Newspaper Page Text
mT17 flAT TTATTDT A TVT A AT T TYT?1TV"TD A rn T)T AATHOTTTTn riAT TTH1T)T A nATTATrriXT 1
IttiOOIRBURGa rBIDAT, JAMJART 7, IP81
iNr i M rw T"K iftHSl'H M T tf 1TV -
, Jnly IS,
9 1 H I S 4 6 t F.
I I it I? I? 14 It 10 tl I Is 14 l ll
, )!) if HIS It SO HI ti !S
M iS 0 II 4 W SI M W I 8 ! SO
'-V'l l.oS 'i j l.o ..5.5;
IS 14 If Id It IS IB . 15 IMJ S 19 SO
!ll II 84 K 80 SI S3 S3 84 W M SI
jj g . 8S J 31 Jl I
Mnr. 1 2 8 4 t HOP. . . . I l,
(i j e to ii is 4 i ' f 0 ,0
IS 14 16 IS U I' 19 It S .8 .4 . It .?
M 81 83 i U IS 86 IS III SO Jl S8 S3 84
St 84 39 3 31 S5 86 3' 3 SV SO
Apr" ,4 lui! 0ft- t'i'i ' J
10 It 13 IS U IMC III II U H 14 M
IT ISIS 0 81 83 83 Kit IS IS 80 31 11
SI 8' 80 8T 89 89 SO S3 34 35 80 St W 8
, , , .1 30 31' I
May. I 8 8 4 6 6 7 Nut. ..' '
5 9 10 II U 13 14 t 8 .' 1113
ISIMt M.TOtl 18 14 M It 18 19
33 83 34 85 B 81 33 31 38 83 31 35 i6
WS0 3I 31 88 89 30 ,. ..
jnf 1 8 8 4 Drr 18 8
6 t 9 10 II 4 6 6 t 8 910
18 18 14 16 16 It IS 11 18 18 14 15 16 It;
19 '0 1 83 33 84 85 13 19 30 31 33 83 34
S(l 81 88 W 80 , 83 0 tjl 89 8o31
CltnONICLKS OP THE PAST TWO WEEKS.
1881 comes up smiling.
Ice dealers nro happy over a solid north.
The Two Orphans nt the Opera House on
TIi'ib la the week of prayer set apart by the
Dr. McReynolds has purchased the property
adjoining the Presbyterian parsonage.
The not proccods of tho Winona concert
Oeorgo Eliot, (Mrs. Crow) the celebrated
English authoress is dead.
Tho scarcity of butter has run its price up to
25 and 30 cents per pound here.
The French heeled nhoe is a verv crest im-
pediment to ladles in roller skating.
W. II. House, dentist, ha? gone lo his homo
in York State to spend n week or ten days.
Beautiful things to gaze upon the bright
and cheerful countenances of our liverymen.
Chicago has 110 saloons to one church. This
sounds bad for the morality of the "Queen
Somebody has discovered that a man doc"
not stare long at a woman, unless she stares
David Qro'S, son of Peter Grns, of lhi
(town has removed from Berwick to Lock Ha-
Thero aro eleven churches in this place, nin
lof which have service regularly every Sab-
The time has again como around when it he-
hooves every good -jitizen to turn over a new
Marshal O. Kinner, jr., has taken out letior.
fof administration on 1.1 father a estate, in
The rumor that Joseph May was cick with
sjhe small pox proves to be fal-e. Mr. May is
Ground looking as well and hearty as ever.
i Geo. Brown, of tho Central ba recently pur-
pchaed a now safe. This looks as though
(George was doing a good business.
T The iurv whed lias been filled wi'h Ihe
mmes of 500 citizens lo serye as jurors for the
Sh-nandoah furnif-hes more etudenls lo ihe
formal School than any other town in the dis-
Snow storm on the 29th ult. In many place
the fill was heavy. Vennor hit it pretty near-
jy this time.
i Our representatives Vandersllce and Kuitlle,
nd Senator McIIenry were present at the open
jng session of the legislature on Tuesday.
The thermometer cot down lo zero on the
2Hh, and on tho following morning Iim' fallen
1 to eleven below.
The county auditors are engaged this week
En exam! nine the county statement. It will be
jnubiished next month'
A large amount of business was disposed of
at the argument court which was in session
on Tuesday and Wednesday-
It is the opinion of tho youne ladies that
ith o Winona boys were "immense" at the hop
jiven by the Bloom Orchestra.
The contractors of Ihe N. & W. B. R R. are
going to board on the other side of the river,
along the line.
The unusually low prices of admission will
guaran tee an immense audience at the Opera
House on Saturday evening.
Tho exceplions to the Master's Report in tho
mmance cae of Shutt vs. Wynkoop was ar
gue.l by the rcpective counsel on Thursday.
Wheat and buckwheat flour will be taken on
subscription at this office. Honey will not be
taken herenfier at any price, so please do not
send it in
S. friend who has just read a handkerchief
flirtation code advlees all mendesiring to avoid
bioach of promise suits to wipe their mouths
with their coat tails.
The parties having tbo military project in
chsrre report "every thing lovely." rto trou
bleat til was experienced in securing the nec
essary number of able-bodied men.
If you want to epjoy a sleigh ride and have
i'no horse of your own, go. lo Buckalew Bros,,
and hire one of their fine turnouts. They can
Lliit vnn ever tlmn.
' j Tom and Jerry proved themselves ihe cham
iplon wrejtl.rs on the lit. Home insist that
itiie slippery pavements had something lo do
i 'ot aBl Wof,tnsbunr upon which is a
i sooa brick house, irsme tarn.will of water and
Wioat 'hill 'dines, for ssleir rfnt arrlv tn
jn. 7, 3u Wm. Kmcjijupw,
- ,- - , -.
(Ned Williams has returned to town from
Union county, where be was engaged in open.
ng up new ore mines. He expects to stay
'Win Ihe weal, In some places, the snow it so
Ldp thai young lovers, instead of going to the
ate, have lo rllmb to the lop of the chimney
kiss tare other goou-bye.
FA correspondent at Benton Informs its that
.inermo meter was 18 depicts below zero at
place on Thursday morning, December
fThe meetings at llm ilsntlst rhnrrli nlitrh
(been in progress for the pad two weeks,
continue. There have been unite a mini
ire appears to be an unusual interest mani
In the Agrlcultuial Society Ibis year.
I are now t(Vi n.m., il. -11 Tl,.
f - ,,, .
t membership for any one year before
harlne Ling, an aged and respected worn
4 this place, died on Frldav hat of con.
P amotion. She had been Buffering for years
Wthls dire disease which at last boa caused
'SaP1' dissolution. She It uvea a large num-MSf-iff.
r-'lllu's. nnd friends to grieve bar do-
Peace to her ashet.
A liorse belonging to IliicValow I!roi. cut its.
leg near the hoof on Tucddty eventnp, tt Ru
pert. Tlio Hood flowed very freely for t time
mil fears tere entertained that the animal
might bleed to death, but It m finally stopped
and the home la doing well.
The Two Orphan la considered by every
b"dy lo be tho grandest of modern dramallo
Jnn. At. Ilt1i ta In Inwn ntr.nnlnn tint!!
for Iho production of the Two Orphana at the
Opera llouso on Saturday evening. Our peo
ple can look for a goo performance.
The Iloscuo Hose and Ladder CVs ball was
well patronized on New Yoara Eve. It waa a
very pltnant, social parly, and the best of or
der and decorum provailed. All present report
an excellent time.
Hon. J. 1', W!:kersham, Superintendent ol
Public Instruction, will please accept our
thanks for n copy of tho Annual Report of the
Superintendent of Soldiers' Orphans' of Penn
sylvania for 1880.
In Chicago lidies ore being used by land
lords to warn out tenants and collect bills.
This novel Idea, It is said, is proving a grand
auccrs, and It Is probablo that in a short time
it will be general, y adopted,
Jay Rial, proprietor of the Two Orphans
Combination that appears hero Saturday eve- a
ning is also proprietor of the Majestic Uncle I
Tom Company now playing to packed and do-1
lighted audiences at the Academy of Music,
Tho charge of assault and battery preferred
against "Uiz" Beers and a "paddy on the rail
road," by Dr. David Deihler was withdrawn
recently by Ihe prosecutor, a settlement of some
kind having been effected-
Cyrus B. McIIenry, of Stillwater,has receiv
d tho nppolnlment of Mercantile Appraier
for this year. The appointment is a good one
as Mr. Mcllenrv is thoroughly competent to
perform tho duties of tho appointment.
The ball of the Friendship boys km a grand
success in every respect. This old and tried
organization well deserves the generou patron1
age of tho community whose properly It has
assiduously protected- for years, and it never
fails loget it.
Tho Normal School npend this week with
better prospects than It bnsbad for along period.
Under the efficient msnsge'nent of Prof. Wal
ler this school is rapidly gaining in popular
iiy and bids fair to eslabhi-h a reputation seC'
ond to none in tho B'ate.
Robert R. Litth', K-q. entered upon his sec
nd term as District Attorney on Monday
in mado n faithfii nnd efficient officer.
riiouah the emiibim-iits of tho office are very
mcngre ho has never in any way failed to do
lis whole duty.
Fon Sale on Rest. Snyder's tannery, lo
csled in Blooinsburg, is for sale or rent. Pos
session given April 1st, 1881. For price and
torms apply to C. W. Neal or F P. Billmeyer,
Bloomshurg, Pa. jan "if
We are plotstd to learn that Mr. Reuben
Roucli of Rupert, who has boen suffering se
verely, for months with malarial attacks, is
convalescent. He is now alio lo be up and
around Iho house, but dare not venture outside
Several young ''bio ldt" of Birwick, who
wero unable to get off from their arduous la
bors during tb holidays, were in town this
week doing tlio "pfctiy." Come agiin boys I
Tlio Now York Hu mpty Dnmpiy Troup,
which showed here December 30ih was a splen1
did combination. The inclemency of the
weather prevented a large audience. Should
they visit thi place again they will be greeted
by a rousing house.
Don't fail to get your reserved seat at Mc-
Kinney's immediately to see the Two Orphans
on Saturday evening.
A very oleaaant re-union of family coit'
neciions and friendi, was held in Orange
ville, at tho residence of Mrs. John Snyder.
in commemoration of tho 70th birthday of
Mrs. Snyder, on the 1st of January. Alt the
children wero present but two. The old
lady was in good health and appeared to
enjoy the anniversary o'en more than the
younger folks. Threo score years and ten
have dealt tenderly with her, nnd it is our
wish that tho remainder ot her time may
exunewe ... many .UDU u..lw JJ
1 I I. t 1 ! I
FINAL NOTICE. I
We still have a lliousind dollars In subscrip
tion lo the Columbian standing on our books,
which was due October 1st, 1879. Persons
still owing fur tho paper prior to that time are
hereby notified that unless they pay very soon
costs will be made We aro tirod of wasting
postage on bills to whicli nn attention is paid
but will try it once more and send a statement
to every one indebted lo the firm. Unless
there is an early response to the claims wo
will put them in the bands of a justice.
O. B. Brockway,
Geo. E. Elwell.
The following notice of thn doath of Susan
nab Biltenbender is taken from Ihe .ldirrtitfr
and Mercury, of Constantine, Mich. Her nu
nierom friends ami acquaintances inllrs county
with whom aha spent so much of her life, will
share with others in mourning her lossi
Susannah Biltenbender. wife of the late Hen
ry Hitlenbender, died at the residence nf her
on-in-law, Enos Pesler. on Friday, December
17,1880, aged 07 yisr", 5 months and 4 davs.
Susannah Bitttnbender whs born in Luzerne
cnnniv. Pa.. June Qih. 1818, and resided in
list rountv umu ner tnarriue wun nvwy un
- .it ! IT II.
lenbenuer In November, loJJ, when she re
mnvid to Columbia county and resided there
until the tnmily moved toMUhlgsn In iho year
luftj lshi wns mpinh.r of the Lutheran
chu cb in Pennsylvania, ami became one of the
orliest members of the I.'ilhtran church in
Constantino, Sheaa jiorson oi very tnla
l,lu ,lia,..,atltnn nuit milfl friends nfidl who bo
camo amualiiti'd wiih her, She will be missed
gy a jarge circle ui rtfiniives diiu ,heum-.
i : ....I .I..nIl.
Berwick paper pleise copy.
THE SMALL VOX fcUAltB.
A few weeks neo one of the employees on
the North and West Branch railroad wss it-
lacked with small pgr at Oalawissi, and as no
suitable place could be oblalnfd there to take
care of him, the ferry house at the liver whfch
was varan! at the lime, was rented and the pa
lient removed ihere, Two men woro hired to
attend him, and dining Ids illness they were
notallowel to have any communications with
the outside world. All supplies were carried
down and left where the nures could gat them.
Every precaution was used to provent iho
spread of the disease. Dr. Willils ofCstawis.
is attended the patient, After noma days he
diod and was buried in the Catholic burying
I 1 .. . .... T i n-J.l.
I Pruu"u u ' ,ue 1 l" -'"
then various wild rumors have bean afloat in
town and through the country lo the effect that
a large number (I persuns lave been seized
willi the disease, it lolngatone time reoited
that there were Iwenty.two cases In (own, In
order that we might make a relial le rewrt we
have taken the pains to iriiuire of Ihe phjsl
clans in town as to the number of case, and
the following Is the result. Thero is not a sin
gle caso of small pox in I'loomsburg, There
is one case said to be vai)Cluid, but even this
Is supposed by many lo be rnly rhlpken pox
and Ihe patient is nearly well. Mountains are
often nulla put of mole hills, and the alarm
about ihe i mail ppjt in Ulcouuburg is is atrlk
The ChrUtnm services oftlio Episcopal Sun' I
day chool on the evening of December 27lh
were largely n.tended, tho church being filled,
Thero was ti Chris tmiu tree, present for the
achnlnni, an indresa by the Hector, sinning of
I enrol, Ac It waan very plertsant occasion.
Talk about cold weather. Why, the recent
old snap waa comparatively warm to what It
waa Severn yearn ago, On tho morning of Jan-
nary 30th, 1873 the thermomcler flood nt 24
dere09 below tero, and at omo points In thla hng
iuuiiij nciib nn iun an ov ueurccii. Jl me)
sstno tiruo It got down to 35 below at Millon,
and 30 at Mauch Chunk. Think of thai.
t t i lit it -1 tit i . . t.i I
JU """i ui monniiiiurg, met. whii
n.lnlnl .--M.nl n VtnM,U. mmln fn.
,. ,...v o.
In pa.slng ihrongh the hall way In the
second story of thelrdwelllng houso, and while
at the head of tho stairs, she fell the full length
of the stairway and struck hor hea.l upon the
knob of the door, br aklng her no.e, fracturing
one cheek bone and cut her face In several
places. Medical aid was snmmoned ntonco.
Tho wounils were well dressed nnd she Is im
BucitltoaK, Dec, 23, 18S0.
Eds. Cot.u.MiiiAN t
On Thursdiy afternoon lait, Mr. Daniel Nel-
hart committed suicide by hanging hlm-elfto
bed poit. Mr. Ncihart had a stroke of pai
sy last summer from which ho hid never fully
The entertainment in the M. II. church was
quite a success. Receipts, $23.00.
ri r! n. !! .1.-L-ll.l
, ' "
T. W. Pursel nnd James A. Harris accom
panied Frank P.Tarns to Hamburg.
Mrs. N. P. Mooro has nlmojt rocoyercd
from a revere I til she had some time since,
which crushed in her cheek bone. I.
The SulUmn IlcrUw Ins been purchased by
Mess. Strong Ic Holmes, nnd will herciftcr be
conducted by them. No doubt ihey will make
it n success.
Adjourned court for argument mot on Tucs
day, January Ith, all ihe Judges on tho bench
B. 1. Cnrran was sworn as a citizen of the
Audi'or'n report on exceptions to account of
J. M Smith, aviznee of 1. John & Son, filed. I
Exceptions filed lo the report.
Specijl tax of three mills oidered for Sugar-
Inquisition in lunacy in c-se oi Jane McMi-
hie and petition for a committee, filo'l. Is
I aao Heicock appointed, with bjnd in 3500.
everai uonus io inniinoiiiers ior uamnges
presented for approval by Iho N. anil . B
R. it. Co.
Petition filed for citation to John Longenber-
Repirt of Auditor distributing fund in hands
ol assignee ot Lucas I' almnger, confirmed nis.
Cita'ion to Jesse Hutton, guardian of Kate
A. Hutton for counter sccuriiy allotted.
Peter i eager estate. Ordtr of court
specific performance filed,
Estate ol Benjimin McIIenry, diceastd.
Appeal from the probate of will filed, and cita
Locust Mountain C. nnd I Co. vs. J Monroe,
et. al. Petition nf D- Appletnn & Co. filed,
praying lo be allowed lo como in and defend
to said case.
Citation ordered in the (state of Mary Hei
cock, decessed, to John G. Hanley, adiuiuis-
tra'or to file an act ount.
E-taU of Mary Gnrrell. Exception to nuili-
lor s report. Cae nigiieu and submitted lo
WHAT CYCLOl'.KDIA .SHALL I 1IUY?
The following criticism Ly Dr. Canfitld, a
prominent and successful physician at Renovo,
is timely hailing for our ta'rons. He says:
I have made a careful examination nnd
omparison of ihe first 4 v t lnrm b of the Ency-
clnpn.'dia Brilannica ard of tho American Cy
olo;:elis. I did so to satisfy mystlf as to which
was the best work. 1 commenced the exami
nation with a bias or ; nji.dke rather in favor
of the Britannicn, but the result of my labor
was wholly nnd entirely in favor of the Amer
ican work. In the Britannicn Hall Imprint for
the evident purpose of cheapening the work,
by reducing the size cf ihe volumes, the man
gins of the leaves ate almost entirely pa-cd
away; so much so that it cuts into tho very
l.rtllT nt lit- f.,11 man .ml tlm . n ml .in I
reduces, of much value in such n work, are
"' l'"ft "'"1 " ."""b
half obliterated, or made practically useless by
being bound in so close to the back as to be un
readable. A grand objection to Ihe work for
the Amciican reader is that it is distinctly and
entirely un-amerunn. The claims of Amerie-i
arc in every instance slighted, in many ignor
ed, and in general, Rpoken of snoeringly. No
patriotic American ought to patronize the
work. I might spt cify hundreds ol invidious
comparisons but will enly si-y that I find very
many objections lo the Britannicn that I do not
find to the American work by tho Appleton.
Iiu D. Cakhglii, M. D ,
Nov. 18th, 1S80. Renovo, Pa.
Prof, fiullmetlo's Frerch Kidney Pad Is
formula, and is the genuine. For sale by all
' " -
Henry Rupert of Hazicton came home tn
James B Neal, who is attending medical
lectures at Philadelphia, spent the Holiday
vacation at home,
E. W. Elwell and family of Towonda visiled
relatives here during the holidays.
Miss Agnes Buckingham spent the Christ-
ms vacation with her mother. She Is leach
j M Bbeoandoab
Mils Wattle Edgar was at homo lo spend
Christmas and New Year's'
Miss Annie Neal spent the holiday vacation
at home, She la attending school nt Packer
I Tl l.i
VnoV hnyuor, of Plymouth, was in town on
Thomas Trench of Lightftreet has relumed
I from San Francisco.
A sleighing party from this place visited
rjenton one night last week.
Thomas Smith, formerlv of this town, now
of Th.rep fjvers, Michigan, spent the holidays
in Bloom among his numerous frieniU and rel-
N. U. Funk, Esq. is In Philadelphia this
L, E. Waller, Esq. has returned from Phil
The Missis Biower spent ihe Holidays in
Mr.snd Mrs. George McKelvy paid Ihtir
friends here a visit recently,
Mr, C C. Qalignan and wife returned homo
on llonilay from their holiday visit.
Miss Annie Sloan who has been visiting in
Trenton, New Jersey, for several weeks past,
returned home on Wednesday.
Speer'n Ho rebound llj e and Hook.
Made of old pearl rye, rock candy crystal,
and the Horehnund herb, a simple and ef
fective remedy for coughs, colds, hoarseness
and sore throats, highly recommended for
pnnstinjptivfB. This is no patent 'medicine
mixture, put it is mo pure f attract ot uyp,
llorehound and Ilock Candr.eouubired with
one other medicine much utd by cousuropt:
Ives, com by u. a, Kieim.
EoiTons Coi.umiiIan Stmt In tho l'rovl
dence of God I have been minted through nn
other year, urn! an the year f 1880 hat closed
upon us, I herewith transmit lo you tny tintiu.
al rciort for your miny rtn lero, and tome ol
tho many evon.s that Imve transpired tho p,(
year' Truly, this has htm an eventful year to
us, aa a nation and a people. We are at peace
with nil the world. Our flag U respected by all
Iho nationalities, of the earth, and wo ate the
wonderment of the world. Nations are copy-
our ltpublcl fotm 0r government (th
peoples' government.) Tha good Lord lias te-
warded tho husbandmnn for his toils,. in he-
stowing upon him a bountiful crop ot the
iiuiLn in iiiu HnrLiit rnniiirii nnti in nil nro ntir
no if hhors whn mav wnnli fnr w iloli nut l,.l.
o i--- i
... 7 . . ' .
oiigiii io rcsnonu wun uinnxsg vine and rra o
,0 ,),- Great I Am. for the mercies thai have
rrntvnpil tlm nnnt vmp. Tlio tirrttnorll-ir nf nnr
counlry (j Rraduny r,ing, T,0 tncluatrten of
01)r c011ntry nte i.lng higher scale and la.
bor h n demand and conse-iuontly wages will
Tholhermomoter for the month of Jnnuary
the lowest point 3s below zero, the highest 60
above. Thero woro but 7 days in January lie'
low freezing point, mild weather. Thermome
ter for February! the 2nd and fitli days 3 be
low zero, highest point CO0 above. March:
lowct point 10a above zero, highest point G21
above, generally pretty rough April! lowct
point 23 above zero, the highest point 78
above Upon tho whole this month wss more
like March wcJilhor with cold rains and col.l
winds unfavorable to vegetation. May was one
of extremo beat. Hierniomoter for M days
ranged from 80 to 00" in tho shade, nnd forG
nays irom UlT to U0" In tho shade,
and for 3
d tys from 93 to 100 in tlio shado. The low
est point was tiii" In the shade. It was n
month of extreme drought, no rainfall from the
29ili of April till the 20th of May. Never In
my life have I witnessed a drought bo early in
the season. It was n month of disasters ovir
sol nnu land, lire, shipwrecks ntul railroau
disasters and great loss of life. No less than
throe towns wero almost wiped out by fire,
Milton on the 14th of Miy, Coudersport on the
10th of May and Ebensburg on the 23rd ol
May, nil towns of Pennsylvania. There were
alio destructive fires in the forests of Pike and
Clearfield countics,and in New Jersey, destroy
ing vast quantities of valuable timber with
many houses and hamlets, were laid In ruins.
It is seldim, f How citizens, that we liavo to
chronicle so many disasters In to
l.ort a time
of one month.
Truly, tho Lord reignetb. II
does all things well. June: the lowest point
was 52 in the shade, ihe highest point was 90
in tho shade; no excessive heat. There wtre
showers lo keep vt gelation growing, also some
tonus of a serious nature, doing consliletnhle
ctamage. July: rained for 0 days from 90 to
93 in tho shade, nnd lor 17 d ivs ranged from
80 to9Cin the shade. The heat w. grail
al; the lowest point ns hi in the shade, the
highest point 93 in the shade. Aliens': ther-
luomettr ranged for 10 days from !Hr to US in
the shade, There was n slight frost on the
morning of the 10th; lowtst point 50 nnd
highest point 98 in (be shade; oi whole the
warmest monih nf the season. September:
ihe lowest point C0 and Ihe highest 9fi in lie
hade. Oetohtr: the lowest point was .10 and
ho highest point 70 in the shade. Novtniher:
the lowest point at ztro, the highest point na
70; the canal closed on the 22nd of Novem
ber. Tho latter put of this month was very
severe weather lor the season. December: tho
lowest point wns 13 below zero, the highest
point 62 above zero. It was a month of se
vere ncather. During the year 18S0, there
were cloudy days, 113; clear djys, some of
them paitially so, 188; rainy d-ys. imluding
nights, 43; snow; djys, inolnilii g night-, 20;
thunder shoners, the first one in February
April 8, May 1, June 12, July 21, August 0,
making -19 for 1880. Whole depth of snow
from January 1st, 18S0 to January 1st, 1881,
was J fettlll inches.
The morialily within the town limits of
Bloomsbiirg during the year 1880, commencing
January 1, 1SS0 and ending January 1st, 1831,
is s fellows: Two of 92 ytnrs; 7 between 70
and SO years; 0 betwt en CO and "0 years; 8 he
tween 50 and 00 years; fi between 40 nnd 50
years; (I between 20 nnd 30 years; 7 betwetn
10 nnd 20 years: from the cradle infant up lo
10 years, 14; making 59 for the year 1S80, an
increise of 18 oytr the year 1879. As the year
of 1880 has closed upon us and will go into
history, nnd as we are just enterii g the thresh
old of a new year, al my ndvancid nge. tho ac
tive scenes of lifo aro nearly closed, and it is
my desire lo leave somclhirg bthind me in tho
way of admonition to my fillow men, especial
ly lo the young Hint they may lake heed lo
liiotr vsnva ni.il i-Rrnns llio snnrmnf ihe evil
ways ai.tt tsenpo the
one. the Jilblo says a man s heart uevisetn
hiswav. but Ihe Lord directeth bis steps. I
have seen tho young nisn of an oteu and gen
eroushe.irt permit his standard of duty lo be
pulled down nn d Irnmplcd upon by those who
t ri lie with conscience and nicer at leliginn am!
laik of immortality as if it were only a harm
less nloisanlry. Iow, dear young man or
young lady, keep your conscience if you lose
everything ebe, keep your heart pure, and God
will keep you in the night cf temptation which
casts its shadows upon your path and under
tho cover of which millions wonder and fill, to
rise no more. Let it he seen nnd known that
you'eau face the frowns and sneers and seduc
tions uf temptations wiih a lcok that will u
' ' " t "'T'V , ' t WOrldhnf '
almma whnn ..L-oil In it whirs vnn rntinrit L-o
.. ...... v.. . h ....... j -
10 uo what you cannot no with a goou con
science and a pure heart, do not hesitate to
look tho tempter firmly in the face and say 1
love and fesr the Great God in Heaven and I
am not going to dishonor and disobey for tho
fear or favor of any one on earth: I love trulli
and purity nnd am not goingjto soil my con
science and poison my heart by touching things
ihat defile. I am not going give myself lo
indulgence, that will embitter the best powers
oflile, and that make dtalh 1 cds terrible. May
(iod by his spirit press home to your hearts
this admonition is the prnyer of your humble
servant nnd woll wisher in Christ,
Nothing so good for Headache nnd Dys
pepsia as JJr. Mettauft Jicaaache ami JJut-
pepua J ills. Price za cents. All
cell tnem. uec.
The English publisher of Scrlbner's
Monthly telegraphs for seventeen thousand
conies of the coining Midwinter (February)
number, an advance of six thousand upon
his orders for the same last year. Tho
Midwinter Sctibncr will be. as usual with
this issue, a uumber of especial Interest and
We have much plensuro in recommending
Thermalino to our readers, ns an absolute
euro for Malaria. Tho manufacturers!' namo
nlnuoisftguaiaittceofits merit, It sells at 2.1")
cents per box. For particulars see Advt,
iuly 30, '80-flin
The A. S. T. Co. Black Tip for children
should be called for by parents, not only upon
heavy shoos, in place of the metal a it
fvcars as woll but upon all shots, as it looks
neat and double their value.
Tho medicine) of Dunbar Dick ,t Co. aro
unexcelled for elegance, purity, mid relia.
blllty. Their Soldlitlno BcidliU Powders,
aro an pleosaut ns Lemonade. Their Bolt
CapsuIcH aro world famous. 8eo Advt,
July SO, '80-Om
IlE.NDKit In He iidirliwn on llm lOtli ult,
Miry Ajiuca IJeneltir, ngetl 2jeir, 1 month
An (Imlnons Year
Wo consider ourselves, part of nn ige that
if it la not altogether Ireed from Miperstl-
tlon, U fast shaking off tho shackWs, with-
out, m hoi e, any detriment to lnlty rellg
loua ueuoi nnu we look uacK with wonutr
end contempt at tlnse creature whose
minds were, of tho ordor that mado them
dupes of Cornelius Agrippa, of Nostrnda-
mus, of Uaglloslro, and tif the whole horde
of men who in tbo dark art. Yet in spite
ot our belongings and our contempt, nnd In-
cauo this Is tho year 1881, tho majority of
newspapers published in tho English Ian
uutiuu imttj icib limit turn imucis utiu n
intA iit. n,i a i. i hn.i n
- i..i.. -r m...i.. ot.i..
Bumu ul '" a'"V
ton's prophecy, and liavo given It to them
Indeed, so many various scraps of this
precious document liavo been printed at one
timo nnd another that if ouo should put
them together It would tnkoalmoU ns many
years as Mother yblpton lived in order to
read them ; nnd wo cannot help thinking
that ingenious penny-a-liners have supplied
verslclt'R to the good tlnmo to help her oat,
with a noble disregard of authenticity, nnd a
decreet knowledgo that four hundred years
and over nro likely to render anything of a
logenuary character more or less corrupt nu
n,ld Incorrect anyway.
11 a curious uocunieni, uus oiu iauy
prophecy. But slnco one of Ihe features
""lied to fulfill llsolfln the year 1820 bIio
haviug declared, It is slid, Unit London
streets should bo deluged in blood when tlio
dragon of liow Church and tho grasshopper
of the Royal Exchange should meet, which
event happened, without the expected ro
suit, at n time when both of theso vanes lny
together in a Btone-mason's yard 'awaiting
repairs since that time peoplo have not tx-
peeled so much of Mother Uhlpton as thy
" TOxai the world thoughts shall lly
In the twlaklo ot on eye ;
Water shall yet more wonders do,
Now strange, It shall bo true,"
runs one ol the quatrains in n copy that may
beas douotfiil as all the rest, prophesying
after the fact,
' Through tho hltls man shall rhlo.
And no hor-o nor as4 he at, Ms side;
Under waters men shall walu,
Shall ride, shall sleep, shall talk,"
runs another; and although sho skips the
telephone and the phonograph and the pho
tophone, she winds up with something hav
ing rather n special interest to our own
"Fire and water shall wonders do,
England shall admit a Jew,
And tho world lo an end all-ill como
In clghtien hundred an 1 eighty-one."
There is many a simple soul sitting by
country firesides theso winter nights, reared
in a grew-ouio faith which puts Heaven
chiefly in the attitudo of tlio angry and out
raged avenger, to whom thoso lines havo
had a vague terror of possibility. They
aro people who wero taught in childhood to
expect the end of the world, lo whom then
n peculiarly bright mooulijht spread the
earth with ghastly corpse-color that fort
boded nothing else, to whom an easterly
storm seemed something that not improba
bly might bnve unclose, and in whose quak
ing nightmaro dreams a day of judgment
was a prominent factor. They would per
haps be ashamed to tell you, but ever since
they heard of Mother Shipton's name they
have secretely felt that they should be a
little glad when 1SSI was over and dono
Nothing to them does the word of science
signify, no notion comes into their heads as
universe simply to destroy it b'foro bring
jng it to completion ; thev lire only blindly
0 mcerned in tbeir own fate in such a con-
tino-minir nnd tlipv nte untphinp. till-HOI-
.(ler 8jns ,,i3 year ns they never did before.
Woe betitle them if this winter a brighter
aurora wbittns tho north man usual, or
scuds up more crimson banuers nnd fiery
lances to the zenith 1 Woe betido them if a
cold spell come, where long stay of the mer
cury below zero suggests ths horrible ntga-
(ion uf death I Woe betido them if the spring
rains are copious enough to fill the brooks
and make freshets in the rivers with visions
of another deluge! Woo betide thcru if
August or November gives them such a slat-
shower as was known in 18331 From all
these things dreadful potenU arise, Mid
they will not really know tranquil security
ng'n till tue oiu ycarnas Deen rung out ana
I l"tS- rung In,
It is truo that some of these old prophe
cies are very remarkable, and, If tradition
may be trusted, have often been singu'arly
vermeil ana wiy not Mother anipton s r
It is true that nobody knows what might
batmen if some stray comet should come
along, with a force of its own equal to the
undoing of Ihe creative purposes, and send
our planet spinning, away from the sun. It
is true that, according to our present knowl
edge, it seems as if tho material world mvst
cumu io uu eiiu soiuu iiuiu mien inu nu u
ceases to givo light and heat why not this
year as well as that year? Wo can not pre
tend to answer tho conundrum, nut up can
at least give the good ndvice compri-ed in
the oyster saloon's t,igu Xnnquam non para
tut, And wo might evet feel warranted by
tbo gravity uf the situation by dt daring that
doubtful and ominous to put the m-efves on
l.i!t.. i.l .1.-. .1....
1 1 behooves all lliose that regard the year us
nieir uesi uetiaviur, mm uiey may, many
rate.all the more suitably enjoy tbo surprise
in atom for them when they wake and fitid
the whole world jogging along in the dawn
See a woman on horseback in an
other column, riding near i;pcer's Vineyards
with a ouucli 01 grapes irotn which cpeer
Port Urnpo inels made, that io so highly
I esteemed by the medical profession for the
use ot invalids, weakly persons and the
aged. Sold by O. A. Kleltn. jan 7'S01y
A thornueh and taf'o remedy is Dr. Met
taur'i Headache and Dyspepsia J'itlt, old
by all druggists. Price 2,r ccnls. dtc211m
Hon. Georce N. Corson, Norristown. save;
Tho Phoenix Pectoral Is indispensable in my
uum iv. it acts nice a charm in curing
coughs and colds with tho children, anil 1
always U9e It when addressing n jury. Price
25 cents. O. A. Kloim, llioomsburg. aprlC-ly
Kesteii Beach In BloomsburL' on the
23rd u t,. by Ihe Itov. O. II. fiirunck. Mr.
Harvey Kester to Miss Ada Brach. both of
.Mimiaon township, uoinmuia Icunty,
oi.nr risiiEit. At liioomsburir i'a.. iiv
Itev. Stuart Mitchell D. D. Mr. Charles W.
Oldt of Lewistown Ph., to Miss Lizzie M
I' labor of Iilooiu-bu.'g,
stjuuss ltooKiat On Dec. 20th. 18S0.
at tbo housoof tbo brides mothor.Mupcy Pu
uy ino tsov r. it. UHiineiu, rector ol si,
James church, Muncy, Mr, Hess Strtiss, of
i, line tuuge anu -hiss uuiuartiie itimer, ot
iBMOvint IUCK8. At the home of bride's
parents, 'lliursday evcnluir. Dec. HO. 18S0,
by Itev. O L, llenscoter. Henry Bnioyer oi
Blomnsburg, to Mias Minnie S. Hicks of
c:ou:.man sn:antii',i). At tho M. C
Patsimiiue in Mllllinville, Thursday evening
uecetnuer uu, isru, uy itev. u, lienscott-
Murtln Ciileinan, to Miss Annie F, Sleg
irieu, unn oi Denton, uoiumnm county
K1.0TZ WABIIUUIIN Dee. 2.'l at th
rsiideneo ol W.J. Corell E-n. bv the Itev
li. II. ocum, Mr. Charles K Klniz til
Waverly, Unrhnii co., to .Miss Jlaitio 1
Washburn, ol llioomsburg.
WAU0NHr.i,i.nit liloiina Dec. 2.1. atih
residence nf ihe bride's patents, by Uev
E, II. Yocuin. Mr. Joliu O. VVngunaeller
io Ainu uium iiugues, an oi lilocwsburi;,
"Walndt hrar ttiin Hr.sToaR" Is entirely differ
ent fiom Ml others It Is ns clear swnter.nndas
its name inotcaies, Is nlix ricct Vi gi'tnMi' Italr Ite
stnrer ami nm-s not In nny manner iner the linnlth
widen sulphur, Hiitrnr ot h-nrt mid Nitrmi.ii toner
pien.irntliHiH havo done. It will li. nn'iils th treo
the head f om all liainlrutt nestoro (irar llntr lo It
natural color, and r-rt.duco a new growth whero It
i innen nn. n win cnmgo iigm or ranra uair in
QW davs to a liefiul.trnl cmiiksv lirnwn. Kvrrv t,nl.
tlo Is warranted. Ask your druggist for It. For
sale at Mnrsa linos., liloomslmrg, Tn. smltu, Kllno
.Co., Philadelphia, and Hall k liuckell. New Yoik.
W holesalo Agonta. oct. tt, so-lt
Haudsom Ulsters for Little Boy'n
nt I). Lowenberg's.
Lulz & Sloan have nbont -10 Ladlrs coats
and Dolmans which thoy will sell very
GOO nice whtto thrffty shotcs wanted by
Silas Young, Llghtstrcet, that are 2J. 3, -1,
fi to 0 months old that weigh from 25 lbs,
30, 35, 10, -15 50 to CO lbs. each.
Persons that want to buy shotJs please
call around, I handlo from 30, d0 to 50
ahotcs per week,
drc. 21, '80 2m.
Applcton A. Muslin 81 cents n yard by
the bolt at Lulr. !c Sloans,
100000 lbs. nf good prlmo pork wanted
In iho next eight weeks by Bilns Young,
Llghtalrrct. I want hogs that dress 60 lbs.
(10, 75, 100, 125, 150, 175, 200, 225, 250 nil
to 275 lb, apiece. I always want my pork
dressed on Saturday and brought in early
on Monday mornliig. Persons wishing to
buy pork, please callnrouud early on Mon
drc. 25, '80-2m.
lllnghnuiton Boots nt MclClnney's.
Now is thn time to buy Furs 'heap at
Lulz $: Sloan's.
Tho largest Stock of
Ready Made Clothing
Can now bo seen at the
Old Reliable Store of
Another nf those extra cheap lot of Leg
gings nt Lulz & Sloan's,
Harriet A. Newkirk, of Snletn, says: 1 was
cured of tetter in my hand by three applica
tions of Camphor Milk. Jly husband was
cured of old running sorrs by using it. Il
cured my snn of a sprained ankle. Price 25
cents Sold by C. A, Klcim, llioomsburg.
april 10, 'SO.ly
Holiday Hals, Seal Skin Caps
nti hand at I). Lowenberg's
Highest Cash Price paid for 1,000 Good
Fat, Live VEAL CALVES this Fall and
Winter. You can bring them rlalit nlong
now on Monday, Tuesday nnd Vt'cdnosday nf
each and every week this PnUnnd Winter.
Bring in your good tat calves now and get
your cash for Ibem. Bring them from the
north, south east nnd west. Let them come
right along now to Silas Young, Light
Street. oct. 1 4ra
The larcest. best and cheapest stock of
Shoes nt Mclinuey's.
For Fine Gloves'
for Opsr.i Piirtirs Drrsa&c,
go to l. Lnwecberg.
Get your glovo fitting Shoes nt JIcKln
ney's. How liHalth can be niaintiiinul
Buy a Good Over Coat nt D. Lowenberg's.
ItESCl'in) KltOM 1)RT1I.
The rollnwInL- statement ot William ,T. t'ouchtln.
ot t-omi'iv lie, Slavs.. Is so remarkatihi that o hep
ioak tor 11 tlio attention of ourrcaders. llesajs:
'in Iho lull of 1S7B wl en I was taken with a Violent
niecatnK uf thn I titiirs followed hy a severe c-jUkIi.
1 soon hegan to loto my nppetlto and lle-h. 1 was
In tho -.slimmer -of ilJI I was nilmltten to the city
Hospital. White therotheUoctors .atd 1 hailaholo
in my left lung as hln ns a half dollar, toxpendeu
over a hundrutl dollar In doctors and medicines.
I wnss-o far goneatono tlmoa report went around I
wasdend. I gno up hope, but n friend told mo of
nit. VM. 11 ALL'S IIALSAM FOIt THIS LUM1S. I
lai'glu-d at my friends, Ihlnktcg that my caso was
incurable, but 1 tot a bottle to satisfy them, when
iu my Mirpribu unn graiincniion, i commeiicen io i
reel tetter. .My nope. once ueau oegan to rcvive.anu
to-day I fuel in better spirits than 1 have for threo
i write this hoplnif you will publish It so that ev- nrpncn nnr liat tn 000 nnvinrf onl-i-ery
one nnilctert with Ulseasul lungs will bo Induced t-rLstel- UUI tlbl. IU -WU tmyitl HUU
bo convinced that ciiNsUJlcrioN CAN IlBCUItKD.
I linvn til ten lu-n Imll Ipn niwl nnn nnalllrpH' nnr Hint. I
It has done mora good than all the other medicines
I havo taken since mv sickness. Sly cough has al
most entirely disappeared and I shsllsoon bcablo
to go to work. Hold by drujrglsts. Take Wm. Hall'a
Uals.iin only llewareof countertelts. ouLts-lyeow
REAL ESTATE I
In pursuance of an order of the Orphans' Court ot
Col. Co, I'a tho undersigned administrators ot
DaWd Leo, deceased, will expose to public sale on l,nvp it iipp-mco it rnntnitit? rrpnpr
tho premises In Iho town ot Light Street, Hcott n'lC 11 ULl-'lu-t' 11 LUnilllllb UlLf
township Columbia county, I'a., on
SATURDAY, JANUARY 20th, 1881,
tho following described real estate:
A House and Lot,
situate In Light stiect In Scottlownshlp and county I
aforesaid, bounded on the north by lot of John War
den, on tho east l-y an alley, on tho south by an al
loy, and on tho west by Main street or roail. running
Ier'r.nooMercet' con,alnlDlf one-tlllrd of an
Teiims of SAui.-Ten per cent or one-fourth of the
urohaso money to bo rahtatthe striking down of
tho property, tho one-fourth less tho ten per cent nt
the continuation or sale and the remaining three-
fourths In one year thereafter with Interest Irom
dec, St, 'so-ts AOmlolstratojs,
ORPHANS' COURT SALE
REAL ESTATE !
rursuant to nn order ot tho Orphans' Cuurt of ro-
lumbla county, Pennsylvania, v. Ill bo bold at public
salo on tlio premises In the township of Centro In
said county on
Friday, January 21st, 1881,
nt f lirn Vfl-fl- m tlio fnllmitlnn .IamiMIi.uI tltll T
KSTATU, late of Andrew Otnglos, dicvased to-wtt:
The undlMdcd or e-halt ot all that certain It ot
ume, Limcstouo or
oiumio m ti.uu ecmiu tun n&ui, uuilllliuiu county,
ra bounded and described as follows: Beginning
at a stone on the north side of tho Lackawanna and
llioomsburg railroad, thence by land late of I'UIllp
.miivi uui uimcuij vikui uuu inreo'iuiiriiis uegrct a
west twenty-lhreo perches to a stone, thence by the
same south seventv.rour nnti tlin,.fAiirtiiaiipf7f.u
weuavo perci.es to a .tone, tlienco by other lime-
8tono lot soutli twenty.ilgiit aud three-fourths dc
grcou oast twenty-three perches to caid Lnckawan-
uu uuu iiiuuiuauurK ruuruau, tuenco uiODg llio same
norUisovonty-fournnd onc-fourth degrees east five
nfrhps tn Inn nltion rr tw.t.lnr.lTif. i..n,ninni I
115 SQUARI3 PERCHES.
bj the samo moro or U.
Kxceptlngandresonlrjg unto thehclraof rhlllo
Miller and assigns all tho Umber they may want for
fencing within two years from the 19th day of Ko-
venrtcr, isto, also rcse nlng tho uso and occupation
ot tto north end of said lot as the same can bo
farmed unth such time pr times that tho same thall
bo wanted for ouamlue purposes, said lot Uonenprt
as ft Umt'Stniir, tiiLirrv. '
... , ,....r r, ,i,v)ii iu, ui tiimuu, bimnw
li, said centre township, Columbia county, I'enn-
uylvaula, houndod and described t H.follows, to-wlts
Also, nil flmt. r.rtuln nfnnlA, . ,
un mo tiorin uy puuuo roan leading from llloomu-
uurgloiierwicK, on Ihoeabtby land ot tho heirs
of KlliaThoiusH, deceased, on thofouthhylandof
'I'llnuu Naglo and on tho west by school house lot,
euiHuiuuiB uiiii'iy-vigiu ptrcncf, 'i his Is a ery do.
blrabla building lot.
Tim above lota will to sold on the following terms
one-llilrd ot purchaso money to remain charted
on sam rcni I'suiis miring iio natural nro of Mary
Ann (lngl-s, widow ot said Andrew dingles, do.
coastd, and thn Interest thereof to bo annually r.i
rnsuuriy paid vo her, tho tald .Mary Ann Ulnffle,
Iiy tho iiurehasci' or purchascis, suld Interebt to tie
ocmpuieu irom mo contlrmatlon nisi of tald naif,
and at Irsr da ath tho principal to bo paid totbuad.
mlnlstiilorB ot tald Andrew (ilngics, deceased! ten
p t cent, of two thirds ot the purchase to bo natd ut
tho striking down of the property, one-half of tlio
balance of two-thirds tf Iho purthaso money at
ttih cgullrmutlon of salo, and thootherono-haitin
otio year thereafter with Interest on tho fcame from
l'urchaker to pay for deed,
II. KHAN K ZAIIlt,
ate, 4,'M-U Ada'ri. of Andrew oinglu.
PROSPEOTDS FOR '81.
.During tho coming yenr it is
the intention of the proprietors of
not only to keep up its prist stnn
iliml of excellence, but lo still
further improve it.
is the largest paper in Columbia
county and therefore contains more
reading matter than nny other.
is the cheapest, because our sub
scription price is only SI 50 a year
in advance while all others any
where near the same size charge
is tho best, because we employ
more assistance, and devote more
care and attention to it, than any
It is the best
because our subscription list is
larger by several hundred than
any other in the county ,and there
fore it reaches more readers. If
others would do as we have done,
to-Wit, Cllt Oil fill Iiei'SOnS WllO
.... ,,,. ! l :...,.. .,.. t:
HCVCl' pay tOl' their paper, OIU" llSt
wnnld ho rlnnhlp Hint nf nnv ntlior
WOIUU UL UUUU1U U1UL OI .111 UltlLf
, ,. , , , .
paper published here. WlthlH
.i, ,,n,, ,,)- . ;,,
tllC HOXt year WO CpeCt tO 111-
sCnberS, lllld tlllS IS the rCilSOll
why we can allord to sell the pa
per cheaper than any other oHice
though we occupy more room,have
more money invested, nnd employ
more hands than any of our com
petitors. Every family should
al reading for the young and old,
valuable household recipes, and
; information for the farmer.
Every business man should have
it, because it containB all the court
hirncppdmr nlir-rifT's snips Aoo.
l'lOlUUlgS, SlieilU S S.lltS, tieci-
8;01.g 0f the court of freilGnil in
Hlolls UI lllL "till I, ,ulU.ll 111
terest, and much other matter
that every business man in the
county should read.
IS complete. V e liaVO tllC latest
. , , .
Fiyies oi J.ype anu urnamental
nnnin,,, l l ,
LJiaracteift, and are prepared to
I l r . .
UO it elaSS OMVOl'k that 110 Other
, . ,,
OlUCe 111 tllC COUIltV call (lO.
Visiting Card8, Weddinc Ilivi
tations, Programmes. Circulars
plain Or Ornamental. Posters. Pa
per Books.Note and Letter Heads
Envelopes, Statements, Shipninir
m , ... . , . ,
iuys, nnti in met any kuui
nrintill!? can bn nhtninnil
l,umu,b ulu 1)0 OUtaillCU
i ore at
the verv lowest nvippq
T)nnl. .1 T1 l. ta i t
.1 -- """'-,J '
i xjuejKH mill iniiik- MonL's nt nvnsn
description Drhltcd and hound
,-ol'iM,"uu la"-u null UOUIKI.
Specimen copies of tho
WJ11 1J0 Hent nn onnlinnrinti
ELWELL & BITTKSBEHDER,
Near Court Houso, East Sido
at Oak Hall.
There never was any
where before, so far as we
know, such a sale of clothing
as is now going on at Oak
Mall, taking up the whole
ground floor. A hundred
thousand dollars worth 01
good clothing, nearly all of
it new antt iasnioiiitoie, uu ui
it well made and of good
materials without exception
(for we make no other) is
being sold at prices which
bring loss instead of gain.
Clearing sales occur at the
close of every season ; but
they commonly are sales of
broken assortments and odd
garments, and of small quan
Here toward the end of
our most successiui season
we are clearing out what
ever, for any cause, has
shown signs of being slow.
Thousands of whole suits
and overcoats and odd gar
ments as well.
Now the sole reason for
selling this mass of valuable
clothing, without even an at
tempt at. profit, is that stated
above, which may be put into
different words, thus : J o get
our stock into the most at
tractive condition, without
regard to immediate profit.
And so, wliile this sale is
roing on, the choicest, most
approved, most successful,
clothing we have is up stairs.
1 he prices there are not re
duced at all. This sale will
hurt that while it lasts, be
cause the clothing in the
bargain room is extremely
good. For this reason we
want it short ; and to make
it short, the prices are low.
Bnnsr back promptly what
you don't want at the price.
You can order by letter,
or buy here, according to
your own convenience. Un
receipt ol a letter from you,
will send the means of tak
ingyour own measure. Then
you can tell us what you
want, near enough so that
we can take the risk of suit
Wanamaker & Browx,
Oak IUi.i.. MnrLi-t and Sixth, I'iiiiaiir.Li uii.
PORT GRAPE WINE
Uned In tlio principal churches forcoirmunion
EXCELLENT FOB LADIES AND WEAKLY
AND THS AGED.
EXCELLENT FOR FEMALES.
Spfjer'o Port Grape Wiue
FOUR YEARS OLD.
mbis Celebrated Name Who Is luudo Irom I ho
X Juice ot tho uporto urapu talMd In this Country
Tonio and Strengthening Properties
are unsurpassed bv any other NalUe Wines. Hell K
tna puro julcoof thi-eirupc. juoduccd under Mr.
Speer'H own eraoual supi'rvislon, its purity Bid
eeiiiiliirntNS aie guran ted. 'ihe jountew child
miy p.n niKn or us gencinusiiuallneh nnu the tteuk
est liiulldu-o U tu ouVMiitHfn It Is parMculatly
b.'iiillclil lo tho aged and ilenintatid, nnd fruited lo
the vallous ailments that ntTict theueaker si'.. It la
io i itn ropri'iu im.iu lit. 1IC.L1I.U
Tho 1. J. SHKItUY Is a Winn of snnt'riorrhiirnrfpp
from tm ii Itts umdo For I'urlty, lilchneiiS,Plaor
nmiM.die.ii I'lopertics, it wm u-toumi unuceiied.
tltlll n.'ll llbux fit line (rfihlim m It Jit 1 1 i.u nt tlw. ,,-nr,..
ThtH llItANDVstaljtNnnrivn1i.fi In il.la I'nnntpv
being tar superior tor medical purposes.
IT IS A 1't'Iti: distillation f om the crapo and con
tains valuablo medical properties.
It has a dellcata 11 nor. similar tn mat m iim
grapes from which ltls dlstllled.atid Is in L-rnat ravnp
uluong Ilrsl class faiiitlltn.
Sco that the signature tf Al VltKl) Si'BKIt,l'a.ssalo
J , is over the corf tit each bottio.
soi.n HY C, A.
duo tti t-t
A UDITOU'B .NOTlCh.
om - Qi
i: .. figs
he undersigned Auditor nrnolntpit ln.firmt
ot common rleiw rt Colmnbhi county to moko
dUtrlbutloii otthei rund In tlm hands ot W. 11. Ab-
uuii, ,.,bu-i, ,i,i L'eiieui i.i creiiuors ot William
Haul), in and umnnL-tin. nnrti( ,.i,tin.,
will meet tlm parties Interested lit 1,1s rtil.n in
liioouisLurg on .Mni.rta), tlm jih iiay t f Jaruary.
1-si, at two o'clock In tin. niiernroit ot taldday to
pertorm tho duties of his appoliitim nt.when artl
whore all rmonB InlrreMiu aro reniincd topro-
m ui lurirviuiius io ham runu nr tt forever debarred
from totnluL-lii toi'iisliuioolfaldliiLd
,, . . I!. It, 1KKLKH,
dec. ill, M-iw Auditor.
COLVMlilA COVXTY, AS:
'I'hu Coinmuuweulih r,r i',r.nfaiHi...i., ,n
Jlojt. Aesigneo e;f n. II. Kvaus, ierlek, I'a., Mm.'
...,s M"" "if un, -uujigau, aan .
Ml ler, Waslilngloi,, i. v., Julia M. Kliles. Vhlla Wl.
nhla. IM .Mary ifouts, wmi,. iaven,pac. K Hod.
nu.' 'teVi'V.. ;?.dul , ".u-"'.JH.v hfr guardian,
VP lhy'W'y I' "'w'k, l a., ami le! all
Inio"". int;'l'l'hU'i1'V1'Vt'tlt''''! "ktl11 r'hrtby!clteii
Court at at, itrphmiH' court to be held ut liloomsbu ir
nn ihe llrnt .Monday il Kebruaii next, then pud
there to accept or telusoto tul.ii tho realt-Mate of
ba d Wm l.an, deci'ased. ul Iho artir.iltea lu.
alum ti'ii upnii it byiboli,ipieM,diiiy awsriied by
Ihiisaid ('uuu and returned by thubhciltr ur.a. r
I tin Aet oi AkKt'iniilt iu siuheasc niui'e and moil.
Hereof f li'l not"UW' Wll' "lt' K"u" "ot tola
Wltnt'bs Ihei Honorable William Kitten, l'.eeldcnt oi
AllrHHliI rnnrl. n ltlr..wi..-.. 11... !.t,..
itay ot lkHftiiber, A. l) oue tho'maud i liht hun
drud and eighty, ..muu
O.M. Oner. - L'lnkO. O.
wputy. etc, w 'k,.4w