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THE COLUMBIAN, BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
KUIDAT MOIIXI.NCI, .U'NE !MI, 1HOH.
4f-TllKCaLC.Ulll.VN lit. Ilir LulRrtt
Glr.ulMluu In Columbia nntl atljolnlttR
ftinntL. of ii' tmic r ptitilUlicil kcrr, Anil
ll ftl.o a much larKtr .lit.l than uny of
tli cot.mporftrt,. anil It th.r. for. lite licit
mtdlnm far ailvf rllftlng In Ibli ...lltm rr
She Xntane Asylum.
AN act of tlio Inst Lcgiilaturu author
ized tho purchncofnfrm,nn(lthM'iT
lon ofHiillnbto bulliliiiKi tot an lti.'tiuo
Aoylum for Northern l'onniylvanlii.
Tlio conipctlnjr Counties seem to bo
llrndford, Lycoming, Montour, Colum
bia ntul Luzerne. Tho farm Ii to con
twin not less that two hundred nntl fifty
acrc9 of land, to bo wlthlneasy dlitaneo
of a town, and of railroad and ennnl, to
lie In a healthy neighborhood, and to
havo an unlimited oupiily of puro soft
water; tho requirement of this latter
artielo bclnji Klfty tlimwind kiiIIoiih
On Friday of last week the Committee
appointed by tho Legislature, consist
ing of Dr. Curwen, Dr. fircen of North
amp ton, and Dr. Heed of l'lttitbtirg;
und accompanied by (Jovornor Geary,
Miss Dix, Dr. Ray, Dr. Klrkbrlde.fjcna
tors AVorthlngton and Krrettand I'rof.
Wlckershani and other gentlemen of
reputation and offlclal position, arrived
in llloomstburg by a special train. Tho
party was met at the Depot of the
lllooinsburgnud Lackawanna ltailroad,
by tho citizens of Illooniburg, among
whom were Senator Uitcknluw, Judge
Elwell, William M'Kolvy, Charles It.
J'axton, Judgo M'HeynoldM, Irofesor
Carver and many others, In carriages
provided by tho Committee of arrange
ments of whleh lion. Leonard 11. ltu
pert wnn chairman, and Hov. Mr. Wal
ler, Dr. M'Kclvy, Dr. Ilradley, D. A.
Ueckley, and John A. Funston Esq.
were members. Among the gent'omen
accompanying the Committee vc were
glad to meet Hon. Thomas Chalfant,
our lato efficient member, who was
largely Instrumental In necurlng the
pa.sfiago of tho bill.
In a few minutes niter their arrival,
at tho Kxchange, tho Company again
entered tho carriages and drove to the
farm of Hev. D. J. Waller which had
been offered as n proper Mte for the pro
posed Asylum. Twenty or thirty car
riages filled with citizens escorted tho
Committee ami distinguished strangers.
A pretty thorough examination of the
farm was made nnd an extended view
of the surrounding country given from
several points. Many questions were
asked, but of con rue nothing was learn
ed of the views of tho Committee. They
were thought to be favorablo from the
desire exhibited to obtain full and cor
rect information as to nil points. The
general salubrity of tho country, the
elevation, tho dlstnncc from tho river,
the beautiful Flshlngercek running
through tho farm, tho fact that sup
plies of all kinds could bo readily and
cheaply obtained, and that coal could
bo delivered on tho spot for about $3,00
per ton, seemed to secure to Blooms
burg more advantages than appertained
to any other locality.
After tho drive over the farm, tho
whole party, now numbering about one
hundred persons, adjourned to tho
Island, and partook of refreshments pro
vided there, consisting of every tiling
good, and closing up with lee Cream
and Strawberries. Just as tho eating
was fairly over, a thunder storm camo
rumbling over tho hills aud dispeed
the party to their heveral carriages In
onsldcrablo hurry, and great good hu
mour. Alter tho return to town (low Oeary
visited tho Institute with I'rof. Carver,
und addrcs-ed the ndiool in tho Hull of
the Institute. At 6;I8 l M. the Gov
ernor and cortege took tho train for tho
SWINDLE!! IN CYOHiltU-H. 0 (IK!
constantly in receipt of communications
from all parts of tho country, covering
lottery speculations, und other swin
dles under the frank of member nf Cbfi.
grest. Inasmuch as they are unable to
frank a sufficient number of envelopes
by writing their own names, tlicy have
stamps made which they present to
their friends, aud thus cheat tho Gov
ernment. We havo now before us nome
documents and circulars from n set oi
Claim Agents In Washington, under
the frank of John A. Logan tlo pet
Impeacher of the Radicals. It h the
duty of every tax-payer to use his In
fluence against this Congirsional swln
Uerom: .surrendering the War Qftice
Stanton destroyed many, very many,
papers on fllo there relating to secret
Interior party matters, particularly of
detective matters nnd confidential re
ports, upon which his high-handed ac
tion was In many Instances based. It
will never be known how much the In
dependence of his subordinates lias been
oppressed. In all tho branches of his
office the, Freedmen's Ilurcau, the De
tectlveand the Army holms had a host
of satellites In Kccret correspondence
with him, the matter of which has no
doubt been destroyed. In tho Army
tho purest nnd best havo had to ho ex
tremely cautious of speech among even
intimate associates. The Army has been
degraded by his minions. A bettur
"Let us havo peace," say Grant's fit
rlemcn, nplng their leader.
Who hinders you? You havo Con
gress by more than two-thirds in either
branch, Tho President U not In your
way, for you can and do override oil his
vetoes. The Supremo Court Is not In
your way, for you can aud do abridge
Its Jurisdiction. Tho army Is not in
your way; for you have created Grant
military dictator In the rjoutliern ties
ert which you have made In ten States
and call peace. These powers you have
and havo had for Uireo years, thus lit
terly unimpeded havo you been on
every hand. If you wanted peac why
didn't you glvo us peace?
CIkn. Giiant Bhid 111 18CI ; " I am a
Democrat, and overy man in my regl
nient is n Democrat, nnd when I shall
bo couvlnccd that this war has for It
object any other than what I have men
Honed, or the government designs iis
Ing Its soldiers to e.vecuto the purposes
of tho abolitionists, I pledgo my honor
ns a soldier that I will curry my sword
on the other side and uist my lot with
tlio people." A chutigo has come over
tho spirit of CJoncral arant's dream,
but ho has fulfilled hid promise to cast
Ills Jot With tho Radicals who woro tho
alllM of the rebels during tho war.
Gka.nt made the followtngspeech on
being visited by thecomiiiltteonppolnt
cd to Inform him of his nomination :
"You'd scarce expect one of my age,
To speak In public on tlio stage.
And If 1 chance to fall below
Charles Sumner and GalushaGrow,
Don't view mo with Hen Iluller's eye,
IJut pass my Imperfections by.
From Marshal's pups great dogs do blow;
From llttlo colls great horses grow.
As you'll agree, It Is too Into
For mo to try to tultlvato
Tho art of speaking. Therefore I,
Will let thu little Job go by.
I'll only say that I'll fulfill,
Whatever you, my friends, may will.
Aud It Is now my full Intent,
If I am chosen President,
To so discharge ofllclal duty,
That every nct,my friends, will suit you.
Witiisk the careful reading of every
qualified voter of either party of tho
Why is tho burden of taxation bo op
pressive, and employment senrco?
Why nro thero to-day hundreds of
thousands of whlto men nnd women In
the North living In dread of starvation
within the preent year?
Why aro thirty milllonsof whlto men
taxed fur the special benefit of n class
who pay no taxes on the great bulk ot
Why should there be over two thous
and millions of dollars exempt from
If negroes aro fit for freedom, why
has n great poorhouso system for their
support .to bo kept up nt the expense of
If thu war was prosecuted for tho
preservation of the Union, why nro ten
States kept out of It?
Let the onswer, ns your own heart
and Intelligence suggest, he given next
October and November.
Ta x nu a r t e it Dr. ATI i .An exchon go
says It has been decided that dying
won't suvo a man or woman from tho
payment of taxes. Assessors aro In
structed that " Incomes of persons who
died after tho 31st of December, aro tax
able, and should bo returned by execu
tors, and also all Incomes which accru
ed In 1SG7 to persons who died within
that year. Income accruing after de
cease should be returned by heirs."
Thus It is seen that the insatiate tax
gatlieier follows a man In Ills coffin, nits
ut tlio portals of the tomb, plants him
self at tho side of tho grave digger, as
ho drops the clods upon tho mortul ro-
mains, and, after dogging tlio carriages
of tho mourners, stalks homo llko i
spectre and enters upon his books the
expected Income the Treasury is to de
rive therefrom. What a blessing is n
ritli namo of President Andrew
Johnson was stricken from tho roll of
membership of tho New York Union
league ou 'lliursuay evening. Stale
As Mr. Johnson was not a member
of tho organization wo do not see ns it
amounts to very much. Somo timo ago
an Hon. Mr. Somebody of tho Radical
persuasion, refused to accept nn appoint
ment as visitor to West Point, but it
turned out that ho never was appointed.
The Radicals aro so filled with a "spirit
of pure cussedness" that they Insist on
refusing things which they haven't got
and turning pcoplo out of places when
they have never been.
Can any ono inform us ns to the
whereabouts and present condition of
ono Useless Mcrcur formerly a member
of Congress? So long a tlmo has elapsed
slnco tho honleed eloquence of tho em-
nont .statesman 1ms fallen upon tho de
lighted public, that it is feared li hns
come to grief. Can It be that any one
in tho country of tlio Ku Klux Klan,
has accidentally heard of him nnd of
fered him up as a sacrifice to thut bloody
organization. Mercur's friends should
stir h!m,uporho will hardly bo re-elect
ed even with tho support of all tho "em
inent citizens" of this and other burgs.
Tin: Radicals are highly delighted
with tho nomination of Grant, nnd
hpeak of him ns "the soldier and tho
statesman." Wo confess wo aro at a
lose to know whore ho acquired his
right to tho latter title. What position
lias ho occupied, to call forth his states
manship. as it shown in his passing
through all thu grades of politics from
Democracy to Radicalism, or was it ex
hibited while Secretary of War Z-ii-Urim
Tiiaddkl's Sri:vr.NH,. -ome tun since,
spoke as follows: "If tho President Is
not convicted, tlio Radical candidate
will carry but two Northern States
Massachusetts and Vermont." The
"Great Commoner" ought to be a pro
phet of some standing In his own par
ty. Wilt his prediction bo verifled?
Oregon says "yes." Wo sincerely
trut tho old Radical may not bo disap
pointed in his calculations.
Tim present Superintendent of tho
Public grounds and buildings at liar-rl-burg,
receives a salary of 1200, and
has three assistants, eacli with awilnry
of fsno, per annum.
During the administration of Guv.
Packer, and previously, Mr. Charles
Mullln was paid 2.5i) per diem for do
ing tho same work, now dono by four.
Very great at retrenchment, these
Tin; first popular election slnco tho
nomination of Grant and Colfax took
place In Oregon. Tho result Is a repu
dlatlon of tho tlckot. If tho Pacltlc
States, which have been counted as sure
for Radicalism, thus thunder against it
what will happen when tho Kastern
and Central States announce their ver
diet? Radicalism will then orumblo
and fall to pieces.
A Trilune correspondent Is credited
with tho stntement that Hiram U.
Grant "still preserves tho sweotness
aud simplicity of country boyhood."
It Is put up in cans and ordors from Or
egon and Connecticut nro respectfully
Wt.ndkm, PniLi.irs pursues Grant
with cruel lltcralncss. Ho now says:
"Grant cannot stand up before a glass
"of whiskey without falling down,'
from which It must tie Inferred that ho
does not take It " straight," but tho re
verse. Raijicai. leaders openly treat with
contempt tho idea that thero Is such u
thing u Public Virtue, nnd yet straugo
to say, tho most effective support thut
party receives, comes from bo-called re
Tho President's Veto Message,
Wamiinuto, Juno SO,
Tut: following Is tho text of the mes
sage of tho President on vetoing tho
Arkansas bill :
7b (lie. House of Jlenresenlativm : T rn-
turn without my signature a bill enti
tled "An net to admit tho stnto of Ar
kansas to representation In Congress."
Tho approval of this bill would bo nil
admission on tho part of tho Kxecutlve
that tho "Act for tho moro efficient
government of tlio rebel States," pass
ed March 2, 1807, and tho acts supple
mentary uiereio, were proper aim con
stitutional. My opinion, however, In
referenco to these measures hns under
gono no change, but on tho contrary
has been strengthened by tho results
which have attended their execution.
Kven where this tho case, I would
not consent to a bill which Is based
upon tho assumption either thnt by nil
act of rebellion of n portion or tho peo
ple, the State of Arkansas seceded from
tho Union, or thnt Congress may, at
Itsplcasuro, expel or oxcludo a stnto
from the union, or liitcrrutit tho trov-
eminent by arbitrarily depriving it of
representation in mo senate ami tlouso
of Representatives. If Arknnsns is a
Stnto not In tho Union, this bill does
not admit her as a State Into tho Union.
If, on tho other hand, Arkansas is n
Stato in tlio Union, no legislation Is
notes nry to die nro her entitled to
representation in Congress ns ono of
oiaies oi tno union. Tlio Constitution
nlready declares that "each Statu shall
havo nt least ono representative," that
tho Senato "shall bo composed of two
Senntorsfrom each Stato," and "that
iio Stato without Its consent shall be
deprived of Its equal sufl'rago In the
Senate." Tnnt Instrument also mnkes
each Houso thojudge of tho elections,
returns and qualifications of Its own
members, and therefore nil that Is now
necessary to restore Arkansas In nil Its
constitutional relations to tlio govern
ment, is a decision by each House upon
tho eligibility of thi io who, presenting
their credentials, claim seats in tho res
pective houses of Congress.
This Is tho plain nnd simple plan of
tno constitution, and believing that
had It been pursued when Congress as
sembled In tho month of December.
1803, tho restoration of tho States would
long since havo completed, I onco again
earnestly recommend that It bo adopt
ed by each Houso In preferenco to leg
islation which 1 respectfully submit is
not only at least of doubtful constitu
tionality, and therefore unwise and
dangerous ns n precedent, but Is un
necessary, and not so effect! vu fn Its nn.
eratlon us tho modo picscrlbed bv the
it iuvuives uuuiiiouni
delay, m.d from Us tenna mnv lm tnken
rather as applicable to a Territory about
to bo admitted ns one of the United
States, than to a Stato which has occu
pied a place In tho Union for upwards
vi i iuuner ut a century.
The bill declares the Stato of Arknn
sas entitled and admitted in
tation in Congress as ono of tlio States
oi ino uni jn, upon tlio following fun
damentnl conditions: "That tho Con
stftution of Arkansas shall never bo so
aiueiiueu or cnanged as to deprive nn
citizens or cluss ol citizens nf tin. lrni
tcdstntcsoftho right to vote by the
Constitution herein recognized, except
us punishment for buch crimes ns aro
now felonies at common law, whereof
iney snau nave been duly convicted
under laws equally applicable to all the
luuauiimiu ui sum oiuie, proviueu mat
any alteration of said Constitution,
prospective in Its effects, may bo mado
in regard to tlio tlmo anil pluco of res
idence of voters."
I havo been unablo to find In tho Con
stitution of tlio United States any war
rant for tho exerclso of tho authority
thus claimed by Congress, for assuming
tho power to impose a fundamental
condition iinon n Stutn which ha i,n,.
duly admitted into tho Union on nn
equal footing with tho original States
in an respects wliatsoover. Congress
asserts tv right toeutor n Htato as It imiy
a Territory, and to regulate tho highest
prerogutlvcofn free people tlio elective
franchise. Tills question is reserved by
tho Constitution to the States them
selves, nnd to concedo to Congress tho
power 10 regulate ims subject would bo
to roverso tlio fundamental principle of
tho Republic, and to nlnco In the fmnds
of tho Federal government, which is
tho creature of the States, tho soverelgn-
ijr w niLii jusny ueiongs 10 mo oiaies or
tho people, tho true source of all politi
cal power, by whom our Federal sys
tem was created, nnd to whose will it is
subordinate. The bill falls to provide
in what manner tho Stato of Arkansas
Is to signify Itsacceptauco of the funda
mental condition which Congress en
deavored to make unalterable and ir
revocable, nor does it nreserlbu thu mm.
ally to bo imposed, should the people of
inr portion oi mo uonsiiiuuon wiilcll it
is oi.o of tho purposes of tho bill to per
petuate, but us to tho consenuences nf
such action, leaves them in uncertainty
When the circumstances under whleh
tills constitution has been brought to
the attention of Congress, nro consider-
cd, it is not unreasonable to supposo
inuv i-iiuiis win uu uiaiiu to moony its
provisions, and especlully thoso In res
pect to which this measure prohibits
any alteration. It is seriously ques
tioned whether tlio Constitution has
been ratified by a maioritv of tho ner.
sons who, under tho net of March 2, 1K07
and tho acts supplementary thereto.
were entitled to registration, mid to vote
unoii that issue. Section ten of the
schedule provides that no person dis
qualified fro registering under the
uonsiuution snau vote tor candidates
for any office, nor shall bo permitted to
vote lor tne railllcatlon or rejection of
ho Constitution at tho noils herein au
thorized, and assumed to be In forco be
fore Its adoption. In disregard oi tho
law of Congress, tho Constitution un
dertakes to Impose upon thu electors
other und furthereondltlous. Thu fifth
section of the eighth article provides
iiiaiau persons, registering or voting,
must tuuo and subscribe mi oath which
among others, contains tho fallowing
ouusc, "iiiui i iiccepi titu civil mm po
litical equality of all men, and ngreo
not to iiitcmpi io ueprive any person or
portions, on account of race, color or
previous condition, of any political
right, privllego or Immunity enjoyed
by any other class of men."
itis wen Known unit n very largo
portion of tho electors in all thu Staii-s.
if not a largo majority of all of them,
no not believe In or accent tho nolltl.
cuj equality of Indians, Mongolians, or
negroes, wun ino race io wnicn iney
belong. If tho voters in manv of tho
States of tho North and West were re.
dUlrcd to take such an oath us n test of
their qualifications, there Is reason to
ueuuvu uai n majority oi mem would
remain iroui me pons ratiier man com
nly with Its ik'L'railiii'' conditions.
now mr una io wuut extent tins test
oath prevented the registration of those
who were qualified uuner the laws of
Congress It Is not possible to know, but
that such was Its etiect at least sulllclent
toovercomo tho small nnd doubtful
majority in favor of this Constitution
mere can no no reasonable doubt
Should tho lieoiilo of Arkansas, then.
fore, desiring to icguluto the elective
franchlzo so as to make It conform to
tho constitutions of a largo proportion
of tho States of tho Nortli und West.
modify tlio provision referred to lu tho
fundamental condition wlial isio bo the
Is It Intended that a denial of rcprcs
e uation sua i io low. ami n so. imiv
wo not dread, at some future day, n re
currenco of tho troubles which havo so
long agitated tho country. Would ii
not bo the part of wisdom to take lor it
guide tho Federal Constitution, rather
than resort to measuree which, looking
oulv to tno present, may in u lew years
renew, in an aggravated form, tho strife
aim uitterness caiiscu uy legislation
which bus proved to bo so 111 timed and
unfortunate. A.niiukw Johnson
Tin: Dcmocrucy of Philadelphia
Tuesday nominated for Congress Sam
m l J, Randall In the Fir.-t, Thomas li
Florence lu the Second, and Dr. John
Motion In tho Thlid Districts.
WASHINGTON Juno 19.
NoTlllNa of particular Interest tran
spired In cither Houso of Congress to-
uay, com neing engaged in ordinary
routine business. The so called Recon
struction Committee wero to havo met
to consider tho question of reporting n
1)111 amendatory of tho reconstruction
acts, so as to prevent whlto men In Vir
ginia from voting nt tho coining elec
tion on ino now constitution, us it is
called, For somo reason of other, how
ever, a quorum of the commltteo wero
not present, and tho subject went over
to n futuro day. Tho general Impres
sion is that altur tho passago of thu om
nibus and Arkansas bills over tho Pres
ident's veto, nothing further will bo at
tempted In tho reconstruction lino this
Tin: suniiATT casi:.
It Is thought by well-Informed par
ties hero that tho new Indictment yes
terday found against Surratt was mere
ly for tho purj oso of relieving tho Court
on tho question of admitting the prison
er to bull, nnd that tho casu will tako
that turn on Monday next. The proba
bilities Just now nro thnt tho accused
will nover bo tried again, ns, according
to tho evidence on tlio hist trial, thero
Is no moro chanco of convicting him
under tho new Indictment than there
was under tho old one.
The first count lu tho new indictment
charges iilm withconsplring with Uooth,
Payne, Hnrrold, 0'L;iugliln, Arnold,
Atzerott, nnd Mrj, Surratt, to murder
Abraham Lincoln. The second count
charges him with conspiracy to capture
Lincoln nnd deliver him Into the poses
slon, custody nnd control of certain per
sons, whose nunies nro unknown to the
An effort will shortly be madotopats
a bill through both houses making mi
nppro.riatlon of seven million five
hundred thousand In gold to pay for
tho newly acquired Territory of Alaska.
Tho Secretary of Stato Is urging the
matter, but the determined opposition
of u largo party In tho Houso has Hun
fur deterred tho Foreign Affairs Com
mltteo from reporting tho necessary
measure, which must go through this
session If the trcnty stipulations uro to
bo observed. Thero Is no doubt of Its
passago by tlio Senato tho only opposi
tion Is in tho House, headed by Wash
burno of Wisconsin.
Tho Senato amendments to the House
bill to extend tho Freedmen's Bureau
another year, wero agreed to by the lat
ter body this afternoon, und tho bill
now L'oes to tho President. It extends
tho Ilurcau for ono year from the 1st of
j my nexi, aim mo cost tnercoi will ue
at least twelve millions of dollars. Let
the tax-payers of tho country make n
note oi mis.
Prominent Conservatives nro urging
the President to issue n proclamation ol
general amnesty, to take effect on thu
rourin oi Jiuy.
VETO OF Till: AltKANSAS BILL.
Tho veto of the Arknnsns bill by tho
President yesterday, indicates that he
will pursue a similar courso with refer
ence to tho admission of tho six other
States mentioned in tho "omnibus" bill
now beforo him, and Judging irom tho
uctiou oi too nousc on me iirst-nnmcu
measure, the latter will becomo a law
over tho veto.
Tho President's friends emlorso the
veto sent in yesterday. They wero nii
prehensivo that ho would allow tho bill
to beedmo a law, by lapso of time,witli
out his signature, which might have
been construed into an implied ac
quiescence in tho measure.
tui: ni:w tax hill.
It Is understood thut tho new lax bill
fixes tho duty on whisky nt sixty cents.
Tho finer qualities of tobacco aro reduc
ed from forty to thirty-two cents. The
bill is long, embracing tho adminis
trative, sections on these subjects.
WA31!I?,aTON Juno 32, 1M.
THE DISABILITY HILL,
Tho vote by which tho conference re
port on the bill to relievo over twelve
hundred citizens of the Soutti of politi
cal disabilities was rejected In the Hous
last wcck, was reconsidered to uay, and
the report agreed to. This passes the
measure, which assumes to rcllovo citi
zens of tho United Stutes of disabilities
in posed by tho Radical maiorit v In
Congress, In tho no-colled reconstruc
tion net. All or nearly till tho parties
thus relieved havo lately turned Radi
cals, for tho sake of tho Congicssional
UXLEASK 01" St'ltKATT ON HAIL.
Judiro Wvlio admitted Surratt to ball
in the sum of f"0.000 to nnnearoiiMon-
day next and abide tho further order of
mo uourt. Tills was dono under the
iidW indictment, the piisouer having
oeen discharged under tho old one by
order of tho Court.
It will bo seen bv reference to tlio As
sociated Press reports that tho Presi
dent io-iiay sent totlieseiiaioinonoiiu
nation of William M. Evarts. Ksti., ol
New York, to bo Attomey-Geneial of
me united states, air. li. ut Ill's t ue
cllned the nomination, but was prevail
ed upon by his friends to consent to tho
tisu oi ms name lor mo position.
Washington, June 21, Tho Pay
Master General estimates tho deficien
cies for reconstruction expenses for tho
remainder of tlio fiscal year at $031
Candidates rott Lkcuslatuhi;.
Uy reference to our " r-olltica' "column
it will bo seen that 13. J. Mellenry nnd
Cyrus li, Mellenry, candidates for
nomination to tlio Legislature, havo
withdrawn, nnd recommend ns the
most suitable person for that purpose
Co'. Hiram It. Kline, of Orango Town
ship. Tholr object In doing so, Is to so
euro perfect harmony and unity of ue
tlon in tho p.irtv. this fall, and wo havi
no doubt the people will appreciate
such noblo impul.-es, Our wholestreiigth
should bo used against tho enemy,
nnd not ngnlnst each other. Col. Klluu
Is well known to tho Conntv. havlnu'
served ono term In tho Legislature, nnd
requires no commendation at our
hands. As yet, no candldato has been
proposed against him, nor Is it likely
that ho will meet with any serious op
position. KxcunsioN Tickets. R. A. Packor,
Esq., tho enterprising and obliging Su
perintendent ol thu Lehigh Valley Rail
road, has effected an arrangement for
tho sale of excursion tickets to New
York and return from tho. 'id to tho 8th
of July Inclusive, All persons who
wish to visit New York during tho sea
son of tho Democratic Convention will
boenabUd to do so at tho trilling cost,
otWir, for tho round trip. Tlio Lehigh
Valley men nro "llvo" peoplf, ,u
Wo would call tho attention of thoso
who prnpoo attending tho Democa'rtlc
National Convention to tlio above an
nouncement. Tlir. President on Wetlnosday Inst,
Humiliated Hon. 1'crry Fullurnr Kun.
drs, for Coiniiilwiloncr of Internal lU'VC
nuu In tlio ilacu of I'. A. Uolllns, ns
Hl;ncd, Tub Deuiocmcyof I'lillmloliililnlmvo
nominated Hon. Daniel SI. Fox for
Mayor; Judges, Win. L. Hirst nnd
Tliomnn Qrecubanl; i for DUtrlct Attor
noy, Fur man Htiemmrd. ItUntlcl.ot
Democratic) Stato Ticket.
CHARLES E. BOYLE,
or I'AYKTTi: COUNTY.
10 11 aCIlVK101l-m.Nl.lt a 1. 1
GEN. WELLINGTON II. ENT,
OF COLUMBIA COthNTV.
Candidates for Nomination!
llto following gentlemen linve Ik on mentioned
for tiomlnntlon to tho several Counly onicc to
bo 111 It'tl by election tho present yenr, nml thflr
nnnti'S will ne presented for tlio cunMileiatlnn nf
tho Democratic County Conveiitttmi
TO THE niCMOrilATir KM2CT01I8 OV
coLUMUiA cowry i
Tho tmdrrrilgncil rorrert fully nnnoimco Hint
by mutunl coi.sent, ntul in neoiirp harmony
iwnong thflr irlcn W, they will not bp ctHnlhlfiU"
iM-forn thu Democratic Counly Convention fop
immlnntlnti to tho oflU-o of lU'i'tvseiititt.ve In
Hie LKlnIntnro ! nnd they very ponllulty
n'oomnn'tid Tor thnt nonltlon Col. Illrant It,
Kline, nt orange 'lowntliln.
rou itr:tni:sKTATivi: i
COL. 1IIIIAM 11. KLINE,
Foil COMMlSSIOXttll I
WILLIAM aiUKll QUICK,
Wheat ver bushel -
Flour per barrel
Flax need ,
null i w
HiUei nnd Hhouhk-rn ,
l.urcl tier pound ,
Hay per ton
npnilock Hoard- per thousand feet
I'lno " " " (ono inch)
Joist, Hciintllng, Plunk, (Hemlock)
Shingles, Nv, 1 per thousnnd
Min " " n. r.v.vr.v.'.vr.'
.. i a
,.. 7 I'U
.. 2 m
.. 10 HI
. S1J HI
... r w
... X IM
... IS W
No. 1 Hcotch pig. M
No. 2 " "
Tjiuiwdav, June 25,
Northwestern superfine at ST.iVya! 8.00
.Nurthwmtoni exim V.wfa 1U
Northwestern family lu.tK 11.75
Pennsylvania nnd western huperilue... 8.7.Vati.x
Pennsylvania mm western extin
Pennsylvania ami WpKtern family
Penus lvnnln nnd Wtsteru I.iucy
WiiKAT Penmj IwinU led, V bus.
Southern " " ,
California " "
" wbitH "
II VK Pennsylvania ryo, V but..
Co N Yellow, " ..,
1'HovtMON.v-Mess Pork, t bbl
Mess Ueef, "
Dressed Hogt, lb
(Smoked Hams "
" hhouldem V U
I,ard, ft K ,
i .era; i V-i
Hkkdh Cloverseed V bus.,
i imoinyseea v
Klnxsi i ll
Oatixe Pcef Cattle Tift
Cows, A head
HMKFP V ft
Houi Y im ttm
ITOYTVIL VNKUN'-OnlhG 2Ut Inst.. at Town.
hill by ltu v. II. Wndsworth Mr, Delville Uoyt
toMNsItosn II Franklin ml of JIunilngtuii
If AIITMAN IirwS Tn Jaekfcon towiinhln. Col
utubla county u ThuiMta, tin lib of June,
istw.ny Hem; l'.Kavnae, Dsq.,Mr. Jm-kson Hart
man, of ltt-ntou inwusiiip, iu Miss Miriam
iimh, oi eug.inoai lownsnip.
F-STATK OF UAHY V. I'KTCltM ', lUXFVSrn.
Lettrrei ol tulltl In titration on thu estate of Mm v
C.lVUTtnnn Into ofSniranoaf two.. Columbia Co..
di-ei-nsti. bao been mimted by the Uejtlfiter tif
Maia eouniy io rur.in a i'eiernmn or saw
township. All nirsons having claims, or
deinandHUKaluot the i-stato ot tho decedent nro
requesieu io maau ineui kiuhvii, aim inoso in.
debted totnako payment.
HA UAH A.pnnntMAN.
June 20,'COt. AdmluUtratrlx.
p U B L I 0 XOTIC K.
All persons are hereby notlflfl 1 not to enter on
thu pienilsf-tol tho nndernlKiied for tho pui poso
of hunttnifor Blioollny txann. Any person trcs
pUHsln(,',niirr the pubUcation of this uotlce.unon
Ibo picnilscs ol iltberot th uinUislguej. will bu
J a ton (livr,
John N. Oobdo.v,
I'r.TFti M. Kkrsiineh.
(iKO. II, WlLMIH
J. H. hltt'MAN (A DM ft. OF D. W, Cl.AltK'S EhT.)
in tlio Or) liaus Court for the Counly of Col
umbia. (J nn I'tl la n Account of 'Ihmntis Hull
miard Ian ot the person and estates tif Klemor,
JJtzubeth, ARnes and Mary Ann Hcllv,
'the A lull tor nj poluttil by the Conn to Audit,
sumi" aim iiojuni wir aecotiui oi mourns null
iruardlau of tho ncrums mid llniateof l leano .
Kllz.ibeth, Aunesnnd Mars An Kelly, will meet
I Ut) pil Illtra til III t'alwl IDT lllv pilrposi'ti (U lllHJip
imlutment on Thursdnv. Auutist ltb A. D. IsM.
at I o'clock, I". M at tho office of Kohcrt K. Cl.lt k,
i'.Hti., In the town ol Illoomsbunj In wild county
Illoonisbuvii, June SB, 'fit?-It. " ' Auditor,
UKUWJCK OAZKfTK COPY.
A It It K N ' 8
IMl'KOVKD rlltC ANI W.UMl IT.OU
FKi. t a KJ cj:mj:xt j: o o Fry a i
TlieftdvnntURt'SIitcli IhU composition poinehsOH
iiuMuiiny. li in ijuiii im r.uyiu mm iui'.inuol,
II Ir not iifli-i led bv lient fir cnltl. It run Iio 1111.
Jill c-cl lo (in nlmiiht ptrlictly Hut root, ouu Inch to
inn looi mini; nil nun 11 ri'tiiunii. ji 11 i-nsuy
nnil atilcklv ui'Ullul. ltd cost Is lei'H limn unv
otlur llrc'i'rooj roof now In use. Ten tlinonliiU
Irom nil imrtN or llipi-ountiy ns to ltu iltirublllty,
bL'luruy null lIII'lllilll.Mt t ill lit' mioh u uy
JOIIN' W. KIlAMHIl.
Jnnt)'Jd,'C3. Aeut, llloolusliuiK, Til,
TN TI1K Oltl'lIAN'SCOUIlT
X COI.U.MIIIA COUN 1 V.
i:nrATE OF (IhOltUK TITU. HEC'I).
Till. AvuUtor npiMtlntoil by Iho Cou 1 to rtport
nihil iiniiiiiii oi uii' miiiiiii-i' in i nu mums oi mm
uil 11 rrelt Aillnln li mu.r r.t Glurm- I'ltll UihiM
u ill bit'i-t llio I'rt'Ultom olllui Kilil ilcct'iisi il at
llie oince oi iioniri 1 . uiunt i.ki , in iiiiHitiibUiuu
on Miuinluv thu islti iluv ol JuU A. 11. lhi. All
IK'rmnni lm Ins clulins i r diinniuU niinltiht tlio
t'hllllt IU I no ot i-i ill ill urn it titil'NIl'tl to lu thl'lll
i lit in in tin a minor, or uu ntouiri-'U lioiu foni
Ing In lor u hhuro ol tlio uhKetii.
llloonisljurt; Jmio 'J3, tBj3. Aiulltor,
(111 11W1CK GAZETTE l'l.FASK I'OI'V.)
pOUItTH OF JULY.
Tho cltbenn of nioomitbnrelmvo determined to
celebrato tho comliiR nnnlcriary ol tho Dcclara
mm in inucif um m-f uy ucti rx uist- it urn
Instruct, inicrtuln iiud nmuso nil chie and
ncrt. Lxti'iitdvo iirranucuitniH luuehLtn inudr.
and u real obblabhloiud celebration lu -anticipated.
Tho followliiB 1 upurt of the prmtniuu
Iteprctentatlonln proper character nnduppio
prUiie cohtumu of vurlouu ovtutH in our uuti-mal
uoQ local hi tory, tncliHllnt
with tho I iidl nn 8 ; IolinUonint pains tho life of
RpKCiir of John HurrlK fioin thu Stnko; Van
Ctuupcn run n I ui; thu CJ luntltt, vtc.ctc.
Heading of tho Pcclnratlon nf Independence ;
nddreitktH by tlUtliiftulshcit Uiutorit fiom homo
und abroad s und a (Jiand Parade i neoialPliu
ConijauteH irom lilt onibbuiu and otlitr pluccn,
A torch light dunco lu thn (Irove.under llmnu
up ice ot the ltloorrikburtf IliHtlc uinl Ui'ldcr Com
puny, Clllzcnn from ii-l((hiiuiliiK towim nnd
couutlcK arc cordially Invited to puillclpnte In u
eelit bra tlon calcuUtt d to remind n of 1)100 tui
ly tluyv, wheu wcieM-cureil lor ut Iho lilehtilnyi
und prlvllepcti which an Amerlciinw uneiijny,
Tlio Hloomburu IImum Haiul ban been k0
cured. ArianBcmenu buvo bicn mailo lurix
curtduii thkeu ou tbeK. 11. tlalliuad, Cuiuc
ono I Cunioullll
Uy order of Commlltou on urinmniontK.
J. II. JtlMllMl.V,
p. ii, pui:i:iv
1;. it. iKi.i.iat.
June 2tI,CS-St. Commltiio ouPubllcaflon.
A n extt'iifilvo Abftortuifnt (if mcm'ri
.TV and liov'h LINKN hlllllT PKONlH. Puoer
Loiumuud 1 uIIn, uud I.aiiui Mnln Coluaiw
uiki curri Biiiuiic ciieup uy
J J.W)ii 2.fla
T 1ST OP DEALKItS
or coLUMniA county,
For the year ono ihounim eight hundred ntul
Mxty-elght, of Roods, waren. inereliatidiw, dls.
ttlltru'M, i-rewent f, merchant milts, within the
Countv ol Columbia, returnetl and claMlfled In
aciordanco with thofceveralactw of Atincmoly, by
tho Apprnlxer of mercantllo taxes ofiald coun
ty, M fvllOWS, tO Wltl
iiiooniRnurg iron (Company,
MeKeH v. fscnliV Ci..
7 ID J
2 it 60
1(1 IS) 00
1,1 ID Wl
II 7 l
H 7 IW
II 7 10
1.1 ID W
II 7 "I
I.I 10 I'D
II 7 "
II 7 OD
II 7 W
II 7 I"
II 7 V1
II 7 01
II 7 OU
II ' ("
II 7 V"
II 7 I"
1 1 I D
II 7 J"
II 7 '
II 7 "
1, , U)
11 10 OU
II 7 0"
II 7 0'
II 7 OU
II 7 00
II 7 tu
II 13 01
11 li W
1.1 Id to
II 7 OU
II 7 00
II 7 W
11 7 00
11 7 OD
12 12 CD
13 10 in
1J lu im
II 7 10
II 7 on
II 7 OD
II 7 OD
II 7 OD
II 7 00
II 7 00
II 7 00
II 7 OD
II 7 OD
11 7 OD
10 'JO on
13 10 oo
12 12 Vi
11 11 OD
10 20 00
11 7 OO
1.1 10 00
II 7 OD
II 7 IU
II 7 OD
II 7 00
II 7 00
II 7 OD
o :,n m
11 7 Ol
12 12 .VI
11 7 00
13 10 OD
II 7 00
13 10 00
II 7 00
II 7 00
11 7 10
12 12 Till
10 '20 HO
11 7 1")
12 12 ,71
12 12 50
1( 7 00
13 10 no
II 7 on
II 7 (in
II 7 HO
II 7 00
II in on
II 7 00
11 10 Kl
11 7 00
II 7 on
II 7 00
II 7 OD
II 7 I1
II 7 no
II III 00
II 7 111
II 7 INI
II 7 IU
II 7 00
II 11 00
13 ID 00
1! 10 ll
n io oo
II 10 OD
II 7 (l
II 7 00
13 10 in
11 7 IV
II 10 (
II 7 in)
II 7 00
11 7 no
II 7 Ol)
II 7 00
II 7 no
M 7 00
U 7 C
n ID 10
13 10 no
13 ID 00
II 7 00
II 7 00
H 7 00
II 7 00
13 10 M
II 7 00
11 10 0(1
13 10 00
1 1 10 00
II 7 00
II 7 00
11 7 00
II 7 10
II 7 00
6 50 00
II 7 00
II 7 00
II 13 00
II 7 00
II 7 0D
ID '20 OD
II 7 00
ii i; oo
II 7 00
J.J. ltobtilns A Co., ,
Itev, A llartmnn.
Andrew nu leder.
John K. Oirioti,
Cnct r C, Miirr,
Andiow J. j-akih,
Charles Vt ftijder,
ii. iv, Mojcr,
W Itiiue) er A. Jacouy,
Andrew J. Mlnuo.
John It, Moyer,
uauik!i a, L'ecuioy,
losepli u Miniunon.
ModT. Kharples.', . ' ,
l.puiatin P, l.uir,
Andrew M. iini.i.rt
Mpw L1u1l DaiKIey,
James K, Cyer,
J.uuen V, i h mbrrlln,
iiiNitHtt V. Conell,
nit-phto 11. .Hitler,
ll.iuin c. Iluwer,
N. II. Ifinlerslii.t.
Jetvmhih J. burner,
i akb liuium a. Co.,
PhXIoii a Hiiimnu,
Jithi pit liflidciMiut,
J. D. Maii-itlMi.k,
Mim Am.ttidu WerkhcUer,
Jokvj h I'orrtli,
JutlH A. A.-mtoM. llarkliy,
l os, & Webo,
uon. op nizuwicic.
llouman A Jat-kson,
A bra in Miller,
Henry C. Pr. as,
l. a if. tt.itower,
.Miller Si iliiKlifs,
Miss lldl ifertrmi,
J. II. In. Usui i,
JaeKs.m A U'oodlll,
H Hi. bach & Mucker,
U'ouuid Mi holttK,
John J. Mellenry,
Ulrain P. lAeu-tt,
J. 1!, Ilavoii,
Oi-tuKe H, alsL-r,
Prnnklln I,. Himnnu,
HlepliPn Michael A. Hon,
ivicr M. Tiuiiyli,
A. W, Paton,
J. IC. Hhnrplcss a H in,
Mc.Mnch 6i Hhuman,
M. M. Ilrotitt,
Isaiah John A Wons,
Ollbert A- Klliu.
icorge lliiRiics & Hon,
Walter hcott, .
H D. ltlnard.
Camptiell & Harder,
McNlch A Khuimtu,
A. 11. Knrtner,
J. T, O'Conncr,
W. D. Melllek,
Martin Mun inhnn,
Mitiman A Mlllnid,
Dinlel Weitman. Ant.
'J Mrs. William James,
in uoen asxi-r,
J. Chrlsman A Co.,
J. J. Hiiaglatid,
Itich.inl Thornton, At,
Alex, h, Moiutbead A Co.,
ci :nti in.
P. W. M. A O. I,, i,nw,
Niimuel Dell t crick,
Malilun H. Hicks
Abraham Dlt ttcrliU.
K s. P.iwlcr A Ilro.
Whllmho A Dowers,
D. A M. Mcllenrv,
Jospnh 11 Iiwili,
Omryr. M. Houell,
J. N. JolieH,
itcrnanl Aiuim iinan,
J. i: Mellenry.
James V. WlU'-n,
Rehu lfr A lllack,
linj; rt A Kiiumer,
Jfbn Ia vKott,
D. A- W. Master.,
Inmcs M. It'Mt,
M. O. A W. II. Shoenialtpi.
J. II. Vastlnn A Cn
P, A P. M. Yociiui,
Joseph V.. Snnds,
Cnmnbell A Co,,
Jsaa K. hweppenhfiUer,
Ciens A lliown.
It. .). Mlllaid
John II. Heller,
Mis. i;. A. lles,
Pa ton A Harman,
'J'ubbM A Colriiun,
P. H. Mameutm,
Vllllam 1 ;u tier,
It, W. Howi.ian,
ll. K, hlnaii,
Iticlmrd W. LyoiiH,
J. Clurlntoti A. Son,
fhailcs S. Powler,
J, D. Caldvu'U,
Kwnui 1 A. W'orman,
llenj. P. Ko lihiuJ,
Isaao 'rc ellntf,
II. W. Creasy A Co.,
William M. Put,
Gnu, W. Cieveliug,
All pernmw vsho may feel aggrieved by Iho
abnveeliihKliUatlou, tan have un opportunity ol
appeal lua, by enllliiif upon thfl underhlKneil at
nls oillce, In llloofiinburt;, at any time until the
U.iu uay oi .iuue, im at vnieii tlmo an appeal
will bu held. w. II. JACOIlV.,
June., 1m. Mcicuutlto Appralbcr.
jr W. HA5nLK Jc CO.,
MACHINISTS A KNOINKKUS,
MAIN HT., ilL.AH, It. It., IlLOOMSUUnO, Pa.,
Aro prepared to furnish all kind of Machine
work, such as
STEAM ENGINES, UOILEKS,
Hhaftlni-, Pulley, Han(ers,CoiipllnK,Mill-Kear
lug, Saw miudrllii, oto., Guaseeock.Pist cockn,
IS I cum pipe, together with all kiiuU ofHteam tit
HiiKH coiiHlatitly ou haml,
Threbhln MftchlneHAiid Horao Powers inude
loonier. Allklndiof Aerleultural Machinery
repalied. May 2yW'
P i; N N H Y L V A N I A,
Post Office Dkiautj!ENT,
WAbiitNtiiov, April 13, ImW.
I HOI'(iHALy Will he received at the Conlract
OllheorthlH Department until .IP. M.,nf WLD
N I- rD W, May ii, 1hH lor conveylm; the tuulU or
llie Unlli d Ma leu, from July 1, Itux, io June, :w,
17.', In tha htato of
on tho routes and by the ncbcUulo of departurcH
and arrivals herein ipeel(led,
IKeUlimHiitiiiuiinecd by May .TO, NW.
Tbo lotliminu r-mleii weio mos-ly advertbod
ticioher 31, 1Mj7, but, Irom vailoun ciiuc were
not h 1 1
UKrj Prom Norrlwtown, by Hlclcorylown uiul
Plj mouth Mietine. to liurien Hill, timllc and
I at k,irf e It met it week.
Leavo Nombtow n Tuesday, Ihumilay nnd Hat
uuuliiv at 1 a in;
At rive Ht lianen Hill by 0..fta m;
1 cuve Jlaiien Hill TucHtlayliiUMJtiy, and Bat
uidiiv utf.J"a in;
Anlvout .Norritown by 11 u m;
19l' Prom Korrlxlowu. by IVnn'HH'iuarf, Ceu
tic himiiio. Wouthler. Milppai k, la iU rai-kiv Ulo
ftiidHiiliorilJvlllc,t(i huniiii') town, llJji juIUh und
buck, tin i e Unit h a utik.
l.t ave NorrUtown Tuehday, Thursday, und Hal
urday at i p m;
ArrlveutHuuntown by 0 p. m.
1 euvo Hiiuinej town MonJay, Wednenday,
mid Friday, at ti a m;
ArrUeat NorrUtuwnby It a mi
10 1 1 Prom Jtmrsouvllle, by Hhannonvlle nnd
Poll provbleiire, in PliuNilxvllle, 8 milt aud
bark, three t lines n wpcIc.
Luive Jftiiuoiivilio Tut i Jay, Tliuriday, aud
Hat urday at 6 inn:
An Ivo m PlKtiiliTilU by 7 p m;
I,rnVoPho?nlxvllln Tuoil.tw ThnrKilncntid Ha1
urday nt 5,:ii)a in;
Anno ai jcucrsonviiiP ny 7..W a in;
IW Prom Zel1crslll, by Prederlelc, HouslaKt,
Colebnmk 1 alo and tlnjlon. tu Hereford, Itijj
mile nnd back, lulcon wnli
l.cae cljleifivlllo Tueiday nnd Haturdriy at I
Arrlo nt Hcieforil by 6 turn
1,1-avo lit n lord Mnmlaj und I'rlday at 3.30 am j
ArrlNcat .ciulcmvillo by 7 a uyt
ltKM Prom North Wales, by Union Hvmr(
Crauconlaantl Tj Icripurt, KiTunfaurpivliiet lti
miles and back onco a wick.
Lvaw oilh Wales haturday atOa mj
Arrive atTrumimurHvi Ho Hut urday by 12 m;
liCavoTrumbuurKVllloHalurday at 1 jt mj
Arrlvont N 01 ih Wulci by 0 p 111,
1MI Prom JelUrMHivllln, by Palrvlcw Vlllano
Lowt r Proideuce,Mciienk,hHloro..ellcr8Vill
and Pcrkiomoiiviltu, to Itcd Hill, ltf lullen and
hucU, three tltiii t n wnk,
Uuvu JeHerfumlllo TtiCHttay. Thurmlny und
rtultmlny atP.lWtt m;
Airlvo at Itedlllli by !U0 p tn
Leave Ited Hill .MumUy, Weduenday and Fri
day at 'in m;
Anlvoat JtiVersotivl.lp by Hum.
1925 Prom Upper Dublin, by Thrcft Tons, to
Proflpctlvitlc. 6 mile- aud bok, three ttmef a
Hchertulotohonrronccd to tho RatUficlton of
the poomi3ttrfl, niuklna duo coiintctlou with
in ml train on Ibdlmad.
Propo-iaU lor moic lreo,uenterlco Invited.
19'J7 Pumi Ouakertown. bv
PleaMunt Valley nnd Hprinstown, lu Durham, lti
inlli'H ailtl lini-k. Llnt'u tiinn 11 w i-k.
Leave (Juakertown Monday, Weduenday
Prbliiy, ai 1 1 m;
Anne- ut iniriuim bydpm;
Leavu Durmim Monday, Weduesday and Prl
Aiinu in viiuiKcriown uy rt in.
l'Jll Krum Ijincaster. by Willow Htreet, Mar.
tliiftVlUe, New Piovid lice. t:itiiiario nnd Onar.
1 iue, 10 .Mtciiauus uiove, 1 iiiilcs ami onck,
tlneo titticH a wteic,
Leavu LuiicHster Tuesday, Thursday, nnd Rat
MIU'IJ UK ." ! I",
Aulvoai Mechanic' Orove by 8p, m.
Liavo Median leu Uruvi. luesduv. Tbnrsdav
ana rt.it unlay iiiuu m;
Aiine ai uiucatier uy 11 a in.
1019 Prom Ucamtdown,uy Bwurtzvltte, Adams
toun.floimhihVilieKiiil cunnu, to Heading;, K
lubes una U.tkk. Iliree tlniua a. ucck.
Leavu Ucainsiuwn Tuertdny, 'lliuraday and Hut-
iiiinij uisu 111;
Aruvo ut ItcuJInuhy 5p m;
Leave Utadiiitf'luunluy, Iburcday and H.ilua
day at ti a m;
Airiveut Ida ms town by Um.
ltt.il Prom Hnortinif Hill, bv nbl Utirmul Mm,
tervinvh c, to Colebiuok, tt miles and back.tvvico
Leave Hportln,; HU1 Wedneiday nud Saturday
A rr n'r.t t ilnl iwnte lit 1 I i.m
Leave L'olourooit Weduefay and Saturday
Ai U. oat Sporting XI lit by 1 p in,
l'J'il Prom (lap, by lluerHtotvu, to Intercourse,
ttiiulCH ami hack. Iln tu time u iwck.
Leave Uap lucoitay, TluiiHUay und Hatuulay at
Airivo at Intel com so by I n in:
Lenvo Intel com Mt lucsUay, Thuihday and
iMiiuiu.iy ai i a in;
Aulvuut Uap b Ham.
Xti PromLUUtoUruuncrvlllc. EUmllcM, and
back tvvlcu a u llIc.
Leave Litlz Wtdnesday and MaturdHyat 1 p m;
Lcuvo hrunnervlllo Wednthday and H.itur
dav at J pin;
Arnvout Litis by 1pm;
IPiW Prom Halifax, by Lnterllne nnd Lenders,
io ciiiertviiie, v iiiuei ami out-it, once n wttK.
Leavu lliullax Mvtuiday at 1 p m;
Arrive at Miiit-rvlllo by 4 p iu;
Lcuvo Hatuiday atPa in;
Arilvuat Halifax by liia.
1J72 I rom Libnnoii. bv Cornwall, to Mnnni
Hope, HI miles and bock six tlmena week to
uoiuuiui una iuicu a vveeu tno icMianc,
Iuvo Lebanon dally except Hundiiy, nt 9.30 a,
Arrive at Cornwall by 11 a m;
Ltnvo Cornwall dally except Bumlay. at;
A h-U-ji nt T nlinnmi hi- ft . hi.
Leave Corn wull 1 uesday umi Saturday all n in;
Arrive at Mount lloim bv il n m?
Leave Mount Hopo I mnday and Katurdny at 3
Arrive at Comwallljy 4 pm,
2011 Prom Precmnnsburjr.by Lower Haucan, to
Leave Pieeiiuin hiuy Tiiuday at 7 a in;
Arrive iUMoui'm by luam;
Leave Htout'h Thursday at 1 pm;
An he at Putmaunburg by i p m.
Piom Ilethtehem, by Hanovcrvlllo ami
ii.un, io i.iinpiiiiin iuairiCM, ii;j luiiesaiiittiack
iiiM-u tniii' u wren,
Leave ItethlcheiuTuebday.TliurRday mid Hat
uiuny lit i in;
. r r I V.i nt 1'h tiMiinti fln-irrlnu l. H.v iv.
Li'iioChainuiu Quairbs Tuesday, Tlmrsda
Anlve at Itethlehem by 0 a m,
Zd'A Prom D.mvllle, by Itushtown and Kline's
Orove tu huyiiirtovvn, 1'J niiUn nnd hack, once a
Leave Danville at fi a m;
Arrive nt Knyderlown bv 12 m;
L-ave Muydertown Salurd'iyut I pin;
Auiv e nt Danville by ." pm.
2D(1 Prom IMlthton. bv U nmom, Pull nn.l La
iii.msi', io i imiiiiuiuiocj., inuct ntul luck
Iwicii a w-ck.
Leave Pitt.ston MonJay nnd WcdnfMlny at 8
A l ll tnl Tiinkliaiiiifirk hv I tt in
Lcuvo Tuiikhaiinuck Tnca'ilay und Hat urday ut
Arrlvo at Plltslon by 7 p m.
2D70 Prom Hmcktlilmiy, by Mublonbers, lo
hWtel alley, 10 ioiicn inn I naclC. tvvue u week.
Leavehhlckshiuuy Monday and 'Ibuisduy ut
Arrlvo fit Wui. ) VtitU.v.il 1 .1 rrt.
iaMV'u sweet Vulley M'onday and Thursday at
- P io;
Ainve at ShlckMiluuy by 5 p m.
Prom Old Porpi, by Milunukee, it.dtl
Monii and Mill City lo Kactnryvllle.l'j mile and
Leave Olil Porn- Tuesdav at 9um;
Anlveat PaclorvviHe by 3 p m;
Leave. Pncioryvlllo WedneHituy at 9 am;
Ai rive ut Old l'nrco bv :t n m.
Proposals invited for service three time a
32 Prom Scranton to Dnrmore, 2 mllei and
uai-u, iiir.es a vvecic,
Leave Scrunton dally.cxc.pt ftundiy, at l.l.i
Arrlvo nt Dnnmorp Krlpii:
Leave Duuinoro dally, except Sunday, nt 9
At rive at Hcranion by 9.Ia m.
2 0J Prom Lovelton to Delia Pylva1 miles and
uiica, itud' ii cck.
Leave Lovelton Tuesdav nt loani;
Anlve nt llella H Iva bv Vi in;
Leave Helta Sylva Tuetiilay at 7 a m;
Arilve at Luvelion by Un m,
'.'Jti-'i Prom Pa nt n, by Paid Canton. Lo Itov
Wft Pinult tin and Prnnklln Dile, to Towanda.
J'i mill's and uek, (hi no tlnies a week.
Leave Canton Tuesday, Thursday and Patur-
uay, mi 4 1 it in,
Anlvn m Towanda bv rt n m:
Leave Ton anda Monday, Wtdneaday nnd Prl
U.IV 111 1 l III,
At rive at ( anton bv 7.'lf) n in:
Proposals Invited fur ervico six times a week,
SlfiTi Piom Now Oxford bv Green ItMiin. tiamn
ton aud Hound II III. to Yrik Kuliiluir .Springs 11
miles ami ini:. twice u weru.
Leave New Oxford Ttusday and Saturday at 1
Arrive at York Sulphur upnncH I y i p m;
Leave York hulphiih Sprint's Tuchdny and Sat'
ui uay in. ) u iu;
At rive at ew Oxford bv Sam.
Piuposals for moio fit quail berviceaNolnvlled
2J1" Piom UetdKvllIeto Lotk's MIIIk, 5 mlk
and back, once n wi ek.
Leave IteeilhV lib Haturdav nt 11 a ra;
Anlve at Lotk'h MIIIh by I p m;
Leavu Lock'K MilUSaturday nlSa m;
Air ho at Hecdhvllle by 10 a in,
2tMl Prom Woo.llond to Grahamtown, 6 mile
and buck, twice a week.
Leave Woodlaud Tuesday and Sntuulay at 1
Arrlvo nt Grahnintown bv 12m;
Leave Uraj hnuiptoii Tutsday and Snturday nt
Aiuve at Woodland by 2 p m.
CliH From CnrmlclmelV.by Celon und Willow
Tree, lo Davlstown, lu lulus and back, once a
w et u.
Leave Cnrmlehneps Wednesday at 1 pm;
Arrive nt DaviMown by 4 p m,
la'iive Dav Utovvu Wcduehilny tit U a ni;
Arrive nt CaimichaePs at 1J m,
2HU Prom Pittsburg, by Wcht View, lVrrynllle
iiiituiiH, eiioiu, i in ic, A-imupic, jiarmouy
aim vi inu'Mim n, iu i jumpl-ci. iiiucn x nacic,
lliree uuich iiwli k.
Leave Plltshuru Mouday. Wednesdiy and Vil
(ii) hi i ii in;
Arrlvoat Piosnectby 7 n m:
Uavo Prospect Tuesday, Thurnbj &ud Satur-
uay ni7 a m:
Arrlvn nt Pittsburtr bv 7 n m
PropusaU fr more frequent servlc fllr tnvl
ItUS From Miarphburc. by Dorsoyvllle, ttural
lllile.Culmervlllu.and Uitldle s CioHiiroads, tu
haxowiuira, bu miles aiui haiu, onco a werk,
i.i'ii u riitiriniiui K r iiuuy ui b ii iu,
Anlve at Haxnnburi; b a p in;
Leave Haxcmburu Tnuiwlay at 6 a ui;
Arrlvo at WhuipfnirB by i p m,
219 From I'ltUbuor. by Iluchanau, Ormsby, A
ijupu i nurcn, iu i.fiiiiiiuii Ljniicu, ivy, nine
und tuck, twice dully, cxcipt Huiahiy, to
liucnanan, nnu iwuea vueu ine rcNiuue.
la ave Pltuburtl dall , Lxupt Sunduy, ul 030 ft m
ami iu jiiii;
Arrive ai iiuciiuiiiui uy ,ri a in ami ti p io:
Leave Uucbunuu dally, i xcepl huuduy, al u ft in
A rU.i. .il ibltulxir.. I it. itn .. ... ....,1 4 .. v.
Leave lUuhunau Weilucbday and HutuiJayat
f,VJ ll ni;
Arrlvuat Ltbanon Cbuichbv tltain:
IaftV o Libitnon Chuuli Wtdueday nnd Hatur
uuy in iu ii in;
Airiveut Jluchaunn by I.'m,
Prom Turlhi Creek to Monrotvllle, 1J5
11)111 Ullll IMIVIl, IHII'V ll Ut
U'uvi 'Juillo trecU Weduinduy and hitturday
ni v it in:
rk u nl It. li m. til., l.t.. 1ll."JI n i.
Li uvo Monrncvlllo Weiliiisday aud Saturday
ai 4 ii ui;
Airivo nt Turtle Crctk by 8-10 a in,
VV Frnni Pitlkburit to Wcid MnuclKNter,
inllcH anil bni k. klx llmi-k a wiek.
Luive PlltKburj dally, except tetinday, at 1013
Arrlinnt UVkt Muncbekler bvllani.
Leave Weht Maiiclunltr dall,except fiunday.
ill v ii in:
Auive at PltUbuig by 10 ft in.
2131 FromTarentum, bv LamlsvUle, (u.o.,) t
nax'niuurn, a imit-n ami nut k, once a wet it,
Lfave'lftreiilum Salurduy at h a m;
An I vent Htxotihuru by Um:
Leave Naxi'UhuiK hatuiduy at 1 p ui;
AH U e ul Turetitum by 0 p ui,
?!ti9 From Hnrmonv. bv Middle. Ijiticnkter. Por
terKVllle, Willie Uuy, HaneiuburK, and ia enburu
i" ttii-iier. Hi muesauu oaia, mice iimicnii wcck,
Liuve llanuoiiy Mmiduy, Wedi ei..!,iy und Frl-
ill U HIT 111 I I III III I lll"lll KUiUlt BUI Ul I II III,
rrlvH ul iliriir hv III n m
Leave Metier Im-Muiy.tbuisday and Ssturday
"V ll III
Ai rive at Harmony 19 a m.
i SWi I'rotii Kllpiwry Itwli.liv HnrrlnMII., Wm.
Icy, mill I.niHiiiiily, lo I'liiiiliiin, n mllo. Kn(
bnrk, tlirt-t- lime h n ui i lt,
.i i ,v! 1 r 1llllnJ'i n caiiMUnynu
i iu ia ill v n in;
Arrhn nl I'rut.l.-tlM I... t ...
da'vnnt Va m;k ''" TU'IK"I' 1 '"""Jay, und Sattir-
.rnve at Slippery uock by I p m,
S.1SI) Prom 'AU thin rii-tif'. v..ii.. n ...n. .
back ivv ice u wet ki ' llV9a
pjj?"" i:ilt ItntriuoHday and Salunlny at 3-w
jvrriveniiiray n alley hviMI p in;
Leavtttintv'M Vnllov i nf.u.i.i.. .i,i u'Ai....in.. ...
xrrivo at i-nc limi.Oy 430 p 111.
'PM) From (bilnpM. hv tjm.t I'm., in u..i.i....mi .
H miles nnd b n'k, once u wieit.
i"'i' iinin'fl ivi'diicNiiav ni7 a m:
Arrlvo til NiibluHVllin by lu nr
Leave Hubmsviili- Weilnesiiuy at 2 1 in
Arrive nt Oilmen by A p in. '
Slim From Jersey Hlmre, by I-hei,w Mm, to
Hanpyvllle, lit miles and buck, nn u n week
iniiiLHi mi i nimii' I nil' nuny ui U U Hi:
Arrive at Haneyvlllo by lim;
Lenvo Hiineyvllle I ImrHitay at 1 p m;
Arrive at Jersey Hhoiu by y p in,
2t li t'rntn Mlitwt . hv U'nlf ttmt nn.l IIiu.ia...
vllle.to Hill's oruve, -il lubes aud back, once a
Leave MiineyTnrnluy nt 12 in;
Anlveat nui'n Gio e by ? p m;
Leave HiITh Grove luemlay nt tin m;
Arrive at Muney by u in,
2121 Prom Ltirle Ilavni In IhIiiihI ?l- t.ilt.u n1.i
b ick, once a week. '
iaae uhk liuveuisaiiiruay at l'Jii m:
Airivo at iMland by II a in;
Leave Idlaud Haturday nt iLft) a m;
Anlve ut Lih k Haven by LWtu p m;
Piouusals fur muiu freiiucul nervice hImi invt.
2li Piom WeMporl, by Teldv, Hnmimrsley'n
I ork, and Ciohs 1 ork, to kettle Creek, lit milt
and buck, luieuu ucLit,
Leave u otpoit liuHday and Friday at CU0
Arrlvo rd k'ettleCieik al fi.:if n m;
LeiiVi lvtttl(?ivilt Wi ilnovilitv ntul UiiIm.Io..
Amvuai w i si port by 7 p m,
2i;s Prnin llldeeway by Kersey'd, C.iledontn, A
ilers, tu Pcutlild, miles and back, twice a
Leave lllilu'cwny Tuesday nnd HaturJay at Oum
Arrlvoat iVntlcId by Up in;
Leave Penileld Moinlay und Friday alC a m:
Arrlvo at iihlgcwny by 3 p m.
2111 From llrookvllle, by Itlchardnvllle, HchotT
icr b Coruerx, und Anojo, to ltlduoway, 81 tullev
Jul back, ome a wc k,
Leave llrookvllle Thursday at 7 u Hi:
Arrive nt llidgcwav by dp in;
Liavo Illume way Wednendiiy at 7 um;
Arrlv u at llrook v Hie by 5 p m.
2l.iS Prom Hiiymllton, by HeiuWrson, Periliu
iHii.-uiivii. in, lumnuifiu iiiih'i It 1114 UaCK
Leave Uu nilltoii Tuesday, Thursday and Sal
tiday, at H a in;
I.nul-n Mcnvr 'I m miLiv. Tim i t- ,.ii.ni...ii ...
at2p m. .
Art iv u at J la j millon by 0 p in,
I'liun I V,..il:llh In nM..cn,. n .... .
nnd bnik, twice a wi k,
Leave Fiatikliu 'luebday nnd haturdny at I
Ainvu ni ienipe,v town ny l p ni;
Li:lVn l)(-iiitisr Imvii mi I'm vilnt. nt,,l u.it..i..
Arrlvoat I raiiklln by 11-30 am.
Proposals fiirmoiorre'iucul strvlco Invllod.
21IM Piom Pitiokum Centre to Cherry Tree,
lmlUfittnd baik,Htltncsu uetk.
l.llilV I', tlnln. I i, I l.i .!. IK. .1 t,
at iiiai aummy
Arrive nt Cherry Tree by 1 p mj
I.i'iiVit I'hnrrv Irnuihillv v.....,i
Arrive nt Pitrolcuni Centte by 11-30 n in.
.nl l.'liwil Mlnlii.lnlnllnt .1
ami bm k, six l linen n week.
oi-ni-uuiu iiitiiiiiiK cmnu eonnrciion vvltli lull
roud tiuin, to beairauid to the satisfaction of
. " ' iu ilH.ll UIJIUHU. two
milcHuud biuk, dally except Hundny,
Hchedulotu bo aiiuiincd satisfactory to tho
9. IT IV, in. v... 1llt t I... - - t..... .
Halisbury,to Pequcn, U milts nnd back, twice a
Liuvo New Holland Tuesday nnd Saturday nt
9 a ni ;
Arrive nt Pequcn by Um;
U'livu Pequi'luemlay and Haturilny at 1 pm;
Airiveut l'ew Holland by 4 pin.
-jij riuiu iiiiiuiiini nuiiiuii, uy lllionciC (Il.O 1
and kleluielieisMllu m.o.) to bhucllcrotowu, a
luiiun nun lyiiL-iw, ma l limn 11 nitK,
Leave Itkhiaud htation dally, except 8uudav
at 12 in;
Arrive at Shafl'erstownby 2 p in;
Ltave Mjalleriowu daily, exct p. 8uuday, nt 7
Arrlv cat lllchlnnd Htation by 9 am,
"'.Ml Of I'll K'llurul,.,, 1,1. II....),. I ..., r ,.
man, to l,uke, ii iuIIum aud Imca. I w ice a wci-k.
Leavu lwiUfc,tou Monday und 'lhurduy ul a u
Airlvc at Lake by 11 a in;
Leave Luke Munday ami Thursday at 1 p m:
Arrive at Kingston by l p m. r '
2.1J0 From Kindlon, by Mill Holluw, trucks
Mile, Dallas ami Kuukli', tu Uuivmun critk,
1 j niiluK and back, twicea vieek.
Leave Kindlon Monday undThuihday at 7 a lit
Airivx.it Dow iii,iir L'rn k bv L'ni;
I.IMH llllWIIl.lll'rf I'll-I L- Mill. Jul .....I T... c.l....
nt 1 p m; J
a i uvu KiiiKstou by 0 pm.
lij.lFiom 'lunkbaiuaKk.ijy Poikbton.Lovelton,
and v.ullt, toUuhou', iftlallijiund batlt.onceu
Leave Tunkhuunock Halurdoy at t a m;
Anlve at lnuhuiu by 5 pm;
Leave inirihorn I iiilay at mi m;
A II In HI 'I unit ui Mim'I t,y 0 i ui(
sua Prom Wjiiluslnii. Uy Wllniot, t DuKhorc
12 m lien uud back, ouch n week. ,lurL'
Leave Wj aiuiu;; Hatuida ut 1 P in
Aliiveal liiHliom byopm; '
ltav Diliore Hat unlay a 7am
Aliiveal Wjalunlntflo Hum.
"''.I I'rillll hllinll. tl.in I,. I I.. . II .....
I.1MM ll(!ll lillll W C'tllUSil.iV lit I 11 111
AliniMtlCUllf aniu; '
l.i'iui'('iilli'j WnlmsiVij- nt" a in
Alllli.' ul .Miii.ir 1. nil by iluin.
S:l ''.'".".'"i"".'; ''J' Orwdl, to I.e. Itiiymilie.H)
llllli s uiul Inn li Hi. nt ilium, week.
1.1'llVt lllllllt' Tl.iihiv 'll.i,i...l. ti .... i...
allium; ' " 3 ..ur...iH...,
Ann. mh i.e Kaysvlllo bv 2 pm
LyiiVf LHiiujijvillo'lueMla .TuursdayandKat
u it lay, at 3 p in; '
AlllVe al Home by 6p IU,
!L"l1" Tinni I'lllihUtUlninr I... I ii. .
. . , r . '' ' v. ( tci4 ruriuice.
(n. o.,) to Lou.loii, j miles und biu k.onco u week.
i.iave i an in UhUUiK h.uui'ilay at S a in
Arrlvoat Loudon byUm; '
Leavu Loudnn Salurduy at 1 p in;
Aiilvo ut luumtuburbyup m.
2.5J0 Prom No wry, by lllun Knob (U. o..) and
Swiuer.(n.o.,).orahitClalrsvllle,23 mlluj ami
Leavo Nw ry Piidoy nt Il.3ila m;
Ariiv aitsuinttlairhvllleby Gpm;
Leave Haliiiuialihvllie Saturday at m-
23.7 Prom Shclncia, (n. o.,) by Advance tu
o.,) Hiaik sMilIb,(u,o.,)niHl AIwixkPi (ii.'u )
tu liti i im i (l ., n iiiin-H and buck, once a witk.
Leave M eh.chi haluuluy nt On m:
Ariiveat Laiiiaid'N by 12 in;
Leave luiiiaid'sMituiday at 1 p in,
An Ive ut Khelocta by U ji in;
Proin MonniiKahela Clty.by Uentleyv llle.lo
ltfiill.svllli-,11 miles and buck, threo lime a wetk.
Leavo .MoiiuiiKuhelu City, Tuchdny, ThuibUay
aiidMttuiday aLNam; " '
Airiveut Deallsvilie by Unit
Lvavo lleallsvll-e'luchilay.Tliurhdny and Sat
uiduj nt 1 p nt;
At rive at Monongahela City by 5 pm.
23211 ProinTjlirsburtf tu Chulnt;ton, 12 mile
und back', unco a weik.
Leav e 'i j It ikIiiii haiurdny at S um;
Alllvc utClatliiKlnu by Um;
Leave L'huliiyion mituul.iy ut 1pm;
Anlve ut Tiei.buitf hyApm,
2';nj) Pumi Indinnii, by Uluh, to Mlnta, 17 mllen
and back.twlcou vteck.
Leave Indiana Tuet-dny and Saturday at 7a m;
Arrlv eat Mlnia by 12 m;
Luive Min la Tin hdny and finturdiiy at 1 p iu;
Au i vu at J mlljim by ti p m.
j'tntM ov i'JiovosAU atWRAXTt::, axu
Ihu uiideislgiied , whose ihhU,Mco
address Is . , etmniy ot , Mule of
pi opuses to tonvey the malls of iho United htates,
Hunt July 1, ino-, to Juno JU, li7', on route No,
, bftvvt en nnd, under the ndvei-
tUemtnt of the PoMma-der General, dated April
ldh, ls. with "telcrli, certainty, and securi
ty," for the annual bum of dollars.
Thi iiroifivit is maite tilth jutt ktumlotlgt o tht
distance of the route, the weirlit v the vuitl to be car
rial, umi till othtr tmrttvuturi in ieeice to tht
tout? ami Mi-nlf, it nit titw ttftt r canut tiamhifitlon
of tht Utua unit iiutruittons uttucheU (a the tunci
Da ed (Signed.
The uudersIifiied.rebldiiiK nl . Stato of,
uniierluke thut, il the lo.itjolnc bid Tor carry! a k
th niatl on route No, bo aectpted by the
poftttnaslcr General, the bidder shall, prior tu thu
Ut day of July, teenier Into the icqulred obll.
nation or contract lo perform the sen ice propo
ed, with (ft hi und KtiilUleiit sureties.
Thtt weta, uiuterttniuting distinctly the obltpatioiui
ttntl liabilities tttsumrtt by ymirantort ttniltr the 7lU
stctiun of the act o lhiutet if Juv 2, 1S.W,
Dated (Hined liy two guarantors,)
The underhluntsl, postmaster ut , State of
mute, iMirr.u uia haiii OF ObUClt,
thut be is aeouitlnted with Iho above cuaruntorn,
and kuow tlit'iu to be men uf piopnty, and abl
to ninlie good 1 heir uuuruu tee,
PriioinlN mils) be to tiury the mail with "ce
lerlty,ct italuly, uiiiUeiuilly," usIdk thu terms
tit the law, iiiiu they uuud be Buarnntecil by
twu let-pontiible pctH.iik.ttilliiotl to as sutliby
ft postmasiei or ujiulguof a court of record,
NopHy will be paid lor tilps not iti-rfounei,
and fi r t acli of mi b omissions not sutltfaciorlly
ex plaint d tbrco tduts the pay of tho trip may bo
deducted. PoraiiivatsMilnrbthlml (lino as to
bienk emmet I Ion with dep Mllng malls, and not
mi ltu lently t xi tiKd,ciiielourth of the lompcn
Million lor (be lilplsMibJict to lorfeiluie, 1 imv
will be liuoM d. nulths ihtMUlluqiKticy be mils.
Iiittoilly t x lulmtl, lyr iKKktllntf lu take (he
mall Iioinoi iiduii post t Ihiet for fcuflcrlnk' It
to be li Juit il, diMiuyul, iobt ttl, or t und for
refnt! i u, alter demand, to cmivty the mall a
fiequeiitl as tbu t ontriu lor rum, or Is concern
id In iiiuiiliiK, veliieltunu Iho route. The l'ost
iunler tit neial may anuul (lie i null act lor diso
bey itm the ist "lilt e laws, or tho luftiucllou of
the Dt) ailment. He may itlltr Die schulule of
(Icpuiiuiew ni d nrnvnls, and also onhr nn In
ereiifcu nlbirvlcebj allowing tbeicfor a ji-n to.'a
Increase on (he con ti act pay. He in ay alko cur.
lull or dint nllnue the nrvlceln whole or In
purt, nt a piotiorllonuto iltcituKeoI pay, allow
Incus u full Indemnity to the coniruciur, ono
monlb's exiru coinpfiimtion tui the ummint of
servhe dl-i tiibtd with, and a i u iou eompin
siillon for Iho ervlctt rt lathed and continued.
Tbo Dt pnitment trservt-u thorltcht to reject uuy
bid wliltli may bo iltcmed extravagant, und ul-o
tu dUitiiiiril tno bids of fulllniccontiaclom and
biddeis, Kids hlxaild bo addressed to the "Sec
ond Assistant Postmaster Uvutral," nupersci di
ed "Piopowil, btutu of PiUnsylvauU,Muud suit
For Imtrucllorsand thfr Information, see nd
viillfciiK ui f October 81, 1W7, at the priulpul
Ma a'w, PoatniMtei Uvuerul,