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A C K A W A N N A A, I)I.OOMSIlUnn HAIL IMAD
Accommodation Train,,.., .. 6.t A.M. S.ooa.M,
Mall Train 7.39 A. M 4.49 P. .M
Jixprcss Train 1.S7I". t. 11,43 A. .M
0ATAW1S3A KAIL I10AD.
Accommodation Train e.ss A. M. 7,80 1'. M.
Itogutar Ktpnun 4.00 p.m. 11,41A.M.
Throngh nrson Express train either to New Vorl;
or rhllaetolphl. Accommodation tram runs between
Catawissa nnd Wllltnmsport.
Camiiri AMD Iti.O0Msnciiii. Leal 0 Catnbra Monday,
HVdnenlay nnil Friday at Oiwn.m., nrrlvoat
Hloomsburg by il:3oa.m. ..e.ive nionmsbiirgon
same days after nrrlvil of l'.ii:ailelplila mall.
Hlooiisbckii ami 1 AiiinsMi.i.K, Leave I-nlrdiVlllo
Tucsilo" Tliursdiy nnd saturd.iv nt T:.ni a. m
nn Iving at Wonmsbtirg by 12 m. I,cnvo Hlooms
burg on same daj s after arrival of Pnrladelphla
mall The stage lino terminates at.Mlllvillc.
llrnton nnd llloomsburg. A dally Rtnge line leaving
Denton In tl.o morning nnd returning In the eie
ntng of tho samo da'.
Viiitr 1UU, and Iiloomshiro. Leave White Hall
'1'upsday, Thursday and Saturday at C:3i a. in.,
nrrh In? at Illonmsbuo-by in a. m. Iavc Hlooms
burg on samo dajs aner arrival of l'hlladelphla
llKNro-e and IH.iOMsnnuo. Leaves Ilenton Monday,
Wednesday nnd Friday at 8 a. m.. arriving nt
Hloomshurg at '2 p. m. Leaves, Muomsburp; Tuei
div, Tnursdaynnddnturdayats n. in., airlvlng
At iifntouatup. m.
The date on the printeil slip pasted on your
paper shows to what time t ho paper is paiil for.
Tlicrfe namei and late are printed on lonjr;
fheetii, nnd cut oil' and parted on witli a mail
ing machine, each week, As each sulwcriher
pay?, the da'o is changed cn the slip in pencil,
and ihe corrections made unnlhlj-. Itsjiue
limes linppcin therefore that the change does
not appear on the paper for two or three weeks
after payment, and e are often notified hy suh-scriber-i
who think Ihe omiiion to eiiange at
once is a mistake. ThU explanation N made
po (hat all nmy understand why the change does
not appear iniintdialely. It is n good deal of
trouble to make the chnnges and much more
convenient; to make nil ihe changes for the
month at ono time, than to make each one as
they occur. if
M. A. Ammerman, Administrator of John
Kveiand will sell real estate on the premises in
Kiahingcrcel; toivnhip on Saturday March loth
at two'o'clock p. in.
Andrew Laubaeh and Rachfl A. Hess, Ad
ministralors of Alexander Hess will ofler Ihree
valuable tracts of lind for sale in Sngarloaf
lown-liip on Saturday March 22nd at teno'dock
a. m. on tho premises.
' J. M. l!eifhline,Adminislratorof John iiei'h
lino lalo of Ilenton township, will sell realeilalc
premises on Thursday March 20th 1S7
nt 10 o'clock a, m.
Xcxt Monday is St. Patrick's day.
A number of clergymen will arrive on Mon
There will be an adjourned court on the 29lh
inst., for motions and arguments.
Rev. John Graham of Krie preached in the
Kpiscopal church ht Fridiy night.
lievs. Zihnerand Kescmlen exchanged pul
pits on Sunday.
t'lii'iv Jackson's iiest sh eei n Tiibnero.
Wantkd. 200 tons of good Hemlock Hark
by Silas Young, Light Street. Feb. 21 4 w
A large deposit of iron oro has recently been
discovered near Tapton, lltrks county.
Col C. O. Jackson lias been appointed quart
er master general on Oovernor Iloyt'a stall,
Persons indebted to this ufliee for advertise
ing ami job work will please fettle before April
K. A. Uuckalew will move into tho house
now occupied by D. A. lleckly on the 1st of
Col. C. Q. Jackson of Ilerwick will scak at
the Wednesday evening meeting of the Con
ference. There will bo a prayer meeting at 0 o'clock in
the morning at the M. K. Church each day dur
ing the Conference.
Wooden sidewalks in many parts of the town
are in bad condition. They idiould be repair
Clean 1111 vour yards now. All vegetable
matter should be removed before it begins to
throw ofl'unhealthy odors.
Tho nexl Sherili's sales will be held on the
7l 1 1 , nt Illooniibiirg in the morning and at
Catawissa in the afternoon.
Petition and bonds for tavern and restaurant
licenses for sale at this office, 23 cents a set.
III be sent by mall on receipt of 31 cents in
stamps. Mar. 1 1 2-w
John liurnsidc, who has been for ceveral
months past in Delaware, returned last week,
lie does not Ihiuk much of his speculation
Wo have had our say on tho public printing
; question, As wo have since seen nothing to
I answer and no occasion to answer it, wo have
I not done o
Tho Journal, under tho management of Mr.
J. h. Itichnrdson, is making a vigorous fight
in tho causo of temperaiicc. May its ellbrts bo
abundatitly rew nrded.
Tho members of the l!loomburg Silver Cor
net Hand proposo giving a Social Hall, nt
llrowcr'g Hall, on Monday night of next week,
Ker)body is invited nsu "hugu" timo is an
ticipated Tim Stkiimko Hook Covkii. Wo havo
purchased tho right to use these covers in this
county, and lmo 011 hand nn assortment of
fcues. They make tho neatest und most con
venient form for doing up noto heads, letter
lieads, bill heads, notes, checks, Ac , and n
cover will be given uway with every order oi
1000. Try it once nnd you will not do with
out it. It is tho best thing of the kind ever
invented. Cull and examine.
A WORD OV OA0TIOK.
For some years past we Inyo somewhat sev
prely crltfcir.nl n poitlon of the management
of our Agricultural Society. The premiums
for the real nrodiictlto inttn-fliti nf nttt AMin
havo betn trifling, and favoritism universally
dlsphycd In the selection of committed. Con
tests as to stloctlon of officers nt annual elec
tions have been moro the result of it combina
tion of local, political, nnd selfish Interest", than
llio good ot tho Association or people who pat
ronUolt. Tho surplus Is loaned nt random,
No permanent Improvements are made, The
money received Is taken away mainly by jock
eys nnd strangers. The prnctlve is not only
Immoral but Illegal j nnd we are suprlsed that
It should he fostered In a Christian communlly.
It brings to our town a debauching class of
mtn, who gamble on races, with the mere anal
omy of horses. To show that the practtcj Is
illegal we give the following extract from a re
cent decision by Juilgo Kiss 1
"Horse raring under section 1 of the act of
AFsomblyof 1820 Is dechred ,1 nuisance. All
wages and Lets depending upon such trials of
pecu,-sociiieir'liorsoraciiigln reality, and
aH executory contrads In relation thcrelo, nre
turn miner seci on J 01 t Mat net. nm 1 .
entered on such raojs nre forfeited. A purse
trolled for Is mmhll 111? II ml tip I tin Iiujj nr !....
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V-vniiH. The winner cinnot recover itm
linni, purse, Hakes or prize unless llic company
liooses to nav him. Tho hrrs ,fn.l. ,..i.,.
ant is forfeited j and tho whole arrangement is a
palpable evasion of tiie law. lint there can be
11 evasions of the laws against gambling, as it
is bren well ruled In Wngonscller vs. Smith, 7
Hilt the law rr(iet sllll fnrlhpr. mul ll.a.T.,.1
Constables, and (Irani! Jurors should make n
note of il, as well as Agricultural Societies, and
uiiors, nocauso ignorance ol the law will bo no
xcine. The Sixth section , film ai .rtiw
provides, "Ifnny person or persons within this
taie snail print or cause to be printed, set up
r cause to he ' t up, nny advertisement men
loning the time and idice for rnm,!,,..
paring or trolling of nny horses, mares or gelli
ng', or ehsll knowingly snhvran advertisement
is nforesiid to he set tin. in or imnn hl. bar .,f
their divclling house.or authorize or shall know
ingly sutler the same to remiin mi , nrnrD,.:,i
any person so oflendlng shall forfeit and pay
uuiuinoijai, nils section nnil the first, of
the same ncl, are especially worthy the attention
11 me managers or tlieso societies. Tho first
eel ion declares that "nil mnnlm. ,n
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trotting of horses, mares or geldings for money,
goods or chatties, or other valuable things, shall
be and are hereby declared to h mim nnl.,n.
ces and offenses against this Stale; and the
authors, parties, contrivers nnd abettors thereof
man ue prosecuted anil proceeded against by
indictment.'' All constable nrn l.nnnit fr r..-
turn common nuisances, under oath, at tho next
sessions, nnd these statutes are in full force and
vitality. We have cited lliem as a wirning,
and a word to the wise is sufficient."
DEATH Ol' K. W. FULTON.
Edward W. Fulton, agent of the Philadel
hia & Heading railread company at ltnncrl,
died at Iiis home In that place on Sunday morn.
ng at 9 0 clock, of cancer 111 the stomach, after
a protracted illness. His age was twenty-eight
years. Kvery family in ntlliction of Ibis kind
las the sympathy of the community, but a sad-
ler instance of bereavement has never come to
our knowledge than the present one. Mr.
Fulton was married on tin- 10th of October lSTii
to Miss Lizzie, daughter of J. II. Harunn of
Hiipert. He was robust and hearty, and the
pair had the prospect ol a long and happy life
before them, in a pleasant home, surrounded by
friends and com torts. For several months past
Mr. Fulton has shown strong symtoms of dis
ease, and a few weeks ngo the doctors pronounc
ed his ailment t j he cancer ill the stomach, an
uourable disease. While Mrs, Fulton watched
anxiously at the bedside of her dying husband,
heir infant son nnd only child was ntlacked
with croup and after 11 short illness died, and
was buried on Sunday the 10th of February
This second visitation of the dark messenger
eaves her a widow and childless just at the
opening of what promised hut a short time ngo
to be a bright future, Truly her cup o( bitter
ness is filled to overflowing.
iV post mortem examination was held on
Monday by Drs. Mclvelvy, Htb;r nnd Hobbins,
resulting in the discovery that there had been
no mistake as to the ciuse of death. The funer
al took place on Tueslay afternoon at two
o'clock, when the remains were buried in Kjse.
mont Cemetery, attended by a large concourse
Mr. Fulton was a genial companion, an up"
right citizen, and mi affectionate huband, His
ntimely death is mourned by the entire com
Pursuant to notice by county Supt. Snyder
the schools of Mt, Pleasant township assembled
at; Kitchen's church on Saturday 8lh inst.
Prof' Canfiebl of Orangeville Academy opened
Ihe exercises with prayer. Music wis next in
order. Miss Oertio Harder and Miss hena
Kline of Hohrsburg first grade school assisted
at tho organ. Mr. Snyder then stated Ihe ob
jects of the institute. He said he knew of no
better way to roach the parents than through
such education meetings. Prof. Canlield then
took up the subject of grammar and gave his
method of teaching it, after which tho Supt.
formed a class In reading from the various
schools which read with more than ordinary
ability. Afler music the institute adjourned 'till
1 o'clock p. m. After the well filled baskets of
refreshments nnd the adjoining farmers boun
tiful tables had been disposed of, the institute
was ngained called to order, after which the
pupils from Ikeler's and Kitchen's schools
entertained the large audience with appropriate
leclamations and essays. After this time Mr
Snyder then took up some important subjects on
education which he explained very accurately,
and after this Mr. Canlield spoke on the dif
ferent branches. Then Mr. Snydjr spoke on
uniformity of text books und necessary new
buildings in said townships and urged upon the
board of directors present the importance of
their imperative duty. We hope his remark.
will have a beneticisl effect. After singing the ex
It. C. Kestch.
iV pirty of Wllliauisport gentlemen repre
senting the city and tho bondholders came down
011 Monday and presented themselves before
Judge Klirell. A request was presented .to the
Jude, asking him to release the money now
In Ihe city treasury, in order that tho various
employes of that cily may receive their pay.
According to the figures given the court by
Clerk Hunnell, it will require not less than$21,-
000 to meet Ihe necessary running expenses of
the cily till Sepl. next, the lime when tax will
begin to come in on the new duplicate. Mr.
llenlly presented an affidavit declaring llmt
$1,000 would be bulficlent, but said he was will,
ing to allow $0,000 to be applied to that pur
pose. Solicitor Watson argued that none of the
funds in the treasury could be spared ; that the
extra duplicate had been prepared, as ordered
by Ihe court, to raise this interest money. The
court then made the following order :
And now, March 10th 1S70, ordered that the
treasurer of Ihe city of llllaiil-iort bu allowed
and is hereby directed to pay the costs 011 this
c.i'L' out of nny money In Ills liatuls.
11 i, uwiu, r, j.
The costs required by this order will be abou
$311, The treasurer is nho restrained from
paying the Interest em bonds under No, 200
which is now due fur March, amounting to over
$5,000. The Jinlno will, in a few days, make
an older in reference to the rtqueet presented to
THE COLUMBIAN W'mMoXimiLoOAiSBUHG, COLUMBIA. COUNTY, PA.
At Ccntrnlin. on Wednesday nvpnlnir. IliA Alh
Inst., n little danghter of .Tnmei Dougherty wm
ourneu to (tenth while playing with lire.
It co.t Mtijor Kloli ?400 to havo ihe Iptrnlitv
.of the Montour counl cnngrssslon.il rsturn
icsien in tho courts of II county. 8.1 ho says
Mauth Chunk Democrat.
The Misses Derrlckson will remove to Joddo.
Luzerne county, soon. Tho rooms now ocnmlnl
by thtm have been rented by S. A. Wilson, who
win move Ills grocery there on the 1st of April
A hill making It a nilsilemconor for minors to
procure intoxicating drinks hy misrepresenta
tions as to their age, or otherwise, has been in.
Induced In tho Legislature. It ought lo pass
I'.x-bheriffltolirrt P. Linlon, of Johnstown,
eiroppeit ilenl on the mai.i street of tint place
on Saturday, He was seventy five years olJ,
nnd had been Iwiceilected Shcrlft" of Cambria
I he peculiarity n'lout the A. S. T. Co., Illnck
Tip i lint children's) line trH to which they
nre applied, not only to wear Iwliv as loner, but
they re.ily add (0 the beauty aud finish of the
CI irk .t Wolf have disiolved partnership
Mr. Wolf going out of tho husinps), H. I!,'
CI irk has become a-sjclated with his filher,and
the new firm Is H, J, Clark k Son. Wo wish
The Wilkesbnrro Record, computing from tho
number of tanblcs, c-timnlcs that Luzerne
County now hns n population of lill,(s,or3:ll
moro thnn tho combined population ofl.uzcine
nnd Lackawanna in 1870.
Wo learn that D. W. Ilnbhins
from tho m ell known Importing House ol'W,
s.I S Pernne, of Philadelphia 11 fine lot of
mportcd Ales nnd llrown Stout which ho of
era nt reduced prices. mar 7-2w
Pallor books fur ibp Kimrpmn flrtn.l Bn,l
pimphlits of all kinds are a siieis'sllv nt il,i.
office. We have greater fictlitie for lint kind
work than any other office In ihe comity, ard
r rates are as low as the lowest-
We litre just received from the Fashion and
'atlern House, of Philadelphia, a copy of t Ii 0
'Metropolitan." Any of our lady readers do
irous of having the latest fashions wt 1 receive
lie "Metropolitan" gratis by sending her ad.
Ircssto J. O. Itimsdtll, 1113 Chestnut St.,
Work must bo plenty. Thus far only one
man has asked to have his name announced as
one who cm be engaged to do cleaning up,g ird
cuing and general work. We f.;ar that there
are Home who compliln tint they cannot get
work, that will not do it nhen they can gel It.
SjcIi people deserve to have no sympathy.
Several ore teams passed up main street Wed.
nesdjy afternoon, The wagons were loaded
with iron ore, but nt least one of Ihe driver,
had on a cargo of some inspiriting beverage.
lie yelled like an Indian from the top of Sect,
town hill Ihe whole length of M (in street, nnd
there was not a police otlber in town . At least,
ho was not arreted.
F;shlngcreek is high nnd still rising. Tin ice
is moving in the river. On the West liranch a
gorge formed nt Farrandsville en tho 11th inst.
extending n distance of three miles, and piling
the ice up thirty feet high. The track of the
P. E. railroad was ten feet under water, ice
and drift, and Ihe telegraph poles were swept
away. Trains were detained at Lock Haven.
How do lliPSP fn-tir,'., mmnnrn ? A ltlil
scute paper having a circulation of about 400 in
me ouuiiiy, cnarges c-o.ou lor uoing ihe same
work that a paper having 1500 circul ition chare.
es $0.00 for. And yet that editor whines about
"enormous rates" cliarL'ed by the "old or
gans," for public printing.
Honoi'.aiii.i: Gray Haiiis. Men live to bo
old by watching for the early symptoms of kid
ney trouble, nnd taking the famous Kidney-
U ort in season. Jly so doing they live to bo
honoied when gray-haired. Tho medicine
cures ncuto rheumatism, promotes agreeable
action on the liver and bowels nnd purifies liio
Mr. Charles E. Fritcher, who lias for the past
five yenrs been tho manager of the William
sport Guzrlte and Uiilktin, has purchased n con
trolling interest in the paper. Under Mr.
Fiitcher's management tho Gazette hns assum
ed n position of influence in this part cf tho
From every quarter of the country there como
fivorable reports in regard to business pros
pects. Dry goods, groceries, manufacturing
operations, and, last and ln-t of all, real estate,
which is prognostic.feel the stimulus of healthy
movement anil reviving confidence. The open
ing of navigation will soon add to the activity
Under the stay laws which was enacted sev
eral years ago in the interest of the debtor class
nnd which expired by limitation last fall, the
.Shelf! of this county, Mr. Strine, realized about
six thous mil dollars in fees that he would not
have realized had tho law never been passed,
and only ono person who came under his ham
mer took advantage of it. The law was any
thing but success, except for Ihe'Sheriff. North.
Women who delight in talking and gossip
could more reasonably occupy their parts of
speecli by praising Leamou s Dyes made by
Wells, Hichardson Ic Co., Partington Vt. The
excellence of these dyes cannot bo too widely
known. They work equally well with tho
most fragile, fabrics. Get them ut your drug
gists. Some years ago under procedings of tho Or
phans' Court of this county, the real estate of
James Hess deceased was sold hy his adminis
trators to Alexander Stewart of Orangeville.
As part of the land is in Sullivan county ihe
title to that was defective. Mr. Stewart, for a
second time has applied to the Legislature for a
special act to validate his title, lly reference
to tho proceedings of that body, wo observe that
on motion of Mr. Vanderslice the bill was lal;
en up and passed second reading.
P-S. The following from the lie cord has
been handed us.
HllfsK Ol' IlEl'IU'-ENTATlVLS, 1
Fkiuav March 7lh, le'U.
On bill Xo. 208, to validate titles Ac.
On motion of Mr. Vanderslico to call up on
second rending, (out of pln.co) Kniltle said :
Mr. Speaker, I object to this bill being consid
ered ut tho present time. Thero nro two tides
to this question, and I desiro to havo nr. op
portunity of presenting tho rcusou (or my ob
jections before tho bill is allowed to bu consid
I have not nt hand tho record of the court
upon which my objections uro principally based,
therefore I ask that this bill may not bo con
sidered at tho present timo,
27k SjHudcr. Tho gentleman cunpreteut his
argument just ns ncll upon third rending of the
bill ns nt present.
Kniltlo. Very well i with that nndersliind
ing I withdraw my objection.
Why let your II iby suffer nnd perhaps die,
when a bottle of Dr. Hull s lliby Syrup would
at once relieve it and effect a cure. Price
All the collieries of the Philadelphia and
Heading Coal and Iron Company were started
on full time yesterday,;
Tho scsstons nf lho M. E. Conference will b.
gin on TuesiWr evening, Mnrth ISili, at 730
ocl 'ck, Willi a temperance meeting nt the Or
era House, There will ben business meeting
each elay nt U n clock n, in.
On Wednesday si 3 o'clock, imcilng of In
dies' nnd Pastur's Christian Union, nt 7.30
o'clock, Anniversary of ! recdmanV Aid Society.
On Thursday nt 3 o'clock meeting of women's
lorelgn Missionary Society. At 7.30, Ann!
versary of tho Hoard of church extension.
O.i FrMay nt 10,30 missionary termon j at
J p. in. meeting of Snndny School workers
nt 7 30 L-cturc by Her. Dr. Fuwler, admission
fiO, 3"i nnd 25 cents.
wii i3.iiurii.iy ni ,i o ciock p. m. Uhlldren's
meeting j nt 7.30, Anniversary of Preacher's
On Hdnday nt 9 a m Cunferci.tc Love feast.
nt 1030 p. m. scun-iii by llishop lVtrrj nt 3
1 I , . H . .
ii, uruinauon oi r.nersj at i.ijU Anniversary
ol .Missionary Sneitty.
Oil Monday, 'Jl Inst,, at 7.30 p. m. Antiirri
nry of II mil of Education.
,U a stated meeting of Cnlawlssj Lodge NV
2IDF.&A.M, lull Much Ith 1S70 A. L
fiS79, the following resolutions were liuiiiimous'
lv adopted !
in , , , .... . .
n ni.nnAs, our Aimiguiy l ather Jiat'i seen
fit In this tndnltn wisdom lo remove from earth.
ly labor hero below, to sure rest above, our be
loved .brother W, drier (Juick.
Hcmlrcd. that wlii si we bow in himiIiIp snl
mission io Ihe hi I of our Sunrr inn (Irmul Mi..
ter, vie deeply deplore the event which lakes
from us a iruc and faithful member, wno, by his
i, u.jr Miiiie was a ngui ami ornament to our or
V'ciWm. that our warmest svnmil,!j nr..
extended to lho here ived fimllv In this ib,lr
great allllctiDii, nnd we nMiri! them lint r.hllc
iney mourn the loss of n kind nnd ollklionate
hn-bind nnd fither, we mourn the loss of a true
nnd worthy brother,
1'emtial, tint a copy of the above be sent in
each member of the family of nur deceased
brother, and nlso to the county pipers for pub
lication, A. H. Sitent't.Ess, I
W. M. Mo.vueiu, Com.
H. II. Ai.lmicit, )
SltKIUKFS Salks. On Saturday last the
Sheriff sold ut this place the following real es
tate, viz :
John Keller, 200 acres, A. W. Creamer.
John Killer, 1 house nnd lot, A. W. Cream
John Keller, 1 lot, A. W. Creamer, $"i00.
" 1 " ' " $2,-, 00.
John Keller, 1 lots, Joshua Fettcrmnn,
Peter Jones, house nnd lot, Wm. Krickbnum,
P. M. Senderling, house nnd lot, I. & II. H.
William Swisher, farm. Jncob Stine's admin
istrntors, $100 00.
Sclomon Yenger, farm, Jncob Stine's admin
W. E. John, house nnd lot, W. II. Abbott,
According to the call, several persons inter
ested in this work assembled in Corell's Hall
on March 11th.
Convention called to order by Aaron Kesler
nnd the call for a convention read by M. P-
Lntz. A portion of Scripture was read and
prayer ottered by Itcv. O. D. S. Marclay.
Tho convention luen organized by electing
Hev. O. D. S. Marclay Chairman nnd M. P.
A Committee on Hesolutions were appointed
consisting of J. L. llichardson, Chandler Ever,
Jl. C. Woodward nnd O. A. Potter.
Adjourned to meet nl 1:10 p. in.
Afternoon Seion--Opened with praver by
J, IC. Eyer. Committee on Hesolutions report
ed nnd offered resolutions condemning the li
cense system nnd asking for a total prohibition
of tho liquor tiaffic. J. L. llichardson, J. K.
Eyer and J. O. Huberts were elected delegate,
to the convention to be held at Ilnrrisbtirg
April 23d and 21lh.
Adjourned to meet nt the call of Jthe Secreta
Ax Lmtohtaxt Or.iiEit. Postmaster Gen
eral Key hns recently issued the following cir
cular, which is of interest to all our readers:
'Owing to the rapid increase in the mails
nnd tho establishment of many new post offices
throughout tho country, this department finds
it necessary, in order to secure a rapid trans
mission of the heavy mails now passing partic
ularly over the trunk lines of railroads, to ro
piest the public that in nil casea tho name of
the county ns well ns the post ollico and stnte,
bo superscribed upon letters, newspapers nnd
other mntter forwarded by mail."
$2(K) Hew'aiim. Tho above reward) will bo
paid to any one who will inform tho subscriber
of tho whereabouts of her child or for its rp
turn. Xo questions asked. Tho following is
the description : Tho child is between three
and four years of ngo, light complexion, l.luo
eyes, light hair, two upper front tooth decayed.
lhere was u slight disfigurement of tho neck
on cither side, Ho hud on brown cotton pants,
littlo stiiped shirt, leather shoes with copper
tips, nnd a very dark green jacket. Other pa
pers will confer a favor by copying.
Jilts. Liz.ii: SciiALf..
P. 0. Address, Coudersport, P.i.
THE CULTIVATION Ol' KOSES.
"Hoses on her cheeks,
And a rose her lips."
The best way for ladies to cultivate this rare
species of roses is by studying and practicing
the rules of hygiene, ns taught in the People'
Common Sense Medical Adviser, oily $lo0.
Address the author,.. V. Pierce, Jl. D., Grand
Invalids' Hotel, Uuffalo, X. Y. If suffering
from those painful weaknesses incident to the fe
male organism, uso Dr. Pieico's Favorite Pre
scriptiona never failing remedy for these coin
Tho avenues leading lo mi early grave have
often been opened by a Cough or Cold, Thous.
ands have been cured and saved by Dr. Hull's
Cough Syrup. It is cheap, only 25 cents a bot
A writer in n March mignzino says tho reas
on tho Chinese wear firo buttons on their coats
is scle ly to keep In sight something to remind
thorn of tho five principal inornl virtues which
Lonfucius recommended. Wo always sup
posed they wore five buttons to prevent their
blouses from flying open nnd cxpo-ing n dirty
ehiit. Xow that this question is settled, let
some ono explain why Americans wear two
buttons on tho reur of their fiock coats. It i
certainly not to remind them of any moral uri
nes, for they can't see tho buttons on the rear
of their frock coats. It is certainly not to re
mind them of any moral virtues, for they can't
see tho buttons until they tnko off their coats.
No family should be without (7iW I.inhient
Iodide Ammonia and I tlU, I use them both
Jhe wonderful results 1 have experienced from
their lue, surpasses anything 1 know of in mcil
Icinc. 1 have under my charge a large num
ber of caUlr, and in the various troubles that
horsemen have to contend with, know of notli.
ing so leliablo as Ouii Liniment oijiie .Immon
i'u. 11. C, ScilMlTi!.
South llend Nursery Hartou Co , Kansas,
Sold by all druggists. Send for pamphlet.
120 WeatHroadwny.N, V.
Trial slzo 5 cents.
Tno tlrcnl lllncovcry.
V, Kunkcl's Hitter Wir.o ot Iron. Tor the
weak stomach, general debility, Indigestion,
of the nervous ijtlim rontlpatlon, acidity
stomach and nil cases requiring n tonic.
Hie w Ido Includes tho inott ngieenhlo nod efficient
Sail of iron we possess, citrate nf Magnetic OilJe,
combined with tho mos.t energetic o( ugctaUe ton
lea-Yellow Peruvian lUrk.
Tho effect In many casea of debility, loss of appe
tite, and general prostration, of an efficient Fait of
Iron combined with inluablo Nerve tonlo Is most
happy. It augments llio appetite, raises lho pulse,
talcs off muscular flablncm. removes, lho nnllorof
dcblllty,anet gives n llorlJ vigor to tho countenance.
in you want something tostrenirten you ? Do jou
want a good appetite J Do j on want to build up your
constitution Do oit wautto feel well- Do you
want to get rid of nervousness f lki on want crier.
gyt Do jou want to sleep well 7 Do you want brisk
anci vigorous feelings J If you do. try Kunkcl n Wlno
This truly vnluablo toulo has been thorouzlilj- test-
en Dy nu cinsses of tho community, that It Is now
inaispensiwn ns a ittM medicine. It costs but lit
tic, putlnes the blood nnd gives tone tothostoinaeh,
icnovnies mo sytiem nnil prolongs life.
i no v only nsu a trial ot this valuable) tonic. Piles
i per bottle. K 1'. Kunkil. Polo rrorrlctor. Phila
delphia, Pn. Ask j our Druggist for Kuiikel's llil ter
nine or iron and Inko no other make, (-old only In
1 bottles. All others aio couctirfelt so beware of
r.. rKutikel's Worm Sjrup neier falls to elestroy
in, Seat, and stomach Worms. Dr. Kunkel.ls Ihn
omy suecefcsfui physician In this country for there.
moval of worms. He removes Taio Worm with
bead, nudall complete, allio In two hours.and nofeo
until removed. Send for a clrcularorcallon vour
uruggisiaiid get a bottn ot Kunkcl's Wormsjrup,
price ii, ii ueur rails.
TUK PEOPLKWaST PHOOIV
There is no medicine prescribed by physi
cinns, or sold by Druggists, (hat carries sucli
evidence of its sii(cc"3 nnd superior viittie as
lioseheca Ueiiuan Sjrup for severe Coughs.
Colds fettled on (he breast, Consumption, or
any disease of the Ihroatnnd Uings. A proof
i thai l.ict Is that nny person afflicted, can cet
a Simple Dottle for 10 cents nnd try its ui,Cr.
lor clleci before buying the regular size nt "o
cents, It has lately been introduced in Hit
country from Germany, nnd its wonderful cures
nre ntoni.hlng every one that use it, Three
loses w 1 1 relieve any case. Try it, Sold bv
all druggists. ml so. '78-tf
Hy L'nh erf.nl lernrt!.
AYEn's Cathartic Pii.iji are tho best of all purga
Hies for family use. They nro tho product of long,
laborlo -s, and successful chemical InTcstteatlon.nini
their extensive use, by physicians In their practice,
una ay nu civilized nations, provo them tho best and
most effectual pill that medical Klenco can deilse.
Iielng purely vegetablo no harm can nrlso from their
il. In Intrinsic value nnd curntlin nnnmiin.,u,.
er pills can be comrnred with them, and everrner-
son, knowing their virtues, will employ them when
needed. They keep tho sjstem In perfect order,
and maintain tn t.cnithyiictloti tho whole machln.
cry of life. Mild, searching nnd effectual, they nro
Specially adapted to tho needs of tho digestive ap
paratus, derangements of which they prevent and
cure, if timely taken. Theynre the bist and safest
inj sic to employ for weakened constitutions, whero
a mild, but cUcctU'U calhaitlc Is required.
unit SLK dy A i.i. Dkalkrs.
Spriup; Styles Spring Ooods SpringStylcs.
Call and seo
Tho New OooiK Tho New Styles at the
Cheaper thnn ever.
.Must be seen to bo believed, better goods nt
nt D. I.owenberg's.
Beautiful Silk Hats Xeiv Soft Hn'.s,
Wool Hats, Fur Hats,
For Jlen for Hoys and Children
At tho Popular store of
Spring Overcoats Spring Overcoats,
Cneap, Durable. Neat and 'ew
Just received at 1). Lowenberirs.
New Prints, Jluslins, Ginghams.Tickiiigs,
etc.. at H. J. Clark ei Son's nt the old Mnnd
f Clark it Wolf.
A SEWING JIAOIIINK NEF.DLE
SCISSOHS COM PINED.
The particular nd vantage of this combina
tion is in having a cutter forseverving the
thread at the nearest possible point to the
perator, the. fincel and stronacst needle made.
A complete assortment for all Sewing Jin-
chines for sale onlv by D. A. Creasy, opj o-
)ie me i.piscopai cmircn.
lioot headquarters nt JIcKinney'a.
fry the Eighmio Shirt at Jl. ,1. Clark it
Shoe Store below Court
New Table Linens. Nankins and Towels
this week ut I.utz it Sloan's very cheap.
One Halo of 750 yards of Ktissia C' isli
to be sold nt 7 and 8 cents per yard bv the
piece at H. J. Clark et Son's.
Call at McKinncy'is lor Shoes.
Jloro 0 cent yard wide Jluslins this week
at Lut'z et Sloan's,
Towels, Table Linem. Nnnkins. itc. at
II. J. Clark & Son's.
Hest Syrup in town for IS cents a gallon
Our CorfeCt Department is complete with
all lho new styles and makes, with somo
Hig Bargains in odd makes and sizes to clnte
out at H. J. Clark .t Son's.
Rubbers at JIcKinney'a.
A fine selection of Ladies' Gold Watches
and Chains, both American and imported
by the best makers at ly. Bernhnrd'a Jewel
New Spring iJress Goods iust received at
Lutzet Sloeii's with trimming Silks to match
D. A. Creasy keeps a full line of choice
poods, such ns canned goods, Jcllyp.and sells
cheaper than any one in town. Call aud
II. J. Clark it Son are now offering all the
new r-pring rsoveiues in Hosiery, Collars,
Cull's, Huchlngs, Ties, Bows, llibbous, ite.,
at low prices.
I.utz it Sloan aro (.elllng Appleton "A"
Jiusun yet Jur 7 cents by tno bolt.
Fresh lotnf Oranges and Lemons this week
at i). A, i,rensy s,
Boots and Shoes cheap at JIcKinney's.
DOBBIN'S KLEOTHIfJ SOAP.
Having obtained lho agency of this
for Bloomsburg and vicinity, I append the
opinion of some of our best people as to its
"1 have ued Dobbin'sElcctrlo Soap made
by I. L. Cragin et Co., Philadelphia, Pn.,
(or washing about ten years, and think it
superior to any other. .Mrs. U. U. Jiarkley."
"We have u-ed Dobbin's Electric-Snap nnil
uiiu ic superior io any oilier or ail others.
Mrs. W. II. Jacoby,
Jlrs. B. H. Stohuer.
I desiro nil my friends nnd customers to
tjire tins Soap one Trial,
so that they may know just how good the
jic-h ?uap in me uuucei ciaies is.
J. II. JIaizi:,
July 12, '78-ly Bloomsburg, Pa.
JloreS cent Calicoes just nceived at I.utz
tx Moan s.
Trill it Hcnson oilers his ervlccs as gencr'
al laborer at reaonablo wages,
Admission freo at McKinuey's.
Lulz it Sloan have just received nuother
large lot ol While blitrls,
T ECIAL BLANKS OF ALL KINDS
XJ on uamu at ihe (.cjixwiiian uitic
(iooD. Hm-KSBi.s eiinrrrs, tno txr vard. Ii-nnt.
).l '.'VK. ' l)"iiV-lllit's.'r:iJ',nnd TlllUIK-I'LYCAIl
l'h I Hat equally lo- price nil, CLOTHS, mi widths
from c. per yard.
I'.mE l,'l'''.Al!' II.M per pair, to lho finest IIKAL
ICO and 191 Gixth Avcnno,
Corner lull street, nkV Yoltrf.
nov.j.2 tn-em ntco
..I" !l.K?l.,.,.re'M lorwlP0 'or a simple Vmrta.
Jul?,J,""ttt"1 fcmovu Tan. FliKCkLKis, MM.
I I.KS and liioicties leaving lho skin soft, clear ami
... u,,r,iuvl,mirtn,r 1'ruuuring n mxuri
ant irrow h rif Imironn bald bead orsmiiolh face,
v.. r., ..'"' ou phi 'i', oen eanueirA Co., l
Alin Bt,. N. 1. tiAxo HOY S2, 'is-om
TO CONSU ft. PTIVES.
The advertiser having 1 en permanently rured of
that dread dlsnso. totisumpilrn, ! n Mmrle remc
dy Is ansloiis to mnt,o known to i.is fellow tuner
ers thn rne-ans of euro. To all who desire It hn
will m nd a copy of the prescription used, (freo of
chargo) with directions for pre) arlnganu using tho
same wnlch they will nnd n sure Cure for LVsscMr-
Parttos wlsmng thu Prescription, will please ad
drew K. A. WILSON, 191 Penn st,, W llllamsburg. N.
"co nov, ti, 'is-om
ERRORS OF YOUTH.
A (JENTiKMANWhosuneredforsearsfrom Nervous
fv DrBiUTY 1'iiEMATi'KK Dkcav, and all tho effects
m juuiiiiu, uitiiHiTeiiiin, win ror mn sakenfsulTer
Ing humanity, send flee to all who need It, the reel.
Itiand dlreeilun for making tho simple remedy by
which ho was cured, hiitferers ulshlng to profit by
... mum vuu uu au uy iiuaressing
In perfect continence.
JOHN 11. ouiiKN, 43 Cedar st,. New Vork.
nov. im, '?s-!m nAeo
Dr. Pabcr's Colotrattd
Painless Eomcdv in tha
!,ni!,er,mno."n ,or ' ""S of every kind (lileedlng,
I chins, mind, Inward. Ac.) nad nil diseases ot the
l.'cTuy, w hether recent or long standing, itghes
Instant relef. nnd , nv,i r.,,ii,..,i ,,.'."";
m. i.J j rescrlbf.il by ,nll phjslilaiis who aro ao
ifjalnted with It. chronic cutca readily vleld to It,
.No surgical operation required, try H and relievo
jonrmneilngs. ONLY Hi cents tor a Linos l!i-m
aid:. M nt by mall on receipt of price, t or rale by
all iirriggists. D.J.FABKitL'o.,WAnnt.,N.).
Dauchy & Oo'd. Advt's.
PAltKNTfl. von tir-ed nn !..... .t....... ..
riiiLiiHKN's MioEsUforo they nre IIaip worn, on
account ot Holes luoiini the Toks. Jiither tho
"Or A. M. T. I'd.''
Will Prevent This.
Ask fok tiibsk Shoes when Iluvisu.
march 14, ';a-4nr a
'Benson's CsrciNs Ponous Plaster Is for
lameness or weakness ot tho back.Iiheu-
matlsm,tnndallIo;-a aches and pains, thn best
remedy known. It was lnieriteil to oiercomo
tho slow action of tLo ordinary 1'oruus Plasters
It. rellciespalnnt once, and cures whero otl-er
plasters do not even rellcio. iold crervwhern
by druggists. 1'rlco 23 cents, d mar. H, ';-J w
AN i:."(,'ITIN(J HOOK ! 20,000 SOI.i) !
STANLEY'S OWN STORY
Of kls "Wild Ailvrnlnre." nnd "Trl.i.npli." re
written In the graphic stylo of Hon. .1. T. Mi-inllri,
Is Hie only authentln and rnnvrl.rhtp,!
tion, nnd Is soiling kastr than any other book In
America, dlvcsa rciL iiistoby of IiIs-'Downthe
I.ON110." The press commend It. Purchasers rralso
t. Agents aro eagerfor It, becauso It silus desnlto
bard times. Moro
-rents Wanted 0ri',r,r''Sular,and
llunilAllD mtOTHEItS, rublUhers, I'hlladelrhta.
HOW TO GET THtM bt p ftht tot, ti.ofm.oyo
icrti fur tt.it, tor ite enptj tf ''Knta I'actflo llua
tend," tddrti Lanl CnmlMloDr, SUjl, JUim.
march 14. 's-4w d
BAY A R IJ T A YL0R "nd L&mreS
AllKNTS WANTED. Ser-urn territnrv nt n.,r.o
(iOAkKii City Pea. HocsE, 123 bansoia St., I'hlla.
fell. -2S. 'TO-.W
This (treat Rkin Cure Is WAItHANTRIl tnrnrn
Palt Itliciim, h-cnld Hea-1, OindrulT, Pimples nnd
Uomedones. sold eierynhere. bent on receipt of
price, small boxes oo cents, large tl. Prepared by
weeks K Potter, lloston. Send to tax S'm lor circu
lar and testimonials. d feb. 2S. '73-4W
.lnliiiiiiiN Aiiniline I.liilinent will nosltlvelv
prclent tills terrible disease, nnil ulll iwisiHiHli-
cure nine casea In ten. Information that will sao
many lues sent free by mall. Don't delay n moment.
i lu.e-iiuuu I-, i,e;ier tuan euro, soiu everyubeie.
. -s. .inluisoii A. Co. ItmiKor.-IIaliic
feb. 2s, 19-lw d
U BLIC SALE"
REAL ESTATE I
In pursuanco ot an order ot tho Orphan's Court of
Columbia county, Pennsylvania, on
Saturday, March loth, 179,
at two o'clock In tho afternoon, si. A, Ammerman,
Administrator ot John Kveiand, late of l'lshlngcreek
township In said county, deceased, will expo to
sale, by publlo vendue, on the premises, a certain
TRACT OF LAND,
sltuato In Flshlngcreek township, Columbia county,
l-ennsjivania, bounded und.descrlbed as followsAtz:
On tho Muth and east by land's of Peter Hvcland,
on tho north by lands of Michael Lemmoa's heirs
andon tho west by lands ot Geors Pcaler, contain
S 7 ACRES,
moro or less, whereon aro erected a
ntuo House anil rr.tuic ;ilarn.
There Is also on the premises, a QOOD APPLE on
Cll Alii) and other frutt trees. Tho land Is naturally
of good sotl.Tbo property Is locatedTon he public road
leading from Anbury to the state, road. It Is near
me cuurcn and teliool house, as well ns being convo
nlent to tho market.
Lato tho cs.tatoof said deceased, sltuato In the
township ot Flshlngcreek, and county aforesaid.
Willi in Kriceracm,
TEHHSOF SALE. Ten percent ot one-fourth of
the purchase money to be paid at tho striking down
of the property, tho one-fourth less tho ten per cent.
at tho connrmatton of sale, and tho remaining threo
fourths in one year thereafter with interest from
M. A. AMMEHMAN,
Important to Lawyers.
Justice's of the Peace, constables, Hxecutors, Ad
mlnlstrators, ciuardtan, Township omcers, and bust
We havo on hand a largo assortment of legal
blanks for tho uso of itorni-s. .in .tw..r.,iiBn.
stable's blanks ot all Muds, oto and Kecelpt baoks
Prcctpo for Summons.
" ' Kl. fa.
" " Huto to take Depositions.
" " " " chooso Arbitrators.
8 cents apiece, cr Jl.tS per hundred.
Petition for Appointment ot Guardian.
" " citation
llulo to tako DeiKisltlons.
Narr In Debt, with Confession,
" " Assumpsit.
4 cents cacti or 13.50 per hundred.
Petition for sale of Ileal Ustnle s eents each.
si) cenieach f,ummons' Warrants, Executions, so to
mSnr,:!. - o cents each
Parchment Deeds i5 u
Agreemenls s .
orphan's Cuurt sales so for 11 66
l Ollbluuie S bait'S . . h cnlH t.nrh
Mortgage and llond":...: V. . .. . .. . u
All kinds of Notes .,
Iteeelpts, Notes, school Orders, Poor Orders, store
Orde rs, neatly hound, constantly on hand, or inado
to order on Hiort notice. '
n,,,r".ln,'Wu,0 a0 neater Job work than any
other oiueu In tins eorinii '
llllo&KWV t KLtji.r, ,
Editors and Proprietors
)F EVERY DESRIPTION
(it cue- half MiKwhit I'Htr.s.
At the Ooldmbian Office
ns orernim count or ootnmn coTicrr-iv-.iAtj
Or CORNILICS ZIKKNDALL, tilCtASSD.
be Auditor appointed by tho said Court to andlt,
ttle and Bdltlsl Ihn flfll irnmnlnl llot,l.ni
Kvans, Administrator of Cornelius KUendall.
censed, nnd reiwrt distribution cf the balance In tho
.io.iu-. vi ,,iu Ai-i-ouuiaoe win men me panics inn-.
Ir,"1.?'1.'.01- xlm puriswoof hlsarpotntment on hat
I lion Al'lllL nth lsn nt in o'clock a. m. at
n,w uiiu-iiui ji, r..dBCKsonA: non, Berwick, w nen And
whero nald pari le-s nre requested to (resent their
KMuiav, w ucutiiie-u iruiu e-uining in uu sain iiinil,
.. .... . . i.e.UUl i, -i HUM iuun,
Ilerwick, March T,1-w Audltir,
ESTATE Or KARAn NIOLI bECIASin.
..uii ,i m ri-u.v riven insi inn Ulinenilgned p
polnled by lho Orphans' court of Columbia county
an Auditor to distribute, tho money In the hands ot
the Administrators of Sarah Naglo dece-ased, as ner
llm Attflllrtr'a ro,,. ... . . . .. . - ...
... -- . t ivuuimni inn. ,b,bI 11 111
Biu-nd at his onice in DKsjinsburg, st nine o'clock
In tho forenoon of Anm i. idi,imi, t.n.nnr.
of lho duties of his npjiolntment j at which lime
ruid place nil persons haling claims agannt nald es
tate aro reipifri d lo produce nnd assert them or to
v ivn-.i-i ue-uuiieu ironi e-ommg in upon s -id fund.
Mirii.i u, riir.E..u,
-March 1, 1.-10. Aaa"or-
rsTATK or jossrn rucii.e. deceased.:
Tile underslcrnrd. Austin ann.ini..i t.v,,
of Columbia County to distribute funds to nnd
m . .1. 'iTi . , " S" luireio, in ina uaoas of
Ihe Adliilntstratnr. n 11 atlrnd in thn miiii,.. nt i,,.
appointment nt his ortlco m Hloomsburg, on Tues
day, the Mb day ot April, A. 1)., ls;, nt ten o'clock
... in. nii;ji iiiiii. Him iiiaco an parlies interested
may ntlend It they.llilnk proper, or bo debarred
from a nbare ot said fund.
feb. M, t-4w Auditor.
A UDlrOK'S JfOTJCE.
no matter of tlin RAln r.ro.a r..i.ti.i.
J. li.iehman by tho .shtrltr, at tboBiilt cf J. P.
Tho uuderslirned Auditor annntnteii hv n,
ment ot parf es Intereste d 'o dlstributo the proceeds
of tho said sac will sit. ntlila r.m, i,ir..V...... .
on Saturday, .March wa. 1S7'J nt len oclock In the
forenoon Tor tho purpose of bis appointment when
and w hero all liersons having a lieu on said fund can
feb.SI. IJ-lw Auditor.
KSTATK Or JCUl'STCS MASON, DECEASED.
fitters of Administration on Ihe estate of Augustus
Mason, late of the Town ot liloomsburg.Culnmbla co
deceaic'l. have been (-raniert iiv n,n iwi.i.mf on,,i
county to tho undersigned Adinlnlstrntor to whom
all liersons Indebted nre requested to make Immedi
ate! pa) men', and thoso having claims or demands
ngalnst the estate will mako them known to tlio ad
mlntstrator without delay.
dUHW A. KUNSTON.
. , Administrator,
feb. 91, ls;o-w Hloomsburg, Pa,
" SllERLLT'S SATE."'
Dy virtue of a writ of sd Plurlcs Kl. Fa. Issued out of
tho Court of Common Pleas of Columbia coun
ty, and to me directed, will bo exposed to pub
lic nalo or out-cry, on tho premises nt two o'clock p.
Fill DAY, MAHCII 28, 1879,
All that certain lot or piece of ground situate In
Scott township, Columbia county, and state of
t'ennsj lvnnla, described as follows to-wit : Bounded
on tho north by land of llenjamln Itlchart, en tho
cast by land of John Lee, on the south by landot
Abraham Snyder, lllram Tronsoand John shuman
and on the west by land ot Harvey Creveltng, con
tabling oi'O hundred and forty-nine acres more
or less on which are erected a iargo framo dwelling
nousj.uanK earn ana oui-imudl'.gs.
seized, taken In" execution at tho BultotllcuryJ.
McCwen against .Moore Crevellng and to bo sold as
mo property ot .Mooro Crevellng.
JOHN W. HOFFMAN,
march 7, IS-ts
M TEN DOLLARS CASH
w-o will Insert a wen-llne advertisement one week
In a list ot 2i)9 weekly newspapers,or a lines In n dlff
erent list of3.17 iupcrs,or len lines to weeks in
u choice of i Ithcruf four beparatnnnd distinct lists
coutnlntntrfrom Tiimlisi ranera each, or fouriinea
one neck In all four of tho small lists, or un- line In
all six lists conibtned, being more than l.oeio papers.
csiwi iiu.iviseaui pupen. uj- puiu's lurouguoui me
ITnlted Slates nnd Canada. Nenil in ei.nlA tnr mip
loo page pamphlet. Address Ii. I'. UOYVi:i,l. .t
i ., .ewsparr Auverusing uureau, io spruce St.,
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JTOn SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
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March 7, 1879-ly
0RPIIANS' COURT SALE
REAL ESTATE !
Andrew Laubaeh and Rachel A. Hess. Administra
tors, 4c ot Alexander Hess, lato of Sugarloof town
ship, deceased, w til exposo to public sale on the
Saturday, March 22d, 1879,
at ten o'clock a. m., tho following described proper
No. I. A messuage being tho MANSION HOUSE
and THACT Of LiiND situate In Bugarloaf town-
""I', in coiumoia county, l'ennsjlvaulo, adjoining
lands ot llenjamln Peterman's hetrs, Joshua savage
reier iiess auu outers, co uiainlng
and 4J perchcs.whereon are erected a small HHAMK
1IOUSK, a log barn and frame wagon shed, about
thirty acres ot hlch Is cleared and In a good state
ot cultivation, a
Good Applo Orchard & Good Sugar Camp
on the prrmlses.'
No. . -The uudlilded half of a certain
TKAOT OF LAND
sltuato In Sugarloaf township, Columbia county,
I'ennsjhanla, bounded by lands of Alexander and
Joshua Hess and other lauds of decedent containing
Thirl) -clKlit AcrcN
and one hundred and thirty-eight perches nnd allow,
anco of land, tho same being unimproved Und.
No. 8. Tho undli Ided one-half ol a certain THACT
oi uM, situate In Sugarloaf township, Columbia
county, rennsj ivania, containing
described asfollows I Adjoining lands ot the heirs
of Joshua Savage on the south, land of tract No. s
on tho east, lands of Johnltantz and Davis on
the west, and lands of Craig t4 Dlanchard on tho
norm, mo same being
ime.MH ur tALn. Ten per cent, of onc-
rourih ot tho purchase money to be paid at the stilt
leg down ot tho property, tho one-fourth less tho ten
percent, nt connrmatlon of sale, and the remainlm-
thrce-fourths in one lear thereafter nllh Intercut
irom connrmatlon nisi.
ItACllKLA, HKS-i, '
feb. SS, lo-ia Admlnlsttatcrs.
LKTTKK UKA 68,
e-IUS-VHSl A-r. r.
Keatly and Cheaply prinW'at tie Colum
HTATI Of lAHAtt rtAETf EL, MelASED,
Hie tinderstgned Auditor appointed by tho (xmrt
of Colunbtaoiuniy.tndlstrltiule funds toandnmiMSt
parties entitled thereto In the hands of tho Admlnls
Iralornlll attend totbedultes ot hts nppotnment at
theifflce otAbbott & Khawn In Catawissa, I'li.on
wiiuruar, jipru &en,is,y ni ien oriocK n.;m.,ne. iruicn
time and place all parties Int. n sled may atUMidlt
tlievtiiinfc proper, or bo debarred from n nlinreol
March T, IMir Auditor.
A D.MINISTKATOIIS HALE
HEAL ESTATE !
the undersigned Administrator ot John DelshMne,
late of Ilenton township, deceased will expose to
public sale on tho ruses on
Thursday March 20th, 1879,
at ten o'clock a. m., tho following described property
LOT OF GROUND
situate in Ilenton township, bounded on the north
by lands of Joseph Ash, H lmuel Yost and Daniel
Shulti, on the esst by lands of William Iplier. on tb
south by lands ot Jonas Doty, lllram Denoe and John
harns, on the west by lauds of ltusasl Sliulti, con
more .or less, HI XTY ACHLSof whWi Is clcared.nnl
In a good slate ot cultivation, thero Jsaiso upon
the premises a young tearing AI'PLB OltCilAltD,
with an abundance of Peacli, cherry and other fruit
trees. Tho balance ot tho Iract Is heavily timbered
with white oak-, roek oak and whtteplne, Tncrel
erected on tho premises a
and other out-bulldlngs.
sold subject to tho p.ijmcLt annunllv of the Inter
est on the dower to tho widow ot John Ilo alillno
and at her death to the payment to tho heirs.
Terms anb Conditions oi' Sale. Ten per cent, of
lho one-fourth of the purchase money to be paid at
tho striking down ot tho propeity. Tho ono-tourth.
less ten per cent, at continuation of sale, nnd tho re
maining three-fourths one lear thereafter with in
tcrest from continuation ntsl.
W.J. lltcEAi.EW, Adinlnisirn'or.
Atl'y for Kjuiti , tut,. i. ism-ta
Dy vlrtie of a wrltof Alias Vend Et. lsiued out
of the Court of Common Pleas of Columbia county
and to me directed, will be exposed to publlo s.ilo at
tho Susquehanna Hotel, In tho town of Catawissa,
Columbia county, Pennsyli anta,,at two o'clock, p. m,
TtlUIlSlUY, M AROII 27th, 1870,
All that certain lot or pleco ot ground situate In
tho town of CaUwlssa, county of Columbia, unci
Stato ot Pennsylvania, bounnded and described as
follows: Beginning at a post set for a corner for
said lot at the Intersection of the two publlo roads
leading from lho town ot Catawissa, respectively to
Holllngshead andMcKelvy mills, and running from
thence by tha north side of said road leading 'from
McKelvy'a mill south eighteen and one-half degrees
east one hundred and fo,ty-nvo feet tlx Inches to a
post, thence by land ot J. II. Knlttlo north titty and
ono-tourth degrees east one hundred and live feet)
to a post north bldo of aforesaid road leading from
Catawissa to Uolllugahoad's mlll.thenco by tho samo
north sixty-four degrees, west ono hundred and for-ty-four
feet to tho rlaco ot beginning, whereon Is
erocled'a three-story brick bul Idlng, the first story ot
which contains two store looms, now occupied by a
dry goods nnd grocery merchant nnd watch-maker.
second story by publlo hall, and third story by Ma
sonic Lodge nnd Chapter! also a one-story framo
wire house.belng the ground upon which said build
ing Ac, Is erected bounded by tho roads before men
tioned, aud in the rear by property now or lateot
he Catawissa Seminary.
Seized, taken In execution and to bo sold ns lh
property of the Catawissa Masonic Association.
ABnoTT H ItUiwN, Attorneys.
All t hat certain lot ot ground stttuto In tho town ot
Catawissa In the.county of Columbia, Mate ot Penn
sylvania, bounded nnd described ns follows, to wit :
Deglnulug at a post set for a corner of sail lot at tin
Intersection of tho twopubttj roads lea tin? from
the town of Cataslsi respectively to Holllngshead
ond MalCelvy's -Mills and running from thence by
the north Efde ot satd road leading from Mc
Kelvy'a milt south eighteen and one-halt degrees
east one hunJrotanl forty-tlvo f oet si. Inches to a
post, thence by lauds ot Joseph II. Knlttle north fif
ty and a quarter degrees, east one hundred and five
feet to a post on tho norih'sldo ot tho aforesaid road
loading from Catawissa to Ilolllngaheail's mlll.thenco
by tho same north slxty-four degrees west one hun-
dred and fourty-four Detto the place of beginning
on wnicu are erected a three-story brick building.
store rooms, public hall and Masonlo hall, being th
ground upon which said building, ic, Is erected,
uounaeu Dy ino mo roads before mentioned; and In
the rear by property now or lato of tho Catanlssa
Seized, taken In execution nt tho suit ot C. n
Itrockuay against Itobert Oorrcll with notice to Cat
awissa .MasonlcAssoelatlon Garnishee and to be sold
as.the property ot naid C.Uiwissa Masoals Associa
Klwell, Attorney, AL Vend, Er.
All that certain lot of ground sltuato In Itoartng
creek township, Columbia county, Penusjlvaiila,
described as follows, to w It : Hounded on the north .
by lan I of Abrara ltlce, on tho south by lund of Con
rad Housman.on thn west by land of Mlehai 1 v traus
ser and V.'llllcm Yea;er, nnd on the east by land of
Ephralm I.eiby,contulnlng seventy-three lu'rts moro
or less, on w hlch are erected a dwelling hou , bam,
One other piece of land, bounded on tho north hy
land of Jacob Strausser, on tho west by land
ot Solomon strausser, on tho south by land
peter Hower and on theeastby landof Con-
rad Hausman and William Yeager, containing eigh
Ono other piece ot land bounded on.tho north by
lands ot Judge Cox, ou tho west by land at Solomon
Strausser, on tho south by land of Abram Pico and
on tho east by land of Abram Itlo e and Leonard Ad
ams, containing llfteenlacres.
All that pleco or parcel of ground tlluato In Itoar
Ing creek Township Columbia county .Pennsylvania
acscrnionasroiiows, towlt: bounded on ho south
by lands of l'ranklln Vocum, on tho West by land ot
Samuel Hauck, ou tho north by land of Win. Drcls
bach and on tho east by landof J. 11. Kllnger, con
taining thirty acres m oro or less, on which nre erect
ed adwelllng house nnd out buildings.
seizea, taken in execution at tho suit of William
Swisher, Administrator .ot Elizabeth Kllnirerman
against Dald H. Hower and to be sold as tho prop
erty ot David It. Hower.
HiiccswAv Elwkix, Attorneys. Al. Vend. Ex.
All that certain messuage tenement or tract oi
landltuato In Locust township, Columbia county,
state of Pennsylvania, bounded and described as
follows i that Is tossy, beginning at a stone In the
publlo road leading from blabtown to Malm llio run
ning thence by land of Solomon strauscr nnd Wil
liam Adams norm thirty-eight degrees, west eighty
tour and nve-tenths perches to a stone, thence bv
land ot George Strausser kouth seventy-six degrees
wrsi suiy-iwo percnes to a stone, thenco by land
ot I;wls llungo south eight degrees west thlrty-nvo
and nve-tenths perches to a stone, thenco by the
samo south thirty-eight degrees cost one hundred
and three perches to a stone, thenco by the
same south ntty-three degrees, west three perches
to a stone, thence by land of Solomon strausser
south ntty-elght degre es cost sixty-eight perches to
a nmuu m eue eeniro oi me public road leading from
Slabtownto Malm Hie, thence In said road and by
land of Solomon t trausscr north twenty degrees east
nineteen perches to njstono, thenco In and by int.
uiu iiureu uve aegreea east islxty-etght perches to
tho place ot beginning, containing sixty-two acres
strict measure, on which aro erected a frame dwel
ling house, barn and other out-bulldlngs.
ueizeo, taken in execution at the suit of David He!
wlg.Kxeeutor of i-eter Ilelwlg' deceased against
l8io Lew is wiin notice to John Adams, ttrre tenant
and owner, and to bo sold as the property ot itaao
Lew Is, w ith notice to John Adams terro tenant and
Adbott V JiiiAWN, Attornejs. Levari Facias.
All that certain tract of land sltuato In Catawissa
township, bounded and described as follows, to-wlt i
Beginning at a pine, corner ot late John Ilartman'a
laud, and running thencj by the same south eighty,
six degrees, east thirty-six perches to a stone, thence
south ntty-lhree degrees ono hundred ond 'twenty,
nvo perches to a stone corner of Moses Hartman's
land, thenco by the samo south seventy-tour degre es
west;elghty-four perches to stones, south seienty
degrees west elghty-nvo perches to stones, north
twenty-seven degrees west thlrty-slx perches t
stones.south eighty degrees west Hxty-nlne perches
to stones, thence by land ot John Itltter north three
degrees east one hundred and eighty-one and threo
tenths perches to stones, thenco by land ot Samuel
shuman south elghty-slx degrees cast one hundred
and nie-tenths perches to stones, thenco til land
lato of John Ilartman south four degrw s. west six-ty-fooraud
nve-tentLs pe rches to the place of be.
glnt-lng, containing ono hundrel and sevent -.six
acres nnd one hundred nnd thirty-four liete hi strict
measure, whereon are creeled a large two-slory
Frame Dwelling House, turn and other nevr tary
Seltod, taken In execution at the suit of . org
Hughes against Isaiah John, wlih notice to J. M,
Smith, Assignee of I, John 4: Son, aud lo bo sold as
the properly Isaiah John.
W. J. UrciALEw, Attorney. Levai l ruclas.
Terms cash on day of sale.
u law uiuce.
JU11N W. HOFFMAN,