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THE COLUMBIAN, BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
S-A miiti tlletl of ilropsy In Floyd
county Illinois, recently, who liad been
tupped 01 ttinw previous to Ills ileutli,
Bar In tho .Jnnllncvs l'lnntra, I'arN,
U n crnli, etich of whiwo fore Ii-ri iiipusure4!
four feet one Inch In length.
DSrM D.invlllo.Stntlon, III the Ten
iiesxou vulley the water stnmls six feet
nbovethgiop !l!ie,ttupi P.Qle,,
869 Onrltnihll persists la h1iocJ;1ii(;1iM
KiirIIhIi ndorers, Tho other day he
publicly baptized a baby In "tho nnme
01 noil nnu oi tiiojegi.naipr iesiifl.'
OST A negro recently rcfWtl to taka,
tho. oath ns postmnster at Forrest Depot
Virginia, because ho "sympathized"
with tho South during tho rebellion.
IPS" A ninchlno hai boon tried suc
cessfully In Cnlllfornln which will level
tho road for n mllwny, lay tho ties, and
placo and nail the rails, and will do tho
work of two hundred men, with the aid
JJT'A New York dealer In stamp on
Monday sold $10,000 of stamps for n bond
Issued by n Western railroad. Tho paper
thus stamped represents $00,000,000.
r6J Wo learn on good authority that
tho Republican Senators and Hepresen
tatlves have subscribed over nino
thousand dollars to the fund for sendlne
radical speakers and documents into tho
eCB Thn llomncrnrv linvo rnrrled the
city of Springfield. Hi., tho homo of tho
"lato lamented," by n majority of one
nuniireii, ami iour,
8Sy"Tlio Commissioners of Luzerne
county havo awarded tho building of
their new Jail to Lewis Haven, for
f 189,075 lie being tho lowest bidder.
tfiy An Kaston cotemporary regrets to
learn mat -a prominent citizen oi St.
Louis, who has been drinkimr imnru-
ilpnllv of thn mmliK wntnr fiirnUhnrt
for that place, died last week from a
Mincwar in nis numentary canal
B A now supplement tothecommon
school law, contains a provision, which
wns'wloptcrt by tiio House by a vote of
1G years to 3"i navs. that prohibits county
superintendents from trrantinor certifi
cates to teachers who are in tho habit of
using Intoxicating drink as a beverage1
SfS- A lady in Wnvcrlv, (N. Y) wiiilo
splitting Kindling wood on edensday
week, had her 1 1 fe saved by her wnterfal I .
Tho nxo slipped from tho handle and
came iiown upon tne duck or nor neaii,
spoiling the wnterfalf y
ryTho Mississippi Valley cost 15,
000.000 two nnd one-half cents tier acre:
Florida cost $3,000,000 eight cents per
acre; uaitiorwa, jnow aioxieoanu utan
cost ?io,ouo,ooo twcnty-nvo cents pcy
acre; Arizona costifio,iiuu)uui..-nity cents
per acre ; and iiusian America cost 7,
i'00,000 about two cents per ncre.
SSfQn Tuesday nlcht of last week
five prisoners dug themselves out of tho
Cumberland County (N.J.) Jail. Ono
young man, llko a dutiful son, went
back bocauso ills mother told him to,
leaving four to make good their escape.
iSS" A gentleman in Portland lpst an
envelope on tho street contalnincr $.100.
on Monday last. Several people, passing
supposing it to bo nn April fool loko,
kicked it nnd poked It, butno ohcJifted
it tin until ftbovpnmonlnnir. took It nn
and deveoped its contents, which! were
returned to tho owner,
tSP A Washineton'spccial savs: t'Ron
ator Buckalew has read in Exoqutiyo
session an opinion from thd Attorney
General, that under tho tenure of -office
bill, thol'resldent can fill nil. the offices
vacant when tho Senate adjourns. This
was not successfully controverted by
the various Senators, and will render
necessary a further continuance, of tho
session, or nn abandonment of nbflut
' eighty good offices.'1 '"
e3SfL Deposit "one cent in bank, double
tho amount deposited weekly for one
year as, ono cent tlioflrgt'-,week', two
centsiho second week,' four cents tho
third week, and so on for the flfty-two
weeks what do you think tKb amount
would bo at tno enu or the yeary tig'
uro ji up, uoys, anu see,
fSrTho Queen of Madagascar is said
to havo issued a terrlbli proclamation,
forbiddincr civilians to wear hat's-with
. brims. Government officers, of the
Mnlgache typo, nro alono to retain tho
old-fashioned head piece. The poorer
citizens continuo to wear their old hats
simply proving their loyalty by
touring on tno urim.
fiSS" The counsel of Cant. Wirz. who
was executed for alleged cruelties at
Andersonvllle, has just published a
statement to prove tho innocence of his
client, and says that tho night beforo tho
execution a messenger from a high' Cabi
net officer camo to him with tho offer
that If Wirz would implicate Mr. Da
vis in tho crimes charted ncrinst him his
sentence would bo commuted. Hp adds
that tho offer wits made to irz and
, declined by him.
tSf At six o'clock Monday afternoon
at Christ church, 1- Philadelphia an
interesting, ceremony was preformed.
Jllshop Vail, of Kansas, was then and
mere united in noiy wcuiock to J'.nen,
daughter of tho lato Assistant Ulshon
Bowman, of this diocese. Tho nuptial
ceremony was preformed by Bishop
Clarkson, of Nebraska, an early and
dear friend both of tho bridegroom and
of tho lato fatherof tho bridc,who,mado
tno long journey expressly lor tno pur
ear "Pittsburc contains flvo hundred
largo manufacturing establishments. It
nns nity glass lactones mm sixteen pot'
teries. forty-six iron foundries, thirty
ono rolling mills,thirty-threo machinery
establishments anu lirty-cight oil re-'
fineries; besides miscellaneous wprk . of
nunost every vnrieiy,nio wnoio turning
out. an annual product wortn ono nun
ureu minion iiouars."
rSrMiauical newspapers beincr now
engaged In scraping together accounts
or an tno crimes commiteu in the south,
and in manufacturing stories when
truth falls, tho .World shows that, by
tho last census, fassdchusclts had 12.-
700 convictions of crimo for L'231,000
population, which is one convict to ono
hundred citizens ; whilst Alabama had
only 170 convlcteons to 1,000 popula
tion, or ono conviction out, 5,30.0 peoplo,
iSTTho citizens of Kaleigh, N. C
have raised a subscription' for tiio pur
posoof erecting n monument over tho
grave of President Johnson's father,
'Which Js located In ia cemetory adjoin
ing that city. Tho President hah Icon
invited (q.ba bresnt at, thp,coreihonint
of laying the corner stone, which will
occur' about tho' lOthprox'antl 'Attune-
ceptQd. conditionally- - I
, v lOJ-Jt is reported on-very go(d au
thority that tho Kmpuror" yapofcon in
his preparations for war, is engaged in
an endeavor to' purchase, arms in the
,i United- States. ,, ,
The chances' aro apparently. In fotorpf
war on tho Luxemburg niipstlouJ '
Tiio neutral great Powers liavc.lt'ls
wild, proposed acorn ntpmlfto Of tb'o dif
ficulty, but Prussia diBapproyefl oMt. ,
eSf Tito Senate luljyurned on last Sat
urday,' leaving a gyeat many ojlleba var
cant. According to Radical Interpreta
tion of tho Tenure of offlco Bill the
President cannot All them. -If this bo
so, many important Post Oltlccj, ant)
thp collection of Hovcniro In 3omo pla
ces, must till bo suspended. Wo rather
think tho Radicals rather overshot tho
mark in thusntteinpting to tlothfePn,
. t. y"'
Kinn.vv, jiohm'mi, Ai'iuf. 'in, ihot.'
Otttt NEW PRESS.
W0 haVo hever yet had occasion to
niologlzo'-to '6ilr patron? or. sending
them defective copies of our paper.
LasLwqek, howcvcr,.we, printed tiio lu
lu? of our ctlilon on our now Steam
Power Press, and owlng'ttf tho newness'
of tho machinery null tiio Incxpcrlenco
of our men, n few copies were not up to
our usual mark. o are pleased to say
however, that tho Press and Kngiuc
work like a'charm, and In our opinion
cannot bo excelled. Wo havo now nn
establishment of, which tho Democracy
of tho County may well bo proud, and
olio which will not be surpassed by nny
In the State. Our assortment of typo
nnd material Is all now, and unusually
large, nnd wo bcllevp our circulation In
the county is larger than any' other pa
per published In It. This' is tho result
of four months work. Whllo wo have
been tho first to introduce a Stcnni Pow
er Press into the county, we nrc deter
mined not to stop at tills; but in n short
time intend to build nil ofllco for our cs
pcelal Use, and also to enlarge our sheet
Wo hcllcvo the Democracy of tho
county fully appreciate our efforts ,to
make their organ second to none in the
State, nnd will nid us cheerfully in tho
work wo have so "well begun. . Tho fact
that tho Democrats now support three
county papers is a tribute to their Intel
llgenco, and proves they.nre a reading
RADICAL LbVE FOR SOLDIERS
Wo lmvo had frequent occasion to call
the attention of our soldier friends to
tho hypocrisy of the Republican lead
ers In pretending to be their friends,
Not only does a Radical Senate refuse
to confirm them to office when appoint
ed by President Johnson, but If they
do not believo in negro suffrage doctrine
they aro slandered, by nil tho stay-ut
homo cdwards who urged them to go.
Tho recent action of our Radical Leg
isinturo is n case in point. A year ago
the miserly pittance of forty dollars
per annum, and forty dollars of a bounty
was granted tho soldiers of 1812, (who
had been in scrvico two months,) and
their widows, provided they could
provo they wero "ncali and in neecssi
But our Radical legislator's in their
grtal, lovo for the'uoldlcrs liavo repealed
tno law,' ana tho grcat.State of Pennsyl
vania has officially declared that she is
too poor to pay these few remaining old
veterans aud their widows the small al
lowance voted, them', even when they
prove they are needy 1 ami yet that
samo Legislature voted td increase Gen-
ry's. salary several thousand dollars,
to spend fifteen thousand dollars in put
ting linn up a imo. house, twelve thou
Lsand dollars in supporting a useless
agency in Washington, and to cap the
cumax, voteu tnemselvcs ono thousand
In this county we know about twenty
of these soldiers who aro needy, all of
them old and feeble,' some of them
township clinrges, and yet this "party
of grand moral ideas" approves of tak
ing the few dollars from them which
was bo nobly earned beforo many of us'
Felloiv-soldicrs ! if this Radical party
continues in power, such will be your
fate. Their care for you and or the
poor negro, is only to gel your voles, and
tins done, you may become paupers for
aughU tfiey.care, and even the pension
now paid in a depreciated currency, will
be taken from you, as it has been from
the old soldiers of 1812.
Tho-United States Sennto beforo its
recent adjournment, confirmed the fol
lowing nominations to office in Penn
Collector of Customs at Philadelphia,
Col. Joseph W. Cake, of Schuylkill co.
-.Surveyor of Customs nt Philadelphia,
Naval Officer, Philadelphia, Gen. D,
W. C. Baxter.
For tho 11th District, (Kelley's), Hon,
Thomas H. Forsyth, Assessor, and Al
exander Cummings, Collector of Inter
For tho Ctli District, Hon. Richardson
L. Wright, of Philadelphia, Assessor,
and Joseph llarnesley, of Bucks county,
For the 0th District, Lancnstcr, John
W. Warful, Assessor, and Col. Win, W,
For the 12thDistrict, Caleb 13. Wright,
or wiiicesbnrre, Collector.
Glatz, of York county for Assessor, nnd
Wm. Penn Loyd. of. Cumbprinnd for
For tho lGth District, Hon. Win
M'Gliery of Adams county Assesor, and
Uianes.w. Abhcoin, of .Bedford county
lor no isth District, Henry A.
Guernsey, of Wllilamsport Collector,
Therowcro several other. Hcvcnuo
officers selected for other Districts
AH tho Post ofllcci In tho Stato sub
Jccted.to Confirmation by tho Senate
.wcro.micd except two, Milton nnd
Newcft.s.tle. Tho,fol!oVlng were among
"t)aii VIHe O. Ut Ostrandcr.
Bloomsbtirg Jolin B. PtirseL
Towanda William B. Shaw. . .
- Williaraspbrt JoffrbjiJ. -Ayres.
Wilkcsbarre Pet6r Pursell.
J.'Scrnnton William H. Pier.
Jlydo. Pu-ki-,Wllliani Mcrrlfleld.
Doylestown . Cnpt. Goo. F Harvey.
. Huntington;-. G Ashman Miller.
.ChambersburgV William P. Welsh.
Plumer Dr. William P. Book.
Mercer Hon. William S. Garvin.
Carbondalc D. Pcn.dergnst.
TiUnaqua Mrs. Mary M'Gulgan.
Philadelphia John A. Bingham.
Houston, Texas, gives evidence of
becoming n great Southern city,
THE DANVILLE TOST-OPPIOE.
At 'the Inectlng of Congress In Decem
ber last, th6 Danville Post Office wiH
vucaTit. Tiio former Post Muster, An
drew P. Ititssel, iiowuver,contihulng to
act.' Ills eoinuiUsion had expired by
limitation of time, nt some time during
tho previous summer. Since thou there
has been a struggle upon tho question of
ltlllng tho office. Samuel T. Gullck,
Conservative,, .wnsilrst nominated .hut
rejected; afterwards Andrew 13. Russel,
Democrat, was nomlnnted nnd also re-
ccted by the Senate. Then John .
Miles, Democrat was nominated and
also rejected. Lastly, Ogden II. Os-
trander, Conservative, was nominated
early In tho presnt month ami after a
contest ho was confirmed and will be
the Post Master at that place.
The repeated rejections of good men
was at the instance of U. Merctir the
Member of Congress from tho District
and Illustrated completely the proscrlp-
tlve and intolerant spirit by which he
and his associates nro actuated. Finally
Mr. (Mrnndor was confirmed without
regard to Ills wishes and against them,
tho caso being thus concluded in n Just
and proper maimer. Mr. Ostrandcr is
it young gentleman of excellent capacity
and gooil character, and will make n
popular officer. Ho was President of
tho "Young Men's Johnson Club" of
Danville, last Fall, nnd lias sincere con
victions and a fixed position In favor of
the National Administration.
CHANGES OF VENUE.
The last Lecislaturo made itself fa
mnus for the number of acts passed to
chango the venues in certain cases to
save tneir party menus irom Having
even-handed Justice dealt out to them.
In nil these eases the parties had become
entangled wltliln tne mesnes oi tne law,
liv rpliisliii'. when nctintr as nlllrer.s of
election, to receivo voles from persons
whom tlioy considered as deserters.
When prosecuted for this, tlieso scoun
drelssoiiL'ht the aid of tho Lesislaturo
to protect them by rcniovlngtheir trials
irom Democratic counties into iiepuu
lieiin counties, assured that ill tint lat
ter locality they would be acquitted
through the partisan feelings of thejury.
In every case, save one, the Radical
majority in thoso cases granted the
request ot tnoso lmportunato ueggars,
Tho exception was a ca-e from Colum
bia county, where ascertain John Mac-
donald prosecuted two election officers
in the borougn oi uentraua, lor reius
lug his voto nt tho last general election
on the irround that ho was a "deserter.'
althouirh his name could not bo found
on the "Deserters' List." Tho defend
ants twico had their trials nut ofl'at
the Columbia county Court, by swearing
tliat important, witnesses were wanting
But tho real object was to secure i
chango of venue from Columbia to a
Republican, 'county. A pettifogging
lawyer from Centralia brought their
case to llarrisburg with a petition irom
the parties stating that through the in
fluence of a partisan Democratic Judge
unci partisan Democratlojury they could
not cet iustice. (All that alarmed
them was tlioy were afraid they would
get justice.) A bin was soon urawn up
toearry their trial into Lancaster county.
It passed tho Senate, camo over to the
House, nnd was referred to tho Commit-
teo on Local Judiciary. And right hero
wo inlulit relate n secret, how marvel
lous strango it was that in a committee
composed of two-thirds Republicans,
this bill enmo from it with a necative
recommendation. Too many of tho
Radicals weroeniovinir the festivities of
n colored brother, who had arranged a
errand sunncr for tlicm tliat nislit in
gratitudo for allowing negroes to ride
witn tno wmtes in tno street cars in
Philadelphia. While these Radical
Sttm-ons slept, their locks were shorn.
As wo liavo said, tne bin camo into tne
Sad for the Bloomsburg Radical gentle
men who visited uurnsburg to urge its
passage, but sadder of all to tho defend
ants, it lay in a sleep that knew no
waking. From the slough, Into which
through tho machinations of tho writer
it had been plunged It could not be
brought except through n two-thirds
vote. That voto tho Radicals could
not muster. So tho bill died. Peace
to its ashes. And Mncdonald lias risen
to glory again. Tho defendants, his
enemies, notwithstanding their prayers
for relief; their touching appeals to a
Radical Lecislaturo. their indignant
protest, must meet ofionded iustlco be
foro a hated "copperhead" judge and be
tried by a "copperhead" Jury and there
wo leave them premising that the hero
ot snicKersviiio win coma to tneir re
lief in their trying hours more success
fully than did their friends in the Penn
sylvania Legislturc. Danville Intelli
gencer. Sxi.r, or SrKcn:. Washington,
April 8. It is understood hero that
Secretary M'Cullough has directed tho
weekly sale of four millions of 'speclo
until tho first of May next.
How is it then that wo never seo any
currency to continue till tho very end
of all things ? Millions of speclo in the
country, but locked up from the com
mon people, and they forced to put up
with ragged paper promises to pay, and
high prices for every tiling they need,
and Congress increasing the national
debt by hundreds of mlllions,lnstead of
using economy and paying it off. AVliltli-
er aro wo drifting ? Does any ono know
wlidro all this is to end? If there is not
inoro economy in public expenditures
nnd also more economy in public appro
priatlons.ruin, bankruptcy aud general
repudiation will bo tho result. Let us
bo wise in titnonnd stop now.
Tun account of Jacob Seeley, execu
tor of Philip Klinetob, nnd of Simon
Brader, administrator of nonry Bra-
dcr, will bo presented to tho Orphans'
Court nt Wilkesbarre, May 18th, for
confirmation. Rudolph Soybert of S.i
lem', William Aton of Nescopec, nnd
feamuel Bogart and D. L. Chapin of
jNow Columbus, liavo been selected
asjurors for tho flr&t week, and Nicho
las Soybert of Salem, for tho second
Wi: deslro to call tho attention of
School Directors to tlto following law:
"It shall bo tho duty of tho board of
directors, In each school district, to
publish nu annual statement of tho
amount of monovs received nnd nxnniv
ded, and tho amount duo from collectors
and setting forth nil the financial opera
tions of tho district, in not less thun ten
written or printed hand-bills, to bo put
up in the most public places In the ills-
TiinnnnroClilncso laborers now on
loll THE COLCMtllAN.
DEDICATION OF THE TEM
PLAR'S NEW HALL.
On Friday of last week, tho organi
zation of (loud-Templars hold dedicato
ry services at their now Hnll on Second
street, in this place. Kxerclses opened
with the singing of nn Ode, nnd prayer
by tho W. C. An address was then de
livered, containing many happy nllu-
slons, by Roy. Mr. Price, after which
the audience wero entertained with
some fine music from tho indies and gen
tlemen composing tho Templars Glee
Club; thn exercises closed with tho read
ing ofnn original Poem by tho W. S.,nnd
prayer by W. C. The largo Hnll was
well filled wltli members and delegates
from other Lodges. Theccromonlesworo
impressive, and everything passed of
plensantly. Hero it may not bo mal
apropos to innKo a lew statements re-
gardlngthoOrder In this place, known ns
liloomsburg Lodge, !o. 1.10. It Isagrow
lug and powerful organization, contain
ing nearly two hundred members, nnd
numbers in its ranks many of the best
men and noblest women of Columbia
Since receiving Its Charter its noble
work has gone on silently nnd deter
mlnedly; it lias rnised tho degraded;
helped those who wero unable to help
themselves; snatched some as brands
from the burning; nnd ever held out
toward those who were ready to sink
hnnds firm in their loving strengtli of
Faith, Hope and Charity. On such or
ganizations must we rebuild the fabric
of society, and from every suffering
heart, every anguished soul, that in the
person of husband, son or father, has
experienced tho evils of intoxication,
will go forth the prayer, in their earnest
prayurfullubors, for the salvation (tem
poral mid spiritual, of human beings,
God speed the Templars. Koo.
Bloomsburg, April, 1807.
Only a dedication hero my friends ;
We meet tiwlny, to dedicate, this Hall ;
This place, toward a e cry foot-fctep tends
Week after week, our worlc niuymake each wall
Sacred to 111m whocalmed tho raging fcea,
Wle. footprints linger yet hy (lallltee.
Only a dedication of a place-
Where wo Khali Match, and pray for human
Wheietlme'N ad vnnelnKWavcHfleavlni? their trace,
SHall marl: hut Increase of ourrlghteous ical
Where laboring for other souls, our own
May nnd that woik-diall lead us to Ills throne.
Only a dedication j yet this room
Is holy. In Us spaco shnll steps ho trod
Whoseonward lendence, loads loyond thn gloom
Aud hrlngs the crrlngwandcror home to Hod :
Only a dedication ; yet Itn light
IVrchaiipp may chase Intoxications night.
O, Thou who mouldest human work toThlne!
Whose hand sustainetti, and whoso arm of
Shall glp the victory; OThou power dllno
lie with us while we fight for Thee this fight ;
Iiattlo for Thee with thy sustaining arm ;
Cunqucr In Theo, and Join tho victory's psalm.
Walk with us, thai In labor Thy strong hand
Jlay clasp our weak ones, nnd Its help may be.
Our strength to drive Intemperance from the land
To gain tho cause, and hall tho victory;
Thine is tho power; in Thee alono wo trust
Alnilsjhly, powerful, holy.one, nnd Just.
Tills place wo dcdlcato nlonc to Tlieo;
And in thy precincts "let Thy kingdom come,"
iinin its walls wo humbly ask that somo
May burst their fetters; break lha tempters ehal n
Mid spring lo manhood and to life again.
In days of old themaddenlng cup
1 rom hand to hand was passed ;
And woman's woo, and man's despair.
Within Its depths were cast ;
Deep In lis waves tlio;ilends of hell
Laughed at their woiks of death;
And woman sank, and manhood fell.
Beneath its baleful breath.
No warning came, no word was spoke.
To point a better way ;
Till on earth's darkness, Temperance broke
Willi healing in its ray ;
To break the bands from many a heart.
To battle mankind's foes;
And bring men to the belter part,
Tho band of Templars rose.
Few in their numbers strong in will
To make all mankind free;
They clioso tills cry which echoes still,
I'alth, ltopo and Charity;
Yet for a while their star went down,
Earth's hatreds and earth's scorns,
Placed on their brow's their only crown,
The old sad crow n of thorns.
Uul now from cast t farthest v, est,
Our banner Is unfurled ;
And rank on rank, our serried lines
Aro marching through tho world j
No lurid red, no blood stained white
Abo e our armies wave ;
Our flag of troth this legend bears,
''Our mission, Is to save."
Strong In our faith, firm in our zeal
Karih'H f.illen ones to raise.
Willing to work for human weal
Anil give to God tho praise;
Pressing still forward to the good
""Our mission is to save,"
Ilacli wavering, shrinking, tempted one,
from out the drunkards grave.
Uroltier's who como from other bands;
.Sisters who come lo-day,
Wo welcome you w 1th out stretched hands
To Join wltli us tho fray ;
Here let us pledge that for our aid,
No human soul shall fall;
In Talth and Hope, and Charity
Wododlcato tills Hall.
IlLooMsnuito April ls7.
"Oun Mutual Fiiiknd" is the sec
ond issue of TlcknorA Fields edition of
tiio "Diamond Dickons," nnd is in nil
respects as beautifully got up as tho
volumo wo noticed some weeks ago.
For neatness, beauty aud cheapness we
havo seen nothing eijual to tho Diamond
Dickens. Paper, type, binding and 'il
lustrations nro all exqublte, nnd nt only
$1.50 per volume, to bo completed iu
twelve Or thirteen volumes, every man
can own n copy of the complete works
of a writer second to no living novelist.
Tho plain edition is fl,20, and any edi
tion will bo bent free of cost on receipt
of tho prico by Tlcknor & Fields, Bos
b'lhhlmr Creek, on tho lsth, Inst.,
)IE. WlfOOf lI.41tM.lN r.Altnu
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LAUOIt-an the 10th, Inst., IIaiimonLabok need
7 years, H months and to days. -AUU"
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,U the residence of Mr.
1). btroup, In lllaonisbure, on tho
ilov. I. O. Hheli, Mr. Hknky Mki
Louisa Cuocsi:, boihof Mount!'
1 aim inst.,by
C'7'OW;A'-)'JS,'A-(7LV.-Oiitho 12tli Inst.,
by Itev. A. 11. Irvine, Mr. Lewis Ciimsiiii'i.i
ltupe'rl.1'"' ' ' lA,1V U Vll!i0."l
Ff?TFx.iKm-FAHRixar.nn the ioth
county l-Aiuti.Nutn, all of I.uzerno
rhllndr lphln Markets.
WtllKKSnAY, April 17
(iitoei:iiir... Coffco continues scarce;
small sales of lllo nro reported at 21Jcpcr
lb currency, in sugar tncro lsiutioor
Fi.ouit. Tiio mnrket continues very
brisk. About 800 bbls sold in lots to
thn homo trndo Including
Northwestern superllno at ?M0 RiO
orinwesiern oxira iwi umij
Northwestern family l2.SnflH.ii
IVnnsyivanla and W estern superfine... IUHmIimo
Pennsylvania and Western extra 10..7I6J 11.50
Pennsvlvanla and Western family l.l.&Kill-Vnc)
Pennsylvania nnd Western fancy 17.00a 17..VI
llyc Hour M
Whuat of prlmo quality has been in
good demand, nnd holders nro firm in
their views. Wo quoto Pennsylvania
red at ,1.20(ifn.-IO; Southern do. nt $;1.00
(Vt .'1.10, and white ut&'MfifVi 3.20; l'eiina,
ltyo ranges nt nbout $1.0Ti. In Corn
no Imprvm't. with sales of 12,000 iftis.nt
$1.27 and $1.28 for yellow, nnd $1.10 for
while, cats nro selling at iiCioe. 'ino
receipts to-dny urons follows: 1,200 bbls
flour; 2,000 bus. wheat ; 10,100 bus. corn,
2,700 bus. oats.
Provisions Continuo very dull, but
prices are unchanged. Small sales aro
making nt $2:1.50 per barrel for new
mess. Mess beef rnnges from $21. 2.')
$23 for Western nnd city packed. Dress
ed hogs sell nt 8J("0c. Smoked hams
aro steady nt U(t. 10c ; pickled do nt !(
l ie. sniOKea s iouiucr.s nt uciihc.
nnd salted do at SJOlflJc Lard sella nt
liJ((I loJC p 10 lur 11111111; ill uun uiiu iii-i-CCS.
Sr.Elis Clovcrseed Is in 110 demand
nnd 400 bushels were sold nt from $8.00
(' $0.00 per bus, tho latter rato for choice
timothy sells at $3.00 and flaxseed nt
$;).uo(i sa.o.) per mis.
UATTi.t: mahki:t. iscei camo were
very dull this weeic, and prices wore
unsettled and lower. About 1,300 head
sold at tho Avenue Drovc-yardat prices
ranging irom naiPc lor extra reunsyi
vaniniuid Western steers; lOaKiJc for
fair to cootl do, and 13aljoper IS for
common, ns to duality. Tho market
closed very dull within tho nbovo range
of prices. Cows wero unchanged. Sheep
wero 111 lair iiemnuu. nogs wcre.uuu
Cows. Wero unchanged: 200 head
sold at $."0a70 for springers, and $G0a00
nor ncau lor cow and can.
Hiii:i:r. wcreiniair iiemnuu; ,uuu
head sold nt IHiOJe nor lb, t:ros, iw to
iiuim. utiu null mm imui'i iiatL-i ,
IT... llTAHn ....,1 ..ll.
3,700 head sold nt the different yards, at
rom swan per iuu lbs, nett.
Pig Iron has been very dull, nnd tho
mnrket depressed ; prices -have ruled in
favor of tho buyer, nnd close heavy ut
siudci-ior.No.i scotcn, mm i-ior .o, 1
Whent per bushel
Flour per barrel
Hides and Shoulders ,
Iird per pound
Hay per ton
. 7 0O
. " si
T OST.-A SMALL. SPANIEL SLUT,
XJ head nnd body brown, white rins; around the
npck. toll white, lees white and blown snotted:
lost since March .10th, Asuitnbto reward will bo
paid for Information that will lead to 1110 recov
ery, leu at mis omceor svnn mo.
it. nuiici: ittcKirrm
Orangovlllc, April 20, lsti7.
T7-ETEUINAKY SUItGEON. Till:
V undersigned takes this method of Informing
tne citizens 01 coiumnin county, uiai no is .oca-
LIGHT KTItELT, lT.XN'A.,
whero lio Is prepared to attend to ail calls made
ill lite lino 01 111s uusiuess, ami cures
KINtlllOSE, SPAVIN, SPLINT,
and all other ills that horse flesh Is heir to. dial
lending comp euimn in ino treatment especinny
01 tno auovo uicntioueu oiscnses.
ji:ssi: D. KICK
Light Street, April 20, 107.
TEW STOVE AXD TIX SH01.
ON MAIN hTKKKT, NKA1XLY OITOSITF. M1I.1.KH
Tiik untlerblguotl lias Just fitted up it ml opened
STOVE AXD TIX SHOP,
In this plneo, wlicro ho N prepared to mnko up
new Tin Waiie of nil klnJs in his lino, and do
repairing with neatness nnd dispatch, upon the
moat reaionablo terms. Ho also koejia on hand
STOVKS OF VAUIOUrt TATTEUNS & STYLES,
which ho will sell unnn terms to Milt Tmrihns.nr.
Give him n call. Ilois a tcood mctliaiilc, and
UV3t.'Milii til WW I1UU11U ItllllUIlUUH,
Illoomsburg, April 20, IS07.
A UDITOIl'S KEPOUT. WE. Till
undcrslirned Auditors of Catawissa town.
ship, do hereby certify that we havo settled with
Hikam Cool, Collector of liounty Tax for the
ycansun, auu mat tne following is n true state
inula m 1110 nu. no;
To amount of Dupllcato
80 S3 3.111
ly amount of Kxoncratlons
" pd H. 1). ltlnard.Trcas.
" " Commission
Iialance due township ?120 7i
Catawissa Township, I)n.
To Hamuci Koslenimuderon Nolo ."i2 15
Chatles Krelijh " a",; ou 870U Co
c. w. ji ki:i.vv,
.INO. IC. ltdlllilNS.
Culau Issa, April 20, lti7.
-SI. V. 11. KI.I.NK
KVKHKTT & int. J. li, CASH'S
XEW DliUG STOIU-:,
JUST OP 13 X K II
WITH A HI-LEM1III ANI1 VAltlP.I) ASSOHTMnNT OF
UOOPS AITKHTAININO TO TIIK nilCO M-SIMiHS,
ruiti; Dituas, ciin.MicAi.y, j:tc.,
ALWAJH ON HANI).
In slinrt uny nrticlo tliat win bo named iu the
...UK in,.. -t.u im iiuu t.i ineir store. l)r, J, 11.
inaey: 1:. Lvcrett Is a Medical htudeut, has ai
tended ono term at tho Ji tl'erson .Medical Colle"i
and understands tho coinpoundlnii of DrtiKS.
.-.w.. . . .m-uuiiur, nun ...so iiniiersiands l'uar-
f . l, 1 , V. 1 a 1 1 j 1 uviie in-j pntronase or t
rrlcmH, and the public Kcnorully, n-surlni; t
' and whatever will bo purchased o? I
..i.i u i.esu mm pure
JJ 8. INTEUNAIj kevknue,
OTILU TO TAX I'AYKltH.
Notice Is hcrebv
.cNior oi in.
.Vi05'." "f l'ennsylvanla.'wlil
-ourts of Appeal for the correction of erro-
neous assessmcnii, an follows t
IN WVOMINQ COUNTY
on Tuesday the Hth day of May. Is07 nt MVlfi
Hotel, in tunkhaunock, y' ' ' "
In imPFoi:n roiTNTv.
S?Mi!?-r"ii?y n1d.rrI,V,y' " '("ti nd 17th day,
or May, IM.7, at tho Mean's House in Towanda,
io,SiTir.,!ir?0.l,ld.?yof Mnyi lw. ' "mia-
. .v., ... UHII
IN MONTOUIt COUNTY.
tolT'il'oi'jlSll'e?- ' lf7,at tho Mon-
JN I'OI.UMniA COL'NTV.
on Friday the Ilth day of May. 1S07. at the Uses,
tor's OBlce in liloomsburu'. '
.A". ?Pfie"'. '""'b In writing nnd should sneclfi-
. 11c , uiiiru.itr cause, mailer or thine resm-ctlnir
'i.'P'!'? 'X?a. nnu "KkuXe. ti',5
- u. ri.ui complained or.
Appeals may bo made at thootllco of tho Asses.
for he. V l.V i ..7""" W U' U"J ftbvu Hied
iJZd'r'"' rerfc"n liable to Income tax, or own
uKrr.r?iied',r f ".;? y.rj''Ku
yet reported, they ate hereby TiotTncd to do iout
unco or become liable to tho twiialtv. J II flhl
duty of every ono amenable o he'law to seek
the Assossor of his District, and tnake Ids return
. ltOtliaiT F. CLA1IK.
, AKHKSSO' S.Trt?' ,3," ""' l'"", n-
IlloomsburB.l-u., April si, 1807.
A orA Jtmneh Vmorrat.iJtmr cov, ' '
RKOISTKU'S NOTICK. Kotici: is
itttnr.nr citVK.sf to nil legatees, creditors, and
other persons Interested In Iho o.fatos of the re
specthodeci'iidcuts and minors, tliat the follow
liiKiulmlnlstratlnn and guardian accounts havo
been Hied In the olllce of the lle(lsler or Columbia
enmity, nnd wilt l presented for continuation
anu niiownnce 111 1110 iirpuau. ihmi, hi n. m-iu
iu lllnomsburg, In the county aforesaid, nn Wf.ii
iBniv, tiik 1 : 1 1 1 r 1 1 Hay ok Mat, Is07, nt
two o'clock In tho afternoon of said day.
1. Account of John If. (Irolr.. administrator of
Hubert II. Arthur, into of llloom township, dee'd.
2. Account of John CMvers. administrator nt
Henry Uycr, late of Itoarlngcrcck township, dee'd.
3. Account of Michael l-Vilernrrnnd Mary Mow-
1- niltn Inlwtrittfirs of Mlr-linnl Mnurv. late nf
Hoarlngcreek townslilp, dee'd.
4. Account of Johnson H. lkeier. admlnlstrn-
torof ltoswcll Hmllh, late of Oreenwood town
r. Account of Theodore W culver, administrator
of Wm, II. Welllver, late of Madison township,
II. Finland nnal account of Iteiihen Wilson,
guardian or win. W. l ives, minor child oruiaries
First nnd flnnl account of Keuben T llson.
guardian of James II. lives, minor child of Chas.
8. First nnd final nccount of Thomas 7Icece, ad
ministrator of John' itcoce, late of Oreenwood
t). Klrst nnd nnal nccount of B as and I nianuel
Conner, administrators of Hamucl Conner, lato
11 urangc lownsmp, uec 11.
10. Second account nf Jacob and Washington
Y eager, administrators of John Ycagcr, lato of
1,01-usi lownsuip, uic 11.
II tnMii, nf lt.ul,1 II Tt.i-n. n.i.IUii nft.,..
emlah Mow rev. minor child of Michael Muwrey.
Y2. Account of Jesse Hoffman, administrator of
William llollman, latoof Ccntrotownshlp.dec'd.
13. Account of Samuel Hidlay.nnd Wm. .T. Hid
ay, executors of William llldlny, lato or Centre
11. Account of lames W. Kitchen, administrator
of Samuci ICltchen, lato of Hugarloaf township,
Account nf Ileorv Union... mlminlO l-nlnf nf
Peter lK-lonjr, latonf Centre township, dee'd.
10. Account of A. .T.Ktonn. administrator of Mrs.
Mary iils, late of Uloom township, dee'd.
17. Account of John Trembler. iMiardlali of .las.
F. Trump, inlnor child of Henry Trump, dee'd.
is. Account of John Trembler, iruurd Ian of Chas.
Trump, nitnor child of Heur Trump, dee'd.
10. Account of John Shumau. executor of Peter
Schmltk, Lite of Hcotl township, dee'd.
20. First nccotit of Peter lint, administrator of
Thomas W, Younjr,latoof Jacksuu towusliii,dee'd
21. I'hiill nccount of Crrns ltobii 11s. escLiitorof
lliinlcl Sliuker. late of Flshlnrcreck tnwushln.
Account of John I Conner ami Oeorce Con
ner, executors of Thomas Conner, lato ot Centre
II. Account of II. S. Merrill, guardian of C'lnrn
tlttenbeudcr. minor child of Nathan Ulttcnhcn-
21. Account of JoM-iih Idl er, ndnitulvlrafor of
Hainuel lleinley, late of Hcott township, dee'd.
Li. Sixth and final account of Peter F.nt. one of
the executors of Matthew M'Dowell, lale of Scott
township, d( c'd.
2ft. Account of Marshall G. Klunev. cuard an of
Clara M'Dowell, a minor child of '1 hetidoro M'-
27. Account of Ijemuel Potter, administrator of
Charles Mew-art, late of Columbia county, dee'd.
2S. Accouht of W llllam W. Trescolt. adminis
trator do bouts lion, with the will annexed of
I redcrlck Jtohr. late f lileenwood tounsh n.
2!l. The final account of Lewis Yetter. adminis
trator of Catharine DrumhcIIcr, lale ol Catawlssa
.10. Tho final account nf ixwis Yetter. adminis
trator of lUias Fenstnlrnchcr, dee'd.
ni. The final account nf Lewis Yetter. executor
of Mary M Adams, lale MaryMilower, late of
1 rnnkliu township, dee d.
82. Account of Jonas Fahrlneer. administrator
of i:il7.ahcntll Marks, lato ot Locust township,
ill. Account nf Thomos Rtackhomo. miardlau of
Illlzulicth staekhousc, minor ihlld of M. Kurseh-
iii-i, laic 01 i-iuu lownsiup, oee o.
.11 Account of ltobert Hast, administrator of
Hamuci i-.astv laio or scoit township, dee u.
JOHN (I. FltF.lIZH, ncRlstcr,
nioonuliure, April 5, li!7.
T I DO WS APPKAIS KM EXTS.
Tho followlnirnt)i)riil.sriiu-nls ofro.il mid irr-
sonal uropi-rty Ki-t apart to widows of tUmlcntu,
luio been illid in the olhco of tho K twister nf Co
lumhlfi county, under the lluk'H of Court, and
will 1p irrhented for nhboluto contlrin:ithn, to
tin OrphniM' Court to he held In Hloomithurtf, In
nml for wilil county, on Wi:1)Nesiay,T.h Kmimt
Iav ok May, im7, ut two o'clock Inthoaftt-rnonn
ot mid day, unless exceptions in such eonilriuu
tlons nro previously tiled, or which all persons
Interested In suld cnlatcs will tntce notleo:
1, Widow of William Huckalew, lute of TMi
Ingeieck tounshlp, deeenseil,
2. Widow of Robert Glllftspy, Inte of llnrilock
8. Widow of Joseph Hol)bin, laleof Oreenwood
4, Widow nf Oeorfco n, Ilnyhurst, Iftto of Cntn
wlisa township, deceased.
5, Widow of Jaroh Keller, late of Heaver town
0. Widow of Adam Lutr, late of Henlon town
7, Widow of Alexander Yea pic, late of Pishing
creek township, deceased.
8 Widow of Oeorce M'llwen, late of Oreenwood
9 Widow of Henry Hosier, latoof IIea or town
JOHN (J. I'm:i:ZK, Hesi-ter.
Hloomshurg, April G, InjT,
roit may 'n:M
Uloom Andrew Mudinon,
Jlnarvreck Isaac llower.
Jlom. Jlerttxck John M'AuaU,
Jlenton Isaac K. Krlckbaum.
Ventre Samuel Hutchison, i;ilaft Crensv.
Otttau i$sa Ihmry J. Miller.
Omunghnm Hnulel T, M:'Kelrnnn.
Ftihtngcreck David Kavuge. Ueorc 11. Howell,
fjiecnuoott Humphrey Tarker.
Httnlntk IVter Hnmler.
r.LiioH i.. t....
Mt. Pleasant Jnniet Vandrralleo, Kllas Howell.
Maine Aaron Miller.
.tfailison William I'ursell,
Volt hhadrick Kes.
JioartngcreH Abraham Heaver.
Ouoarloaf Wheeler Hhultz, Hlchard Kile,
X roit MAY TiatM, 1KI7.
Ittoom .Toslah II. 1'urnuin, Jsaiuh Hartman,
Thomas J. Wcnner.
IlrlarcTktk Knos Adams. John Fesler. Ir.
Urn vt r Charles ! Mann, Nathan Hrell)ender,
Jioro. JJerwtek 'Illlam II. Itlttenhouso,
(Utduiua John Martz, Adam l'ederoil.
7onAo( (ieorau Hartman.
J- fi inyrret A.- W in . Afh, l'hilln Appleman,
(irecnuovdJ timet Mannim;. John Miller.
Jlemteck Hutm W. M'ltevn Jds An uvl Vm,
metl, Isaao I'ursell William H, !iHK-iuaker, Win
imersicen, jonn itctz.
n4(-lVtir Miller. Jacob Harncr.
MUtlin John C. Heller,
Muntour Isaac Mowry.
J(ifioji-Wm. ll.irlohl, Samuel ltliuhy, Jr.
Mt. 1'tcamnt Peter Hlppenstlel.
(h-anye Jense ltrumstctUr,
J'tne Ira Pursell,
Jlnririnurreek Oanlel Harlp.
iScott Jon ShuinMi, A. O, Thornton.
Suyarloaf Joslah U. Flits, Henry C, Hess.
rjlRIAh LIST FOR MAY TKUM, 18bT
I. Wm. vs. Alfreil CroveIIn et, nl.
ir. jt;njiimln .arr nnd Wife vs. Wm. sharph ss.
a. Kdward Hllner vs. Tho Locust Mountain Coal
4. M. Chamberlln usrt . Silas I). JMcar.
fi. Jacob Heinley vs. ThuCatnwIss lUtllroad Co,
7. Kit Jones vs. Miles C. Abbott ct. ul.
K rluht HiiijheK vs. Peter Miller.
0. .lonathan Knlttlo vs. Writ-lit HuRhes.
!?' MftrJrT,: (i'e v.. It. S. Howell et. nL
11. John LaxemsYs. Harney M'Hri-arty.
12. H.ivid casor vs. Clinton Hewitt et. ill.
l' I.l.j!m.,n It:HC wr. Peters. Ulshel,
!! .?oII,7 A 1 nll1 vs Jnl' W. 1-cscher.
i:. I.IIas Krum m.o vs. Daniel Krum's ndmrS.
(1. J hadjc 1- ry vs. Daniel Krum's admr's.
It. in. A. Marr vs. James Dyke.
H. Sylvester J, Faux s. W. ( Green's ndtn'r.
AS" '!ll'.?V' KvniiH vs. W. tOreen'8 ftdm'r.
1st. J. P. I Jncher vs. Isaao Yettf r.
Ul. Jatth A. Swisher vk Abel Thomas.
Jacob A. Swlnhcr v. Hlchard Lvons.
'.flames Oarinan s Michael Crahn.
'Zi. Oj-orRp Hrown v. Leonard Rtelnman,
21. in. M. lloaIand vs. Harney M'Hreurtv.
25. Jas. staekhouso vh. Thos. Starkhouse's'llxr's.
l. Joseph I.illcy vs. Peter Mellck,
'7, Stroud A Hrown vs. Andrew Crovelliitt.
iii, Deborah Dean vs. Owen It, Dean,
VW. Kdward M'Call et. nl. vs. John Sweeney.
T, Clark Stewart and Wlf vs. K. O. Cleaver.
2V KUlllln.Yot'um vs. William T. Shumau.
W lllam Feason et. n, vs. Simon (J. Shlve.
M. John P. Ktroumoyer vs. Snmuel Neyhart,
T)RIDQK NOTICK.TIIK PRKSI
XJ dent and Directors of the Cniawlssft Hrid 'O
Company have this day declarwl a dividend of
thre per cent, (soventy-ilve cents per share) on
tho capital stock of tho Company, paynblt to the
fctwkholders or iholeu'id represenlatlves, cm or
nftcr tho tenth intuiit. '
rx. . t , JOHN HHAItPLESfl,
Apru'fil 90Jftee' Treasurer.
WATCHMAKCU AND JEWJII.KIl,
.Vain Alrtel, near the Churl Jlouir,
Conitaiilly on linnil n nne awartmrnt of
AMEIUCAX AND BWJSS WATCHICH,
CIock, j firy, Sllvorwaro ami Kpcclacles
I'lirtlculur Bltenlloii paid to the rcjialrlnir of
alclies, ciock, Jewelry nud Spectacles.
- Masonic niarki mailn to order. AH work
VTEW DUUa STOltE.
"Of it OWN"
V 11 K V A It A T I O X S,
Uul'cnutilry!1'0 "mny 1"ltC"t """r""" ""'Kllnj
CAMl'IIOIt lCH, WITH IH.YCIMtlNl:,
A dellRldful compound for whllcnlnir.bcn,,,,
fylnir, and mneiiliiff tho skin, nf
tun. fieckh-s and blotches rrom the skin 1.
i-erlnln rcmi .ly for chntipod and sure 11 ,',;5
hands, ns nu application to outaneons ..
tlons It has no' e.ual. l'rlee .V. reVtl? rl-r 2'
itAi.sAM or HOIinilOt'ND,
A safe, speedy and certain cure for coit,.
colds, hoarseness, etc., etc., anordltm Inin i.n'
ate relief In alt'atrectlons of tho tlfmSt fi'l
lttUKS. It has no equal. Vrlcnaietnisnt
For clcanlngthohend and removing d.-ui.lrnir
preventliiir loss of hair nnd diseases or it,;
scalp, by rcmovliti Iho entte. Price r.mi .
ol HLNDKllMlioTf "I''
S- TO rAltMF.Il.4 AND HOltsr.MnN.
HPIIAIM AND HWKr.NV LlNAMENT.-Tlie tno.t
clllcaclous application In uso ror sprains imi
swelllUK, biuNes, siavln. rltin-lionc, smi,;1
halt, roun.lcrcd feet, Kidis, lunniie, n ,
All the above preparations preptred oidv sm
apr.V07 Main street, lllonmsburi.', iV
.JT FIRST PREMIUM .
or n SllTer Medal SfTs
BARRETT'S HaIR RESTORATIVE
Brtht N. If. Btitt Ar-lcoltnnil Soclftr.tt Q
tu t sir holdtn lo Ni.hm, s.pt.atl, lam.
Vcgctablo Hair Restorative
lieiuirrs urnj nurio in raiaru coior. rro
eite Dandrun irnl llumorn. IrTnii
linir imiinir Dili., it a superior urMing
nit it llieinDU pnpuUrind icll
T- . tDie imo inn'Ufnoui law .
k i-ul, Writ, NutUi ind C
J. It. BARRETT & CO., Pmprlelori,
MANCHESTER, N. II.
S-Sold by L. N. MtA'Llt, lliootnsburs, l'a.
nnd DrtiKSlsts Rcneralty. apr.l cr-sm."
II 10 V AUDI
stop run rnir.V!
Was stolen from the subscriber on Mnmlnrtlm
ISth lust., TWO IHHtHIX ONi: T01 lUUi
siiiinro box, a set of doublo harness, tno horse
blankets, ft ro1e nnd whip. A reward of one hun
dred dollars will bo paid lor the apprehension of
the thief ami recovery of tho property.
Dcicrii'tlon of the Jloracs: Ono Hay Norse flf.
tern hands hlijh, six years old. carries a stralcht
neck, heavy tall, and is heavy limbed, one lit!it
dappled niay horse, iifteen nnd n half hands
blub, comlunKlx yearn old, has ularffohead un-1
Hoiunn nose. Is a pietty hejivy chunk of a horne
carrys tolerably well,Bwd mono and tail,
Desrrtptton rf 7)un(;. 'Ono Rlngle seated Top
Ihiggy, squnro box, havinit on the sldoof the box
the Initials "O. It.," pinto on hind spring hox
"Wm. Sloan A Son," ono Hutralo Ilobo murkeJ
Dcicrljitton the Jloi: Itc(?lstcred J.I1. IJrnwn,
nued between twenty-tlvr and thlrtv vein, in
hcluht nbout Rlx feet, Blender built, pale complex
ltn, has no wiskers but woro n mustache, Imlr f
a brownish color, had on Huh t pants and mm.
and n brown oeicoat, woron laro senrf tircjim.J
The nboTo reward will Ixi paid to Any jinrsnn or
nelsons on the nnniehenslonof tho said fli It-fund
the delivery of tiio jiroperty to its owner, or s"t
lor inr rcciivery ri xnn propny.
itlooinsburg, l'a., March 11, 1!C7.
T II K LOST cau.s'k,
Tun Only Standaiu Okj-iciai.
SOUTHERN HISTORY OF TIIK
Hy Tdward A. Pollard, of Virglnlm.
SAMUnii fiCHWIirPKNIIIKIIIl OF MI1TUN
Township, bus procuis'd tho Agency of CohunWa
County, lor iho alo of tho nbuvu work. It com
prises a lull account of the rlso and progress of
the late Southern Confederacy, tho uampalnnj,
battles, Incidents nnd adventures of tho most 1
nantle. Ftrussle of tho World's history. Comnleta
In ono larso olumc of nearly bOO jwucs, wi!li
TWLNTY-I'OUn HPI.r.KDII) STIH'.I
of dlsthmuUlied Confederate leaders. Tho histo
ry of tho vanquished haf too often fallen t
tno pen of theictor, and to insiuo Justice to thu
Southern causo, tho pen must bo taken bvfcome
South rn man who is willing to dovoto Ids tlma
and talents t tho vindication of his countrymen
In ft history which shall challcngo thu crlticUw
or the Intelligent, nnd Invito tho attention ol all
honest Inquirers. Such a work will heof peculiar
Interest to the candid and jntellltfcut pulll of
tho Nmth, and Is of tho utmost lmpnrlaucctn (h-
people of the Southern States. Mr. l'olh.nl, u(
all writers In the South, Is doubtless tin' Wit
qualified to prcparo ft complete nnd standard hit
lory of the Wax, and to commit to tho pn.Mm
and future Generation a faithful nnd worthy re
cord of thciri;reat struuglc mid of n causu ltt,
savoiu honor, harli.tr been employpd durlns tl.o
entiro period of tho War, as editor of a Ulchmoiul
WiinriEA. the Hon. William r.lwell, I'resllonl
JmlHO of tho Court of Oyer and Terminer iui4
(iciieral .lull Delivery, Court of Quaitcr Sihsloui
of tho reuce anil Court of (kitntnon l'leai ami or
phan's Court In the Ath Judicial District, coin
jiosed of thocoimtlcHOf Cohunhla, bulliun mil
Wyoming, and tho Hon. Jrani Derrmul lMcrK
llerheln. A.Mctato Jndi;es of Columbia count)
have Isvucd their precept, hearing date the -"'th
tlay of March, In. tho year of our Jinl, one
thousand, ciKht hundred and slxty.sevcu, nnl tu
me directed lor holdlnixn court of Oyer and Termi
ner and (Icucral Jnll Delivery, (leneral ijiuripi
hesslnns urthe I'eace, Coiumou 'lcas and t'rpli
an' Court, In liloomshuri:, In the couulv iifin
luinhl.l, ou the liltt .Monday, helU theotll d.ijrut
May next, to continue ono week.
Notice Is hereliy tslven, to the Coroner, to tin
Justices of Hie I'eiico and the Constables of Hit
said county or Coluiulila that they lie tlnunnl
thcio In their proi-er person at ten o'clock In tin
forenoon of said day with their records, lnqiui.1'
Hons and other remembrance to tin tho?e tliinc
which to their oIIIcch appertain to bo done. Au!
those that an bound hy recognizance, to proso
cute against the prisoners that nro or may l in
the Jail of Iho haul county of Columbia tobe til)
and thereto proseciitothem nsslmll Iw Just Ju
rorsnre rwiueslcd to he punctual In their uttrnl
( auee, nt;reeal)lv lo their notKes. IMiel
i I..S. i-ul lllooinsburi;, thu aitli day of Mnrrll,
I 'I 111 tho year of our lird, ono thou
and idnlit hundred and sixty-six, and In tbf
nlnetlith yearnf the Inilependencoof the I nlusl
Ktatc.s of America, (Oon savk Tin: Co.mmo
lilooinshuri;, Starch Jit, lsu7,
Q A H I U A O H M ANU KA CTO HY,
M. C. SLOAN llUOTHi:it,
(ho Mieeessoi. of
WILLIAM SI,(MN A BON,
continue tho business of making
and every stylo of
which they have constantly on hand to mil u
toiners. Never using any material but tho il
and employing the mott exiierlcnccd workuau
Vliey hope to continuo as heretofore to git e entin'
(atlsfactinn to every customer. An Inspect'111 01
their work, nnd of the reasonable prico osked fur
the same, Is sure to Insure a sale.
LACKAWANNA & ULOOSISUl'KO
ltAH.ltOAD.-Ou and after -May IS, IsOiJ, Tiu
senser Trains will run ns follows!
a.m. a. it, v.v.
lAnw Semnton 5.M 10.() 7.10 w
" KhiKston um not iy
" Ituert 0.M W'
. " l'anvlllo o..i( M
Arr, Norihtimberlnnd 10.M M
Leave Northumberland 7.01) 3
" I mn vl I la 7 AO V.'!
" Unpen M5
" KhiKslon 10..W !lMpmS.1n.ini 9.
Arr, Hcianton litiO .00 0. ID."
Trains leaving Kingston at 8.) a. in. for Heron;
ton. eoniiLct with Train arrlviiif. nL.Vnw orli'
rasselifrers taklne Train Nontb from fti'ralll"
nt6,.'i0a m, via Nortluiinlierlaud, reach Harri"
buiir, 12.'li) p m, Ililtimoro 6.:iu 11 in, Wasblnpten
lo.oopni, laliiuert reach I'hlladeljdila at: pi"
11. A. I'UIIA, nwi'i '
Klnsslon, Ta., Jlar. 2!, Isu7.
Lieu ft s i: d a u c T I o n n i: n,
for Tim Timirr.rNiri ruNNavLVANiA imruK.
nlwayi to bo found at thn OrunKCVtlla Hotel. I
wrauiriitiiiu. haien oi rem or personal iito""
nttendeil lo promptly nud ou leasonnblo
Consivumeuu sollcllod and hold on connil
A sham of nubllo palrouaKo reapoetfully ollf I""'
uiuiikvwiu', r eurtiury is, imi,--ui.
Contalnlnitii.i whisky or other lntotl.n.
Iuredlciits,ii pleasant and ellectual rim,.'
for Dyspepsia, loss of appetite, low ir.1.1.'
debility deranVements of Iho II er. etop .' "'
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