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THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCEAT,BLOOMSBUEG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
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Rail Road Time Tablef
JICKA WANNA ft BLOOMSnUIWJ ItA
Mall Train T.S3 A.
Fast Train..... 13-00
Express Train .M 1'.
CATAWI8SA RAIL HOA
Accommodation Train e.ss A.
Regular Kiprcsa ., 4.0 1'.
TuronKh cars on Express train eltl
or rnllaaelDhU. Accommodation trtl
latawissa ana wiiiiamsporu ,
CiMDBA AND tltOOMSBURO. LcaTO Can1vo jj7
Wednesday ana maay at, "sburiron
Bloomsburg by 1 1:30 a. in. heart malir
same days after arrlralot 'huCd!Vin0
ULOOMSBORII AND LUBDBTItU.-I.?,o V m .
Tuesday. Thursday and Saturij um,'.
arriving at iHoomsourg by u SadeiDwa
burg on samo days alter arrlfi!,ril,,,1e'pma
mall The stago lino tcrmlnata" , c'
Benton and Moomsburg.-A dailjr.'ufth
ltenton In the mornli
bin; of the Bamo day,
Vniri mu. inn Bixomsbcro. ft.MS.
Tuesday, Thursday and Sake Teiiioomii'.
arriving at liloomsburg by iiiy Shla
burg on samo days after arri 1 m'ac,Pnl
mall. l'i v
BXNTON AND BtOOJISBCBO.-Txatf-VlSSffS
Wednesday and Krlday at ' "
eanesuay nu r riuai ""Jhsbu,. TuC
Itiuoiusourtr s v. iu. LA.-utr .;rfM,
aav. Tnursilay and daturdiar u"
ai H?uiuuai a p. iii.
David Lowcnberg, AdrJkor of 0corKe
Risew ick , deceased , w 111 Pel e,lMo on llle
premises, In Bloomsburg,lJ'nusrJr 17 at
one o'clock, p. m. I?
JSee Advertisement1" column.
We haro commencod the publication of the
Philadelphia markets, and will contlnno the
"time hereafter, carefully corrected weekly up
lo tho latest date before going to press.
Wo had a call the other day from Hot. D
J. Wallor, Jr., Principal of the Stat Nor
mal School at nioomsburg. Mr, W. is a young
msn of raro ability, fine education, good ad.
drew, and well slocked with tho proper quality
of "snap" to run lost Institution, or anything
like it. Levcitbwg CSronUU.
A check Is generally designed for Immediate
payment and not for general circulation. It Is
the duly of the holder lo present It for pay
ment as soon an lie reasonably may. If he does
not he keeps it at his own risk.
For the past two or three years there have
been many printers outof employment. Scarce
ly a day pnsed without an application from
one or more tramps for work. Now all our
homo jours have work here or el'ewhero and
ttnmps have ceased lu npply. During the hoi-
Jays the editor of the Catawissa Item was in
search of extra help and had groat difficulty
in gelling it. this Is a healthy sign and shows
that business in the printing offices is increas-
ng as well as In other trades.
David Leche, Esq., has taktnhis departure
from liloomsburg, where ho has resided for
some lime, and is well and favorably known.
and removed to Lancaster where he intends to
practice law. His excellent character nnd good
business qualifications will undoubtedly secure
for him the confidence nnd respect of the
citizens In his new lnmo. We hope he may
meet with success in his profession,
Simmons' Minstrels haa'house'
License pelitions and" I for 8sle "hi'
Hon. R. S. Simingtor:,anvllle WM ln
town on Tuesday on bull
Tho person who borroir"lh'9Form',from
this office will please rei'j
The Ball of Iho Kesctok hM" Com
pany wat well attendej!e31t ult'
Mr. L.P. Osmun lavle(1 dr"8 itore in
R. M. Tubbs, of 8'icksblnny Echo wsb
married recently, fj
Edward B. Clarlfo'0 tlie Position of
weigh master at Ne j ' furnace.
Hon. Robert KoV plea"- accept thanks
for a bound copy aK'"1KC8 aad Documents
for 1878-9. f
Judge C. E. RieeJt"nc. hn' been com,
missioned l'residei'dgo and held his first
session of court oni?ay-
The Normal S1 opened on Monday
morning with v?tterir.R prospects. A
large number of b(" hfi already arrived.
The Auditors fgsged in examining the
accounts of the'i'7 ! wek' The state
ment will be pubjl in February.
Shcrifl Ent warn into office on Saturday,
He has appointing Brockway as his So
licitor, and A. J in, clerk.
We neel ecteaf'nt'n at the proper time,
the enterlainmrf the Calliepian Society at
the Normal So The hall was well filled
and tho perforjewas good in every respect.
We are undfligalions lo G. A. Clark and
B. F. Hartniar? handsome and convenient
office calendar! 1880, presented by them re
Never b'ehCihc times, The large number
of orders for" work has compelled us to in
creawour fo AH work nuatly, chcaplyaud
E J Thornton, an old resident of this nlacc.
;lied on Sunday evening at the residence of
James Barton, after an illess of several weeks
He was about 75 years of age. Mr 'Ihornton
was a good cilizen. and was lareelv connected
re. He was the last member of his immedi
ate family. He was of a genial disposition and
enjoyed universal respect. No family survives
him, having never been married. The funeral
was held on Wednesday afternoon at two
o'clock, and the remains were followed to
Hosement Cemetery by a large number of
Jonathan lliel. of Catawissa, lost four
children byalheria in four days; one dying
on the 18th,'ther on the 20th, and two on
the 2Ut of Imber. A terrible visitation,
Moyer 11 have obtained on excellent
portrait of t father, Iho late John R. Moyer
It is an oil (ting taken from a photographi
and is perftn every respect. They presented
it lo their rier on Christmas. The frame is
one of the lost we have ever seen.
On the cpage will be found "Our Puwle
Corner," Slucled by an experienced hand
We liope't new feature will prove attractive
to our real, and have no doubt that both old
and younf ill find much amusement in it
Answers I be given weekly
As ouriwlerville correspondent did not
sign his ne lo his communication, it found
a restingtce in our waste basket, We shall
be glad tiear from him if he will give us his
naineancnit all unpleasant personalities in
In aner column appears the advertist'.
ment of firpless & Laycock. The are one of
our mostterprising manufacturing firms, and
deserve t liberal patronage which they are
receivingRead their adverli-iement and
you wantiything in their line you cannot do
Thearmentin the Cameron Will contest
was hear at Lewisburg by Judge Elwell on
tho 23d n Hon. A. II, Dill and Judge J, S
BUck C in behalf of the contestants, and
Hons. Wne McVeagh and Joshua W. Corn-
ley in suprt of the will. The decision was
reservedjitll January 28th,
In a lei r published In a recent number of
the (tm, ("Granger" pays a defcrved compli.
ment lo tl Carrisge factory of M. C. Sloan &
Bro., of tl town, Every one who vi'its their
estublishnnt pronounces their work to be the
Do notforgct that the Columbian office is
beltrr pr ami to do job work than any other
office in e county, and at prices as low as the
lowest, v 1 kinds of work from elegant visiting
cards aniMedding invitations up to the Urges
poster excuted on short notice.
A newfioard of Directors of the Bloom I'oor
District (fill b elected next month. The old
board hi managed the poor house with entire
fatisfactln. Why not re-elect William Krea
mer nn Robert S. Ent for Bloom and Scott?
We havl heard no one elso named, and know
of no Lftttr meu.
Ther has been 45 deaths from diphtheria in
and around Catawissa since the 2d day of last
June, Tbreo families have each lost four
children and quite a number have lost two and
three, A number have been buried in the same
grave. Messrs. Albert Yetler and C. C. Sharp'
less are keeping a record of the deaths which
we shall publish in some futuro issue. Ilan,
At a meeting of Catawissa Lodge, 349, F
A.W., helilTuesday night, Dec. 23J, the fol
flowing officera wero elected to serve the ensu
log yean W. M., John R. I'otlj S. W , John
IH- uarkley; j. w., Clinton Ellis; Treas., S. D,
-ttiuard; Sec'y.,J. 1!. Knltlle.
The I'lttston Gcuttlt reporta that the lax pay
erx nf thn lni. Dn.l f ...
morn 10 lonu a new poor district which shall
Harlude the borough of New Columbus and th
I townships of Fairmounl. Union. Rosa and S&.
t,Jtm in Luieroe, and Benton and Fishingcreek
BWDinipa u Columbia.
W. Neal k Sons' fumaco was put In blast
Miss Imrle's former pupils In drawing and
painting, will be gratified to learn that she Is
gain on duty In the Normal School.
The annual report of John Snyder was in
typo tor this issue, but was crowded out by
other important matter. It wilt appear next
The art of fermenting the Oporto Grape intc
wine in this country hss been btoueht to a
eater degree of perfection by Mr. Alfred
Speer, of Passaic, Now Jeroy, than by any
other person) and his wine is very popular as
ladies wine, as well as for tho communion
(able and fur invalids. For sale by C. A
Kleim, liloomsburg, Pa,
The funeral of M W Nuss took place on
Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock, at Iho Bo
formed church. It was largely attended, The
Americnn Mechanics, of which lodge he wss n
member, were present as a body, Mr Nuss
was about 37 years ol age
The Bloom Ferry Company met nt J W Hen-
dersholt's on the first day of January, 1880,
and elected the following named officers for
the ensuing year. President, Reuben Hhuman;
Secretary, William Krlckbanm ; Treasurer'
Joseph W Hendcrshott. A dividend of twenty
perccnton the par value af the slock was declared.
January 3rd, 1880, Court met pursuant to
adjournment. His Honor, William Elwell,
'resident Judge, and his associates I K Krick-
hjum and F LShuraan on the bench.
The argument list was taken up.
Solomon Helwig vs M Hamlin. On motion
judgment for plaintiff for want of sufficient afll
davit of defense.
On petition sole of real eatalo ordered in
estato of Gotlieb Gunther, deceased. Bond
Report of Auditor fded in matter of Susanna
Hunt ts William Lamon.
On petition, permission granted to mortgage
the homestead of Joseph I Conner, decease,
On petition, citation awarded in estate of
J acob Shuman, deceased ,
First National Bank of Bloomsbnrg for the
use of Henry Doak vs Reuben Miller. Judg'
Alias order of sale granted in the estate of
John Rcishline, deceased. Bond approved-
Report of George M Dallas, Auditor in tho
matter of the Danville, Hnzleton A Wilkes
Barre R R Company in equity. Confirmed
The following rules were granted by the
G II Fowler's uso vs W E Howe r. On pe(
tition nnd motion, rule to show cause why the
writ shall not be stayed and sale continued to
first day of next term.
Eliza Kline va Jonathan Klino Subpoena
in divorce On motion B P Fortner, Esqi
appointed Commissoiner to take testimony ez
John Eveland va Supervisors of Locust
township On motion the Court allow statutory
writ to issuo.
Dim id Morris assigned to Daniel Stino vs
Conyngham and Centralia Poor District On
affidavit and motion, rule is granted to show
cause why the scire facias in this case should
not be stricken from the records at costs of
Samuel Bogart assigned to William Bogart
Hiram R Albertson On petition rule is
granted, returnable at next term, on the first
Monday to show csusc why judgment shall not
ho opened or set aside, and Hiram K Albertson,
garnishee, let into a defense In meantime writ
of fieri facias stayed lien to remain
Joseph A Henrie vs Orangeville Mutual
Saving Fund nnd Loan Association On peti
tion and motion rulo granted to show cause
why an attachment should not be issued against
Joseph A Henrie for payment of costs
A few weeks ago a party of not very small
ladies took a trip to the top of the Nob Moun
tnin and thence continued their weary walk lo
a place known as "Hayman'a rocks," a distance
of ono or two miles. At this place they
dwovcred a dead animal hanging on a small
rm. Approaching as near fur its inspection
i wniuan's courago would allow, after due con
snltuion, they concluded that it was a wild cat
II it had moved iU claws, opened its mouth, or
rolled its eyes, tho vociferous shrieks might
have been heard in Orangey ille.
On Christmas Col, H. R. Kline and lady
were agreeably surprised by a home reunion o!
th-ir children, all of whom were present excep
Mrs. Mary E. Moyer, of Clinton county. Du
ring the temporary absence of the parents, a
sumptuous banquet was spread, headed by u
monstrous turkey. Dinner oyer, all repaired
In the parlor where a number of gilts were in
trrchangod, among which was a beautiful Bible
with the inscription, "Our Christmas Greeting
to Father and Mother." Thus ended a happy
and pleasant family reunion."
Oriental Lodge, A. Y. M., of this place, had
an oyler supper a few evenings ago, It Is
a lid lhat the tanner and the undertaker ate th
most oysters, What is the significance of thi:
The Anniversary at tbo .ion church was a
complete success. The church was beautifully
decorated and the two large Christmas trees
were richly laden wilh gifts for the children,
The exercises consisted of singing, recitations
and addresses. On this occasiou ihe pastort
Rev. A. HouU, was presented with a fine mem
or'ul album, accompanied by a neal and well
delivered address by one of the lady members
The Sunday school has made fine progress. Du
ring the last six years it has more than doubled
FHOU ANOTHER COltlllXl'OMlkiNT.
After the excitement of Christmas and New
Year, we have settled down into a very quiet
village, One of tho interesting events of New
Yesrs was the mcrrlage ol Mr. D. P. Unger
and Miss Hatlie Appleman,
Ernest Sloan and Perry Welsh returned to
EaBton on Wednesday. The term opened on
Thursday. Mrs. I.iziie Bowman and family
also returned to Easlon, They had a very
pleasant visit h ere.
The term at the Academy closes in three
weeks. Anew student, Mr. Lance, of Heller
ville, arrived on Monday,
Mr. Frank Ricketts,of the North Mountain
was in town this week,
Dr, MeGargell has a six weeks old Jersey
calf which lie valuta at $25,
Mrs. Bartholomew, of Kingston, has been
visiting her sister, Mrs. Welsh.
Rev, Mr. Dickson and wife, of Berwick,
passed through Oiangevllle on their way to
Benton on Dec. 31st, to attend Ihe marriage of
Mist Haiti McIItnry, of lhatplp
It should be (he aim of every owner of
Horses, Cows, lo mako them as handsome and
useful as possible. Tho German Horse and
Cow Powder helps to develop all Ihe powers
of the animal. It improves its beauty and
ncreascs its usefulness. It makes milk, muscle
and fit. By luing it a horc will do more work
and a cow give more milk and be in better con
dition wilh less teed. Sold only by weight at
15 cents a pound by C. A, Kleim, Bloomsburg
Dec 12, '79-ly
RltAWN PAKTRinuE. On December 23d,
1879, by tho Rev. Chas. E. Fessenden, William
H. Rhnwn, Esq ,to Miss Nettie M. Partridge,
both of Catawissa.
The weddiiur of Mr. Rliawn nnd Mi's Part
ridge was a very quiet one, only a few near
friends of Ihe briiie and groom being present.
It took place hi Hie residence ol .Mr. vt.u.
Yetler with whom Ihe bride "had her home,
After the ceremony a sumptuous repast was
partaken of by ihoso present, when the bride
aim groom lelt on the noon train lor riiuauer
pliia, where they will remain until slier Uirlst
' 1 .1 ' '11 1 Tl- 11 XT
mas w en inev win nroceeu iu trumiuurv i
T 1 .1 'II c. t. ,i....:l
ii.. wiifre luev will nuiuuiii lur icn uata nnu
friends. After remaining awav for a couple of
weeks they will return and very soon go lo
keeping house. Item.
We extend our congratulations to Mr. and
Mrs. Rhawn, and wish them a long and happy
DEAD BY HIS OWN HAND.
A MY&TERIOU3 SUICIDE.
Last Sunday morning about half past ten
o'clock, as G. P. Fry mire was on his
way to church, he was attracted by the cries
of a little son of M. W. Nun on Last street
and on inquiring whal waB the matter, the boy
replied that his "papa was lying on tho floor,
and his face was all red." Mr. brymirecn
tered tho house, and on reaching the kitchen
was met by an anpallinz spectacle. On the
floor, lying flat on his back, was M. W.Nuss
his face covered with blood, and his right hand
irrasnine a small pistol. M. C. Woodward was
Immediately called in, and ahasly examination
showed that life was extinct.
Mrs. Nuss and her eldest daughter were at
church, and a messenger was sent foi them.
heart rending scene took place on Iheir arrival,
Dr. Gardner was called in, and found that the
ball had passed through the roof of the mouth
Subsequently, on probing, he fouud lhat the
ball had gone through the brain and was stopped
at the back of the head by the skull. Death
must have been instantaneous. The forefinger
and thumb of the left hand were blackened with
powder, showing lhat the deceased must have
held his mouth open with one hand and fired
the pistol wilh the olher, wilh the muzzle be
tween the thumb and forefinger. The position of
the body was such as to indicate that he sat
down on the floor in the kitchen and shot him
self in lhat position, immediately falling over
on his back, and the bands falling in a natural
position across tho breast. There was but one
pool of blood, and that on the floor at the left
side of the head. Esquire Brower was notlfiedi
and a Coroner's jury empanelled, as follows:
Geo. E. Elwell, foreman, William Hart, N. U.
Funk,G.;P. Frymire.M. C. Woodward and il
ard Gtddis. After being sworn, tho jury viewed
the body, which had not been moved from the
position in which it was found, and llien ad
journed until two o'clock Monday afternoon,
to meet at Esq, Brower a office.
Mr. Nus was Deputy I'rolhonolary of ihis
county attlie time of Ins death. He was edu
cated at Ihe Normal School, having been tl
member of the first class ever graduated at the
institution. He taught in the public schools
here for several years, and on the election of B.
F. Zarr as Prothonotary, he served two terms
as Deputy, and was continued in that position
by William Krickbaum, In thu performance
of his duties, he was careful and reliable, and
was always courteous and obliging to those hav
ing business in Ihe office. As Secretary of the
Agricultural Society, he had also given general
He was a member of the Reformed church,
and an active worker in Ihe Sunday school,
Sunday morning was the first time he had not
attended for some years. He did not get up
with the rent of the family, as he said he was
not feeling well, and would not go out.
Soon after their departure, for Sun
day school he arose and put on his pants,
came down stairs in his hare feet, and a few mo
ments before ten o'clock, ushered himself into
eternity. A lady living near saya lhat at about
that time she heard a crack like the discharge
of a pistol, but paid no attention to it.
On Saturday he was in h's office attending
to his duties as usual, and spoke to a person
present of some work he had to do on Monday.
In the evening he appeared to be in his usual
good hutnor.No possiblecause can be aliened, for
ihe rash act, and the whole afftir is a mysteri'
ous one. There can be no doubt that he inten
tionally put an end to his life by his own hand.
and from Ihe circumstances so far as known at
present, there can be just as little doubt lhat be
was not in his right mind when he did it His
family, the sufferers by this horrible tragedy,
have Ihe warmot sympathy of the entire com
Pursuant to adjournment, the Coioner's in,
quest met at the office of J, J, Brower, Esq,
on Monday at two o'clock p. m. G. 1'. Frymire
was the first witness. He testified lo the find
ing of the body, as stated above, M, C,
Woodward also testified as lo the position of
Dr. B. F, Gardner was sworn, and said that
he was called in a little befoio half past ten
He thought that Nuss had been dead not more
than five or len minutes wbeu he got there. He
examined tho wound and found that the ball
pasted through iho roof of the mouth into the
brain and lodged in Ihe back of the head
against the skull, The wound was undoubtedly
made by Ihe pistol in bis hand.
ll.F.Zarr was affirmed and said that Ihe
deceased was a man of very peculiar tempera'
ment, He had never noticed auything about
mm thai looked as though ho was insane, but
thought there was a balance wheel lacking, He
was very easily'depresscd, and could not bear
up under trouble, When there was a anything
weighing on his mind he would complain of
tals head, There Is insanity In the family,
One uncle cut his throat, another uncle and
cousin are In the asylum now, and a sister was
outof her right mind for some time. The wit"
ness knew nothing in particular about Ihe finsn
cisl condition of the deceased, except that he
was somewhat embtrrassed by small debts.
William Krickbaum wss sworn, and said he
iad noticed peculiar conduct on the part of
Mr. Nuss, but never saw anything that made
him suspect there was something wrong with
him. He was considerably embarrassed by
mall debts. So far ss witness knew his family
relations were of n pleasant character.
The Inquest then went (o (he house of Mr.
Nuss, where Mrs. 11. F. Zarr was affirmed. She
heard a report like a pistol, and Immediately
afterward a crash like the ratlllngof a stove.
This was a little before ten o'clock.
Mrs. J, Fetterman was sworn nnd testified
that shewent lo Mr, Nuss' secretary Ibis (Mon
day) morning, and found noplslol, but found
four cartridges. (Iho cartridges were pro
duced and corresponded to that in the pistol
with which the act was committed.) She also
testified as lo Insanity in his family,
Mrs. Nuss was sworn nnd related what oc
curred during his last hours. They went to bed
about nino o'clock on Saturday night, as
lie said he was sleepy. He went first
and she followed soon after. She supposed
le slept well, but when she woke up
n Iho-mornlna she found him crying. He
did not gst up, and loll ihcm lo tell Mr, Krebs
that possibly he would not be nt church, When
she loft the house she thought he was sound
asleep. One lime last winter he acted strangely
but would not tell her what was the matter. Af
terwards he told her that he had had a rope in
the houte to hang himself with, but lhat was all
over now, and she need not fear ho would ever
attempt such n thing. He often had melan
clioly spells and would go off by himself and
have n cry, and then he would feel better. On
Monday morning of last week he said to her
there was nothing in this world worth liv-
in? for, but sho laughed at him, and bo
cheered up, nnd the rest of Ihe week seemed
lively and happy. She identified the pistol as
his property, which he always kept in his sec
retary. He always kept the desk locked and
carried; the key on a ring with others. (The
key was found in nis pocket after dealh.)
The inquest rendered the following verdict;
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Colum.
niA Countt, ss:
An inquisition, indented and taken nt the
Town of Bloomsburg, in the County of Colum
bia, Ihe fifth day of January, in tho year of
our Lord one thousand eight hundred and
eighty, before me J. J. Brower, a Justice of the
Peace of the county aforesaid, Acting Coroner,
upon the view of the body of Martin W. Nuss
then and there lying dead, upon the oaths of
Gco.E. Elwell, G. P. Frymire, N. U.Funk,
M. C. Woodward, William Hart and Willard
Geddis, good and lawful men of the county
aforesaid, who being sworn to inquire, on the
purl of the Commonwealth, when, where, how,
and after whit manner, the said Martin W:
Nuss came lo his death, do say upon their
oaths, that the said Martin W. Nuss came to
his death on the 4 th day of January, A. D
1880, about 10 o'clock a m,,at his dwelling
house in tho Town of Bloomsburg by a pistol
shot wound intentionally inflicted by his own
hands, while laboring under a fit of temporary
mental aberration. And so the jurors afore
said, upon ;their oaths aforesaid, say that the
aforesaid Martin W. Nuss from the cause
aforesaid in manner nnd form aforesaid came
to his death and not otherwise-
In witness whereof, as well the aforesaid
Justice of the Peace. Actine Coroner, as Ihe
jurors aforesuid have to tins inquisition put
uieir nanus nnu seais on ine uay anu year anu
ai ine piaco nrst auove mentioned.
' J. J. Brower, J. P.,
Geo. E. Elwell, M. C. Woodward,
Willard E. Geddis, G. 1'. Frymire,
William Hart, N. U. Funk.
A desirable store room, corner room In
what is known as Brower building, in the
'I -r 111 I r,-l i
xunu wi iiiuuifisuurg, uoiurnuia j juniy, 1 a,
Nearly opposite the Exchange lintel, nnnn-
site the Post Office and first door above the
Court House, being one of the best located
Storerooms In the Town. The room Is well
fitted up with Counters. Shelving, Gas fix
tures, See. Possession April 1, 1880.
Inqulro (if J. J. Hrower, liloomsburg, Pn.
A lot nf Chestnuts for ealn bv Silas Yoiinp
nt Light Street.
December, 19, 3w.
200 nice thrifty white shotes that weich
35, 10, M, and CO lbs ; wanted nt Light
Street by Silas Young.
Youths. Dovs and Children' Hnts nnd
Caps forwlnter wear at D. Lowenberg's.
Hear In mind I. W. llnrtmnn's r!alie urn
(be cheapest and best.
Wanted 2000 lbs of nice dried nsiiber.
ries, at 25 cents per pound. And 2000 lbs
of nice dried pitted cherries for which I n ill
pay ttie very highest market price.
Admission free at JIcKinney's.
Bear In mind I.
OHWIAN'S COURT SALE
REAL ESTATE !
try Vitnaofan order i.tuie Orphans' CourtofCo
Imntili roiintv, Iho uniiri-t neil Administrator of
tiroign It cttli'k. Iito (f Mm mslin., to'umbU
countr. ilceeavcd vniivno'o lo pin lto sa'o'on tlie
premises In L ooiiisbtug, Col., Co., on
b'atuiiltiy, .Iiiiiunry 17, 18S0,
atone o'cloik, p. m ,
All tint rert dn tot ot f. rouut situate 'nth'! Town
ot !','fHnnjiirjr, Co'iimbla county I'.i. bounded and
rio' I'ird n. fo !oas1o wl' i on the noii-i V'r-tt
s riTlcts.iid'luMii.niniie We-ibv Whitman's nicy,
on tlio miiiiii bv I'lii- p A Irs nnd on ti.e eastbyan
a 'cy. be'njiH" tlx feel luv " hand two hundred
and fouinen fi ll nx Incut sj in iiepili. Whereon arc
elected a Two Mory
.with ce'lar kitchen,
W. Uartman sells rem-
4,000 pounds'of nice dried apples wanted
at Silas Youngs store Light Street for which
i win pay the highest market prices.
uecemuer, in. z-m.
Boots and Shoes cheap at McKinney'c.
Bear in mind I. W. Hartman's New
Grocery has all fresh goods.
500 Beef hides wanted by Silas Youne
Lleht Street for which I will nav the li idl
est cash market price.
December, l'J. 2-m.
Boot headquarters at McKlnney's.
Ileal Seal Skin Caps iust received at
Bear in mind I. W.
ware is the newest style.
I will pay 0 cents per pound cash for 200
good veal calves that weigh from 125, 130,
nu. id", to iuu, lus. ana upwards, lou can
bring them on Monday Tuesday and Wed
nesday ol any week.
November, 21. 2-m. Silas Young.
Bear in mind I. W. Hartman sells Goods
cheap, cheaper, cheapest.
Call at McKinney's for Shoes.
Hats 1 HaTsTl Hats 1 1 1
CAPS, CAPS, CAPS.
Litest styles. Lowest Prices at the Popu
lar Clothing Store of D. Lowenberg.
Itubber Coats white and black. Blankets
Leggings, Gloves, Caps nt Iho lowest prices
at v. ivOwetiDerg a.
Bear in mind I. W. Hartman's Comblna
tion Store is one of the institutions of the
Town and County.
McKinneys Shoe Storo below Court
Still nhead.the Nobby Over Coats, Ulsters
and suits at l). Lowenberg s.
A UDITOR'S NOTICE
See a woman on horseback in another col
umn, riding near Speer'a Vineyards, with
bunch of Grapes from which Speer's Port Grape
Wine is made, that is so highly esteemed by
the medical profession for the use of invalids
weakly persons and Ihe aged.
Sold by Druggists.
June 27 1-y.
Saturday, January 3d, Sheriff Hoffman sold
the following propojties ut Ihe Court House in
Property oi Jonathan Myers in Roaring-
creek township to John C Myers for
Property of George Hupp in Locust town
ship to Jacob Stine for $100.
Property of Francis Flemming in Main
township to Franklin Shuman for $50.
Eds. Columbian :
No sleighing now, last Saturday finirhed the
sport litre for the present. Even then thu tea it 8
that were out hugged the fences or sidewalks
as closely as they could.
The pheasant, rabbit and quail no longer
sport with the gunner, who wisely has oiled Ids
folding-piece and hid it on the thelf. The
sportsmen, he it said to their ciedit, have been
merciful with the few quail that survived the
severity of last winter. A movement seems to
be on foot to procure a hundred of these birds
from Ihe South this Winter, lo bo left out on
tho different farms iu spring. The result,
no doubt, would be gratifying next full.
Kev. Riddle, pastor of the M. E. Church
here in former years, once again entertained
as in the familiar rapid ttyle la-t Sun
lay, He plead for the poor heathen in the
morning and for the poor sinner In Ihe eve
Mr. C. H. Zehnder has "played it alone"
long enough; he is 1 etichered" at last. Some
day next week he will "pass" bachelordoin,
bow to Hymen's command and "take It up "
"Hearts is trump" beyond question, and the
'deuce" becomes an "ace." All joy to him and
his bride (to be) Miss Rosa Hicks. May Iho
"trump" always remain the same through the
long and stormy "game" uf life.
The schools and banks were closed on New
Year's day. With this exception, the day dif
fered not from the preceding or succeeding
ones. In Iho evening a leap year party en
joyed Ihis novelty at F, R. Jackson's. The
young men were waited upon by the ladies and
escorted lo Ihe scene of ihe party. In fact
the tables were turned, the ladies for once play.
ing the role of gentleman escort, All seemed
to have enjoyed themselves highly.
Sherman Co. Marshall. Mich., want an
agent in this county at once, at a salary of $100
per month anil expenses paid, for lull panic
ulars address as above. Nov, 21-ly.
the matter ot tho estate of Thomas lleece.
ln tho Court ot Common l'leasof Columbia coun
And now December 9th ism. on motion or Samuel
Knorr, court appoint T. J. Vandersllce, auditor to
aiMriouic iuuus m.iuo nanus or ine Assignee.
11V THE COUHT.
The Auditor In pursuanco of ttie roreirolue ap
pointment, will utlend lo tho uulles thereof ut his
otllco In liloomsburg on Saturday the nth, day of
January 1S, at 9 o clock a. m , when and where nil
parlies Interested will present their clalmsor bu
debarred from comUig In on said funds.
That the public may bo protected against Imitations and Fraud wo specially caution all pur
chasers of BEKSOlt'S OAPCIME I0H0US PLASTERS
to see that Ihe word CAI'LINE on each plaster Is fcllid correctly. Do not allow some olher
pla-lcr to bo palmed off under similar sounding names, wi'h the assurance lhat 11 is Ihe same
thing or as good. Bear In mind that the only object such vendor can bavo Is the foci that they
can buy Imitation nt half tbo price of tho genuine, Slid they hope by this substitution to gam
n small additional profit. , , .
SEAllL'UV k JOHNSON, Pharmaceutical chemists, New Wk. d Jan2-4w
The Old Established Drug Store.
A Laree Livery Stable. Carriage Honses
and shed, coal House, 1" j I'ei nnd othfr outbuild
Invs with a CTod 'i cf water nt tho blabloanda
Cit'.crn nt Iho liev ngUo'isc.
TEliMS or SHE. ion per cent, of the one
fourth of I lie pi' c u.-a monev to be paid nt ttie
sink down of tne J pi i , the one folrtliless
Hip len pii'i' nt.nl tho . n,i mat ion ol fc.it find the
rnm inn.' imec ms in onojear llicieatler wilh
uteres' f otu contlrin tt ion nisi.
icd to bo paid for bj Iho purchaser.
HL C. SLOAN & BRO.
Carriages, Buggies, Phaetons, Sleighs;
rLATFOKSI WAGONS, 40.
First-class worklatwaj s on'.hand.
RKPAIItlNQ NEATLY DONE.
Prices reduced to suit the times.
Corner Main .nnd Market Streets
The undersigned htvlng been In Iho WIIOI.lWAI.i: Dlt t'd buslnesa for Ihe past eleven years would
their largo and varied stock.
M QQQ&mt& of
Paints, Oils, Glass, Putty, Patent Medicines,
A FARM FOR SALE.
The undersigned offers to sell on moderate terms
at private bale, a tamable KAHM sltuato In Jlount
l'leabant ton nshlp, Columbia county, ntxiut two and
a half miles west of Uloomaburff, the county teat of
said Loturatla county.
hatd Farm contains
124 &cres of Land
with the necessary Improvements thereon erected
nnd Is In a good stato ot Cultivation. There Is on
A Neveii Failino Stream op Waikb
with the rlsrhtfora .1111.1. or olher imrpoornand UAIIt MtUHIlES,
a fair supply ot timber adjacent. It Is a ccslrable
MM ail Bes toeM
Cannot be snrnsisscd sinywlierc.
IN IT MAY BE FOUND A LARGE STOCK OF
CO LOON W,
property, and will be sold at a barffaln to the pur- ami in fact GVCry tiling that SllOUM 1)0 Kept Ilia complete ailli WCll
regulated JDrur otore.
8r-For terms and pi rttculnrs addrcrs by mallor
liloonsburg, Columbia County, I'enna.
O. E. SAVAGE,
A UUITOK'S NOTICE.
In re estite of Samuel Albertson, deceased.
In ttie Orphan;' Court ot Columbia county.
ow December 9, 1819 on motion of K. II. Uttl
Esq., Thomas t. Vundersllee, is appointed auditor to
state an account ror E. E. onls, administrator de
bonis non ot Samuel Albeitson, deceased, said Orris,
having failed to flip an account ln obedience to the
citation and bis nnidaMt to fit ay proceedings on bald
citation, and said onls having left the Jurisdiction
of this Court his residence being unknown.
liV THE (. ODRT.
Notice Is hereby elven that the undersigned will
attend to the duties or his appointment at hlsofllce
ln liloomsburg on Friday .January tho 16th, isso, at
9 o'cloik a. in., v. lien and where all parties Interest
ed may attend If they see proper.
T. J. VANDE11SLICE,
dec l9-iw Auditor.
A UDITOIVS NOTICE.
ESTATE OF 8ABAII KEITHI.tNK,DECKA?ED,
Notice Whereby given Uat the undersigned ap
pointed by tho Orphans' Court of Columbia countv
fo make distribution ot the money In the bauds or
the Administrator to and among the parties enti
tled thereto.wllt attend to the duties of Ms appoint
ment at the ortlce ol C, 11. Jackson, Esq., lu Iterttlck,
on Saturday, .January the IT, lyu, at ne o'clwk
ln the allernoon, at which time aud place all jut ties
Interested must appear and present their claims or
be debarred from a share of said fund.
JMliU COUNTY 8. R.
Among the Kecords and proceedings ot the Court
of Common Pleas of said County, lLttrallaltls
In re first and partial account of Casper Iih.iun.
assignee In trust for the benetlt of creditors of John
u. a, iM.'puiuuer lerm is.v.
And now December 1. 179. on motion of C. U.
Urockway, N. V. l'unk appointed auditor to ascer
tain the Indebtedness of said asslgnor.dtrlbute the
balance lu the hands of the asMgnee, and determine
the order of distribution of the balance to b paid.
iiv Tills corii r.
Certified from the records thU Vttt day ot Decem
ber A. D.ls79.
The Auditor ln pursuance ot tho forcirotnir ap
pointment, will attend tn thu duties thwreof at his
ortlce ln liloomsburg on Saturday January U th. Is)
at ten o'tloek lu tho forenoon, when and where
all parlies Interested will prewnt their claims or be
debarred from coming in on said funds.
ltuoNE Dodson At the home of the
bride. Town Hill, Luterne cgunty,on Tuesday
morning, December 30th. by the Hey. John
HornlDic, Hon. D. L. Khone, Judge o( the Or
pilaris' Court of Luzerne count, and Mln
Rosamond I., Dodson, only daughter of the
lale O. o. Dodoi), I.hj.
Coopeb KosTENiiAulitR At the residence
of tbo bride's lather, by Iter J Guldin, Mr Geo
M Cooper to MUabarah Kostenbauuer,all of
Fink Yeaqer On January 1st, 1880, at
tho reaidenco of the bride a father, by Kev O
It Dechant, Mr John Fink to MUa Flora A
Yeacer, both of ltoaringcreek,
IUvuss Aui In tbo Reformed Church
December Ulh, 1870, by Itev WKKreba.Mr
Samuel D Harden, of Alma, Colorado lo .Miss
Matilda Aul,of llloonwburg.
Dreisdach Iltrrz OnJ January 1st, 1830,
at Ihe resideuce of tho bride's parents, by Ihe
same, Mr David A Drelsbach toMIaa Bertha
Beta, both of BloomtbuiK.
Ill'mntpd In ?lin IVK-rnmnn hnlMlnrr flrsTrlnlr
aboie the Exbaniro Hotel.
All Ktnda ot Watches, Clocks and Jewelry neat
may 17, 'IS-lt
They arc the sole Mauufuctures of the Celebrated
OIL OF GLADNESS.
. ,i x j. i ci ii
iiso tno luanuiticiururs anu suiu c rruiinuiuia
Dll. W. M. BICKLEY'S Celebrated and
Compound Aromatic Wine of Gentian and
Iron. Improved Cream Camphor, Worm Kil
ling Agent, Improved Rose Pectoral.
Ewry Farmer hhoiild know how tokrrp thorn. An
rntin lyinwfind ronnitOBj i-tcin Just rtcviWd. fit ud
Itwtal forf n-oClrculiiM to tlm Jim ant ti Mi uattos
Colu.uk. 103 ti. TcuUi bu.l'liiljukli JiU.
TMTICD l)i;i nuiy 1m round m tile nt fit-a
111 lO 1 ill Vj. V l..millurtN.-w.iiiHr
Atrn'riiMiiK nurt'iiii tn pm-1 mni'n " ni-n iuhit
tbUiL-oiitrtict! tuuy ljcmmleiurlt IN NllW VOltK.
ffb. 14, TT-lf r
The, Beset Rmeclies Made.
Highly Recommended by Physicians.
Dauchy & Co's. Advt's.
AGENTS READ THIS !
n wntit on A cent ln Ihis Countv to whom wo will
,iv a. wiUrv of tliMi pr month iiml rxpt-nses to sell
our wonttTlul Invent lnu, .saMPI.U VUV.K Artttu-ss I
at OUCe sll HUMAN & CO., 51 AKsJlALL, MlutllilAN,
reu. 'i-ivr a
rSTM E Or CADWALLIDEH BOBEKTS.
fOt I MliU COl'MV S S
Aitioiiir th" lieeortw ntni promiiiries ot the ()r-
riMUt iuun oi faJiu luuuiy imtruna u n mus ton
And now- IVc, 1. 1T. on motion of C r. Unxkwax
J, M, ("ark. appointed mrllior toilMrtbme.ttir
Hssetstn the liamN of th1 A.1inln'si,itor. atuttc
tit termluf Mie order In which In lure nn tnents ine
to Wnude f'"i the inonedsonhu f.uV ol hjd real
i.ue iu vreuiiura aim ueirs.
Certified from tho llecorda thli inn. d.i of lie
t i Tk O (.
The A urtttor I n tmrnuanco of t he rorpiroiu .i mini n I
merit. will attend lo Hie (tmWs thereof l lilt utile in
liioomsuur'. on .viiurd.1 titniurv '.th m ie
o'clock In Ihe furepoon when ad wlit-re a I nnie
Interested will present their ilulm-i or be diumed
iroui i'guiiu iu on bam luuus.
IN lilt UiTTEK OPTUK DISTRIBUTION O. TUB ESTATE OF
JACOB hVASS, PKKAht.0.
The underslirm d auditor nnnohited hv tlmronn
to settle and .idltlsl said esl.Ue nnd nvtrf:iln Hih
amou til sand lf-jaelendne tlie ereilaurtand legatees
of s.UU decedent, wilt hold an autllf fur ihe pun0'- of
hl-4 appointment at hi olth e lu llti.uiitvinir. on d
uid ty lite Kllhd ) of .(ami ir) A. 1 un, hi l n't lot k
p. in, worn ntni wmrw mi pa men lhiercfrifU aie
recpjesitu io prcteui incir claims or to loreur do
dec 86-4 w Auditor.
COUMB1A C'OI STV SS,
Amoni?tbo ltecord of th flrnhnns' rnnrl. nt irn.
tuiuum vuuiilj, 1UUT uuu ins uiua I'UIllUllied :
inuit) loaucr oi mo Cbtaiu el I.tM frtusr, He
And now December , 1ST9, on motion ot S. Knorr,
1110 LOUrt UDDClnt Hobirt ltlll Llni'lmln. Aiidllnr In
uiMuuuiu iuo iuuu4 in iuu nanus ui mo aaminuiira.
llr mi CofiiT.
Cerlined rrom tuo llecorda tils 10th itny ot De
rirtr II n
TUe Auditor In the nlrno caso will melt the pur
iuiiii oku ui uiuuiui-u oi u. ii. imrkiey, iq
trtday Hie Slh, Uoyot .lunuary A U Is', at hl
llmo Iho lieire and paittis luterentMl must present
t belr claim or claims against the above estate, or be
.,v,v wtiu iiuui ivvri, mi; luti sauir.
ISIiTK OrHAHiU ClSUCLTZ, DECE1SKI).
Leltfrsot Aamlnlslratlonon tlie estate ot Sarah
i.. ruum, mie 01 venire lonnsiup, l oiumblil Co. le
ty, deceased, bae been granted by the IteKlstcr t
b&ld county to ihe underslL'nid adniini&t rhtnr. SI
persons lin In ir claims aealnrt tue estate are ru.
iiuesled to present them lor stttkinent and ttoso
luMvwtvu iu iuake pu;ujrut miuouv ueiay,
GOUD PLAN. ComUnlns
Feb 2-4 w
Kttia'iiia cf IJ. I Vtit
ii )) l v All I .11 4
LUVKIM'K i CO , .V 11-
nf EF.trtcuilt1, HU
V nt -litt.K'il JH i I
For a case of euro 1 1. COLD, or
An 111. MA lliai AIUMMO,i
will not cure ! sold by all UruirirliU 1
and Dealers at asc, aim ire, umpie
bottl's. inc. if'Mothat the namo cf F. W. KINS
MAN Is blown In tne uli1 of the hot lie. Trade sup- I
lieu u y ueu nuuuit j. v v.j,t itusiuu, .muss,
ON 30 DAYS TRIAL
Wt wild our Electro Voltaic ltelts and other
Klectrlo Appltauct'S upon trial for M da) a totho.se
burrerlnir from Ncnous Of bllltv, Klieumatlsm. 1'ar
aijslsoraii) dSeaseaof Iho LUtr or KUliu'js, end
miny other diseases. A bure cure yiMranieed or no
pay. Anuress iuu.mc iiburuj,, aiarbuun, .ncn.
IT 1 "Unci MooL Ooirund Hook only Il-Uiouv.
1 A N NiHiOANS is Mops, a het Keuls. V Knee
New sp ipri Free.
qihtutton, N. J,
stool, Hook, only fjr-liollday
Address DANIEL F. HE ATT Y.
a uec iy-4w
Out of town
peoplo who can
travel, may have bam-
pies Bont them of Dry
Goods nnd all other goods
that wo sell, if they will write
Mo charge, nnd no need to
order if not Bulted. We make It n
si ness to attend to such letters quickly;
and when orders como wo bend the exact
rttclo wanted nnd at exactly eamo price
as other customers pay when hero buying in
person. when goods nro not as ordered, wo
tako them back. Having trained and responsible
clerks, who nro ablo to use discretion in filling orders,
we nro enabled to gtvo great satisfaction to tho many
customers who leave tho choico to . "With n, reputation of
twenty years at retailing, wo cannot afford to lose our good
name by lack of proper service to absent customers. Vrlto
plainly, and describe fully what Is wanted, nnd about tho
Largest'.Dry Goods House,
i.i loLer :i, it.
Ol nnrt returns In SiidaisonwIOOInvestei:
Ol (CO" iliial reports an,l inrormatlon FHEK.
Like nrunis week vo i sioek oniionn nr uin.w
Addre'-HT. l'UTTtll 'I(111TC0., lliNkKKS, S3 Wull
St.. .N. V. a dec. U,-tw
lj i n nnn l alien I rep nr no cent.
-s-i wvrw,i ronrrurfi iu,
a Aini7rn"C tio.nno win . e um tunny ner
XJ X A W, t.ul fvlod,. 11 I.J11HI
LAMP i uienitu caieij
AliKS'ls i Mai use ntiv Litnn fir Itnrnpr Pr...
WANTICU. ! enls drlprlinr and liH.iiini;. vPDijiir
i salilpleH wllll sue nleoll ir nnd iteplll
ui uuriauii. r. -vwiun s ,tniv l.intpiu
' J nesi !!-n.mwill. M- l utK.
factory aud omoe, l;lni.ii. union, ,N. . U ilee U'-ll
sfjBEJB otij wm mm
lOUK ! S3,0.U SOU) I I
Of his "W Pd MHentures" and r'utnnh'." rerli
ten In the fctMphh sn iu (i( Hon .1 '1 Heiidley U tho
Oi.l auuieii'ii andiopjnhttdtih 'petition Ihe
pn fes eomineud It I'uriliHt-ers puiKe It A cents
are deD.'iii-il a- it m.Us ea.i i and to Henbodv,
and eMru terms, address. 1H 1IUA1II) M;o , ruus
riuuuciini.i, I'a, u deo IV iw
AGENTS WANTED rcR A TOUR
ROUND IHE WORLD
BY GENERAL GRANT, o.
Tblt Is Hie Ijmisi M-lllutr book eier published am!
the onl) e wipl, le and uutlu nl e liisiory w (, rant's
'Ira vim. send lor clieulaisiouinlnluwu lull ileseilp
tlunor Ihe uoikui.il our extra teinis lo H'enls.
Ad.iresn Nallouuirubllshlnirio., I'Uiladelphlj, l'a.
die 19-lw a '
CalaWue ntLL. V.b.Ma:
New I ttr.p organ lid
New is nop uriian
only it s. m uaisLrial
Tho Sun wt!, deal utththo eientsot thn vpnrlKsn
lnltiowi r '1, ion. now ttreltv well im.it'rstiKMi t,i-
eiervbudj I, ,ia .l.miiary 1 until liecunber sill
will bo eond"i te i us u newspaper, written In Iho
r.uxuMi yujusf, iu.ii i riiiieu lur ines;opie,
A a newspaper the sun believes In grltlnc nil tie)
cewsor thu nrld irompily. and preentltv it in um
uioit lnieiiviblo shape Die sliapo thai will enable
lis renders to keep well abreast vt iho aj;o with iho
least urproduiiliockpvndlturoor lime, ihe ureal
est liilen'M !! ilia meal, st number tliat Is, the, law
controlling lis il.tM. make up. It now has u lirculs.
lion er iii.n n lir:erii!au mat or any other Amerl.
can nei -.i a per, and eiijus an Income which It Is at
all limes pi, paled tu tpelel llberll Mr llle l'liint
ot Its readeis. lvoph'oi all loniliil ,ns ot llleaud
all as i r 1 1. uikUm hut and i ad the bun; and they
all derie siii Ktaciiuii o I some sou Irotn Its columns,
for iho lo ep on uuu aud leadliih' 11.
In Its eoiniiieiiu on men iiml affairs. The sun lis
lleeslti.o ineon- uldeof policy shoultl tecum.
Inon seiiS". l .piifj hi genuine slnerlcau pitiiilplcs
Dt.tl.Vfc.'" 11 nie-i. ol purpose. Tor this reason
-V. w luiiiiuue lo be, absolutely Independent
otiuit. ) il i"e oiirantalloii, or luleresl It
Is tor all. but ol none, u w!l continue to praise
what i p'od Hud leprobaio what lse)p laslui; care
that lis 1 1 1 tflluKc Is lo Hie point aoil platu beyond
ItiepOfsli,1, l of belni; lillsunderst id ItlHllulll.
Hue rulo, iiiotlits iltar do not npHar onthusur
lace; n li is i uo lulons io sf it, sate tho,o whUh may
ts' Into o. ant piiuoukcr tti.h ittu ivnts. It hates
li'Jusi , i,d ritsealitt iten more ini u hat, s un.
Iiicefc'.ti . tt, uis li al'tuiis iraoits pllltstLtls.au.
dploie-eh lompoois nl ei T.t sieiles Hull ion.
IIiium itiu.iikiiiut un jiari-su to chastise ihe 111 t
clas, iui in t i ae s, euud mil illstounitnaiice the
iniiti in i,oi, t-M msn wiiu potest eonilcllon.,
w nil Hi r siiimd or mistaken, ale lu Its irlt idi. Aial
Ihesu. makes uo bout sot tthlni; the triulitolis
iiivuus ttutui-tcr uieasiou uuses lor plum speak-
'the are tb prlnch les upon which tho Minwltl
beiicduiiedthiiiek llio Jeer lucilue
1hetar IS'O wi I bo ono In which no pair nllc
Atuellcan can alTold to close his eit n, nni.,i,
talis. It is lliilio.slUe to nafeiiaio tna llnpoi lance
ot thopouiliali'MiiUwhli-Uii ha-, lu nolo or Iho
ucvvseit oi ll-suiuio tluuuiu OU UIU ylill OI t'Mry
citizen who desires to prcservo thodoternment thut
Iho rounders Kale us I he debates and acta ot Con
cress, Ihe ul eranctsof the press, tho exciting-contests
ot the Itepubltcan and Hcmocrallc partlist.now
nearly equal In strength throughout lh country.
tno lartiui; urnior pitunc seutunent. w in all bear
dlteeily and effcctltely upon tho twenty-tourth
ITesltlentlal election, to bo tield In NovctntMT. Vour
jeara airo next Noteuitier Ihe will of the nation, M
t"Ali, rjucn ,l li.v, i,a, m lunuiWU Vy HQ UOOul.-
iittblo consplrar) , thu promoters and benenctarlea of
which still h Id the illlces they stole. Wlil tie
crliiiu ot lsc Ut retieated lu lsso 7 1'he past dectAe
of years ots'ned with u corrupt, extruiairant, ana
Insolent Administration In renched at Washington.
'Ihe suu iltd somethlni; toward dMudirlntf the ganv
aiitl breallni: It- potter. 'Iho samo men are now
Intriguing tu restore their leader aud themselves to
plan s Iroui which they wire driven by the Indigna
tion of the people. Will they siucced r rheeoia
lnjr ) ear will brlntr Iho answers tu these inomenloui
uuesilons. ihe sun will lw on hand to chronicle
the tacts as thei are detrloped, and to eihlbtt them
dearly utid fearlessly in their relations to tipeuiencr
Thus Willi a habit of
lookligat the minor ahalra of
leal i:ood humor la
life, and In great
llnnis a steadfast purpose o maintain the rlghuct
Iheiicpe uno the irlnlplts of tho fonstlluilon
ugalntt all gc ret sets, i be sun la prei and to wrlto
a tiuililui, Insiruciite, and at ihe tame lime enur
lalulLg hlstoi) ol is-o.
our rati s c-f nibtcrlpllon remain unchanged.
lOtlllllllS llio pi
the I'ully suu. a lour-pago fhett of twentyUht
nice oj man, pi si paid, la sjientsa
in. 'i in. or it, so a juir i or, incmdit ir Iho Sunday pu
un eigtii ke Unci ol Itlij.slii coluiuni.Ihe
Julil" '"lkU ,non'1' cr "''u J''ttr' I'081
ihe Sunday edition of Tho sun Is alto fuithhed
Ml null I) at (' v a Mar, icsiage tald.
ilu piitetl the Wuki sup, tliht lecei.riij.
n un un t. is i' a jiar itmteiuid. VircmUct
ten tt tun 1 1 m we win ulu an cnuu tipv me.
l'ubllthir ot Tin tts,.Niw -ink ctly.