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I)M)OMSIIUItO, ritlI.V, MAY 10, 180T.
AVi: print nt length n portion of tho
papers In tlio contested Licence cases
from Cntawlssa. AVo havo been uiinblo
to obtnln copies of tho remonstrance.",
or wo would navo published them.
"Colonel Small's" coiiiiiiiiiiicu
tlon from Jlllton, has been received.
but It will bo a very long time before wo
can ninUo room for It. As 1. John Is
Just now hard up for lottors, we suggest
(ending It to him.
On Saturday nftcrnoon tho liato IJall
Club was again out in force, and had
hovernt lluo Innings, under tho leader
ship of ISuckalcw and Sloan. Tho best
of humor prevailed, and a number of
cpectators wcro present.
Captain George W. Utt, Jfercan
tlio Appraiser, lins commenced his mi
nimi visitation to our merchants and
dealers. Tliey will ilnd tho Captain
obliging, and at tho samo tlmo mindful
of the interests of tho county.
Is It not singular that since tho "Let
ters to tho Kdltor" appeared in the Co
lumbian (i few weeks ago, P. John's
correspondents havo discovered that ho
has a partner? They had been headed
"Dr. 1. John," with Auspicious unifor
mity. Vi: hope our readers havo nil read
Air. Peter Knt's advertisements. His
stock of goods Is unusually large,and as
it was nil selected by himself, purchasers
may bo sure that they aro of the proper
quality. Dont fall to call at his Store at
Light Street, and examine the goods
before purchasing elsewhere.
Vk would urge our readers to con
sider well tlio report of the Grand Jury,
which wo publish this weee. The re
forms they suggest aro much needed,
and it is time the attention of the public,
was called to them. All aro interested
in tho caro of the records, public build
ings, nnd tho improvements made ne
cessary by tho growth of our county.
On motion of Xr. Clark, E. 11. Hee
ler was admitted to practice as an attor
ney in this county. Mr. Ikolcr is too
well known in this section to need any
introduction on our part ; but wo can
not refrain from saying that ho is a
young man of pleasing address, of unu
sual ability, and destined to make his
mark In tlio profession ho has adopted.
Our good wishes accompany him.
In connection witli the many new nd-vcrtis-enieuts
found in to-day's paper is
that of our enterprising townsman, X.
J. Hendorshot, who has lately erected
nnd stocked with drugs, tho convenient
building opposite tlio American House.
Mr. II. lias in Ids employ a druggist
Who thoroughly utUleiMuiult) tho busi
ness. Givo him a call.
Tin; editor of tho Republican boasts
every now and then of being a "radi
cal," "straight-forward," ami 'honest'."
etc. If ho means it, why don't lie an
swer our oft repeated question whether
ho is or is not In favor of giving the ne
groes hero and elsewhere tho right lo
vote, to sit on juries, and to bold olllce.
Don't dodge it, Palenion.
Oun Radical cotemporary says we
havomadotho "amende honorable," in
regard to our statements about the for
mer assessor. Now, Mr. Republican,
to make your vindication nioro com
plete, suppose- you publish verbatim el
lllcralum, el pnnclttahtm, ct spellalem,
tlio letter you profess to havo received
from Commissioner Rollins. Tho pub
lic aro a lltllq curious as to its contents.
A County Without Taverns.'
At tho recent session of tho Court of
Mifllin county, remonstrances wcro pro
scnted ngninst every tavern keeper ap
plying for liconso, and tlio judgosdeter
mined to post,pono tho hearing of tlio
cases until tho seventh day of May.
The result is, that all thocstablishmenls
whero liquor was sold, aro either not
selling or selling without licence, thus
rendcrlngtheinselves liable to tliopenal-
ty inflicted by tho law.
Whatwi; Want. Good men and
true ; men of Intelligence, men of pro
bity, to fill our oftlces. No trimmers,
no fossil politicians, but live men, with
generous Impulses, clean hands and
unpolluted hearts. Wo want them for
Xntlonal places, State nnd municipal
places. In tho midst of this whirl, of
course, steady nerves aro in demand
AVo wero intended for a great country
and wo shall havo one, Rco tola.
Tin; foul mouthed slanderer who
writes from Ucrwiek to the Republican,
(If tho editor himself did not concoct
tlio letter), has not bettered Mr. Kuch's
claims, lleforo that wo had somo sym
pathy for liim, but when ho employs
P. John as Ids counsel, and permits
such nbu-o to go uncontradicted, ho
weakens ids cause, and alienates thoso
who aro disposed to aid 1dm. If tho
Berwick Itepublicans have no respectablo
mouth-niece, they had bettor remain si
lent: AVo wonder if .tlio writer was
Ahout ono half of tho applications
for Hotel and Eatlng-Houso Licenses
at till 'I'nrm wero deemed insulllclcnt
by tlio Court becauso the applicants did
not comply with tho lato law on tho
subject of license. This law was puo
llibcd at leiiL'tli In the Columbian
It nrnves tlio necessity for all classes o
men to take our nancr. because wo pub
lislinot only tlio news, markets, and
current Items, but all changes and modi
Mentions of tho laws. Our paper is
necessity to thofarmer.mechauic, labor
er, dealer, and to all classes of men.
Had thcso applicants taken and read
tho Columbian, they would havo
been saved a largo amount of trouble
Tin; present month Is iv sultablo tlmo
for planting evergreens. AVo refer our
readers to articles which appeared In
tho Columbian In January nnd Feb
ruary last, for a description of tho sov
eral kinds commonly selected for this
section, nnd tho inodo of treating them.
Judge Ssr.vnswooi) of Philadelphia
has been spoken of as Democratic can
didate for tho Supremo Court. He Is
well known ns a most able Jurist, and
nsa man of unlmpeachablo Integrity.
ills nomination would rcllcet great
credit upon tho party, and wo know of
no man except Judgo Woodward whom
wo would more cordially support.
An entertainment, consisting of tho
Hoffman Concert, Tab'cat: Mirror of tho
War, and Slgnor Curzoui's Wonderful
Mechanical Variety Troupe will bo giv
en at Snyder's Hall on Thursdav and
Friday Evenings, May Hth and loth.
This company ts spoken very highly of
by our cxchaiiges.and will no doubt,
glvo universal satisfaction.
Did Not Pass. We find upon more
thorough investigation that tlio bill to
appropriate tlio State tax among tho
various counties did not pass the Legis
lature. It had passed 0110 branch but
failed in tho other for want of time.
Therefore tlio Assessors aro required
to make a return of personal property
as heretofore. Wo were led into the
error by seeing tho act published In one
of tho city papers ns having passed.
Our neighbors In Espy, on lnt Thurs
day were much excited over what came
very near being a catastrophe. A color
ed man working for John Fowler Esq,
in order to wash oil tho wagon, drove n
four horse team into the river, nnd they
&oon became entangled in tho harness.
Uio driver tried to rescue them, but
nearly drowned in tlio attempt. A
number of men procured boats, and by.
cutting the harness managed to save
three of tho animals, but tho one died
soon after being rescued. Wo aro in
formed that it was a valuable animal.
Dnoi' Letters. Tho postmaster at
Newport wroto to tho Post Office De
partment for information in regard to
postage on drop letters. Tho first a-is-
tant Postmaster General replied as
"Your letter of tho ir,h Inst, is receiv
ed. Drop letter postage at your olllce
(not being a letter carrier olllce) is one
cent, the single rale half ounce."
Wo believe it has been tho practico of
all postmasters to charge two cents for
each drop letter.
Oun neighbor over tho way bids us
to bo careful what wo admit into our
local column. Wo are proud to say that
wo havo been ; and If wo commit an er-
oraro willing to correct it. On the
contrary, tho Republican continually
admits into its columns attacks ou our
most honorablo men, and screens hini-
elf on the ground that they aro com
munications. Docs ho remember, also,
tho time when ho made a foul attack
upon General Ent, one of our county's
bravest olllccrs, charging that he viola
ted ids duties as Commissioner, by
circulating bogus tickets'.'" This
friend of the soldier," who claimed
one of his own hands as a substitute and
refu-ed to pay him, or even to buy him a
pair of boots when lie came home needy,
efused to make the "amende honora
ble" even when he privately acknowl-
gcd his wrong. Nor liavo wo forgot
ten when wo returned from tlio army,
and were quietly engaged in the pursuit
f our profession, tills same immaculate
editor endeavored through tlio columns
of his paper to creato tho impres-ion
that wo had left tho army in di-grace,
and this, too, after we had shown him
a complimentary commission given us
by Governor Curtin. It is notorious
that a more slanderous sheet is not pub
lished in tho State, and to slop it is to
ciisiiro a malignant attack.
Tin; Editors of the Columbian have
never been in tlio habit of copying into
its columns favorable notices of them
selves or of their paper. And in tlio
following instance it is done by tlio
enior Editor, becauso it is not a mero
ordinary newspaper compliment, nor is
it anything in referenco to tlio paper;
but it is tlio sincereaiulde.-ervcd opinion
of ono gallant and honored soldier, of
another. Tho Rrir City Dispatch, from
which we copy tho notice of Captain
lirockway, is an able and dlgniUcd Dai
ly Heimblican paper, ono of whoso Edi
tors is tint bravo Major, la.to Captain
Matthews, of Matthew's llattery, First
Penn'a Artillery in which Capt. ilrock-
way served during tho war. Few men
wero moro distinguished than Captain
Matthews, nono moro fearless Indanger,
orcalmerin thoturmoilof battle; and wo
havo therefore thought it duo to Capt.
lirockway to let his friends sco tho
estimation in which ho is held as a man
and a soldier, by thoso gentlemen, who
themselves soldiers, aro tlio lie.-t judges
of tlio character of their distinguished
fellows. J. G. !
"I'M. Hiiopkway has been appointed
by tho President ns Consul at San Jose,
III LO-ia JUCU. Ill) lias iiisu uitii v".-
llrnied by tho Senate. This appoint
ment was not only uiisouciu'u inn un
expected, as ho knew nothing ot it
uniu uiior ins inniuiiiiiiivi.i.
not decided to go. The Columbian
Captain lirockway has a good mllltay
record. Entering tho scrvlco in 1801
as a private, ho was soon iiuulo u ser
geant in llattery F., First Penn'a Light
Artillery, and within tlio first year was
promoted tollcutenant, in which capaci
ty ho was conspcluous for ids fidelity
and perseverance In promoting disci
pline and efilcicncy among his men in
camp and garrUon, for his coolness and
nfiMiniev of ludirment In an emergency,
for his skill mid bravery upon the field
of battle, nnd for his thorouglinc
always In the execution of every duty
committed to hla'charge. AVo congrat
ulate him upon his appointment, mm
wo could wish that tho Administration
bo as fortunato In the
selection of recipients for official favors."
COLUMBIAN, BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY,
M.n . A mini of busy lire
Its lluctuntloiis and its vast concerns."
POPE'S VIltClINIA CAMPAIGN,
.u? ,l)05,ltIol on tho ' Itapldan was
liudnta ued until Monday, August 18th
General Jackson had kept his army In
tho vicinity of Gordonsvllle, because ho
was not awaro of M'Clcllan's intentions
in regard to making nnother advancoon
Richmond. Had his plans been follow
yd, Jackson would havo been compelled
to liayegonotoLco'srolter.und llullltun
and tho Maryland Invasion would never
have occurred. Leo did not send ntiv
coiixldernblo number of reenforcemonts
to Jackon, until our troops commenced
embark tig at Harrison's Landing,
which showed Leo that no further ad
vance was Intended ngtilnst Hichmoiid,
nml, '"'.'? .authorities wero again
afniid of Washington City.
Our wagons had been sent to tlio rear,
mid towards midnight wo got in motion.
'1 ho men marched slowly, and for some-mi-on
there was much confusion among
tho Brigades, causing us to lose much
valuable tlmo ; so that davlight found
us no further on our retreat, (for such it
wa,) than Cedar Itun battle-field; and
tho stench arising from tho exposure of
dead hor.-es and half burWd men to an
AugiHtsun,inadeoursoJourn there very
unpleasant. Alldaylongthojaded troops
kept in motion, longing to reach tho
Itappahannock, beside which u night's
rest nt least might bo obtained. Our
horses bad nothing to eat since tlio day
before, nor had wo been enabled to pro
euro them any water. Wagons and am
bulances nroko down on the route, and
were fired to prevent them from falling
into tho enemy's hands, who wcro now
pressing our rear guard.
Late in tho nftcrnoon the column
slopped a moment to rest, nnd tho writ
er of tills article sat down under a hedge
to rest, but soon fell ulcep. AVhen ho
awoke It was dark, and almost tlio en
tire army had passed. His horso was
was not to bo found, and ho was there
fore compelled to proceed witli all pos
sible haste in search of his llattery,
which however, ho did not reach until
it stopped at Itappahannock Station.
Without any food wo stretched ourscves
on tho ground and slept till morning.
What Pope's designs wero wo could
not surmise. That his "headquarters
were in tlio saddle" was evident. Hut
our movement rearward was in painful
contrast to hisbomliasticordcrwliichdc
clared, "II icitl be my business lo sec; the
adversary and beat him when found; lo
to attach and not defend." It was also
becoming evident tbathis contempt for
"basosoi'siipplies" and "lines of retreat"
would starve the army, or result In its
destruction. To furtfiei illustrate the
character of the man to whom the
Administration confided tlio salvation
of the Country ,and who was;to teach the
Army oi mo iotomac mo art oi war,
wo may add some of his testimony be
fore thoso military Solous the Conitiiit
the on tlio Conduct of tho War. On
Part 1, Pago 277, ho testifies "1 propose
to protect Washington, by laying oll'on
tliuonemy's Hank's and attacking him
from the moment that lie crosses tho
Itappahannock, day and night, until his
forcesare destroyed or mine." A lino
system, surely; though ono not well
calculated to gain the army volunteers.
In answer to the question as to tho safe
ty or Washington, this "hero of tho
AVcst" replied : "Unless tho enemy
havo force enough in Richmond to bo
able to detach at least 1110,000 men, I do
not anticipate any dancer to this City."
Tlie enemy had not detached one-half
tliat niiiuljcr wlieit 1'opo commenced
his retreat. In answer to a question by
Mr. Covode. Pope said : "15y laviiur oil
on tneir Hanks " tnev should havo
only 10,(11)1) or uO.OOO men, I could whip
them, lfthey should havo70,oo() or So,
1)00 men, 1 would attack their Hanks.
and loreo them in order lo got rid ol mo
to loiiow mo out into the mountains,
which would be what you would want.
I should suppose." This tremendous
apparition, however, of Pope's "laying
oll'on bis Hanks" did not seem to af
feet Stonewall Jackson, because, heed
less ol the trap laid tor him, he not only
inarched directly around our Hanks, but
sent Stuart's Cavalry to our rear, who
burned our supplies, discovered our po
sition, and stole the redoubtable Pope's
clothing and paper-", teaching him In
tho language of his own order that "dis
aster and shame lurk in the rear."
The following morning the enemy's
cavalry made a chargo and drove ours
ofedgeof the river under tho protection
of our guns, which now covered tlio the
various lords across tho river. On the
opposite side of Rappahannock Station
was a woodeil knoll, which not only
commanded our position, but tlio entire
plain beyond. It was deemed necessa
ry to secure tliis.and tho ltfth Massachu
setts and my section oi artillery recross
edtlte ltiver on the loo-e planks laid
across the railroad bridge. Our posi
tion was an exposed one, as the river run
between us and tho main body; but as
we knew tho enemy would makestrong
efforts to cross there, llartsiiffs entire
Brigade, the'other two sections of our
llattery, and ono section ol niomp-on's
were sent over, and put in position. By
tills time the enemy had massed a con-
ideraole torco m our trout, mid utter
placing their artillery at dill'ercnt points,
concentrated their llro on us. Tho in
fantry wero useless, becauso tho lighting
was confided to their artillery, and they
found themselves In tlio awkward posi
tion of being fired at without a elianco
to return the compliment. Tlio Battery
directly in our Iront was on a lino with
tho railroad, and knowing tho distnnco
from one telegraph pole to the other,
mid the number ol poles, wo wero en
abled to get their range at once, and a
very lew shell caused tliem to limlierup,
wounded men. Tho llattery on our
ritrht. however, had a crossfire on us,
and sent their shell into our midst with
much accuracy and ellect. Inn fewmo
niciits one of our men was killed, and
several wounded, Lieut. Colo's horse,
and some in the teams wero killed, and
solno lo-s sustained by tho Infantry.
Kro long, however, tlio enemy wero
compelled to withdraw, and wo wero
lelt to occupy mo inn 111 peace.
( in i.Viiln v. tlio 1-lt tlm cnemv made
demonstrations at tho fords abovo and
below Us, but did not succeed in loreing
n ikissu-'o. two uriitucs wcro construct
ed across tlio river, and preparations
made to hold the point to the last. Our
men wero now short of rations,uiid our
horses had been compelled to stand liar-nes.-cd
and hitched to tho guns for threo
davs and nights with but a limited al-iim-um-n
of formic, altlioiurli Piles of
grain were at tho station on tlio opposito
sldo 01 tnonver.
It rained steadily all that night, and
in tho morning wo found to our dismay
that tho upper bridge was gone, and tho
Iho lower 0110 unsafe. Tho enemy per
ceiving our isolated condition, renewed
their attack, but tlio troops bafely re
tho river, and then Iho action
ti"tdu became general between tho
opposing batteries. Several times
ttu.v MH'iirod thu position wo had lust
left, but could not hold It. in tills
duel wo suffered coiisiderbly. Two
of our guns w6ro disabled, mid wo wero
iiiiilL'eiltohwIni'tlieiii uudcrtho limber
chesst by means of prolonges several
horses wero killed, but worse tnan all
Lieuti (lodbold, commanding the left
section, lost n leg by being struck with
n percussion shell, died soon after from
tho effects of tho wound. Ills loss was
much regretted, becauso ho was a bravo
officer, and loved by tho cntlrocommnd.
Pope soon discovered that whilo Long
street was fighting in our front, Jack
son had crossed tho river nt AVntcrloo,
nml was intending to get between us
and AVnsliington, in dcilanco of Popo's
endeavors to "lay off ou his Hanks."
iho command to rcsumoour march was
given, nnd nftcr shattering tho railroad
bridge with our shot to prevent tlio cn
ymy from crossing, wo took tlio road
JCpoXS-COIlTllinilT-nn Knlunlay. tlio 4th
InMnnt, by I'rof. H. II. Wnlkor, nt tils residence
liiOrnwrcvllU-.Mr. J. Hktiman Koons to Miss
ckma u. Columnar, boiti if Lntornoco.
VXA XaST-llA IT. "-In Ornimevllte, on tho 27th
ultimo, hy Hcv. N.Hncnr, Williak Umanoit.
of l'Milmtcrcck, to Miss Limn Mailt, of Or
nngevlUc. JtKnnnx-ttm'AKD-On tho asm ultimo, by
I, K. Krlckbtmm.lCHO.., Mr.AitTiiunli.llEmiE.v.
of rulriiioiint township, Lurcrne county, to
.Miss I1aiuiii:t A.HEWAno.of Bugarlonf town
ship, Columbia county.
VAIIIMAX In Mount I'lonsnnt, on tho 2nilln
Ktnnt, .Mr. William 1'aiiiman, oged 73 yenrs,
S months nnd 3 days.
irAnmi-On tho 22nd ultimo, Mr. jAcon Hah
tku, of Wnpwiillopen, I.urrrno county, need 75
years, 11 months nnd i days.
ItAltKI.r.V In UloomstmrB, on tlio 3d Instant,
nt tlioj-csKlcncoothls father, Mr. Kli T. Uaiik
lev, aged 27 years, 7 mouths nnd 7 days.
Mr. IIAukley has sutTercd from tho dlsenso of
which ho died for years. At last, however, ho Is
released from pain, nnd gono to "that bourne,
from which no traveler e'er returns." Our ac
quaintance with him dates back to our boyhood,
to the tlmo when as school-mates wo sat 'side by
side In tlio old Academy, During our acquaint
ance wo always found him straight forward as a
man, genial ns n compnnlon, andTinswcrvinK in
his friendships. Ho leaves n largo circle of nc
qunlntances to mourn Ills loss, His bereaved
friends must havo been prepared for his death,
becausu tin- dlsenso of which ho died though slow
Is sure. May tho angel of Mercy pour tlio balrf
of consolation into their bosoms, nnd tench them
to renllzo that ho Is now released from all suffer
ing, nnd that tlio spirit which was so long Im
prisoned In Its frail tenoment of clay, has gono
to tho llelng who created it.
Wheat per bushel
flour per barrel
sides and 8houl(lers
.. S3 00
.. 1 23
.. 1 00
.. 19 (10
... 7 00
.. 2 SO
... 2 60
... 3 UO
... 13 l
.. 8 01)
... 7 00
... IS 110
irtl per pound
Hay per ton
Hemlock Hoards per thousand feet.
l'lno " " ' fonn lnclil .
Joist, Keaiitllns, l'lnuk, (Hemlock)
million's, .11,. 1 ji.-i iiiuusauu
TiiciisnAY, May 5, 1607.
Northwestern superflno nt tO.Oftft 9.fi0
Northwestern extra O.OOCd) 10.50
Northwestern family 13.0lK5H.T5
Pennsylvania nnd Western superfine... t-Vii 10.23
Pennsylvania and Western extra IOjOWIIjO
1'cnnsylvnnla nml Western family 13.owm5.50
Pennsylvania and Western fancy 10.00iS17.50
ltve Hour R.50
W heat Pennsylvania red, 35 bus S1.20683.32
Southern " " S3.0CXsiS3.15
California " ' S3. 10
wlilto " S3.1.Mi$.l.3)
Hye Pennsylvania rye, ,ibus Jl.Cfcasi.7.1
Cons Yelluw, " 81,T26ilS1.33
White, " 81.2i.Sl.a)
OATS V bus 7!eW75o
l'ltiivisloNS .Mess Pork, 3S bbl I81.21
Mess Deef, " 8J1.25
Dressed Hoss, "rMb 8Uclii.Ho
SSmoked Hams " 13aft'17lc
" shoulders v lb Liefsnko
Lard, 33 It lScMl.lJie
Seeds rioverseed 33 bus SS.0ots.l0
Tlmothyseed- bus 83.50
Flaxseed ' $3.37(3J0
1'ilJ Ilios No. 1 Scotch 812.00
No. 1 American 812.00
UK AT HEDUCTION IN PRICES
at riiTnn hnt's stouh,
IN t.IOIIT STHKr.T,
SPRING AND StDDIER GOODS.
TIIK subscriber has Just received nnd has on
hand nt his old stand In Light Street, large and
ASSORTMENT OP MERCHANDISE
purchased at tho lowest figure, and which ha is
determined to sell on ns moderato terras as can
be procured elsewhero in Light Street,
roil cis on covxrjtr visoduch.
His stock consists or
LADIES' DRESS GOODS,
choicest styles and latest fashions,
READY MADE CLOTHING,
Cottonades, Kentucky Jeans.
AC, AC A.
Queuiisware, Cedarware, Hardware, Medicines,
Druss, Oils, Taints, Ac.
BOOTS & SHOES, HATS & O.VPS
In short everything usually kept in a conntry
store. Tho patronago of his old friends nud the
public generally, is respectfully solicited.
The highest market price paid for country pro
dure. I'ETEIl UNT.
Light Street, May 3, 1807..
UETKUINAKY SUHQICON. THE
iiiiilort.lirnc.1 tnkr-H tit n method oLlnrormlllz
tho t lllzcns or ColuniliiuCuuuty, that ho Is loca
LIGHT STnEHT, TENN'A.,
whrro ho Is prenaroil to nttcml to all calls mado
lu tho lino of hi huslnes. aud cures
KINQllONi;, SPAVIN. 81'LINT,
nnd nil other Ills that horso flesh Is heir to, chal-
leimlng eoinelllion in ino treatment ebiH;ciaiiy
of tho abovo mentioned dUciu.es.
jivnr. v. iiiuc
Uglit Street, April 20, 1RCT.
JVTEW STOVE AND TIN SHOP.
ON MAIN M-nEET, NEARLY OlTOSITE MILLE11'8
Tun undcrsitned has Just fitted up nnd opened
STOVE AND TIN SHOP,
in this place, where he is prepared to make up
new'l'iN Wahe of all kinds in his line, nnd do
repairing with nentness and dispatch, upon tlio
most reasonable terms. Ho also keeps on hand
KTOVUS OF VAWOUS I'ATTKHNS A HTYLKS,
w hlch lie will sell upon terms to suit purchaser.
(live him n mil. He Is a Rood mechanic, and
descrvlus of tlio public patrunnt'o.
Bloomsburs, April SO, 1807.
AUDITOR'S KEP011T. WE, THE
undcrsltued Auditors of Catawlssa town
ship, do hereby certify that we have settled with
Hiiiam Coot., Collector of llounty Tax for the
yenrlsoil, and that tho following Is a trim state
ment of tho sninet
1IIUA.M COOL, flit,
To amount of Dupllcato t3,2)l bO
lly amount of Exonerations i"fl .17
' iul St. I,. llliinr.l.Trcas. !i.477 1W
" Commission 80 153,11118
llalnnco duo township 1131 71
CATAWIBSA TOWNSIIir, 1)11,
Tn stiiniiiel irnstcnliauiler nil Note tM2 13
" CUiirles Kreiijli " " S37 W 7W 83
t'. W. M'KKI.VY,
J.Ntl. K. HtlllllINt),
Cntawltsa, April W, 117.
T E. JACKSON,
llerwkk, Columbia CVtinty, ronu'a.
JlY VirtllA tt Awrlt nf AlinM 7jm-iW Mum. (asnorl
out of tlio Oourt of Common Vlcas of Hchuylklll
cumnj',nni 10 mo u.rrcteti, there win ikj mm ly
"uniu ii-imup. or umcry, on nAiuniMTi junk j.
,M17, nt ten o'clock In tlio forenoon, nt Uin Court
HoUe. in tlio llnrnnph of InltRVlltn. Holmvllilll
count)-, the following Kent Jtnlo to witi
AH Hint, tho undivided upven-slxteenlh pnrfof
nnd In tho following dencrlhcd pleeo or; imrcel'of
corn land, componcd of tiortlon of re r trim orlnl
nalmtrvrya, referred to In tho Indenture of Com
promlApn nnd He lenses hereinafter referred to,
Blttmte, lylns nnd belnti partly In tho township of
llutler. (lato Harry) In Hchuylttlll county, nnd
IntheHtato of rmiiiylvanla, nnd hounded nnd
described nccordlntt to n recent marking nnd
report of n larger pleco or portlonof land, or
which this tlcftcrllted 1 part (inndo by I'cter
w, Hhaercr nnd Allen FMier, of tho borough
of rottHVillo, in unld Hchuylklll county, surveys)
as follows, to wltt ncalunlng nt n point in tho
middle of tho summit of tho high ridge, next
north of the Mn nanny Creek, which point Is mid
way between tho eastern boundary of n trnct or-
tlcth tlflV of Mnv. 171U. Kin oil tn Wlltlnm l'lllntf .
and the western boundary ofn tract originally
surveyed on n warrant dnled tho tenth day of
January. 17IM, Issued t John Alexander, now a
part of tho Olrard estate; (which point wns mark
ed by tho snld Hlmefer nnd FIMicr uihui the ground
by n pine knot stake nnd n pile of stones, nnd wlt-
ucni-ii uiKiut'iKm I'lienuiut uuh irt'w, encu Having
three notches towards wild pile;) thence by tho
middle of the summit of said ridge by tho follow
log courses nnd distances the samo being marked
by the said Hhaofer nnd Fisher by cutting a hlazo
between two notches upon the eight trees and
blaze for other lines): that Is tosny.south eighty
five denrecs nnd threp-nunrtew of n drrjrpn vpt
five degrees nnd three-qunrters c
seven hundred nnd eighteen feet to a young pine
tree, marked by tho suld Hhnefcr nnd Fisher for n
corner, uy inrco noicneson inoenstcriy nnd west
erly sides thereof, nnd witnessed by three notches
iijhjii fiwii tn mu rhiuh, rusppcuveiy, lownms ino
same of seven iioltrhlKirlnir troen. mm nf u u
n large wlilto oak, standing westward of snld
young pine; thence Routh slxty-slx degrees nnd
one-quarter of n ilegrea west, four hnndred nnd
nine feet ton pine tree, marked bv Mild nhnefer
nnd Fisher wllh three notches ou the easterly nnd
westerly sides, nnd witnessed by threo notches
upon i no sine lowarus ino samo oi encn lour pine
trees and two rock ojik trees: thencot.oulhefu.ilv-
ono degrees und twenty-two minutes west, seven
hundred nud sixty feet tn nplno knot stake, set
in u juiu uiMoiii'H, luuuo uy mi m nurveyurHOU linn
line of tho wester most survev. on a wnrrnut tn
John Dreher, which extends northwardly from
tho north-west corner of an Interfering mtrvey
onnwarrnnt to John Kclleyj (the hift said stake
nud pile of stones are nt nulstnnco of two hun
dred nud eighty-six feet north, eight nnd one-hnlf
degrees west from said corner or the John Kelly
snrvey.nnd wero witnessed bj the snld Hhaefer nnd
Fisher, by threo notches from tlio sides towards
the same by six trees standing In the nelahlKir
hood thereof ;) thenco by a line parallel with the
southern boundary of the Olrard tracts, orlgnnl
ly surveyed on warrants Issued to Hubert Hilt?:
helmer, William Shannon nnd Oeo. llcckham, to
wit: south eighty-two nnd one-hnlf degrees weM,
about three thousand eight hundred andtwo feet,
bo tho same more or less, until It strikes the
enstern boundary lino of tho tract originally sur
veyed on n warrant Issued to IVliornh Urunt,
dated tho second day of January, 17WI, nt tho dis
tance oftlve hundred and sixty feet sonih. seven
nnd one-half degrees cast from tho double pine
corner of the .last Mild tract; thence along the
eastern line of tho said Deborah Grant
survey, north nine degrees west live hun
dred and sixty feet to tho aforsald doublo
pine corner of tlio lelorah Grant survey; thenco
along tho northern boundary line of said last
named survey, south eighty-two degrees west,
alnnit four hundred feet, bethcsainoinoreor less,
in Moms, n cnner ui iiio imrt firiKiiuiiiy Mirvey
1 on a wnrrent issued to William lllllot, dattnl
thotenvh nf Slav. I71V1: thence nlonir tho eastern
bounday lino of the said William Jllllot juirvey
north seven and ono half degrees west.WrosH
lnir tlio ronntv line of Kehnviklll nnd (Viltnbln
countle1 Into said Columbia eouuty.nbout threo
wiuuMiim one mwnircu iiini imy icei. ue inu sumo
more or less, ton corner by t hcolllclat plot.a chest
nut oak Iree, but now stones, nttested by old
witness-marks on a nelchborlnc tree: belnir Iho
southwestern corner of the aforesaid tract oilgl-
nany survcyei on n warrant to itooeri Jiuizuei
mer: thenco by the southerly boundary line of
tho last mentioned tract, nud of tho nforesnid
tract oricln.illv Kurvevedon u warrant to Will him
hhannon, north eighty-two degices and ono-half
east, tour inousanumue uunnreu nnuc-iguiyiuiue
feet to a noint midway between the eastern line
of tho fcnfdWIUlam Klllot survey and tho western
lino of tlio John Alexander survey; which point
was ascertained by actual mensurement,nnd was
nttested by the snld Hhaefernnd Fisher, by mark
ing a young pine for n corner with three notches
on tho easterly, westerly and southerly sides, re
spectively, and also by witnessing tho samo by
threo notches upon the sldo looking toward tho
same four tres, respectively, standing In tho
neighborhood thereof; thenco by n lino parallel
with tho eastern line of said survey on a warrant
to William Klllot, south seven degrees and one
half east, tin eo thousand six hundred nnd thirty
four feet nnd one-half to the beginning point ou
the middle of tho summit of the ridge nforesald,
containing within the said boundaries the quanti
ty ofaboutllvohundrcd acres, bo the same more or
less, with tho appurtenances; being part or the
same pleco or portions of land which Richard 1
Foulke, William Parker Foulke, and tho corpor
ation known ns "Tho Preston Retreat," parties of
tho first part, In nnd to a certain Indenture or
deed of compromise, nud of mutual grants nnd
releases, dated the eighteenth day of Juno,
A. U, lhis, recorded In Hchuylklll Ccunty, In
Deeu Hooko. rs. nago 3i,uni.int;oium.iia coun
ty, In Deed Hook O, page!iU7 granted, released nnd
confirmed nil their right, title and Interests
therein ana thereto unto Jonn Anspacn, Jr., ms
heirs and assigns forcver.nslnnnd by bald recited
Indenture reference thereto being had. and ton
copy of n plan thereunto annexed, the same will
more iiiuy appear, anu which me riuj juihi anv
pach.Jr. granted nnd conveyed In mortgage to
Ievl Mntthou nnd Charles Rubor, uikhi the 5th
day of January, A D. 1M1 ; which said mortgage
Is recorded In Hchuylklll couny, In Mortgnge Roolc
(, page 519, and In Columbia county, In Mortgage
Hook So. 4, pago ulO.
There nro two Collieries uion this traet ono
upon tho Mammoth Vein, lielow water-level,
worked under lennoby Scliall iV Donohue; tho Im
provements nt which belong to the lessors, nnd
consists of two Mlopu Houses, two HIojk-s, two
Hoisting nnd Tumping Uugines, ono ot ninety
hortennd one of tlfty horso power-wlth Hollers nnd
Hoisting nnd Pumping Muchlnery com pleto; one
jKiume itrcnKer, wiiu j.ngiiie, uearwig aiui .Ma
chinery complete; ltall Hoad Tracks, thirteen
blockB of Miners' Houses, eight hlnglo Houses,
ono largo Stable, Hlacksmlth Shop, Carpenter
Shop. Oil and Powder Houses nnd Olllce. The
water-level, and Is now worked under ease by!
the New York City Mutual Coal Company. Tho :
Improvements nt this Colliery conslstof ono Coal
Hreaker, with Knglne, Gearing and Machinery ,
complcto; five blocks of M Inert.' Houses, Rail
Roads, Carpenter Hhop, HIacksmlth Niop, btnble.
Oil nnd Powder Houses and Olllce.
Helzed nud taken In execution as the property
of John Anspach, Jr., nnd to be sold by
MICHAIIL HO RAX, Sheriff.
Pottsville, l'a., May 3, 16C7.
TJ S. INTEIINAL ItEVENUE,-
NOTICn TO tax rAYrns.
Notice lsherebr given that tlio undersigned, As
sessor of the 13lh llUtrlct of l'ennsylvanln, will
hold Courts of Appeal for tho correction of erro
neous asseksmeuts, us follows :
IN WVOUINO COUNTT
on Tuesday the Htli day of May, 1607, at Wall's
1I..t1 l 'I'milillrtlltin L-
IN mtADFOBD CODITY,
on Thursdnv nnd Friday, tlio 10th nnd 17th days
of May, 15(7, nt tho Mean's llouso lu Twnndn,
. IN 8UI.MV.iN COUNTY.
on Monday tho Wtli day of May, 1SC7, at tlio La
port Hotel, lu Laporte.
IN MONTOUR COUNTY,
on Thursday, the SM ilny of May, lS07,at tho Mon
tour House In Danville.
IN COLUMniA COUNTY,
on Trlday tho Iltli dav of May, 1NJ7, nt the Asses
lor's Ulllco In lllooniKljurK.
All nntwals mustbelnwrltiu! nud should specify
tlio particular canve, matter or lliinir, resectlni;
which a decision Is requested, nnd shall state the
Erounil or principle oi error cuiiipiniiicu ui.
sor at any tlmo previous to inoaaj 8 anovo nxctt
lor Hearing appeals.
tr nnv iMrsou llnblo to Income tax. or own.
lnc carriages, watches aud other nrticlcB llnblo
under schedule A, of tho Kxclso law, havo not
yet reported, they nro hereby notified to do so at
nnco. or liecomo liable to the nennlty. It Is tho
duty of every ono umennblo to tlio law to seclc
tho As-tcssorof Ills lllstrlct, anil liinue his return.
Assessor 13th District, l'enu a.
Ame.'wou'h Office, )
Bloomsburs, l'a., Aprils!, 1S07.
ira- Ifantmir Amtrtrrtn. Thtnvtlle Intelllncileer.
JJraifunl -liffiii, Nulthan Comity Democrat, ami
-Yortft llrancn itenwertu, picuic cow.
J J. 11 It O V E It,
Is now oiiering to tue puouo nis raiocit m
consisting In part of n full line of
INOItAIN. WO OIi AND ItAO
o a n v n t s,
I'lne cloths and cassimcr for Indies' coats,
HANDSOME HIIESS COOD3,
of all patterns and qualities, lnlalds and 1'rluls
of various qualities and prices,
BLEACHED AND BKOWN MUSLINS,
LADIE'S FHENCII CORSETS
Good assortment nf
LADJIX" A CItlLDllKXS OAlTV-ltSA HOOTS.
Fresh Groceries nnd Spices. New assortment of
GLASS AND (iUr.nNS-WAlli:,
FX-NO, 1 MACKEREL
lu one-half nud one-fourth barrels.
Now is tlio tlmo to make your selections, as
am nirerlini cools at very low prices, and ou
motto Is fulr dealing to all, and not to lie under
sold by any. J. Il"Wi:n.
Bloomsburs, April 12, lw)7,
j T M. TRAUGII,
Berwick, Columbia County, l'tiin'it.
HARDWARE &, CUTLERY.
QIIAHIilCS W. SNYDI2H,
II A 11 U W A 11 E,
IltON, NAILS, STEKL, AC, AC, AO.
MAIN STUKET, llTAlOMBHUnO, TENN'A.
Tnko this method of Informing tho cltlens of Co
lumblacouty, tliatho has opened n extensive
Hardware store on Main streetj In Hloomsbure,
near Iron street, nnd that helms on hand n
AROIIH STOCK AND lU'TTTKR ASSORTED
than can le found any where else In the county,
and which lie Intends to sell nt prices whldji defy
CHAINS, AXES, STEKL, IKON.
havo chains, all sizes, axes, nil make nnd
weight, steel, nil sizes, Iron, all shapes, nnd flit
IlUILDHIt'S It AuDW AUR,
of every descriptions. Nails, nxlo pulleys, sash
cords, latches, locks nnd knobs, butt sctcws,sos1i
fasts, window springs, base knobs, strap hinges,
hasps nnd staples, hooks nnd staples, und In fact
vcrythlng needed In that line.
COACH & WAGON MAKKIIS' HARDWARE,
embracing almost every thing In that line. Also
HARNESS MAK IW HARDWARE.
Duckies, Japanned; buckles, silver plated; blttfl
of every kind, Hamks, Iron; pad trees: Hames,
wood ! saddle trees, gig trees, girth web. worsted
nnd cotton Mhrcnd, silk, nwlsnnd needles, tools
of nil kinds.
A full assortment forcnrpenlcrs. I have planes
nil kinds, saw's; hand, paunel, rip, nnd compass,
squares steel, Iron, nnd try: boring machines,
chlsles, augers, bcvcl, mallets, brnccs, gauges,
plows, rules, bits, nnd nbout everything for car
penters. FOU THE TEOrLE GENEHALLY
I havo coal
coal sifters, lant
cutlery, plated sioons(
plated forks, servers, ten nnd cof
fee pots.butter knlves,mlll saws,
cross cut saws, circular saws, gang saws,
files, horse shoos.wrenches.rivetsiam-
mcrs, hatchets, mattocks, picks, forks, grub
bing hoes, sho els, spades, spading forks, hoes,
rakes, bed pins, twine, edcates, plows, coflln trim
mings Emery, red chalk, white chalk, wire.
horso nails, meat cutters, scales, washboards,
horse buckets, wooden pails, clothes
plus, glue, door mats, iorch mats, par
lor mats, corn poppers, paint
brushes, horso brushes, sleigh
bells, heel calks, enamel
ed kettles, brass kettles,
Bledges, curtain fixtures,
Thlmble&kelns nnd boxes,
Tumps, lead pipe, etc..
Tarred ropo nnd hundreds of articles not .enu
merated constantly on hand nt
CHARLES V SNYDER'S,
Main Street, Illoomsburg.
EV STOCK OF CLOTHING.
resh nrrlrnl of
FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
Invites attention to hts stock of
CHEAP AND FASH I ON All LK CLOTIIINa.
at hi store on
Main Street, two doors nbove the American Housa
hero he has Just received from Now York nnd
hlladelphla ft. full assort meat of
MKN AND BOYS' CLOTHING,
Including the roost fash Ion ftlile, durable, aud
ROX, BACK, FROCK, GUM, AND OIL-CLOTH
COATS AND PANTS,
of all sort, sizes, nnd colors. He has nUo replen
ished his already largo stock of
FALL AND WINTER SHAWLS,
STRIPED, FIGURED, AND PLAIN VEfJTS,
SHIRTS, CRAVATS, STOCKS, COLLARS,
SUSPENDERS, AND FANCY ARTICLES
Ho has constantly on hand u largo nud well-se
lected assortment of
CLOTHS AND VESTINGS,
which he H prepared to make to order Into nnr
kind of clothlus, on very bhort notice, aud lu tho
best manner. All his clothing Is made to wear,
nnd most of it is of homo manufacture.
GOLD WATCHES AND JEWELRY,
of every description, fine nnd cheap. Ills case of
Jewelry Is not burpasscd lu this place. Call nnd
examine his general assortment of
CLOTHING, WATCHES, JEWELRY, Ac.
JEW CLOTHING AND GENTLE
MEN'S FURNISIIINQ STORE.
The undersigned respectfully nunounccs to his
many friends that ho has opened n ucw Clothing
and Gentlemen's Furnishing Store, In tho lowo
room of the Ilnrtmau Building, southwest corner
of Mala and Market Streets, Rloombburg, Ta.
Having Just returned fioin Philadelphia with a
Large Stock of
FALL, AND WINTER CLOTHING
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISIIINQ GOODS, Ac, Ac.
ho flatters himself that ho can please all. Ills
MEN'S, BOYS', AND YOUTHS' CLOTHING,
and In fact everything in tho Clothing or Fur
nlshlng lluo nt very low prices,
In addition to tho abovo he lias an elegant
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, AND VIMTIN
CLOTHING MADE TO ORDER AT THE
Call nnd seo before purchasing elsewhere, and
SECURE GREAT BARGAINS,
octo-ly J. W. CIIEMI1ERLAIN
MING AND BOOKSTORE,
second door below Hartmnn's, Main Street,
Just received a new stock ot
ZEPHYRS, WOOLEN AND COTTON YARNS,
CORSETS, LACES, EMBROIDERIli,
MUSLIN EDOINGS, PRESS TRIMMINGS
nnd every vnrlcty of article usually kept In a
SCHOOL BOOKS, HYMN BOOlvS, U1BI.1H,
and a largo lot of
ACCOUNT AND MEMORANDUM BOOKH,
BLANK DEEDS, BONDS'AND MORTGAGES,
nud o general and well-elcctel assortment of
PAPER, ENVELOPE, At.
A. 1). WE11B.
MMIE PADDY RUN
, CO AIj OOMl'AN'Y,
MIICKSIHNNY, THNNSTLVANIA. "
JOHN it. 6TACK1I0UBE, rresldenW
CIIAK. A. 1100NI2, Secretary and Treasurer.
John M. Stnekhouso, N. U Campbell,
Clias. A. llooue, Cyrus Htaoklmns,
JfAIN STREET, SHICKSHINNY, TA.
The lands hold by tills Company, consist of
FOUR HUNDRED AND FORTY
and slity-four perches, of carefully selected land
lying southwest of Wllkcs-Ilarrc, I.uzerno coun
ty, l'a.. In tho western part of tho a rent Northern
or Wyoming Coal Uasln.
Avery careful nnd thoroURh examination re
cently made lins proven thcso (for the alioTe)
lands to bo tho embodiment of a vast amount of
the very best quality of anthracite coal, liarlng
every facility that could bo desired for trans
portation in all directions. Tho above tract Is
crossed by n good road, and also dlreetly la
front, and Joining nro tho Lackawanna & niooms
burg railroad, nnd tho Wyoming canal, thus af
fording theery best advantage of acarrylug road
and canal running to the very mouth of tho
mines without expenso to the company.
The measurement of the different beds or seams
already developed was carefully obtained and
added together: the thickness of thcso seams.
Including tho celebrated "Kcd Ash," "Buck Moun
tain," or "Ornnd Tunnel" vein, Is thlrty-onr and
n half fcot, (Jljfl, every cublo yard of which will
yield n ton, giving a largo amount of the best
quality of coal.
Tholocutlen Is such that all tho veins may be
cut and wotked to the greatest posslbleadvantago
abovo water level, and at much less expense than
can bo dono from collerlcs operating below water
The cool can bo brought to the surfaco through
drifts or tunnels which drain tlio water from tho
mines and saves tho hoisting of tho coal. So the
eligibility of these Innds for cheap mining Is un
questionable. Very lately tho "(Irand Tunnel"
or "lied Ash" vein lina been opened, and Is now
producing as flno a quality of coal ns has evor
been produced In tho anthracite regl.ns. Tho
breaker now In operation Is capablo of preparing
from I."i0to200 tons per day. The surface contains
nn abundant supply of wood nnd timber very val
unblo for mining purposes, which gives tho tract
tho advautngo of many other coal lands. Tho
f.ict Hint nlmost nil vnlunblo conl lands. arc being
rapidly taken up by heavy capitalists or large cor
porations, shows that they must steadily and
greatly rise in tho mnrltet value, whllo with tho
Immense and constantly Increasing demand for
this coal, and tlio Railroad and North Branch ca
nal, passing by tho mouths of tlio mines, through
tho Orcat Iron making districts of Illoomsburg,
Danville, Duncannon, Hnrrlsburg, Mlddlctown,
Marietta, nud Columbia, to tide-water at Havre
do Grace, ono can rcarccly concclvo of n moro
profitable or permanant sourco of wealth than
may bo found in lands llko these.
In order to bo ablo to open their works on n
moro extensive plan, this company has placed
portion of their capital stock in market on the
following terms : Any person taking ono or mor
shares of stock at
TEN DOLLARS EACH,
will bo entitled annually to a ton of coal at est
at tlio mine per share, and any stockholders
NOT RECE1VINO TUB COAL
as aforesaid, to be credited on the books of ike
Company, with the difference between the tost
and selling price for each (.hare, to b paid before
a dividend shall bo declared.
C. r. TCNAPr, Agent.
March 1, 1807.
' Of II Silver Medal VV
WAS 1V1SD1D TO Sj
W BARRETT'S HAIR RESTORATIVE
Or the N. II. SU1 Agricultural Soclflr.tt 4
Vegetable Hair Restorative
Ilcitnrfi Qrir Ittlrto II nitursl color. Pro
mote, tho growth ot the Hair. Chion" tho
.Zj. roota to thdr erlaluM orfftnio CCUOD. uadl- fv
Yl cue, Uandrutr ond Itumon. Prevent!
Uitlr tUlin out, U Superior DrtMiog. j
JtCl'UUiu ii u tiijunuu ujKi-cuirriis, m
tola nmrio lan'upnout iui
jlui, ti'it iiurui nai fsm. w
J. rt. BARRETT & CO., Proprietors,
ItAXCIIESTEll, N. It.
3- Hold by L. N. MOVER, Illoomsburg, l'a. ,
and Druggists generally. npr.V(J7-Gm
M. C. SLOAN & BROTHER,
tho successors of
WILLIAM SLOAN A BON,
continue tho buslnsss of making
nud every stylo of
which they have constantly ou hand to suit cus
tomers. Never using any material but tho best
nnd employing tho most experienced workman,
they hope to eontlnuo as heretofore to glvo entire
satisfaction to every customer. An Inspection of
their work, and of tho reasouablo prlco asked for
tho same, Is sura to tusuro n bale.
g C. COLLINS,
lr ArllUU.t AllIiK
SHAVING, HAIR CUTTING
Court Houso Alley, next door to Cbrunttifan Otlco,
Hair Dvelng and Whiskers colored black or
brown. Hnlr Tonic to destroy dandrutr and beau
tifying the hair; will restore hair to Its original
color without soiling tho llnest fabric, constantly
on naiui. iiipriui.
E. S A V A G E .
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELRY,
Main Street, near the Oiurf Jtoute,
Constantly on hand n fine assortment of
AMERICAN AND SWISO WATCHES,
Clocks, Jewelry, Sllvcrwaro and Spectacles
Particular nttentlon pajd to the repairing of
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry nnd Spectacles.
3 Masonic marks made to order. All work
Insurance Company of State Psnu'n.
Connecticut Mutual Lite
North American Transit -
FREAS BROWN, Jll,
lit I'jTATB or 8 MANTUA J EVANS, PBrll.
Letters tetiiuieiitiiry mi tho estuto of human
tlut Juno Euns, lato or Illo.imi.burg, IVil.mWa
eounty, deceased, havo Uvu grautc.1 by the licit
Wer iitsal.l eounty lo J. II. Eau, residing In
the township and county nrorciald. AlllHTsons
having cliilins on Iho etuti nro rciuestixl to pre
sent Incut duly aullientlcati'd foretlleiiicnt, and
Ihmo kuouiiig theiii-elves Indebted to tlio estate
MlUmiikopujiiient forthwith. j-vNS
April 12, lS07-lw. Ex'tvutur.
A T T O R N E Y - A T I. A W,