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THE COLUMBIAN, BLOOMSI3U11G, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
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li lio much limtr stitrt limn nny of
tlftcotrniiomrlri unit I Ihrrefnrr ttir 1..I
n.flliim for mlv.rtlslilH In tttl ftrrtlfiit nf
Adjournment of tho legislature.
Tins long hopi'il for event took prnco
on lust Monday, ImvliitfronstimiMl iilmul
one luu id red diiyn In tlinp, tlinugli
netiiiilly In sen-Ion nlxint llfty (lay. An
Immense titiinlicr of bill's were present
cil nnd iieteil on, altlioiiKli about Tour
lirtliaof tlicni wore of n prlvntoor local
The Senator and lleprescntntlvo from
this district liave performed tlu lr du
ties faithfully, honestly, and with witls
faction to their constituent". Captain
Chalfant retires nt tho end of liU second
term with ft reputation at homo and
nhronil as one. of tho ablest of our Icgls
lators, and most Incorruptible of men
Tin: oPKXi.vd or Maukct St. We
understand that an elfort Is being liindo
to luivo tho Jlloonisburg papersstopped
beenuse they did not notify thepeoplcof
tho County that this project was on the
laid. Tho facts In the eu-e are as fol
lows. At tho February term 1607 one
month after the Com'.miii an canie un
der Its present iimtin;eiiient, a petition
was presented lo the Court for opening
Market Street, and Win. Howell, .lohu
Shlpiuan, nnd Matthias (lllbert worn
appointed viewers ; and the matter laid
in Court linen to inspection by par
lies Interested until September term,
18(17, n period of eight months. Tho
damages were tl.xeil at Instead of
as reported, and of this sum
$0.V).00was paid by prlvatesubscrlptlou.
The advantages of opening the road aro
obvious. That pnrt of tho town to
which it leads, used to pay tho County
um lo.ou tux annually, nnd now pays
It over SiiOO a year, owing to Improve
Wo would also add that the citizens
of lllooinsburg havo tried time and time
npaln to got a Borough organlzatlon.and
thus take these matters In their own
hands, but tho (Jnuid Jury, represent
lug wo presuino tho people of the
County, havo refused them that fuvor.
In addition we would state that for
piece of road in Centro township about
liairn mllo long, passing solely through
farming land, viewers have granted $900
damages, and the people in tliatsectlon
so far as wo know havo not protested
against tho matter. Of course It is Im
possible to give our readers full accounts
of all the road views taking place in tho
County. They aro too numerous, and
would prove uninteresting.
HlHTOHY Ol'TlIH lOlTIt tKfiMi:XT
'a. VoLU.Ti:i;ns. Wo are indebted
to our friend den. W. W. JI. Davis,
Kdltor of the )otcstoicti Democrat, for
his history of the 101th Itegt. I'n. Vol.
It Is a volume of nearly -100 pages, and
containing a detailed history of the. Heg
inient,;its inarches, bivouacs, sieges and
engagements, has n complete roster of
thollegiment, showing Its gains and
losses, with tho complete military his
tory of each oflleer and man In It. Tho
work Is not only valuable to tho survi
ving members of the Keglmentnnd tho
friends of thoso who fell by dKeaso or
tho fortunes of war, but it is a valuablo
addition to our military literature, giv
ing the incidents of camp nnd Held by
one who from his position knew all
that was going on, and who employed
his well-known nullities In giving to
the world a record of his Iteglmcnt,
which to a great extent was tho history
of every other Jtoglment In tho Held.
Tho work is calmly and impartially
written without political bias and de
serves popular recognition as a reliable
history of tho times and ovents of
which It tienK
Uxnint the partisan Itcgistry blllju-t
passed by the Itads and signed by Gea
ry, to secure tho disfranchisement of
tho poiir naturalized foreigners and
working classes, tho election expenses
of the State will bo at least tripled
three times as yrcut as under the old taie;
and for what? Simply to enable the
mongrels to keep poor whlto men
away from the polls by putting them
to unnecci-sary trouble, vexation and
loss of tlmo and money.
In order that there may bo fairness
In tho approaching election In Ucorgln,
ficn, Meado directs that tho ballot-boxes
shall not bo opened or tho votes
counted, or any Information of tho pro
gress of tho election given till tho
polls nro closed. After tho voting is
closed tho managers aro to select two
men of character from tho opposlto par
ties, who thall bo permitted to bo pres
ent at tho counting of tho ballots, so as
to witness and verify such counting.
Tin: ltndlral patchwork applied to
tho Constitution, of tho United States
during tho past four years is not ijulto
satisfactory to Mr. Sumner, who on
Thursday Introduced a resolution pro
viding for another amendment render
ing tho President nnd Vice President
Ineligible for re-election to either ofllco.
Sumner must havo an Idea that his par
ty will not bo able to ride Into power
again In November next.
Tim Itadlcal candidate for Governor
of Connecticut was nominated because
hu had plenty of money and was wll
ling to spend It freely. It Is estimated
that ho' was bled to tho extent of at least
?I0,000, for which holms nothing to
show except a lot of Itadlcal tickets left
over, with u likeness of U. S. Grant on
them. They may bo pretty pictures,
but wero rather dear nt $ 10,000.
Tin: Radicals bought up thu Fenian
Head Centre In Connecticut. Ho tried
to coax tho Irish from tho Democratic
faith, llesult, 1,000 Democratic major
lty. When the Hudson Hows Into Lake
Chnmplalu, tho Itadlcals will succeed
In Inducing the Irish to vote for negro
equality nnd whlto slavery under Con
Till'. New-Orleans Picayune suggests
that tho Democrats nominate (feu.
Hancock for President, "tho man who
has proved tho best friend th Seouth has
hnd6liicothownr ended, and whoso bril
liant career as soldier should gain for
him every N'ojthern vote which Is not
(worn away to Itadlcidlsm,"
I ' lly Dim of Iho 80MU rs. ;
It Is n notorious fact In the world's
history, that till outrageous and desper
ale ehnratleis In high governmental
positions, kept their willing tools, to
perform nt least a part of their hellish
deeds. Ntro hint u willing tool In I.o-
autii, when It wa necessary to poi-on
Ilrltannlcus.tliatliemtglit continue i;m
peror of Home. Oclavlnn, fearing tbu
great ability of Cicero, and hating htm
for his patriotism, found u murderer for
that celebrated scholar, orator and
statesman, in Mark Antony. The tim
id Mluturnians called on thedastardly
Clmbrlau to ns-ii-slimto tho lloman
deueral Mnrlus, but fortunately for tho
deiierid, the assassin was us cowardly
as Ids employers. Tin widow of Poll-
deletes, that she might continue to be
Queen of Sparta, found u willing hire
ling and a lover of bad deeds and ells-
honorable women in a "yaiband catnip
doctor," who blood ready to destroy
tho embryo King of that nation. Tho
Court of Athens had Its degraded beings
to swear out a prosecution against Soc
rates their distinguished scholar, nnd
put him to death, because, ns they said,
ho did not bellevo In the gods; but hi
reality, because they wero envious and
Jealous of him. Chllpcree, one of the
Kings of Austracla, proenred the scr-
vices of a domestic to ussasslnato his
CJtieon, who was once n Vislgothlc Prlu
cess, because sho would not enduro his
concubine. Kllzabcth found u willing
subject for a small favor, too, In tho
Karl of Murray, when sho Imprisoned
and Dually brought to tho block, Mary,
Queen ol Scotland, that she might pos
sess herself of that Kingdom. The pu-
sillaulmlty ofKouls the XI II, compelled
him to have desperadoes under his em
ploy, and thus wo might mention hun
dreds of Instances, if It were necessary,
all of which were outrageously disgrace
fill to those ruling heads, and a disgrace
to their citizens and subleels.
Hut, we need not go back to autliiulty
and the dark ages to behold gross crimes
perpetrated In high places, for we have
them going on nt home, within our
United States Senate, and Its corrupt
tools. Old Simon Cameron was the
Jlrst contemptible lackey and fully do
veloped hypocrite of this august body,
Pretending to bo loyal (a universal
claim with them), this knavo being
Secretary of War, rcfu-od thoflvo thoa
sand timely troops ordered to tho sup
port of Colonel Mulligan, so that tho
fortifications of Lexington could be
completed before tho arrival of tho rob
el Generals Price and McCulIoch , that
odium and tho cry of "Incompetency,"
should bo raised against tho "wooly
Horso" of whom they wero politically
jealous not caring one cent for tho un
necessary loss of life to tho nation's do
fenders and about tho same for tho dc-
structionofproperty belonging to Union
men, which must and did follow, ilut
the "Path-finder" was not to be put un
dor. Ho therefore concentrated ids ar
my, chased tho rebels from Northern
Missouri, crossed the Osage, which they
(Simon and his instigators) predictod
he could not do drove tho enemy from
Springfield, and bid fair to rid theStato
of tho vandals j when tho treacherous
Cameron ordered tho General to bo su
perseded and tho army withdrawn, to
prevent a popular rise In tho "Wooly
Horso;" notwithstanding tho destruc
tion of property which followed to tho
Union men, ns set forth by an old sol
dier of 1612, in writing to tho Philadel
phia Inquirer. Tho Pharisaical Senate,
who seemed ready to "rob widows'
houses," paid their contemptible hire
ling by sending him as Minister to
Ilussin, hut meanly withheld a similar
confirmation from General Slocum ono
of the Gettysburg heroes.
Of a second debased fellow In tho
hands of the dctestablo Senate, Ed.
Stanton is n prominent example. Tho
llrst word allotted to this willing tool,
that wo now recollect of, was tho pro
clamation that "Fremont was outgen
eraled at Cross Keys." This declara
tion was of two-fold design. First, they
hated tho "Wooly Horse" for liberating
slaves in Missouri, notwithstanding
their masters wcro olllcers of high rank
in the Confederate Army ; and second
ly, by calling a General from tho West
to tako command of tho army of Vir
ginia, that army would remain Inoper
ative for several weeks. General Me-
Clellau could not havo tho direct or In-
direct support of McDowell which ho
so much requested. Leo could and
would concentrate quickly, repul-o tho
Union General, Itlchniond would not
bo taken, tho rebellion would not vir
tually bo at an end by tho operations
of "Llttlo Mack," nnd of eouro, thoso
deceitful traitors ns they turned out
wero willing to sacrlfico thousands of
soldiers on tho right and left banks of
tho Chlckahomlny, that tho nrmy of
tho Potomac could bo repulsed, which
would give a pretext for tho appoint
ment of a General to tho command of
that nrmy, who would at least dou pnrt
of their disloyal bidding; and last
though not least, tho Union General
would be rendered unpopular, and In
all probability, could never purge that
Senate from Its unworthy occupants ;
nnd thus thcro would boleftn President
and Cabinet of their own choosing.
AucmTKtTL'itr.. Ono of our Scran
ton architects, Mr. II. It. Noll, has Just
completed plans for a now Town Hall
nt Ilerwick, Columbia county. Their
nppearanco Indicates tho probability of
n very linndsomo structure, and one
which will bo n great ornnincnt as well
us n great cjtdlt to tho borough men
tioned. It Is of tho Italian stylo of
architecture, nnd Is to bo sixty feet
front by forty feet d,ccp, and threo stor
ies high. Tho first story is to bo divid
ed Into thrco stores. Thocentrnl, which
Is to bo adapted for n bank, Is to bo lilx
10 feet, and tho other two 20x 10 feet, re
spectively. Thcro is also to bo a hall
way, leadlngto tho upperstorics, soven
feet in width. Tho second story is to
bo n public hall, 18x38 feet, which Is to
bo appropriately fitted up for the pur
pose. Tho third story will bo for n Ma,
sonic nnd Odd Fellows' Hull, with nil
tho necessary note-rooms. The hall
will bo -12x21 feet, and tho dining-room
112x14 feet. It will also havo ri cook
room, and several closets for regalia'
This story will bo in every manner po
cullarly adapted for tho uses to which
It Is to bo put, nnd tho entire building
can but prove n soureo of comfortable
rovenuo to Its owners. timmton Jlej,
Founi:y, in his disgraceful appeals to
Senators to voto for tho conviction nf
President Johnson, urges as reasons not
his guilt of tho charges or thu violation
of any law, but tho fact that tho Jticll-
cals must havo tho Treasury nnd tho
olllco to elect their President. Ho ur
ges It on pure partlznn grounds.
The IMtctktraVcnn't Vrodimtr tinn-
Thc Sharpless. JVmlly.
Dn. Smith,' In his history of Dela
ware Comity, says, that the only Quak
er licrtili of families that, were settled nt
Chester and MnrciH Hook, or In the
vicinity of those places, before the ar
rival of tho llrst ship sent out by Penn,
so far as ho could discover, wero Hob-
ertWade, ltoger Podrlck, Morgan Dre-
wet, William Woodman-on, Miclwcl
Iraiuil, Thomas Hovel, Henry Hast
ings, William Axlcy, James llrowne,
Henry He.vnohN.and Thomas llossller,
and that there were no other Friends
then settled within the prceut territor
ial limits of Delaware county, although
pilte n number weru located higher up
the river, on the Pennsylvania side
recent historical paper relates that
William Penn had a prodigal son and
was forced to send him back to Kng
land. In order to ralso funds to do ro
ho was compelled to sell his manor
called Wllllan Stadt, to Isaac Norrls
and William Trent, for CS.'iO. It con
sisted of 7000 acres, and is now where
Xorrlstown and Norrlton towii'hip aro
Penn sailed on thoOOth day of August
10S2, in tho ship "Welcome," accom
panied by about 100 persons, mostly
members of thoSocIcty of Friends. Of
tho names of thoso persons no full rec
ord was kept; but It Is known that
John Sharpless, of Itathcrtoii, C'hcs-
hire, Jane Ids wife, and children Phc
be, John, James, Caleb, Jane, Joseph
nnd Thomas, wero embraced In the list
ofpaseugcrs, tho child Thomas Sharp
less having died at sea. John Sharp-
less was n llrst purchaser, and settled
near Chester. Ho Is the ancestor of tho
entire family bearing tho surname, res
iding in Delaware and Chester counties
and so far as known, throughout tho
country. A volume was printed in
1S10, nnd wo bellevo another still later,
containiugnn account of the settlement
and genealogy of tho Sharpless family.
From the volume of 1810 J. Smith Fit-
they has taken tho trouble lo glean the
following facts :
John Sharpless purcha-cd from Wll
Ham Penn, in Kngland, by Indenture,
dated April 5th. 1GS2, ono thousand
acres of land, for tho consideration of
twenty pounds, sterling money, and a
unit rent of one shilling for every bun
drcd acres, at and upon tho first day of
March, lorevor; the said land to bo al
lotted and set out agreeably lo certain
"conditions and concessions" agreed
upon between William Penn nnd tho
purchasers from him. They took up
part of the land, thus purchased, on
Itidlcy Creek, about two miles north
from Chester, where they felled a largo
tree, and tooksheltcr amongtlioboiighs
about six wcckii, in which time, they
built n cabin against a rock, which ans-
wered for tho back of the chimney; in
this, they dwelt about twenty years,
During this period. Joseph, the young
est son, learned tho trade ofhoiiso ear
penter, and erected their first dwelling
houe, a two-story stono bulldiug. The
one thousand acres waslocated in three
tracts ; being tho ono on which they
first settled, another in Providence
township, and a third, in Mlddlctnwii
township, all In (now) Delaware coun
ty. John Sharpless (tho elder,) died In
10S3, aged about 01 years; and Jane
his wife, In 17-2, about fit years of age.
Of their children, Thomas died on .ship
board. Phcbonud Jane in lOi'i, and
Caleb In 1CS0, leaving tbreu sons, John,
James, and Joseph, from whom the
entire Sharpless family aro descended.
John Sharpless (tho elder brother,) mar
ried Hannah Pcnnell, (laugher of Hob
ert Pcnnell, In 1002, and resided on the
tract purchased oll'Itldley Creek, near
Chester. They had nine children-
Caleb, Jane, Hannah, John, Phcbe,
Itebcccn, Margaret, Ann and Daniel.
He died in 1717, at IhoagoofSl years,
and his wlfo In 1721. James Sharpies-1
(tho second brother,) married Mary
Lewis, daughter of Halph nnd Mary
Lewis, from Glamorganshire, In Wales
and settled on tho second tract above
mentioned, in Providence township.
They had eight children Lydia, Mury,
James, Hachel, Sarah, Thomas, David
and Esther. Joseph Sharpless (tho
younger brother,) married Lydia Lew
is, sister to his brother James's wife,
and first settled In Nether Providence.
His brothers proposed to him, ns ho
was tho youngest, that ho should movo
back Into tho woods,! ns Mlddlctown
township was considered at that time.
Ho agreed lo tho proposition, and re
moved to tho tract which had been
purchased in that township. They had
ten children Susanna, Joseph, l!ena
mill, Samuel, Lydia, Nathan, Jane,
Abraham, Jacob nnd William. Ho died
in 1757, and hiswlfoin 17(53.
Itenjamlii Sharpless settled at C.ita
wlssa,and wnstho father of John Sharp
less of that place, and Joseph Sharpless
NATi'itAi.izATiox. Aliens who como
to tho United Slates under 18 years
of age, can, after llvo years residence
therein, obtain full certificate of citizen
ship, on first application, In open court,
with a witness ns to resldonco etc.
Aliens who enter tho Union after
arriving ntthongo of 18, must, after
threo years, file a declaration of Inten
tion to become citizens, and at tho end
of two years can obtain tho ccrtlllcato
of citizenship In open court, with tfo
Aliens who havo been In tho military
or naval sorvlco, can obtain certificates
of citizenship, on presentation In open
court, of honorable discharge, and proof
of ono year's residence In tho country.
Minor cnildrcu become citizens upon
tho naturalization of their father.
Declarations of intentions can bo filed
In Prothonotnry's olllco at nny time,
without witness; but certificates of
citizenship can only bo granted when
Court Is In session, and witness present.
Tm: Chicago papers aro extremely
severe upon Senator Yntcs, who Is pro
nounced to bo nn habitual drunknrd.or,
us tho Chicago Journal says, "Intoxlca
ted neaily nil thu tlmo, day mid night."
Tho facts they mention nro almost In
credible, nnd glvo proof of u statu of
things too shocking to bo endured. It
will bo remembered that about a year
ago Senntor Yates turned teetotaler,
and delivered sotno rather curious
speeches on the subject. Hut this did not
last, and presently his conduct wan as
bad as over. Thu temperance party aro
calling loudly on hb.ii to resign, while
others demand that thu Scunto shall ox
pel him nt once, it is ulnmentablo busi
ness, Koi.ouiiN ilKittr has hold his proper
ty In Iron Hired to AOchuel Casey for
Av Asmtii.roK, April t.
Tho Impeachment trial was, resumed
at nooii.to-ilny. Soon nftcr the opening
tho managers on tho part of tho House
enmo over, and were followed by Speak
er Colfax nnd nbout twenty ot thirty
Mr. Hutler called a witness named
Wood, who was sworn nnd examined,
and afterwards criMS-examlned by Mr.
Mr. Hlodgett, another witness, from
Georgia, wnsnu.st called and brletly ex
amined by llutier. Tho substance of
their testimony Was unimportant.
General Thomas' letter accenting the
position of Secretary of War ml interim
was al-o otrered In evidence, and ndmlt
ted without objection.
Judgo Curtis, nt a quarter before one
o'clock, aroo to open the argument for
the defense. Nearly every Senator
was In lis seat, wlillo the llousn Mali
ngers, Including Mr. Stevens, were pre
sent at their table, and secnud lo realize
tlio strength ot Hie masieriy eiiori oi
tho distinguished Jurist, who was stal
ing tho law nnd the facts of the case so
calmly, dispassionately, and forcibly.
Tlio learned counsel nan not procceucu
far before It become apparent to all that
hn bad comiiletelv annihilated the
charges contained in tho articles relat
ing to Iho removal of Stanton nnd tho
appointment of Thomas, ills citation
of authorities hearing upon tho consti
tutional power nr tlio uxccutivo to re
move subordinate olllcers was entirely
conclusive upon that point; whilo Ills
review of tho tcnure-of-ofllce law. with
the ca s ntivo h storv oflts enactment.
seemed to settle, beyond tho possibility
of a doubt, the Important fact that the
caso of Mr. Stanlou Is not met by any
Alter speaKing uiiiii iwcniy luiinue.s
past two o'clock, the learned counsel
yielded in order to allow a rccc.-s.which
was accordingly taken.
Judgo Curtis then resumed his argu
ment and spokewlth even greater efieel
than at tho opening. Tlio malingers on
tho port of tlio IIoiise,looked perplexed.
Hutler whispered lo Stevens, Williams
and Hon t well gazed at each other.
Hlngham and Wilsonjstenuil engrossed
with the imminent, while Lo-'an idune-
ed now and theiiat tho galleries. Among
the Senators who seemed lo pay par
ticular attention to nil that fell from the
Hps ot tho learned counsel who was nil
dressing them, wero Messrs. Kdmuuds,
and several others on tho Hepubll
can side of the Clminbcr. Judgo Curtis'
nlltislon to Hutler's onening argument,
nnd tho views exnresscd therein, was
exceedingly fordblo and damaging to
tho prosecutors, itutler, it win no re-
I. 1 I.. 41... rwtM...:! t? Illj Otinilfll
IIIL'lllKLItLI. .11 IIIVJ VlJlll.-tVJ V.. ...J i'i.l
admitted that the President ought not
to beinmenched for simply removing
an olllcer in order lo lest tlio constitii
Humility nf the law, until which the re
moved olllclnl claimed lo hold thoolllce
Hut hooblecled to tho manner in which
the President removed Stanton, de
clared that lie (the President) nail sent
a defiant message to tne rienate.oic.etc
it was to this that Mr. Curtis replied,
and nn?u ni? loir ca Iv I icrclrom mo ir
resistible inference was drawn that the
removal of Stanton was not tlio sole
Piinsn of Ibis lirnceediuir ncrainst the
President. This much, Judgo Curtis
contended. Is admitted IjV IJutlcr's ur
guincnt. Judge C further continued
his remarks until twenty minutes to
four o'clock, when ho said ho had reach
ed a point in his argument whero ho
would like to rest for a while, owing to
tho exhaustion occasioned by thu
physical and menial labor ho had been
compelled to undergo. Mr. Heverdy
Johnson, moved that the Court adjourn
until to-morrow, which was unanimous
ly agreed to.
v.sill.-(tT0N, April 10.
The "High Court of Impeachment"
was called to order shortly after twelve
o'clock to-day, by tho Chief Justice of
tho United States, and tlio trial of the
President resumed. Gen's. Sherman and
Hancock, and Hon. Thomas Kwing.Si-.,
ol'Oliio, occupied seats in tlio Senate
chamber. Tlio House managers ap
pealed nt ten minutes pat twelve
o'clock, and wero soon lollowcd by
Speaker Colfax, and u llttlo band of
itadlcal members, whom the Sergcaut-at-Arius
announced as tho "Hniiso of
Hepresentntlvcs." After tlio reading or
tho journal of yesterday, Judgo Curtis
aro.-uund resumed his argument in de
fense of the President. Hospoko In a
louder tone of voice lo-day, and review
ed tho allegations contained in tho
several articles of Impeachment, one by
one. His argument commanded tho
undivided attention of nearly all pres
ent, and was generally conceded to
havo been both nolo and exhaustive.
Ho concluded nt a quarter past two
o'clock, having spoken Just llvo hours
In all. Tho Senate, or "High Court,"
then took a recess. After order had
been restored, Mr. Stanbcry called Gen.
Lorenzo ThomaK, Secretary of War ad
interim, and that, gentleman appeared,
and was sworn ns a witness, ilo an
swered all questions In a clear, straight
forward manner, which gave evidence
of tlio honostynndsinceritv of hisslato
meiits. After detailing what occurred
between Mr. Slanton and himself on
tho day ho was appointed Secretary ad
interim, ho was asked by Mr. Stanbcry
to Mato what was said In Iho conversa
tion hu (the witness) had with tho
President Immediately nftcr Mr. Stan
ton refused to vacate tho War Olllco.
This question was objected to by Mr.
Hutler. Mr. Hutler then proceeded to
nrguo that tho proposed testimony was
inadmissible, on tlio ground that ft was
simply allowing tho President to mako
evliienco for himself, after the com
mission of the act with which ho stands
charged, etc., etc, Mr. Stanbcry replied
that It was designed to show that tho
president never directed uen.u nomas
to uso any forco to got possession of Iho
aro tc, niu i lereioro aumi-s o e n
order to negative tho allegation that ho
contemplated mo ejection oi.iir.Htanton
irom ino war Department ny .lurce.
Hutler In tho course of Ids remarks got
sadly out of temper, exhibiting bad
manners ns well as bad Ideas of the law
of evidence. The Chief Justh" uhinit-
ted tlio question lor decision to tin
Senate. Tho yeas and nays being or
dered llieioou, resulted yeas nays
io; so it was ueciiieii iniii .ur. tannery
mlL'lil ask tho witness what was said bv
the President after Mr. Stanton had io
nised to vacate tho War Olllco. The re
sult of tho vote, on tho proposition,
siirnrlscd nearly ovcrv body nrcsent.
Kven Sumner voted in tho alllrmatlve,
nnd when ho responded "ayo" to the
call of his name, there was a suppressed
intiL'li. notii on tnoiioor mid in tne cat
leries. Tho witness stated that tho
President never directed him to uso
any forco whatever to gain possiisslou
oi mo war Department, no simply
desired to havo tho matter settled by
tho courts. His narration of what oc
curred nt tho War Department, bet ween
-ii r. amnion mid nun-en, wiicn no do
mantled possession thereof, was exceed
ingly plain and simple: tho account ho
gave of how Stanton followed him into
UeneralSe irlver's room, asked for tho
latter's bottle, poured out what liquor
iiieir was m ii, aim iook a driiiK
with tho wltne.ss,created great laughter.
Mr. Stanbcry, taking advantage of thu
favorable oimoituiilty. tiUcd (ienornl
Thomas If this (referring to tho toclal
drink) was all tho forco ho (Thomas)
used on that occasion'.' General Thomas
promptly responded In the iilUrmatlve,
anil then followed nnothcr outburst of
laughter, which teemed to mako even
Hutler ashamed of himself. After Mr.
Stanbcry had concluded tho examina
tion of tho witness, ho was cross-examined
ut length by Mr, li. 1'. 1).
Thcro is no disposition on the part of
any ono concerned to protract the trial
a moment longer thnn Is necessary, Tho
hhowlnn; already madu on behalf of the
President entitles him to n triumphant
nnpilttttli but as a largo majority of his
triers) know no law In tho caso beyond
tho rule of their party caucus, n Just
verdict can hardly bo oxpected,
WASIIINOTON, Aplll 12.
Tub Impeachment trial yesterday
opened wltliiui application on tho pari
of tho House iiiiiia",ers for nn amend
ment to thu mien, tn extend tho privi
lege ofNpeukliiK on thocloso of thu caso
to as many on each sldo ns dcslro to bo
lunrd. Tills proposition was made to
accommodate both Stovcnsnnd Logan;
on an Objection from Conkling tho sub
ject wont over to nnothcr day. General
Thomas then reappeared on tho stand
lo "correct some portions of his testi
mony given on Friday. In cioss-ex-nmlnlng
tho witness, llutier pursued
the sanio low style of Interrogation
which has marked his course since tho
coiiimenceMieiil of liio trial. Ho en
delivered to make It appear that Gen
eral Tliomns hud wlllillly mis-stated
facts on his previous examination, uud
labored hard to confllso tho old soldier,
and entrap him Into self-contradiction.
(!en. I',, however, aiisrt'Cied tho ques
tions put to him with n fraiikne-s and
candor which bespoke Iho honesty of
bis Intentions, unil the sincerity ol his
online. After General Thomas had
retired limn the stand, Mr Stanbcry
called Lieutenant-General Willi, un T.
Sherman, uud that gentli'inali advanced
to thf Secretary's desk, nnd was sworn as
n w Itne.-s. 1 le answeied franl;ly,lhereby
glvliigusurnnco that lie would freely
slate all bo knew on thu subject matter
ot ino investigation. Alter stating mat
no nnd several interviews wiiii ino
President iltirlnir tho months of De
cember and January last, he was ask
ed by -Mr. Stanbcry what was said to
li I in (Sherman) by the President, with
reference lo tho removal of Mr. Stan
ton V The efi'ect of this question, if ans
wered, wns to show tho "Inlcnt" of the
President at that tlnie,and if thcro liad
been any purpose lo uso ((eiicrnl Sher
man unlawfully or Improperly, to dis
close It lo the Senate and tho country,
Tho managers, however, through their
Miokesinnu Hutler, objected totlioqites-
iion, wen Knowing wnnt mo answer
would be. The admissibility of tho
nttestlon was then argued nt length on
each ("hie. Upon tho conclusion of tho
nrgunient iiioyeasiinii nays wero can
ed on admitting thcmientioniu'onound
led to Iho wlti;e.-3 by Mr. .Stanbcry,
ami H was ruled out by a voto of 2S to
2!1. Among those who voted in favor
ofnllowlngit to bo put wcro tlio fol
lowing uepttuueaus. vi.,, .Mi.srs. An
thony, llV.i-unden, Fowler, Oilmes,
Morgan, I o.s.s,,Sprasuo, Sunnier, Trum
bull, Van Winkle.and Wilier. The next
question related to another charge made
against the President, and was as fol
lows: "lu any of the conversations was
anything said lo you about tho Depart
ment of tho Atlantic." The managers
again object, nntl the .Semite sustain
theiii. Mr. Htnnbery then asked tho
Hiio:.s if tlio President had ever ten
dered him the position of Secretary of
War ail Interim.' Tills was likewise
objected to by the manager., Tho Ken
oto however, admitted the question,
nnd the witness responded Unit tho
President had twice tendered the ofllco
to him. Following up tho answer, Mr.
Stanbcry asked tho witness to statu
whether anything further took place In
regard lo tender of thoolllce. The lcs-pou-o
would have thrown light on tho
purpose and object of tho offer by the
President. Duller, therefore, objected
nntl after a brief dhcussion the Chief
Justice ruled Ihe question admissible,
um lite yeas anil nay.s w uo eaueii ior,
and resulted veas, SI; nay.s Si. so
the objection of Duller was su-lalneil,
and the Chief .Tu-tlco overruled, Hen-dor-on.
of MU-ntirl, In order to get
some light on thestibject oflhe.so inter
views between the President and (!en
erat Sherman, proposed the following
que.-tiou In wilting to tho latter, viz.,
'Did thcProsidcnl, in tendering to you
thu olllco of Secretary of War ad inter
im.expiessto.'you tho object olVi doing'.'"
llutier objected to its admission. The
Chief Jiis'lico put Iho question to the
Senate. The yeas and nays being or
dered thereon, resulted yeas, 5, nn,
"7 ; m it was ruled out. The lips of
(Icneral .Sherman having been sealed
for the fourth time, and the counsel of
tho President denied thu only means
in their power of proving what took
place nl the.-e Important Interviews be
tiiWL'cli their client and Hie wltne-s, they
wcro compelled to sit-pcnd all further
questions in that direction, and penult
Ciener.d Sherm.iii to have the stand.
The conduct of "tlio miinngeri" and
the majority ot (ho Senate yesterday
,..(.,.( ,,.! ..N i ,lj .. .i... .
rewarded on all hands as the cro-soot I
injustice, aim tlio opinion Is lieely ex
pressed that it will do Ihe Impeach
ment "con-piracy" moro harm than
gootl on the ilual vote.
Wash inii ion, Apia il.
The Senate assembled yesterday at
the Usual hour, and in the usual form
proceeded lo tho consideration of the
ImiieacliiiKlnt chanres. Tho Chlef-.Iiis-
tlcu announced that the llrst business lo
bo disposed of was tho amendment lo
tho twculy-ilr-t rule, which provides
nun as many oi me iuauagcrs ami ino
President's counsel as choose shall be
allowed to -wak on the limit iirtruinent
of tho cas,c. After n lengthy debate,
tho Managers nrmilng in favor of tho
adoption of tho niiiendment anil coun
sel for tlio defense opposing it, tho
whole mailer was laid on tho table.
Llcut.-tien, Sherman was then called to
thostand, andwasasked ifhe had form
ed an opinion, after tho re.-loratlon of
Mr. Stanton, as to the necessity for
another person being appointed Secre
tary of War. Objection was imido lo
tho question, ami the matter was ills-
ciis-cd at great length, after which the
Scunto decided not lo admltthoanswei-,
llo was then asked, "whether, before
the removal of Mr. Slanton, ho had ad
vised tho President that bo should bo
removed and replaced?" and objection
was again inado . Tho Senate sustain
ed mo objection uy n voto ol IHIoHj,
and the General was asked no further
questions. Mr. It. J. Meigs, Clerk of
me Kuprunio Court or tho District ot
Columbia, was mvoiii. and nrodiiccd
from tho records of tho Court tho nlll
davit and warrant under which Uen.
Thomas was nrrcstcd. Thin wnsohloet-
ed to by the Managers', and argued at
great lengtn, utter which thoScnalodo
elded to ndmlt tho documents. Cien.
Sherman was again called, and asked if
tlio President, when ho tendered him
tlio position of Secretary of War ad in
terim, explained hlsptirposeln sodolng.
Objection was made lo this, but after
debate Iho question was admitted.
Tho refusal to admit the testimony of
(jien. Sherman ns fully as that of Thorn
as and others was admitted hy the Sen
ate, to prove tho Inlcnt of tho Presi
dent, Is much objected to by every fair
minded man. What camo In however,
If believed, and it surely will be, fully
exculpates the President anil smashes
all tho conspiring articles, llo proved
that u suggestion to gel up n caso for
Court came from him, and that tho
President ottered him tho nppoliitment
for that purpose. Tho Itadlcals aro
very Jubilant- over tho exclusion of
.Sherman's testimony. That Is, they
liileud to convict tho President, not by
truth, but hy the exclusion of the truth
from tho ease,
WASlUNuroN, Aplll l
Tin: Scunto assembled yesterday as
usual for tho further hearing of tlio Im
peachment charges. Tho counsel for
iho President was called upon to pro
ceed with tliedofeuce, when Mr. Kvarts
announced the Illness of Kx-Attnriiey-
(len. Slnnu. ry, who was conllneil to his
loom by order of his phyj-lclan, nnd
iiskcil nn adjournment of tlio Court lit
eon-eqiience. No objection was made,
ami the Court adjourned until 12 o'clock
W.VMIlXl.TON, Al'ltl ill.
Although Mr. Stanbcrry was still
absent on account of sickness tho Im
peachment trial wasiesiinicd.lhoday bo
lug occupied In altering documentary
ovldenco of removals mado by
TiuutniM; At'CiiHi.VT, A terrible
tlisntcr occurmllnst Wednesday on tho
I-rlo It. It, nbout thrco miles wwt of
Blioliob. Thrco hleoplni? cars ftnil ono
liassonnercar went down a stccji bank,
whereupon tho cars took tire, Twenty
ono jht.soiih nro reported killed and
seventy ono wounded,
Os Wodncrtday last, a boiler explod
ed nt Waterman & JJeaver mills kill
Injf mid wounding wvcral porrions,
wlioo nameH wo havo not learned.
cam, run Tin-: .atioai. di:mo-
Wasiiinoton, lYlminrj W, 1S(W.
'I ho S'ntlolinl Drlimerntle ('nnilnlttcP.I)V vlrlllo
cif the authority confi noil upon them liy tlio lmt
rsnuoimi iPOinornuir uomrminii, ni n iiirciiiiu
Ul'U t hit tin v lit WnMilnctnii. 11. I otcil In hold
thti ni'xt I 'tin vent Ion lor thn urjoo of nnmhm
tlna mini hint Tor I'icM. Tit mid Vlce-I'reililent
nl the Unit (1 HtitUmm the It li ilnv of July, ism,
nt r!oYI(Ktc m,, In Hip lt. nf New York,
I nn nrnn ni rPirP"i'iiinu(iii useii i,v i uu mat
XhIIoiuiI 1)t'iiimmtli ( ntiitluti, l ihmblo the
imiiihf-r ofHfimtni'H nnd lto,irccnljitlp tn
KtP4Hnf eriPh Hltiln tnnter thi ImtiiWHirtlonineiit,
J.ncil BlluiMl limiPU tu M.iumru'Kiiii'n ummi"
A COUNT 1lI'IMONT,l'lmlrin.n.
riini)i:itK'K O. riUNCi:, Neerrtnry,
Democratic Stato Tickott
ton AuniToiwi r t tiAi i
0IIARLE3 E. EOYLE,
or rAYirrrr. county.
F( l: fiCllVMnll-riKNI.lIAM
GEN. WELLINGTON II, ENT,
Ol' (OI.fMlll.V COl'NTV.
Wheat per lalslii ,
Oat-. . " .
riour per narrel...
Iilh d Apples
Sides nnd MimiiMcm
1 .1 1 1 , 1 per pound
Hay per Ion ,
Ileniloel; Hoard pr tliou-altd feet
1'ltiM " " " (one ineli) ....
.lolst, sTnntllmi, I'lnnk, (Ilrmloek)
Mutinies, No. I per thousand
. Si 1
. 1 il!
. 1 SI
, III J
. III! Ol
.. I ma)
... r ii
No. 1 Sentoll phi.
I'hltndllplilu .Hall.. Is.
'I'licnsii w, April in 11",
NoltltueKtitll Kttpi t line at
Northwestern i Mra
1'. nti-vlvanlii and W ostein Miptrtlne.
rennsylvanlannd Western eilin
retinsj lyanl.i and Wonlern rainlly
IVlinsjUalllannd Western rnney
W unw I'ennsj ivanla rod, hus. ....
Koulhern " "
Callloml.t " "
IlVC I'elinsylMiUl'l le, "rl hus
1'oitx Velloie, "
I'noVIStoNS Mosrt I'ork, hhl ,
Moss Heel, "
Ilres.ed IIohs, 1.
Hnioked Hams "
" Mhouhleis IS
Ski lis 1'Iom rsied "iibus
'1 hnolhyseed Y l,tl
L'AHl.l.-lleel I'attloV it,
t 'ou's, ti head
1 ko. hie
1 1' ;vc I le
sj,sa , '.ifc)
.1 " 1
sillrl'l' -s in
wisr.vir.s iivi.'-am in' u'u.i) citr.iinv
I'wr Hit curi- ttt ,'uimlis, ( oMs ilo.u-Honc-", AMIl
I mil, liilUicnu, liuue, Whooping ("mull, lit on
e-hltlt rieilmm-ltloli lit ( (inMllni'lIi.n, Ar.
ThNitri'iU rt'iucly H tit'iu'oll Uuoum and Is per-
rorinllis lo liuicli K"td tolunko It lut'i't-f-iuy t
(jo luto nn clitljoiulo dlHcn'.fclon of 11k mi-rll
KnllkT It to my Hint II Mill Mnlntniln iUt.uiro
in. icy In fin Ihk iIKt'at-i ol Iho lnot obstlnito
t'li.U'lu-u-r, tilul dial all wlio Miller loin Hit1 altoo
f-onilalt)lH, am r hall g total this 1 1 lueily, el
ilolil liavuoicMoli lo lesoit lo oilier al'pltalK ii lo
Insult' apt rlii-t restoration to Iieallli.
Teslhnonv of Ml:, l'l.riat Hti.wi.
Wi.ir WI.NTII.L1, .V. Y., 1I.C, in, 101.
Mesirs.S. W. 1'nwi.K .t Hon. lloslnn.
llentleiiuli, Inirlnc the uhitu-or lvl I was
very liincli out nlliealin, alllleuu llli a seeie
i 'nuli, l'aln ln Iho Mile ami l.unus anl u genual
tiepiexMonoi ueaiiii iomiiu an e.Meui iihio Kn al
ly alarm in sill aial IrleinN as to tho-result
llurlint this tline I nleil seeral highly reeoni
ineiali-il lenu Ui s. III) llllteor noi-onil rt still
ami hail eouelwleil to try lla-1 llei I ol a southern
illiil.Ue upon my lieallh: hut, hefoto earrltu
llils (isolation Into elteet, I Mas lliiliieul hy Hie
indent solli-ltitllon of our auenl, Mr. lluiilly,
toulu in. Wlsliii's ll.tlam of ivllil chirry a
trial. 1 ilhl so, unil to lay uiv.it Joy 1 found lin
mediate and permanent relief hy ihe use of only
one holtle. and 1 inn now- In as uooil health as
eor. 1 hel eU'your halsalu oneol iho host teni-
ei es, lor i o nt is ni. ton in i.uut o siasis,
,,-in and eonseioniiousiy loeotohion.i it
nsMieh. lomiTrnH, I'l.l'l.lt HIIAW.
I'leparcd hy Heth W. l'ole.: s-oti, Is 'iiemonl
HI., lioston, and f a sileh Imtgtglsls p-nerally.
NOTICE JX 15AXK-
ItriMTY.-In tin DMiiit Omit nf tho tnU
lea Ntitti'S fur ihf si i in District ot l' nnsyh.i-
inn, in inn ninuor or .mines m, iiowiu, iiaiin
rupt. Towlmin it may oik ciii: '1 liouinlciaimifil
hrichy jiotlio ol liU npiioiiilinont ns as-
hlUllcc ot Juini'S M. IL'rllt of rtsliiliK I'lfi-lt
township, In tlit lountv ot Coluinltin, ninl stnto
ot IVnitsyUnnhi, u lm lin. ijt'cmu'Jiitlu' tt u liuU
Hint iinon hU uu n iM'tlllon.liv tlio HKliict L'oiut
f.t Milif Dlhlilrl. D.Ufil nl liloniiishuiv. t In Utti
ilayof April, l'tis.
J. It. ltOlIJSO.V.
.ipm I ov-;jt
ASsk;xj:ks xotick ix uaxk-
Y ItL'l'TCY. In tlio DKtilct ('mill or tho Unl
t'l htntosfur tho Wt-sti'iu DUItictot lVnnnylva
n In, In tho nuitlcr il JUmy Trough, tiniKiiitit.
To w hum It mny concern: 'i'lit'iiiiih-islKnetllK o.
tvulH lioiu-u of Ills nppnlntiiu-nt nsnsslsi o
oi llmry 'iioiiKh, of Kouiulryvlllf, liithuromiiy
of. nhimhln, ninl Stnto of IVun Ivnnln, who
htt't in'i n n-Unilacit n ImnUrupt iipmi his ow n in-.
tlUoti.by lhi lUstrlft '"iut ot k.iuI illstrh-t,
J. II. ItolUSUN,
Apill 17,'liv.H. AslJ;n'l'.
4 i)3nxis'ruATons xotick.
J V i-stATi: oi riiTi-i; k, jiLi.wiff, iu:ci:Asrn,
l ,i iter of lulminMriitloii on Iho t Mule ot l't ter H
HelvJtf, Uto of c'onj luhiun tup., Oolunitil.i eu.,
lU'Cf-u-ii'tl, lmie lieeti nintt'il hy tho Ut ulster ot
sulil (ounty tu lint lul llt-lv.lu ninl WUIinm
(luoilnuui. ol Coii nlmin U nhlp. Alt
porttuns huvliitt flu 1ms or iU iiiuiuls r.nlust
(ho t'sttitu ot tlut il.'fcik'iit nro u-qnohlett lo innko
tium Known, mm inisn inn uieii hi niauo
1111 nu ; ,Vx awu' AclmlnMtnturK
April 17 V.
ItKNllY WOI.r, i:, t JtAItiuN,
(Hui'cl'Ssovh tn H, iU Phl e.)
rnilK SUIISCIUUKUS H A VTXCi
.L I unveil thorinnlitK Mill nntl Mnohlno hhop
loiincily oei'tipteil hv S. (', hhle, will coiillmiu
Ha' ousinesH oi lunii'iiucuiniiK
DUOUS, HA hi I, 1IMNIS, MUUI.DINtJh,
IlmcketM (('. Wo nro also luconrnl tn fiiinlxh
ili'fhsod lloorlns. hlnslt'K ami nit other lumhor
leqiilred iln tlut coiiktriiclluii til IjiiIUUhbn, All
kinds of turnliipc ilom- nt Khoit notice. 1U1N lor
jolht nnl olhc-r linmo htutl tilled with piompt-
him iiiinuwr, niuiin it hin i uioi.v Miiii'iii'Hi
Apill 17,'tW WUl.r A IIAHTlt.N
IMM.ICAXTS l'OU IjICKNSUS.
Notice Is 1 in el iv uheii Hint Iho full on iii'rimmoil
nei'hoiis litio in nil u nimlk'iitlun tn tho 1'iotlioiio.
tiny of i' 1 mi 1 1 j In County, tnr Tnvein ninl other
ut i iiH'k, n ot yuiiiti ti in uu1 eoniiiiK iny term
of com t :
I. 1 Muulrnhull, Liquor Htore.
.it u it i.i-miti-it, I lit i ill i
(ii'o W MiuiKcr, "
llcrnaiil Htohncr, '
(Hlver A Jftcnbj,
Kootis a Clirlc. "
Ww U Jillinore. lUitlnK Kuuw.
II lTunk Znrr, ,r Tiivrn,
Andrew T Ilteler, '
T llentoti Taylor, "
I'hlllp flotthhnl, "
.liufili It K'lsthr,
KnmiK'1 Kohtfubnuder, "
lohn I) lliiuynn, Kutlm; Ilmue.
I.e 1 Keller,
Win 11 orange,
John drover, Tavern
Henry I.ohman, IXitlnj; Houbo.
Muhlon II. lllcl;,
A W drainer, I.hjuor Klote.
Ihomnii O'Connor, "
Me)hen llorun, Kallmj llme.
Mlchncl llamiou, "
IMliU-Ic Kill. in,
Htephen 'Ihumas. "
.M1113 Chapman. "
I'hoimiH (lertittlity, "
.lohn slgllnucr, "
'Jhomati O'Neal, "
Henry A eliUns.nil.Tavein.
" Kainucl l.clhy,
" .lohn ii Klliii',
Daniel T M'Klemun
' Thomnii Kllkt-r,
rihlihiuirt. rmniidus L'uanst
(ireeuwuod. .Milton llCoxe.
Jiu v OlUaspl.',
Ul hu Cieawy.
Tubbs k CoK-man,
O ran ro.
Kott. Hnmuel It Kline,
CI hi 1 Irs II Dieiterlch,
" Jlnrv IJiJrttii, "
JllsSi; t'Oldl.MAK, riutlionotaty,
IHiMJiuiihiirtf, Ajtrll 17, lm.
VOU NKAT AND CHKAl1
I'AUi AT TUK COLUMHUIAN OKK1CK
Mm t.l'nVllntl lif I fill Apt itt AH
feinldv, entitled nn Ait tn redueR thoNlnloiUbt
Ac, piiwd Hit' itnih tiny nf April, lcll, tin- Hen
microfilm I'minty of CnlmnMn lien lv kIvp
tmtlco If) nil pPtNo!i enneprneu mipipih, nun un-
TiiXPrtp,dMP on Hip foMn,vlnu lent eMntpMtimtP
111 111P UiUlllIV III milllliiiii.Mif XI in iri iui.T un.
clav of nle, tli'1 wlntle r muIi uii(ft or men ft
will tuiv tlieehurne nnd rmln i luinmWn thereon
will no 'until nt the t'uurl Hoim- In lllnoimbunj:,
Oountyiif Coluiiibln, on tne Mh or .hue. km,
nnd tn hei-onllnued hviuljnmnment from dny tn
tlnv fornrrenrnepHof chxph duewld county nnd
the i oln ncerueM on vm-n reHHM.imij i
OrtiKM, Tetirmh, P, rw.
l ni i
ml .1 Iron I
Ileal rr III! (m
Mdlc r A- Muuii
.lohn V I'toswill
T, M, llul.hlo
.Mann ,t Miliar
Maun, llaldy A Cllsl
Miller, l-'lsher A luiK'
otihi rm r
11. W. .M'lte.Mloi.N
'I raey White
" i 10
lletllotl 17 1.1
" (1 i
llt.N'aney I'n nlli llloom I'
lit AuKustusxelinctl Hem Irk llor, 1 I t
ill .menii .Aiinev I oiivnuoii I I -i
III Win AMiin.in . " 7 9)
111 (Iv.on 1'aln
I'll I'.llen lliltklll
1I Kline, l.lnileumllh A Co.
llt.!n;m II. Momall
lilt Aiilhonyinioimell "
11 raxton.Klhie A siiarpless'
Sll.lohti Shaw "
J'i-lltC'harlps (laltonher "
III! Ilenierlrlt crnno "
lit I'eter llower "
" I )
" II Ki
" 1 ll
llll Win Chapmutl "
rratiklln II I'd
I.- II. HnyriH-k
l is l U'jl'rcek 'J II
am II. Knrne.
ICO .lueob Vnjilo
uWlll l II 1 li 11 II I 11 I I i(is
tjfii .laikson A. Walls
lit Mary Allen
III Win Illnnr
lilt l'.d ward l'in-MT
MlCdio Wi aver
irl lless A-Holder
111 John K. K'eelor
117 HaMil lllshllno
117 .lames llo.l ninn
li I less, Hnm .V l'orsy
ill) .lames llolslon
nil C rus Lalrd'H l'.st.
I II. Mllhelm's IM.
lit Ad nn Wclllver
Itm Wm cliutnborltn
17 .Ineksou II ddo
A hr Welsh
.'vl .lohu l'o.
KW sclmylir A Waller
III Mlctinil Kreslrr
lml .lolm Cosper's Hst.
IM Cole .lohn
.Vt John 1'olk
117 .lolm C. I lull
", K" 1'oltv lless (ivl.Iowi
lml Henry Holder
Hit Chillies .Mullloy
" 2 Sn
sutinrioaf n in
w unsi:ati:i r.ANiHioi: coi.f.Miii.v ci.
i...,.fil,U-to the oi'o KlnllH ofnn Act of Alt.
si.,lilv otttlllod nil Ael, illieetlmr Iho mode ol
U..IU,,,, uti.oiitf d lauds for laes and for oilier
purposes pass-oil tho 1 1th day of Match lsl'i, and
ihe lnilher supplements thereto passed on Uio.
Hill day or .Man li lsi? anil inosjiu nay oi .union
l'.'l.iuid Iho Dili ilnv or . March lsl7, Iho Treasuior
of (.;olituihla county lieiihy elves nottie to all
persons enneiclieil ineiein tnai nniens me i nun
ly, Il'iail. Sehool, 1'oor, ISoutity and stalo Tnxe.
,fn.i n.n ii.Ui.uhivt I'm ts of unseated lauds sit
il Hi' ill l olunihlaoounty, nto inld lH'lirpliod.iy
of sale, Iho whole or such palls of each traitns
sold at Iho Cotirl House lu Iho lown of lllooms-!.-..
i '..it ii l v of Coliimliliion the Mh ol .lune. W,s,
wl lliav l ie oiHis ciiai iitaiiio uieieoii, in no
and loooutlnue lo ndJouinine.it limn day today
lor at i caramon oi iaes uuo snio von in v i me
1..,- ne...!!, .1 on ouch Mai 1 resnei tlelv.
A'o. " Arri
lIVfr;i'cr5 ur Ou'iirrn.
.lohu .1. KmiiH
t'oluiiiMii Coal A lion Co,
Saiah A. Cofriiian
.Mil 11 A, Coal
.M'liowcll Ititli nhotive A.
C ith.illliL' Nn
rail 1 A pph
HiHiineJ HI mlc
Wllllnm .1. Ilrtlaln
Wm. Ij. Trens
Win, H. Hit it min
s, T. Ilcadly
.It 1)111 1'itrl.crnon
Ahtntuim I It put
.lite- .1) siller
VoKt IM IMJ
,Ii-m ph Mai lihoiiM
.lohu II. Kiilt
m. Minunon I
fieo, Jtlt kham
'Ihos It llllu'lnirr
T. lhMim"(i. W.(Iri'iioiiih"
1 liusinn n v :i r r 11 it a r ni :i
i:ih-iick( r ltitmham
.lo.slma Lie u m
1 ..r mvji imm
jMitah Conner'H Jstati
M. I,. l!i own
J, S. llrobM
.1, T. rineher
IMiJah lleynold A Un,
Oco. j. rullmcr
.1, X. J 01 ics
Wm, llneknh'wK labile
1'ieiis A Iloil'iiuin
Samuel J. 1'ohU r
Oeo. I 'on b r
Win. Kobhlna .V Co.
V, 8hot(.vA Kelt htn 1
0 uis li, While
.lohn 1!. hlmU.
V. H. Ai phmau
M, Applt mnn
.Nathan Ca 111 pin II
II, W. M-ltejuoUU
II, 1, M'llttdu
.Miuy .Miit "(iuciuauh"
Thos llustttu "
Pnulel itei'he "
.hiry JUultui "
1 huilotiu Uti&tnn 14
M 51 Jl r N A M ( I K 11 A
'I liumns Uustiiu "
JianU'l lvnn "
Mary Ittulan "
Churlollu Uustaii "
.lohu Hv) nhhU "
.lohu nnd Jos Uhoads
NuiiKCMBcr A HoluahT
Hainuet 1'aik'N I'M.
HaiiU l.l Jwiao Yttler
J 1 rineher
110 Miller dee'd.
Haululhhuinuu th e'd,
K nl '.HO
j 5 nf aw
J5 or ai
!; nr 11m
4 nt swi
10 MlelmtUlrover 01
Si .latiKw l!eretl' Wi, X "A
Jeremiah llnjrenhuch 7
8 Hfllilliel CleUlltitf U
M John Mellelc 2 m
3,1 Oeo llldley l 111
?iM William Itoil'nmii m l)
y, j i iaoiis :'i 11
IPO Wm WMcnhamer an VI
fi Hylfler Healh .1 i"l
k.i ,Uh Ickart , t Vs M)
Mn) Tliomns llenlleld 7 :o
IVUrlhiehner .1 OH
(in Thomas ItaniM -1 iv
m en lie win l' M
im John llusllti 1 II
Philip Kolb ls;m
UU Istni' i.invlll 7 Ts
M .rneohTrleii ' Ut
m Aiiriihum I lea be r I 1
W Teter Alt lisdi 2 71
flo (Jeuim1 Hints 1 fil
STi Abraham Hhnllz'A IVt 2 TJ
Jaiulinti Kt-eler .11
I) Hu-Muel l'rltJS I V2
31 WlU.1 Hl'KH . .1:11
lyi .lames Itm knlew Is in
to Mrnel Cop l h)
75 MaryCii'tard 7 :ll
m Daniel lAeltnilt II 1KI
,Vt O1-0 (letirlmrt 7 W
ill". IlobettOrav I'MH
'ST, (io-e's lis t IU !H
III Anlhoiiy Oearhart II 'JI
axt Wm Ocarha-l l'l rt)
ftl l'ollv Hess Widow ft1
81 Abraham K I Ino 'J 71
20t) HoUtI .Montgoiiiery 1 Vt t" .m
Snn .... j , .)
HI lunlrl .1 .M'Hrnry tt '"i
Vt Abraham Yon" h
Apill JAUlll Yolli:, Treastirt 1,
) H ( I' O S A Ii 8
Aie 1 tn lied for Ihe erection, nt H, , corner of
Main and Market streets, liloomsbum, of u brUk
bulhllnu 111x71 feet and H feet hluli, with Mnn
ward mot, iindeellnrn. l'lie first story lolm tin-
("lied ill rstore. lliv ecouii 111 11 low n 111111 una
Iho third, lu ruoms. Hoof of si itound Uu,
Hrpauile )n-opos'il mnj he mndo for cicttvuthn
nnd (ifi(Oi-t UrlcK'ivork, u-noil'Unrk, jHttntimj
nnd ftoxlin mid ronjUuj, IMatis mny bo enm In-
I'd nlicr lliu JM nay oi , pi n, 11 1 uiu umvu m 1
,1, (J, l-'ieee.
lMtol'oiAt.S tf ttho be Tccciirfl vntd the Mh thui
r.f 4iprif, for tho puiehasu nnd rcmowu of the
ui.iluiUKs now upon saiw 101. auiiii'm
- jiUlKllllK . iiiniiiiiiec,
Maich 27, s-t. llhionisburg, 1', O,
1 Jn tho Common I'lens or
I Columbia county, l'l, I'n.
( No. ytliee,!!, 17,on l.lto
JAtnlJ Hon 3IN,
I'i. lint it.' a. IsT.S oti tnnl Ion of Jnhli (1. I'rrr?o tin'
riri"n.,Ady. 'Uio t'ouit outer mdlcoof thonppll-
canon ior 1 c.uiuioui i,xpuuii un me uou v ui oo
oiibllnhtdin ono newsraner. lor threo wieks pri
or to May T. lMis Application will bo made In
UlMKUieiim 1I1C IllllVf. IVWIIHil m.
- i,ii.i-ti ttn nr.! ffstnto or Itciftid.int In tho
leal estnio leiitd and eoiidemnod by liluo ol
iiutnliiio l'l. I'n. ot which amillcatloii tho sa il
Jacoli llollman, llin Ijefendiiiiils requested to
in ltd liotirt-' : (.iimiii ii. i itii u.i., i m n.,..u
(.'cttineu nom me lieecirus, .jiis.,i;uoi.i.MA.,
Maich 7,'o-lt. rrothonotary.
ri U V A Ji m i: It SI
t'Aiii ic ula.u iuura.il n ui,liu,i,
1 A C I V 1 c a U A X o.
Till: ATTKN'TIO:; of rarmcrs nnd other eoii-
Mimers ol Kertlll.eis is Invited to this tltmno, us
woithy of I heir spiclal not lee. Jt use for Newr
nl yiatH lu Mar land, Virginia and other South-I't-ti
Hlntps. lornll crons. liiiH L'lven it a htaiulmd
iharacler lor excel Icneu umqualleil by any oth
er. It possesses nil thu ijulvkuesH ol i'uiiiluu
tiiifuio w itii pcimaiuui qiimuus not louiui 111
that article. -V) IK. of this (iu.iuo mo tuund
moro than trp.iai lu w uh. vi lliu hest nuper-
ihoviiiintes. It Hpetis llie uiieiil eiop liom live
o s ven ilnK eiulicr than tho lhoMihatc. which
f.ut alone ulves It incalculable advantages. I,lb-
i raldUcoiint to dealers, for Halo by
jiniN s. uixhi: .v co.,
(it. net til A hi tits lor 1'aclllc Ouaiio I "o.,
,s oulh Hel.tw.'iio Ac., I'lillad'a
Ami 71 hotitllKUeit lLilllntole.
lujoMsiiruii MTi:iiAHY ixsTrrrri:.
r.oAUU OP IXSTItt'fTIOX.
U'.NIIV CAnVHIt, A. M., riinel)..il nn I l'i.,
prletur, l'nife.sor if rhll(sephy, Ac.
Miss Sarah A. Caner, I'teeepliesx,
I'n nch, lioiany
Isaac O. l!el, A. I'.,
riofeiisor of Ancient Languages
ChatloK H. lliee, A. It.,
rrofoHi-or of Malln mallei.
V. M. llaten.
Teacher of liook-kee) ln A KiirIMi l-mnclies.
Miss Allen M.I'HUtr,
Teacher nl lustiuim ut.il Mutle,
Teacln r of Vocal Minle.
MKs Julia finest,
Teusht r In 1'iliiituy Ikpnitmeiit,
'imim nces April 11th, l-tls.
OTH I. TO TAX.lAYi:ilS!
Xollcti U lierebv j:l(n, Hint the uudcisltfiieil,
Assessor of I he f'.th Dlslilcl nl 1. nnv 1 iinlii u 111
ho Id Colli ts of Appeal for the com it ion of eiio
lieoni l..vess!H lltM ut his Olllee 111 llloomsbUKi,
nn 'luesday, WtdntHdiiy nti'l Hiuisdiy, A pi it
-Mil, -M'UI, J"li".
All uppi alt must be lu wilt Inland should spi -Ify
Iho p.ttlcuhircauc, matter, or thlnii,resH t
lug which a decision Is lequevlid, nnd shall stale
the Kiouiidor )rlnclple ol error complained of.
Appeals may be inailc at theolhte ot tho As
sessor nt any I lino previous lo (he days nbor
llxcd for healing appeals,
iJS If any p. rou llaltle tn Income lav, or u u
Inae.inlatieH, wntclu'sand other nitlelcs liable
utl'ler win tlule A ol the Kxelso law, havo not 1 1
leportcd, Ihey aie lnuhy uotlllid to do so n
once or become liable to Iho jH'iially. It is the
duty of iery ono amenable to the law lo mI.
the Ahhcssoi of his lUstrlct.aud inalce his ictui u.
ItOlIllHT P. CinilK,
Assessor lutli lUslikt, IV nn a.
Assrasnu'H Oi fii i:, i
IthMunsburtr, l'a., April 1,16.
Montour Aim ileu i, llrtuttoul Aryut, Xitllt
Uttl (hunt Jifiiitu i ttt. unit i'immiiii Ih mm i nt.
QI'1 l'Tili'-NDSA XKW Fltli:.l)S,
'I fits WAV It
A. irmliunu'ti now Ktorc llimiiis on Main St.,
M, Ac, m:
Also, a new ninl aronl nipiily nr M'OVKS A.N'U
TI,NVAIU Iliilni:srtiuiil a u-rll'knnwn an-t
hiiprtlnr viahiaau, Is ih-uuiI lu innlio ln-u
wuilc, ami ropalilnu Innulcr,
SI'OUTINd MAIIli'IO or.IIKlt.'
Allasolionji fur cash nrtrailo as Iho t-licnpi'vl.
Call amine, l''lrhl stnionu west i-nil nl himth
Main HI. A. HAItT.MAN.
April 10, 'H.
UTUAL IJFK IXSUltAXCK CO.,
or n i:w vouk.
OiosH AssolH IVh. 1, MiS Jiv'tl'Vil'1 ''
Income lor J-?i.7 ii.'Mi.is.'i na
Hlvklend Ud Policy hohieiM lu ls07. LV"tt,'U7 Ni
Irfirtfcst Mutual Conijiaiiy lu thu world.
Ittiliictlmi of Hates.
John (i. nM:i:zn, Awnt.
Maitli 3)V-lf, Uloomsburtf, I 'a.
1 lie uiiilei-slunod would i ft per llully fnfoi in t in
cttUuix of lllonmsiaimand iclnlty, Ihat lie has
JiiHt opeiit d a shop on I inn Strict, hLtwicii Main
and llilid, wlieie hi will follow the cabinet ma
kliiK btisini'Mt In all Its burnt hen. Old oik lor
MHTALLIC OH OTIIKK COlTlNH
tilled with promptness nnd despatch, llcpalis
tlieaply inado toall Liiulu of luiulluie, luctud
lm; tlio uplaltlnnot caiio-bottoincd chairs. .
tciiiK ioriasiintis lnndo neatly and e.)u dltlous.
ly, nnd oulcisuie solicited elilu r lu pi rsnnor by
mall, I'icture names mini.' lonider al short no
tice. hoiu:ut no ax.
"roTicu-: to (.okijKotoiw.
Nottcolheribj mHiii lothoCollectornofKlatu
nnd Couuty Tux us lot thu county of Columbia,
tn pay into the Tic usury of said County, thohal
anco of their duplicate on or htforo tho next
May 'lerm of Couit, or proper legal proceedings
will havo to ho lesorledto for tho collection of
hostime. Jons '. I'dwli it, "i
MONTftOM Fit v Colf, U'oin'rs.
Attest Hvviii YrA(ii;i:, j
Wm. Krkkhaum. Apill JOcs.
A DMlX.STHATOir.S XOTIUK.
XV. IsrTK of I'l.IKH IAM..MN, PITKASI 1,
l.iltetH ot ndiiilnihttntloii on tho estate ot Tr
ier Ia11iiiiiii, lale of Scott township Columbia
county, dccitised, hao he u Kranted by the Iku
Isli r ol said i tiimty tu John K. (hot, ol lUomn
hum, All )iersous having clalins ot detnanl
nalnst the eslnle nf the di redt id are icqiiestnl
to make Hum known, uud thosn huh bled i
innko jKijiiuul. JOHN K OUOT.,
iatavissa inuix.ii: co.,
'Tho I'm sldt ut ui.d Munaie n of thu Cniuwlsui
llrhlite Co,, this day ihelaied a divldi ml on tin li
Cupltuls oikor: percent, (7.1 per share, puyu
ble tn the sine ic-hnhk i'i. or I heir leirul it-ni mill-
latlr. JOHN HlAlll'LrS
CattawlMsa Apill (1,
ATAWISSA 111U DO K CO.,
at the ImusiMif .J.'ll.klslfi'i-, lm-nllh-i'rs of t'ala
wlMti llililuo i'n,, lor Iho tiiKiilau yrnr.
April 10,'wl.ill. Ktii'Iiu.
J" O T I C K.
'Iho undeisl'riicd. ono of ( h.i Pitoi Ovi rsi r of
Sco U Township, would notify tho puhllu that lie
hits nt pionent under Ills t haik'e, two istji nmla
hl,iiyei fiomsevtn to leu yearn, whom hu wish
ih to hind out lu homo suitable person or person.
oscau i i:xi
A jlTicrXUH OK JOIUMUNTINO
XV nently execiiteil ot TilK Couimhun hteatn