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lll.OOJIHIIU.ia, Fit IP. AT, OUT. S5, 18.3
Hull Itoftil tlmo TbMc.
LACKAWANNA ULOOMSUUIM HA1I, HOAI1
ArccmmodAtlon Train,,..,., ruo A.M. son.M
Mall Train i 7.33 A. M 4.-10 j-. M
nr. press Train Ull'.M. ll.45A.il
Accommodation Train 6.SS A. M. :,r m.
Itcif'il.ir F.spross 4.0(1 l'.M. 11,43 A.M.
riirnntrhcnrson HuprosstrnlncllliertoNow York
or I'hlladi'lphla. Accommodation train runsbctiieen
'.itawtss.e ami Wltlla import.
Kccutors of William Miines ileconseil, will
sill real cliito nt Espy, Lime Itiilgo nml l!u.
port nil Novetnlier l'.ttli nml 'JOlh.
(lunrilinn of Ktiiimi Mills will sell rcnl estate
in (Irccnwonl, Octolier 'Ji'itli.
Mnry Kvntu oilers real estate in llloomslmrg
on Octolicr 2tli.
Executor of Christian Wolf tlccenscil will sell
real estato in Mifllin, Novetiiliorlltli.
The Executors of Henry l.cMiUne, will offer
rcnl estalo for sale on the premises in Fishing
ct eel; townsliiji on November tli nt 1 o'clock
Administrator of Montgomery Colo deceas
ed will sell real estate in Sngarloaf, Noiemlier
See advertisements in oilier columns,
.UMBIAN AND DEMOCKAT,BL60jVISBIJRG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
The only opportunity to liar our candidate
fjr (lovernor, Andrew II. Dill, In H,s county.
A (Iratid Hilly of the Democracy of Coliitn
hia and Iiwer Luzerne, al Hewlett on
SATUHDAY, OCTOHKH -Xru
at two o'clock p. in., will he addressed hy
HON". A, II, DIM, ami
HON'. A. (I. COCHHAX.
Come from the valleys, and come fiom the
liills and hear the truth.
Anieiline at ODD FELLOW'S IIAT.I.In
the evening will he addressed hy HON', 0, II.
III.OCKWAY, candidate for ConKrcs.
Jilt. llCCKAt.EW AND Tllfi DONOnESSlONAL
IT you want to see the next Governor of Penn
sylvania, gu to Berwick on Stlurday, the 2fitli.
lIcMantis and O'Xoill have been sentenced
to dentil hy .Judge Hutliefeller, at Siinbury, for
tho murder of Coroner Ilc-er, in 1874.
The members and friends of Heller's Church
in Madison township desire lo return their sin
cere thanks lo thoso who pilrniiizcil them at
their recent festival.
We can recommend our readers to use Dr.
Hull's Cough Syrup in all cases of Cough,(,'ohl,
fee. It only costs 25 tents a bottle, and Is war
ranted lo cure,
A lady Mi-sion.irv, Mls Lo'inp, formerly of
Syria, is to spevik to Indies nixt Sunday even
ing in the I'reslijteri.in eliurcii.
There are eighteen grain elevators in Chica
go, with uu aggregile cipscity of over 15,000,'
000 bushels, and of 2o0 scales in use in these
elevators, over 240 are Fairbanks',
Ity special request Col. Freeic will address
the meeting in Jackson on Saturday Nov. 2nd,
in the afternoon, at Lower Jackson School
Consumptives, do not go west or south for re
lief, but use Haas1 Kxpectorant, which you
will find the suresfcure, unless the patient is
beyond the reach of medical aid.
"The Wine Cup, or the Tempter and Tempt'
ed" will he repealed at the Danville Opera
House on Satuiday evening Ocloler 2Gth. The
first performance i highly spoken of. The phiy
is in five acts, nnd accompanied with beautiful
allegorical tableaux, ami striking mechanic il
A democratic meeting will beheld at "Lower
Jackson School IIoue" near Judge Dorr's In
Jiekson Township, at two o'clock in the after
noon of Situiday November 2nd, 'iliicli will be
addressed bv John O. Freeze.
Mothers should take warning and (top dozing
their Ilabies with laudanum while teething.
'l)r. Hull's Itaby Syrup answers the same pur
pose and is perfectly harmless. Price 23 cents.
At the Colonnade, Philadelphia October 7th,
among the arrivals we notice Peter Illoomsburg,
Hristol. Now wo most re-pectfully call on Mr.
Hloomsburg lo report here, and let us Hia what
our namesake looks like', for we take it that Pe
ler is not unite as old as we are. It is the firs'
time we ever saw the name among personal tur
When the news came on Wednesday morning
that Ohio ard Indiana had gone republican,
you could see all about the street, the republe
can creenbacker and the anti-greenback repub
licans meetinc and embracing, and enjoying the
result of the trick hugely. They had caught
the democratio gudgeon on a paper money hook
Parents should not fail to notice new adver
tisement in another column, in relation lo Cliil
elren's Shoes. What the Metal Tip has done for
children's heavy shoes, it is to be hopeel this
new Tii will accomplish for the finer ipialities.
It is rather discouraging to buy fine ccstiy
shes for children with the f.eling that they will
almostcertainlY he through at the toe with the
first few days wear.
Parents will do well to look into this mai
The Hepublican Senatorial Conference for
this district was held at Williamsport on luesuay
and went through the form of nominating a Can.
didate for Senator, All the counties were repre
scnted. Columbia named A. H. Stewart of Op
angeville and Montour named Thomas Heaver
of Danville. Mr. Heaver was nominated on the
The republicans hesitated a long time as to
whether they would name a man of their own
urendorse Jim Herdic.oneof the greenback can
dldates, as Thode Hill wanted them lo do. See
ing no chance of Heretic's election, and not liking
to take hack what ihey had been saying about
the new party, they finally concluded to make a
separate nomination. The man of their select
lion has amassed a large fortune in the iron
trade out oi the labor of the poor man. And
while those who made his money for him where
living in absolute evant, he spent his time In
pleasure travcllnc in Kurope. He is not the
friend of the laboring man.
It will be Ken in another column that there
is a partial list of a soldier's petition for the
election of apt. Hiockway to Cnngre-s. It is
sinned by soldiers who belong to the Democrat
ic, Hepublican, National, and Temperance par
ties In justice to Cap:, Hrockway we must say
thai he had no ham! or knowledge in Its prep
oration or circulation. It was a tribute by com
rsdes irresieclive of parly. One incentive may
have been tltg he would have attended to their
rights, interests, and wants at Washington, so
far as lay in his power. In a word, men who
have faced death together, are wore firmly
bound in friendship than by political, religious
or other ties. l'.rliaps, also, they think a Un
ion soldier is better than an ex-rebel Greenback
candidate, or a bolter from Carbon whoso war
exploits were confined lo the commissary and
"upply" departments, and Klolz's Itepubli
can Gen. Albright neighbor whose laurels
were won by the military invasion of our coun
ly for political purposes, and the illegal arrest
of Innocent citizens, Capt. Hrockway battled
in the front jgalnst an armed foe who sought
to destroy the integrity of our Union, whilst
Orvls was in Hithmond, Albright was arrest
Ing our c'tlzens, and Ktolz was coining money
out of the war.
The following teligrams which passed be
tween Semtor Iluckalew and David Lowenherg
pending the sessions of he Congressional Con
ferences nt Scranton and llazleton, from the
15lli to 17th October inclusive, are lurnisliesl
for publication as part of llie history of Confer
ence action. Incidentally nlso they expose a
number of petlv filsehoods published in the
Pcianlon Republican of the 19th regarding the
connection of the former gentleman with the
iiuistiou of nomination.
Mr. Iluckalew to Mr. I.owcnberj;.
Simian roN, October 15, 11:15
D. Imnlcnj, Central Hotel, lhuleton.
Have refuted oiler of tiotnlnntioi, with
out action of uliolc district. Supposo an
other nomination will be made here. I go to
Carhondalc nt 2 o'clock.
Same to Same.
SotiANToN, October 10 11, 10 A. M.
lletiitned from Carbondale and speak nt Lack
awanna to-night. Here during the day. I do
not meddle with action here.
Mr. Lowcnhers to Mr. Hurkalew.
Hazleton, October 108:22 1'. M
Hon. C. R. Iluckalew, Ixtelawanna, Pit.
Three hundred and sixtieth ballot, no result
Mr. Iluckalew to Mr. Lowenherg.
Sciiaston, October 1711:15 A. M
At Wyoming House to-day and to-morrow,
except tills evening, lteceived your telegram
Mr. I.OHenberg to Mr. iluckalew.
Hazletox, October 1711:37 A. M.
Four ninety ballots ; no result j three to nine
Wo will go homo in one hour, without doing
Mr. Iluckalew to Mr. Lowenherg.
Scranton, October 17, 1 P. M.
Telegram received. This Conference will act
after dinner, some way. I do nol adviso you to
iro home vet. It surrenders everything to dis
cord and chance.
Mr- Lowenherg to Mr. iluckalew.
llAZLKrov. October 17,-1:47 P. M
Hrockway and lloll'man are gone. Swisher
and myself missed train ami are here
Mr. iluckalew to Mr. Lowenherg.
SciiANTON, October 173:30 P. M.
Are the other Conferees still in llazleton?
Will they listen lo any proposition of compro.
mise on new man, satisiaciory 10 kioiz; my
name excluded? If so, will send full proposi
tion to HrodheaJ. Messrs. Clymer and Myers
approve this inouiry and agree, as matters now
stand, separate nominations will lose the dis
Mr. Lowenherg to Mr. Ilnckalew
IIazi-eton, October 17- -6:32 P. M
We are in session, except Hoffman. Wi
Same to Same.
Hazi.eton, October 175:40 P. M.
Swisher got telegram from Captain to come to
Scranton. 1 will not go ; am I right? What
proposition have you to make to Mr. Hrod
Mr. iluckalew to Mr. Lowenherg,
Sckantox, October 178 P. M.
Kach Conference to adjourn to Wilkesbarre at
Valley House. Confer by two from each tiion
candidate. Kach Conference to act by a msjor
itv vote. Such names as those of Col. Freeze
and Mr. Storm to be considered mine exclu
led. Meeting at Wilkesbarre may be waived,
but most certain and convenient. I consult on
ly with Clymer and Myers, hut can get assent
here. Am starling to Dunmore meeting, but
back to night,
Mr. Lowenherg to Mr. iluckalew
Hazleton, October 179.31 P. M.
Would not agree. Have adopted majority
votej Swisher and myself retired; eliel 1101
agree lo it. Then, the nine made nomination
TIIB.imSTON MASS MEETING.
On Tucsdsy afternoon, nursunnl in mil
grand mass meeting was held at Henton. X
lure never gave the people a fairer day. About
noon the elelegations began to pour in from dif
fercnl epnrlcrs. One was headed bv the Jer.
seytown Hand, others hy dium e-orps, all hear
ing flags, and reminding one of a grand mill-
tary review, Sngarloaf carried to the fore her
comity dig, won as being the champion town
ship. Jackson was In full force showing the
unwavering fidelity of her Democracy. In fact
not only the Immediate townships, hut distant
localities were strorgly re pre-enled, and wo
have not spic- for details. After dinner the
crowd adjourned to an adjicenl field, where a
hsiidsoine stand li:id been erected. Gov. Dill's
picti're Was In thei hack-ground a luriro idle
of lumber covered wllh sheetine?. and trarlandi
and Ibncrs added beauty lo the seem-. The
meeting orginizcel hy selecting the following of
Prehldent, Col. 11. 11. Kline: Vice PresI
lents, Hon. Irani Derr, C. 11. Mcllcnrv, An
drew I.aubath, Geo. Herring, John Haker, A.
K, Smith, Jackson Derr, John Mordnn, Sam
uel Hhone-, Christian L. Moore; Sccrctarie-s, J.
J. Karn, J, II. Keeler.
Tbe first speaker was I le.n. Geo. I). Jackson,
onr cnndid ile for Senator, who in a few pointed
remarks showeil the fallacy of Iho greenback
theory. His remarks were well chosen and
calculated to convince many who were in doubt.
Senator Huekitlew was the next spenker. In
bis usual calm, dispassionate mnnner lie ex
posed the sophistries of greenback orators, and
sbuwe 1 plainly that the Issue of 11 depreciated
cnrieney would Injure r.ilher than better the
people. As being the ha-er money it would
lloat, whilst the better money would he hoarded
by misers, banks, corporations, ,Vc. His argu
ment had n telling t fleet upon his bearers, and
he who was not e'onvinced, is bcyoml the force
of argument, or the consideration of facts.
He was lollowid by Col. J. (. Frcc, who
excused himself from making an extended
speech, as he proposed to eliscuss the rpiestions
Captain Hrockway, the Democratic nominee
for Congress, was next introduced, After stat
ing that he had only leturned homo Saturday
night, and had not exptcted to make a speech
he pioceedcd to discu-s the candidates named
and the State issues involved. He briefly re
vieweel Hepublican legislation in reference to
currency and finance. He aNo showed that i
vote for Orvis was re-ally a vote fur Gen. Al
bright, the Hepublican nominee, and the man
who headed the forces which invaded the Fish
ingcreek. He counseled union and united action.
Mr. C. G. llsrklay made a brief speech, which
was well received.
The meeting then adjourned with ckMrs for
the candidates and speakers. There tfiS? be a
good report from the upper end.
II. II Ki.ini:,
At the request of many friends I have conscn-1 r 1 1) VT7'i "nT? DnD'I'C
tedtoallow mv:name tolheused aaan Imlfnend-! 11 AltlVjUil lXlhl UiVlO.
enl candidate for Counly, Commissioner, and I
seilltlt tho sulTragi of my friends.
Hriarcreek, October 1st, 1878.
Wheat per bushel..,
Itye " ...
Uorti, new, " ' ..,
E. P. KUNKKIVS HITrmt WINE OP IttON.
lias never been known to fall In the euro of weak
ness, attendeel with sjmptoms, Indisposition to ex
ertion, loss ot memory, (limcilty el la-ea litng, gen
eral weakness, horror ofrllsrase, weak, nervous,
trembling,- dreadful horror ot death, night sweats,
cold feet, weakness, dimness of vlsljn, languor, uni
versal lasMtudo of the muscular s stem, enormous
appetlto with djspertlo sjslem, hot hands, flushing
of tho hod-, drjness of tho skin, pallid countenanco
and eruptions on tho face, purlfrlDg Iho blood, pain
In tho back, heaviness of the eyelids, frequent bliek
spots lie Intr before the eyes, with temporary suffu
sion and lossof stunt, want of attention, etc. Theso
symptoms arise from a weakness, and to remedy
that nso IS. F. Kunkcl's Hitter rt lno of Iron. It ncv
er fells. Thousands nrt) now enjoying health who
have used It, net the genuine. Kold only In 1 1 bot
lies. Take only !:. r. K linkers.
Msk for Kunkcl's Hitter V ino of Iron. This
rulv valuable lonte has he-en so thoroughly
,sted by all classes of tho community tsat It Is now
deemed Indispensable ns a Tontc medicine. It costs
but little, purines the blood and given tono to the
stomach, renovates tho system and prolongs life.
now only ask a trial of ltd s va'uablo tonic. I'rlco
It per liotMe. II, r. Kunket, solo proprietor, No. 259,
North Ninth street, below Vine, riihltndeiplita, I'a.
Ask for Kunkcl's Hitler Wine of Iron, and take no
other. A photograph of the proprietor on oich wrap
per, all others are counterfeit.
Hcwa'oof counterfeits. Do notMyur druggist
sell uiiy but Knkel's, which Is put up only as aboo
represented. You can get tlx bottles for llvo dollars.
All I ask Is one simple trial.
Tape! M'orni Ite.'iin ve-el Alive.
Head and all complete, lu two hours. No fee till
head passes, seat, l'ln and Stomach worms re-
inocdby Dr. Kunkel,s;9 North Ninth street. AdWco
freu. No fi-c until head and all passes hi one, and
nllve. Dr. Kunkel Is the ouly succcestfCul physician
n tnls conntry for the removal ot worms, and his
Worm Syrup larleasant and safe for children or
grown persons. Send for circular, or ask for a bot
tle of Kunkcl's wormiyrup, Price ll.iw per bottle
(let it ot your druggist, it never falls.
Plour per barrel A. c.co
Tallow , ,, .es
Dried ,pplcs 01
Ndes .e shoulders t. 11
tJird per pound t
TlinothyHeen ,. 2.1c
ejl'OrATIONH FOll UOA1..
No. 4 on Wharf r per 'Ion
Nn.s ' " 1 i.is
No. a ' " , "Iiki "
Blacksmith's t.utup on Wharf J.eti "
" Hlinmtno'is " 4 "i "
J. J. KaIINH, ,,-!.
.1. It. Kuui.mt,
To show that an editor is the most abuse-d and
lejected of all men, Josh Hillings has this to
say : "Ah editor is 11 mulei whosu business is
to investigate nuspaper. He writes editorials,
grinds out 'poelry, inserts deaths and weddingi
sorts manuscript, keeps n waste ba-ke-t, blows
up the ''devil," steals matter, tiles outotherpio-
iile's battles, sells his paper for two elollars a
year) takes while beans and apple-s-ess lor pay
lien he can get it, razes a large family, works
nineteen hours out of twenty-four, noze no Sun
dy, gets dauinid hi everybody, live-s poor, dies
middle aged, and often broken-hearted, leaves
no.munny, is rewarded for a life of toil byj.i shoi
but free obituary puff in the uuspape-rs.
From H'iW Spirit of the Tune, Dee. 8, 1877
A. H. C, Mich. What should be ilone to re'
iluce an enlargement of tendon of forward l(g,
the back tendon, caused hy grabbing it wliil
trotting. It is sound now, 1 think. It was lireil
last spring, and the horse turned out all rum
mer. Anmer. Clip oil' llie hair, and apply
GiVe's Liniment Iodide Ammonia twice a day, 1111
til it irritates, when temporarily discontinue,
d commence again. It is the only remedy
that will permanently remove a chronic enlarge
ment of this kind. Send lo Doctor Giles, 451
Sixth avenue, New York, who will furnish full
Numerous friends In all parts of the county
have requested that 1 should be an iudepen
lent candidal)! for treasurer of Columbia coun
ty, and in accordance with this generally
pressed desire 1 hereby announce my name as
audi. In asking the suH'rages of the voters of
the cotinly without regard to party I pledge
myself if clee-ted to attend to the duties of the
office with fidelity and for the best intere-sl of
Herwick, October 10, 1S7S.
AN ASTONIStllNll PACT.
A largo proportion of tho American people
nro to-day el) ing from tho effectn of Dyspepsia
disordered liver. Tha result of these disens
upon tho masses of Intelligent and valuable
pcoplo la most alarming, tnnkinglife nctiinlly a
burden instead of a pleasant existence of enjoy
cut and usefulness ns it 1 light to be. Thero
is no good reason for this, if you will only throw
ide prejudice and skepticism, take the advice
f Druggists and your friends, nml and try one
bottleof Green's August FloweV. Your speedy
lief is certain. Millions of bottles of tills mcd
ino have been given nwny to try its virtues,
ith salisfeclory results in ocry case. You can
buy n sample bnttlu for ten cents lo try. Three
Iojcs will relieve the worst case. Positively
sold by nil druggist9 on tho Western Continent.
nug. 50,'78-tf jl
An old physician, retired from practice, hay
ng li.-ul placeel 111 his hands by an Ivast India
missionary the formula of a simple vegetable
renieily, for the permanent and speedy cure for
consumption, bronchitis, catarrh, asthma, and
II throat and lung alTecllons, also n positive
and radical cure fjr nervous debility and all
ervous complaints, after having tested its won-
lcrful curative powers in thousands of cases,has
felt it his duly to make it known to his sutler-
ng fellows. Actuated by this motive, and a
esire to relieve human sulTering felluws, I will
nil free of cliargi1, to all who de'irc it, this
recipe, with lull directions for preparing and
using, in German, French, or Knglish, Sent by
mail by addressing with stamp, naming this
paper. W. W. Shcrar, 149 Powers' Hlock,
Rochester, New York. oct. 11, 4w
jfjNEsj HLaKEH. On tho IMti Inst., by Iter. J,
H. Morro, Mr. IS. Jones to .Miss l.lzzlo U Maker
all ot Tcknmah, Hurt county Nebraska.
UOmUNS. In l-'Milnsreck tw p., on tbn TCtli Inst.
Diana W Kobblu ugo 19 jcars, 'I month uud 4 days,
TIIOltN TON'. meil at Cugonli, Terry county ou
tho 12th or October, (leorge II. Thornton boh of
James and Angela Thornton, nged 6 years, 'i rr.onthH
mid 4 d.ijs, with diphtheria.
VUm:.-I)ied in Mt. l'leimant October 5th, Mag
glo Kdoa Whlto a sod 7 years and 6 months.
A Trade Dollar will still buy a dollar's
worth ot Clothing at D. Lowenberg's.
Parties wanting to get clear ot Trade Dol
lars can get full value in clothing for them
at D. Lowenberg's.
WKSTWAKI) 110 I WESTWAllDHO
Parties goint; West will find it to thei
advantage to purchase their outfits of cloth
ing, trunks, bags and satchels cheaper than
ever at u. isOwcntierg s.
Fall styles of Worsted Coating-English
suitings just receiver! at I), lvowenuerg s,
The latest Novelty ill Hats. Call and
see Tim HuasiAN Hat just received at 1),
FALL HATS iust received lor Men
Hoys and Children at LowenbergV
I.ADIKi, DELlCATi; AND PEEIILC
Those languid tiresome sensations, causing
you to feel scarcely able to be about on eour
feet ; that e-onstaiit drain tbnt takes from Miur
system all its former elaicil ; driving the
bloom from your cheeks ; that e-onlinuj! strain
on your vital forees.rendering you iiritable and
fretful, can easily be removed bv the use of tint
marvelous reim-d", Hop Hitters Irregulari
ties and olMructions of your sstem are reliev
ed al once, while the special enuse of periodical
pain are permanently removed. Will you heeel
thlsV See "Truths."
Oct. IS 'Jw.
There is no Water Proof in the market
that can compete with the India Cloth at
J.utz v Sloan s.
It is admitted that politics are much
mixeel this year, and for that reason it is
necessary for Democrats to stick to the
ticket. There are loiters in tho field, hut
they do not stand n ghost of a chance for
elect on. ami it is therefore useless to vote
fir them. Put your.votes where they will
1j the most good, and do not throw tliem
away on a bolter.
We have received from Scribner & Co., a
liook entitled 'That Lass O'lwrieV by Mrs.
Hurnett. This i-tory was first published as a
serial lu Scribner a Magazine, ami acquired a
wide reputation. In the November number of
the Magai'ne the same writer begins a story
called "Haworlh's," which we have no doubt
will excite the same interest as did her former
proelutliein. Dr. Holland says of the writer
There is but one Knglish writer a woman
whu can command a beltir audience Ih Amerl
ca than the woman whosefiovel we begin in the
pmentltsue of the Monthly" bcrilncr for No
DKAT1I OP COIlONEIt YKAOElt.
Isaiah Yeairer, Coroner of Columbia County,
died at his home in Ixjcust township, on Friday
last. The funeral took nlace on Monday anil
Ihe remains welo followesl to the grave by a
lame concourse of Iriends.
This leaves a vacancy in Iheolhccoi kroner,
which under the provisions of an act of Assem
bly annroved May 16lh 1874, must be filled by
the appointment of the Governor, the death not
havlntr occurred three months or more pree cu
ing the general election. No coroner will there
fore be elected until the next general election
after this year.
ItF.SOI.UTION8 OP CONDOLENCE,
Hesolutions adopted by the Sabbath School
at Zion Pa , September !!S, 1877, on the death
of Clara Pealer who departed this life Septem
ber 13, 1878.
WllKUEAS it has pleased (Joel in his atlwise
Providence lo remove from our midst our
friend anil sister Clara Pealer.
Therefore resolved, that while we how to the
will nf Him "who Is loo wise lo err and loo
good lo be unkind" we sincerely regret her loss
as a Irienti anil nauuaiu scuooisi-numr.
UttrJird. that wo of the Sabbath school of
Zion Pa., will cherish her memory an-i ne an
iiionishesl by her early elealh of the uncertainty
ol our Uvea.
Jtrxnlinl. that we as a Sabbath school cherish
and ineiuoriie the words of her last sentiment,
"do right and fear not."
lltmktd. that we will Imitate thai which was
goesl in lier conduct and life and eudeawr so to
live mat we may consiuuie one uiiuivw.
hath echoo! in eternity.
Retailed, that -ie heartily sympathiie Willi
the Iriemls In llielr bereavement.
Ileunliid. lhat a cony of these resolutions be
sent lo the friends of llie eleceased and also be
printed hi the dlllereiit county pajwrs.
Gloves very cheap at Clark
for 100 cents
Trade dollars taken
W. C. McKinney's.
BLOOM SB URG STATE NORMAL SCHOOL
SIXTH NOIUIAL SCHOOL DISTRICT.
Bloomsburg, Columbia County, Pennsylvania.
Rev. D. J. WALLER, Jr., A. M., Principal.
TI1H SCHOOL, .-wat present constituted, ortrsthe verybestlacllltlesfor Professional and Classical lo&mtng.
m i u wi.V ' 8 ' w)ara. "cnuiaiea, ugtitca by gas, ana furnished with a boimtlf al snooty ot eurtMtt
Location healthful, ana oasy of access. Toachcrs experienced, eftlclent, and alive to their wort, niaelnlln flrmhnrnnrt n.n.,..j,i..
" SotW SricXS by theimte :"" 0XP0Cl,ntf Bl""Jnls '"'l''m, TrsVesVrvedwheeMr'ea lh0roU8h
I. Model School. II. Preparatory. III. Klernentary. IV, Classical.
Adjunct Courses : I Academic. II, Commercial. III. Course in Music.
inc Momentary rcienunc ami u assicai courses are i'ie(iriMsinv&T nr.A q....... .. . . ... .
... ..-.uvanvvuu.lUimm V,C (.LUl-afcn
secure tt- br turnlthlncrltilfiUs.
who desire tulnjpruvptlK.tr IIjm
IV. Course in Art. V. Course in Plijuical Culture..
s.-n i- .-i--'in m-k "-() s.'-t .'imni SJ. nm i.nilli nil, 'lllOLUl Uil LUU ill
thtMrattnlnmentN, signed In Ihe (UIKvihoI the iVjanlof IMstce
gent and ortlclrnt Teacher for her schools. Tothlsendlt sollclla younjt D-nons ot rtood abtntlesiuid itikhI mir,iv i7,.,.
Preslilrnt llmeril of Truster.
Ily I'lilverKiil reonl,
AVEK'sCATitAKTio 1'ii.ijearo tho best of all purga
tives for family use. They aro tho product of lonr.
laborlo" a, and successful chemical liiTcstlgatton.nnd
their extensive use, by phjslclabsln their practice,
and by all ctelllred nations, proie them tho best and
most effectual pill that medtcal hclenco can devise.
Ileing putely vegetable no harm can atlso from their
tiio. In Intrinsic valuo and curattvo powers no oth
er pills can be comrnted with lliem. and eery lier-
son, knowing their virtues, will f mploy them when
needed. They keep tho system In perfect order,
and maintain In healthy ectlon the whole machin
ery of life. Mild, searching and effectual, they are
specially adapted to the needs of tho digestive ai-
paratus, derangements of which they prevent and
cure, If timely taken. They are tho b'st and safest
h sic to employ for weakened cous.tltut Ions, where
a mild, but effectual cathartic Is required.
Pnie Sale uy all Uealkks.
EXCELSIOR DYE WORKS
W.M. Davis, Proprietor.
Vlss. M. Derrlcksnn, Notion and fancy More,
liioomsourff, r tent.
ALL KISIH Of (ir.NTt ejItV,ESTS CI.KANEI)
DYKIl AND l'KKS.SKll WITIIOl'T UlIM'lMl AND
MADK II) LOOK ALMOST EQUAL TO NEW.
LAD1E3 SHAWLS, CLOAKS, D JESSES, SILKS
OS RIBBONS OLSAWSED 01. BVED A1ID
nUISUED IN THE BEST 1IANNE t.
KID Ill.lirilS lll.l'.ANsilll).
Feathers Dyed and Curled In a splendid manner,
special attention to wholesale Roods.
Trices reduced to suit tho times.
Sept. 20, 19-Jrn.
1 A (inn - HUNTS WANTED. Only thoso
lliUtleJ who mean business and desire to
make from Si! to HI.", nor day need sddIv. Mendl
cent bUmp lor particulars
leiie . rs. -i . in i n,
.Milton, N'ortnumberland Co., Pa,
ESTATE OF JOHN Kl.INE, llECKASEll.
Iftters Testamentary on tho estato ot John
Kline, late of Uicust township, Columbia county,
deceased, have beeu urauted by tho Heiflster of said
county to t lie undersigned executors of same twp.
All poisons havlnjr claims against the estato am re.
quested to present them for settlement and thoo
ludebteuto make payment wiinout ueiav.
l'Kl'Elt L. KLINE, ! Kxecutors.
E. It, iKrr.Kit, A'tornej-. Locust twp.
OCt. 18, TsHIW
In the matter of the assignment of Abraham Stiller
in irusi ror mo oeneni or nis ereuuors.
The underslirned nudttor. nDnolnted by Hie Court
of common lieas of Columbia county lo dl&lrlbuio
iho ruiiu in tuo nauus or tno assignee, w in ineei ino
parties Interested at the onice ot M. K. Jackson K
son, lu Uerwlck, on Thursday, eictober 31, ls:s, at lu
o'elock a. m.. when and where all persons Interested
are reuucsieu lo oo preiienb u int-y ihhik orouor.
O. . UUCKAI.EW,
ept s;, ';s-iw auuiiot.
AltE l'AT l'Elll'I.E lIKSLTIiy?
Why are fat people always ooin1 jiliioj; ? a-ks
someone who eultrtaips ihe niular thouuli
erroneous notion that health is synonymous wllh
fat, Pat people ttMiiplain h-nmiBrt lluy are elis
eased. Ohesilv is an ahiiorM.al condition of
the system, in which the saccharine and oleui;!
nous elements of the fiod nre nsiiull,iled to the
partial exclusion of the inu-cle fornliiij' ami
brain-producing eliiuents, lu proof of this, it
is only necessary to assert the well known fact
that excessively fst people are never struiifvihd
seldom ttstinguislie. lor menial power or ac
tivity, Hes'nle-s, Ihey are easy pray of acute
and epidemic tllseases, and they lire the fresjtient
victims of (joiit, hi art eliseases, aril apoplexy
Allan's Anti-Fat is the ouly known reiuidy en
tills disease. It contains no acid, is absolutely
harmless, and is warranted lo remedy the uio-t
continued case of obesity, or corpulency.
The Eclectic Magazine f ir Nuvemher contains
nineteen articles, and is sullicieiilly varied in
topic and method of treatment lo plrase all class
cwofrjibr T.ie pirtriit this in i nil is a ti u
teel enravini of the Hev, William Adams, 1).
I) for nearly forty years one of the leadinij cler-
Kymen ol .ew lora anil now 1'resiiieui ol the
Union Thisiloi;ic.il Seminary. The l-.ediii4 pi
per on "lilordiina iiriino nnu it mieii iniiiei,
is rich in biographical interest and also contrih
utes a most instructive chapter lo the early his
tory iifs'ienew, "The axes of the Sun and
Karlli," is another scientific paper of the hixliei-t
interest aud value, and tlie editorial depntment
of "Science and Art is rich and varied in its
record of scientific process i In "The New
Principles of Industry;" Ir.Oeori;e Jacob Hoi-
yoke expounds the philosophy an I ntrrites the
history of Cooperation ; and In "Cyprus ' the
reader will find what he most cares to know about
this famous Medlterranesn Iiland j '"Ilrockden
Drown," is an appreciative biographical sketch
of the earliest American novelist ; and the ac
count of "The Plantin Museum at Antwerp," is
wonderfuUv curiom O'.her articles s "The'
Poetic Place of Matthew Arnold j" "The Speak
er of Common- ;" "Our Dream ;'' (a poem) four
chapters of Illack's "Macleod of Dire j" nnd llie
well-filled editorial departments, h. It. Pellon,
Puhlisher, 25 llond slreel, New York.
Hest Svritu in town. 00 cents per gallon
at Clark it Woll's. Hall stiirar. iry it
DOliBIN'S Kt.KOTItlC SOAP.
Having ohtained tho agency of this
I Cei.ku hated Soap
firV lllooiiisburi; and vicinity, I append tli
opinion (if soino of our best people as to it
"I have tied Dobbin's Electric Soap made
by I. I.. Crogiti it Co., Philadelphia, Ph.,
(or washing about ten years, and think it
superior to any other. Mrs. O. O. Harkley."
"We have used Dobbin's Klectric Soap and
find it superior to any othe r or all others.
Mrs. W. II. Jncoby,
Mrs. H. II. Stohner.
I desire all my friends and customers to
Give this Soap one Trial,
ho that they may know ju-t how good the
Ileal Soap in the United States is.
.1. II. Maize.
july 12, 7S-ly Illooinsburg, Pa.
Wanted at Clark Sc Wolf's, ISO pounds of
dried Raspberries and Cherries for goods at
tho lowest cash prices.
Another large assortment of Ladies' Ties.
5ows,Silk Handkerchiefs, ltuchings, Rib
bons mid other 1'ancy Goods just received
at I.utz cc Sloan's.
ESTATE OK JOHV CAIV, DECEASED,
letters of Admlntstratlnn on the estate of John
Cain.latoof Centru lownsuln. Columbia co.. decu.
haeo been irranted by the lieuister of said county to
tho undersigned Admlnlstrator.lo whom all persons
Indebted nie reipiesteU to make Immediate payment
and t hose hav Iner claims or demands aealnst I he es
tate will make them kr,owrilothu uduuutstralor
C. W. MiLi.Eu, Centre township,
Attorney. oct. II, Isls-ow
JJEIIVF.Y K. SMITH,
Office in A.J. Kvan's Niw liriiMN.,
,. , llLOOMSIIL'HO, PA.
Member ot Commercial Iaiw and Hank Collectlcn As
sociation. eK't 14, 17-tt
j Dauchy & Co's. Advs.
ASK FOK THK
Williamsport Haml-Me Boats,
J. E. DAYTON & CO.
N. B. All goods of their make
ure stamped on the bottom.
sept. , 'Ts Sm
Office In lirowcr'8buUdln,iecnd noor.room No.
1- Hloomsburt. Pa.
HOW E I, I;,
Ofllce In Ilartrnan's Illock, second Boor, corner
Main and Market Streets,
May S ly.
p M. DKINKEIt, OUN and LOCKSMITH
sewing Machines and Machlner e,f all kinds re
paired. OrRUA House Itiilldlni;, Hloomnburfr. Pa.
Vy Y. KfoTEIt, .a7
' MEllOHNT TAILOR,
HoomNu. 15, orKUA House lluitnisa, Uloorusimrv.
apiil 19, 18T3.
5 YKAHS TO PAY FOB A FARM.
SI XO fcSlO rux AOH..
II ecch anil Mil pi, I.nnel In Mlchl
Riin In tin- itiiiiimi Acrn Vraat
ill tin- (.'in mi lln p tN nnd Ih
(llnnii Ilallioiifl i oniaur.
Slronp soIId n t- cropn-picBtr!
tlllllll-l IIO ellollRlll-nn rlilach
IMIRH llll lllp(cir."
ItlNMSO -IsrAHS-U'Sk rATEK-ltAllT MARir
e rxiai ok inedsisr.
Si liil lor imiiiplHs-ljinV. German
Ulrw IV. o. Ul'dllAUT.
rtrll la. Ids m
TlKITISH AMERICA AShUKANCE
NATIONAL F1HK 1NSUHANCE COMPANT.
The asseta of these old corporations are all tn
vistedln t-OLll) HECUltlTlbt) andare liable totte
hazard of Klre only.
Moderate lines ou tho lest risks are alone ace rptd
Losses rHomii.Y and nosavn.T adpiated at,o psla
as boin sa deteimlned by cnvisTiAN F. KNArr, pe
clal Aent and Adjuster, U'oomsburrr, renn'a.
1heilll7etiacf Columbia county fehouldpatrnDlve
tho agency wbero losses. If any, are adjusted and
paid by oae ot their own citizens. dot.1I, 'Ji-lj
Sift Tfi HWm ln'"tM id wall
vau ij uiuwv Misksluaki foi
.Trt5?5 n tSS. .'n.1 ,rw' P''nliigei
5 !LT 51, a oct. ij.
GREAT TRUNK LINE
UNITED STATES MAIL ROUTE.
HEAS UKOWN'S INSURANCE AOEN-
P CY, Excliiint-c Hotel, liloomBbursr, I'a.
.Etna, Ins Co., of Hartford, Connecticut. .. ,NXi,ooe
K STATE OF MAIIV K. UETIEII, U1CKASED.
U-tters of administration on the estato of Mary
E. Heller, latent Mltllln tOH'nshtp.Columbla Count j,
Pe , deceiused, liaee been gr nte'd by the lie-irlster or
raid county lo ttie undersigned Ailmtnlatrator
to whom all ii-rsons Indeliled lo said e-tato are re-nupsti-,1
in make navment. and those haMnir
claims or demands against the said estate will
make them know u to the bald administrator without
VW1.1.IA." 1 1 A it i ,.r.i.,
V. Mil l ek, Administrator.
Attorney. oct. li.'ib iw
Triinmiiii; Silks and n lull lino ofTrim
mine's l'or Ladies' Dresses and Coals ut Clark
IllA J, 1'KAI.EIl, I
M, Kate Laiiuauuii, VCotnruItl
ANMt L, Mcllr.Niiv. J
All that is left the Itcntibllcatis of l'enu-
sylvania to contend lor is the election of
Jack kehoe a emdyer as uovernor, and
rotten Cameron Legislature, No wonder
lhlr enthusiasm is to great.
Hoots nnd Shoes cheap at McKinney's.
Ladies' and flenls' Underwear at 70 centB
the set and up at Clark & oil a.
Cramiiton's l'alm Soan is the best laun
dry soap In this or any other market. For
sale by Jacob II. Maize. may 18-3w
McKinneya Shoo Store below Court
lllack Cashmeres and in colors nnd with a
limit variety of prices and styles at Clark &
Try it lluy it
Palm l'alm l'alm Soan
At Jacob II, Maize's ut Jacob 11, Maize's.
llibbons, Ties, Uuches, Hows, Harks, Silk
Handkerchiefs, and as large a variety of Fan
cy tioods as are to be found in Town and at
the very lowestiprlces at.Ulark v Wolt a.
If there is any special shade of Oermau-
timu Wool you waul call al Lutz & Sloan's
unu get It at M cents per ounce.
Ladies' readvinnile roala of the best fit
and make with a new line of Heaver cloths
just received at Clark & Woll's easy store.
Hubbers at MolCI nney's.
Democrats, let no one move you to vote
against your own ticket. No reasonable tit-
jectinn can be urged against the candidates
of the Democratic party.
LINDSEY'S BLOOD SEARCHER
I. li-t (I..I.U lllwwl KuitH fl II., af
' And sll'llliMMl 4l'-ssa iim14 lulu wouiii
fill iHiwria, lui m III.IU.I Islltasuaitulri,
orliasllll. H.sJ " II cuf.d dis to at Utruf.
yl.B-. K brkt. iitmwlii. u. --II fut.s
u .hi d of rittiislu n. K faMsr. imt
' iiu,i, fa. Inc. II. H. A. SLLI-Le A 111-,
I .uu'l. enubuiili, I a. SU4 ia ttnggiit Hid
aw m, 'Is-lj
Good Oerinantowii Wool 8 cents jitrouncfl
at Ulaik iV Woll's.
Crampton Ilrothcr's l'alm boap at Jacob
11. Maize's. It is the best. Try it.
AeliuUsiou free at Mclvliiuey's.
First quality of zephvr-tluisbed Gorman
n Wool at 'Clark Woll's.
Call at McKinney's lor Shoes.
213 February Term
John v. Evans
J, c. fmith.
Noticu in herebv trUon that tho hiiUnCjnf the fund
ri'm.iliiliifln th( li.md-i nf llie Sht-llIT. lo Wll : 1 10'J M
arl-lnt; Irum Iho s.i1h vt Iho real (Mute or Jert'Mil.ili
C Miiuh, will Yx tllhtrllnitetl lo nnd iimonntthti Jit-n
cri'Uir-ors entitled tiit-reto hv tho iinderblAjiutl. who
n ad uren nppoir.iPfi uu uouur ivi uiuv imrjiuw'.
i iiu Aiiuiiur ii i siL 111 wiL' uiiicu ui .iui n u. rmsc.
Kt-nniri. in lUocin-lmnjon hoturdn. iho Hh Ua of
NovemUT, IsT;, at one o'clock In tno jitumoon. All
K'rHonHiuuink' ciaim-i upnnbaia rumi mo rwiuire'j
o mako their claims know n tiefom said Auditor, or
uo aeoanva trom coming in on said runa.
ihnwi it. .1 4i!krmi
OCt. 11, 'T8-4W
io matter of the estate of Daniel Yetter.
Ttie uiuleistffncel, Auditor appolnte-il by tlio Orphans'
uouri or emuiiiuiu ui euuiiij 10 uibiiiuuie iiii.u-i in
lianas of the administrators of said di-ceilent anionc
lielrs and purtlt-H enllllua thereto, estll attend to
the duties of his appointment at theotlice of Charles
el, Harkley In Hloouisliuri:, ou halurday, the vttid.iy
or ,-soeniier, a. ii., isis. hi it-n o'ciock u. in., ai
u hlch tlmo and plaeu all parlies lnlercstcd may at
tend If they lUlnk proper.
i-.se-'l. n.. sjitr,
llloomsburg, oct. 11, '7S 4w. ,
Tho attention of the travelllne puhllo Is respect
fully Invlte-d to 8-'ine of the merits ottulstrreat high
way. In tho cunrtdent as-serllon and belief that no
other line can oiler equal Inducements as a route ot
through travel. In
Construction anil Equipment
atanriapnnf.-R.vdtv nt, the head or American railways
The track Is double tho entire lcnirth of the line, of
ntppi rntls laid on heavy oak lies, which are embed.
ded In a foundnlou ot roek ballast eighteen Inches
tr. d-pth. All bridge's are of Iron or stone, and built
upon Ihe most approved plans. Its n.iAseuiter cars,
while eminently safe and substantial, nro at the
same time models of comfort and elegance.
THE SAFETY APPLIANCES
tn ip p.,, thu on., ii-pii iiiuMrnto the f.ir.spi'intr ami
llbersl pulley or usmanaLreini-iii.ni in-i-uru.uii-n nu
which the utility ouly ot an Improvement and not
us cosl lias neen ine uuesiiuu 01 luusimmiwui
Amonc many may oo uonccu
THE BLOCK SYSTE1I 07 SAFETY SIONALS,
JAUKEY COUPLER, EUFFE1. and PLATFOKM
THE WHAI.T0W PATENT SWITCH,
rfti-tniiif in pnninnfitnn lth a wrfect double trflCk
and road-bed n combination of saft'iHMiardsai:alnt;t
accidents which hao icuotruu iuviu pruviit,-aj uu-
Pullman Palace Cars
aro rua on all Express Trains
I'rom New VorU, l'lillnilelpliln, llnlllmori' nml
To Clili'iiiio, Cliieinniill, l.onlsellle, Initliiiinlmlli
Ittlll 1. I.uiua,
and to all principal points In the tar West and foutl
-,,i, tuo piim piiiiiur,-or 1-t.rs. t'onneetloiis are made
In 1'uton Depots, and are assured to all Important
l'BN XS YLV AN I A ItOUTE
ij nimitrf.! tn I. tumumivsHod In tho world for trrnn
dctir, licauty and arlety. superior rcrrehlinient ra-
UHCIlllVC, aim II IS llll im-ttuiuit: iroun vuai w
t lie i t'l.iisjiauia j.uinuuu uiuai .uuu
Liverpool. London andUlubo...
Fire Association, Philadelphia ,
Farmers Mutual ot Danville
Homo, New York,
As tho atrenclos are direct, policies arp written for
ho Insured without any delay in tho office at Wooiur-
.warcn Tio.Ti y
ESTATK HI JOMII A WK1 K, UFC I.
Letters Testamentary on tho estate ot Joshua
Drink, late of Henton tonnshlp. Columbia coun
ty, I'a., haeo beeu irruuted bytlio Iteutsier of Colutn
bla eniunty to the underpinned Kxeculora to
wnomaii js-rsous inaenied uro renueste'd to make
linuiedtatH pa menl, und those having claims or de
mands sk'alnst tho Bald cbUiUi mil nf.iko them
known lo tho undersigned Kxecutora wtUiout
1SAAU 1. lllflUKUAUAl,
ho matter of the estate of Jacob Fvrrlateof
piuutauu iu uaiiii, i.uiuiuoi.1 euuuiy, uiceuseu.
The underslKiied Auditor apiKilnted by the
Orpluu'a I'ouit of said county lo make distribution
of the funds In ihu hands of r-.ll. Miller, Admtuls
irator, A.C., will attend lo the duties of his iipisilnt
ineut at t ho ofllce ot Freeze a Ki eriy In t ho tow not
lilo-juisburi; on r-uturday, the n i day of fiovenitiei-,
.sis, ut.ten o'e'ock a. m , v, hen and w here all r
bona liaelnir claims are requested to present Ihe
hauie before the Auditor or bo debarod from com
tui; la for a bharc ot said fund.
JOHN (I. FltKEZK.
oct I "JS-lw AudlUir,
Ho sure to see Clark & Wolfs steel: of
goods before you buy. You'll make by it,
lioot headquarter at Ala Kinney's.
matter of the account nf ileorirn w. rorrpii
anu m. ii, weaver, fcxecuiors ol eieoruo wea
The uuderblvued Auditor appointed by the or
phans' Ikiurtof the County of elumbla to dlstrlli
utolhe balane'e In Ihe hands of the uecouutanu.
amwiu llw parlies entitled thereto, will meet all
parties Hitereste'd fur IhepuriiosH of hit appoint
ment at Ms law ofllce In liloomsburf on w, dnesday
the Voth day ot Novrmtajr, A. u 11-' ul leu
o'clink a, lu, of bald dty.when und where oil parlies
may pit-bent their elalms luforo the auditor If Ihoy
Ihlnk proR-r. or bo debarre'd fruui comiui: lu fur a
biiare or bam man.
oct. I3,';s-nv Auditor,
the Columbian Offici
A 1'LEASING AND MEMOltAULE KX-I'liHIENCi:.
Tlekels for sale nt the lowest rates flt the Ticket
onioin of Iho company In all Important cities and
I. I'. FAIIUEII,
Oe'l l'assent'iT Ayent,
J, K. t-IIOEMAKEIt, I'aas. Asent Middle Dlst..
la North Third ttreet, llarruburi;, 1
fcb. 1, Ts-ly.
For hlnklni; spellB
tits, dizzlnisvi, palplta
,ttoQ and low spirits, re-
y on nop hurts.
"Head of, rrieiire alio
iilh of Hon luiiers. aud
you til bo uronifilieal
uy and uappi.
"iJidleb do you vanl(
t? bo sirni er, licnlthv
ind beauiifui 7 'inen
ise Hop I mic in,
"The rrentett appe
'.cr. btimi.iclt. tdood auil
iver rei;uuiur II u
Rdltors. hankers and
Udles.net'd Hop llltten-
"Hop Hitters has re
-tored to bobrletv nnd
leallh, perfect wrecks
I on btn sr
, 19 DUU,UUU
KKI KEsKriln TUB r UUAJ " la
AMKIMCAN INSUKANCE COMPANIES:
orth American of rhlladclphla, I'a
Pennsylvania of "
armers of l ork. ra.
Hanover ot New York.
Manhattan or "
onice on Market street .no. o, nioomsourc, i-tv,
oct. !il, 'TT-ly.
AGENTS, HEAD THIS
..,;,. " "iirji otiisnpermoatkaaa
esi-nses, in n'low a irsfl e-iimmlsston va sell oor
new andyotidi-itul tareuuons. . mesa wSit7?i
bay. Ad ireis, without delar, 0
Sll KKMAN t CO.. Mr. hall, Mlstilirit,
" not. SR. 71-iw.
o,.7l,T'. ?"T In errry i-huiiIj- f.r .r ta. a-tusrr.irdr.iii,iii-stiaas.
'iins Is a rar. rujilS
f' r.iritw- eu.pi meat rmr. l.lucrafemtjTS
SiXfi Aor, -'LTATKI creulsr., pvtS
terms t foil paritculsni. aonrtu
E. I, tl. itMi'Bi.s,
I IOI ( l-s.lt .rrH, I'fc'laalrlakl. ra ,
l n't J., '7I-4W.
There l no cnmnirivm iioIwhuii it .j ti.
noil n!on iclhiLT ii rou tiiuij.f itui-.t .t
nrw-riorttt all other eternal iem('dtes iQClu4Ij5f
inlmpi.l . a nil ,Iia il-.ii.i .. . J
llCnntalD. Dew lumtli'liMl ppr.i,ta whi,!fM
ilnstlon with rulibiT, ixis-.ss the inu.tei'ranriU-l
nirj urn re-iienriK, strrniheulni; snd ouraHrtl
propsrties Aay I'nysii Un In our orn leealiir Willi
:nnnnn ins iiio'i-.i.iemei!. lor i,au, nukJ
Ithe matissi. Fein, is trajitn... i,,.,n
Neclested I'olds and I'o.gtia, iiujsihI ildieTM
Ah'-Kiplnirpoush. sffecUonsof Ihe heart and aUlJ
un .in w iiii u.r iui pitai ra ar i us..d. if. t .tamnlv
niels-si kuoii remedy. Ask for He-nsoa'3 eu
i-iue rorous I lasipr and taLo nn am.- ut a..
iiruwl ,ts I'riee cts. Ht-nt on r -etpt ot prtCl
ly b abuij i johnson, t matt hire ei, New Tortl
Throurth Itajrsed Holes neeel o tenner offend Vt
eye, or children's romly s-h.ri.bp ilin-n nrr.T on
that account, when otherwise but Uttlo worn. Tn
rolleetton Dron.ptly made and remitted. Office
onposlto Catave lssa Deposit llank. m-S3
,. II. Abbott. W. II. Kbawn.
AIIBOTT & HHAWN.
Town F roperty 1
Tho foltowlni; described property situate on Iron
street In the Town ot Hloomsburinlll b exposed
to public silo nt one o'clock p. m. on
SAn'l!I)AY, OCTOHEK 2G, 1878,
Hounded on tho eat by Iron Btreet, on Ihe north
by let of .lohn IloopT. on Hie east by an allej and
onthe south by lot of Vrs. llary CUton, onhlch
are erecteil a two-story
I'l'iuiit; Dtvclllui; House,
on Iron s'reet, and a dwelllnj house lo the rear on
alley, tho simo belnir SI feet front d ttl feut ileep
more or loss anil 40 feet on alley.
Terms made knou on day t RT EVaNB.
OCt. 4, '7S-IS
MILLIONS OF DOLLARS
aoa of the lm' cottn,JTi "y Uie tatTOtHiC'.
""COPPER AND SILVER TIPS,
and they are applied chleflr to children's hear
sh's, "3ny 1'arents objectlnp to the look. af
nl Tlpisi on
AU such villi bo happr to know that this oomnaaT
have at last perfected a '
which adds lo the bpniilr .fib. Kkar Ik.
toe rcmalnlnir neat until the shoe la worn out. '
Thr.e Tip. nrr 4 A. ft. T. CO.
The more costly the hl-oe th more important
'lip. as It at lesst doubles the weans rilue ,r tVl
t-hnv PAlIlivrs! buyBoCnlldreu'a ?hoes wlfK
nut ih. Metm or this nice Hlack Tin, and thnVredu?B
your thoe tills more than one half, reemee
Ask your Shoe Dealeiis for Them.
Ct. S3, 1
O'l r,,N.cT c-,",s wl"i name, inc., l-ialo or Gold.
jj,e) lSOstjles. Ast'soutntlic. Ilnll t Co.. Hudwt
d P.-I. 11 1U aav
I'n.an,,-1 I'., ,1.- 1,1 1 1- mn I v'a.u tii.k aiu
and will oonipie-te-ly eh. nye the blood In tne euln
isteia lu tliree months. Any person who will tetke
i pin e-ae-n t.i''hi from 1 to 2 wet-ki may be restDreal
e-d to sound health, r tuch a thu e be ixitwlbte. Y&UX
by mill fork letter klsinps. I, b. JOUNSON JtOeX,
UanirorMe. u 90,11,14
"JVHi will lie paid for
,ioin that Hon Hitters
lll not cure or help."
"Hop Illttere builds
IP, blreuetliens Slid
ures coiilinually Iroui
ihe Ilrsl dosu.
"Fair skin los) e hecks,
ind the s i elest breath
in Hop Hitters."
"Kidney and t'rlnary
t oiupiaiuip ui tan muii
ivrnianently cured b)
"Sour stomach, slek
ueadsehe and dizziness,
Hop Hllti ra cures ullh
a lew dObcs.'1
"Tako Hop Illltera
ihree times a dav and
urn v.lilhavt-00 doctor
ollU lo pay."
I'UBTKhS, AO., All.,
ieatly anil Cheaply printei at tti Coi.Uil'
The under-tcned executor .f ttie esUM ot fkrU.
i .,.?, xiimiin mwiKhtn. Columbia otiunr
ty, I'ennsilvanla, deceased, will itae te p11
bale on the premises ou
Saturday, November 9, 1878,
at ten o'clock a. in., the followlus described ivales.
late hltuale In said townbhlp of Minui n whinh .
cedent resided, bounded and df sent i as fellows j
outluiea'tbylhe townot UlBlnvUle onlkesoath
by land of W lllbiin Hrown. dtwav and Maria w oil,
p ,i..7 up.i i,v iniul or Usru Wof and villlltai
llrowu, and ou the noith by tti busquebsana
78 Acres and 150 Perch) I
btrlct measure, more or leas, sll Improved land.
IhroiiKli Mhl'h IheNonh A West Branch Hal roi
pasoe-b h UU rlk-ht of v ay, on which are erected a
I.rit'K IMvillIni? IIouif,
a Frame Hank llarn. Wncon Khed aa Carrtate
IIOUs", 111111 enner oui-nuuuiiikn .uu uu nuiau in a
neier-fallliiif vrellol water and a (iooDAmaOica-
Also, one either piece nf land In the same township
iKiuuded on the north by land of lianlel A. Hess, on
the e'Ht by VMdlain Hrown and Mana Wolt. and on
tne south and west by Mepheneiearhari, conislnlof
,r0 Acres and 113 Percluv,
strict ineasure.more or less, about 85 teres nf widen
la eieured uud balanco isell Umbe-red. 'Ihere Is
never f.nilni: eprlng of water on this tract,
Ti.hus oi-t-iiK.-U.ooo to 1 paid on the strtkla;
donn eif the properly, one third of purchae money
to lie paid al tho deceabo of the widow of decedent,
interest to her annually, and balance lo tn paid la
three eiiual annual puj mints, Interest from April 1,
"""' N. B.CnEAKV,
oct, 3, UH Eie-outor.
iauitl4 iifnr thkt JUtn't JI i
tci; I4 kralU.!!.. )rkB.
Utt tt C. At JttiMwt Jt C., Ufr., Nlvri.ttr. T
U. K. WAltl)Li:tJruiraI.kt.,",l'b1luJIik!A.
ct. u, 6-w 4
he matter ot the eiceptlons to the asronnl at
.1. II. Heller. Ktoculer of Jokn Michael cte-
The underhlifned. appolnte-d Audttar by the Court
on exception to the ubore aeouuat will Ml at All
oniisi In llloonibburi,' on t-aturday. November nd,
Ists at ten o'elock a. m , for the purvsibe f his ap
potntment, wheu and whereall itrbonaluterebUsl
may attend If Ihey bee proper.
oct. 4, 18-4W Auditor,
Ucan make nioneyTsster ttwerkfor us than
any thlnf else Capital not required; we will
blurt ou. Ill nr day at home made by the
ludubtrloua. Men. womea, boys and fflrbi
wanU'd everywhere ti work for us. Now Is Ihe
lime Coolly culm and terms free. AddmTri: i
S Co., AugUbt. Maine. Mmh W, 1-ly I
Important to Lawyiri,
Jeuilersof Ui Tenee, Kastables. Xiecal.rt, JCA
mlnlstrnors. uuarait, Towmklp ttnee re, od btud
.B9 niei ptierallj,
W. havt on hand a l.r.-o sssertuieat ct legal,
kltaksfor the uv, of nor js, Justices euid lAi
Ubl.'s blanks of all kinds, .Tut. snd ittcelpl kWM
for Admtnittratoi s Ac.
t-kll't 1. 1 UT.
Precipe f.r piihuraoas,
" " ri. ra.
" " Rule lo lake Defwlil.ns.
ceata apiece, r 11.16 per huadrsd.
rttltloi for Appointment vt (luardlan.
.. .. llutlPl
Narr In IfM. with euaresslou,
4 ce ats each or I3.M tiei hundred.
I'etltlo for bale eif Ileal Kstate t cei.u raeh,
Fubririms, biimni.ns, V sirs nit, kiecuttoat, MA
'.S - - ceata eac.
Illue Peeds , m .. m'
1'urchrnent IHeds .,, . ..
Aerns'lnenl-s , ,.H ,, ( .. ..
(irphann I'oort hales .. Seforll U
Constable b Sales ,......., ,, a ctuta eib
Norreaire- and leond i .. -
All kinds of Note-s... ...... i m
liro'lpm, Notes, school (irders, roor Orders, scorn
Orders, neatly bound, ceutkiitly on hud. or meadk
to order on short notice.
We are prepan-dto do neater job work tbAa aa
other omee In tkis county. . -as,
Idltora and li-oprtetora
JXKt L' lOHW NOTICE.
(sink or faivkaa uhlba, ctcn.
Utle-rb ustumentaty ui the estate cf (leorn
Miller, late U JilDiln townbhlp. colambi cS,
ra., amin i.ru iiawiv vj me jteuier ox I v-
lumbla county, lo the iuidersli:ntd Haecutorv
olMaln twp., lu obom all ron lodebu-d, 'an
requeste-d te make liumedlate pa mealy and ttusia
i arulru iho sAld n
i tho u0aaif,e.ed V
Iiaing fiaiuiB'jr ui-iuiuiuh H'turw i huii rwt4M4