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THE COLUMBIAN, BLOOMS13UHG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
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l Him n imirti Iiiiui-i- slid limit nil)' of
ll.rolMiipnr.rlr a nml ! tlit-refin i the In si
meitlliiti for uil ertWIiiR In till. Kirllmi of
I lift Nlixtr.
IH-oom liavld I,nttcnbcrR,J, Tf, l-'urmnii, John
llniwtiK-lsiilnli llower, A. ti. Hcely, Jacob
lliu wukik -c. l Sin Uat Jiitni CI. J-irohy, At
Ill n tux -.1, .1. .M'llmry, T, llculoii Cnli', .1 , .1 1 11
IlKAVI'.ll MnscsKcllllcllir, II, llllllcrlllor, ill".
I , iireipiiiii-n.
ri.NrilAl.lAJnlill 1, lltllllloll. Tlmliinn l-(lt"
h.irty. John Mlgllngir.
Cunyniiiiam lir. V. 11. Wollorth, Aaron l"er
Mill, It. Thornton,
Cattawissv IT. .1. K. l(obbln,s Vllir SpipII
Ckntiiii Abraham, Whlte flnm.lii-1 Nojhnrl,
Nnhtuel llower. ,
KhaikUN-J. II. KUI1, U. J. Hooder, Mows
Flsll iNtii'llEKK M. A AtnliH-rinnn, Trlall
MHenry, K. rnnngst.
ukke: mod U, W. t'tl, Win, Kramer, Jus, K.
IU.Ml.orK Win, II, Hhocni-iker.ltuElt M'Drldo,
JacksonIh-h. lliirllm.in, Jim. M'lleury,
lioil-sT llnu. 1 K, llelblnc, DaliM Mine,
Iteia J lower.
M wusox Jus". Klsner, A. .1. Our, llllgl
MIN If. J. Campbell, John Nuss.chas. l'lslier
Mikfmn lir. II. II. Montgomery, mitnuel
Monioitii l'cter llelmbnch, ,1, F, r'nrciiswitrth
Mr. I'l.rcAiAST Thus J, Wi'lllur, Jim Wa
tili.lt Jus. .tnhtisnn.
,,n niie clinics Council-'.. U UliketK W. H.
l'l.M--loscpll rltmcmnkor, Joe. Trlblehls, All,
tireti t uiimiiyer,
It'iAUIXlH HkKK T, II. llnurk, Win. llrelsbfleh,
KinTT.-On-ar IV lint, HitiiJcl fwydor, C'h-i's, II
I), in til l:.
srn wi Iiak .V. l-mtbncli, i.i id Lewis, Oco,
Ilv milor-nf Standing Comnilleo,
JUIIJJ A, ITNUHS, Clmlimali
llhiuinshuig, Aug. 21,'us,
Attention S Democrats !!
l,v onlcr that i-luai muling matter
may bti ftiniMii'iI the piMjiile until after
Hiu election, vn mako the following of
fer That wo will send Tar. Colvmihan
from now until after the. Presidential
election to clubs of twenty von rivu
iioi.laux. Tills is only Twenty five
outs n number iinil just covers tho
cost of tho paper on which 1,1 In printed.
Tho paper contains each, vycelj; sixteen
larjjo columns of ciitoi'talHliiR literary
nml political iicwh.
No Democrat in so. poor but what lie
can glvo twenty five cent- to aid in tho
coining contest, wid, should seo tliat
U itadical nclglibo has n copy.
C'IuIm shcjtlil lio formed at every Post
The Irish Vote.
Ah. usual beforonn election tho Had
leals aro making strong elTorts toobtniu
tho IrLsli vote. As proof of their sym
pathy with thoCathollolrLshtliey nom
inate for Auditor (leaoral of this State,
Uen. .Joint IjV Hartraufti wlio. acted ns
Mrs.. SurrattN hagroan, who aided
in murdering a Catholic woman whom
even Uen. Butler in n public speech
They have also nominated for Vice
President Schuyler Colfax, a lending
Know Xuthlny In the Wext, during the
existence of that party, and he has nev
er denied it to tills day. Wo assert on
tho aulherlty of his own townsmen,
who were members with him that lie
was rt member. Let him say over his
own signature whether or not ho took
tho following oaths at South llcnd, In
diana, In ISO I:
Ill tho presence of Almighty (!od
and these wltnoses you do solemnly
promise and swear that "
you will not vote, nor give your Iiillu
enco for any man for any olllco in the
gift of the pedple,unle;i.s)io bean American-born
citizen, in favor of Americans
ruling America, nor If ho bo a Itomaii
In the presence of Almighty God nml
(hefe witnesses you do solemnly and
lnceii'ly swear If It
may be legally done, you will, when
elected or appointed In any olllclal sta
tion conferring on you the power to do
mi, remove all foreigners, aliens, or Ito
i mi n Catholics from ofllce or place, and j
that you will in nnc-.e-.o appoint such to
miy olllco or plain in your gift.
A nice ticket, truly! Grant, the per--CCUtovH
of the .lews for President ; Col
ftvx, tho sworn enemy of foreigners for
Vice-President; and Ilartrauft, Mrs.
Siiriatt'sliaiigmnii for AuditorGCncral.
Grand Army of tho Republic.
"G." wants to know "why we call
the Grand Army of tho Republic apo
litical organization V"
l-'imt, becauso Its eoniniajiUei; in John
A. Logan, ouo of the. I,mpeuclimeut
Couimlttee, and as bitter a Jtadlcul as
breathes. During tho excitement in
refetenco to .Stanton's removal, Ac iiffn
al the services of the GYcukI Army of
Hie Itepulilte to Congress, and at the
snmo time telegrams wero sent from all
tho principal "posts" urging tho ford
bio removal of Provident Johnson.
fiiTondjtlio Coinmandorsof tho States,
Districts, and Posts, are all IlmUcals.
Xo Democratic soldier of prominence
is a member, nor have they over been
solicited to join.
Third, the Itadical Kxccutlvo Coin
mitteo .aro urging tho formation of
"Posts" all over tho country, "to aid
In tho election of Grant and Colfax."
Tho pretence that It is not political Is u
mpru ruseto Induco Democratic soldiers
to join, ami to yet them swum to olioy
their leaders, who aro all Itadlcals, If
wo aro in error In this, if wo liavo mis.
taken lis objects, nothing will givo us
greater jilensuru than to correct these
Nj:vj:h have tho opposition to tho
Democratic party lieen so evidently dls
satisfied, and doubtful, whether after
nil they liavo not been led oil' tho track
by wicked, lavatical, and corrupt lead
er's, Tho fact that tho very best men
of 'tho party, thaso that gavo It charac
ter, tho brains, unquestionably, liavo
left In disgust, must siartio tho honest
portion, mid lead them to think.
It is a mlsfurttuio to the County, that
us a rule members of tho opposition
rarely tako up and read a Democratic
paper, but coiillno their reading to their
own stupid party papers, and licnco it
is, that, though Intelligent and clever
enough id neighbors, and citizens, they
havon very contracted mid oven bigo
ted men of political questions, fsco that
your Ilepublicaii neighbor has tho read
ing of some bound Democratic paper,
like tho Coi.UMJilAN, and his eyes may
TuiiV raiso In Vermont it tax of Ml,.
M I on dogs, tho wholo number of ca
nines being 10,031.
A Question for Tax-payers.
TllKIti: fcenw In be no doubt that n
imrllon of the citizen of llloomsburg
have lieen successively Iniiipc ring Willi
the Grand Jiiilcsnl' this county, In or
der to defeat thu piopo-ied Incorporation
ii iiiat iowii nun n iioroiign, umii llieir
treets have been opened and widened
at tho expense nf the enuiitv. The
whole movement seems In liuve hull.
ruled as liillcn. but n o were mil immur
ed to believe It until wo saw tho scheme
expoed in the columns of the lllooms
burg Democrat, This expose should
open thu eves of tho people of the wholu
county. Wo predict that after their
sireeis navo neen opened rulliocxpenso
of the county, there will bo very llttlo
If any opposition to u llorough charter
on the part of the citizens, Who are,
or who are not, engaged in this pretty
scheme of llceclngtlii) tax-payers of the
county we aro not prepared to say.
Let the people of the county look to
their interests, and especially would wo
urge upon tho Grand Jury, that when
ever a ltoiough charter Is iignln asked
for by tho eitlzens of that undent town,
that It lie granted nt once. Gaztlte.
Our worthy friend Sanders, nftcr n
careful reeding of tho newspapers, has
nt last awakened to the fact that citizens
of tills llorough liavo been "fleecing tho
people," by getllngthelr"strectsopened
nt the epen-o of tho County." In view
of all the facts had'nt thu County scat
better be moved to HerwleU. All tho
streets there were opened before wo
wcro born, and It would do away with
a troublesome question.
Hut, seriously, let us meet this quos'
Hon. For ten years past wo liavo earn
estly tried to get n llorough Charter,
and that, too beforo the street-opening
question became an eye-sore. Tho ma
jority of tho property holders hero have
nlwnys been in favorof It, and thopress
have always advocated it. we indig
nantly deny that tho "Grand Juries have
been tampered with." It is an insult
alike to our people, and to the Grand
Juries, who liavo in all Instances been
tho most exemplary men In tho County
And now a word to tho ignorant
Sinco 1SC0 the population and enterprise
of this placo have nearly doubled
New streets bad to bo opened, because
tho old ones would not hold the houses.
It was done In tho regular manner, by
petition to tho Court, and tho appoint
ment of viewers. Tho damages wcro
paid tho same as when a road Is opened
in liriarcreek, or any other Township
lit tho County, except that in the case
of Market Street, the citizen pat'tltico
thinli of the. damanes out of (heir own
pockets. As tho nominations iiavo been
made, and tlio bolitieans do not longer
need this capital, wo suggest that tho
clamor coaso untill tho next election,
wlieu Mr. Sanders, as Candidate for
Treasurer, or some other oillco-seeker,
can revivo tho " played-out " war cry of
" tho streets ol Hloomsburg."
In the meantime wo will go on and
build our Seminaries, Normal Schools,
Town-Halls, Kounderies, etc. thus In
creasing our taxable property year by
Montour County Convention.
This body met on Monday last at
Thompson's Hall In Danville. Kvcry
Township and Ward was fully repre
sented, and tho iitmostgood fcelingnnd
harmony prevailed. Robert C. Puiscl
was nominated for Sheriff on tho first
ballot. For tho olllco of Treasurer thero
was somrj"strire, there being Tour candi
dates in tho Held. After several ballots,,
tho names of tho two lowest wero drop
ped, and Isaac Ammcrman of Daovillo
was nominated by a voto of V3;to 10.
John Dlldino of Limestone, moh nomi
nated for Commissioner without oppo
sition, nnd Win. C. JoHi.on was unan
imously renominated, ibr Register nnd
Recorder. Jesso C Ammcrman nnd
W. I). Wldcnliair wcro appointed
Congressional Conferees, without in
structions. Tho Representatives con
ferees were instructed for Hon. George
Scott of this County. Resolutions wero
passed In substnneo tho samo ns thoso
adoptod In Columbia Comity.
Capt. Uroekway, being present mado
a short speech to tho Convention, and
was followed by Capt. Clialfant. Mon
tour County should givo Seymour &
lllnlr.VH) majority this fall.
Lincoln on Seymour.
Pomeroy that tho "emit about 'Honest
Old Alio' which was at 11 rut ridiculous,
has now becomo criminnl'.'" If not, let
it liavo the honesty itself to publish
what Lincoln said in 1803 of tho candi
dato whom tho Democracy proposo in
l&flS to ynit Into Lincoln's place.
Just beroro tho baltlo of Gettysburg,
hi, July 1RCU, tho ottlcer of Governor
Seymour's btall', who had been charged
by him witli superintending tho move
ments of tho Now York troops whom
Governor Seymour threw forward witli
such unexampled rapidity nnd energy
to resist the invasion of Pennsylvania
by Lee, called to say farewell to Presl-
dent Lincoln. Taking tho ofllcer (the
Tribune knows perfectly well who thai
olllcer was) by both hands, President-
Lincoln said to him; wish voui to.
"understand that you cannot pcilbly
use worus loo wnrm to convey to
"Governor .Seymour my that.Vulness
"for his prompt and efllcient Ijolp glv
"en to the Government in thin crisis."
Tills languago thu President hhrico re
peated, accompanying it with fervent
pressure of tho hands, anil tittering it
each time witli IncreiisHl earnestness
NA'itri!Ai.i,ATlo.N laws. -A refer
ence to tho naturaliaition buys may bo
Useful at this timo.
After tlireo ytrs residence i,i tho
United States, it declaration of inten
tion to become-n citizen may bu liu-d in
tho Pruthoiiotary's olllco nt any time,
without witness j and at tho end of two
years mew a certillcato of citizenship
may bo obtained In ojn court upon
prooi ( nvo years resilience. Two wit
nesses. Aliens who enter tho United States
under 19 years of age, can, without 111
ing declaration, obtain certillcato of cit
Izenshlp, in opon court, upon proof of
flvo year's residence. Ono witness.
Thoso who liavo been In tho military
or naval servico, can obtain certificate
of citizenship upon presentation of dls.
charge, and proof of ono year's resi
dence. The fact Is stated, to show Jiow tiWi
Republican party has been ndvaiwlaiig
In Radical news, that overy ono of Iin -coin's
original cabinet, except tlw- iar
torious Simon Cumcson, who wa- turn
ed out, Is now supporting Soyinsiu; nml
Di'iuxo tlio past tlireo yeurs, of pro
found pcato tho Radicals liavo- exnoiid-
ed fourteen hundred mllliotvs of tlio
people's monoy. Patlcncu patience,
frcoinon, you have your reinedv in
October and NovcmUj next t
Wiinroglad to obscrvo that In nil
parts of the country there Is n continued
accession of able men nnd Influential
newspapers to the Democratic ranks.
Tlie "lllpon (Wisconsin) Representa
tive" of July 1st gives In its adhesion
lo thu Democracy.
Hon. F.T. llacklis of Cleveland Ohio,
heretofore an eloquent Republican ora
tor.ls on lliesluiup for Seymour & lllalr.
lion. Daniel S. Gooding U.S. Mar.
shal for District of Columbia, n Lincoln
elector in 18i!l, is slumping Indiana for
Seymour A Itlalr.
J. M. llorrell Ksq. of Media, Delaware
County Pa. a life long Republican, Join
ed and addressed tho Soymour Club of
C. 1). Robertson of Warrick, into n
Republican, spoke nt n Democratic rati
fication meeting at lloonovllle.
Tho Cleveland Plalndealcr says lion.
Richard Gregg of Aurora, Dearborn Co.
Inn speech came out for Seymour A
Tho Schenovo (N.Y.) Monitor hereto
fore Independent hoists tho names of
Seymour A lllalr.
Tho Ulster democrat, Kingston N.Y.
takes down tho names of Gen. Grant
and Col. Fax nnd hoists Seymour A
Ulair ns its candidate.
Charles Jlorris Ksq. a leading lawyer
of Troy, Miami Co. Ohio 1ms nnnounccd
a chango to Seymour & Illair nnd
speaks of many others following his ex
Tho "Loyal League" of Philadelphia
aro reported to liavo expelled 82 mem
bers who havojoincd Seymour & lllalr
Tho Philadelphia Germans who liavo
herctoforo supported tho Radicals, will
go for Seymour A lllalr.
In Fayetto Co. Ohio, Judge R. M.
Ilriggs and Col. John M. Council botli
influential Republicans, camo over to
Seymour A lllalr, and nro on the stump
ndvocatlng their election.
Col. C. C. Gardiner of Klmira N. Y.
nn olllcer in the war and a Republican,
supports Seymour A lllalr In a publish
Mr. Wharton, West Virginia, Kditor
or tlio rarkesburg north American, for
merly Radical, is now for Seymour A
Wm. R King Ksq. of Rcdford Pa. al
ways n Republican is now for Soymour
Col. W. B. Thomas of Philadelphia
collector of tho Port under President
Lincoln is for Seymour & Blair.
Tho Jordan Transcript N. Y. hercto
foro Republican goes for Seymour A
Hon. Jtulgo Mellon of Pittsburg Is for
Seymour & Blair, to tho distress of
Gen. Bucll, is for Seymour A lllalr.
llLoo.Msnuna, Aug. 10, 18CS.
The Representative Conferees met in
tho "Forks Hotel" pursuant to tho or
der of tho District County Conventions.
Membcre of tho Conference, Peter Bill-
mycrnntf Chas. G. Murphy for Colum
bia, Hint I. AV. Wagner, and William
JM'Jvinch for Montour County.
On motion of Mr. M'Nlnch, seconded
lijr CI. O. MurpViy, IMr Dltliiiyur Wlls
fleeted President. Ou motion of C. G.
Slurphy, seconded by W. JI'Nincii, I.
W. Wagner was elected Secretary.
After Mr. Bilimycr took tho Chair, on
motion of O. G. Murphy, seconded by
I. W. Wagner, Hon. GronaE Scott
was unanimously nominated for Rep
resentative On motion of W. M'Nincli, seconded
by C. G Murphy, Danvlllo was chosen
as tlio placo for holding tlio next Rep
On motion of Mr. Wagner, .seconded
by Mr. Jl'Nlneh, tlio meeting ndjourii
ed, nine dir.
I. W. WAdNKii, Sec.
I'ouit years ngo,the follovlng,nmong
other distinguished men, wero against
the Democracy. Now they heartily
support Seymour and Blair: Andrew
Johiiaoii,PreIdiont of tho Unltod. States.
Salmon P, Chase, Chlef-Justico of tho
United States. Gideon Welles, Secre
tary of tlio Navy. O. II. Browning,
Secretary of tho Interior. James R.
Doolittle, United States Senator from
Wisconsin. James Dlxcn.Unitcd States
Senator from Connecticut, Montgomery
Blair, into Postmastw-General. Fran
els P. Blnlr, tho friend and advisor of
Andrew Jacksoa.. Stephen J. Field,
Associato Jus-iiae United States Su
premo Court. Henry Stanbery, Into
Attorney-General of tlio United States.
This by no means completes tlio list.
SoB of tho order politicians will ro
mtiiibor the fact that Kx. Gov. John
Andrew Shulze, suddenly In Buplember
1WS, camo out for Rltner, in a letter.
'iVioJpurnnl of tho canal Commissioners
Mr. T. Stevens being ono of them,
shows that Shulzo was rewarded tlio
sum of fifteen hundred Dollars nbout
that time, under pretence of Damage to
hU farm near AVilliamsport. Tho
election of David R. Porter defeated
irtAi.iNANT, Ingnornnt, and fanati
cal people, may think It all right that
tho wliltos of tho South should bo dis
franchised, and Mibjccted to tlio rulo of
their former slaves, but it must bo re
momnoreii iiiat, wo ol tlio rsortli, pay
nearly for It. If wo aro willing to pay
all tho oxpensoof the Government, our
selves it is nil well enough, hut If not,
wo must barten to drlvo tho radical
party from power, so ns to glvo tho peo
plu of tho South n cliiuico to prosper.
fjENEUAi, Git ant Fald that If ho was
clt-cted President ho would linvo no
1 wllcy of his own. Wo liavo no doubt
of it. Hut Sumner, Butler, Washburno,
.liOgan.Chandlcr, Philips, nnd Douglass,
would have ono for lilm. A voto for
iant Is n voto for theso precious
wortliIes,wlio would manipulate Hiram
exactly to suit their own treasonable
Who could havo belloved that, Vir
ginia, tlio great Stato that gavo to tho
world a Washington, Patrick Henry
and Jefferson, should In so short a timo
after their death, bo under tho rulo of n
Military Despatlsm and excluded from
any participation In tho cholco of a
Men of tlio world, that Is, those who
do not claim to bo especially Influenced
by religious motives, may well ques
tion tlio sincerity of such professing
Christians ns glvo their support to
lrnnt, a wholly Irreligious man, instead
of Horatio Seymour, tho Christian.
Gun. Quant wroto to Butler, whec
tho cxclinnco of prisoners was going on
with tho full approval of tlio rebels ,
Send no Jnoro men In exchnngo for
our sick prisoners In tho enemy's hands,
jvcry man released uccomas an nctivo
soldier against us. If wo eoiiiincnco n
system of exclinngo wo will have to
light on till tho wholo South Is exter
minated. 11 Is hard on our men in
Southern prisons, hut Is humanity to
moso leu in our raiiKs to ngnt our uni
ties. That shows who was responsible for
tho horrors of Andorsonvllle.
Such of tho Southern slntes as refuse
to accept ncgroLand carpetbag rule, aro
by Act of tho Rump Congress to bo de
prived of tlio right of voting for PrcsU
dent, and In such of tiicso States ns Imvo
already accepted these hard conditions,
but arc likely aflcr nil to voto for Sey
mour nnd Blair, llio pcoplo art to bo
deprived of tlio rigid of voting, and tho
Electoral voto of tho stato Is to bo east
for Grant by tlio bogus Legislature. If
there is ono spark of tho blood of 70 left
in tho American people, they will al
low no such outrage as that, to bo per
pctiated. The cost of maintaining troops In the.'.
military districts during tho last year
for Radical reconstruction purposes,
was, according to tlio Now York 2W4-
tine, $18,117,311,72! This enormous c.x
poudlturo of tlio public funds In n'tlmo
of profound peace, Is tho result of Rail
ical misrule nnd mismanagement. Tlio
only way to stop such reckless cxtrava-.
ganco Is to hurl from power tlio party
that encourages it. As long ns thero is
n Radical majority In Congress, the
work of plunder will go on. Will the
heavy burdened tax-payers think of
this, and apply tlio remedy V
At Governor Seymour's residenco In
Decrflcld yesterday arrived Major-Gen-
oral Henry W. Slocum. Major-Goneral
Rosccrans fins been thero several days
Kach distinguished gentlemen will re
main till Tuesday. Now that thestates
man who saved Pennsylvania, the olll
cer who gained tho battle of Stono Riv
er, and tho general who won at Benton
vlllo nro In consultation, Is not tlio lib
crty of tlio Loyal Millions imperilled.
Let Congress rcasscmblo at once.
"The cntiro English press favors tho
Republican ticket." And tho cntiro
Irish people favor tho Democratic
ticket. It is natural enough that tho
oppressors should desire tho election of
Grant and Colfax, and tho oppressed
that of Soymour and Blair. When Sey
mour is ProsIdent.Amcricannntionality
will lio respected nil over tho world.
Docs any adopted citizen doubt that?
The only money voted by tho lato
Radical Legislature of Pennsylvania for
charitablo purposes was that given to a
negro institution in the Twenty-fourth
Ward. Tho Soldiers' Home, at Fif
teenth and Filbert streets, was refused
any nld, as wero many other charities
for white men and women in the State.
Will whito men sustain such n party '.'
When tho tnx-payer goes to tho polls
at tho comlmc election, let him ask
wnicn party imposed upon thu country
tlio heavy bunions under which tlio na
tion is now staggering. If a Radical
pretends ignoranco upon tho subject,
ask him nbout tho eighteen millions of
dollars that wero spent last year to meet
tlio expenses of Radical reconstruction
in tho South.
Tin: Radical leaders are calling on tho
one-armed and one-legged soldiers to
form singing clubs to sing Grant songs
it Black Republican meetings. They
want the poor mutilated veterans who
liavo been playing hand-organs at our
street-corners to lay nsiilo tho organs
and cultlvato'their singing talents, to
slug Simpson or Ulysses Into tho Presi
dency. And after that is accomplished
they can go to organ-grinding again.
Wo don't bclievo tlio .soldiers will " see
it." Anyhow, singing won't pay the
Tin: carpet-baggers liavo hit upon a
now sclicnio to givo tlio electoral voto
of tho South to tho Radical candidates
for 1're.sldont and Vlco President. They
now proposo to take away tlio Presiden
tial election from tho pcoplo In tlio re
constructed States, and let tho Leglsla-
tureschoosothoelectors. They aro afraid
of tho people, and know that in a lair
popular voto they will bo overwhelm
ingly defeated. But their now game
will fa!l,-for tho pcoplo Intend to gov
We are on the ovo of tliomost impor
tant political campaign over known
nnd doubtless excitement will run high
through tho Country. Wo caution our
friends against tho folly of disputing
Willi their Radical neighbors on politi
cal questions, nothing is gained by it,
and generally tho only effect is toinake
them moro hardened In their fanatical,
nun lilgoled opinions.
Iin: season Is approaching when
many of our Democrats friends usually
tako a trip West, nnd after, wo aro sor
ry to say, tills 1ms been douo heretofore,
without thinking of tlio Flection. We
beg our friends to niako no urrnnge.
jnents, either In tlio way nf traveling,
or imsldess that will render their belni
hero at tho Klectlon In October, lit tho
icasi uegieo doubtful.
Tin: Rudlcals lu tlio United States
Senato not only sat until 2 o'clock on
Sunday morning, but held a session on
tlio evening of tho Lord's Day. Such t
tiling was unknown In this country un
til they obtained control of tho govern
Tim: editor of tho lleltytom Tclescojie
objects lo singing by the choirs of
churches while taking up a collection.
Ho saysj "Wo liavo sometimes seen
brothers so nbsordcil in tlio sliiclnc dur
ing tho collectlomthnt with their closed
eyes, thoy could not seo tho basket as it
"The WAV the jionev uoiw.".
Mercur has got n bill through Congretw
paying I'. John SSOO, for somo postage
stamps lio says ho lost. Any man can
build a sinoke-houso on top ofldsliouso
If Congress gives him $800 no. Hut then
wo tax-payers must foot tho bill,
Cou'AX, n llttlo over a year ago, said
that "Oraiit had proved n failure lit
every capacity oulsldo of tho military."
Wo should no.v llko to havo Grant's
opinion of Colfax,
The Rev. Hurloy Baldy of Maucli
Chunk has taken cbargo of HL Paul's
What A Copperhead Xs.
Tho Tribune styles Colonel T. Lyle
Dickey, recently appointed Assistant
Attorney-General of tlio United fclntcs,
" n copperhead."
Now wo may learn exactly what a
copperhead Is. Colonel Dickey has lieen
mi honored citizen of Illinois for thirty
years. For many years ho was Circuit
Jtidgo In tho Ottawa district. Whon
tho war broko out lio went to Washing
ton and asked Mr. Lincoln for authorl
iy lo organize a cavalry regiment' Mr.
Lincoln wroto to tho Secretary of War
concerning tho said copperhead tills!
"Tills man is my friend. Wants to
"raiso n cavalry regiment, lie won't
"lie. lie won't steal. A. Lincoln."
Receiving his authority, ho recruited
and put In tho field llio Fourth Illinois
Cavalry Regiment, and commanded the
same, till Grant mado lilm Chief of Cav
alry on his staff, which post ho filled
Three sons nnd a son-in-law of this
"copperhead" entered tho army. Of
two of theso sons, both privates, one
was killed and another severely wound
ed in tho Red River expedition. His
son -In-law, n general, was killed al
Now wo know what tho Tribune's
" copperhead " means. World.
A Red Hot Time. An entbustastie
club meeting was held In Bergcr's Hall
on Tuesday night, to ratify thonomlnn
tions of tho Democratic County Con
vention. Tlio hall was crowded to Its
utmost capacity, many Republicans be
ing In tho crowd. Tho President of tlio
club, Mr. 'Wliltman, and tho Secretary,
Mr. Shearer, wero In their seats, whllo
the band enlivened tho hall witli excel
lent music. Tho meeting was first ad
dressed by Capt. C. B. Brockway, of
Bloonisburg, who spoko vigorously and
to tlio point, eliciting much applause
W. 1'. Furey, of this paper, was next
called for, and addressed tlio meeting
for nbout nn hour. Mr. Mayer tho nom
inee for President Judgo of the district,
having nbout this time made Ills appear,
ance, was greeted witli great enthusi
asm and called upon for a speech. 1 lo
responded, thanking the Democracy for
tlio honor done him, and reviewing the
issues of tho campaign in ono of tlio
best speeches over delivered in tlio hall
He was frequently and loudly applaud
ed. At tho conclusion of Mr. Mayer's
speccli tlio meeting adjourned with
tlireo cheers for Seymour nnd Blair and
tlio Democratic County ticket, and re
paired to tho residenco of Sir. Mackey
with tlio band. What was dono there
will bo found In another place. Clinton
Holders: of flve-twenty Bonds
liavo very llttlo to hopo from tho Radl
cals. Tliad. Slovens, and most of the
leading men of the Radical party, aro
open.repudlators, and indignantly deny
that tlio principal of tho Bonds is paya
ble In Gold. Tho Chicago platform
tries to dodgo tho question by saying
tli at tho principal should bo paid ac
cording to tho letter and spirit of tlio
law. Why not say gold at once, If they
Let tho bondholders beware of the
sblniilaster txirty, and stand by tho
Democrats, tho good old party that gavo
us gold in former year, and that nover
,ycl repudiated n promise to pay gold,
as did tho Radicals under Gov. Ctirtln.
The fact that Thad. Stevens was bap
tized a few minutes beforo his death, by
tho Sisters of Charity of tlio Church of
Homo, will disgust Ills political friends
wo have no doubt. Tho remark lio is
said to liavo made, a year ago, " that ho
would sooner send ono hundred miles
for Sister Loretta to bo with him in his
last hours, than to liavo many Preachers
that ho knew of," is still moro cruel.
Tin: New Post Orrici: Law. Tho
post olllco law Just passed by Congress
contains somo important changes in tlio
inodo of conducting tho business of tho
department, and ns all our renders aro
moro or less interested in sending and
receiving letters and newspapers, wo
publish somo of tho provisions of tlio
now law for their information. Tho law
provides that all letters on which the
namo of tho sender is endorsed shall bo
returned to lilm if not called for within
thirty days-, It doubles tho compensa
tion of postmasters for tho payment of
money orders, but reduces tlio fees on
inu same, it permits wceKiy newspa
pers sent to regular subscribers In the
county whero published to bo delivered
frcoof postngo from tho post offlco near
est tho placo of publication ; 11 also au
thorizes tho Issuo of duplicate money
orders. Tills law ntso makes it a felony
of high character totiso postage stamps
a. second timo knovlngly,and authoriz
es tho Postmaster General to prescribe)
a uniform for letter carriers, and makes
It a misdemeanor for any ono elso to
wear tho same.
The Bankiiui't Law. Onu of tlio
last of Congressional doings previous to
adjournment, was tho application of a
partial remedy to tho operation of thu
Bankrupt law by nn amendment ex
tending tlio period for tiling voluntary
petitions to tho 1st of January, 18011.
Tlio obnoxious fifty percent, elnuso is,
during tills extended term of tho act
proper, .suspended, and onco moro tho
benefits of tho act may be sought by
Tin: Radicals spend millions or dol
lars to keop up tho l-'reedmen's Bureau.
Tlio taxes of tho whito laboring men
nro thus used to support Idlo negroes In
tho South, who in return aro expected
to voto tho Radical ticket. Whito men,
riay your taxes I
OENEltAi. IIi.aih invltcil (lencrnl
(Irani lo breakfast on Moutlny, in
I.cavcnvvortli, and llio Coiniuninlur-ln-Chief
accepted tlio Invitation of tlio
"ablest general in tlio volunteer her
vlco." Lot us linvo pcaio I
Said General arant "I liavo no pol
icy of my own."
Said aencrnl Jnc-Ufion '"Jlmt man
"deserves to bo a blavo who -would volo
"for a mum eandldato wlienlils liberties
"aro at stake."
Wilson says that tho Radical party
fitands 011 tlio "IlocU of Ages." Wheru
t tlio Cincinnati Jiivjutrtr remarks "its
very clonr that Grant dont htniid there.
Ho can't oven stand on quartz." Tiioro
nro two pints to Hint Joko.
I Tin: now namo for tho netrro nrmy Is
"constabulary." Great llritaln's Iroland
has constabulary, nnd why shouldn't
our IrolamlH liavo them, loot Kkul
A nox or Matches. This necessary
artlclo now costs three cents. This Illus
trates tho extent to which wo aro taxed,
and utterly reputes tlio idea of somo
people, that tho poor pay no taxes.
Water and catnip tea, nro not taxed.
Wo bcllovo, but almost anything, ex
cept garden truck you liavo on your ta
ble is heavily taxed to pay, the interest
on Government bonds, the expeii'o of
tho Rump Congrcss,tlie standing Army,
and tlio Freadinans Bureau lo support
millions of worthless blacks in idleness.
Very nice to sco white men work hard,
from day lo day, to earn money for llio
purposoof keeping n lot of lazy negroes.
The party that repealed tlio law
pledging tho faith of tho Stato of Penn
sylvania, that tlio interest on money
borrowed nt tho rato of flvo per cent,
should bo paid In coin, and forced up
on our creditors paper currency Instead,
against the solemn protestof tho Demo
crats, Horatio Seymour, Included) now
has tho Impudcnco to call us repudla-
tors, because Mr. Pendleton says tho
principal of tho 5-20 bonds should bo
paid according to law.
The party Hint perpetrated tlio great
loan swindle in 1SG7, by which tho state
lost annually about $000,000, and which
passed the Iniqnitlous law exempting
tlio whole stato loan, (amounting toSa.
000, 000,) from all kinds of taxation,
state, county or township, to benefit a
party of sharpers In the city or Phila
delphia, wants it further lease of power,
Will it bo given to them?
ONE HU.NIIItEII THOUSANDof tho best
and most respectable citizens of the
Stato of Tennessee, nru disfranchised
under tho Brownlow Despotism, nnd it
is in this way that Grant expects toelect
himself President. Glvo tho whllo men
of this Country, a fair Klectlon, mch ns
vvashad under Democratic, rule, nnd tho
Radical party would bo ground to pow
der. A ViiicuxiA postmaster who receiv
ed ono of tho begging Congressional cir
culars, responded promptly, and enclos
ed to the secretary three Dollars In Con
fedcrato currency, and explained, on n
piece of brown paper, that having no
other money but Confederate, and not
wishing to treat tlio application with
contempt, for fear of being removed
from ofllce, ho was compelled to send
that ! Ho also expressed the hopo that
his contribution to tho Radical cause
would bo Judiciously expended!
A.NOTlIElt "STItAW" nilt GltANT.-
An election was held last week in Mon
tana for Territorial Olllcers. It resulted
in tho success of tho Democralie Ticket
by 2100 majority! This Is out of a total
voto of only 11, 000. Kvldcntly thoso
hardy front Icrsmnu don't see llio policy
of electing u man on tho score of ills
.shoulder-straps, or aiding n parly whoso
success means ruin to tho nation.
Why is it that a parly that claims all
tho Intelligence, morality, nnd religion
should havo for its leaders the moot
Irreligious corrupt, and Infamous men
n llio Country I No woder, that men
of character abandon such u party in
I'm: public ilelil has neon liic-ieastM
over thirteen millions slnio tho llr.s
day of Juno last. It has been Increased
over twenty-threo millions .since tho
llrt day of last May. It lias been in
creased over thirty-two millions since
thu first day of November last. This 1:
tho result of Itadical extravagance nnd
Tin: success of the parly in opposition
lo thu Democrats, limy have been, by
means of tho War, of somo benefit t
those who had a share of the spoils, but
tho Country at largo Is worse on by llvi
thousand millions, than lfnosuch ;ii
ty had ever existed.
Tin- irrpnl fitiniiint f if limu pntiHlllnpil liv tin
Inilk-s In ilrcsslngnnil iirmimlnic tlmlr linli- must
nuiko liny ni tli lu Mlilt-h unultl Ipssen tlu-lr laltiir
tiaillriilHili- di-si nihil-. Uinti'H p!Ptulile Am
lirtisia lum-s tlie luilr In i-ucli coiuUthm ns tn
ipiuu-r iiiiuhMui;uiiii niriumuiK n M-iy iasy
mnuiT. ii iinpaiiN in ii iiiai. iucihuu liuissy tin-iit-tn
inn u m nun Ii uilmjl ptl. llpalisis llio M-llh
Irom ilaiuliull unit all huniois, mill it-cntH
Imlilm-srt; inninoU-s Its growth nml icstoux yiny
iuiii ui Hh (iridium piiiur, .1111401,1,. iu
Vow llir "AUIIUS," AWunu, A', 1'.
IIOOI-I.ANIIS UElt.MAN lllTI'llltM.
Wiinrumil In thu liublt of nutU-iim hrw-nllp
Pnl put Mpillt-hipK ; hill Wll lilts, p 110 lipslhlllnll 1
poiiimi-lullliK tills Milunblu llltlirti lo Hip public
IllS POU! I'DSI'll f)l 1UI1IP IHIl HIP JlllUM IU1U UP
Ihki-piIIpiMk, nml llio IhnuMimls ol ti-hthnoninli
lo Its 1 lllpnpy. limo no itoubt tlinl ts thu 1110s
mliinliln siipi-lMp known lnr UlP PIIIO nf lllspilspi
ol lliu l.lvi r, Kent-nil nihility, I'pvpik, ami 1-01.1-
lilnllilii arising; iroin 11 imiiuuprpu isininiipii.
Tho Hitters iscntliply fill) Horn nil imoik-ntliiB
lIOOrtiANWH (JEIiMAN 'lO.S'IU
Comblnps nil tlio InuHillcntsol tho lllttpis wll
imioHnnta Unit Hum, oiniiKP, nnlo, Ap. II Is
uttoil lor tho hiuno iIIsiiispmiih thu llltlpm, In i-uso
Mhi-ro 1.01110 aipiioiiuiip niiiiiiuaiii is npppshnt'3
nml tnuki-K a iri-alntlon iltllKlmully ih-a.uu
nml ngrppahlo in inKi', rriucijial olllpp, uiiaip
blrppl,rhlhul'a, Tn. holUoMii whi-ip,
AllDllESH TO TIM', NEIIVOIIH AMI 1)111111
...I...... .It II... ll.in. I...... I
iinitru, ii'' "ui. in. ii ji .Hiiii-ii-i
timii lilddeli lilllsis. mid wliosii i-asis leniili
pruiopt liealinenl to tender existence ilesliuhle,
1 1 yilll III U Ml ui-lllllii HI llllHi Mllll'll'U, IIOlll 111'
ollllltnry illssnillges, wnaltllectiloes It, juodue
1111011 volll- ut III nil binllli ? llu vou leel weuli
lUblliinllHl, t-arllyillid? Does 11 llttlo extra ex
.rllon nioilueo 11 Piilnitatlon ol tlio heart? IIhim
your liver, or miliary oigans, or join- lildiieys,
liiiiucnlly got out nt older? Xs your urine
Miiliii'lillleS tllil K. llllllCV. 01' lloekv. Ill-is it rum-
4111 settling? Or does a thick si-inn ilsobi tlio
loir; ur is 11 seuiiiiiui 111 too noiioiu aller 11 hiu
htoisl awhile? Ilnjou bavospellsof slioit bu-atli
Inir in ilvsnepslii? Aid !iollr bouels eoustln.ili il 1
1 in you liavo spells of lulntlng, or rushes ol blood
lo llio ncauv is your llieuioiy impaileit? Jsynui
mind eonstallllvdwllllll-'llnDll tiilssulilet It 11,
you fi-el dull, IMUss, moping, tin it ol tulupauy
III I lltl t lill I" IU ll-ll 1IIIII1I-, III i iim uy
trom oerybody ? Does any lit lio llilngiuiilto-toii
htnltorjuuip? Is your sleep lil-iikin orieslless?
Ik tho lustre of lour evo as blllllaiit 1 'I'lio bloiini
.ilijoui- tluik as bilghl? Do you injoy youi-sill
lu siielely ns Mill? llu you piusuo Jour business
wltil lliosamceneigy? Do ion liefas inueli coll.
hdelicolli ouisell? Ale your splilts ilull and
Eiiii-uuiK, H. . 11 ninii.ui 1111-111111.-111111- 1 1 , mi, mi
not lay II tojonr llveror d.ispepsia, Huo you
tesiluss nights? Vour biuk male, your Kiui-s
weau, 111111 nao 11111 limu iippLiiie, 111111 oll 111.
Irlinito tills to dyspepsia or It vt r.eoinplaint?
Nuw, reader, bell-abuse, vent-lea! diseases bad
ly cured, and sexual excesses, nro ult capable of
iirisliiclug a weakness of llio generative organs,
Tho organs of generation, when In perfect health
nuiko tlio man. Did you over lliluk that thoso
bold, delimit, cucrgetfc, peisoM-rlug, snccesslul
business-men aro alwnys thoso wliosu geueiellvo
organs aro tn perfect health? Vou never hear
stub men cumplalu of being inelanchoily, or
nenousucss, ol 1 ,111 pita t Ion of lliu hcaii, They
aroueier atriild they cannot sutctcd In business
Ibi-y don't becomo sad alld Ulscoiiiiijed;liiey are
aluayspolltoiiiid )ilcasunt In lliu company of
ladles, and look you mid lhcm right 111 tlio laeo
liono of our downeast lookti or any other
meanness about lhcm, I do not mean thoso who
keeplhuorgrm)lullaUd by running to excess.
Tlii-se w 111 not only ruin tfielr cuiistriutloiis, hut
nlsii those they ilo business with or lor.
How liinuv men. trnrii lniillv.i.iit.,.,1 ,ll.,.nu.,u
from Ihei ll.clsol siif-ubiisoiind excesses, have
hroiiffhl about that stato of weakness lu those
organs that has icdiuul tlio gonial system so
iiiuih ns to luduco almost eery,nllerillsease
miiH-j-, niiiiiey, pin ii ii sis, spinal aiiecilou, bllleldo
and almost eveiy other loun or dlsiasu wlili li
liumaullylslKlrto, nud-lho leal causo or llio
troiii.loscaicily ever suspected, and hmi- doo
lined lorilll hut tho right out.'.
Dlsciiscs i.ril.fsoorgiin-i riulro Iho uso of a
liliiKlle.- llelinbolds Fluid Extroit Ilndiu Is
thoguatlliuretlc.nuillsuccrtalli euro lor ills
eases of Iho I Indilcr, Kldncjs, Uimel, Dropsy,
V.'-V'V,',1.0 Weaiiness. pemalo C-oiuolnlnls, Uciiera
in b Illy, and all 1 Isi uses of tlio Urinary Organs,
whelher exls li;g In Mule or Female, 11.0.1 w hat-!
eer causo oilgluatlng, imd uu uiiiilir of how
II 110 lioaliue.it Is submitted lo, Consuinptlon
or Insanity may lusue. Our ihshaiid hhsJlaio
Mipporlid IromlUcso sources, and tho health and
happiness, and Ihat of 1-iosUllty, dipuids upon
inoniptusoofa ri liable remedy. '
NoiioiiroKeiiuluo unless dono up in stcel-eu.
graved Tlij.peil, with fac-slinlloomy fhemleai
. tiiuiioiu i .ii., 1 1 jii.emi.isinoiislii.lupiviird
l?y.t.V! lnvji'-a hy II, -i', lleliiihoiil, lliuif.
KWi' i'iNt;w "''l.",1"1 WlHonlli luth Klreel,
Philadelphia, I'a. l'r co- .a ir liotlle. or t!
ttt les for Wfo ilellvued lo'iuiy d lu'Is.' ftoM
liy nll'Hruirt UU everywhere. '
Domocratio National Tiokot.
01' NEW YOUH.
1011 vtcK-wiEsl 11r.su
UKN. FRANCIS P. 1JLA1R,
Domocratio Stato Tiokot.
1 on AUniroit-oi-.NEiiAi.!
CHARLES E. BOYLE,
or I'AYETTi: COUNTY.
1 ou 8Cuvnvoit-ni-.s Kit A 1, 1
GEN. WELLINGTON II. ENT,
OV COLUMBIA COUNTV.
Demooratio County Ticket.
l-OIl llKl'IinslINTATIVr. I
WHiUAM OIUKll CJUICK.
l-Oll 1MSTIUCT ATTOHNHV I
K. R. IKKI.KR.
roil sin viivoit 1
ISAAC A. DHW1TT
l Olt AUDITOK I
A. J. ALBKRTSON.
Wheat per bushel
, 82 r
Flour per barrel
. l a.:
, 1 S-i
. II 01
. 2 OH
1)1 led Apples
Shies and Hhouhlois
Inrd pi-r pound
liny per Ion
.... 10 U0
.. 810 m
.... IV no
.... K 00
... 7 0"
... IS W
Hemlock llonrds per thousand feet
I'lno " " " (ono Inch)..
Joist, ScniillliiK, Flank, (Hemlock)
Hhlnujles, Nil. i per Ihousand
Hiding " " " II. r.V.V".V.'.','.'.'.'.'.!'.
No. 1 Hootch pi
No. i! ' "
I'bllndi Ipliln illurketa.
TllUllSPAV, Aug. SK 181)8.
NorlhweMerti Miperllno at
, H.IIO(0 s.
Northwestern f.unlly iy"''-"'
I'eniisvlvanlanud VVestem stnierllno .siin.ii
ti-H S5i S (1.-.
lViinsylvalila and Western Inmlly.....
Fennsylvunlaiiud Western fancy
V iii:at lvunsyivaliliireil.tl bus. ....
California " "
. ? ursas.i.
Kyk Feniisylvanla rye, bus
Cohn V ellow,
l'ltovimo.NS aicss i-orK, pi UUl
Dressed JIors, H 1"
Hmokcd Hams "
Hlioulders p lb
Mkkiis I'lovclset'U !Ubus
Tiinouiyseeu v ,J"s
CATTI.K Ilcef Cattlo lb
Cows, & head
HIIKKl' "P lb
II 00s tUW Bs
Timuvrnv DAVllNlMHtT. In llerwiek
'1'niik.dfiv nflr-rniinii Inst, bv Itt'V. John A. iivto,
Mr. Imvld II. Tlmmton nnd MIsh Wlllielinlim
P.iveiipitn, uu in iicvwkk, i n.
I.AIT11AI11I 111 llelltlill. nil .lull' Till. Mrs.
Enubach; aged 72 j eals s nioiilhs and l-iyeais.
ll.VUTOX III llenlon Aug. Mb, JIns, Mnlinda
Itallim aged 51 ears, 7 lnmilhs and 22 days.
(Prom tho Clovelund Leader Juno 1M.)
JL Lively Scene-" AU Right" on the
All 1 lay ycsU'rduy lliciu amis u m-i-iio In fiont
ot WiulliliiKton'H 1 Hock, on uaU-r Sluct, that
vould liao dono honor to New Voile or L'hloaK'
at llu'lr bublesl season. Iminc-nsu tiers nf box
wero mngf-J nloiiB the sidewalk, on cither Mdi
nnd nn nrmy of ilorks and l.umiirs wi-io lorn
Ing nml hfiullnllii'm away on isevcmltwo-liorho
ilrnyn, whllo from the cbllaib beneath tho build
UlS tho boxes camo tumbling tip m fast that the
piles leinalned umllmlnlMicd, A llttlo closer i-
qulry v culcd our cut crprlslng fellow clllen.K,
O. l ansler, In coniinnnd of tho gang aud
glanconltho labels ou tho box en showed that
cadi contained six dozen of tho AU lUght Km It
Jar,' which lendsus buck ullttle.
About two yenis ngo, bonio genius lun liajniy
moment, ult upon tho most nlkitous plan y
do iM'd for a perfect Fruit Jar. Not less apt nnd
fitting wan tho name Hh which ho chrUtcned
it, tho "AU Illgut." Tllnl proved It moio petfe
e en than tho Inventor had thought, hlmpl
nnd cheaper by 53 per gross than any other tlrst-
class Jar of Its species, It can bo used with petfe
certainty by any house-Ik eperor setvantol eve
tho moht ordinary Intelligence,
I With such an Invention ns this at command, It
ts not surpiUing that nit Immense establlsli
mcnt was reared for Its manufacture nor that
Mr. Tanslc-r should have detected Its merits and
Inteiestcd himself lu tho Company, During last
fall and winter tho work wcro kept In comtnut
operation and tho stock accumulated is lm
mense, Tho null of yesterday announces tho
opining of tho shipping hcnson.und f.ir exceeds
anything ot ft similar nalutowlilch wo havocv
notlced lit Cleveland, Noless thanoioccH fmn
(mMargo cases mcio shipped yesterday, somo
Ity rail, others by boat, aud destined vailously
to nearly overy part of Ohio, Michigan, W'lscoti.
sin, Minnesota, Illinois, Indiana nnd lMmn.
Mr, Fnnslcr Uccrs constantly lit sloio I
gross of theso unrl ailed fruit jars, and gives his
petsonal attention tonll ordeis leeched by mall
express or teltgiaph. llebldestlic All Itlglit.hls
stock of sonllng wax, Jelly tumblers nnd onus.
ccinoiit, and every nrtlclo pertaining to the irult
prcseiving Idea, Is Immense, Tho tiupaialled
success of Iho All ltlght Is duo to tlneo causes,
It Is a perfect nrtlclo lu Itself: It Is tluaiur than
any other ready Urst-cla.ss Jar ; nnd lastly, Ithas
lu Mr. l ansier a IIomau for a general, Time
inusfs Mhlth, sliullaily comhlmil, havo uoikeil
wonders lu tuulo timeout of mind,
Notwithstanding Mr, rauslet'N luitiunsu sin
ply, It looks now as though Iho tapacltles of the
AlllMghr manufactory Moutd bo taxed to tho
utmost, Immense orders mo jet tn bo illkd,
and ns tho la ult tices nro steadily emerging from
tho danger of frost, nnd our pcadies.pluuiM, pears
ami nerriis necomonsurocrop, thojur tradu ie.
eelves an ndtlltlonnl Impetus,
Canning Is tho great modern linpuAeiiKut ov
er picstrvJng In sugflv, nnd Iho wonlu mil v unit
lollnd out tho host fiult Juis to buy tin m by tho
cariomi, v congratumio mv, iniislfr on his
snccesslul eulurp, nnd housekceneis uvcrv.
whero ou Inelrnblllly to poscss so ndmliablo a
n nit jar ns lliu justly. naint d All ltlght."
op VAiiUAiir.i: m:.i, ):stati:.
Ilvlrtuoof aiirltof rictl I'aclas Issued out
of tho Court of Common rieasort'oliimlilacoiiii.
ty nnd In mo directed, will ho exposed to puhlle
sale or out cry at thot'ourl House 111 lllooiusliu ru
nt onoii-clneUlnthonlternooii.on Monday Hepl.
Ill IsnS, Iho liillowlna real eslato to will
A eerlll 11 loLnfifriii.iiil sllnnti.,1 In l-,,t.,,uluu
township, Columbia County coulaluliiix seien
neris, moro or less, Iiouiided on tlie east hy laud
"I 'imiii I Ilium, mid lliosoulh nnd west by laud
ol John Klelh rand on Ilia North by publle load
Icadlhli Irnlil Catawlssu to MIlllluMlle, u till Iho
heltilaud laUiu Intnexeiullonnud to bo sold
lis Iho plopilty of Joseph It. Jiimls
liititwicK (uzt-ni! ropy,
KHTA1E OP ANPlir.WJItl.KK, lircKAHl.ll.
lAttersoIailiuliilsliiilloiioiiihu istato or An
druwllellck, into of jitt. l'ltasunt twp., Culuiii.
blu eii., ili((asid,haobtens:rontei bylboltiBls.
!.V.r.uf '".Wiounty lo Jacob iuillik of Ml. I'li"oi.
,,, !AI.'. lii havlnit ilalnis or deinonds
iik-auist llio eslato of tlioeiieedint aro rioiiesied
niakSpSylnc'nt. """ ludl'Uta "'
4 hit KINDS OF JOH I'lUNTINO
tiu tJmcofc" at T" 0o,-0"1un i"i
or-VAiiUAiiu: itHAfj iThtati:.
ly Irluonf nwrll nf Fieri FnrlrtH taunt nut
T (no Couit of Common l'lcfttt of Columbia tnun
Mill IO IllOUiimi'ii ""' ai'mii-ii i" iiuuiu-
lour out cry nttliu Court lloimo In IHnonn-
I mrn.nl oupocIock inllioniicriioonnn amminy.
hi tin. rritn it lot nraromiil Mtimlo In (.'nil
iiuimni township contninlntf ono ncro, tunro or
vJ. bounded ou tlio cnU by lot Into of Win Ash
inn, on tho notlli by publlu mail Ipiullng tit
lernmiitown nml on tfio south nnd cnit by
tntuli of tlio liOPURl Mountain Com t'ompany, mi
nhlrhlH erected ft Two HtoryHtono House wli
tlio borough of Ccntralln, Columbia county, bo
luiz two lots lllty feet front, nnd ono hundred mid
tiny led deep, bounded on thoenst by Catawtau
it.iiiov. itn iim north hv lot of immnd ntut
iladtmltlifihon witli tboi npiiurlcnnueci.
Heucd, initen I" l.xccuuuu mm m uu wmi lit
Aug. 21, (M. . ...,. ,.,. , '"
AGENTS WANTliU 1-UR. TIIK
BTANDAUD AND OFFICIAL I.I VIM OF
wi-mour urn! lllalr. A book fur every library
liWorlcul vnluc-i Nnl'uirlut r-nii iln without II
or liavenJiHtnnilcniUiiullngiif tlio lun bf-rnru
no coiiniry. wiiuuii. iiiiuiiin -j
ho knilliiii Democrats ami Ciiiucrvntlvra nt tin-
Union, lhoclaims ortuulimocrntlecain!MiiU-H
tn tho mill ronton nt llio people nro no forcibly imr-
trnycilnnd clearly Hiown In lull Volutin-, hut
nnirk-ua-inrcoinlitutlounl liberty should f.ul In
rendu. ngeiuH 111 u l'luii u. niy v;,iuiii.i hid
llndlnir thl-f Krcat standard work tho best oiiur
tnult y to lnalto money over ollered, ns Its luiuo
size, low pi lee, nud Brent popularity Imvo iii ub-
lipimiivu in-mum mihk ..., .....j
11 SUPPiy. M'Hd lOrCirCUlOlS, nml new mil nut'iiu
iniiHundiirultdesi-lll'tlonol tho greatest sob.
hi-ilpllim book ol tho times,
' I" N I Vl-' II HT AT E8 1'lMlt.lSlUNCl CO.,
K01HTKirS NOTIUIfi. NOTIW2 w
I Vheuby glvcntonll legatees, credllorfi nml
other pel sons interested in tho istntet of thote
Bhectlvo decedents nud minors, that t ho i following
nilmlnlstratlon nud Runrdlnn nccounts linvo been
llleil In tho olllco of tho ltedster of Columbia
countv.nml will lo presented for connrmntlon
i .. i ....niion In llm 1 Irt.liH i f Hurt, til till held
In llloomsburg, on Monday, tho seventh dny of
Kept, lO!", ut two o'clock In tho nrternoon ol
. Account ol Joim mauiionuuanunu 01 Aman
da K. UobblUM,
2. I'lrst and ilnalnccount of Anthony Menuex
administrator of AUrcd U Menuez, deceased,
;l. Aecouni oi l eier iiayiium wum-uij nuvjunn
adminlslralors of Jonas 1 layman, lato of Uicen-
wooit lownsuin, ueccaseu,
i l-irszt nn.l fltml nrci.iiiit nf Nlcbrtlas. Obndlnll
niul James J, Cnmpbell, executors of Obadlah
5. Flrstand llual nccount of Llwood Hughes,
executor or l'ho'bo 1'. Illrks, deceased.
ti. Account of Thomas Hutchison, administra
tor ot Aim Hutchison, lato of t'lslilugcreek twp.,
deceased. ... ,, , ,
7. Final account of Andrew t roll, executor of
Adam Croll lato of MUllln twp., deceased. t
3. lllirn aim iiiiiii aecuuiu ui juruu mm imc"
liiPton Venitcrndmlnlstralorsof John Yeager lato
oflicust twp., decenned.
V, I' llini llCLOimi oi lsaio iiiieiuan escrumi
Michael Hlleman latoof Madison twp., deed.
lt. Account of l'hlneas Cool, niHi;iIirnm 1 ikiI,
administrators" or Ph. lip Cool, lato of ltoarlng
crcclc twp., tlcr'd,
11. First and final account of Kllznbeth Itucka
lew and l'.C. Wndswotlh administrators of Wm.
llucknlcw decpascd. ..... ...
1'J. Account of C, ll.lkss, ndmtnlslrntor or K.
IL llrss as filed by Haniuel Cteasy ndmlulstralor
oft. H. Hess, licensed.
Ill, I'artiat account ouanics iti Ainrucy mw m
tlio executors or Ueorgoljougcnbcrgerdec'd.
it. Final nccount of John Michael administra
tor of Jacob Keller Into of Heaver twp., dee'd.
1, rirsl ncrouill ouomi it, una ihuihu jieiitr
irh niimlnlstrators of John Dlettcrlch. Into of
Montour tw p., deceased.
Hi. Account or John It. Moyer. ndmlulstralor
of George Cramer, lato of ltlonm tw p., decenswl.
17. Flisl account oijouu it, vauuersiiconunim
lslrator or Hebecea Ynudersllcc, Into or liloom
twp.. deceased. ,
u i.Mtini nrcnimtnr H. Ncvlmnl num nlstrntor
or Uussel White, lato of Centto twp. deceased.
iy. Account, oi isamuei lihtiiukiuu uuuiumu
ol Klmira Houch, into Klmira Yum.
JOHN O, FUEFZK, lteglslef.
Itloomsburg Aug. 7.
HUIIOOU ,.,,, , ,
Tho noxt session of this School v. 111 commence
Oil MONPAV AVOUNTiillll, 1WW.
Tor particulars address 1'rof. II, II. WALKI.lt,
rilncipal. Uraugovllle, Culumbla county, I'll.
or Hitters lias never failed lo euro llio worst
Kind ot nj spcjisia t is mo mosi succcssiui hu-h-iclno
yet illseo ereil for tho euro of Consumption
liyspcpsln, I.lvcr Complaint, llroncliltls, and all
tleasesot tho Throat, Chest and I,nngsj Is
mado entirely of roots and herbs, ono bottle
will convlncoany ouo who ulves It n fair trial.
No family should bo without It. Tut up In laruo
bottles, prepaied and sold hy Jonathan llelsler
,v Co. Hchuyiitui Haven, i'a, and hv ail linn;-
auK. 11,'lls-ly 'J
l-on Hi:i'i:Mnr.u ti:um. imw.
1. .lolm Hlinuk vs Jotin Cain.
a. John It, lllaeklslonctoltho Lehlgli .V
linii".' it. It. ili
3, l,clcrHchiiK"uso" vs Win, A. Case el at.
I. Kamuel Wateis vsdcnigo Wlllets.
.1. Samuel Waters s (Jeorno Willels,
(l, Haruh A, Htlno a Jacob htlno Jr.
7. Wm. l-'eason et at asslgiiess of tho Wosr
lit audi InsuiancoCo, vsHlmou CVMilve.
s. IMward &l'Callet al s Joim SMecney.
l, 1-'. II. l'elson s JohliCatll,
In. llideini Arndt s John IM.olhy.
II. Thomas J. Vaudersllee s Hubert IlowelL
1.. liavlna liavcnpors Win. ,M, Kllnelop.
I. 1. Joim 1!. Lelliy s (Jldeon Arudl.
II. John t'olcniau vs Mlehal Ciniuls,
II. J. 11. llailelou s II, c. Ilartmaii,
hi. John CiMiper s ll.iulel llovverclal,
17. Joint Ulltoy s Wm H. Hleruer.
H. Conynghaiu township vsretcrl.. Kim te
in. Win. Kcbuylcr vs :llsha T. Tlll'aiiy,
III. IMwalilhweit s Joim Anderson i Co.
I. -I, Isaoo 1 illy s Jnmes W. Hankey,
'!. llllbertl owlervsltiubin Miller.
I'l. John 1 .ivi iiis vs Margaret llieheuy et nl,
UI. siacy John vs Uen. Lonueiibcrger oih
-". Kilns tltoige vs Aaron ivrson.
nil. i:il CieelliiK Adni'r, vs .1.11. Case.
'.7, l.ucas N, Moyer vs lleo. W. I'ollaincr et al.
llh.oinshiiri; Aug, 7, Isotf.
S A Ii K .
V A Ii U A 11 I. II LOT.
Located In tho centre or tin.
town of llloomsburg on Main Street, near tin
Louit House, Iho Ho lels, nnd princlpalslores. II
liusnlroiuofiUM iicton ilalu Htreet, and lav.
irected upon It a riamoilwelllnghnusowllli lie.
cessary out-bulldlngs. The situation Is admira
bly adapted for n busiucss. bland, lururmallon
eonceruliiK terms Ac, ran bo obtained irom
lleinhald htohlur at Ills saloon on Main htleit.
liluomsblllg, Aug., Il.'OS-tf
Tlio following npprnlsemcnls of real nnd pi-i-sonal
property set apart to widows or decedents,
liavo been tiled lu tho olllco of Iho lleglstir ol Co'
lunihln county, under tho Rules of Com t. and
will ho presented lor nbsoluto confirmation, to
tho oriiliant' Court to ho held in llloomsburg, in
iindforsald county on Jlosn.vv, the Hkvl.ntii
1);vv.,u.1'' Hi-i.t, litus, nt two oilock i, i.,
of sold day, unless excepllons lo such confirma
tions nro iiievloiiBly Hied, or which nil net mini
InUresled In said islntes will tako nollc-oi
1. Widow or Jacob Merltcl or Flshingcreek.
J, WlduM-ol Samuel Klsiier old recti wood, de
3. Widow of John Doolt of Ilcrwlck, deceased.
1. W dowof JoliiiUlgerof Montour, ileccnsed.
a JJ. dow or l'tler Miller ol Centre, deceased.
- .ldoiv of Hnniuel llruglerof llcmlock, dee'd
i. Widow ul Peter H. Helivlg of CouynBha.ii,
. Widow or Charles H.lless or Miniln, dee'd.
a, w idow or Audiew l-'reos olCenlre, tiee'd.
lu. Widow ot Klijaii ii, Wilsou or l-'islilngcreek-,
, , JOHN (I. l-'WXZi:, Ileglster.
llloolusblllg, Aug-7, iMili,
JOT1CK TO STOCKIIOIiDKUS.
NlllleO iS liei-i hi' I'll'eil lllfll tl.n flru. I ., . I I ... .... .
of su bserlplloii lii tho .Vormnl Hclionl llulldlng
M-nsduooii tho first of Juno and Is reciulred to
bo promptly pnld lo llioTiensurer. AlMiuniinld
fl.'Ji?';"''!"1 "M10 I'looinsburg Literary Insil
line, whicii must be imldas iho old stoek must
bo siltled. K. JIKNllll.NllAI.Ii,
Aiig: 1 'I-reasui er.
'b TICK. "
"."'.; Is hereby given lo llio pliblle.lhal theio
tuo In Iho hands of Janus Mcllciiry at Cainbin,
two notes for SijO i ni li, kI en by llio undeislgiied
oil Iho IjII. day of July Tsss, to L. J. Hj ke.lur iho
light losell.usonnd liinko'llsborn's combined
J ngon lirako and Dumping lierlcei" lor wlilcli
I received no nlue, as tho patent iswoilhhss
ami wlilchsald notis I will not pny,
llenlon Twp,, Aug.l.'es-at I'LlKlt. CAHi:.
'Iho unitcislgutd auditor appointed by the
Court of Common runs of Columbia couuly to
lepoit mils illh Ids opinion us to tho propriety
ol KianllliK Iho Mile nl the rial istato of Mnrj
John, a lunatic, lor tho purpose of paying debts-,
and engnKiinuits.nnd iho suppoil aud main..
euiinco of said lliniitie, will 'n'uet tho isirllis,
or Iho purposes of Ids niipoliilininint his olllco,
Inlllopmsbuig on tho tlilnl day of Heptimbcp
Aa1,V',')?,;u .. v- W. MILLKll.
Allg.7.'IM.l. . Auditor.
A K Al K H Sii
AI.TA YKIjA I'lIOSl'IIATl-:.
larineis Who nte using 11 with highly satlsluclo.
""."" sureguaranicoor Its value. I'lho,
Mper loii of 10 hogs iMi lbs each, bend lor u
. , Alll AI.IA VJ.liA llUAfsOlO,,
Jllly3,'IW.ly 671lroadttoy,N. V.
LOUIS. JIIIOWN, 11IA8. 1, EWAI.P.
THIOWN ,t KWAIil),
N. K. Cor. TliliiKt YliioBlrc-cs,
May 'Ji, ISCs-Obi.,
V i; Jt ALU H K MINA It V
LAWItliNCKVH-I-K KfcW JEIUI.V,
Tlio licit session Ml II eommeneooiiRept, loo.
Hciidlori-lrcultr. V, . NAHtjAU, rrliicisil.
n.i,l.?"l?,"?i.",Cf0 I'" of Ammonia, an
an ploquanllly toijlio activity wlihout Injury
; Iho Mgaiatfon, and n laigo peicentniio of sn
ublo lloiie I'liosjihulo or IJnie, togelher Willi