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HMIOJIHllCnn, F K I BAT) A POINT I, 1911
Rail Konil Time Table.
JkCKAWANNA IlLOOMSllUim KAIL 1IOAD
Mall Train 7.84 A. M
Fsst Train H.oo M
Express Train t .M 1'. M.
CATAW1SSA HAIL tOAD.
Accommodation Train ,S9 A, M.
iieiiilar Express . P.M.
4.49 P. M
11.45 A. M
7,8 I'. M.
11,40 A. M,
Throngh cars on Kxprcss train cither to Kcw York
or I'lilladclpbtt. Accommodation train runs between
L'atawlssa and Wllllamsporu
I'AMitiu anp ULOoiKBiiBii. Ixjafo t'atnbra Monday,
Wednesday and Friday at fe.sna. m., arrive at
ltloornsburg by lima a. tu. I,cavo ltlosmsburg on
name days niter arrival of l'niladclphla mall.
Hioomsrukii ani LiliuisviLLS, Leave Ijilrd-vtllo
Tursdiy, Thursday and Saturday nt7:3 a. m
arriving at liloomsuurg by n in. Leave liluoms.
burg on same days atler arrival of l'nrladelnula
mall The stngo lino terminates ntMlllvllle.
lie Mon and Uloomsburg. A dally stage lino leaving
Hcnton in tho morning and returning In I ho eve
ning of tlio Bamo day.
vniTH. Hall m Tii.o0M8ncR0.-Leave White Hall
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 6:30 a. m.,
arriving at Uloomsburg by 10 a. m. U-avo Blooms
burg onsamodajs alter arrival of Philadelphia
Dkktux anp UtoOMsroRn. Leaves llenton Monday,
Wednesday and Friday at B a. m., arriving at
liloomsburg at s p. m. Loaves Uloomsburg Tues
day, Tnursday and Saturday at 8 a. m., arriving
The nilministrntorof Hugh Shullz, deceas
ed, will sell real estate on the premises in
.Inckson township, on Snturday, August 2d,'7D.
Tho administrator of K. A. Iluckalcw will
sell real estnto in I'ishingcreek township, on
the premises, on Saturday, August 10th 187'J,
at 2 p. in.
Tho administrator of Sarah Summers,
deceased, will sell real estate in Hemlock town
ship, on tho premises, on Saturday, August 23,
387U, nt 1 p.m.
The administrator of l'cler Ent, deceased,
will soil real estate in Oinnge township, on the
premises, on Friday August 22d, 187'J, nt 2
Conrad Krcamcr, administrator of Hcbcccn
Smith, will hell real crtatc, on the premises, in
Madison township, Saturday August 30th, 1879
at 1 o'clock, p. m.
Sec advertisements in another column.
There are so many delinquents on our lit
that we are again compelled to make an appeal
to all who owe on subscription or book account,
to pay up. Statements of book accounts have
been sent out by mall, and bills for subscription
are being sent out each week In the papers, and
this will be continued until nil who are indebted
to us in any way, shall have received notice
We do not go to Ibis trouble and expense just
for amusement, but because we have a large
amount standing out, and we need the money.
Do not throw your bill aside as a matter that
can be attended to at any time, but settle It at
once, and save us the trouble of sending you
another notice, and yourselves the annoyance
ctf being dunned. Itgivis us no pleasure lo
daw tbosc who owe us, but as those whom we
owe htr no hesitancy In asking for their pay,
wu are cotiiielled to urge prompt payments lo
us in order that wo may pay our own bills. Of
course, the above is not intended for any one
but those who have received notices. tf.
DnMOCitATIO COUNTY CONVENTION.
The Democratic voters of the several d
tricts of Columbia county will meet at tho
usual places of holding the general election, on
Saturday the 9th day of August 1879 belween
tho hours of three and seven o'clock in tho
afternoon, and elect delegates by ballot to ret
resent the districts in the county convention to
be held In tho Opera House, Uloomsburg on
Tuesday tho 12th day of August at 11 o'clock
A.M., to place in nomination one candidate
for Sherid' of Columbia counly, and one can
didato for Coroner, and to transact such other
business as tho interest of tho Democratic party
may require. Scott township having been
divided into Iwo election districts, encli dis.
rid is entitled to 2 delegates. Also at tho
, ic time and places and iu tho same manner
"emocratie electors of each district will
'elect on. 0 l'Pron ' serve ns a member of the
'ConirtyS. " 1 meet
immediate!,, ''on 'he adjournment of tho Con-
Jiy Older o. ' 1,10 Comiy Committee,
legalis according to vote
Apportionment et a,
for Governor in 1878.
liloorn- "West Ward
Kevs. Mitchell and Marclay exchanged pul
pits on Sunday.
We are pleased to learn that Judge ShumanuH
health is Improving,
Candidates for Sheriff are busy studying the
map uf the Counly aid especially the cross
The following sentence contains all the let
ters of Ihe alphabet : "John (juickly exteiupor- i
ized live tow bag'." j
Our poor house now has seven male and two
female paupers. The jail has only four pris
oners. "Sellers' Liver Pills" never fail to cure bill
ousness, indigestion, or headache. Sold by all
About 350 men and boys have been thrown
'. . . , I. ......
out ol employment ai wuiiau uj mc uuu-
. Hng of l'revo.l's Colliery.
V That party at the butcher shop Ilarlon'a
-woods on Tuesday night was quite recherche
$ and Ifje doncing was done with ijiuio.
"f. JameaJl. Neal has rtlurned home, having
3'radualeiiat Yale Scientific school. He
,-raduatei1;In the Classical course at Yale In
' The Presbyterian Sunday School had a fine
tpic-n!cln Knorr's Grove near Ilupert last
, Wednesday, 'llhjlit. Let the little ones have
fJiheir fun. fe.
7.'. "They cannot all lie, was the observation of
feiio while reading the-ei(lUs Ksllmonlals to
fJ'I)r, Llnds'ey'a Wood Searcher," 1 1 is infalll-
!V linn. Ollt lluckalew. Judge Klwell, IXtvid
S'Loweuberg.and W. U. Jacoby""drove up U
iVDmhore tho first pi Ihe week to vlillIIon. (1.
Jackkoh, our Stale Senator, who n Jn very
gjiior health.. We ate happy to Jearu tuat iney
gouiid him somewhat linprovtu,
Thcro will l,e a Gospel Temner.n
church. " " '""nouni
It Is due to ourselves In il.. i i.
author!,- lo announco whom we prefer for
Sheriff. The candidates ar nil n.i. ..i
personal friend,. It Is foreign lo our duty and
practice to interfere at delegate elections.
The Commissioners of Wavnn muni. ,..
Id the contract to complete their unfinished
court bouse lo A. SI'lillllp,, of llerwlck, Col-
-num. county, tin 1, lo receive $20,000.
At a lain meeting of the Council nf it,
Lutheran church, of this place, a resolution
was unanimously adopted givlug ono months'
vacation lo their nastor. Rev. O. IV S t...
TUB (IlIKENBACK NoMINFK. W rtmi-
nothing for announcing that Cnpt. Uial It. Ent
was formally nominated as tho Greenback
noniineo forShcrilf, Inst Wednesday evening.
Tho rumor that at Leadvllle. Col.. Milton
Charles shot and killed the Sheriff of the
counly, and Is now In prison for the oll'ence, wo
believe to be unfounded. We hsvo seen
nothing of It in the papers, and are in receipt
ofa communication from him dated the Mill
On Tuesday afternoon Chief of Police
Lajcock, arrested James Green, (colored) and
Joseph WirtSjfor drunkenness and disorderly
conduct. They wcro lodged in tlio lock-up
for h few hours after which they were brought
before President Kuhn and each ono fined ono
dollar and fifty cents.
Dr. T.J. Swisher has been censured for
voting upon charges made against Dr. A. L,
Turner without hearing the evidence, No man
knows how he voted but hiiuclf,but Ills ftlends
allege that he was familiar with the charges,and
Was one of the committee to investigate them,
and therefore knew the evidence In advance,
Last week B. K, Jamison and family stopped
at the Exchange Hotel. He is a prominent
Innker In Philadelphia. He was traveling in
his own carriage from Lewlstown to Delaware
Water Gap, haying had the learn and vehicle
ent to the former place from Philadelphia. The
carriage was constructed expressly for such trips.
I rom heie the party drove directly lo Wilkes
Infinitely more agreeable than to chronicle
the occurence ofa slrike, Is the duty of record
ing the announcement made at Danville, on
Saturday, that the wages of ibe employes at
the Pennsylvania Iron works are advanced, ami
that the advance is to date back to July first,
Considering that this is in the long depressed
iron trade, it is most welcome news. When
iron begins to thrive In Pennsylvania, coal has
il' active time al'o, and with these two an al
mci't endless variety of other activities in trade
are set in motion. Ledger,
A barn belonging lo Sarautl llogert, at New
Columbus was fired by some unknown person
yesterday morning, and totally destroyed, to
gelher with lis contents, consisting of a lot of
grain, hay and firming implements. The loss
s estimated lo be between two and three Ihous
nml dollars. We did not learn whether tin
properly was insured or not. Record of the
Foil Sam:. A -4 A. fount of 25 line wood
letter in excellent condition, nt a low price,
Wo offer it for side because we havo two fonts
nearly alike nnd need but one. For inspection
nt the Columbian office.
VIRTUE OF 'MU LION.
Lunn juice is the best antiscorbutic remes
dy known. It not only cures the disea'e, but
prevents it. Sailors make a daily use of it for
Ibis purpose. I advise every one lo rub their
iiubs d lily with lemon juice, to keep them
in Leahh The hands and nails are also kept
clean, while, soft and supple by the daily me of
Itiuou instead of soap. It also prevents dill
bliins. Lemon is U'ed in intermittent fevers
mixed with strong, hot, black collee, without
sugar. Neuralgia may be cured by rubbing the
part allected with a cut lemon. It is valuable
also to cure warts, and to destroy daiidrulf on
the head by rubbing the roots of the hair will:
it. In uct its uses are manifold, and the more
we employ it externally, the belter we shall find
onrselvn. Natural remedies are ihe best, and
nature is the best doctor, if we would only lis.
Ion to it. Decidedly rub your hands, head
and limbs with lemon, and drink lemonade in
preference to all other liquids.
PLANCK NOW VISIHLIi.
All the planets are visible this month and
will be part of August presenting an unusual
spectacle enus is hrst seen in the evening
twilight, and Mercury is plainly visible as
bright star, glimmering in the west just after
subset. Fiery Mats is noticeable toward th
break of day and is seemingly increasing
!'s ruddy glow. About midnight the planet
Juiu'er, large and brilliant, is noticeable in tl
eastern sky ; and Saturn, with its pale yellow
lirrht is noticeable a little before midnight,
1 Trfinna mi tlio 21st of last month was near the
moon, and on the 27lh instant (Sunday) Nep
tune was visible, a little above the eastern
horizon. Tho other stars of smaller magnitude
. ,reniHl,ril!iant diidav from after midnight
i . -
Mlran. of last week, ill speaking of
.i ni:-..! Society said
"Perhaps the publication of 'evv prescrip
tions from some o,'"" ,t meIub"'j
. -i :e .1,... 1...I lVil filled would have caused
mt'ain IeatU to the Pa Uento. might open the
s of . c public to the cJiarlalancy hat seeks
v" ul 1 . .l ! c nrnfeMinnal d ar-
subterfuge """" b
.. . 1 ll, ilnivnlala
In answer . '" Kve u,.,s r- -"- -
of the town I
e given to me
To the Col. Co. Me. Society.
GESti.EmKv T "V! w your m-iujry,
. . . we Jiaye betn uoiDg
. . ... . 'hfro hai not been
hlch If dlspenss
Medical come (o our hands, v
as written would have caused i
in 1.. i.. .T..u--f!8H 1879.
To Ihe Col. Co. Medical Society.
Gentlemen i In reply to your In 1ul'y
am happy to Bay that durirg the eleven ' ear
I have been In business here, there has nt i"-"
a single prescription ofa member of the
Co. M. S. come lo my hands, which Ifdjsp
ed as written would have cansed deatli. ' I
Very Itesp'y ',
N. J. IlLNiiKasHoVr.
July 25th 1S79'V
To the Columbia Co. Medical Society. j .
Gentlemen s - In answer lo yours, I pan
truly say that to the best of my knowledge, that
sinco I have been In the drug bualneas I hK'e
never seen one single prescription written bjlia I
meoiher of Ihe Col, Co, Mtd, Society whiclnlf
dispensed would have cau-ed death.
C. A. Ki uu. 5
Now let ihe i.VpiWi'cun either publish the pre?
bcrl I'l loin nl hi Jnl to , or else nckiiuwledgo that
It has groly and maliciously misrepresented
I the .Medical rxicieiy.
I COLUMBIAN AND
IJRATI1 FROM 1IEAT.
Henderson Huffman, a married man lem'
porlly In the employ of H. 11. Ibickalew at
Cambra, wa, found dead In Iho harvest field on
Thursday morning of last week. After citing
hearty breakfast tho previous morning, he
was sent Into the hattcst field alone. At din
ner lime lie did not respond to tho ringing of
the bell, but thinking that lie had cone home,
Mr. lluckalew gave the mailer no further
thought until the next morning when his wife
becoming alarmed, came to Mr. ll'a Inquiring
fur him. Search was at nnce Instituted and his
lifeless body found In the field, the blood still
noilng from the mouth and noc. Esq, .lohn
np!e,of New Columbus boroiuli. was prompt-
nollucd, and acting as coroner, empanel
ed a jury lo imiulre Into the cause of his death
ho, after due deliberation relumed a verdict
that the deceased came to his death by a rush
f blood to the hesd, caused by the excessive
heat, Mr. Huffman was a very poor man and
leaves a wife and Iwo children In destitute
1000 Men wanted to unload 1000 schoon-
Capital required 0 cents.
1IKS0LUTI0N8 OP CONDOLENCE.
Stillwater July 18 1879.
rVt a meeting ol the Stillwater Union Sunday
School, it was resolved that
WnrnEAB. Il has nlensed our lteavenlv Fa
ther in the Dispensation of bU all wise Provl-
enre, to remove from our midst, by the hand
f Death onr Valued Sister. Mrs. Ccllste
Wolf, wife of Mr. Frank Wolfof Stillwater
lltntecd. That the church has lot a fallhful
member and worker, Ihu Sabbath school, one
I lis most worthy leaclirrs , and the community
one of lis mot estimable citizens.
l'tsohel. That we hereby tender oui hearti
felt sympathies to the family In this bereave'
ment, and that we recommend them to that
God In whom the deceased confided to the
Jlcsolml. That the foreiroinir be published in
the counly vapers and a copy sent lo tho
M. A . Wood. Hiram Kline .SWf.
Lizzie C Haher W. W.Meyers Sec1;
M. J. Lirl.h.
ItOCEEtllNOS OF TIIE 11AH ASSOCIATION ON
Till: DEATH OF MOUHtSON K. JACKSON.
A meeting of the Members of tho liar As
sociation of Columbia county, was convened
at the Ccurt House in Uloomsburg on the 25th
lay of July,187',at7 o'clock p.m. John G. Freeze
Vice President of the Association in tho Chair.
Judge Elwcll being called upon by the chair
to state the object of the meeting did so ns fol
Oknti.kmen: In pursunnceof amelnncholy
usage, we have assembled here this evening to
expres' imr regret at the loss of the wcrthy
.'resident ol this Association who lias fallen by
the hand of death. We meet not simply be
cause it is the custom, but becauso we desire
to commemorate the virtue and worth of our
deceased brother nnd to place upon record our
high regard of his character as a man nnd. his
ability and example as a lawyer.
Morrison E. Jackson wns the senior member
of the liar of Columbia county. He was ad.
mitted lo iho bar on the 17th day of November,
1840, nnd from that timo down to within a few
days of his deatli he was engaged in active
practice. It may bo said with truth that he
ied with the professional Lnrncss on. During
nil that time no man can say of him that he
was other than an honorable opponent. His
course wns plain, transparent and clear, lie
required no writing to back what he said, His
word was his bond.
His loss to tho younger members of the profes
sion is great nnd will be deeply felt, for his ev.
ample was conspicuous for good and will be
much missed by those who will succeed the
older members of the bar.
Prominent in that example was his industry
in the preparation of his cases, and his pru.
denco in managing his own affairs ns well as
those entrusted to him by other'.
As a legislator, as a member of tho bar, nnd
in all the walks of life jou who knew him so
well will attest that ho acted well his purl. Ho
ried to enjoy tho confidence nnd esteem of nil
whose praise and confidence were worth hav-
ng. Though dead his example yet spenketh.
The following resolutions were then present
ed by tho Judgo for the consideration of the
meeting, which on motion of C. 1$. Urockway
seconded by E. II. Little were unanimous
ly adopted :
WilEKKAs, Wo have learned with deep re
gret of the death of Morrison E. Jackson,
President of the liar Associttion of Columbia
county, and desire to expres' appropriately the
opinion and feeling of the members of the Uar
n relative lo the deceased, as also our deep
sense of the loss which we have sustained in
common with tho Com nunlty. Therefore,
Handled. That the members of the Ihr feel
with deep sensibility the loss which Ihey have
sustained by the deatli of Morrison E. Jackson,
who for nearly thirty nine years has been ac
tively engageil in professional lile in our midst.
Jiesolted. That by indefatigable industry and
unremitting devotion to the study and practice
of law, united with a strict regard for the
courtesy of the profession, and by the purity
and iiptighlness of his life, and the estimable
qualities which belonged to him as a man, our
deceased brother has left behind him a reputa
tion which win long live in Ihe recollec
tion of ihe Bar and the Community.
lltaohetl, That we tender to Ihe family of
our departed friend the assurance of our pro-
round sympathy in their great bereavement.and
that a committee of three be appointed to
communicate a copy ol these proceedings to Ihe
family of the deceased, and that they be entered
among the records of the Association and pub:
iicneo ill me luii'erB ui iiib uuuuiy.
Jicsohed. That the members of the Par as a
body will attend the funeral of our brother.
The chair appointed Hon. C, It. Buckalew,
C. I!. lirockway and It. K. Little, Esqs., the
Committee lo communicate the proceedings to
the family of the deceased.
Geo. E. Elweli., Joiix G. Freeze,
Secretary, Vice President.
TUB FUNEItALOF M. E. JACKbON EHJ.
All places of business In Berwick wero closed
on Saturday last. The streets were full of
people, and appearances indicated that some
thing unusual was about to take place, It was
the (line appointed for the burial of .Morrison
K. Jackson, one of Ilerwick's prominent and
most highly respected cilliens. The services
began at the late residence of Ihe deceased at
1-30 o'clock in tho afternoon with prayer, and
the procession then formed and went directly
in ihe crave vard. The Bar Association of
Columbi county and members of the Bar
from other counties led the precession, headed
by Judge Klwell, and Joshua r. Comly Esq.,
of .Montour county, lue Masona eatne next,
reprenenting Ihe following lodges i Jfnanp
'.oJie. Washington Lodge, Catawlssa, Dan
ville wd Elilckshinny lodges. The pall bear
era were Hun-C. K. Buckalew, Hon. J. 0.
Freeze, K. It. Ikler.fl. Knorr, CO. Barkley,
A. C. Prullh, C. Vt, Miller and J. 11. Kobison
Ijujs, After the burial ihe proctasjon returned
to the M. K. Uhurcli, where appropuaia ser
vices wero held, Hevs. Smyser. Dickson and
V. T. D, Clemm taking part, the latter preach
II lur the sermon . Mr. Clemm is of Hie JIalii
H mrav Conference, and was an old friend of the
Auiontr thellarge number of people in attend
mice at the funeral to show their respect to the
memory of Mr. Jackson was Major Kober
KloU, our member of Congress, of Mauch
i Tliunk, Hon, Kleuben Jenkins, Alexender
p virjihnm, M. 1 Walker of Juierne, and besldi
l,. iuembers of Ihe Bar were David Iowen
he, 2. .M. C. Sloan, W, II. Jacoby, fiherifl IIoll
mai t,C,l' Knam, and many others from
film Minftxjg, .lornson JV, JacKsoii nau man
frlen C,n lie wi" be wlcd elsewhere as we!
il at Wine-
DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBUBGr, C5LtjMBlA COUNT
IN HOT WKATMEIt
an linm'cnse number of ersons fuller from dis
ordered Kidneys or deranged Liver. Kidney
Wort is the great hot weather medicine. It Is
prepared wilhoiil Ibe ue of liquors, and
therefore It eloca not heat the sjslim, hut aids
each organ lo keep up a healthy and vigorous
G. II. N. Wedgner , a firmer Hying In Dod.
son Valley, dropped dead In the com field on
Monday afternoon. While pitching a load of
hay Into the mow In tho forenoon he com
plained of being dizzy, but after resting a short
time he went to the corn field to hoe corn.
Shortly after he complained .of the dizziness
(gain and staggering lo the ground, Immediate
lycxp'red, He was aUul fifty-six years of
age, and to all appeir ince a hoarly and robust
man, A wife and several children, most of
whom are grown up, mourn his sudden demise
Notice is hereby given that propositions will
be received from any and all persons in Schuyl
kill, Carbon, Northumberland, Columbia and
Dauphin counties, for Ihe donation of suitable
grounds upon which to erect a Stale Hospital
for injured persons, under the provisions of an
act of the Legislature entitled "An Act lo pro
vide for the selection ofa site and erection ofa
Stale Hospital for Injured persons, to be located
in tlio counlles of Schuylkill, Carbon, Dauphin,
Northumberland and Columbia, to he called the
Stale Ho'pltal for Injured persons of the An
thracite Coal Iteglous, and for the management
of the same, and making an appropriation
therefor," approved the eleventh day of Junei
The above mentioned propositions will he re
ceived until Saturday, September 13, 1870, by
the Governor In pursuance of the above recited
act, and nil such proposals will receive full and
I). A. IIecki.ey, Chairman,
Geo. S. Holmes, Secretary,
July 23 4-w.
In order lo place on record nnd keep alive in
the memory of our readers two almost obsolete
questions, we reprint the caption of two pa era
which at one time excited Ihe atlentioii of our
To the Honorable, the Senate and House of
Kepresentativesoilhe Commonwealth of.Penn
sylvania, in General Assembly met :
The undersigned, citizens of Town
ship, Luzerne County, would most repeclfuliy
petition your honorable bodies to be attached to
Columbia Couutv,to which geographically limy
neiong, and Willi which their Interests are
ideniltitd. And as in duty bound, your peti
tioners will ever piny, Ac.
liLOo.Msnuim Brumie. We ibe undersigned
agree to take the number of shares in Bridge
Stock set oposite our names at fifty dollars a
share, par value. Said Bridge lo be construe!
ed over the Susquehanna River at the Town of
liioomsbnrg; ol wood or iron, and to be built
either as a separate structure, or in connection
with Ihe railroad bridge of the North & West
Branch Hail Uoad Company, as Ihe Stockhold
ers may nereaiter determine. And we no here
by agree to pav our subscriptions a follows
'len per cent, at the organization of the Com
pany. One-fourth less ten per cent, when the
piers are completed, and one-fourth when the
siHierstructure is completed. One fourth in
three months thereafter, and one-fourth in six
Vt e call attention to the above for the pur:
pose of showing that the agitation ofa question
of public interest does not always insure its
accomplishment. For some time past the sub
ject of water works has been discussed, and
more interest has been created wilbin the past
year than ever before on that point. The for'
eign party who talked of erecting water worki
here have put such figures on the fire plugs as
to render it certain that the town will not com1
ply with their demand. If the enterprise Ii
not carried by a home company there will be
no water works. It is equally certain that
something is not done now the question will
meet with the same fate as those above men.
tioned. It will be years before the same inter
est will be created that is felt now. Our peo-
plo mu-t not permit Ihe subject lo drop. Wi
have already gone too long without means of
preventing fire and there is too much valuabl
property at slake to go longer unprotect
To allow the iron to grow cold now would
display a lack of enterprise in our citizens, not
at all creditable. His the determination
those active ui the mailer to organize a coin
pany anil put the project through. This can
not be done however unless citizens will put
their shoulder to the wheel. There will be
meeting at the Opera House on Saturday night,
at which the final action will be taken. If that
fails to call on t sufficient support, Uloomsburg
will have no wa'.er works for some lime to come,
and much time and labor for the benefit of th
comuuunily will have been lost.
OUK AUltlCULTUItAL SOCIETY.
By the courtesy of its Secretary, we are per
mitted to glean the following minutes of ll:
proceedings o f the Executive Board at the Ex
change Hotel last rriday.
"Present A. 1'. Young, Chandlee Eves, Wil
Ham ShartVr, E. J. McIIenry, Freas Fowler
U. II. Ent, M. G Hughes, P. A. Evans, and
M. W. Nuss. (N. W. II. Brown was absent)Th
minutes of the previous meeting were read am
approved. The committee on the revision
the premium list reported progress and was con
linued. Rev. L.Zahner made a statement ii
reference lo the use of the dining hall on the
Fair Grounds for the benefit of the Episcopal
Church. It was awarded to the Society for
three days during the Fair for $65.00.
The Secretary was authorized to receive bid:
for Ihe usual printing, and to report August
23d, the next regular meeting. :
After some discussion , the Secretary was au- j
thorized to present a statement of the finances of
the Society at the next regular meeting, Ad
The above report we believe to be correct so
far as it goes ; but it is more conspicuous for
hat it does not state than for what is recorded.
Meu resent public organizations may sit
n secret conclave and Imagine that their act.
and words are Fhrouded in mystery, and hid
Jen from public observation, The proceedings
fan Executive Committee should be as open
as daylight as open as the meeting which se-
cted them as their agents.
These proceedings do not slate that a resolui
lion was ollered and carried that a Committee
of three should be appointed to investigate al
leged past irregularities in Iho financial man
agemenl of Ibe Society, nor do they stale who
voted for or against It. They do not show that
the resolution was Ignored, and an agreement
mailo that tf le surviving members of the Board
should in elfect invcstigitc!liemfplves, and of
(ourse a while washing report wil bo Ihe re,
Why Is it that Hon. E, J. McIIenry, Ihe
President of Ihe Society, who by right and
courtesy should be President of Ihe Executive
Board, ts supplanted by A. P. loung 1
Why Is it tist the resolution as to meetings of
the Board adopted by the Society, May 17lh
JS78 Is ignored f II is as follows I
"The Ury of the Ex. Com, was fixed at
$1.50 per day, and not to succeed (2 days in the
The Committee allege that whilst they met
fourteen times, they only charged for twelve
meetings. True ; but the ir salary vuijiicd at
$18.00 nifA annmifij but they toted thcnueltes, and
received 525 00 eocA annually. Beside, who paid
the board bills? )
Theso are onlyinitial facts, but, gentlemen,
don't smother ugfy ones If they actually exist,
A lair eramioitlon will not Injure an innocent
OUIt GAME AND FISH ASSOCIATION.
On ...t Friday evening ,1.1, body met
...t.l.,lll,.l. f. JnhtlnM II. A 1
" "'"""" -".....
following Conslilullou which explains Itself I
WllEnEAS, II is found necessary lor tho
preservation of fish and gamo that an assocla-
on should exist for the protection of tho same
by legs! means; for encouraging the propagation
thereof! for nflueneinz so far as practicable
enactment of inch further laws ate
" " ' I I
ordinances as may be needful to accomplish
those endsj for enforcing those laws) anj
generally, for nltcmUng to, and guarding such
altera and interests as may pertain thereto
n .,l...,.ni r A,llnJiln ,,n,l,ni. nn,l
l.ut,. .i.n,l.r,1 nf .Mlm. ...nM.mei,.
and whereas this club ha, been formed for tho
rlhcrance of these objects It hereby adopts
II. rnn.iliMltnn i
., . l
.,i lll'l lt..,..i! i
:ie ioiumoia vouniy unmo nuu j' 1311 i-roicciive
Article 2. Tho officers of this association
shall consist of a President, Vice President,
Secretary, Treasurer, and an Executive Com
itlee, consisting of five mcmberj, who,
together wiih the officers of tho club shall
constitute tho Board of Directors.
lriWc3. Tho President shall preside at all
icetlugs, maintain order nd enforco tin
regulations of tho association, he shall havo
power to fine any member for disorderly
conduct during a meeting In a sum not exceed'
ing ono dollar, from which nn appeal may be
mndo to tho members present, the majority to
lecido. Ho siiall sign all orders on tlio
Treasurer and on the written request of five
active members direct tho Secretary to call
Article i. In the ablenco of the President
io Vice President shall perform the duties I
ertainlng lo tlio office.
Article 5. The Secretary shall keep a true
record of all the transactions of the association,
receive and pay to the Treasurer all moneys
elonging lo the aswcmtion, keep accounts
with us members, draw all orders for tho
aymcnt of bills ordered by the association,
issuo all necessary notices and generally to
transact Ihe business pertaining to his office.
IrtiWe 0. The Treasurer shall receive from
Secretary all moneys belonging to the
association and pay them out on the authorized
order of the Secretary countersigned by the
President and shall present a detailed account
of receipts and disbursements at the end of
IrtiWe 7. The Board of Directors shall take
into consideration all affairs respecting the
welfare of the Club; audit the accounts, nnd
hall decide upon nnd authorize nil expendi
tures and shall direct an immediate and
vigorous prosecution of nil violations of the
Fish and Game laws which shall come to their
Tho Board shall hold quarterly meetings or
whenever they may be summoned by the
resident ; and five members of the Board
shall constitute a quorum .
The Board shall nave power by a twotbirls
vote to assess members individually iu a sum
not exceeding one dollar in any ono calendar
All matters not pa'ticularly provided for in
tlio constitution shall be controlled by the
Board of Directors until specially passed upon
by the Club at a regular meeting.
Article 8. Every member of this Club shall
be considered as having pledged his honor to
promoto and carry out the objects of the
association; and whenever a member shall
becomo acquainted with any violation of the
l'ishnud Game law it shall be his duty to
communicate tho facts immediately to the
Secretary of the Club whose duty shall be to
report the same to tho Board of Directors.
Article 9. Tho stated business meetings of the
Association shall be held on the second
Tuesday of each month. From April 1st to
September 1st at 8 p. m., from September 1st
to April 1st at 7 p. ui.
Article 10. At a regular or special meeting
of the Association nine active members shall
constitute n quorum.
Irliclell. This Constitution, or parts thereof,
and the by-laws of the Club mny be altered or
amended by a vote of Iwo thirds of tho
members present at a regular meeting held
next after notice that an alteration is proposed
to be submitted nt such meeting; which notice
shall be given at n regular meeting previous to
the meeting at which it is to bo acted upon;
rrovided, that at any annual meeting ol the
Club, amendments, or alieratlons mny bo
made wiiliput nny previous notice,
On Wednesday evening an adjourned meet
ing was held, and tho following officers wero
David Lowenberg, President: CM. Drinker,
Vice President; J. It. Schuyler, Secretary: John
. Gibbs, Treasurer. Executive Board, David
I.eche, C. It. Mendcnhall, A.Solleder, W. O.
Holmes, It. C. Neal.
H , l l , i l, if .
Pinkerton's history of the Molly Maguires,
and how their bloody deeds wero brought to
ligM through the skillful detective work of ono
James McKenna, or McParlan, us he was
(..in.,.. u atii:, t mi . t
known among the Mollies. It will also be
remembered how McParlan pretended to fall
.A 1-1 A.-
in love with a pretty Irish lass in Tamaqua,
for the purposo of getting cerlain information
in regard to her brother-in-law, who was a
notorious Mollie. It is not generally known,
however, that in spite of the peculiar circum
stances which surrounded him '' tho detective
did actually find himself in love with this
rosy-cheeked girl, who is no other than Miss
Mary Higgins, who, until recently, was
waiter at the City Hotel, in this city
tender passion which had sprung up between
them did not abate when McParlan's true
character became known, nor even after a
number of Mollies had been swung off the
gallows through the indcfatigable efforts of the
detective. When Mary was at tho City Hotel
it was an open secret that she received
frequent letters from McParlan, nnd when she
left last winter it was pretty generally surmised
that it was to meet and wed her lover in
Chicago, tho hendquarters of Pinkerton's
agency. This pretty romance, however, was
spoiled ono day last week , by a letter received
in this city, which contained the announcement
of Mary's marriage to some new found lover,
in a town of Iowa. Miss Higgins, through her
relations willi McParlan, had becomo almost
as notorious us Ihe famous detective, but now
that the is married, she will
allowed 10 quietly drop out of sight.-
sioit Sunday Morning Breakfast IXible.
When Payne, tho author of "Ifome, Sweel,
Home," returned to Boston after a long nb
,1, . 1,1 ,1
sence in Ivurope, he called upon a lady, an
schoolmate, who paid 1 "Mr, Payne, don't
hnd lioston much changed v "i es, inadame,
he answered, "very much I receive many in
vitations to attend church, and very few lo din,
ner," When Ihe poor imet went to assume his
olQce at Tunis, his luggage was at once pathe
tic and amusing he had several trunks filled
wilh books, and hardly any clothes.
( he JJCKSOVS 11ST Sweet N'nvy Twbneru.
Bee a woman on horseback in another col
umn, riding near Speer's Vineyards, with a
buoch of drapes from which Speer's PortQrape
Wine Is made, that Is so highly esteemed by
the medical profession for the use ot Invalids,
weakly perssm and the aged.
Sold by Druggists,
Juris 27 l-y.
TIIE BtlMMEIt llIIOUdllT.
"W .O.ltlU Ml r,.r,
son A fVs l'erfrrlnl Iluller Ci or. ihn cnlilir,
color of Juno can l kept up. Itlirfcom-
mended by dairy cxperl everywhere, as the
best color known.
Hits tut; Nail on the Head. There Is
l a licensed drinking pIsco In Huntington I
lun""'l'. '!" ' " morais '
1,18 ny.-o.i.amny y.,,
fi Ol .1 K.I
A well regulated hotel Is necessary In
y populous commoniiy. it is neede.1 by
'f"'1"" nn ,(,8ltIrallt0 "Uslness, who do nol
. . . I
" " """I""" " "kt, r run erne ns
01 c,ltl answers lo a man who wants food ami
" 'f nimsciiana norse. it is not necessary
U"lt "c1' t,1cc" t,,ou.1'1 " "T"5'- !"
oun V 'here are tie, hotels In the townships o
noaringcreeK, risningcreeK, i ranunn, jit
tu -. ii. i. i. u I.. t.-i t
leio-uiu, iiriurerrci. , ougariuni, uncKson anil
HANI) HIM AltOONl).
For tho information of the craft we publish
the following !
Chicago, III., July 1879
To Win. W. Barralt E., Master cf Washing,
ton Lodge, No. A. Y..M. Uloomsburg Pa.
Dear Sir and Wor. Bro. Your telegram of
the 21st cimn In hand and was nnswpred nt
nnM. Vn li4VA lift in.nili.f l ii, no,,,. f
Myers, This Is an importer anil no doubt the
parlr who Is Imposing on Lodges In your lur
Miction under the name of "John Wilde," A'o
We have no such names on our books. Have
heen called on by Mansfield 1xlge Washington
N. J. St. Johns Lidge, Wllllam'port Pa. He
should be arrested If possible. At Pilislon Pa.,
Ihe got a good send oh" in Ihe paper. Hope you
will be able to give him his just dues as a fraud
! ralerally yours,
E. N. Tuck Eli,
Secretary 113, Madison St.
"LAUOn AND OHOW FAT."
This ancient bit of advice Is well enough for I
ipare" people, but how about those that are
already loo fat ? What Is to become of them?
Sit slill, and I'll lell you. After many experi-
menls, extending through months of patient in.
vestigalion and toll, the celebrated analytical
cuemisi, j y. Allan, uas periccteu and given 1
to the world Allan's Anti-Fal. 'thus far In sev
eral hundred cases this great remedy has never
failed to reduce a corpulent person from three
to six pounds per week. It is perfectly harm
less and positively efficient. Sold by drug
gists. A llrulal Crime.
DETAIIS OF THE DEFOOR MURDER
The following revolting story is told by a
negro captured near Atlanta. Ga.. as one of
,10 perpetrators of the Defoor murder, as
teleirrnnhed from Atlanta :
Thn ,lM.iiena Unl-inr. nn dm TtFr mnr.
.. 1.....1 .0.J1V of . 8tr.ni,G nero w!tll
plenty of money, near Atlanta, and went af
ter liini, taking bloodhounds. They tracked
him aud run lnui down, catching lnui in a
haymow where ho was hidden. Tlio dog9
tore into the mow and seized his leg. A short,
. iii. .ii J
o.umiiy ucgru iui-u viuwiuu nuui mu mj nuu
earn, lou aro alter the wrong man ; 1 never
done it.' He was arrested after a struggle,
nnd after n while eonlessed In thp most cir-
anu alter a wnuo coniesseu iu tne mosi cir
cumstantial way that ho held tho light while
the murder was being commuted, lio Bays
he was loafing about tho Defoor houso when
a whito man and a negro asked him to go
with them. Ho went, they sayiDg that there
was money in it. Tho white man went into
the house before dark and stayed thcro until
af:cr dark, when ho camo to tho door and
They went to him. Tho prisoner
was then sent to the next houso lor an axe
and got it. Ho then went into the house,
and they wcro all thcro together. Ho says
they struck a match and lit tho lamp, and
commenced to starch the drawers.
The white man became impatient, and
cursing him, told him to hold tho light over
the bed where tho old folks wero lying. He
did so and found them iu a peaceful sleep.
n.t ... .... ...
iiio white man raised tne aso, swung it Clear
nrni.nd. nnd then slrnek it intn fhn old man's
back. Tne latter never murmurcdjbut tho tramp
seemed to think ono moro blow necessary, and
struck another, almost serving tho head from
the body. Ho then handed the axe to the
other uegro, who struck into the neck of the
0,(1 ,au'' Sll moaned slightly, but never
awoke. Only one blow was given her. The
two then returned lo the search and succeed
ed in getting about i-'i00 in money, when they
lePw Tho captured negro was given a ."mail
share of the money, when tho others lei t him
I and he has not been them since.
I cd them fully and gave tho route which they
took on their departure. The detectives aro
pursuing them and it is thought they will be
Thcro is no doubt that
the captive negro
was present at tho murder and had something
i , , ... ., , . i i,
a, to tho truth of the story ho tells of his ae-
complices. A scrap of the Cincinnatti Gazelle
was found in the room which tho tramp oc-
cupicd in the afternoon, and it is thought
i . i .
that ho was work nc h s way iroin tho west
to tho coast.
Boot headquarters at McKinney's.
Admission free at McKlnney's.
A UriA fiplppllnn nf T.uiUpu' flnbl Wntrhiw
i . ...... u. . . i... " . . ,, . .
I and Chains, both American and imported
' - . t .
by the best makers at L.
itemnanis ot J.awns ami Huntings cheap
at i. w. fianniati B.
Boots and Shoes cheap at McKlnney's,
Best white dishes 3.75 per set at I.
Want good live calves that weigh 120 lbs.
to 125, 130, 140, 100, 1C0 aud upward at
Light Street by
July 18 2-m.
To KxciiANCiE. A good buggy either for
lumber or a horse. Inquire at this office.
Taw npip nf end fitiluli filonnliAil mita.
bo n 4.4 wue at jq cents at I. W. Hartmau's,
Call before they farther advance.
"Wanted. 200 tons of good Rock
tunc Dy anas loung, wghtstreet.
july k, 4w,
jl "A new lot of choice Mackerel In
.1 -I Wfc UI VMW.W ...Ut.Al.lCI 111 IIUOl-
old ters. halves and barrels, just received wlilch
you I will sell cheap for cash or produce. Silas
1 ouug, l-dgimtreet,
july 25, -w.
Cash paid for good lambs and fat sheep
Light Street by
July 18 2 m.
Jfew Potatoes aud Oats wanted at I,
For the cheapest and finest pattern,
Iron lencegotoS. M. Hess, Bloomsburg, lnalntam the dam at Its present height, for the
Wanted this fall 2000 lbs of nice dried
Raspberries, and 2000 lbs nf nice dried pit
ied cherries for which I will pay the very
highest oiarket prices.
July 18 4-m.
Farmers attention I S. M. Hem. Bloorai
Running off Bummer Hats cheap at I. W.
Call at McKlnncy's for Shoes.
Wanted, Good Wool at Llghlstreot by
July 25, 4w.
SP'ln8 StyliprnKaoodi-prlnB Styles.
TIie New Ooods. Tho New Stylei at the
vni i nuu nm
v. . 1 V i i " T f i.
I lr.wr nrterMi
" "J ummviu, mu
, .... , .
at iJ.jmenuerg .
Canvassed Hams and Dried Beef for tale
at I. W. Hartman'a.
Cash paid for 1000 bushels of good white
or yellow Oati at Light Street by
McKlnncyn Shoe Store below Court
Allentown Bone Manure, Salt and Plaster,
for sale at Sharnless' Foundry, Blooms
burg, Pa. July ll,'79-4w
A few and Barrels Mackerel for sale
cheap to closo out the season at I
Rubbers at McKlnney's.
Beautiful Silk mC New Soft Hats,
Wool Hats, Fur Hats,
For Men for Boys and Children
At the Popular Btore of
UntAnt nor t.i.ahf.1 f 1.10
Corn, new, "
oats, " "
pinup npr harrel
ciovcrsecd ... .
nay per ion
Timothy seed 2.ue
QUOTATIONS FOR COAL.
No. 4 on Wharf I 8,00 per Ton
No. a " " I s.ta "
No. " " $ s.oo '
Blacksmith's Lutup on Wharf t .w ..'
" Bituminous " .... M no "
E. i Kunxel'8 Hitler Wine or Iron.
tllvcstoneto the stomach, Improves the appetite
and assists digestion, excites the bowels to healthy
action, expelling all the foul humors that contaml-
nato tho blood, corrupt Iho frecretlons and onend the
breath. It excites tho llier to a heaitny action ana
strengthens the nerves, Imparting that glow lo lite
that proceeds alone from perfect health. Thousands
In all walks ol lire, testify to the virtues of this
excellent medicine In correcting tho derangement of
tlio digestive organs. (let tho genuine, sold only
in one dollar bottles. Ask forE. F. Kunkel's Hitter
Wine of Iron,.and take no other.
Dyspepsia, Dyspepsia- Dyspepsia.
E. F, Kunkel's Bitti r Wink ok Ikon Is a Buro euro
for this dlsese. It has been prescribed dally for
many ears In tho practice of eminent physicians
with unparalleled success. Symptoms are loss of
appetite, wind and Using of food, dryness In mouth,
headache, dizziness, sleeplessness and low spirits.
1110 N9,0la - t
Do you want something to strengthen your Do
you want a g00i appetlt? Do you want to get rid
ot nervousness: Do you want energy, sleep well,
r bo cured of dyspepsia, kidney or .er disease:
Try Konkils Uirraa wink of iron, itvery
bott)o BUararjtfed to do at. recommended. Depot
and offlce, 259 North Ninth Street, Philadelphia, pa.
(Jet the genuine. Sold by all druggists. Ask for E,
p. Kuukcl a and take no otner. All I ask is a trial of
this valuable medicine. One bottle will convince
you. Oct six bottles tor rive dollars, one doilar
Tape Worm Removed Alive.
Tape Worm, Pin, Seat and Stomach Worms re
moved alive In from two to four hours. No fee until
neal ' TaP Worm P"83"18 allT0 m4 ln one- Aslc
only In ono dollar bottles. Usod for children or
grown persons. It never falls. Or send for circular
to Dr. Kunkle, No. 259 North Ninth St, Philadelphia.
Advice by mall free, send three cent stamp for
return of letter.
The undersigned having obtained control ot the I
Esnv Ferrv. has Dut it in thorouirh repair, a new I
wire ha Ing been obtained and it Is now open to the I
duu ic. -iue cnannei win ue oneneusu mai me riv
andanv. ODiositeKsnv there are
er can uo lerneu ui uu uiuea m uio p ear, uuu uiku.
crounds, well Huprlu;d with spring water,
Deauiuui pic-nic i
water, and be-1
i eiuucu rr
eluded from interruption or annoyance.
Juno 37th, Sin '
KSTATG Or 8. S. RDNVAN, nkCEASKO.
Letters of admtnlstrat Ion on the estate ot S. S. Itun
vnti. i.iin of Mndison townsbln. Columbia county, do-
ceased, have been granted by the lleglster of said
county to tlio undersigned Administrators to whom
all iierbous Indebted nro reauebted to make lmme
dlato pavment andlbose hating claims or demands I
llt;aillli lull enuiuj will uiti&e meui nuunii iaj liiu au
mlnlstrator without delay.
MAItV ANN ItUNYAN,
ELMElt W. IIUNYAN,
July 18, "I9-r,w, Jcrseytown, Columbia Co., l'a.
By virtue ot a writ ot Vend. Ex. Issued out of tho
Pnnrt nf Pnmmnn Plpna nf nnliimhtii PilintV. ftnrt tn
me directed, will bo exposed to public sale on the
premises In Franklin township, Columbia county,
i rcnnsyivania, ai i o ciock, p. ui., on
those three certain pieces or parcels of land situate,
lying and being to Franklin township, county of
Co'"m,sr0' JITS nJ ,nrt nnn.,.
The first of said tracts or parcels of land contains
stvnn mt mM,,rP. fl,d 1, wmd ,
I ' '
follows, to-wlt : licgu.nlng at a Ited Oak south iiyi
degrees west, w perches to a Chestnut, thence north
sax degrees west, 1 and 3-10 perches to a stone;
thence south 35,v degrees west, 74 perches to a cor
ner with Solomon Artley; thence south 19 degrees
I east, fox perches to a pine knot; thence south t&x
I degrees cast, 61V perches to a stone; thenco north
es'i degrees cast, 4Sx perches to a post; thence
north 19 degrees west, 139 perches to the place of
The second ot said tracts or parcels of land con
tains Fifty-Six Acres, and one hundred and fifty
seven perches, neat measure, and Is bounded
I.-.. ....... ..
follows, to-wlt : Beginning at a Maple, thence
north ii'A degrees east, t.y; perches to a stone;
thence south M degrees east, el and 1-10 Derches to a
post; thence south 33V degrees west, 1( perches fn
a post; thence soctb 4 degrees west, tl perches 10
a Ited Oak; thenco south 5.,V degrees west, ts and
1-10 perches to a Chestnut; thence north tt degrees
west, T and 8-10 perches to a post; thence south iSii
w 1 degrees west, 68 and no perches to a post; thence
uuriu is uegreca west, eo auu b-iu percnes 10 a Brono
thence north ?Stf degrees west, 9 perches to a stone;
thence north sx degrees west, .4 perches to a stone
thence north 33 degrees west, so and 9-10 perches
to a stone; thence north H v degrees west, is and
c-10 perches to a stone; thenco south St degrees east,
61 and 3-10 perches to a stone heap; thence south 63
degrees east, is perches to tho place of beginning.
And the third of said tracts or parcels of land
contains Four Acres, and forty-six perches, and Is
bounded as follows, to-wlt: Beginning at a lied Oalr,
corner with Hamuel Hoaglaod, thence north a de
grees east. 81 and T-lo perches to a stone; thenco
south Ii degrees east,! s'and 6-10 perches to the centre
ot the public road leading from Catawlssa to Elys
burg; thence south S3 degrees west, so and s-10
perches to a stone; thence south 65 degrees west.
Qg-g 3 and 6-lu perches to a stone; thence north
ueirreea weal, jiervues iu me jjioct- vi ucginuiog,
Tne above three pieces or land )lng contiguously
and forming one fann trace, cornprU) In the whole
one hundred and twenty-two acres and forty-three
perches; and will be sold In two parcels to suit
The odo being the Farmjire per containing lisaeres
and is perches, ln a tine state of cultivation, and
whereon aro erected a commodious and coinforta
blo dwelllntr house, a lanm hank ham. wnt-nn nlwl
at I and corn-crib combined, elder press.and all
sary outbuildings, unas abundance of excellent
fruit, a well ot water at the house and one at the
barn, and Is convenient of access by public roads.
The othor containing 4 acres and HJ perches where-
1 on aro erected a large custom grtst and flouting
nuu, nuuiuuiiuuui niuue, tt uu einng nouse, a
goods store and dwelling house, a saw mill,
of "np. r""! "T:':" "un "? water
of the said grist mill, saw mill, Ac,
belted, taken ln execution and to be sold at
gultot 4udereldV8. Clinton MendenhaU, Ell Men
dcnhall, Ellas MendenhaU, and K. It. Drinker, the
title al present being In E. It. Drinker.
Terms cash. JOllN W, IIOFFMAK.
A DMINISTRATOU'S NdTlCE
KSTATI Of SiBill ICMIUKI, DICliUD.
Letters of Administration on the estate of ffar&h
Summeni, lale of llemtorie twp., Colombia county,
deceased, havo been granted hy the Iteglater of eala
county lo N. 1'. Mooro of Hemlock All pertona
having claims against the cstato are requested to
present them for aettiement and those Ifideutea
to make payment without delay. jnoortB
;. W. Mil mr, Alt', Administrator.
Juno , H w
PORT GRAPE WINE
Used In the principal Churches for Communlan
EXCELLENT FOR LADIES AMD WEAXLT
reasons aud the aoid.
Speer's Fort Grape Win !
FOUR YEARS OLD. 4
f phis Celebrated Native Wtno ts modo from the '
X Juice of the Oporto (irapc, raised In this County
Tonic and ritrcDgthoninK Properties'
are tinurruRtd hv nnv c
re unsurpassed by any other Native Wine. Heln'.! I
the pure Juice ot thn ilrap produced under Mi-j
ppeers own personal BiiperriMon, us puniy an i
ppnuincncRS aro unraoicca, tho youncvsi, cuu
may partake of itntTOiirrouaniiAlltlcSjandthewtal (
esi invalid uso it 10 navamairi'. h h parucmiun ,
beneficial to tho a (red and debit Uated. and aulted t
tliovirlouflllmentstlntancctthowpakeriiex. Jt c
la eery n-Bpcct A wufKTO UK ItELIKl) ONt
The I' .t.silEHHVIsa Wlncof sanertorchiract
and partakes of the golden quslltles of the graft
from which It Is made. For Purity, Richness, Flat
and .Medicinal FroiwrUes, It win be found unexcell
JP. J . JSrantly.
This IiUANDV stands unrivaled In this Count
being far superior for medicinal purposes.
IT IS A FUIIE distillation frmn fio grapoandt
talnB valuable modlctual properties.
II Ima a Hollalo fla(.r .Imlla. In that, nf
grapes from which It Is distilled, and 13 In great IIs f
among nrsi-ciasa lamuien.
See that tho signature ot ALFRED SI'EER, Pol
N. J., Is over the cork of each bottle.
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j-OTICK OF INQU1CST.
KSTATK 0' AMIKEie OIKGLES, SI
To the heirs and legal representattv
Olngles. late of Centre, township, doct
whereas, at an Orphans' Court he
burg, In and for tho County ot Columl
day ot May, A. I)., ls9. before the II
Klwell, l'resldent, and his associates,
said court, the petition of MathuuQU
of Andrew Ulngles.late of the said t
said county, deceased was presented
That the said Andrew Olngles died c
dav of V.arcD, A. U. 1SI7, Intestate
. . uay ui i ii i v i. a. u. lau, 1 1. irauii
as I dcinesneas of fee of thi undivided
I fli.tmplalnlnlnl lima crunii l.nS gI
that certain lot of lime strno land si
township, Columbia county. Pa. IK
scribed as follows, to-wlt: Ikglnntn)
the north side ot ihe Lackawanna a
Hall Uoad, thence by lands late 1
north ssv degrees wo-t, S3 percl
thence by the same Bouth 743 uegre
es to a stone; thenco by other lime
ssv degrees east S3 perches to si
and U!ooim,burg Hallroad; thence
north Try degrees east 5 perches
beginning containing one hundred I
perches be the samo more or lea;'
reserving unto the said 1'hlllp Mill,'
assigns all tho limber be or the
uneing wiuiin iwo j ears irom lae
veuiber A. 1). Ib'o.) Also reservm(
cupancy of tbo north end of tho s
the same can bo farmed until at su
that the same shall be wanted for
Also all that certain ptcce or lot
ln centru township, Columbia con
and described as follows, to-wlt
the publlo road leading from Illoon
on tne east by land of the heirs
deceased, on the south by land
and on the west by school hou
ninety eight perches, leav log to a
ow, Mary Ann Olngles. and the
brother and sisters of full btood.
1 loner. Susan Ann Intermarried w
Sarah Olngles, Mary lutermarrie
lams, and the follow lug named 1
blood all lielng children of the si
Harriet Olngles, Martha lntenna
shuiuan all residents of thlsco
vt llllaius who la a resident of o
Harriet Olngles who l a reside
yewbaskec, and Sarah Olngles
Schuylkill county, l'a
1 nil uu paruuon or saiu real
had, thn petitioner showing thi
lnlrebt, pra)B the court to a
make partition of the said real 1
the parties according 10 their r
In accordance w 1th the above
hold an Inriuest on the sal 1 prei
ship, Columbia county, 1 a , on
at 9 o'clock, a. m when and wl
ed to attend It j oil think prop-.
Sheriff's oniee. Illooomsburg
July IS, 1.19, JO
CST1TE OF IlEl'BIX CKIIJE
Letters of administration (
Ilredbeuner, late 01 Heaver
county, renns) Ivanla, deceai
by the lieglsterof said count
administratrix. AU persons
the estate of tho deceased ar
them for settlement, and thoi
tate to make na ment fo the 1
tratrtx w Ithout delay, I