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F1WDAY, APRIL 00, 1880.
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Dr. Q. V. Honrs will sell valuablo per
sonal property on the premises at Nmnldla
onbaturdny May 1st., commencing at 3
o'clock p. m. Horses, wagons, slelglis,
harness and household goods.
Foil Sale. Hay mare, fine driver, single
or double. Fivo years old. Inquire at
Buckalcw's livery stable.
tf- 0. D. Ul'taSUIEYER.
Foil Kent. A frame house on Ferry road.
Inquire of Geo. E. Elwell. tf.
Fon Sale House and lot on Fifth street.
Lot 40 by 200 feet. Also a yncant let ad
joining abovo Very cheap. Inquire of
Geo. E. Elwell. tf.
Foit Sale. A very desirable property,
on Market street In the town ot Blooms
burg, Pa. nearly opposite Rev. D. J.
Waller. Lot 01 feet In width and 109 feet
In depth. An alley on the north and east,
lot of p. J. Waller on the south. Market
street on the west. The dwelling hotiji o Is
n largo two story brick with Mansard roof,
water, gas and sewer drainage, a good
large stable, good fruit, and good well of
Also a house and lot In Catawlssa frout
ing on 3rd street, abovo Pino street, a good
two story frame dwelling house with two
story kitchen attached.
Michael F Evkiily
April 7. '80. tf. Uloomsburg, Pa.
Fon Sale. Two houses and lots on
Canal street. Desirable, cheap homes, nnd
pay well to rent.
Also, ono of tho finest residences in
Uloomsburg, corner of Fifth and Centre
streets. Having nil the latest improve
ments, steam heat, water, gas, water clos.
cts and bath room. Good burn, fruit nnd
ornamental trees, large lot. A rare chance
for a line homo. Apply to
J. H. Maize,
Cor. Main and Centre Sts.
Mrs. John Swartwout, of Henton, was in
town on Tuesday.
Kcv. D. M. Kinter, of Stillwater, went to
Philadelphia on Monday.
J. IC. Bittcnbcnitcr went to Buffalo en a
business trip on Tuesday.
Mellaril Mcthcrell has recovered from
his recent Illness, and Is able to be out
John J. Mcllenry, of Benton, went to
1'hlladelphia on Tuesday to buy new
Miss Armstrong and Miss Barton have
returned from Berwick, their schools hav.
Ing closed on Tuesday.
Miss Annie Miller is at homo on a visit.
We are informed she will return to Phila
delphia to continue her musical studies.
Charles W. McKelvy and Charles P. El
well returned to school at Reading on
Wednesday, after a vacation of ten days.
Mr. and Mrs. William Neal, Mr. nnd Mrs.
C. H. Bucknlew, Rev. D. J. Waller Sr. and
Mrs. . C. Neal went to Philadelphia on
M'Killlp, artist, uioomsourg. Instantane.
cous pictures. 4t.
Court next week.
Rchm Is making excellent Ice cream.
Strawberry and early cabbage plants
cheap at J. Garrison's, 0th street.
A refreshing rain fell on Monday night.
It was much needed by .vegetal Ion.
Sloan it Bro. sent a handsome two-seated
open carriage to Hazlcton last week.
Call and see the new styles for Spring
and Summer at D. LOWENBERQ'S.
L. S. Wintersteon Esq. is putting the
grounds nbout his residence in good shape
Nothing has yet been heard nbout base
ball this year. Are we to have a club this
Abeautiful line of Norfolk suits for
children, boys and youths nt
Mrs. C. E. Ilabb still has some very nice
spring goods on hand, to which she In
vites the attention of the ladles.
Just received a large lino of white
shirts, a marvel of cheapness, at
43 cts. each. D. Lowenberg
Mercantile Appraiser Itclnbold has start
ed out on his official duties. He will, no
doubt perform them in a highly satisfact
Rebecca Carmen, of Benton, has Just re
eclved a largo assortment of millluery and
fancy goods, consisting of tho latest and
nswest styles In everything in her line.
Prices as low as ever. Call and examlue
Wo havo received a pteco of music called
Laura Schottlsch, composed by A. W.
Metherell, formerly of this town, now of
Blossburg. It Is a very pretty piece, and
shows lino musical talent on the part of the
The regular montuly meeting of the Gos
pel Temperance Union will bo held In tno
Presbyterian Church on Tuesday evening
next at half-past seven o'clock. An inter
esting program has been prepared and a
full attendance is desired.
At the annual meeting of tho congrega.
tlon of St. Paul's P. E. church last Mon
day night, the following persons were
elected vestrymen j E. H- Drinker, 11. F.
Hartman, C- F. Knapp, Ell Barton, C. O.
Marr, J1 11. Maize and Geo. E. Elwell.
There will be a social hop nt tho Orange
vllle hotel on Friday April 30th. 1880, in
tho evening. Good music will bo in at
tendance, nnd arrangements will bo mado
to havo a very pleasant time. All G. A. It.
members, and the public generally Is in.
The annual examination at tho Normal
school will begin on Tuesday Juno 8th at
0 a. m., tho examining commlttco consist
ing of Prof. Shaub, Bupt. McNeal and
Bupt, Owens. Prof. Waller Is ono of tho
committee to hold tho examination at Lock
Haven commencing Juno IS.
Tho right placo to get your Spring suit
mado up in city stylo, full satisfaction guar
anteed, la at tho popular store of 1), Low
enberg, tho merchant tailor of Columbia
Bicycles arc beenmlmt
popular. William Mshton and Fred Ikclcr
nro among tno now owners of wheels.
Thcro mo over twenty In town now.
A full lino ot lcirnl blunt, fifrt 1itnf in
stock nt tho Cm riniivr mii,, n ,un
considerably lower than arc charged by
unveiling salesmen for that Una of goods.
Two Dollars ltRWAimviu i, i,i .
any Information leading to tho arrest of
tho parties who took 1 1 1 n nnl I r f rn m
tho dog belonging to Mrs. C. E. Ilabb. 1
A stirprlso nart- n olvnn in wiium
Eyer of Eycr's Grovo on Saturday evening
in iu nomc, mo occasion being Ills 70th
blrlhpay. One hundred and three guests
The mcmbnrs of Wl norm Pirn f'mrtnntit
nml their friends hurt ft tllpflBflnf nvnnlni In
their hall last Tuesday. About ilttecn
couples were present and dancing was In
dulged In until about 2 n. in. Ttin miifiln
consisted of two violins nnd a harp from
it iiKcsuarrc, and was very good.
The annual clrctlnn nf Tr,,.fn. it...
Normal School will bo held nt the ofllco of
r. 1. lllllmever. Hrrrnlnrv ,n Mr..l
Mny 3rd. at 3 p. m. for the election nf fmir
trustees on the part of the stockholders,
ana mo recommendation of four persons,
from whom the Siiiiprintf.nilnt nf ii,u
Instruction will nppolnt two trustees on
tno part or tlio State.
The remains of Mrs. S.'.M. Hani. fnrmr
ly Miss Jessie Culp, of this town, wero
urougnt rroin Wilkes-Barre on Monday nf.
ternoon on the 4:31 trnl
Itosemont ccmeter y. She was married but
a row months ago to Mr. Bard, general sec
retary of the Wllkcs-Barro Y. M. n A
with bright prospects before her, but she
ien a victim to consumption. Tho remains
wero escorted by a commlttco of 8 mem
hers of the Y. M. C. A. and u large num
ber ot friends met them hero at tlin nVnnt.
Services wero held In Wllkcs-Bnrrc, and
the procession went direct to tho' cemetery
on their arrival here, where brief services
wore held at the grave.
Tho public school s will close on Monday
May 10th with exercises in the Opera
House both afternoon and evening. Among
the closing exercises will bu an operetta
entitled "The Threo Little Kittens; or the
Land of Pie," by the children of room No.
2 of tho Third street school, under the di
rection nf Misses S. Vnnnatta and E. Ster
ner. The words have been set to music by
Thos. Metherell, who has chargo of the
musical rehearsals, and will conduct the
List of letters remmnlno- In tlm 1'n.at flf.
lice at Uloomsburg for week ending Apiil
S. D. Clark. William Fodder. .Miss Ell
A. Hartzcll, -Mary E. Keller, Mr. J. Q.
ilotigers, Miss Rebecca Statteu. Mr. S. Z.
S. liowen, Ed.. A. E. Foster. Eso . Mrs.
S. E. Hudson, Tise Waterman.
Persons calling for these letters will
nlease say ''advertised."
Ukohoe A. Clank, P. 51.
The Presbytery of Northumberland met
at Orangevllle Tuesday evening of last
week, and most of the members wero met
here by teams from Orangovllle. There
was a very fair attendance considering the
remoteness of the plucc of meeting from
the centre of the Presbytery. Tho spring
reports of the churches showed in many
cases gratifying progress. Hev. D. J. Wal
ler and Itev. Mr. Finney of Pottsgrove
were elected clerical commissioners to tho
General Assembly which meets in Min
ueapolis In May. Elder Sloan of Orange
ville and Elder Piatt of Allenwood are the
ruling Elders elected.
The sessions were opened with an ex
cellent sermon on Systematic Beneficence
bj Hev. H. L. Stewart of Danville, and on
Wednesday evening there was a consider
ntiou of the claims of the Board of Church
Erection, followed by subscriptions for the
completion of the Orangevllle Church,
which footed up about 81,000. The mem
hers seemed to he much pleased with their
visit. The hospitality, tho scenery, the
weather the management of the business
were all very gratifying.
Wo have received from James B. Neal,
M. I)., physician in charge, tho first annual
report ot the Tungchow Dispensary, con
ducted by the Aineilcan Presbyterian mis
sion at Tungchow, China, for the year
1885. Tho Dispensary was opened on
January 1, ISS.I, In quarters located In part
of an old temple, near tho east gate of the
city. They soon became too small and
larger quarters wero secured. Tho whole
lumber of visits to the Dispensary during
the year was 4.020. Fifteen cases were
treated in the hospital. Speaking of the
manner of eating by the natives, Dr. Neal
"The Chinese hero In North China all cat
their heaviest meal late In the cveuini: and
as their food is mostly vcgetuble with a
great deal of waste in it, they aro com
pelled to eat enormously, until by constant
abuse and stretching, their stomachs nre
outraged to the last degree. If there is
any virtue in hot water certainly the Chi
nese Bhould have sound healthy stomachs,
for they consider it very bad indeed to
drink any but hot water, especially at their
meals. Notwithstanding their caro iu this
icspect and despite tho fact tliat they con
sider the stomach tho very centre of life,
they novel theless are extremely disordered
in that important oran."
llurnlarj at Slillvlllc.
On Tuesday morning when tho store of
William Musters at Millvillo was opeued it
was found that an extensive burglary had
been committed during the night. The
storo Is provided with a brick vault with
two Irou doors, and Inside of tho vault is
an iron safe. The burglars entered the
storo through the back door which they
broke opcu, tho lock of tho outside door of
the vault was blown oil, and tho Insldo
door which was fastened with a bar and
pad-lock, was opened by breaking tho look.
The safe Is an old one, and the key was
left In It, so that after gaining access to the.
vault, thcio was no difficulty In getting Into
the safe. The burglars wero very deliberate;
In their work, and took time to examine nil
papers In the safe, leaving those that wero
of no valuo to them. There was a consid
erable sum ot money In the safe belonging
to Mr. -Masters besides valuable papeis
Mr. Musters Is a wealthy merchant, and
enjoys tho fullest conlldcnce of all who
know him. It has been his custom to re
celve money from people In that vicinity to
placo in the vault for safe keeping, and ho
had a considerable amount of such deposits
In tho safe. What tho losses of others aro
It Is hard to tell yet, but It Is certain that
these amounts together with Mr. Masters'
loss will reach thousands of dollar.
There Is no cluo to tho burglars. No
suspicious characters were noticed about
the store, or lu thu village. Some men
wero seen the night before walking towards
Millvllle, but nothing has been discovered
to Identify them with tho robbery. The
boldness of their crime nud tho manner In
which the vault was opeued, would ludlcato
that tho deed was dono by professional
cracksmcu, and If so, they knew tho
THE COLUMBIAN AND
Postmaster Ctatk hns mndo out tho fol
lowing schedule for tho convenience, of tho
7ilC a. m. North. Points on D. L. & W.
It. H. from Northumberland, Northern,
Western and Southern Pcnna., New York
State, Eastern, Southern and Western
States, Philadelphia, New York, Washing
ton, D. C.
8:00 Soulh.-Polnts on D. L. & W. 11. 11.
from Scranton. Eastern Pcnn'a, Philadel
phia, New York.
10.30 Singe Routes. Benton, Pino Sum
mit, White Hall. (Dally, except Sunday.)
10:30 Stago Houte. Greenwood. (Tues
days, Thursdajs and Saturdays.)
1 p. m. South. Points on Philadelphia &
Heading H. H. from Wllllamsport. Cen
tral, Western nnd South Eastern Penn'n,
Western States, Philadelphia, New York.
South from Lewlsburg on Penn'a It. II.
2:45-Clcsed Pouch.-Ncw York, Phila
delphia, Florida, Eastern States.
4:30 North. South Eastern Counties
Pcnn'a, New York, Philadelphia. Points
on Philadelphia & Beading It. It. from
Heading, on Sunbury S Hazlcton H. H.
from Hazlcton to Mainvlllc.
0-South.-Po!nts on D. L. & W. K. It.
from Scr niton. Eastern Pcnn'a, Central
and Western New York, Western States,
Danville, Montandon, Lewlsburg.
7:10 North.-Polnts on D. L. & W. It. It.
from Northumberland. South on Pcnn'a
H. H. from Hunbury, Philadelphia, New
York, Western nnd Southern Penn'a. East
ern anil Western States.
0 a. m. North.-Polnts on D. L. & W. 11.
H. North. Central and Southeastern New
York, New Jersey, Eastern Stntcs, South
eastern Penn'a, Philadelphia, New York.
8:10 South. Points on D. L. & W. H. R.
South to Northumberland. North and
South from Northumbeilaud on Pcnu'a It.
H. Western Now York, Eastern, Southern
nnd Western States, Philadelphia, New
York, Washington, D. C.
10 Closed Pouch. Scranton nnd points
beyond. Points South on I). L. & W. H. H.
to Hunlock's Creek by 2:1G p. m. trnln.
10.05 South. Catawlssa and points on
Philadelphia & Reading It. It. Eastward
and Southern eastern Counties Pcnn'a,
Eastern States, Philadelphia, New York.
11:23 Closed Pouch. East of Harrls
burg on Pcnn'a It, It , Philadelphia, New
York, Washington, D. C, Eastern and
3 p. m. Closed Pouch Shlckshlnny nnd
South on D. L A; W. It. R. to Espy by 3:27
p. in. train.
2:00 South. Danville nnd points on
Philadelphia & Heading H. H. Northern
Penn'a, Western New York.
3 Stage Route. Giecnwood. (Tues-
days, Thursdays nnd Saturdays.)
4:10 Noith. Points on D. L. & W. It. R.
South to Northumberland. North and
South from Northumberland on Penn'n R.
H. Points from Catawissa to Hazlcton on
Siit.bury & Hazlcton H. R. Western New
York, Eastern, Southern and Western
States, Philadelphia, New York, Washing
ton, I). C.
4:00 Stage Routes. Pine Summit, Ben
ton, White Hall. (Daily, except Sunday.)
0:10 North. Points on 1). L. & W. R. R.
North. Central and Southeastern New
York, New Jersey, Eastern, Southern nnd
Western States, Southeastern Penn'a, Phila
delphia, New York.
Tho newest style, the largest stock,
the lowest price can always be had at
Rev. Alem Brlttaln is now acting n pas
tor for the M. E. Church until another
minister's services can be procured.
Recently we noticed Suml. Pullln, of
Shlckshlnny, in town.
Mrs. Croman visited her parents during
the past week.
Mrs. Dichl, of Beaver Valley, sold her
property on Main Street to Harvey Henry.
Quite a number of people from Centre
ntteml services at tho Presbyteflan Church.
Mrs. Catharine Oman has so fur recovered
her recent attack of sickness that on Satur
day she was moved to bar daughter's In Mt.
Pleasant, Mrs. Hiram Everett.
Our band boys now look like musicians
of the first order, since they havo their
Mr. Irvin will soon be ready to nccom
modate tho old patrons of his mill nml as
many as may come, ho having the break In
tho creek nearly completed.
Jacob Hart, or Upper Lehigh, spent a
few days here visiting his sister, Mrs.
D, L. Evcrhart and his son stopped a
short time In town on Saturday.
Mr. Jos. Gelger and wife spent a short
tlmo nt their daughter's on Sunday.
Mrs. Mary Krum expects to spend the
Summer with her daughter, Anna Hlppen
steel. Her sun, Geo. Kline, takes posses,
slon of the property vacated by her.
While out ono day my i-eennd spied,
My first I saw him do.
To citch him mi of tin avail
Ho seemed us though he lluw.
My whole U a game oft played by boys,
Its amusing to the mind,
Now put your heads together pray
And my rlddlo Hud.
XcwHpupcr unit jol otricc for Hale.
Located nt a county sent, having patron
age of county printing, good Campbell
press, and the ofllco Is fully equipped for
job work. Circulation of paper, above
For particulars address
P. O. MOODY,
Gen. AuvEimsixo Ao't,
2t- Scranton, Pa.
Hoard of Trade.
A meeting of the Board of Trade was
held on Monday evening In Winona hall.
The President announced tho following
Commlttco on Manufactures and Real
Estates C. W. Neal, D. J. Waller, Sr.,
L. N. Moyer, Joshua Feltcrmnn and E, C,
Commlttco on Legislation and Taxation t
L. 8. WInterstccn, U E. Waller, John A.
Funston, James C. Brown and F. D.
Committee on Transportation i F. P.
Drinker, Peter Harman, D. W. Kitchen, J.
R. Schuyler and Lowls Cohen.
Committee on Flnanco t H. II. Grotz, K.
Z. Bchoch and Win. Rebec
Committee on Street and Highways t M.
C, Woodward, L. Beruhard and J. II.
Commltteo on Arbitration t 11. V
White, B. Frank Zarr, O. B. Ilobblns, Paul
E. Wirt and J. II. Mercer.
Tho next meeting will bo held on May
10th at 8:15 p. m.
Scott's Imnltlon of Pars
Cod I.lver Oil wltli UyiioplioHpliltcH
Possesses tho remedial power of these
two valuable specifics In their fullest de.
grcu. Is prepared In a palatable form, cas.
ily tolerated by the stomach, and for dell
cat", sickly children, Emaciation, Con
sumption and all impoverished conditions
of tho blood Is unequalled by any other
DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA. i
Faux Is not only a horseman but a paint
er. Ho lias coveted tho front of Benjamin
Crispin's property with colors that ircom
mend htm as painter to bo seen on Main
street. Ho hn also mado Ben's stable look
as good as new.
Dr. Hill Is busy attending to tho necessi
ties of the sick and enlarging his practice
Frank Is fully on his pins again at tho up
per drug store. You will find him there
prompt nnd obliging.
Tho trees aro out In full bloom, tho grain
looks comparatively well, but wo will soon
be in need of rain. It Is strongly pre
sumed we will be caught with a drouth In
tho Inclplency of Summer which will
largely prove fatal In tho agricultural line,
but wo hope for tho better or rnthcr the
best, tf wo can get It.
Trcscott Bros, havo turned out soma
splendid rigs this Spring In the shnpo of
buggies nnd carriages. They arc doing
somo line palutlng also.
1 hero will soon bo a new platform at
Uloomsburg and Lackawanna depot.
Stiles Bros, aro central nnd doing a good
business In tho drug line; and Doc. Mc-
Crea Is meeting with fine success as prac
titioner of medicine.
Lloyd Conner's daughter, two years of
age, was scalded to death on last Saturday.
It lived six hours after the occurrence.
.It was an Interesting child. This occurred
In Hazlcton; he formerly lived In Berwick;
was burled on Tuesday afternoon nt Hazlc
E. J. Bowman has gone to his farm. Ho
proposes to enter extensively Into agricul
tural nnd llsh business. Ho will put out
two acres of harness, one of wagons and
small boys. Ho hns a pond Into which bo
will Introduce a kit of mackerel, 50 pounds
of cod llali, 45 of dried herring and 0 cans ot
sardines. He has employed a grafter to
graft his cows, the barn, pig styo and
smoke house. He Is one of the advanced
farmers of the day.
Constablo Hugh linden caught n fish In
tho river last week weighing 7 lbs. not
as the Sunday Leader had it 1 His.
Fred Boyer is now proprietor of the
'Cross Keys," and will, doubtless, meet
John G. Jacoby is doing well In the in
suranre business,. representing companies
on both sides of the Atlantic.
Harry James Is again with us after on
absence of 4 years. He has douo some ex
tensive traveling In this country nnd South
America. He is again member of the roll
Ing mill and jolly ns ever.
George Westler is doing well in the liv
That Swiss clock keeps steady tlmo In
The library and apartments of the G A
R. aro well managed. Dimmlck is princi
pal and business manager, while Smith was
a veteran in the service and is a pleasant
and popular assistant.
The lawn tennis club Is fully organized
and occupy the grounds of the Y. M. C. A.
They have nil the paraphernalia of Imple
ments to conduct a good game. Friends
arc cordially Invited to attend.
Will Ash has sold out to his brother,
Steward. It Includes the mill uud distil
lery below Berwick.
Billy Boyles still holds forth presiding
over the blacksmith shop at the rolling
Mrs. Jayne has just returned from visit
ing friends In Mnhoopany.
Mr. Oswald, now identified with the pipe
works, of Sayrc, has been ylsiting Berwick
for the last few days,
W. J. Scott has recently been made Com
mander ot tho Jackson post of Berwick.
He served gnllantly under tho brilliant
Col. Baker ami Is eminently qualified to as
sume command of any post of the G. A,
It. The post is thriving.
Dr. Gibson is among us. Several chron
ic cases of long duration slnco his arrival
nnd patients of old ago havo been cured
by him by the pneumatic process. The
Doctor comes with a prestige of character,
We givo this not as an advertisement but
for tho bcnctlt of the public.
It Is now quite posltlvo tho branch rail
road leading through Black Creek Gap
will soon be under headway an accom
George Carey was general manager of
tho baso ball club of Berwick, and the Ber
wick boys beat the Benton boys last Sat
urday by tho score ot 14 to 20.
The exhibition nf our public schools
camo oil with eeUU on Monday afternoon
nud Tuesday evening. There was line at
tendance. If you once use Keller's Catarrh Remedy
you will never be without it. It is the great
specific for all blood diseases, Catarrh, Ma
larla, Rheumatism, ifcc. Try It. See ad
Ask your merchant for O. K. coffee,
Try it and you will use no other. It is
home ronsted. Always fresh and has no
equal. ("m. 12 tf.
The first Quarterly Conference of tho
Orangevllle charge, M. E. Church, was
held at the Asbury school house on Fri
day, April 23. Tho Elder, Brother Ganoe,
and A. B. Hoovcn, were In attendance.
The olllcinl board was small. The finances
footed up over ono hundred dollars; It
should havo been double that amount.
On Sabbath morning, tho regular services,
love feast; 9 a. m,, preaching, 11 a. in.;
sacrament of tho Lord's supper, immedi
ately after. Brother A. B. Iloeven, otllcl-
atcd. Sabbath evening Brother Ganoo
preached to a crowded houso of attentive
listeners. His text was: "She Hath Done
What She Could:" Mark 14th Chap, and 8th
verse. Ills discourse was plain and point
cd and the application brought tears from
tho eyes of many, nnd somo that I never
saw weep before, Tho sermon was griiud,
1 was sorry that some were not there to
hear It- The reason tho services wero not
held In tho church was that they had tho
whole Insldo torn out. The roof is now
on. How soon they Intend to get tho In"
side douo I cannot tell, neither can I tell
where the funds to pay for It will come
from. I believe the trustees had $20 to
commence on, I suppose tho trustees In
tend footing tho bill, They had, at one
time, over seven hundred dollars on sub
scription and a building committee np
pointed and the carpenters commenced to
work and tho trustees repudiated all they
had done, or rather one man did it all, just
by ono shako of his linger. Ills subjects
aro ready to obey.
The grain and grass crops aro looking
good. The prospects for fruit, all except
peaches, aro good.
On next Jlomlay the schools in Fishing.
creek will commence.
Miss Ganscl, of Catawlssa, will teach tho
Asbury school again and Llczlo Bobbins,
tho Forks school, and Clara Ilobblns, the
Tho only reliable catarrh remedy on the
minuet io-uay is r.iys ureaui naim, ueiug
fren from poisonous drugs und olfenslvo
odors. It has cured thousands of acuto
and clirouio cases where all other remedies
have fulled. It rmleklv cuics cold in thu
head and catarrhal heudachc, Price fifty
Hiiudny Hchool Convention.
Tho Sunday schools of Flthlngcrcck
township held Ihelr fouith convention at
St, James church on Saturday April 10th.
Tho diy was very bright nnd pleasant, and
tho attendance good, nil tho schools In tho
township being represented. Wo arc glad
to see that tho people are becoming awak
ened to tho Importance of tho Sunday
school work. Tho exercises wero opened
at 10.30 n. m., by devotional scrvlco con
ducted by Elder D. M. Kinter; this was
followed by tho enrollment ot dolcgatcs
and appointment of committees, after
which tho folio wing topics wero ably dis
cussed by Rev. Houtz, Elder D. M. Kinter,
Amos Hnrlinan, E. M. Laubaugh, J. C.
Wcuner nnd Mrs. Emma Wolfe. First dls-
cusslon, "Tho truo mission of tho S. S."
Tho S. S. Is simply an adjunct of tho pul
pit, to Impart scriptural Instruction. Many
of tho conversions of tho present day nro
rrom tho Sunday school. It Is the mission
of the Sunday school to so Instruct tho
young, that they may frown down and
voto down that great foo of mankind, In
temperance. Tho Sunday school Is also
the supplement of parental trnlntng. Many
parents although they may earnestly desire
thu religious training ot their children, yet
circumstances nro such that they havo not
the opportunity of teaching them. Here
tho Sunday school steps in and docs that
which tboy aro unable to do. Tho Sunday
school Is perhaps tho best means of getting
nt the root of all the evil In tho world. The
way to make good men and women Is to
train tho children properly. Teach them
to read and mcmorlzo scripture, nnd It will
have an tnllucuco for good, for the deeper
Biblical knowlcdgj they possess, the better
will they resist tho evil Influences that sur
round them. This was followed by music
"Nearer my God to Thee, ' after which
camo the discussion of, "Tho essential
qualifications of the superintendent and
teachers. 1st. A person to be a superin
tendent should be a christian, not merely a
nominal one, but.a good man. One In
sympathy with Christ ond the souls of
children. One able to govern himself, to
that he may tho better govern the school.
lie should also possess business tact, so
that ho may keep everything in good work
ing order. Another qualification Is brevity.
Do not make tho exercises so long ns to
tire them, or weary them with long
speeches. Much that npplics to the Super
intendent, applies also to teachers. They
should bu good men und women, not such
as go to dances and frolics, but earnest
christian workers In tho cause of Christ.
This discussion was followed by music
and the benediction, after which the con.
vention adjourned to meut at 1.30 p. m.
The afternoon session was opened at the
time specified by music followed by the
discussion, "How to retain older scholars
in the Sunday scuool." In-order to retain
them we should strive to make tho Sunday
school Interesting. Peoplo llko to go
where they are interested, and if the Sun-
day school Is more Interesting than other
places, there will be no difficulty In retain
ing them. One wiy to make thu Sunday
school Interesting is to bo punctual, begin
at the precise time. We should also hayo
a Bible class for the advanced scholars.
Then tliere should be a competent teacher,
so that the scholars may not transcend
their teacher. And as soon as the scholars
are competent, give them classes.
4th. discussion. "Is the teacher's work
optional ?" On this subject it was said
the teacheris work is not optional, it is
binding. Every proftssor of religion is in
duty bound to work in the Sunday school.
It docs not rest on him as a matter of
choice, but he should always bo ready and
willing to work in tho vineyard of tho
0th discussion. "Tho duty of parents in
relation to the Sunday school." Tho first
duty of parents is to bo interested in tho
Sunday school because they look largely
to this for the religious training of their
children. It requires money in order to
purchaso the necessary books. Now par
ent the question Is, of how muoh benefit
is the Sunday school to you ? If you have
not the tlmo to train your children reli
giously, here they may receive that which
you are unable to givo them. And you
may also bo taught much In religious
truths. From the Sunday school wo ex
pect tho futuro members of the church.
If wo go with our children wo know what
kind of teaching they receive. If we do
not, they may be led astray, and thus pro.
fane the Holy name of God. Are parents
doing their duty to tho church aud to their
children when they do not go with them
to the Sunday school f The next subject
for discussion was "Tho duty of scholars
in relation to tho Sunday school." While
the parents and teachers havo duties so
has also the scholar. He should study the
lesson thoroughly the preceding week.
There should also bo a preparation of the
heart. He should make his teacher and
the school a subject of prayer. He should
always he punctual. Children should
come to the Sunday school In n state rf
cleanliness, ns tho mind is then better able
to take in the teachings of the day. This
discussion was followed by music "Gather
them iuto tho fold." The next subject for
discussion was "Tho duty of parents and
teachers to pray for their scholars." Prayer
Is oue of the greatest things to sweeten
life. A man cannot lead a christian life,
and yet a prayerless ono. How many be
fore they go to church, kneel down and
ask God's blessing on themselves and the
service. How mnny before they send
their children to tho Sunday school pray
with and for them ? The pious teacher
should never kneel In privato devotion
without asking God's blessing on his class.
Following this came tho subject of mem
orizing scriptures in tho Sunday school.
On this subject it was said wo should have
our children memorize scripturo even if
its full meaning Is not now clear to them,
tho germ will bo there, nnd in after years
It will come up full and-clear to their mom.
ory. It Is much easier to memorize in
youth than after we grow older, and tho
songs and scripturo texts wo learn In our
youth, will be fresh and clear In our mem
ory when things that we have learned in
later years will bo entirely forgotten. Tho
subject of Sunday school benevolence was
next discussed- On this subject It was
said, "if wo want men and women who
will stand up financially for the Sunday
school we must instil it Into them when
they aro young. Provide some way in
which they may earn money, and teach
them that in giving to thu Sunday sc.iool
they are helping to advance tho causo of
Christ. In this way wo help them to build
up u character for benevolence. Then wo
need not resort to fairs and festivals
(which are so objectionable) for the sup
port of the Sunday school. On the sub
ject of ruwards In tho Sunday school It
was said, grown persons may bo led to do
things becauso they nro right and pleasing
to God. But children do not act from
principlo ns wu who uro controlled by
higher motives. Hence It is always right
to reward children. Fallowing tills dis
cussion camo tho report of business com.
inittco which was as follows i Time tor
next convention Juno 12th., place, Jones,
town, executive committee, Miss. Lizzie
Bobbins, Mr. E. B. Bclshllne, Mr, Nathan
Belsl lino. After music and tho benedict,
ion tho convention adjourned to meet at
the time nnd place specified.
David Yost Committee,
C. P. Moons )
The assessment this Spring was unusually
tedious. Instead of having simply to make
tho necessary corrections ns usual, new val
uations had to bo made on all personal
property, additional books had to bo car
ried also, '.besides n great roll of forms, my
sharo of which, would, probably, weigh
25 pounds. Still further, everywhere we
went tho peoplo wanted Information In re
gnrd to tho "new tax law," so that much of
thu assessor's tlmo was consumed Iu mak
ing the necessary explanations.
The revision by tho Commissioners was"
not at nil satisfactory to our pcoplu In re
gard to occupations. We .do not blamo
them If, ns they claim, tho law requires
them to assess each occupation nt the same
rata as that a merchant who docs a thousand
dollar business, must pay as much tax for
his occupation as another whe does ten or
fifty thousand worth; that a lawjcr who
scarcely cams his bread and butter, should
pay as much as ho who has a largo nnd
lucrative practice; or a minister who gels
four or flvo hundred dollars a year should
bo taxed as high as another whoso salary
reaches that many thousand. It may be
law, but we country folks nre unable to see
where tho equity and justlco como In;
perhaps our Democracy Is too Jefferson
Ian. MONET AT INTEltEST.
The last time before this that I assessed
this township, I received, what somo of
you newspaper men wero pleased to call
"tho modest lltlle sum of fifty dollars on
Interest." Subsequently, each year, a fow
thousand havo been returned. This year
I got thirty thousand. I spqak of it, not
so much becauso of the amount, as the
largo percentage ot Increase. Thero are
several rcusons for this Increase. Cur peo
ple are growing in wealth and have more
money nt their command. Bo little money
had been returned that the assessors be
came careless about hunting It up; besides
this the people uro getting better acquaint
ed with the paper that the law requires to
For many years but ono solitary gold
watch was returned In our township.
Within n year or two another appeared.
This tlmo I got thirteen. I got the lead on
the ladles In regard to their watches, know-'
Ing where two were. I called them out
and they told on each other, so that I had
but to call for them nnd they wero promptly
returned. In ono enso only I had n little
trouble. A lady rather boastlngly said, "I
have no property but a gold watch, worth
40 dollars, but I never paid tax for It, and
never will." She having thus left the cat
out of tho bag, it was my place to catch It,
and 1 did. Jons Sutton.
Stillwater, April 20, 1880.
A meeting of tho officers of the Agricul
tural Society was held on Saturday last.
Bids for tho erection of tho exhibition
building were opened and the contract was
awaided to C. W. Eves, he being the low
est bidder. The bids aro a3 follows :
Thomas Qorey for superstructure, $5298.-
00 ; John Sterner $5300.00 aaj $450.00 for
foundation or $5750.00 for both ; Charles
Krug $4005.00 and $1.70 per perch for
foundation: T. H. Edgar $5000.00 and
$425.00 for foundation or $5425.00 for both ;
Eli aud Peter Jones $5339.00 and $1.75 per
perch for foundation; John Whitenight
$1.05 per perch for foundation ; M. Shatter
$1.80 per perch ; J. Bachman $2.45 per
perch ; G. M. & J. K. L ckar' $4907.50
and $477.00 for walls or $5474.50 for both ;
James D. Shaffer $8400.00 for building
complete ; C W. Eves $4207.00 nnd $350.00
for foundation or $4047.00 for both ; A. 8.
Phillips $0080.00 and $470.00 for the foun
dation or $0502.00 for building complete.
The Board instructed the Secretary to draw
the agreement and to bind thu contractor to
complete the work by the first of Septem
ber. To provide lor the cxpenso of theso
improvements nnd to pay off the old bonded
debt tho Board resolved to place a mortgage
of $8000.00 on the property nnd Issue six.
teen bonds under this mortgnge. Those
who havo money to loan will find these
bonds n safe investment. They will bo
ready about June 1st.
Why send your money away from home
for printing when you can get just ns good
or better right hero for less money ? '1 lie
merchants complain when their customers
send to New York or Philadelphia for
goods ; the lawyers do not llko it when
Columbia county clients go to Danville for
legal advice; business men of all kinds
deprecate the practice of sending awuy
from town for unything that can be got
here, whero they are personally concerned,
and yet many of these get their printing
trom travelling ngents and pay ns much for
It as it coula bo obtained here for. with ex
pressago additional. Every dollar sent
away from town unnecessarily Is 'tin Injury
to tho business Interests, und every dollar
kept at homo Is a benefit. There seems to
be a natural Impulso on the part of somo to
order goods from foreign parties. We
know of instances where orders for print
ing were given an agent who represented a
city house, by persons wlioseldompatronlzo
tho homo otllccs, and yet every order so
taken was filled by a Bloomsburg printing
office, and tho work nnd price wero entirely
satisfactory because It was supposed to
come from thu clly. Tho Coluuiuan olllcu
has every facility for doing largo or small
Jobs at city prices, and thoso who order
work from distant places will find it to
their advantage to examine our stock and
prices beforo sending the money away
Tho six o'clock scrvlco nt tho Episcopal
church last Sunday morning was attended
by a largo congregation, cviry seat being
filled. Tho church was beautifully dec
orated with flowers, nnd tho font contained
a mound ot roses surmounted with lilies.
The altar and super-nltar wero decked in
their festival garb of richly embroidered
white cloths, and the reredos which was
used for Jho first tlmo added to the beauty
of thu altar. The music was well rendered
by tho excellent quartette choir who havo
so long nnd faithfully served the congrega
tion ot St. Paul's church, Mr and Mrs. L.
S. Wintersteen, Mrs. Thos. Webb and Mr.
P. E. Wirt. Prof. Allen presided at thu
organ, and tho music was highly enjoyed
by all nrcsent.
At 10:30 Holy Communion was adminis
tered, nnd an excellent sermon preached by
the Hector, Rev. L. Zahner,
CHILLS and FEVERS
PAIN m the BACK & SIDES
RHEUMATISM , '
KIDNEY AND LIVER
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS
Tfct Gcautnt bu TnJt Mule ad ciMiid Rl
Lbitt oa wraptxr
" TAKE NO OTHER.
Tills powder never vailes. A rnarvel or purity
strength and wholcsomenetw. Moro economical
1 lian ordinary kinds, and cannot bo sold In eomnr
tlon nltli the multitude or low rest, short weight,
alum or phosphate jiowdeis. Sold only in cons.
Hovil. llAKINCi Powder Co,. Wall St., N. Y.
Ladles' gauz.o and muslin underwear at
Clark & Son's. Go see them.
All farmers in need of farm Implements
can save money by calling on me, us 1 can
furnish anything you need nt nearly cost.
I hayc self binders, sweep rake icapers,
live different kinds of mowcrB, double corn
planters with check row, drill and fertil
izer attachments, Hench cultivators with
planter nnd fertilizer attachments. One
horse planters as low ns $15.(0, with fer
tilizer attachments. Also a pair of good
horses. S. C. Siiive.
New crinkled seersuckers, glngliams
and shirtings ut H. W. Sloan's.
Remember this always on hand. New
est goods selected with greatest caro nt bot
tom prices, at the shoo store of F. I).
You should sec those new parasols, 'sun
Umbrellns. rn11irfl. PIlfTa. rrlnv.a In it '..nd
lisle, new hosiery, ribbnns,button8,',frlngcs,
"lulus, iiie new uusue," corsets, urcss
clasps Ac. now open ut Clark & Son's.
Finest stock of shoes ever opened in
Bloomsburg just received at Dentlcr'.
Do not forcct our dollar black silks that
we guarantee. Colored and black silks at
an prices at 11. w. Hloun's
Foit Sale. Cloverseed, timothy seed,
shotes, cnlves und nil kinds of lumber.
Boards, rails, 2x4, scantling, joist, plank,
lath, chestnut, hemlock nnd pine, Nos. 1,
2, aud 3 shingles, pine boards and siding,
surfaced, white pine, yellow pine nnd hem
lock flooring, plastering, lath, picket's, &c,
at Lightslrcct, by Silas Young. m 20-2m
If you need dil-ss goods of any kind go
to Clark & Son. They offer special bar
gains. C. C. Marr is selling tobacco very clienp.
Jerseys'ot Clark & Son's.nlso light shawls
In blue, pink, tan and cardinal.
Go to C, C Slarr for corsets, towels and
All kind of goods for fnucy work at
Clark & Sou's.
C. C. Marr wants butter, eggs, lard, side,
shoulder nnd ham.
The best value in table linens nnd count
erpancs ever offered for the money In the
county nt Clark & Son's.
Call and examine my stock of shoes be
fore purchasing elsewhere. No trouble to
show goods at Dentler's.
A now line of Oriental laces from 2 in
dies to a yard and a quarter wide at 11. W.
Go to C. C. Marr's for bargains In all
kinds of goods.
Embroideries nnd white goods away
down at Clark & Son's. Go see them.
Mrs. your butter has too much milk
water In it.
Tho place to buy your dress silks and
velvets is at Clark & Sou's.
Cashmero jerseys from one to three dol
lars at H. W. Sloan's.
I. V. Hartman & Son's
$1.50 table linens for $1.25 yard.
$1.00 ' " 75c. yard.
75c. " " 021c. yard.
75c. cashmeres for C2Jc.
$1.00 dress goods for 75c.
Light blue, pink, cream and mode col
ors, Summer weight, woolen dress goods.
Extra nice buttons.
Best kid gloves in town.
Cheapest stamped linen goods ever
$1,000 worth of while and colored cm
broideries from 0c. to $4.50 a yard.
Tho best coffee you ever drank.
Dishes at bargain prices.
TRADE BOOMING AT
I. W. Hartman & Son's.
Why every one needs, and should take,
1st: Because the system is now in its
greatest need. Hood's Sarsiiparilla gives
M: Becauso tho blood Is sluggish and
Impure. Hood's Sarsaparllla purities.
ou. nevuuse, irom me auovo racts,
Hood's Sarsnnnrltln will .In
amount at good now than nt any other
wuiu. 1 uku it, umv.
men Bby wu sick, we ET0 her Cutoria,
When she wm a Child, aha cried for Caetorl',
men the betm ill, ihe clnne to CMlorl,
When tho hd ChUdwn, the gTe them CaatorU,
Ynll nnn't wnrk tn miml. ,,mnan ..-1
you nro well, but you can build up your
health and streng'li with Parker's Tonic,
and Work Will tlinn hnnirtn 1.
the lungs, liver and kidneys lu working
m . uu!:"3 ""u cuius vuuisn neioro it,
lake it lu time, Ta-lMt
'I WUS nil run ilnuni anil ITr,,,!)., u...--
parllhi proved just tho medicine I needed."
nniu uuiiutcua ui people, lake it now,
100 Doses $1.
HOW manV Imlll llfmla vn, ann M'n.t.
, " ' uum
Wnrrv. idarnfip. it aatt.nttm, 'n,,.on .1.. t.
Parker's Hair Balsam stops falling hair and
rpfltrtra (rtnsa And vnitthr,,! nl- I. .
: ; ...... jw.,,,i ..i;i:iH
tonally clean, elegant, a perfect diesslue
uov greasy, rrevenis ciamlrull.
Tho orirnns of tho hndv most i,K-,.n in
minting tueir regular work aro tho stonv
acu, uoweis, liver ana kidneys, A medi
cine Unit stimulates theso orcans Into
healthy action ts Invaluable. Yineear Hit
lers uoriiuu noes this, nnd does Us work
permanently. '1 ho Cordial has n dnllrlnn
taste, and is nmost grateful healing remedy
Ol'OHTO UI1AFK JUICE I'ltKbEKVED,
Tim I'nrl (Irmtn Winn nf V, l., l
the best medicinal wine, and It Is said that
tho Vlntapti Ot A. Knpir fur ovinia itv ,r
duccd. It Is heavy In body, rich in Havor
uuu uiiiifivu iur nichiy persons anil lor
general family use. Mr Speeralso preserves
tin) Onnrtn Ilrnni, .Inmn Inat ,,o It f-ual.
from tho press without fermentation, for
tho uso of temperance peoplo and churches i
It 19 called unferiuented Grape Juice. For
saio uy druggists,
After using all the humbug liniments and
salves with sure failure, go und get of your
druggist a Hop Plaster, Tho strongest
iitm ucsi puruus pinner ever mnuo, vast
ly superior to nil oilier external remcdle
'lho complete paln-allaylng virtues of
trrsh Hop9 combined with strengthening
Uums nnd Burgundy Pitch. 25c.
on, to nR iiit or (ialoiiil?
Thousands of peoplo who aro afflicted
with n diseased liver, indigestion, water,
brash, sour stomach, or a generally lntol.
crnblo biliousness, ns It ts termed, uso mer
cury. This Is done reluctantly perhaps,
but tho common-placo nrgumcnt Is, "Oh,
nothing will rooch the liver nnd spleen ex
cept blue mass i could I get something elio
I wouldn't use It." Reader, you enn and
that something olso Is Simmons Liver Reg
ulator. It Is canal In power to blue mass
nnd without any of Its Injurious effects.
M.STJIWT A TTOItNKY.)
iJ"Olllco over Dentler's shoo storo,
Bloomsburg, Pa. r.apr-30.80.
Wheat per bushel
Rve " ,
Corn ' " .... 45 00
Oats " " 85 45
Flour " bhl 6 to 6
Butter 22 24
Eggs 10 12
Potatoes 50 (10
Ham 11 14
Dried Apples 03 05
Side and shoulder 07 9
Chickens 10 12
Turkeys 12 14
OcGSCtt ii it
Lard per lb..' 08 10
Hay per ton 10.00
Vinegar per gal 20 30
Onions per bushel 75 1.00
Veal skins 07
Wool per lb 85
Hides 5 to 7
Coai. on Wharf.
No 0 $2.00; Nos 2. 3, 4 & Lump $3.25
No. S $3.00 Bttumlnus, $3.25
rjRAVllRSE JURORS FOR MAY TERM.
llKAVtK Abraham Hire.
Bkkwick Abraham Cortrik'Ut, James D Hay
man, Wm. siackhoue. Ell Sherwood.
Hsnton J H Welllver.
Ui.ooMsnuna-;eo. Hidtcman, Jacob DeilTenbach,
Win. Diet terlcii, I'll Freezeridetiard Stiles, 11 V
IIkhkckeek W S Ash, W L llouaeknecht, Mn
Cembk A D Bradr, Jacob Hess.
CKNTBAI.U c (1 .Murphy, W O Troutman.
catawissa Geo. II deary.
CONTNOiiAM Thomas Casey, Christian Lefller.
risniNacBiKK T m (lolder, C H Moore, John
Wenner. (Ikksnwood G 11 Thomas.
IlKjirxicK Wm. Iielz, lump Ktroup.
Jackson K u ljuder, Kill SUHenry, P M Por
ker, Daniel Young.
1icusT II w Heaver, l'eter Fettcrman, Daniel
Lclby. David Hajp.
Mapison Wm. Lourey.
MirrtiN A M Hess.
Montour .1 F Farnsworth, John Quick.
okanok Wm. Hess.
11NK Henry Hlchle.
HoARiNficnsiK 1" K Mensch, Washington Itarlft.
Kcorr Conrad Illppensteel, J 11 Lainon, U O
fccaARLOAK A V Fritz.
IIeavek lvl 11 Jllchael, C W Stead.
Hekwick Heth nowman, James M tieesnoltz.
Henton Geo. Gibbons, A J Kline. Chas Obrten
IUjDOMsai-Ko wm. llhodemoyer.
Centre John Alkman, John Delong, Geo. PoUe,
Allen Sholthamer, Wm. bhaner.
CENTRA Ll A John .UlTC!-.
Catawissa N D llarinan, Geo. Manhart.
('ONYNniiAM Jerry George, Charles Weldermau.
FismtmcRKEK U !' Markle, bllas McMenry, J 8
Wooas,W C l'ennlngton.
greenwood I w Ulrton, Jacob K. Berlin.
Ixjcdst Lawson Lec,Wm. Fetterman.
-Main John Harmony, Boyd Yettcr.
Madison Frederick Derr.sWm. SmltllN WelUver
Mim.iN Isaac Andreas.
Montour Francis Lleby.
Oranue Geo. Herring.
Mt I'leasant Jacob Hlrleman.
bTOARLOAK Jacob Fritz.
T ICENSE NOTICE.
"Notice Is hereby given that the tollowlng named
persons have riled with Ihe Cleric or the court ot
ouarter l-esslons or the Peace ot Columbia county,
their petitions lor license, which win be presented
to the said court on Monday tho 3d day ot May A.
D. lose, at 2 o'clock p. m.
Aurand George, Bloomsbum, hotel. .
Berger Itmehnrd, Berwick boro, restaurant.
Berger Mnehaitl, Berwick boro, bottler.
BUlman George W, conyngham twp, hotel
Boran Thomas, Centralla Boro, restaurant.
Boyer Fiederlck, Berwick boro, hotel.
Collins Thomas, Centralla boro, restaurant.
Deltterteli c H, Hemlock twp, hotel.
Drake Lemuel, Benton twp, hotel.
Falrmun Heese, Kcott twp, lioteL
Farrell llobert, Centralla boro. restaurant
Fetterman Charles, centralla boro, restaurant.
Funston c It, Berwick boro, hotel,
digger William. Bloomsburg, hotel.
uumuru ii, uioomsourg, restaurant.
Goldsworthy James. Centralla boro. hotel.
Gross l'eter, Bloomsburit, bottler.
uaKuriy dames centralis Doro. restaurant.
Hazletlno Samuel, Greenwood twp, hotel.
Hess Hiram, Benton twp, hotel;
Hess Aaron, Mimin twp, hotel,
llolllngshead David, Catawlssa twp, restaurant.
Holmes William O. Montour twn. hotel.
Jacoby o A, uloomsburg, liquor store.
Klstler Hester, Catawlssa twp, hotel.
KUse George w, Berwick boro, hotel.
Kline John L. Coavntrham twn. hnrji.
Knorr Nathan, Locust twp. holeL
Lelby Samuel, Hoarlngcreek twp, restaurant.
ujuKcuwiscr licieimau ii, jiuin twp, notei.
JIaley George, centralla boro. restaurant.
-Monroe .Mrs Thomas, Conyngham twp, restaurant.
Mourey John, Scott twp, lioteL
McFadden Kdward, Centralla boro, restaurant.
Mcllenry J B. Benton twn, hoteL
McLaughlin Arthur, Oeniralla boro, liquor btore.
Nertney John, Centralla boro, liquor store.
O'Conner Johanna, Centralla boro, liquor store.
Ferry J w, Sugarloat twp, hotel.
smith A K, Madison twp, hotel.
smith rotter. Beaver twp, hotel.
Sponenberg Benjamin, Berwick boro. restaurant.
stonner Bernard, Bloomsburg, restaurant.
Thrash A J, bcott twp, hotel.
Truckenmlller Adam, Catawlssa, restaurant.
Y'eager Wellington, Locust twpriiotcl.
Yetter Bojd H, Main twp, hotel.
Y'etter Wrleht A. catawisui. imtpi
Y'oder Aaron, Locust twp, restaurant.
April 12, issti.
I W. H.BNYDKR, Clerk.
J G. M. ciUICK, Deputy.
WHEREAS, the Hon. Wiuuam Elwell
President Judge or the Court ot Oyer and
Terminer and General Jail Delivery, court ot Quar
ter fcessions or the Peace and the Court ot Common
Pleas and Orphans' Court In the S6th Judicial Dis
trict, composed or the counties or Columbia aDd
Montour, and the Hons. James Lake and F. L
Shuman, Associate Judges ot Columbia county
havo Issued thelr,precept,bearlng date the 13th day
ol Feb. In the year or our Lord one thousand eight
hundred and elghty-slx, and to me directed ror
holding a Court or Oyer and Terminer and General
Quarter Sessions ot tho Peace, Court ol Common
Fleas and Orphans' Court, In Bloomsburg, In tho
county or Columbia, on the tlrst Monday.bclng
tho urd day or May ne, to continue ror two
Notice Is hereby given to the coroner.to the Jus
tices or the Fcace, and the constables or the said
County ot t.'olumbla,that they bo then and there lu
their proper person at 10 o'clock In the rorenoon ot
said 3rd day or May with their records Inqui
sitions and other remembrances, to do those things
wnicn to their onices appertain to be done. And
thoso that are bound by recognizance to proaooute
against the prisoners that aro or maybe In the all
or the said county or columb!a,to bo then and thero
to prosecute them as shall be lust. Jurors aro re
quested to bo punctual In their attendance,
agreeably tothelrnotlees. liatedat Bloomsburg
.1 the 2nd day ot April In the year or our
. H. y Ixira one thousand eight hundred and
v I elchtv-slx. and in th nnn htindre,! Hnii
ninth year or thu IndetMmripnra nf thp iinifjui
Htatcs ot America.
ouenn-sumcc, SAMUEL SMITH,
IX ) SOTO I F,T? R aw"?
haonow rully resumed my ronner business as
Claim Agent ror 1'ensions, Bounty, Back Fay, 4c.
I correspond directly with tho Ixpartmenta, be
cause 1 have lo-,t talth In Washington agenu. I
ask no pay unless tho claimant recovers, except
the necemary preliminary costs. Those entitled
to (KM bounty under the Act or 1812, under a re-c-ent
decision, should be advued, lwlll answer no
it-iicr unit's mere is a return stamp. I call es
pecial attention to men who enlisted ror three
years prior to July 22, imi. who were actually
mustered Into service lor three years prior to
August o, lMii, and wero discharged lor promotion
U, 11. UHUCKWAY,
apr.9-s. Bloomsburg, in.
OTICE OF INCORPORATION.
IN THE COURT OP COMMON I'I.EASl'OK THE COUNT
February term, lstKS, No. 0.
Notice Is hereby given that an application will
bo made to the i aid Court on Saturday, Ihe eighth
day ot May, lsoa, at lu o'clock a. m., under the Act
or Assembly or the Cammonwealth or Pennsylva
nia, entitled, "An Act to ProUdo lor the Incorpor
ation and ltegulatlon ot Certain Corpoiatlonsap
pioved April 23, .871 and thesupplementsthereto,
ror-the cnarterol an Intended corporation to bu
called the "Bloomsburg Board ot Trade." tho
cnarter and object or whereor Is "The encourage,
lnent. and nrottiction of tradn nnii ,.,'
ineree'1 and lor these puriosea to have, possess
uuu iiijvj, miiuu uguia, uL-iicuiB uuu iriuege8 ot
the said Act ot Assembly and Its supplements.
. llAVIU LOWK.NUKltll,
April is issc-3t, I'retldenL
A DMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.
Awtf o Haru Wattert, latt of Maai$on tvp. dVe'd
Letters or administration In said estate havloe
beeu granted lo the undersigned administrator,
all ptrsous Indebted to said estate are hereby no
lltled lo pay the same, aud thc.su having clalmu
against suld estate present the same to
apr 23 HKV. if. l, MLNlto, Administrator,
eUbu heiLUtai-kiiuwu .Miperft'a lu uwooua-
l'rlrmlow. (Jrurtu Nuner),
IK III. '. A T.nSiiVh.Vi