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THE COLUMBIAN, BLOOMSBUKG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
CUAB. B. DllOCKWAY
Democratic. Stale Convention.
VitP. Democratic Stale Onmintltoc, nt its incit
ing, on January aith.nt llnrrlsburg, ndopted the,
1st. That tlio rcgulnr Convention of the parly,
or nominating n candidate fur Iho supremo
nrh. bo held nl llarrisburg, on the SI'.COND
TUKSDAY (IK .ll'NI'., lsii7, nt twelve o'clock M
imd that said Convent ton bo composed of the n
ual number or delegates. . .
Ind. In addition thereto, It I, recommended to
the Democracy of rcnnsslvaninloFOimiWITH
elect, In the usual manner, two delegates, of to
ognlrcd position and influence in the party, ror
each Uenrcsentutlve niul Senator In their ro-e-jnctlvo
district, who shall meet lit MASS CON
VENTION, nt Harrlsburg, on n day to be fixed by
tlw Chairman of Iho state Cent ml Committee.
Hy order of tho lieinocrallo state Committee,
WILLIAM A. WALLACi:.,
n. I FenKTKit, Secretary.
TO OUR PAHHONS.
The Columiuax lins been less Minn
three months under Its present mnimgC'
nicnt, yet tho support accorded it Inid
been most gratlfylug, niul proves that
the people appreciate our efforts to give
them a flrst-clns3 paper. Where there
arc so many hundred different tastes to
cater for, it is of course Impossible in
every particular to plcaso all ; yet we
believe we havo fulfilled the promises
made, to our subscribers at tho com
mencement of our enterprise. Our party
lias been strengthened and consolidated.
The falsehoods of tho lladical organ hero
havo been checked and exposed. Its
negro suffrage and equality doctrines
havo been held up to the public eye
Tho reaction against it hero lias been
overwhelming, and its defeat at the
These results arc especially gratifying ;
and it is equally so, to find that our party
friends know nnd appreciate that they
havo In Tim Columbian, an organ,
ablo and willing to defend its tenets, its
doctrines, its measures and lis men.
They shall not be disappointed.
In order to enablo ourselves to do
promptly nnd efficiently the labor wo
havo proposed, wo havo purchased a
'STEAM POWER PRESS, which will
be In running order about the first of
April. It is tho most complete and
efficient ono in this section of the State,
"Wo havo also supplied ourselves with a
lot of new typo and oflleo furniture
Tho wholo at a cost of twenty-five lum
tired dollars ; and wo trust our friends
will, in a substantial manner, second
our efforts to make tho organ of the De
mocracy of Columbia County a power
and a success.
As heretofore, wo shall endeavor to
give all tho news, to discuss all ques
tions fairly, to keep our readers posted
on local ovents, to provide reading mat
ter for the farmer and the mechanic,
and to secure a wcleomo in the family
circle. Above all, tec shall most stinli
ously exclude from our columns all those
pernicious and indecent advertisements,
with which so many of our eotcmpora
ries arc filled.
Thero are constantly occurring, in
different parts of tho country most as
toundlngpsychologicsl phenomena; but
because they are distant, or because wo
know not tho parties, they are heard
with a doubt and a shrug of the shoul
ders. 3Ulss Owen of whom wo spoke a few
weuks ago, wo know ; wo had the facts
from Indisputable sources ; and as thero
is no doubt of tho facts stated, thespec
ulations concerning them nro not alto
gether fanciful. Tho case wo givo be
low Is of an entirely different nature.
It is clairvoyant, and mnemonic. It is
probable that sho has at somo time heard
latin recitations; sho may havo also
studied drawing without takinglcssons.
Tho facts are, if possible, moro singu
lar than tlioeo In tho easo of Rebecca
Owen, and Inexplicable by any known
laws of life.
Tho New York Evening Gazette says:
A trustworthy gentleman gives us an
account of nn extraordinary illness of a
young woman, a Miss Winsor, in Prov
idence, Rhodo Island. Miss W. had
been confined to licr bed for several
months, and has not partaken of suffi
cient nourishment to keep her alive If
sho had been In a normal condition.
Yet her faculties havo becomo strangely
acute, and sho seems to bo endowed
with a species of second sight. "When
tho physician, Dr. Ira harrow, calls on
her, sho can tell tho number of visits ho
has mado, tho number of tho houses of
his patients, and described accurately
Tho clock having been removed from
her cliambersho was enabled to deter
mine at any hour tho exact tlmo of day
or night, nnd sho would tlecrlbo tho
color, sizo nnd marks of tho doctor's
horse, and tho huo and tho toxturo of
the linings of his carriage. Sho com
posed n poem, which sho called tiie
"Sea Serpent," onc-hulf of cadi Hue In
Latin and tho rest in English, which
was pronounced by tho professors of
Brown University pure Latin, although
hho novor hart tho least instruction in
tho langunge. Sho also draws finely
without having taken lessons, nnd does
other extraordinary things not to bo ac
counted for by any of tho known laws
of temperament, medicine or sclenco.
Whllo asleep, her right nnn is constant
ly in motion, though it is perfectly
powerless when sho is awake. A num
ber of tho physicians and savans of
I'rovldenco nro deeply interested in tho
easo of Miss YVlnsor, and aro endeavor
ing to solve tho mystery of her seem
ing supernatural power.
Tnr. number of Indians in tho United
Slate at present is 55,7".
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by Tlcknor nnd Fields, Uoston ; is a
now edition of tho Novels of Charles
Dickens, In tho neatest, best nnd cheap
eft stylo we have ever seen them got up.
Tho works will he comprised In twelve
or fifteen volumes, and furnished at
the low prlco of 81. ai for the plain, and
SI.50 for tho Illustrated edition. Tho
voluiiios will bo Issued at tho rato of
ono per mouth. They begin with The
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makes a hook of four hundred and six-
ty-llvo duublo column pages, with a
portrait of IMckcns, nnd sixteen full
pago illustrations, exquisitely humor
ous. Tho print Is beautifully neat and
clear, tho binding ornamented green
cloth, tho tizo so convenient that you
can put tho volume In your coat pocket,
or hold It nt your easo anywhere j nnd
this we hold to bo ono great considera
tion In book-making.
We havo no question that this 1 tho
cheapest, mot convenient, and elegant
edition of Dickens that has ever been
offered to tho American public. Tho
volumes will bo sent frco of cost on TO'
ceipt of tho price by tho publishers ; or
If our friends desire it wo will bo glad
to order tho books and furnish them at
tho publishers prices, on receipt of tho
money. Every body can manage now
to get a copy of Dickens complete, and
such beautiful books so cheap, will be a
thing of joy forovor.
"Backbone," being a selection of ar
ticles frdm tho "Scalpel" nn occasional
publication by Dr. Edward II. Dixon,
is published by R.M. DoWItt, 13 Frank
fort Street, New York. Pages, au'O. It
is absolutely impossible to glvo our
readers any id"a of tho contents of tho
volume ; but wo can say that It is a racy,
fierce, insolent, independent attack up
on all kinds of Radical old fogyUm ;
and in its courso hits right and left at
everything elso that conies in It way
Tho book is for sale by D. A. Dcckley,
The Jliversidc Magazine, for young
people. Tho April number is ono of
unusual excellence, comprising great
variety in its articles and Illustrations,
and is characterized by the prominence
given to "out-door life."
The story of tho "Little Rid Ilin"
will causo many a hearty laugh, and
the little children will bo specially en
tertained with two stories about their.
pot, the squirrel. Dr. Hayes, tho Arc
tic explorer, continues his story of Phil
ip, tho Greenland Hunter. Vieux
Moustacho's article Is upon "Spring
Sports." There is a story about a sin
gular fish, tho (iarpike, and another
concerning a new way of Hying kites,
whllo the coming of Spring Is tiiinoun
cod by an Easter Hymn, with music.
Hurd & Houghton nro tho publishers
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scription price, jli.uO per annum.
Senator Wilson has taken one step
toward rescuing tho country from fur
ther di-grnce, by ills resolutions concer
ning tho trial of Jihti:umn Davis
It is now very nearly two years since
ho was captured and consigned to
prison, not under any process of law,
but by military authority. Meantime
tho war has ended, the armies mo dis
banded, nnd Davis .-till remains in
prison. Ho has never been nrrainged
for trial , either before u civil orjunilitnry
tribunal. Hois not held under any
authority known to tho law of the land,
No charges are on record against him,
and no effectual steps have been taken
to bring him to trial. Every now and
then Congress denounces tho President
for not hanging him tho President ex
plains mat no nas no power or au
thority even to try him, and tho Chief
Juscico declines, to metkllo witli tho
matter at all until tho condition of
Virginia is more to his mind. Mean
tlmo Davib lies in prison, and nobody
is responsible for it, or has tho power,
apparently, either to put him on trial,
or set him free. This stale of tilings
would be a disgraeo to tho worst days of
tho worst despotisms of Europe Start
ling stories used to bo told of victim
of Austrian tyranny being left to rot in
tho dungeons of Spielderg until even
their names nnd existenco had been
forgotten. Our Government, by its
treatment of tho only conspicuous Stato
prisoner they havo bad, seems likely
to relievo tho reputation of foreign des
potisms from tho unshared obloquy
under which it has restcdso long. Wo
agree witli tho Massachusetts Senator,
that Davis should either be put upon
Ills trial or set at liberty.
MURDER OF MRS. SURRATT,
TICK TltUTlI AT LAST.
In order that our readers may see the
very words Used we cut from tho regu
lar proceedings that part of General
Butler's speech, llo said :
If during tho war tho gentleman from
Ohio Mr. Dinsluiml did as much ns
I did in that direction I should bo glad
to recognizo that much done. But tho
only victim of tho gentleman's prowess
that I know of was an innocent woman,
hanged upon tho scaffold. Ills onlv
victim in tho war was Mrs. Surratt.
I can sustain tho memory of Fort
Fisher, if ho and his as-oeiates can sus
tain him in tho blood of n woman tried
by a military commission and con
demned without sufficient evidence, in
General Butler calls Mrs. Surrall "an
innocent woman;" "tried by a military
commission and condemned without
So then, when rogues fall out honest
men and women too.get their own. But
can this acknowledgment restoro her
mother to .Miss Surratt,or take the guilt
from Stanton and Holt of Murder, and
tho "victim an innocent women'.'" No!
it confirm it. The Woofdif "nn innocent
woman" is on their bunds, tho guilt of
her murder Is on their souN. And yet
they live nnd nro In high olllco! 11ns
tho law Indeed lost Its power, and is tho
manhood of America buried in tho
Washinotiv-v, Mnich H, lfC",
Dhau Coi.umiiian, Tho Radicals
nro determined tosarry out In this city
tho extreme limit of political favor to
tho negroes. It Is probablo that tho
time for holding tho munlcpai election,
which would tnko place in its regular
courso next year, will lie changed to
,luno of tills year, so us to enablo the
newly created "citizens" to exercise
their voting privilege nt nn early date.
It Is much to bo feared, from tho npa-
tliy shown by tho white voters of the
city, that tho candidates of tho blacks
will bo elected. Tho indlguntlon which
is felt by tho whites at tho courso of
Congress in relation to suffrago often
expresses Itself In n determination to
forego their rights ns voters, nnd allow
tho negroes full piny nt tho polls. This
Is shown in tho result of tho registra
tion of voters which is now taking
place. In tho First Ward tho only
ward in which tho registration thus far
lias been completed thero wero four
hundred and fifty-seven moro blacks
registered than whites, and It is feared
tho same preponderance of numbers In
favor of tho blacks will bo shown in tho
other wards. Many of tho citizens nro,
however, waking up to tho importance
of a fair trial of political strength be
tween tho whites nnd blacks at the
polls. Ward meetings are spoken of In
furtherance of this object, nnd ono late
ly held in tho Second Ward is looked
upon as tho Iniatory step in tins direc
tion for tho accomplishment of much
positive good. Thero is a hard fight be
fore us, and extra exertions are required
to defeat tho designs of tho Radicals.
A spicy debate took placo In the
House on Thursday, of which Mr.
lilnghani, of Ohio, and Detiiel Fisher
Rutler,were the prominent participants.
Mr. llingham, who sits on tho Demo
cratic s.ido of tho House, was charged
by Mr. Butler with having gone over
to that sido not only In body but in
spirit. Mr. Bingham replied, by a re
view of Jiis opponent's military record
in anything but a flattering answer, and
Mr. Butler in reply charged Mr. Bing
ham with having been tho active means
of hanging nn innocent woman (Mrs.
Surratt). Mr. Bingham alluded to Mr.
Butler's courso In tho Charleston Con
vention, nnd the active part ho took in
favor of Jeff Davis, snowing in his
courso then a damning record which
could not bo obliterated by his present
political position. Altogether, tho
"horo" of Fort Fisher seems to have
been severely dealt with.
Butler, by tho way, has lately received
a present from somo ono in tho South
in tho shape of an iron spoon. Tho se
lection all will readily admit, is an ap
propriate one. Butler, if not born with
a sllvcrspoou In his mouth, has mado
up for the neglect in Iii.s older days.
Ono of the hardest hits Butler has re
ceived in Congress was given by "Hon
est John Covode." Tho Southern re
lief bill being before tho House, Mr.
Covode remarked that during tho war
ho had sent a number of packages to
Federal prisoners in tho South. "Ho
had sent them with duo care through
tho hands of General Butler, at Fort
ress Monroe, but not ono lias over
readied tho prisoners."
Tho lato message of tho President ex
plaining his motives for vetoing tho
Supplemental Reconstruction Bill is
considered n noblo production, and
you should not fail to publish it. There
is so much of the true Christain spirit
shown in it that ono cannot but bo im
pressed with its spirit.
I havo Just tiiii'J before closing this
letter to givo you tho result of one day's
registration in tho Second Ward. Tho
wholo number registered was GOO ; of
these -111 wero colored and 1U8 while.
Tho vast number of Negroes that
flocked here after Iho war is perhaps
ono reason of this majority over the,
whites, and their easy importation hero'
by means of tho Froedmon's Bureau is
probably tho principal one.
BnAVr.lt. Constable. John llinlcr
liter; Supervisors, Nathan Bredbender,
Charles Hoats; Assessor, A. W. Mann,
Assistant Assessors, Moses Schlichcr,
Daniel Gcarhart; Poor Overseers, ('has.
Michael, Isaac Kllngerman ; Judge,
Andrew Shunian; Auditor, Ed warn
Schell; Inspectors, Levi Michael, David
Fink; School Directors, Wm. Michael,
Br.NTON, Constable, Abraham A.
Kline; Supervisors, John R. Davis,
John Ikeler; Poor Overseers, Jacob
WclIIever, Ruben Gibbons; School
Directors, Thomas Slgfried, Hiram Ash
Inspectors, Abraham llartman, W.Ash;
Assessor, Abraham A. Kline: Assistant
Assessor, StottE. Collcy, I. K. Krick
bauin; Auditor, Win. Apploman ;
Judge, John Klell'er.
Bloom. Judge, Jeremiah J. Brower;
Inspectors, Jo-lali H. Furinan, Ellas
Mendcnhall ; School Directors, Charles
B. Brockway. Andrew M. Rupert; Su
pervisors, Peter Blllmeyer, John
J. Barkley, Matthias Shaffer; Poor
Overseers, .John Lcncock, Samuel Mel
Hck ; Assessor, Leonard 11. Rupert ; As
sistant Assessors, Ell ; Barton, Jos. W.
llendershol; Constables, Leonard S.
Stlneinan, Chester C. Marr; Auditor,
John K. Grotz.
Bon. Binnvicic.-Chlef Ilurcess. Isaiah
Bower; Assistant Burgess, Henry Fran
I.Ull II V I, 1,1,1., 1, ... 44, IllfWlllll, J, J,,
Bowman, D. C. M'lieny, Win. Jlerrin,
inuisou uweu; justice oi mo reace, it.
II. Eaton; Juritre, Richard Thonm-oii :
.sciiooi inreciois, j, .-. rsaiuiers, i;. is.
Hull; Assessor, N. W. Sleeker; Assis
tant Assessors, (ieorgo li, Thomson,
Paul Kli-Ketlall ; Overseers of Poor Gil
bert Fowler, Jacob Mover; Countable,
John M'Auall; High Constable, Hiram
Smothers; Auditor, Hiram R. Bower.
BniAiicnr.i:K. Judge, Isaac Bower;
Inspectors, Levi Shaffer, iteeco M. Eck;
Hupervi-ors Eminer DIetericli. Jeremiah
(.'.Smith; Assessor, Enos I?. Adams;
Assistant Assessors, .Samuel Kelclmer,
George M. I lower; School Directors,
Wesley B. Freas, James Boylc; Over
seers of tho 1 oor, Wm. Kllnetoh, Geo.
Evans ; Constable, Adam Suit ; Auditor
John 11. Smith,
Catawissa. Constable, 1' G. Camp
bell; Assessor, Clinton Ellis; Judge,
Solomon Sliuman: Inspectors, Walter
Scott, Samuel II, Deiiuer; School Di
rectors; Benjamin P. I'ortner, Goorgo
lllcliel; Poor Overseers, Stephen Baldy
Peter Kerns; Audltor.Jolm K.ltobbhis
Assistant Asses-ors, (loo, Scott, James
S. M'Nlnch ; Supervisors, John Kelffcr,
Cr.NTitr.. Judge, Jeremiah Hngcn
buch ; Inspectors, Ellns Crony, Tlieo.
M'D. Prlco; Supervisors, Sam. Ilagen
bucli, Sainucin. Hutchison; Overseers
of tho Poor, Frederick Frcy, Daniel
Neyhard; Assessor. Josso Hoffman ;
Assistant; Assessors, Samuel llower,
Frederick llngenbucfi ; School Directors
Henry Sliall'er, Samuel C. Kelclmer)
Constable, lllrnni A.Schweppeiihelscr;
Auditor, Lafayette Creasy ; Town Clerk
Coxynoiiam. Justices of (he Peace,
Uriah TIley, Andrew Mull ; Constable,
Franklin Wnrnlck; Judge, Charles
Notlinau : Inspectors, Peter Snyder,
Jan. Ilrennen; School Directors, Patrick
M'Ginley, II years, I'cterSnyder, 1! years
Froedrlck R. Wohlforth, 1 year; Audi
tors, Casper Hughes !1 years, Henry
Moser, t! years, Luko Brennaii, 1 year;
Town Clerk, William Dolphin ; Super
visor, Lawrence Cacy ; Assessor, F.
R. Wohlforth; Assistant Assessors,
Jnmes Dewey llllatii Goodman; Poor
Overseers, Fetor S. llclwig, Charles
Engoi ; Treasurer, Frederick R. Woh
lforth. Fi.sinxnciiEnK. Judge, Levi Ilelsh
Hue ; Inspectors. .1, F. Hutchison ; J. Y.
Allegar ; Constable, Tlios. J Hutchison;
Poor Overseers, Jnines Edgar, John
Wcnner: School Directors, C. B. White
Cyrus Bobbins; Assessor, Hugh M'
Bride; Assistant Assessors, Philip
Appleman, C. 11. M'Hcnry; Auditor,
Danial M'Henry; Supervisors' Joseph
Column, Peter Crcveliiig ; Town Clerk,
FitANivLiN. Judge, Michael Mcnsch
Inspectors, Daniel Zarr, Wm. Claywell
Supervisors, John Holder,.! os. Hartman
Constable, Hamilton F. Clark; Auditor
Jacob Kostcnbauder; Assessor, William
Teplej Assistant Assessors, Clinton
aMenueniiaii. .lonainan Former ; hciiooi
Directors, Ziba Osinun, C. Seosholtz ;
Poor Overseers, Abraham Lilley Joshua
Mendcnhall; Town Clerk, Salnuel
Gr.r.UNwoorj. Judge. Pnrvin Eves;
Inspectors. Wesley Moris. A. E. Kline:
Supevisors, A. II. Kitchen, F. P. Eves,
I'oter Ulrton, Jolin Tiiomas,(last llirce
tie); Assessor, John Kester; Hum
phrey Parker; Poor Overseers, Aaron
Muscravo, Isaac Haycock ; Constable,
Jacob S. Evans; Auditor, Geo. Masters
School Director-', II. F. Battaln, John
btiuition, I'.awin .lomi, i year.
Hi:mlock. Judge Gideon, Sleeker;
Inspectors, Lewis Girton, L. Wright;
Constable, Daniel Neihart; Supervisors
Isaac G. Pui'scl. Daniel Yocum: Poor
Overseers. James Boat, Reuben Bogart;
School Directors, Poswell Folk, John
G. Nevius: Assessor, James W. Edar;
Assistant Assessors. Hugh 1). M' Bride,
Ruben Boniboy; Auditor, William H.
Jackson. Justice of IhoPeaco Benja
min F. Savase; Judge, Joshua Savage ;
Constable, Elisha Bobbins ; Supervisors,
Michael Beniley, Jacob Young ; inspect
ors, Abram luious, Henry Wagner;
School Directors, Georgo Getty, Hiram
Baker; Assessor, II. Shultz; Assistant
Assessors, John M'Hcnry, Geo. llurlo
nian; Auditor, Geo. W. Fnrver; Town
Clerk, Silas W. M'Henry; Poor Over
seers, William Parks, John Yorks.
Locust. Justice of tho Peace, Peter
J. Swank ; Supervisors, Peter Bitncr,
Michael M. llower: Judge. John P.
Walter; School directors, Isaac Fisher,
Silas John-on; Auditor, Isaac Dyer;
Constable, Solomon Fcttcrman ; Asses
sor, Gcra llower; Assistant Assessors,
.lonas caiinnger, .lacou istino; inspec
tors. Samuel 1'. Lcvan. Maberrv Snv-
dcr; Poor Overseers, Christian Small,
John Reinbold ; Town Clerk, David S.
Madison. Justices, I). A. Watson,
John Smith ; Constable, Wm. M'Ninch :
Assessor, C. II. Tyrenian ; Assistant
Assessors, itlcliaril JJeniott, E. 11. Jlnrt
mnn ; Supervisors, John Smith, C.
Krcamer; School Directors, Wm. Dc
niott, Isaac Wagner; Poor Overseers,
Lewis Schuyler, Valentino Welliver;
Judge, Henry Wagner; Inspectors, Jos.
C. Smith, William Masteller; Auditor,
T. 11. Ginglcs,
Maim:. Justice of tho "Peace, Chas.
Nitss; Constable, Rudolph Shumtui ;
Supervisors, Jacob Fisher, Amos Dca
nor: School Directors. Jeremiah Dorr.
Wm. Masteller As-e-sor, Wm. T. Shu-
,.n, . .t.o.'r.n,..; .a," T.. I.
111 ill. , Ulliavi .T Wl X UUI , ,.1111 Ml' I J 'L lljll,
John J. Gcarhart; Auditor, Wm. Long
enberger; Judge, John Harmony ; in
spectors, J. E. Longcnberger, A. R. Shu-
man; .Assistant ..assessors, .jonn au-s
Peter Fisher; Town Clerk, Isaac Yet
Mii'plin. Constable, Peter J. Lantz;
Supervisors, Peter Michael. Abraham
Masteller; School Directors, Isaac An
drews, Charles G rover ; Poor Overseers,
John R. Yoho, Charles If, Hess; Jtidgo
A. C. Millard: Inspectors, Jonas Ilnrt,
zel, ElcazorSchweppenheiser ; Assessor-
saniuei isciiwopponiiciser, Aiirctl W,
I less, (tio vote) ; Assistant Asses-ors,
Thomas Aten, GeorgoBrown ; Auditor,
j una .vicn.
MoN'roun. Supervisor?, Peter lleiin
baeh, Andrew Clark ; Judge, John Diet
terick ; Inspectors, Henry Lazarus, Ellas
uigor; uonstauio, livan welliver: 1'oor
Overseers, Joseph Mauser, John Leiby ;
School Directors. Michael Ranch. Noah
Mauser; Asses-or, Joseph Ranch; All-
tutor, isaao Aiowery ; Assistant Asscs
sors, nono elected.
Mt. Pleasant. Judge. John Wa.-
nicli ; Constable, Georgo Cramer: Poor
uverscers, iiavid Applcmuu, Benjamin
Kistler; Inspectors, Ru-sel l.cmoii, Joel
ReicheldelferjSupervfsors, Ellas Howell,
Peter Hippenstecl; Auditors, Joseph
R. Vandersllce, :l years John Kline, '1
years; Assessor, Jo-epli Ikeler; School
assistant Assessors, none elected.
On.iNGi:. Judge, Edward Dolong ;
Inspectors, Oscar Achenbach, Silas Con
ner; Supervisors, John Van LIow,Aaron
Patterson ; School Directors, John Van
Liew, John Snyder, HowardH, Grimes,
D. K. Sloan ; Poor Overseers, Daniel
Kieier, iteuueu l (el las ; Assessor, M
B. Patterson: Assistant Assessors. Thos
M'Henry, Reuben Stiller; Constable,
M. 0. Keller; Auditor, E. J. Rlcketts.
Pini:. Con-table, Thomas Harlen:
Overseers of tho Poor, Benjamin Win-
tersteen, Jonn w nitmoyer; .scltool III
rectors, P. W.Sones, Jacob Long; Su
iiervlsors, Cornelius M'Ern. Josenh
Sweeny; Assessor, A. G. Girton; As
sistant Assessors, .ioim Lore, ij.A.uar
iimii t Inspectors, Uriah Chaniberlln,
Ira Puisel; Judge, Henry Richie; Au
ditors', 1. W. Soues, U yours, Joshua
iioiiuiiis, i year.
RoAitiNiicitiniu. Justices of tho
Peace, John C. -Meyers, John 1). llau1.: :
Supervisors, Henry Hoffman, Samuel
Hauki Poor Overseers. Abraham Wit.
ncr, Joseph Lovan ; School Directors,
Charles Dyer, Kilns Rarig, William
Rlioads, Amzl Craig, (last three tio);
Auditors, .hidah ('liorriugton, Nathan
ureisuacn, tnanes i;ck, .losiali J,
Thomas, Israel llolstlne, Martin Ernst,
Ua-tfoiirtioi ; Judge, Abraham llleber;
Inspostors, .lacob Ernwino, Lewis Ilrels
bach ; Assessor, Nathan Dreisbach ; As
sistant Assessors, John C. Meyers, Abra
ham Wltner; Constable, Jacob Long
cnberger, Scott. Judge, Georgo W. ('reveling;
In.-peclors. Isaac M'Kiitnev, Thomas
Trench; Supervisors, BeiiJ, Zclglor,
lteiibeiiCulp; School Directors, Charles.
S, Fowler, M.G, Kinney; Pour Over
seers, John Shunian. O-car P. Knt; Au
ditor, Wm. A. Bnrton, 1 year, Thomas
Crevellng, II years: Assessor, William
Cliristnian ; Constable, Sain'l Kressler;
Assistant Assessors, nono elected.
St'dAiii.oAr. Constable, Wm. A.
Kilo; Judge, Cyrus Larlsli : Inspectors,
Wm. B. Pcterman, John Mooro;
School Directors, Aaron Parks, Alexan
der Hess; Assessor, Joseph O, Hess;
Assistant Assessors, Jesso Fritz, Henry
C. Hess; Supervisors, Wm. Hess, Jo
seph O. Iless; Auditor, Elijah J. Al
berlson. Poor Overseers, Kilns Fritz,
IMilInilt ililti Mmhcti.
Wkuni-sday, March ?T.
Gltoci:itll'.s. Ill sugar there Is very
little doing. CO lihds of Cuba sold nt 10J
cents currency nnd 110 boxes of clarified
at lie, gold. ,
FLouit. Tho market continues very
brisk. About 1,3)0 bbls sold In lots to
(ho homo trade Including
NolthnrKtern Mlicrllnont -8.00(3 S..VI
Norlhwcstclll extra 1UK9 KM"
Noilhwe-teni family ll..VVrf.l'l..V)
lVnnsylvnnluaml We-tern snperllno... H.iiKi) ii.no
lVnnsvlMinlannil Western extra IWhuIojuj
lVnn-vlvanlannil Welern family Ii.nw3ll.0n
1 Vnn-ylvnnla nnd Western laney ll.iUu.17.tk)
ltye Hour 7.5U
Wnr.AT of prlino quality lias been in
good demand, and holders nro firm in
their views. Wo quote Pennsylvania
red nt S&UUC'f fj.lfi ; Southern do. nt $3.00
( 3.15, and white nt$3.ir(rf3.a; Pennn,
Ryo rnnges nt 1111)0111 $1.15. In Corn
no Imprvin't. with sales of 1,000 bus.at
()tc mid O'Jo for now yellow, anil SI for
white. Oats ore selling at (WC" ilc. Tho
receipts to-day areas follows: 1,050 bbls
llour;L',S00 bus. wheat ; 10,000 bus. com,
t!,"S0 bus. oats.
PnovisioNs Continue very dull, but
prices nro unchanged. Small sales nro
making nt per barrel for new
mess. Mess beef ranges from $21.25(j)
Sill for Western ami city packed. Dress
ed hogs sell at Sl(,!)c. Smoked hams
aro steady at ir( 17c ; pickled do nt 13(3
13Jc. Smoked shoulders nt .HMllJe.
nnd salted do nt 8W!lc, Lard sells nt
13(ti 131c Y1 lb for prime in bbls nnd tier
ces. Sr.uns Clovorsccd is in fair demnnd
nnd 200 bushels wero sold nt from SS.00
( $0.00 per bus, tho latter rato for choice:
timothy sells at $4.00 and flaxseed at
$3.10($3.12 per bus.
Cattli: maukut. Beef cattle wero
very dull this week, and prices wero
unsettled and lower. About 1.050 head
sold at the Avoimo Drove-yard at prices
ranging from ICalTc for extra Pennsyl
vania and Western steers; llalolc for
lair to good do. and 12nl3c nor lfc for
common, as to quality. Tho market
closed very dull withni tho abovo rango
of prices. Cows wero unchanged. Sheen
were in fair demand. Hogs wero dull
Cows. Woro unchanged; 200 head
oldat$50a75 for springers, and $00at)0
per head for cow and calf.
Sin:i:i. Were in fair demand; 7,000
hood sold at Oa'Jio per lb, gross, as to
Hons. Were dull and rather lower:
3,700 head sold at tho different yards, nt
rom $ioau per iyo ns, nctt.
Sixer. 1801. Mexico lias had 23 Presi
dents, 7 Dictators, 2 Emperors, 1 Vice
rresiiient, ami 1 uoiieranssimo.
Wheat ner bushel
. 1 ll)
. 10 mi
.. 7 Ml
Hour ner barrel.....
Skies irtul Shoulders
Lard per pouud
Hay per Ion
Yi:rrl:l!,StA IlTWOOI)l the iwldenre of
the bride's lather, in Pal Ion, N. Y., on the huh
Inst., by Hev. Joseph .Madis -Mr. WllllauUI.
Yeller.of Calawlsa, Pa., and Miss lllaua Sjwart-
SltlCh'-Cf.AJtK-On the Wlh Inst., at St. Paul's
Peetory, by tho ltev. 'lholuas II. Cullen, Mr, P.
A. Schick to .Miss Mattle.1. Clark, both of Cut
awlssa. ;i7.T.IAV)-7fr'.V)MA-Ill Asbury, on the7lh
lut., by Iiev. W. c. Ileser, Mr. Wislev Ice
land 10 Miss Maggie Punkah, both of Columbia
MATWUl In (Jrcenwood on the 21th Inst ..Sam
uel Mather, ncd hlxty.llvejears.
r.l.V.V.I77'.l-Ill Ploomsbuiu, on the Sl Inst.,
Hubert I'. Cialk, son of Thomas anil Maipuet
I. Vannalla, aaed three jeais, lle months and
A7l'77VIn tlds place, on the 241 Inst., Albert
shult, ased twcnty-llvu years, two mouths and
CAHSOX In this place, on the2llh Insi.. Martha
(lllroy.daughier of William, and lalu Marv.1.
Clarson, aged thirteen days.
.f'A'O .".' In Kujjailo.if, on the 22d lust., fieorce
II. .M'l'lellan, only son of lllram and Maig.net
LungiT, aged lour jeuis, seven mouths nnd
Ono sweet flower has drooped and faded,
One sweet Infant voice has lied,
One fair brow tho gnue has shaded,
l'or our daillng now is dead.
Put wo feci nolliought of sadness,
l'or ounhlld Is happj- now,
He has kuelt in heart-A lt gladness,
Where the blessed angels how.
Ho lias gone to Heaven before us,
Put he luius nnd waves his hands,
Pointing to the glories o'er us,
In that happy sptilt laud,
Oo.l has called our Utile Ci.ni.LiB,
Willi Ihe angels now Indwell,
Against His ways we would not murmur,
Pur He docth all Ihlngs well.
s, v, 11.
PA TT::S0X-hi Lpy, on the 21 of February
IMiT, Tannic, daughter of Oeorge and Nnnev
l'.itleMiii,aged two years, llveiuouths and six-
'IMll'STUK ACCOUNT OF 'HI 13 ES
JL TATU OK 1'ltANKI.I.V CitLVKLINO, A Lu
natic. All persons Inteiesied will tnko notice,
Hint Samuel frevellny, Comnillteo ol rranklln
l ieM llngalunalle, has Hied his Hrst account of
the management of the cstaloof tho said lunatic
Willi tho l'rothonotary of l ho Court of Common
licas of tho County or Columbia, and that the
said account will be presented to the Judges of
tho Court uf Common l'ieas of said County, for
the lieai lug and contli niatlon, on Tuesday, tho
scNcmli day of )Iav next,
JIXsi: COLl'.MAN, l'rothonotary.
Woouisburg, Mauiiai, IsO.-til.
.vj'oj' run ritiiu'i
Was stolen from tho subscilber on Monday Ihe
Istli lnt 'I'tV'.k lt.il,-jlj iivo ..........
' ,,ii, -.,,-. ii.,, lltl- JliUW,
Miunro box, a set oi double harness, two hoiso
died dollais will bo paid lor Ihe applohcusloli of
the ililcr and rccou iy oi the pioperly.
Ihsnliillmi ,,, VfurM-i.w onii l.iy lloiso.nr
teen hands high, six .mum old, niriiesasiialght
neck , hcn. tall, and is heay lluihed. lliiollght
daiiiiled giay horse, mi,. on and n halt hands
high, coming si years old, has a largo head and
Uoman nose isi, puny heay chunk or n horse,
uuiys loler.ihly well, good lu.iiieiind tall.
llrm-rliJlmi i,f HutMH :-inv single seati'd Top
buggy, souare box, haing on tliesldoof tho box
!.',o U,'l ll ." " I'1"1" "" '''"'I prliiK box
U ni. Sloan s,on," ono lhulalu ltobo niurked
I)n, ni,ituii i. the Man .--lteglslereil J, II, llrown.
aged iciwien twentj-iHe and ililrly jeais, In
nig U about six lei I, slender lailll.paloeomplex.
Ion, lias no wiskers but wmea mustache, hair of
a blow nl-.li color, had on light pints nu m.sI.
I'lV-s ni 'p,wumi',m,, woie ii largo searf arouud
The above inward will be ptild loanv person or
iK-rsonsou ihe aniireheiislonof I lie said thief mid
Iho delivery of the i.roperly In It, owner, or 475
I'll tile ieeoery of Iho properlj.
'i!JUi,r. ucmwii k,
Llooiusburs, ln Ma nil Imjt
, , .1 lo'ieaii'i wnip. , icwnidorouo liuu
11 A KBlt'S
S K W I N O M A C II I N E S ,
Were awarded TlMicst l'lcinlumint the State
New Jersey Missouri,
North Carollua, Wisconsin,
AT THE FAIUS OI TI1K
American Institute, I'liuiklin Institute, Mary
land Institute, Mas. Mechanics Associa
tion, 1'enn. MecIumteH Institute, St.
Jiuuls Agricultural niul Me
And at numerous Institutes niul County l'alrn,
including all tho Mill's at which they were exhib
ited thu imst throe years, l'lr.st TrlzcH havo aUn
hecli awaided thceMiu-hlneHnt tho exhibitions of
LONDON, PAULS, DUUUX, MXZ,
lte-inran, ltayonne,Ht. Dizler, Chalons, and they
hnve Jeeu furnished, by special command, to tho
Ihutress of Kraiiee, lhiipreHSof Austria, Kmi-mss
of Iliifcsl.i, KmpruHs of Ihazll, Queen of Hulut and
Queen uf liavarlu.
THC OltOVint & UAKUIl
S E AV I N O M A C II I X K S
are superior to nil others for this following ien
mhIs: 1. They sew Hi two threads direct ftoni tflo
spools, uml requiting no rewinding,
1!. They are more easily understood and ued,
and less llablu to derangement than other ma
chines, H. Thoy nro eapableof oxeeutlnfjperfectly, with
out change of adjustment, n much greater variety
of work than other machines.
I. Tho stitch made by these nuuhlnes is much
moro Arm, eUstle, and durable, especially upon
articles which require to bo washed and Ironed
than any other stitch.
5. This stitch, owing to the manner in which tin
under thread Is Inwrought, is much the most
ptump and beautiful lu utu, and retains this
plumpness and beauty even upon articles fre
(luently washed and Ironed until they nio worn
0, Tho structure of tho seam is such thnt, though
it bo cut or broken at intervals of only a few
stitches, it will nelthur open, litn, nor ravel, but
remain II rm and durable.
7. t'nllko other machines, theso fasten both
finis of the scam by their own operation.
8. With thofco machines, while slllt Is med upon
the light or face side of tho seam, cotton nny be
used upon the other side without lessening tho
strength or durability of tho seam. Tlds can be
done on no other machine, uudlsagieat a.iving
upon all aillclus stitched or mado up with silk.
0. These machines, In addition to their superior
merits as Instruments for sewing, by a eh-uigoof
adjustment, easily learned and practiced, execute
the most beautiful and permanent embroidery
and ornamental woik.
In ndilltlon to thulr family machines thuy havo
IMPllOVKD U)CK-STITCII MA
CHINES, making n-Rlllch nltko on both sides, Tlds Com
pany make both th Lock and Double stitch Ma
chines, so that persons having a preference can
select such as they like best, and If not suited can
exchange for the other, thusglvhigthe public tho
advantage of this anangemeut. Thuy also mako
the newly invented
NO. 1 LOCK STITCH MACHINES
an ndvance upon all machines heietofore known
for sewing Willi the Lock-stitch. It Is of great
power and st length, especially adapted for tatlois,
shoemakers, harness-makers, eurrlago-trlmuiciK,
and for nil descriptions of woik to which tho
loik-stitcli Ik applicable. It works with equal
facility silk, cotton, or linen thread, and will sew
the finest muslin as well as tho thickest lcalhor.
I'rieo Su); Willi Ilcmincrx, StS. Tliolr No. 0 is
.1 light iiuxmxa macjiixj:,
containing many Improvements, ndapted for tai
loring, cst-mak!ng, light shoeiuaklng, as well as
for family sewing. Large nuinbeis of these ma
chines uio lu use, and they plve universal satis
faction. Nono w ho have seen tills machine will
willingly uso the noisy and cuiubious lock-stitch
machines herctoiore lu general use. 1'iheSM;
with Ileuiiners, SHO.
These, machines of every description can ho had
at tho agent's olllco inIUoomsbiirg, at posltlvi ly
the manufacturer's prices, to which tho attentjuu
of Ihe public Is especially Invited.
T. H. MAKTCItM,
Columbia County, l'a.
rIIE SWAX HOTEL,
Tin; CITKIl IIOUsK,
OltANOHVILLK, COL11.M1IIA CO., I'A.
Thssubserlbor respectfully Informs his friends
and the public, that lie has tnken the above well
known House of imtcrtnlmueht, and will bo
pleased to leceive the custom of all who will
lavor him wilh ueiill.
Hi: WILL KKKI' A (IOOI) tauli:,
a liar well stocked with tho best of Liquors, and
every ettort will bo mado to tender untito stitls
factlon, . JOHN SNYDLIt.
llraiige Hie, l'a., March 11, lsti7-lui.
T ACK AWAXXA A lll.OO.M.SIltTIiri
.1 J lt.MI.UOAl. On and afler May in, 18iiii, Pas
singerTruIuswllI run as follows:
A.M. A.M. P.M. P. M.
Leao Scranloii r..VI lO.m) 7,lu t.ta
" Kingston 1I..V1 ll:i S.iJ n.tsi
'" ltllpelt Ml 8.17
" Hanvllle Il.'il r.W
Air, Xoithuiuberland lo.M V,l"i
Leave N'orlhumberlaud 7,i) .VJ1
" llallMllo 7.10 iJ
" Hupirt s.li .:
" K'liigstou in..-) 2..vlpmR.rviam li.u"
Arr, Scianliai IJ.KI t.ilcl l.:i 10.11
Tialns leaving Kingston at Vto a. in. for Sci an
ion, connect Willi Train anhlng at Now Vol k at
Passengers taking Train South from Seranlon
at .Wi a in, la Norihuiuhoilaiid, leaih Harris
burg, li.Hi p m, llalllmore Sn 11 in. Washluglou
lu.ijup m, vlaHuiieit leai li Phlladi'Mihla at 7 p in.
II. A. l-O.NDA, supt t.
Kingston, P.I., Mar. ls7.
OlIKHT F. CLAllK
T T O It N i: Y - A T L A W
Olllco corner of Main and Mm Let Mreels, mr
l irsi National Haul., liloniubni;. Pn
, AVitmsr. vs, the Hon. Wllllatn l:iu cll, Projldmt
.fudgoof th" Court of ()cr niul Terminer nod
Oeneial .tall Hellyery, Court or quarter Hui0m
ol the Pence nnd Court or Common lioas niul ,S
plian's Court In the Alth Judlelnl District ei ft
posed of Ihe eoliiilles or Columbia, Hullivnn an i
Wyoming, and the Hon, Irnm lierr and Peter if
Herb. In, Assoelalo Judges of Coluinbln couniV
have Issued their lireceut. benrltiif ilntn .V.lf
day or March, lu tho year of our Lord
thotisand.elght hundred and slxty-seven. nnd
ner nnd (leneral Jail Delivery, flcnernl Ousr!;
Sessions or the Pence, Common Pleas nnd ornh
mi's Court, In Dloouisburg, In the count v or c
............ ......... ...r.. ,.,i, .., , tiK my yu, gHy u.
May next, to continue onu week. ' ul
Notice is herebv elven. to Ihnr'nnihr., ., .
Jusileesor tlioPenci nnd tho CnnstnblcsVr
sahl eouuly or Columbia that they bo then n,,.i
tlu-re In their proper peison nt ten o clock in tlio
rorcnoon or said day witli their records, Inouui.
Hons and other rcmcmbraticn to do those thim,.
which to their olllees uiipcrtalu to bo done And
those Hint nre bound bv rccoimlznncu. in
cute against Iho prisoners that nro or may ho i
the Jail of Ihe until eounly of Columbia to bo tho,,
anil theieto linisi'culetbcm ns shall ho lust, Jn.
Mrs ni o reipiested to be punctual lu their ntlnuj.
i L.S. Ut llfoomsbnrg, the ffltli day or March
'I In the venr of nor lit-,1 n...
and eight bundled and sixty. six, and hi tin,
nlnelli lb year or the Independence of thePnltisi
stales of America, (don mvi: Tin: fouiies-i
llliHimsburg, March ?J, 1.SH7.
f UtANl) JUllOllH
V J I'Oll MAY Ti:il.I, 1SC7.
Itriarcrct k Isaac llower.
Jlorn. Jlvrwlek .Mm JPAnall.
yfenoa Isaac K. Krickbaliln.
i are Samuel Hiilchlson, Kllas Crotuy,
f t(im.f( lleury .1. Miller,
f mtmKjM Ilanlel T. M'Kclrnali.
7vdHfeircA- David Havace. fleoreo M. Ttnwcll
Jackson Ale. '
f, 'vevnivomi Humphrey parkor.
fcaiocA' Peter llrugler.
.il'-Z-fia llobert IMgar.
Ml. l'humnt Ilanlel Vandal sllco, Kilns llowftli
Mijflln Aaron Mnstcller, John 11. Auztt.
.l-iac Aaron Miller.
Miullttm William Pursell.
lltKtrtnuercvk Abraham Heaver.
Niitinrlutif Wheeler Hhiiltt, Itlcluml Kile.
X l'OIt MAY TLP.M, LSilT,
llloam Joslah II. 1'urmau, Isnlah llartnitui
Thomas J, Weiincr.
rolitrt cs Lnos Adams, John Fester, Jr.
7cnccr Cliarles P. Matiu, Nathan firo&bentlor
Nnthaii llredbcniler. sr.
Jlorn. in rii frA William It. Illttenliouse.
ttitfiaf..'! .John Malt. Adnm l'oderotr.
I'ltnthlln (leolge Halt man.
Mshln'cra k m. Ash, Prdlip Appleman.
(invniiufMl James Mauulng, John Ullor.
yfoaf.W. Hugh W.H'Ueynotds, And row J. Kra.
inlt, Isaac Pursell William II, Htioemakur, Wm
.nrusl Peter Miller, Jacob llnrnor.
Mifflin John C. Heller.
Mimluur Isaac Mowry.
M'Hllmn Win. Itarlobl, Samuel Hlmby, Jr.
Ml. yVcflwiaf Peter Httipeuslhd.
1'lnr Ira Pursell.
Jiitnrhum'evk Daniel Unrig.
,Sruil .loliu shumau, A. (J. Thornton.
Nuynrlmi Joslah 1. Krltz, Henry C. lies.
rjilll All LIST FPU MAY TI3UM, 1807.
1. Wm. L. Lance vs. Alfred Crevellng ct.ftl.
'2. lletijaiiitu .arr and Wife vs. Wm. Hharplcsd.
3. lMward Illlner vs. Tho Locust MountulnCoid
4. M. Chaiuberllu use vs, SIlnsD. Kdgnr,
ft. Jacob lleiuley vs. The Cntawlss ltuilroa1 On.
li. Henry 1', Nuss vs. The borough of Berwick.
7. I lift Jones vs. Miles C. Abbott el. al.
s. Wright Hughes vs. lvter Miller.
tl. Jonathan Knlltle vs. Wright Huglavs.
1(1. Mary H. (Iiern vs. It. H. Howell et. nl.
11. John LtivernsAs, Harney Milrearty.
12. David Yvager vs. Clinton Dewitt ot. Hi.
I. t. John W. Lcschervs. PuterM. Hlshel.
I I. W'oolley A Polio vs. John W. Lescher.
15. ljlas Kruiu use vs. Daniel Kami's ndmr'.
hi. linebo i-'rv vs. Daniel Krum's ndmr's.
17. Win. A. Mnrr vs. James Dyke,
is. s lvester J. l'aux vs. W. c. Orecn'a odin'r.
III. Jacob S. P.vans v s. W. C. Green's udm'r.
l'a. J. p. l'ineher vs. Isaac Yctter.
21. Jacob A. Swisher vs. Abel Thoinns.
I"-. Jacob A. Swisher vs. Hichard Lyons.
-1. thsirgo ltrovvn vs. Leonard stelnmnn.
21. Wm.M. lloaglaud vs. Harney M'Urenrty.
ItJ. .las. stactihouso vs. Tlios. stackhouso's Kit's.
eil. Joseph Lllley vs. Peter Mollck.
'Jt. Shoud .v. llrown vs. Andrew Crevellng.
2S, D.'borah Dean vs. Owen L. Dean.
-I. IMwatd M'Call el. al. s. John wesnev.
IH. Clark Stewart and Wire vs. K. 0. Cleaver.
31. I'mnkllu Yocum vs. NYilliam T. Sliuman.
S'J. William i-'eason 1 1. al. vs. Simon C. Shivo.
.11. Jolin P. Ktrohmoyor vs. Samuel Neyhnrt.
rpiIK hOST CAUSE,
The o.vi.t HTAMiAnn Officiai.
SOUTI1I3UX IIISTOHY OF TnB
Hy Edward A. Pollard, or 'Irglnlu.
RAMt'P.L SC'l!WKPPi:NIIIHi:it OF MIFFI.IW
Townshbi, lias proem (si the Agency of Columbia
County, for the sale or Iho above work. It com
prises a mil account or the riso nnd progress of
Uin lalo Southern Conrederacy, tho campaigns,
battles, incidents and adventmes or the most gi
gantic stiiigghinrthe World's history. Completii
In one laigo volume or nearly too pages, with
TWUNTY-l'Oini HPLV.NDIl) 8TCKI,
or distinguished Conroilerato leaders. Tlte. histo
ry of tho vanriulshod has ton often fallen ha
tiie pen of tho victor, and to lusuro Justice to tho
Hwuthoin cause, the pen must he taken by somo
Southern man who is willing to devote his tlmo
mid talents tu the vindication or his countrymen,
lu a history whloh shall challrngu tho criticism
or the intelllgculfaiid Invite tho attention ot all
honest Inquirers. Hnchn work will hoof peculiar
Interest to tho candid nnd Intelligent publlcof
the Noitli, nud Is of the utmost lmiiortnnco to tho
people or the Southern States. Mr. l'o'lard, or
all writers lu tho .South, Is doubtless the best
MiMlillcd to pi eparo a ismiplcto and standard his
lory or tho War, and to commit to the present
and futuie generation a f.illhrul nnd worthy re
eoid or thelrgieat stiugglo and or a cause lost,
save lu honor, liavli.g boon employisl during tho
eiitlio period or tho War ,iu editor or a HlclimoaH
T7X( 'I I A NOE lIOTEIi,
XU IILOOMSill'ltO, COLUMH1A COUNTT, TA,
The undersigned having purchased this well
knowo nnd centrally-located house, tho Kxchnngs
Hotel, sllu.lte on MAIN fiTTtL'LT.lu Bliomsbum,
Immediately opposite the Columbia County Court
House, respectfully Informs his friends aud tho
public, in general that his houso Is now In order
fur the lecepllou nnd entcrtnlument of travellers
w ho may Iw dlsisud to favor It with their cus
tom, llo has spaied no oxpenso In preparing the
Hxrhaugo for tho entertainment of his guests,
neither shall tbcio bo anything wnntlng (on hht
Isart) to minlslcr to thoir personal oomfort. IIU
hrsise Is spAclous, nnd enjoys nn excellent busi
Oiunibiisses run nt nil times between the Kx
change Hotel aud tho va riot l railroad depots, by
which travellers will ho pleasantly conveyud l
nnd from tho respective stations In duo tlmo to
meet Uio cars. JOHN r. CAULOW.
TUoomsburg, March M, ISOfi.
ni:w i) huh HTonn.
Main Street, Illooiusburg.
Purs Drug", Chemicals, Paints, Putty, Varnishes,
IiyoHlufls, Paint llrnshcs,
sttamols skins, Perfumery
FANCY AND TOILET AHTICLIH,
ill sreat variety.
COAL OIL, COAL OIL LAMPS,
Chandeliers, Chimueys, Humors nnd Bliades,
French and Ainorl.'au Window Glass, Ac,
.Hi-Prescriptions mrvfully put up nt nil hours
or the day aud night. inarl.TCT-lt.
"VfOTlCE. ALL 1M3HHOXS KNOW-
Xl lug Ihemselvo Indebted to the underslgncsl
on Hook Account or by Note, nro requested b
make pavmcnt hy tho lueiitlctli of March next.
Those falling to comply Willi tills notice, will
have their account, ,te., placed In the hands or
the tuoiior olllccr for eollectlon.
SLOAN A MILLARD,
and D, K. SLOAN,
Orsnjerllle, Feb. 1, ls07-t,
TX T11I3 OHFIIAXS' COURT IN
.1. and for the count v of Columbia: In the matter
ot the eslalo or JO-illl'I! HAYIIt'ItST, late ol
Orange township, deceased. And now to wil,
February sIMh, lsi,7, u. Couit appoint C, H.
Hrockway, Fsij auditor to make dlstrlbullonof
the balance In tiie hands of Samuel AehenbiK'b.
ailmlulstrator, loaud amongst tlw heirs and dis
tributees. Hy the Court, l'roiu tho reeoid.
.flMSK Coi.kma.v, Clerk.
The niulllor abovo naineil will nttend to ties
ilnllLk ,if his innuiliitioeol. aLlils omceiii Hhsmis.
hang, on Monday, Ihe llrsl day of April. Isti7, nl
leu o cioci; a, lu,, nini neio an names ioiei.-n,-
lllavallend. C. II. llIiOCKWAY.
Murch s, Isi!7. .liditw.
Cd- frnrcA tiitit'tta s.v.
LM'Tlf) N E 13 11.
llavlivg fiillowed the profession of Public Vcndun
Cilei tor many .vears, would lufoini his rrlend
Mint lie is still In the ih Id, ready nnd willing m
attend lonll the ilulles of his enliliu. Peisons
dclrltv his .erviees should enll or vrrllo to h,w
at llloiiiuslmu. Pa mat ST.