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THE COLUMBIAN, BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
PH1I1AY MUHSlNd, MAY 13, IHOs.
J- TUB COI.DMIll N ha. tin- I.niRtt
lllreitlatlonv III Columbia adjoining
coiiultc. of any mtrr intilllieil lirrc, nml
ll also a tttnell lal-Rer sliV.l than any of
llcolrniiorarlr. aim It tlirrrfiirr Hi best
mi-illum for ailvrrlUliiR In till, .trlloii if
I lid HI ate.
Wearing tho End.
llv reference to our report- fif tho pro
ceedings of tho Court of Impeachment
It will bo seen that' the vote was not
taken on Tuesday last, ostensibly be-
causo of Senator Howard's Illnes, but
really because tho defection of Hender
son, 1-Vssonilen, Grimes and Trumbull
assured tho IinpeacherH that a voto at
that tlmo would result In tho President's
acquittal. In vain did Thud, Stevens
Wield his lash, and reiterate his old de
mand for Senator "to throw conscience
to tho Devil," they remained linn, and
tho voto was postponed until Saturday,
to Uo further delayed then If conviction
Is not secure. .In tho meantime all tho
Influence nt thocommand of thollndlcal
party Is brought to bear on tho doubtful
Jurors. Promises, threats, everything is
resorted to. If Andrew Johnson be con
victed. U Kill not be becawe he is yullty
of any crime, but because the success of
certain politicians demand it. what
would be thought of n verdict in our
Courts, when tho Jurymen are button
holed night and day, bullied, threaten
ed, or openly bribed V Will the people
-deny Andrew Johnson u fair trial be-
causo ho Is I'lesldent, because ho Is
nppostsl to the Radical policy '.' Wo
warn Ids enemies that the people arc
becoming aroused, and that tho out
rages of the past week may blazo out
in a civil war, to which the late rebel.
Hon would be child's play, Ileware of
putting the, last straw on thn camel's
Is former times, we were accustomed
to hear from our opponents, very much
on the subject of Insolent behaviour
and of unparliamentary haranguclng,
on the part especially of Southern mem
bers of Congress ; all of which was of
course charged to the mode and manner
of life of those gentlemen, and partlcu
Inrly to tho demoralizing Influence of
slavery. But since 1801 thcro have
been no Southern members in Congress,
no slave-holders have cracked tho me
taphorical whip over tho headsof fellow
members; no man brought up among
the surroundings of serfdotn bus been
permitted a seat thcro ; and yet what
do wuseo and lienr?
Filled as thoso congressional scats are
with tho party of great moral Ideas,
with, it is to bo supposed tho best and
ablest, most gentlemanly and refined
members of that party; we aro forced
to witness scenes and listen to language
which would dlsgraco a brothel ; scenes
and languageso degradlnguud dlsgraco
ful, that they themselves admit that
thoy "never found any thing to com
paro with It on this floor j" and Mr.
Dawes, Rep. Mass. said they were "re
marks of the character ofwhlch no man
could find a parallel in thu debates of
Congress, certainly not In thotlmothat
ho had been a member of tho House. Ho
had never heard anything that could
comparo witli theso remarks both as to
their personal character and the degrad
lugand olTenslvo languago used on that
Woreferof courso to the Donnelly
AVashbume debate of last week, and
that our readers may see tho kind of
men sent to Congress by this "great
moral party," and who, as wo said be
fore, wo suppose aro tho best of the lot,
woglvoa few extracts. It must bo re
membered that Donnelly and Wash
burne are both Radicals of tho most
malignant type.aud of tho highest posi
tion In tho party. Its tenders In fact,
in ability as well as in character. And
if what they say of each other is true,
thoy should each bo in the Penitentiary
of their respective States.
Wnshburno speaking of Donnelly
says, ho (Donnelly) Is a man "who Is
covered all over wlthcrlmeand Infamy;
a man whose record Is stained with
every fraud whisky and other frauds
a man who has proved f.iKo alike to
his friends, his constituents, his coun
try, his religion, and his Clod."
Donnelly speaking of Washburne,
says: "What If God In a moment of
enthusiasm at ono of the gentleman's
speeches were to pluck him to his bos
nm and leave this wretched nation
staggering on In darknevi to ruin. I
fancy tho gentleman haranguing tho as
sembled hosts of Heaven, the cherubim
r.nd the seraphim, the nngcls and thu
nrch-augelM. How ho would sail Into
them. How he would rout them, horse
foot, and dragoons. How ho would at
tack their motives and lllug Insinua
tions nt their honesty ; and how he
would declare for economy, and urge
tho wheels of tho unlverso must bo stop
ped because they consumed too much
And If there bo In our midst ono low,
sordid, vulgar soul, orburren, mcdlocro
Intelligence one heart callous tojuvery
kindly sentiment, and overy generous
Impulse ono tonguo leprous with slan
der one mouth which Is like unto a
den of foul beasts, giving forth deadly
odors if tliero bo hero ono diameter
which, while blotched and spotted ull
over, yet raves and rants, and black
guards liko a prostitute it Is tho gen
tleman from Illinois,"
Men who could listen to, and laugh
at,such profanity and Impiety art) worse
If possible, than thu speakers. What
must bo tho character of tho rank and
tile of a party whosolcadorsaroa Wash
burnoanilu Donnelly? Asa fit end
ingtotho blasphemy and bllllnggato
of these honorable men ;
Mr. Donnelly Ironically a-kod Is It
proper forme, In tho present temper of
tho House, to propose that thu liouso
imltnto tho Illustrious example in the
case of tho Secretary of War and (Jen
oral Thomas, nnd go out anil tno a
drink, (ucnerul laughter, boiiio say
ing agreed. My whistles dry, I say
amen to that. Hal 1ml Good. Hatha!
TiiK Radicals in their rage, nro id
rwitly reading Grimes, Kessentleu,
Trumbull, Chaso nnd Henderson tho
brains of their party out of tho organ
ization, It must bu gratifying to such
life-long Republicans, tho men who
organlzod und led thu party to victory,
to msi such renegado Democrats as Hut
ler, Logan and Stanton controlling tho
destinies nntl policy of tho party. (Jo
ou, Sirs, read a fow inoro out, and all
tho decent white men of tho country
will certainly be on our tide.
Revision of tho Dclogato System In !
1'liK Cutiimlltiv fiiiiioliilcil Ijy tl'o
Clu.lnnrtiM.rtlu. County m.rtlni? liultl
in So UmuIht lu-t. In icvNu the Dole-
irntu Svfllfin nml to rm.im.in.i.l u more
proper tlmeiuut manner of holding and
f lmltllllR illlil i
ir Conventions I
n this count v '
io Committed 1
of tho Democratic party I
respectfully rrimrt that tl
met at tho Merchants' Hotel, In tho
borough of I'ottsvllle, Oil till! -8 lilt.,
and after carofidly uxamlmng several
proposltlonx, and a full Interchange of
sentiment, nave agreed upon the annex
ed resolves. The eommltteo uru aware
that no system chii lie devised or adopt
ed which will lu thmight entirely fair
or he perfectly satisfactory to nil, yet
they firmly hellevo that tho ouo they
have agreed upon will lio found on fair
trial, to he the best that can bo procur
ed, one that will forever fettle this vex
ed tiucstlon, and bo conducive to tho
greatest trootlof our time-honored party
I, Ukkolvi:i, That each election
district In Schuylkill county shall bo
entitled to two delegates In tho Nomlti
atlng Convention of tho Democratic par
ty In said county, and ono additional
delegato for each ouo hundred Demo
cratic voters In said election district, In
excess of two hundred votes given for
tho Democratic candidate for governor
nt tho last preceding gubernatorial
2. Hnsoi.v-n. That tho districts shall
be called In alphabetical order, and as
tho name of each delegato Is called ho
shall rise and voto viva voce, for a can
didate for each ofllec for which n nom
inntlon Is to be made, commencing
with tho highest and ending with tho
lowest, for this purpose. In order to
expedite tho business of tho Conven
tlon, tho Chairman of tho County
Standing Committee shall furnish to
each and every delegate a printed slip
containing the names of all persons of
fering themselves as candidates for the
:), Hhsoi.vkii, That no person shall
be admitted to the room In which the
convention is held except tho members
of the Conventlon,its officers, tho Chair
man of tho County Standing Committee
nml tho reporters of the press
I. Hksoi.vki), That tho time of meet
ing of tho Convention shall bo Tu esday
Instead of Monday as heretofore.
0. HK80i.VEi,That worecotnmendour
fellow Democrats of tho County to send
their best menus Delegates and to frown
down and frustrate tho efforts and de
signs of any candidate who may travel
through tho district for tho purpose of
"setting up" persons for delegates, be-
llovlng as wo do, that tho peoplo of tho
districts aro moro competent to Judge
who are their best and most trustworthy
men to send as delegates,
l). JU:soi.VEi, That upon sufficient
proof that nuy delegate has accepted a
brlbo from any person for his vote, such
delegatoshall bo peremptorially expel
led from the Convention.
7. ItEsoi.VED, That if, upon satisfac
tory evidence, it can bo established
that any delegate has been returned to
the Convention whoso election was
brought about by votes of members of
tho opposition party, or from Demo
crats living in other districts, such del
egato's name shall at onco bo stricken
from tho roll.
8. Hr.HOLVKU.Tliattlie Chairman of the
County Standing Committed shall here
after cause tbeso rules to bo published
with every call for a County Conven
Tjik Galaxy koii May, 1863. Con
tents Tho Black Bess. By Harriet
Prescott Spoflbrd. (With an Illustra
tion by W. J. Hennessy). Our Million
aires. By T. W. Tho Trumpet Smith.
By Charles Dawson Shunly. Personal-
ism. By Walt Whitman. Tho Shad
ow ou the Wall. Clementina Klnni
side. By E. Lynn Linton. (With an
illustration by Gaston Fay). Soldier
Statesmen. Tho liouso and tho Heart.
By E. It. Sill. Tho Pllgrimngoto Mec
ca. By Edna Dean Proctor. Woods
anil Waters. By Edmund Clarence
Stedman. Beechdale. By Marlon Hnr-
Jund. (With an illustration by Win
slow Homer.) Chapters L, II., ami III.
Words and Their Uses. By Richard
Grant White. Five Years in Japan.
By 1). B. Simmons. (With an Illustra
tion from a Japanese drawing), Stev
en Lawrence, Yeoman. By Mrs. Ed
wards. Wreck. By II. II. Tho Gal
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Blot, Mark Twain, and others. Drift
Wood. By Philip Qullibet. Litera
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IMPOIITANTTO SOMHEHK. TllO Stllto
Legislature at Harrlsburg recently pass
ed a hill, which provides that tho dis
charge papers of soldiers who served In
tho last war may bu recorded In tho
Register's Olllco In each county. In
this way tho fuctofhavlngan honorable
discharge from tho service moy bo pro-
served by tho soldier ; but a copy of
such county record according to existing
rules, will not supply tho place of tho
original discharge certificate In caso of
application to tho govern ment for boun
ty, land, back pay, etc., In all such ca
ses tho certificate of dischurge itself must
ho produced to tho proper authorities at
Woshlngton. Soldiers should remem
ber this and carefully preserve their
certlllcates of dlschnrgo from being lost
or destroyed, whether they bo recorded
In tho office of tho county recorder or
TnuSouthern papers print the Wosh-burno-Douuclly
debate, probably as a
warning to tho negroes what they may
yet bo reduced to when they get Into
OlIANtlF.VII.I.K, Al'l II H, S(W.
Mil, Mooiu:, Dear Sin If my mom-
r' 1,10 rlf1' tho controvowy
ww" j 'U mi m6cH 11w,"Vi!S
tl'U ! nl nro how good principles
mo right, tho controvcrxy
v uul 1 i-wiiioiTiuic imny
s'nc0 ,8li0' ' "lu l'rcscnt tlino, that
woulil Justify you In sustaining them '.'
2-What iiiwm.rcs.uiil principles l.avo
tho Republican party advocated slnco
ISCll to the present time, that will Justi
fy you in denouncing them '.'
.1. What claue In the Constitution
gives Mr. Johnson the right to expel
Mr. Stanton V
1. What advantage had 1 over my
neighbor In obtaining nnd holding Gov
"). What kind of principles should
Mr. Lincoln have taken wlillo Presi
dent, that would have met with your
Theio arc the questions that you prom
ised to answer, ami I hope you will do
as you agreed to tlo. And nftcr you
have answered them, and havo any
questions to B9k me, I thall bo happy to
answer them, and If I am not able to
onswer them, then I will acknowledge
tho inability to tlo so. Yours Truly,
Tlio "good principles advocated by
tho Democrats since 18G0" aro tho samo
ns advocated by them slnco 1S00; they
hnvo never changed their principles
anil therefore havo never, llko tho Re
publicans, changed their name. At tho
close of tho clghctccnth century tho Is
sue was squarely made between tho ad
vocates of Monarchical principles and
those who favored n Representative
Republic. Tho principles of tho former
were at work at the very foundation of
tho.Govcrnment, nnd strenuous efforts
were made to engraft them upon tho
American Constitution, os tho debates
In tho Convention clearly show. Falling
In this, thoy endeavored to carry them
out In tho Administration of tho Elder
Adams, hence The "Allen and Sedition
laws," alt of which were inconsistent
with American Freedom, nnd contrary
to tho minds of n largo majority of tho
people, whoso opposition was shown in
tho triumphant election of Thomas
Jefferson to tho Presidency in 1801. For
sixty years tho nation was governed
mainly, by Democratic principles, nnd
tho result was, wo prospered beyond n
parallel In tho history of nations, prov
ing conclusively, that these principles
wero adapted to tho country and the
liberty of tho people. But let mo state
theso principles a little moro clearly :
I. Tho Government of tho U. S., is
ono of delegated powers, and theo
powers aro defined by tho Constitution.
2. It is n Government of co-ordlnato
powers, anil couslsts of tiireo branches,
Legislative, Judicial and Executive,
each of which lias its own powers and
duties defined by tho Constitution.
3. Congress is ns much bound by thn
Constitution in making laws as aro tho
Supremo Judges in deciding upon thcu
ami tho President is bound to executo
them only when they nro ndmitted or
decided to bo constitutional.
4. Tho States delegated to tho Gen
eral Government certain well tlelmed
powers, and reserved all othors. Ilonco
while tho States cannot exerclso tlio
powers thoy havo delegated, neither
can tho Government encroach upon tlio
reserved right of tho States.
0. Each Stato is independent of tho
others, and lias sovereign control over
its own affairs. Hence no Stato has a
right to mcddlo with the affairs of an
other. C. Tho Constitution is appllcablo to
tho country in a timo of war us well
as in times of peace.
Founded upon tho above wo believe,
1. Had tliero been no interference
with tlio reserved and Constitutional
right of tho Southern States, thcro
could havo been no war, for then there
would havo been no occasion for it.
2. When tho States seceded, tlio solo
object of tho war on tho part of tho
North, should havo been to suppress
tho rebellion in order to restore the
!!. Tho Government had no right to
Interfer with Slavery, nor with Slaves,
only so far ns they being property wero
contraband of war.
Other prlnclp les will bo developed ns
wo answer other questions. On tho
abovo foundation rests tho wlido super
structure of American Liberty. Tako
theso away and you undermlno our
icantlful Temple, tlestroy Its magnifi
cence, and prostrate In tho dust that
which cost the labor, tho wImIoiii, nnd
the blood of our Revolutionary sires.
Wo charge tho Republicans with tho
war, all tho treasures of money nnd
blood, with tho tears of tho widow, tho
erics of tho orphan, nnd tho untold buf
fering and desolation it produced, be
cause. 1. Thoy approbated tho interference
of tho rights of tho State, ns In the euso
of John Brownwhom tho deilled ns a
martyr to their principles.
2. They might havo settled the mat
ter beforo hostilities commenced had
they not been bo thirsty for blood.
3. Thoy prolonged tho warbychan
Ing tlio declared objects of It, nnd thus
united tho South and divided tho
Wo charge them with frequent viola
tions of the Constitution during tho
l.They Interfered with Stnvcry whlcl
they had no right to do.
2. They suspended tho wrlt.of Jlabeu,
Cbrpusln States where thcro wasnowar
and whero tho civil courts weroopen
il. They subjected tho peoplo to un
lawful search and seizure.
I. They arrested citizens without pro
cess of law,and thrust them Into gloomy
prisons without trial.
5. They established military Inqulsl
tlons.to try civilians and thus held tri
bunals unknown to tlio Constitution
il. They consciipted thupeoplowlthout
regard to tlio lows of tho Sluto in refer-
enco to tho calling out of thomllltla
Wo charge them with deceit In car
rying on tho wor.
1. They professed to bo actuated by
patriotism, when they sought for gul
in overy Imaginable way.
2. Thoy professed to bo lighting for
tho Union, when their object was tho
freedom of tho nljfgcr.
3. They declared again nnd again that
If tho South would luy down their arms
and submit to tlio laws they should bo
considered as brothers and restored to
all their former rights and privllege-s,
But theso pledges they havo violated,
I. They opposed Mr. Johnson who
ho was but carrying out tho agreement
and proclamation of his predecessor.
Finally, wochargo them vlth,greatly
and unuecossinllylncreaslngtho national
debt by tho frecdman's bureau, feedlug
and caring for millions of negroes, and
supporting n largo army In tlio South
when It Is not needed. With establish
ing a Military despotism over tho South
ern States with franchising tho negroes
and disfranchising tho whites, with
uslngtliobayonct tocarry their elections
with setting up Ignorant blacks to rulo
over tho whites. With endeavoring lode
stroy tho President beeauso ho would go
according to tho Constitution nnd would
not carry out their reconstruction acts,-
wlth encroaching upon and assuming tho
powers of tho Executlvo and Judiciary
and with tho Intention of establishing a
despotism over tho wholo country All
this wo elmrgo them with, nnd lioiu
them guilty beforo tho country and God.
When tho history of tho times shall bo
Impartially written, future generations
will wonder that tho American people,
sensible of their liberties, did not rise,
nnd rid tho country of such tyrants.
While tho Constitution gives tho
right to tho President to appoint his
lirinclpal officers with thoadvlco nnd
consent of tho Senate and says nothing
about their removal, yet tho custom has
always prevailed; you enniiol point to
n sluglo Instance, except tho ono under
consIdcratlon,wherc, when tho President
removed any of his Cabinet, tho Sen
ate objected. Tho very naturo of tho
caso requires such a construction, for It
Is necessary In tlionaturo of things that,
as tlio Cablnot Is tho President's Privy
Council, It should bo composed of
men whoso sentiments accord with
his own. How could ho carry on tho
Government successfully If his Cabinet
wero nil opposed to him?
But you say ho violated tho "Tenure
of olllco bill." Let mo call your attention
to ono fact. If, as tho Republicans con
tend, tho Constitution gives tho Presi
dent no such right, why was It neces
sary for especial legislation to prevent
him. Tlio very fact that they had to
pass an ru;t to meet thu case, Implies
that they considered he had tho right
or clso why this net'.' Just as they
havo recently paed an act to pre
vent the Supremo Court from passing
upon their reconstruction acts. If their
acts aro legal, why afraid to tost tho
matter beforo that tribunal which was
appointed for that very purpose'.'
The advantages of tho bond holder
over others are theso:
1. Tho bond holder pays no taxes for
his money at Interest, others do.
2. Tho bond holder receives his Inter
est in Gold, while tho others must tako
Currency; the ono receives 8 or 10 per
cent, tho other,but(! In our State. Then
deduct about 2 per cent, taxes from tho
latter and you leave him about 1 per
cent, for the uso of ids money.
3. Tlio bond holder may enjoy privi
leges that others havo to pay for.
Suppose you sell all your property and
invest tlio proceeds In Government
bonds, you escape all local taxes. Oth
ors mus t support the country ,antl you
enjoy equal privclegcs for nothing.
Others must support schools, andyour
children can attend them, others must
mako roads, and you may travel on
them, others must support tho poor,
whilo you who may bo worth your
mlllIons,are relieved from thocliaritablo
A man's mind must ho very obtuse
not to see tho dlfiercneo In favor ot tho
bond holder nnd his lieart calloused by
tho love of money not to acknowledge
so gross an injustice.
Mr. Lincoln would havo met my np-
probatlon,and tho approbation of overy
Democrat, if ho had adhered to tho
rlnciplcs of tho Constitution, if ho had
carried out tho convictions of Ids own
mind, "that ho had no right" to inter
fere with slavery, that tlio war should
be prosecuted, "in no spirit of aggros-
slon.but for thu restitution of tho Union
and tho malntcnanco of tlio laws."
Had ho done this, tliero could have
been no Emancipation Proclamation,
no suspension of Habeas Corpus in the
nonconibatant States, no arbitrary ar
rests, no trials of citizens beforo Mili
tary tribunals. The war could have
been closed booner, restoration complet
ed, nnd millions of money baved to the
country. As it Is, history will record,
and millions will remember blm, ns
having violated his oath of office, ns
well ns the pledge given in Ills Inaugu
ral and other speeches, ns one who rul
ed tho United Slates with as much des
potism ns tho Czar of Russia. Mr. Lin
coln is dead; with his future stato we
havo nothing to do, ho has gono to ap
pear beforo tlio Supremo Judge, who
innot ho intimidated by nets of Con
gress , nnd whoso decisions will bo ac
cording to Righteousness and Faith,
But with tho history of Abraham Lin
coln as President of tho United States,
wo havo something to do, and genera
tions to como will pa-s their judgment
upon Lincoln as they do now upon
Bonaparto or Nero.
Pennsylvania Reserve Association.
Coii. John II. Tacioaut, Correspond
ing 8ccr(itury of the Pennsylvania Re-
bervo Association, has Issued the follow
ing notice :
Tho second annual meetlniiol'the As
sociation will bo held at Pittsburgh
nay iiutii. on wn c n occasion a iu at
tendance ofall thesurvlving mcmbersof
tuo out corps" who can maKo it con
venient to attend is earnestly desired,
All who Intend to participate will plcaso
iiuiuy iuu or joi in u. Jiarvoy. jtecoru-
Ing secretary of tho Association, at thu
oiuco oi tno I'litspurgn, nnu councils
vllle Railroad Company'lttsburgh,!'!!
ueiuru .nay join.
ino uonimitico or ArrniiL'ements ni
pointed at tho last celebration will se
lect tho place ofmeetliiL' In Pittsburgh
A handaomo badgo, to bo worn by tho
uieiiiuers,wiii uo presented lor odopiion.
Let overy man who can como bo tliero
to spend a fowlhours in social Intercourse
with their old comrades Inarms. It Is
expected it eulogy will bo delivered on
uioyoio .najor uencriil ucorgo A. ile-
Newspapers throughout Pennsylva
nia, without distinction of party, will
comer a iavor oy puuiisning mis notice
Tun KimiT Houh Law. Tho ful
lowing is tho eight hour law passed at
tho lato session of tho Legislatures
Si:o. 1. That on and nftcr tho first
day of July, 1608, eight hours of labor
between tho rising and betting of tho
sun, snail iiuiiecmcii anil ucm to po a
legal day's work In all cases of labor
ami service py tno nay, wnen inert) h
no contract or ucrcenicnt to tho contra
ry. J'rovidcd, tho pay bo tho samo us
in ten hours.
Hix !i. This act shall not apply to, or
In any way ull'ect, farm or agricultural
labor or service by the year, mouth or
ween j nor snail any person uo prevent
ed by anything herein contained, from
working us many hours overwork, or
extra work as lio or sho may too lit, tho
tuiiiiii-usuiiuii tu uu iign-eu upon ou
tween tho employer and tho employee,
ttr.c. I). All other acts or parts of acts
relating to tlio hours of labor whlcl
snail consilium a day's work lu thl
rjiuio aro repeaieu,
Wasiiinoion, Mny 8,
In tho House Mr. Robinson offered.
as n question of privilege, n resolution
directing that tho resolution of tho
House ordering tho Impeachment of tho
President ho oxmintrctl from tho lour-
eal, and that afao slmtlic of tho Journal
with tho record thus expunged bo pre
sented to Mr. Johnson and each of his
living lineal descendants. Tho Speak
er ruled that It was not n question of
prlvllcgo, anil tho resolution was not
received. Tho bill to prevent tho salo
of public lands gavorlso to considerable
debate. WhlhiMr. Donnelly wns speak
ing n storm camo up nnd tho fall of hall
stones on tho glass roof rendered his
words Inaudible, ond tlio HoiisO ad
WAHUI.NUIU.V, J1HJ V.
Mit. Butler offered a resolution to
amend tho journal by striking out nil
record of tho resolution proposed by
Mr. Robinson to expungo the impeach
ment resolutions. Tho Speaker stated
that the resolution In question had not
been received, and consequently was
not on the Journal. Mr. Stevens, from
tho Reconstruction Committee, report'
td back tho bill to admit Arkansas to
representation in Congress. Ho moved
the iircvlous nuestlon, which was sec
onded. Mr. Bccklwns allowed twenty
minutes and opposed tho bill, on tho
ground of tlio sweeping disfranchise
ment, nnd other obnoxious provisions
n..nl..r..1 11. n..alll.,lln.. n.,.1 l.n.
LUIIliklllLU III IIIU VUilSlllMUUll, ttl.tl mu-
causo It could bo demonstrated that tho
nconlo of Arkansas had re ccted It at
tho polls. Mr. Woodward argued that
Arkansas nan never uccn out oi too
Union, and yet by tho forco of Federal
bavonots and bv clvlnir tho ballot to ne
groes It wos proposed to reconstruct tho
Stato; that juch reconstruction was
levying war against a State of tho Un
ion, and that tho authors of It Wero
guilty of treason. Mr. Stevens closed
the debate, and tho bill then naised
yeas 110, nays 32, Williams, of Penn
sylvania, and thrco other Republicans
voting no. a mil to nunmsouiu uar
ollna was reported, ordered to bo print
ed, and recommitted.
TIIK AltKAXSAS MM..
TiiEtti: Is evidently a feeling of un
easiness lu Radical circles lest tho ma
jority of tho Senate should refuso to
adopt the Arkansas admission bill in its
present shape. It will bo remembered
tuat it contains a nrovislou forbidding
tho peoplo of tho Stato to so alter or
amend it, as to deprive negroes of tho
prlvllcgo of voting. This is a feature
which It Is believed even Radical law
yers In tho Senate, of any standing,
..-til lML.n fn ,...lr.t.j. ..nt l.n.-,.,-.. Il.n.
, ill iliui; iyj .iiiiuf;u, iiui -7vi iiivj
are opposed to tho object sought to bo
accomplished, but for tho reason that
tlim l.-timv flint vnr-h n rntiiltt Inn Is lint.
valid in law, when applied to States of
mo i-eiierat union.
THE SUIlltATT TlilAf..
Tin; second trial of John II. Surratt
Is set for Tuesday next, tho 12th Instant,
beforo Judgo Carter, of the Supremo
Court of this District. It may possibly
commenco on mat nay, nut tliero seems
to bo an Impression that It will bo fur
ther postponed, at tho request of the
District Attorney. Tlio accused has al
ready been confined In ail over eiirh-
tcen mouths, notwithstanding tho fact
mat mo uonsiitution guarantees mm n
spceuy trial, tho caso nas uecn posi
tioned several times to suit tho convo-
nlcnco or eanrlcoof counsel'rcnreseiitinir
tho government, and It Is about time
that some disposition wns made of It.
Wasuinotos, Mny 12.
A resolution was adopted requesting
Gen. Grant to furnish n statement of
tho number of votes cast for and against
tho Constitutions of tuch Southern
States as hnvo concluded their elections.
A resolution directing an Inquiry to bo
mado into tlio treatment of rebel pris
oners in Northern prisons was laid on
tho table. Tho Hotiso then agreed to a
propo?Itiou to tako a recess, tho Sonato
concurring, from Saturday tho 10th in
stant to Monday tho 2-ith. Tho bill ap
propriating 7,i)uu to cover auonciency
in tho appropriation for Reconstruction
expenses in tlio Third Military District
was called up, and after tlebato was
passed. -Mr. Slovens, from tho Recon
struction Committee, reported n bill
providing lor mo admission oi jNortu
and South Carolina, Louisiana, Georgia,
anil Alabama, which was mado tho
special order for Wednesday next,
wncn itcoato wilt no allowed. -Mr.
Farnswortii reported from tho samo
committee a bill removing tho political
-11. ..i.ntu... r. , ..i i a t i i
iiis.iuiiitie.s itoiu uuuLit two iiumueii
residents of North Carolina. After de
bate tho bill was passed yeas 89,nuys
Washington, May 8.
The Senato yesterday met as usual.
and with closed doors proceeded to tho
consideration of tho various orders pre
sented rclntivo to taking tho final voto
on impeachment, nio first order was
that ol 31r. Sumner, dlrcctim? thnt tho
Senato proceed to voto on tho articles
nt 12 o'clock on tho day following tho
closo of tho arguments. An amend
ment was onereti proposing an adjourn
ment until .Monday at 1!! o'clock, and
that Immediately on usscmblinir on
that day tho voto bo taken, Sena
tors to havo permission to fllo their
written opinions to go on record. Tills
proposition was laid on tho table and
ono directing that the voto bo taken on
orbeioro Wednesday next was negativ
ed. Air. nun ner moveii lo nrneeeii nn
ncdlately to tho consideration of tho
articles lost, several other proposl
Hons wero considered, and tho Senato
finally agreed to adlourn to Monday.
and to tako tho final voto on the articles
on Tuesday at 11! o'clock without do
nate, senators will bo allowed until
Ihursdav to lilo written opinions re
garding their votes. Tho Senate then
adjourned to .Monday.
Washington, May 11,
iiictii comer or imit.aciimiint.
Tin; Senate, ns a High Court of lm
pcachment, assembled at 10 o'clock this
morning and very soon thereafter went
Into secret session. After thodoors wero
closed tlio Chief Justice submitted to
tho court tho form of questions prepar
ed by himself, and to bo propounded to
i-uni ionium un inu nujiutiuu articles
und it was thereupon ordered, on mo-
,.-,. wi . uliiiiivi , null WU 1U11II UU
adopted ns proposed, and that tho Chief
justice in inning inoscnso or tlio court
on tho final question, shall ask each
senator wnciner ho considers tlio res
pondent U're.s!dcnt)"gullty or not gull
ty." After this matter had been ills
posed of, n fifteen lulnuto debate nroso
on tno several articles, and Jlessrs,
Grimes. Hendricks. Davis niul Dnnllt.
tlo spoku In opposition to conviction ou
any.unil all thothargesiirelcrrcdlugalnst
tho Prosldent. On tho other : liniul.
Messrs. Williams, Stowart, Jlorrlll of
.name, romcroy, anil i;itmuuds aro said
to havo favored conviction on each ond
every article, Mr. Sherman declared
his intention to voto against conviction
ou tho first article, but was understood
tu iitvur it on tno second ami third, air,
Howo took similar around to that occu
pied by Mr, Sherman. Mr. Henderson
oi Missouri, (iiiti'cito regarded ns cer
tain for conviction. 1 Is snlil to hnvn nr.
gued in favor of acquittal on tho first
eight articles, making uo reference to
tho other thrco. Later in tho afternoon
Air. Tritmbu ob a ned tho iloor. and
according to current report nutslito tho
i-ii-imiu jiuiiiuer, lie- uiqiuscu cuuvitliuil
strongly, remarking, as Is understood,
that the charges preferred against tho
rresiuciii wouiii not no sustained in
any justices court In thu country. Jlr,
said to havo opposed conviction, adopt-
i cmviai':u mis tuo ne.t spe.iKer, anil is
nig ni Mimu iiuo oi argument lonow
ed by Jlr. Trumbull. Up to3o'docl(
this afternoon, tho "Impcachcrs" wero
bangulno of success . and somo of them
made heavy bets. Later in thn dav. n
reaction took place and odds wero off-
ered on acquittal, A eonsldcrablo
amount ot money wus staked by both
i'miiiuh in inu unmoor imiucdiaiciy
iront of tho Senatti Chamber,
Thu advocates of t'oiivtt-tlini In mak
ing up their lists of Senators, who In-
tend io voto mr tno removal or Mr,
Johnson, put down Wade, and somo of
them declare that tho scliemo cannot
succeed without his voto. Tho out nnd
out Impcachcrs will, of courso, voto for
conviction upon cacli nrticioscpnrniciy,
nnd if several Republican Senators who
nro against conviction on any one, two
or thrco articles go over and voto for It
on others, tho result will bo tho samo as
li mey voicti mat way on an.
i iio opinion seems to no general mat
President Johnson will ha nciiulttcd.
Tho names of tho following Republic
ans nro freely given as voters ngatnst
tho articles of Impeachment to-morrow
Grimes, Henderson, Trumbull, Van
Winkle. Fowler. Ross. Anthony, Fcss-
en den nml Frcllnghuysen.
VASMINiiTos, Jlny 13.
Tin; Senato galleries wero crowded
eslertlay long beforo tho hour for open
mr Court. Policemen wero stationed
In tho various aisles to presorvo order.
ino nrneepi titrs wero dunned wnn
prnyer by Rov. Dr. Grny. Mr. Ed
munds called for tho consideration of
tho order tiroviouslv offered by him,
proposing a ro-conslderntlon of tho voto
which directed tho final voto on tno
Impeachment chnnres to bo taken nt
noon. Mr. Chandler mado a statement
that his colleague, Mr. Howard, was
verv 111. that lin liml hnil a fever and
was delirious all night, nnd thnt his
physicians forbado his attending tho
Senate until ho was better. Ho there-
foronsked that tho Court ad ourn to
Saturday at noon. Several modifica
tions wero oi ereti ami re ecicu. nun
Mr. Sumner's motion was finally ngrecd
to. nnd tho Court thereupon ndjourncd.
Immediately upon tho adjournment
of tho Senato as nn Impeachment Court,
the President pro tempore resumed tho
cnair. nr. DraKo moved to atijouni
immediately. Messrs. Anthony, biicr
man, Hendricks nntl othors wero anx
ious to transact somo leirlslntlvo busi
ness. After eonsldcrablo debate, and
tlio exhibition ot connilcrnuio excite
ment on tho part of somo of tho Sena
tors rclntivo to tho action taken on the
Impeachment oucstlmi. the bill nrovid
lug for tho renewal of tho charter of tho
city of Washington was taken up. Tho
House amendment allowing persons to
voto after a residence of fifteen davs In
tno Ward, was rejected. Tho other
amendment wero ngrecd to and the
bill passed, tho senato then aujourn
Washington, 5Iny II.
Tho Senate adjourned yesterday un
til Saturday, anil no misincss oi impor
tanco was transacted In either House.
Tliero wero no new developments on
tho Impeachment nuestlon. Tho Radi
cals aro picking up confidence, and If
mey cannot securo mo votes oi tiouui-
lul senators mey win endeavor to pre
vent them irom voting nt an.
CAM, FOIl TIIK NATIONAL, DEMO-
Wasiiinoton, 1'cbruary 22, lsix3.
Tlio National Democratic Committee, by lrtuo
of tlio authority conferred upon them by tho last
isatiouai uemocrauc Lonveiiiion, ni u iiieeiini
held this ilav at Washington, ll. C, voted to lioli
t ho next l.'iiiiintloii fur tlio our nose of nomi Ha
ting candidates for President mm Vice-President
ol the unlit il btaieson inotin nny ouuiy, jsos,
nt 12 o'clock In Mio elti- of Now York.
Tho basis of representation, as ilxed by tho Inst
National Democratic Comentlon, Is douhlo tho
number ornenators aim iteprescntativcs in con
gress of each Btato under tho Inst npportlonment
Knell Htnto is Invited to send delegntcs accord
ingly. ... .
iiuuuni 111.1..UU.S i, ii!iu ilium,
I-'HEDKIUCK O, 1'ltINX'i:, Hccretnry.
Democratic) State Ticket.
CHARLES E. BOYLE,
OF PAYKTTi: COUNTY.
GEN. WELLINGTON H. ENT,
or columum county.
Wheat per bushel ,
. t Hi
, 11 (
. 7 00
, 2 10
Flour per oariel
, 1 SO
. 2 60
Shies niul Khouldcrs
l-nru per pound
Hay per ton
.. 10 IU)
Hemlock Hoard i per thousand feet
l'lno " " " (ono inch)
, SKI 00
... IS 00
o St. Kcantlllii?. I'lanlr. (Hem ockl
Shingles, No. 1 pel- thousand
No. 1 Hcolch pig.
No. -J " '
Tiiuhsday, May 11, lsM.
Norlhwesternsunerllnoat SsiOia 8.V
Northwestern extra tl.ooto) u.ftj
Northwestern family 10.00ill.7.
Pennsylvania and Western superiino... s.-.'sitll.oil
'cuusyivuulii nnd Western extra..
., ..rill(.l,lf 10.00
eiiusyivaiuil anil ttcsicru iiiiuuy
'eniiK.vivanlu and Western faucy
WllKAr Pennsylvania led, bus
hoinuern ' ,
California 11 "
" Mhilo "
IIyk Ponnsvlvnnla rye. "Hlma
1-KovisloNS Mess l'ork, V bbl
Dressed llog, lb
Kmokeil llnms '
" Shoulders V to
Laid, lli :
HbKlis Cloverseed bus
Timotnysecii y bus M
Cattle lleef Cattle -ri lb
MIIKK1- p 11 ....
nous ti iW its
(ji,mii I iim)(,;i,
MI'.NDIINHALLDAVIH-On the 7th Inst., nt
tne resuieoi-ooi me urine's lamer in- liev. I lios,
m. ciiiiiis, .nr, jiH-oiioie .-iieliileuhnll ori--rnnlt
nn Township, to .Miss A ionium Davis
si'i:wi:n nr.i-ti; in liiiiru.isi.iiri. i,- itv. i
A. lleckley, .Mr. W. 1'. .M'Lweu to Miss Hnlllo
licese, ooiu oi ureeliu ood.
K' lTCIir.N-MOnr.-Ill nionmshurg, on tho 22.1
of April, ism. by John M. Chemlierlln.r.sn..Mr.
Kll Kitchen to Mrs. Cnlhariuo More, ull ol tills
LAKH LUTZ In Illnomsburir. on thn Dili Ins
by Itev, .Mr. Thomus, Mr. Jnmes IjiUo tu Mrs,
iiiiiuiuiiiit-j.uiz, uoiu oi l.spy, i'u.
l'UItHllh-ln Valley Towiuhlp, Montour Counly
uunuiuiuuv-iiitvviii, imuivi iu roil or,, uui
t-j j ears 9 muntlu ami lUduyi,
After a life of nturly thrru wore nl Un,
nmUiurouiuUilliy Ills family towhoso happiness
lu hiul for m loug nUme contributed, hU spirit
jmssed gently Riul iicnccfully ftwny to Him wli
(,'iivc It. JIN HUiemi wns Ions nnd tciUoux.lmt 1:
Ufa th was jiftliilenH, "Tlio Lord glveth and the
Lord Ulioth uway, Moused no tho lumie of Hi
K of 1UMH, MoHKia 1 mon l'leaK of Col uinb I,
u, 1 county n l a sto.
Oroitm: Lmii. J Mny T lsWi
Notlcols licrchv bIvcii, that tho imdcrttlmie
iippoinieunnuuimorny.no biuu uouu, 10 111
tribute thu fund nrUlnu from tho Hht-rllpH Mile
thn. ml iktfitnor Dcfi-niiillit. und onlereil In I
Mild Into Court! will attend nt tho Hd-Uter'n 1
i)(o lu JtlwmuljurK.onHatunlny.Jui.o 6tli, 1ms.
for tho t'lirpofcour moniiiKht.ni uuiriinitioii. a
lierhoiiM mo hereby rcnuiteu to mitKo t
ilulnuto Mtld fund befuo tho auditor at t
lime m perilled, or ho tieoarreii from rninitiu
upon fculd fund. JUllN (J. I'ltl'i:!:,
why 1V-'. Au-sitor
"IJ AifiKTrh" ileajo popy.l
1-' I N O.
Itiiol-'INU In rolls, reaily to bo nnlteililoiiii.
ltOUl-'INll eostlnif uiuili less, nml inoiu durublo
IIOOFINU thut inn boni'i-lUtl by any ordinary
IlOOi-'INO that will not eipnntl or eontrnc-t by
inu uLiiuii ui me nt-iiiiiri.
HOOFING hut Is nilunteil tosteenor lint roofs.
Hi nil for asami'le uuil clreular. llHAUV Itliul
inu iii., si .'muiuiijjuue, isow lurK,
OAIiKH COl'I'KH HT1U1' I'KK.
1-or liuiul or horse-ioi e r, ueknowleilut ditto lust-
.-!, i-uait-i, uiiu ill v 1 ry w ny uesi lit use. 1 01
salcby J.lt.DI.CA'lUltA CO., Healers 111 Ag-
rjtulturul liiiltnunla, tie.
Henil lor !l!ustrnlu
Hill)', 13, wi. Jin,
OF SEATED LANDS IN COLUMUtA CO.
orreiuilylothoiirnvwoinnr Hie An i
ncnibly, cntllloil nn Act in rcuum iiiomntoiicui
,. lulHHtHl tllO HUt It (Illy OI Alltll, IS) 1, U1U iii-ii-
uri-nit tlio (Anility or L'uiumuin iit-rt-iiy Ki"
notlro to nil persons coiicerncil tlit-rcln, tlmt hu
ms tllO UlUDIf, millil, ISI'IHIUI, I i Hi r nun ruiiu
I'lixcs Ptc.iluo on tho following rcnl estiMoMlunto
In tho County of I'olumbln, nro palil Ucforo tno
tiny or snip, IIIO wnoio or BUCll imrwi ni men ns
in fin miiti nt tho court liouso la llloomsbum.
ll tm-1 leelinrnes nnu eosis cimrciiiiia uiereou
County of Columbia, on Ino 8lh of Juno, lsos,
mill III UO eoiiliuiieu iij uiijtiiiiiiiiu-ii, ... ....j
ilm- f..- .franrnvp. nt tnXI-4 lltlfl Unlit POlltltV nhU
tlio costs necrucuon each respectively I
Year. Arm. Ou-Hcrt. Tennnlt. Jtot. Cf.
111 ain Col. Conl A Iron Co, llenver sua ii
1II-,V0 11 Jtlller&Mnnli ' 2 li
lull 1 1 Amm-M i ni-.r 1114
lti :rr .Inlm .tnlitismi " 1) TU
isill-i SI John VCiesMol! " 33 31
1KIH KM Anthony Iwvls " II 111
111-0 ! T, HI. II11M1I0 r.iO'i
111-3-0 iixj mnnn x .inner " wt'a
.nnnu, ltniiiy a umi
Miller, fisher lunr-
11. . il nej niiiiis
John Konns lleliton
1 1 Irani WelKfrcId "
l'i-li-r HlmltX '
ill Vnni-v 1'ri-nlU Illoom'
lit AiiRiistusHclincll UcrwUH llor, 1 n
lit Wm Ashman "
lltOM-cn Cnln "
lit Jnmes Collier "
JUKIlen liurkln "
Cil Kline. I.liulcnmlth & Co. "
lit John 1). Moraau "
llt.Mlclincl Nmfii "
I I. ncol) .MUICY iunyiiKimiii . i
lit Anthony O'Uonnell '
JUJohn Hhaw '
litCharles UalloRlicr '
VltKlmon Ashton 1
lltPemcrlck crnno '
lltJnhn Hopkins 1
lit Peter llower '
lit Wm Chapman
W Jacob Hnytler
If, It. llnycock
Ml ll. inrni-
GO Jacob Ynpto "
lit John llcmlrrsliott (I. Wool
llttlrlllllh l'hllliis "
8 Jnckson A, Watts '
lit Mnry Allen "
lit vm iiKar
lijo lless .V Ooliter Jackson
31 John K. Keeler "
-IS lleiiryshnli-nbertjcr "
117 Pin hi lllshllno "
117 James liowmnu "
li Hess, Ham & l'ersy M
210 James Uoiston "
-.'0 Cyrus lialrit's I'M. Maillsnn
luo 11, Mllhelm's 1M.
lit At am wel Ivor " !
10O Wm Clialnberllll l'lno 1 il
17 Jackson II ulilo " 0-1
Hoi nunc s lil
Pavl.l Hweeney " :i Is
Ht'liuylrr At waller
Iini John Coiner's 1M.
IH.i 31 Cole John
ILi -Vi John I'olk
1KIL1 117 Jnliii l i-rolt
1K0.I-1-5 Ki Polly lless (whtow) Hilgnrlonf Ul
1SIL1 Hill llenrv floliler " ll'i
IStiO Ult Charles Muffler Hcott t to
OI-' UNSUATCI) LANDS I'Olt COLUMUIA CO,
Acreeably lo tlio provisions of an Act of As-
hem hl ptitltleil nn Aet illreetlm: the inouo o
selllliff unseateii inniis lor mxes nnu ioroiner
jiurposes passetl inu i-iiil uny oi iunreu no, null
lm imtlier soiinlements thereto nnsseil on tho
l.ltli itnv of Mart-li 1817 anil the -2.it h ilav of March
ls'l.ntiil tho Bth ilav ofMarch 1817. the Treasurer
ort'olumuln county nereoy Rives notieo to nu
ncrsons eonereneu iiierein nun unless inu i nun
ty. lloail, HchiKii, l-oor, liounty aim wtato -inxe
ue.on tlio foilowlni; tracts of unseateii lanils sit-
IIIIIUIII IUIlllllUHl.-"llllJ,U I'.HU U.UIU IIIV 1MJ
nrHfllp. Mm uholo or such tiarts of ench trnetiis
will nny Iho costs chnrKcublo thereon, will bu
solil at tho Court House lu tho town of lllooms-
buri:, county oi uoiumbiaon tuo sin oi June, isns,
nml in font I nun hv lulloin nment from ilav to dav
for aircaraKes of taxes duo snlil County, nml tho
lots ni-crueii on ench tract respectively.
,Yu. ti Acres. traucia or un-iicis.
! 10 01
4i Ann Christmau
12 John J. Kariis
48 Tracy White
Columbia Coal A lion Co.
Barah A. CofTmnn
Mnan A Hoat
M'Dowell Illttenhouse A Vi
Samuel Illank 1
William J.llrtlaln 7 so
(luy llryan l i
John Cain -1
Wiu.'J. Clem 11
Wm. I,, l-'reas 20 io
Wm. 11. Hartman 1
H, 1-'. Heuilly 1.0 I).
Jolin I'arkerson 3 21
Abrnhnm lleeser 11
.lohn It, Hult
Geo. It fit ham
I lobe it Jordan
Lew is Walker
T. Hustaii0, W. tlrenouHh'
Mary itusian oi-
1 Ull.Mllll 1 it II V 11 ll Jt I' LU I
lienjamln Coo m bo
Ualah Conner's llulo
M. h. llrown
Jlenjamin Jleiber I
Joseph Clew ell :i
J. S. llrobst
J. 1'. l-'lnchcr ll)
rinvhcr A Thomrw 37
i:iljah Itcynold A Co. 0
Oco. J. ruUmcr I
J, N, JoncH
John Alkuar i
Wm, lluckulcw's l.htato "I
& Ilnllman 11
Wm. Mears 5
Hamuel J. IValcr 11
Wm. Uobblns A Co
Win. Hhuuars 1 f
1, tShoier A KfUlincr ll
Cvrui 11. White 11
Abraham Young 11
m. Ikclcr 7
Margaret Lemon 11
Joseph I'llkinulon is
John 11. K m tz 1
lnac Dew it t it
Daniel Kllno a
John Melllclc 1
1. It, Appleniau V
M Aiitihu.inii l
Hamutl llrniflcr lj
Nathan Campbell 6
IL I. M'llride
l'lilnras llllllnutoii 10
John l ihlier u
Mary Myers M(iretnouBh"
Thos. Itustan "
Iianlel Hecfco " 17
Mary Hiiblau " 11)
Charlotte Hustan " It)
jolin ueynouu I'J
&l Ml CM N J AMVV It HA
Thomas HuHtan " t
Daniel IUus 11 17
Mary Hunt an 111
Cliarlotlo llusiuu iu
John Key n bids " l!)
joi m ana Jos jtnoaiu
(len Lntlmcr 8
ftuiitiher tXiioiMtier i vj
Joshua Zlmiccrmuii a 01
Jacob Horn boy j Ol)
Joel Sutllir tm
Samuel Turk's VM, txl
David lliowi8r, 37
Daniel A Uaao Yuttcr I 30
Daniel Yelter H ;.1
Jacob lloktlvr 7 1M)
J IM'lncher 0 U)
II (1 Miller dcu'd, 10 U)
l'hlllp Miller -S7J
Daniel bbuman dee'd, 0 U'i
Heuben hhuman 51 imj
Joshua Wtbb 1 HI
Vlitllp Wull 'JJ
JoHiphHtrctrh 30 W
Jolm Alo I O)
10 Mloliail drover CI
25 James Kvcrctl's IVl. 1 .1
I'll Jeicminh llnpenbuch S7
M Samuel Crpvellni; Ti
1(1 JolmMollcIt 2 W)
(fcollldloy tl )
William lloirmnn 0-1 40
M J riijintis 21 II
loi) Win Wldcnhaincr as 20
ft SyhcMcr 1 lentil (I t
ho Jos Itckart 2-S so
J0 Thomas liundcM 7i iw
52 IVtcrlluchncr .1 os
(Hi Thomas liarncs :t
321 (Irol)cwcs I'ltl'i
lim John HiiMln il n
2Xi l'hlllp Knlh H :m
120 Inane Llnvlll 7 Th
M Jacob Trim 3 10
M Abraham llcnbor I -
reterMencli 2 7.1
M (leorgollluss 1 HI
2i Abraham Sholtx'HlVt '272
2.1 . Jamison Keeler 8 .Tl
4D Samuel rntr, 4 ri
li' .lames Hucknlcw IS (is
M Israel Copo I HI
7.i Mary Custard 7 31
O) Daniel Kvcrlmrt 411")
M Hon (leal hart 7W
20.1 Hobcrttlray lit lis
an oossu's jt io tis
ll'i Anlhony fJcarhait ll 21
W Wm (learhart hi M
M l'ollyllcss Widow ft ai
JV'i Abraham Kliuo y?i
2."o Hubert Montgomery IVt l't Mi
2oo " i m
111 , Daniel J M'Henry -mi
R Abraham Yoiik li :tt
April J ACOIt YOlIII, Treasuur.
ry ono at thins, feels tho necessity ofMiino
thing to tone up thoHyslcm dcpicsscd by mental
or bodily exhaustion. At such times let cvciy
ono Instead of tnkiiiK alcoholic or medicinal slim-
ulantswilchairoid only n temporary relief, re
ln Igorato his debilitated system by tho natural
tonic elements of tho
nr I'rotectid Solution of tho 1'iotoxldo of Iron.
which vliallres nml enriches tho blood by sup-
piling it viui lis nro j:inunt,lion.
HcliiK fuufiom Alcohol In any fotin, Its tiicr-
glzlntf cllcclsare not followed by corresponding
reaction, but aro permanent. In Tuning strength,
vigor nnd new llfo Into nil parts of tho system,
and building up an Iron Constitution.
in, C. SterlltiK. Y.M.. of roimhkcensle. N. ..
aysi "slnco taking tho lVru inn Syrup I feel
better, my stienglh l Improved, my bowels nro
'millll,I!l)T lllU'lllO lllhl Illll',
'1 hero Is uu old Ptivslclitn In IliU vv (iicv
than 1 am), who has been tu tho Drug business
for 10 years, who has used tho Hyrun for three
i It ns his decided opinion, that
atlc Tonic Medicine ho eer
It Is tho best Alle
I'or Dyspepsia, Debility, nnd Kemnlo Weak
nefcses, thu I'cruvlanSyiup lsu spcclilc. A32ngo
pamphlet iscnt Dee. 'ihegenulno has "Peruvian
syrup" blown In tho glass. J. J DINMMOlti:,
rioprieior, jso.;iij pey rsew oric. sold ny nil
M-llOFlI.A tl'IIKIl A1TKII HIIVPN VKAIts' Sl'l
, W. lforuortIN(,,n prominent lawyer of Park
rsburg, W. a., hays : " I had 37 llunnlng Clc
rs when I commenced tnklntr Dr. Aii.lrrM' inillni.
Wntcr. Mv Hreast. Throat und l'nco wns ono
continuous torc. I nm now a well mnn, nnd am
satlsilcd tho lodlno Water sacd my life."
vniuiiirM nt rt'gnni iu mis renicuy win no fieiu
.1. I DINHMdlM:. I'rimr ulnr im llnv MrM(
New York For salo by Druggcsts generally.
May i, (is.
Theauclents desired "locks bnshvnnd bind; u
the raven" as one of the nerfccllnns nf nmnhnnil
nnd tresses long, silken and lustrous, ns tho
crowning beauty of womnnhood, but Time, tho
sly old dog. drew his ilntrers through their hair
and left "his mark" In white. Tlmo Is now baf-
lied by those who uso Hlng s Vegetable. AmbrnsU
the crenteHt nnd mast it-linbln Hair Ucslmiit ln
of modern times. May 1 - It
INI'OUMATION.-Informntlon guaranteed to
produce a luxuriant growth of hair upon ubald
ncau or oearuicssjactv nison rcceipo lor tho re
liinciit nf lMmulflti Itlntr-linu IVnnHniia ....
the skin, leaving tho ha mo h'oft, clear, nnd beauti-
uu, can oeooiameii wiinouicnargooy nuuressilig
htpU'CT. b'Zi lirondway, New York.
TO I'AUMiniH AND I'LANTICIIH.
uio suosciihers oner lor saie.tn lois to suit pur
r hnscrs 'JUOTONHOC DOUIiLi: ULriNLlI I'lHI.
DKirni: of tho Lodl Manufaclurlnif Co.. mnd
lrom tho night hoi, blood.ollal nnd dead trnimals
of New Yoilc City, for which tho Company lme
I'xcluslvoeoiiliact. l'rlcoonly 2 DOLLARS l'Lll
TON. freluht and ihaiilCS fiom New York ndibtil.
Warianted by tho Company to bo equal WKiunr
for WKHiiirio any hlli priced superphosphate
lu tho market, 'J ho results on Corn, Cotton, To
bacco mid (Jralu havo been ustonlshing the past
season. It matures tho crop from lo dais to two
weeits earlhr, and doubles thn crop. Tho
l'amphlo with certlllcnto of hundreds of well
known;planters nnd farmers, nnd o cry t n forma-
llnti.sint lion InnnriuiA nimMiiirliv Iminr r-
otherwlso to McCOLlAJM A I'lllWKLL, l'.spy Co
lumhlacounty.'l'n., or to the Lodl Manutaclur
lng Company, New Yoik. reb,21,lMW,
CHILLS AND rilVKH, DYSIMII'HIA, LIVT.lt
COMPLAINT, AND ICIDNUY DISILVSHH
Mism.KU'a iu. uu KirrKUs
Has cured morn dkonsfn iln.p., it t.nu i.,...,.
used, thanall other Medicines eomblued. It Is
the only remedy thnt really purines the blood,
nnd has ncer lulled In curing Dyspepsia, l'eer
und Ague, nnd diseases of tho Liver,
nun. iij uu uiuKKiMH nun ueaieis,
DH.H. 11. HAH'IMAN A I'll Prr.nrh-tr.ru T mm.
caster, Tu., and Chicago, Illinois.
TO COXSITMITIVKM Thn TJa.- im.mi a
llson will send (freo of charge) to nil who desho
It, tho prescription with (Indirections formaklng
and usinir th,t slinolu ltnictK' hi vrhicii imunu
cured of a lungallectlon aiuUhutdrended dlsenso
tiiiihiiiiipiiuii. ins oniy oujeci is to hchcnl tlio
ullllcted, nnd ho hopes every sullerer will try this
piescrlptlon, as It will cont them nothing, and
lll.V. UDWAltl) A. WIIAON,
No. 111 South Second Sheet,
;n3rfJ7-ly, Williamsburg, Kings eo.,N, V.
lil) FlUKNDS & NKW F1UKNDS,
THIS WAY 1 1
A. Ilnrlmiin's new btoio Ilooms on Mnln .St.,
At- At'., ic'.
... .". .'!V,V ,"t"'l,KO'l Mipiily of S'fOVKS AN11
1 1 AltU llnviiigsecuiiii n Mell-Itiiown nml
siiieiior Moikmnn, Is iirepnuil lo mnlto new
woiic, nml lepnlilnij to outer.
hl'HUTI.NO MAU1-: '10 OIllltK.
fail nml sit-
.Allnschtnpforensliortmilo ns Iho ehen)iesl.
lininiuiuuil HMl run ) rMllllU
rjp o v a it ; it si
I'AL'II'IC UUANO t'OMl'ANY'S KOMJIII.i:
1' AOI1MC G U A X O.
Till', ATTENTION of l'nrmers nml oilier eon
hllmersoiriilllleis Is linlteil lo this Uunno, ns
woithy ol their speelnl notli-o. Its use for scver
iil yinrs In Mui IuikI, Vliiilnlit unit oilier Soulli.
eni Hlntes, lur ull erops, hns ulveii It n slumlnril
thnriiLter lor exeellemu uiieiiunlleil by nny oth
er. It possesses ull tho qulnltness of Peruvian
(lunnowltli pi-rmniu-nt itualltles not fomul in
that nillcle. 30 It.s. of this tJunno mo fouml
marolhun tquul lo 31k: lbs, of iho best buoer.
pho-.phutes. It ripens tho whenterop fiom ilvo
to se en days earlier lhan tho phosphates, whleli
f.tctnlono nives it inenleiitnblo nilvuillnies, I.lb.
era! illseoiinttoilt-ulers, I'or snto by
JOHN H. nuiwi: A CO.,
IJenerat Auents for I'nelllo tlnnno fo..
3.S South lleluwaro Ave., I'lillatl'u
Anil 71 bouth Mrtet llaltliuoie,
JUTUAL 1AVK I.VSUnANC'K CO.,
o r n i: w v o it k.
7-'. ,y. IIV.VA'VO.V, J'mldcnt.
(Iross Assets I'eb, 1, I-OS i1,.H(l,nil) ,Vj
lueonu.liir IWI7 li,7S0,M ui
DlvWenil paid Policy holders In 1MI7, 2,x;ti;m m
Iju test Mutual Company In tho world,
Jt'iiN u, i hi:i:zi:, At-eut,
Jlurcll WJ'US-tf. llloomibuiu, I'u,
HU P.M.. v
Ifpper Story, dw, X
May8 it, ? j D.
uu WedncMlay, April 15th, IsfiH, between my
house lu l-'lhlihiKcicck township und lllooms
burg,H hhtep sklu poiket book ubout six Inches
long ami tbito liitlas wide, with n strap at
Inched which had a small holo In tho end, lu.
side bnmuwhnt mouldy. It con I allied guj.ootn
bills of tho following denomlnulloiist Klvo ten
dollar bills, and nino ilvotlollur bills. Ten Dol
larw rewaitl will bo paid tu any person u turning
tho above to thu owner. III. I UOII11LNH.
Apr, ilVdvlt, 1'oiks, V, O,, Columbia Co,, l'a,
riOL3tLJJUA COUNTY AOHI
J CULTUHAL HOCILTY,
The annual meeting of tho Columbia County
Agrlcultmal, Horticultural, and Mtehanlcal As.
soeiatlou fr the e lctlioti of olllcers to bere. ono
year, will bo held at tho Court House, lu ltlooms
burg, on Saturday, tho liithday uf May,lsas,
between Uioliouisuf2nnd :i o'clock, i. m.
JOHIU'H CONNllll, I'rcst.
L. II. llt'l'EitT, Kec'y, May
'Iho public. uro hereby notified not lu trust or
hai bur uu my account, a woman calling herself
Mary Oelgerfurmerly Mary, Ward ua I shall pay
no debts of her contracting unites couiiclled tu
do so by duo con i bo uf law, DANILL UL'IULlt,