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THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
nuioasnoBd, fbidat, jaiuiaiit si, test
The adminlstrotora of Andrew Ginglfg.de-
ooisi'l, w II ell Mil ei'nta In Genre lownaMp
on Friday, January 2lv, 1831, at 2 p. ni.
The administrator of David Lee, doceased,
f will sell roil stito in Llghtitreel on Saturday.
Tho administrator of John Snyder, deceas
ed, will sell roil e'talo In Licust township on
i Saturday January 29th nt 10 n. m.
53 Sundays In 1881.
J. S. P. is innocent.
Ground-hog day comes next.
Tho spring elections approach.
Tho almanac season in now upon u.
Senator E. J. McIItnry was in town on
Lock Haven talks of haiug a paid Fire de
partment. Wasn't that a jolly party that went to Ben.
ton on Tuesday night 1
Wo nraglad to learn that Mr. William Cad
man is convalescent.
A free night Bchool is being successfully con'
ducted In YVilkebsrre.
Washington's Birthday ii the next holiday.
It falls on Tuesday this year.
Election notices for sale at this office, 25
cents n dozen.
The Spring hat style Is beginning to agitate
llio female mind.
Good music invigorated tho skaters at the
rink on Saturday night.
Many pavements in ibis place remain in a
slippery, dangerous condition.
When he came home tipsy he told his wife
bo had been out sherrynnning.
There are six newspapers in Columbia coun
ty, four of which are published in this place-
A V. V.indorslice, of Berwick, was in town
on Monday attending to some law matters.
The cold weaihcr has fixed quite a number
of water piposand the plumbers are happy-
George W. Hirleman Esq., of Benton, gave
us a frirndly call in our Sanctum on Monday
Did ynu make a resolution on tho 1st always
to pay for your paper in ndancc?
Master Frank Ikeler and n parly of bis
young friends enjoyed a sleigh ride to Millville
Our merchants have a good trade, furnish
ing the hoarding houses across tho river with
Samuel Mitz, an employee of Lockard Bros.,
had ono of bin eyes badly burned at the car
works one day last week.
The Harrisons, "Fun in a Photograph Gal
lerv." n.-e hooked to nppiar here on the 1-tth
The last will and testament of Win. H. Hog
cnbuch, (il Scott township, was proved on the
Jo'liua Frtternian has purchased the Ellas
Mendcnhiill properly now used by T. W. Con
ner and Elian Mindenhall an-tore rooms.
Mr. Benjamin Hagenbucli had one of his
arms dislocated at tho elbow the other day, by
a fall on the icy pavements.
A mnn who loves his family will always
take bin ronnty paper, and the man who re.
s peels his family will always pay for it.
W. H. House has returned from his trip to
York State, and i just as pleasant nnd affable
All the properties to be sold by tho Sheriff
at February Court are advertised in this
A pirty of gooa looking man ied ladies,from
Danville, stopped at the Central on Tuesday
The Sk'iting Kink is being very successfully
managed by Masters Andrew Evans and Oscar
If you take our advico you will lose no time
in filling on ycur druggist for 'Sdler'i
Cough Syrup' without an equal. Piice
Five good dwelling houses in Bloomsburg
for sale, cheapj and on good teruiB. Apply to
jan H-2w Paul E. Wirt.
Don't forget that tho Wllkesbarre Quartette
Club will appear in costume of Ye Oldeo Tim
in their concert Tuesday evening.
That handsome new inkstand in the Sheriffs
office is one ofthe fruits of a birthday partT
given Sherifi Ent on the 18th Inst. He was
tho recipient of a number of nice presents.
As we aro fully supplied for some time to
come, no more Buckwheat flour will be taken
at this office this season. At the present rate o
subscription our terms will be cash hereafter.
No sorvices were held in the lteform church
on Sunday list, owing to the illness ofthe pas
tor, liev. Strunck, who was suffering severely
with inflammatory rheumatism.
Emma Abbott says that kissing on the stag
is no tun, ut course not, there Is nonoo
tho ttelli'g that youare doing something that
you ought not to do about it.
The excellent roads and a "full blowi
moon are being taken advantage of nighily by
numbers of parties. Sleighlujf is quite ri
Rollins, of the firm of Itollins, Holmes
Schuylor, has sold his inler.st in the eslublMi
mem to the two litter, and Ihe bueinest will
hereafter be conducted by them,
Go and hear the fine singing of the OM Folk
Quartette on lueaday evening, The mlertai
intniwill be lutertneisid with Cornet and Pi
Dr Mltchill did nit Melange pulpits witl
liev. Arthur Johnson, of Shlckalunny, la.
holiday, boi.'g diUimd at home br aicknesa
liev. F. W. Flint, of ICing.toii, la to preach for
dim neit Monday.
Judge KrtcVb&um wm In town on Wdn
Iter Mr. Gotnald, of Mlllon, It preparing'
lecture on the great fire of Ut year,
Cart. It. J. Linden 1. Superintendent of
IMnkerton-aDetlve Agency, and U.tatloned
All lovera of frond rnulo ahould le present at
tho Musical Entettalnment on Tnesdar eve.
jmiizrr ij'tci r propo'ea 10 iae me imperil
hotel in tho Spring Ml la an experienced
W. J. Davis will organize a Singlne; Clasa
In the new Evangelical church on Fourth
stnet, In Wromtu to-morrow, Saturday
Fori Sale on Rent. Snyder's lannerr, lo-
cited in Illoomsliur.i la for ealo or rent, Pos-
resion given Ap'll 1st, 1881. Forprlceand
terms apply to C. W. Neal or F. P. Illllmeyer,
Blonmrdmrg, I'a. jan 7tf
L. V. Hnuel, who, as editor of the Miltoni
an raised such a terrible howl among the rial
w.irlby bringing tint staunch lleiinbtlrnn pa
per out for Hancock, butt gene to Omaha.
Itobert Ducklnghxtti Krq., Is Imsv auditing
the acrounla of Ihe Register and Recorder, and
I'rolhonntn'y, which duty was assigned him by
the court in arenrdanco wlili the Inw.
The Tieni of this wek announoea the marri
age of Mr. J. II. Nti of Jlalnvllle, and Miss
Ads Shnman tf Mlftllnville. We add our con-
gratulstion and extend our best wishes to the
The protracted meetings that have been In
progress at the Baptist church for several weoks
past closed on Sunday. The altendmro through
out has been excellent. During the series be.
tween thirty and forty conversions have been
The objections to the metal tip upon chil
dren's shoes do not hold gooil against the A.
S. T. Co. beautiful Black Tip, and it is time
parents' were enquiring fir them, for fino shoes
s well as comtmn. ns they reduce shoo bills
The Old Folks Quartette, of Wilkcsbarre,
will give one of their excellent concerts In the
Opera House on Tuesday evening next. The
Quartette is no old and successful one, nnd
never falls to please with their fine selections
Go and see them.
The Shenandoah Herald claims that if Gow-
en iadcfeited for President of the Philadelphia
and Reading railroad, tha Worklngmen's Un
ion will be reorganized, and will givo the new
prcsidint lots of trouble.
G. A. Buckingham, Eq., of Berwick, was
in town on Saturday last, and made us a friend
ly call. We are always glad to meet him. He
is one of the squareat Republicans in the
Mr. John G. Kuragsn, of Bradford, who
has been here recemly visiting friends, says
that tho livery establis' menta of Buckalew
Bros., are the finest he has seen anywhere for
Senator Mclienry has ben appointd on
the following committees: Constitutional Re-
rm, Corporations, Canals and Inland Navigs.
ion and Agriculture. The House Committees
aro not yet announced.
We aro in receipt of cards signifying the
act ihat II, H Rut'er, son f our townsmin
l)r, Rutter, has takn nnti himself a partner
in life one Miss Eva H. Cloud, We wish ihe
walnminy hvig y -ir of counubul bliss and
may the shadow ol woe never darken their
threshold, l.utat nil iimcmay they he favored
with abundance of joy and happiness-
Harry is engaged in publishing a paper in
Canhage, Mia-ouri, and we nre told is doing
If you want weddirg invitations, party invi
tations, cilling cards, dance programmes, bill
tickets, or anything in that line, come and see
our fine samples before ordering elsewhere.
We have the latest styles o type and paper.
If ynu want engraved invitations or cards we
cm furnish them at the lowestratcs, having the
ngency for II F, Griffin, Boston, one of the
eading engravers of the country. We will
send samples to ladies in town, if they will
notify us of their disire to see them. Save
money by getting your work done nt home.
The marriage of Mr John K. Bittenhender,
mo ofthe owners of this paper, and Miss Alva
retla Kulin, eldest daughter of I. S. Kuli
was solemuizod at tho Lutheran church on
Wednesday morning. The Rev. V. H. Got
wall, of Millun, performed Ihe ceremony, as
sisted by Rev. Mr. Adams, A large number
of friends were in attendance, and were shown
to seats by ihe ushers, Messrs G. B, Rcimen
snvder, of Sunbury, George Bertscb, of Maticli
Chunk, C. B, Kline, of Williatnsport, and
Chas. M. Blltcnbender, brother of the groom.
Promptly at the appointed time, O.-IG, the wed
ding party reached the church and marched up
the centre aisle, (lie ushera leading, followed
by Mist Eliza Kulin, si'ter of the bride, on the
arm of Philip V. Weaver, Esq., of Hazleton,
the bride and groum coming last. The cler
gymen met them at tho chancel rail, where the
impressive ceremony was performed, Prof.
I. W. Niles presided at tho organ and discourc
eJ Bweet music, playing softly during the
ceremony with fino effect, and closing
with tho grand old wedding march as the party
left tho church. Hie bride was attired In a
handsome traveling suit. The families of iho
contracting parlies and a few friends repaired
to the residence of the bride's parents, where a
bounteous dinner awaited them, to which full
justice was done. Among those present were
lite Misses Eckrote anil Miss Keller of Milllin,
Mrs. Adains, and Miss Sterner of Potisville
The bride received many handsome and useful
presents, Mr. and Mrs. Biitenbender lelt on
the soon train on the D. L. & W. road, and
will visit Niagara falls and other points of in
teiest. The best wishes of their many friends
folfow them on their bridal tour, and on their
journey of married life.
At a Council meeting of St. Matthew's Eyan
L'flioal Lutheran church. Bloomsburir. Pa., the
following resolutions were passed on the death
of Rev. O. D. S. Marcley
Whkueab, Our Heavenly Father, by an in
scrulablo, but all-wise providence, has removed
our brother Rev, O, D. S, Marcley, from the
midst of the conflicts of tho ihurch militant to
the honors and glory of the church triumphant
Resolved. That in the death of brother O, D.
S. Marcley, our church has sunt lined the loss
of one, who, by nearly three years of earnest
labor among us, proved himself a devoted, efi
ficienlnnd beloved pastor.
Ileiotteil, That In the death of our Pastor,
whose warm heart and fertile mind were ever
devising liberal things fur tho glory of God
and our beloved 7.on, tho Evangelical Luther
an church, hai lost a well known and honored
Utsolml, That wo tender to the sorely uflllct-
ed family our sincere sympathy and pray Him
who la ihe husband ofthe widow and the father
of the oiphan 'o be especially near lo them
in their sud bereavemrnt.and we further
Iletolve. That an engrosstd copy of these res
olutions be presented to the family and thai
they be furnl-hid to the local and church pa
pers for publication,
li, Fjiank 2a int.
M. Q Quick,
Head the new advertisement of Holmes 4
Bchu-ler. It may tell you juit what you want
Iter. Dr. Fowler will deliver a lecture at the
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1 ttnc v u n
benefit of the . M. O.A.
Opera House this Friday evening, aulijcct,
procoedi are lor the
We had lf'ly prepared a notice of Mr.
Mrcley, when the comtnulcation Irom Iter.
II. l Dnx wai received. As It coraos from
an om acquaintance oi me deceased, we Insert
A thnrni1i.il and aafn remeilv is Dr. .If-.
'taur't Headache ami fiunncptia IHIlt, Hold
by all druggists. Price 25 conts. dec211m
John B. Mear, brother of Geo, W. Mears,
was in town list week. He la reading at Chi.
cngo, and was on his way to Washington D. 0,
on business. This Is his first visit here In
On Tuesday John Doily brought overn large
shift for the Irondale wntor wheel, from Mon
lour county. It wis 28 leel linn and nb nil 4
feet in diameter and took six li rtes to con
Wastkb. I will pny 60 cents t er volumo
for Pennsylvania P-.mphl-t Itwa for the years
1810, '41, '42, '43 '41, '45, '40, '47, "43 and '40
II furnished within 30 days from tho date of
ibis paptr, (ono copy of each year.)
W II. JACony,
rortunntcly young tr.n when too poor to
hire a livery to lake their girls out riding
have left another resort. They can borrow a
hand sled and tnko her "coasting," 'TIs only
an expression of good will the girl desires any
We were griatly amused tin otlurday at tho
plan adopted by a man who desired to get a
crowd of boys oil his sled He addressed them
as follows "Boys, perhaps if you knew what
ailed me, you would not wish to ride with mo'
I think I'm gelllti the small pox and am hur
ryitig home." That vas enough, the boyu scat'
tered in every direction.
Two large sleighing parties from Dinville,
one composed of women only, tho other of
males and females, visited Ibis place on Salur
day evening last. The former were entertained
at the Central in the U"ual exctllent style of
mine host Brown. The latter, having brought
their own music, occupied Brower's Hall, and
apparently enjoyed themselves hugely with
dancing and other festivities. Of all our sister
towns, Danville furnishes by far ihe jolliest
it will ho Interesting news to the many
friends of Miss Alice L. Tlninas, in this com
mutiny, to learn that on tho liilli of January,
1881, at the resldenco of II, M. Wler, Cam
bridge, Illinois, the marriagn ot Miss Alice to
C. Edmund Wonhirgton, of said placf, was
coii8ummattd. Wo have been favond with an
elegantly printed announcement of the ceremo
ny and thai hereafter the home of the happy
pair will be Topeka, Kar.ias. "May they live
long and prosper. "
Messrs- Editors: On bis return from thi
funeral of his hrcilier, the Into and much la
menled pastor of Ihe Lutheran Ohuch ol'your
town, Mr. Irv.n Mirelay informal mo that you
desired a brief inicle for your paper r luting to
the deceased, iiixilying such fact as may he of
intro't to the ublic eencrally. I am too
much occupied at present to furnish anything
id an elaborate character, but hive already
jromhed to conlnt.ute something tothem.in
ory of my much is ecmcd friend for the co
umns ot the JMttcran Observer, which when It
appears I shall take pleasure in placing at you
disposal, Meanwhile, in addition to what is
said in your issue ofthe 14th insi., containing
a nulicu of liis tlealh, I rend tin- following ite...
which perhaps yon will deem of sufficient itn
portance to give a place in your nex number:
The parrnls of our departed friend are still
living where their beloved son was horn, and
where his early dtisweie spent. They ai
aged and infirm, and, of cour-e, the sorrowful
tidings of his sudden denth wns to them, a:
well ns to Ihe large circl of his inoro dilan
relatives and friends, painfully aftlict ve.
ihe first developments of Mr- Mai clay's ed
ueational course hi e quite sujjiJOtiv.lf inilical
d by the fact that whin he was but about
sixteen years of ago ho enitagcd in school teach
ing, and in communities no', remote from
home. He taught for thtee successive winte
terms. He made acquaintances then who still
remember him in that capacity with fresh and
It wns perhaps in his nineteenlhycar lhat ihi;
attention wns turned to higher schcol ndvant
age, nnd he soon became a student at Harlwick
Seminary where ho completed his academi
tudhs. From hero he went to Union Coll
ego, hut what class h entered, mid how long ho
remained, I have now no means of determiu
ing. His standing, however, may be inferred
from Ihe fact that his class placed him at thei
head; as al'o that this vnorablo institution
conferred on him somo year or two since tho
title of Mu'ter of Arts,
It was either while in College, or soon after
he lift, that ho made a public profession of hi
faith in Christ and unilod with the Lutheran
church of Gardiiersville, of which tho mud
osteemed Rev. P. Wilting wns then pa-tor
Whether nt that time he ha I decided to turn
his attention t the ministry, I do not certain
ly know, but not long after he commenced his
theological studies ai Selingrove, Pa., wiiei
he made Ihe acquaintance of the lady who sub
sequenlly became his wife, of whose personal
worth and presint nfll clions, the citizens of
Bloomsburg need no testimonials,
My acquaintance with Mr. Marclay com
me need when he became an applicant for li
cense of the Synod of whiih I was a member
Phis was during the month of June, 1807. At
the next session of the same btdy he was or
daiued. Both his examinations ate very dis
tinclly remembered, not only because they
were latmfactory, but because in all his bear
ings ht Invited, rather than deprecated, scrutiny
His ministerial labors in his native Stale,
were" devoted to Freybush, in Mont, county,
and Orleans in Jefferson county. Both wero
country charges and calird for a great deal of
hard work,as appoimments were numerous and
al distant points from each other, He sustain
u 'nM wen anu was sucas-iui, especially
in the latter field, in which be was favore
with several more or less extensive revival
From here he wont to Ashland, Pa,, where for
several years ho labored efficiently and mos
acceptably, as all with ynu know,
Inspecting the balance ot his ministerial ca
reer, the citizens of Bloomsburg need no infor
niatiou. Devoloi' as Mr, Marclay was to hi
church, in iio location could his arquuin
anre and appreciation bo loi'g limited lo It,
He wassuro to make hlmaell known, not so
much by seeking promiuence as by meriting it
Mr. Marclay'a nam o still itiudsas a mem
ber on the records of tho chunh to which tl
writer now ministers, and on the evening of
tho 23rd inst., a memorial service will be held
in which several surrounding pastors, who
know him well, will be heard upon topics suit
able to tho oicaaton,
His deeply bereaved family and church I
your midst, havo Ihe sympathy of many warm
In aria here,
II L. Do.
uarriei a. ixewkirt. ot fa cm. Bavs' n
cured ot letter In my hand by three nun ca
uuiia ui iiuuipnor nu u juy nusuatm wan
cured of old running sores by using it. It
cured ray ami of a Dpraintd ankle, I'ri e25
t r i . i . '
ctuli . soju by u. A, Jvleiui, IJIooiasburit.
REV. O. D, g MinoLEY.
Rev.O, D, 8. Marcley was born Mareh the
11th, 1840, In the town of Seward, Schoharie.
rounty, New York Ills ancestors wero of
German origin. His parents, who are still
living, aro christian people, and at an early
ago he tonsecrnttd his life to Ihe serviie of
Christ, In 1853 or 1859 he was confirmed a
member of tho Evangelical Lutheran church,
Gudncrsvllle, New otk,of which church
he was a member at the limo ol his dath, He
began his studies as n student In tho Semina
ry st Charlottsville, N. Y, but he became Im
pressed with Iho evidence that God called htm
to reach, and ho left this institution and en
tered Hartwick Seminary with a view of pio
paring for tho Lutheran ministry Ho remained
in this institution for nb tit two yoars. when
o entered the Freshman class of Union Col
lego, New York Before he had completed his
course at this college, ho went to Sillnsgrove,
Pa,, and pursued tho theological courso of the
Missionary Institute nt that placo. About tho
1st of April, 1807, while yol n student nt Sellns
grove, lie received n call from tho churches nt
reysbush and Starkvillc, New York, which
call he accepted and went lo his field of labor,
The Franckoan Synod in June, 1807, licensed
him to preach and in iho fallowing year at
Forilsborough In Mlnden, New York, he was
ordained as minister of tho Gospel by the same
Synod. On ihe thirty. first day of October,
1807, ho was married lo Miss Millie Carey, of
Selinsgrovc, who mrvlves him with n dough,
tcr and two sons. His ministry nt Freysbiiih,
as attended with much success in the build
ing up of tho spiritual conditions of tho church,
beautiful parsonage was erected and
lid for, which was the product of his efficient
labor, zeal and activity.
In 1809 lie received a cnll from Jcfierson
charge In Jeficrson county, New York, which
o accepted and continued in this charge until
Octobor SI, 1809. Here ho nlso did good
work in Ihe canso of Chri't in adding many to
the church and rebuilding of churches. In New
York he was highly o'leetned and held many
honored.andtrusted positions in the church to
which ho belonged; being tho Secretary of the
Synod, Member of the Examining Committee
and Chairman of tho Delegation to the General
In August, 1875, he received a call from ihe
Ashland congregation in Pennsylvania, which
he accepted nnd remalmd there until the first
f Match, 1878. Of hla work in this place, we
nil speak from the records of the church
made by himself:
During the winter 1870 I organized the
Lutheran congrecation of Gordon with thirty-
three members. At the following communion
some forlysix metnrers were added. We pur-
ha'ed the ihur. h luilliig from the Presby-
eiiuus for SOOO In A hljnd during the year
1870 about 52 700 of lie. r $4,000 church d. hi
was raised and paid Tin. following i- among
other records of labor: Additions to meinbet-
hip, ninety-fmr: seventy-nine nt O irdon nnd
hirly-two nt Mt Carmcl, in all two hundnd
and five. Marriages, t en'y; biptioma, seven
Iv ono Ml, Carmel wa s.rvid only one year,
during 1877 to the close of pastorate in Ah'
and. The a alary on my first coining to AbIi
and was S900, and nt the close of ihe pa'lor.i o
with ihe nditittons of Gordon and Mt-Caimel
O. D.S. Maucm-.y,
He preached his trinl sermon in Bloomsburg
on Sunday, February 3, 1878, and on the lllh
lay of the fame month he received n call from
the Evangelical Lutheran church and began his
abora on the tenth day of linn Ii of the ramc
ar as the successor of Dr. John McCron, one
of the oldest pulpit orators in the Lutheran
hureli in Pennsylvania, Mr. Marcley en
tered upon Ins work in Ibis new held, fnel-
g tho responsibility of the great work 1c-
foio hitrj having bseri pretedtd by so prom
inent u min in ihe church as Dr, McCron,
he ddermined lo it'o every effort timake
his ministry in ibis place succcs'-ful. Ho
brgan his pu-torute work at nnc, viilin? all
ofthe congregation, including those who wer
not members of thu church. His pr'achinu
Inw lurgf auilii-ncm nnd by an acceptable and
forcible way of presenting God's truth, hi
work was steadily increasing ihe interest in the
church. His good work for ibis community
was not cor.lined to the church of which lie was
pister, hut Iio wis nctivo in nil wot thy go
christian work which led to the purification nt
n community, among them wns thnt ofthe tern
per.inre causo in which he lock n very artiyc
part; not in nn aggreaive but in u persuasivo
way .seeking to show the- intemperate that their
ways were against gOMI morality anil ch-is
tianity, and by gentlo argument urged them to
He was a man of such intellectual ability,
that Ihe digreeof A.M. ws coufeired upnn
him by Union Oollo.ce in 1879 at which time
President Potter expressed himself that lie was
a man of great mental nnd moral attainments.
Mr. Marcley wns of a kind anil genial dispo
sition, courteous to nil whom he met, of a, ten
der nnd compn'sionatn heart, ever ready to do
anyone u kindness or nfivor.nnd from his
good qusllites had many friends) in this com,
muniiy for ihe short limo that he resided here,
as wns shown by tlto large concourse of people
tint attended his funeral, and the fact that the
business places nf tho town were closed during
the burial, His funeral wis at'ended by the
clergy of all the denoailnatinus of tho lown.and
many members of the Susquehanna Synod, of
which ho was a member, took part in the sir
Much of Mr. Marclry'a isucccss In tho min
istry may be attributed to the encouragement
that ho received Irom his christian companion
who by her constant parth ipatinn in his work
and ic stimulatim; his energies, nnd in making
his home pleasant nnd agreeable, ever sharing
with him hutriils and troubles, helped to bus
ain him in his labors
Nothing nn gpril hir H 'ndscbe and Dva
pepsia ns Dr. Jltltmir'i Headache and Du-
pensia 1VU. Price 25 cents. All druggists
sell tiicni- dec. z 1m
In Harrisburg there is nn ordinance aga'nst
driving a horse attached o a sleigh without
A girl of our acquaintance says that she is
never so happy as when she Is carriage riding,
because then (here are so many ftlloes around
A newspaper coramenlirg on the fact lhat
a farmer marly lost his life by sinking in a
qungmlre, adds; J'Men who do not Ftib.cribe
for a pnper must expect to be sucked in every
now and then. '
The holidays for 1881 come upon the follow
days and dates! Washington's bittliday, Tues
diy, February 22; Gor.d Friday on the Ifitb of
April; Decoration Day, Tuesday, May ,'iOj In-di-pmdence
Diy, Monday, July -1; TliankBglv
iiitrdnvjona thy to bo fixed by iho Pri'sldenl
of Ihe United States; Christmas day on Sunday
"We cmnot rmlle," fays ou exchange, when
a man tills us ho cannot tuko his local paper
because Iio wants a city paper. Ho might as
well say lie cannot ntlord brtnd because he in
tend having sponge cake. Meanwhile he has
lo ask hU neighbor about (he local mtrsaud
notice, and iho local paper gees building up
his pluie and business and convciiiinc s with
out support, Theruis something out of Juint
with iho man who does not support hU lornl
Ttitnois, tryslptlw, uiercurlul diseaes,8crof.
ula. and general dehillly cund by 'Dr. Llnd.
ley's BluoU Searcher. Sold by draggiauvjWlw
Wo have much pleasure In recommending
Thermnllno to our readers, on an abaolnto
euro for Malaria. Tho manufacturers' name
nlono Is a gnarnnteoof ita merit. It sells at 25
cents per box. For particulars aeo Advt.
Inly 30, '80'Ctii
Ens. Columbian) In order to set the public
right in regard to a matter In which llie good
peopto of Ihe county nre all Interested the fol
lowing Is offered for publication in your pareri
At Iho Ocober meeting Pomona Grango
No G, Iho resolution recorded below was re
ceived from mbordlnelo grange Nn, 625.
'(VWi-rcf, That we, tho members of
No. 525, P. of H. nro opposed to horse racing
ami all other modes or gambling al our county
fair nnd we would recommend ihe Pomona
Grsngo to take some action losupprcia it."
It came up in the regular order, and after
dirrusslon tho following resolution was adopt'
ed by Pomona Grange!
Itesolml, That a committee of one from each
granite represented hero to-day be appointed
to look after tho Interests of Ihe ng-
ririilti'risb" of tnls county "Columbia County
Agricultural Horticultural and Mechanical As
sociation." At tho meeting htld January 7lh, Iho com
mittee reported, whereupon the following wt
offered and adopt! d:
llcmhedf That n commlttro consisting of thsi
committee already appoint d under resolution
ol laatjPomona meeting nnd one n Iditional from
each grange in iho county not represented on
that committee together wilh such other mem.
hers of the foltimbln County Agricultural Hor
ticultural and Mechanial Association as may
be selected; bo appointed to work up n senti
ment among the members of said association
favorable to the election of n set of officers who
will abolish the speed ring, or at least so modi
fy that feature of our fairs as to prevent ihe
taking from the county annually large sums of
monoy by professional horse jotkeys- And si
so prohibit tho issuing of complimentary tick
et' to saloon loungers and deul beats for the
purpose of securing iheir votes at election time,
fly ordor of Pomona Grange No 5.
A. P. You.no,
Hon. Georce N. tjorson, Norristown, says:
Tho Phoenix Pectoral Is indispensable in my
family. It nets like a charm in curing
coughs nnd colds witli the :hildren,and 1
always uso It when addressing n jury. Price
25 cents. O.A. Klelm,Blo.,msburg. nprlG-ly
"Walnut '.Kir Haih rtssTOREn"lH entirely differ.
cut, from all others. It Has clear s water, and as
its name Indicates, Is utpcrcct Vegetable Hair He
al orer nnu uoes noun any manni'r nut'ci iue ncaiin
whlcn sulnhur. Suirnrof Li'ad nndMtrateot silver
preparations liaio done. Itv-IU lmmcrilairi) iree
the bend r om all HariilrufT Itcslore dray Hair to Its
natural color, and prcd 1 a n m- growth win re It
lu fallen i II, Il will i-h -dl-c llphtor farted hair In
a fow di)s ton beautiful tiiotsy brown. Every boi-
uo is warranted, sisk jour nruifgi-i lor u. i or
sale nt Motkk IIkos., llloouisluirg, fa. mlt i, Kllno
x i'o., riniaaeipma, nnu unu& uucki'ii, piuw ioik
WbulebiUe Agents. ocl Si,so-tI
Look atl, W. Hartmaii'H
of Gltiglmiii, 1U to 12 cents.
new 2 pieces
Call and see the new ntylnf Spring
UIoHkitgs lor LaditB lit UlnrK kboh s.
Handsome Ulsters tor Little Hoy's
at I). Lowenberg'fi.
A few ladies Coats arid Dolmans yet to bo
sold vety cuettp nt Lulz x rjloati s.
Look Ht I. W.
Huiiuiati'ti new 75 cent
When buying Hamburg Edgings, do not
fail locallnt Clark & Jou'n. Ttiey have
just oj cued a lull new line at low prices.
500 nice white thrifty shntes wanted by
fen us louug, Ligbtslrcet, that are li, J, 4
5 to G inni. ths old that weigli Irom 25 lbs
y(J, 35, 40, 45 50 to 00 lbs. each.
t'erMins Unit want to buy shot.?.- please
call around, I handle fri.m 30, 40 to 50
shutes tier week.
dec. 24, '80 2m.
100000 Ibd. of good prime purl: wntitdl
in i lie next eight ueekH by Bllas Young,
Liclitstrcot. 1 wtitil It'iL'fl thnt dreis 50 lbs.
HO, 75, 100, ll!.-., 150, 175, 200. 225, 250 up
t'j 275 lbs. iiptice. 1 uUuys want my pork,
dressed on Saturday and tnought iu early
on Monday morning. Pertwius wishing lo
buy porlc, pleme call around early on .Mon
dec. 25, '80-2H1.
li'ltigliauiton IliMitit ut iMoKinnoy'd.
Look ut I, W. ilartuiau'd new line of
XewTublo Ltnuis iu bleuchtd, one-bnlt
bleached, brown tiud colored ut Ulurk &.
Now U the titno to buy Fur very cheiji
nt Lutz & Sloan's.
Tbo largest Stock of
Ready Made Cloth'ng
Can now be seen ut the
Old Reliable Store ol
"Columbia" Gerimiutowu wools nt Chirk
& Soli's. Ten cents r ounce, lull weight.
Look at I. W. Ilarliaun's 1,000 yards of
light Spring Calico,
Holiday Hats, Seal Skin Cups
on bund ut D. Lowenberg's
Highest ChkIi Price paid tor 1,000 Good
Fut, Live VEAL CALVES ibis Fall nnd
Winter, l'ou can bring them right along
nt w on Monday, Tuesday and ivednei-duy nl
euuli nnd ovtry week ibis Full unit Winter,
liriug in your gOi d tat calves now and gel
your cusii tor them litiug them from Hit
north, south east and o. Let tlu in cuiii
right along now lo Silas Young, Light
Sireot. oct. 1 4tn
A full line nf Prints, Mils ins, Ticking-.
&c , ai Clark &. Son's.
The largest, be'U uuil cheapest stock
Sboss at M Kinney's,
Look at I W. Hartnian's new line nl
lllt-iiclittl, Unbleached, and Red Table
Ynu can buy this month jet Dress Goods
at cost al Clark & Son's,
For Fine Gloves
for Opera Parlies Drecs&c,
go to L Loncnberg.
Nfw Prints and Muslins tills 1'eck at
Lutz & Sloan's.
Get yourglovo filling Shoes at McKiu.
Look at I, W. Hnnnian'sj Linen ToweU,
J low health can be maintained
Iluy a Good Orer Coat at I), Lowenberg's.
UK!) HOItsK I'owiiElt cures more hones, mules
and bheep than any other mcUlclno. sttro every
Uliiu, Ul'LlY, 'MM)COW
Tho Host Hnlvo In the world for Cuts, llrulses.
m.t, n, I'lvvi o, rtuv will 1,1 fl, 1. Illllljll-U 1IUI1I1.,,
Chlllilalns. Coins and all kinds of Mi In hruptluns
Fi i'ckli'8 and I'linnles. 'J ho s live Is guaranteed to
Klvu pt'iicrt satisfaction In nery cum or inom-y riv
fund. il. He hurelo set Henry's Carbollo balu', as
atl others ato hut Imitations. I'rlcoxa cents. Vor
saio uy an aruggwis. oct 'il, -su-ijcow
It beems strango that any one will surfer from tho
many doioiig'tiwutB brought ou by an Impure coo.
union of tliH blood, whin K'OVII'H HlJioii and
LIVe.lt SVHUl' will restore piTful heullh totliu
plufclcal oriratilzallon Ii Is luUt'id n striiigthenliig
tin up, pleaaant lo take, and has niuu'ii liselfuitu
tilO' d ptirltler evir tliscuvered eifect
lly cuilnir Sen fulu. Siiuilllllcillscasi's. WVnkr,,
of the KldnejH, allNerruus disorders and lkUUlly,
It cotreits liidtgebitou, It makes the old led jounir,
and Hie jounc fitlgay; and wilt I variably drlio
outot ILo aj fcti iii the man) Ills that human lit Mi Is
ut ir iu. a mu.'iu lAituti iiii i ruvo 10 y -u us mer
its at a health runeucr, tar It. nets like a
ciiuiui, rrpcctul y wheu the ruuiplalnt Is of au ex.
hnusiivo nature, buvluifa tendency to lessen thu
uiuiai virurui uic urum nnu nervous nrfciem.
HOLMES 8c SCHUYLER. HOLMES & SOHUYLER
It is now about 7 years since
wo began soiling Stoves. During
nil thin t.inm wo liavn fitrintlv ittl-
... . . . . I
lioretl to our iirst determination,
and that was to accept no consign-
menta from any manulacturcr,but
navocare uuy exannneu uio pro-
a mwl .Inr.!,.,! fm- nnol. cmnl.
Stoves as our judgment and ex-
" . . I
perienco warranted to suit our
trade. Handsome designs, dura-
bihty and economy ot fuel beinc
... .. , . , ,
our main sianti points, mis enori
. M i u "IO "IW. u ,J I
hfia nnr hnnn iinfiiinroinf ml hv Mini
public; our trade has been rapi-
dly increasing, our sales this sea-
son being double that of last. It
is no object ior us to sell a jioor
stove just for tho mere profit at
UlU lllllU. IHIIU aiUVU B JUI1.1 111U
sale of others just tho same as a
cood one makes many sales. We
know verv well when wo send out
one of our handsome Ranges and
.1 ! 11 " 1
jimr huau uuur uuiynuur "ears
youspuaiv 01 us many superior
iifilifinu r t - Min. ill rvl ti(nin I
h will miv mm ton. or w '
somebody; and so of tho Parlor
blOVeS ailtl Heaters. We iiaVO
nt oil tiitina o rtrrA trr rP fitm'na I
and Eantres on our Hour and in-
vito u critical examination before
pureliasinir. elsewhere, We furn-
icli f n npmit vnnuii'j 4rt i 1 1 Lritirlu I
of stoves. We deliver and set up
within reasonable distance of town
all stoves bought ot us.
HOLMES & SCHUYLER.
ORPHANS' COURT SALE
l'ursuant to an onler ol the Orphans' Court of Co
lutnlil. couuly, Pent bjh aula, will to Hold at public
s no on the premises, in the township ot Locust, In
said county, near stabtown, on
Saturday, January 29th, 1881,
at ten o'clock la Hi i forenoon, tin following do
tcrlbo'l four tracts of land, lato of John Snyder, de
No. l lielng dr cedent's Interest In a timber tract
of land containing
ONE IIUNDItKD AGRKS.
ho Iho same more or less, adjolnln? li.n.ls of JosUh
H. Ithoads, David Long, -losupli O. I.tuuds ondoth-
No-2 Being a timber tract containing TIIIUTY
ACHES, be Iho same more or lest, adjoining lands
ot Washington Adams (leorgo Yrn?er, l''relerlct
uty, Maj'berry Snyder ami "amuel Adams.
tO'o. 8 Being unseated, partly cleared, and the
balanco timber land containing
TWKNTY EIGHT ACRES.
bo tho same more or lefs. adjoining lands of John
Derr, Davla eager, Samuel Camp and the Quaker
No.4 L'clng tho homostead ot the dectdeut, con
One Hinndrad Acres.
be tlio sumo nmrc or lcb-s, adjoining lands of Samp
son Ellis, Ueniy II, lthoads, Charles Wagner, W asU-
ttigtou Adami, whereou aro erected a Urge
A LARGE GKIST MILL
v lth tlireo run of stones, nnd a
with n, good water power, and other out-bnlldlngs.
There Is also on satd.pronlses n Oood Orchard nnd
ln) aid and other fruit trees.
1 crms and conditions of salo made known ou day
Jan. 7, 'Sl-ts Administrator.
ORPHANS' COURT SALE
REAL ESTATE !
Pursuant to an otdcr oi the Orphans' Cuurt of Co
lumbia county, rennsj lvonla, w 111 be sold at public
sale on the premises In the township ot Centre In
said county on
Fridity, January 21st, 1881,
at two o'clock p m., tho following descilbed ItKAL
ESTATE, late of Andrew (ilnglos, d'eeased to-wlt;
The undivided oi e-hnlt ot all that certain Lot of
Lime, Limestone or
situate In satd Centre towrahlp Columbia county
ra bouudt'd and described as follow: Beginning
at a stono on the north sldo of tho l.nckawanna nnd
Moomsburi: railroad, thence by land late of I'hlllp
Vlllcr north twenty-eight and tlirte-fourtt-s degrees
west twenty-thren pe'ehos to nsloro, tlienco by the
same south beventy-four and three-fourths degrtcs
westnvo perrhestoa stone, tlienco byoiherllme
stono lot south twcnty-elght and three-fourths de
grees eat twenty-three firrlies rosald Lackawan
na and Hloomsbiirg railroad, thence along the same
norm seventy-four and one-fouith d 'grces oast.llve
perches to the place cf beginning, containing
115 SQUAKIO PEHOHKS,
to the samn morn or less.
Excepting and reM)rUg
juuerand assigns nil the llmberlhey may want Ior
fencing within two) ears from the 18th day of No
venv er, 1670 also nsirvlng iho use and occupation
ot tto north end of said lot ns the same can be
farmed unth such tlmo or tttnna lhat tho same (shall
bo wanted for quarrj Ing purposes. Said lot Is opened
as a limestone quarry.
Also, all that certain piece or lot ot grousd situate
In bum Centre
township, Columbia county, I'enn-
ednnddescrlbulis follows ro-iii.
luuhu utsinuiu i u fouowB, to-uit:
On the north by putllo rond leading from Ulooms
burg to Berwick, on thoeattby lands of the heirs
of lillza Thoms, deceasid, on tho t outh hy land of
Tllinan Nagle and on the west hy school bouso lot,
conraininn ninety-clgut perches. This Is a very do-
sirabio building lot.
The abovo lots will to sold on tho following terms
ono-thlrd of purchaso money to remain charged
on satd real citato during the natural life ot Mary
Ann (llnglfs, widow of said Androw Oingles, de
ceased, and the Interest ihereof to bo annually and
regularly paid to her, tho Fald Mary Ann dingles,
by the purchaser or purchasers, said Interest to bu
computed from tho connrrnatlon nisi ot said sale,
aiiuui ner main mo principal to uopald to the ad
mlnlstators ot said Andrew Oingles, deceastd; ten
per cent, ot two thirds cf the purchase to be paid at
tho striking down of tho property, one-half of the
balance of tw o-thirds of the purchaso money at
tuu conurmation or saio, and thoothcrone-half in
ouo year thereafter with Interest on the tame from
Purchaser to pay for deed,
dec, S4, 'so-ts Adm'rt, ot Andrew Oingles.
ESTATK OF WILMAU S. KVANS, IIICSASSD.
COLVMMA COUNT V, SS :
too commonweaiui or l'ennsyivaula to J, h,
llo)t, AEblgneu of N. It. Evans, Berwick, I'a., Mrs.
ihij i (iiuui, ,tuuu iufcuu, jiiiuj.gun, rarau h,
pi iiiui , n-iiiiijtiuit, I', v unu ai.
pillll, I'U , 3U
piua, ra , Jiary riouts, w nlio Haven, I'a, ,c. E Dot!
sun, iierwicK, t u.. juiiu nuuson, uy ner guardian,
II. 1.. Kreas, Berwick, I'a , descendants and heirs of
William H. Evans. Into of lieiwtck,
ra., and to all
Knoiia iiiieresieu.iiruuiingi ou are Hereby Sclted
Iki and apiar before the Judges of our Orphans'
Court atau ornhans' Court i, lui tiei.t nt iiinn.,',,,...,
on tho llrst .Monday of Februaiy next, then end
ineru iu uceepi or le.usuio iak tuu realestato of
said Wm, Evans, deceased, at ihn niinrii,it i.i,..
utlou putuponlt by tho Inquest, duly awarood by
the said Court, and returned by tho Sheriff under
tho vt of Assembly lu suih case made and provl-
tint; or show cause why the samu bhall not to sold.
livuui uti iiuv.
Witness Ihe Honorable William Flwell, I1esldent oi
oursuld Court- at ltloomsburir. iim fiLrntnti,
day of December, A, 1 one thoucand i ight hun.
o, il. VOicn. Clerk O. a
lpaiy, doc (9, KHIT
To do tho best ho can every
merchant finds himself ut times
accumulating a class of goods
...t 1. 1 1 . ... t ,
which uo not, meei witn rauiy sato
and tho question is how to dispose
0f them. Somo carry them along
in stock wait;ng to rcalizo thoir
Vllvv U" MM-"'' WU1 "'
8U0U gus 13 10 l'mcc u,cm on our
n run i i t
uargaui inuio nnu at sucn prices
without regard to value as bring
immc - diato sale. A livolv miiirtor
boats a glow dollar.and dead stock
firtlfl tin t.lin mnrn.iimt.Wn.il'. Tl.nn
l I '
nSlli wo aic ol"ten cl,llbIci1 to by
at auction or bankrupt sales .job
lots of Hardware which wo place
on our table and trive voti the ben
efit 0nt. Among the articles are
. 1 ,. n l i- 1
for nil grades ot mechanics,
household goods and goods for
every body, articles in season
and out of season, very likely
something JOU WllUt at 11 price
thnt -n ,,. to
k v v
and look over the table. Lvoryc
thing marked in plain figures
Tl,n Knrrr.ro Rilvor Plntorl Vnrlu
11,1(1 P0011S wo BP0K0 10 -on IlU0Ul
betoro the Holidays are nearly all
a ir.-nlr rnm..rl.v.1 nfrm-
'UU'V'"B "Ul ""a"
meant what we said in offering
HOLMES & SCHUYLER.
the common I'Kasof
friend Samuel How er f
Columbia county No.
so, Sept. Term tteo.
Joteph s-. Kline. J
itbpcena In dlvrrce, alias BUbpocua In divorce,
ToJosethS Kline, tispondent In nboveslnted
case sir: ou nre hereby required tube una nppear
in onr proper pirscn at a couitof common I'lcas
to be held In liLtl ft r sld counts at Bloim-lnuir.l a.
on the tlrst Moadnycf Fibrutry toanser thebovo
Nntlce Is lierebv elien lhattlie followlntr necnunts
lnvo hocn tiled In tin: Prothonolarv'siinruor Uoluut-
biacounly anu will te presented to thu Ci.uitut
Uominon I'lens of suld count on 1 ue-i1nv. ihe fth
day cf Kebiu.ir) A. n, 1"1, and continued urter
mo lotitiu nay or saiu term unless exceptions be
tiled within that time.
1. First and llnal account cf I. K. Ki lckbaum Ccm.
mlttee of Samittl Ithu- e a lunatic.
li. The account of Samuel Crevi lice. Cntninlttf o 'ir
I).)t cas Crurcllng u lunatic.
O. M. (JU1CK, I'rolhoncUiy.
iiepuiy. Jan. 7, -si-ie
REAL ESTATE 1
In pursuance rf nn order of the Orphans' Court of
Cot, Co, rn-tho undersigned administrators of
David Lee, deceased, will exposo to public salu on
t!io premises In Iho town rf Light Mreet, Hull
townblilp Columbia county, I'n., on
SATURDAY, JANUARY 29 h, 18SI,
iho followlr g defcrlh?d reilestntc:
A House and Lot
situate In LIphtHlrcttlDS oUtowLshlpnr.il county
aforesaid, bounded on thencrthhy lot of John War
den, ou the eisr. '-y nn alley, on the south by nn al
ley, nnd on tho west hy Main f Ircet or road runnlntr
throu.h Light Mriet, containing one-third of an
acre mu it cr'tM.
Tkkws i i mi e. Ten fcrcent of one frurth ot Hi')
purchaso money to bo i aid nt tho striking down t f
tho property, the one-fourth less the ten per cent nt
the conrtimatlon of sale mil tho mnlntng three
fourths In ono year thcmifur with Interest Irom
HHEfi: p I It MAN,
d-c. lit, 'sn-ts Adinlolstrntojs.
DMINiSTKA foil's NOTICE
KSTATE OF POl'llIA. UII'I'KNSTIKL, DKCElSXP.
letters 1 1 ndmliilstratlun on the estate of SoDhla
Hlcinenstlel. 1 , to cf llrl.ire.ieck tonn-liln. Coluinbln
county, ileceused, have been grantt d tiv the lteglB
tercf hnldenunly to the ui deistiriied administra
tor. All persons having claims against the estate
are requested to nreoent liem for settlement and
those indebted to innkt- payment without Uelay.
C. YV. .Mtr.t.Eii. Atl'y. LvatisvHle, 1'. O.
Jan. 7, '60-gw
ESTATE OF VINCK.ST KlCUUtT. MtCKASED.
The nnd rslcnid nudltcr nrnclntrd bv iho Or.
rlunb' Court. ut Columbia to make distribution of
iho (unu in tho hands if (ieo. M. noell, extcuU'rct
wild tlecident to nnd iiinoig tho l nttles entitled
theielo, licieby gives uotleu mat he will sll In lie
dl-iharge nt luu dulles ut his appclntmenl al bis
rftlce In tho tnnn Itlmuisbur un Sntnidu l etiu.
nrj till, A. I)., IsSi, hi u.n u'cloek in the foieiioon
ol said da) atwht-htlmc Mid place ull perse ns In
teriMedln wild lund i.ic n uuliod to attend or be
toreHT debarrtd from any thure ol the same.
JOHN U. 1'itKEZi:,
Jan.T, 'c0-4w Auditor,
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Wo have notravellng agents.
Specimen number tent tix'o on application.
Bend 1'ot-t-onice money ortfer. bonk draft or reirls.
IVI wn-Mu lUTCUiaUIJ II, tUlYHUCl',
tuns at risk ot the sender.
Utux Kov.Xtw Yax,
HOLMES & SCHUYLER-
Although wc have under our
roof aa largo an assortment of
Hardware, Stoves, Tinware and
house furnishing goods as will ho
found in this section of the stale
and are constantly adding to our
stock, we find it impossible to
keep everything we aro liable to
be asked for,and to meet this trade
wo keep an order or accommoda
tion book, and will take pleasure
ot ull times in entering your order
and procuring all tho information
possible in regard to whatever you
want. Our acquaintance wilh tho
different, manufacturers through
out the U. S. is largo enabling us
in most cases to know at once to
whom to apply. We have a large
collection of illustrated .catalogues
from which you can often select
the article desired. We are al
ways prepared to furnish these
goods at manufacturer's prices, and
save you the trouble of sending.
This method has been largely ap
proved and wo arc daily taking
orders and receiving goods for
HOLMES & SCHUYLER.
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
Hall, taking up the whole
ground floor. A hundred
thousand dollars' worth of
good clothing, nearly all of
it new and fashionable, all of
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
tities. Here toward the end of
our most successful 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 : To get
our stock into the most at
tractive condition, without
regard to immediate profit.
And so, while this sale is
going on, the choicest, most
approved, most successful,
clothing we have is up stairs.
The 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.
Bring- back promptly what
you don't want at the price.
You can order by letter,
or buy here, according to
your own convenience. On
receipt of a letter from you,
will send the means of tak
ing your own measure. Then
you can tell us what you
want, near enough so that
we can take the risk of suit
ing youjr '
Wakamaker" & Brown,
Oak Hall. Market and SiiUi, FniLASXLruiA.
ESTATE OP HART MGHOAN, DECEASED. '
Letters of Administration nn iliftpstjitH nf MRrv
Mordan, lato ot lit, I'leasjut townshtp.Columbla co.,
ter ol said county to tho undersigned Administrator.
All iHrbons having claims agalust the cstae of the
decedent are requKsted lo pr-bent them for settle
ment, und those Indebted tuthoestato to make pay.
ment to the undersigned Administrator without
J. 11. l'ATTON,
Pee. tl ow. Administrator.
ESTATE OF HtllAK 11, BllOADT, DECEASED,
I cttcru of administration on the estate ot Hiram II.
Hroadt, lato of the tov, u ot Hloouisburg.ColutuL.la co.
I'eun'a., deceased, havo been grunted by tho Id gls
terof said county to l.ydta A, llroadt.admlnlstratrlx,
Hloomsburg AH persons liuilng claims against es
tate or Iho decedent aro requested to prebent hem
for settlement nmtthobo Indebted to thoestuieto
make payment to tho underblgncd Administratrix
LVHIA A. HUOADT.
., . Administratis,
dec. 10, VO-cw 1'. li, lllooomsbunr, .
undersigned Auditor nrnolnteit tiv ihn mart.
of Common Pleas of Columbia county to uiakn
distribution ot Uio fund In thu hands ot W. ll.Ali-
uoii, As-iguce ior mo nencnt of credltorn of llllam
Itiitip. to and umong tho lartltw entitled thueto,
will mett thu parties liter I'slcd at his otllie In
Hloomsburg on .Monday, iho ant day ef ,lai uary.
p-si, at two o'clock In the arterntou tjf tald day to
perforin the duties or his appuliitim-nt, when ant
nhcro ull rtrsous tntircbtcd aro required to pre
sent their claims to said tundor lo forever ui tarred
trum comlnirln forabharootbaldiund.
deo, M, fo-w Auditor.
LEGAL BLANKS O KhL KINDS,
UN HAND ATTUl OUUMU1AM Oltr-