The Columbian. (Bloomsburg, Pa.) 1866-1910, October 11, 1878, Image 3

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LACKAWANNA & BLOOM8I1U1U1 HAIL ItOAl)
K0RTII.
Accomraodatlon Train t.tc A.M.
Mall Trait 7.3s A. M
SOUTH.
8.MA.M.
4.49 I'. M
11. A. M
sxpresa Train i.t,; p. t.
OATAWISSA HAIL ItOAD.
NORTH SOUTH
Accommodation Train s,w A. M. T.re P.M.
IteiftU.ir Express 4.r I M. 11.45 A.M.
Thronghrnrsnti Express train cither to New urk
or Philadelphia. Accommodation train r una between
Uatawlssa anil Wllllamsport.
lJnMociiATio Mixtinos Tlie following nn.
nntinri menl of Democratic! meetings nre tuattt
liy tin- Clmlrmnti of tlie t't iinly Committee i
Moii'luy eeeiMiij; October Hiti Montour, tit
Dietterirk's.
Tne'ilny evening Octolier 15ilt, Mt. l'leasitit,
at Miller's.
Weilncfilpy evening, Oclotier lOlli, Kycr'i
0 rovo.
Tliiimlny (-veiling, October 17llt,Orangcvllle.
Friday ctii'k, Octolier 18, Half Way HoiKe.
Saturday evening, October 19lli, Evansvllle.
Able r pcalicn will be In attend ance.
I). I.owkniieiui, Cbalrnian.
HucWwIieat flour nnd turkeys wanted on sub-
Fcriptlon.
In the boat race at Montreal on the 3rd Inst,
Itanlnn beat Courtney by a length and a quar
ter In thirty nix minutes and twenty two seconds.
John I. Mitchell litis been renominated for
Concrete by the Republicans of the sixteenth
district.
Vi'a go to press lh'n week a half day earlier
than usual, to allow our employees to attend the
Fair.
Dr. It. H. Smith lias been nominated for Con'
grcs by the Democrat", and J. 1 Davis by the
(1 reeiibackers, of the sixleenlh Unmet.
The Senatorial Conference adjourned from
Williani'port to Danville, where it met in
WcdncMlay anil Is now in session.
We return thanks to thoe of our subscriber"
who have responded to our notices of subscrip
tion due. There are still many to hcar.from,
A farmsr told us the other day that he would
not be without Dr. Hull's Cough Syrup if it
cost IWe dollars a bottle. It mint be a wonder.
Vul remedy.
Nantlcoke has two school board", ami each
one is attempting to run things their own way.
They have got into the courts now and the dif
ficulty will probably be adjusted.
The fence along the north side of the Court
House Alley is being rebuilt. It has been an
eye sore for a long time, and the improvement
was much needed.
Willnm J. Knorr has been commissioned.
Justice of the l'eace for the lljrough of lierwick
to fill the vacancy caused by the death of John
McAnall, Esq.
Hitsiness men in every civilized country testify
that actual ue during many years proves fair-
banks' Scales to he convenient, accurate and dur
able in the highest degree.
We r quest all mothers to stop using Lauda
num for Ihe Babies, and use Dr. Hull's Il.iby
Syrup, a good medicine. It contains nothing
Trljurious.
Mr. Jacob Smith of New York lly is in town
visiting frifiids He lived 'n llloonisburg fifty
four years ago, and workid in Ihe first printing
office in Columbia county. He is now engaged
in the real estate business.
The Columbia County delegation for the
Wahinittonvill Fair will leave lliickhorn on
' Iminlsy niori irg Oct 17lh at 7 o'clock head
cd by Risewick with the Huckhoni Hind. Every
body is envited to join in this procession.
An unoccupied frame house belongingtoLew
is McAflte on Summer Hill, Ilriar creek town
ship, was burned down un Monday night last,
The building was an old one without in-urance
The loss will not exceed SLUO. I his was the
work of an incendiary.
Poon Smith 1 He left the Republican Parly
and Joined the' Nationals to get an office, and
after a weary struggle conies home with a pen
dent lower lip defeated I and this, too after all
his toil, trouble, nnd of course lavish expemli
lure of money, and then beaten by a Ilcrdic.
Alas poor Yorick 1
We are informed lint there are an unusually
large quantity of strawberries in the fields near
Rear Gap. Mr. P. Thomas alono pltked over
60 quarts. Ho haB presented us a box of fine
ones picked ns late as Saturday. This is cer
tainly remarkably lato to guther strawberries.
Our thanks aredue to him for his kind favor.
There will be a Democratic Mass Meeting at
Benton, Tuesday,' October 22, at two o'clock p.
m. Hon. C. R. Ruckiilew and other prominent
speakers will be present. Let everybody turn
out and have a rousing meeting in f.ivor of lion
est government, honest llionev. Andy Dill and
the whole ticket.
With the recent elections perished the. last
lionoofthe Republicans to rcvcifo thoilem-
ocratic control of tho next Congrei-s. W'itl
a net loss of four and probably six members
in Ohio and Indiana, added to the, loss of nun
in Oregon, one, in Vermont and two in Maine,
with thoHiiglo gain of ono in Colorado to oil-
set tho nemiint. Democratio supremacy In
both tho Senate) and House seems to Le assur
ed oti tho -1th of March next.
LADY IlEAUTIFIEItS.
Ladies, vou cannot make fair skin, rosy
cheeks and snaiklinc eyes with all the cosmet
ics of France, or bcaulifiers of the world, while
in poor health, and nothing will give you euci
good heallh. strenelh and beauty as Hop Hit
ters. A trial is certain proof. See another
column.
The Afhland (O.) IW gives Ihe following
complimentary notice of our former townsman
U. M. Girton !
"That ehgant new hnrniss ncenlly trolled
out by Thomas & Yearick, which attracts tlie no-
linn hfvircFuly.lv wua i It, liv Mr. C M. Clip
ton, of Savannah. He certainly iinder-lands
his Lusiness, for It Untie of Ihe bestj'obs we have
seen in many a ilay."
Ever since Dr. W.M.Ciilesnf-151Sixthavenue,
extended a flank invitation to ihe owners of
lime horses to bring their crjniiio property
round to his place of busings for free treatment,
the corner of Twenll-scventh street ami hixin
avenue has come to ronuble a horse fair. The
Doctor's bold drjiance, which Is thus lliriM upon
thecuiious attention of his neighbors, Is h.vcd
on his earntst belief in his Iodide Ammonia l.xn-
niment, which la now preferred to ull otherB hy
the tliltf stock raisers and poiling men of this
country.
A valuable hoise of Ihe writers was kicked
on the hoik. Swelling and lameiics ensued,
i. I ...... I .,1.1,.. w-
n il v !.., .1 in trv (iila Jamuuiu. ami are K ra
ff iid.,,1 in mv It acied like a charm. About two
inches of bone came away, the sore healed, and
lameness and swelling ure fuel disappearing.
lln.rv Wait) Jietcher, Lyman Abbult, Eli-
tori.
In the Oourt of Common Pleat of Columbia
County.
John O, Frtctt 1
VS. Mnliin In MliJIr irTI
77. . , -1 I. ... I I . . M I
iml wkju Mtumua. j Appeal.
1. Counties are not Munlclnal Cnniritnn
tl.t .1.. .. .. . !. . .
"limn me meaning oi tun Bin section of
the lClh srllcle of the Constitution nor of
Ihe Act of 13th June 1874, providing for
appeals In certain casts,
The inking of prlvalo properly for Ihe pur-
line ot Highways under Ihe general road
laws, Is not by virtue of any privilege in
vested in the counties, hut is nn act (if pow
er on Ihepartof tlicSiate.excrcisedlhtough
Itsjudlclary.
3. No nppeillies to llie Court of Common l'leis
Irani assc"tnents of ilsmnges caused hv Ihe
laying nut of public roads hy proceedings
in tlii (Jusrler Se-sions.
OPINION 11 Y KMVI'IX, p. J,
In pursuance of an order Issued out of the
Court of Quarter Sessioniof thlscounty, tho
viewers to whom it was directed reported
that they had viewed and laid out for public
us a road from a point on a public road
near George Z'lgler's in Scott township to a
point on tho Mt. Pleasant road iti Illooms
burg that the road bo laid passes over the
mproved lands of the plalntifl and that they
had assessed his damages at the sum of one
hundred and eighty dollars.
Within the tlmo limited in, and in man
ncr and form as provided by the Act of 13
Juno 1871, Pamph, Liws 288 an appeal was
taken by the plaintiff and duly entered upon
the record ot tlie Court of Common Pleas.
On motion of Counsel for the County, a
rule wns granted to show cause why this n
peal all ill not bo stricken off. Tho questions
raised by this rule by consent of counsel
were submitted to the Court without argil
incut.
The Act of 1871 was passsd for tho pur-
purpose of carrying into effect the 8tli sec
tion of the 10th Article of .the Constitution
and in its firtit section provides as follows
"In all cases of damages assessed against any
municipal or other corporation or iudivldu
ai or individuals, invested with the privi
ege of taking private property for public use,
for properly taken, injured or destroyed by
the construction or enlargement of thel
works, highways or improvements whether
uch assessments shall have been made by
viewers or otherwise than upon a trial in
Court, and an appeal is'.not provided for or
regulated by existing laws, an appeal may
be taken by either party to the Court
Common Pleas of the proper county within
thirty days from the ascertainment of the
hiniagcs or the filing of a report thereof in
Court pursuant to any general or special
.Vet, and not afterwards,"
Under the general road laws of the State
counties are required to pay damages caused
by the laying out and opening of road
through improved lands.
The questions which are presented in con
struing the section of the Constitution above
mentioned and the act of 1871 are, whether
the term municipal corporations was intcn
ded to embrace counties, and in this wheth
er the authority to lay out roads, conferred
by law upon the Courts of Quarter Sessions
cm bo properly held to be an investiture of
the county with the power or privilego o
taking private property for public use,
The term municipal, originally mgiiifyin
a free town or city, is now generally appliei:
to incorporate ddistricts, having charters
granted by the legislature, or which hav
been erected into a borough by a decree of
the Courts under general laws enacted for
that purpose.
The primary and fundamental idea of
municipal corporation is an agency to regu
late and administer the internal concerns o
i locality in matters peculiar to the place
incorporated, and not common to the state
or people at large.
In his excellent treatise on Municipal
Corporations Judge Dillon in volume 1 pa
91 says: "Corporations intended to assist
in the coudttct of local government are som
times styled political and sometime public,
sometimes ciVtV and sometimes municipal,
and certain kinds of them with very
restricted powers quasi corporations
nil these bv way of distinction fron
private corporations. All corporations i
tended as agencies in the administration
civil government, are public, as distinguish
ed from private corporations. Thus an in
corporated school or county as well as city
is a public corporation ; hut the school ills
trict or county, proprly speaking, is not
while the city is a municipal corporation.
In the case of Hamilton County vs. align
els 7 Ohio St. Rep. 109, the distinction be
tween municipal corporations proper, such
as chartered towns or cities and involuntary
quasi corporations such as counties is th
pointed out by Hnnkerholl .1. in delivering
the judgment of the Supreme Court. "M
nicipal corporations proper" he observes,
are called intoexistence either at tucelireci
solicitation or by tho free consent of tl
persons composing them for the promotion
their own local and private advantage
and convenience. On the other nan
Counties are at most but local organization
which for tho purpose of civil adtnlstratioti
are invested with a few functions character
istic of a corporate existence. I hey are I
:al subdivisions of a state.created by the sov
ereign powerof tho state of its ownsovercig
will without tho particular solicitation, con
sent or concurrent action of Ihe people w
inhabit them. The former (municipal) or
ganization is asked for,or at least assented
hy the people it embraces ; the latter organ
izjtion. (counties) is superimposed hy a sov
ereign and paramount authority."
,V Mimiciiml corporation proper, is created
mainly for the intcrest.advantage and eoiive-
nienee of the locality and Its peopio ; a
. i-..!.... .....niu.l ul..i.e ovr-lit.
county orgatiii.uiou n ncs'i
sively with a view to the policy ot the
-late at large, for purposes of political or
ganization and civil administration In mat
ters of finance and tho general administra
tion of justice. With scarcely an exception
all the powers and functions of llin county
organization, have a direct and exclusive
reference to the general policy ot the state
and are'.iu fact but a branch of the general
administration of that policy."
Comities aro therefore purely auxiliaries
of the state ; ami to the general statutes of
the state they owe their creation, and the
statutes confer upon them all the powers
ibev possess, prescribe all the duties
they owe and imposo all the liabilities to
which they are subject. Considered with
respect to the limited number of their cor
porate powers, they aie most frequently
termed piasi corporation to distinguish
them from municipal corporations proper,
Tlie statute of 18.'H, Digest 295, does not
declare counties to be corporations; It mere
y confers certain powers to be exercised as
a corporate body. It confers no authority
to make by laws or rules or regulations for
the government or convenience- of the peo
people, and clearly was not Intended to ill
vest them with the powers and privileges
uuiverally,inveted in incorporated districts
bucIi as cities and boroughs.
In McCoy vs. Washington county 3 Phil.
Rep. 232 Mr. Juktice Griersaldof the defen
dant that it was "a municipal corporation
and uot a private uno." The remark was un
necessary for the case as the authority to
create the debt in full was conferred by Act
of Abseuibly and uot by any Inherent au
lUb COLUMBIAN AND
thority as ft municipal corporation.
in uommonwialth vs. Morr sv C Weeklv
Notes 72 It was held that a school tn-,iir.r
is a municipal officer within thn meant ncf tit
tho Act of 18G0 which makes It a misde
meanor for any state, counly, township or
municipal ollicer to convert In his use the
fuuds entrusted to him for sufa keenlinr. In
lelivcrlng the opinion of the, Court Mr. Jus-
tlc Woodward said the character of counties
nnd townships ns municipal corporations
as hxcil by Act of Assembly. Rut I do not
iiderstand him to mean by this anything
moro than that they can exercise certain lim
ited powers as If they wero a corporation.
it appears lo ino that the exact status of
counties was stated by Mr. Justice Geo. W.
Woodward In Klltanlng Academy vs.
Jlrowii, f Wright 272., lie says. "If counties
were municipal corporations they would have
the power of regulating i' eir internal police
by what tho old Romans caalled leges munici-
tatcs. Hut thev lack the lee slat ve facultv
lid so nre not strictly corporations, still they
are tjuasi corporations. They can perform
many of the functions of municipalities.
hey can sue and he sui'd, cm purchase,
nidi and alien lands, can appiltit agents
execute their will, but because they
cannot legislate, everything don-j by the
ouiity must be authorized by the lcgislatUo
power of the State.
In speaking of school districts, the same
learned Judge said in Whecler vs. School I)i'
rectors, G Wright3C3. "They belong to that
class of yuan corporations to which townships
and counties belong." To the same effect and
nearly in the same language Is tho opinion
of Mr. Jutlce Meicur in delivering the
opinion of the Supreme Court in Comtli. vs.
ileatnisli 3 Weekly Notes 111. In other
States Ihe same view is takcu,as will be seen
by numerous cases by reference to 3 U. S.
Digest 010.
I am therefore of opinion that nlhough
counties may exercise certain limited and
lefined powers as if they were corporations.
they are not municipal corporations within
the meaning of tho section of the constitu
tion, and of the Act of Assembly under con
ideration.
Hut if they are municipal corporations,
they are not within tho provisions of the
statute for the reason that they are not in
vested with the privilege ot taking private
iropcrty for public use for highways
From the commencement of proceedings
to lay out a public road, to its being fina lly
confirmed and opened for use, and from
thence through all time, a county lias noth
m whatever to do with It, except to pay
lamages and expenses in compliance with a
general law of the state.
The takirg is by the state by right of em
inent domain, in the manner provided by iti
laws, through the agency of its judiciary. It
las alwajs been the policy of the state to
make provision for necessary highways fo:
all its citizens ; and to that end, in grants
of its lands there was added six per cent, for
roads and the Courts of tho state were cloth
ed with authority to appoint viewers and to
establish roads. This may he done withou
the consent or even against the protest of
the county officials. They are invested with
no power, authority or privilege pertaining
to the matter.;
The expense of opening and repairing
roads is to be borne by the township
which they are located after being estab
lished they are held to be township and not
county roads. The decisions of the Courts
aro to tho ellect that they aro their (th
townships) roads. Dean vs. New Mill'ord
township B W. it S, 047. Alcorn vs. City o
Philadelphia 8 Wright 351 and they and
uot the county are liable lor damages caused
by neglect to keep them in repair.
I am of opinio, i therefore that no appeal
allowed or provided for by the Act of 1 SI
from an assessment ol damages returned by
viewers appointed by tho Court of Quarte
Sessions to lay out a public mail.
The framersof the Constitution and the
legislature) which passed the act clearly did
not intend to flood the Courts with the
amount of litigation aim expense wliteli
would be sure to happen and bo incurred if
an appeal might be laken.and a trial by jury
had, m every ease of ilant-iges assessed or re
fused hy viewers. I have had no dilliculty
in reaching this conclusion, hut the import
ance of the question seemed to demand that
the reasons which led to it should bi placed
upon record.
And now October 5, 1878. Rule made abso
lute and Appeal stricken oil
VM. KLWKLL, P. J.
. LINDSEY'S BLOOD SEARCHER.
, Tvtlr'r Srn.rillH. I U-rlN. Itull. 1'lUll
S ki.,1a1I lll.MMldl.K.ei IK-I.l loits wonder- S
tut oi-r. l-uicltltMMli-ltiogiiaraiitrc
of )i-tltll. Krali ' Il cured atf nn of KpuT.
flu, eliil-l of I r,,l,i." irn. U Sm.lli , I u-1
inn. I' I nrt il. H. . m,
I rofi'i. rlt.t,irih, 1 1. Suli tjr Xfpul on.
upr 19. '7S-IV
eo w 3
N'OTUIVd SllOKT OF UKXlSTAKlllI.il llENElirS
Conferred upon tens of thousands of uurerers could
originate nnd maintain the reputation Mhtch Ajer's
Suparllla enjojs. it Is a compound of tho beat
U'Jmablo altcrallH's, Ulb tho Iodides of 1'olasMum
and Iron, and Is (be most cuVetuQl of all remedies
for Sciufulous, inrrcmlal, or blood disorders. Uni
formly tuceesful and certain In Its remedial effects,
It pioduce-s rapid and complete cures ot Scrofula,
Sores, Polls, Humors, Pimples, Erup'lons, Skin Dis
eases and all disorders arising nom impurity of the
blood. Hy lis luvlgorntln e fleets It always relieves
and otto n cures I-lier complaints, Female Weak-
nessos;.uid Irregularities, and Isapotcnt reneueruf
Mtallt). Kor purlfjlns the blood It lias no equal.
It tones up the sj stem, itstores and preserves the
heallh, nnd Imparts vigor and energy. Fur forty
yi-urs It has been In extensive use, and Is to-day the
available medicine fur tho buffering tick, any where.
roKSAte hy ail Dealers.
no 3,
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milNISTKATOU'S XOTJCK.
FtVTATB OK JOHN VT liFISHI.lNH, tCKAXI).
l.ctitTHof Admliihtrntlun on the i-Mato of John W
Ht'ishlliio. lata of n-iltluireriHic twn. roluinbtaca
it'L'i-UT or sum touniy 10 ino unerMLrtit'U Atimin.
Ntmtors. All utThons lmiln clalmn nirainst
thy tht:i1oof thn Um-tlPiit Mt rt-qUfMnl to jirwent
tute to liiltKo puMneut to tno tintlerMt'nrd AdiuJul
tratora wilhout de-lay,
HAltMl K M'HHUNF,
IIKNJa.MIN (' MKss,
ftUff, 80, 'l-uflw- .Mlrnlnlstr ion.
GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES
Wo will sell tho Very Best Tamily
sowing; macmnc
For Twenty-Five Dollars
i. :.sn,
on an ornamented Iron Stand and Treadle, with
walnut top and drawer, and ni ceasary Attachments
and deliver it at any Italiroad Depot In thu United
e lives,
Frco of Chiuge.
These maehlneajare warranted in do the whole
line ot Family hew Ing 1th more rapldlly.more easo
of manage luent, and les lallgue to tno operator
titan eny maehlne now In use. bend fur a circular,
bvery luoehlne urrauled fur three J ears.
Agents wanted in Uncccupiod Territory,
Centennial Macliino Co., Liimtcd
IS FILOEBT ST., rulUAKKU UIA, 1'
Oct. 4, 7S-6U1.
DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY,
THE OR.BEMIUCK SENATORIAL COKFERBNCB.
This liody concluded their labors at Dunvlll'
on Tuesday night by nominating Peter ltordlc's
nephew. As there were $2,000 flosUng stout,
It was decided to vole by Secret ballot I Ltromlne
we are assured did vote for Hendle, so Ihst ll
vole must have come from Columbia Counly.
Was fc!mlth old out, or did he well at any rale
our Democratic Greenback friends have note the
evidence that they are the rats-paws to draw out
lata
Cameron chestnuts, and ihey are call.-d upon to
id IheRcpiibltrar.s In sending a life-long Cam-
rnn Jtepiiblican to the senate to sicure Don
Cameron's reelection I" the U, 8. Senate, It Is
so remarkable how gleeful the Republicans are
about Ihe result, and of course will endorse Her-
T lit I r motto Is "Any thing to beat the Dem
ocrats ',
Deaths.
HUTTOlJ.-ln Tralrlevllle, ill., on the lth"ult
Elizabeth llutton, wife ot John Mutton toriiwlr of
Beott township, Columbia eviuty, Pennsylvania,
aged so j ears, months and as da) s.
Business iSotices
A Trade Dollar will still bur a dollar's
worth of C.othlng at 1). Lowenberg's.
Parties wanting to get clear ot Trade Dol
lars can got full valuu In clothing for them
at 1). Lowenberg's.
WF.3TWARD HOI WF.STWARD 110
Parties cninir West will find it to their
advantage to purchase their outfits of cloth-
ing, trunks, bags anti satchels cheaper than
ever at D. Lowenuerg s.
Fall stvles of Worsted Coatlng-Knellsh
cuttings just received at 1). Lowenberg s.
Tho latest Novelty in Hats. Call and
see Tun Russian Hat just received at I),
lowcuuerg a.
FALL HATS iust received for Jlen.
Hoys aim Uhlluren at l.oweiiberg '
l'ockct books in lariro variety at Clark's
Hook More.
Tho disvlay of Jewelry. Silverware Watch
es Clocks &c., at 1'. S. Hates' is said by all to
he tho choicest to bo seen in Hlooinsbure.lle-
pairing is done by him in tho best manner and
at the lowest po&sible rates.
Kine's Combination Specks are tho bestand
can be had at Llark s liook store.
At the request of many friends I have consen
ted to allow ray name to be used as an independ
ent candidate for County Cnninis'ioner, and I
solicit the suffrages of my friends.
Frances Lvans.
Briarcrtek, October 1st, 1878.
If voti have anv thine in tho shftio of. Tow-
clry, Silverware. Clocks or Watches that
needs renairine. urine it a one when you come
to tho the Fair next week and cct it repaired
by I . b. Hales, who does Mich work at tho low
est rates, and insures it to give sattflaotion,
Trade dollars taken for 100 cents at
W. J. McKinnev's.
Wall paper and Window Shades at O. A.
Ulark s. 1'rices reduced.
Good hleached or unbleached Muslin yard
wido for C cents a yard and Coats' or Clark's
Hnoal Cotton o cents a bpooi at i.uiz
Sloan's.
Pens. Pancr. Ink. Slates. Pencils, and every
thine needed hv School children at Clark's
JSook store.
,
The larecat stock of Pocket Books in the
County at Clark s IJook btore.
P. S.Ilates makes a Specialty of repairing
Watches, Clocks Jewelry, Silverware, or any
thine else in his line of business. He always
insures a firi-t class job, and is prompt witli
Ins work.
The French Crvi-tal Sni-ck for two dollars.
Tho bcit Amciican Spcefc for ouo dollar, tlie
Cheapest speck only twenty live cents all, lor
tale at Clark s
Speck's tor 2c.en.ts at Clark's.
Lutz & Sloan aro selling a good Water-
prool lor WJ cents a yard.
School Bags and Straps, the cheapest made
to tie had at mark s lioog atore.
Lutz & Sloan sell children's Plaid Sash
Ribbons for 8 cents a yard.
Now in. 30 Ladies' Ileadv-madeCoats from
$5.00 to $20.00 at Olark & Wolfs.
A very lareo assortment ofScrap Pictures
at Clark's Hook Store.
Ladies and Gents'
Underwear at Clark it
Wolfs.
Albums for Ferns and
Autumn leaves at
Claik's.
Illnck and colored Cashmeres in, with a
great variety of oilier Dress Goods at 7 cents
ttnel upward at Clark & Wolf s.
Quarter ream of cood note tiaDcr for
thirty live cents at Clark s Iiook Store.
DOBBIN'S fiLifcTUIC SOAP.
Having obtained tlie agency of this
ClXEIlRATEI) SoAI
for Itloomsburc and viciuitv. I append the
opinion of some of our best people as to its
merits.
"I have ued Dobbin's Electric Soap made
by I. L. Cragin it Co., Philadelphia, Fa.,
tor wasliirit; about ten years, anil tlnnlc It
superior to any other. Mrs. C. G. Barkley."
"We have used Dobbin's ElectricBoau and
find it superior to any other or alt others.
Jiirs. w. u. Jacuoy,
Mrs. 11. H. Stohner.
I desire all my friends and customers to
Give this Soap one Trial,
bo that they may know ju-t how good tho
lieslboap in the uuilcel states is.
J. H. Maizh.
july 12, 78-ly Bloomsburg, Fa.
Boots and yhocs cheap at McKior.ey's.
Cramiiton's 1'alm Soap is the best laun
dry soap in this or any other market. For
sale by Jacob II. Maize. may 18-3w
McKintievs Shoe Btore below Court
House,
TryTt Buy it
Palm Palm Palm Soap
At Jacob II. Maize's at Jacob II. Maize's.
may 3-18w
Rubbers atMcKiunev's.
CrainDtnn Brother's Palm koan at Jacob
ll. lMiur.e s. it is the t,est. iry it.
may 8-18w
Admission free at McKinuey's.
I.tit7. fi Sloan have a large line of corsets
Irotu z: cents up.
Cull at McKinuey's lor Shoes.
Don't fall tn look ut Clark A. Wolfs stock
floods.
Boot hcadejuarters at McKlnney's.
Yon can iret an ull Wool Shawl ladles'
size at I.ulztV Sloau's for 11.35.
ADMINISTRATOR' BALE
OF VALUAIILB
REAL ESTATE !
Tho undersigned Administrator of Preserve Con
ner late ot Benton township, deceased, wUl expose
to sale on tho premises the folnw Ing described rea
tbtaUi tltuate In Uenton township, Columbia eoun
ty on
Saturday, October 19th, 1878,
at to o'clock, a. m. t Hounded on the north by Unds
of penntson cole, on the east by Emanuel Laubaeh,
on the south by lands of Dr. I, K. Patterson and on
the west by lands of Sabrlna Mcllenry and Mathtas
Conner, containing
riprv ACUE8
HBxaor HALS. Ten per cent of tho one-fourth
of the purchase money to be paid at the striking
down of the property; the one-fourth less the ten
per cent, at the continuation of sale ; and the re
maining tbree-fourlus tn ono 5 ear thereafter, with
tntcrsst from confirmation nlal.
ELI JONKS,
W, J. HUCKALKW, Administrator.
Attorney for Estate.
BLANK 'C'T j-r-.wltl, orwithtniMinptlai
it" 4ie th oaitriiui otrm.
A UDITOR8 NOTICE,
matter of the eicentlrm tn ths tumunt bt
ii. ueuer, jtxecuur oi ivnn Micuaci, ae
ceasctl. The undersigned, appointed Auditor by thn Court
onesceptlons to tie above arcounl wpl sit at his
omen In Illoomsburg on Hstnrdit, November Ind,
lsis at ten o'eloclc a. m , for thn purpose of his ap
pointment, when and where all t ersons Interested
inajr aiiena il mey aoe propr.
I . IU1.UHI l rue,
oet. 4, lw Auditor.
EXECUTOR'S SALE
OF VALUAI1LK
Real Estate!
Tlie undersigned ptecutornf Inn estAte nf ( hrls.
tlAn Wolf. IfltH of Mtmiln htwnsliln. e.'oltllnbla ennn.
ty. rcnnslvanla, de-ceased, will exposo to public
sum uii iiiu premises un
Saturday, November 9, 1878,
at ten o'clock a. m., the followliiff clAcrlbed r?M es-
iftifl Miti run in prua lownsnin or Minim on wnicn a.
; cC'lfnt resided, bounded and rtfwrlbfd m folio wn :
tmtheesva tho town of MimiDTllle. on tho Houth
hy lftnd of Willi wn Drown, deceased and Maria Wolf,
on i no weni ov lftna or Nana vvor ana h am
Hrown, and en tho north hy the .Susquehanna
I river, containing
7a A jtvAM fnA IRn PavNAa
strict measure, raoro or loss, all Improved land,
through wbl;h the North & West Branch Hal joad
paswH wiin n if ui oi war, on wmcn are erected a
Rrlck Dwelling Hoiitte,
a Kramo Hank Barn, Wagon Shed and Carriage
iiuii'M. wiin oilier ouir-uunuinri nnaoD wmcn in a
neTcr-ianiDff wcu ox waur ano a uooo ArrLB ukch
AHU.
Also, one other niece or land In the same townshlo
bounded on the north by land of lianlel A, Hess, on
tho cast br William Itruwn and Maria Woif. and on
me souin ana west dj stepnen uearnan, containing
50 Acres and 113 Perches,
Btrtct measure.more or less, about 23 acres of whlcn
is civarca and balance well timbered. There la
never railing aprtng of water on this tract.
TKKMttOKKil.lt. 13.000 fntrfi rtfitil nn thn fttHV1nr
down ot the property, ono Uitu of purchase money
to be paid at the decease of the widow of decedent,
Interest a her annually, and balance to be paid In
t.iiiiu viuui uuuuu jiuj uivuto, uittrri'bi. iruin April l,
TsT. 11. ntlKAKV.
oct.S.l&TS Kxecuior,
ADMINISTRATORS' SALE
OK VA1.UAULE
REAL ESTATE !
Andrew I.nubach and ItaelicI A. Ilcas, Administra
tors. Ac., of Alexander Hess, lato of Suearloaf town
ship, deceased, will exposo to publlo sale on the
premises on
Tuesday, October 22d, l.c78,
at 2 o'clock p. m., tha followlne described property,
to-wlt i
No. 3. Tho undivided one-halt of a certain tract
ot laDd sltuato tn Sugarloat township, Columbia
county, rennsylvaula, bounded by lands ot Alexan
der ani Joshua Hess andother lands ot decedent
containing
THIRTY-EIGHT ACHES
and ono hundred and thlrty-eleht perches and al
lowance of land, tho samo being unimproved land,
So. 2. Tha undivided one-half of a certain tract
of land, situate in Sugarloat township, Columbia
county, Pennsylvania, containing
skve.v rv-Tiiiii;i: Acnr.s,
described as folio ivs : Adjoining lands ot the betrs
of Joshua savage on the south, land of tract No. 3,
on tho east, Ian of John Kantz and Dirts on
tho wcst, and lands of Cral : tc Illanchard on tho
north, tho same being timber land.
TKIIM3 0P SAI.K. Ten percent of one-fourtb ot
the purchase money to bo paid at tha striking down
of tho property, tho one-fourth loss tho ten pjr cent,
at tho confirmation of sale, and tho romalnlng three
fourths In one year thereafter with Interest jfrom
confirmation ntst,
ANIlItBWI.AtnUClT,
RACHEL A. HESS,'
oct. 1, Ts-ts Administrators,
PUBLIC SALE
OF
Town F roperty !
The following described proporty sltuato on Iron
Street tn the Town of Bloomsburg will bo exposed
to public sale at one o'clock p. m. on
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1878,
Hounded on tho west by Iron street, on tho north
by lot of John Hooper, on tho oast by an alley and
on tho south by lot ot Mrs. Mary Clayton, on which
are erected a two-story
Frame Dwclllnp; House,
on Iron street, and a dwelling house In tho rear on
alley, Ihe samo being feet front and deep.
Terms made known on day et sale.
MARY BVANS.
oct. , Ts-ta
PUOVCKBS.
PIIOVERBS.
For Etnktmr snells.
5O0 will bo raid for
tits, dizziness. Dalnlta-
a ease mni iiup iiiiiers
ilon and low spirits, re-
win uot. cure or ueip.
y un iiup 1111 eers.'
Hop 'Hitters builds
"Read of. rrocuro and
un. strengthens and
use of Hop Hitters, and
cures continually from
vou will bo strong,heal
thy and happy,"
inc nrst aose."
Fair skin rosv cheeks.
Ladles, do you want
and the sweetest breath
in Hop Hitters."
to bo btrong, health)
ind beautiful ; Then
ise Hop Hitters."
"Kidney and Urinary
omnlalnta ot all kinds
'The irreatest aDDetl,
permanently cured by
Hop Ultters."
ler. stomach, blood and
uver regulator -not
Hitters."
'Sour stomach, stck
headache and dizziness,
"Clercymcn. lawyers,
nop Ultters cures with
Editors. Hankers aud
1 lew aoses.
Ijulles.necd Hop llltterH
laiiy;
Take Hod Hitters 1
threo times a day audi
k-mi wlllliaVHnn dnetor I
"Hop mttera has re-!
stored to sobriety and
01113 to pay."
iliealth. perfect wrecks!
from Intemperance."
I OII 81I.S BV
kfOTBK BUOTniKS.
At Private Sale,
A KAIiM CONTAINING ABOUT
109 ACBBS,
mostly cleared, and whereon are erected a
LARGE I1RICK DWELLING HOUSE,
a Frame Bank Barn. Waeon Shed, and other out
building a well of soft water at the house and ono
at tho barn. 1 hero are also a large number of Ap
ple, reach and cherry Trees and a good
IKON-STONE STONE QUAItHV,
ALSO,
A LOT OP GROUND
at tho corner of Third and Centre streets, betnsr ono
hundred and thlrty.two feet on Third street and to
hundred and fourteen and one-half feet on Centre,
nuereun are ercciea a
Large lirlck Dwelling Uoune,
with Hts h hkatinq Afi'akatvs, and In thorough
repair. HaMnga Well, Cistern, tee-house, Cuollng
fluuse and all cumentence-s.
Butli tltuato within tha limits of tho Town of
Illoomsburg. and offered to be sold on easy and rea
sonable terms.
JOHN 0. KHEEZK,
DlJJOMeBl'l.O,
1'enn'a.
aug. 23d, '7S-sm
UDITOR'S NOTICE.
In tlie matter of tho assignment of Abraham Miller
in trust iur mo uenent or ms creditors.
Tho undersigned auditor, appointed by tho Court
'ti euujuiuu i ieuaui vuiuuium evuniy euuiairiuuiu
the fund In the hands of tho assignee, will meet tho
parties Interested ut the office, uf M. K. Jackson
hon, lu llervtlck, on Thursday, October II, ISIS, at 10
o'clock a. m., when and where all persons Interested
luc rriiue'bicu lu w Iireseuk u uiey tuiua proper.
O. K. BUCKALBW.
Sept 37, '18-1 w
IAST KAY.
Auditor.
Came to tho prmlses of the undersigned in Mount
Pleasant township, coumbla county on or about the
Ulh djy of bepteiuber, 1STS, u red eow with white
legs, white lace and white streak over Ihe back,
frum 'u to 14 leurs old.loni; horns turnlnir back over
the head, ilia owner la hereby nollhed t6 prove
pruperty, pay charges and take the same away w llh
In slity ilujs, or she will be disposed uf according to
law
sep. 20, "78-iw W. V. W1IITK.
SHERIFFS SALE
By virtue of a writ of Venditioni Exponas, issued
out of the Court of Common Bleas ot Columbia
county, and to me directed, will bo exposed to pub
Us sale or out-c ry, on
SATURDAY, OCTOI1EU 26tli, 1878,
at ono o'clock p, in., at tlie Court House In; Blooms-
bur.
All that certain lot of ground situate In Locust
tewnshlp, Columbia county, i'tlinsjhaiila, bounded
on the north by land of Itutb Ann liable and, SoL
Lcvan, on the east by William Lee and Samuel
Itelubuld, on the Bouth by Wesley Brass, on the west
by publt.1 road, containing forty acres, on which are
erected a dwelling house, barn and out-butldlngs.
ALSO,
All that certain lot of ground sltuato tn Locust
township, county and state aforesaid, bounded on
the west by land ot it. tiorreu, on the south by Jon
athan Beaver and George Bryer,on tho east by John
Kline, on tho north by Joseph Beaver, Sr , adminis
trator of William Bleber, deceased, containing ten
acres.
Seized, taken into execution at the suit of Beac-
iltle ltttodes against David Tyson and William Ty,
son and to be sold as tho property of David Tyson
and William Tjton.
Asuorr i Uhawk, Attorneys.
J
A viuia uuu uu uu ui wio.
JOHN W, UOFFMAN,
sep. 97, ns-U (Sheriff,
BLOOM SB URG STATE NORMAL SCHOOL
SIXTH NOltMAL SCHOOL DISTRICT.
Bloomsburg, Columbia County, Pennsylvania.
Rev. D. J. WALLERTjrTA. M., Principal.
THIS SCHOOL, as at present constituted, ofte-rs the Terr best facilities for I-rofessional and Classical le,rnlotr.
rS?SS ' "vlt"ir na commodious i completely Heated by steam, well ventilated, lljhted by jas, anS furnished wltli a bounUful supply ot pure.aort
kS11,011 hijiV.,i'L,.-1ui't SSf' ,TolV;here experienced, cmclent, and altye to their work. Discipline, firm but kind, uniform and thoroueli. Expense
CoSaol TtuoT rTbed by the nilii ?! "P0"'" 10 Students admitted at any time. Uooms reserved when desired. looroulru-
I. Model Bchool. II. l'retuirntory. III. Elementary. IV, Classical.
Adjunct curses : 1 Acniemic. li.iximmercial. ill. Uourse in Music IV. Course In Art.
The Elementary, Scientific and Classical Courses aro I'tiriffrwiiiiMit 0,e m... ., .
(rent
ana
promLses
Catalogue, address the
the 1'rliiclpal.
.11 l:l, Will. 1., I'renlile-nt
ItlN. WII.I.IA
llonrt!
bept. S, .
SSIONEE'S SALE
KJf VAL.UAUl.tt
REAL ESTATE I
Vurau&nt to an order of thn f!ourt of Con.mnn
rican ot L'olutntta county will bo sold on
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1878,
at 10 o'clock ft. m.. br M. O Iluzhes. ftffltirnpfl In lni,t
tor tho benefit of the creditor of lfllo Brothers
( mo9 into and M Inner I!ile).ttifj following deserlbetl
rea. esinio, biiuaio in mo town cr ua!awiS8a,on
Houth Rtreet, bounded as followni on the east by
lands of John GtLfer, west by lands of Mm. K. Clark,
on tho north br Iandi of Dr. J. Kobblni. and on tho
aouth by bouth street, whereon la erected a
FRAME DWELLING HOUSE.
Tlie said property Is located In a very deslrablo
art of t'atuwlnia, the house is large and convenient,
'hero nru a cistern and other conveniences on tho
lot, together with all neceftsary outbuildings. The
uuiiumi' in new.
TKKMS OK SALK. Ten per cent, of one-fourth of
thepurchaw money to bo paid at tho atrtktng down
ot the property ; tho one-fourth leas the ten per cent
at tho continuation of Bale, and tho remaining three
fourths In ouo year thereafter, witu Interest from
continuation nUl.
M. O. HUGHES,
Abbott & HnAwvt Afealgneo of Illlo Uros.
Attorneys, Bept w, ts-u
PUBLIC SALE
OF VALUABLE
REAL ESTATE !
The undorslgned, appointed Assignee for tho ben
efit ot tho creditors ot tVm. Schuyler, will sell at pub
lic sale on the premises, on
Saturday, October 19th, 1878,
at 10 o'clock a. m., all that certain
LOT OF GROUND
situate In the town of Oraagemle, county of Colum
bia, and State ot rennsylTanla,bounded on tho north
by lot ot Low and Savage, south by D. K. Sloan, on
the east by Mill street, and on tho west by Darld
Herring, containing one-fourth of an acre, more or
loss, whereon Is erected a two story
FRAME DWELLING HOUSE,
and other out-bulldlngs. Thero Is an excellent won
of water on the premises convenient to tho kitchen
door.
TKHMS OF SALE. Twenty-five per cent, to be
paid at tho striking down of property! twenty-nvo
per cent. January 1st, 1579, and tho balance April
1st, I8?v, when deed will be delivered and possess
Ion will be given.
W. II. SMITH,
Asstgnco of Wra. Schuyler,
Sept. ao, fs-ts.
EXCELSIOR DYE WORKS
LEWISBURGi PA.
WJf. DAVIS, Proprietor.
VLss. V. Derrlcksnn, Notion and Fancy btore,
Bloomsburg, Agent.
ALL KINDS OP OKNT8 OARMItNTS CLEAN BD
DVBI1 ANI) I'KKSSBD WITHOUT HIl'I'INO AND
MADE TO LOOK ALMOST KlUAL TO NEW,
LADIES SHAWLS, CLOAKS, D1ESSES, SILES
OS EIBBONS CLEANSED OB D7ED AUD
FINISHED IK THE BEST HANNE2.
Kill i LOVES CI.KANMII).
Koatbers Dyed and Curled In a splendid manner.
bfK-clal attei.tton to wholesale goods.
Prices reduced to suit tho times.
Sept. 20, 'JS-5m.
1 fl nnfi ahhnts wantkii. only those
IviUUU who mean business and desire to
make from S2 to 81.1 per day need apply. Hcndl
cent stamp for particulars
. fs. -i. in i it,
Milton, Northumberland Co., 1'a,
ASK FOR THE
Williamsport Hand-Mafle Boots,
MANUFACTURED BV
J. E. DAYTON & CO.,
N. B. All coods of their innke
arc stamped on the bottom.
tsept, 2t, TS 3m
THE GREAT ENGI.IrfH REMEDY I
GRAY'S SPE0IFI0 MEDICINE
fRADE MAHK laispcolally rt'Com-TRADE MARK.
Ult'UUt'U U3 mi uu
lalltnif cure furwm
iLial weakue&a.hper
matorrhea, Impo
tt'Dcy, and all dla-
K'3, BUCUaS lAfHH ot
memnry, L'nUenal
Iihitude, Pain Id
Before After Takine.
many other diseases that lead to InRanlty.Consumn
tlouanda rrematuro time, ail of which ns a rule
are first caused by deviating frum the path ot nature
una uveT lllU'lige'iiee. iuo rmu cu.v.v .uv
result or a life study and many jears ot experience
In treating these su-clal dUeasea.
KUIl pariicuiars in uur i,i.un.u.f.a,M.u "u
tn iiti,! fr..j. hv mall to every one.
The sm-cino Mectldne U sold by all Druggists at tl
per pack ige, or six packages for an, or n ill be sent
by matiou receipt ui ene muury huh hiuk
THE OI1AT MEDICINE Cel.,
No. 10, Mechanic's Block, Detroit, Mich.
Sold In Bloomsburg by c. A. Klilrr, and by all
Druggists ever)Whtrii.
Harris Elng, v holcsals Agents, lttuburg.
aept. , Jt-u
Imnortant to Lawyers.
Justices of the Pence, Constables, Executors, Ad
mlnbitralors, liuardian, Township onicers, and busl
uess men generally.
We hae nn hand a large assortment of legal
blanks for the use of ttur neys, Justleca and Con
stablo's blanks of all kinds, Nolo and Ilecelpt books
ror Aominisirauirs c.
1'ItJOK LIST.
TTOIINBY'S 'BLANKS.
Ireclpe for Summons.
" " Kl. t'a.
" " Itulo to take Depositions.
' " ' chouse Arbitrators,
t cents apiece, or (1.73 per hundred.
retltlon for Appointment of (luardtan.
" ' Citation
lluleto take lienisitlons.
Narr In Debt, 1th Cuntesslon,
" " Assumpsit.
Meeiuiulcs lien.
4 cents each or M.M per hundred.
I'etlUoa for salei of Ileal Estate s cents each.
JUSTICE'S BLANKS.
Subpccnas, bummons, Warrants, Kxccutlont, to fo
Le'astts
fi cents each
lllu Deeds
l'arclunent Deeds H,
Agreements
orphau's Court Sales
Constable's sales
Mortgage and Bond .......
All kinds of Notes -.
10
is " "
4 .1
to for 11 &0
s cents each
is '
lteu'lpts. Notes, School Orders, loor Orders, Store
Orders, neatly bound, constantly on band, or made
tu uruirr uu suuri uuiiou.
Weaie prepared lu do neater Job work than any
UWvl UUll IU WU lAJaillT.
B1IOCKWY J; K )III,
Editors and IToprletors
of the CoLi'asiAH,
Bloomsburg, i
T EOAL DLANKS OF ALL KINDS
J ON HAND AT TUB COLUMBIAN OITiOl
JGZMS
4
PA.
aid In developing their powers, and abundant opportunities for well paid labor alter leav Ing School, ror
of Truster,,'
ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE
REAL ESTATE!
Tho undersigned Administrator of JohnBctshl ne,
lato ot Benton township, deceased, wtUriposu to
public sale on the premises on
SATURDAY, OOrOHEU 6th, 1878,
at ten oo'loclc, a. m.,the following tT or OIIOUNt)
In Benton townhtp bounded on ths aorth lands
of Joseph Ash, farnuel Yost and Dan elghaltr,rn the
oast by land-i of Wtlltam Iphor.on tho soutle by lands
ot Jonas Doty, Hiram Depoe and John Karris, on the
west by lands of Hussel Miultr., containing
Ono Hundred an el Fo .r Acre
moro or less, on which U erected a
FRAME HOUdE, BAIIN
and other out -buildings. HoldSubject to tho payment
annually ot tho Interest 01 the dower to too wtdovr
of John Detshllno and at her death to the payment
to tho heirs.
Tsnus or Sai.b. Ten pr cent of one-fourth nf
tho purchaso money to bo paid at the striking flow n
of tho proporty, tha one-fourth less th ten pr cent
at confirmation of sale, and ths remaining three
fourUis tn ono year thereafter wtta Interest from
confirmation nisi.
J M. BKISULINK.
W. J. nrcKALsw, Administrator,
Atfy. tor Eitato. aept, U, n ts.
Q.ENERAL ELECTION
PROCLAMATION.
I, JOHN W. FtOFFlf AN, High Shrt of Co
lumbla county, do hereby maks knows aad proclaim
to tho qualified electors of Columbia county that a
general election will be held o TUHBDAT, THE
FIFTH OF NOVKMBRlt, 1ST (being Ul. Tuet
day next following the nrst lloaday t said montk
at the Roveral districts within tha county, to wit :
Beaver township, at the punllc house of Jusepk
ll. Hhuman.
Benton township, at the publle nouse of Ilium
Hess, In the town of Denton.
East Bloom, at tlie Court House, la Bloomsburg.
West Bloom, at the Court Houso, In Bloomsburg.
Borough of Berwick, at tho store of John McAnall,
In the borough of Berwick.
Borough ot Centralla, at tho public hoass of Wil
liam l'elfcr.
Brtarcreck township, at tun publle school koass
near Evansvlllo.
Catawtssa township, at the public houis of Samae
Kostenbauder, In the town of Catawlssa.
Centro township, at tho school bouse near Lafay
ette Creasy's.
North Conyngham District, at th school bouse
near tho colliery of John Anderson & Co.
South Conyngham District, at tho house of John
Monroe.
ilshlngcrcek township, at the school house near
C. B. White's.
Franklin township, at tho Lawrence school house.
tlrecnwood township, at the houso of Joseph It.
ration.
Hemlock township, at the public housa of Chti. II.
Dletterlch, In the town of Buck Horn.
Jackson townsklp, at the bouse ot E2eklel Cole.
Locust township, at the publls boast of Daniel
Kehres, In Numedla.
Jltmin township, at tho public house ot Aaron
Hess, in the town ot Mlfllinvllle.
Madison township, at tho public school houso In
Jorseytown.
Mt. pleasant township, at Uis house ot U. W.
"Kelllck.
Montour township, at tho pubUc houso of Keubom
Itauch, at Kupert.
Main townslilp, at the public house ot Jeremiah E
Longenbcrger.
I'oarlngcree'k township, at tho house r John B.
Kllnger.
Orange township, at the public bouts of II. C.
Conner In Orangevllle.
l'lne township, at tho Centre School House, lately
fixed by a voto ot the citizens of said township.
Sugarloat to nshlp, at tho house ot AUaas Cole.
Wott township, at tho public kouse of Win. PetUt
In Espy. .
ai wuieu lime uiiu places uio quuiuiuu ciwwn
win elect by ballot tho following stata and County
ofllcers. vli :
ono person for tiovernor ot iennsyivania,
Ono pcrbon for Lieutenant Governor ot Pennsyl
vania.
ono person for Supreme Judge of Pennsylvania.
One peison for Secretary of Internal Affairs of
Pennsylvania.
Ono person for Member of Congress fcr the Elev
enth District.
Ono person for State Senator.
Two persons for Representatives.
Ono person for ITothonotary raid Oerk ot the
Courts ot Columbia eouuty.
Ono ierson for liegtsterand llecorder of Columbia
connty.
oue person tor Treasurer of Columbia county,
Threo perbong for Commissioners of Columbia
county.
Three persons for county Auditors.
It Is further directed that the election pulls ot tho
scleral districts shall bo opened at seven o'clock In
the forenoon, nnd shall contlnuo open without tut er
ruptlou or adjournment until seven o'clock In the
H-t enlng n hen tho poUs will be closed.
NUT1CE IS HEREBY GIVEN,
That every person exceptlig Justles of U feaxia
and Aldermen, Notaries PibUo and psrsaus la tlig
mlUtla se rvice of ths Stabs, who shall hold or shall
within two months have held aay rmmt or appoint
ment of prullt or trust under the UHH4 SUU,or of
this State, and city or corporated district, whstlmr a
commissioned ofllcer or otkerwts, a takordliatt,
otneer or agent who Is or shall be employed ssdrr
the lA-gWaturo, Kxecutlvo or Judiciary Deparlinrat
ot this state, or of any city or of any laaorporttsd
district, and also, that every member of Congress
and of tho Statu Legislature, and of Us select sr
common council of any city, or rommlaslouri if any
Incorporated elWtrlct, Is by law Incapabla of tolatir"
or exercising at tho Bame tlma tin offlo r tppolnt-
luent of Judge, Inspector or Clerk of any elactlon o
this Cummunwealth, and that no Inspector, Judgs or
other ofllcer of such elxtloa shall be tilgtblato be
then voted for.
The luspivtors and Judg of the leeiioni shall
meet at the respective places appolnttd for holding
the election lit the dlstrlit to which tl.y re spcctlvoly
belong, before beven o'cluek In the morning, and
each of said Inspectors shall appoint ons clerk, who
shall ben n,ualltled voter of such district,
Tho qualined tolers of the several districts In
this county at all general, township thr
ough and special elections, are hereby hereafter
authorised and requires) to vote by tickets printed or
written, or partly printed and rartly written, sever
ally classltte'd as follow s t Ono ticket shall embrace
the names of all Judge's of Courts voted for, and
labelled, outside, "Judiciary j" one ticket shall em
brace the names of all the state omrers voted for
and to bo labelled "State;" one ticket shall embrace
liio names of all county onicers voted for, Including
tho onice of Senator, and Members of As
sembly, If votes! for, and members of Congress, If
voted for, and be labelled "Cuunty oae ticket shall
embrace tho names of all township officers voted for,
and bo labelled "Township;" ono ticket shall era
brace tho names of all borough ofllcers voted for, and
bo labelled "Borough."
And each class shall bo deposited In separate, bal
lot boxes.
JOHN W. HOFFMAN,
ShertfTsOfflce, Bloomsburg, Sheriff,
bept, ll, Wf
BUSINESS OARDS,
VISITING UAHD8,
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