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THE COLUMBIAN, BLOOM SBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
ry A lr.iml-orpiii Krlmlor In I'ltiluiti'l
jilila viw round to liiivt'$.",.0U In bills on
tfif A l'l'iitisylvaiiliin li:n Just luulto
imy u ilni' of $3) for putting his nrin
nrouml n Indy'a wnl.st.
tt&" A boot-Muck In lMttsbtiri trk'd to
idins liliH'clf for tho love of neluinilicr
ninlu but the ropo broke.
ftay- A colored nmii tins been limited
mid lined $10 In ll.iltiinoru for cnthiK
lieunntH during servleo In n eolorcd
Jey Samuel Dunn Is the only revolu
tionary pensioner now living, and a
joker thinks It curious that "Done"
chould elo.o the list.
tfiy- At a fashionable church In New
York thu contribution plates are carried
round by tho young ladles, to tho groat
benefit of tho treasury.
Jay Dr. llutler is president of tho
National Asvluni for Disabled Soldiers.
If the olllco goes by seniority, the
Doctor is entitled to it, ror no was "tun
abled" fora polillcr at birth.
ear A company of 81H) ladles and gen
tlemen made an excursion from Indian
aiiolis, lnd., to Cincinnati, to witness
the "Black Crook." Tho western mind
enjoys the ipeetaclo hugely.
DS-Thcro is said to bo a girl of ten
vears in a private gymnasium, nt Box
bury, Mass., that lilts iiGO pounds, one
of thirteen thatllfts-iOO pounds, and ono
of fourteen that lifts 400 pounds.
EST A Connecticut genius has written,
without tho aid of a glass, tho Lord's
Prayer in run, rour times, insiiie a circle
tlioslzoofn gold dolla"-. Tho writing
includes '2i- words, or 1,033 letters.
tiay-To prepare Queen Victoria's
mails rcmilres tho services of ono chief
cook at a salary of$3,o00 three master
cook9 at ono hair that sum, two. yeomen
or tho kitchen, two roasting cooks, and
SSr Ex-President Buchanan contrlb
nti.il two liiinilrnd dollars to tho South
ern rclicr fund recently raised in Phila
delphia. Tho money was sent to Bov. Dr.
lioarilnian, a member of the distributing
jOarThcre Is n lmt manufacturing
establishment in New York, which Is
capable or turning out 12,000 hats per
day. It employs 1,50(1 operatives, and
tho sales amount to $3,000,000 annually.
13T General Grant's Income over and
nlmvn Mint received rrom the Govern
ment is $l,S0O., Sum years ago ho was
engaged in a tan yard at about $80 per
month. Tho last tan yard In which he
worked, however, paid better than tho
I-Tho repaired cable continues to
work pericctiy, ami may oo consmi'reu
as reliable as though no damage had
immrnfi. rt. wns found to have boon
absolutely crushed, notwithstanding its
heavy iron armor, for a length or 120
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usr un i' nuav last, i iiu(uieu.ioiu i-in.
jr., nepiiuw in uiu u.ii V.WH.1.I....V..,
w nrrcatnrt at AVriulltsvillo.bv ConstlV
i,i rion. v. Smith, or that borouuh. on
suspicion or being ono of tho horse
thieves which have been prowling
around that county for some time past,
Peter (lit noreed to triVO Joseph
Platte $700, If Joseph would marry his
daughter Mary. In consideration of
tills proposition, Jocph married the
JIary aforesaid, and now brings suit
before a Pittsburgh alderman to com
pel hisrathor-in-law to stand to his agree
ment. jQrOmalia, Juno 23. Tho Union Pa
cific Itallroad is now open to Julesburg,
378 miles west or this point, mid two
daily trains wlllcomnience running each
way in a fow days. Over .-.,000,000
pounds of freight, which lias been wait
ing tills event, will bo forwarded at
i-T!im funeral of ITon. Isaac Newton
lato Commissioner of itlio Agricultural
Department, took place on Friday after
noon. Tils remains were accompanied
by numerous friends to tho Baltimore
depot, and tlienco wero conveyed to
Philadelphia for interment. Tho clerks
and employes attended tho funeral in a
ess- An nnti-Poncrv riot broko out in
Birmingham. England. Tho rioters
obtained possession of tho town, sacked
Homo of tho stores, and attacked Cath
olic! elianel. Troor3 were dispatched
from London to quiet tho disturbance
and restoro order. Suchnn occurrence isa
disgrace to the Intelligence and progress
oftho nineteenth century
J8S- Startling intelligence has been
received hero from Borne. Despatches
rpnorr.tliiittAvo hundred armed men had
thrown themselves into tho city, it was
supposed, with the intention or pro
claiming a republic, But tho desporato
nftomnr. fnllefl. find fortv ortho revolu
tionists aronow in prison.
XfcJ) .IX'illllliiuri, mil., U1UUUIU uu
Frank Ilnrvoyeiiuglit a neighbor's horse
in ids wheat field. Ho chased the brute
1,1, ,.J L T...1 1 11.,.. .!,,..
till lie trot mad. nut it into his stable
cut off Its ears and tail, and beat the poor
creature almost senseless. Afterwards
he, mid tho owner 425. and gave him
another iiorso to compromise tho nffalr:
and was then arrested on a criminal
Bar Tho last official act of tho Presi
dent before leaving ror Boston, was to
appoint Marcus Atterhourg, or Wiscon
hfn, ns Minister to Mexico. Ho is now
tho Consul ortho United States in the
City or Mexico. A public exigency
demanded the presence or an American
Minister in Mexico at once, henco tho
appointment or one who is already in
ISyAn Ohio paper tells a novel lovo
story. A young couplu planned an
elopement, tho girl de.sending rrom her
room upon the traditional ladder, but
at tho gate they wero met by tho rather
ortho girl anil a minuter, by whom tho
young couplu were escorted to tho par
lor, where, to their surprise they round
all their relatives collected for the mar
riage ceremony, which touk place at
once. It was a neat paternal freak.
S A most singular sight was pre
sented on I'enu street Pittsburgh, on
Friday last. It was a funeral proces
sion, consisting of il vo persons, a father,
mother and thrco children. But the
strniiL'o Dart of tho ail'alr was that the
coiun.conuumng iiiocorpsooi ueryouiig
est child was bomo by tho mother tni
on her head, who with solemn gnit and
mien preceded the procession, followed
by tins fattier and children. The fiimily
sWnKuivniBlvoiiY Comus Fiiom.
-About 24,000 oxen ure killed each
week t supply Uiu City nt Now York
with meat.' Tho bmii, k,,w,l ,w the
"hlnbone,iui.l all tlie leg rrom t e
kneo to tho hoof falls Into tho lianils r.r
Mr. Peter Cooper. Ho contractu win.
tlinbiitchersiiud marUot-inen tosupii
him, and In this way about 100,000 shl
with 1 in
to his 1,1
nones per weoi; nun tneir way into
tabllsliment. All tho muscles arol with ldm in Rciitlnicnt thev ilonot per
ken rrom them, tho gluten is extract- lnlt this dllTor,.,, ,. ' , ""otJ,c,r
I, and the clean white bono is kept to atsec tirtesv 1 1 l 1 t'ont,ra, I,lto
j worked up into parasol handles. In ,' V" ? lu,yf l'l" was not on-
Do worKcti up into parasol luiuuies. in
11111 lll 411. v,uwjii;i nil-? jiiuuu ill! nil
nicuso fortune, and many ladles who
supposed they wero admiring a beauti
ful carved ivory handle to theli sun
shades. ridliiL'-whlpH. etc.. havo only
been gazing upon tliobhiubouo ofau ox,
tlio very uniiuai, pernaps, which sup
plied them with their morning's beef-stake
I'lltDAY MOItNlNO, .1U.M! 8, 1807.
roiui Dm: of Tin: huimusmk coviit,
Columbia Count' Dcluucrnllc Convention.
Vrn IfT. In lipreliv L'lvpn Hull the tli-lnrwriitln
elector in mill for ilte several iKiroiulu ami elcc-
tlntuUitrlcttiof Columbia County, will meet nt
their muni place nfhnlillnEt heir Reneral election
im bati'h(iaytiii;twi:ntvmi:vi:xtji hay
1)1-' JUI.Y,lHirr,betiW'cn Hut hours of. 1 nnil 7 o'clock
lit Uui nflernonii of until day for tho pursue, of
clion.slnu HY l!Al,l,il two tic icgali-ii .ironi encn
Llcetlnn lililrlrt to meet lu County Couonllon,
nttheCOl'lU'llOUm-:, In lltooinifmrcon Mint
ilny thtillh, ily of .Inly, 1mi7, nt 1 o'clock, i',M.,
for the purpose nf limiting tho iimmI nnual nonil
tuitions of Ihc 1 tenim-ml lc. party of Colnliln f'oun.
ty. c. o. iiAitKi.r.Y.
Chairman Democratic utanillUKCom.
Tun Badlcals had better muzzle Gree
ley. Ho is like n mad bull in a china
shop. Ho speaks "light out in meeting
in regard to Tliad Stevens' confiscation,
Ben Wade's division of lands, and that
military humbug yclepted "The Grand
Army r tho Bepubic." P. John has
been kept busy in excusing Horaco to
his readers, and wo mildly suggest tho
annexed extract as lino text for his next
We shall have confiscation, perhaps.
mill land to the nee;ro pressed by nsmali
minority, wo no not tnuiK it win no
wNo to make now issues, and we counsel
moderation with justice, as wo did du
ring the last session. Wo dread to re
open this question, becauso with it comes
uncertainly, nun unresi, iovuniiiiesi,
endless iiiid angry discussions. We Unci
n Kontlnipiit In tho .West that has ex
pression in a lew miseraoie, joouing
newspapers a kind of Tlienardler feel
ing. A number of otllce-beggars anil
poiiticlans.calllng themselves tlieuranu
Armv of the Beiniblic. and meeting in
out-o'f-tiie-way places with grips and
pass-worus, are passing resolutions ue
mandlng confiscation and farms. This
is cither knavery or madness. People
who want farms work for them. Tho
only class wo know that takes other
people's property becauso they want it
is largelv reoriented in Sing Sing. Tho
people of this country do not want Sing
sine and Mexican banditti principles in-
troilucd into theirstate smansliip. Wo
can never reconstruct America by tho
imllows. and the Denutv-SheriiT. and
wo trilil mat. mo siurit ui muiiuc-m
will nrovail especially becauso this
contest is not made by tho Southern
people. They accepted tno Ainitary uiu
inanfully, and have endeavored to act
under its provisions. Instead of apathy.
and wrath, and discontent, wo have
found them eager and painstaking in
their ell'ort to reorirnnizo their political
svstem under the Military bill. If tho
work is arresled. they avo not to blame;
and wo have no right to increase the
conditions imposed last March. If
anything, we should recognizo tho tem
peroi tno tioutn oy miming mum.
rin:OAijAXY,ror July ,contalns articles
on "Bitualism," by tho Bev. Morgan
Dix D. D., tho Bector or Trinity Church
New York; on "The Fruits ortho War,"
bv Horace Grccly ; on "Tho Personal
Beprescntation Project," by D. G. Cro
ly ; on "An Interviow witli General Es
cobedo," by an cx-offlcer; on "Tho
Opening 'or tho Boyal Academy," by
Ion Perdicaris ; a humorous sketch, en
titled "Wiicro Progress U'ft tliq Gods,"
bv F. B. Perkins; ash rt story, entl
tied, "Miss Aubusson; "Children," by
II. T. TuckcEjnan; "Words and their
Uses," by Bichard Grant White, and
poetry, by Dr. T. W. Parsons nnd Miss
Ina D. Coolbrith, besido continuations
of "Steven Lawrence Yoeman," by Mrs,
Edwards, and "Waiting for tho V.cr
diet," by Mrs. B. II. Davis.
Tlio illustrations ofMio number aro
uy v. v. unsworn anu uaston 'ay,
Tho prico othGalaxy ls $3 1 CO a year;
two copies IqtM : single copies 30 cents,
On receiptor $l,ThoGalaxy will bo
sent Tor ono year, together with a copy
each or "Arcliio Lovell," by Mrs. Ed'
wards, and "Tho Clavcririgs,!' by An
tliony Trollope, both books illustrated
Address W.B. &F. P. ChurcINo?189
Park Bow, N. Y.
Loyalty I i.LUisTHATKD.Sonio clerks
and ultuvhea ot tho present Geary ad
ministration Iiavo been proving their
loyalty by stealing thousands of valua
hlo books rrom tho State libary, and
selling them for old paper. This practico
has been going ror months, and it is
presumed that $20,000 worth have bee
plundered by these honest, upright, loyal
men I Tho pcoplo can now sco that not
only is tho LegLslaturo venal, but tho
hangers-on have caught Infection from
their superiors. How long is this thing
to last? How long will tho people liar
bor these plunderers, who, vandal
like, destroy or wll, cs'en tho books
purchased at a heavy cost by tho State
Tax payers, think o! theso things, an
then dctcrmluu4?i push theso men rrom
the places they havo ahiucd
Tjik Badlcal Press all over thu conn
try aro in ecsl.-.cles becauo Gener:'
Longstreet lias written a letter of Bad!
cal tinge. They at once transform him
from "a traitor red-handed with tl
blood ofou v brothers on his hands" Into
'brave soldier and Christian gentleman
fioiiio even go so far as to recominem
him as U. S. Senator rrom Loul-iana
Tliero is not a whimper about his "do
sertlou or thu Hag," "Andersonville
etc. It is wouderrul how soon a rebel
can beeomo a patriot after joining tho
It.ulleal party. Wo almost believe that
Horaco Greeley and tho Badlcals aro
trying to convert Jell'. Davis, and if
successful would call him thobcstStates.
man nnd purest patriot of tlio nge.
Tin: reception of President Johnson
Huston, Is gratifying in tho extreme,
ami plainly shows that however much
iu pcoino of Massachusetts may differ
' V ",."U9m,Ue nd tho most
iMui.uui.-iiv juitiuius or tho Ktat0 vied
- "iner to do lienor to tho
Chief Magistrate, of the nation, ti.u i.
uiu inmw u unouiiy nnd snobby
i-iiiiiiiiuuinin, wnoso action caiiscn tl.n
cheek or every true Pennsylvania!! to
tingle with siiauie,
GEOHQE SIIAIISWOOD, L. Ii. D.,
l'liisinu.NT Jt'DOi: or tub DiSTiitcrr
COLllT l-Ott Till: CITY AND COUNTY
t;rom "Tim I'onuM," by H.-ivlJ 1'nul nroivn.
'i'ih: Honorable George Sharswooil
was born on the 7th of July, 1HK), and
graduated at tho University of Pennsyl
vania, on tho 31st of July, 1828, with
tho highest honors, delivering tlio Greek
Salutatory, manirestlngn scholarship of
which his unceasing Industry had given
nn early earnest. In tho month of Au
gust of the same year, ho became a stu-
lent in the olllco of Mr. Joseph B. In-
gcrsoll, and after scvero application to
ids studies, was admitted to practico on
tho mil of September, 1831.
Even nftcr Mr.Sliarswood's admission
lie still blended his classical with his
professional duties, besides giving some
attention to tho modern languages, and
it may bo truly observed or him, that it
has seldom happened that such young
shoulders boro so wlso a head.
lie was not deficient in genius, lmt
ids great quality consisted in rigid and
inderatlgablo labor. Ho was a model
for a student. Always thoughtful yet
always cheerful ; modest and retiring
in his manners, yet in a moment of ex
igency not deficient in just reliance upon
himself. Wo do not tliinK he could
over have been nn cffectlvo advocate.
The turn or his mind was too tranquil
to enjoy or endure tlie tumult, ngltation
nnd excitement or Jury trials. But in
an nrgumcnt to tlio Court in banc, upon
point or law rew men or his years
would have been ids equal cool, calm
and collected, lie had rail control or that
abundant stock or knowledge which
ntiring perseverance and indtttry had
enabled him to accumulate.
After remaining at tho barsomo fivo
years, witli about tno usual snaro oi
professional business, but with bright
hopes clustering around him, lie was
elected to the Legislature on tho 10th of
October, 1S37, wiicro it is sufficient to
uy, that ho Justified the most sanguine
hopes and expectations or ids eonstitu
cuts. On the 0th or October, 1838, ho
became one or the select council, and on
the 29th or June, 1811, was appointed
Secretary oT the Investigating Commit
tee or the Slockholders or tho Bank or
the United States. On the 12th or Octo
her, 1811, lie was elected again to tho
legislature, and continued in that body
by another election, on tin! 11th or Octo
her, 1812. Scarcely had his legislative
services terminated, when, on tho 8th of
April, In the year 18 W, ho received tho
Appointment of Judge of the District
Court for tlio city and county of Philad
clphia, and on the 1st of February, 1818,
became its President. On the 1 1th or
October, 1851, tinder the new Constitu
tion, ho was elected by a largo majority
to tho same judicial position, which he
had previously hold rrom tho Executive
nnd Senate or tho State. He was com
missioned on tho 1st or December, ISol
In all theso varied and highly honor'
able nnd responsible employments, it
may bo Justly Mild that he manuested
tho most abundant capacity and fitness
ror the duties imposed upon him. But
lie more especially shone in ids Judicial
Take him ror all in all, at Ids timo of
life no bench in Pennsylvania has borno
a nioro unblemished, moro competent
or moro exemplary Incumbent. Ho
cannot bo said to bo a man or refined
and rascinathig manners; his ciosostud
les and constant occupation would ror
bid that, but ho is a man of kind, liberal
and honorable feelings, just such a man
as you might suppose was born to bo a
judge; and Ifhoholdsoutoshobas begun
and Heaven and his constituents con
tinuo him to his "tlireo scoro and ten,'
wo aro mistaken or ho will nirnish tho
best practical proof or tho roily or Leg
Hating judges out or ofllco at tlio oxp!'
ration or 6lxty years.
Since hlsspresidency in tho District,
Judge Sharswood' litis been chosen Pro
fessor ofjLaw in tho'I'ennsylvania Unl
verslty, wliero he' is) an Invaluablo ac
quisition. Apart from this duty, ho is
engaged in delivering a courso of clab
orato lectures before tho Commercial
Institute, and when it is remembered
that tho Court In which lie presides sits
ten months in a year, and is continu
ously and laboriously occupied during
ail that timo in every diversity of
trials, certainly no better commentary
can bo required upon his exliaustlcss
patience and energy of character.
But to glanco from tho mental to the
personal Judgo Sharswood is about
fivo feet ten inches high, with a slight
bly to his studious pursuits through lire.
Ho lias a benevolent race, and even
temper, great patience, and that with
out which everything elo Is nothing
uncompromising honesty. Thohouooty
or a Judge, however, Is hardly neces
sary to bo referred to, as without it, no
man is to bo considered a judge. Ho is
only a pageant in tlio templo of justice.
All this we have said with entire
frankness and sincerity, and aro pre
pared to stand by. Xay, it is tho volco
of tho entire bar, and wo may bo ex.
cused though it partakes or something
bordering upon a rebuke, in paying that
thero is only one defect in Judgo Shars
wood's Judicial manner, and that posl
lily arises from Judgo Washington
having departed from tho bench beforo
Judgo Sharswood camo to tho bar,
Judge Washington noverused a mallet
or a gavel or commanded "silence!" or
directed tho members or tho bar or the
bystanders to tako their seats. In do
parting rrom this example, wo think
Judge Sharswood errs. Tlicso errors,
uowovor may bo attributable to tho ntv
tureor tho business, or may havo been
Inherited from some or Ids official pro-
docessors. Bo this as it may, they aro
rather fermid than substantial matters
of objection mere motes in n sunbeam.
offending tho oyo without diminishing
Judgo Sharswood may bo cited iu
support or our theory, tliat Judges
oilier qualifications being equal
,",""" tho bar befero they havo
KcmeraUv V?,y CnrtKe(l I'mctlco,
tuiually illschur tielr dUw JUffJ
Mitlsfactorlly than thoso who aro hack
neyed in litigation nnd tlicrcforo take
mrtial or prejudiced views of a ease.
Lpless tho opposite sides or tho Issue
xhlhlt great unequallty In merit nnd
strength, we defy any man to porcclvo
from the deportment of tho Judge, to
what result Ids mind inclines. This Is
ireat virtue in a Judicial officer noth-
inz Is so unbecoming in authority, as to
diiccml from Its high calling Into tho
nrina of professional dcgladlation, and
ailVanco gratuitous opinions, and Join
inn conllict between out-posts, beforo
tin) mind entirely grasps tlio merits of
thoieontroversy. Counsel may bo less
ob-ers-ant of what they pay or do, but a
Judgo sliould permit no word to escapo
lis Hps during tlio progress of a trial
thntmny tend to bins a Jury, or throw
eproacli upon ono party or tho other.
Words, as we havo elsewhere said, are
things, and judicial words aro very
operative, if not controling things upon
tho iriliids or tho "sworn twclvo" who,
avhig fer the most part, but little light
u themselves, look anxiously Tor tho
least glimmering of it that mny bo shed
from tlio bench and sometimes convert
that light into darkness.
Juilge Sharswood puts his eases of
course, very rairly to a jury ; ho seldom
entrenches upon their right to deter
mine upon facts, and when lie charges
upon the law, ho does it with great clear
ness, precision and cogency, nnd so ns
to bo comprehended by any man of tho
iiiostiirdinary intelligence. Ills thoughts
aro not only perspicuous, but tho lan
guage in which they nro clothed is so
plain and unaffected as to prevent all
iquivocation or misapprehension.
Democratic County Couvontion of
AccoKMNU to adjournment tho Demo
cratic County Convention met at tho
Court House in Danville, on Saturday,
Juno 22d, insf. Tlio following resolu
tion was unanimously adopted:
Jlesolved, That W. D. Wcidcnliamer
and Dr. E. C. Kester, aro hereby ap
pointed Bepiesentntivo Conferees to
meet similar conferees Trom Colum
bia (,'ountv. at Danville, at such
time as may bo agreed upon to nomi
nate a candidato lor iicpresentativo in
tlio Stiito Legislature, and that in caso
or inability to attend, said Conferees
nro hereby idstructed to uso all honora
ble moons, fer the nomination or Hon.
Thomas Chairant fer Bepresentntive.
Tho following candidates were nomi
For County Commissioner, Andrew
For District Attorney, George D. But
For Jury Commissioner, Daniel Bill-
For County Auditor, Ellas Unas.
The C'ommltteo on Bcolutions repor
ted tlio following:
llesofred. That the Democracy orMon-
tour county express their continued
confidence in and adlicranco to tho prin
ciples of civil L'ovcrnmcnt.promiilgated
and established by the founders of tho
2. That the Union or the States is per
petual, nhd the Federal Government,
lliouguone oi me iinuieu puivuia, i an
nremo Within its constitutional limns.
a. xiiai eacn oiiuu is enuimu iu un
n m. i f fL..L.. I .. .t.1 , i tl.
proper representation in congress; nnu
in the Electoral Collezo: and that the
denial of thlsright, or tlio rchisal by tlio
llcmiulicau ma oritv in uongress to au-
mlt tho locally elected representatives
ofanyStatoor States to seats In Con-
" ... Qnn.A nriTntln,) C!l..lna
grOSS, Ol ill UIU OUUUVU Ul UUIIUU UVIUVB,
is destructive or tho first principles of
the fTovornmcnt ltseil.
4. That each State has tho exclusive
right to detercmino tho qualifications of
vpters witniu ma own itiuiis, uuu umv
nnv nttc'mnt by Congress to intcrfero
Witli tho cxereiso o.rthis excluslvo Stato
ririit is a usurpation oi power, ana an
outrago.tipon tho rights ortho people or
fi. Thar, wb aro onnosed to anv amend
ment'to tliOi' Constitution or this Stato
which shall confer upon negroes tho
right to votq or hold OfHce.
o. Thai wc aro opposed to tlio confis
cation policy avowed by tlio leaders or
tlio BcpuMican.party as a violation or
tno declaration oi jiiguis couiuiueii in
our Constiution, and destructive or nil
protection to nrivato propetry.
7. That the.Bcpublfcau party, by it
reckless disregard or tlio tho rights and
Interest ot tnopeopie, oy us uiicoiiscion
nbln noiianderinc of the public money:
iiiinn oolitical favorites and partisans
its unwarreutcd iucreaso of tlio number
or public olliccrs at high salaries, and
tho consequent Jalarming incrcaso or
our national iieot, as wen us oi mo cur
rent yearly expenditures oi tno liovcriv
mcnt, both national and State.
h. Timt, wo aro opposed to tlio subiu
gution of tho civil to tlio military power'
in any oi tno mates, ami to tno usurpa
tion bv Conu'ress of the powers of the
Executive and Judiciary Departments
of tho Government.
9. That tlio Republican party, by its
action in .o niinunistr.uionoi tno uov
eminent, Has shown itself unfit todirec
and control the government of a rm:i
pie, amitiiat a proper regard lor our ow
Interest, prosperity and happiness as
nation and for tho perpetuity ofour Gov
eminent Imperatively demands tho speo
dy removal oi tutu party ironi power.
10. That the success or the Democrat
ic party is thfonly hope left to tho pco
plo ora system of retrenchment which
Mian relieve uio peopio ironi tne prcsen
heavy burden-, ot taxation, and ot a re
form which shall secure our unity nnd
perpetuity ns a nation, and that in order
to ensure this success tho most efficient
instrumentality is the newspaper press,
'e,theiefore,urgo upon every Democrat
tho importance or using every effort to
liicreasoiiiecirciuauoii oi iiieiiemocrat-
ic papers, especially oi his own county
and by making vigorous effort to place it
in llienailds ui every vuiur in uiu couiiiy
11. That wo havo tho fullest contl
denco in tho integrity, uprightness and
ability oftho Hon. Cieoruo Sharswood.
tho Democratic nominee for Judgo ortho
Supreme Court, and pledgo him our
hearty and undivided support at tho
12. That we iitiprovo or the action o
our worthy nnil talented U. S. Senator,
lion. (J. It. Buckiilow. ids firm ntlho-
renco to Democratic measures, ami his
unyielding opposition to tho destructive
nnd disunion policy or tho last Budieal
Congress, deserve tho Highest commen
dation ortho Democracy ortho State.
13. That tho Hon. Geo. D. Jackson,
our DomocratlcStateSenator, lias shown
himself i Democrat worthy to bo tho
Hopro.ientathu of tlio Democracy of tlio
1 1 That wo hrartllv nimrovo or tlio
courso ofour Into member of tlio State
legislature, Hon. Thomas Chalfaut.
That ids prompt nnd watchful enro ovor
tho local interests of his constituents")
well as' Ids firm nnd manly opposition
to tho ltadlcal measures of tho Bcpub
lienii majority in tlio IIouso of which ho
was a member, entitles lilm to tlio
thanks of tho Democracy of tlio District
as well as oftho State.
jo. That wo will support tho ticket
tills day nominated, nnd uso alt honor
able endeavors to secure its success by
largely increased majority.
J. H. Campbell, Esq., was appointed
Chairman of tho Standing Committee.
Tho Convention was addressed by Mr.
Campbell and lion. Tlios. Chnlfant.
iTnppears that whllotho Legislatures
oftheXow England States aro moving
Ing or their rivers nnd strenms with
shad and salmon, tlio Canadian papers
nro complaining or the over-stocking or
their streams with fish. Tho laws pro
fiting netting in the streams havo so
Increased tho quantities of fish that tlio
quality has deteriorated. This fact
shows tlio lcglslatlvointerpositlon effec
tive in preventing tho destruction of
Tii u Badlcals met in Wllllamsport on
Wednesday to nominate a eandldatofor
Supremo Bench, and after considerable
pow-wow-ing selected tho Hon. Henry
W. Williams, nt present a Journeyman
Judgo ora little court in tho county or
Allegheny. Ho won't bo required to
Wheat per hushel S2 !)
Ityo " 1 13
Corn " 1 HI
Flour per Imrrul Ill u
, 2. 10
, 2 TiO
Hides nnd hhoulders
linru per pound ,
Hay per ton
, 23 00
Tleniloclc noardi per thousand feet 810 00
I'lno M " " tone lnchl lSa'Jt)
Joist, HeantllnK, Plnnk, (Hemlock) 1. ()
mni:ie, ino. i per iiiou-mim n in.
' " '1 " " 7 ()
Sldlns " " ft IS W
Northwestern Kiiperllno nt K-W S.00
iNoruiweHieru extra r.--kkiq v.m
Northwestern famllv Kl.OMl.'r,
t:illia f , l.lllt, l.llil rill'l 11 nu Mill-... n.vi(-iar
'eiinsvlvanla and Western extra tl.owi) 0.W
'ennsylvanla and Western family ll.OOfftliOO
ennsvlvanla and Western funcv U.midiill.oo
llvn ll.Htr ll.7.VtLlt!)ll
Wiikat Pennsylvania reil.l hus $'.U0itf 32..V)
Cullfornia " ' SitW
' wlilto " f.1.1.rSS3.'J0
iivr-i'ennHyivnnia rye, a mis s-i.iui-bgi.i!
ullN Yellow, " Sl.OISiSUKi
While. " Sl.a)iSl.l!l
O its V hus -jefa'eN)
iiuvi'iiusi-.iess i-orjE, tf uui ?i.iu
Mess Peer, " fUSi
Dressed llnss, ? lb 8J$eMllc
Smoked Hums " , l"k-(I.rlc
Hhoulders n lb lactam to
Skkds I'loverseed "r" hus 8s.(xiih..0
l-'laiseed " 81.0lm-l.ir,
la Ino.v No. 1 Keotch SIU)
i imoiurseeu n nus u
. 1 Aluerleau Sll.oo
Cattli: Ileef Cattle V lb lVoMllie
I'ows, ia head 8 10c.
Huki:i- 11 lb i;er,7e
IIoos "t 100 lbs .S.OOa.iD.io
I.. n.illTOX-On tho 10lh Inst., at tho house
or tno bride'8 Miner, by ine liev. Thomas 11.
uuuen, Mr. Ai.t'itnii Ai.r. to miss katk, tiatigit
ter of Caleb Ilnrtou, of UlooiusburK.
VAI.TRIl-nrilICKi:it-Cn tho Dili Instant, bv
liev. i. .-11. .-uorris, .Mr. iianiki. w. ivai.ti.ii 10
.mss 111.1, ii:muii'Ki:ic, noinoi uaiawissa.
llF.XXr.TT I.A ll-7'O.V On Iho Hill Inst.. In
HiiKliesvlllc.l'a., by tho Uov. II. W. lluek. .Mr.
AUHAHAM 1 1 EN N KTT, or (Ireenwood, Columbia
county, to Miss Klmika Lawton, of tho sumo
irAFi:i:-iIICHAr.Ir-Gn the nth Inst.. In Ilea
ver township, by . I". lirelsbacli. J. 1,. Mr.
Ukiaii M'Akkk to Miss l'lnrcni: MicitAi:!., of
Mltlllu, Columbia county.
iW.'.VTil 77.SV-Atthe residence of Mr. M'An
nil. in lierwicK. on tne int nisi., by uov. i.eo
J. llrenslnijcr, Mr. William Hkniiy to Miss
katk ukss, all or Columbia county.
PRYORrAIXTER-On tho lltll Inst
.. bv Itev
1.. I'oleman. Hector 01 1st. Blanc's I mi
J. K. PitYoii to Mlssisun I. l'AiNri:ii, nil of
MOOItJ In Oreenwooil,onthel.jlhinst., Kauai!
i;. Moourj, aged 11 years and tl months.
LKMMOXiflt Greenwood township, Ki.la I.km
3ions, aged u mouiiis ana tl nays.
WIHTAU'M 11ALSAM OP WILD CIIKnilV,-
This remedy lias long been cherished bytlioconi
munlty for Its remurkahlo clllcacy in relieving,
licallni; nnd curing tho most obstinate, painful
and long-steiidlni! cases of OjuiIh, QiliU, lnfluen
hi, Sixir Throut, llromhtiti, Wlioojiing (lough. Croup
Asthma, Injlamulion of the J.unus; wlillo even
Contumitilm Itself lias yielded to its muglc Inllu
enco when nil other means have failed. Its whole.
history proves that tho past has produced no rem
cdy of equal value, nsncuro for the numerous
and dangerous pulmonary nllcctlons which pre
vnll all over tho land.
Unsolicited Testimony. From Andrew lr-
clxer, ;., 0 J'aiijtcltl, .lie. "About eight years
oimu in., sun. iie.iry ,, jri-ner, now I'usiuiasier
at 1 airtleld, Somerset county. He., was uttackeil
wuu i-riiungol lilood,cougli, wenlinrssof I.unu's,
mid general debility, tu much so Hint our family
pllVslclan declared him to liaxo a ' -Seated Cm.
sumption." Ho was under medical treatment for
a liumner oi monl In, but received nobeuetll mini
It, At length, irom tho solicitation of himself
anu Diners, i was indues! lo purchase one botlli
Of Wl.SI'Alt'H IIAI.SAM 111-- Wil li I'lll'ltllV
which benellted htm so uiitcli I obtalueil another
1,111 in, which 111 11 suori 111110 lesiomi nun 10 til
Usual stato of health. I think I cnnsnfeU-roenm.
loend this lemedy to otliers In like condition, for
--, tiiiiiiw, mi oui jioiiN 11, ue inugreai i.uiiu
llc-uifsly for tho Timesl The ahoio statement
Kciiiicuicu, is my voiuniary onering to yon Ii
...wi uiir jiiiiMiiu, 111111 is ai your .iisiiosai.
i'renaied bvKi:TH l'OWl.i: a. HON. isTi..
moot bt., Ilostou, and for sale by Druggists gen
V"'"J ijot t,
Ilavlng bieu iiilUcted grievously for several
weeks with a severe abscess upon my side, i
used several rcnusllcs for Its eradication without
receiving any relict, until I applied your s.ilie,
wlik h eltected a speedy and permanent cure, I
-mass., i.l-t. j;hii iNil. ,ur. f.roce Jenr .S7r.'-
inereioro uei i.ippy to eertliy my coniuieneu 1
us uiiiu-N .ours wuu rcspeci.
I icrtify to tho truthniluesof tho uluivo slate-
em, 11. s. lIKAlllloil.s. M. I).
Hi:TIl W. l'OWl.i:. .VSON.lloston.I'roiirielors.
Hold by all drtuglsts, at 25 cents a box, lly mall
TO CONSUMITIVIX-Tlio advertiser, having
ut-eii ri-sioreu iu ui-aiiu 111 n lew wecics ny n very
slluplo remmly. nfler liavimr sullereil for several
years with a severe lung allecltoii, and that diead
iiist-iiso 1 iiiisiiiiiiiiio.i is anxious lomaiio Knoll
to bis fl'Uow.suUerers till, ineilln. nf erne.
To nil who ileslro It, ho will send 11 copy of Iho
prescription used (freo of charge), with tho dlrec
ilons for preparing nnd using tho same, which
mey win niiu 11 suiti; t-uitis roil consiimithin.
ASTHMA, IIUOM'HITI.S, UOUUIIS, COLIH, mill III
Throat ami I.ung All'eetlons. Tho only olilect 01
thoudvi-rttsi-r in seudiug tho Prescription is to
which conceives to bo invuluable, mid ho hopes
every sutlerer will try ids remedy, as it will cost
ttiem nothing, mid may provou blessing, fartles
neiieui 1110 uiuicteti. mid spread lutormatlon
wiMung 1110 iirescripiion, i hki., ny return iiiau,
win pieaso nuuress
ni:v. i:i)WAitn a. wii.son.
my3rii7-ly,1 Williamsburg, Kings on., Is'. V.
To Hotel nnd Saloon kerpers of lllooius
burg and Columbia County, I liuvo uppolntod
Mr. II. Htoliner agent for tlio saloof my nle, lxirle
brown stout, and lager beer, who will supply you
at the same price (and with tho sumo article), as
would furnish you from tho brewery. Knooivlug
that ho will bo punctual nnd iitteiitlre to nil who
may favor him with their tnulc, I solicit for him
your support. Very respectfully,
Btenm Brewery, Heading, l'n.
Oandidatos for Nomination,
Tho following ge Mteiuen linvo boon menlloned
for liomlnatloti to tlio several County Olllcci to
ho filled by election tlio present year, nnd their
liaiiied will lip presented for tho ronslilcrntUn of
tlio Democratic County Convention.
AXDltKW J. ADBKBTSON,
josiaii ir. ruiiaiAX,
JOHN II. IIETEEH,
.MII FLIN TOWNHI1I1'.
EBANKL1N I,. SIlUarAN,
CniTNTY TiiKAst'itni. Havliuf herved tho De
mocracy of Columbia county fiillhfully for n
number of yeais In the conuclty of editor and
lllllllslier Ot tho HKItWICK l.AZETTK, 1111(1 Ul-llCV-
nir. that lonn-eon tinned service Is entitled to eon
ilileratlon at tlio hands of tho iinrtv. I have been
Induced In allow my namelocolieforotho people
as a candidate for County Tukasuhkh. Hhould
I be uomlnateil and elected I promise to perform
thodutlesof tho olllco with lldellty and to tho
best of my nullity. J. is. isamii;iin.
lierwicK, jiinow, 1M11.
TVT O T I O K .
NOTITK IS IIEHEUV (1IVKN t tllO HtocltllOlil
er of the (Vnlrulln W'ntcr Conn inn v. that un
election will Iks held on Huturdny, tlio 27tli lny of
juiy, iu7, txi o eiocit i. m., hi inn rtenooi jinuso,
for the purpose of electing Ave Directors lor tho
eiiHUJug year, Uy order of the Honrd,
CVntrnlla, Juno 2$, JWJ7-5t.
A DMINISTK ATOIVS NO TIC E.
-iTV Instate ok John Htinich, m:ciCASKn. IaMoth
of adinlnlbtrtUlon to tho entnte of John Htlnur,
deeciiKCd, lutvo been w run ted hy tho lU'Ktstcr of
Columbia county, to John llrow, who reslden hi
Heott towtiHhlp, snld county. All perMoui having
eiiuins or iiciuiiikis nKntnsi ineesiuie oi ine tieee
dent me requeKted to mnko them known to thend
mlnfKtrator without delay, and nil persons In
debted ure reiuested to make pnyment,
JOHN aitOW, Adm'r.
TN THE ORPHANS' COUBT IN
X and for tho County of f'ohimbln: In tho mat
ter of the estatoof Pettr Evelalid. deceased. And
now to wit: May Olh, l'slT, tho Court nppolntKll
Jah U. Heeler, l.si).. auditor, to innkc distribution
of the balance hi the hands of l'eter Eveland and
John Kvelaud, ndmlnistrsitnrs. to and amongst
1110 neirs nun ickiii rejireseiuaiives. ny ineuouri,
l-'rolu thorecoril. Jf.ssi: Colkman. l?ierk.
Tho nuilllor ahovc named will attend to the
lut les or his appoint mcnt. nt hisoiiice. In II ooins-
burn, on Saturday, July 27th at 10 o'clock a. in,
1 11. JKl.J.l'.H, AUIIItor.
lilnomshuri', June 2S, IS0T.
g C. S II I V E ,
UAU1.1 i; I ,M A lv li 11,
ANU MANUFACTUIIKIt 1IY HTi:AM ftV
SASH, BLINDS, DOOHS,
S II U T T K It S, M O IT L 1) I .V (1 S,
WINDOW FBAMES, AC.
JIII10 2S, 1SC7.
p B I V A T E S A L E
UI' VAlUAItljt4 ilLAll J1AUJ.
Tite undf iKlL-'iiod would announce, to the nubile.
that he wishes to dispose at private Kalo of TWO
T I 311 15 E It Ij A N 1) ,
Kltuatoln Flithlimcreek township, Colunibia to..
hounded by iand or ueaicer ariienry, Josepli
Coli mnn, Hrttnuel Coleman and otherw, Tho tim
ber Is principally wlilto pine, yellow pine, rock
oak and chestnut. Two hundred acres arenearlv
level, nnd nil could bo eaKlly farmed. Ample
uniu given, uiu mJ'i M'runi v is nMitu.
1 "Oil KM 1. O.,
Juno 2S, iser, Colnmbia county. Pa.
JOCUST TWP. IJOUXTY FUXD.
Wk, tho uudci-hluued Auditors of liOcust town
Mdp, hereby eertliy that wo havo settled wttliJ,
J, Campbell, Collector of Hounty Tax for 1S0I.
Amount on Dtiplicato
liy cash palil 1. K. llerbeln, Treasurer
llaliinco In hands of Collector tf7 i!7
Henry llelwlg, on Dupllcatofor IsCj. DIE. &Ali,Xl
Cn. hy exonerations 112 07
bv iiereentairo 01 41
1'ald V. K. llerbeln. Treasurer, 3,sr7 Sj
i vivr jv, iieiueiii, i rea-urvr oi uuiiuiy
!.'. i m
lly ca-ih ree'd of J.J.Campbell, Collector $8,133 23
lly cuhli of Win, Ooodmnn, ono of tho
committee for procuring volunteers 87 r0
Hy cash of Henry lZelwlK, collector 3,211 1$
en, got i8
i-eier iv, iiithchi, eiaims an allowance
for tho followim navmentH made;
Tuld toXutlnnnl Bank of Itloomsbum, 210,169 32
" AUert llerbeln a veteran Holnlcr. 300 cu
" interest on sundry bonds, Kil 5'.
" for dtninns. dunlieateH and money
on broken banks, 31 09
rerrentneo M 01
l'ald Henry Helwld 12 09
" Atidltors for three dayn, uo
" v llUulnbomforirociulimolunteers 17 42
" Commltlee J 00
" itooert i uiaric ror collecting mouey
from Henry lUlwlg, 10 V,
Ilalanee In hands of Treasurer s:tyH ;ci
Juno 21, ISO. Auditors,
TASTKAY HKIFEU.-Cami: to Tin
Ji premueti or the hitbherlber hi Itloom town
s tup, n iiuiKDij; llKirKll, alout threo yearH
old, formerly owned by l'redurlck Fiedler. Tho
owner is rrqueRieuioprove property, pay eharKes
uuu uinu in r uwu.v, uuier imumih win oeuisnuset
of as the law directs. MOHHS COl-TMAN.
llloimsbur, Jium if, lsC7-:jt.
A JWIIXISTItATIlIX XOTICK.
-f V KSTATK UY I. M'. IIAI'S. lil'i!1!!.
itterMnrnillnlnlKtrallun M-ltlitlie willHlinexeil
iiiinee'.iainni i. , iiniiM, late ur cenirali.-i Itor
iiuuli, t'oluniljlii cminty.uecciihefl, luivu been (jrim
leil lit tlie. ltee.lHter nf hiilil eiimile fn Mure A
Ilium. All iierMins ImiliiK clalnn or tlciminils
nKaln,t the i-htute of the ileeeilent are reiinehteil
tninnkotlieni known to M, M, L' Voile, lq., at
.vMiiiiiii,, i n., aiiuriieyinrinei'KlHlu; anuall per-
iiiuvuiiii nit-1 etiiii'Mi'u in nuiKe iiyiiieni,
MAltV A. 1IAUH, AilllllliUtrutrlx
June II, U(i7, etim tfatumento tmnejo,
jyJ 13 no II AN 1)1 BE.
notict: is iii:iii:iiy givi:n
To my frlennn ana tlin imhllo generally, Unit till
are constantly on Imml and for tale
AT llAUTO.N'H OLD HT4NI),
JAMIM IC. KYKll.
arAIM, Kolo Auent for Ki.i.is' l'lioni'iiATii en
tity.. Ijirge lot ronntiintlyuu hand, ULi'67.
LU KINDS OF JON lMUNTIXn
neatlv executed nt Tit ('ni i'uiiuu uti.n,..
pUHNlTUBE ! EUBN1TUBEI i
ni:w i-uitNiTom: WAiti:nooMH,
WltOl.KSALK AX1I HV.TAII.,
HOO.MS OVKIt MILI.EIl'H HTOIlIt,
Wiikiii'. tuny bo found tlio finest assortment of
V U B N I T U B E
ever offered to the jwoplo of tills section, consist,
1'AHI.OIt, KITCIir.N AND IIMD-UOOM I'UH
NITOltK, or nil kinds, slr.es, styles, description nnd prices,
CIIAIBS OP ALIi STYLUS,
Kitchen, Dining, l'nrlor ami Hitting Itoom chairs,
llrcakfust Tables, Dining Tables, Kitchen Tallies,
I.lhrnry nnd Centre Tables,
SIDE B O A II I) S .
Chestnut, Walnut, and Chestnut-walnut Trim
med, Ktagcres n largo assortment on hand,
well maito and nicely finished.
Hall Stands, Hnttreesnndnrnclicls, every vari
ety mid finish.
SPUING B E 1) S .
The best ever offered to the public.
And In Tact every thing to bo found in a City
Wnro Itoom can be had in our rooms, and nt tho
very lowest prices. I havo established tlio
ltllADY I'AV AND ONII l'ltlCU HYHTOI,
Anil wnrnint oiir goods ns represented.
j. 11. iiati:h.
Illoomshurg, Mny 31, lsC7.
1BEAT BEDUCTION IN PIUOES
AT IMITIIIl UST'S HTOUK,
IK LIGHT HTlir.KT,
SPUING AND SU5IJIEU GOODS.
TIIIl snbscrlber has Just received and has on
hand nt Ills old stand In Light Street, a larne and
ASSOBTMENT OP MEUCIIANDISE
purchased at the lowest llBiire, and which ho Is
determined to sell on as modenita terms asean
be procured elsewhere lit Light Htrcct,
FOli CA.1U Oil COVXTliV rllODUCH.
Ills stock consists of
LADIES' DBESS GOODS,
choicest styles nnd latest fashions,
BEADY MADE CLOTIIINa,
Cottonniles, Kentucky Jeans.
&C AC, 40.
QiieonswAro, Ceilnrwnre, Hardware, Medicines,
Drugs, Oils, Taints, lc
BOOTS & SHOES, HATS & CAPS.
In short everything usually kept in a country
store. Tlio patronage of his old friends and the
public generally, is respectfully solicited.
The highest market prico paid for country pro
duce. PKTKIt KNT.
Light Street, Mny !t, 1SCT.
Q.BEAT nEDUCTION IN PBICivS
ai ii. iv. RiiUiV r niuiiri,
IN () HANfl K V I U Is Vy PAM
SPUING AND SUMMER GOODS,
Tho RuhHcrlhcrhasJust received andhxsonhand
at Ills stote In OranRevllle, n larne nnd select
ASSOKTMENT OF MERCHANDISE
purchased at tlio lowest figure, nnd which hla
determined to Fell on oh moderate terms as can
bo procured elsewhere In OraiiKevllle,
I'Olt CA8H Oil COUNTIIY I'ltODUCH.
ills stock consists of
L AD1ES' DRESS GOODS,
CHOICEST BTVI.UH AN1 LATItST FASUIONH,
Cidlcoei, MusHiih, Olnglmms, Flannels, Hosiery,
READY MADK CLOTHING,
Hat 1 net i. CnsstincrH,
Cottonnden, Kentucky Jenns,
AC, AC, AC.
Queensware, Cedarware, Hardware, Medicines,
I) HUGS, OILS, l'AISlH, AC,
ROOTS it SHOES, HATS & CAPS.
In short overytblnx usually kept In a country
store, Tho patronage, of his old friends nnd tho
public Kenerally, Ij respectfully solicited.
Tlt highest market prico jiald for country pro
duce. D, K. 8I.OA.V.
orunsevine, .May at, isir7.
E M O V A L O V
C. 0. M Alt U'S
N E W STOlt E
j'o Niiivr.'N ni.ovK,
ON T1IK COUSini OK MAIlKET AMI! IKON HTIIKKTS.
Tlio unilcrslgnitl hn Ing recelveil from the city
a full ami complete Mipjily of
BPKING AND HUMMEIt
DllY GOODS AND GBOCKMES,
TIN-WABE AND HAIID-WAIIK,
CIlDAlt A.VD WIU.OW-WAUK,
coKi'i:cTioNi:nv, g lass-wark,
A T S A Ar D 8 II O Ii S,
KIAIUIt, HALT, KISII, ANU MI'AT,
nil of which I propoo Hclllnicat a vcr' low figure
for cash or produce,
if Call ami wee.
April 1-2, 1SU7. C, C. MAItlt.
FIRST PREMIUM V v.
' or m HllT.r Ull IfA
VII IVIIDID TO
W BARRETT'S HAIR RESTORATIVE w
y Dthe N. II. etiUt AcdeoltanJ 8odatr.it U
Vegetable Hair Restorative
lltitorci QrT ll&lrto Hi natnml color. Pr
. nxrti to thm niul orewiie MUoo. .rdl
IFa tti liftidrull Mid Humor i. lrTtnU
moui Lh srowtb ot tti Hull. LliURH tnt
lilr Itillog out. If m Suptrtor Dratiiaf. ,
I CODI4IIII DO iDjunuuB ia-rvuiriiM
moa ia uvt nioii popunrinu txu
x.ui, wrn, noiut aa Mx r
J. R. BARRETT & CO., Propriit.ri,
MAnnir.8Tr.ii, n, n.
VKolilby U N, MOVUH, llloomiiburtf, l'n.
nnil RriiBgUtH Kenerally, npr5'C7-tftn
Q O N V E C T I O N IC II Y
FBUIT, NUTS, AC,
JACOIIV A WIDMVKlt,
Wlioliwalo una Uotnil Dealer" In
1'I.ai.v a Kit FA.xcr co.Fi:cTio.ynnr,
AUtl Dl'AI.HI'-H IN
KOIIEK1N FBUITS AND NUTS.
Kzclmngo lllock, llloouikLurir, l'u.
OKANCIUS, LI1MON8, ItAISINH, TltUUNH,
B O C IC C A N D Y ,
HhUlll.nvl 11ASINH, I.AVI'.ll KAH1!., CU1IKANTK,
CITltON, KIUH, HOLM, AC,
B HEAD AND CAKES,
of all klmln,
FltKI). IS. WIlJ.MVLlt.
lllooimbiirir, April S, lbU7,