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THE COLUMBIAN, BLOOMSBUllG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
KIUDAV MOIlNlXdi.DKC. 13, tJ.
TIIK COLUMIltAN hat the L.rgrit
Circulation In Calumliln una .djoliilng
tnutltt of muy .aprr inlill.heit litre, ami
l alia it ninth larger .heel than any of
H.cotemf ararle. Anil U therefore the be it
medtnm for ailrertl.lng In thi. lertlon of
THE END OP TIIE IMPEACH
Ah wu nrctllctctl. tho Impeachment
humbug received lis quietus, In the
llousoof lloprcscntnllves on InstSattir
ilay. Tho Kiullcul malingers tried himl
to find an opportunity to mnko speech
ea eljlier to justify thcmselvw, or to full
down as easily m poslblu, but this the
majority would not allow, hut com
pelled n direct vote, nnil on tho question
whether President Johnson should be
Impeached or not, tho question stood
Yeas 57 i Nays 108 : or nearly two to
0110 against it, thusllually and forever
icmovlngthis question rrom our poll'
The public will rojolco at tills event
not only beeauso It Is In Itself a vlnUl
cation of our Chief Magistrate from tho
foul charges which liavo been preferred
against him a vindication too by po
litical opponents upon testimony civ
tlroly one sided, but beeauso It will
sootho the disturbed elements, allay the
fears of another civil war, and removo
a dangerous topic from public discus
True, It shows a criminal Intent on
tho part of Iladlcal leaders to depose
tho President because of a mere differ
enco of opinion ; but tho thunder tones
of popular opinion as uttered at tho
late elections, sliovroil them that the
pcoplo wero far from endorsing their cx
cecs, and compelled them to back
down on this question.
Mcrcur, our lnls-reprcsentntlvo from
this district, was ono of the "67" who
voted for impeachment. Of course ho
otild not (Ifoort his master, Thad. Stc
vena, even nit hough tho latter has lost
tho powers of both body and mind
With such men as Uutler and Stevens
nnd t.ognn, let him remain. It Is said
he at ono tlmo held tho position of
President Judge. If so, wo pity the
man who was compelled to apply tit his
Court for justice. A man who can find
the President guilty of "High crimes
nnd misdemeanors" on such lllnisy tes
timony ns was produced by tho Com
iulttee,nnd tho mass of that from known
and convicted perjurers and scoundrels,
either lacks brains to discriminate, or
permits partisan feelings to dictate to
lih Judgment. Wo know him -to bo a
man of some ability, tlierefsrs igno
mnco will not excuso him. Ho Is mak
luga record which wo will take enro to
keep boforo tho peoplo of this district
Tub Cheat Pacific Railroad, now
being constructed from Omaha, Nebras
ka, to San Francisco, n distance of 18,10
miles, will be ready for through bu-4
ness in 1670.
Two companies aro at work, one of
them, the Union Pacific, lias tho eastern
portion, and has In running order about
."i5 miles, to the base of tho Ilocky
Mountains. Tho Central Pacific Rail
road Company of California, has tho
western part, with over 100 miles tln
Ished, to the Sierra Nevada Mountains,
About ono-thlrd of tho line, it will bo
observed, Is in running order. Tho
work was begun In 1SW. About forty
millions have already been expended,
nd tho most costly part of tho road Is
yet to bo made. Snow falls so deep on
the Nevada Mountains, that It Is neces
sary to cover tho track like n bridge, for
It is, in tho main, a Government
work, built undortho supervision of Its
officers, and mainly at Its expense.
Many readers and believers In null
cal papers, aro doubtless disgusted with
thoconductofJudgoChaso for not going
on with the trial of Mr. Davis, whom
they wero taught to regard as guilty of
treason, and all tho crimes imaginable.
Tho truth Is, Chaso dont want to try
1dm, for ho well knows that Mr. Davis
was not a firmer believer In. Stato rights,
than ho was, and that would bo very
apt to bo shown on tho trial.
Mr. Davis has boon dcmandlnga trial
all a long, nnd It is obvious enough that
It is not his fault that a trial Is not had.
It seems very strange, when we remem
ber tho past, that this should bo so, and
especially that General Leo should bo a
witness for tho Ooveriinient: Wo are
afraid omo of ourferoclous radicals will
burst with indignation.
It Is not a llttlo singular, that out of
tlio tevea Presidents elected by tho
Democratic party, none died In ofllco,
and all wore truo to tho party and Its
Tho opposition, under one nnmo or
nnothor, have elected flvo Presidents,
oftheso three died In office, Harrison,
Taylor and Lincoln, and what is re
markable, of tho four vlco Presidents,
three of them, Tyler, Fillmore, and
Johnson, when becoming President, in
tho main, abandoned tho party, refus
ing to carry out its principles.
Mr. Hjntok How.vs I iKi.i-Eit.tho au
thor of tho "Impendlncr Crisis at tho
South," a work found In tho hoiihos of
many or tlio radicals in this County ,and
which aided greatly in building up
anti-slavery and null-Southern senti
ment In tho North, though still claim.
Ingtoboa ltcnublicnn. has Issued nn
appeal to tho peoplo of tho North for
neip to rescue tlio whito population
of tlio South from thodcLTndationornn.
gro supremacy, which tho radicals aro
luborlngto lmpooon them. Ills eyes
Tin-; PiifjiiUKia' OoNanATui.ATi:
When tho result of tho voto becamo
known, all seemed to brcatuo freor.
thoughadoadly weight were removed off
mo uoay pontic; general rejoicing; nnd
lucuiocrs ot uongroh. are calling oi
tho President to offer their contrmttiln.
tloiis. Mr, Johnson behaves witli ex
ceeding good tasto and becoming dlgnl
ty under the circumstances,
"Tim uncommercial Traveler" U
wrlcs of sketches by Dlckons.whlchhad
and deserved great popularity. Tho
work is published by Hurd & Houghlon,
450 Hroorno Street, Now York, in their
regular musics or Diekcnn, In threo dif
ferent iityleii i Tiio bent and cheapest of
Which h tho 'rilolKi Iilitioa ' In ono
voluwo at $1,80 with lllutrotioiis, In
clear large, long primer typo; tho vtry
UiIutHo eavo tho oycu, und a moat Im
Wr. resume, and recapitulate some
what tho proceedings of the Criminal
Couit. In tho easo of tho Common
wealth v (leo. Lclb, tho Court pro
nounced tho tuiial sentence, to wit i $io
lying In expenses and maintenance, $10
to tlin Townshln of llcavcr, and SI per
week till tho child arrives at tho ago oi
Com. vs Amandus weioert uorso
stealing. Mr. 1 Velio and Mr. lUelcr,
Deft's counsel, moved to lia vo tlio caue
continued till next term ; cans shown
Com. vs Lawrenco Caoy Tho case
went ofT because tho prosecution failed
to prove tho filing of copies of net and
plot In Secretary's ofllco at Ilarrlsburg,
and In Quarter Sessions In Schuylkill
County. Prosecutor, John Anderson,
to pay the costs.
Com. vs Lawrence Casey ludlctmnut,
not repairing roads. Mr. Little moved
to quah tho Indictment because by tlio
law the Supervisor was tcqulrcd to let
tlio roads ton contractor forrepalrs Ac,
nnd having lo" tl10 indictment
should bo ngalnst tho contractor. In
dictment quashed, and John Anderson,
Proiccutor to pay costs.
Com. vs Clinton Dnwltt, James Dc
wltt nnd John Lazarus Indictment,
Forgery. Not n truo bill, nnd the
county to pay tho costs.
In tho matter of tho'Uorougli of Illooms
burg" the Report was set aside, because
tho Act of Assembly required tho des
cription in tho Petition to bo set outnt
length by words in courses and distan
ces. Wo understand tluoo propositions
on tho subject aro under discussion.
First, the old town plot. Second, tho
Horough as per tho late petition and
draft. Third, tho wholo township to
be erected Into a Borough.
Court adjourned Thursday afternoon.
Soveral Indictments Ho over for tho
February Sessions ; nnd it seems now
thatnweek may bo required at that
time for tho criminal business.
Monday Moii.vino, Doc. 9. Court
met. Present, Hon. Win. Klwell, Presi
dent, nnd Peter K. Hcrbino and Irani
Dorr, Esq"., ids associates. Jury called.
Alel Thomas, nbcnt. David Clark,
Geo. Furvcr, Watson Fiirman, Wm. 1!.
Woodin und Win. R. Demott.exifti-cd.
Tho balance of tho forenoon was taken
up by motions for Judgments.
ArninNooN. On motion of Mr.
Drockwuy, II. II. Grolz, liq contin
ued Commissioner to tnko testimony on
exceptions to the wldow'sappraisemcnt
In tho Estate of II. Hosier, lato of Hea
ver township deceased.
Philip Ort vs James Lake Appeal.
On motion of Mr. Clark, Atty.forplain
till". Rule on Deft, to show cauo by
tho first day of next term why the up
pen I f-hould not bo stricken off.
Kilns Krunis. fuse; y li::!c! Krsir.V,
Admr. Debt, on Note. Issue nnd rule
for trial. Jury called and sworn. Plea
non-n-sunipslt infra 6ex nunos. Pill",
non-suited. Clark for Pin"., Hnrly for
Ueubon Miller vs Isaac Yetter Deft.
Issuo and rulo for trial. Jury called
and sworn. Verdict forl'lff. for $110.21.
Jaclcson for Pltr. Freeze for Deft.
Tuesday MonNi.o. David Yeager
vs Clinton Dewltt Debton Note. Issue
and rulo for trial. Jury called and
sworn. Jury failed to agreo and was
discharged. Llttlo for Via., Clark for
Samuel Martz vs John W. Clark Re
plevin. Settled by parties. Judgt. for
eft, Jackson for PUT. Clark for Deft.
Simon A. Feldman vs Isaac Yetter
Debt, book nccount. Settled by parties.
Judgt. for riff. Clark for Plir. Freeze
Sylvester J. Faux vs Millard C.
Green Admr. Debt. Settled. Judgt.
for Plaintiff. Clark for Plir. Frcezo for
Jacob Evans vs Wlllard C. Green's
Admr. Debt. Settled. Judgt. for
Plaintiff. Clark for Plff. Frcezo for Deft
ArrEHNoo.v. David II. Fry vs Da
vid Sliuman Trespass, etc. Issuo nnd
rule for trial. Jury called and sworn.
Verdict $300 for Plir. IUilO granted samo
day to show causo why a new trial
should not bo granted. Clark for Plff.
Llttlo for Deft.
Thomas J. Vandorsllco vs Amos
Drescher Appeal. Freeze for Plff.
Rroekway for Deft. Judgment for Pill'.
Thursday Mounino. On motion of
Mr. Barkley, Mr. James was admitted
to prnctico in tho soveral Courts of this
County, tho examining connnltteo hav
ing reported In his favor.
Tnn Atlantic Almanac, edited by
Oliver Wendell Holmes and Donald G.
Mitchell. Messrs. Tlcknor and Fields
havojust published an Illu-trated Al
manac for ISG'3, upon a plan and In a
6tylo new In this country. It contains
sixty-four royal octavo, doublo column
pages, over fifty of which aro filled with
original matter. Tho literary character
of tho Almanac Is altogether mperlor to
that of any similar Almanac ever before
It contain? Four Full-pago Illustra
tions, in colors, of The Seasons, repro
duced rrom paintings by Mr. A. F. Bel
lows, tho well-known Inndscapo nrllst.
In addition to these, tho text Is pro
fustly Illustrate 1 by tho most skill
ful artists of tho country.
In tho general character of its litera
ture, the Atlantic Almanac may bo re
garded ns a ChrNtmas Number of tho
Atlantic Monthly, whllo it Is rendered
additionally attractlvo by tho number
and beauty of Its illustrations. A beau
tiful Colored Cover adds to tlio attract
lvencss of tho Almanac.
It Is sold at Fifty Cents by all book
sellers and newsdealers, or will bo sent
postpaid by tho Publishers Ticknor &.
Tin; Imitalivo faculty of tho African
Is i pronounced, that tho now eviden
ces or It which his rc&tii In politico nf
fords, ought not to surprise m. Already
ho cnu tar aud feather, as ho did In
Georgia; play tho demagogue llko
i.ow is i.inusay, tlio colored barber, and
wrangle over tlio spoils with tho most
practiced whlto pollclcians. In tlio
Virginia Convention ho mins to havo
uono ins slmro in quarreling all day
over tho printing Job; and In tho
Loulsluna Convention, which voted that
tho wogcsof tho members should run
from tho tlmo of tho election, not from
that or nfcsembllng.ho certainty "bettor
cd his. Instructions." A colored man
supported tliLi movo on tho ground that
uu ivanieu to -enjoy roiue or tlio luxur
ies or freedom, and all tlio money ho
could get." Obviously, In tlio procure
ment of ortlcial f.ay there is to bo "no
distinction on tho ground or color." Wo
hope at Itost that black leaders will not
bo os crccdy as HiowIiKc-a; j-, ijmr.
xxxn rnoriiD again hears
Tho Domocrata Still Voting in tho
Old Day Stato.
Til 12 HALT. KV.KVi ItOLLtNO OS.
Boston. Dec. P. Dr. N. 11. Shurtleff
was chosen Mnyoror this city to-dny,
receiving 8,31 voles.agalnst 7,775 votes
for Otis Norcrois, tho present Republi
Tho result for Alderman and Council
men cannot bo known without tho offi
cial count. Probably n portion of each
ticicct is elected.
Nr.witrnvrouT, Mass.. Dec. n. Na
thaniel Pierce, Democrat, was elected
Mayor to day.
CoNConi), N.1L, December 10. J. A.
Weston, Democrat, was to-day elected
Mavor of Manchester by a majority of
thrco hundred nnd two over Clark, the
present Republican Incumbent. Tho
Republican majority last year was live
hundred and forty-three.
VlYranvnu." Democratic Mayor JXee
ted by 21300 JIajorily Tremendous
Democratic (lain. The Democratic ball
continues to roll' Mr. Blnckmoro, the
Democratic candidate, Is elected Mayor
by twenty-llvo hundred majority. At
last election Williams received a majori
ty of 1,'iVJ n Democratic gain of !),7tVJ.
PiTTsuuno, Dkckmuku 10. In tho
municipal election hero to-day unusual
Interest was manifested. Tlio Demo
cratic candidates for Mayor, Treasurer,
Controller, and City Attorney, wero
elected by largo nv loritlcs, approxi
mating to 11,000, over tho Radical nom
inees. The result is unprecedented and
causes great excitement.
GEN, HANCOCK'S ORDER.
The following Is Gen. Ilnncock's or
der on taking command oriili district :
IImrqu.itTERs rirrn Miiitaiiy District, i
Nlw-Ouleis, l., Nov. i"J f
Splcial Ouduus No. 10, First In
accordance with General Orders No. 81,
Headquarters or tho Army, Adjutant
General's Ofllco Washington D. C, Aug.
27., 1SC7, Major-Gen. W. S. Hancock
liereby assumes command of tho Fifth
Military District, nnd of tho Depart
ment eoinpo-o.1 of theSlntesof Louisiana
Second Tho General Commanding is
gratified to learn that peace aud quiet
reign In this department. It will bo
his purpose lo preserve this condition
or tilings. As a means to this great
end he regards the maintenance of the
civil authorities In tho faithful execu
tion of tlio law, as the most clllcient un
der existing circumstances. In war it
is indlspcnsablo to repel force by force,
anil overthrow nnd destroy opposition
to lawful authority; but when Insur
rectionary force has been overthrown
and pence established, aud tho civil au
thorities nro ready and willing to per
form their duties, the military power
should ceaso to lead and tho civil ad
ministration resume its natural and
rightful dominion. Solemnly Impress
ed with theso views, tho General an
nounces that tho great principles of
viiierieuii uucriy sun nro mo lawiui in
heritance of this people, and ever should
be. The right of tria by Jury, tho liu
bi'HZ "CTjm.'u, the iiueTiV olii'ie Iress. tho
fiecdoni.of speeeh,aud thenatmal rights
or persons and tho rights of property
must bo preserved. Free institutions
while they nro essential to the prosperi
ty and happiness of tho people, always
furnished tho strongest Inducements to
peaco and order. Crimes nnd offences
committed in tho di-trict must bo re
ferred to tho consideration nnd judg
ment of tho regulnr civil authorities,
nnd those trlbunnls will be supported
in tholr lawful Jurisdiction. Should
there bo violations of existing laws
which aro not Inquired Into by tho civil
magistrates, or hhould failures in tho
administration of justico by tlio Courts
bo complained of, tho cases will bo re
ported to theso headquarters, when such
orders will bo made as may bo deemed
nocessary. Whllo thoGeneral thus in
dicated his purposo to respect tho liber
ties of tlio iKioplo, ho wishes nil to un
derstand that armed Insurrections or
forclblo rcslstanco to tho law will bo in
stantly suppressed by arms.
By command or
MnJor-Ocn. W. S. HANCOCK.
W. G. Mitciikll,
Ald-de-Cnmp, A. A. A. G.
Aiivkktlsino Salls or Phopkuty.
Tho Lancaster Intelligencer, in speak
ing or tho importance nnd great advan
tage or advertising sales or property in
tho newspapers, in addition to having
handbills printed, very truthfully says:
"A newspaper Is read by hundreds who
never seo tlio attractlvo bills which aro
pasted In tho taverns aud in tho store
rooms. Every subscriber to a county
paper reads all buch advertisements
carefully. Ho knows who aro sellflig
out and exactly what is offered for Kile.
Tho advertisements nro u topic of con
versation when friends meet, and ar
rangements aro mado for attending
tales. Tho result is u largo crowd,
spirited bidding, and n realization of
ten, twenty or fifty times of what It
costs to ndvertise. No money is ro sure
to return a largo prollt as that spent on
printer's ink. A single additional bid
der on a single article will pay nil it
co-is to advertise a sale of personal
property In n newspaper. Is It not
strange, then, that any ono should fall
toadvertlio'.' Let our friend, think of
Godijy roit .lANi'.vitY. The best
number ortho best Lady's Magazine wo
havo ever seen. It Is leally a gem. A
piccoof block painting Is produced In
t ils number, especially for tho ladles,
tliat Is a novelty In this country. It Is
thp figure or a stag printed In eight
colors, mid is exceedingly beautiful,
and wu presume could not hopurchiiFcd
In tho stores fur doublo tho ptleoof tlio
Book. Tho two steel plates nro very
line, ono or them contains threo distinct
pictures. Tho tinted cut a specialty
"'f'Odev's is sweetly pretty; mid tho
inimitable Anhlon-platu Is beyond all
pral-o. But tho great feature or this
number is Godey's extension pinto or
tho latest fashions, two feet long, prin
ted on both sides, making four feet n
new thing. There is no magazlno that
can get up a fa-blon equal to Godoy.
Wo know that they nro true, for wo
know who it Is that gets them up. Tlio
reading matter Is decidedly good. Mar
lon norland's story will nrovoto bo her
hv'l.i'iiadelphhi North American.
Tin: oxqulslfo absurdity of "a rcsolu
" tion of thanks to God for tho success
"ortho Radical Republican majority"
In tho Stato or Louisiana, was "laid
over" In tho Loul.iaua Convention on
Saturday last. Why, Indeed, Mi.uUI
Radicals thank God at all? Havo not
Thaddeus Stevens and his men bias
plicmously declared a dozen times that
"neither hen ven nor hell" laid power
to prevent tho onward march or Radl
eallsm In tho United Stntes? Tho now
ers ortho latter rcirlon. who havo never
attempted to hinder, but have, on tho
contrary, neipwi tno Radicals rrom tho
outset of tliclr career, ought purely to
rccoivo tneir urat acknowledgements.
Mu. ScmiNoic proposes thatn colored
man shall havo tho privilege or selling
nlo and beer In tho Capitol, Isn't this
drawing Improper and unconstitutional
distinctions by reason or raco nnd color?
Tho whitctiniv not allowed lo tell, but
only to buy nud dijnk, liquor tf any
kind In the Capitol,
Deo. fi. In tho Scnalo yesterday con
siderable debato was elicited by tho In
troduction by Mr. Drake of n Joint reso
lution declaring that tho President lind,
in hU Message, transcended hU Con
stitutional prerogatives by declaring
that tho Reconstruction Ads pnicd by
Congress wero unconstitutional; that
tho uso orsuch lnnguago by him was
calculated to IncltorcslstancetotliolnwHj
that tho olllclal denunciation by tho
Presldcnt,or tho laws passed by Congress
In tho nbscnro or a Judicial decision to
sustain his position, Is it departure rrom
olllclal propriety nnd n breach or olllclal
obllngtiou culling Tor tho dlitlnct repro
hi'iiMnn or both Houses or Contrress.
After debate, participated In by Messrs
Sumner and Anthony In favor of It, nnd
Bucknlow and Dixon opposed, tho reso
lution was laid, on tho table nnd ordered
printed. Mr. lMmund's bill pledging
payment of tho Government indebted
ness in coin was debated nt length, but
without coming to a vote.
In too House n resolution was offered
declaring that alt American citizens,
whether nntlvo or naturalized nro enti
tled to and shnll receive protection from
tho United States Government; nnd
that no claim mado by any foreign Gov
ernment ovor naturalized Ann r.c in citi
zens shall be recognized ns destroying
or weakening tho right of such citizens
to tho protection or tlio United States:
and that tho United Stntes Government
will nt nil hazards protect tho rights of
all citizens, whether nt homo or ubrond,
Tho bill abolishing tho Internnl revenue
tax on cotton grown after the year 1S07
wns, ufter a lengthy debate, agreed to.
Dl'.c. 0th In thoSenato yesterday a
resolution was adopted requiring tho
Secretary of War to furnish tho num
ber of colored and white voters lu tho
South who had registered their names,
tho number of tho-o who were incapaci
tated from voting, and tlio number of
those who failed to apply for registra
tion. Mr. Sumner's proposition to strike
out tlio clausii in tho resolution provid
ing lor tho printing of extra copies of
the President's Mesago, was lost by a
vote oft) to 30, nnd the Mcssago ordered
printed. Mr. Sumner then called up his
bill, passed at tho lato session, but not
signed by tho President, giving further
security to the black raco in the DNtrict
of Columbia, pasod finally by n voto of
iiO to S.
In tho House, Mr. Schenck from tho
Couiinltteo on Ways and Means, repor
ted a bill repealing tlio authority or the
Secretary ortho Treasury to make any
reduction in tlio currency by retiring or
cancelling United States note. Alter
tliu expiration or the morning hour, the
Speaker announced the buslne-s lu or
der to bo tho majority report of the
Judiciary Committee, recommending
that tlio President bo Impeached. He
also announced that If any demonstra
tions of upplntiso or dissent were mado
by spcclntors during tho debate, ho
should order tho galleries to bo cleared,
and that if members of tho Ilouseoffen
ded hu should present their names to
tho House that they might bo dealt
with for contempt of its rules. Mr.
Bothwell then addressed tho House in
favor of impeachment, having first ou
tlined psrmisslon tospeaktwohours,lu
stead of one. Ho then proceeded to
consider tho facts in tlio case, analyzed
tho charges against the President his
acts, his Cabinet advisors, his speeches
and messages, his interference to pre
vent tno nuopuoii ot t..e t,onetitutiuiiai
A l.t.-. ... iln nf nKnnrlAn.
ed land-', ami his removal o! Stanton,
Sheridan and Sickles ; and concluded by
declaring himself iu lavor of impeach
ment, ana caned lurmc judgment oi tno
House. Without having concluded his
remarks, Mr. Bontwell gave way to n
motion to adjourn, and thereupon the
Dr.c. 7th. Mr. Edmunds' blll.pledg-
lng the faith of tho United States to tho
payment ot tno public dent m coin, wns
taken tin. Mr Hendricks offered a sub
stitute providing for tho payment of tho
puuiic ctcut in lawiui currency, except
in cases where tlio law siieeiallv pro
vides for payment in coin. Tho wholo
question was referred to tho Connnltteo
Mr. Doutwcll resumed his speech in
favor of impeaching tho President. Mr.
Bontwell spoko for upward of an hour,
when ho wns Informed ihat the tlmo
granted him Iiact expired, no was, now-
Lttli .I.IIIVI. lll.U.IIV;. II. J..,, HUM VUIII.U-
uod Ills remarks. Mr. Wilson, or Iowa,
Chairman of tho Judiciary Committee,
wiio piepared tlio minority report, re
piled at length to Mr. Bontwell, In
concludini: Ids remarks Mr. Wilson
moved that tho subject bo laid upon tlio
tauie. i ins caused consitierauio exciie
incut nmoug tho members, and, as the
motion was not debatable, tho friends
oi linpvaeiiment commenced "liiiitniS'
terlng," In order to gain time. A mo
tion to ndlourn was lost by Yeas 51.
nays 107; this votoshowing tho relative
strength of tho friends or Impeachment
and their opponents. Tho yeasand nays
wero then called on all sorts of dilatory
motions, nnd much tlmo consumed. At
leugiu n minion toaiijourn until to-uay
prevailed by a voto ot yeas 80, nays 77.
Di;c. Oth. Tho Senate was not In
scssson. In tlio llouso resolution fortho
impeachment of tno President was tho
nrat uusincs.sinorucr,ino pending ques
tion being tlio motion tolnythusubject on
tho table. A number ofdllntory motions
lrom .nr. i.ogan lolioweu. air. l.ogan
men sum. it mo ciiairmau or tno Juui
clary CommIttc would withdraw his
motion lo lay on tlio tamo and allow
tlio voto to bo taken on tho Impeach
ment resolution, tho minority would
withdrawal! opposition. Mr. Wilson,
assenting to thN, withdrew his motion
to lay on tno tame, unit moved tno pre
vious question on tlio resolution or im
peaclimeut. Tho voto was then taken,
nnd resulted, yens 07. nays Ids. Pend-
lug tho vote, n number iff statements
wero made lu regard to tho opinions or
ausent inemuers. .nr. bcncucK, irom
tlio Committee or Ways und Means, re
ported back tho bill declaring that tho
nuinoruy oi tne (secretary oi uioTreas
ury to mnko tiny reduction in tho cur
rencv is suspended. After soniu dlseus.
sion, Mi-Sclienck moved tho previous
question on tho bill. It then passed
yeas 12JS, nays ill!. To u proposition to
rel'er n portion or tho message to tho
Connnltteo on Reconstruction, Mr. Ross
objected, as no such committee was In
existence, and moved to strikes out that
part of tho resolution, but his motion
Dl'.c. 10. Tho house, vestordav bv
n strict party voto, passed tho Senate
bill, striking out tlio word "whllo"
wherever It occurrs In tho charters or
Wasblnirton anil Georgetown, respect
Ively, and in tlio laws relating to tho
District or Columbia thus giving tho
neru oi couirnimnu negroes in tills com
munity tho privilege or holding ofllco,
serving as Jurors, mid entering tlio pub
lic schools. This is substantially tho
snmo mensuro that passed both houses
last spring, but failed lo becomo law on
account of tlio adjournment of Congress
beroro tho President could return It
with ids objections. There Is no doubt
now that ho will promptly veto It, but
tho two-thirds Radical majority In both
houses will ennblo them to repass it
over tho veto. It Is n noticeable fact
mat mo ltcpupllcau mem hers from
tho States which havo first repudiated
negro suffrngo, voted solidly to force tho
imamoiH mensuro on tlio unprotected
ami unrepresented peoplo or this DIS'
Pho only ninttor of Intproxt
in Congress yesterday wns tho revival
of Thad. Htovons' confiscation project,
ami nu agreement on tno part, oi i
Houso to adjourn from tho ioth Inst.
Tun Now Orleans Jlepidtltcan states
that JudgoDurrelioftlio U. H. Court
has ordered thojurlos to bo drawn ror
his Court, o bo composed or citizens
without distinction of color. Tho grand
and petit Juries woro discharged on tho
0th hint., und n now panel ordered to bo
tiruwn nccordlug to law. Judgo Dur
roll wns nppol nted by President Liu
"Putnam's Monthly," n new radi
cal Magazine, pays! In tho Slates or
Kansas, Minnesota, Ohio and Pennsyl
vania, tho pcoplo voted upon tho ques
tion of striking out tho word "whlto"
from tho stiflrago clauso In tho Statu
constitution." Tho Pennsylvania part
will bo news to our people. Putnam
had better try ngidn.
Ono Dcnslow, In Putnam's monthly,
speaks or Webster, Clay nnd Calhoun
ns men "of words, words, words ;" and
his article, "Thirteen years of tho Na
tion" Is very materially false In fact as
well ns lu logic.
The first number of thn resuscitated
monthly Is written by Brlggs, Curtis,
Butter, Elliott, Dovcre, Tuckcrmnn,
Duycklnck and others, it cornea nt SI.
n year, Is beautifully gotten up, has 1130
pages of reading matter to tho number,
and Is published by G. P. Putnam A
Sou. CGI Broadway New York.
'Putniims Monthly" barring Us poll-
tics Is very readable; but It bids high
ror radical favor, nnd Is trying to lead
tlio "Atlantic." For Instance, H says,
"More Important legislation has been
moulded, by a silent sneer from Tliaddcus
Stevens, than Webster's most brilliant
orations ever discussed." Tho Italics
nro ours. "Silent sneer" Is good ; nud If
tho "Silent sneer" can do f-o much, oh ,
yo radicals, what would bo tho effect, If
Tliaddcus should snort"
Whcnt per lnibhcl
, !2 V,
. 1 11
. 11 oi
, 2 OI
! lour per nnrrti
fori: ., ' '
, 1 (0
. 2 m
. 10 l)
HlileH nli.l MiouMerc ,
mm per pouml
liny per Ion ,
Iteinliid: Pimnls per thousand fct
I'i'iu " " " tono Inch) .....
.1011,1. Scant 1 mi. lMnnu. lllpmlopltl-
Hlilnlet,, No. I per thousand.. ,
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Titt-DHDAY, Dtlcmbor U 197.
Northwestern suporflnont 8T.00& !.)
Northwestern extra... ayit y.mi
Northwestern famllv lo.HOwjII.IH)
I'eunsyluiulaaiul Western Miperllno... T.-'iiVrf.s",
I'unnsj tvauta and Western extra Sifha 10.05
lV'unsylvnul.innd Western family 1 1. ( Weil 2.50
Pennsylvania and Western laney 1UNI!.M
ltyo Hour 7 ..Vkrfi'.oa
Wiikat Pennsylvania red, V Iiuj S2 47iliJ5
California " " J3.i.v
" Willi.. . . f?41 Ifl
IUc1'onnsvlvniilarve. wlius . !l.5ft.al fi-.
Coit.N Yellow, " S1.3ltt!1.4J
i iwiviaiufts .uess I orii, imi HSiJio
.uewsiieei, - Vil.V)
Preyed IIors.i Is fckeiaoe
.Smoked Hams 5c31Gc
" Hhouldcrsytb 13Uelic
Seeps Cloverseed V hus S7.U0(a S.IM
Tlmothyseed V lns - $J.C5
I'latseed ' S2.r.Vn.'iui
Catti.u llief Cnttto Is 8oSic
t'oV8, ,hcnd M SlOfasU,
HIIEKI 1 B tciv.Vj
nous iw its 5 0.50(2 :l'-,S.j
MAItlt At I.lsht Ktreet, Columbia county, on
Wednesday, the 4th Inst., or Consumption, Mr.
fliarlos Marr, In thulKth yenrolhlsutfe.
IMuvlllc papers pleaie eopy.
Would Inform tho citizens of HloomsburR nnd
fclulty that ho Js now prepared todoall klmlnof
platlutii silver or Rold. JJecJ3,i7.
111-: UOAIJ TO I'OttTUXK.
'JoWi Male nnd I'cmalo ascnts wanted to sell tho
most naleablo article of thuasf, A KenU can easily
elenr per day. Can bfilonunt home or travel
ing. TwoHamplesnndCIrculnrd kent freo for 10
cents post paid. Torfurther particulars aIilrei.
()i:0. KLTIIN A CO, l Ilroadway, N.Y.
N. 11. TJiis is no humbug or Olft Kutcrprlse.
TN TIIK MATTER OF THE METJI-
X OlUKT KIMHC'OPAh CltUUCII AT AKTON,
scorr TOWNsini'.coi.UMHiA county.
To am. Wjioii it May Conceiin:
Tnko notice, that Aaron ltoone, John Trembly,
J. It. Ius, i rt. rowler, 2. White, T, W. lilfinr
William Mllnes. c. A. Hoono, and Mnrtlu An
dh'ws, bln (itizes of tho Ktato or 1'euHsylvu
nlii, belns desirous of mxpilrUff au4 cnjoylns tho
Innnuniiiesnn't prlvllesffl of a UkIj corporate,
have exhibited ainl presented to tho Court or
Common Hea-s of Columbia County, nn instru
ment in writing, purporting to bo the propobtnl
charter of tho Jietkodlit Kpiscopal Church nt
Alton," township of beott. In tho County of Co
lumblu, specltyinB tho object", urtlclcN, condi
tion!, name, htylo or title., under which they have
itxsocliited und mean to usHoclato. And tho ha Id
Court haviiiR neruspil and exninlntvl tho .nld ln
htrument, nud ft mud tho objoctH and conditions
theieln net forth nud contained, to h lawful nnd
not Injurious to tho community, have dhrctcd
wild wiitlni; to bo Hied lu tho rWhonntary's of
llco of said County, nud notlco to Iks given accor
ding to law, that application has been mado to
Mid Court to grant mm Id charter, nnd that If no
hurilclent reason bo fdiown to the contrary, by
thellrst day of tho next term of hald Court,
to wit. on tho First Monday of February next
they will tlccrecand declaro the persons ho asso
ciated tobteomoanU bo a corporation or brnly
politln, ncccrdiUKto tho wild articles nnd eomli
tlon, nnd to have continuance, by the mime,
blyle and title, In hald lnstiuiocut mentioned.
lllooiubuitf, l)ee.lJ,'if7-at. J1SF. COLKMAN,
WINTKIt AnilANOnMIJNT, NOV, 23, 1S37.
(ireat Trunk Unn from the North nnd Norlh
West for l'hllatlelphla.New York, ttcmilng.l'ottK
villeraniaqun, Aithtand, JiCbnnon, AlUntown,
Katon, F.phrnla, i.itlz, Ijuienhler, Columbia, Ac.,
'linlus lcavo Iliurlsbur for Now York, u.s iol
Iowmj At3MLfl,rnniK,lO. m., nnd U,arnndV,Ki
p.m.,count'etiim with hlnillar tiulns nn the l't'iiu
nlani.illalliuiul,iindurrlvinj, at New York nt
.ri,lu, l',r nud 1 1 ,0 ii. in,, nn.l .,10 iuhI i',:W p.m.
hleeplnK earn nccomiwmyint; the ;(,(.U u.m. aud
y,'J- p.m. tniliiri without Iinnt:e.
i.eavo llaiiifcbuiKfor HendliiK, I'oltsWIlf, Tn
maiua, Mineisvlllf.AKhland, FinoOroxe, Allen
tn iv n and FUUndclphla nt H.1U a.m., nnd a,W and
l, hi p.m., htuppiox at lbanon and principal w ay
stHtioiiH; tho -Uup.m, making eonuectloas for
Fiillauel nhlarnd Columbia only. For Fotlsvlllo
hthuylliill ilnwn and AubuinvU .Vhuylkllt
nnilrLutiiuhnnna Itallroad, leave JlarrUbuiii nt
3,r p.m. Ketuuilntfi heae New York nt (,)
n.m. mid l'.'.(lHa.,aiuir,")nd (-.1) n.ni I'iilladel
iihUntit,15 n.m..und 3,at p.m. Way l'nw.enijer
Iraln Ituven I'hlladtlplilnnt 7,!J0n.m rctnrnlnK
lrom Krcndlm; ut U,:n p.m htooplnx nt ull stitlloii-i
l'litthslllent VI in, in., and 'i.Fjp.m., Ahhland ,00
u.m and litio newm, nnd ll.O'Jp.m.. lamofiua at
Ml u.m, and l.oound t,ij p, ni,
I-euvo FoitHviUu ln- Ilnulrburi:, IaKchuvlklll
und bfuti inn huuna lUIIroAd at 7,10 u.m, und 1100
Heading Accommodation Train leaves Ucntllnu
nt7,:iuu,iii., u turning from Fhthulelphl.i nt s,t
Fottxlown AcvommodatlonTrnln leavcuFoltH
town at (J,ra.m. rcluinlug, leaven Fhllndelphla
Columbia Hall road Tialnn lcae Heading nt
7,N)a.m,,mid iMi p.m. for Fphrata, I.ltU, Lancas
ter, Cidtinibla. Ae
On Mindayn, leave New York nt 8,bd p.m., Fhll
ndelphla k,(a1 n.m, nnd 3.15 p.m., tlieh.Oua.in. trnin
runnlmt o'tily to' HfU'llnu;' Fottivll'u ts,uo'u.m.;
llurrluburtx i.2o u.m. nnd 1.1'J and 0.82 u.m.. and
HcndtuiEitl 1U nnd 7,15 u.m. fur llarrisburn, nud
7,uo u m.. und 11,40 p.m. fur New York, nnd V-5 P.
lu. for Fhlladelphta.
Commutation, Mlie.is'O, Reason, fichooland Fx
curs Ion tickets to und Hum nil polutM, nt uduced
J iauirage. checlEed through ; l'JO pounds allowed Ui
cat u ixiiscugf r.
O. A, NICOUfl,
Headlus, Fa., Nov, -', Utf.
JOTICK IN IIANKHUI'TOY.
IhU U to che notlco i that on tboSiIdavofdle-
cf mber, A. P. IW, n warrant In llankrupter was
lMKuediiKaliiKt the ifttnto of J M ward (J. ilorne,
ui iiiHitur, ui ni'rwiri(,m uif couiliy oi uoimu
bla, nud Htnte of lVnnylaiila, who has been
adjudged lill.tukrupt on hU own petition! that
tho paymuitofauy diblH nnd delivery oi any
probity belonghiK to Much Hnnkrupt, to him,
ui-for hUiiHo. nnd the tntiififcr or miv uronertv
by him ntu lorhidden by law; that u meelluK of
im' ui euiii'it in mu Mini lutHurupi, io provo iiioir
deblH, nul lo eliomo ono or mom ihslnces of his
entate, will bo held at u Court oUlanKruptcv, to
be holdcu at Iho Kxchnime Hotel, lu MlooinMjuiir
Columblu county, I'diunylvanla, beloio Filwaul
0ettnn,Jr.. ltrgihler, on the lOlli day day of Jiui
unry, a. n.. IMI7, at U o'clock, a. in,
'IIIOMAH A. ItOWl.EY.U.H. Mantlml,
IKe, trtrr.ft, Ityl 11, cooLUAt'uii, Deputy.
OTICK IN UANKUUITOV.
Iliij Is to otve llOticoi tlint nn Ihn '!?M rlnr nf
iiavpinwr, a. i. iwjf, wariani in uanurupwy
wnliuued ayuiunt thneftluteof Montuoincry Cox,
of FlnoTowmihlp.ln the county of Columbia, aud
H talis of Fcnmtyhunta, whoha ben adjudged n
Hankrui'ton hU own tltloii; that the payment
of nny tlcbtuand delivery of any property bo-
and tho trausfer of any property W 1dm nro for
bidden by lnwj lhatu meetiuKorthe Ci editors of
uii'Ntm ituiiKrupi, io provo ineir tieuiH, ouu iu
choOMeouo or moiu nMHlgnrisiiof bin estate, will
bo held ut n Court of liaukruplcy, lo Imj holdcu nt
theOUleo of M, WlillmuyiT, ii.,lii itluoinRbtux,
(kjlumbln county, I'euuNylvnnlu, before Kdward
Overton, Jr., Hcultder, on Iho 9Ui any of January,
A, P., ItMjti at lu u wlovk.n. in.
TllOMAfl H. HOWM3Y,
IT. H. Marbtiul w Mewcuficr,
lly K H. Cooluavuh, lH'iuitr.
VKU Coatd Ctieui nt CitiiMUKitMNb'
T ITTKMAS LIVING AUK.
"TNnii nnd execution eomtnemlM liy Jnntloe I
Htory(Chftncollor KcnM'rejtttlrnt AilnmM HUto-
nnin rtjiHrKu, itcicou, imnrrou, mm uuuiui j
hpy ncnry itrrcnrr, nnu lnnny mucin.
ILIiim lifipn DiilttUhoil fnr morn thnu twenty
ycuia iin.t I now culnrRctl. It Is Hsiml
Klvlna fifty-two numborn nnd over Threo Tlious
mid tloublo octavo paaei of lending matter,
It 1.1 n xrnrlr ivMj-Oi fottniiinmla Itaitf til rverV
ono who hann tnto for the bout llternturo of the
.MtiKurinrn nud iinviewn. or wuo enren 10 Keep up
with the events of tho time.
11 contains tlielient;ilelew,CrltlcmBtHtorles
Toetry, Lttenry.Hrlrnlinr, lllunrfiphlcal, ItMor
trill, nnd Pol I Ileal lnys from tlio wholo hotly
or KnftlUh 1'erlodfcnl Mtcrntum maktnir four
volutnen n yenr, of liumedlnto Interest, nnd solid
KXTUACTW rilOJI 'OTICCH,
'mm thtilnla Vrolttfiit of Ihn ttnUnl Htnte.
John (injury Adnm. "Of nil tlio pertotllenlt de-
iuru ia nit inuirt' lino Ffiriuf, wimn uikiuuu hi
KuroDr ntul thi rounlrv. "Tho lilvinu Aue" hni
Appeuted to inn tho mont lapfnl."
I rom Hv. Henry Wnrd needier. Jlny Wr7.
"Were J, In view of nil the competitors now in
uu' iii'iu, io CHOORP. i Fiiomil iiimoHUivwiy fiuni"c
" I he Llvlmt Arp," There In not, In nny Ilhrnry I
know of, i much lnnlrurtlvo nnd entertaining
renillnR In iho nnmo number of volumea."
rrom thn Xru Yurie '1 horH. "'1 ho taste, hide
mnt, nnd wlo tnct dhplnycd In tho nclectlon of
RrucirKiiro nuovn nu prills, uccniife iiiry mwti
never been enimllol.'
l'nim tho rprh)K(leld (Mns) llepuldlcnn. "Wn
enn do those niaontt our renders who love nouml
ni.d puro llteinlure no tietter service thnu by
leferrlnj? them to this uterllnij; weekly, It I ik
cideiUytha bent mncnzlno of Its elnsn published
In the ('tilled Hint p.. ir nt In tli world."
I riitil tho UtiKlnii I'nvt. "Wo rlltlirp to UllV
that lu no other farm enn uwo. lt of flniltnr ehnr-ucti-r
found ot cfpinl merit, ornt ho moder
l'roin the Church tinlon, New York, Au. 10,
1S07. -"JtH editorial illHcriinhmt Ion Ihmu-Ii nn eer
tonlTbrd its leader nu enlertnlnliif lesume of
the beHt current lluroponu innm.zltn! liternturu,
und no complete nto imtlsfythem of their lmv
IiitC no neeil to resort to its original ourco. lu
tliNreKurdwotlecmitthobeHt Unto or Its kind
l'rom tlio New York Independent. "No ono
enn rend, from week to week, the rsoleetloni
bioiiKht before him In tho " I.ivliiK AKe," without
beeomliiK eonsclouof n quickening of his own
mculttew, nud nn enlnrpenientor hln mentul hor
izon. Few private libraries, of rounc, enn now
wcuro thebnek olumen, t-etNof which nro limit
ednud coRlly, Hut nubile libraries lu towns nnd
vlllnRc miKht, if possible, to ho furnNhed with
tneh n Iriftxiirv nf in if t A rt Bill tiff ! llllil ltlill vldlials
niav bcKlnas hubicrlbcrn fvr tho new tserles, nnd
UlUfl Kcejpacc 111 liliuru uu iiiu uii-- in mu n
'from tho Itlehmond Whlfi. .luno 1, 1SU7. "IT u
mnn were to rend Utlell'H mai-arlne reRulnrly
und read nothliiR eNo he would be w ell Intormed
on uli prominent mibjcctn In the Beiierul Held or
I m man knowledge," . , ,
l'rom tho Illinois Hiato Journal, Autf. ISOT. It
has moie real fcmld worth, moio uerul Inlorma
tlon, than any tslmllar pubiicntton wo know of.
1'ho ablest cksajH, tho mo"t entertuiuliiR stories,
tho iincst poetry of tho llnglish languase, nro
liere nathtied tuHcther,'' , . . ..
rrom tho New York Home Journal. June 1j.
15o7.'I,ltteirH LHliitf Aisc lonK ditiiiKUlslud
usn pioneer In the repnblliMtlon ir tliethoicest
rorelKn periodical lltemturo, Mill hold tho fore
most rank nmou woiknor Us class. Uu stnnd
nrdofMeKetlonslsnhlRhcno ; nnd its entile til
are not only of Interest at tho present moment,
but possesses nn cndurln nlue. , ltiepresentn
llon or the forelcn Held oi periodical literatuio Is
nmplo nnaeomprelu n'slve; nnd it combines (he
(asteful und ertnllte, tho romantic nnd practical,
the social nud ncholarly, tho grave nud ay, with
u nkill which Is nowhere suriased, ami which Is
iwlmlrably nuttisl to pleiuto tho cultivated render."
From tho Protestant Churchman. Juno 77, 1!f7,
'Ace and life nro aliko ItschnrneteriHlicji, U In
linked wllli our memory of the old llbrurj nt
home, nnd It seems to nrow ircuhcr and belter ns
It srmvso'.dcr lu yoirs. Out -Mntrodutei ito the
f.uiillv circle, It cannot weHl dl-peueii with;
nud the botuul olumenon the llbinry nheles
will Kiipply n eonstunt feast In yenu to come."
Krom u Clercyniaii In .Massachuvettn, of much
literary rclebrlt. "in tho Immallcu of my
mind nnd character, I owe ns much to "Iho
Living Aug" as to nil other metum of education
Published WKKKI.Y, nt $i n yenr, freo of post
ne. Au extra number sent gmtls to nny one
lifHtlnii una, club or hceu new Rubvcrlbcrs.
Aildicsi UTHlUi A GAY'
C) Iliomllelil Htrect, Hoston.
Dlt. WISTAK'H UALSAM OF WILl CHIIUUY
Where this nrtklo Is known It Is a word of sup
ererogation tohayotie word lnltsfmor, sowell
Is It established ns nn unfailing remedy lor
Coughs, Colds, llroncliltls, Croup, Whooping
Cougli, Astlmia, diseases of the throat, chest, nnd
lungH, nswell ns that moat dreaded of nil dUease,
Consumption, which high medical authority
has pronounced tobo an Incurable dUcae. Those
who havo vied thh remedy know Us valuo; thoso
who luve not have but to mnko a tingle trial to
bo sntlslled that this Utiiu ltEMhbY.
The He v. Jacob Scolder, well known nnd much
rebpected amona the Herman populallon of this
country, nm iunu .
Hakovkr, Fa., Feb. 18, IV.
Mcsbrs H. W. Fowlk & fros, lioston :
lit.- tit Kiim 1 luvltit r,inll.ed lo tnv fumllv 1 111
portaut bencllts from the uso of your valuable
prepaiation Wxstau'h Halham of Wu.n Ciii.n-
nv It niloids me pleumo to recommend it io me
iniiii. Kumntdcht venrs ueo ono of uivdauuh-
lers keeintd to bo Inn decline, nud llttlo hope lor
her recovery weie entertained. I then proem cd
n bottle of jour excellent lialMim, ami beloio
fUC Iinu UlliCU IJIB wiiimu 1 11 nieiu nto it luhi
lmproenient inner hcaiiu, i nae, in my imu
vlrlmtl IU-.K tll.lilll lll'Mliellt I1SC Of OUT Vlllllllblt
medicine, und haNeafwajH been benellted by It.
I wini l.l hfiwuvcr. f'liillini tlio iinblic nir.illiit lm
pusltioti, becnuse thcr Isa uood deal ot t.purlous
Wlstar'K iiaisamoi v ua merry uuoui uiutuKu
ml thnenuotrv. JAL'Oll hlX'IIbFH.
None Rt n ul no uhIcsh Hlgned "i. IJUTlh" on
l'repuied by HUTU W. I'OWLIl A SON. 18
l ICinoui BiriCl, HUMUll,lllnt iui mi to iij til uHinia
UuAt'K'H cizLKiiuvrKit haiau. I rom Mr. Jus.
Curlin.of Amesbury, Mass.
"1 was mulcted wltha heere felon on one of
my llnircm, and tiled many remedies without
reller. My frkmla Induced mo to appl our
Halve.In two days it extracted the lullammntlon
from my tinser bo uu to enable me lo rc6iui.o m
work, IeanuliuoHt wiy that tho Snln wolked
like magic, lor it elicited a curewithout leavlUK
a hear. runhehilatlnRly nionoume (Hate's mUv
nn excellent remedy and ilo not doubt it will bo
appreciated throui;hout tho land."
ONLY i CFNTH A 110X.
81:th W row Li: A. wN, Hostuu, Froprletois,
bold by apnthccnrlea nud grocers gcnetiilly.
JOTICK IX UAMCItUI,TCY.
This is to clvo notice! That on the Cist day of
Novembor, a. i. 1vJ7, a svnrrnntln I(ankrutey
was Issued nsalnst the cbtnte of I'eter rt. llniman.
of IlloomsburB. in tho lounty of Columbia, mid
hialeof I'ennsyhantn, svlmhoH btcn adjudscd a
lUnkrupt on his own petition ; thalthe pigment
ofany debttt nnd delivery of tiny property be-1
loin I hi; to huch l!nnkruii, to him, or for IiIh use, .
nnd tho transfer of nny property b him are for- ,
bidden bv law ; that n meetliu; of the Credltorsof
the bald lluukrupt, to provo their debts, and to,
ehooso ono or moro asMlmieoiiof his Chtate. will
bo held at a Court of llunkruptcy. lo be holden at 1
Iho i:.chauo Hotel lu Illooiiivburt,', Columbia
county, Feuusylnnln, before Fdwnid Overton, 1
Jr., Henlster, on theblh day or January, a. i.,
Isirt, at 2 o'clock1 p. m.
'1JIOMAH A. HOWLF.Y, 1. H, .Marnhal.
lly V.. H. t.'oomAruii, Deputy.
Dec, n'UT-lt, 1
jmTn-: fx THvatcVTcvT i
'ibis 1h Io (e notke ! that on thcSIst day of
NoMinber, a, n. 1m7, uwnrrant In llankriiite
was lMucd nualnst tho estate nf Joslah 11. Dmi
Mm, of tho Ilurounh of lb rwlek lu the county f
Columbia, nnd rttutn of Finubylvntiki, who has
been adjured a llankiupt on hlimsn ittitlou:
that the payment ofany deMs nml delivery )t
nny property l)elonIn to bitch lUnkrupt, to
him, or for his live, and thotrnmrarofnuy iil
erty by him are forbidden by law; that a uuel
lug of tho Ci editor of the wild lianlti upt,toprov
their ilelitH, nnd toilimtso one or more assignee
of his estate, will bo held nt n Court of llankiupt
cy.tobo holden nt tho Fxchnne Hotel, In Jllooms.
burs, Columbia, county, l'tiiusyhanla, befoie
IMuard OVfiton, Jr., Heubler, on tho HU day of
January, a. i. lsos at - o clotk p. in,
TIIO.MAH A. JtOWLKY.l'.H. Mnrshal.
Dec. o't7-tt. Jly F. H,CooLnL'(iltt Deputy.
TX TIIK 01UMIAX8' COtMIT OK
X'lHi: OOFNTY OF COI.F.MltlA. FstatP of
Joseph Faxlou, lato of t'atawlssa township, do
ceased, The uncle rtdened. Auditor nppuinteil by
the Orphauii' Court of Columbia County, to re
jroit distribution of the balance In the hands of
Oeorce HuheH, John Hiarplis und l.lud Put
ton. Administrators of Joseph F.ixtun, deceased,
wll I meet tlio jmrtleN Interested, lor tho puriiose,
of Ids nppolutment. at his otlicn, In llloouikhuif,',
In snld countv,, on 'I hursdny, the ttid day or Jau
uary, a. n.,lsis, at 111 o'clock a, u of that day.
All the parties Intel eated nro leijucsted to at
tend ou lhat tlay or be forever debarred from
comtnu lu for a pnrt or slmieof tnid luud.
C. II. HltOCKWAY, Auditor,
llloomsburiz, Dec. (J, lv7-U.
TX TIIK OIUMIAXS1 COUKT OK
JLtOT.UMIlIA COl'NTY. In tlio matter of the
Inn u Ml Ion aud valuation of tho real estate of
U oi ki Mcliwen, late of (Ircenwooil towuldp,
Columbia county, dee'd. And now to wlti D
cembcr Hh. Ivi7, on motion of W, (I, Hurley, the
Court grant n rulo on Daniel McF.vw u,U(ori:c Me
Fweu, Wllllnm I. McFwen, Henry I. McKwen,
Matilda Irvln late Matilda Lk-Fweu, Amanita
Haymau Into Amanda McFwen, children ami
belts of tlcorco McMvven, licecnaed to appear id
nu Orphans' Court to be held nt Utooiuhlntiir. lu
and foi said -ounty, on tho llrst Monday of 1 1 b
ruury, a, n, 1ms, nud accept or it fuse tho iald h-
,) late ut the valuation or show causo why
i u h. the same should not bo sold, Cert Ilk d
-' lrom tho records Decombor 4, lsC7.
J1HU LOI.FMAN, Clk.tl. C.
peci inner 0, 1307.
1 O N V i: C T IOSE It Y
Iho umtrrftlennl oull rofcl-cellully nmiouiico
to Iho imlilte lhat lie hujtoiicmil a
i'ii!.sr-ct..as co.Ni-r.cTioNi:uv mom.
In tlm bull, Unii laUly owuplcxt hy lloiiianl htoh
jut, who; ti ho U prepared lo luruUhnll Ulmlsur
I'l.AIN A l'ANOV CANIUIJ',
roitKION & IMIMIJiTIOfllUITH,
XVW, IIA WINH, A l! AC, Af.
UY WllOl. U8A1. 1J Oil IIKTAll..
In ehort, a full iwiiortnifnt ol all oood. In
liU lino of buMlncHfi, A ervat varlt'ty of
DOI.I.H, TOVB, Ac,
KuttnMofortho JlollUays, Particular atlcntlon
IIUUAI) AND UAKI1H,
of all Uludit, frch every day.
Oil HIHTSt AH DANIIIHH,
A call In tollclted, aud satbfacllou will lx
Nov. Si. IS07, KCKIIAUT JAOIim.
A LI j Uurnipnta iiiado lu Uialatttotuiid
larmt uiinroved .tyle at UuioiuiaiMM'a
JLiconslstlnK or New nnd Orlftlnnl tlrst-elnss
tirutnns, f-utlocUteri. etc., for nd Winced epenkcrn
In Kchools, i;xhlblhouroomsand pilvnte thenU
rlcnlB, J. very line written expressly forthls book
by ncorps of rrofeosionul TencherH nnd wrltern,
Acknowteilced to bethebeftt work ol the kind
ever puhlhihcd. Cloth, nearly JiM douedeelum
panes, price 81.75. tun I led free, AdtlreM 1. OAU
"M A CO., I'libllshcm, TWUieMnut HU, I'hlln.
a x t i: 1) i
TWO IlUNDItCI) l'AUMt:itSI
ToenpnReln a llctht nnd honoraMo huslnrss for
the Inter nionliis, lu tho vicinity where they
reside, tthlch will net them from f V9 lo 8150 lur
Tor nartleulnrs apply tn or address PAUMI;.
I.i;i: iUuh.,;xi Hansom Kl l'hllaclelhla l'n.
A f- v 7) si
XV. Threo nmixninenlly llluslrnlMl Medical
nooks, eontalnliiK Important riinolnglcal mror
mallon, for men and svomcn, ncnt free on receipt
'il cenlH, by mtdreHsliiK tlio Hecretary of Iho New
mlt Meitlcal tfnlverslty, No. :iu Clinton place,
.New Yorlt City.
QTAN1UW) .MlLMNO macuini:
O 1)1' IMri!t)Vi:il CONSTItt'tTlO.V, rjreat
power, lamo capaclly, unrivaled eouenlenco
in iiojiisioieiii, .iso, pipeviecs, wun and with
out extra Jau'.nnd vlei s ofalUlres.ror lieavvam
llshtwork, Hcnd lo tho IIN'ION VK'i: CD.Ml'A
si i of lloston. Mass., for IlhiKlratetl ellcular.
. "i piuu i) ui'iiici jii uaruware nnu macuuicry.
llltST MohTOAOK llONOS.
hT. 1,01'IS.t IKON MOrXTAI.Vli.UI.UOAl) CO.
SO., nil ,il ..nn Inlnrul i.kH.......l .....
Ihcsn ilondxcocra UoailofDl' liilles, ilnlsheii
from M. Ijfltllsto ritot Ktmli-ninl III llr. ..In,n..
dcr.ulid an ettenslon or about the same length
from I'l ot Knob to lletinntit. im.- int.lli. ..nn.
hirudins, for which tlio proceeds of thcke bonds
ale to Imi used, maklnu n tlirouch roulo Irom si.
louls to New Orleans by rail. 'Iho euinlnus of
Iho W miles are tmio.ooi) nyearjlho net prollts
nowarenutllclent lojiay tlio Inleiesl onllio en
tire amount of bonds, were tbev nil im.im.1
basis of hecurltv Is licllevnd tul'u. IM........ i.n. t
' ""n'l" v ".'.r.. .: -rp'yai ine (June
or the Company, No. tt Wall M., lu II. (f, MAIL
((t'ANll, Vice President, or to CI.A11K, DODtll;
V CO.,eorucrtif Wall nnd William nts., .V, V.city,
Bs-Wri havn not ills
f'onlhltiod. llnr ill u-n In,
tend to enilitn tmi'ltlni.
IS IIIH lilt M
IIA 1 1. Y.
I lp) liallv In iau'ri of
i emory j oijacco.ri'poru
in in.- i-uiiiiury uoiwill
TueMdny, Tivo Fifties.
itil Wo aro making
tho Century from tliu
rholrest leaf; II Is free
i (il KilaM, 1 Ivo Twen
ties. Thursday. Ten Tens.
l-'rldaVK. Th enty I 'ives.
ironi oroi'i.auil 14 In ev
ery imi.it, the Hint
1'lnO I 'ML 'I'liliflfrr. Iikiii.
" uf ictllreil. Hold by all
r. i. i.i'itll.i.AUli,
IU, ltA Jiclnuiilicrs M
J A 1) A iM ? O V H
H IT 1 I' o u ti; 11,
Combliu h In ono cm men tuner-
feet llttiUK Corset, nnd tho mot
ilcHlrable Mflit Supporter ever
ollered the pubil". 1 1 places the
vvelRht ol the fklrts upon the
hhouldeis liivleud of tlio hl)w;
It lmiTovos tho form without
ii-mi ineing; wives easennd clc
tru licet iNiionioved and rccoiu
mnmlixl In- ,.)t'ullitiU ol
Indlf fiincv u-imkIs ftoo ireuerallv. nud ntvibfile-
nalo by D. H. HAITNDi:ilS A Li).. W Hummer Ml.,
llostou, and 'JJ Walker Ht., New Y4irk. AIpo, by
HIINUYC. MOdlHMJJlMatket Htrcct, Thlla. and
hi i.i.i.via., Jii.Kii, in a K.K'., .'i jianovcr ri,
TrAXTKU AX AOKXT-
ii Hue elinnco In ench town, worthv the nt
tcutlou ufnn active biiHlness man. to take the
aKeiicy for tlin wile of iinm-d reefs uunuer mouui
HU' 111111 t'llllHT hirill". 11111)1111 111 111U Mlin. Hill'
torn, top and cent te or doors nml windows. 'Iho
n,ue is oeyoim aiiviiium e er uuereu ueniiu in uu
at;eui, ami irom siuioii imt imy can uu utmie
Send lor acents circular. '1 he ilrt who npplyho
cure n bargain. Terms for Moulding cnh. ,
.r. it. yuAD.sTin;i;r & co., iwon, iiass.
Ol TO $2r PKH DAY SUKK.
v L?7 Airents wanted everywhere, to well our
Patent Iivcrlavttng Whltw wire Cbdhes-llncH.
"Hvcry Uouw wlfoMmuld UReit." N. Y. Tribune.
"We have wen it u.cd and Ituiven witKfacllon."
N.Y. ChrKlinn Advocate. ,"Tlm Patent Wire
( lotheH-iinu is all It purports to he." i. iu
depend, nt. Address tno AMI'.ItlCAN Willi
CO., 1CJ ilroadway evv erlt.
IIUII t HU MIlllllftlKKI' '. 111 IJ1H1I 1H1 hi I
cut" cast iron or machine "stencil tools." Send
fur our New CatuloKueot Improved Stencil Die.
m varieueH nit in r-aeei, riiu'iuny iihimh-u mm
tempi red. S. M-HrKNlliatACO-.tlrattlcbuio, Vt
01 H A DAY MADK BY AXYOXH
O 1 VJ with my Tuteiit Stencil Todt. I prepay
hampies iree. licwiue ui luirinnern. My encir
lars will explain. Aildn tssi A. J. 1'ullam, Spring'
ueiu, v ci mom,
KVOI.UTIOX IX TivADIO!
I JidicM. you will be ndonlshcd nt tho vnlne ot nil
kinds of tmodttKcnt by tin- well known nnd just
ly ceMnatcd linn (J HA II AM A CO.,
roil ONI.Y ONl": DOU.Alt!
Such a Hlllt, Merino nnd Alpaeca Dies,
suawi"., naiinorais, imien ijou'M, i.inous'-e.i ia
tile Covci-h. WiiteheH. Jewelrv-Sllver Plated Waie
Sew tut; Mael dues ite. '1 Uls Is no hunibutr, but a
icnlity. Seinl your cIuIjm of ti n and upwauN, fur
theiksdc-crlbfux the (,oodS w Ith l"ii entH fur
each check, and the getter up ol the club will ie
celven vnluablo presuit, vorth fit m -1 lo g-XKi,
an oiillug to number of names neni,
Ak nlH wanted In every town. Clrculor- Kent
fue. AililrehM, (iltAIIAM A Ci.,tiUV(-; l idvral
UUCULAUS SKXT i'llKK! I
ContalnlUK I.btsof Dry and l aney floods,
sold. ONl: Dol.I.AU for each ni'tiele. limit In
duceiiunts to Au-L-litiS. Pi.rM.MIMt A MOl'J,-
TON, I i Marshall street, ltoston, Masti,
K Alti: COJllNO,
And will presi-ut to nnv jierNon (ending us a
club lu our (in at one DutlurSale.or Dry ami l-'nii-
cy liuuiH, ivc.u MiK uretss nuieiii. i'u LeoiMicci
Imr, Watch, Ae., fito of cost, CutnloKUo of jjuod
and hample, hent tonny nddiess nee.
Addict J. s. HAW1M A CO.,
00 Hanover Mitet, lioston. Mnvs,
hepG't!7-lm, 1 O. Ilux 61 ii.
it 1 run nr..sT ciianci: i;vi:u orn:ni;in
no or two day'n time will securen K"'d SewltiK
Machine. Watch, Silk Dieas, Itevolver, or borne
ouier ariicjo 01 cquui vaiue, 1 uv ui 1 u-i 1
AcriiU wonted everv whi ie. malo and femnl
UrtliebcHt pawnbioker'H Sale In tho country
fumi lor circular. r. 1;, inujii DUii . .,
31 Kxehaugo St., Huston, Mush,
riTHE ItlCIIKSTMAN IX TIIK
IixTUACTup a I.KTrrn 1 kom IIakon Solomon
l'AKlSMh Apiil.NU.li'i Hue Tauby, HI. Honoro
Will you bo kind nouch t havo lorwordeil to
me neie ui'iiouien tn your jiunau januiiem j 1
vim will M-inl nt ttiosfiinn t Itnollte acciatnt. 1 will
forward you tho amount through Mesirs.lLlmout
A Co., New Yorfr,
liaion Solomon uotlnsdiini navins recomixuu
tn iiitinv ufhU lileudi Alnfur I.ANI.'K 1,IM
MTNT, nud they belmj deslious to pioeuie It. he
KiiouM anviso mm loesiammu 11 ucpJi 111 i iuit.
THU INDIAN LINIMKNT,
As a relief, over ready : ns u killer of pain, tnlcin
Inw.udly, or outwatdly applied, hus no e(ual.
cur mi' iciiei uii'i cum ui i.iieuiuuue ituu i-unu-
Kle Allectloii', Sprains, ltiulen, ite., Il Is un
equalled. Ills ulsit most t llleaclous, taken in
wardly, in tho ruioot cholein, Crnmpsiuid l'nlns
In thn stomanh, Dlarihoea, Ityhenterv, Choteia
Moihuo, ChtiUni lufanluin, etc.. and Is without
exception tho most wondciful Panacea the world
allouU. No l-'uinlly should Im without It. livery
Travt Ur by laud tr sea should have u bottle. Mi
ner ami runnel h lesldliiK nt n dlMnme fiom
rhyAklans should keep It cousin 11 Uy on hand.
In case of Accident, and sudden attaclin of Stom
ach Complaints It value cannot bo emaled.
Inquire fur Mnjnr Jjiuo'h Indian I.lnlmeul, and
tnkuuoothcr. i'rhv, ,Vl cl. pcrluillle. Ior salu
nt wholemile and retail by Demas llaims etc. Co,,
21 l'nrk How. N. Y., (ialo ite, Uoldusori.lfMlOicen
wlch.st N, V.i 1'. ( WelUA Co., 1J I'ullon-st..
N. Y.; Chaw. N, Crittenih n.iW tilh Ave., 1. Y., nnd
by iiKpectablo DrutzgMri throughout Ihewotld,
Nouu enuluo unlesH signed by John 'I hot, Ijme,
and eounterhlimed by J. T.Ijuih a Co.,l'roniletori
ItH ilroadway, N, Y. J-Mcnd lor Circulars,
SOXKlMITIOX (.'AN liK CUItKU.
THHTItlMI ItKMHDV ATI.AST DISCOVKll
, I'IMIAM'M I'llKHH MKATCL'UIl.picnarLd
from Iho formula of 1'iof. TnaisKeau or rarls,
cuies Consumption, LuuR Diseases Ihoiichltls
Dyspepsia, Marasmus (icuciul Diblllty nnd all
morbid eoinllllons ot tho sst(in depimUut on
dellclency of vital force. Uls pleasant lo taste,
nndasiiiKto botllo will convince Iho mot skepll.
cul of Its virtue as the great healhiK reined v of the
ue, (1 a bottle, or six butllcH for JV Sent by Im
press. Sold by S. C. Hplmm. No. 21 south-sl.,
rhlhulclphia, nnd pilucipal DitigKist. Ciiculars
ilasjust recilvetl a Winter' ulock ol pure
DUUOS niKMU'AIiH, I'ATIINT MKDICINI?,
IMlnts, Oils, Colors, Varnishes, DjoStuftV,
WINDOW-ar.ASS, IVMI'H, chandhi.ikus,
AND I'ANCY AHTI0U,
which mo being okl at astonishingly low prices,
I'liAKTHH TAUIH AND HIIA'IUI HAND
hi quantities to suit purchasers,
1 1 1'.N D UKH 1 1 OTT'H JkVLHAM of HOllllHOlTNH
IIA III TO NIC,
Tor promoting tho grow th of ihollalr.
OAMlMIOIt I 013,
Tor CUupptxl llantbjaudHoro Ups.
WANTKls-llbck Hyr.for which a Bod price
nrlce will bo paid;
A nIv H U 1 T O Y.
'Jho undersigned practices IntUe U, H, Court
nud kIvom special attt-utluu tu the prnctico under
tho kite llunkruit net. Iiebtorssn king the ben
fill of (hlN humsnotuXot Coucrcss run u)ply per
souully or by letter for lufoimalion to
ISA AO X, OltlUt.AttoineyntlAW.
Nov. V, IWT.U Dsuvllla, l(a.
jOTICK IX DAXICUri'l'C'Y.
IhHIs IohIvo notlcol Hint on Iho 3d day of
Docemher, A, b. Ir.n warrant In Hankruptcy
vrns Issued nRnlnst tho estate of Hnmuel Heiiiorl,
orihoTwp., of ornmic, In tho county of Coluiu
bin, nud Htnto nf Fcnusylvanln, v ho Iim been
ndJudRcdu Itaukrupton bis own petition! that
lie pnj nieiu in nny iieuii Him utiirry uj nilV
noitertv beloiiulmi to such llnukrunt. to him. or
bir hi tine, nnd the trnnpfi r of nny property by
Hill lllf Itn nium-ii i-i im i nun i. nut-u ill my
'icdllomof tho raid ManKiunt. to nrova ihnir
dtibp, nnd to choovo ono or more nssluuees of hist
PSiaie, Will lie neni Hi i v ouri. in imuiirupicy, lo
to noiiieu mo i.-ii'iihhkp iiumi in iiiiwintouril
ln.. beforo Frflunrd Overton. Jr.. ltculster. on ihr.
10th day of Jiiuumt, a, n. IW, nt 10 o'clock, n, m.
TllOMAS A. lUlWI.FY, V. K Mnrn'-dl,
uy tt, ii. cooLnrmr, it'cpuly.
TX TIIK OltPlIANS' COURT OK
L COl.r.MlllA COUNTY, Flata of Wllllnm F.
Uobertu, Into of Jackson township, Culmnhlii
coumy. i im unuemiuin-ir, luiuitur nppoiiucil lv
tlm llrtilinim' I'tnirt of 1'ulutobiii enonli. fti t..til.
and mljust Iho rntcs ntul proportion of tho as.
r-ets of thn deceased, in the hands of Abiuhain
YontiftVuiminiMrnioroi vvuiiam uoocrtft. cie
cencd,tonndainoimthe eredltornln tho order
(tttnbllshM by law, will meet tho creditors ortho
dercdttit.nnil nil other persons Interested, nt the
illlce oi tno iiecorurr oi neeu, in iuooiunurK,
u nml for said cuunty, lor the purpose of his njr
lolutment on Haturday, tho 2.illulny of January,
t III t. mi if vtll.l iltlf. All t-irtla.!
Interested nre nmustcd to nttend on lhat day,
nnd press tlu Ir claims or befoiovcrdebariedfrom
com fn tc lu lor u pan or slmie of the fund.
llluomsburg, Dee. , lwi7. '
1 Hern testnmcntnry on the etstnie ofAbrnh mi
iVriTcn, lato ofOreenwood. Columbia county, I'.t,
Imve been a 1 null il bv Ihn HrL'UtiT ufAlil r-miot v
to Abraham llernen Itrowe, of MnunahawKin,
Ocean county, New .lerhcy. All pernons hav iim
ehi Iuih nunlnM tho estnlearo icoiufttcd to pic-cni
inein luuie i.xceuior iur neiueiiieiH, niiu iim.e
Unowlnu tlu mclvru Indebted to mnke navmeiit,
Aiiit.vu.v.u iir.i.iti.. iiiin 1,.
Nov.J,6T tiv. i:xecutor.
J7 O U S A Ij M
111 ue huiii ui orivnit' Niie, n iery ui'-nruuie
iniui iii-u 111 roniiu iiuhmuhii i k, v uiiiiiiimu v.tuui-
ty, Tn., the property consisting of
T W O T O W N Ii O T 8
fcllimte nnd fronting ThlidHtreet of the town of
lilouinsburn, whereon nro elected n lurgo two
V n A M 1: D V 1; Ii L I N O H O V H i:
with kitchen nttnehed, a larpo Stable nnd Car
rla'0 houe.Rood pl stye, coal house, etc., ncood
Well irinVir fnlliiH- Xfnlf-rnt flu lmrlf ilnor l,iu.
Hcsslon will be k! ven on tho llrst of Atrll, Imw. if
nut, nuiu ijviwccii tint aiio 1110 isi, 01 lieccmocr
next tho saiun will be exiiOHed lo oubllo nnl nn
wild lat nt 1 u'eloek . y,t l-'nr further partlcu-
mi f, 1 1 11 1 li if; in .mi uiu-i 1 , 1, j, fllV, ni 1 in- uiueo OI
It. I .Clark, Vjhi.. l;ioomsburg Cotuir.bin eo., Da.
OI VAMJAMiH UP.AL HSTATl!.
Will bo hold by iho undersiKUed, etecutor of
Iho last will nml tcMnmcnt ot .Iiuob I Held, dp
ceased, on riiinvY, DixnMtu uir7th, 1mJ7, at b 11
o'clock n, m., Ihefnllowinij described ical estate
to wit 1
A IX) r ol- OKOUND,
sltunto lu tho town r lHoornsburir, Columbia
county, 1i.;kuM lot fiontsnu rirst Mrect ofKiitd
town, and contains In inuit nlly-nlx toct, and In
depth two hundred niut lour teen feet and six in
Chen: nnd bounded us follows t I'IihI utrecton the
north, an alky un the houth, nu alley 011 the e.is,
and nu alley on the west, wliereini nrueiccttdu
Fit ami; Dwi:u-iNti norsi:,
wilh Kitchen attached. nWi n cellar Klt hen un
der the kitchen j n hinall stable, n InicuBtableand
enrrliiKo houso used a- a livery stable, n well of
Komi water at tho back door or tho livery stable,
u cistern nt the back door of the- cellar Kitchen,
wll bother outbuild I nui. The property Is Immp
dlately lu the lear of the Court llouulot, nd ti
avery denhable hlaiul for n livery stable IVh
bosHlon nl von on the Ut day of Apiil, ISf,s. Teuns
made know n ou day ol sale, when ntlcndaiicu
will bo kIv en by
DAVID I.OWIINHKUa, Kxeeutur
Itlooinsbura, Oct. is, 17.
jp V IS LI O HAL 1:
or VAiiUAiiiii: nn.vii cstati:
Will be excised to snlo by public vendue, on
thn premises n 'I hurmlny, December lUth, a.il,
1,7, ut 10 o'clock a. m., two certain lolsortropud
situate lu Die town of Itloouisbuig, Culiunhia
County, Pn on Main Htieet, near tho Puhllc
Si pi ate. On tlio one Is erected a
IiAIuh:htoni: dwi:i.mno IIOUSK,
nnd other out-buildings nnd upon the other, n
uoed frnmo stabh, the fiont of said last iin-ii-t
loncd ha beluga very ileslrabto touui for bull
tlln purposes. Also 011 1 he same day ono other
IIO ITH i: AND LOT Ol' OUOVND
situate ou Hock Street In tho said town of
Itloomshuru, lu tho county aforesaid, whcnim
1- elected n cood I'lame Dwelling Houe and
othi r out-bulldlm;s,
Abo. uu l-rldt'y, thoEDth day'of Deeenibei. 7
at in o clock n. m., will bo exposed to sale bv pule
llnvendduo tn the piemisenln Hemlock 'low n
shl nt tho tesldcucti of 'lhomas.1. Vamlerslic-,
nccrtaln.l.irm or tract of land containing
81 XT Y-KI V i: AC II US',
moie or less t" bo sold In two parctls of about
tldrty-foura n s each; tho public road loading
fiom I.lltlo rishlng Crtek Ilildgn to ituckhoru,
nnd luuulng thloah the said farm to bo the dl
v idlug line. '1 ho w holo tract being very rich and
excellent Milt for farming purposes, besides thcro
being upon the om- tract, ns divided by salt)
toad, huge nnd convenient hulldlntrs id eveiy
deHeripiloii, nboa largo and very valuable Mine
stone tiuai ly, open and In gool wotkiuf; urdi r
Upon the other tract ns divided aforesuid, theie
Innlhon verv valuable I.tmestono tuairy,one
gooil largo I.lnie HiuMe,
TWO (JOOD UMU KII.NH,
oueof which Is in full bhistat Iho present time
Also, on tlu sanio day, and on the pituiKes
near Huckhoin, vUII bo sold at public out-tr,a
ceitain lot of gtouml situate In Hemlock Tuun
shlp, pilncl)ullv limber IjiiuI, adjoining lands
ul John Appleliuiu, Jacob Harris, and othtis
containing about it acres, more or less; all tan
tho estate ot Itt.be ca Vainlersllce, tleccast d.
CuMUTioNrt Sai.k: Ten per tent, of one
fnurlh of the puuhase money tobo paid tin tin
day of sale, one-fouilh less Iho ten per cent on
the M day of April WH, the leinalulng thiu
fourths Inlwo equal pa mcnts, ono ou tho l-i
dav of April l"iil, Iho 01 her ou the 1st day ul
April lsTu, with interest on the amount ri ma u
Ing unpaid fiom thelstdayofAprll hM.
I he deed uv deeds to be exeenteil and dellvcied
to the purchaser or purchasers the nt f, on the
payment o( theone-fiairth less tho ten per tent
on tho 1st day of Apt II Wis, when tho balancMif
Iho purchase money shall bo secured by Judg
ment or mortgage, at the option of tho present
owners. Dom'ssIoh given on th 1st dny of April
1US I'uichnser or purchasers to pny for deeds
and stamps. J, H. VANDlUWIiH'i:,
Nov. -J, iv(17. Admr.
v. now 1:11,
has opcued ft llrst-tilass
r.ooT, snoi:, hat cai. and rru stomr
nt the old stnndon Main Stiect, lUoomsburg.a few
doors above tho Court House, Ills stock W com
posed ot thf ver.v lab st anil best styles ever oth r
cd to tho citieuH of Columbia County, lleean
aceunimodato the public with thefulluwlngbocds
at the lowest raits. Men's hiavy double sokcl
stugabootM, nun's double nud single tun solid
kip boots, men's lunvy slcgn shot h of nil Kinds
men's Hue bunts nnd shots of nit uiades, I o
doublo soli d boots nud,rhois of all kinds, men s
glove It Id Halmornl shues.mtn's, women's, bovs'
and lulvsts' lasting gaiters, women's glove kid
Polish v cry fine.woiiiiu's morocco tlalmoinlsaud
calf shoes, women's very lino kid buttoned gnlt
us. Inshoit boots of all lUscrlptlons both peg
geil nnd sewcil.
He vuuild uKo tall ntti ulion to hli fine 'if- -rt-uunt
HATS, CArH, FLllH AND NOTIONV.
which eompilses all the new nnd popular vnn
ellhs at pi Ices w hh.li cannot f.iillo suit all. Thesi
goods are ollered at the lowest rush lates and
will be guainulecd loglve satisfaction. A call
K solicit id before purehssing iNuuhcio ns il W
Udleved that belli r baruahu aro to be found
than at nnv other place In th comity,
Dec, 0 07'
poITVKLY (Xi: DAY OXUY!
I'HIDAY DKCKMf.LH, 'Mm 1S07,
AT SNYDKU'S llAIX,2M:Vi;r.H AT3A7'J
11 n t i" n n rnoM :titopt,
after mi nbsnw 0 of thtro 5 curs wheiothey liavi
aiipearitt beloio uenilyall the Kings, (juiius,
l.mpcrois, and Nubility ol tho old Woild,
th i; tiitKATi'ST wondi:u Ol-' thi: AOl. '
Pour beautiful and syiunuliloally lormed
LAD IIIH AND OKNTLKMP-N IN MINIATPItP
TUT OIIK1INAL AND r.I'NOW'Nrii
OKN. TOM TJIUMI1 AND W1F13.
MIHH MINNIi: WAIUIMN
Their unlquoand exquisitely enchanting
ITdtrtJUMANClW AND rXIIIIHUONS
nev lt fall toiharm nnd dellebttvciy beholder
SONtJS, DUKITM, DAN( I, COMIC DDI-INT
ationh, ami mino imcjcH, nntid.s
(11i:m, and co.mi;dii:h in chah-
Iho niCUandi:M:C)ANT DIUICs nml the
htllltiiht coil ul. ui id DIAMONDS worn hifoie
Iho va 1 toils Potentates f llurope, nil of width
mo iulioduci d lu these popular Levees cost over
Twenty Thou sund Dollais lu Hold.
Ladles nnd ehlldicii 1110 cons derately advised
touttend (he Day inhibition and thusuvold tin1
crowd und eouiiuion of tho llveulng Pirfor
liiHiiceR, To tho Day Jxvcis Admlssluii 5 rents: C'hll
pi en undir tt n. I ten Is. Ueservtd Heuls.wtts
t'htldieu under leu, '.'uctnts.
livening Petfoiinaiiee Atlmlssloii to nil parts ti
the House, in its 1 Chlldun under ten, 15 cents.
OTICK IN llANKiUU'TOV.
lliUN lo clvo notice, lhat nn tlio 1.1 tlay ot
November, A. i, NI7. wnrrtmt lu lianlciui'li'y
wns ImiuoiI nculnst tlio i.tHlo or Jutiioa II. lw.
urorunitovlliti, In tlio rounty ot Columbia, ami
HtatoorrcnnnsiMinlfl, v. Iio Iiaa liocn hiIJuUkiiI ii
llilllkllllit nu 111. mi 11 lK lllloli; that Iho pu) Hu nt
cifiiny dilita mill ilrllvcrof uuy iroMily lw.
lon(!lnK li nu Ii llonlirtnit, lo hlui.ur for hU iiav,
nml tlin iriumli of nny rroporly uy lilm nro foi .
Iiiiiili'iiliy law lhatu luielliwofllioClcUlloru of
lliokald I!auliruit, lonrovo tliclr ileUa, niul Jo
rhoo.0 ono or moro tiwilRiilvd oflila tfctatr, IU
Ijo liclil ul it t'uiiit of lluukruntcy, to 1 holJi'li
nt ItioOlilroorM.Jillmoytr, tw In llloomii.
hofori' l.ilwnru Lni'rtou, Jr., IU::lU'r, nn tliu fill
iluy nt January, A, u., IW,nt IQnVlixIc.n. m.
l. H. Marshal as Mifscnpr,
Ih 11 II. COOUIAI'UII, I n fin'.
Nov, WVT- It.
: I'OH NUAT AND CH13A1'
CAI.I. AT TIIK COI.UUWAN OKWCI3