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THE COLUMBIAN, BLOOMSBUHG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
kuidav jiuihni.no, apiui. i, 1HBV.
TIIK COI.UM1I1AN lm the Largvut
Vli-rnlstlou In Colnmlitn nml adjoining
imntlrt of ttypmr published her, aiut
U Uo much larger iheel than any nf
ltacotemnrarle ami la Iherefforr the liml
tuedlnm for mtverllitntf In' thl lertlon of
Now and Then.
" Wur.N a I'rosldcnt tf the United
Mlntts tlpllbemtiMy ox himself Ui to
oppose? tho policy nml nets of Coiihtlw,
it in iiiuu to scum w'ik (-iivi-riii
" An Kxecutlvu lias no rlylit to mil
Innto unci tittcniDt to curry out n policy."
''Tin1 sooner Andrew Johncon bo put
out of tho way tlio better."
Wu ilnd the iibove quoted sentence
In IN John's Republican of nt week.
Wo desire our readers to nee how differ
ently Pnlcinon reasoned when he held mi
ofllce under Johnon.In n letter toSocreta
ry McCulIoch written in February 1800,
this two-faced scribbler Who says "tho
President has no right ton policy," nnd
that "Andrew Johnson should ho put
out of tho way," (doe-t lie want him
"The ehargo that I mn opposing the
President Is unfounded nnd false. I
am tho editor nnd publisher of thu lh
publican at this place tho only t nlon
paper here. From tho time of the Bal
timore Convention of which I was n
member, and supported Mr. Johnson
to this tlmo I have taken a bold and
outspoken position In favor of Andrew
.Iolm?on, as tho tiles of my paper will
abundantly prove: when others ma
ligned nnd abused him, I stood by. de
fended nnd supported him."
In n subsequent letter, written after
the President had broken with Con
gress, defined his policy, nnd mado his
celebrated 22d,Fcbruary speeeh.of Palo-
mon acnln wroto to McCulIough, and
sent him nnd tho President a copy of
his wiper In which ho fulsomely eulo
gized both. Wo givo the letter entire :
" Sir: I onclos&you a copy of my Is
.up n t Hit week. I hnvo llkewlio ad
ilrpasnl nronv to tho President. You
will sco that the ehargo that I am oppo
sing him Is false. If I am sustained by
vnnrself and tho President. If tho pat
ronage Is not taken from in and given
,(o those who oppose u, we shall be
nlilo to make our vigorous Cnlon organ
ization n unit nnd triumphantly sustain
the Administration. Itespeclfully
Mar. 2i,'0U. Assessor 13th Hist. Pa."
N'ow, Uadiculs of Columbia County,
how do you like the consistency of your
leader, of tho man who guide, ill
rrcts and owns you, and who Is so rap
idly making the party hero "a unit?"
No wonder a Radical Senate spurned a
man who could.thus fawn at the foot of
power for the sake of retaining a petty
Mn. Hr.i:oni:it has been heavily as
sailed becanso, nt n public meeting In
Xew York City some tlmo since, he
spoko well of tho personal character of
General Lee. what will tneso assail
ant say about the opinion of Mr. Lin
coln upon Lee, and especially when
they get that opinion froi.- a source they
must credit so unquestioning!, viz., n
colored woman. Mrs. Ueckley, the col
ored servant of Mr. Lincoln's family,
says that on tho very morning of the
assassination President Lincoln took
up n portrait of General Lee, scanned
the faro thoughtfully, and said: "It Is
a good face j it is tho face of a noble,
noble, brave man. I am glad tho war
is over at last." Looking up at Ids sou
Robert, ho continued : "Well, my son,
you have returned safely from tho front.
The war Is now closed, nnd we will
soon live in peaco with tho brave men
that havo been fighting gainst us. I
trust that the era of good feeling has
returned with tho close of tho war, nnd
that henceforth wo shall live in peace."
Were President Lincoln not dead, ho
would, for such taylngs and thoughts
aa these, lie denounced as a first-class
double-dyed traitor by tlioo who havo
now tho hypocrisy to'pretend reverence
for his memory.
Violations of common decency
have ceased to be rare occurrences with
radical politicians and partisans. Hut
one of tho most flagrant Instances wo
have recently noticed Is the action of
thu Republican members of tho Penn
sylvania Legislature, in getting up an
application for tho appointment of Mr.
Stanton to ho Secretary of tho Treasury
under the Presidency of Mr. Wndo.
Wo havo heard of getting up nifties for
the clothes of u man on trial for mur
der, nnd this Is only parallel wo can
think jf to tho transaction of which wo
speak. It assumes a good many things
which nnybody but Pennsylvania poli
tical would liesltato about tho Presl
dent's conviction nnd riuovnl from of
fice to begin with: and to mnko the
performance still inoro repulsive, this
application Is sent to Mr. Cameron, one I
oi uio i-ciinyivunia senators, ono oi
tho jurors who nro to decide the que-
Hon of the President's guilt!
How comes on the Congressional In
vestigation Into what Mr. Justice Field
said nt thodluner-tnblo lu Washington
about the constitutionality of tho Re
construction nctuV Why does tho Com-
inltteo trifle thus with tho sncrcd inter
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inentous inquiries which it was ordered
to maku.lnto tho mattery
of tho Supremo Court to understand
that tho country Is losing Its Interest
In this matter, and that they will bo al
lowed to Indulge In dlnner-tablo con
versation hereafter1 with Impunity?
Aro they nt liberty to Infer that Con
gress has abandoned Its system of hav
ing their prlvnto actions watched aud
their words taken down? Has tho vig
ilance of that body relaxed and grown
fatigued? Or can thoy only attend to
ono "great criminal" at a tlmo?
Tin; Philadelphia election cases havo
been finally decided, Although the
Judges wore Radicals of tho deepest
dyo, tho Loyal League expended Its
money llko water, tho partisan police
employed especially to hunt up evi
dence for tho contestants, tho caso sig
nally failed, and thu gallant Democratic
soldiers elected by tho peoplo of Phila
delphia tlx mouths ago, hnvo been
awarded their offices. Tho party which
resorts to such mean tricks must bo
Till trial of Jeff, Davis will cerlulnly
occur nt thy May term of tho United
fitntuu Circuit Court In Virginia, to
which tlmo It Wfti recently postponed,
us Chief Jusllco Ch'iio has mado all tho
nocei-sary nrrnngemcnts to bo pro-out
then, provided of cour&o, tho impeach
ment trial does not last ton long, which
ii not probable,
Tin: attempt to repeal the repealing
lawof the session of 180" with regard to
a certain ro.td near (Vntralla on thu
line, between Columbia and Schuylkill
counties, failed In the House of Hepies
cntatlves; thegeiieral bill Increasing tho
bar of County olllceri paed and Is
The hill lo allow the remos'al of the
dead, nnd prohibiting future Interments
In tho graveyard of St.P.tui's I'plscopal
Church in llloomsburg, passed Dually.
It allow! tho removal of the dead, only
so far ns may bo required for tho new
building: The bill relative to tho estab
lishment nf n Law L!b,!iry In Columbia
county parsed lliinlly.
Tin: proposed repeal of the I'lsli law
in re-poets the lower township, win
defeated In the Senate.
lb authorize the vestry of Saint J'aul'e
Episcopal church, Uloomsburg, to re
move bodies from burning ground and
prevent interments therein hereafter .'
Suction 1. Ho It enacted by tho Sen
ate and Ilouseof Representatives of tho
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania In
General Assembly met and It is hereby
enacted by tho authority of tho tame:
That tho rector, church wardens nnd
vestry, of H.ilnt Paul's Episcopal church
llloomsburg, be and they nro hereby
authrolzcd to locate and erect n new
church building, on any part of tho
grounds attached to tho present church
building nnd now used ns a burying
ground, mm lor tnatpurposo to disinter
tho bodies which may bo burled within
the spot so chosen for tho new building
and to re-Inter them In the Mime bury
ing ground attached to the church, or
in n lot to be provided by tho said
church wardens and vestry, in the
Uloomsburg Rosemont Cemetery, nt
tho option of tho said vestry in ns de
cent nnd proper a manner nt tho said
bodies aro now burled, nnd to defray
tho expenses of tho removal, re-Inter-ment
and lot, If ono is purchased, out
of tho building fund nf said church.
Provided. That if tho relatives or
friends of the deceased desire to remove
said bodies, thev shall bo allowed tho
prlvllego upon notice to the said ves
try, ii exercised witmn tnroe wecus ni
ter request by the said vestry, nnd shall
also be nllowed for tho pxpetm of paid
removal nna reinterment a sum not ex
ceeding IH-o dollars for each adult body
nnd three dollars for each infant or mi
nor. And provldod further, That If
the removal by tho friends or tho rela
tives Is not made within the tlmo spec
Hied, or if there bo no known friends
or relatives, It shall be entirely ot life
option of the church wardens nnd vest
ry, to re-Inter the bodies In tho same
buryinsr ground or In tho said Come
tery, except that members of the same
family shall not bo separated.
SIX'. -. 'Flint hereafter the church
wardens nml -vestry of tho said church
may prohibit tho Interment of bodies
in tho burying ground attached to the
saint J'aurs j-.piseopal cnurcli, J'looms.
burg. KLISIIA W. DAVIS
.speaker oi tno House oi itcps.,
' Sneaker of tho Senate.
I Approved tho lilth day of April, A.
I)., ono thousand eight hundred and
sixty-elglit. JUUJN W.UKAKY.
SOMKTIIINOrOK Tin:SlcK. Tliefol
lowing little Item of Interest to thoslck.
or those whoTiurso them, wo find going
tho rounds of the press, and wo give it
for tho benefit of our -Invalid readers
"Frequently wo find sick peoplo whoso
stomachs reject all kind of nourishment
until conditions follow that In mnnv in
stances terminate fatally. In twenty
instances in -which I havo heard tho
popular slek-bed nourishments prescrib
ed nnd rejected by on Invalid's enfee
bled stomach, I havo novcr known tho
slmplo saucer of parched corn pudding
or bowl of gruel refusck. Tho corn Is
roasted brown, precisely ns wo roast
coffee, ground as line as meal in a coffee
mill, nnd mado either into mush, gruel,
or thin cakes, baked lightly brown, nnd
given either warm or cold, clear, or
with whatever dressing tho stomach
will receive or retain. Parched corn
nnd meal boiled in skimmed milk, nnd
fed frequently to children sulTering
from summer diarrhea, will almost al
ways cure, as it will dysentery in ad
ults." Tin: Democrats.at tho recent munici
pal contest in Jersey City, elected Mr.
O'Neill Mayor by eight hundred and
six majority, n gain of ulno hundred
and seventy-one in ono year. Last
year this city went for tho Radicals. jn
llcrgcn, tho Democrats elect soven out
of twelve Aldermen, n gain of six.
Hudson City gives ono thousand major
ity, again of over four hundred. In
Iloboken, thu Democratic ticket was
nNo elected by five, hundred majority, a
heavy gain. In Union, New Jersey, a
Democratic gain was tho result of tho
canvass, us was also tho result in Morris
County. Tho Democrats mado u clean
sweep In Harrison Town-hip, Hudson
County, with tho ticket headed by Dan
iel Capron as Town Clerk. From nil
parts of tho Union the evidences of
popular regard for tho Democratic par
ly nro becoming moro plain nnd point
eil,nnd It is no longer dilllcult to fore
cn-t tho fale nf tho party now ltillni
I Chicago Kixctios. Chicago, April
I 21. Tho election to-day for Judge and
Clerk of tho Recorder's Court, and ono
alderman from each ward, pa-sod off
quietly. The Democratic ticket for
Judge nnd clerk Is elected by a majority
of fivo hundred. At tho election last
November, Osborne, tho Radical candl
dato for County Treasurer, received
vpr four lh(maml mnJorlty
A RIH'L'IILUAN VlCTOKY. It Will
no doubt rejoice somo folks to learn that
tho Radicals hnvo achieved at least ono
victory iccently. In HwliUon county,
Tennes-ee, on Saturday ,nn election was
held for County Commissioners. Tho
Republican caudIdatestwo white man
nnd ono negro, wore elected. Tho
Republican ought to parade Its cannon
AiTKtt the opening of tho Court of
jmpeacimieut, Mr. Sumner offered tho
loiiowing resolution s
"Ordered that tho managers on the
part of tho Houso of Representatives
anil tho counsel for tho respondent hnvo
m.Yu io nio wrmcu or printed argil
tnents before the oral arguments com
This wao Agreed to by n voto of fl to
-u, iur. uuriis counsel lor tno l-resi-
dent announced that Mr. Ktnnshri-v
would Lo unnblo to tnko nny further
puri. in uie prucccuiugs.
"OHDhKfcO lhat ah many oi the uuiu&u.rs liit.l
cuuiikci its may mvaru ut- rwroillUM 1U Jl. wrjl
ten uruuiuvum fir .uMri'xn the Kuuuo nr. illy."
Which being amended by proviso tho
concluding oral argument bh.tll bo made
by only ouo Manager ns provided in tho
21st rule was adopted by a voto of 28 to
At 12.50 M. llrotkui'll rmiiincnui-il
hU argument which lasted till 1 o'clock
when ho yielded to u motion to adjourn
stating that ho would occupy about ouu
hourunduhulf to-morrow. Tho Court
imiiiixiiateiy after thu Senate, then nd
Vt'AUMXOTON, Apltt 10.
riti: ltuin couivroi impuAcumuxt.
Tin: Schhto-resumed Its session nt
noon to-day. Mr Sumner offered a re
solution providing In substance for tho
admission of nil testimony offered on
either sidcuiotinvini in charncicrjwiiii
out obcctlon, Senators to give duo con
sideration, Ac, to the same In mak
ing up their verdict. A motion to lay
tho proposition on the tnble prevailed
by u largo majority. Mr. Fvnrls, of
counsel, then stated tint Mr. Sluuberv
was still unable to bo present, inougn
Mr. Curtis then called waiter w. lox,
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gentleman was examined with referenco
to his connection wmi mo m-siucm, ns
attorney In the matter of Instituting le
gal proceedings to tcsl'tho right of Mr.
Stanton to hold thoolllco of Secretary of
War. contrary to thu will oi tno incen
tive. Ills testimony, wns'vcrv Impor
tant, completely refuting tho allegation
of "criminal Intent" on tho part
of tho President lu the removal of
Stanton, showing what steps were taken
to bring ino matter uetoroa juuiciai tri
bunal for oxanilnatlon nnd declslon,nnd
how that design was frustrated by the
action of tho partisan Judge who pro
sides over tho Supremo Court of the
District of Columbia. On cross exami
nation, Mr. lltttler endeavored to break
tho force of tho witness' testimony by
asking a number ot questions concern
ing thu suspension or abandonment oi
tho proceeding against Stanton In the
nature nf a ouo warranto. Mr. Cox an
swered frankly, and to tho point, and
when no icit tno stand tno important
fact that tho President had, on tho 22d
of February last,eniplnycd him to Insti
tute legal proceedings against Stanton,
ilutler rciientedlv endeavored to shut
nut tho answers of Mr. Cox to tho ques
tions oi tno l'resideiu's counsel, and to
that end ho raised all torts of technical
objections, and for tho purpose of hear
ing nimseii speaK, argued mem nt
length. When submitted lo tho Senate.
howcver,they were Invariably admitted
by n small majority.
tho noxi witness was Air. it. i. Jior
rick. also of tho Washlnt'ton liar, nnd
counsel for General Thomas, When that
gentleman was arrested on a warrant
based on Htanton's auidavit. Air. Aicr
rlek's testimony was likewise Impor
tant, eonurming to n very great extent
tho evidence of Mr. Cox, with whom ho
co-operated when General Thomas was
bcioro .luugu Lamer. Thoy (vox and
Merrick) were both seeking to reach the
same result, viz : to put thu casein such
n position as would enable them to test
tho riuht of Stanton to hold tho War
Office, after having been ordered by the
President to surrender it to General
Thomas. Mr. Merrick detailed at length,
and lu u remarkably clear and concise
manner, ino proceedings wmcu iuok
phico beforo Judge Cartter, on the 20th
of Februnrv last, and established In
evidence a fact which was hitherto well
known, that General Thomas was dis
charged from custody on that day. sole
ly to prevent a snecilv Judicial decision
on Stanton's right to act as Secretary of
war, niter having been removed ny or
der of thu President of tho United States.
Mr. Ilutler, realizing tho forco of the
testimony ol .Messrs. uox, and AlerncK,
nnd stung, by tho overrulina of his ob
jections thereto, undertook to bully thu
last named gentleman, on cross-examination.
Mr. Merrick being a lawyer,
however, ami a very good one, answer'
ed several of liutler's truest inn bv tell
lug him that ho didn't recollect, etc.etc.
Finally, Ilutler discovered ho could
mako nothing by attenintinir to cross
examine the witness, and told him that
he "would not tax his want of recollec
tion nny longer." This provoked u
slight laugh, but it wascvldcntthat the
"Massachusetts pettifogger" had been
tripped up foroncoat least. It should
havo been stated In order that during
Mr. Merrick's testimony, Ilutler, who
had objected to it several times, and
each tlmo had his objection overruled,
arose and stated that tho managers desir
ed to clear their sklrtsof tho Introduction
of that class of testimony : that bei Ilut
ler) wished it understood that it was
admitted under tho ruling of the Chief
Justice. This declaration' produced
quito a sensation for n moment, but tho
Chief Justice immediately turned tho
Joko by stating that the testimony was
ununited under tne ruling oj me isenuie.
uuticr sat down us quicK as though he
had been knocked on tho head with a
Unon tlio conclusion of Mr. Merrick's
testimony, tho counsel of tho President
called Mr. K. O. Perrin, of Now York,
and that gentleman soon appeared anil
was sworn, viiorino usual introduc
tory questions, Mr. Curtis asked the
witness who had sworn to having, in
eompAiiy with Hon. Mr. Selye, of New
xoric, uau an interview with tho 1'rcsl
dent on tho 21st of February last what
tho President said on that occasion with
reference to the removal of Mr. Stanton.
and the designation of General Thomas
to act as Secretary of War ad interim ?
This proof was oll'ered in order to show
the J'resuient's intent in tno matter ol
Hint removal on tho day it was made
It was objected to, however ; argued at
length on each side, and finally ruled
out by tho Senate. During tho argu
ment, Mr. ilutler availed hlm.'elf of tho
opportunity to read a brict (.omnium
cation, which, ho said, might ns well bo
admitted In evidence, if tlio testimony
propo-ed by tho President's counsel was
numissiuie. ino document purported
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in iui,u i-i..mi.iii'u jiu.u ll.u j,iv.Vt,
and contained theso words: "Uutler.
nronaro to meet voui- God." When It
was read, u general outburst of laughter
aroso from tho Hoot- and tho galleries.
Tho significant cnlstlo Is said huvo been
gotten mi bv u lively newsiianer corres
pondent here, who had no Idea that
Ilutler was -o stupid as to rend It in tin)
niKNi;y dinks the imi-kachhus.
An owning paper announces that -Mr.
.1. W. Forney, proprietor of "two pa-
l.frs. hnlh 1 1 !l i I V- ' ttni .-iniii'i.hiri. it ,hn
united States Senate, dined tlio House
managers ot tho impeachment con
spiracy," nnd a number of Radical
Senators at bis residence, on Capitol
Hill, last evening. It Is not known
whether tho patriots'?) thcroa-sembled
took n voto on tho nuestlon nf "culllv
or not guilty" under thu eleven articles.
Wahhinoto.v, April 17.
Tin: imi,i:aciimi;.nt tiiiai..
Tin: Cotirtoneued. mill lhi first Ihlni-
iv uiu was 10 administer a nr.tod and
-evero rebuke to Mummer Ilutler. It
originated with tho Radicals and was
lia-sed UV tho llatllcals. Sennlnr IVn-v
aro.-o lu his place and oll'ered an older
reciting mat tneroappeared in proceed
ings of tho Senato of yesterday, as pub
lished In tho Gtoieol'thB morning, cer
tain tabular statements which were not
spoken lu tho couro of tho argument of
Mr. Manager Uutler yesterday, there
fore It was ordered that such tabular
btntcmcnts bo omitted from tho publish
ed leport under tlio direction of thu
Senate. Ilutler attempted to oxplalu,
when Senator Hendrlcksaskcdif it was
proper for Ilutler to attack, thu Secre
tary of the Treasury, and whether It
was in t.io power of any Senator to de
fend that officer in this court. Tho
Chlof-Justico said unless tho Senator
objected, ho thought tho Munagcr
should proceed with his explanation,
Mr, Ilutlur then said that hu did not
attack thu Secretary of thu Treasury, but
tho Kxecutlve. llu thought It dim to
tho Senators that tho tabular statement
should appear. Senator Anthony nsk
ed If by unanimous consent Senator
Hendricks could mako a defence of tho
Secretary of the Treasury, Senator Ed
munds objected and thu order of Sena
tor Ferry was then adopted and Ilutler
was rebuked, as far us it lay lu tho pow
er of tho Senato to rebuke hl.n, for his
violent and insolent liarauguu of ves.
terd.iy. Tho evldenco for tho defenco
was then resumed, and, for thu most
part beforo tho recess, was conllnid to
St. Louis nnd ..lowland Journalists who
testified in inch Instance that they wur.u
personally uuaro that Mr, Johnson
spoko with reluctnuco at thosu places,
anil that thero were dlscrepanclcH in
what was published and what ho uctu
ull.v said on thu occasion of thosncechcH.
A buzz of excitement ir.n through thu
galleries that called for suppression
Irom Iho gavel of tho Chief-Justice, ns
Mr. Frederick W. Seward was called
and took tho stand. Tho curiosity of
hundreds who had never seen tho vic
tim of tho assassin Payne, was for tho
moment gratified, If ono may Judgo
from tho lorgnettes which were levelled
nt tho distinguished witness. His lev
llniony wns brief and related to the
mode of making ad interim nppolnl
lnunts. Secretary Welles was then call
ed nnd testified that It wns nt his sug
gestion, and owing to rumors which he
had heard, that the President sent
for General F.innry to Inquire relatlvo
to tho alleged distribution of troops
about February 21. This evidence, with
that of others, has wholly destroyed the
theory of tho conspiracy of forco char
ged In tlio Impeachment articles. Mr.
Kvarts then Muled that ho proposed to
provo by tho witness that nt tho Cabin
et meeting of tho 21st of February Iho
President communicated to Mr. Welles
and other members of tlio Cabinet thu
fact that ho had removed Mr. Stanton
and appointed General Thomas Secre
tary of War adtnterim; that Mr. Welles
then Inquired whether GcncrnlThomns
wits In possession of tho office. Tho
President replied that ho was; that 5lr.
Welles Inquired rut thcr If Mr. Stanton
acquiesced: that tho President replied
that ho did and that nil ho required
was time to remove his papers. Ilutler
objected to this evidence being put In,
and In thoeoursoof his argument main
tained that it proved that the President
had acted lu tho removal of Stanton
without consulting his Cabinet. Mr.
Evarts. In his reply, said that tho testi
mony did not show that tho President
had not pioviously consulted with his
Cabinet in regard to this Mop, but that
ho at this time communicated to them
the fact that It had been taken. After
elaborate argument, pro and con., dur
ing which Uutler behaved himself very
decently, tho Chief-Justice decided that
tho evldenco was admissible. Drake,
of Missouri, ut unco appealed, but tho
jniei-Jiisiico was sustained uv twenty
six to twenty-three, nnd Mr. Welles re
plica aairmaiivciy io an ot ino inquir
ies thus submitted by tlio defence, air.
iivarts then proposed to snow that
when tho Civil Tenure-of-Olllce net was
passed by Congress, thu Cabinet,
Stanton ol course included, unanimous
ly decided it to bo unconstitutional nun
that Secretaries Seward and Stanton
were selected to draft thu veto incs-age
of tho Mime. A longdlscus-lon on the
admissibility of this evldenco then .oc
curred. It was so evident that it
would bu admitted and Stanton's
treachery hIiowii up, that the impeach
ers moved to ndloimi bo as to caucus
against It, nnd as It was late, they secur
ed their motion.
man coina-or imimiauiimk.nt.
Thu 'ilocccdino of thu ben.tte lo ii
uienced yesterday h.v an clalxiralo in-
jninieiii. Irom Air. Mummer Wilson lu
op'icjsitlon to the admission of tjeeietu
ry Welles' testimony (otfered the iue
vions afternoon) in repaid to what took
nuco lu C-tljinet mccllmr over thu"teii-
ure-of-oillce" bill when llrst tent to the
President (relniary 1807). Tho ariu
na-nt of Mr. Wiluon was read from
uiauusciiiit, and evidently in-eparcd
Willi care. Wilson's urnimieiit, was re
plied to by Judu Curtis in a brief but
exccemmriy lorciuie sneceii. Tho Llilel
Justice said that In his judgment tho
eviuonco was aumsiuie; nut iiowaru
demanded the yeas and nays on the
question of adiulttlii!! it, which bein
ordered, resulted, yeas 2u, nays -'J. So
the testimony was ruled out. This in
the opinion of tho "impeachcrs," was
a great point gained. They knew that
tlio counsel ior thu defense had llvo
Cabinet olllcers present to testify to the
nuvico Which iney gave to tho Presi
dent with referenco to the tenuro-of-of-
lice bill, mid moro than that, to irlvo In
evidence tho Important f.ict that Mr.
stauion, in company wnn tno secretary
of Htate, was selected to prepare tho ve
to message on that lniamous measure.
Tho next point of tho 1'rc.sident's coun
sel was to show tho opinion of tho Cabi
net olllcers on tlio effect nnd scope of
tho "lenure-of-ofilce" law. after Its en
actment, anil that ill (ho Judgment of
uvery ono of tlicm, it did not protect
those members of tlio Cabinet appoint
ed by Mr. Lincoln. Alter a brief dis
cussion thu Chief Justice ruled tho tes
timony admissible, but tho Missouri
urtiKo uawieti out "yens unit nays," aim
thereupon the question was submitted
to tho fcienntc, and ruled out by a voto
(i to z.. Tho uelento then endeavored
to show by tho witness that between
tho dato of tho pas-age of tlio tenure-of-olllco
act and tho issuing of tho or
der for tho removal of tilauton, tho Miid
act, ns affecting the public service, had
lrequcntiy been tno sttiiject ot uauiuei
consultation, anil that it had been agreed
between the President and tho mem
bers of tho Cabinet that tho question of
Its constitutionality should bo tried In
tho court as soun as a proper caso could
be mado up. Pending tho dlscu-sion
on the admission of this testimony,
Senator Henderson propounded to the
managers thu extraordinary question
relating to tho admissibility of the evl-
deiKeln mltlgatlonof thealleged oll'enso
committed by tho President iu the re
moval of Stanton. Uutler answered
tho inquiry in his usual way, and a
voto was then taken on tlio admission
of tho testimony, which was ruled out
ny uu to iu. (secretary wciles was at
terwards allowed to answer .some ques
tions relative to tho Emory matter, and
was very rudely cross-examined by
Uutler with reterence thereto. Tho
next witness was his son, Edgar Welles,
Chief Clerk of tlio Navy I'epaittnenl,
who was examined with reterenco to
tho sumo matter, after which PosiinaS'
er-Uenonil Il.ind.ill was c.illod and ex
amined in regard to lliei-.-uiocatorsiis
pension of 1-V.tci- lilodgett, lalo lt.uli
cal Postmaster at Augusta, Uooi-giu.uiul
a witness lor tho prosecution, un cioss
examination Uutler endeavurtd to
make il appear that tlio Postmaster
uencrai nail stispeuiieti niougeii with
out authority of law, and bi c.iue he
had been indicted for taking thu test
oath, whereby (as alleged b thelimnd
jury oi Hicnmonu uotiuty, ueorgu) no
hud committed licilui-.v. and unoii 1 1 1
the order of suspension was Issued. The
witness was about to letiro ftoiu tho
stand, when Senator, hernmn nioiioun
ilcd tu him a question of similar Import
to tho second ono propouudul to Air.
Welles, viz., concerning tho opinion of
tho Cabinet, as to tho ollect and scope of
ino lenuro-oi-oinco" nci, wuetner huh
act applied to members of the Cabinet
who received their appointments from
Air, i.incoiir.' nils iioiutovKieniiy tin
presses Air. Sherman as uno of very
great Importance, and it undoubtedly
Is. Ho Ls on record as havlncr exnreas-
ed the opinion ur strontrer oven. that.
having as u member of tho conference
committee that llnaily agreed to tho
bill as It passed, stated lu open debato
that It did not apply to or tid'ect mem
bers of tho present Cabinet who wero
appointed byMr. Johnson's predecessor,
mn, Dutu is ..iu liu.guugu ui ins proviso
in tho llrst section of the act. Tho
Chief Justice thought tho question ol
-'i.. Dili-Hum. uuiuissiuic, Pill 11 was
ruled out, by 31 to '20. Tho effort, there
fore, to get lu un.v testimony beni-lm?
upon this important point being utter
ly futile, Mr. Evarts wns compelled to
announce that tho case, so far ru ho
Know, was closed on tho nurt of tho do
fense. Mr. E. had nrovlnuslv stniml
that llvo members of tho Cabinet weto
present to testify concerning tho facts
bought to bo Introduced through tho
nurauuiis pin io Air. weiies, nut as thoy
had been ruled out. ho supposed they
wwii "iii-i.meu py inoso rulings.
WAsm.varo.v, April V),
Till' Jill'KACIIMliNT TIIIAI,.
Tun trial was continued In tho Sen
ate yesterday, Mr. Curtis announced
that the evldencu for tlio defence had
all been submitted. Post-mustcr-flrm.
end Hundall was cross-examined bv tho
prosecution, lie submitted a copy of
nil liiillntinnnl f,.i,,t .,,.!, ,ot
.... t.i,.v..v ,ii,t,i ,iiiii3, 1 UDll l
lilodgett, late Postmaster at Augusta,
Oa,. which was alleged to bo the eutiso
ui ins removal irom oiuce. -i no Ainu,
ngera offered to bhow that tho Indict
incut was procured bv tho dlslovul cm.
mil's ol Mr. llloduclt: that ho u-ns -.
moved without hearing, and that tho
action was not reported to tho Senate,
ino ouico iieing nil appointment oi mo
President. Altera lengthy discussion
tho Sennto refused to admit thu evi
dence. Thu Managers oll'ered thu or
der assigning Gen. Sherman to therein
iiii.ui. in in u icpuriiueui ... ...u ..vi nw.-
tic, and ulo tho nomination of Gen,
Sherman and Georgo II. Thomas to
brovct rank, claiming that the-o acts of
tho President wero Immediately con
nected with tho removal of Secretary
Stanton. Tlio evidence was objected to
and after debato tho Senato declined to
receive it. Thu Malingers then announ
ced tho ease closed for the prosecution.
Mr. llotitwell requested nil adjournment
to allow him moro tlmo to prepare tho
closing nrgumcnt for tho prosecution.
Air. Logan nsKca leave to lllo bis argu
ment, which ho snld was already prin
ted. An order was submitted to allow
tho Managers and counsel to lllo their
arguments, but objection being mado
tho order went over for future consider
ation. On motion of Mr. Johnson, the
Court adjourned to Wednesday.
Wl.f.ii per liiisl.cl
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r our iirr hnriol
i in low
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Kliles nml tshnulikTM
lint tier nounil
Hemlock hnnrils ncr tl.ouiuntl fori $11 O)
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Shinnies, No, 1 por thousand
Milling " " ft
.No. I Kculi'll 1'lK
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TlICHSMAY, April 23 1S0S.
Xnrtl.wostcl li Miperlluoiit 37.no 8.2-j
Nciitlmrstvrn t-Mrn ,llt (U"i
Northwestern lii.nl ly U.5iliiSl 1AI
IVnnivlMinln ...til Western su.t tlltiii... 7,.ri0it tl.mi
IViimvlviiiilu nnj WVslein extru S.j.lffiS!..7'i
HUM .Minn, inn. IH-Mi'ril ...Hilly II.IAHgilll
Pi nni Iviinlu inn! We-itern lunry
live not..- , ,
Wilt: r reiunj Iviinla leil, V bus
Soul In rl. " "
Ci.UIo.nl.i " "
It) i:rt'uuyl .tula i1 e, v lU'
,-il!S- Yellow, "
I'ltoViMiiNS Mess Turk, y lib!
Mi.ii U. ef, "
llreiseil Units, -a lr
H.noUeil lliiniH "
IjiiiI. V I""
sr.l.iw flovel-M'iil V oil.
1 liiioth. MTU i
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... tll 2.H0
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I'omm. H, In .el..
ilm.-, r I'nti'i-
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h luT.-by tilveii, tli.it n pinns-ijry note, d.ited
-eniC'itiiH'r it, i mi duo -pni i, i.i, ninm oy
.Inlin W'nlier.lii luMr(ii lli-nry Wnnk-h, imd by
H.titi Wnntrh nsslniutl toJIcnrv Urtwlnt'. fur one
bundled nnd hivty-slx d-ilUiiK, nnd nn which
seenti -me ilnlLiiHuie i ndorfml, Nlont or mis.
Itildmnd nil inrsons nro heiehvc.iutlfjnoilni'iiinHt
pin cliasiu-c or iieollnlina sal-1 liule, its pa men I
Ul UIU MtlllU JII.S liei II MOI'Ilt'U.
llloomoburfz, April 21, lSu-Wlt.
KMOVAIj of tiii: dkad.
IS miriuinca ofnn Act of the Ijeiilslntnre
approved April Hth 1M1S. nntlc N lierciiy chin
to all m r.Mins Jmvlne frkntWor rcl.itfvcH burled
within Iho spiu'e of ImJ Ht t on Main Mreit by m
teet on lion Htrert, on tho Sonthwest eniiu-r of
hi. riuii H i nuivh lard, lilounihiiuifr, Unit the
bodies mut bo remoed lv tlio hiir iiiif; frlend-i
orifl.itlves, befoto tho (H-t dayof June, iMi-, or
that I hey will bo renin v. d ntul ho lutened by Iho
I'sirv n Mini iiiiureu uy auuinrny ineroni. uy
uiueriu uiu tMry, j. .j, itliuv l.Ji, nes,
Attest: II. 1 IIxitTMAv, Hee.
Illnomi.bur.i, April lsSt.
On Wf dne-.il iv. Anrit IMh. ImW. between m
house In I'lvliingcu-elc township nnd IJIooms
hui's.a shtepslvin pocket booknbout sit Inches
louig and thn-o Inches wide, with n strnp nt
tnehed which hal u Rinall holo In tlio end, In
Bblo nnn'Wlmt mould v. It contained S'l.r01n
mils 01 1110 loiiowing iiennininaiions : 1 ivo ten
dollar bliN. iind nltitt flvndnllnr bills. Ten lint.
tars teinrd will bo paid to any neison returning
tlm itbo o to thu owner
Apr, 21,'lil-U. Corks, 1
O,, Columbia Co., 1'a,
A KSIGXKIVS NOTICK IX HANK-
V KUl'rUY.-In tho District Com I of tho U11I-
icd Mates tor tho Western District of l'inus ln
nl.i.ln tho matter orMnua-RLli M lehael, bankrupt
To whom it may eonttin: Thu undei signed hereby
gives nntlro of his nnpointincnt ns assligneo of
MuiiHveh Michael, oithotown of Mnltnllle. lu
rt olumbla, nnd Matoot rennsylva-
been adludired n hnnkumt unon bis
own pdltton, by tho lb-dUct Couil ot taid Ul
luieii at uioomstmr, tho isth day of March
,, j. 1 "if, . vi, ji.viui
(prii -'i, us ji.
USfATt: OV ELKAZAIt II. HEsh. 1)1 I'lLVSltl).
Letters of luliulnlstratlon tte Lonii nan on tbn
est it oof Illeaznr II 1 loss, into nf Centro township.
Columbia County, deeen!-tdv hao been gran ltd
by tholieghter of said County. tolMntei Hess,
adiulnistialor, who resides In Mitllln towuslilp.
All persons having claims or demand ng.diut
thoKaldestatoaio rcmiested to present them for
setll incut without delay, nnd tlioo Indebted to
tiuiiiu jm viih iu.
April 2l,flS.Gt. Admiuistr.Uor, Louis non.
T I'UllldU HALH,
Will bo fcold nt tinblln Kiln nf tlm "flUTV
HOUmI;" In tho Iloroimh of lierwlck. on Hatur-
l.i v, the 2d day of .May. nt ID o'clock n. mM tho
loiiowing descilbed Milnnb'o lteal Kbtate. to wit :
AH that tlticl of land. situlo In 'i wnnpi lr
tnwnshlri. l.uzerno counly. buunded bv tho hus.
fmihannu Uivcr, lands of lleniy Killer, Isaac
ivi l-ii tiuu a, t uiuiuui U"
TWO HC.NMtni) AMI nnV AC'ltE-J,
moro orhi-i, fcLMiity-tHoacresof which li 1m-
uove((, wnn n nweuing tiousn theicon, 'iho
lalaiuoU well tihibtlid. I.ntn t ho t xlntu ofWin.
M, llai t, decnised. Conditions easy. Terms
in no ii ii 1 1 it on 1 1, iy in (sine, 1110 propetiy will
tie t-oid li null i laii. i or nirihi r i.nriicii .o lo
qnliuil AONK4 A. IIAUT,
esieop")rii;, pril J, u",
s tun DisTiiicTfoi-HT orTiinl'suriiHriTrs
mil -nil i nil i:n itii.n-.in iirrj:N.M,i.vANi..
Am i. Thomas, n IiuuUiuit tnulcr Uii Art nf
I nuyu u in aiiurii .11, imi,. uuvillK Hmlltil Inrii
lJI-cluilu Irulii nil Ins ili'litu. nml nllifr iliimi
ln-iiviililu nniliT wilil Act, liv order til tho I'ourl,
...itlLi. i.iiliiiui uii.,1,1111111 , i l'l!llirj , uu
tuivc .Yit i il ilu-ir (U hi., mill oilier iiomon inii-i-
Mitf: in i.i tin on Uu-ii-t iluv oi M.w ihi.4.
nl y ocock.A, M., bi'fuio i:. iiveitun, Jr., I;sn
llcaltt'r, nt Hie uxl'Iuiimo Hotel In lliiininsliiii,
. l,., n Dunn iiu-i-, i, iiiij ii,, lllll', y 11 ill-
luiiui-Khf'iilil union tn-iuitcil lo Hie hull llunl:
iilol. Alul llliiln-1-, liollt-o in lititliy eUen.tlmt
( 111 CCOIIll Ullll T II It'll 111! It IICHIll l-l.il lllll'. f I lio
haul l.nikriiil, ii rjntioii li, llio-jTUi unit 2Mli k(c-
uiiiimii fciiin .ii win no ii in uc-ioie tno bam
lti'ttttlcr, tit IIih t, uno tlmo anil i.inco.
r,. l. kua.mii.i;-,s
Cli-i'lt of r, H. PUU'ii'U.ouit Iur hulil llhtllct.
I.n utr. lMbriticrCoL'i.Tornn:U.Nm:nSrArES,
i uitiiiM wj-srr.ns ujbnucr- of1'i-n.svi.vania.
HAMurb 11, DiUMtn R Uanliiunt under tho
Act orcougitftsol Miuch id, Jvc;, Ji. Jnf a, Ahl
loru Him hargulioiuutthlsikbt-i.andothcrt'lulmi
jitovablu under bald Ait, by ouler nt tho Court.
Minu. in iininiVdivfcN, to ull Creditors who
lmo prot'd their debu, and othe cperhonii Inter
e ted i lo nunear on Iho 'Mf inv i.t Miv
ati o'cluyk, V. M., beforo K, Overton, Jr., I'm,
Kegibti r, at tho Kxchunge Hotel, Itloomsburg.l'H.
to fchow cttune, lltiuy they ImvtMvhy a Duehargo
hliould not boEruntod tothobuld llauknipt, And
.uiuiL-i UOUI.O in ueieuy given, Ullll 1110 hecoild
nutl'lhlid-MeetliigH of Cn dlloidoniic mild Huiili
rutit, required by tho S7th and iSth heitioim or
Mifd Act, wMl bu had beioro tho huid UegMor ut
. KC. MCCANDMXS,
Cleric of U. H, M-.trictCouitiui baldjiutrkt,
In thu IiisnucT CouttToniin UnitkuHtatm.
nm'iiiKU'Kttn.its uibrmcf or i-iinnuym'ania.
rurKi; H. llAKMAN, a. llaukrupt under
Aetot Congress of Alurcli 2d, lwJ7, luivlng up-
Dlkd for 11 ilU('hiiri-n Horn nil hlsi ,1 of ,t ntul otlii.-
cluiini pioablo umler bald Act, by older ol tho
(.ouri.nuuio is nereuy gicn iu an cuuitora wno
lniU' nroied their ill bt. and other nerhima Inter.
ibtidi t appt'iir on thu Iht day ol May ImIS.
at 11 u'clocli u.ih., beioro 1J, U-,ertoii, Jr., lVp,
Jiegintcr, ut ll.u xciiaugo jiotel in Jlluomabuig,
to biiow cause, Ii any they bae, why a dlschargo
Uiould nut bu granted to Iho bald Hankrupt, Aud
turther. notleolB htieby then, that the hecond
uud 'third lucUluu-4 ofl'ltdilornnf lliiihlil llunL.
nipl, required by itho 'fc7th nnd ith htctlonw of
said Att, will bu had befoio bald Uegbiier, upon
Cleric of IT. H, DMrlatUiu1
IN 'IHK DlbntKT C'OUHT OV TUB UN1TBD KTA1 FS,
aaiion Amuih'vs, lianltruiit iiiuler tlio
Act oi Lonmitk oi Muuli 2d, inn, lmiuK uppiusi
lor iidlsiiiui'nu from nil hU dehu, nnd oilier
(lu IhW lilUUi , iiiuli.r ki.l.l A,.i i.,.i. . ..r .1..
Ikiuit, ..oni't: laiiuut.uvunEN.'lo ull Ciedltorn
wliolinoploeil IlielrdiliU.lltid other person
Islki. ut!) ocloik. A. M. lu.r.ii.. ! ii.....,..,.
l:(l., lleaUKr. ill tho Lnhauuo lioled, lllooms.'
Iiunj, l'u., lo show enicc, It uny tlu-y liaM-, whv u
!))!' IIIIL'O s Hill d nn, Ik, I'limii.il , Mm.... 1.1 is. ..I..
rupl. And flltll.i r.liotlio la lieleby uUen, thai
Iho Kecolld and llilrd Miellligs of iTe-Ultoiu of
...v .,M.,...u,., , viiiiivii uy luo .rliu IIIIU lll
Seelloiuotfculd Act, will he had liefore Iho buld
nb,.(v, u, buiiiu (imu tuiu place,
,., K C.'.Mil'ANDI.l sW,
i-lcrlc of I'. H. UUtrlcl t'ouit, lor mid nutria
VOll TIIK NATIONAL DI2MO
Washington, rcbrtmry SB, 1803,
The Nntlonnl Pemorrntlo Commlltce.lty virtue
of t lie ntitliorlty conferred upon tlicm by tho Inst
iiikiiihi I'cmurnujc miM'ruinn, ru n iiii't-imu
held (Ills ilny nt WnshliiRtoii, H. U. Voted to hold
tho next fun vent Ion for tho inirnnio of nomlnn
Una cnndlilnte for President nnd VIcp-PrrMdcnt
ol tho Unltftl HI nlc on tho llli dnv of July, im,
nt I2o'clooit m1( In f ho city of New York.
Tho hiwM of reprrentntlon, n fljtcd by tho Irnt
National Pemorrntlo Convention, li double tho
number of Hennlnrs nnd HeprrncnliUlvcs In Con
grrit of rnch Mlnln under tho Int nppotlloninent,
l.neli htuto Ifl Invited to nend dck'nles necord
AUQUHT MXMONT, Cliulrman,
runi)i:iUCK O. I-IUNa;, Hccretnry.
Domocratio Stato Tickcti
CHARLES E. BOYLE,
Ol' rAYKTTIJ COUNTV.
GEN. WELLINGTON II. ENT,
OV COLUMI1IA COUXTV.
WISTAU'M 1IAUSAM OK W1LV CIinUUY
I'or thu cute of coughs, CobH, Hoarfceness, Asth
mn. Influenza, Croup, Whottplng rough, llroii-
chilli l-rediirltlon lo Consumption, Ac, Ac,
ThlsBroftt remedy U too well known and Is per
foi mlng to much yood to mako Jt neecsviry lo
fio Into nn elaborate discussion of Us merits.
Humco It to finytlmt It Mill lnaltitalns Its nupre
mney In curluc diseases nl tho most obstlnato
character, mid that nil who HUirer from tho nboo
complaint1, after hnlntc tested this lemtdy, sel-
loni havoocchlon to tcsort to other nppllauccs to
lnmc n perfect lestornt ton to health.
Testimony of Mn. rTi: BliAV.
Wrar WiNi iKLi), M. Y. Duo., 10, 1VW.
Jlessrs. H. V. I-'owm: A Hon, Itostou.
ueutieinen, uurinu tlio wintt-ror issi I wn
ery mueli out of health, a ill It tod with a hocro
Cmiiih. l'u I n In the sitlo and Lunut nnd u CLiurnl
depiesilon of health tosiu h an extent as to great
ly aiariu in urn nun irientit at u uiu ltiiti.
During this tlmo 1 tried secral lilghly rtcoin
mended renif dlett. with llltlonr nououd rMllt.
and bait coiu'liideil lo try Iho elhct ot n rioutherx
cllnnito upuii my beallh; but, ht-fm-o ctirrjliu
this resolution Into cited, I was Induced by tin
in Kent Mdlcltallon of jour audit, Mr. Ilunlly,
toto lir. Wlstai'M IlitU.ini of Wild Clitrry a
trlut. I did so, and to niyureatj iv I fuimd ini
nieduitoatid perni.imnt u-llefbj Iho use nl only
ouo bottle, and I uiu lioW 111111 ptod health us
over. I Indieto yuur bniaiu niient Iho bent leln
1 dies, lor CoUKli". Colds ttlid all lillhrf ilheiws,
now in iho, and conoientKnslv reconiineiid It
ashiui. out nutv. rcn:it -siiaw.
1'iep.iren In st'tli S. Tow lo A sou, 11 I'leiiioiit
M,, Jloslon, and 1U n.tle by Ui'tUttists yi nei.ill.i ,
GUVCU'.-h CULMlUAi niJ .MALVU.
We aro constantly hearing lavorublu ieiJii
irom inoto wni) n.ivu irieii 1111s reuieuv, viuy
Anili inv. who of Alark Anthou. of this dtv.
and living at No. 0 Locust Mrcet, atllicteil wltli a
felon on tho linger, was recently induced to
make u Uiul of this .sahe. AluiosMnstantl kIih
experienced lcllef fiom the pain, which had
been almost unendurable, hvtry oilier lemedy
hut thU nruvtd uinivalbnif. '1 hom who lmw
trU( It oneo nio Mitlfslbd ol lis merits, and not h-
ln Mill ludu:e them lo uu without a supply.
tuu fiver 4fU',T,
Ifnny nl our n-aderw nro permatuiely igrav,or
ate tumbled with milting ot the hair, damn till or
lU'iunn 01 1110 setup, iney iuo oniy 10 ue nuvj h
Vi net bio Ambrosia, nnd their truulilo w III soon
hoover. The picp.itulhm Is not only a re-dorer
of gray hair, but one ol tho most 1 levant li.ilr
iiretsniijs uierseeu. it alio ny soiicniug ana in
lu-onitlni' Hia hnlr. DreveiiL4 tii'em ltuin tmld
lieoMind i in in my cusci lehtuies lialr to buld
IM-'OltMATlON'.-Inrormatlon guaranteed lc
nroducoa luxuriant growth of hair upon u bald
liead or beardlcsM lace, also a iccelpo lor Iho lo-
mown oi nm pies, Jtlotcbex, l.ruplions, ttc, on
the skin. ica ill! I no Katno soil. clear. nml oeuulL
Jul, tan ueobtained w Ithoul charge by addressing
Ihuadwuy, New York.
IO rAHMi;itS AND rijANTKUH.
Tlio subscrllieis oiler for snle.ln lots tosult pur
ehnseis. 2i)0 TUNS Ol DllUIILH UKriNI'.D 1'OC
Dltiyni: oftho Lndl Jlnnuiaeturliur Co.. mad
Irom the nlfjbl so), blood, nihil nnM dead nnliuuls
or rew lorKLiiy.ior w nun ino lomnany nao
excluslN o conlract, 1'rlce only 2 DOI.LAHS l'KH
1 . Iieln hi and dunces rioin iSew oil; muled
Wan anted by the Company to bo enunl wkioiit
for WKitniT lo nny hluli priced superphosphate
In tho mniket, 'Jlio 1 epulis on Corn, Cot ion, To
bacco nud Grain hao been a-lonishing tlio past
reason. It matiucs tho crop irom lu ilayn to two
im-i'kfi tiii utr, 111111 uimuit'n 1110 crop. iue
I'.imphlo with certificate of hundrrtls of well
Known ninntei'H nnd farmers, nnd everv informa
Mnn.sent tren toany ono upnlylnRby letter or
otherw Iso to MrCOU.UM A CllltsKIJ,, INpy Co
lumbla county, I'a., or to tho 1011 Manulaclur
ing Company.Ncw Yoik. l'eh. 21, lwW.
TO CONHUMITIVIW, Tho Ilcv. IMwnnl A.
Wilson will hcnd (fi co orcliiirKt.')lii oil lio ilcslio
It, tlio iiiL'hcilptlon w lllitlicdlu't lions torniiikliu
(mil llslli tlu simple uinnly ly Mliicli ho wns
( urcd of u lung a Hit tion nml that dri-iidcd disease
I'onsiiiiiiitloii. IIIh only olijec-t N to henellt tho
ntlllcled. ami lio hopes ceiy sulfercr will try this
piesctipUon, nn It will (ritt tlicm nothlui;, nnd
may .ro e a blessing. Heuso luldresu
in., . l.ll .. Yl l l.U.li
S'o. lfiihouth Second Mieet.
AVIlllainshurg, Kings co., K, V.
SSJGXKJVS KOTICK IN HANK-
ted htates for Iho Wibliin IJiifift of lVnn' Ivu
0111,111 uu inuiier oi jiiiih'h m, jrewiu, uiiUK
rupt. To whom 11 may concern; Ihoundcifdgncd
hercbv u t a not lee of his n minim incut nt nt.
Mgneo or Janus M. Hewitt of l'lshlng Creel;
lown-iiup.in inoeouniv oi Loiuinnia, and hlato
of lVnniylvani.i, who has been adjudged u bank
uipt ujion his own petition, by tho IHslrlet Court
of hald lHlriet. IMled nt Jiloomsburg, the IJth
dayof April. WH, J, Jl. KOIUHOX,
Apill it Dl-.a AMlgllCO.
A SSIONKK'S KOTIOK IN liANK-
XV ItUl'TCY.-In tho DMrlet Court of tho mil
led Mates for the Western IHstrletof remisylva
nia, in tho matter oi Henry Trough, bankrupt,
To whom It may concern ; Ihoundeihlgned here
by ultes notice of his. appointment jinaslgrec
or I lenry 1 roiiKh, of I'oundry vllle, in Iho county
ol Coluinbia, aiul hiate ol 1'iniisjlianiu, who
has been adjudged a bankrupt upon hit ow n po
titlon.by tho District Couit of h,dd dlNtiict.
J. 11. UOIilsuN',
Aprlt 17,'CS-St, Assignee,
i rAiKir n:ii:iiH, jn.i,vifj. hfccahi-d.
i,eiuu oraduiluiMinlion on tbeistaie oilVter S
iiejuig, vate oi ronyngnain iwp un-uimbtu tu..
deiea-td, hao been (rianttd b, iho ItmNter ol
-.aid county to Umbel llelwlg and William
Goodman, of Coiinnl.uiii luwn-hlp. All
piTMHiH having elaimt or d in ukU I'galust
Iho si. lie of t ho d ced nt ate letpienied lu make
them known, and th indt bled In make nay-
iikniiy woi.f, i:, i', miiiiix,
(MieeesKni's lo S, C. Shle,
mm U3 .SL'iis(.'ium:iis having
X I eased the l'lmilUK Mill and Macliluo Shop
liiiluei lr occupied oy r. (!. Wde, Mill eoiltlllllu
the hu-liicss ol iiuui'ifut lining
U001H, SASH, UM.VIM, MOULDINGS
Uraclteis ,tc, o nro nKo piepured to fiu-nlsli
dlesseil lloorlntr, flilnclesniul all other lumlier
requlied In tlio const ruction or ljullillnirs. All
IMudsof In i tilni- iloiiont short nollce. Illlls fur
Joist nud olli(r liiiino stun" tilled ultli pronipt.
nesHiiud cine. UnlcTS reKpirllully soliclKd.
April 17,'ils Wlll.1- vV II ltTOX,
I'l'LICAXTS l-'OH IilCIONSI-IS.
Notice Is licit bv olveu that iho futlowiii!? named
persons hae iuad nppllcallou to tho rrothono
taiy of C diiinliia County, for Tneni nnd oilier
llcetiKex. to bo urn nil d ut tho enmbiiz Mnv Tei in
of Com I :
Jilnoin, T. 1 MeniUtihall,
John Li aeock,
lien W Mnucer,
I lei nardhtohntr,
Dllver A Jacoby,
Kooiim a Clink.
Heftvcr, II I'rank 7.arr,
llenton. Andrew T llrcliM-
Ilerwltk. T llenton Taylor,
, " XavUr Wernet,
Cntawhia. l'hllip (lottbhall.
fiaeou m jvisiicr.
" hamuel KoHtcubou ler,
' John 1 Hunyan,
" I,eVl Keller,
" Win 11 Oiauge,
Centre John Uroer,
" Henry Lohnuui,
" Itobert Clark,
Muhlon II. Hick,
Centrutla, A W ('learner,
" Thomas O'Connor,
' Htcphcn lloiuii,
" .Miehael llnnnon,
" Michael tJ'Jlnlre, "
Charles Colo, "
Miuy chapman. "
" 'lhouias (leinghty, "
John Hlglinger, "
" '1 hoiUUH O'Neill, "
" Henry A Wi'ldiiuaul.Tmern,
Conj ngham Anion IVibou, Tat rn,
humuel Leiby, "
' John U Kline. "
" . liauiel T M'Klernau
' Ml i-mian Kllker,
rishlngcrMc, rmaudim Unangst
Greenwood, Milton I.Coxe,
.III V UUIUSplC,
Am nn HctiS,
It W Tubhs.
Tubhs A. ColeiiUUi,
I !d it aid i:erttt,
" Jacob GocmI,
HoarfligcricJolm Wiehev, "
bcull. annuel It Kline,
" l'hiliii 1) K'eller, "
CimrfeHli DU tterlch, "
t JlHlUol(KAIAN, I'lothouoUry,
Uloombburg, April 17, 1H..8, "
gVJf- i'Olt NIC A T AND C'HKAI
JOJJ PHI NTINO-.
UALI.1 AT THE COJ.l'MMlJlAN Ol'HW
orBEATi:!) I.ANDH IN COtiUMIUA CO,
AureeablytolhoprovlMonsof tho Act of An
ncmbly, entitled nn Att in reduce tho Hlato debt
Ac, pasmd tho Jmth day of April, 1811, tho Tren
Hirer or tlm Counly or Columbia lureliv Klves
iwitlfn In nil ririiiis pniirrriicd therein, thnt un
less the County, Uoad, Hehool, 1'oor nnd Htnto
Tnxenrte.duo on tho followliig real entiitonituate
In the County of Columbia, nio paid beforo tho
day of sale, tiic wholo or such parts of each nn
will bay lluehargcs nnd rosin elmipiblo thereon
wlllbosoldntthoCourt IIouso In Jlloomshurn,
County of Coluinbln. on tno hth of June, lwis,
nud to bo continued by adjournment from day to
day for arrearnnet of taxes duosuld county and
the rosts accrued on rnch tcspectlvcly 1
JVrrr, -lerr. Oirnrr. Tenants, I)oK fff,
IMt 270 Col, Coat A Iron Co, Heaver 8112 (k)
HU 12 Mnse Mover ' 10 Is
lsoi-a-o 121 tinier .Ai.uin
:i7 jonn .lonnson
21) John V Creswell
loo Anlhony liavli
:i'l T. M. Hutiblo
Un) Mnnn A Miller
:i0 Mann, Ualdy A Crist
m Miller, Plshcr A rong
(12 itohn Koons
44 Trarv Whlto
lie n ton
I Hannah Tyko "
75 Hiram HeiKtrchl "
&) reter8hultz "
tit Nniinv l'u nils ttlnnm
lltAUKUslus-schnell Ilcrwlck ilor, 1 !)
lit Jacob Mulcy Conynghnm 1 21
lit in Ashman "
lit Owen Cain "
IllJnmes Collier "
2lti:ilen Iittrkln "
W Kline, Undenmlth A Co. "
UtJohn I). M origan "
MtMlchacl Neln 14
lit Alitliom O'Diinnell
11(1 raxton.Kllno ANharitlcsM
'JltJolm Hbaw 1
llfhiirles (i.illoahor 1
2ltHltuon Ashtou '
lit Dcmerlclt Crane '
lit Peter Hower '
lit Wm Chapman
m II. Km ne
lit John llendershott
K Jncksoii A. Watts
lit Win Kdignr
'lit Kilwurd I-pwIm
J Tit IMwnrd I'rosser
jit tleo Weaver
UN) Hess A (iolder
I HI I
,101m 14, Kceier
lless, "aiil A Peisy
l ma I nlr.l'. I "si
I Ml 1-0
100 1(. Mtlheim'8 IM.
Un Win Chainbi'tlln
17 Jiteksoit II ddo
HO Hoi Dilllt
J 1 Haw I NWeeiiey
hos fSUu khotise
liuyler A Waller
John L'o"m r'H 1 Nt.
.Vi Jubii Folk
117 .Inhll I'. 1-1 lilt
Ni Pidtv lluss(wldow) HUHarloaf 8
imi iti-nr-.-dntdiT "
MUCimrleM M ulllfy Scott 1 -Vi
01' U.VsnATi:iJ LAKD-H'Oll COI.UMIUA CO
A i.i'i(.nliti' to ,ho oi'ovlslons of nil Act of As-
semlily clilllled nn Act dlreetlns tlio mode of
selling lllisenlea illlltis nil' tuxeH null ior oilier
purposes passed tlio Utll day of March HI.',, titnl
the Inrther suplements thereto passed on tho
Hill day of Maieh Isl7 and tho i'.tll day ol .March
ls.'l. ami tlio Dili day of Minch 1817, tlio Treasuier
ofColllinhla county helehy (;lV(M notice to all
persons cniKtcncil tni'iein unit unless tno v oun
iv, lto.ul. School, 1-iHir, lldiiul v nud Stale 'lai"
Ion nn tlm tollnu lnif tiads of unseat ed lands sit
nrsiil tin, wlmii, orsueli nails of each tract us
will pay tho costs ehalKeahlo thereon, will be
SOIll Ul 1 IIU (jOll! I 1 lOllse 111 lull ull ,,( iii,iin
l.nr.r I 'on lit V of I'olilluliliioil the Stll lit .IllllO. lSIIS.
ml ii, emit lime bv m I loiirn men t Irom dav today
for urrcariiKCs of taxes duo said L-ouuty, aud Iho
lots uceliletl on eacll liaci respet lively,
.Vo. of .lerr. H(irftnf(Pt or Oiciiti. Int. Ci9.
Ann (rhrlstman s 1 ) (Il
l .lolm.l. Knrns 2 Os
is Tiucy Wlillu UW
C-oluml)Ia Co-il & lion Co. 7.1 10
Sarah A. Coll'man
John (Iroir I'l 01
Ma n A Itoat .0
.M'Diraell Itlttenliouse . YosI 2HI
Cilthiilllle Xojer I-
Ilamlllon W.shlpinau 0
Samuel 1)1 ml: 1
Wllllniu J. Itrtlnln 7
(luy Itryuu 1
Win, .1. clem- 11
Wm. 1 1. 1'rens 20
M'iii. It. llarluuti 1
H. r. Ilea.lly 1.3
John l'aiketsoii it
Abinli.nn lleeser 11
Joseph hlackliouse 37
John It. Suit 20
John Yost 2
.Indue Cox 17
Lewis Walker 3
John Houston 21
m. Shannon 1100
(Jen. Illdehuni 2us
John lleastly lliO
Thus Illlllielmer 101)
Amos Wlekeisham 1J0
Uoheit Jordan 100
ADiilew Toiler DO,
Lewis Walker "I'-l
'1', llustan "11. W. flrenough" 21
Mni-y Hustnii " " 0
'1' llusian n v .1 Jt r v ii u . c 1-1121
Maryltustan ' " " " 07
IJicuczcr llranhaiii (111
Jlctijaniln C'oombo HI
John YollliK 111
.loslilla IJeilia I'i-I
IVter Uucliner ''
Nallinnlel lliottll 100
John lvllno ITS
llelijainiti AUahndi 1
Isaluli e'otiiii i's Instate .1
Dewlll A lli'iieillct 5
mux ltiiie 1
M. I., Illown
reler lliigenliue'll 2
'1 hoiiias lllddlo 2
llei Jamlll llelher 2
Jiisi ph Clewe'll 11
.1. H. Ilrolist 2
J. I', rinclicr lo
Dlljah Itiynold X Co. 9
(!io. J, rullmer I
J. M. .lones ll
John AUcKiir 1
Win, lliickalew'H INtute 21
l'u ns .e- IliiUimm II
t or lai
y. of feu
Win. Meai-s a
Haninel .1. l'cnlcr 11
Win IIiUiI.IIih .1 f!ll.
Win. Hhueins II
p. nhoior A Kclctim r 11
(VIMS II Wlllll, It
A'hrahani Yolllltt l'"
Win. Ikcler 7
V mil ew Ikeler . 1
Muru.'llct Lemon II
.Toscpll rilklllKloll 13
I..I1I1 it. s 111 u l
Isaac Dev. Ill 3
Daniel Kline 3
Wm. Applcmnn 2
I). It. Apl 'email V
II. U'. M'lti.viuiliU
II. 1). M'lllldo 3
John Mordan 1
U of 100
J! of ino
j of 200
i of 1(0
S of 200
I'lil liens lllllliiBton 19
" John Usher 3
Mary Altera edieelioush" M
Tlios, Hustnii " 0
Daniel lleeso " 17
Mary lUlslan o 10
I linrlolle Hustnii " II)
John lltj Holds 10
M M ( el H N v A IT ( K It It .e
l'oj. (o 19
Thomas Hustan " 0
Dimlel Ileus " 17
Maiy Itustau ' 19
tlmilottoltiistan " 19
John lie lihlds " 19
John nml Jos lthoails 9
(leu Lutlnui' 6
Nuuiitssei A llolsafer
Huiiuk 1 rnrle's I'M.
Daniel A Isaac Yclter 18
Diltllel Yeller H
Jacob Hostler 7
.1 I' I' liir her
11(1 Miller dee-'d. 10
1'hllln. Miller li
Daniel Miiilnali ili-c il.
itculien rsliumall CI
MT. 1'IXASAN T.
James r.verell's 1WI.
.1 1' I .Mills
Jacob i'l leu
I'etcr .Mi nscll
Alirnlintn hhollr.'s Ks't
Jaiulson Kei ler
Win .1 lless
(tossc-s Ls I
l'olly lless Widow
llobelt MonlBoincry lls't
7 1 00
Daniel. I M'llijnry
Apl II 3,'tw
X HICK'S l-'AllHWKLIi
11 Ii OOMS1IU H O.
HAN IXiriVH OltlUT HlIOW,
tnicfs, Mt:NAornin, and
.SCHOOL OK KUUOATKI) AN I IMA LH
-icc.iUly oigsinted with referenco to tho
URVOW.N1.D J ut ten's
IWiriVWA TAltrAVKLIi TOUIt
Throuah tho UnltedKt.des, nnd the mottextcn
slc,eleBntit, reiincii, inMrncni, nnu iiinus'iuB
Titirrtn zoor.omcAi, oust riiot-otttCAi. and An
I-MO I'.N rLUTA IN MOT
nvr.n comuinki) UNDi;it oni: pavimok,
wilt exhibit In
IlI.OOMSIlUltCI, TIIU1ISDAY Al'ItlL SOtll.
Directed nnd mnervNedbv Dun Itlce In norson,
ubo -will npiiear in Ihisnlnco for the Inn time,
both nfteinoon nnd evening, tw Ijccturcr nnd ex
hibitor of his Anlm il runlls, nnd in bin original
nud famous character of
"the AMnttcAx nuMonisr" and cr.ow'M
TIIK IM31EXBK MKXAGKUII'3
! n coninrebeiihlvo nnd inie eolonlztdlon or the
vondci-, leiron-.nnd c liaims nf Animnl Cre.U Ion,
teviy cnpiureu ami iniponeu, uuii eoumuiH uiu
niO'.t iiiipiesHl( nud cm tons specimen ecr
Dim ed nn exhibition. It lutho llnest efdleclion
ofltoyal nnd Mtiuu AulumN on tlio eoiitliKiit,
Till. IXKIMIAN.', MOUKU 1IANMIIAIV
nnd the baby Hei-linnl,
k a t i: u i c i:,
Iho Munllest iepieNentnlio of Its hpccleH ever
lilaced on exhibition.
AN IXI.CIANT AVIAUV,
tii i: n it rn; con li:u h,
Fuunded by PAN 1UCI-, nnd conducteit njion tho
eminently bucicssful uud hutnano t-yMem or
which he Is projector, hnn inntrleuliitid I.lllliii
tlnnnnd imiiehUH 1-onles nnd "reeouRliucted"
Monkeys who.o emnlilued unllci are liii-xhuuit-nble
wnircoot delight to tho Children.
A IltTKOOX IlCn-'ALO.
Ihe uurlMiled, unild.ible, nnd Oilglnnt Mule
Hlow us or tho Animal Kingdom.
pirn; and iiahnhv,
lheHU(irrb Aniblnn dcieit born Trlelc Hot,
hTKl'IHIN A. D0UOLAH,
Who doni tlio Hoops. Kklna tho Hope, nnd per
rurniH 1'eats .ind lmitntlouH, pl.uliiK lilni only
hecond In Iaulnenicoinplishmeuts to that Ki' "t
evt nml most, wonderful ut nil llornes
Itl.lND IIXCKLSIOIt, JH.,
An lnUrniis.onof ten mlnules will tnko pl.icf,
In order thnt thoso who do not emu to wittier
tlio IfOueslilnii peilorniance mny hnvo nn op
poilunuy todeparl, betoro tho Introiluctioii ot
hci:ni:s or mn emeu;,
lunJIodelL'licus, over which DAN HICK will
On tho run nnd l'olblfaof the Times, asslsled by
llKAUni'UI. (UIII.S nnd HANDbOMU JIH.S,
ladles nnd Oenlleincn 111 overy movement nnd
expression, ArtlstM lu Iho Into sense or thnt
mucli-nhtiscil leim, whuso linmes urn u ill ten
liij-liuptn Arculounii.ils.niid who will appear
NOVi:i, AND TASC'INATING SDUXTION Ol"
DAIIINCl ACTS AND bl'lIHTl'I) AND
AfltOIlATIL- and L'AMSrllKNIU MT.CIAI.I
TIIX Don't fall to sco old DAN ItlCIIfor tholnsl time,
nml in I tin tho i hlldreu with von,
'Hie (Irand Triple i:lilblttou will enter tho
tow n nt 10 o'clock A. M., lu
headed by tlio darllngly eiiiblii7oned
CIIAllIOT OI' MIDAS,
coitlnlnlngl'ro'cqsnr Krltz Meyer's Metroiiolltati
Cornel Hand, drawn by twclvo elepiutly capar
isoned lioises.alid lolloweil byn blllllnul proces
sion or Iviilshts iu niiuor. lUepliaiits, (Vmeli.
..ion,,,,, i I'm, s, .miiiiui', s, lAjiiuu Klines, e i aiued
AnlmiilH, Hliu-HiiKli.Klefaiit Cnges, which lire
tho tlluliiph ot lhof landscape painter and the
mtlsnu; currlaoes, Vnns, Ac tho whole formlii
ui, iiicuiici ivuuiy eoiijcdiiH, uiiiiuaiuiK, yiiilio,
and ludcscrlha' ly bountiful innvluu tstnorania
ul woilil and ni't.contrlbuted wonders, eonstltut.
lliB a I'-ieoexhiblllou without precedent or parallel
which Ihousnuils ilnlly cotno miles to see. uud
dc( luro Ilieiuse'Ues more than compensated.
ciilldien under 19 cms 21e'euts,
Doors open nt I uud 7 o'elocii l M,
wn.i, i'xiiiiut in
1 A X V I U I. K
On Wednebday, April 29lli, 1W.
IVlday, May 1st, 1S6I,
QI1) rill ENDS A NKW FIUKNIjS,
TIIIH WAY 1 1
A, Hailman'HnewBtore llooms on Main Bt.,
AC, AC, AC
Also n new nnil eood supply of BTOVKH AND
T1NWAI1I0. llnvlligKtliliilnwell-liliowii mid
itiperlor worKiiuiu, Is pupnred to iiialo new
woilc, and repairing toorder.
BI'OUTJNU MADE TO 01II:H.
A 11 u cliuip fur insli or Irnde ns Hie chcopesl,
Cull and see, l llst stoio on wtsl end ol Mmlli
MulllHI, A. IIAlllMAN.
QATAW1SSA 111111)01-: CO.,
On Monday, May 1, Ivon. uu eleel Ion will bo held
nl tho houso ot J, II. Kisller, lor olllcers or Cuta
wlssa Uiidgo Co., lor Uio ensuing ear.
April 10,'Ki-St. hucreuiy.