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THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCKAT,BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
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lull Ho ml Time Table.
, ACKA'WANNA llLOOMSllUitn HAIL HOAU
Accommodation Train,,... .. .f A.M. 8.00A.M.
MRI1 Train T.8 A.M 4.4SP.M
Express Train 1.M 1'. M. 11.4a A. M
UATAW1SHA HAIL ItOAD.
Accommodation Train e,S8 A. M. 1,30 ). M.
lics'ilaf Express 4.04 r. M. 11,43 A, Jl.
Thronsn cars on Express train either to New York
or I'ltlladolplilt. Accommodation train runs between
Catawlssa ani Wllllainsport.
i-iunitt and IlW)OMBORii. boaTC Camera Monday,
Wdnesday and Friday at :30n. m., nrrltoot
lllnotnsburir by 11 :30 a. tn. Leave Moomsuurtr on
same d t) b niter nrrlvil of l'lillndelplilii mall.
iii)omhi'i1 akd 1 AmnsviLLK, Leave Lalrdsvlllo
utesiliy, Tliursdav and Haturdav at 7:30 a. m.,
an Ivlnir at Woomsburi by ' m. Leavo lilnoms
imre on same daj s nrter arrival of I'nrladelputa
nmll Tlio stngo lino terminates atMlllvllle,
nmton and Illoomsburp. A dally stajte lino lealng
lienlon In the morning and returning In Uio eve
ning of tlio samo day.
vmm HAU. and nwoMsncRn.-Ix'ftVo White nail
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 0:30 a. m.,
arriving at llloomsburc by lo a. m, ls?nve Hlooms.
burg on same daj s alter arrival of rniladelpbla
iuniov and iiloomsmjiio. leaves Benton Monday,
Wednesday and Friday nt8 a. m., arriving at
lilooinsburg at a p. m. waves uioomsourg rues.
dav, Tnursaay ana aaiuraay ai i
at llintouatsp. m.
ID a. re., arriving
William IIagenbucli,Execiiior, of .Isaac Hag
enbuch wilt sell at 1'iiblic SiW on the premises
on Saturday, June 7th 1879, valuable Real Ks
lole. See advertisement in anolber column.
Court nt Hanvillo next week.
Soldiers I Don't forget the Convention next
Salurilay nt Comll's Hall.
The thirsty earth wns greatly rcfresbeil by
shower on Saturday ami .Monday.
There will bo nn adjourned court on June
5th, when the nrgutucnt list will bo taken up.
Think fortune there nre no walking matches
in Columbia county.
Judges' salaries certainly should be Incrcas
cd. Tlicro is nn assistant law judgo In this stale
who nftcr taking a newspaper for thrco years
nnd half refuses to pay for it, and lawyers to
whom tbo bill was sent for collection report
that he owns nothing out of which tho amount
could bo mode. Such poverty is not often
covered by judicial ermine.
This Troupe, which will appear at tho Opera
House this Friday evening, in the piny of
"Hip Vnn Winkle," and to-monow night in
'Fnnchon the Cricket," are highly spoken of
v) uio press, j hey have been playing with
great success in many pnrts of this State.
Littlo Dorrit Ashton is said to represent
Knnclion nlmot If not quite ns well as Mnggio
Mitchell. Tho Fitt-ton AYrninj Press cnlts
her "tho tost child actress in the United
Stales'" J. 11. Asliton has gained a wide
reputation ns "Hip Van Winkle," and is said
to bo superior to Carner who played tho snmo
character hero some timo ngo to a largo liouso.
The whole troupe is good, and no one should
fail to nllcnd their performances. Give them
n good liouso.
Abram Hill ct ux vs. Ann Hill and
Stiner, verdict for plaintiff for $0.38.
A. K. Maurcr vs. D.K. Hower, and Solomon
Strausscr. Verdict for defendants.
Iteport of viewers of road in Catnwissa twp.
confirmed and review set aside.
0. W. Jacoby, Joseph K. Sands nnd John
Mordan wero appointed viewers of a road in
D. P. Curry's license was granted.
Additional bond of assignco in estate of I.
John & Son filed.
Fctition to substitute administrator in place
of deceased plaintift", Mercy A. Young; ordered
to he lileil.
While a young man named Slepp was dig,
Kt"S im -.sniper een on a small tmnil nar
Treverlon Junction , eleven miles below Sun
bury, he came across the body of a man buried
in tho sand, which proved to be Ihe remains of
Fred. A. Willielm who was drowned at IXin
vine, wiui in son m uecemoer last. lie was
recognized by his name being picked with In
A number of SlienfFs sales nre advertised ilia ink on his right arm, (Fred. A. Wilhelm.)
Everybody Is Invited lo attend the Btrawber-1
ry and Ice Cream Festival to hel I In the Opera
House on the evenings of May 30th and 31st.
No admission feo.
CENTRE TOWNSlllr NEWS.
Wiutmiue, Col. Co., Fa., May 15th, 1870.
F.MTOR9 CoLCvniANi As 1 have not seen
any items in your pnper from this place 1
thought I would write a few lines nnd have tho
people know how wo aro getting along.
A Grand Croquet Parade will bo held in
Bloomsburg on Saturday, May 21th, tho party
will parade through Main street, nnd from
thenco to a croquet ground. It is Intended to
be gotten up in style. A grand timo is expected
by all. J. u, Creasy, proprietor; II, White,
Lots of potatoes aro expected this year.
Mr. Wm, Shaffer has planted ten ncres ol
potatoes. He thinks they will bring a good
price next year.
i ne new store creeled by Wm. l.nmon is
occupied by I'dwnrd Wagoner, which was
opened on Monday last. It is n cheap cash
V subscription school was opened by Cnlvin
Hcmaley, of this place, on last Monday n
week. It is to continue eleven weeks.
uur M. Ij. huntlay school is in n very
flourishing condition at present, under tho
superintendence of A. 1. lowler of Willow
Springs, Yours truly,
A' J. unman, the enterprising Druggist, cor
neroflhrelay street and llronlway., N. Y
manufacturer and proprietor of "Dilman's Sea
I sell large quantities of Giles' Liniment Am
monla. It Is the best preparation I have seen
in an experience of many years, and do not lies
itale to recommend il before any thing of the
kind I know of.
Sold by all druggists. Send for pamphlet.
120 West Broadway, N. Y.
Trial size 25 cents.
for June 10th.
Wellington Hartman was injured by a fall
from n roof at ihe Hed Mill one day last week.
Moyer Brothers sods, fountain is in great de,
raand Ibis hot weather.
Catnwissa wants a fire engine nnd it looks ns
though sho intends to have it.
Word was immediately sent to his family here
anil ins uroiner Shanes went alter liim, arriv
ing here on the early train on Tuesday morn
ing. He was fonnd without any coat, and it li
supposed that he took it oil in his effoits to
save himself from drowning. His walrh
walch-key, comb, and a large knife were found
upon his person. Ills body was in a good stale
I of preservation. There is as yet no tidings of
his son who was drowned nt the same lime,
Tho Mountain Grove Camp Meeting will The funeral took place yesterday from Ihe rcsi
EFFECT OF DIET ON LKJUOll DHINKINO.
open August fith nnd continue until the 14lh.
The Agricultural Society will hold its fair in
October beginning on the 15th.
John Wolf is ngent for the now Buckeye
lawn mower. It is one of tho best made.
denceofhis widow and be was interred in the
cemelry at Riverside, An inquest was held on
the body where it was found and the verdict
was accord ing to the facts stated above. Mon
Charles Napiar, an Knglish scientific manl
has been testing the truth of Liehig's theory
thai liquor drinking is compatible wit ti anima
food, but not with farinaceous diet. The ex
periment was tried upon twenty-seven liquor
drinking persons, with results aubtaining the
Liebig theory. Among the most striking in
stances of reform brought about by a change of
diet was that of a gentleman of CO, who had
been addicted to intemperate habits for thirty.fi ve
years, bis outbursts averaging one a week. II
constitution was so shattered that he had great
difficulty in insuring bis life. After an attack
of delirium tremens which nearly ended fatally,
be was persuadrd to enter upon a farinaceous
diet, which, we are assured, cured him com
pletely ill seven months. He seems to have
been very 111 in at the beginning of the experi
ment, but at the close of the period named had
gained twenly'eight pounds, being then about
the normal weight for a person of his height.
Among the articles of food which are specified
THE AUIUCOLTCUAt. SOCIETY.
The members of the Agricultural Society met
n the Opera House on Hiturday afternoon, May
17th, and were railed to order by Ihe President,
rank 1. vans. On nutinn of M. W Niks, I..
It. Iketcr, lq., was elected president of the
convention, The minutes of the list meeting
were read by the Secretary M. W. Nuss,and ap
proved. The financial report was bho read by
the Secretary. On motion of Mr. Smith, O. 11
Brockway, C. M. anderfllce and J. 0. Brown
were elected Secretaries. After a motion by
Col. Knorr that the convention proceed to the
consideration of amendments to the charier,
Mr. Nuss offered the following resolutions!
WitKiiF.A.3 It ti desired to amend the charier of
the Columbia County Agricnllural,Horticultural
nnd Mechanical Association, and it Is believed
In would be beneiiclsl to salil society nnd Im
prove Its usefulness to have nnd poess all Ihe
nowers and tirlvlleges of cornorat ons ol l ie
lirst clas, specified In the Act o( Iho General
Assembly of the Commonwealth of rennsylvan
la, entitled "An Act to provide for tho curpoi'
allon and regulation of certain coriHirallons."aii
proved the 2'J Hi Hay of April, A, IJ. lod, and
Its several supplements, Therefore
lie il Jlerotml, 1st, 1 lint ihe charier of
the Columbia County Agricultural Horticultu
ral ami Meclimlcal Association be amended ns
fol ows. to-wit I
1. lo accent the provisions of the Act of the
General Assembly of the Commonwealth of
Pennsylvania, entitled "An Act to provide for
the Incorporation and regulation ol certain cor
porntlnns," approved the 29lh day of April, A
li. isri, anil us several supplements.
2nd. 1 hat the business of said corporat'on
be transacted at the town of Bloomsburg, In
said county of ColiimbH.
Jrd. 1 hat the business of said conoration
shnlllbe conducted by a President, a Board of
Directors, consisting of 7 members, a Clerk,
Treasurer nnd such officers, agents and factors
as the corporation authorize lor thai purKse.
4th. That the said cor;oration may issue cap
ital stock to the amount of $50,000, divided In
to 5000 shares of the par value of $10 each.
olh. The members of the said corporation
shall consist of stockholders, subject to such
conditions and regulations as shall be prescribed
by the liylsun of said corporation,
bth. Only members resident In Columbia coun
shall vote nnd hold office.
liaifhed, 2nd, That the President nnn
Secretary of this Society be authorized and ill
that tho present business of the N'orfh Penii Senator
nnd tho Bound Brook roads will not Increase
With tho Philadelphia terminus nt Ninth nnd
(! recti streets, Ihe traffic between tho two citiot
must Increase, nnd this ntone, Mr. Gowcn rnys,
would make up any deficiency upon Iho lenses,
leaving Ihe large sum nbovo mentioned ns thn
actual nnnunl profit to tho Heading resulting
from tho transaction. Mr. Gowcn further
says that the Baltimoro nnd Ohio rnitrnad has
no connection whatever with Iho lencs just
mndo and he docs not nnticlpnto any row or
disputo with other lines.
As for iho Lehigh nlley rond, ho says ho
has written to that company, expressing lils
desiro to continue tho friendly relations with
them, nnd to move nil the traffic they can give
him. As to tho Pennsylvania road, Mr. Gowcn
says tl'cro is tio reason to assume thnt there
will bo nny rivalry or antagonism whatever
between them; hut, on the contrary, they will
doublless find It to their mutual interest lo
work in harmony with cacli other.
Pennsylvania official think thnt tho new
scare is calculated to revolutionize passenger
trntli; between Philadelphia nnd (he metropo
lis, by reason of tho advantngo extended,
should Ninth ntd Green streets bo made the
Philadelphia terminus. Already property
owners adjoining tlio present depot fed that
their wealth has been materially increased by
tho lat net of the Philadelphia and Heading
railroad, and await willi nnxicly the next step
in tho way of improvement upon tho property
owned by tho company in tlio locality ol Ninth
and Green sticets.
The situation is very well understood by the
Pennsylvania railroad people, and they admit
that unless they make n mcve in n similar
direction there will be u very large percentage
of the passenger traffic to New York taken
from them, 'i hey do not fenr, though, that
the leaso will affect their freight business,
because in that respect tho position will he just
the same as when the jiouiui nrooK roulo was
under its former management. As the New
York passenger traffic i comparatively n small
portion of thtir business, they look witli
aimarent unconcern upon the foretold transfer
reeled to present to the court of Common Pleas of y;cv, York travel from their road to the
She Icnineil to swim only
last summer, hut now she can swim cntlrtly
iirniin l Ihp basin, mid she ll mis very welt
too. Women ns u rule II at better than
men; It Is Imrimhp llielr tiom-s nr lighter,
their Itcsh bus less solidity nnd they nre
morj buoyant. Hero is tho habit of Mrs.
j l'cel tho weight of It ; you could
not swim much with that tm. Let mo see ;
how is it 7 It seems to be wrong sidn out
and up silu down, All I now I lnve it ;
Ibis is tho nay It goes on. You tee It con
sists of waist, sleeves, skirt, nnd pantaloons
f II In olio garment. When tho ladies first
enmo here they had long sleeves to thetr
of Columb'a county, the iwtition of this corpir
ation, praying for the nmendmeut and altera
tion of the said charter, and do and perform all
other acts and things necessary to he done, for
the puriose ol amending and altering the said
charter in accordance with the spirit and intent
of the forgoing resolutions.
,dr, Brockway offered n substitute that
any person before being elected to otlice
shall pledge himself to opposo the change
into a stock company. Tho original res
olution was supported by Col. Knorr, C G.
Baikley, Ksq., Win. Neal nnd A. P. Young.
After discussion Mr. Brockway withdrew his
substitute and the vote was ordered on tho
original by yeas and nays. The Secretary
called the roll and on competing it, Hon.
T. J. Vanderslice demanded that his name bo
called as he was witling to pay his arrearages
to the Society. This gave rise to a long dis
cussion upon the right of Mr. Vnnderslico to
vote and membership generally. Upon motion
it was ordered that any person who would buy
a ticket would be allowed to vote. The presi
dent declired that the amendments were lost
Tlio June number of Iho Eclectic closcstbo OTth
toluinoct the new series, nnd Is provided with nn
Index which, comprising nearly oue hundred titles
tosldesthcLdltorlal Iiepartraent shows how wldo
Is the scope and how varied Is tlio Interest of tlio
magazine. Permanent value as well as current in
terest Is ulscd nt In making tlio selections, and It Is
worty of note that In tho entire contents of tho tot
time tlicro Is scarcely an article which does not still
retain Us value and Interest for tho render.
'Ihe present (June) number Is emtielllshel with a
fine steel -engraved portrait of I'rof. fienier Y,
Halrd, the sin-censor of Prot.Ilenry In tho secretary
ship of the Mnlthscnlan Institution. Tlio table ot
contents Is as follows i "On the thou cor hooks,"
a lecture by I'redirle Harrison; "Tho Egjptlan
crisis," by Edwnrl Dicey ; "On sensation and the
l,il,l .I....... I.,, , ..,.. c , i i .., f-cnslfcrousOrgahs'by Prof llinley; ".Mr. lluskln's
,, b " r ' """ society," by a member ; "The Defcnc
them ofl closo up lo the shoulder, which ft dedicatory Poem to tho Princess Alice," by
gives tbem a inucli Ircer tiso ol llieir arms. Alfred Tennjson:"i:odlly Illness os a Mental stlmu
lant." by It. A. Proctor j "The southern stales of the
.,. , i t. , ., , i American i won "v-omeinpoiui j uivmuin-wiv
Bsi hi me wnier, spin.suing cncn oiner.iaugn. . , . , ,.Mllcl(,moi9Hle HcMer
ing, nnd screaming ; four women will niako pac," chapters VIH, and IX. ; "Chapters on social.
more noio llinn n dozen men." But. since Ism," by John Stuart Mill (conclusion) ; "A May
a great Frenchman has said that, "to illno lETTZ
with perfection tho presence of women is Work 'Tho viier nud the Horse ;' "Professor
Inadnilssablc," I will parody him by sty- lia.rd,' a biographical slctcli, by the EJltor; Liter-
ing that for women to swim with perfection ar Ko! Vngn Literary Notes: Sclencoand
.1 r , , ti,, i Art , iirletles
tlio presence of man is itindmissable, and imoikiiwI bv n. 11. Pellon. S3 Ilond street, New
ho will turn to n subject apromt of (lining, Yonc. Terms. 't pirjear ; single number, js. rents:
'I rial Mibucrlpiloii tor thrco months, 1,
A 0 HEAT LlTKItAHV WOltlv.
A work that every lover of good literature wanu
nt constant command, treatise, while It Is superla
tively attractlicnnd Interesting In Use!', It Is also a
key and Index lo all other good Digltsh literature,
enabling one to st-e and J'ldge for himself what au
thors and books are most destrab c for him to read-
such Is iho now ' Acmo" edition ot "Cham
Ur"s cycloptolli ot Engllili Literature." In Its
Philadelphia and Heading.
Descriptions of fashion centres are always of
interest to your lady readers , so this week I
place before them the result of an hour's ram
ble through an establishment which l,ol Is the
anie enviable position in Philadelphia as does
Stewart's in New York.
On a late stormy day, we entered ihe mam
moth establishment of Slrawbridge A Clothier,
at the northwest corner Eighth and .Market
streets. Notwithstanding the unfavorable wea
iher.customers enough to be considered ru-h'
in a house with a less active busines, were be
sieging the counters of the various departments.
Very few, perhsps, of our readers ore slriin
gels to this popul ir dry goods house, but oi.ly
those who have visilid the store within the
past few weeks can form any idea of the im
mense assortment now on exhibition of eviry
variety of dry goods suitable for cummer. A
description of the vat array is not our object,
and cou'd not be attempted in a single letter.
The internal arrangements of Ihe building
oino Indies of Washington havo beet: re
cently thrown Into n simmer and Mew of ex
citement by tlio ndvent of n lecturer who
demonstrates from the stage with battcrk) de
cuiiinctic most useful of all science. Bi
fore tho bright viion has pissed away of
neat teachers and "sweet girl graduates'
learnliig to make coffee, mix omelettes,
cutupound and bnko puddings It may b
wortli whib- to inquire Into the necessity ol nearly s.wo pages It glics biographies ot all noted
Ibis great fuss, about gridirons, stew-pan,
lectures nnd larding pins. It lias been lb
custom of Trench nrtists of the kitchen to
deny to Americans the commonest ncqtinin
lanco witn culinary lines, ui late ytars
wo havo certainly biruggltd to cast off some
of our ignoiance. Cookery was once nn oc
cult mystery to nil but tlio inmates ol the
kitchen, and well bred young Iniliis scorned
acquaintance witli the commonest duties of
tho cook, but tho art of dining in i flicial
and political life has acquiud serious pro
portions, and there tiro matrois in Wash
iugtoii, wboe husbands arekuown, by name
at least, in both hemispheres, who take
keen Inlerest.in tlielr.table, and who tin tut
on stale, or any prandial occasion, leave
everything to the chief. If that I'reucli
Latest PattcrM In Wall Paper at Clatk's
, A fine selection of Ladies' Gold Watchc
! nntl Chains, both American and Imported
by the best makers at l. jiernnnra'R jewel
DOUlHN'tf KLKOTH1C SOAP.
Hiivlng obtained tho agency of this
for lllooinsbiirg and lclnlty, I append the
Pinion ol some ol our dcbi people as 10 us
I have used Dobbin's Electric bonp made
by I. L. Crnglii & Co., Philsdelphia, Pa,,
lor ivashhii' about ten vears. and think It
superior to any other. Mrs. U. O. Harkley."
We have used Dobbin's hlectricboap and
find It superior to any other pr altothert.
n. rs. , ii. uncouy,
Mrs. 11. II. Stohner.
I desire all my friends and customers to
Giie tliit Soap one Triat,
) that they may know just how good the
Best Soup in I lie united states is.
.1. Ji. .tiaizi;,
july 12, '78-ly llloomsburg, Pa.
Hoot headquarters nt McKlnney's.
All kinds of hair work done cheaply, neatly
and promptly by Llulo II. Jacoby, Iron
street, below 'Fourth, l'.itronlzo homo lu-
I-'or a Fin Suit of Clothing go to tlio
New York Clothing Htore, alo nice Suits
from !) to li dollars.
For the cheapest and finest pattern", of
Iron Fence go to S. M. Hess, Bloomsburg,
Boots nnd Shoes cheap at McKlnney's.
All the popular colors ot Oil Window
Shades at Clark's Hook Store.
Ilrltlsh and American authors from earliest times to
the present, with cholco and eharactcilsttc selec
tions from their writings, thus being a concentra
tion ot the best productions of modern Intellect, it
Is published In eight h.indy and beautiful lGmo
vuluines, nt prices so low as to seem leally uslonl-li-
lngtumost book buyers, viz: In paper complete,
Jl.tsi : cloth, ta.ot ; halt morocco, Ji.'s ; halt moroc
co, tlio four volume edition, M."J. rromtlit'se low-
rates n discount ot 10 pjr cent. Is allowed to those
ordeilng before June 1, nnl a further discount ot lu
per cent, when ordered In clubs of IHeormi-re. H
is not M,ld by dealers or agents, but only lobioeis
direct, by the ptibllsheis, the "Ariicrleiiii Ituok llx-
change," r.i lleeKmau ttrt'tt, rew Turk, whowlll
send specimen pages, Ac., free, on request.
Givo Dirzel a trial nt the Kxchange lhrber
shop. He will be sure to please you.
Mrs. Richard Edwards died on Tuesday
morning after a brief illness. The remains were
Interred in Kosemont Cemetrry.
What a truly beautiful world we live inl Na
ture gives us grandeur cf mountains, glens and
oceans, nnd thousands of means of enjoyment
Charles A. Moyer has taken ou t letters of ad
ministration in the estate of the late John K.
Do not fail to attend the performances by
tho Ash tons at the Opera House this Friday
nnd Saturday evenings. They are first-class.
alcohol, are macaroni, haricot beans, dried peas,
and lentils, all of which should be will boiled
and flavored with plenty of butter or olive oil-
We can desire no better when in perfect health The various garden vegetables are said tobehtlp'
but how often do the majority of people feel ful, but a diet mainly composed of them would
like giving it up disheartened, discouraged nnd not resist the tendency to intemperance so ef-
worried out with disease, when there is no fectually as one of macaroni and
occasion for this feeling, as every sufferer food, From Ibis point of view, high glutinous
can easily obtain satisfactory proof that Green's bread would be of great utility, but it should
August .Flower will make them as free from not be sour, such acidity being calculated to
distune ns when born. Dyspepsia nnd Liver I foster the habit of alcoholic drinking. A like
Complaint is the direct cause'of seventy-five I remaik might be applied to the use of salted
nre complete. On the first floor spacious and
by Naiiiar as pre-eminent for antagonism to na ttm n.snrv iwn.ihirili did nnl vnin In il. brilliantly lighted are many cireidir ami
affirmative. On motion of Mr. Neal, the sala
ries of the President, Secretary and Treasurer
ro fixed the same as last year.
Mr. Hupert offered the following amendment
to the constitution:
Rewlval. Thst anv person wishing to become
farinaceous a member of this association shall buy their
tickets and pay their dollar on or betore the
first day of January preceding the nnnunl
election in May, to constitute him a voting
member tor the ensuing yenr.
This was objected to ns not having been
advertised according to the provisions of the
per cent, of such maladies as Dilliousncsa, In-1 food. If we inquire the ciuse of a vegetarian's I charter, and it was then offered as a new rule
digestion, Sick Headache, Costivencss, Xservous I alleged disclinalion to alcohlic liquors, we find atll passed- The convention proceeded to the
Our Catawisa letter has not appeared for Prostration, Dizziness of the Head, Palpitation that the carbonaceous starch contained in the I election of officers. Messrs. Frank F.vans
the past two weeks owing to the engagements ofl of ihe Heart, and other distressing symptoms. I macaroni, beans or oleaginous aliment, appears I anj j.;, j, Mcilenry were nominated for Prci
our correspondent. We hope to be able to pub
lish it reguhrly hereafter.
We do not observe that M.F. Eyerly Ksq..
looks any more venerable than he did a week
ago. and yet he has n perfect right to. He is
a grand. father now.
The Officers nntl stock holders of tho
Irondalo Furnace are holding their annual
reunion at this placo. The "Kxchange" can
now got rid of some of its fine old champagne,
which poor people nro unnblo to buy.
Mr. Joseph K. Sands requests us to say that
when he voted for the nppointment of John
Hartman as Mercantile Appraiser, ho supposed
of course that tho list would bo in Iho Colum
bian ns usual.
Three doses of August Flower will prove its I to render unnecessary and, therefore, repulsive,
wonderful effect. Sample bottles 10 cts. Try it. I carbon in an alcoholic form.
aug. 30, '78-tf jl
Hev. W. ! Kribs, pastor of the Reformed
church will hold n series of services at Hel
ler's, beginning Thursday morning at half past
len. The meeting will close on Sunday evening.
Hellervllle narrowly escaped a destructive
fire last week. The house of S. II. Swank was
discovered lo be on lire, but with hard work it
was subdued after a part of the roof was burned.
We nre requested lo announce that Gen. J .
Kllpatrick, at the Opera House in Danville
on June 31 next, will deliver his celebrated
lecture "Sherman's March to tho Bea" for the
benefit of Goodrich Post. No. 22 G. A. H.
At the meeting of Ihe Trustees of the Nor
mal School on last Monday evening, the old
otticerswere reelected, viz: Hon. Wrn. Klwelh
President; F. P. Ilillmyer, Kq,, Secretary,
and II. F. Hartman Treasurer. The Stale has
selected agiin D A, lieckly and Charles W.
Miller Esq., as Trustees on its part for the en
suing three years. Mesirs. IJecklyand Hark
ley went to HarrUburg on Monday to aid the
Normal Appropriation Ilill. It is to be hoped
that it w ill pass as t.ur School has been obliged
to let the Insurance run out for lack of funds.
The respective Standing Committees as coc
stituted by the President, are as follows viz :
Committee on Finance ; Wm. Neal, John
Wolf and Chas. W. Miller. Committee on
Grounds and Buildings, L. 11. Hupert, Jacob
Schuyler and David Lowenberg, Committee
on Household j Jacob Schuyler, David Lowen1
berg and C, Hitlenbcnder. Committee
Instruction and Discipline, C. G. Darkly, L
H. Drinker and D, A. Heckley, Committee
on Furniture, Library and Apparatus; S
Knorr, C. H. Huckalew and C. 11. Brockway.
Committee on Heal, Water, and Light : John
A. Funston, M. E. Jackson and E. Menden-
The store of W. C. Hartzel was entered Fri
day night or Saturday morning by burglars
taking goods lo the amount of about $200, and
made their escape, it is supposed by the way
of the river, as a boat was stolen from Mr.
George Feller. It is honed the rogues will be
caught, as such robberies are of frequent occur
rence in this locality.
dent of tho Society. Tho chair appointed
Messrs. Young and Hupert, tellers. The roll
was called, Mcilenry received 33 nnd Evans 32
votes. Mr. Nuss wasje-nominatetl for Secre
tary and unanimously elected. Wesley How
mnn, Sylvester Purscll, J. G. Quick, M. G
Hughes, U. II. Knt, A. P. loung and l reas
Fowler were nominated for Vico Presidents :
the result was announced as follows: Young, 48;
Hughes, 47; Fowler, 32- Quick 31; Ent, .11;
Howmnn, 30; and Pursell, 27. Messrs. Young,
Hughes and Fowler wero elected. A second
ballot was taken in which Knt was elected ns
The young people of the Lutheran church tho fourth Vice President. Messrs M. C.
will holtl an ice cream, strawberry and floral
festival on the "ill of June, A nice time
A musical entertainment was held in the
M. E- Church n short time ago, and was decid
edly a success.
The Rev .Mr. Shadow attended Ihe Luther
an Synod at Shamokin.
Vance, Wm. Shaeffer, Peter A. Evans and N. Sup; lies of all kinds fir personal wear
straight counters, each devoted In a particular
line ot goods, ami mere nre uisjii.iycii in pro
fusion, silks, dress goods, mourning fabrics,
tlolhs. cassinieres, hosiery, underwear, men's
furnishing goods, cloves, fancy goods, tlrr-s
trimmings, art needlework, foreign anil domes
tic cottons, parasols, uiubrtllas, fans etc., etc.
The basement, one of ihe inott unique salts
rooms in Ihe world, is occupied by the depart
ments lor linens, curtain materials, piano cov
ers, flannils, blankets, quilts, inu-liin, etc.
The second floor easily accessible by e.cvator,
is handsomely lilted up and richly carpeted.
Here are scld ladies' misses, children's and in
fants' costumes, wraps, shawls, underwear, etc ,
and boys' clothing. This loom is considered
one of the most magnificent salesrooms in the
The floor above is occupied by the Mail Or
der Department (so popular with the 1 idles ot
your county) where the wants of out-of-town
consumers are uuentieti 10. no aumirabiy o:
ganizetl is this tfepirlment lh.it no longer it
necessary to come to Phihdelphia lo ulcct ll
season s mpplits ol ttry goods. A letter care
fully stating about what is wanted, will receive
a prompt reply, accompanied with full lints of
.aniples, lU'irktHi at Hie lowest prices at wind;
any bouse in this country can k-II simi'arqusli'
ties, A lady in any pari of the United Mates
can now, while remaining coinfortitl ly at
home, m ike selections of ihe choicest slylts ol
whatever mav be needed and rtceive the sunt-
without the tioubloor fatigue necesaiy for
trip to the city.
The dry goods htiu-es of to day are vastly
inherent from llio-e twenty years ago, ami are
the lecjgnizeil tmsints4 centrts ol the times.
Under the above heading, Ihe St. Croix Cbur-
II. W. Ilrown were nominated for Executive
Committee; tho ballot resulted as follows:
Urown, H; Evans, 44; Shaeffer, 33; and
Vance, 30; thus electing Hrown, Evans nud
Shaeffer. J. F. Peacock was reelected Treas
urer without opposition. Chandler Eves and
Matthifs llarlman were nominated for Libra
rian; Eves was ciocted. On motion convention
t'tn.KMv.v -In OrangevdV nn the 13. b mst
Mr Samuel Ci-Liuan, aged 71 vcars 1 iiionll
and 21) ihvs.
Yr-ieiKii Cnnisv. At the home uf th
bride, Miy 13th 1S70, by Hv. J. A. Admin !of
Etiersburg. Pa.. Mr. Darius Yeager of Koaiing
gourmand had a little experience dining in Creek and Mi-s Hinnali K. Creasy of Nu-
nshiiigtoii ho would learn to say that : media nil of Columbia county Pa.
"to dine in perfection the supervision of a
woman is indispensible." These demonstra
live lectures will do much good if they suc
ceed in teaching us that tho basis of all
g'jod cookery Is cleanliness.
There is a wonderful contrast between the
average dowdy American conk w ith hertlirty
apron and apology fur n cap, surrounded by
black saucepans aud greasy dishes, per.plr
ng hugely over an enormous lire, and the
nimble fingered immaculate skirted French
urti'te, wearing her large snowy head-dress
the (listening coppe r saucepans ol' her pro-
ession rangeti systematic illy over a rtim-
pact cniircoai or gas-slme. Hie one is n
queen in her sphere, the monarch til nil ihe
urvcys. The oilier, when she is not too
much absorbed in sentimental reveries to
ignore altogether the fact that upon her,
more than upon all the medical faculty, tie
pends the health of "the nation ir t'
"representative republic of soverigu statu-,
is engagen in a oaruarous warfare witli livr
tools ; red in tlio face and as smoky as the
dihes she concocts, sho lays about her
heavy handed and furious with the best in
tentions, but ncr productions are very u:i-
Aw till Annie.
MAKRIAOT. OP A WHALTII V Will fi: (illtl. or
IIKAVr.K COUNTY TO AN ltiNOKANf
Finest stork of Wall Paper ever in Itl"oni-
burg at Clark's Hook Satire.
Large- assortment of new designs in Wnll
rnper at Clark s Hook store.
Call at MclCinney's lor Shoes.
:pnng Nyles r-pringuoods Spring My If
Call mid see
The New Goods. Tho New Shies at ll
Cheaper than ever.
Must bo seen to be believed, better goods nt
li wer prices
at 1). Lowenberg'
Clark & Son open this day an elegant lin
of Counterpanes, Lices.Collnrs, Cull's.ljlovi-,
anu i'arasols at greatly reduced prices.
The largest stock of Corsets in the county
and at lowest prices at Clark & Son's.
Hartman Itros. are selling a fine Oolong
Ten for 80 cents per pound, also n liue sugar
at 8 cents per pound. 2w.
Spring Overcoats Priring Overcoats,
C cap, Durable, Neat.and New
Just leceived at 1. Lowenbergs.
Ftrmrs attention ! f?. -M. lies', Hlooms'
uiri'. Pa . now oilers chenp for cash or grain
all kinds of farming implement.
I', P. Kiinkel's Hitler Wine nf Iron.
Ha. r.c,-r hi-i-ii known to fall In the cure of weak
nc, a'ti'ii-led with symptoms, lnillposltlon to ex-
rtt in. Ins-, of mennry, dllli-'ulty of breathlng.gen-
rial w.iikut-ss, liorror of tllsease, weaK, nervous
ml hint, tin aitful In rnir of death, nlghtsweata,
cultl feet, weuknij, Ul'jauiss of vision, languor,
universal Lvsslludo ot tho muscular tystcm. e-ronl-
us nppotlte, with dyspeptic sjfctein, hot Lands,
Hu-lun;: of Iho hn,ly, urvuess c. the skin, pauia
. -I'll ince snrt eruri'tius o.i t:i- face, puilfylng
die blow!, pain In the. back, lieatlneuof tho eyelids,
tr iiueir blank spots lljlng before tho eyes with
irmporar) sufruloa and low of sight ; want ot at-
lenil.m. tU-. These ssmploms all niiso rrom a
w nKiirie, nntl to ri-im-ily that, use E. 1", Kunkel'n
Bitter Wiui- of iw n. It never fills. '1 housands nro
now entiling health who ba-e used It. flettbo
.mine. "Mil lu i' tiii't'es. lake only r..r. hunk-
Ask tor Knn'el t littler W tin. of Iron. ThUtruly
vat , it'l.- tt.nle tin I "i so thoro'ishly tested by all
tiiwhtif the euii.miii.il t tint It Is now doomed ln
illspenslble am tonic wntrlne It costs but lltllo
nutl purines Ihe hlnnd, untl glit-s rone to tboitom
.uli ii-iii.vjtr-s Ihe sjst.-m andprolongs life.
I now onlj ask a trial ot lids valuable tonic, l'rlco
f I per bottle. K. V Kl'NKKl . s-ule Proprietor, No.
233 North Ninth St., teit.w Vir.e, Philadelphia, I"a.
k for r.unk-.ls miter VHno ot Iron, nnd take no
n i. A ptiotogr pli ot tbo proprietor on i-ncU
wrapper, Ui otiurs aic counti-rrelt.
li-witrf of ctmnterte'i -. i)u not let your druggist
sntlyo'1 nnv but Kunkt-l's whlcl Is put up only ns
nb-iit- ie rfsAhti-d. lour.'in get sK bolt les tor 5.
11 1 nsk Is one simple trial.
Tupi! Worms Removed Alive.
)lt ttlni.il all complete In two hours. No fee till
lit-iiil p s-es. frcat, l'la and stomach Worms re
luuMMlby Hr. Kunkel, s59Nrrth Mnth St. Advlco
fp-e No rce un'tll ead and all passes Inouc.nntl
ailvu lu l'.unkells the only successful phi slclau
lu this country Mr the lernovat of Worms, and his
Worm sy -up Is pleasant and safo for children or
grow n I erions. Send for circular or ask for a bottle,
of Ka-i-el'uvio msyrup, l'rlcotl.ooa bottlo. (Jet
It. of our druggUt. It never falls.
Shoe Store below Court
Huntings. Ties. Hows. Ribbons. at
Clark & Son's.
Wheat per bushel..
ne ' ..
Com. new, M
out, " "
Flour per barrel ..
George A. Clark
Window Shades, Iho
Rubbers at -McKiniiev's.
A LONG, DELlUllTl'UL DAY
ir, of St. Stephen, Jf. B., in referring tu the I Of sunshine and pleasure is the earnest desire,
analysis of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discov of afllictetl mortals, Hut without health there
ery and Sage's Catarrh Remedy, recently made is neither rest, comfort nor happiness. Riches
by Prof. Chandler, of ewiork, anil oth- anil glory are worthless withiiit it. Disease
ers, says: "Nothing was discovered which we j makes life cheerless, and even home gloomy
think obiectionable, and Ihe published analysis Relief is more precious than gold. In all cases
should increase, ralher than retard, their sale, of headache, pains in the back, side and chest;
To us, it seems a little unjust to call a man nervousness, kidney and liver complaints, dys-
a quack, simply because he seeks to reap as I pepsin, diseases of the genital organs, impure
much pecuniary reward as o'her clisses of in" blwd, depressed spirits, and all female troubles
rr-t ii ti: a., i.-it f il,. i.n i.o.l l,nn ntiomlino ibn nnmml mpilni nf venlions." The Knglish Press is conservative' I Sandaune is a certain and sure cure. Powerful
JOHN HICKS, DECEASED.
It is with sadness we record the sudden
death of this estimablo man. On Monday
evening ho returned from Philadelphia where I
Kxchange Hotel have been handsomely papered the Society of Friends, apparently in good yet after a careful examination of U the evi. -though genlle-in lis action, it directly read.,
in panels, which adds greatly to the appearance health. After supper he went to East ttreet dence, it not only endorses but recommends the es the seal of disease, cleanses the system of all
' ' o i i ..... H..I!.! r..i ...... 1 I... TI- llln-n. I tni.,,ril,i-j ami nnmnloltil ? rMlnro. It tn lienlth
number of to visit n married ilnugutcr, and when return- r.nuny .ncmi-iuni luaiiumiuitu u, a ............
household nteds, exctptiug those whic'.i btl
specifically to other brandies of business, ;
for iiictanee hats and shoes, are collected ur il
one roof lo the great convenience and advau
lane of buyers.
While we cool I but wonder at the vast arrav
ct llected in this e-htal lishment, we were infurm
ed lhat only goods properly btlaiiging lo III
dry goods business were kept, aud lint ll:
firm s vast ficilities nnd entire personal alien
lion were concentrated on their own specia
business, and, as a result.their biisiues itsmll.
ing lo great proportions, the best aud most sub
stantial people being their steady customers.
We coul 1 but admire the general appearance
of the throngs of customers that surrounded the
various counters. Jhey were Iho sub-tanluil
people of the city and surrounding country.
They were opparently people who tio their own
thinking, who desire to buy reliable uoods only,
of a reliable house, whose custom is not easily
obtained, but when once gainid, is retained
while the same fair system of dealing is observ
ed. That the firm of Slrawbridge it Clothier tie-
serve success for their reliable methods of deal
ing with ad their customers, all will admit,
and that they are achieving that succi ss in Un
building up of one of the largest and nio.st rtli i-
ble businesH enterprises of the lime, is patent to
Heautiful Silk Hals New Soft
ei'il lints, Fur Hats,
For Men for Hoys ami Children
At the Popular store of
I). Lowenbt r.
All Wo d Dress buutiii!
yard at l.uu it Sloan's.
of the interior of Ihe house. A
rooms havo also been pipered. All the appoint,
mentsofllie Exchange are complete and no
better hotel can bo lound in the country.
A Post-Master in a distant county of this
State informs us that a certain distinguished
Judge of this State declined to further receive
the Colummax. A bill was sent but ho plead
poverty. "0, most just Judge," why did you
wait until you had reaped the benefits of our
capital nnd labor for seven years until you
made this discovery?
The festival held by the ladies of Ihe A. M.
I'., church in Hartman's hall on Tuesday and
Wednei-day evenings was fairly atlendeJ. There
was music by ihe band, singing by the choir,
and a cake walk among the attractions. " llur
ny" did not get the cake, though his majestic
stride certainly entiltletl him lo il.
A special train ran from hereto Danville on
Friday night, last week, to carry passengers to
see "Pinafore." About forty from llloomsburg,
ing, and near the iteiormeu i,uurcn, -nr.
Richard heard him give ft shriek of pain, and
caught him before he fell. Assistance was
summoned, and he was carried home, where he
died soon after in great agony. We are not
competent to say what was the cause of his
death. On Wednesday last he was buried in
tho Friend's grave yard at Catawlssa.
Mr. Hicks was bom in Quakertown, Ducks
county, Pa ,in February, 1821, nnd died at the
age of G8 years. Ho came to llloomsburg in
1819, and walked from Pottsville here. II
then went into tho pottery business with his
brother Elias. Ho married a daughter of
Charles Hughes, deceased and she and three
children survivo him. Mr. Hicks was a quiet,
I unostentatious man, respected by all who
knew him, and his death is generally regretted'
THE ODD FELLOWS'
UNEXAMPLED SUCCESS OF THE ENDOWMENT
The Odd Fellows Endowment Association
No remedies ever offered the afllictetl give such
perfect satisfaction as Dr. Pierce's Golden Med.
ical Discovery and Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy.
LKTTEK yitOM FHANKL1N.
There will be several weddings
and vigor. It is an unequalled diuretic, haV
ing no alcoholic properties, but possesses incom.
parable sanative virtues. In several cases it
should be alternated with Sandallne Elixir.
Will do just as recommended, used as directed,
or money refunded, 1'rice 5-1, Ask your
druggist, Thousands of testimonials attest its
worlli. Terre Hauta, Ind , Dec. 11, '78. Dr.
, you em
, at Clark .t
buy Iice, Deadlier
Son's for IS cents per
Use Knapp's Curtain Fixtures, warrantee;
for two y.'ius, ft r sale it Clark's Hook Stuio
100 bushels of flood Potatoes for sale nt
Light blrett by Silas l otlng.
Mav 23-2 w
Dress linens, from 10 cents a yard
Lutz it Sloan's.
Mr. A. Roarbach left l.r the west several Oounod, 5 West Uth St., N. Y. : I am perfect
weeks ago. We hope he may be successful
In his business.
Prosi eels are lhat hav will be cheap this fall.
"Tramping il." The Supervisors on llieir
The Tramp who kindly favored us willi a
ly willing to certify that bandallne l-.luir, a
prescribed by you, entirely cured me in a very
short lime of mercurial poisoning, which I had
contracted in my former business of a mirror
manufacturer. My bones were as much affected
as my skin. In fact, my whole system was In a"
state of disease. C. H. Stamford. Dr'
Rupert, nnd Catnwissa went down. Ihe I which commenced operation toveinber 1st 1878
singing was good, but ihe orchestra was thin, U meeting with unexampled success, the mem-
consisting only of a violin nnd piano. Ihe bershlp being continually en the increase.
''special train" consisted of a passenger car
at tho end of a freight train. It took a little
less than two hours to come home.
The Lodges of the Order pay a slated sum
u,Hn Ihe death of a ".ember, but the amount is The oaf obJ(conl
usually sman, seiuoiu uver ftw , ouu mc w
sketch of his experience some lime since, must I Gounotl'a great medical work, full of Interest
have had his store of Geographical knowledge 1 0Ter 250 pages. Price $1. Send for it.
brought into his active service by the Sectional
map that he mentioned, and Dom Pedro as he
says must have held the best hand, His sight
must also have been at fault, or perhaps it was
too early lor him to see the exact bcation of all
the houses in Ihe ancient village of Slabtown
Mr. C. A, Knoir a candidate for slier ill' paid
us a visit some time ago, Charley seems lobe a
nretlr nice sort ofa fellow, and there is no
HEADING BIO LEASE.
What Mk. Gowen says about it-tjie on-iurr
aimeii at ny the movement1 a oain or
NEAIILY $1,OIX),000 1'Ell ANNUM
Washington, H. C, May 20, 1S7U.
TUT. WASHINGTON bWIMMINU K'llOOL AND
Tlin I.ADIKS WHO I'ATltONIZK IT WOM
AN AS A SWlMMLIt AND I'LOATUR COM
I'LICATLU llATHINO DttlVSSCS WAliT
SKIIIT AND l'ANTALOONS IN ONli
IIAKMIINT L1XTU1UH ON COOK
ING NATIONAL ri'CULIAItl
Tlf'S LADILS TltYINtl 10
FATHOM OCCULT MYSrLKY.
During the winter the skating rink was
the chief attraction in Washington. Thea
tres, receptions, hops, paled before its black-
asphalt floor roller skates, music, and gal
lery crowded with the Ion ton of the Capl
tal and a few unhappy diplomats banished
from European centres to this frontier. Hut
the skating rink has had its day. The
weather Is too warm for exertion, and the
swimming school has usurped its place. The
Mr. Gowen. nreaident of the Philadelphia objection to all swimming Bchools, except
and Headinir railroad comnanv. on being ie surf, is mat they are not social. Here
'"l . .7. . . ,. In.. i.ir. i.. .1.. t
1...1 . i . i i ..!. ... i m. ir in erroiraieu eaiuruav last wiin reierenco 10 ins wto lain" siiuimuuut, in uiu unu.vii-u unit.
ll-'UUl lie wutllil wane n TtJ K"1 uumi n - I ,, , .
ns that the people see object in leasing the -North Perm ami Jiound uniu is ai., nuen iney vacn
Xo book can be more useful to horse owners
than cne recently published by Dr. H. J. Ken
dall, Enosburgh Falls Vt. The price being
onlv 23 cents, all can all'ord it. Every one who
recs il is very much pleased with it, and il has
Ii5 fine engravings illustrating positions ofsirk
horses, and treats all diseases in a plain and
comprehensive manner. It has a large number
of good recipes, a table of doses, and much oili
er valuable horse information. The book cau
be had of Ihe author as above, or at this offic8. jaeter Myler being President,
jects of Ibis Association are to increase the fun
eral benefit to an amount that will be of some
assistance lo the bereaved ones, which is ac
complished by means of combined Stale organ.
ization such as this, thus placing the families of
deceased members beyond want.
This Association, while distinct from the
Grand LoJge, was approved by thai body at
Ihe semi-annual session in November last, by a
unanimous vote, and a majority of the Grand"
Lodge officers have become members, Grand
In w JjcitOK'B Best Mi e-e-t Nuv j Tobacco.
HOSCS AND LILIES.
idan by which this Associalion is operated.iuem
hers of the Order can make provision for their
families at comparatively small cost, there be-
acate for the gt n-
t. ii,.i TOnmn ...mi tnmvptall I'luiYuiniv iilli. UrooK ranrouui. samtli.it UIS principal ooject uuiiieu, nuu lane uie iviurr uuriiig uie ai-
r-er. thev now liavlne litem nearlv all filled ' lBli'n: "e - lenses was to secure an ternoon aim evening, lour correspoii'ient
" - 1 1 X- V-l- 1. t 1 I 1 11.. ... .1 ( 1 . .1 t
wtih men from the r own n ace and that the inuepcnueiu ouueno iew lor lor mi cum, occasionally goes iu me aivuuuiiug scnooi
Still we wuicn wouiu enaoie mm not oniy 10 moie u u i out never oiucinuy, anu r.i cottrso never in
great deal more cheaply than it now costs, but I the forenoon, Little suspecting that he was
also to continue the business during the winter talking to one of the profession, whose bus
months. He figures that it costs his company ineB, toclveft veracious account in writlnir
$1,710,000 to put 2,000,000 tons Into Iew ofaii Ue hears, the swimming teacher said
.oris ana its waters, wnue wnu me new uncs l0 Ine . t.A .l)0rter 0f one of tho city pa
lie can put the same quantity Into the market ,. c.nB ln ve.terdav lo eet tho iiamns t,
at a cash outlay of only $850,000, thus saving , ,ajiei ttll0 ,mlroniZB tie H.,oo) i,llt j
nr-n flf TI. I .! I
uo.i-oo per milium, i ..en, tm. ing a" "ui.ev , , , , , . ., ,
ill i..u winter .tiuiiius rv... g.iv wis vuittptiiiy
business which will fully equal nn Increased
profit of a half a million dollars on his own
present sheriff i from that township.
should like to see Mr. Knorr elected.
Those 5eAoo. Hook mm do not have anything
to say for their defense because Ibey know that I
Ihey are at fault. Poor fellows, you should
have known this before, iou might have
known It If you had any Gumption about you
that the tax payers of lids township w.re not
going to blindly submit to such Hulldozing in
these hard times.
We underitand that several of our enterpris
ing ycung men propose building a church for i;nes
unuouuieuiy aa.,. this to Ihe $950.000savcd bva chanee
dies who como here would not like such
publicity. Oh yes ! many of them can
swim, but they do not swim as well ns men
for one reasou,because they wear such heavy
Attention Farmers! Attention Mechanics
Attention all I ! ow is your time lo secure
Hargains in Clothing. Hals ,v Caps, Root
nntl Mines at Gross & Hro's popular New
York C'uthiug Store. He sure and give them
Twenty davs closing i-alo nf our Pprin
tock of Dress (iootls at great reduction, ha
lts, now is the time to buy. Clark .S: Sin
The town of Heaver wh'ch has turned out
more office holders to the square inch under
Republican administration than any oth
ir point upon God's footstool, has quiten the best Spring Fixtures
sensation A young girl, possced of many
personal charms, belonging to one of the
best families iu this part of the State, reared
in luxury and finely educated, left her home
nf refill ment in an angrv mood and mar
rietl an ignorant negro coal miner.
Annn Moore is the only ilAtighter ami
youngest child of a well to do gentleman
Her three brothers occupy positions of pub
lie esteem, two of iheui being talented mem
bers of the R-aver comity bar, and one an
accoi-.plisheil Philadelphia physicim. The
family is highly cunnectel. She Iris been a
wayward, thoughtless child for years,wrinLr
ing with anguish the hearts of her parents
by her unreasonable conduct. Argument
ami entreaty wre aliko in v.iin. Her evil
course continued. She bad been ub-ent fiom
homo several days this week, and it is c mi-
monly reported that her brother from Plnla
ilrlphia, who was home on a visit, proceeded
to administer a severe pen.in.il chastise
As early as half past five o'clock Friday
morning -Mr. Divon. County Tre-stner,
glanced out of the window nntl saw her
walking along the pavement, nud a few feet
behind her two colored bloods. He remark
ed to his wife, "I wonder whero Annie can
bo going at this lime? ' This seems to have
been the last seen of her until Geo John
son, the cilored oral miner already referreel
o, walked into ihe liouso uf Rev. Robin-mi
(colored), at Rochester, accompanied by
her. Mr. McGowati, Clerk of the (Jommi.-
ioners of Heaver county, passing by, was
called in, and, though not recognizing Mis
M, nt first 'iglil, witnessed the marriage cer
emony. .Miss M. being rather a brunette,
it is pot-siblo that even the clergyman knew
not of her social standing at tbo time. The
young couple Immediately relumed to Hea
ver and made immediate arrangements for
hometeeping. They went to what is known
as the Marratta place, neat the fair ground,
a small house of four rooms which they nre
to share m common wilii several blacks. She
went home fur her piano nntl trunk.
Miss M. for the last three years has caused
her parents unspeakable anxiety by persist
ing in her strange career of dis-ipation
Some fifteen mouths) ngo sho became the
mother of n little girl, ami nfti r the shock of
the digrncn was somewhat tempered by
time, she revealed ns the name of her sedu
cer a yotttig law student, named Cran ford
in Attorney Wilson', olli -e at Heaver. The
matter was brought before the court, ami lie,
refusing to admit his guilt went ti jail ami
served out hi-, time.
Miss Moore Is a daughter uf Alfred R
Moore, a prominent citi -en of Heaver enmi
ty, and a brother-in-law of ex Chief Justice
Agncw Judge llice of Heaver county i
also a relative of the young lady, lie having
married a daughter of Judge Ajnew.
keeps the hfst plain
best Cord rixture-,
mid Dress Linens at Clark A
Lartl per iioiiud
nay i.-r iou ,
ijuui'Ai juas run cuau
o. 4 on Wbait t s.i per Ton
No. 6 " " .."
Hlucksmlth'8 Lump on Wharf s.'si "
s fir 2-i cents a
can be obtained.
, ,.i ,i.i.. i,,.. ....I ..u.tiHi I the use of all denominations.
,Ug .U sirs., U. , ..... - , ... , . , .,. . .. ""-- .vs.M, b hathint. dresses f!,.m Intn IhUrnnm nn.l I
paid lo officers. Any membr orilie Order, ii i wiuniuiii.r m .... - in tbe coal trathc, ho says, the entiro net proht , ,
.hysically qualified, can become a memler.and ual footl, necesssry for Ibis and Ihe life lo will be about f14o0i00o, To be deducted will .how yoij gome of tl.cm. Here is Ihe
here is but lltlledoubl that this Association wil come. A grand undertaking young men, and fr0m this profit will be from$CO,000 to $100,000, '"Immmg habit of the wife of the pr'.prie-
which under the present guaranty in the leases "' "' ""'-' -!'ugu uo is a
Is the utmost deficiencv that would he imposed very htotit lady, he swims very well. This
The charming efl'rct of roses and other besu
ti ful flowers is given to ribbons, feathers, kid
.,l..., I t.i l. .t T Tl ...
K.v.c-v am. KIIH.KIUKS ur uii.ik l.vnuiui. a i' t. . ,
, ,. , . .. .,,' i. ui. nimnlre,l t, ilia frater- we trust a successful one.
n.u.woi.iu.uuu , i.u bi..... w ..... .-..., , - . -. , ...
nr.i.. .... i .i..t. ..I ..... :..,. i ...t. nmi tinni v become a uibuucuvb ucueutia. i ,
w. mc tniliv i.ll4lij'ai tuiuta anj im. i n"j -"- - v
feature of Odd Fellowship,
I upon his company by them, even assuming I pink costume belongs to tho daughter of
HEVISKI) AND IMIT.OVUD.
Ajtcr H.ing a tickage of Kldnsy Wurt.a grn
il. man who has hem iniscrall-' wiili kidney ei
I icr iIi.o.ise said : "l am revived and luiprov
itl. It has cured ine of constipation, aud piles
tioui la me no more. I orale by all Drug
, hriday i
15 cents up, nt Lutz
Admission free at McKinney's.
Get jour pa
Xow Is the lime to paper.
per at Clark's.
Good Calico, ft cents per
lengths at Silas YoungV,
EsTU'E OF ?A1UH AUNW IKK, DKCEUFIt.
I.rtti-is of AdmlnUtratlon with tho will Annexed
on tlu- t--.tute ol .-.ar.iU Arnwlne, late of Ontro iwp..
'itiuu.bu. couiny.rt'imsviviiiit..ueceawa. nave uct-n
L'r.uttfit t.v llm Kt-irKtcr of Hald county to tho un-
UiTi-.ltf.uMl AtlinlnlMruior. All persons liaMng claims
mmhiftt itif t"lnU' of tho dPCfdent are requested to
present them forM-itlu.rcnt ani those indebted to
maw.' pajim'm, iu uiu unu-TMifiieu wmium. uuiuj.
1IUIA--1 111 1 .11 111 Cf
prlllf.. ii70-fy Vhltmtic, Columbia co., Va.
DMIMbTIIA'l OK'S SOl'lCE.
ESTATE OF 1HV1D W. YOCTM, DECEASED,
U ttsrsof riilmltilst ration on the estAteof t'avltl V.
iM-iitn. itttt tr lienton townhltlD. t'olnmtita co.. de
eds' il, luvt- bt-t-n granti-il by tlio ltcgtster or said
ruuuiy iu my itiiut-rsiKiitu AuunutMrtiiura w itum
nil IK-isona inittbtcU hic rt-tptesieu to make imme-dlatt-
pamt'tit una those hiving claims or demands!
aictiln--t ihe i-htato m HI mafco them known to the Ad-
utmisiraiors wiinout ueiay.
A prll il, Ta-iv I'. o. lienton.
yard in short
Hani times.ha.tl times is the cry. In eon
enuence, the New York Clotliing Storn lias
rpilucrtl the prices of good Hoots & Shoes.
50 per cent, cheaper than any other store in
Plain and Kancy Brocade Silk fur Trim
mings at Clark ft Son's.
A largo assortment cf New Shoes just re
eivetl from New York which I will sell at
tiw prices. A stock of from $HO0 tn S-1MMJ
worth of boots and shoes to select Irom.
t'hililien'a Mi"es' ami Ladle' SUppiis.
(Jailers, Morocco nntl Kid Shoes, lace nntl
button. Lulies Slippers tor nil cents, ti- cts,
75 cts., 90 its, SI 00, jl.'Jftto $1.10.
Clitlilrtii satiil .Misses' Mioes, cents.
10 cents, 50 rents, (il) cenls,75 cents. !o
ceiil.,J1.00,jl.'i'., $.1.-10, $1 50, ?l 00, sl ;
Ladies' U .tilers anil sliues lor o cents, no
rents,! OO.Jl.lO, fl.25, fl.40. l 501 tw,
$1 75.1.!H1, W 00. i2 25, 2 5o, --2 00, J.7."
itiulhs Hovs' and Jlens Mints, W) e'-nis,
00 rents, H 00. S .10. if 1.20. "... tl -10.
$1 50, $1 fill tl 75, $1 110, 200.S2 25, J -10
$2 50, S2.75 at Light Street by
may z.i-zs- oii,.rj itJUMi.
of Hmbroiderics nt Lutz ,c
Friday anft Salurilay
May 23d and 24th.
Friday Eu-nins May ii U, tlio eminent character
MB. .1. 15. ASUTOX
'RIP VAW WINKLE
Sfvtunlay Evening May 24th,
TIIK l.REVTESr UVISO CHILD AllTISTE
LITTLE DOIUUT ASHTON
"FABCHOH THE CRICKET."
Great Reduction in Pricos.
St-a's may be aecuretl alter Jlondiy, May 19th aC
ll A, e UrK's Uook !-toro.
Mai m, "a Sti
Kl). C. VOVSO,
QLAllK V. IIAUDKK,
nCll.nSK IND MiM-FiCTCKEROr
Bear:, Saik, Blind;, Moulding:, Brackets,
na ilt itUrlu I I'MllKHnnd ill kinds ot 111 II.DI.SO
TIllltD h'l It EET, t A rAWIblA, PA.
Ma 16. '; 'ru
A full line of Uaiiiburf,' Kdglnr rnd
White Hoods cheaper than ever at t-'luik
Ton Itr.NT. A residence nn Fifth ttntt
between Market iintl (.'nitre, furnUhui .r
uiiluruislitil, Teims leaumable, l- i m
furmallon inquire at this ollice.
The lare-t line-
-is iu town nt
l I'.uii iv u 1 ,
I lurk tV iSii. in
to-uioirow ,s.,.i y;cvc- prices aud 300 doziu mure lo cuuu mu-Jday.
ia .llidlclur, nul n llrlnli,)
hops, nrciiir, jiashuake,
."JID TUK PIUIST XS.B lltST MCDIIUL QCiUTlUl
sr Ai-l. Tuzn 1IITTCSS.
All Dlscmoj of tiw .-tonarh, nowe-ls, lllood. Ltrer,
ludarriLatid r.- vn..n.....
u.uvm uuu t . ' ; tuy t cmiii- coiuputat.
si ooo i (iiii.n.
a Mid for t ca- thi-T trill not rare or tela. 01
in.tnir Imtmre or Injurious fountl In ihm.
Am rour lruggut lorllop nitipri snd trTihenJ
1. .. . . - 1
jcivrc- )i)U Hirp. THUS no oturr.
IjllopCocjnCcmillllio iwrptrat, latent aM best
Iff WW b
ll III TMllillU
rho Hop rn for Pion, - ti, Llv-r rtl Klflnfyi U
Ip. I. C. It ;n rl ao -v
SUrunxi-n . ui ( vv
I n& tor ctrruUr
na in-sMlpttiiT run for