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THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBUllG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
BLOOMS BUKQ. PA.
flUDAV MOUHIXU, .TAN, H, 1SOO.
tf THE COT.UM1IIAN Iiri 111 Lnrfenl
vlrriiUtlon of any Kier iiulill.heil In
X.rllic rn PenutylvA.tta, .ml Ij, alto n
MitcH larger thcct than any ofllacolc.it
p.rarle.i anil Is therefore the bent medium
far advertising In Oil. .eelltilt oftlte. Stale.
What A. Flty 1
llY n consolidation of tlio COi.umih
An and Democrat, wo kticw Hint wo
fchimld ' deal Ilailldlistn III tlio county
lii';ivy blow, became lis mn I n vclllincc
for fuluro success was uiion our own
liUcoitta htul divisions) but wu lnul no
idea our opponents would liutnty lliolr
vhni'lu by suoli howls of anguish lis
went out through tlio columns of the
Hepubtican last week. AHiumln Hint
Mr, Jncoby owned Ills Hubscrlbors. and
could transfer! hem with tlio riiiio fu
tility us thu former editor of tlio lie
publican did his, ho charges hltn with
corrupt motives In a regular ami oral
nary business transaction'.
What Is It that touches bur cotempo
rary to tlio quick ? Knowing tlio pnst
'divisions of tlio Democracy ho hopes to
Bain tlio support of tlio former sltbscrl
bcr.i of the Democrat, and tlni.' alienate
them from u". Ho docs not know
Wlmlovnr irmy bo our divlslotn on lo
cal questions) wo aro now nnd always
lmvo been united against Jtiidlcal'sm,
nnd tho effort to breed discontent will
provo 09 futllo as tlio motive Is mall
Nor- will hli frantic appeals to the
'BIHnieyord, JlcNIncln and the disci
pies of that tried and faithful Demo
crat, AndrowFrcas," avail hltn. Tliey
uro too shrewd polith tins lo bo caught
with such chaff, aud Jlie ufTiirt to coa
them Juto tho Republican fold will ro
-coll on tho head of tho author. Tho
rnoro radical a Democrat Is, the less in
cllned ho will bo to trust his politics to
tho new-fledscd editor over tho' way,
whose columns openly justify 'nlid ad
vocate Nesrro SuCTra'crc. In conclusion
wo would say, that up to this timo tho
old patrons of tho Democrat have ral
lied around u3 in tho most gratifying
manner, and pledge us their cordial
support. Xbt one of then has stopped
on account of the change. ,
Tho Stato Convention.
UN'fiKss postponed, our next State
Convention will meet March Fourth
next. Weithlnk the time is premature.
Wo deslr to elect our candidates for
Governor and Judge of tho Supreme
Court this year, and in order to attain
success, must bo prepared to meet our
onnonents at all points. Why name
our candidal os and proposo a platform
several months beforo tho election
Let us postpono the timo and see what
course Qrant Intend to pursue.
Tho questions of Reconstruction, of
Finance, of Currency, must bo met by
the new Congress, and wp should be
propared.to take the field after thoy
havo indicated their policy on theso
Unless this Leglslaturo'proves to be
more, economical and faithful than it
now promises to, bq, you may look for
reverse and defeat at .tho polls noxt full.
The abovo Is part of a dispatch to the
8c ran ton Republican from Harrisburg.
This Is .an.Inlimation of what wo may
eipecf ti!e,coining session. Even radi
cal papeis despair of economy in a Leg
islature ejected by themselves.
Law PAr.TifKBSiUP. ."Wounderstnnd
that A. P., Spinney and Jamt3 ISryson
Fsq'ra., hayo formed a law partneiship
and v!ll;iuye Iheir.QfOco Ui L. P. Gar
nei's building in Iluvroom icccully oc
cupied by, ,P -pplier, Moodio & Co,
Book NoticE3. Wo havo rocolvud
tho llrst number of Capt. May no lteld'i
Magazlno "Onward," published by
Cavlcton, 497 Broadway , Now York , at
$3 GO. It Is written, as tho title pagu
sets forth, for tho youih of Amorlcu
Tho reputation of Capt. Hold as ivwrl
tor of storied lu which tlio moit valua
bio information is skillfully Men
dcd. is maintained In tho book before
us. Tho contents are spicy and read.i
ble. The magazlno, o judgo from tho
present number, is the most sensible wo
havo yet seen for young people.
'Too Tkue.' A ch inning little stury
written in simple, natural style, yui
containing enough of exciting interest
to preserve it from tamcness. It is well
printed and bound by G. P. Putnam
Son, C01 Broadway, N. Y. Tho write
modestly conceals his or her namo, fo
we nro yet undecided as to which sex I
entitled to the credit of having pro
tlucedwhat is, to say tho least, a very
'Skaucii Aftjsii Tiiutii.' This work
written by Geo. W. JSgleston, is ml
dressed especially to young men, and
Is well worthy of their perusal. It sets
forth plainly, but with forco tho, ueces
slty of Christian faith and depicts tho
Towards of a Christian life. The book
has been written with evident euro aud
by one who U Impressed wl.h the truth
of tho principles he sets forth. Pub
Hslitd by G. P. Putnam & Son, CQ1
Broadway N. Y.
'No Love Lost.' A poem by W. D
Howell. It Is beautifully printed on
tinted paper, and bound lu exqulslto
style,wlth several duo steel engravings
It is Intended and fitted for a Christ'
mas or Now Year's present and would
grace tho tablo of any of our .fair lady
frloads. Published bv G. P. Putnam &
Son, CGI Broadway, N. Y., who deserve
great credit for tlio admirabio stylo In
which it is presented to the public.
Heaktii andIIome. The first nuui
i r i r I. .1 r r t..i i . .. ,i i...
vvt ui jcirtr unit jiuihg, jubl. iftauuu uy
Pettlngill, Bales &. Co., Is a largo, hand
somo paper.and lis literary contentfully
coino up to tho proinisoot tho.ndvortisc
men Is which heralded its appearance
Mr. Donald O. Mitchell (Ike Marvel)
and Mrs. Stowo furnish excellent aril
cles in their special veins j and thoro
aro good contributions from Bryant,
IIol mes, Trowbndgo.Graco Greenwood,
Madam Lo Vert, and others. Na.st sup.
plies a Jargo spirited picture of Siuta
Claus; and sovcial of tho articles aro
well Illustrated hy other designers.
Krniii the ltl(. iniMlil'K Pkiiu ft. it.
Ths week clo.soa uy editorial enrec, in
Columlj'n Comity, lor nt least a number or
year?. On tlio l!t;,li of December, 1808, T
nolj my emiio Interest in tlu lll.oo.Msiumil
DkmociUT to Capt. 0. II. IIhociovay, eili
tor of tlio f.WiMiWiH, of ill's town. Tlio
two papcn will bo consuliilatcil, lit iiio
iii)ca'ing under tlio now nriangcincnt on
l'Viday next', cilitoJ anil oonlroljcil by tlio
present iimliaf,or niaj proimcior of tlio Qui
milium. It will anpear under tlio t'nlo of
" The Colciiilitiin mitl I'loomshi'.i Dnvo
,' gieully liiiiinvcil In in tiicclinnSc.il
arraticuicnti nnd oilier respects. It it tlio
intention of the propitotor lo imro no pains,
Tit!i tlio facilities alieady in Ills po.voion,
and yet to bo aiipihcd, lo make till? paper
tio neatest, bo-t, and clioapest weekly in
tlio S.iuc. ,ln i-uo, it m decidedly tlio larg
CEt paper In tlio County, nal in tlio Stato
there aro few, if any, that surpass lis di
mensions. It is ably anil carefully edited,
nnd justly mciita a liberal and hearty EUp
port nt tlio bands of tlio Democracy. Mr.
llaocKWAT is jtt a yountf man, though a
gentleman of largo experience for one who
lias lived fo miali a number of years, and
with his le&al knowledge, coupled with his
pol't'cal apd ncwsp.ipcr cxpcilpnce, it ii to
bo hoped that lie will bo able lo publish .1
journal which will meet Iho expectations of
nil, and lako rank among tho highest papers
in tlio State.
pre-pi id Mibiori'ition will bo filled by
Mr. HuocKWAV; credit h.v.ug been car
ried from our books to his in all cases where
tlio timo has not expired for wl'.'cli tho pa
per was paid. Tf any mistake havo oc
curred, in making this transfer of cicdits,
they can bo easily rectified by 'calling nnd
examining our books.
By somo it may bo enqu'red why this
sale was made, and tlio consolidation of tlio
two papers effected ; to which qucsiioii there
aro several an-wers, many of which nro m
well understood iy the Democracy of tho
co.mty that a full explanation is unneces
sary: 111 ihn first place, there is no iiccck
sity for two Democratic journals in this
town ; in tlio fcccom! place, the Democracy
of the county do not furnish patronago suf
ficient to afford anj thing over and above a
decent Iivolihood for ihrco publishes; and,
in tho third plaro, I desiio"to disconnect
myself from tho newspaper business ut
present, that I might enjoy a littlo lest,
after eleven years of editorial life, and
settlo and isillnct my accounts. If these
rcaons nro not suflicicni. 1 will bo pleased
to explain more fully to all who may call
I bad cliarjo and control of tlio Star OY
TUB NollTH.iti 1857, prior lo the death of
It f.uben Weaver, Kst . , and in January,
1353, purchased the establishment at an
Administrator's sale. This was douo under
discouraging circumstances, tho bubserip
tion list being less than three hundred, tho
advertising nnd jobbing patronage smr.'l,
and'myself a comparative stranger to tho
people of tlio county. In less than a yoar,
with tho assistance of my nowly, acquired
friends, tho subscription more than doubled,
and tho ndvoitising patronago was' made
quito encouraging. Tlio' Staii was pub
lished by me for over four years without the
least interruption, etu:l October ICtli, 18C2,
when Abraham Lincoln "took us for a
soldier." Not having plenty of "stamps,"
and our friends mostly being in tho t.amo
fix, I concluded, as this was a bhort draft,
that I would closo tho office. I did to;
and hatieg no fucnds in Canada,, cntcied
tlio army served my timo, got an honoa
blo discharge, and wasn't Abolitionizcd in
In August, 1SC3, I returned from tho
army, revived tlio Star and continued its
publication until February, 18C0, when tho
p.. cliaso f (ho ( Aumbia Democri ' was
effected by B. It. Ikellr, Bsq., with whom
wo foimcd a co-partnership, and consolidat
ed tho two papers under tho titlo of Cor.
l'.muia Democrat and Star of the
Notvrir. This co-partnership lasted somo
foven mouths or more, when tlio interest of
Mi. Ii"?M:it was deposed of to Josiah P.
SnuM.s.N, whoso connection u'uh the papec
continued until Januaiy, 1SG7. After his
retirement tho entire coni.ol and cditoiial
hours of tlio paper fell upon myself. This
cuaugo in tlio establishment naturally dis
jointed U'nttcrs liioio or less; and at tho
.out-etart of thu second volume, after tho
consolidation, while 1 had oxclusivo control,
tho titlo was changed to that of Ulocms
liuiiu Star and Democrat. Under that
namo I have published tlio paper nearly
two years ; and during this timo I havo seen
bomo sunshino as well as cloudy weather.
Tho lifo of a newspaper editor is not Iho
uiost pleasant under tho best of circum
stances.. Witli subscription and advertis
ing bills scattered all "over creation," com
positors, from tlio "jour" down, crying for
copy, the Laudlord and Express Agent at
the door knocking for admission to collect
bills, ihcro is enough to distract and drivo
an editor to madness unless be possess an
impenetrable skull. Then, on the other,
hand, partially to mako up for alt these an
noyances and perplexities, tho editor's heart
is occasionally mado glad by tho presenta
tion of baskets of ttrawberrics, apples,
grapes, and at proper seasons a fat gobbler ;
besides, "freo tickets" of admission to all
tho puppet shows that travel tho country.
It will bo seen, however, that all these pos
sess very littlo of tho substantial? of life.
In parting witli tho Democrat I do not
proposo to Ifavo tho county. Too many, of
oiy best days havo becu spent hero among
tlio Democracy for me to start in search of
a now field of labor.
I shall over bold all those with whom I
havo acted di1' iug past political struggles in
high remembrance, and it will bo iny great
est pleasure to LoaUo, at tomb early day, to
rociproeato whatever, of copntcnanco and
favor I havo received.
W. II. JACOBV.
The Pennsylvania Central It. It.lmvo
lately purchusqd Iho North Branch Civ
nul. Wo did i)ot learn tho jteitus of
sale nor tho amount paid.
Sunday School Convention.
ton ti'K eoi.uMniAS a dkmocuAt.
lJiinirArs many of your readers aro
looking Tor tho proceedings of the Sun
day School Convention, which hai Just
clfised ItH sessions;. I herewith furnish
'you n synopsis. Toglvo thodclnlls in n
full report would bo qullo length nnd
would take tip morospneo In your vidua
bio papor Hint you would like to spare.
Tho convention organized by elecling
1). A. Beckloy President, Tims. Crovcl
Ing Vice President, and Dr. ,1. Schuyler
Secretary. An address of welcome was
then delivered yy ltev. I). J. Wallcr.lu
which lie adverted to tho oilgln null
piogressof tho institution of Sunday
On motion of Prof. Best, Bcv.Mr.Taylor
of Philadelphia, Secretary of tho Penn
sylvania Stale Sabbath School Associa
tion, was requested lo direct the man
ner nnd management of tho convention.
A eoinmUIco on llnanco was appoint
ed, and tho remainder of tho llr&l ses
sion was taken up In nn oddro.ss by Hov.
Mr. Taylor, which was a rich heal and
elicited great Interest from all who were L
present, which worocomparalivclylow;
but as it was (ulked about town tho
church building was well filled dtitiii'
tho remainder of tiio sessions. After
reces) Bov. N. Sjicaraddrcy-cdtho con
vention on tho difficulties of pioctning
good roliablo tcat'liers.
Itcv. Mr. Taylor then gave us soma
uofiil tiifbrumllon in regard to black
board e.wcises, and whilst ho gavo a
lesson on it, Iho whole convention In
cluding Ihu lltllo children, mai,!fi!.sted
tho most Intense interest. Ills subject
was tho call andcouvovsion of Teaches.
He directed his remarks lo tho children,
having tliom all answer In concert. Ho
told nbout Zaccheus being a sli't'er, and
how kindly our Saviour called him
dowu from the, tree, that his great busi
ness wus to keep and save such men,
and then of the resu't In h's confession
and willingness to restore what ho bad
fraudulently taken from any one. As
ho would repeat Hie prominent fealu-es
in Iho lesson, lo get the children to
conipiehend it, wl'ich aM seemed to
understand by the man tier in which
the'y answered the questions, ho would
put most important words on Iho
blaeVboa'd, such ns Zacchcus, tree, sal
vation, guest, abide, seek, save, tout ond
others. Those word-j wcroso placed in
dilfeieiit Hues, that a littlo filling up
mado thorn almost instantly, and lo the
suipriso of most of llioso present, into
verso as follows:
As to Zaccheus in the tree,
So my Saviour speak lo mo;
In my home aud heart abide,
Bo my constant guest and guide.
Thy salvation 'el mo boost
Thou dld'st seek nnd save tho lost :
Jemis c'uanso and liuntu my soul.
Tho sauio was then sung by Mr. Tay
lor, who, by tho way, is a mo3t capful
singer. Tho wholo corivcrtlon Joined
In with a fervo not often witnessed.
Prof. II. S. Osburnof Lafayetto Col
lege occupied tho remainder of the af
ternoon' session on tho use of black-
boardsand maps In .studying and in
teaching biblo truths. Having travel
ed through tho "Holy Land," ho could
make Ms subject very interesting.
ltev. D. J. Waller'madon, fo.v port,-
neut remarks on thoi appliances for
Sabbath Schools, cbntrastlng them with
what wero in uso when ho was a Sunday
School Scholar. He said Prof. Osburn's,
magnificent map which iho conveniiou
hadtln use.woul havo been considered
a great novelty thirty years ago.
The convention adjourned for tho
evening session, which' met at 7 o'clock
with a full hoti.so. The devotional ex
ercises wero conducted by r.ev. Mr.
Dickinson. Kev. D. J. Walleraddress
ed Iho convention on iho relations of
pareuts to tho Sabbath School, which
was followed byafew very appropriate
remarks by ltev. Mr. Dickinson to tti o
offset that tho relations wero closo, ten
der and permanent. ltev. Mr. Taylor
assigned some, causes of parents' indlf
fereuco, such as tho manner of conduct
ing (he Schools,. tho ill-ventilated up
jiait men! sand unsightly places in wh'cli
they wee mostly held. P'-of. O.sbum
then gave somo account of his travels
turough Syria and Palestine, of too
manners and customs of the pcople,t hero
being very littlo diifereuco between
them nt present and when tho Biblo
was writlon, and the necessity of a
kuowled&o of them in order to under
dcrslnnd tho illustrations, so frequent
throughout thp . bib'e, diawn fiom
After a singing oscrci$e, the question
bo;: was opened, and the following
questions propounded, viz :
1st. What Is tho bent method lo get
pnrsuls to attend Sabbath school '.'
Sad. What is tho best method to se
cure order in the Sabbath school, es
pecially to put a stop to whispering ?
Urd. How can' Sunday school teach
ers bo Induced to attend regularly tho
teachers' weekly meeting ?
.These wero answered very Satisfac
torily by Mr. Taylor at somo length.
Tho most essential thing to accomplish
thc.-o ends is to mako the school and
teachers' meeting interesting.
Tho convention then adjourned to
meet next day at 9 o'clock.
When tho hour arrived, llov.Mr.ltlco
conducted thu opening devotional ox'
orciscs. Tho conductors not being pres
cut tho Chairman suggested a discus
sion on the tardiness of teachers and
irregularities, following It up with borne
very npproprlato remarks. Prof. Best
then pressed tho duty of punctuality on
teachers as a duty they could not shrink
without great and culpablo neglect.
ltev. 1), C. John said ho endorsed tho
remarks of tho last spoaker, and then
drew a striking contrast bctwoen regu
larlty of teachers in common nnd high
cr schools with teachers in Sabbatli
schools. All admitted punctuality in
tho former, which was Just ns essential,
if not moroso, In tho Sabbatli school.
Bov.-Mr. Dickinson gave somo point
cd robukes to lazy, punctually-tardy
nlways-bchlnd teachers, by citing the
oxumplo of his wlfo, who had the cat
of sovon children, without help In her
domestic duties, yet always punctual
with her class at 0 o'clock in tho morn
ing, with scarcely nn exception. Hov.
Mr. BIco addressed the convention on
tho samo subject.
Bov. Jin Taylor was called to givo
his views on tho common librory books
found In schools, which he did nt somo
length, condemning many of them as
worthless trash, whilst mony wero very
A lesson was then given ou tho wa
ters of Pttlostlno by, Prof. Osburn, elicit
ing great Interest, which was followed
by n black-board oxurciso by Hov. Mr.
Taylor; first In preparing tho Jetson J
lilt i'l"J t'H - w y liU I7'VJ RVilV
Into Canaan, which was put Into vciso
Tho morning scission was closed by
singing tho long metro doxology nnd
benediction by Bov. Mr. Mcllclc.
Afternoon session opened by Bov.Mr.
Spear, which was followed by a sing
ing exercise, conducted by Row Mr.
Taylor. Bov. Mr. Thomas nddresicd
tho children, ns this session was more
particularly for them, on tho natural
stato of the' heart nnd redemption by
faith in it lledeemer, ond nn exhorta
tion to live for him. 'Singing oxcrclSo
ngaln by Pjv. Mr. Taylor.
Prof. Wnlker then addressed tho con
vention, directing his dlscourpo to tho
children, on thercat end of llfo, sim
plifying it by tho familiar lllustiation
of a watch.
After somo tnoro exorcise? Jn singing,
Prof. Osbtirn nddrossc.l tho children,
which was well calculated to inspire
holy nmbilion In their lives. Bov. Mr.
BIco followed, nnd urged tho great Im
portance of giving our hea' ls lo Jesus.
ltev. Mr. Taylor next gave a black
board excrciso on tho Saviour's birth,
mission, death and resurrection, pultlng
It Into verso, nnd singing thosnnic,nnd
then prayed for theso blessings which
ho hnd Just been teaching.
Bov. IX J. Waller urged the people lo
contrlbuto in order lo defrny tho ex
penses of tho convention, nfler which a
collection was taken up. Benediction
by Bov. J. P. Tustlu.
Dovolionul exorcises of Iho evening
session woro conducted by Bov. J. P.
Tustln. Bov. D. J. Waller gave n Bi
ble-class lc-son. Subject "Melchlso
dek."' 'log again conducted by Mr.
Taylor, aft' which ilio utiws.ioii box
was opened and several questions pro
pounded, olio of which was in relation
lo the Bible-class lesson Just closrd, to
wit: "Why was Melchiscdek uppotiit
ted n priest if ho knew not his parents,
ns was necessary?" Bev, D. J. Waller
answered that us Melchiscdek lived
prior to tho Levi t leal priesthood, ho
was not subject to the rites of thnt
economy. Several otlicr questions
wero piked, and answered by Bov. Mr.
Taylo. , ono of which wo shall only
note "Should a school havo a uniform
lesson V" With tho exception of the
infant class, hu said thoy should by nil
means, just as necessary c lo have a
uniform dinner for a family.
Prof Osburu gavo u short accountof the
habils of Iho people of Palestine. As
Bethlehem meant "housoof bread," It
seemed very appropriate at the prc.'ont
dny.for thoy had plenty of very excellent
bread. When ho described tlio manner
of kneading it, lu lurgo troughs by
tramping it. with their feet, holding to
a rope overhead, it ittiscd somo merri
ment. In answer lo somo queries, ho
said tho girls of Eelhlehom wero very
Singing was then conducted by Mr.
Taylor, which wrs followed by an ad
dress by Prof. Boat on the powers of
tho mind boing improved by exercising
them. A blackboard lessou and excr
ciso was then conducted by Mr. Taylor
on the atouemept, commeuciiig with
God's covenant promises in tho Old
Testame t, aud ending with "tho con
summation in tho death and resurrec
tion of Jcsu3 in tho Now Testament.
Tho important -words wero placed on
tho black-board ono after another,
as they occurred in tho lessou, and
when ho concluded, n littlo filling up
brought it out in verse, thus:
Faithful covenant-kooplng God,
Sprinklo mo with Jesus' blood,
Better than tho law on stone,
Jesus doth for sin atone.
Happier than thy saints of old,
Mako mo in my Jesus bold ;
By the new nnd living way,
Draw mo near to thee, I pray.
After singing this aud tho long metro
doxology, tho benediction1 was pro
nounced by ltov. N. Spoar, thus closing
the labors of two days.
There was a session held on Thursday
morning, thubusincss being principally
an organization of a County Associa
tion. Wo shall reserve it for another
week's issue, as wo havo already, wo
fear, extended these notes too fur In
trcpfHsing beyoi d tin space allotted
us In oi aper. Be nrctfuliy,
Iilst of Xiotters Remaining in tho
Post Officcc, Jan. lpt, 1069.
Bono F Miller W B
Childs Bov Thos Moyer Ellen J
EugloMraBaelia'.'l Boach Mrs Annie
1V: Sado P.imynu D
Hauler J V Sholihammer Mis C
Ilovaul Jlrs Delia Sfroius D
Heir lor David
Sterling Thomas L
Ho ee J M
Howell Bov JM
Johnson Levi 11
Miller D J
Miller Mrs Julia
J. B. Pur-scl, P. M.
PKNN. LlIUlSLATUItK. .Tho IIouso
met on Tuesday Jan., 0, ut noon, all
tho members present except three. Juo.
Clarke, Bepublican, was nominated for
speaker, Samuel Josephs.Denioerat.was
aUo nominated. Tho former was elect
ed by a vole of CO to 37.
The Senalo met nt 3 o'clock of tho
samo day. Tho Bepubllcans nominat
ed Dr. Win. Wortliiugton for speaker,
nnd tho Democrats, Cha'rleton Bur
nett tho former, was elected by a voto
of 18 to 10. ' Ho mado n long speech on
taking the chair.
1011 TUG COLUMBIAN.
Cakd op Thankh. I hereby grate
fully acknowledge tho rccoipt ofa num
ber of valuables, during the winter and
especially during Iho Holidays, from
tlio kind people of Catawissa and vi
cinity, with whom my lot has been
cast consisting of groceries, coal,
glassware, dresses for Mrs. B,, muslin,
n handsomo pair of boots, till elegant
silver cako basket 1 j Mrs. B by her
Sunday School class, greenbacks olc.
Also a valuable present from '.'Com
mltteo." Knd friends please accept our slneero
thanks. May tho Lord roward you.
Pastor of Luth. Church, Catawissa,
Hkntknck op tub BnoAiniEAu
MuitiiKituits .SntouDsiiuita, Jauuitry
L'. The prisoners, Brooko and Ormo,
wero brought Into court this morning
to receive their sentence. Each made a
speech, confessing tho kllllus, but en
denvoring to Justify theniSelvos by
ploadlug self defense. 'I'hey also tried
to hldo behind drunkcnucw, although
they professed lo remember every point
In tho affair. The day of execution
w III bo f xctl by 1iq Govcuior.
Bflccls of Reconstruction.
(ItoitaiA and Arkansas nro "recon
structed, and on n, loyal basis. In or
der to show how thoroughly tho work
has been dono, and how beautifully Iho
system works wo clip tho following dis
patches fiom tho Xcw York Times, a
Savannah, Dec. 20.
The Slierlff of the county and two as
sistants) on Tiies'lnyt went to Hay ward's
plantation, oij tho Ogcchco Blver, 11
iullcs front,. this city, to arrest bovouteen
negroes charged with shooting watch
men on tho plantations, nud cnrrylng
off tho crops of planters. Thoy mndo
five nrrusls. At Station Jsol, ou tho
Atlantic and Gulf Ballroad, they wero
surrounded by nbout ono hundred arm
ed negroes, who rescued tho prisoners
and disarmed nnd robbed tho Sheriff
nnd destroyed tho warrants, and (hrcat
encd lo kill him If hoover served a leg
al process again in that vicinity. Tho
icgrocs then separated into squads nnd
marched back to tho plantations,-avowing
that thoy would havo tho heart's
blood of every whlto man on tho Ogc
chco Blvcr, saying (ho war has com
menced. Ono negro watchman is sup
posed to bo murdered. Two whlto men
wero badly hurt, and all tho whlto men
wero obliged to ilco to Iho city to save
their lives. Tho women and children
aro in the hands of tho mob, nnd have
been carried off into tho woods. Great
excitement exists lu this community,
and n Sheriff's posso ofhotween SOO nnd
400 citizens wlllleavont daybreak to
morrow lo rescue tho women and chil
dren. Tho military ducltno to interfere
until the power of tho civil nit' horities
for preserving order nro exhausted.
Mi:mpjus, Twin., Dec. SO.
Beports from Marlon, Ark,, this af
ternoon, reprr "tit that tho mlllthi at
Augusta, fearing they may bo attacked,
arc building stockades and throwing up
works around tlio jail, where tho prom
inent citizens who have been arrested
are confined. No causo has yet been
given for their arrest. Tho privates
wear no uniform, and it is Impossible
to distinguish (hem from other negroes,
excent bv their arms.
Passengers from tho Arkansas Blver
country report that tho fluids nro whlto
jitli tho cottoi. which tho planters tro
ttnablo to pick, tlio hands having gone
off to join thu militia.
Tho Chicago Platform declared that
"reconstruction Wii3 an assured sue
cess." Who can deny it in tho face of
the nbovo statements?
Who dresses well, dresses cheaply
Clothes of inferior quality, mado in an
unworkmanlike manner will always
prove the most expensive in tlio long
run although n trillo may bo saved at
tho first purchase. If you wisli well
tilling, durable, comfortable and hand
tome suits, call on CiiEMunitr.iN. He
keopsjust that k'nd and his prices nro
as comfortable as his suits are.
5 ItOSI'ECTlTS. "Tltr. AfJIV for
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1 1 and 10 South Seventh etrcot,
lllii iniilnifg Mnrltet llt)iort,
Wheat icr Imshel ?3 00
Itye " - - 1 8t
Cum " ...- 1 00
Oats. .' . '
Flour per nnrroi iz '
rinxftocu . z
Dried Apples -.. 2
hum nml Hhoiililcm
l Jim per round
Hay per ton 10
Hemlock Hoards per thousand fect 10 I")
lMno ' (ono Inch!- Isa it
Joist, Kcantllns, rianlt.dlcmloclt) 15 ifl
(Shingles, No. 1 per thousand H .'I
" 2 " " 7 1
RldlllK " " ft IS i)
No. 1 ficolcli pis. I I
iu, i i
Hloom n f
I.lRlit Street Mnrktts.
f'nrrorlnil wooklr 1t Peter Ent. wholesale a1' I
roMIl ue-lor in araln, flour & feed nnd conei'i '
Wheat per bUKhck 8- '
Ityo " ' .. 1
Co.ii " ' 1 1
Hue W'hut 1 '
Wiicnl t'lotir ter 100 to. - t
Illicit WliPitriour J. '
Corn Cho.i, - '
Ilitller per il
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lined A'nilcs " ...
Kli'x Kccd " ...
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L.ird " ui
Northwestern sti pertinent
Northwestern extra ..
l'enntiylvitula ami ventcrn BiiiierMnp.
Pennsylvania nml Western extra
Pennsylvania anU Western family
Pennsylvania nnd Western fancy
, .-.!1 0
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. ll..'itKr 1 1
Ityo Hour '
W llKAT Pennsylvania ml, bus Jl.SIXtf (a J
Houtfiel-ii " " rioJV 6
California " f
white " ' l.lVffifl.10
ItVK-Pennsylvanla ryu, It lu tl.iWiSIu
CoilN Yellow, "
While. " .
I'tloviHioN.s .Mess rorit, v ooi
Diesn'il Hons, Till)
Smoktsl Hams '
" Hhoulders V i'J
l,anl. 11 lb
HEEDS Cloverseetl V bus
8" no, 1 s 1 -,
Timoihystoti niii -
Flaxseed " . .
CATTI.h-lli ef Cnltlo C
Cows, & lieml -
rsiiKKr r 19
nous -ft iikj ms
HOWrif.I.-l.OllACH-On tlioS'st ull. I y H-v.
.1, M, ltlee, Mr. Will. 1. Howell lo J i-s llmmn
C. Lob.ie'i bu.n of Jit. I'lej tilt.
P.r.AVKIt-nilAM-Oii Cm 8'ilnll. by ilio ltev.
Wli'iam J. K.wer, V.. Heu.y lleRVe.- lo M 1
Matinuallramtboth oi'ltoaiiBcieolc township.
IlUOMN'rKTLKH-lXMOV- 111 StstDf, b-iho
Kev N. Hnear.Jcs'o Pro niot'erof (liaisiiwood
lo Miss Sia.y Lemon of M.. Pleasant.
WH'GHr T'ETr WDRTJI OaJan. 1 st Iailh r
nn l'aisont-oCainw-ssn. by Uev. D. Jieeltiiei,
Mr. Jn.nci ,Vrlgiit of MonMnr Co., to Ml s
Jauo Tctswoith o; Newc l OU-o
IIF.WITJ'-STOKEP -On 17th Dec livilnllev.
J.J. llnivey, jniius M, De .tt to -.. V. Ktolier.
lesideio or Willam II. lisll-er.rv Kev. Mr.
Mnso., Mr, K'etti Ilciidcrslnu of f. ma, lad, to
i Miliary 1, inioiue ei n.iiMr.iu.ou.-g La:s
co. Mice, to.'.i Toilnf rly of Col. to. Pa.
PIFEIt-lJOHnp.D-On Dec. Kin OntioTwn. by
Sainilci Uleueilili, K n.. Joliii l'lrcof Ml, m-
vllle ii'id Miss Alllco M. Hubert! ol W lilies'.
llltOOHEY JOllNHON-Ily the simoon Dcr
John llioc icy nml KJIatiaU A. Johrson. hi
v en b. u l 1.01. ( ?.
Jir.ANK MIVINK-On tlio 31st 11,1.. b" Re .
I'. Irvine, M,'. Jos nn IS.Iilauk, loMUs L '.lo
KESTr.lt HA UIITS On 1'iosnmo bvtho f no
Mr, Htiwn u Kesier, to Mi&Bmi&nn u. nan
UEECKH-SIIULTJ' -On tho same, by tho
Mr. Kbjah II. P.ccccr.lo MIksCjioIIoo 11.Mii
ENWOOD-HEUUINO-Om IhoZM nil., by j'v.
J. A. .Mclick,Mi. James Knwood, to Miss B. rah
Jicn.u?, uu 01 11100111.
VBlTEr.-CI'.OWN-On iho .".fllh nit., by 'he
samo Win, 1'. YiUcr, toJI'ssNoia A llroi
JAMISON-OLASSMOYEIt-ln Centlo tn,
H.mue' D etier;o'.i,E.q., Mt'.llenjiimin F..
lson anil Mary C, Olaibmoycr both of C
Lettcis tcstameuUt on the estnte of
Wa.dln, late of intrn townshlti. Co
bia county linvo been 1 rallied by Hie P-cglst, of
(.oiiiiiiun uounty to , sines wa-dtn of w Ii-
eriy ua uon oitti'.y fa. All pelsons lu lits
cl'iims a alnsltuecslnloare remtetetl to pr ill
11 em 10 -.uwaru in. wartiin, 01 liioom'.unif-, cl
uiubla coun'.y. Pa, Those Indebted to the e it.
either ou note, JtltUmeut, morlns-vo or bool ac
count will make paymtut.to the Executor v. Ui
Jnn. S:so. Executi -.
A SSIGNEE'S NOTICE IN BANK-
XX ItUl'7'CV-Ill I'loD's.lici.Coiirto; Iho I'll.1,
leu rjuu 1 "o.-1.10 Wrt o u D ii.-.'ctot l"cuavlvii.
ii-:i,jil';(3iiii.it).' 01 j-jtlK.lm K, lrovblJt.j,n
batiaic i. Tt to,.iUi.i:y coui-c-n: T.ioi v o-.
8'iiied ..e.obr t. n noco of his nnpo'ii,. nt
minsiaiicoti j-.nreim -j iowuntl'io. or L
creek twp., J 1 jo cotimy of Colu..i'j'i, pail
of Peu.isy .v tnia, 1I10 biu. ijieu pa hulked a L
nipt llpo.i ii , own ,H-liliou,liy thti IPs ..tl t
of sai.1 1 Ibli-it-t. Dated at. Jl'oui.islj.' .". Ill
duVfjf J.T11.. lij.
c. a. 1IAUKLU
'tho collectors of Columbia County holdlr j of
ten! d du.ilu Uc3 lor lwj7 aud prev.om . .r;
ii'o rcoulrcd to nay tho balniuu of their tmnil-
calcs 011 tho Hist wtek 01 1-Vli. Term of c.urt,
jneuLed for the culleclion of the s ime.
Tlio collectors lor IMf. having uiihellleil duilll-
CAies,aieuu uqulrcl 10 settle their t'uplb tes
utuiiii; iio iwo MctiKsoi uouri. uy orueri.l
WM. (J. (iUICIC,
Jan. s,'S-lt. Coumlsioiiers orcjl.,C,
IjSS'IJIST NATIONAL HANK, llLOOiMIH'IKI,
JANU.MIY i, iscy.
Inins tic UNcouuts
(J, H. llpnds tr htt,-.iro cl.culatiou
" " on Paiitl
Duo -0111 Hanks
( .sli He.iis
DibLOUllt ErcliRtio it Iul l.ttt
Due liual.s A Ilaat.erd
Tho ubuvols ooircct,
Jitn.e,'0'l J, 1".
ily virtue of a writ ofYend. Exooniui.i
out of tiio Court of C'limnoii Picas'of Col
county, nud to 1110 directed will bo expo
public, bale or out-cry, nt tho Couit Hoi
itloomsburs, ou Monday, February 1st 1st
following 1 oal estato to wit 1 a lot of grouu,
I 1. It. .1... l,..m,.nl r.t rnlMll. .I.....I.I..
ty, being one lot twenty-tlvo feet fron. nud
ouo hundred uud forty feet deep, bounded t 1 tho
east by laud of AntUouy Durkui, on the julh
by ltnllioad strott, ou tlio west by lot of Pi lck
Fogarty, on tlio north bynnulley, on wU 1 Is
erected a two story frame dwelllBtc house .vlth
tho appurteuaucex. Helzed, taken In exeo Ion,
nud lo bo sold as the property of Auu Casey Don
nelly audl iurick Donnelly,
At tho same time and placo n lot of grout, I Bll
UAte lu the llorougii of Ceutralla, bounded apd
deserlbod us tollowstou tlio east by IV xtou
tstrcct.ou the south by lot of Daniel lk-aver,, 11 the
west by an alley, on the north by Jamc len
nlngs, on which Is erected u frumo dw 11111
house with the anpurlenanccs. Helzed, tak u lu
execution and lo behold as tho proierty or J.itncs
M'AullfT. MOltDEOAI MILIUM, D
Juu. S.'ol bhuifr.
YALUABLE DROl'EHTY J'OU
The undersigned will offer nt private s Ids
House. Cabinet bho'iuud Lot, bltimted li dab
town, Locust Towuidlp, Columbia County, onz
IhoHlatu lload lcad.ug from Caiuwlssa U ish
land, 011 which la eivrted a wood sized two -ory
f ruiiio ilHclllU'i houso wilh auou.noukea oln
liilf.svllhuwclt of never railing wnler c iho
'luicliju laigo two story frame cabinet nop,
.umber housuand stable, with nil iheneci ,.i.y
oulbulldliiiis. Tlepioierly Is a valuable one,
tiuus will bo unnlot iuy uud notsissiouglv 11 011
Jan. 7,'Wl-3m. W. It. 1IEI.WH.
"V7"A.LUADLE STAND l'OH LEASE.
The HI re Hoom of Ilio l'-cbnnge Hotel M 111 bo
rented at a lensounbte late. P.opoi.il8 will bo
' eccived uu'.U Iho :;nd of January, Tiio Cue
STOCK OF O O O D S
now on baud, will be told. Theso goods nro 11.
Iho very be it quality and of the latest atylt,. Jso
tlinieully will bo esperteuced by tho purchaser lu
dlsu.liig of llieiu They nre valued at idiiiH
tliuo. Tho Kloie ltoom is 111 tlio eial.o i,f tho
busiuets part of the town und ' aduiii di -i
ndepledfur el.htru Dry Uooda or (ieiitliinou's
li'or mil pmt'ru'urs regardlmt nrtco Ac. call on
tl'o iiudcrsl'tiifd. KO.il.H ttCLAIlK
Jr'1,8, 'li'J.St Excliuugo li ilel.
QOUKT 1 MIOCLA MA T ION.
Wlir.nKts, Uiellon, WIIMitm P.lwoll, President
Judge of ilr- Court of Oyer nml Terminer anil
General Jail liclUery, Court of ijuttrtcr Sessions
of tho Pear" nml Colin ol Com'ii n I'leni and or
rh ill's Court In tho Anil Ju,!M Dlsttiet, com
i)..cdof Ihiieontillesoftii tm u, bullUnn nnd
Wyoming, Hint Iho Hon. Uj n Derrand Pctor K.
llt'rbeln, Ashoemto Judues of Columbia county
have Issued their piceept, IjeaTlnu ilute tho 12tli
tt.iy of IJic. In Ihu jear of our lord, ono
thoiisnnd.el'thtliiinilrcdnndslxty-clglit, nnd to
medlrcftetl lorliolilliitftiConrtof Ojir aud 'ler
nilner nnd (Jeiiernl Qu irter Hessiiins or tho Poaeo,
niidOrnhairs Court, lu lllouinsliuik. lulhoeouii-tj-
of ('olumljla, on tho llrst Monday, beltus tho
1st tlnv ol Kebritnrj' next to eotiilimo ono i.eek.
AN1) WnUBKAH AliMO tlio same Juditet havo
l-sueil their pr iia Kiu ln.' Inl 'lho twelfth tiny
of Mcccin.ier 1). on.- I n umiiid cmlit hundred
nudsl.tlv-rulilniiil toiiinilirLi'liid lur holillnx n
Court ot (ie sit'l I'enitliHr. Hoiu-ral (ptarler
bcsslouBOf flu. I'i .no, (Jiiih.iiis'Courtnnd ot Com
mon I'lcaa In 'iloomsbsijr In Oio rouiiiy of Col
umbia on thu Second Monday, bung Iho clshlh
iloy of l't binary ue.U. anil u uoutlnuc onoeelt.
NnttPA is iii'tebv ulvm. to the loroner. to iho
Jiisllcesofiiii' rime, nnd ihu LJU'lai.lis ol tho
s-ild count' c.rfohimWii, limt tlvy bo lliennnd
thoro In ihelr inoH'f p.irson nt lu i-'uocl: In tlio
f iicnoon if Mild Inst day r, 1 1 b. with tliotr rec
onls, In iiisu Mis'iiut oilier rcun iubrant.efl, lo
dotliose 'itii;s wluoli to llielr ollleea niipeitnln
to bo done. Ami those Hint nio bound by
lecoKiitzanro, Ut prosc'iite ntiiiiiiHt the pris
oners Hint alo or limy bi in tlio Jnllot tho
said county of Cohuuli i, to bo thcntmil
thero to pioseciito them ns Kltnll be Just, J u
loisaro rj(iiie.'ud In bo puiirliml in their ntteud
nnco.njiieeu'Jiy lotiielrnotices. lotted ntllloonis-.ji-T,
burj!, tho i:ui day of Hoc. lu tho yoar
t I.. H I of otir loril. ono thousand elnht huu
Iwy-i) dred end sixty-eight, and lu thu ninety
second j-car of Ilio independence or the Unllcd
Btates of America. MOitDUCAl MlLliAUU.
IHoonisbiiiB, Jnu. 1, lbi'1. ishcrltr.
T) ECUSTEH'S NOTICE. Notioh ia
XS) hereby given to nil legalees, credllors nnd
oilier persons iuteieslcd in tho estates of tho re
spective decedents nndmlnuis, thaltho lollowim;
admiiilstiatlon mid guardian accounts havo been
lllcd In tlio oilleo of tho 1 -ulster ol Columbia
county, nnd will boprcseu ed lor coutlrmnltoti
nud nilowanco In tlioOrpha is' Court, to bo held
lu llloonisbuM, on Monthly, (ho Hist day of
1-clj. IMj!', nt two o'clock; lu tlio ufleruoouof
""l. l'i?6fnid imtlalaecaunl orllotaudiis lll.mk
nnd Win. M. Klluelob ndim's. of Samuel llljnli
liitool Centre twp,, ilectl.
2. Klrsl and p.t'li.il atcoltllt of ill. A. ( use,
i:x'rof tho lato Mill of IKuor U.elt iaio of Hcoli
.1. Aeeomit of Mlcliaul 1'. IJvoily. ndin r. of
Ixrouard B. Hllliciuall lust of lllooiil twp., tlci'd.
I. Aceouni of luu lei ll.iyloi'.ndin'r. or l.ltabelh
lltvloi, lnloof Jlonloli !!., ileo'd.
o. Aaron lloinu' (luatdlaii of fstimuel W. Iloouo,
miuo, ehl d of ,May lloone !co'd.
0. Accountof is. H. Miltt 1 Ki.ardlrn of Klmira
Wab.eh luiuorc'.iildoi isaniuil Wnnieli dee'd.
7. Ateomitof M. H, Miller KiMrdlau of l.orotla
Hunzt 1 minor child or Jneou llurlztl Jr. tleo d.
S. At oitut of H. H. .MJitr Mnsnllitii of HUr-i-belli
tlro--s mlll'i rbiltlor Xelilllou UtosH.doo'd.
U. Khinf n-. iputor Mi mil liiobi.1, ei','., or the
tSt.OCl.1 ..UO' ' 11 lieUbuliel,Mloli(l.'lllUlllWl.
1 ". Aeeoent : Miiiharjatippndmr'x. ofQeorjo
ttailpp, tale 01 IjticusL lw.,tlea'd.
1 JOHM 11, inu:il',llcBlslcr.
inuomsourg jftu. i.ittt''.
TKIAEi l.i ST, Vint. W., 1S0!.
Pctor Schu ,' "uso" vs William O Caso etal
Tho AVcst liiancli Insuianco Co vs Simon
Edwaiu iMcCall ct nl vh John Sweeney.
F 11 Person vs Jolin (Jaiu.
Thomas ,1 VnndiMplico vs llobcrt IIoivcll.
Lavina Davenport vs Win M Klinotob.
.lohn Colo.iian vs Jlicliacl Oronan.
John Uooror vs Daniel Ilowcr and Zimmer
man. John (Jilrov vs William E Sterner.
Tho Town liip of Conyni'liaiii vs l'etcr L
ivl'ne ct 111.
Hcubcu II Header and wifo va Oas Thomas.
Isaao 1'cgclv v.s Jnmes W Sankey,
Abraham Voung v.s Ja ob Woolivcr.
Ch.11 le It (j recti vs l'i.er Schii.c;
Samuel ilcnncr vs John llinlev'eitcr.
Luc.i.t -S Moycr vsCIoorgo W Collimar.
David Lu.iis. guardian of tlio heirs of John
Hess deo'd vs Collins Sutlcff.
William Ikclcr vi John Savauo ct al.
A 15 Ennuis vs Jlatthf, Wynkoop, gar-
nifcliuo of llcmy (!(.
Joseph Thomas vs John Koiip.
I'clcr Apjileman vs Silas F Kartis.
Christiana Fox V3 John Jones.
Henry ! Yapla vs Ifaao Drum and tcrre
Samo vs Samo.
Itudulph Shumau vs (loorsn llrcis-h.
Elias Snyder vs Adam Schuyler ct r'.
Frederick Michael va Henry Fodder.
Chillies lCicihcr v Henry Knapp.
John Apt lojato vs Thomas l'olk.
Same v.s anno.
George Ktnly vs Ccorao Vati.-ickle.
Simon C Kluvo vs Ilaunr.h 11 A'mst
William Niucn vs Daniel F Set belt
Mannivt ltsandervs Itoterttlorrell.
Nathan JJ othevs vs llcnrv A Wcidunsaul.
Hen tlaU" vs l'etcr Ilowcr and teiro ten
Austin Clmich vs Anfrctv Chile.
Jcsso D llico vs Nathan Cromis.
lleuben II King vs Eli"lial) J'urscl.
Itobcit 0"rrel! vs Jtornard Jlellroarty.
Edward 1'urge-an v Columbia County.
Samuel Shael'or vs Same.
Gcoigo ltichaiJ3 vsSamc.
Henry James vs Samo.
George Nungo-s'cr vs Jacob Yoho jr. ,
Jnssc Coleua.v, I'rotli'y.
. . -,
G in nil Jurors, Feb. Term, ISO!).
llcnton diaries S. Dodson,
Uriarcrcck George l. Lcar.i,
Ijlooin C. F. Knap i, Jacob Dciffcnbacli,
Filiint;.:ieek Abraham KPne,
Franklin Washington I'arr,
Ilcinlock Hubert Uicbard.
Jacksot, - .1 a ckfcou Dorr.
Locust llolandus Ilcibcw,
.Maine Daniel Culp, Jacob Fcnttcriiiach
cr. iMitllin Thomas Aton,
Montour John G Quick. Ilenn' Ituss,
Mt. I'leatant-Elias iluwell, John Os
buin, Oiangc Thomas Mellenry, l'cter
l'iii'j Jarncs Master',
Scott lleccn Fairman,
Sinjarlonf Tlmmas Cole, Wliceler
bliuli ', tluiiry C, lies.", idcliaid Kilo.
relit .lui'Oi-h rivst ll'cclt,
Beaver Jof eph Slicavman,I'eter Knight,
JloM Schlicher, Elius Sliller.
liiiarcrcok I'eler M. Trauah.
lllotmi -Joscili W. llendcrshott, Steph
11 m:m.. l ut...i . ' '
VII ... .'inii-i, i.ttjitii ejiitoe,
Berwick l!or. John M. Snyder.
Ctitawissa Adam l'cderell',Leviis Yctter,
Mait.n V. II. Kl!nc, Jcsso K. Sliirplcss,
Nicholas I), iliirmau, Solomon Ilclwig,
Gcoie Hushes, Iiowis Metz,
Ccmre Samuel Kelcliner.
Con.vin;bjm Bcniamiu Lindenmuth.
Centraiia Bor, Clinics Strauer.
I'lslnn.'u'cck JoFeph II. Hess, Peter
Weaver, iiicliaril Jones, Jvobbius, Jack.
Greenwood T-aa lh'acock, John P.
Kester. Davitl Douiolt. John Lcpsott '
Hemlock Samuel Me, John G ruber.
Locut William L e, Leonard Adams,
Main-William 0. ltcij-liard, John Alien,
Mifflin Thomas K. lies?,
Mt. Pleasant Geo. C.ivcnce, William
Montour l'cter Evans, Noah Muoscr,
James T, Fainoivortli, Wesley Fleming,
Scott William H. lia'tcnbaueh, Joseph
B. Miller, Jacob Terwilligor, William O.
ltobison, William Whito.
Bcaycr Peter Schlicher,
Benton Fred'k Laubach, Win, Holmes.
Ilriarcreck Lamon iMurtr.
, Bloom U. B. Frea.-, Pluliji Ort; Wil
liam Coleman, William 11. Jacoby, Samuel
V. Boon", E. J. Thornton.
Berwick Bor Jacob V. Dclt'cricli, Jer
emiah S. Sanders.
Caiaft.iwa Elias Weaver.
Cuuj n ham William G no liuan.
Centre Samuel C. Bower, Paul Zaticr.
Fifcl 1 i u trc rock John 51. Buckalcw, David
Snvagu. Daniol Pcaler.
rrjukliii Joseph B. Knittle, 5Iathias
Greenwood Win. Kicamer, Isaao Do
witt, William Bobbins, William W. Par
ker, John K. Mu-Orovc, Wesley Jlarr,
lieml ick llcubpii Boinboy.
Locust Jacob K. liiirncr, Isaao ''islitr.
Slain illiam .Mcnsiuger, Michael Gro
vcr. Mt. Pleasant Iraao App'cmau, William
F, Kitchen. Dan'el McCnity.
Milllin-Slephen II. .SnauW, William W.
Brown, Lewis Eekrnto, Willam F. Keller,
Montour Malhias M, Monroe, Lloyd
Orango Jeremiah Comstock, 5Ioscs
Everett, James Eve , Elijah G. ltickctts,
Pino Sliadrack Kvcs,
Scott-William 51. Ent,
Sugarloaf David Lowis.
gNYDEU, lIAIUtIS A BASSETT,
Manutacturera and Jobber of
MEN'H AND POY'H CLOTHINO,
Nos. S?5 .Market, anil 3 Comma cablreet,
t'titll'' if ilia.
f lio utverttser.lmvlnR been reMnrcd to ,
in n few weel.i.. by it vi ry simple r. n,ui 5 ,
bnvlntr silllin i several 11 n- win. . . .... v..
nlleellun , a u 4 tuat (Iriiiit lllsrnse. ( kiniu in ..t 1. .
ijniiTJoiisniniilioknowii lolils fellow n n,,J
tho iiieniu f cire.
vtriiser In senilliiKlho pieserlpltm Is to lien 'II
coiicelves lo bit Invaluable: and ho hopes Ii.;!
nillerir will try lids remedy, v 1 " "j
1110 iiniicii'fwniiu spread liirormtiiln,, ,i,i:.i .1
iiii'iu 1101 iiniie, tiitti may prove 11 uietMi t.
Hi n wlslitttir II,,. t,rnnrl(l,,i, tvlll ..I.. ' . 'l
lb v. lilwnrd A. Wilson, lll.'i HoiuliHe, ii'i",
WlMnmsbiiyjli, Klmis county, New Yin It.
Mtrcll baa be a nuna of iho ".Mold with fi,,u
llalr." No Mil 1. Imu-i vei-. tins enM,f,A,
mnlto that color 11 popular ono fur nuy e . 1,
bio loncjin 0: time. Llulit led, faded MM
1'iil-areop i'i? under tho Uin ofpublle ,,iu,I,
Wc arohi ppy to nnuouncoto our 1 cat I
iks ro to cuango those colors, that llntf ippi, 4
.ions 01 jiiioiss vcatuiuio Amuro. a t-m ,
tticmLcaulltul auburn tresses on.., .',
toft. luMrotl. nnDeamiico so ttnhn,,!., ... ..'
cblef ndornnicutnf Fciualo boiml. , im,
NtW Yomc. August l.Hli, lsi -Allow
mo to cnll your attention to my pi .. ,
ntlon of Compound Extract llucliit. xii.s 1'
poncnt parts nro lluchu, Ixuir Leaf, Cnbcbs.
MollE OF l'llEl'AnATION, Illlcllll, 111 Vllftlii, J
nlpcr Denies, by distillation, to form a flne'ii,
Cnbebs extract cd by dlsjil icemeut liy iltunr,
tnlnetl from Juulpor llcrrles, i-onlnlnln.. ,,,
littlo stigr r, n small proporllon of spirit, nil
more palniiblo thauaiiy nowlu use. Tlmrietw
properties are uy mis mono extractetl,
lliielm, ns prepnrotl by Drugi-lsts ircncrnlly.
ofn dark color, p. Is ivplantlhat ciiilts Hk rj
graue'o; tho uctlu'iofa llamu destroys Hi,
nctivo prlnelilc', lcavlnsit dark nnd -luthi,w
decoction. Mine is tho color of ingredie nts. 1
lluchu in my preparation predominates; ti
smallest tiuautity uftlioollitr lUKiedlcnis n
iiiltlen, to prccnt feinu nt-i.. tin; upon lut.
lion, It will bo fjuntl not to boa Tlnctur
mado In Pl ninuuopera.iior Is It a fiyrup- m
I hcreforu can bo usctl lu enscs w hero fe t u
ilanimntloii exists. In Ibis, you have tin kn
oilf-o of tlio luaredlclits nnd tho luotte of pp ,,,,
HopltiK tlmt you will favor It Willi n trial, un
tbnl upon inspection It will meet with your a;
With n feeling oftonfldence, mj
I am, very respectfully, "
Clicmlst uud Drusglstof 10 YoaiB' K.-tperim, '
In Philadelphia, and now located nt his bra .
imtl Cliemleal Warehouse, 691 Ilroadway, Nt
(From thu largos', Jlnnuf.ioliirliigCliciiiMs hi'
"lam ticiiiriliitcd wilh Mr, K. T. Ik-lial ,1
ho occuplc'l 1ho Dm.- Htoro opposlto my n
deuce, nntl wos succcislul In conducting the Il
lness mIicio thcrsbnd not been equally so u
ioro I1I111. 1 1 ivo been favorably i'niressci' 11.
his character and enterprise.
WILLIAM WKIOIITMAN, ' .
l'lrm of Powers 4 Wclghtman, Manuf.icluin !
Chemlst3, Ninth .and lliown Streets, Plilluii, '
llelmbold's Fluid Kxtrnct Buchu.for weakn, .
nrl' ngfrom Indiscretion. Thocxhi.istotl i, j
era of Xnturu which nre nccompnnloil l,y so 111 u 1
nlorinliit- symptoms.nmoni- which will bofoui
lUdlsnoslllon to l!-rprtlnn. r.fWQ .if St.,..,...'
Wnkefulness, Horror of Dlsor to, or roi ebodli, ,
of Kvll; in fict, Unlvureal Lassitude, PnM ,
lion, aud lrnblllly to enttr Into tho enjojia -i
Tho Ctiu.ni lut ou, oiico nfl'eclcil v, 11,1 Oi.u 1
Weakness, letiiurcs tho nld of Medlcliie
strengthen nnd invlt-o'-alo Iho sysieni, win ,
Hclmbolel'a Kxtraet lluchu InvarLiblo tlwe.i.
nolreatuieul is subinlttetl lo, Consumption
llelmbold'al'lulil lctrnct lluchu, in ullitilo ,
IH'eulIar.to l-'emales, Is unctiualcd by any otb ,
picp.iratlon.iis In Chloicsis, or Itetcntlon, l'.i . ,.
lulne.s, or Suppiessiou of Customniy Uv.icr
lions, Ulcarated urSchlnustjii'itc of tlioUtcr.
and all eompl'iints Incident to tho ".-t.wl U
arlslns from habits of dissipation, '-iiprtuii-n
in, or the tlee'liio or chango of Hie,
llelmbold h Fluid Kxtrnct Hut hu nnd Imprn
oil Ito'o Wiv 1 will rndlcnlly cttertiTliiale n
tlnjsysleem 11 -ciscm .11 Ulng Irom habii 1 ofd
patlon, at tlUlu espeiue, littlo or no liiilig -diet,
no lncon 'uleiice or exposure; tnpk-1.
siiperscc.ii'j tho.o unplcnsant and uigir.
rimciUc .I'opi'lvaundMe-rcuiy.ln ir these e
Uee llelmbold's Fluid Extract lluchu lu 11IK
eates of tlieu- orrjnns, whether eMstlng iu 111
or female, from whatever cause orUhiallim-.n
no matter pr how long slaiulliig. Im ple.c-u
In tasto and odor, "linmrdlato Inaction, u
moro slrengthenlng than any of tlio ifcpai
lions ef Hark or Irou.
Tho 10 sullcrlngfroui broken-down or dellit
couslltiitlons, jirocuro tho lomedy nt once.
Tho reader must bo nwaro thnt, however s!lj
may bo tho attack of tho abovo diseases, it
certain to affect tlio bodily health nnd mini
All tho nbovo diseases rcqulro the nld ol 1
Diuretic, llelmbold's Uxtruct lluchu Is the r. '
WKn t by druggists nnd tlearlers nci
?".,l'l'e.. ',,,co l'cr bottle, or six bottles 1
S0.60. D Uveretl to any nddie-ES .Describe s nn
tonis 11. nil comiiiuulcnllon.s. Atltliess. 11.
lleltiibolil, Din:; nlltl Chellliial alohouse,
N"lio nro (-11. no utile' sdono up lu siee I
Slaved wrapper, with l ic-smllo of my Clit iin. I
W itiehotise, and hliiiied. 11. T. 1IULM IIOI.I' I
- Ueo'r Ii, 1 us. 2m ;
JOOK, RKAD, AND LEARN,
Great Shoslionced Itcmcdy!
OK THE CGLIT,I!ATED INDfAN
DR. LEWIS JOSilEPIIUS,
ol Iho dKtlnir&IshedTr.beof Bhofhonces.Colua.
biaTcnttory Is now lor sale In t.io Union.
This nil pcise-wlng sreat remedy, U wurrai
and in tirol nnd tiAphailo laii-juix'itj, wu '-ai
tafcly say. mav b rHu-d upon tOiimk n j'e.nu
nunt ouro ol all dUtases ol tho Tliroat, Loos
JAvot, KU'iit vs, Ii!c3tlvo Orcans, clc, As wt
ai FcofiiIa. iho vnnousftlcm dispasdi, lUunon
nnd till 'inp irity of tuo blood, xcentlugtnctni'
btao of Cm sumption,
la CunfM wherothlf) great remfdy h?s tt1
In use lor a Mioit t-jiiy It ha,mdccd eiret-le
t-omoof tlio roost, marvelous cures ovov ieeonl
lu tlioniinaUnnilstoricnt medlcluo, Bucli'jetu
1110 who in iiatlitloti to ItH fon.ior ,cnovn in t"
Vlinlit.i Tcirlirv vn ittv lnirniinltv tn dltiut
tliniuctttat thU UrfAtHliostmuccii Uuinedy, i
tli reiicov of rnmpdioq of tlie 19th Cnuturv. he
tho trcplest boon ever laid at the altar of butter
a ilco of tho Itemody In lrrgo pfnt3.Sl.50.
MmiuraetUi-cd by Dr, Yountfi UroJ., at 6ym
case, N. Y.
For sale ty all dtalerh lu Medicine.
Tho Orcat ShoshonecR Remedy of Dr. Jo3ephusJ
i.f jiu iiii)u x rinioiy it iiicu iis biiiu ucen iuuu(j
fat-tiirwl la Cauuu.il, la now for tho trt time
tho Unlou, heluj! manufuuturetl by Ur, Youug 'j
Woinlorful euro of Consumption by
tho urcat fcslio3honeed Remedy.
Mo.Hr . Churaberfftfn A Co., antlemen, I
WIIhou Stoiiuu.uinlcu outh aud bhj,I loul auxlouk 1
tn It t oa know what tho Di eat Hi)o-ihoaccri.iuil
fdyJinrttlft -tetlfor me. Mv wlfo wh MinicttJ'y
wlhoonsu ipll.in.nuddlru. I wp also ahluicii
with lli'i biinia dlsuuxa aud uller her death, Icuan
llnued Kin U ug Just us bho lis tl dune. X had ve fl
bt:vere utfihi Hwoatn. rouhtd nearly all ui"'T.
nut) ovei jr Jlltf III, roum nut Bleep UP "SH JIU.
toward uioiufti: 1 raited over b nm 'tofinatt'
wery ilJiouu, uad bevem ruin iu t lett lu-JlEf
t.,clc.tnnd m as gicatly deulldatoU n tact 1 un J
inn sb lat un I could, I was t'luin ineulcjiig
iinii ii iruur jiiivbiciaii, imii inuu iiui uvfii irn
lluve my t ou&h. X went by tho vlllao ouo di-jS
about nuitHtuir ot a mllo. whc1i took me lo fc'i
aad coin', nbout two Imurt; while thcro I ravi
iuiio vujiiuyiuu, nuu uuppenca io bar ioiuiu
"l wibiiyoucoutdutvo mobomoihliu lo .fheu
ivy coiifi'i." Jle fcu'.d '-tlirro Is n t-icat Indlut.
Ueiuedy jiit iuUoduced in. J.ilter hai K ioi1
sale, aud I belit'vo H will emo you.
J loolc his adico, aud luoucht n bottle lion1'
w uu ni, vuuic u leiwpoouiiu Ul oucr, cii'i -felt
tlirouih mv wlinluki-ktoin. At nh'ht a tu iie
BpoooH'j.uud icbicd well nt nilil aud cmuii.re.
lo rest well oveiy ntjht. Tho cough, tutlil
dweats. la'tlnz of Matter, nain lu tho Inntf. elf
(itadually h-U mo, and I ffot hearty a.ul st.on;. 1
muiLuiiiy itircu uuii't 4 Bin uoi tauuiK it -'"
and I am as hearty aud as well m I over wiib hi
my life. My Hlbtei-tn-luw wai with me for
Mdi'e, who was auiio;ea wim liver coinpiuiu
bho has taken tho teiuedy und U well, Tris ci
tllkttlu J ou mnybhow tho world If you pleane,
WILSON STOUMa,llrihtou,0. H".
Hworu icford us at HrWhtmi, Ct, W.
lliU ".thduy of Augubt, 1800. i
J, H. YOUNQ J. Uet ve.
I, M.AVKLUWUTON, J.
John l' Henry (Successor to Demns llarncj a O
'ew Yo.U, uolevale Aseut.
I'or bulo by all the DrugsUU lu llloombbttu.
A T.T. lrTTCnci HP -TOTl TMIITCVINC
.XXrn.'at) ex-nutixl at TuCJoi X mhian Htwcff
ioiui iuieieiiie It, 110 will aemln eopv of 11,
prescription usttl (Ireocfchnrnel.wlt'i tiled,''
lions for preijaniiK and usliiB the mime w d 1
thoy will llnd 11 sure cure for CoiniuripUon ,th
Eiiiiitv onii-ri. ,, .