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except where parties have accounts.
Legal advertisements two dollars per Inch for I hrce
Insertions, and atthatrato loraddltionallnscrllots
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rtntlon duo on demand. . . .
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BLOOMSBURG, PA., FRIDAY, JANUARY 2. 1880.
t?t of the largo cities: ' All or"i done on J,
THE COLUMBIAN, VOL. XIV, NO. 1
COLU.MI1IA DKMOCHAT, VOL. XL1V, NO. 41
retrniarndveriiaomcnts nan raics.
cards in the "liuslness Directory" column, one
mand.noatly and at moderato prices.
dollar per year for each lino.
olumbia County Official Directory.
I'reslrtent.Midge William Klwcll.
s90clato. udges-1. K. Krlckbaum, F. L. Bh'imah.
Jiilrlct Attornoy-rnucri 11. umc.
tiherirr-John w. lloHman.
Hurvn o'-samuel Noyhird.
!tur 'commtssloners-Mi Ilobblns, Theodore W.
Counts miperlntcnacnt-Wllllam 11. Snyder.
ninnmPoor District Directors H. Si Knt, Scott,
r,n Kramer, iilooinsburg and Thomas Iteeco,
Bloomsburg Official Directory.
Irrcsldent of Town Council I. S. KU1IN.
ellcrk-l'aul K. Wirt,
Chief of Police li. Lascock.
president of (las company S. Lnorr.
eeeretary 0. W. Miller.
iunomsbiir? nnnklng CompanyTohn . Funston,
resident, II. II. (Irntz, Cashier, John Peacock, Tel-
Firs Na tonal Hank Charles 11. Paxlon, ''resident
' p. Tustln, Cashier. ........
Columbia County Mutual Saving Fund and Loan
,ssoclailon-E. II. Lltno, President, c. W. Miller,
iiiiio'msbiirg Ilulldlng and Saving Fund Association
Win I'cacock. President, J. 11. Hoblson, secretary,
uioomsburg Mutual Salng Fund Association J.
lirower, President, P. K. Wirt, Secretary.
Ilev. .T. P. Tust In, (Supply.)
Sunday Nervlccs-l'ix a. m. and Otf p. m.
Suml.1 School 9 a. m.
prayer Meetlng-Evcry Wednesday evening at 6
s'iis'free. Tho public arc Invited to attend.
ST. MATTHEW' LUTI1 KHAN CHURCH.
Mtntsier-llCT. o. O. S. Marclay.
Sunday Sorvtces-IOM a. in. and txp. m.
SftSs-ft .Vednesday evening at TX
seats free. Nopews rented. All are welcome.
Mlnlstcr-Ucv. Stuart Jll'iretl.
Sunday services 10 a. m. and 0f p. m.
PrayMMeoito'Kvcry Weuncsday evening at X
Seats'frco. No rows rented, strangers welcome.
METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHl'BCH.
Presiding Elder Ucv. W. Evans.
Minister ltev. E. II. Vocum.
Sunday Servlces-Kix and 0)tf p. m.
sundav school 2 p. m.
II ble Class-Everv Monday evening at x o'clock.
Aung Men's Prajer Mceilng-fivcry Tuesday
oSVpraycr Mce'tlng-Evcry Thursday ovenlng
Corner of Third and Iron streets.
,aetor ltev. W. K. Krebs.
ilesldei.co-Cnrner 4th and Catharine sjreets.
Sunday Men Ices lux a. in. and 7 p. m.
Sundav school 9 a. m.
t'raj er Meeting Saturday, T p. m.
All are In lted There Is always room.
Rectnr-Itev u Zahncr.
Sunday Servlces-liitf a. m., IX p. m.
sundav School 9 a. m. .
Plrtt Sunday In tho month, Holy communion.
Vrvlces preparatory to Communion on Friday
msidinir Elder ltev. A. I Heeser
linday KerUco-2 p. m.. In the Iron Street Church.
I'ra er Meeting Kiery Sabbath at ip.n.
AH are lnvitcci. nuuiu
loets In "the little llrlck Church on the Mil,
own as tho Welsh Baptist Church-on liock street
hegula?mectlng for worship, every Lord's day af
koonats o'clock. ,n,,Pd t0
fears iree, uuu iuu jjuuih-u.w w.
fiirrr. nn'nfTJS lilnnk. iiist nrintel anil
H neatly bound In Fmnll books, on hand and
sale ai uiu l;ui,uiui.
t)IiANK DKEUS, on Parchment ami Linen
'nper. common and for Admlnlsi rawre, Execu
ud trustees, tor Bale cheap at tho Columbian
J UNDUE NOTES just printed and for sale
I eneap ai uio uui.iMnirt umu-,
U. HA UK LEY, Altorney-at.I,aw Qtljd
In Urower'a DUUtliog, mu i'.ory, nuoiiis, Uu
11. KOHI.SON, Attornev-at-Law.
In Hart man's building, Main street.
1A.MUEL KNOim. Attorney-at-Uw.Office
j in uariman8 uuuuing, jiutn mrcei.
W.M. M. HEI1EH, Surgeon ami Pliyi
I clan, omco Market iieet. Abovocth East
it. EVANS. M. D.. Surgeon and Pliysi
clan, (onico and ltcsidencu on Third street,
B. McKELVY, M. D., Surgeon and Phy
blclan, north side Main street, below Market,
T McIIENRY, M. I) .Surgeon ami Phy
111. Mclan- oracu N. W.C. Market and rifth st
senses ot tho eyo a specialty aug. 29, Cm.
mi. J". C. KUTTER,
omco, North Market street,
Oct. 1, 19. uioomsburg, Pa.
jH. I. L. BAIiB,
Main street, opposite Episcopal church, Blooms
Itf Teeth extracted without pain.
Oct. 1 1SI9
W. EL HOUSE,
tLOOMSBURG, COL. CO. PA.
vU styles of work done In a superior manner, work
warrant, a as represenieu i kkth liXTBAin
ed without Pain. Good Bets f r $10.
OIUco t'orn'r Matn and Iron streets.
To be open at all houit duriua lite day.
Will bo at the omco of Dr. L. 11. Kline In Catawlssa
on Wednesday or each week.
ri M. DUINKEll, GUN and LOCKSMITH,
jewing Machines and Machinery ot all kinds re-
(Utred. Opeha House Building, IlloomEburg, Pa.
AVID LOWENliEHO, Merchant Tailor
t, Main St., abovo Central Hotel.
T 8. KUHN, dealer in Meat, Tallow, etc.
j, centre Bireei, oeiween becuuu uuu i uiru.
Clark & won s store, juam street.
A UOUSTUS FHEUND, Practical homeo
t nathlo Horso and Cow Doctor, Uioomsburg, Pa.
leu. 14, '19-11
rm- Y. KESTElt,
' AIEROFIANT TAILOR.
HoomNo. 15, OrBA House UuiLnma, Uioomsburg.
17REAH BROWN'S INSURANCE AQEN
J, OV, axcuunge uotei uioomBDurg, ra.
(Etna, Ins Co., of Hartford, Connecticut. .. e.soo.ooo
Ltveriiool. London and Globe . 20,wo,ooo
ojnlot Liverpool 13 Sou.ouo
.M.'.iimhlrn 10.000.' 00
'ire Association, Philadelphia 8,100,000
Mrmcrs Mutual ot Danville 1,000,000
lanvllle Mutual Ts.ooo
lome, New York S.eoo.ooo
As the agencies are direct, policies are w rttten tor
the Insured wltnout any delay in the omco at Ulooms-
HlrKEStNTS TUX rOIXOWINO
AMERICAN INSURANCE COMPANIES:
, Lvcomlnsof Muncy Pennsylvania.
I olh Amc-lcan of Philadelphia, Pa
Ib'cnnsj lvanla of "
p armers ot York, Pa.
lianoverof New York.
I Manhattan ot "
umco on Market bireet no. c, liioomsourg, ra,
oct, ta, 7-ly.
CllHISTIAN Y. KNAIT, BLOOMSBUlta, VA,
IntllTISIt AMF.ItICA ARlUHANCR COMPANY.
ImtltM AS PlltEINsUIIANCU COMPANY'.
01 'I'lll.'NAI, riKK I s I It A U K IJU.M 1 AN Y.
i AIUN INHl'KANCE t'llMl'ANY'.
ihe.e ot n coKi'OKATiONsare veell seasoned bv ace
nu iihh ibnifti, unu time uutr jei uau u iohs ui'i'
ueu uy ui y couri oi law. i neir assets are an invest
ed Hi solid skccaiTUsaud aro liable to the hazard
ot una only,
testes liiomTLr ard liONttTl.v adlustrd and nald
as socn aa ceU'imlned by I'uuimian F, Ksait, feise
AL AOKST ANU Al'Jt'STXK BUJOKSBl'KI, PA.
'1 he people t t Columbia cunty thnuld patronUo
the age, cy where losses If any are bcitled and paid
by one of their own citizens.
Ik.1 ,,vu' -4UA fAI 1 iJAAlAU
I A UDITOU'8 NOTICE.
(.OI.l'MBIA COUKTT S,i
Annmp; tho llccordi .ind proooefllnKS of Iho Court
nrrtmmon Picas of said County, inter aim It is
1 mis contained.
in re nrstana namni arconnt or ensnrr itiiftwn.
No, 8. Sentember Trrm 19.
Ami now Dreemtier 1t is"9, on motion of C.
Hrovkwnr. N. U. runk anrolntcd auditor to asfer-
tain tho ludclitodnrM of Hal
11a R.sBiKuor,uisinuuitJ ii";
biilanco In thehamHof tho naiffiiw, and determine
tho order of distribution of tho balanco to h
MY THE COullT. I
Certlfled from tho records tills lth dAv of Decem-
Tho Auditor In pursuance of Iho fortcnlnir bp-
polntment, will attend to th duties thwrcof at his
onire in mocunsuurg on rsaiuruay.ianuirj 11 in. i
u, 1, u ui, ill nil, n ivitwn, "iivii nuu inn
all parlies Interested will present thtlr claims or bo
ueunrreu iruui cuuung in uu said iuuqs.
N. U. TONK,
in re estito of Samuel Albertson, deceased.
In tho orphans' Court of Columbia county.
nw lleectniier 0. IS 9 on moltmi of K lt.Itttl
Esn . 1 hoinas I. Vanrtersllce. Is appointed audit, r to
stale an account for E. K. orvls. Hdmlnlstratordt
bonis non of Samuel Albertson. ''eeeased, said orris,
luivlnLr ri m tn tllenn neroimt In obedience to tne
citation and his Hflldatll tostay proceedings on Bald
citation, and snld urvls having Itft the Jurisdiction
or mis court, nis rcsiaeuoo oeing unmown.
nr TBS , HURT.
Notice Is hereby irl en that tao undersigned will
attend to the duties ot his appointment at his office
in luooinsDurg on rnoav January uie i.in, iw,
oclolca m. when and where all partleBIntereet-
eu may aiiena u mey see proper.
lid. . VUllDI,lv P.,
dec 19-4W Auditor.
HHl A I ur PAHA II lkaiiai.l.B,UBiaAnBu.
Notice Is hereby given tjat tho undersigned np-
pointed by tho orphans' court of Columbia county
to mako distribution of the money In thehatidsof
tho Administrator to and among the parties enti-
tied thereto.wlll attend to tho duties of his appoint-
ment at tho omco 01 C. II. Jackson, Esq., in lif rwlck,
on Saturday, January tho 11, lo, at no o'clock
in the ofternoon, at which time and placo all parties
uu ueoarreu irom a suaro oi ma luim.
LbKUT r. TUUiiran.,
dco 19-tu Auditor.
liy Tlrtuo of sundry writs Issued out of
tho Court of Common Picas of Columbia county, and
0 mn directed, will be exposed to public sale at the
Court House In thoTown of Uioomsburg, Columbia
County, Pa., at 1 o'clock, p. m on
baturuav. January dru, loou
All that certain roal estate situate In tho town of
Espy, township of f cott, Columbia county, bound.
cd on the north by Third Street, on tho east by lot
of Harriet Musgrave, on the south by an alley, on
tho west by lot ot Oeorgo nartman j being eighty'
two and a halt feet In width, and ono hundred and
seventy-three and one fourth feet In depth.
Seized, taken Into execution nt tho suit of Samuel
Conner, surviving administrator ot O. II. Fowler,
deceased, against William B. Howcr, and to bo sold
as tho property of William . Hower,
Howell, Attorney. vend, Ex,
All that certain tract of land situate In Roaring.
creek township, Columbia county and State of Penn
shanta, bounded and described aB followB, to-wlt :
on Iho north by land of Peter K. Mensch, on tho cast
by land ot Frederick Uullard, on tho south by land
of Elizabeth Lluvllle and on the west by land ot Hen
ry Hoofnaglo, containing sixty acres mora or less, on
which aro erected a dwelling house, barn ana out
Seized taken Into execution at tho suit of John C.
Myers, assigned to Henry Pfahler, against Jonathan
v. .Mj crs, and to bo sold as tho property ot Jonathan
Vend, Ex. I
All that certnln lot tr plcco ot land situate In
Franklin township. Columbia county, and state ot
Pennsylvania, bounded and described as follows to.
wit : on tho north by land of Andrew Lohrman, on
tho east by land of Thomas Ashworth, on tho south
by land of 'uhn Kimble and on tbe west by land of
Andrew Lohrman, containing twelve acres more or
less on which are erected a dwelling house and out
So zed taken into execution at M mror 11. t rank
Zarr-Ew,,',v t -neurto zarr, ueccasea, against
Misan t'nrie t and to bo sold as the property 01 bn
Zatr, Attorney. Vend. Ex.
All that certain lot or piece of land situate In Scott
townshln, Columbia county and state of Pennsylva
nia, bounded atd described as follows to-wlt : on
the north by tho Public road, leading from Hot
farm to Light Street, on the east by land ot Daniel
Snyder, on tho south by tho Public road leading from
Uioomsburg to Uerwlck and on tho westbylandof
I. s. Kuhn, containing twenty acres moro or less, on
w hlch Is erected a f ramo stable.
Seized taken Into execution nt tho suit of Daniel
Snyder, for use of Charles It. Paxton, against Har
mon n. Crevellng and to bo sold as tho property of
Harmon G. Crevellng.
Uuckalew, Attorney. Vend. Ex.
All that certain lot or piece ot land sltuato Is Lo.
cust township, Columbia county and state ot Penn
s) lvanla, bounded and described as follows to-w It
on the north by land, of A. U. Fisher, and Daniel
Zimmerman, on the east and south by Isaao Fisher,
and on tho west by Abraham Stlne.contalnlng twelve
acres more or less on which Is erected a dwelling
house, barn and outbuildings.
Seized taken Into execution at the suit of Andrew
Hupp, administrator ot Mary Mensch, deceased,
against George Hupp, and to be sold as tho proper,
ty of George Itupp.
Buckalerc, Attorney. Vend. Ex.
All these certain lots pieces or parcels ot land sit
uate In Main township. In tho County of Columbia
and State of I'ennsj lvanla, bounded and described
as follows : viz :
1st. Beginning at a post In public roadacornerot
a lot sold Henry Kostenbauder, now owned by Arias
J. ucrnipger, thence by said lot north forty.lwo de.
grees east, twenty perches to stones, thenco north
eighteen degrees west eighty-live perches to line of
tract of land owned by Jacob Shuman's heirs known
an the (leo. Espy tract, thence by tho samo south
eighty degrees east perches to a corner of Abra
ham Knight's land thenco by Abrahim Knights
line BoutU eighteen degrees east nine
ty-two ierches to stones thence north clghty-nvo
and a halt degrees west seven and five-tenth perch-
es to stone, thence south forty-eight rnd a halt de
grees west, eighteen perches, thence north sixty
degrees v, est three and one-tenth perches, thenco
south eighty degrees weit twenty perches to the
public road thence along said road north forty-eight
degrees west tv, elve and sev en-tenths perches to the
place ot beginning, contalolng thirty acres mora or
less, on which la erected a dwelling house and out
Vnd Beginning at a post at the Catawlssa Creeks
thenco north thirty-six degrees east eight perche
thenco by lands of Francis Klcmmtng north seventy
degrees cast fourteen and eight tenths perches to a
stone thenco by lands ofAaronBernlnger north sixty
degrees west threo and one-tenth perches to a ttone
thence by the same south eighty and a half degrees
west twenty perches to a stone In tho middle of the
public road thence along the same north forty-eight
degrees west twelve and seven-tenths perches to a
stone In the middle ot the public roid thence south
thlrty-slx degrees west fifteen and five-tenth perch
es to a stone thence south thlrty-lght degrees cast
threo perches to an elm tree thence up tho creek,
south eighty and a half degrees east twenty-one and
nine-tenth perches to a stone tho placo of beginning
containing two acres btrlct measure, on which Is
erected a fulling mill, dwelling houso and out.
seized, taken Into execution at tbe suit of Colura
iitn Citiintv Mutual bavtmr Fund and Loau Associa
tion assigned to Franklin Miutuau against Francis
Flemmlng and to be sold us the property of Francis
Terms Cash. JOIIN W. HOFFMAN,
dec n. -Is Sheriff.
and bow to obtain them. Pamphlet
free, upon receipt of Stamp for post-
aiLMORE, SMITH & CO.
StUHUiri 0 J'ulmli,
A'car 1'abat OJJte, fMngb, IX tt
Iu the matter of the estate ot Thomas Iteeee.
In the court of Common Pleas of Columbia coun-
And now December th 1S7. on motion of Samuel
Knorr, court appoint T. J. Vanderslico, auditor to
oisinuuuj luuua in lue uanas ox tne Assignee.
UY THE COUItT.
The Auauor in pursuance ot the foregoing ap
riolutment, wlU attend to the duties thereof in his
ofllce In Uioomsburg cn balurday the lllh. day of
jauiui; iKw,BLivuu,k.iu,nueu una wuere an
parties in leresuK win present ineir ciaunior b,1
aeoarreuiroui coming muu saui tunas.
Ily tlrtno of stinflrr writs amt A at of ttio C6til
of Common TlctR of ColnWa connty, ant wm
iitrpptii. wilt tft MBowd to cnbue snio ftt tne coui
nn.,un in tKnTArn niAftmtirtr. en umiiia tonBi
'a. nt 1 o'clock, p. m.
Friday, Junuarr 23, 1880.
All that certain tract or plcco of land 6ltualln
Main tow nshlp, Columbia county and stnlo of
slvaula bounded and described as follows, t
uounueu ami ueiscnui-u na wiiuD, vy
on th-j north by Und of Jacob Brown on thteast
by Hnd of 1). S. Urow n, on the sou'h by lublroad
on tho west by land of Jacob lirowu cocpnlng
tv.enty.nve acres more or less, wherein areiected
a dwelllnir house, bant barn, wagon 8hca.ira
shed and other outbulldtngs.
Setred taken In execution at tho suit of rgarct,
lirown nralnsfK. n. W. Prown and to sola as
tho property of N. II. W. Brown,
Ike er. Attorney Allay
All that certain tract of land sltuatf n Ijjcnst
township, Columbti county and Btato cf Vnnsylva-
nla, bounded and devrlbed as follows,! u
tho north by land of Daniel Stlne, onfe easty
land of Charles Fahrlnger, on thu touiiby land of
Michael stlno and lands of Itaub Kuliand on the
west by land of Isaac 'fisher cbntalilg seventy
acres more or lesB, on which arc eretw a dwelling
house, bam. blaclamlth shoti and oulildlngs.
Seized taken in execution at tbe sun i a. r. t al
ter acalnst Jacob r. Kerschnr and it old as the
property of Jacob I" Kcrschner,
Uhawn, Attorney I vena. bx.
All that certain piece or parcel of land situate In
franklin township Columbia counf Pa, bounded on
the north by lands of ncnjamln ltd and John Art
ley, on tho east, by land of VatentlV Vothcr, on tho
south by land of William Teerlo U on tho west by
land of Ucuben Knlttle, contalS'g seventy eignt
acres more or less, on which aroiccted a dwcPlog
.,,,, .nii nuttatilidinm
Bouse. oa nn? oulDullalnK- v,rtfl
Also, 1 11 that certain lot or e of land bounded
on tho north and west by l.uid.VoM'Ph Ilceder, on
, b . - . ,,mllt0. (, and on tho south
by land ot Peter Ford contolnj on acre more or
less, on which are erected a cftus house and out
Seized taken In execution ato suit of w imam L.
Eyerly, attorney In fact for lft'cca Edgcrton, Ucu
ben Nagle, Wm. Nagle, Danlfl agle.Geo. Nagle and
Sarah Tetty against Will tan Wat's and CharloB
Nagle and to be sold as tho pftcrt y ot William Watts
and Charles Nagle. I
Kyerly, Attorney I vend. Ex.0. c.
Terms cash. ,... ...
dec. XI, '7-ts r Sheriff.
Dy virtue of a writ of rles Fl. Va. Issued out of
tho Court of Common FlfJ of Columbia county and
to mo directed, win be ej)-ed to public salo on tho
premises In tho townsbtjot Brtarcrcek, Columbia
county, ra , atl o'clocifi m on
Tuesday, Janary 20, 1880.
All that tract ot lana Jtuato In the township of
Brlarcreek, ColumblaAunty Pa., bounded on the
north by land hereto M John Van Pelt now.v.
K. Jackson's heirs arpand of John Heavcncr, on
the west bv lands ot l John neavener lately.now
Adam Deltrlch, and fficls trans, on tho south by
land heretofore own1" P. M. Traugh now Pettlt
and others, contalnlfa wo hundred and tweoty-nvo
acres more or less oi hlch the defendant Wlllla
Lumon now resides.! o which are erected a frame
bank barn, a frame dvlling house and out buildings,
also a n ood tenant Itse. There are on tho premises
also an excellent fflfle orchard and other fruit
IUDt ostl)nst wnifi Lamon, and to bo sold as tho
property of WUUatoMnon.
i), JOHN W. nOFTUAN,
Terms Cash. Sheriff,
dec Sfl, 1ST9 la
ORPHAN? COURT SALE
REAL ESTATE !
Ily virtue otoifrdiT of tho Orphans' Court ot Co
lumbia county.lie undersigned Administrator ot
George Illsewl lato of Uioomsburg, Columbia
county, deceasiiCMll exposo to putllc bate on the
premises, in Uloxisburg, col., Co., on
Paturdayf January 17, 1880,
ono o'clock, p. in ,
All that cert I lot of ground situate In the Town
ot Illoomsburglolumbla county Pa., bounded and
described as folws to wit : on tho north by First
btrtet of said If n.on tho West by Whitman's alley,
on the south
Hldgo Alley and on the east by an
alley, being si
si k feet In width and two hundred
and fourteen tk tlx lnctt s In depth. Whereon are
erected a Two
with cellar kilt
A Large Li
fery Stable, Carriage Houses
and sheds, coilousc, Pig ret. and other out build
logs vlth agv ell ot water at tho Stabloanda
Cistern at th levelling House.
TEHMs oil ULE. Ten per cent, ot the one-
fourth of tie mrchase money to be paid at the
striking dovp f the property, the one-fourth less
tbe ten per i'E. at the confirmation of sale and the
remaining tiro-fourths In one jear thereafter with
nterest troia onrlrmatlon nisi.
Deed to b J pld for by tho purchaser.
dec ins I Administrator,
UDI fot'S NOTICK.
laGPTRK PISTRIBITIOKOFTUE ESTATE Or I
AC'OU fcVANS, PECEAHEO.
The undrnlgned auditor uppolnted by the Court 1
to kettle :f d ncjust said estate and ascertain tho
amounts lid hiraclea due tho creditors and leiratees I
of halddrrdent.w 111 hold an audit for tho purposes ot I
his uppoiftmeit at his ofllce In Bloomsburg, on sat- I
urd.i) tlif24lhdayot January A. D. isso, at 1 o'clock I
requestcl to present their claims or bo forever de-
it. in., w i.u uuu nuciu uu iiuiui-B imt'i trsi.ru uic ,
A. C SMITH.
EST'TE Or CAOWALLAUEU H0BEUT4.
COLPHlii COCSTT S S :
Ainoigth, Becords and proceedings of the Or
phans' Court ot said county Inter alu 11 Is thus con-
Ana bow Dec. i. i&tb. on motion oi u. n. nrocknar
J. M. Clark. Kan., antxilnted auditor to distribute.! he
ssseulu fie hands ot th Administrator, and to
deteraiDeiboonlerln vh ch future patmentaare
to be uaae from the proceeds of the sale ot said real
estate to er taiioi s ana ueirs.
IIT TUB COURT.
Certified irom the ltecords this 11th. davotDe-
ceiuutr a. p. 1ST9.
U. IkKirKllAl M,
flcrk. O. C.
The Auditor In pursuance of the toregolngappolnt.
mui-win tit lend to the duties tuereor ai nis omce in
JUOUastiUrr. on saturditv .lanuarv lttn.iswu. alien
u tf . iu iuu mrrruuu Wllf U null nutrir. itii uaiiivi I T. r ., . , . - . , ,
lnu rested will present their claims or be deWred Don't tall to see this wonderful piece ol per
frois coming in on said funds. fection, the. New David Vertical Feed
J. H. CLABK.
ISTATI Or BISJAWIN VXRICI.X, PICIASIP.
Inters Testamentary on the estato e.t Benla-
raliiMerlde, latent Madison twp., Columbia ctunty,
reipsjivania, aeceasea, nave oeen graniea oj me
lit rster of sld county to the underslirnea uxre-
utit ah persons having claims airalnst the
estireof the decedent ate reauested to present
imp for settlement and thoso inaeotea to the es
tail to us ko payment to the undersigned Execi'tor
WILLIAM U. MEI1IC1.K.
0. Buckhoro. Kxecutor.
COLCMBU COChTT fcS,
MmoLLrLba Records of tboOrrhaDs Court of Co-
Ji'ium cuuKij , lutur una nis tuna uuuluiucu i
u IHj ir.aittr of iht) eatato ef Lt1 Creasy, de
1 v.. . T. 1 1 - i. .1.'.... .
I j v, ft irya , u 1 '
faocourt appoint ltobert Buckingham, auditor to
uiatncuio tne iuuus ui uio uauua ot uio aominutra-
Bv TUB COCKT.
CertMed from tbe llccords thu loth day ot De-
tcinoer A. u. iiv.
U. KKtrKBAl M.
Clerk I). C.
The Auditor In tho above case wtU meet the par
Ites Interested at the ofllce of c. (1. lur Hey, Esq. on
Friday the sth, day ot January A 1) is", at nulch
lime the heirs aod patties Interested must present
the ir tlalm or claims against Iho above estate, or be
iwenr uarrea jroiu meeting iue sainu.
made In 87 days. 10 page catalogue
true. BUCKEY E NOVKL'I Y CO..
W(,T 1,-MU WfcW
A FARMjm SALE.
Tho undersigned oters to sell on moderate terms
at private sale, a valuablo VAltV utiato In Mount
Pleasant townsklp.colnmbta county.about two and
a halt miles west of Btoomsbtirg, tho county seat of
said Loiumkta county.
Said Farm tontalaa
124 &cr of Land
with tho ncaenary Improvements thereon erected
and Is In a goo4 state t caltlvatlon. There le en
A Never Failivo Stbiav or Waiis
with tho rtghtfera .MII.T, r tkerrrninand
a fair supply f tlasber adjaecnt. It M a ccslrable
property, and will bo sol at a bargain to tbe pur
cknii'r. tarpor tcrmi and parttenlara adlrna y mall or
Uloonsburg, Columbia County, Peaaa.
Cao 11-1 m
inTATi or tKoaos inEici, naciAinp,
Letter! of AdmlnlatrAtlnn nn tho autaf f nnrm
Preiee, lata of Hadiaon Twp., Colimbta ao., ae
eeisi t, have bean granted y the Wivl.Kr of satd
county to the indi rttgnea Adnlnlitrator. to whom
allperonslnttare requesttd to make Imme
diate painent ana tbcae havtng claims or demands
agalnut the estate will mate them inowa ta tho Ad
minlttrator without delay.
H1LU1M H ASTKLLAn,
Buck nora, P. o..
Not. is-' Adralnlstrator.
I-TATA or JOHH I.ATCOCE, DK1ASIB.
IftteVflOf AdmtnlAtPMnn thn natuta r4 Xlin
Layrock, late of Blonnrtmtir. Coluintlt
county. Pcnnsilvanla, deceased, have ben rra ted
by the Keglkterof said county to the unOVrslgted
administrator. All persons saving claHna ngalost
the estate of the deeeawd are reuestad to present
them tor settlement, and tbwe tadebted to the es
tate to make pa; mcnt to the indersigacd adminis
trator w lthout aclay.
fAVIU LAV KNBIKll,
Q B. BKOCKWAY,
Coirysuv UriLbivo, Bloomsburg, Pa.
Member of tho United RatcB Law Association.
Collecllonsmado In any part of America or Europe.
J E. WALLER,
Isereas of ?as!cis cbUlcsd, ColUctlcrimada.
Office, Second doorrrom 1st National Bank.
Jan. 11, 1911
J- U. FUNK,
Incrcaso of Pensions Obtained, Collodions
Office In Ent's Bcii.niNO.
p B A W.J.BUCKALEW,
Office on Main street, OrstdoorbelowCourtnouBO
JOHN M. CLARK,
ATTORN I V-AT-LA W,
omco over Schuyler's nardwaro Store.
ATTOIWBY AT LAW.
Orrtci In nannan's Building, Matn street,
H. LITTLE. H01T. a. LITTLE,
II. A R. R. LITTLE,
ATTORNB V-AT-LA W
Office In Brower's building, second noor, room No.
oniceln UNAhOBT'B Buildimj, on tlaln street second
aoor auovo l enire.
(!au be consulted in German.
Jan. 10, 'SO-tt
A T TO 11 N E Y-A T-L A W,
colckeiav Bni.DiNo, Bloomsburg, Pa.
Member ot the United states Law Association.
Collections mado In any part ot America or Europe
oct. 1, 1S79.
collections promptly made and remitted, omco
onpostte Catawlssa Deposit Bank. Im-ts
ATTUJtiN ii X-AT-LiA W ,
ofllce, corner ot Third and Vain Streets.
THE LATEST ISTI1EBEST.
The Greatest Sewinfl; Machine of the Age
Bhuttle Sewing Machine. Manufac
lured nt wate'town, new lorr.
Will be on exhibition at
tbe Bloomsburg fair
ground during tbe
All nre cordially
invited to call and in
spect the Netv Machine
and obtain samples of work,
more beautiful unu desirable than
ever, before accomplished and utterly
impossible foe any other to duplicate.
thousands witnessing tbe immense range
of work, and discarding their old machines
lor the new MACHINK, H suiucient proof ol
its superiority aim oriug lor uie ajavis u
trade mat runs tne lactory to its lullest ca
The Vertical Feed.
Which supercedes the under feed, is the
lliuge upon which swings the UNPARALLE-
Oomposod of only 13 Working Parts
while others have from forty to Berenty-five,
making tne lean complicated, tne most uur
able and most reliable machine in use.
It positively leads all others. POINO AWAY
with nil basting, nnd is the UQHTEST BUN-
NINO 81IUTT1.11 MACHINE IN THE YOBLI I
and gives general satisfaction. Will be sold
at the recent popular REDUCED BCAu: 01
PRICES, camples ot work tree.
J. SALTZEU, Gen'l Agent.
oct. 3, IQ-lj.
50 Years Before tho Public.
Prouounccd by all to bo tho most Pleainnt nnd
rtirnrtoii remody la use, for.the rure of cmiiha,
fi; rraup, kenrienrii, tickling sensation ot tho
throat, whooping cough, etc. ovurt A .lttl.MON
BOTTI.KS HOLD WITHIN Till! LAST TKW
TCARA. It gives relief wherever used, and has tho
power to Impart benclt that cannot bo had from the
cough alxtartt now In use, Sold by all Dru;glsU at
35 cents per bottle.
Hill. I.Kit.".' I.lVBll IMI.I.S aro also highly re
commended for curing liver oomplalnt, constipation,
Mck-headaches, fever and ague, ana all diseases of
the stomach and Uver. Sold by all Drugglsta at 45
ccnta per box.
R, E. Sellers & Co., Pittsburgh, Pa.
oct s, ',9-iy.
WHITE SEWING MACHINE-
Whereas, the world renowned reputation ot tho
White Sowing Machine
Induces many unscrupulous competitors to resort to
all kinds of mean tricks to tnlun, Its reputation, we
ber to caution all Intending purchasers not to buy a
exeept from Its regular authorltcd dealers, who wUl
c sustainea Dy ino lonowmg warranty.
WS VTAP.IUNT MP. NATURAL WIAR AND TBATI
flitB Shuttle Sewim MacMoe.
PLATB NtJIIBKR IOn.1.111 TOR FAMILY PtTllPO.
t-IS. AND HKKBI1Y AGItBB TO KKII' THE BtMI
IK KEI'AIR rult TI'K TBItV OF FIVE YEA1I
r how this hte. ntisoFciiARUK.
This warrantr ezceata tho breakage of needles
ThlB warranty win not be sustained unless the
lato number abovo given corresponds with the
umber on the shuttle race sUde. Doware of defaced
r altered numbers.
wnm wtko nt ACitmw on.
Tho "WHITE" ShTittli Sswlng MaehLao
n nitfiTiR CAPicitT than anj ether famtlj' Sewing
iiacmne lor aomg eTcrj' Taneiy oi wors.
J. SALTZEU, Oeneral Afrent,
oct. a, Tft-ir.
A WEEK in your own town, and no cai
Ital risk a. You can give tho business a
trial tttlOUte.xpLlIlH.,. Tho best opportu
nity cut offered for tlioo llllup to
vork. You should try nothing else until
ou see for lourfetlf hat tou can do at
line business we offer. No room to explain here.
Youcandetoto all jour time or only jour bpare
nuiu iu iuu uu auti iuuk.t: jfreai uiy lur t'erj
haur that ou work. Women make as much as men.
Stuid for f-pedal private tt rms and particulars. hlch
wd mall free. fMiutntfrcc. Dont complain of hard
lllllfs wtiiRi JUU 11UTC bUL'U H CUUUCU. AUUXCSSJ1.
iiAi.Li.iT a: co , roruana Aiauie.
oct 8, 7.-ly
TO nm A YEAH, or 5 to 30 a
dav In vourowu lacalltv. No risk
Women do as v,ell as men. Many
make tnorothan the amountstat
ed above, no one can fall to make
money fast. Any one can do the
work. You can make from &" cents to 2 an hour by
devoting your evenlng9 and spire time to the busi
ness, it costs nothing to tr the business. Nothing
like It for money making ever ofTcred before. Hum
ness pleasant and strictly hono-nble. Header. If j ou
want to know all about tho best pajlng business be
fore the Diiblle. send u lour address and wo will
send sou full particulars and private terms free:
aaiupifg w unu o uiiu ,re,j , )uu cun iwu u tiku ui,
0ur mind for jourself AdoreiS aiX)H(IE hTlNSO.S
a CO., Portland, Maine.
oct. 3, t-ly
ESPY PLANING MILL.
The undersigned lessee of the Espy Planing Mill,
Is prepared to do all kinds ot mill w one,
Doors, Frames, Sash, BlMs, etc.
made to order on short notice.
You can get a Tborougn Education with the
LEABT OUTLAY OF MONEY.
For Catalogue, address tho;i rtnclpal,
ItEV. C K. CANFIEU).
THIS PAPER IS KEPT ON TILE
AT THE OFFICE OF
Cor. Chritntit and KltrhUi Hti.
VTho racclro Advertleraenta tbr thli Paper.
al l.owci vain leaite
Bciul ue. for AY Kit a h
ERV BIUEUTOi:, TEACHKR AKD
Bnould subscrlbo tor
A Lire Educational Monthly, published at
torso cents pcrjeor. Bcna six ccnta tor specimen
C. r. CAN FIELD,
April is, 117V tf
TO. F. BOT3INE,
IRON ST., BELOW 8BCOND, HLOOMSUOItO, l'A
Is prepared to do all kinds ot
Plain and Ornamental
IJOTH DECORATIVE AND PLAIN.
All ItliiilN o I Turn 1 1 u ix llci'iili'L'tl,
uiitl m 11 tie an guuil un neiv.
NONE HUT FIRST-CLASS WORKMEN FMI'LOYKD
Estimator! Made on all Work,
WM. V, IiODlNE.
WIIXJWS' A I'PK A IBKM ENTS.
Tho following appraisements of real and
Jiersonal propertyset apart to widows of decedents
lave been nied In the omen af the Register of Col
umbia county, under Mm Hales nt Court. And will he
presented for absoluto connrmation to the orphans
t'ourtto be held In Bloomsburg.ln and forsald conn
ty, on Monday, Februnry and, Isso, at two
o'clock p. m., of said day unless exceptions to such
contlrmatton aro previously filed, of which all per
sons Interested In said estate will take notice :
1. Widow of John Laj cock, lato of tho Town of
J. Widow of 0wgo Brcecc, lato of Madison town
. Widow of William II. Orange, lato of Catawlssa
w uvuip. uoueiihea.
lteirtster'i omce. 1 w. n. JAmnv
KinomsDurg. Feb. 2, 'so.f
Feb. l, '80-t.
Notice li hcrctr irlTeu to all lct7atrs. crrrtu
nd other rwrnona iutprpstrd in tht rativtp
tho reupfCtKtj decedent!) and minors, that the fol
lowtnir administration and guardian accounts have
boen fli8d In tho ofllce of tho Keglster of rolumbln
eoanty, and 111 be presented for confirmation and
allow anco In Iho orphans' court to bo held In
HLOonnuurtr. on Monday rebruarr "11111. irmd.
at a o'clock, p. in. on catd day :
1. Tfco account of John Horn, administrator of
rump utas, laio 01 buganoai lownsmp, ac
cessed. t, rirst and ftnal acwnnt of ncniy W, fAnl. t xectt-
ui uauiariBo aui, ituo 01 jiiomsDTirg. ae
ecasefl. 8, The account of Allen Mann, administrator of
MUlara Hugnes, late of Beaver township, de
ceased. 4, rinal account of William Neal, executor of Alfred
i enure, irto 91 imjomsuurtf, aeceasea.
5, Tho first tand final necounfcof nenry be, ad
mliiLstraorof Ljdla Yoho lateor mnilntown
c. 1 be flrflt and partial Bocmnt of John B Baa and
A. J. neliu, executors of Aitas UeUiU, lato of
KlsiingtTecfc Uwnakip, 4eceatcd.
1 he nr.it an Inal account 2. A TtawUn ad
mlulsirator of lUlaii (irrlton, Ut of ulooms
8. rirst t&d partial account of Jacob r. Bro(dt,and
liiram 11. wroaai, execuforn 01 ADrnnam uroaai,
late of Madtdon tii8hlp, deceased.
9. First and partial account of Theodore "W. K mil h
euaraiau 01 Luiaer a. ueruaa, Uiinor cnua 01
John 1C. Uermaa, lato tt Pine township, de
ceased. 10. Tlte Int and final account of D. rt-. Alartz, ad
minlfttrator of Mary Miller, lato of lirtarcrcek
11, Flrbt and llnal acooint 0; lRaac K. Krlckbaum
nnd Cliarlea Arm, udinlii Iterators of Christian
AfJi, late of heuloa Vjwnsilp, deceased.
19. First n.l flual account of Aaron Yoder, admin
fetrator of Abraiaia Yodiv. lato of Locust town
13. First account cf Nathan MUIer and Daniel Mil
ler oil" mors of dcorgo Miller, late of MllUln
14. Vlr&tand final accouat of Jesse John and ISoah
S. CrlUa, adiulnlbtratom of avtd Y. Crltes, lato
ot Franklin township, deceased.
15. The account ot Jacob 8. Brans, guardian of
ltactiel Binmi. tnirJ. aad Harriet m. vshlt
night, minor children f Jowepi Wultealffht.lato
u Loiumoia cuuaiy. aeceanea.
U. The first and final account of O. M. and Charles
Olbbons, executors ot Thomas Gibbons, lato of
Benton township, deceased.
IT. First and final account of C. W. Miller Tuardlan
of Jeanet Mnson a mtoor child ot Itobert -M ason
late of Bloomaburif, deceased.
18. Tho first and partial account of John Appleman
aaroiniBirator oc joqu uruwr, iaro 01 JtemiocK
loomiburg, Fe. l, '80.
W . H. Jacoby,
Dy virtue of a writ of Kl. Fa. Issued out of the Court
of Common Pleas of Columbia county and to mo di
rected, will be exposed to public sale at tho Court
House In tbe town ot Bloomsbutg, Columbia county,
Pennsylvania, at one o'clock p. m., on
Friday, January 23rd, 1880.
All the right title and lnterevt of Ellas Mcndenhall
In all tilt certain- tract of land, situate la Pine
township, Colombia County, ra., containing eighty-
two acres, more or less, bounded and described as
follows to-w It : on the east by land ot Henry indue,
on the south by lands of BU Barton, on thawestby
lands of lltlah Vollracr and on the north by lands now
of .Mary B. .Mendenhall, whtreon are erected a
dwelling house, barn and a steam saw mill with all
seized, taken In execution at tho suit of the First
National Bank of Ashland now assigned to Jonn T.
Audenrled against CUnton Mcndenhall, Ell llenden
hall. Ellas Mendenhall and E. H. lirtokcr and to be
sold as the property of Ellas Mendenhall.
Terms cash on day of salo.
JOHN W. HOFFMAN,
t.ari. iMn nli.d In iht, ITot hoiwtar 's cGlco of 10-
inmliU rvmnli. nnd will be nre&ented to the Court
of Common Pleas ot said county on tho Srd day of
February u-s), and coonrmed after the fourth day
of said term unless exceptions be nied wllhlnthat
1 Anpnnnt. of William ljimnn. Trustee aunolnted
nf the fund beouealhed by John K. Fow ler to llrlar-
crtek township Poor lilstrlct.
l. Aeeount ot J. B. Hoblsoa and L. E. waucr, As
signees ot uiperl. Thorn w.
3. Accoantof Joserh itoucu, committee oi auia-
i Tn ,winrt rf James u asters and Conrad
Krcamer committee ot .Margaret lortner, a lunatic.
Jan 1,'90-tc. Prothonotary.
EJIATl Or ANNA BOVI, PICBABID.
Tttprs Testamentary on tho ebtate of Anna
Penosjlvanla, deceased, have been granted by tl.o
IteglMcr DI saia euumy iu oiuiuu minis
mtiVh imirr. All nt rsons havlnz cla ms acalnst Ujo
estato of the decedent aro requested to preat t
tjito to raato payment to the undersigned Hxccu-
tore without delay.
IIXLIS, Atty. JEliEMIAU BOYIll,
ESTATE OF ANNA SODUAN, PBCIAOIU.
T.ttfru tKtAtaentiir on the eAtuto of Anna Shu-
I iiiu.iuiri linvn twi'ti irruiled by iho lteirts'eT of satu
county lo mo uitoenugueu iih-uwib. ju i-ju.
bavlni'cUiiuiscgalnbt tho estate ot the decedent
arc requested to present them tor settlement, and
tlioso Indebted to toe estate to make payment to tho
undersigned KiecuiorsY, it noue oeiay.
Dec 2. 16T9-w,s. Executore.
I UDITOR'S NOTICE.
I COLl'UBIA COl'NTT, es.:
Imnnn ttiA rpnorrtft nnrt tirOCPenint-S CI me Or-
phmv Court of said county, inter alia, It is thus
In tlie matter ot tlae estate cf Tuomas Knorr,
Ijitc. 10, ls'B, on lue pemion oi jounu. uKit, ,uc
Kitcutor. and on motion of Mr. Kri'exe, C u. liarlc
ly, Kq., appointed an auditor to distribute tne
1 llv -riir f'nriiT.
Certlfleel from Uio records this tub, day of Deo, A
D,i,;tf, wm l kick a acm, uiera e j,
The A(11ti-,r in nmauanco or lue loreiroinz an-
noltittnent w 11 attend to the dutlfB tnereof. at hi
omco In Wootmburg. on -aturd,iy January !lst,
Iu, ae. IB a m, wueu una leucre mi ju4itb iu.ii-
estedwtl prese nt their claims or be deharred from
coming in ou bald estate.
COLCIIBIA t'OCUTT, es.
. . ..n.l.rn, r,t ll.n
nhans' court ot said county Inter alu It Is thus
.V1UUIIK UK, lovuiun u.wivu... . w
in the matter or tho estate of John Hartman. lato
ot uranere township, aeceasea.
On motion of C. W Miller. Attorney for the heirs
and legatees and Charles n. Harkley, Attorney
letrai reiireheniauies, neiis uuu h-kui,-" i to wun.
eu enae uuiiii .n.viniim uiiliuhiiii uuunu, ,u uis
trlbuto tho fund in tho hands ot Charles A. Mojer,
shall assets and settle and adjukt tbe said estate
DTlllE nil ttr.
Certmed Irom the records mis join nay oi Decern
n... A Ill.ro Win Kuinmru. lllerlcll. !
The auditor In nursuanco of tho foreuolnir
nmmmei e. win aiienu eu inn uuueti lue're'oe. ae. u s
nmee in lllooiiiBburc-. on Fndar. Janu irv soth. 1-mi.
atl" a. in., when and where all parlli-s Interested
will prcK-ni tneir claims or no aeeurrea irom com-
1DK iu ou uiu esuiie.
jtin. i, seMi, ouiiiH A,i uAveee., .uoiior.
XbTATI Of PAKAII C SUUtTI, DECaASXP,
Letters ot Administration on the estato oiSarah ience, howewr ditaiitetable ihe (hsnges of ll
o. t-hultz. late ot Centre to nuhln. Columbia eo. n
ll, neceapea, uae ete'en uruneeu ny mo neicisier
Hum county to tne uiiuertine-a paminiEiraior.
neTbons having claims 8i:ulnet Inn estate, are re
Huette'd to preenl them for settlement atd
uiueLU'uiu uiuAi; t'eijiuiui niiuuue ueiu;,
JanS, ISM) iw cemrotW,
1-OTlCE TO STOCKHOLDERS.
An election of Fhe Directors of tho l,lccmi.buri-
llanklnc Company wtu tv held at their omce
I Tuesday. January 1Mb. lteel at o clock, n. m
Jan , VO-vw
ii. ii uivui ciuuicr,
David Iyowenberg, Atlmlnidrator ol (leorge
Uicw ick, uaceafcl, will toll real atale on Hie
premlfcs, In l)loctnburg, on January 17, at
one o'clock, p. in.
E&?8ec Advertisement in another column.
Now it Iho lime to sulctibe for lie COLUM.
niAN fcr 1880. llegin with tho New Ytnr. We
want one thotiraml now fubecriberf, nnd expec'
to get them within tho next few months. In
order to asint u, nnd to extend the circulation
of sound Democratic principles, we afk its a
rprcial favor of each subscriber in Columbia
tounty to show ihU paper to ono person who
Iocs not lake it. It will coat you nothing to do
), and may benefit us urea ily. An increased
circulation will enablo lis lo keep the price at
tho present low rnlo of $1 .60 a yesr, and alfo
lo add new and attractive features asour Income
will permit. During the pat few weeks, with
out any tflorton our part, wo have added thirty
new name tc our list, aad lost but two. Iynd
ui a helping hand and we shall htvo no difii-
cultr in making our circulation ns large that
of any paper in this section of Iho state, m it
now has the largest in the oounly,
Tbe regular monthly meeting of the
Christian Tenperauce Union will be held
next Tuesday arenlng, January C, 18S0, in
the Baptltt church. All are cordially in
vited. See a woman on horseback in nnother col"
limn, riding near Speer's Vineyards, with a
bunch of Grapes from which Speer's I'ortOrape
Wine is made, that is so highly t-iteemed by
tbe medical profession for the use ol invalid,
weakly pcrsjns and the aged.
Bold by Druggists,
June 27 1-y.
For tbe use of students nnd others our cov
ered newspaper pad aro tho best, Taey con
tain one hundred sheets of paper, making tuo
hundred pages. Prices, len and twenty cenU.
according to siio'. For fale at this office. If.
'Angel of Night' is what Dr. Bull' Couch
Syrup baa been termed by parents, whose wor
rying and coughing children havo been sooth"
ed and cured, and have secured sweet slumb?r
by using this excellent remedy. Price only 25
cents a bottlo.
Mr. H. W. Kahler, an employee of this or.
fice, left home on Christmas morning, a bach
elor. When he returned nt night he brought
Mrs. Kahler with him. The bride was Miss
Louisa Mull of Ilugbosville, and the ceremo
ny wis performed at tho residence of her nncle
William Vandine, by ltev. M. P. Croslhwaite
in that village. 1 lie couple were sorenaded by
Ihe IIugheville Cornet Band after the ceremo
ny. W wiih them a long life of prosperity
Happy homes and smiling faces are invari
ably the remit of wise parents constantly keep
ing 'Sellers' Cougli Syrup' on hand. Prico 2;
Dr. Schuyler delivered ids lecture on Digcs
tion in the Academy on Monday evening. Ow
ing to the weather the attendance wes not as
large as usual but those who were there were
benefited by i(. Tbe lectures which have been
delivered through the pa-t year at the Acade
my have been all good, and Ihe Orangeville
people, we hope, havo appreciated them ns
ihe meetings nt tho .uetlxilist church are
still in progress. Watch meelirg will be held
Miss Aggie Mellick who was obliged to leave
school on account of her eyes, still suffers
great deal from them.
Alvin Laufer has been obliged to go homo
on account of his health. He lias been ailing
(or some time, but was unwilling to leave hi
studies until it became absolutely necewary
D. W. Kingsbniy of Towu Hill, was in town
on Sunday. What can be the reason that tbe
gentlemen teachers from the surrounding conn
try are attracted lo Orangeville on Saturday
and Sundays. We wish some one would ex
Yours very truly.
If you have pimples, boils, salt rhei'iii,rougli
skjn, i4c., try 'Llndsey's Blood Searcher ' Hoi
by all druggists.
SHOW Titles TO YOUIt DOCT01U
Cleveland, November 1, 1S78,
Kditon ' H'lcAlrr am Erie,' Cfaeluwl, Ohio.
Oenti.kmin, Allow me, as nn old reid
of your valuable journal, herewith to eend you
a few lincB which pleae infert in yeur nex
i,jue. I will vouch for their truth, nnd know
that by iheir publication a great deal of good
will be accomplished. Havirgbeen a read
of your paper for many viats, I bopo you
kindly grant my request.
ror twelve yeats I bad suflered, from tun
to time, terribly with Ulieumatitm, to such nu
extent that 1 was unable to more about and Ion
the use of my limb. I tritd everything ree
ommerded lo elTVct a cure, connulteil some of
the moi-t prominent physicians, and exp-ndeil
large sums of trorer, bopin lo find relief, but
without ai"- -u ess. tilinciiiK over the ced
umna of t' e ' li'eicAler,' I reid about the Kt
Jacobs Oil and tho' many cures (hi remedy
had effected. Having been disappointed so
many times, I lost all faith in any remedy, the
St Jacob's Oil incltideel, until 1 (aw one day
.1.-. I. .. . 11 1 !,( .
Ot. " Klirei II "til MUUWII CIUIBII Willi
whom lam scnualntel. Other turtle fully
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uu, leu mi; lue thai It naet cilreil llirm ol Ullkr
, .ii-,-.., t . ,: n-i,i. i,,.i,.
for 1 "-
, me lo a uouriusion. a earn io mysen, ccnwci
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xer, fifty cenls won't break you ; so I went
'y eeht, ,Mr. Jbek, bought a bottle of
of I Oil, and mil d ni,w ce.nfi',8 lb it 'the result
I J " .. uoi ,v vivil lluuiP;
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- I iii,,iuros,, iihi
an - 1 plication, ami the pain censeil cnlirelv altera
few more aiplic,tion. l'taring a new attack
I remained in ted and continued lo utc the
remedy every Ihree hours. All pain having
left me, I atu-e from my bed and walked elow
stair without any trouble.
Since Hint lime I bare been able to follow
ray occupation slid feel no pains or Inconven
weather irav lie. Havint; thoiouehly t
the St, Jieih' O.I, 1 can ceiKtieutioufly
oiumend it lo all tfiiicted vtilh llli('Uuialiui
Fifly rents is a email expenso when Ihe serv
res for so trilling an ouilay are conridtred
I was one thousand miles awnv from all hums
habitation, I e-licu Id , nevertbeless, procure 111
remedy and keep it always in my house,
Cbr, JlftTHii ani Centre Sit; QadanJ, 0,
Dr. Oakley, of Detroit, fnys . "Sellers Liv
er Pill' are admirably calculated for biliousness
Km. Columbian t
Tbe entertainment last Wednesday in the
M. V.. Church was of an interesting character,
giving a great deal of pleasure to the four hun
dred or more who are regular members of the
Ssbbalh school. The last act of ihe entertain
ment wns the most touching lo tho np elites
of the youthful audience it being llie distri
bution of fruit anil candles done up in neat lit
Ono evening last week, four or five men who
had imbibed loj freely mot in Williams' hotel
and indulged in a lilllo light. Tho affair took
rather a serious turn, several of Ihe belligerents
having drawn knives, nnd ere tho lookers on
realized it, the drunken men wcro engaged in
a regular hashing, culling (igbl. A line scene
for a MipK)'cd r, sptctable hotel in nrespectab'o
law abiding tuwn I We are improving, What
wa wnnt n .n ,Mttt Jut ui lu anct ,l 11 t,u
come fatii'ius. Humor lias it that W. Hughes
of Untie ton is to lake charge of lb Is hotel in
Chrhtiim nine and went as other holidays
do ; theie were services in tbe dill'ertnt church
os making the day nbout the same ns an ordi
nary Suud.iy. Of cour'o tbe poultry yards bad
loKiiflVf ; the poor turkeys cin't see any fun
in these holidays.
Mr. W. Ho I is in town this week, nnd in
tendeds, it is said, lo p.iy a vi'il In Hen ton
once again, to relieve that town of one of its
charming daughter, Mis McIIenry. Itipte
sinned Unit he will lake his bride immediately
lo Uinghamlon the seat of his business. May
they have a large portion of happiness.
Tbe sud len depirlure late la't night of two
of our young men for Shiekshinny in n bugsy,
caused a littlo (hitler of excitement in the
morning as to ihe probable tauso of this mid
night drive. It was rumored to-day that they
a i been sen t on urgent buincs for the Jack
son A Woodin Co. 'Tia pissing strange' nuole
Miss lie-sie Thompson Ins returned from
school at Median ieburg lo spend ber vaca
tion at home. Her friends 'ire- pleased to sre
er. She expects her cousin Mles Wadsworth
(Town Hill to vi-il her this week. Tbe young
men ought to be happy.
Tho IVeatiy terian Sntnliy schnol !ic!d a cole
brattnn on ChrMmn evening at hilfait five,
tho cliurrli. There wa come potul Mfping
nder Prof. Xilei talernli , a ftw u-m:trl' by
Mitchell anl C. G, llarkltv Emj., hp1 then
the ship came in laiUr. ui.ii cooil things for
the ch 1IJ1 en A vst-l v i !i m v fever a ft t
a coiU'u iitil bjliiud a larc tlig. and ai llie
ropor moment tlie 11 ig was withdrawn and the
ship upptaied to the delight of llie Hltleonea. It
was constructed with much tale and lngemut)'
After the dinttibutlon of gifts the meeting vwis
ismied, and a hrne pntion of those in at
tendance wtnt di'tr.'v to ihe Open Hoihc
here 'he Me h t' s inu.iv Fchool gave nu
enlerlammeni. Iiere the hout wa-i crowded.
hcnitiat on otthe evening wa a Chn'slmai
.in afa n'ch vtm prepared under the direc-
ion of Mrs. Kdgett, 'Iho tnuic in it U attrac-
ive, ami the manner in which it wa rendered
howed tliat grcit care had been taken in il
prepiralion. 1 be p.irt wcro well commiltfd
and nicely oung Old Santa CKiim made his
pptarance to the great delight of the youth'
We canrot particularize furth' r than to pay lliat
the acting of Kitie Young, ami the hinging of
MithEnt were worthy of epecial mention.
Vfier Ihe cantata Ultra was a distribution of
gil'lH nmonpit the Sumhy fchool children.
Tlie children oflhe Kpiceopnl Sunday school
lad their treat on Saturday evening. A plea'
ant service cin.-'i-ling hrgelv of ChrUlma'
carol)), was luldat the church nt fdx o'clock,
afier which the school went to Evans' ball
where good thingi had been prepared for them
by ihe teacher.
A electable storeroom, corner room in
what U known as ltrower building, in the
Town of llloriiiburg. Columbia C unity, l'.t.
Nearly niiponite the- Kxehaiige Hotel, oppo
site the Vot OlTicn and firft elour above the
Court House, being one of the brst located
SUwellvooms in the Town. The room Uwell
tiltetl up with Ueiuntens snelvintr, Leas ux
ttires, &c. I'nwHsion April 1, 1880.
Inquire of J. .1. lirower, Illoomsbbrg, I n.
A lot of Chestnuts for salo by Silas Young
at Light Street.
December, ID. aw.
Kubbera at McKinney's.
LIIO nice tlirll'tv white
35, 40, .10, and 'filj lbs ;
Street by rfilat Young,
shotes that weigh
wanted at hi-tlit
Yotnli", Hfyst nid Children')' lints and
Cops lorn inter weernt 1). lxiwenbrrg'.
Wanted 2000 lbs of nice dried Huspber
riti, at 20 ci nt per pound. And 2000 lb
of nicetlrieil pitted cherries fur which I will
pay Iho vtry blithest market prico.
.Ailmisioii free at JIcKiiitiey'K.
4,0iW pouniNJof niee- ilried applet wante'd
ttfilan Veilings mire Liejht Street for which
will pay tlie highest market prices.
December, ly. i-m.
Iloota and Shoes cheap at JIcKinne';.
1500 lieef hides wanted by Silas Young
iuht Slreet for which 1 will pay the hiitb-
est cash market price.
December, l'J. 2 m.
"Wanted, 200 tons of good llock Oak
Hark at 5 per ton by Silas Young 1 ' l
Street. Sept. 19, 3m.
Hoot headquarters at McKinney's.
Want good live ralves that weigh 120 lbs
to 12.1, 130, 1-10, 150, 1C0 and upward "t
Light Street uy
Sept. 10 3-m.
Real Peal Skin Caps lust received, at
I will l ay 5 cents per pound cash for 200
good veal calves that weigh from 125, 130,
110. IdO. to 1G0. lbs. and upwards. You can
bring them on Monday Tuesday and Wed
nesday ol any weet.
November, 21. 2-m. Silas Young.
Call nt McKinney's for Shoes.
Hats! Hats. I Hats 1 1 1
CAPS, CAPS, CAPS.
Iettst style. Lowest Prices at the Popu
lar Clothing Store of 1). Lowenbetg.
Kubbcr Coals while and black, Plankets,
Legging, Gloves, Caps at llio lowest prices
at 1). Lowenberg's.
McKlnneys Shoe Store below Coult
Still alicad.the Nobby Over Coats, I'lslera
and suits at P, Lowenberg's.