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TVM, . JACOBT, Editor.
'Wednesday, Aug. ., 1S6T. Tm. Pittwoiu fc CoTnT Pork Row Wow York tare duly oulhorlaad to aoltrtt and receive anbeerlij. "on. nod advertising for tho Dtmtenl clnr.pub. lahed at Blooniaburg, Columbia county, Fa, Mate, DUtrlct V Comity Ticket. Ihr Jitdgc of the Supreme 'Court, '- OF rHlI-AIKliI'IllA. ASSEMRLY, 'CirT. TIIMUS HIALFAM, of Montour County. PiiEniKP, IJIORDECAI TMLLAKD, of Centre Iwp. l'REAMIKER, JACOB YOHE, of JlilUin Tvrp. COUNTY COMM R. DAVID YEAGER, f Locust Ti. WHY rOMM'B. TIIOS. J. WELL1VER, of 5It. Pkasant. AliDITOll, JACOB IIARRIS, of IleniloOk Twp. Till: MIAR9WOOD "Ol'IMO.H.' Tlie Republican boustiiifc'ly wills upon tho Deuiocratw papers to print tbo opinion of Judgo Sliarswuod ou tlio lofiiil toudor ques tion. Why, in the mmio of couunon wjnsu, don't the nmn puUiMi it liinisulf, instead of giving hUroadurH guTuled extract from tlio document especially if it is of such n terribly disloyal ubnmcter as to completely auuihiluto Judge Slmrswood'u reputulion its a patriot? Come, Doctor, it is your thunder make her rattle I We thirc you to print the opitiiou iu full, so that your rcauVrs may have a proper underbuilding case. "Why call upou us to furnish the (supposed) roofi of tho umvortliyncss of our candi dute when you, an you allege, have hem at hand ? The qiiiniou will be fuund pub lished verbatim in the Philadelphia Age of tho 11th iust.,a paper which penetrates every nook and comer of Pennsylvania where u Democrat is to bo found. Why does tho Republican koep it buck? It is our opinion that tho Jti.iniblie.aii will not accept our challenge, and jmblieb -tho opinion in full. That journal is afraid of tho light. But we Khali see whether it will longer insult tho common sense of iu readers by withholding from them what it 'claims to be amplo proof of the uulitnc.is of .Judgo Sharswood to nit ou the Supreme bench. Let the "opinion" appear in the columns of tho Republican, otherwise let that journal "dry up" on the sulijcet. i a. Stanton Kicked Out. Lavs Deo I Johnson has done one good 'thing. Ho has kicked .Stanton out of the ' Cabinet. lie would not go out until he wab kicked out. Tn this respect we fear he rep resents tho Mongrel party. It is doubtful whether they will give up power until com pelled to. Mr. Johnson asked Mr. Stanton 'to resign, when he sont a most insulting le'.- tcr, tolling mm that no would not, where upon Mr. Johnson suspended him, and made General Grant acting Secretary nf War. We would fondly hope that the lineh-pin being knocked oat, tlio whole wagon will full to pieces. There has been a mysterious influence surrounding Mr. -Johnson, which no theory has locn able to unravel. Why he should retain Stanton, who has opposed him at every step, and why -Seward should bo the defender and pupport cr of Stanton, though pretending t differ from him, and support the President, all these are curious SsuAa, and diffisult to be understood by outsiders. Would that Andrew Johnson would rise like a giant reft-cAcd, and hurl the enemies of our country to perdition. All he has to do is, simply to obey hit oath of ejlice, lie is Commander in Chief f the army- Lot him wtihdraw it at once from tho southern States and send it to Gen. Sherman to pre lect our western settlers; Let Mm admin ister the government cm the Constitution pare and simple, and pay no attention what ever to the so-called laws of Congress, that presume to wipe out States. Is he to turn traitor bcause Congrats has 7 That is the question fur him to ask himself, and answer if ho can. With ono grand effort now ho could right the ship of State. Let hint put Seward in tho same boat with his friend Stanton, and get rid at once and forever of the whole gang of plotters, conspirators and architects of rain, who havo dragged our country into its present abyss of woe. JBQJ In our next wo intend publishing the able speech of Hon. Benjamin II. Hill, of Georgia. It was delivered on the 10th of J uly last at Atlanta, before a large assem blage. The Bcllfonte Watchman fays: "It is the ablest thing wo have seen from the South on the situation, and exactly embodies : our ideas in regard to what ought to be the policy of tho South. We have been utterly astonished that any man of decency or intelligence in the South would willingly accept the shameful and despotio govern ment wlneU Congress would lorco upon thorn. We woudor that more feeling is not expressed on the subject for wo did not be lieve the Southern people to be of thoso who "lick the hand that smites them," and wo are glad to soe this indication of their waking up." . .pa? Frank Leslie's Magazine is on hand for September, looking as tempting as a largo fine luscious peach. Its fashion plates cannot be surpassed. If we wero a lady (and wo often wished wo wore for awhile anyhow,) wo certainly should not do with out this Magazino We can't see how any ono can. There is an immense amount of labor and money expended on this publica lion for which tho proprietor is entitled to a liberal support., , Aruksted. J. II.-Bradley. Esa..' the enior counsel for the defoneo in tho Surratt trial, was arrested on Thursday morning upou toe ttllKlavit ot Major Ilichards. Su porintondout of tho Washington Police, for handing a letter supposed to bo a challenge to Judge tuber lie was taken beforo luagiatrat-'Waived - an ' examination,' and gave bonds in fifteen hundred dollar! (or his appearance when required. Republican Convention. Between tho hours of one and two o'clock on Monday afternoon lost, tho Republican Blockhead Convention of this County was hold in the Court House in Bloomnburg. It wns decidedly the slimost affair, to bo called a Convention, evor held in this Coun ty; and if wo may tako this Convention a a fair indication of tho dwindling away of the Blockhead Party In Columbia County, there will bo but few of the party left niter tho 8th day of October next On motion of Col. Knorr, a Delegate from Bloom, the Convention came to order by tho calling of Benjamin P. Fort nor, of Catawis sa, to tho Chair ; and on motion, Cnpt. Jackson, of Berwick, and M. W. Monroe, of Montour, were chosen Secretaries. 'The wheels of the Convention now being slightly iu motion, Col. Knorr ofleretl a res olution appointing -John Hnrtman, of the "Buckhorn" -in Jlomluck, and somo "other man," as Heprcsontutivo Conferees, which was accepted without a dissenting voico. A motion wo then mado to the ufl'eot that the Convention proceed to the nomination of a full County Ticket, which was agreed to. For the oflico of Sheriff the Convention nominated Silas Connor, of Orange, with out opposition. There being no time taken up "by applause, tho Convention immediate ly proceeded to nominate a candidate for 'County Treasurer. That lucky individual was our townsman, I. W. Hartmnn, who, we 'have 'no doubt, would make a creditable officer if he had an opportunity of serving; but whilo the Democratic party cIioohc to manage the financial affairs of the County, Mr. H. will be obliged to occupy an unin terested sent. The Democracy proposo to handsomely elect Mr. Jacob Yolio, of Mifflin. The 'next nian put tip was Silas Jiihn on, of Locust, for County Commissioner. Of course David Veager, tho Democratic nominee, will uiitnnce ?ir. duiinson. incsc Johnson Republicans who are interested in running a paper, swear that they will wit support this man ; so what will bo done ? We can ice nothing left for the Tioniiuco in that event but to suffer defeat. For Auditor, a very important office "but. little sought after, especially in the Re publican ranks, (he 'Convention nominated . Yetter, of Maine, ffo most likely will be elected to slay in Maine, and attend to his present vocation. The last and only nomination, that might he considered almost a "sure pop" for an office, was that of Klisha Iliiyman, of Greenwood. This nomination was made to the great disappointment of quite a num ber of lliu more ardent workers of the blockhead party. This nomination wnsfor the office of Jury Connnissioner. An entire ticket having been nominated, "Col. Knorr rose toliis feet and stated to the Convention that Dr. John was present, and that he (John) had a lot of rcsolirtions in his pocket, drawn up for tho express pur pose (by the request of several delegates) of having them read at the Convention, and therefore, lie (Knorr) would move that Dr. John bo requested to read them. The Con vention took favorable action on the matter. The groat "I Am" of the Republican arose, drew forth from his pocket a roll of paper, and Toad therefrom a string of resolutions as long as the moral law, complimenting and endorsing the Abolition Congress for their (di.i)uniotnsm, Ciov. Geary for his (dishonesty, and Judgo Williams for his not disapproving of their ruinous and high handed measures. It is not necessary for us to say that these resolutions -were adapted, when thcro was nobody in tho Convention who dared op pose them, after the great letter-writer had finished reading, putting in them all the vim, force, emphasis and phytic he could produce. The President, Andrew Johnson, who P. John once boasted of having voted for in the Baltimore Convention, was given the complete go-bye. A- Johnson may con sider himself honored by their silence ; whilo, on the other hand, Senator Cameron was bedaubed all over with their saliva, not at all complimentary to astatesman or acknowl edged ability and true worth, but the old Winnebago may take it all right. Some ono made a motion to adjourn, mid Rcn-jam-in put the motion to tho Conven tion and adjourned hnr sine dir. BfjcovRFJ. Sinco our last Lsiuo, the most important of tho papers stolen from tho safe in the office of 8. B. Boycr, Ev, in this place, have been recovered. Those papers, the reader will remember, related to tho trial of Fahnestock vs. Boycr. They wero received by J. B. Packer, Esq., from Williamspnrt, by mail. Tho sender docs not go into any explanation nor docs ho say why ho did not send all tho papers. He said if Mr. Boycr was successful in the suit he would claim the reward, but does not give his namo or address. It is evident that the thief or thioves upon opening tho safe, and coming first upon tho tin box containing the papers, made off with it under tho im pression that it contained the object of their search, v. greenbacks Xortk'd Count; Democrat. 8QF President Johnsonhas "suspended," in other words kicked tho uotorious Stanton out of his Cabinet, and Gen. Grant has been appointed Secretary of War ad interim. It would have been a blessing to tho country if tho President would have dono so two years and a halfago. Much of tho bad feeling which now exists, and tho deplorable con dition of tho country resulting therefrom, would havo been thereby avoidod. But, better late thau never. Every radical our in tho land is yelping at tho heels of tho President, but he pursues the "even tenor of his way," audmiuda thorn not Read ing Gazelt Alas and alack I We thought a part of our mission in this world had been ac complished. Under the most humane im pulses we took Doctor John in baud to re move 'letters on tho brain', .written by himself to bluutflf. ; But the patient has relapsed.-' The disease i will ; probably be more unmanagblo than ever, and wo can only tender his readers our profound, ijou: dolences, Thia ig rtrowM u Veatk f'Judfe Aruintronr. WiuiAMsroRT, Pa., August 13. The Hon. James Armstrong died this ovoning, aged 79 years, after a .long illness. , Ho was ono of tho most diitinguished mcmWs of the bar in this part of Pennsylvania, and has not missed a Court In Lycoming County for tho past forty years, except during tho timo he was on tho bench of tho Supremo Court He was oinployod in all important cases in our courts, and aided in tho cou v'iellon of ovory criminal who wns over oxo culod in tliis county. Ho was highly estoem ed for his moral worth and was beneficial to many commencing business life. Ho was a full mombcr of the Presbyterian Church, and gavo liberally to iu support . A Goon Example. An exchange thus records (ho good 'example of a prominent Democrat in the proper dissemination Of Democratic principles: "Ono of our sub scribers came to our office one day last week and renewed his subscription fbr another year. He then ordered n copy of the :papcr to be sent to his two brother and 'his work man, and then paid for them n yenr in ad vance, remarking I lint "these wero times when men ought to read the truth," Wc record this example of a humble but earnest Democrat with pleasure. Tt is worthy to bo followed by others, tat tho people rend sound paper-) mid understand Hilly tho aim ami object of the Jacobin leaders, and there will be a change in the public opinion. Old men should ciicourago flic young men to take mid reail Teinoerntio papers. Jot them grow up with correct principles. We commend the above to the consideration of our friends in tho county. - -. i . A Gai.-i.ant Affair. On Sunday night ono ofetir merchants was aroused from his clumbers by hearing snmo ono on the kitch en roof of his 'hntiso. Taking his revolver he weiit'lo the place and discovered a young nmn coolly attempting to get in a window. As 'his ai-tioiis were hardly I hose of a burglar the merchant spoke to him before shooting, and (he young man liko Crockett's conn, was very glad to "come down." In reply to his questions, the young man stated that ho had come to pay a friendly visit to tho servant girl, and utterly disclaimed all bur glarious intentions. His captor, however, marched him to jail, and yesterday he was taken before a Justice of tho Penco. The girl was sent for and, much as she regretted tlio necessity, site admitted tlio sou im peachment" that he was visiting her with her consent. The young gent was Sued 1 5 and costs under the city ordinance, and warned to be more circumspect in his mid night rambles. Lyromino Umrtte, To repel the invasion on onr liber tics, which tho enemies of our country who aro now in power, arc making demands that onr voice should be heard through the BALLOT-BOX, and that their despotic acts should there hp rebuked. Every Dem ocratic vote is needed to help to redeem our magnificent old State from tho hands of the dcspoilcr nndplitndcrerfrom thejiLcnwho would place you on an equality with the negro and make the African your ruler and law maker. Every consideration of duty, honor, interest, and lovo of liberty, should now induce every one, who considers him self a member of tho great Democratic par ty, and belonging to tho whito race, to be up and actively engaged in this contest nnd by his vote show his respect for his race, the laws of the land, and the liberties of the country. B0 Forney who is writing letters to the 7 Vest from Europe, gives ample and detail ed accounts of all tho hotels he has visited in that part of tho World. His descriptive powers in that hue can t be disputed, con sidering tho opportunity he has had in this country to test tho quality of the different drinking houses. His last letter in the Prets describes Baden Baden, a celebrated water ing place on tho continent, noted for its ar istocratic gambling saloons. Forney writes as familiarly of "carte," "faro," "roulette," and "cards," as any professional could, proving his familiarity with the games. But at the end wo can fancy him rolling up the whites of his eyes as ho writes tho fol lowing sentence, "Heaven savo my country from ever consenting to such a system or becoming familliar to such sights." This is rich, coming from Forney, and richer still to come from a dcuison of Washington city. Danville Jntalligrnecr. i. Dkxtf.r Bkats Himself Again-. Dex ter in tho recent race for fc.'.SOO, at tho Riverside Track, Boston, against Brown George nnd running mate, milo heats, best threo iu five in harness, won tho race in thrco straight heats, making the milo in L'.JD, beating tho fastest time on record, and his own Kalamazoo time (2. 10 J), on a track fortylfce.t over half milc.cxact measurement. Brown George and mato trotted ndmirably, making faster time than ever before, fre quently lapping Dexter. The race was wit nessed by about ten thousand persons, who wero drawn together out of curiosity to wit ness this extraordinary performance of the "King of the Turf." Of courso there was no betting, except on time, and this was fixed at 2-22, although many marked him as high as 2.25. The Yankees, of course were fairly astounded, and now the famo of Ucxtcr resounds throughout aU JNcw J'.n gland. Wo tako great pleasure in recording t he successive triumphs of our little Orango County horse, for the reason that we aro a full believer in the maxim that "blood will tell." Gonhcn Republican. 6&" Tho Lancaster (Pa.,) Intelligencer says that tho Radical party in that county divided up between the Stevens, Cameron and Thug factions, havo split asunder, and aro likely to have two tickots in tho field at tho fall election. ,'Old Thad.' addressed a letter to tho County Committoo, intima ting what course to pursuo, opposition to which ho should regard as 'Rebellion ;' but notwithstanding las lash the Committee by a vote of 33 to 18 rofused to bo governed by his counsols. According to Mr. Stevens they are all Rebels, and wo shall expect to see war mado upon thorn at onco. S$r -Some of tho Mongrel editors are willing to displace the drunken Sheridan for the Stealing Butler. , The editors who want to make thisoliange, wo presume, are thorn colvos, more adieted to theft than drunkon ness. They would therefore, prefer to,tcrye uhder Butlet than undor ShormW For the Bloomsbnrg Democrat. IN MEMORIAL. Tbo following resolutions wero adopted at a regular mooting of Jackson Lodgo No. 72 I. 0. of 0, T. of Pennsylvania, August 17th, 1807. - Wliereas. It has pleased Almighty God to remove vory suddonly from our midst, our beloved Brother, Steward P. Sterner, therefore, Resohed. That in the death of our Brother wo havo sustained an irreparable loss and most painful bercavomont, tho au guish of which -timo alono can nssungo- Resolved.' That wo bow in -submissive resignation to tho ijark and mysterious visi tation which has taken fVom our midst a dutiful member and a kind Brother, fueling that what is our loss-is his gain. . Resolved. That wo tender Our deep sym pathy to the family of our lamented Brother praying that Ho that docth all things well, mav sustain thorn in their beroavomcnt. Resnlrrd, That a copy of thoso resolutions bo transmitted to tho family nf our deceased Brother and that thcy'ho published in each of tlm Ceunty papers, the'lomplars' Banner, mm tno mouiii.y i-ircniar. JXO. Q. BARKLEY, Committee, I. IN. J,NI CIDY. MAliTMAX. Trouble in tub Vkuktaiilf. Line. A oiie-ii lined soldier who brought a car load of vegetables to this place tlio latter part of last week, got into a snarl with somo of our grocery men for not having license Ho had to close up but on Mon day was open ngain and disposed of his car go. Wo aro not thoroughly conversant with the difficulty, which was much talked about at tho time. It is said the soldier was sell ing for other parties. A law was passed last winter giving disabled soldiers tho priv ilege of peddling, provided they make nffij davit that they aro tho solo owners of the property they wish to dispose of. Dancill Intelligencer. FiRK 1 A new barn on projtcrly belong ing to Mr. James Hall, at tho Muncy Farms and occupied by Geo. W. Dewald, was de stroyed by fire on Sunday night between 8 and 9 o'clotk, together with tho contents. Mr. Dewald lost all his crop of wheat, hay and oats, also, harness, wagon, sorue sheep and a calf. Tho light from tho burning building was distinctly seen by our citizens, and the firo aipcnrcd to he much nearer town than it was. Mr. Hall had an insur ance of ?f00 on the building, in the Ly coming Mutual, nnd $300 on his interest iu the crops. Sir. Dewald had no insurance. He is mi industrious, hard working man and the loss falls particularly hard on him. We learn there is no doubt that the firo was tho work of an incendiary. Muncy Dumin ary. 8 Two weeks ago la:-t Saturday eve ning, e lost our Portmonia, with all its contents, at Bloomsburg, as per notice in the last Standard. Last Fridayvening's mail brought us an envclitc, post-marked Bloomsburg, enclosing and returning to us tho Xotcs, Receipts, nnd Railroad Passcs) minus tho paper money an gold coin, with out a word of explanation. Not satisfied with the reward of $10 00, wo offered tho finder of tho book for iU-J-cturnJrithJhe contents, he has very very modestly appro priated all the money mid the wallet to his own use and behoof. Lycoming Standard. RAiLROADixn. Tho strong rivalry ex isting among the different railway compan ies to direct travel to their respectivo roads has been tho means of securing many im provcnicnts eundueivo'to tho safety and comfort of passengers. And now experi ments are being mado with coal oil as a fuel for generating steam, which, if found prac tical, will abolish another disagreeable an noyance in tho thapo of cinders from the engino, which not ouly begrim nnd foul our clothes and persons, but frequently causo serious injury by burning. Dkad. Mr. Robert Winter, an old nnd esteemed citizen, was found drownod in a rain barrel, on t ndny morning Inst, it is supposed ho had had an epileptic fit, to which ho was subject, and had gone thcro for the purpose of bathing his head, when becoming overbalanced, fell in. He was very highly respected, and his death has cast a gloom upon the community. His remains were taken to their final resting place, on Sunday afternoon, followed by a largo concourso ot friends. Poaeo to his remains. Montour Aituriean. nousF. Killed. On Saturday evening last, as a valuable horso belonging to Sir. .lames opononoerg, ot iirinrorceic, was passing through this borough, it stum bled and fell, breaking tho bono of tho left fore leg, near the elbow joint Tlio nnimal lived until Monday morning, when it was killed, to put it out of misery. An exam ination was had which established the abovo fact. Mr. Sponcnberg has been quite un fortunate of late. lierwiclt Gazette Ji" Men havo an averago of thirty pounds of blood in their frames, and two hundred and forty-eight bones. Women havo tho samo number, not including whale bones. . , -- Kgr The Luzerne Union, tays it is able to state upon authority that Hon. Geo. W. Woodward declines to bo a candidate for Congress in tho Luzorno District. M A It R I K D . On tho 18th inst.. by tho Rev. William J. Eyor, Mr. Jacob Fetterman, to Miss Mary Ann h izahot h He or. both of J.oeiist J-Township, Columbia County, Pa. di i:d In Orango, on tho 10th inst-, Mrs. Su sanna 0. Hall, aged 77 years 11 months and 11 days. . , , On Saturday, the 10th inst, near Alex andria, Virginia, Steward Sterner, formerly ot tins place, aged about tj years. In Fishingereek, on the 1st inst, Jaoob ivarns, aged 08 years. ... ; : . In Wedgetown. on tho 5th inst, Mary, wife of Charles Sage, aged 63 years. , On the morning of tho 1 9th inst , R ebecca Vandkrslice, relict of Joseph Vander slice, aged 85 years and 3 days. The deceased, with hor husband, were among tbo earlier settlors of Columbia County, and have raised a numorous and respectable progeny. "She did her duty on earth, and hor reward is aure. - ''- MEW APyEKTlSEMKMTg. gHElUFF'8 SALES. nM. r-iMnt Kiptuu, ImuM mil nf Ik" Owl of Common Flni of Onlumblt Cmialy. AM ' ! mo, wl einonoa to pnmw ." at npuimlwr, ISOT, ot ont o'clock In Ino flcrnoon, tin following ruol mimo lo wll : A conoln met of lend oliwiU l Fljhlner! Coluiunli rounly. rnnulnlm ono humlrejl moro or ibm, onunaea m '""'",7,.; Jocok Lnubicli, on tho well by lamlt of Jobs Bright . .... k. r 3 ilmrna. onrf on IhO ! by lamli of John Ponlcr, on whlrh lornctiil a from awfliiiiii nniuo nnn a corn wiin mo niii" Meiwd. taken In oirautlon and to be aold u lb prop erly of Sylvoeiar I'etlcr. ,.. . At lb am lint and nlac. aeortnln If or ple of f round, aliuoM In ike town of illaauukurs', r.ol lllimia Unlimy, linf iwn nnnana lor.i umpm.... i.. rum In width, bounded on ihe wt by Iron Blrml, in ilia nnrih bv lot nf E. II. Lllll. on lli et by an alley, and on Ilia eoirth by lot nf Mra. Harrle, where. on la ererien a two oiory rrawv uwviimf- iwum w.,.. Hie appurleuancoa. TtrA Inti. tho no beliif fitly feet In width and four hundred feet deep, the oilier dOy fuel wldo and evrnlv Ave feet deep, ndjiiinlnc. bounded on the nnrlh end enat hy Inndi nf Jncub Bver, on Ihe wl by Undiflf Mlrhaol t'aeey and an alley, and on Ihe until by Third ttlroet, whnrenn i erected two frame ilwulhH bounce, with lb app'irtennncre. rlvleeil, lubi'n in Munition nndlolio eold ne the properly uf John llowell. Wiu, F Jonea, John Williaiua and Mary Winiiiina. AS0' a 1 1 in. fimu 1 1 mi, end n lore, n cert-ii n lot or piece of around, lnmie In Ihe low" of llliiiiliiir. IVL iinidle Comity, being two hundred feel deep mid forty fi-i-l wide, bounded on Ihe went by Iron ftreut, on llionorilikyloKifB.il. liilfle, on (he emit hy on alley, ami on tho enuth by a l.il of Mra. Ilarria, tviieri"n le erT-iril n two iiuty iruuiu uwl-iiiox iiuiibi with tlio nnpurtuiiunccf. ALSO t Tan ether Iota, the ono belnf 'fiOy feet in width and four hundred feet deep, the etln-r flfty f ret wide nnd reveuty nvo loot neep, niijutnina; ootinneu on Die nnrlh nod eaat by Innda of Jicob K.-r, ou the weal by Innda nf Mieli.iol i'na'-y. nnd an alley, nnd on llieeoiiih by Firel Htreet. whereon nreeniciedtwo frame dwelling houaua withppurtonaneca. At the anmetlmo and place, n lot of round rltun'lo in the llnroiirhof Cenlrnlia, l.'olumhia County, bHitg arty frt'l front and one hundred nod forty fen deep, being 'two biriui;h IiKa. boiiiiilid nn the north by ha ur Friiait-mnch r, on the weat by un jlley, on the aoiilll by lot of William .oilier, ami oil Ihe enat bv TrcntH ino ritrevl wberi-nu fa i-rcr.lcd a two atnry frame dii'ntliug hoiuo with appiirtonancna, gieil, tnlien iu '-secm-ini! and Ui bu auld aa the proper ty uf K.L llotlffrly. ALSO': All that certain two story Frame llo'iio, meanio mid li-nameut. aitilnte in Continue llorouilh in the Ctmoly nf Colombia, boon 'led nlld of lllil d luieiuiolii nafi.rioiva .- a Frame Home twenty fool front mid thirty two feet deep, being two rloriea high, uud lnriit on arerteln lot bnundid northerly by lotofl'iliu ..igler j patrtorly hy twenty feut wide Wiley i eolith- orly by lot of Mi.hnel Monnhun, and wi-atfrly l.y l.nriiat avoliao ; enntaining llvelNy-live 11-01 in ironi, and eiiemiiiig; uf that ridili, ill di-plh, tno hundml nnd forty feet. rViied. and ml; on In exentiten and to be aold a thepr'ipeiiyuf Morii.irei llmbany. HA HUKL SNIDER, Slinrfft. Blowmburc. Au;mt 1 1, 1HU7. ESTRAY. Cninelo the -prennea trf tbe inib ,eriber,ln Hemlock Tonrnahip. Owl. uoibra Cnmny.nn or nbout tho Cith nf July, iei.7, nbrindlo enw, with white mark iu forehend beeidee loine whilo miirka ntiont her body, aged about nine yeara, and not giving miicli oiilk nl preaetit. ihe owner or tm'llor ur re-l liealOU to conn; l.-rwnru boo iryw nrr.oi.rrv.nnv chnriea, anil We nil nwny, oiuurwuo rke will be diaponed of aa Hie law dirocl a. ESAU 01RTOM. Hemlock, Auguet 14. lfl7 -3w, INCORPORATION. NOTICK la hereby given that an application baa tiecn made lo llio Court of Common Plena nf Colnni Ma .fimiiiy tu grnnt n rherier of Incorpnrnlion to The ItliHiui annrc Minna I Caving Fund Aaaoc laliofl, i..... iiu,iiiiii lenroin anorifvlna the Jb torn, nrlicli-a. condiliona end name, atyle nr title of aid propnard Aaaoi-i.nion, having been died iu eaiil JESG COLEMAN, rrotb'y. Auguat 14, I PUT. THE UNION PACIFIC RAIL ROAD COMPAftY THEIR FIKST MOUTUAGFa BONDS Ah an Invcslmcnt. Tiif. rapid progress of tbo Fnton FaclPo Tluilroad, nowuildinwestrotiriimnhn, Nebraska, and forming, with it western I'mim.r.rliwiM. nn unlirtikcn line aTO.S tuO continent, attracts attention to tho value of Ilia I'll-nx .tiortgagc twnuu wiir;ii iiiu pimy now offer lo the public The firpt nutation nsknd by prudent inve!tors is, 'Are these bomls secure?" Next, 'tire they a protitablo investment ?" To reply in brief: 1st. The early completion or the whole frreat line to tho l'neihu is ns certain as imj' future businoMs event can bo. The Govern ment grant of over twenty millitm acres of i i i -ii- ti :.. : . ...... inuu nna oity minion uonurs m u nn lir.mlu iirnntiioilK' frllitrulltCOrl it. OllC fourth of tlio work is already done, and tho track continues to bo laid at the rate of two miles a day. 2,1. The Union Faeifie Railroad bonds aro issued upon what promise to be one of the most profitable lines of railroad in the coun try, r or many years it must do ino only line connecting the Atlantic and l'acitic ; and being without competition, it can maintain remunerative rates. 3d. 425 miles of this road are finished. nnd fully cuiiiniicil with depots, locomotives. cars, &c., nnd two trains nrc daily running each way. The materials for the remning 92 miles to tho eastern haso of tho Rocky M . - 1 1 .. 1 r I .iiouwuins aro on nnuu, ami is uuuer con trnct to bo done iu September. 4th. The net earnings of tho sections al ready finished aro several times trrrntartlmn tho gold iutcrcst upon tho Frst Mortgago Bonds upon such sections, nnd if not atioth' or milo of tho road were built, the part al- reatiy compieicu wouiu not only pay inter est and expenses, but be prolitablo to tho Company. 5th. Tho Union Pacific Rnilroad bonds can bo issued only as tho road progresses, and therefore can never be in tlio market unless they represent a bona file property. 6th. Their amount is ttrietly limited hy lnw to a sum equal to what is granted by tho U. 8. Government, and for which it takes a second lien as its security. This amount upon the first 517 miles west from Omaha is only $ 1 6,000 per milo. 7th. Tho fact that tho U. S. Govern ment considers a second lien upon the road a good investment, and that some of the shrewdest railroad builders of tlio country havo olrcndy paid in fivo million dollars upon the stock (which is to them a third lien), may well inspire confidence in a first lien Sth. Although it is not claimed thnt there can bo nny better securities than Gov ernments, thcro are parties who consider a first mortgago upon such a ptnpcrty ns this the very best security in tho world, and who sell their Governments to re-invest in theso bonds thus securing n greater interest. Oth. As tho UnionPacificRuilroadbonds are ofierod for tho present at 90 cents on the dollar nnd accrued interest, they aro the cheapest security in tho market, being moro than 15 percent, less than U. S. Stocks. 10th. At tho current rate of premium on gold, they pay OVER NINE PER CENT. INTEREST. . Tho daily rmberiptioiis aro already largo and they will continue to bo received in Mew York by tho , Continental National Bank, Xo. 7 Nassau Street. Clark, Dodgo k Co., Bankers, No-. 51 Wall Strcot. , ... John J. Cisco & Son, Bankers, Xo, 83 Wall Streot. And by Banks and Bankers generally throughout the United States, of whom maps and desciptive pamphlets may bo ob tained. They will also bo sent by mail from the Company a Office, No, SONassauStreet, New York, on application. Subscribers will select their own AgenU in whom they have confidence, who alono will be responsi ble to them fbr the safe doli vory -of the bondW'i '- h - - : -; , i; tym J, Cisco, Treasurer, ' . - ' iVew Yorki mi NEW ADVERTI8EME1VTI. PAXTON & HARMON, - RUPERT PA. MANVFAi'TrRERt, ACEXTS FOR SALE Of nAUOH at SONS ,' EAW BONE Siiprr Plioitlmte of fjiiue, MANUFACTURERS' PRICES, WILL I VE 40 PER CENT. i , increase of cnors. Rnpert, Aitfuat T,lr7.-Sm. EACHKRVANTEU " Foil BLOOM SCHOOL DISTRICT, Pottr Female and Bit or Heron Male Teacher are wanted for ihe rnll and Wih.-r Totim otitic Uclioola in lllooui Olairict Cnluuibla cimnty. All applieame are reiunatod In meet the County Siiperiiitendunl In Ihe upper room of Ihe 111.00 MS llHltO CAOBMV on MUNUAV the I it It of Augual at 0 o'clock A. M., for einmiiiHtinn lie. The ei-honla will open on Urn Aral (llorduy in BUI' TEA lllilt next and continue aeven inninha. J. K. KMUAU. Sue'y. Bloouialiurg. July 81, 18fl7-4i. "BEYOND THE MISSISSIPPI rt A Complete History of the Xero States and 2'vrritorics, from the Great River to tlte. Great Ocean. BT ALBERT If. KMI ARDSON, OVF.Il 20,O0 COPIES SOLD IN 1 MONTH. J.jeneil Mrtnhrmt ea Pun Ira. JltmnHtint nit IKi PltrifcVantt. II Ilk orrr 200 llncrtflirt mud I'huto jiMpaii: Vltrt of l Araeriy. t'ifirj. Jtinu. Vrnplt and Carieriiirr ike A'rw Sum unit Territtrta. Tn proapertlvo cmicraiiK nnd aittlora in tho "Far (Veal." iM ll'iainry nf that vaal and r.-nile rettiun ill prnvn an inva'uaiile naai'tniice. aupplyintt an It dooe a wnul Ions -1 1 of a full, authentic and roll aide roiileto chiiiiite, toil, prmlut-K, ineuna of travel. Ate,, &c ACKNTR WAUTKn.-Rend for rircnlara and aee our leriua, mid full doacripllnn of tho wore. . miuti-aa IM.il IOiAI. rljnl.lalllNfl CO., . .... " ""rHl Philadelphia, Pal 1 Auguat, 7, lflr,7n. i A '111; I, KVLttETT with IJERTZLER & CWON, IMPOItTERS 7 AXIS IiK.4I.E2tS IV VVJNE5 A?B L$!J0B8, i0. t i l W.HAIT STREET, AND NO. Ill UKANll'B 8TRF.F.T. IIARUV IIKRTZI.GS, UI.O. A. UL'IO.V. Aujnat 7, Ifti". '0 TEACHERS. WANTEJX Oti Mnli tr.A fine FpmnlB Tnelipr frtT thi MftYnnfih f OntrHlia, ColHittfin County, I'nr n Ir-rm f lmsIii mnntlif.or Inntwr. roinmenrfiitt nu Iho fl raft Mnmltir tn Hepl-rirht-r, Ks.iiiunitliim nf npili r.int tU tut (,M in th frhft')aii(iiiio nr tn atiove p la eft, nn ACSUT WXW lew. ut 10 o'rlot k. A. M, Hy onlur of llie BoufJ. JGUbMlAli UVONNUK hrercUry. Aupiint 7, If"i7 gAMUEL M. PRENTISS, VETERINARY SURGEON, ORAIX'frlGVIIiLi:, PA. f WII.I. treat ad liinda of ill -enara that hnrae fteall ia heir In. nnd wnern '.here la Roettrc. uu charge, Vunvin ciiri-d in 49 houra or nu pay, Auguat 7, 107. ' TO PAltitlUKS t TORRINGTON-Av-HODOKINSr M ANUFACTUKBR'i OF SU'ER PIIOSrHATE OF LIME, StMltRV, PEXX'A. An the rttnn Ifnlhnntl. fl'fl cflVr lo the firmprn tiiir Htijt' r rho.plmtp, fwlitcli, at h frtiliXHr fur Whmt, Corn. Oni. I'otalo-. 4c, cunimt b excel' led, mill warrant Hat i riiiitinrnl lmnroVr of all fcinon nf toll, (nut x-pilm ny ) It dtrt tint Art n a linpl iiniilniit. fr ono emp rniiy, but it lAniing tn U -Trci, wltirli rnn bnpmvctl by tliw farmerf nf I'ltoiitpr anil nHjnin.ns rrmmlfN, of Ihi ft at a t aio nf the Hrtjnccni cotiniit nf lQlnwaroaml MaryUiid. who lidvft unqiI nHf iiiutiufAclure forthu IaiI H yr.nt, for VVliraty 3t"J lb- per ocre, dril'mi r nmn bralrnit. For Corn. 1M1 to 9Kr lbt per aero, drnpptiJ iw hill nl lima or planting: KorOnU, l.'in lt..pir aw, gown brflndroat Tor rotaioc, 4UU Iba. ptr acre, italic rcU In tilt row. Fnr Grnnn, 300 lhi. pc-r nrr, aa n top Arwt. Tli it rjiianiiiy on Orawa laamla will prothica an In criurt on (lrt crop of I to 4 ,,n" ?n' rr. Uivi it a trial! VTo know tliat the remit Will be aatiinttorv, Mold In 118 nf 9.IM1 pnitndi enrh al t$7 pff thnti an ml puuniia at our Nr-w Mahulartory, V.otl mil Murkt-t Htret't J alao iirtmiptly ahipicrt in nil point! on I1. Sl K.. L. a- II. , N. i;. a .ut 8 V. H. Itntirl. J. K. tVr-H, Agent liloumjliurg, ftEtU & Co., Agtiitt iJaiivillo, J. E. TonRlNfiTOV, ED. HUUiiKINS Bloomabtirf, July 31, IK)7.3:.i. ASHING MACHINE. It la fenrralty rnnrftilerl that "tlia het la alft-att tlin thfrnpral r nnn tlmt bring ir raae great plcnaure la la km in tntro1tirn to tliu public DOTY'S CLOTHES WASHER alt-' which ia rapidly heenming popular and with thia Machine tho hard work nf wnahing ia inili gated ton ennifurtnblo nnd pleaaant teak. I he elnthee aro plnred iu hnt amla, and ahul in. While Ihua iinmera eil and ihe ateatii cnnDiied, the Mnrhina ia operated na aeen ehnve. Tlma thn work la aiieedllv. el,..i and enaily dono, and lhat Inn without tenting an weailng nut tho clnilmr, whlrh tn a great extent i the ennan under tliu old faahioned rubbing nrucea a, With a I I VERS AT, CIOTIIES tha whole ll.nr of wathing la hut pleaaant naa- lime entnpared with tho former tunda of RDBKINO AND BOAKINfJ, nnd twirling and wringing, Thn dirt la ao dieeolved hy tlio HOT HIIIIB lhat hut little comnreaalon la itenerary lo expel It. No family in the County ahnttld bo without DOTY'S CLOTHES WASHER : ' nnd thn ' I UN1VERBAL CLOTH EB WRINGER, The price, of ill era Macblnea rang aa followa: Family aiaoWaaher. git 00 Hotel Rlao, - IA 00 Family ataa, No. Wrlnccr 8 SO 8ln No. It. ...... 10 00 Bold hy E. D. HULL. Agent. March 7. 180T-Iy. . . i , Berwlrk, ra BLANKS I BLANKS ! 1'"" 1 01 ororr dKilf' n lot ., tt tail office, NEW STOCK OF GOODS, - FOR Tfll HIRDWARB TitADfi ' OF COLIMBIA COtm, AT TIIF. NEW BTOSK OF C. W, SNYDER, RLOOIHSDVRG, PA., . ronalrtirag nf avary arllala foaail In a tratlm lliirilwura Biura, among which ara lira following; WON, NAILS, and TKKf . r ' ' WAHON SPEINOS and AXLES, PA I NTH, 01 1.S and 01. ASS, l GRAIN and anASSVTIfS. and BYTIIEBsfATIIS, OUAlNCBAni.r. HAKIM, ..,tA KIRUY'S C0.M1UNED REAPER k MOWER, JKI.KIiKATtil) ' IIOSTETTER'f i PATENT ItAli.iriltnvn PA AND THE IMPROVED - CHERRY SEEDER. ALSO. I OIL POLISH at Uholaaala ant uunF.itccirs Retinal. filVR IMM A CAIA. n.'ntiniitlinrg, Juiin fl,'isi7. IOFK'POCM1IiTIO, W'llERKAR.'rlia Ho. W,u.ia rMntn.tMhth iu.lgi! flftlm Court nf Oyer ami Ti-ritfihcVlnd iuk ral.il l),.fv. ry. ..oi.rt of m..,t,.r ..m. of Ka Pnipi! anil 1,'uurt Of Cnnnimn I'li n. anil ...!.. ... Z 'rr'f '"I" J",li''"!1 "rKW- enmpurrrl of th cmaun ofOiluuiliia-Huinran ami WynnMng aurlthrilna laaaa lierr ami IVt. r K, Htrrliin, A,.u'at-i(..lt..,oflfol"r. nia I n .-.'lavulaaiii-ilt irr'nrierat.iir-iriii,iiA .I.... ..I it... I .. -i l. a-'o nria buml in inc. iii mo y.-ar or our Unl elm lli.ifiafmd riaat iln-il mill Irti"-ami tn me rfrrfrind fnr Imlrlirtg a 11 nfrtyi-r anil T.tiuiii,-r and liciu-ral Jail dallrrrt . L"ir,t ntnyi-r ani! I itiiiiih-r aiidlii-m-rnl j.n .u... Oimi-rul llu.-irt'-r Bainrtim. ofthe IVnre, (.'nmumn Flraa and nriilian'a Court. -in IlInotiiiHturg, ill Ilia rounlT of l:ntllllll.ll .I.a a... U .. J . l ... la. ... ' - Bepifii.liHr arm, ta runt inns nna iruA. timiti U liuri-liy givn, to iha I Wo'ltirr, fta JaVtirra of tlio rimrnand Coiialuhiaa nf the rnirl county ufL'sl. umtiia iliat limy bo th.-n and Ihr-ra in thirir umnrr aar anil at III n'rlorlt in the foroniH-n nf raid day r. lib Ihrif rvionla, lii.iiilll.n. nml other remembrance Iu d Ilinae lliiuga within their ntltcea iippr-rtuni to bedim. Autl thoae tlmt :tre liniiuil bv loroeiiiy.niir.,. ii. nwtmr. again! tin! iriaiiiii-ra Hint are or innr bo iu the JailaT mill county ot Colombia In hi- then and there tnvroM. cute tin-in aa alnll h.- Iriil. 5iycfra M-e "ri-iirirri. ri lu te pumlunl in ili-li attiiilartf.e.r.gri-i-abiyVnni-Tr hoarca " ) Katfil at Woimrjburg.Wie tfrrhilhy wf lorV, . V ill the year ef our linl oaa hira,f,nrl etg I 1 hniiilred aii'l isii?. and m ib. nin 1..H. yiir of the Imh.peiideriee of the United Klalea oT l tauti aava-nia i.'nMannwatLTit. I . . HA MVfiL SNYDER, Sheriff. Bloomalmrg, Angnn, H)u7. QITAT10N TO LE.MtJEL POTTER, A1I111 r of ClmrlM Stuwart, deo'd. roi.i'MiilA cnirN-ry. gsj In the Orrrlian.' Cenrl in nnd far ttta tald rtjaalT, II ia (afar n'a lima r'untalneil ; ' The pniliuii of Weali-y FletflH Mflfrtrelly ree. rerenta, thai Chnrlr, Hirwart-, of aald l.iaviy, iliilabrttt Ihe BrWt of June, A.f IwiS. or no t before, intmxnie. and thai adiuiniatratlnn f bia nmla. thmrrla nml rradila waa on Ihe Kd day of J. ne, A. II., ir-iu, doty granted hy Ihe Reglaler nf aiuil County lo Lrmni l Potter, and that the ui-iitlno-ar becaiiH auri-ly in Inn aiini of ail hundred dal la rl III the ailuiiiii'lrallon bond or Ihe raid Lemuel I'ot ler. wi'h romlilioo iirrnriliiig to law. thnt by irlu of ilm attihoniy nmrerred iiion him aa adnuuiafra. lor nfi.n rai.l. the rnid l.nniii-1 Foliar pna-a.aad hlmaelf nf the aald r.iila, ehattela and eredtta amnaniing in ruluetnthe aiiui ot ima bitudred and I'nriy dollara and ninety eight cinla al by an lore a lury nt the a.m.r fil.-rl h tha uAim nl Ihe aa d Regie ler on Ihe d day of June A. n.. Itaa, will appear. Toe pelllioiirt further rrprearnta thai the aold Lemuel l'ntt.-r ia waiting and miarannadng aaid aalnle and retierlv under hia rharge, by neglectleg and rrfuamg lo n-iiderfull and teal arri.niita nfaurh eatnle nr fuoprrty enuie to hia handa or knowledge, 'he petitioner tberetore prnya ilia Courl lo laua a ritiition In the raid Lemuel Potter, requiring blul in appear In thia I'nurl on a day crrtaia, tnauawei thla rouipluint, and ehnw eaitae If auy he hare why he aliotild not be ordered lo give rueh eouiitvr areur illea aa the Court hull irdgv nereaaary 10 tademnify the petitioner egainal loaa by ri-aaon of hia aurely. ahip. anittnai Ilia I'nnrl lll grt.nl auch fitrlber ta lief na uiay be iiutliorteeu hy l:iw. Whereupmi May II, IN.T, ellailun dlrrriedtolim. ttel Potter In. on the Aral duy of ueil IVrut, ahota eauae why he ahuu'd lint give additional aeeurily ol be remnved. In leatimaay wlnraiif I Hit a btrc-nni k. H. aet my hand and rmiaed Ihe nfhrial aaal nf ( ) annl L'unrt to be affiled ikia Iweuicth da nf May. A. D.,IHoJ, trusts COLEMAN. Cl tu ninomahnrg. Jttly Id, tdtt7. Q RAND JURORS, FOR hT.rTF.MUEP. TFRM IM7. Wnnm -Wm . fhr ITer. J. J.nrnitcr, Win. H'flrMa. Uriar t'heek-Adam llietlerick. Hnr. Berwick J. H. Iiodann. f'rnire Mm. Hhaller. Conyngliant Peter llnrrer. Flahing Ureak Henry Ib-ielllilie., Frnnktln lanne llrinlerali'.. lirniliwooil lleuhen Itiill, WilaO" .11, T.ldi llcml.ick-.faaae Purrell. Maine Franna Flaming, John F, Miuruan . Mniliaon t.'ltarlea Tyretltan. Mit!lin-ll"iir Metier, l. II, llraa, Uranfe 5r.nmcl A:hunharh, lioiiring Creek 'Franklin trneilin, fcnlt-tl w. Crevellni. tVm, llnwer, Jan Xtyhart, ftijitHnnrniMiJ, Cule. tflladilek lieta. rH VERSE JURORS, rOtt rttrTEMBEn TKItM 1S07. Bloom Mirlmel Waller Win llaiillenian Heaver Wiu, Michael, John Lougnntwgar, r, Jafin Hlimnan e llrinr t;reek-J. f!. rtmllh Ik'tltnli Jultn J. M llrnry i;enlralia llor.-Juaepli M. Freeh " , I'nnynifliaui Philip Urenail , Frnnhlin-Kliac Weaver, Joel Znrr - Fiahing L'reek-Eliaaa.Sllltker Grienitcod V7iu. It Ikcler, Uhailea llcacoek, llaviil Uemott . Ileiulorli .i-bnled Rnbhlne -l.ociifl-Joiina Fetteru-an, Cbarloa Dllllg, John Bny- il,-r, Uenjiiniln Wuttnt-r, Ml'Hin Jna. o Wintrrcteen, Phineaa smith,. ramnat Nuaa. Philip Crcary, rJauiuel O-nay John It v,0 Ml. Plenaant-John Wanleh fimlfray Mellck Mn.llaon peter Wnlf. Jaeub N (iirturt Montour Jackaon Lethy Maino W Lnng.-nberger I'ine Itichnrd W l.ynuo Unnriog Creek Daniel Rarlf, Daniel GntiHart, Auiti Uriiigi . . LIST OF CAUSES FOR TRIAL AT SEPTEMBER TERM 1807. I F.li Jnneevo. Miloa C. Abbott, at al. 3 Wright lluthea ve. Pelrr Miller. .1 Jnnalhun Kniula a. Wright Hnglied. - 4 Mnry E. Uruen va. Robert 8. Howell al all 5 David Fry r. David Ahntitin. H W llllam A. alnrr vi. Jamoa Dyke. ? Tlimnoe J. Vnnderaliee ve. Amaa flretber. n eylvrater J. Fnui va. WllliaaiC. Wrteaa adalft. 9 Jacub B. Kvanite. William C. Sruena edntre. I Juai fh Lilley re. Peter Malliek II J.irob A. riwiiher va. Ilithard W. I.yota. i LJ Jam- a Gnnuaii va. Michael Lreane. at al. CI Ueorgo lirown va, Leonnrd rUineuian. M L'harlca W. Caiitibil elal.va. Hugh W, McRey. nulda el al. ... . IS Sylveatiu J, Faux va. John Rolihinaon. HI Tillman Fain va. Uylveatug i. Faui. 17 Ji hn Treniblv at al. va. Merv K Ureen. al al. JaeaL ;:inrk Stowiirt, el al. va. Klijah 0. Cloaver. -laaflliborali Dean va Owen 1. Dean. uu franklin Yneuni va. WlllluniT. ihnmin. " VI Bilward McCallatal. va. Julia Swecoey. . "'""ch InaurnnceCo va. Hiitiua t) (blve. a.J John Kelehner va Juremtaa K lleaa adiore. M Ml linn Traugh u.e. va. Philip . Moyar. el at. Si w' Wllllaat Kva wlfa. Jtl Robert J. I.yona admre. va. Weaiey Lena. i it" 'Vlrker va. N. L. Campbell. - d Uiarlea M. Millar va. Iha Townehip ofHInoaa S h M " va. David Kruru a Adair. JU u.-nrgr i Drum va. laaaa Vettar, JI David Vsngsr, va, Cllnioa p-wlt, at al 1 ' ! ' Eloom.bnri July 31, lt)o7. jJEW STORE AjN'D HKSy GOODS, 1 ua fltlreni ,f lllnnmahurf and vlrlnltv ara ta. ' " foriued thai U. Ii. rJlohuer taiVS a IriV"' UROCFItV AND CONFECTIONARY BTORR. i;.-' ' iniho'-oliiRobbiaririaund,'' lately purehaiei an J - -httod up by him. If you doalro to purchaao . COFFEE, TEA. - L , VINEGAR. nCKl.EB. I ! PLAIN and fancy. , .... eoAPa, ' i . ,v . r TiMIAOI.il. .. .tMAtifL: CKACKURS. RABINS. CANnf&l" of every doacripllnn. and a (rent Variety of MhM " arliclea. Nmloiia, tc, cheaper lhan al aiy other ! " ' tall eaiabliabmant n thia aection, call upon ,'. m B, II, BTOUNTKM Bloomaburg, Auguat 7. IH17. MEYERS' Newly Improved - - i CRESCENT 80AtK m OVERSTRUNG PIANOS. ;; " London Priao MadaJ MM Wthart lawarda lo. Aamtr- ' lea received. ( ' , Malodioua tn awond hand Planaa; Morie,,, , ,'w . . AiCH rrTRKT J t ..,d April ro, 86T-am. ktlow Mk rmuL, I'rV.rt 1 J