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iu,oiisnimn, ntin.tr, mIyhi, issi
Henry llolliiigslioul, ndmliiWlrator of lliu
estate of Mary Cleaver, will soil roil estate In
Clanl'?, on Satnrdny, Juno 18.
Illrnm Slmgnw, iuliiilnilmtor of (leorfie
llotlcnb'ck, will fell roil cilHo on tlio premise
In Main township on .S.iturtliy July 2nd,
Guy II. MoMisicr, executor of Jolm Met.
Cilia, ileco.netl, will sail real estate, nt tho Court
JMu n on l''ri.ly, Junollrd nt t o'clock ii. m.
Th ltiingir!ntniinl;o things lively nt Kpy.
liMc bai9 can hwfully bo caught ott and nf
tcr Wodticstlny next.
A largo number of men nro nt work on tlio
roal in libjbtslrcot.
Mrs. W. A. Wnlion liaa u nice, flock of now
millinery gooda nt lic'r ntori In Jersey town.
Tho llupcrt Hotel U bolng newly papered
Snect l'otn'.o l'lnnls, 10 cent per ICO, S3
1000 at Jwopli Garrlcou'tf, Uloonifburg.
II. S. Iteny is making poms addilioni to tlio
ttftcliincry of his paint mill nt Ilupert.
Cnntl Krnmor of Jerseytown is doing a
large lumber business
Mr. Clinrles M. Qltton and family of Hrwnii
nab, Ohio, nro hero on a vi-It to relatives and
L. N. Moycr lias purchased tlio Thoma
property on Main Street, aud will remove there
about July 1st.
Somo of tlio farmers in the upper part of the
county havo had bad luck with their corn, nnd
have been compelled to rc-plant.
A. L. Fritz Eiq , deputy for Shciiir Knt, ha
retired from that ofiico nnd will devotu him
self to tho practice of law.
The repaint at Neal'a furnucowill bo made by
Joshua Kittuniun, who has contracted for the
prupsr and ppcedy prosecution of tho work.
Tlio number of water consumers is constantly
increasing. Several havo been nddtd during
ihe past week.
The foundation walls of the now Cor.UMlitAM
office nro completed. Thuhrick laying wiii be
commenced next week.
Hides of nomination of tho Democratic parly,
in paniphlol, for Palo nt this oflicc. l'rico 10
l'ort .Sai.i:. A twenty horse power elnlionary
(limine, in first clim older, luipiiro at tliw
oflice. may 0 -1-w
Mr. K. 11. Drinker went to Philadelphia on
Monday lo attend thu nnuuil mooting of tho
lilooinslmrg Iron Company, held on the follow
Miss Harriot llarman, formerly of Ibis town,
but lately of Allentown, has rttiimed to live
with her sister Mrs. Tubus at tho Kxchango
Mr. William (1. Gatclitll, cf tho Bradford
Sar, has sued the proprietor of tho Bradford
iViiM for calling him a fool. Now, it might be
There aro very few better country tiycrus
than that kept by A. K. r-milli at Jcrscytown.
The houso i3neat, tho table is excellent, nnd
tho genial disposition of tho l.mdloid makes it
a ple.iuro to stop thero.
Mondty noxt, May 30th, being a legal holi
day, tho banks will bo closed and thoso having
notes maturing on that ihy should oither pay or
renew thorn on Saturday, and thus avoid pro
tests. All should patronizo (ho festival lo bo given
by tha Illoomsburg Cornet Hand on Markit
Sipiarc on Saturday and Monday evenings May
2S and .50. Proceeds to be used lor purchase
of suits for five new members.
On and after Juno 1, no printing or wri.
ting will bo permitted on the address side
of postal card", except that imprinted thereon
nt the mmufictory; and Biich as may bo proper
for tho necessary direction of the same.
Chas. Eayro Iliuklo, Jersey City Heights
N. J., writes: "My eoh, a lad of twelve
yew, was completely cured of a terrible caso
ofKcJcrnaby the Culicura Kemcdios. I'rom
his hoad to his led was one mais of scabs."
Tim corner stone of tho M. K. church, at
Jonestown, will bo laid on Sunday, Juno fith at
half past teno'clock in the morning, ltev. M.
L. Smyser, of Berwick, will preach tho sermon
on the ground". A gcntral invitation to be
present is extended.
The Normal School liao hall club will take
a trip up thu river lo-morrow. In the after
noon they will play a game with tho Wyoming
Seminary nino in Kingston, and on Monday
will play a leturn game with tho boys of the
Wilkca-Ilirn) Acitleniy, in Wilkes-liarre.
An unusual number of persons have been
consigned to tho lock-up of late. If this port of
ehnnralizilion is to continue tho town authori
ties should furnish Ivttor accommodation'.
The colls of the old jail would bo much better
than the wretched building now in use.
Jeremiah Crowley and Michael Quinn were
killed nt Mill Creek, near Wilkcs-ISarrr, l.t
Saturdiy, by the caving of the fides of a new
shaft in process of construction. The soil was
rnirily and caved without warning, burying the
men. Thoir bodies were recovered.
The bond ordinance has been passed finally
by both branches of tho Wlllinnisport council
This is n good beginning, nnd if tho bondhold
ers will take tho bonds eiil'erol them, there may
bo n brighter fntiira for tho debt-burdetied
Mr. J. J. 11-ower is refitting tho store room,
formerly occupied by Moyer Ilros, and wll
poon display a fmo assortment of carpets, of vn.
ileus kinds nnd grades. Mr. lirowcr nnd oth
ers intend to carry on the business of banking
in the aiioo room.
Mr. Kckort Smith, of Hindi Haven met with
tpiito an accident while down the rnnnl boating
lastweckj breaking both bones of his left leg in
a frightful manner. Dr. V, 1'. Hill wis called
nnd set tho leg. Wo uro informed that Mr
Smith nt present, isdolnj woll Veruitk Inde
pendent. Chimbersburg, (Pa.) Herald.
After vninly spending ftao hundred dollars
for oilier remedies to relievo my wife, I have
no hesitation in declnring, that St, Jacobs Oil
vlllcure Nuuralgln, siys M. V. li. Hersom,
1'S'P, (of Pitiklum A Hersom,) Boston, Mass.,
an enthusiastic indorscr of its merits,
Tlio Pennsylvania Stato Teacher' Associa
tion will hold its next meeting nt Washington,
In the western part of tho State, July 20, 27 mid
23, Arrangements aro in progress to make this
one of tho largest nnd most succossful meetings
that has ever b;on hold, The town It attractive,
being tho teat of Washington aud Jefferson
Mr, John Thouif son appeared at Iho Opera
House on Thurs lay evening of last week, bf
lo-ro n not very largj audlenro, in a play enti
tled "Around Ihe World," This is inertly n
tills to a scritsof clmrncter skolchcs nnd music
al performances by Mr. Thompson, whope ver
satility Is much L'reatcr than his ability. Tho
tntertilnwont affords nemo amusement, but is
not cf a high gindo and has outlived its popu
larity. Variety trouf.tr, now-a-days, must os
flttj decided mult to nehieve euccc'c
Tho recent rains hive produced the mot ben
eficial results ris tcgirds tho growth of grass
nnd grain. I'rom present appearances there
will bo a decided fall In tho price of liny for
1SS1 ns compared with that of tho past you.
If you have pimples, boils, salt rhcum.rough
"kin, tako "J.tnJIos Blood Searcher."
Sold by nil druggists. may20ltv
Tho ttuslcos of tho Danville Iiinno IIopltil
ticny mo statement that Iho Insttranco comp.v
ntes Imvo refund to py Iho losos caused
ly Iho recent fire. Several cf th n mm
panios havo already pnid, and thnt too, without
claiming tho sixty days allowed by tho policies,
Section 0 of tho game and fish hws providos
mai no wild iowl, winch InelnJi-a geeso and
ducks of all kinds, shall bu killed or had In
pOHcsslon between Iho l&tli of May and tho 1ft
of H.ptemher, under a penalty nf ten dollars for
each wlul fowl killed, exposed fir palo or had
I'orgood Cabbigo Plants go lo W. II. Yl'
tcr. lie has about ono and n half acres best
seo.l sowed, nnd plants fine. liiayliitf
A new dally pipcr,27i(! 7iceoii(,has made Its n(:
poiranco in Danville. Itlsconsiilernbly Inrger
tl.au tlio .Sun, of this town, having five columns
tar. psgc. i hero is a llbcr.il number of nd
vennomenis ami muelt rending matter of a
general kind. Victor A. Loticr is editor nnd
publisher and II. W. Kjgert, local editor. The
Jlecord is to be mi Indepe ntlont journal.
A game of baso ball was partially ployed on
tho fair grounds lat Saturday between n club
composed of young gentlemen of the Wilktf
Bine Academy nnd our Normal Schocl nine.
Tho visitors wcro deflated by a icoro of 8 to C,
a result fur which they account by tho fact Hint
theylnvo had 1'ittlii practice together. Per
haps they will show n betjer record in tlio re
turn garao on Monday.
Sick hesdache, nervous headache, hcad
ncho from sour stomach, are all cured by
th. Mcltaur'a Headache nnd Myspcpsia 1'ilU,
Price 25 ceixta. may 13 !Jiy
There was glass bill shooting nt C.ilawissa
hutSilimhy in which H. It. Aldrieh was the
victor by a score of 18 wit of a possible 20. In
shooting ofT tho tlo with Willtim Kyor, .Mr.
Aldrieh was ngaln tho winner nnd is now the
champion. Several of tho members of the
C.ilawis'a club nro expert marksmen and pr:c
tice is rapidly making tliuir plooting extreme
If report) nro lo ha crodilcd, the fanners will
Invo a lively time fighting insect foes tins sen
son. Potato hugs have undo their appearance
in New Jersey and in several counties of New
York, and countless hosts ofnrmy worms have
begun their rivnges in both Ilia States named
Li'tyear the army worms fouu I their way into
Ponn-ylvanh but at so lato a date that they did
Cl'iirlos Harlmindicd onThursdiyof last
week, at tho residence of!. V. Sharplcss, this
tiwn, nged 72. He was a resident of Montnn
duii, Union county, and camo here on a visit,
intending soon to return. His sickness w.ib
brief nnd ho was unconscious for two days be
fore his deiih. Mr. Hartman was the oldest
of tight children and the first to die. The fiinar
al took place on Saturday and the body was in
terred at Catmvi'si.
A re y on going to paint'.' If so.send lo Henry
S. Bear, Montour Paint Works, Iluiierl, Pa.,
for sample card and prices of Strictly Pure
While Lead. Slite Colors, Iron Paints, Putty
& , and save the wholesale and retail profit.
You cm mix your own colors, from best mater
ial, witli Pure I.inscod Oil,for 7o cents to $1.-0
Respectfully Yours Sc.,
npr. lo-Cm Hkxuy S. Heat.
A children's meeting was hold in tho Pres
byterian church on Saturday evening last,under
tha au'plcoi of tho ''Woman';) Christian Tem
perance Union." Tho excrcires which were
very interesting, bcriu with singing, Bible
reading and praycr,nfter which there was ping
ing again. Miss Katie Young road an essay on
Temperance, Charles Lulz and Miss Alice
Brockway recited selections. After a few riiit
nblo remarks by Mrs. William Neal, a form
of pledge was read nnd twenty-eight children
Mgned it. Tho next meeting will bs lull in
the Butheran church on SUnnby evening,
W. H. Oilmorc's little daughter was bitten in
tho mouth by n vagrant cur, on Tuesdiy, Ono
of tho dog'e teeth penetrated the in.ule of the
child's lip miking a painful nnd troublesome
wound. At this writing both of the little girl's
lips are much swollen, hut no serious resu ts
aro anticipated. Wandering dogs should never
bo permitted lo remain in a town of tbit t-ize.
Pistol cartridges aro cheap and the judicious
use of ono of them may prevent much huma.i
buffering and perhaps pave n life.
A well equipped and properly conducted liv
ir stable is undoubtedly an invaluable public
convenience, and travibrs have nn increised
respect for a town in which pnch an establieli
men I exist'. Tho nahle of Mrssrs. liuckalew,
in the rear of the Court house, is one of the
kind, and is a credit to Blooni'b'ir,'. About a
ibv.en carefully groomed horsss stand in the
stalls reatlv lor ue, and vehicles of all kinds
atoto hi found in the largo shed. Both nn!-
malsaml cairiugis aro superior to those ordi
narily offered for the ti.-o of the public and Ibis
fuct accounts or the pop Jltrity ot uhijucm.
We havo rcn;.itedlv c dle.' Iho nltcntlon of
the Town Council lo tlio nrcf'sliy for passing
.-in orJinanco ritiuiring tho muzillrg of dogs
during hot weillier, Nt) heel was pud to iho
si'"eion. Now that a child hts been bitten
by a worthless cur, perhaps ilia tow.i aulliori
ties in ay deem it nilvisahlo to tako so u meas
ures to protect tho litllo ones. To kill a dog
afT it his bitten a liumiii hsintr, Is very like
loeki.ig the s'ablo door afier tho hor-o is stolen.
Tho poison is not oxlrietel from the wound by
tho slaughter of tho animal. As there la no euro
for hydrophobia, prevention is the only thing
We havo leicivcd a milt pamphlet conliiln
ing a history of tin- great lire nt .Milton on the
l lihofMny 1W0. TIitu is n sketch of Ihe
di3islerby llev. W. II. i jtwald.giving nil tho
important f.c's. Tho tiro c.vui'led over moio
tlmn nun hundred nercs nnd ilostroyed property
valutd at f2,tUO,000. Tbreo thousand people
were rcndirtd bom b s'. Tho pamphlet ron
tilns full reports uf the o,'al iirircediugs rela
tlvutothu distributiin t f tho relief fund, and
a fchiddle showing It iw end to whom iho dis
tribution wasmaib d' more than SS0.000. The
totsl iimount in tho hands of the nustce.swas
SS7,819.10 nnd the expenses w.ro S1070.C3,
Mdton has rapiilly recovered fioin the terrible
vislla'ioii of llatno and is prospering.
Williamson H. Jao-by is still at Pittsburg ns
a Juryman in iho United Slates Court. Ho is at
present ingagjd in two cases, which aro bsiug
tried together, In which some Michigan Indiuns
aroilaiming ihotillo In land in PilUburg. The
names of Ihe parllei to iho puitaro ns follow.:
Jack Potpiaw, Ke-ne-gaw, and O-gaw.haish-caw-mo-'piay,
Ills wife, for tho uso of the
Hi d 0 giw-'oilsli-jaw-mo-qiiay his wife, vs.
p.llza A. Darlington, impleaded with Nc-bay.
i,o-c, and Wuw-sc-che-waw.no-riuay, his wife.
Tho Indian claimants nro In attendance at tho
tiiil, nnd their lesiimony Is given tliiough in.
terprolers. Mr. Jncoby will be homo about Ihe
last of next wtek, (iuy Jncoby, Kj , is attend
ing to tho duties of tho ItegMoi'j ofiico in his
Nervous headache, periodical lirsilnche
rouralgla hendache ctucl by J)f, Mittaw't
Jfeadaeim nnd J)ispfiilui JVU, Prlco 25
UU WW s33w
THE COLUMBIAN AND
Tho city ntiihorillesof Wlllics-Bnrrf, recent
ly ossiyed lo end n ptst house for the rrccp-
tion of small pnx patlcntr, nt n point just out
side the citv limits. It was n lliou'niid ft et
from tlio neatest dwelling. IVrpIo living In
the viclnl'y bccitno intcti'ily txrllcd, hit 1 mi
Indlgintlon meeting nnd employed a lawyer
to procura nn Injunction lo flop proceedings.
Judga Wo.idwanl granted this, and now the
authorities cay thnt ihoy will build a pest house
in tho heart of tho city If tho matter is al
lowed lo remain In lis present shape.
V 1 S I II 1 , 14 1 M I'Tl 0 V K M V. N T.
Mr, Noih Bates, Klmlrn, N, Y., wrllrsi
"About four years ngn I bad an nllnck nf bil
ious fever, and never fdlv iccuvernl. Mv ill.
gcslive organs wero weakened and 1 would he
completely prodrntod fordnvs. Alter lisinc
two bottles of your Burdock III od Hitlers the
Improvement was bo vlsibbt that I was nslon
Ishcd, I sail now, thouah 01 vi-ars of ng.', do
n fair a-ul rensonablo day's wotk." Prko $1.
trial sizi 10 cents.
Unsightly pllis of broken stone disfiguro the
Main Street nnd for appearance sako plionld be
.'omoved without delay. There tiny bo a doubt
as to whose duty it is to do this work, but if an
accident occurs and mm or boast is injured, Iho
town will Invo to piy the dama- 03. Thochenp
est itan is lo cirt nwiy the tone, which opin
ion is submitted lo tho Town Council for con
sideration. If the hoipsnro to remain It would
ho well to lnng a lantern over cadi one, to
warn drivers. It would look a littls like a per
tnment torchlight procession, but it wanld cost
less than a bill of dam.igos.
100,000 Cibboge Plan ts fors.laby W. II. Yd-
Ur, Bloomsburg, P.i. Patches on .Fourth
'.rect, near Market. mny27lf
ti:.MottiAi, day ci:iii:.monii:s.
In aceordanco wilii custom, the graves of tho
soldiers who lost their lives in lh war of tlio
ltebellion, will bo strewn with flowers uti Mon-
thy next, tho SO.h inst. The Bloouitburg Cor
net Band, the various firo compinles nnd citi
zens ili meet nt three o'clock in the afternoon
on the pubi c sipiaro where they will form in
liii't nnd thtneo proceed to the Normal School.
Then; iho tudcnls will I lin them nnd marih to
tliccemetcry- After tho play I rg of n peliciioti
by tlio band, Mr. I). A Hockley wid dttiftr nn
mldrtss, Thu ballad "Cover them nvir with
beautiful flowers" wid thin be sung, ntal will
bo fiiccou lid by hand uiuic. Tlio ceremony
of decking tbogravcswilli llowerswill conclude
the excrci'cs Mr. it. P. Mailiy will be the
lumbal of liia d.'V.
SUNDAY SCHOOL CONVENTION.
OiiTiie.-dny nnd Voluediy next, May 31t
and .liino 1st, tho Unlunibit Uoiinly hiimlny
Soiiool Aesici.ition will bol l n ronveniion in
the '.'on brick church, noir Peabrtown, I'i'h-
ingcreek township. Sessions will bo held in
the mornim.', afternoin and evening of each
day. All Sundiy soliool wirkvrs are coidially
invited to bo present, and are reipic3t"d lo
prepare thsmsalvei t) speak on sonnof the
many to ies lo bo dlcit'iil. Uicli Sundiv
pchoi.l represented IseKpee'ed ti tako a collec
tion and scud the sum obtained to help defray
the expenses of the Convention. Deligatis
from a distance will be entertained free, nnd
conwy.incs from Bloomsburg can he obtained
at rcannahls rites by notifying Klias M, Iiu
b'liigh, at Porks, this county, fivo days before
Judge Klwell held court nt Danville this
C. K. Kesslcr was in Pliiladolpliia this week
buying new goods.
Hon. C. 15. B.ickibw an 1 dipt. C. II. Brock-
way alien led court at I.aporte this week.
Mr. and Mrs. J, A. Punstou Hurled on their
western trip on Tuesday morning.
Mrs. S. A. Yorks of Danvillo pptnt a few
days in town this week with Jli's Kiwell.
T. W. Conner went to New Ycrlc and Philv
delphiaou Jlonday to purchase goods for his
Jliss A.D. Webb his returned from ihe west,
and wo are informed, intends to make her liuuio
II. Chy Hartman of hock IIa7cn, formerly
of this town, was here last week to attend his
W. 0. Mclvinuey and Charlie W. McICelvy
are spending a few days lip tho creek, trying
their hands at trout fishing.
Pursuant to call, the members of tho Colum
bit County Agricultural Society mot in tha
Opera House on Saturday, May 21, for the pur
pose of electing officers for tho coming year.
'Iho meeting was called to order by Hon.
E .J. McIIenry, with Fred. B. Hirtmnn acting
as Secretary. S. J. Connor nnd E, J. McIIen
ry wero nominated for Chairman, (loo. H. Kl
well and K. D. Ljidy wero appointed as tell
ers. Tho voto stood, McIIonry, 153; Conner,
SI. Mr. McIIenry then assumed his duties.
0:1 motion, Itohcrt Buckingham was appointed
reading clerk, K. 1). Leidy and W. J. Bucka-h-w,
secretaries. The minutes of the last annu
al meeting wero adopted as read. Tho finan
cial statement of tho past year was adopted an
read. It was ngreed that the sal iries of the
President, Secretary and Treasurer be ll o samo
ns Inst year. linn, M. 0. Ilughis nnd I'reis
lAiwlcr wero nominated for Prosidcn. Mr.
Fowler d'cllned beluga cindid.ilo and a mo
lio.i lo reomsidir the closing of the nomina
tions wis 1 nt. Mr. John O. Jacoby wns au
thorized lo cist tho vote of th Society for Hon.
.M. (J. Hughe', nnd tho Ch ilr declared him duly
elected. The following nominations wero undo
fir Yico Presidents: Freis Fowler, Peter A.
Hvans, U. II. Hut, 0. L. Sands, N. H. W.
lirown, IJobort Purfcl, I!. K. Bitlui nnd ().
W. Chcrriugloii, Tho Chair nppolnlid D. T.
Jones and Stmuel Ki-ner tillers. The voto
siood, Fr)is Fuwler, 131; Puter A. KvanslSI;
U. H. hut, loll C. L. Sands, 13:'; N. II. W.
Brown, 82; ltolcit Pursol, 81; O. W. Cher
ring'on, S'2; B. F. Batten, 82. Mosts; Fow.
ler, Kvans, Kut nnd Sands wero clecttd. Tho
bdanee of tho lijka: wis voted for at one time.
Tuo following nominations for Kxecutlvo Com
mittee were made: Williim Shall'er, Jnmes M.
I) wid, Samuel Camp, P. S. Harinan, Neho
mia'i Kilcheu and Aaron Smith; for Svcre
iary. Fred. B. Ilaitiuan and W, M. Monroe;
for Trowirer, James C, Brown and Jno. F.
Poicock: for Librarlin, Tlionns Webb nml
KiiBirton; for Member of Stale Board of Ag
riculture, Chandler F.ves nnd 1C. M. Towks
bury. Mr. I, Bower was nlo nominated, but
d clincd. ThoChtir nppolnud Jehu Hart
in in nnd I. B. Ikelor toilers, Win. Krlckbaum
clork. The vote stood, Wm, Slull'ir, 101; Jn.
M. Hewitt, 100; Simuol Camp, 102; P. S. liar
man, Oj; Nehciniah Kitchen, 05 1 Aaron
Smith, GO, Messrs, Sliallor. IK-wid nnd Camp
wero elected as Kxccutivu Commuter. For
Secretary, Frol. 11. Hartman recolved 101)
votes and W, M. Monroe, 01, Hirlmiu was
declared elected. Js. C. Brown was Heeled
Treasurer, receiving 120 votes nnd Juhn F.
Peacock 103; for Lihiariiin, Thomns Webb re
celvod 15$ voles, F.1I Bitton,(lj; for Member
State Buard, Chandler lives, 133, U. Jl.Tewks
bury, 5?, Messrs, Webb and Kves wrro de
i lareil elected, Amotion to extend tha time
for purchasing membership tickets from Janu
ary 1st to Muv 1st was lod, A molion to elect
tie ratten ta the Statu Colloi,..', was PiiKti.led,
liy leaving It in the hands of I lie Committed ns
foritiPi) i. The th inks of the Society wi ro ten
dered iho tellers f. r their services, and nlitr
pome remarks led been made roncetulng the
nianurr of voting nt ll:e next tIecllon,the meet
How often persons havo been annoyed by
hurrs rllnglnj; in tlieir uiess or tiotiiing, nnd
Ikiw seldom havo Ihev. when edennlnir ihoiu.
given It n Ihniight that Burdock Hoot is iho
most vnlnalil') lilood cifinser and pin llier known
and It is mid by evt ry drugal't iindtir the nnmo
eiflluidocli I;) (itl Uilttrs. l'rico $h00, trial
tlio 10 nt
DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
Half the ills of liiinini Ufa proceed from n
torpid nnd disordered liver. Submit to them
no loneer whllo "riellct's Liver Pills" will
euro y on quickly. Pries 2" cents. mny20lw
In ro'pect lo tho memory nf Col Thonins A.
Scolt, cx-t'resident of tho Punsjlvnnta Hail
roid, the direclors of tint corporation have or
dered a general draping in bhek ol nil the vast
propcily of Iho company. All tho locomotives
nnd cars belonging lo tho company havo been
CIIKAP It. 1!. TICKHTSTO THK WKST.
If you nro going west savo llmo nnd mciiey
by buying tickets. from It, I). Darlington, nsent
tit Uupert. Ho represents best routes to the
west nnd norlhwe'l. Trains leave Uupert nt
G:If, a. m,, 8:50 n. in , nnd -l,0(! p. m, For
rales and Information, call on or nddrrss
H, D. Daummiton'.
May 12-Cv Ticket Acenl, Huperl, Pa,
This month there will bo (overal important
conventions of the Young Men's Christian
Associations, The eleventh nnunnl convention
of sccolaries will bo held at Cleveland, Ohio,
May 20, 21j In the same citv, May 24, will be
held Ihe seventh German National Convention,
and from May 25 lo May 29 Iho tttcnly-fjiirlh
International convention. Tho ninth "World's
Convention" will bo held in London, Kngland,
July 30 lo August I.
Till) BOUND UNLOOSHD.
Char. Thompson, l'rinklln strict, Buffalo,
pays: "I have stiflWcd for a long time with
constipation nnd tried almost every purgilivo
advertised, but only resulting In temporary re
lief, nnd afier 'rnnsllpntion still more aggra
vated' I was told about your Spring Blossom,
and tried It, 1 can now ray 1 nm cured, nnd
though pomn months havo clapped, still remain
fo. I shnll however always keep somo on
hand in c.io of old complaint reluming." Pri
ces; 51, 00 cents, nnd trial bottles tu rents.
-t - . -
To meet tlio deinniid lor tin; indlsnensablo
Self Binding Harvester, D. M. Osborno &
Co,, of Altbiirn, N. Y,, nro building ten
thousand sill-hinders, ibis year, besides
twenty live or thirty thousand .Mowers and
Ucnpors. It will be well for fanners con
teiiiplntliig buying new machine to rood
c.iretitlly tuo "Osburno Monthly," which is
sent gratuitously to farmers by mail wheru
tin ir iianic-s havo been sent to the riimjuiny.
Tho May number will bo found very inter
esting, mid will be furnished freo by the
Agents of I) M O.-boriie & (Jo.
11 AitMAN & Has.si:rt, Agent',
May 20 lllnnnisbtirg, Pa,
Chirk fi&m do not tako orders, bittcpsh,
and helicvu their customers save money by
W. II. Yutter, agent for tho Celebrated
Itliac.i Ur.-atip; nlso cells pIx mukis tirst-class
Sewing .Machines. Needles, Oil and At
tachments fur nil machines. Ollice corner
Main ami Market MrcN.
Kibboiis In ombro sliadi s, also plain col
ors. Flowers of nil kind nt Ulark iVc Son's.
Parents, reniember wo havo n very largo
stock ot Children's Clothing, anil much
nicer nn 1 cheaper than you can make them at
home. Uall unit seu lur yourae es at
Parasols and Fain at city prices at
Clark & Son's.
Hcmcmber Hiindy has made arrangements
for a lull supply ot Iresti Lake fish tor tho
mouth of June.
Wo have now open n new lino of chil
elie'tis' Lico Caps ami Bonnets from -10 cents
lo i?j. Call aud see and save mouey.
Clark cc Son.
Tho season for repairing your Mowers,
lleapers, Tlireslti.ij; -Maolilues and other
farming implements is athaud,iind tho idaco
to liuvu repairing done is at JlAK.MAN &
liASSinif'ri Foundry and Machine htiop.
This is the only plaeo in tho county where
D. M. Oaloornu ei Co's. machines are im
paired. A lull line of extras for all the
leading mowers, reapers, i!cc.. kept constant
ly on hand. -May 20 1 w
FuJl size heavy linen Carriaije lap robes
at Luti'iSc ijloan'H.
Wo havo been to tho city this week and
laid iu more now Ladies' Hats aud Bouuets.
You can savo mouey by calling at our store.
(Jiurk & Sou,
Nobby Business fcutts,
Flegaut Dress Suits,
Durable Working Suits,
Now ouhand at David Loweuberg's,
More black Oashmerea nud Silks this week
at Lilt'.! Jsaloan's.
Ladies, wo keep our stockof Dress Gooc's
iu the new untiex. You can fitid dress goods
fiom 10 ceuts per yard up to 2, and ui pri
ces that will compare with any city retail
prices. Bring your samples and compare.
Clark & Son.
Daiid Lowenbefg would inform his cus
tomers iiadtho pubim iu general, Itial hav
ing completed thu alterations in his Store',
ho is now prepared to supply his customers
witli ttiu latest styles of Clothing. Now on
hand a muguilicstit stock ot Keady-unide
Clothing, holecleel expressly lor ttie Spring
trade. Call and inspect aud seo lor your
selves. Z. T. I'owler, Willow Urove, Pj. wants
100,000 Hail Hoad Ties. May HJ-liw
Tho largest variety and blgge.-.t stock of
Corsets to telrct Ironi at uiaiE ec con s.
Tlio lisii trado continues, the vegetable
trade continues, llio Irutt trade continues
ami Buudv continues to pell nnd deliver itt
your door lrcsU goods on Tuesdays unit
Boots and Shoes, Finest, Hestuud Clte.ip
est at F. D. Dentlor's.
Clothing for all, no matter what your
size, age or condition uiav tie, at tho Poptll.tr
Clothing Store ol David Luwenberg.
Wo havo now our third lot of Parasols
for the tctsou. Tlicy aro kept in tho nn
nex, Clark & Sou,
Furniture- Cretoues only 23 cents a yard
at Lut. Sloan's.
L?avo your Orders! Lenvo your Orders at
Buudy's lor Irosli Fsh, Fruit and VegetatJles,
Uuudi ilcltvered at your door tree of charge,
largest Hue of Ladies' Slippers act! fino
buocs at Dentlcr stonoe etoiu.
Lawns, llic btst 12J cents; Percales,
cents nor vaul: Ciiniihams for Dresses.
Inrgo variety of patterns. In fa;t, wo have
unu of tlio largest stock of wash goods wo
uavu ever uuu aim lie prices mo lowest,
C'ume nud look ot our stuck.
Clark A Sou.
All tho novelties in foot wear at F. 1).
For Indies' linon or cloth Ulsters go to
hresh Fish. K.O. Huntly denier in Fish,
Fruits and Vegetables, is reeeiviim daily
Ironi tho fisheries on Lako Frio tho tliU'erent
varieties ol Lako fish, nich as Trout, Pike,
rieKerei, eaimoti uuu wintc-iisii,
Highest Cash pi Ice pild for WheAt and
ityo tiv i; t'liwier, willow urove.
As Iliavcjust returned from tho South I
will bo pleased to seoull my Friends. Bring
on your wucal, ityo and Kail Hoad Ties,
'.. T, Fowi.ku,
May 13 3w Wiixow Cluovi:.
Japanese Parasols only 15 ceuts nt Lutz A
Seo a woman picking a bunch nf gr.ipei
Iu another column, at Spper's Vineyards,
from which Speer's Port Grape Wine- U
mndp, that is so highly esteemed by tho
medical profession for tho uso ot invalids,
weakly persom and thu aged. Sold by
j, . tviuiiu, jau t oi iy
Ho for ft Hat I
For tho Intent styles,
For tlip lamest assortment
Fur Men, Youths, Hoys and Children,
W t0 4wm uowenucrfis,
Wheat per bushel
Ityo " .
einls, " t ,
Ptour per barrel ,
laira per pouna ...
liny per toil
llcuswnx , . , ,
Arc you n buyer of Men's or Boys'
Clothing nt retail? Do you .need
clothing for the farm, tho office, tho
work-shop, tho coutt-rooni, or the
pulpit? Do you want boys' clothing
for the fchool-rooni, or for dress? Do
you prefer to buy clothing ready-made
or to order? Arc you in need of
If yes, to any or nil of these tpje
rics, stato your needs to us, that wc
may send you samples and prices.
is, Will this pay for the trouble ? You
must judge. Wc will make up tlio
case, you must elcciile it. Hut we
mti'.t loll you that we have crcatcel
the Largest Hctail Clothing Business
in the United States by the simple
method of giving the best clothing for
the le:i',t money. Wo mean that it
shall pay you to buy of us. If you
buy anil arc not pleastd, return the
goods for exchange, or demand your
S. K . Cor. Sixth & Market Sts.
in- vei I'eiu.i:
11 virtue or power In tint will ot John McOalln,
lute of Steuben county, Ni-w Yuri:, deceased, Iho un
iteislsned.onecftlio ;v enters uainidln tho will
ami netlnc cNveutor in said estate, will orTer at pub
llosalt nt tlio tJ.iiirl Itouso In lilocinfMirg, nt ono
oclock lntUantternoon on
Friduv, June 3rd, 1881,
All that tract or parcel of land sltmto In tlio town-
thtp ot lleirer In th' c rrity or rolumbl i nnd Stnto
or Pennsylvania, formerly Catawlssa township,
Norlhumberlaiii county in said HnU) or l'cnnsjiv.,
nla, becltintnj nt a past, theneo by land of Danlc)
Keyersoutn slMcon and one-half decrees enst threu
liuiiitrcd nnd fventy-nlno pcrcbe3 lo a post, thence
liyliud otJtssj Evans north twenty-clsht degrees
e-istetjlity-tour pcrchci ton post, theneo by land
of J tse lirooks north twelve uesrecs west eighteen
perches to n black oak, ilienco noitli scventy
elRlit neurees, east elffliry perclies to a post nnd
thecco by lanils of Catlurtno lamgenberircr uortli
sixteen degrees west two hundred and seventy-
two prcli"? to a post, theneo by land of George
LonKenbergerijoith twenty-oto degrees westonti
hundred nnd twelve perches to n post, and theneo
by ltr.d of 'I'hcni is Lemons outh siventy degrees
west ono hundred nnd sixty perches to tho place of
Three Hundred and Seventy-two
and two-Uiirds Acres
of land nnd nllowanco cf six per cent tor roads,
which sail tract of land was surveyed tn pursuance
cf a warrant dated 23d day ot August, I'M granted
to Andrew Clark.
The land is unaeatcd and 13 supposed to contain
TCltMs'. Two UioSreJ and nrty dollars on strik
ing down tho property, and ths balance In ten days
on delivery of the deed by tlio executor.
GUY II. McMAKTKIt,
NOTi. IIese. The property was sold fur tho taxes
last June, and tho amount rotpilretl for tae3 nnd
redemption from tliat s.i e lo which tho above salo
will bosubjjet, will bo f'.D.vo. In addition to which
will bo Iho taxes accrued slnco iho said sale, on a
reduced valuation amounting to about iltteen dol
lars a year.
.Ioun Q, Fkkezz,
May cth, 'ol-ts! Attorney.
LliTOF UEALUUS IN COLUMIilA COCS'TY.
I linri'bv certify that tho followlnc itst cf dealers
taken, returned and classlllid by mo In accord mco
uuu Hie Mvi.-r.il nets of Assembly. In and for tlio
i ear 1 vl,ts correct to tho b.-st of my knowledge and
ll T ew
C. A. Hhuman, neneral Store,
T. J. fliuuiaii, (irocery,
Joseph Miuinan, lloiel,
Miinan iireuuciiui'i, huh-i,
ti. 1'. iirluHime'i ueiieral store,
Loll Michael, lleneral Store,
Illram Hess, Hotel,
II. 1'. Cveritt lleneral Store,
.1. J, McIIenry, lieueral store,
II. d; A. Mellenry, lieueral Store,
Kin.iniiol l:dLMr. Hotel.
n do oo
la in on
1:1 Hi ii
s 1 1 1)
J. U, Jidaon eieaeral store,
II. it. lhwcr. (lenernl stoie.
13 111 III)
It. II. I.tttlo. Dill,' MOIV,
r. 1,. iiisii'iiiursi, ruiniuiri-,
II. U. Wisilir. Eating House.,
till I ll
.1.11. Hon. " " . .
r.aiiies K iirauioiu, noois ana Miaes,
M. A, tAieb, uiolhtiig,
i:. l). 1'uwler, I'ui uliuro and Paper,
.). ll. DiuttericK, huuouery,
E. f. Kau, llui dwarf,
A, v. 1) ekiun, ilenur.d store,
Vivas a: Pro tieueral Store,
odiIv ko .v 'i liurnton. lleneral Store.
11 1." i
13 111 UO
1 1 7 II.)
A, in ll lain, Drug store.
U, .M. IIIICKIIIJII, LUUlt'LllOULiy.
It UorgLi-. lnlaur.tnt,
lioHiii.uiA- e'i Uinnii, ilenerat Store,
i: i:. Aii.uiw. lifiu'i-id sioni.
U .'U llll
i.l 111 UO
1 1 7 llll
11 7 no
r, 'iii no
& '.'0 no
e s i on
It 7 10
14 7 CO
ll. M. llainard, Tobacco and l'l,'.u's,
ll. A. llucklngiiain, stoves aim Tinware
u. W. Muuge-r, hullug Hoiiw..,
i'ii':is.t bios . 1. umber.
John Keller. Hcer lintilor, ,
Jaikson i, Wo'jcun, tieueral More,
U.S. Ent, stoves nnd Tluwnie,
II. M. E ans i: Ilro., tieueral Store,
I. w. Melielvy, tleneral .Merchendlse,
Alexander tz ll oodlious.1, store,
V. M. eniiii To. Eating Home,
J, I' Caldwell, conf.ctlouery,
o so oo
14 7 1)0
s ill uo
14 7 00
L, liros,, cioining ntore,
L. T, siinriless, Notlou store,
l.ut. sloan, ncueriil store,
N, J. llfiidei hott, Hrug and Teas,
IV, II ullmore1, llestnurant,
C. It. Itobblna, I bpior store.
William K reamer, neneral stoio.
E. ll. iironer, stoves and lluwaiv,
Willi mi A li-n.tlroeery,
William llabb, "
S. W, e'o'iner, "
i). strou i, " , ,
I). A. creasy, eiencral Htoio,
J. 11, Klnpoit, llruuuud Hooks,
C. E. KehU"-, Hoots und Shoes,
A, .1, Evans, Cliithlus store,
C. e'. Mil ir. llenersl More,
E. Jacob, tijelciHaiid llsh,
JosulIi Decker, Candy store,
,r, H, wiSon, lloo.s utid shOkS,
I, K, Mtlllor, Oene 'al store,
I, , muijiin K Co . ilai'dwaie,
Holmes x ho)ler. Hardware,
Eoula liernhard, Jeweler,
E. cndniau, Kurnlture,
i.eorgo lirown, llote1,
ti. A, Wilson, confectionery,
U. K. Savago, .leweler,
II, J, Clark .V sin, lieneral Store,
I'eter Ulllmeyir Co., eiioeery,
T. webb, 'looaeconlst,
r. llro.s lii'Stai'-jiit.
Mrs. Jane Seott, Co ifectlonery,
W. it. Tubes. Hotel,
(I, A, Clark, lluok storo,
V. 1). Deutler, Hootsnud Shoes,
Moyer Hies , Wkolosnlu Drug store,
15 10 1',,
11 7 UO
fi 0 till
13 111 UO
11 7 01
14 7 IKI
14 7 llll
11 7 IKI
14 7 Ull
14 7 nn
7 II I
13 10 UO
VI 12 CO
a to uj
14 7 (XI
II IS (III
13 10 UO
ft til) (10
13 10 IM
Slour Pros., Drug store,
C. I). (liHguaii, .Moves Qt
and Tinware. it
W, 11. You r, sowing Machines (indOigans.li
llarlinan Ilros . Urooerv.
,!,Salt.-r. Seu lug Machines and Organs,
I, K. Whary.stovos nnd Tinware,
J. K. Ever, lleneral Store,
W. J. e'orrtlt k co l'uridtuio Htoro,
Jacob Keller, Wholesale Notlous.
Hundy c Jo hai t, tlrocery,
Sluger Mailt g. Co., Sewing Machlnoi,
u. A.KIclm, Druggl'l,
II ei, Hartman, carpet Storo,
I. V, llartiii in, iio-iural storo.
llavld laiwenberg, Cothlug Store,
Henry liieim, ilrocow,
Milium (llger, Ilolel,
(i. M k J.K. I ockard, coal Dealern,
C.W. Neal silro.,Uoul Healers,
i), a. Jacoby, coal nnd tlrocery,
11 Y. Sharplosa, Merctiaiidtte.
lllooinsburg Iron Co , lienern) Store,
W. c, idcliurd, 1'lour und IVed,
.1. W, lloninsu, ' "
,1, ll. steckcr. 't
John Wolt Agricultural Implements,
A, U'ttla. ilucUtir,
X). A, J&coDy, Liquor StorO,
13 10 00
14 7 00
10 JO 110
13 10 00
lo toe. i
HOLMES & SOHUYiiBR
Wo Imvo just opened n stock of
A ....!. .li .1 C.i..1 -...I.!. .
eiyriiuiiiuriii oiuuis, ollllIVIUOl'
Teeth of dilleront styles, shovel
Plow MudM and plates made
from tho finest quality of steel,
Harrow lcetli already made.
dicapor than you can buy the
iron and make them. "Wo have
also taken the agency of the pat
ent lour potnleil
Which wo are prepared to sell at
manulacetirer $ prices. This 13
undoubtedly (he best stylo wire
lenco made and is si positive pro
lection njruinst the smallest ani-
msils. Costs but 87 cents a. rod
lo build u four strand fence, in
cluding poals, makiiur it tho best.
cheapest and most durable fence
HOLMES & SCHUYLER.
et. T Knstpr.batiiler. Hotel,
. Irticki'Mnllli-r. It.-KtiiiiMint,
S li. Iih iwii, st.ju-sati'l Tlii.vin
ttliu mi Dettviier. iien,-ril sron-,
William A. Swank. " "
V. Miioh, iJctiiuranr,
J. It. Kl.tter, Ilolel,
tiilb'-rt x Kline-, ejeneral Store,
c r. Harder, Lumber nnd Hardware
s. it. Ilelmer, ili'iieral Mur1.
(loorn.Maiilii.t. liunlsanil slii.rv
III 10 0.1
la in nn
in an ii i
it 7 no
14 7 no
11 7 00
J. K. th irnn'ss ,t Sjiis, lituorul Store,
l". E. llardi'r, KuniUure,
John MtCoy I'onreeiloni'ry,
i mi l in ii .v lu-iiii,', r iirinturo
Win John, stoves .V Tinw n re.
i nn Kenmii er k Keri r, Hooks nnd miimc,
I. M. Smith. Ilnrdwaro and llniL-s.
S. 1). Hlnard, lieueral Mure,
! 1'. eJsiniin.Iirug store,
A. II. Clenierstuves anil Ttnwnte,
1', ll.siiuman, Clothing and lioot-s,
1 1 7 in)
ii. r, cornier k .-.on, ient'r.ii More,
I. II. soeshollz. lieueral More,
Win. r.eikhlfner. t-cstaurant.
rntnwlssi I'aper Co , i ui, Dealers,
iiouu.mciiscu, coai 1'eaier,
John I, Kline, Ho'el,
A. ll. cliutrh, (lenrrnl store,
S f 11 (ill
la lo ih)
r, rn no
5 jo en
r -jo do
i.uuiL'i neuies, jioiui,
Mrs Annie MeKli'mnn. llpstmirnnf.
Mis Miry.M"riroe, Itestauraut,
win. Herbert, store,
V.. Tay'nr Fowler, drain and Coal,
Jueoli bponsler, tleneral Store.
J. S Mann, Hotel,
Hiniuas llrnbst. (Irocery,
la in no
1 1 7 0)
1 1 lo no
14 7 00
11 7 (HI
14 7 00
low nro. ,; i;o i,enrai Moro,
Whlimlre x Envln, (lenernl store,
FdAard Wagner, (I'nral - tore,
Fred Ilajenbuch, Farm Implements,
.Tames (loldswovlbv. Ko'ni.
El '25 OJ
11 7 no
n vn on
5 so i o
Mrs. Johanna o'Couaer.Lluuor Store,
11. F. currv. Holt I.
C (I, Mnrpliv, (leneral store,
.1 Stnudeninler, lte.stanrnnt,
Janus Morrison ltestaurant.
Mrs. Cain lteatatirint,
o li. Millim, neneral Store,
Edward McFaddon, ilroeurv,
14 7 no
i. iiiLT.uivea ami j uiware,
(I. W. Davis, sr. DniL- Sinn-.
Andrew l-nnalian, eiioeery.
irm .v itiun., lieoerai -sroro.
l). E. Keller, siovr.snnd Tinware,
I. 0. HLiek. (Iroeei v.
Thomas co'lins, llestnurant,
Knllf'rl. V,,pi-pll. llp.lonpi.,
Mrs. E, llnffey, (ieuerni Store,
John Mown, Hoots nmi shoes,
I,. A. litter Co.. lii'iiexa! storp.
14 7 no
10 vo no
11 7 00
s no oo
(I. W. Mich tel. (irecery,
Ui. I L-IULT, XlL'iei
W.N. Hoiler, Store,
Hurt S: Sivase, store,
(I. M. Howell. More.
14 7 00
14 7 (10
c. II. Meyers. Patent Medicine,
J. Meileury a liros. eiencral Store,
M. Motlenty uio's. tleneral store.
J. M. Ammorman, General storo, -
Ellas Ooorge tc Son. ocner.il Storo,
14 7 0)
II 7 IKI
11 7 IK)
11 7 01
V' 12 .'HI
r, 'i i no
11 7 no
r Mi ik)
14 7 no
14 7 iki
la lo iki
n en no
it t on
A.J. Dorr, Store,
W..M. K.-cs, store,
(1. V. Eves, Stole,
William Master.-!, (ioneril store,
hl!H Eves ,t llro s. lil'lieml Slnr,i.
lliuiiphrey t'niker, Eitlnij Houaii,
Truman Eves, Stole,
S. Htuiddlne, Hotel,
.i. i.. weiuvcr, lleneral Store,
W. F. Hess, (lciiei.il stnri.
1'. 1), Ulaek, aeneral srore.
0. 11. IMelterlck, Hotel,
a. ji. iiuiuuw, i.euerai r.eore.
Hlrlcman Ash, store,
M. Seaborne, eiencral Store,
iiiooo leader, i.cucrai aiore,
W. Venger. Hotel,
Daniels,,: Knorr, Ilolel,
Kuorr X Dniil, 1. llenerul Store.
5 .Ml Oil
n so iki
11 7 do
r, vn i n
n in wi
David Slim-, lleneral stole,
T, 1'. Clierrloslon, Hotel,
Caleb ll. I.uiIhIl', ltestaurant,
uimj ... . luouui iv ivo.moru.
el, Kreamer llcneinl store,
rr.ie jiiiiiiiio, noiei,
Win tliiiL'les. lieni ral storo.
A. K. Sinllli, Hotel,
It. It Yi lter. Hotel.
.1 I), lloillue, lieniral Slnre.
a. b. i ii!;eiiiii'r'er, Hotel,
1. ItUboii. Mill',..
U. J. Campbell, store,
Sehwcrirenhclscr ,t Sii)iler,(leneraIstoiii,
A. M. Illdkliian. .Sliav.
Cieasuy .c lirown, lleneral Store,
Cliaries Miller, Candv Stori",
... ... rvvi v,
A. '. Hess. Ilolu'.
II T oil
suydcr s: Eekrulh, (leneral Store,
A CO (III
J . 1'. Sands, tleneral siore,
0 CO HO
0. ll Hosier, flenernl Storo.
I'axton & llonnan, Merch'dlso,
11, T. Lajcock, Hotel,
tl. N. Smith, stovea and Tin,
l. W. llleks, lleneral Store,
(I. ti. t'leekeiibttni', lienern Store,
14 7 01)
W iu I ll
,1 Ml llll
Vi It! (W
U It CO
..uiuiiuiia uuiiilKOI, IIOILI,
i . K. Sloan a Son, (lenerul Sloro,
'iiinuel llnifeiibiioli, Hotel,
A. II. Mewurl, tleneral t-toro.
c. w. Low, ueiieral store.,
J. It. V .wler, Dl'tntery,
it. W, Lyons, ei iierul Moro.
c. It, 1'urker, tleneral store,
0. V, Chsrlnutou, Store,
Ezeklel Colo, Store,
Charles Coleman, Hotel,
Anuicw Laubaeh, store,
(I. W. Crevellnt', neneral store,
J. 1). Werkhlser, (lent-. 1 Store,
ti, M. li.iker, eiencral Store,
Jao b Miller, lltiiil,
s.a. Woinian, tieueral stere,
N. Illchart More,
W. li. Dleteileh, llenerul store,
Hartman llro'i . Confectloaery,
A, I'. row ler, Lumber Healer,
tloerso lleck'i an, Hotel,
silis rouiif, e.euernl storo,
11 T CO
s co no
14 7 I.l)
13 10 00
r, co to
11 T no
u in no
14 T Hi
li IV 111
A, ll, Whit j, lieueral More.'
Li. ..iieAuii.nioei'i uuu'iiuwnrc,
Lilly i sieppy, (lenernl store,
cuiau ii .iui, Lieueiui neore,
Annnnl i it-Ill l.n l.M ,i,n i.
burif, on Tuohday, tho Botenth d ly of June, mi, be-.
(,'liitilti; hi lo o'clock a. M.of bald day when and
t. MV. v V VMM UVVVUU j UV DvV I'lUJU'Tt
UVHUS 11. MellliNItV,
orders for NiirHtrv siivir.
l.lo ment nt noon WMIUS? HvSmSi In the bu-'
kl in bo nut .required. Nuiiie-rlcii idely and taiorably
aL,1.."S1,1 NU'Bs-rUBl 0, U VAV DUSRN,
tklaMUhe-d lwv. f (itsivi. w. V
teb.JVU.iat tow Alok&tvuortliile',
HOLMES, & SCHUYLER.
Wo Imvo been mlding consitl
ernblo to our House Furnishing
Goods: our lino of Oookintr Stoves
iml Kungea comprises miiny
mm usenii icitiurcs not louiui in
other 8tocks. "Wo Imvo tho AVhito
Mountain Ice Croiun Freezer.
triple inotion; examination alono
is gullicient to show their superi
oritv over auv other make. Wo
are, without question, headquar-
lm-n I'..,. ..!.... 1.... ..I'
iviio iui eine.-r. jiir viuiui. ui
Scissors. Shears. Itnzors. Pocket
and lablo Cutlery is greater than
iiu siock oi nn tne stores in lown,
giving you tho advantage of se
lection. Prices run accordinc to
quality. Our stock in general.
lias all been gone over, sorteel up,
and is lartrer than over. We art
paying special attention to Me
chanics' Tools, and invito exami
nation. Anv odd tool not in stock
furnished in three days. For tho
benefit ot those to whom it may
concern, wo take Jrondale. M-
Kelvv's or Lockard'rf orders
HOLMES & SCHUYLER
(SUCCESSOR TO D.
I'lnc KraiulicM, WIiInIUcs-, Ciiiis,
IMPOKTKU ALES AND POUTERS IN J50TTLKS BY THE DOZEN.
Landlords throuuh out the county will find it to their advantage to
call and examine my stock before
Main Street, 2nd Door bolow Iron.
July 9, 'SO-ly
Tills spico Is resorved for ndvcrtlaeinent of c. c.
Citltiinnu, denier In Stoves. Tinware. Term e'ottii
1'lpe, Sc. This ts tbo bestplaco for a Job tif tin root
tntr. opera House, t'entiu btreet, llloomabtiri;, i-a.
GET IKE BEST.
In tho manufacture of Organs is resulting in tho production nnd enlo
of cheap goods, made from inferior materials. I refer particulnrly to
bogus Organs thnt are continually springing into existence, without
any merit whatever, except to bo offered cheap, and then when purchas
ed found to bo dear nt any price. Will yuu not then, reader,
If you Contemplate Buying an Organ
consider it your only safeguard to select an instrument bearing tho
names of first class, wholly responsible mukers. A good assortment of
styles of the colebrnted Estoy Orgnns can now bo seen at tlio now rooms
ot tho Only Authorized Agent fox the Estey Organs in
Columbia County, A guarantee for livo years from the manu
facturers tvccQinpauiea every Estov Organ,
J. S-MTEH, Agent,
HOLMES & SOHUYLER.
It does not scorn to bo ccner-
allv understood bv some of our
Initio that we are prepared lo do
'ii;.... :.. ..it ii
a. iiiniiiiiiiui in iiu ito ui niiciico.
This we have often noticed by
tho expressions of surprise of
manv who. when in tho rear of
our store, noticed men working in
an adioiniiiLr buildinir. Wo car-
rv a full stock of Tin and Tin
smith's Supplies and arc prepared
at all times to do all kinds ot
work. As low prices seem to bo
tho mcsL popular wc havo
REDUCED THE PRICE OF
To 5 Gents a Foot,
using the same grade of tin as
heietoforo and other work at cor
HOLMES 8c SCHUYLER.
VJ. H.03HI1VS,) DXlAIiEB, IPX
tliimx, and all Kiinl ol ivines con-