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UVANMA S IILOOUSDL'WI IIA1I, HOAD
- riou Train H.ti) A. It. S.cnA. M.
' T.M A.J1 4.43 I. M
' lf"'n IJTl'.M. 1USA.M
CVlAVrlSSA HAIL mP.
11 ml Inn Train c,s A.M. T.ro 1'. j.
'i "lev. 4.0C P. M. 11,43 A.M.
.1, ' r.rson Express train either to Xew York
1' '; 'ill . Acooramodatton train runs between
. 1 1 and Wllllamnpcit.
Caiihiu Avo Hi.ooMnnrimi. Leaves Oambra Mon.liy,
n tlr.i.,cl.iv 'inil I'rldoy nt G:3iiu. m., nrrlio.it
111 I'j.iinir.' I..v il:3'iii. in ive llloiuisbilrg on
ni... it ....t ...w:, uu.vii ui i-,ti.uicipiii.i mnu.
llt.0"usni-uo ami ' aiiiiuvii.ik, 1mo IjilriliVll'c
in --u iv mucin is- nnu ssiuiiruas' 111 iisii a, ,u
nri ,vi 1 : nt I'.l loinsnurj hv i'j in. ri. nlm
Inn , on sntnn dtss nrirr nrrlvul or l'lirlidulpula
mall .he stagellno teimlnatos al.MMillle.
11. lit m .11' lll ioinlw.-, dally stage I'nc leasing
II 1.1 1 111 In I lie inoi ning ml ret 111 hlng In the cs e-
iiuiK u. mi-muuu 11.13.
Vm r HAti. ami liinMin r.u.-I.oavo Whtto Hull
1'nwi.iv, Thursday an.) situnl iv at ca'in.in.,
arriving at I ll.j.iinsljui ir li.v ion. m. u-uvn lilnnms
Imr? nn same iU.i nrierarrlv.il ut riiUacK-lplila
inssmv ami l!i.'.OMnciwi.-I.eaen Benton Jtonday,
UrilBi'sii.iynn.1 Krlilay at s 11. in.. nrrlMng at
Illoimilmv nt 2 p. m. Leaves lllnom-.liurir 'I ues.
iUv, Tnurail iv anil Saturday nt 8 a. in., nrrlUni;
a' I! 'Mount up. m.
The date on the printed slip parted on your
p iper i-hows lo what lime Ihe paper is paid for.
Thi-i' limn nnd ilntes are printed on long
sin it. in .1 cut rll' nnd pa-ted 1111 with a nriil
in ' to ichine. eac'i week, As cacli subscriber
pa 1, il e dnlo is changed on the slip in pencil,
ni'd 'li orree'ions made m itbly. It some
tim h (nppi ns Iheiefore lint the change il.ies
lint ppi ,r on the paper for two or three wteks
afi t p lyineiit, mid we are often notified by sub
seribcrs ho think the omi'sion to change n
0111. i a mi tike. This explanation is m ule
o I' t : I 111 'y understand why ihe change does
not npp r ininndiaiely. It is 11 good deal of
lr. ' ' le u ir: ke ihe changes nnd nine1, !"oro
cmviii. ut to make all the changes for the
luoiuh nt olio time, than to make each one as
1'iey nccur. If
Andrew Laiibach nnd llachil A. Hess, Ad
ministrators of Alexander Ifess will oder three
vabmlila tiar' of hnd fur sab in Sugarlo.if
township on Saturday M irch 22nd at ten o'd uk
a, 111. on ihe pn nii.es.
V are pici-cd lo have the M, V.. Conference
in our mbl; nnd know that our people have
giv n its members a 1.' rty wilcoma. It ii a
pity however, that on such occasions, a few
inouiili '..iuU take occasion to ventilate olj w ir
fpuches, and deal in vilo ubii'U lb.it would
111,11.0 a '1 nag.iguo asliamed. Such was ihe
i.iiir.L'T of two of the fpeechea on Wcdnis
djy ev 'inng
i .i'h w 'l be paid for half .1 dozen lat spring
he , ..1 ihi- effiee. Vpply nt once.
tli w Jackson's Best sui-ei x,ny Tiiiiai'i'.i.
..ii ? 'uy lirowcr ii'Cuicd tlio sih cr medal
111 tho ladies' contest at tho bl.nting link last
1 . ...ti St. ratiiek's iliv,
ti 11.11 jiii.' unm'h moiv had fallen Ilia
. , n , 1 111. 1 1 ny a uruzle during tho (lay.
l ar..ni.ig 8 .ft and "ill 'gn"i."
-idem has signed the ait aulborli'.'iig
-yol.irto cioet beaUtones oiei'
i .f I'nion -ol, litis in privato ctiiulcr-
' If 1 i k Inib'iienileutsivs that it is rumor-
1 a1 Ji'iin S.'bjit, the mulo meat nun, lias
Ij en Ivm liiil f,.r uurder in n no of the ucstrtu
in . " ih.
'1 ill.ll r '.
1 . 11 h,
U lint we cannot ibis week pullish
r til for a St tto Temperance t'ouven
- .1 was handed us at loo 1 ito an hour.
iv. 11 in lull iiixl week.
( M. Dri'ikcr niakos iv specialty nt repair
ing sewiig machines. Ho is a practical mo
chanle nnd und. i..inds nil kinds of ih llcito
inael.lniry Onlers left ut his shop in Ihe
Ojieu House will receive piouipt attention.
I'- iih'ViI llult 'r Color, made by Wells, Uicli
s.d on iV: ''0, li irl.ngton, Vt., is preferred by
sucu aiulinriues in doing work, as Jones A
l'aui. oir, winners ol the $100 fust prine, and
It. S. IIoiisioii, Kino'ha, Wis., winiurof ihe
$00 firsi pi.o at iIm; gnat Uaiiy l'air. Tiny
1. it r gularly.
uy llniijon. Thoiimi.ils of people
it L) ilu dcTuuritg ilragon, who
- W 111 LI SA i ill (llMU-lH Ol till Udl:lH
, 1.1 l.Mr,aeUle .l.tuuiuliMii, cuu..cd
us uu lions, nr.il ibu fift-natiieit
4 1 ri'
suit roiiiiully cured by Kidney-Won.
1' ii 1'lc by nil lruggits.
On 8 t j 'ay i-t,.Ir. J, I,. Olrlou the popular
la- 1 -d ofiho t'ily Hotel at th'u place dlsi'jy
J 11 t he Ii id mi ! ninm! a serious Injury. In
- , 11 i.h b.Kiuhe anklo of hU'lcfi ' twas
I, m.d unless upeedily reset lie miy
i e -.l. Ilr. 0bjrn of Philadelphia
' 10 (lie case.
T Vtt I'oinu. The bodlen of Tredcrlck
' 1 1 11 w tie) vere drowneil bdiih'iiioiuIi's ngo
1 in tlie SuMiiubaiiiia, havo not yet
b nil . I'uilile die general break up of
' f' riirivbad to their discovery. 1! (o,
1 1! iwn ihe rive-r will be kind enough
10 '".r Uu noiice in mind if any unknown
d '"wr.cd iiodiis are f.iund, LkmriUe liddlijcn
f 'Ti,''... , wil, under the management of Mr.
I It c'i .rd-on, is milking a vigorous light in
' 11 c .f timpcrpiiw, May its illorls be
iirluuiy rewarJed." Coi.usiiiian of Maich
"is t malice or stupidity which actuates lb
rl Mi'uji in its misrepresentation.! ii,rife
" '"' Journal t.( Mareh 10th.
'V;i' v never mentioned, or In any way
r 1 1 1 ' I ' Journal except as above, we pan
r 1 . , ,11 imlruiii ouly by ascribing the-
ii'.iihiii" lo ".inpidUy," Woreally
iv ure telling the irulb, and are for.
r fr.iin tlmt iper il-elf that we 1 re mis
Wtt.'kelull l,aik, The Journal Is-
6 a timorous light In tho causo of tern-
... Yonrorpnt'0 Wn' orfff on
V eelncsilny momlnR tit 0 o'clock, In tho Opera
lon.o, 1,y lti.liop It. S. ller, I). I)., Her.
L ielia Iliitlcr conducting the opening exercise
u jiisnop mnuo a lew remarks, niter wliicl;
.no rou was called. Ilev. I). 8. Monroo was
cloDted Secretary. After somo preliminary
niouons 11 court wns Appointed for tho trial of
H iv, s iijon ngalnst whom charges had been
preicrrcu inlso 111 tho enso of K, V, Wonncr.
'Ilioi'oinmitlecaoii examinations tna.lo their
In tho nfiornoon a lamo nmlloncn mi ml
cl'esseil by Miss llnnilin, ami Mrs. Griffiths, of
(I.- t ...1! S , . . . . '
uu i.uuics nun insiors umstlaii Union.
In tlio evening nt least fourteen hundred
peoplo gathered nt tho linll to attend tho An
nivcrsnry ot the Irecdman's Aid Society, nnd
lienrtho New Oilenns Singers. Ilev. H, CI,
Dill presiilul, and nddresscs weio made by I)r
Fuller, W, A, Stephens, nnd C. 0. Jackon.
..I"-.-1'- 'I' Wall"i ofll!oomhnrg, I'rcsMcnt
r tho North and West llrancli rallway.ls push
tnp hU enterprise wiih commcndnlilfl vlg.r,
Ihe Luminary acknowledges tho receipt of a
neit pimiililei with excellent m ips showing Ihe
route or Ihe roads with Ihe grades between Wil
II un'port and HMiim.it. nn Ida 1 i.
f the I'lilhi.lelphU & Heading railroad. The
U,UTeVC.l line I1141P4 !t ulm.l .1 Eat n nnn A... . i
iKiowii ami sirik-es the Hesillng Itillroad
at Hulls. The line between Summit and Wil
liamport Is aI,ot 11 illrirt 0..0 nnd shortens
Hi" distance between New Yoik and William"
imrt by insnv mile. Tho Luminary wlhcs Jlr
bailer anil his co-laborers succe in buildins
llieir line, but Ihe eaic-t put of the woik Is lo
gel a finily ensraved pimphlet. When it comes
to rabin money lo buy Iron, build bridges
am to make tunneb, tho business of railroad
iiiahing in incso limes is ilillicuit to start.
u liave not teen the map In ijueellon, but
being .nterested in the success of the road, are
ghd to quote the coinmendalions.of our neigh
DC.VT1I MK Mlit. MAUTIIA J. KUEUS,
.Martha. J. Krebs wife of Dr. II. T. Krebs
died at her home In Light Street on Sunday
Morning March 9ih at half past four o'clock, of
aliscesses of the bowels, alter n protrackd lnes
of two months. All that medical skill
cuelul nursing could bring to bear where in
vain, nnd ihe col 1 hand of death snatched her
away. Her siiffirings were of the most excru
ciallng character ,but she bore all with christi:
loruuKie nnd without a murmer. Only two
short years had pakcd the very night
her death, that she and i- Doctor w n
ricil. The entire community synipathhes with
tin. Jjctor and friends in this sad and uncx
r.YYINO OVEIIDUU INTEI1CST OX WILLIAMS"
U ll.i.iAMfi'uliT, Jtarch 13. City Treasurer
I.ongsilorf jesterd.iy received nn order from
Judge Klwtll, of Culumbia county, before whom
the now famous bond case is being adjndicated
directing him to apply the sum of $8,000 lo
wards the payment of overdue interest on bonds
known as series A, instead of the entire amount
now in the treasurer's hands, which amounts to
Judge I'J well s recent mandamus ordered the
treasurer to apply the whole amount on Ibis
payment which would have compl-tely blocked
the wbeili of our niuncipal machinery. The
balance of the money is to be used in meeting
accrued and current expenses.
HOIIUINO A TANNERY,
On Tuesday night last the tannery of Mr
Olden hlokes nt I'oundryville, was entered and
about $300 worth of leather stolen therefrom
Tho thieves elhcted an entrance by breakini:
ll'c nek of tho outside door, and nlso thai of 1 1:
leather closet door. They carried oll'tbeir honly
without liemg heard by anybody in the iieigl
1 1 . . .
uurnoou, nnu 11 was only wnen worn was re
sumed in the tannery in the morning that the
exploit was discovered, The property takm
consisted of calf skin and finished leather, about
$90 worth belonging to Jlr. Stokes and the
re.-t to customers. The parlies evidently had a
wagon with, which to cairy oil'the goods, nnd
the rotibery was n daring one. Jlcrukk InJc-
I!cv. Geo. C. Hart, Spechl Deputy nn1
Grand Lodge Lecturer will fill the following ap
pointiiicnls in Columbia county :
.Milivilk', Mnrcli t'.iih ; Khnrshnrg, March
Jillh; r.'iilon. Mirvh 27ib 'ind SSlhj Stillwater,
Mar. .)ih ; Oningevilla Mar. 3l,t and Ap'r llj
I.iKlit Street, April 21 and i! I ; Kpy, 111. and
.'Mb j Berwick, April 7lli and 8th ; Calami-si
Apr ! 1 1 111 and 12ib j 111 xnn-btirg, April I I h
lleach HayeiijIizerno county April Dili anil
Sulijal. Teniplary, Its objects, and Metli
nils in It-lalion lo Tenipi'rance,
A TKIMHDI.i: KXI'LOhlUX.
T1IR MA1I0MMI ieilMiFR Will KS IIHT101I1I AMlTUUSn
311 N kill 1 1..
Dixvu.i.K, i'.i., '.March 13 A terrille ex
I Itsioii oicurid this afternoon at the Mahoning
powilei woiks nf I'. M, Oalljghcr k Co., near
this place, cumpletily destroying the building
and iiiitanlly killing Willis Lloyd, one of liie
proprietor, John J . Kvans nnd John C, Mow
n r, their mangled remains being scattered in
every diieetion. The cause of the explosion is
Tut. Stkiii.inii Houk CoVKit. We liaio
purchnsoil the right to tlio the-o covers in this
inuiity, and havo on hand nn assortment of
sizes 1 hey iiiako tho neiite-it and moit 0011
veiiient fni'in lor doing up nolo he ids. Mlor
hinds, bill heads, noil's, checks, Ac , and a
cover will be given away with every order 0
100J. J ry it 011.0 nnd you will not do with-
oat it. It is the host thing of the kind ever
invented. Cull nnd examine.
Wo regret to learn that Daniel Kalbfus Ivq
has been declared hopilesnly inaane. He was a
son of Ilev. Cliailes Kalbfus, formerly of 1'er-
wick, anil lived there until near maturity, 1'or
niaiiv years he was a leading lawyer at Mnuch
Chunk. He was an uuii-iiully eleipient speaker,
and hilpid Mr. Iluekiilew Ftuiiin tho Stalo in
IbT'J. His many friends in this County will
learn with deep sorrow lhat his brilliant Intel-
lret is fortver clouded.
Tho Ilev. S. Henry Il.llwill deliver n lecture
inlillcdl'The l.lfed Veil," in the Opera House
on Friday, the SStlt at 7:80 p. hi.
The Mintr'n Journal, thus speaks of him :
"lie has the gift aftilcipio.ee, and a line vein of
satire which he has worked to advantage. We
expect to hear of hint ninong the lending oc
cupants of the platform nt no distant time. A
rub treat U In store, for those who hear him.
Tho first of April Is approaching. As we
have not dunned our debtors through tho pa
per for iome time, und ns wo need money, wo
reijue-ft all lliose having accounts on our books
to sotlle up by that time. Kecutors, udini'iis
tratorsaud all otl.irs owing on job work, advertis
ing or subscription will p!ouo respond prompt-
Amomg tbocoutc-nts of Hie April Seribner will
be illustiated papi rs mi "Aitors Mil Aldoses
of New York," "John F,rli.on" (a sketch of
-rnuikable iiitinst and freshness). 'Henry
15. mh and his Work," "II. M S. Pinafore foi
Amatiiirs," "The Stricken Iiivtr and its (ilaci
eis,""The Measure of .Mm," (by William
I'jgi ), and "In a Sna K-ry," and other papers
on "TI u Tti.dai cy of Modern Thought ius Seen
in Itoiuanlsiu and nationalism," and "A Jour,
new to a Polliicid Conwiilimi," tngi'ihcr with
stories, I'liilrj, and lull and vnriid dtpiirtunnls,
ami nn Inih x i f Vi buu" XV I. As there ate
two voluuua to the jiar, ikuOncr ,is now tight
-ind a half years old.
In hirmony ilh tho programme as arrsnged
by Ihocotuinllteo of Conf.rsncc, n largo au
dience assembled on Tuesday fvtnlna- In Ihe
Opera IIono lo hear addresses upon tho sub-
jeci ni lemperance, the Ilev. b, A. Moytr pre
siding prayer was olfered.
After which the Ilev. John btoyd was intro
duced nnd spoke more especially of the demands
of the rum power, its first demand, he said
wnsthe money of Individuals. In obtaining
this, It often robbed men of their good namc'.of
neir peace of mind, of their social pleasures at
horns and abroad, and with relentless fury, Il of
ten pursued Individuals to Ihe drunkards grave;
and Ihe drunkards doom,
Itjlemsnds of government protection, nnd rn
more than one occasion Ins Invoked It, against
earnest women crusade", and other temperance
reformers. It not only demands protection of
Ihe government, hut money of the pcopl 1 to
irryon Its dreadful work of death The re
maiki of the brother were well received nnd on
tloslng the Ilev. F. II. Kiddle was Introduced
who spoke wllh great force agalnt tho deflint
acllon of the rum power, and miro cspeclsllr 1,
the outrage upon the people in tlio sudden re
pcol of the lile bcal option hw. Ho siid tint
the rum wver ha I possession of nearly all the
Slates, anil the nations) government and wai
robbing the church annul 1 if fifty Ihoimmls
of its members.
1 in' 1 nnu 1 in speakor lor the evening wa
the ltev. I). O, Ilebcoc!: of I'hilidclphh. He
said lint Ibu biMs of Intemperance was In
the use and salo of intoxicating drinks. The
sale ofsuch drinks, was according to any ins
definition, a rriine, and rum-selleis were not
aloi . responsible, but others wero accomplices
to the criminal net. Hut how, and who thee
others are was not eleaily cxplalr.csl by th
speaker. We were lid, however, by the gener
al tenor of his remarks to believe that not the
court, not the legislature abne, b it the people
of the State as a whole constituted the guilty
parly in this matter. Tlio ltev. Secretary gay
elear exposition of the subject, In its relstlon t
the people, and could they see it in its true light
as represented, our State would soon be redeem
ed and placed upon the side of God nnd human
The speech of Mr. Ilabcock was sound lo the
tore and its influences good upon Ihe audience,
The negligence of some ecclesiastical denomi
nations in not giving us full information as to
their conventions is censurable. The readers of the
CotA'MMAX belong to all puliesand creeds. We
give gratuitously all matter that Is proper lor
public information, but when those most inter
ested in its dissemination are negligent, they
should not blame us. A minister may reach
300 hearers a week, in this County, ll'e read
0,000 readers at least.
Uy a distant exchange we learn that the
Evangelical sociation recently m.-t at Lewis-
burg, ami lor that District, W. K. Detwile
was made presiding Llder, and the following
other appointments were made :
1. Lewi-burg W. M. Cromm .
2. llullalo Z. Hornberger.
3. V hite Deer-O. W. Currin and D. W,
Ilixler, under P. K.
I. Danville Q. Hunter.
C. llloonisburg L. IC. Harris.
C. Columbia W. W. Ithovls.
7. lierwlck J. M, KttiiTger.
S. Luzsrne J. M. Price.
!). Catawis'a .1. II, Hertz
10. Wyoming O. L. Il.irson.
11. Lenoxyille J. A, Hollcnbach.
12. Susquehanna II. II. Douty, under P. K.
13. Dnshore -W. N. Walhce.
1-1. Hughsville-J. F.Shullz.
13. New Columbus W. II. Lilly.
10. Milton S, P. lieiuer.
17. Kingston To be supplied.
A Goon Iloi'81'Avii'K. The good housewife,
when sbo is giving her bouse its spring renov
ating, should bear in mind that the dear im-
males 'flier Iionse,nnd that their symptoms need
cleansing by purifying the blood, leguluing the
stomach and bowels to prevent nnd cure the Jis
-cs ni isii'g from spring malaria nnd miasma,
and she must know that there is nothing that
will do it so perfectly and surely as Hop Bit
ters, the purtFt and best of mtdicincs. See oth
Candidates of hist fall who havo not yet paid
their printing bills will pleuse settle nt once.
It is four months since the election, nnd thero
are still a nuinbi'r of Iheso hills unpaid. Wo
havo several times asked privately for settle'
ment of Ihe-e ncc.unts, but no intention has
lu'i'ii paid to our ieiUCct, Now, wo want them
Si .VieWas evidently do's not L-t Its high
st ind.inl shut nut hunting stories r.nd tales of
a lventnre fur buys. Two such papers aro an
nonnceil f ir ils .pril number, one a marvel ins
story of a hninhnhill, ihe oilier an aicjnnt of "A
Moiuing Cull fioni a Panther."
Happiness an 1 prosmrlty ibpjnd to a very
great extent upon good heul.h. All thoso suf
fering fioui Hoarseness, Colds or Coughs,shnuld
try Dr. Hull's Cough Syrup, It cures ami costs
ouly 2.) cents
For every disorder, nnd every Incipient or
leveliped disease for which it is recomended,
you will find Dr. Haas' J.xpectorant the best
safeguard and cure witliin your reach, 25 and
oO cents a bottle.
Tlio following services will be held at ItiieV
huni on Conference Sit ml ly, Match 23d : Love
iiistatOa. m.j preaching at 10 30 a.m., by
ltev. Henry Wilson j Sunday School nt 3 p. in.,
Ilev. William A. Carver, presiding j preaching
in tho ceningut 7.30 bj l!cv. A.S. linwuum.
Had a valuable boe dead lime last week.
Two bottles ol (7i7tV Liniment Iodide .liiuiontd.
made a complete cure.
J. K. Knovs.
1721 Wabash Avenue, Chicago, Ills
Sold by all dniggits. Send fur punphlet.
120 West I!roadny, N, Y.
Tilal size 25 cents.
Dr. 11. F. Gardner, nssislod bv Dr. M. Cnso
and two students, recently operated on Thomas
Sands, who wnsstill'i'ring from umbilical hernia,
complicated with abdominal dropsy. The ur
gency of tho symptoms demanded immediate
surgical operation. Tho strangulated intes
tines wero relreved nnd returned, und over threo
dlens of water rcmoveid from tlio imtlent, who
s now doing well,
HOW TO BE BCt-UTItTL.
Many hundred thousand dollars, aro nnnmllv
expended by ladies, for "nrlficial" appliances
lo bide tho wai oil form, or Ihe sallow skin,
blotches , or lier spots, width are due to female
wuikniss,dyspiisl,i, .torpid liver, and constipa
tion. If u small per ceni. of this sum were in
rested In Dr. Pierre' Favorite Prtscrintion
idies would sunn really be what they now m'111
to be It readib coriects those weakiieai.es and
llseasu upon uhich debility and cm iclnion
depend. It cure6 dyspepsia by toning np the
system, and when used in connection with Dr.
Pierce s Pleasant Purgativo Pillits, speedily
uvtrooiues ell Irregularities of the liver ami
bow. U No "bbiun of youth," no "beauiilier cf
Ihe complexion," can impm such periuriiitnt
beauty of face and form as Dr. Pierce's health
giving Favorite Pjucrlptioti,
"It is bet ler to Inrgh 1 hen to he crying"
decidedly ; nnd to enjoy your baby's laughing
society use Dr. Hull's Ihby Syrup which re
licves the chh I discomforts of bah) hood with
out stupefying the ihitdrai. Price 25 cents a
DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBUllGt, COLUMBIA Cn.NTY.IPA.
THE UtDiE' tUtA DAT.
TUB sral.S'CI OMINt.S'O AT MES3R1, TnAWnnitm:
Openings of spring go-ids, which, of course,
havo to lio nrrangid f.r -omo tlmo In ndvsii.
are just ns likely ns not In be nltended by the w,
try and disagreeable weather with width we
ro often creeled at Ibis eatly season,
It was a curious and hsppy coincidence that'
for llieir opening, Messrs. Slrawbridee tc Cloth,
Icr sliotil I hit Uion tlie very day that brought
us ine nisi rea spring west her of the Season
1 i..i... ... . ' f
K. i.iui,, ,.ay..,ay i,Kr, .Mondsy (Match 10)
w...,. ...mi, nuvo Hen nopai nr, and coming
rlglit on tho heels of a severe winter, tho trnns.
lllon to tho mild temperature and thin fabrics
of summer wase-peclally refreshing.
The opening was a success ol the most grail-
lying cmracttr. Ihe Immcnso -alesroomsof the
great cslal hmeiit wero il.r-r.,.1 .til. l.n
rn m on early hour until the doirs wero cItciI
The msny exprelons of admiration and dellgh.
uttered by the pleased bOcs over the choic.
ami various novelties dispbyed In nil depart
mems ot tlie house testified to the hearty nppre
ciation which stub a magnificent diiiliy of
gonde cold 1 not have failed lo win.
Ilspeclally was interest excited by the Euro
pean novelllei In silks and line dres goods,
wiiicu aro select, il hy a member of the firm in
the great manufacturing centres across the At
hntlc, with Ihe special view of sitisfylng the
cultivated anil artistic lasles of the patrons of
their establishment. Many of tho most unhpio
siyies, wo aro inlormed, are in Ibis country con
Illicit exclusively lo themselves,
The Silk department also nttraetcd tlio alien.
lion ol all. .Many lines of silk new lo Amerl.
can ryes created n sensation among the ladies
wn 1 examined them
There were shown yesterday Fome new and
desirable ilyles of lkln stripes, moire and rut-
in stripe-, tlamawcp, brocntelles, jisper rjnrd
rule, lonismes, etc. The last mentioned fabric
impresses ns ns posHssIng In n wonderful ih
gree 01 rich appearance and every essential for
durability to wear, combined with moderation
As an instance of our own country's nroirreea
in sille manul.icluro we men'iou nn Ameriean-
mado silk t he Cacliemire Indcstrnctable In
both colors and bhek, which rivalled Ihe mot
famous Lyons makes in appearance, and which
was guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction in
the wear A very large lino of neat and prellv
siripeil ami e lucked silks were al'O shown.
the line dress goods wo noticed differ iiiucli
from Ihose in vogue last icaron. The prevail
ing textures arc plain and neat in appearance,
and ntlord a remarkable contrast to tho brilli
ant colors and styles of the novelties of last year
while no less beautiful. Many of the fabrics
are interwoven with silk in very neat and ex-
piisite styles. I he names of some !of Iheso su.
perb novelilies which were o greatly admired
were: Dray natle. draii mntilian. dran nm.nl
urap de sole, theyioiis, bige ri)e, vlgones nnd
others, too numerous tj mention. Two much
admired new labrics were christened Panama
nnd Yeddo clothes, We are Informed thai
ceery steamer ufll.o American line will bring
nuuiuoiis to this magnificent slock of foreign
novelties in tine dicss jiood
In lopular price fabrics, Messrs, Strawbridgo
v Clothier seem lo have made a special ellbrt
this season. The disphy was wonderful in its
variely and lowncss of prices. The mo-t limi
led purse could here he suited without fail, No
inferio goods were di.-i b)id, and evm tho
lowest priced looked as if they would .give
tire sntisficilou in the wiar.
fhe spnng weather made the beautiful dis'
pla) ..! foreign cottons appear pailicnlarly
villi, g. Satins, organdies, jaconets, zcihrs
cheviot', niaiinc cloth", etc., were nil shown'
in many new and pleasing designs.
The hoisery counters were all day surrounded
by buyers eager to inspect eomn delicately em
broulercd nrlicle thai especially pleased their
The manufacture of hoisery has been so great
ly Improved in qualities, designs and com; ara
live cost, that only tho-e who have taken the
pains to inform themselves upon this subject
can have any just idea of Ihe artistic perfection
and elegance attained in Ibis branch of foreign
manufacture. All the most celebrated of hois-
cry makers wero represented upon the conn
There wcie several departments ntw to us.
and which wo learned had been established but
a short time. They were dress triiumin
men s furnishing goods and zephyri and wors.
teds. We noticed at tho latter department an
elaborately embroidered chair, the work of
operatives of the hou-e, and which we consider
tlie hntst specimen of ait needlework we have
In the sales ir.rloss en Ike second floor ciery
Hung cm di. j lay vas new and bright. Muslin
11 111 1 1 1 w car fo clitnp cs lo a-loni-h one, corsets
of nil makes nnd kinds, Lulu' md misses suits
e.nd nhlte ilrcssis, Hub bos' eblhirg, infinls'
outfits, etc., were nil shown in sty lot now to most
id the visitois.
Ihe basemti t was, as it always is, lliioiicod
with buyers, ihe Linen Department mule
grand disphy of newly-Imported goods, and
very one marvilh'd at 1I10 extremely low prices.
In tnrtain and upholstery material were shown
m.iiiy new uesigns in cretonnes anil raw silk, ai
about unc-fouith the price. New designs, in
Marseilles quilts weie shuwn, and there were
some colored borders lint -. e very eb'-anl.
We were impressed all through the house
with the extreme lowncfs of 1 tires. Ihe firm
advertise that Ihe low cost of raw luatirlal, the
mproveil ap liiinces for inanufiii lure, and il.e
fctuin to a s eeie basis have nil combined lo
main prices lower than evcrbcfoie, and certain.
ly no house cm wbcic is mine fatornblv .imn.
1 lo receive iill the advantages than Messrs
Strawbridgo iv Clothier.
We cannot but regsr.l the brilliant success
which i.'tended their opening as an augury of
business of the season, iViiWirji'im V.'ien
Petition and bonds for tavern and restaurant
licen-es fur sile at this office, 2o cents a set.
Will be sent hy mall on neelpt of 31 cents in
'lamps. Mar. 112-w
William Kramer has removed his sloro to the
old Hi-owcr stnnd, corner Main and Iron streets.
Ho has added to his stock ngcnernl assortment
of dry goods, which will ho sold cheap for cash
or country produce, Highest prices paid for
muter and egg
Our popular Senator, Geo. D.Jackson, Fpen,
last Sunday in town. He b looking well, nnd
promises to vi-it us again.
VW l sli 1" 'fc'.'f wytj-aaao'TM
WUNDSEY'S BLOOD SEARCHER
Yt i t e ItrtMeM Jtiusl'si UltllltHtt Ol tho 4i
I llllMHl 1 . .MS.I(lll.llBWGI,t.l-
I 1 1 nu.r., It,f. Ill.tiitliathuHunriliilu
... n. ,1,., ,,, , 11 r rr,i m, Mil HI Scrsl.
HU." Jf Hr.M 'i.,,il,. O. . "Isurrd.
1 1 Cl 1 I II rjB.p. li - trr,, f, Smtltirw f,
Im.r-, H. In.. II 11. I' S1I I 1.1 i. III..
aer 19, 'is-u-s vown
in Tin: lic7Liriiiijir.njiMiL'i)ic.ixi:.
No prepara lon has ever performod such mar
vellous cures, or maintained so wido n reputa
tion, as Ayer's Chcrrv Pectoral, which is rec
ognized as tho world s remedy for nil discuses
of ihe throat mid lungs. Ils lorg conl'moed
serhs of wonderful cures In all climates has
made it universally known as a safe and n-lln-lilii
agent lo employ, Agaiint ordinary colds,
which ure the foiernnners of mine serious dis
orders, it nets speedily and suiolv, alwuis re
lieving suffering, and o leu saving life. The
protection it ullords, by its timely uso Ir. the
throut and .ung disorders of chililren, make it
uu intnluublo remedy tu l,0 a.pt ulwnis on
baud In every home. No person can ullord In
bo without itj nnd lliose who havo once ntcd it
hierwill, I- nun llieir know lodge of its com
position and efiects. Phjsicians uso the Cherry
Pectnrul eMen.iicly in their practice, and
Cleriiynieii leiomincnd it. It is ahsubitily cer
tain in its remedial effects, and will always
cure where cures ure possiblo.
Foil Salk iiv all Dealeiu.
jl uo 1.
Tno Orr-tit Discovery.
K. F. Ktinkcl'a Hitter ttlt.o 0' Iron l'or the
euro weak stomach, general debility, Indigestion,
dlso ot tlio nmoustijslpm. constipation, acidity
of t stomnrh and all cases requiring n tonic
Tlio wine liiclinlestbe most ngreeal.lo and e filch nt
Sail of Iron woposs-ss. titrate of Msgnctlooxlle,
combined Willi the must eiicrgtll: of igetablu tun
lea Yellow Permian Htk.
The) cftcct In many casem, rtctitllly, lossef appe
tite, and general prostration, of an enicientsalt ct
happy. It augments Hie annetlte. rslwn ii.n nnisn
iron combined wltn laleiuble Nene tonic Is most
,"kl,, o!t muscular nablnesH, removes the pallor ol
" "sr ui iniuuTiuioiiunco.
IwjouwnntBomethlngtostrengtcn joiiv Hoiou
want a good appetite t iwjo'i want tebulld up 1 our
cocs'ieimon r no you want to Ircl Wi II r Ho you
W4nt t0 Bet tl1' nervousness 1 Do yon wit ener-
WJIwjou want to sleep well ? Do you u misk
"lT"" ul"lo.,1u' W
This truly valuable toula has lieen thoroughly test-
1 UJ 0"cla9e' ot the oommuolty, that it Is now
"""innuio as a i-jnio mcmcme. it costs but lit
tie, purines the blood and gives tone tothestomsch,
renovates the system and prolongs Hro.
I now only ask a trial of Hits valuable tonic, r
Jl rcr bottl:. 18. 1'. KmiM Polo rronilctor. ridi-i-
delphh, pa. Ask ) our liruggM tor Kunkel's Hitter
w me or iron anil take no nth, r make Hold only In
$1 bottles. All others are counterfeit so bewaro cf
mem. net six boiilosfor fi.
1.. 1. leunitci aworra MTunncvci falls to desimv
Pin, Scat, and stomach Worms. Iir. Kunkel lsilm
uiiij-successiuiriijsieun liithts country rcr the rc-
moiai or worms. He removes Tno W01111 with
head, aiilall comrlete, atlvo In twohours.and no lee
until removd. Send er a circular or call on lour
uruggiseanu getu bottl. of Kunkel's Wormsyiup,
piiee ii, 11 neier t.ills.
Now is iho time of vriirfnr l'neiimnntn T.,
Fever, Ac. Everv family slinn d burn n Lniil..
ol Jlnschco's German Sytnp. Don't nllnw for
nno moment that cough to tnko hold of jour
.l.ll.l r it.. is
Y'iui, ;"ur i.iiiiuy or joursen. oiiisumptinn.
Asthma, Pnciinionia, Croup, Hemorrhages, ami
other fatal diseases may set lu. Although it is
true German Syrup Is curing thousands of
iii'se dreaded diseases, yet it is much better to
iiiivu 11 111 nnnii wnen unco doses will cure you
nno iioiiio win lust your nliolo l.imily a wilder
nnd keep you sufofioni danger. If vim aro
consumptive, do not rest until )OU hnvn tried
tins remedy. Snmplo be tics 10 cents. Jieguhir
ai.u f.jeeuis. ouui oy your Urtlgg SIS.
.,,, nn 'ru.,r 11 "
Spring Styles SpringGoods SprlngStyleu,
Tho New Goods,
Tho New Styles nt the
Cheaper than cvrr.
Must bo seen to be believed, better goods nt
nt 1). Lowcuberg's,
Beautiful Silk Hats New Soft lints.
Wool Hats, Fur Hats,
For Men for Hoys and Children
At tho Popular store of
Spring Oveicnnts Spring Ovcrcojt-,
OtsCiin. Durable. Neat nml e. me
Just received at P. Loivenberirs.
A very larsro nssortmcnt of Ladles' nml
Hose just received nt bulz &
A full line ofj usllns Calico, Oinghanis
Tickings, Denims, Shirtiiies etc.. at the low
est prices at 11. j. uiark ec Son's.
Finest StOCk- llf Wall I'at.cr ever in llh.mna.
uurg at e-inri;'H nook IMiire.
Jloot headquarters at McKinney'u.
A full new lino of 'lies. Hows. Coll. .is
euus, uuciiings, ltiUUons, Hoisery etc., at
H. J. Clark ei Sou's.
Shoe Storo below Court
Large assortment of new desiens in Wall
Pancr nt ClnrL-' It.in'j- sitnso
Lulz & Sloan's 5 cent ('illicnca nrn
colors and good quality,
Call at McKinnty'o for Slice-.
Zephyrs, Canvass, Sixony nnd Shetland
Wools, Yarns, etc., at 11. J. Clink it Son's.
Hubbers nt McKiuney's,
Latest Patterns in Wall Paper ntClaik's
The price if Mtilin. have uone up in tho
ciues, uui i.,iiu .v cioau are selling liiec
)et nt ihe 0I1I puces.
sV fine selection of Ladies' Gold Watulis,
and Chains, liotli Aiiiericnn and luinouiil
uy me uo5i uiaxers ut ij. jieniti.trilu JckcI
Dress Goods, Silks. &c nt law Prices nt
ti. j. uiurK ev sou s.
Now is ihe tiuio to paper.
Get your pa
tr nt Clurk's.
Hoots nnd Shoes cheap at McKinncy's,
New Driss Gincbnms nnd cither Drrss.
Lioodsjiist rccelvcit at Lutz .t Sloan s.
Ladies)' nnd Children's Shoes nt 11 T
Clark it Sou's,
The most complete line of Corsets in town
it popular plicts nt 11, ,1, Clark it Sen's.
Genrne A. Clnrk keens tllO hf-kt Til n in
Window S!.fHW the lr-L rw.l I 'I YIN rot.
the bcit Spring Fixtures, '
Lulz it Sloan expect u larire nssortmcnt e.f
new oiiringounnis 111 this week.
DOiiniN's KLi:crRif soap
Having ohtnimd the agency of this
for Illooiriaburi: and vicinity, f nnii.-n.l (Ik,
opinion of some of our bct 'people as to lis
1 have tcncd Dobbin's IClectrin
by I. L, Cregiii it Co., Philailelpbii, Pa..
lor washing about ten years. and think it
superior to any other. Mrs. C. G. Harklev."
" e have used Dobbin's Klectrie Sunn nml
find it superior to nny other or all othrrs.
i.rs. . it. Jniotiv,
Mrs. 1!. II. Stnlmr
I desire all my friends and cu-toiuers to
(jii'C this Soap one Trial,
so that they may know jist how good Ibe
nt'si soap in the united Slates is.
J. 11. .MAIZE,
july 12, 78-ly llloonisburg, P.i.
John Ilenton Idlers his services u rumr.
al laborer nt reasonable wages,
Use Knnpp's Curtain Fixtures, wnrranli il
i'.rtwo yjnrs, for tale it Clark's Hook Stoie.
Hamburg Edulnes. Irisli and Rvcrbmln-.
Tr.nunini's, nuillings, Pulling, Ac, ut II. J.
Clark it Son's,
Admission free nt McKinncy's,
Lutz & Sloan hnvo it oomplele I'Mk of
Table Liiieus.Napkins, Tuweb nudCrashes,
All the popular colors ol Oil Wituluw
Shades ut Claik's lhok Store.
OA H P KTS U jc in New
at ur.o hstr Kiikiilii I'kicks.
c.oon iiki'ssels i tait-rs, 150 per yarJ. Inoksivs
'romfje. M inin'l ILblNH. AXMINSIKft
vki.vrts iwii1v.iist s.-.i:iJi,ui,n'nliti. u i-i" Ya :
steTiiillylOA'rrtces.e.lLt'LiiTIl, nil, laths
rrnm 86c, isr j.ird.
LAt'K Ir l'J,r' 10 ,lie "
189tr.dl51 Gisth Avenue,
f'orieriaih siieet, NKW Yo";
uov. 8i, t Ota ' nico '
1 will malKh'rte) ibu recelne lor asluinio i,ibti.
111 M that wlllrouioie Tun, KKUk. i7u.
i'"" ". ii'iivins i ne skin uu. ut, nml
tiaulilul ! , i-o iiistiiieilinis inr produe i , nu,,
uiiUiunlh in lii.tr nu ii b U 1 1 ,'d or -,,T , , ','
i'lK'-'61 bu -'!' um 'audi Ii a i ., . ju
ALUtt,, N. Y,
uto noy. Si, "18-siia
n .iH. 'irfi 'ruMn ''"' nn menlly cured of
wiisiiin,. ,i n Minpio reme-
"anxious to mnke knownlo Ins fellow siinrr
r.Mi !'". 1"'""'' "f rur.''' To nil who desire it he
will s.'iiil n cm or lbs prosriii! nu Usui, irrec or
charge i with dlie. linns fn, pi,.,',, ,,! lisim, Ihe
. i ii ! win ii nu n sure t in-. (,r (.'ONst'sH-
,.t ,. - ii, hi ,,. .ni in, r.
I'lirMes wlsi , if ii . pn- -rliitinn r I'l i lease n
dress u, A.ilL.s..N,t9ll',i,nse., iiinnUiira, I
1 a.teo i.uv, jj, 'Tlm
ERRORS OP YOUTeT
t ( ssTiVMiKwhosiiffi'reil tor years from Nervous
V lits MiTVI'KKMAu-hsilisoAV.niid nil iho erTecis
nr ontlitul incllm'ii lion, will inr tho sake of surfers
lug Inininiiitj , semi lite to all w ho need It. Ihe reel
p.; 'iiil iilrcctli'ii for maklriglho simple remedy by
whl .i he n ns curd. Nurreicrs wishing lo rrorii by
111 pMfei t eunmlenee: " - r uaressmg
. J"l';',"'lh.'MJt'',lar6t., Nc.r York,
nor. si, -19-fiin oAco
Dr. Fat:r's Celebrated
Fa'.nkss Ecrasiv is tho
i?i i.S,1!,"0."? r"r I'li'sofeierykln l (I'leedlng,
clihia, hind, inward. Ac) nnd all ill-eases on ife
men, whether leci nt or Innir slandlrnf. M imes
i' ?i in mil eui'i cs u ra Ileal nnd rsTinaiitnt
i .. , I. i . UJ 1,11 t '.'' ems wnoareac
uualntnl wdh it chronie enios readily eh n to It.
.Mj.ursi.-ai oiKrannn rnpllli'I 'i l It nnrl relelo
... i " "" "'ai'ror a i aikik I'aik-
a b. fi'iit by mntl on receipt of price. Inrsslebv
ail urnggiftH. lire. .1. 1'AHlift cv vs Ann st.,.N. V.
nov. tut, js-om atco
"wins ii j,,..MMi,.taiaiattsj,m
Dnuchy &X)o'a. Aclvt'o.
r,'m,l,i'JlS'J.?.'.1 'T':',1,'.1.? '.."' ,"".: 3or
aceeULt of hoiks tiiotoii Hie Tons, tniieriho
"Or A. ,n. 'I', i',
Will Provont Thin.
Ask roit tiiise i-iioes wiies licvi.va.
march U, ':n-4w d
si-'siAit''iJist.jjiis!'isii:-' TTJteic. Katarr'
A .'" " V1 ,r 1 a 1A In 1 HIT
I'vanv'ii Pitvotris ini.nr. ii. . . l
m Hhin, fuiil nil lo-nl nrlif.
, i iuiiiLi.1.31 ui iti-uiiutH m inn UilL'K.IUH'ii.
rt'ini f t'ni,wn. It la in. ,.. r . ' L"D 'Vl(
tl..' .low ictlnn of the iamnaVrVurou," 7a?n"s
byuerlsi l'rice iVwniV;- d rnnrVis?,"0
i"aaM'A'jjiiaittJjiwB.lj. .t w wvr.ri .isstjifl
AN ILVt'lTI.NI! lltlllK ! '.'U.IKIO Slll.l)
STANLEY'S OWN STORY
Of lit". "Wllil AiHi'iilnri-s" nnd "Trliiiimlis" rc
wntteu In lie eranhm ml,, nf iin i .V. '...?
Is the only nuilientlo nnd cnpyrtzhlod cukai' foi.'
V,'.'.v',f '"' '? ?"mg thanunj oiiu r bonk In
Aiiurteii c.Uesa it'll. uiToiivor his "Down tiii
c oniiii." The press commend It. Purchasers praise
hardffs9. " Wr 'r 1(' teC'"'S0 " acs"lw
Agents Wantod! 'fXPi?"am,i
mar. l-t, u 4w j
HOW TO OCT THIM In thebeil rrt of th it.'. (T,0(M,(tOl
r" I '.r fro.e -f"" r. " Toeino lloiwt-
tli-ud, UJ.f-ft Luuil CuuiinUtluner, itliot, Htciu.
march 1 1, 'TO -(w a
HAY A R I ) TA jTaO H dferTt'e;
ACIK.NTM WAXTKII. seenrn lerrllnrv i ...n..
CJcaseh city Pen. House, 72:1 sanso'm -t . l'lil'a.
reo. ','j 4v d
This firpflt Skin ('urn U U'M'l'iVTPit inr
Halt Itheum. se.tla IItui, Dindrulf, rimpies nml
t iiiiu'ilorirH. soM cnrywlitre. Sfnt on uccl, ! or
rmnii i.nji"i on ("cuis, iare ti
rrMian 1 liv
lar and tCbdmonUW.
ht'nil to box 350ti lor clrcu-
.IfihiiNuii-s Ano.l.ue l.tiilnii'tit will iini-lil.,
treent this terrible dlstMse. nml uin ,,n-itiT-. .
eurenlno cases In ten. tnforinillup that will kau
manj ucs s,"nt tree by mall. Don't delay .1 moment.
I'rcicnilon Is betier than cure, sni.i riervi.m
:. S. Johnson ,i fo. Btatioi-.ialuu
fcb. as, 'TO -iy d
ny 1 trtuo cf a writ of 5d riurles n. Fa. Issued out ot
tho Court of Common Pleas of Columbia coun
ty, and to me directed, will bo exposed lo nub.
lie sale or out-err, on the premises at two o'clock p.
FRIDAY, MAUdl 23, 1871),
All that certain lot or piece of ground sltuato In
S'cott township, Columbia county, nnd state ot
Pennsjlvaiila, described as follows to-w It t Hounded
on tlio north by land of lljnJamUi lllchart, on tho
east by land of John Lee, on Iho south by land of
Abraham Snjder, Hiram Truusoaml John Shaman
and on tho west by la ud ot nancy Crcvellntf, con
taining one hundred and forty-i.lno acies more
or less oin.hlc'aaio erected auirifi) frame dwelling
honse.bank bum und out-bmidl'ica.
elied, laken In i xccutlou ut tho suit of Hours- .1.
JlcUncn agaluat Moore Cnivellng mid to bo bold as
tho property ol Jloore Cieselli.j.
JOHN- w. HomtvN,
march 7, 'rs-ts
FOE TEN DOLLARS CASH
wo will Insert a'sesen-llne adrertlsemi i.t one eek
. ... ..:'''' iwier,iir s ii .es in a nt;i.
eri ut iht oro.17 papers, or ten lines iv.o we. ks In
iieliolci. of either nf four sepnrule nnd iltstn.c lists
contulnlnir from toiouhi mniisfn,iiM r,.i...i!.,.
one week In all four of tho sum. 1 lists or on- lb e m
nil sly ll.ts combined, belli',' biore ttiaii 1jon panel -,
i- iiisu uase nils or papers by slap s tlirouslunit the
I lilted States, ami t'nnnil.i. Si.ti.s 111 i,.,,i e,..-......
ion pa?e pamphlet. Address, ;. p. Kt!, 1:1,1, A;
'." f.esssimper AuverusinK lnueaii, lo sniue -c,
I' .-. If Vnil Will KUnl HQ llin nan.ao ,M.l,n .1-,.
t;1J.'".s.'1.l"1":(lr'nl'ra 1,1 "'.tell jem wi.iilrt'.iilv'ertise
V....V 'hi ." ' 1." " suusiaciorj- iiici'iceinent is made,
we will lUbinlt a proportion, by return miitl.wulcli
wen, ink will pitusi' jmi. jionev savsu isjvm.i
rctivni send npyoi ihe a.Aerllseinei.t jou will
Use '.iidsintolnwhi,tp.,xrouRaw this.
A !'- ,0 ik'ents ennvnss'nif for the ITri
svf a sliti. ls.tiir. TermB and outltt trie. Ad.
o. . I 'hlliiv, Augusta, Malao
S77 1,".1;,'1.1!1 a"a 'incuses Kinranteed t- Aifents.
"'';. II"'. SIIAWiCO. Al'OCSTA, Maixs.
ORPHANS' COURT SALE
REAL ESTATE !
A d ew Uiibaeli nnd ;in n,.i .. nevi .'..luilnlsiri.
tors, sr., of Alexander Hess, I.1I00I Huinulasl town.
shin deccawd, wilt ctposo to public sileoutLo
antui'tlay, March 22el, 1S79,
it ten o'clock a, m., the foUowtnif dascrlooj, nroiwr.
ty, to-wlt 1
No. 1. A itossuam tu'lnir the MANSION lini'si:
anrtTHACT Of' LaNI) sltuala lu hufjarlcwf lowu
Sthlp, in t'olumbU eounty, 1'oiiiisilvai.la, Hiljotiitnif
lands of Uunjaiul.1 riler.an's Ue.rs, Jolma bavage
via., huu uuil'iv, uuiiunuiei-
a nl 11 perelies, hereon areer-ctod asmsll I'Iiavk
tlul'SK', a loir barn and ria 00 wtcoii fcned. about
Hi ny oures of w Won Is cleared at.il In a ir.,od -.lam
ot cultivation, a
Gsed Apae Crch:.rd & Gced Siunr Cina
on the prrmlsos.
No. . 1 he iinttlvlled half of a ceruia
TKACl' OV I.AM)
situate In Sumrloat townshln. Columiitie nnuniv
I'enusyliAiita, bounded by titul., of Alesauder m.ri
Joshua Hews and other lam of djoeitimi contali.lui-
TIilr1y-pf!ltt .irrt M
and one hundred suet thirty-elght porvhea and allow,
anew of la'.d, the same Vieinj unlmprovKt laud.
No a.-TUo uiidlMduetoiie-tialf ol aoeiUln Tl.' ACT
of LAN's, situate lo Suaarlo.it ton uiU?, tvlumbla
count', reoiisj IvaWn, oonialntiut
y S ACRES!
described BUfollows 1 ACJ ilnliur laadi of the Lelns
if loshua KavaKeoutho soaiu, land ot truet Xn.
on the east, lands cf John rants and- PaiUon
ui" west, und lunda ol i ritK It Mkucuant wi Uie
ICLVH of sAt.B.i-Ten jicr cent, of one.
' 1 in i,f the purolssksi uoiiey tsibepsldatUwBtrlk-
down of the property, the oue-toui lb less Uie ten
1 cent, at oonnrmatlou of sale, and the reinalnliiir
ic fourths Inoue year tuereuiti r Kith n,tei,..t
lr uu eonilnnittiun n'st,
NDKl. HI IIUTI,
ItAlllLuA, llhss, '
ftb.ss, -JH-U AaiaitiUtratcrs.
H, T. HELMBOLO'S
V SPECIFIC REMEDY FOR ALL
For Debility. Loss of IMcmoi'v.
Indisposition to Exertion or l.ns'i
necs.bliortness of Brcatli.Troubleil
with Tliou.L'hts of Disciise.Diiiini-.-
of Vision, Pain in Iho JJaek.Chcst
and IJead, Rush of Plood to the
Head, Pale Countenance and dry
If these svmntoms aro allowed
to go 011, very frequently epilep
tic Fits and Consuinption follow.
When the constitution becomes af
fected it requires the aid of an in
vigorating medicine to strengthen
nut tone up uie system which
"Hel m bo Id's Euclm"
noi.3 IX EVEItY CASH.
'v any remedy known. It Is prescribed by the most
..nnene pnysicians all over tho world, in
-Aches and Pains,
General II! -Health,
Nervous Com plaints,
Female Complaints, &c.
Headache, Pain in the Should
ers, Cough, Dizziness Sour Stom
ach, Eruptions, Pad Taste in the
Mouth, Palpitation of the Heart,
Puin Iho region of the Kidneys.
and a thousand other painful synip-
, si if ; i' 1 J .'
sumo in u inu unspi iiigs 01 (lyspepsn
Invigorate s iUv .Stuitiiteli.
And slimulales the torpid LivLr,
Eowcjs and Kidneys to healthy fic
tion, in cleansing the blood of ail
impurities, and imparting new life
ami vigor to tho whole system.
A single trial -will beqtiilo suffi
cient to convince the most hesit it
ing of its valuable remedial quali
ties. PBICE $1 PER BOTTLt!,
Or Six oItIes (or G5.
DrVyered toany ad dress free from
"Patients'' may consult by letter
receiving the same attention as by
calling, by answering the following
1. oive your name and pcka-oiilee addicss,
count anj state, and our u'aint express oflloo !
2. Your aire and sex 7
11. Occupation ;
i'. Married or sloirto 7
6. llelsht, weight, now and In health t
8. How long hae ou been sick T
7, Your ooiup'.e.lon, oolur of hatr nnd eyes ?
s, Hae j ou a stoop: ny or erett ijatt j
9. liclate wltiout rescrvallon all you know about
jour ease. Baeloae one dollar as oamult uto-i fee
Your letter w 111 thdnroeelvo our attention, an two
wlllglroyou the nature ot jour uiwaso aal our
eacidlJ opinion concs-ruln a cure.
OoaiiwtentphysL-lans atteulto correspondents,
All letters blioult bo uJdreised lo DUpeusatory,
1417, filbert blreet, PhtladnlpliU l'a.
H. "2. Mnriivriior.1),
3rugf;ist and Chemist,
Marcli 7, lblWy
iiyHrtrm ota writ ot Alias VendKt. Isiueit out
of the Court of Common Pleas of Columbia county
and 10 me directed, will bo esposed to public sile M
tho Susquehanna Hotel, In Iho town ot Catawlas,
Columbia county, I'ennsylvanU, at two o'clock p, ra.
TIIUUSDAY, JfAUCII 27th, 1870,
All that certain lot or pleco ot ground sltuato In
the town of Cata'lssa, county ot Columbia, and
sti to of Pennsylvania, tiounndcd and described sa
follows 1 llegtnatng at a post set for a corner fo
sam lot at iho Intersection ot the two pubiloroaeU
leading Irom Iho town ot Catawlssa, respectively to
noiiitijsiiead andMcKelry mills, and running frois
thencotij-the north sldeot said road leading , 'front
McKelvy'a mill soulli etghlcen and one-half degrees
east ono hundred end fo.ty-flvo feet tlx Inches to a,
post, Ihenco by land of J. II. Knltlle north nay and
one-fourth degrees east one hundred andnvo feet
to .1 post north sUo of aforesaid road leading from
Catawlssa to llolllagsliead's Mllt.thcnco by tlie Sam
north sixty-four degrees, west ono hundred snd for
1 j'-four fect to tho place of lx ginning, whereon Is
erected a Uirec-story brick building, thonrsteiory ot
which contains two storo rooms, now occupied by a
dry go ids and grocery merehsat and watch-maker,
second story by publla hall, a-d third story by Ma
mlo Isidso and Chapter I also a ono tory frame
wire house,belnlli" grounl upon whl hsaU build
ing Is erected bounded by tho ro ids betare men
tioned, and In tno rear by property now or late of
uo catawlssa Seminar..
Seized, taken la ctccutlwanJ to bo a)lda?jth
property of the Catawlssa Masonic Association.
Abbott & Uiiawk, Attorneys.
All that certain lot of ground sltuato la the town ot
Catawlssa in tlui;county ot Columbia, - tate ot I'eun
sjlvnnli, bounded and described as fo los, to wit 1
llejlnnlng nt a post set for a corner ot sal I lot at the
Intersection Of tho two publla roals leallngfrom
tho town of Catnwlssi respectively to Ilouinasbead
and McKelvy'a .Mills and running from thence by
tho north sfdo of said road leading from Me
Kelvy's milt south eighteen aaloao-ha1! degrees
cast ono hundred and forty-live feet si Inches to
post, thence by lan Is of Joseph II. Knlltlo north nf.
ty and a quarter degrees, east ono hundred and nv
et to a tsi.st on tho nori h eldo ot tho aforesaid roil
leading from Calawlssi to llolllngshead's mlll,thenc
by the samo north sltty-tour degrees west ono hun
dred and fourty-fo ir feet to the place ot beginning
on which are crjetid a throo-story brick building,
store rooms, public lull and Masonic hall, being th
ground upon which said building, Ac, Is erected,
bounded by tho the roads bef ore mentioned; and la
the rear by property now or late of tho Catawlssa
Seized, taken In execution at tho suit of C. B
Ilrockway ajatnst Hobert Oorrelt wltii notice to Cat-
awbsa Masonic Assoclatlou (larntshco nnd to bo Bold
as tho property ot sail CaUwlssa.Masonto Associa
Elwbli, Attorney, At. Vend, Ex.
All that certain lot ot ground situate la Roarings
creek township, ColumbU county, Pennsylvania,
described as follows, to wit : Hounded on the north
by !.ia1 ot Abram lileo, on the south by land of Con
rad Ilousman.on tho west by land ot .Michael Straus
ser and V.Tll.im Yeaer, and on tlio cast by land of
Kphralm lailhy.contalnlng sesenty-threo acres more
or le is, oa which aro erected a dwelling house, barn,
Ono other pliceof land, boundo Jon tho north by
land of Jacob Strauser, on tho west by land
ot Nolimoa strausser, on the south by land
of lvtsr llowcr and oa tho cast by land ot Con
rad 11 msmnn and William Ycager, containing eigh
One other rleco of land bounded onltho north by
lands of Judge cox, on the west by land at Solomon
Strausser, on tho south by laud of Abram Illco and
on the east by land ot Abram ICIo 0 and Leonard Ad-
am3, containing flftcenlncrcs.
All that pleco or parcel of ground situate lu Hoax
ing creek Township Columbia county .Pennsylvania
dcscrlbod as follows, towlt: bounded on tho south
by lands ot Franklin Yccum, on the West by land ot
samuei iiauck, on tho north hy land ot Wm. Hrcls-
bacliandontheeastby laud of J. 11. Kllnger, con
taining thirty acres more or less, on which are erect
ed adwelllng house ami out buildings. .
wiled, taken lu execution at the suit of Wam
Swisher, Administrator ,of Elliabeth Kllngerman
gaunc iiaviri i'. uower and to be sold as the nrorj-
crty ot David It. 1,- wer.
HucciwAV & Klwiix, Attorneys. Al. Vend. Ex.
All that certain inessusgo, tenement or tract of
laud.sltuate In Locust toanshlp, Columbia county,
btato of l'onosjlvanla, bounded and described u
fo'lows: thatls tosey, beginning ata stonolnth
public roa 1 leading from blabtownto Malnvllle run
ulng thenco by land of Solomon Strauser and Wil
liam Adams north thlity-elght degrees, west eighty
four nnd IHc-tenlhs perches to a stone, thenco by
land ot Oorgo Strausser south sevcntj--slx degree
w est slxl j -twu perches to a stone, thenco by land
of Lewis Ilungo south eight degrees west thlrty-frr
and live-tenths perches to a stone, thence by the
samo south thlrty-ctght degrees cast ono hundred
and three perches to a stone, thenco by th
same south lifty-threo degrees, west three porche
to a stone, thenco by land ot Sulomon Strausser
south rlfty-clght degrees east f ltty-clijht perches to
seono in mo ceniro or 1110 public roa 1 cadlcc; from
Slabtowuto MalnMllo, thenco in sal J road and by
land of Solomon s t rauaser north tw euty degrees east
nineteen porches lo it'stone, thenco In and by th
name north flvedogrees east .tlxtj'-elght perches to
the place of beginning, cuntululng slxtj-tn-o acre
strict measure, on which aro erected a frame dwel
ling house, barn and ether out-bulldlugs.
M'izeu, taken lu execution at the suit cf pa Id ncl.
w Ig, Ku'cutor of leter Helnlg' deceased against
Isaac Lewis with notice to John Ail nn-, t. rre tenant
and owner, and lobe sold as tho propel ty of issao
Lewis, with notlco to John Adams terre tenant and
ABEOrr A- ItiiAw.v, Attornejs. Levari I'aclas.
All that certain tract of land situate In Catawlssa
township, boundel und described as follows, to-wlt 1
i-eginniug at a pine, corner ot late John Ilarlman'
land, and running thenc by the same south eighty
six d-'greee, east thlrly-slxperehes to a stone, I hence
south Iltly-three decrees ono hundred and. twenty-
nvopercnes 10 a stone corner ot Moses Jlaiuram's
land, lh"uce by tho samo soutli sevenl j -four degrees
west eighty-four perches to holcs, soulli seventy
degR.es wust elghtj-.mo perches to stones, north,
twenti -seven degrees west thlrty-slx perches t
etons,south eljhty degrees w est sixty-nine percbe
to stones, thence by land of John Hitter north thre
degrees ear.t ono hundred and eighty-one and three
tenths perches to stones, thenco by land ot Samuel
f human south clghtjvsli degrees east ono hundred
an t tUc-tenths perches to stones, thence by land
late of John Hantaan bouth four degrees, west six-tj-.foi.rand
hve-tenths perches to the placoot be
glntlng, containing ono hundred and sevcntj'-slx
acres and ono hundred and thirty-four perchcs,strtct
measure, whereon aro erected a large two-story
1'ramc Dwelling House, born at.d other necessary
Seized, taken in execution at the suit of Gcorg
Huglics against isulah John, with notlco to J. If.
Smith, As: lnee ot 1, John 4 Son, and to bo bold aa
the prorty Italah John.
W. J. HrcuALKw, Attoruej-. Lei arl Taclas.
Terras cash oa day of sale.
, , nJ . JOHN W. HOFFMAV.
fob,2S 78 fcs bherltl.
A Purely V egetatle Remedy
'X-lio Hufi'isi , nSnaloHt tuiel llcat
over illHoovoroel for
A purely vegetiblo comporind,notdoctorcd with
poisonoasllquors.bclng dry-a gcntlo cathartic and
electlvo tonic sure to effectually curosomeoftho
most eoinmon oud painful ilbeascs that baffle med
ical kUL Thoso who have been cured w hen all
otherracanstailed1Jaitlysay:"Itl-. the greatest
blesslngof tho ago." "I bellcTo I should not noir
be ollvo but for It." Physicians In regular practlc
say: "it works Uke a charm and effectively."
rou sam: hy am, dhuggists.
tlTir tks KIDVr.Y.WORTiu.olrtk.n.bbnJllr ekUlo-L
Jlarcn I, ssm-iy
istati or sim 11 BtHTzsi, puxtsm.
T he unehrslgnoU Auditor appointed bylhi Oourt
if CiHumbla noutii.i .to ui-ti liiute finals in and .inistir
parties enticed lb. rs to In Ihe lit mis of the Aui Inli
raior xlll utts nd lulheduilew el his npi'olmiii'iiltt
Ihoomee or Abbuit i; l.lmwn In ri ia ss., 1 ,fj. "a
Kuluieluy, AKrll rtb.lslu st ten o'elio-i 1. ;m .at Kick
uie and id ue all parlies 1. 1. rsi. it uiuv uf. nd If
'aid find ,'rue'r'trl,,1 "itauii'sl Hon u thaieol
f LUAL 11LANKS OF ALL KINDS
.ij w hand -.'. iiitE 1tm.j1.xiA orno