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IIK.MOCIIATIC STATE COMMITTED,
In obedience to the desire of a majority thereof
tho Democratic Bttte Committee nro requested
to meet at Xlollon's lintel, llnrri, burg, on Tues
day, the 30th dny of Mirch, 1S69, nt ;'A o'clocli,
r. M., to rtx time of holding tho Democratic
WM. A. WALLiACtl,
4u David CAi.DWEi.t-, Bec'ty.
A Itni'rTaln Tor I'rlntei-H.
By tlio recent purchnso of 11 OorJon
I'ress mid of tho Columhia Democuat
lirliitlnj,' ofllco, wo havo. acquired nn
unnecessary number 6f Presses and
lhntcrlnl. AVo thereforo oiror to sell one
Washington Press slzo No.l In com
pute running order; onu Washington
Press Foolscap slzo almost entirely
new; together with iwiunnllly of hour
Kclorf, nonpareil, wood, mcliil und
ill.si!iiy typo, Imposing hIoih-s, enson,
rule.s, iul all tlio inalcriat necessary to
flUirtu llrat-cluss country prlutlngolMuc.
If tho nmlcrlal oitmot, ho Hold In bulk,
It will ho disposed of In loW. Terms
wli. Address tho ctlltor hy letter or
In person. 3t,
Monday last, March ISth, being the
dny appointed for tho holding of the
County Convention,waaau exceedingly
unfavorable one. Tho storm and the
very bad condition of tho roads pre'
vented a general attendance.
The Convention was called to order
by John A. Funston, nnd organized by
the appointment of John G. -Quick us
Chairman, and John G. Freeze and
Philip T. Hartman as Secretaries. The
credentials of delegates wcro then pre
sentcd, when tho following townships
only wero found to bo represented:
Ulooin, Briar Creek, Centralla Bor.
Greenwood, Madison, Montour, Millliii
und Scott, John G. Freeze offered tho
following resolution which was adopt
ltesolved. That C. B. Brockwav & P.
K. Ilerbein bo Senatorial Conferees to
meet similar Conferees from tho coun-i
ties of Montour, Northumberland and
Sullivan, to select a Senatorial Delegate
w mo coming uemocntuc :ato Con
vontlon : and that they aro hereby in
strutted to voto for lion. Charles 11.
Bucknlow as such Delegate.
John P. JTannon offered tho following
which was' adopted :
ltesolved. That W. II. Ent and Peter
Blllmoyer bo Itepresentallvo Conferees
to meit similar Conferees from Montour
County, to select a Itonrcsentativo Dol
egato to tho coming Democratic Stato
Convention: nnd that thev do nerreo to
tho selection of Jcsso C. Ammcrmau of
Montour county as such Delegate.
John G. Freczo presented tho following-resolutions
which wero unanimous
ltesolved, That tho ratification, by
tho Legislature of Pennsylvania, of tho
proposed XVth artlclo of tho Federal
Constitution, changing, as it does, the
fundamental law of the Commonwealth
on questions not of Federal Import, Is
for that reason boyond tho powt r of the
Legislature, Is revolutionary In its char
acter. Is in violation of tho rlghtsof the
people, and Is destructlvo ,of tho, sover
eignty of thu State.
ltesolved. That wo welcomo to our
midst the Honorable Charles It. Buckn
low, ou fellow citizen, tendering him
our congratulations upon tho ability,
ollleiency and purity of his Senatorial
career, and pledging him our confidence
and support in tho future.
ltesolved, That in thosclcctlouof can
didates for Governor anil Judgo of tho
Supreme Court, tho best antl ablest men
in tho party should bo selected, without
reference to local Instruction or geo
ltesolved, That tho' watchword of tho
Democracy this full. referrlnirU) tho.No-
ro Sulfritgo Amendment as tho jrrwit
uDsorning question, sitouiti uo "Jte
peal." There being no other business before
(lie Conventional! motion It adjourned
Day after day add u fresh evidence of
, tho r.wc.Ulty antl trickery existing
amongst tho opposition leaders. A re
cent uct of theirs will illustratoit.
About a year ago Peter Ilcrdlc, a
wealthy man of Wllllamsport, In order
to provide for his sou-lii-law, got a bill
put through tho Legislature, erecting a
now Judicial District Including Lycom
ing and Elk counties. Geary, appoint
ed Bentloy to this position.
Last fall, contrary to Ilerdlu'd antici
pations, lion. James A.Gambto received
tho Democratic nomination for Judge,
and was olocted, notwithstanding the
importation of 600 voters by Hemic.
Thwarted in tills, ho rushes again to
the Legislature, and with moans gener
ally employed by lobbyists, succooJod
in less thun threo hours In passing
a bill through both branches of tho
Legislature, und signed by that party
toolJohn deary. Evorythlng is now
.mado to bond to parfy; courts, J ustluo,
legislatures, laws, and oven tho Consti
Sinck tho eloso of tho war, making
"treason odious" has been tho principal
stock In trndoof our opponents. In fact
a military orator of this county always
began and ended his speeches by stereo
typed allusions to tho "red-handed trai
tors who shed tho blood of our heroes,"
(his wasn't spilled), and this was his
nmln,argumetit, Alas, for these loyal
ists, Grant, after continuing in oQlcehls
father as Post Master at Covington, and
appointing to lucratlvo positions his
threo brothers-in-law his wife's cous
insall who subscribed for this now
housed caps tho climax by making tho
rebel General Lougstroet Survoyqr of
tho Port of Now Orleans I Wo wondor
that tho ghosts, of those who ell at
Gottysburij or wcro starved ut Andor
rjonvlilu, do not appear und protest
against this insult to u loyal nation. Is
this tho way to "make treason odious?"
CressweJI, an original secessionist, in
tho Cubliwt, Lougstroet Hurvoyor of tho
I'ort of New Orleans I Why not nt
once mtiUo jecr. Puvla Socrotury of tho
J rcasury, ami Breckinridge Attorney
To authorize tlm erection of a Poor
House by the township of Bloom In
tho County of Columbia.
Skc. 1. Holt enacted by tlio Senate
and House of Itoprcbcntutlves of tho
Coiiiinouwc.ilth of Pennsylvania In
General Aswuihly met, nnd It Is
hereby enacted by tho nuthorlly of
tho snmo, that tho provisions of tho
act "To nuthorlzo tho erection of n
poor houso by tho township of Wilkes
Harro In Lu7.eruo county," approved
tho second day of April A. I)., 18C0 bo
and tho samo ato hereby extended to
tho township of Bloom in tho County
of Columbia. '
Sr.c. 2. That John A. Funston, Jacob
Schuyler, and B. F. Hattman of tho
township of Bloom, bo and aro hereby
appointed Commissioners with nil tho
powers conferred, and to dlschargo all
tho duties enjoined In said act until tho
March elections tit tho year 1871.
Sec. a. Tlint tho in-ovlslonsof tho first
section of an net entitled "A further
supplement to nn net entitled 'An act
to authorize the erection of a poor houso
by tho township of Jenkins, Borough of
Plttston and township of Plttston In
tho county of Luzerne,' approved May
8th 1857." approved tho 27th day of
March, A. D 18G0, bu extended to any
township or townships In tho County of
Columbia, desiring to bo mado a part
of tlio district for tho support of tlio
poor established by this act.
Six. -1. At the request of any ten tax
able inhabitants of any township In the
county of Columbia, Itshallbu tlio duty
of tho Constable advertising tho town
ship elections in March to glvo notice
that at tho said ensuing election tho
qualified electors shall decide tho ques
tion whether mid township shall be
come a part of the district for tho sup
port of the poor erected by this, act by
voting "For a poor houso" or "against
a poor house," and tho ofllccrs of tho
election shall return tho lesult of this
ejection in tho samo manner as thoy
mako other returns of tho election.
1'rovtded, That nil assessments shall bo
upon tho basis of tho latest triennial as
sessment. JOHN CLARK.
Speaker of tho 11. of It.
Speaker of tho Sonnto.
Approved the twelfth day of March,
A. D., 1609. JNO. W. GEARY.
TO AtTTIIOntZE THR F.KECTION" OK X TOOIl
1IOUSK BY THK TOWNSHIP OK WILKIiS
DAKUE, IN LUZI2UNK COUNTY.
Section 1. lie it enacted, etc., That
E. W. Stuidovant, William Hibler,
John W. llorton, Alexander M'Clano
and Thomas Quick, junior, of tho town
ship of Wllkesbarre, In Luzcrno county
be and urq hereby appointed commis
sioners, whose duty It shall bo, or a
majority of llicm.as soon after tho pass
age of this act as practicable, to deter
mine upon, and with tho ussont of tho
court of tho quarter sessions of Luzerne
county, purchase" such real estato ns
moy bo necessary and proper for tho
accommodation of tho poor of tho town-
shin of Wiikcsbarro aforesaid : and it
shall bo lawful for said commissioners
to take antl receive proper conveyances
therefor, In tho name and for tho uso of
tho corporation mentioned In tho see
nnd section of this act; and upon tho
receipt of such conveyance, to execute,
in tlio name of said corporation, nnd do
liver to tho vendeo or vendees, bonds or
mortgages upon said real estate, to se
cure the payment of so much of tho pur
chase money thereof as shall then re
main unpaid, and also to erect thereon
sultablo buildings for tlio accommoda
tion and keeping of tho poor of said
township ; and they nro also authorized
nnd empowered to borrow' such sum or
sums or money as may In their opinion,
bo advisable and necessary, not exceed
ing four thousand dollars, to bo used in
tho payment of tho expenso of purchas
ing saitl farm and creeling said build
ings, and to secure the payment of tho
samo by bonds and mortgages on said
Section 2. That tho said E. W.
Sturdovant, Willbim Hibler, John W.
Horton, Aloxander M'Clano and Tlio'm
os Quick, Junior, aro hereby constituted
directors of tho poor In tho township
aforesaid, until successors nro appointed
and qualified, as hereinafter provided ;
and they, and their successors In ofllce,
nro hereby created a body politic and
corporate, In lawto nil Intents and pur
poses whatsoever, relatlvo to tho poor
of said township, and shall have perpet
ual succession, by tho name, htylo and
tltlo of tho directors of tho poor of
Wllkesbarro township; and by that
iiiimo may bo Filed, plead and bo Im
pleaded, receive, tako and hold, any
lands, tenements nnd hereditaments,
not exceeding tlio yearly value of threo
thousand dollars, to erect and keep in
proper condition sultablo buildings for
tho reception, ue, accommodation nnd
employment of tho poor of salu
township, and to provldoall tldngsncc
cssary for the lodging, malntcnnnccand
employment of tho poor of said town
ship. Section 3. Tlmtthosaid E. W. Stur
dovant, William Hibler, John W. Hor
ton, Alexander M'Clano and Thomas
Quick, Junior,shaU continue In olllco as
directors' until tho annual March pice
Hon In tho year rino thousand eight
hundred and sixty-two, at which time
tho qualified electors of said township
shall cleot threo persons to servo as di
rectors of tho poor of Bald township,
ono to tervo for ono year, ono for two
years and ono fur threo years, and year
ly thereafter tlio said electors shall elect
ono person to servo as director ns afore'
said for threo years; and tho returns of
all elections under this nct,and proceed
ings connected therewith, shall bo tho
samo as in tho case, of tho election of
township officers: Provided, That any
vacancy In tho said ofllco of director, by
resignation or otherwise, shall be filled
by tho court of quarter sessions of Lu
zorno county until tho next ensuing
election of directors, when tho said va
cancy shall bo filled by election, under
tho limitations aforesaid ; and tho said
court shall havo power to rcmovo any
director for gross neglect of duty or
other misconduct, upon tho petition of
fifty or more of tho nfuresald electors,
upon u hearing of tho coinplaitit, after
reasonable uotlco to thp director com
Section i, That tlio said directors
sliall, before entering upon, tho duties
or Mieir ouico, bu duly sworn or nillriiii
ed to faithfully discharge tho duties of
said olllce; ami tlio persons herein ap
pointed directors shall, as soon as they
shall think proper after tho passago of
this act, appoint a treasurer, steward or
superintendent, collector of poor taxes,
anil xueli other assistants as thoy shall
deem necessary, who shall servo until
suecessotH nro appointed; nnd lu tho
iiioiiin oi .mtumry, in tno year ouo
thousand eight hundred and slxty-ono,
nnd In tho month of January in each
year thereafter, tho said directors shall
appoint ti treasurer, a collector, n stow-
aril, physician, nnd such other assist
ants ns thoy mny deem neccsoary, to
servo for ono year, nnd until successors
nro appointed nnd qualified; tho, said
treasurer and collector to glvo bonds,
with sufficient security, conditioned for
tho faithful performance of their respec
tive duties, In such sum as Iho directors
may require; any or said officcra or as
sistants may bo removed by said direc
tors for neglect of duty, or for Improper
conduct in ofllce, and tho vacancies, ns
well ns nil vacancies which sliall other
wlso occur, to bo filled by them.
Section 5. That tlio said directors,
any two of whom shall constltuto a quo
rum for tho transaction of business shall
havo power annually, as soon after tho
returns, of tho nnnual .assessments in
said county ns is practicable, to lay n
rato or assessment, not oxceedlug ono
cent on tho dollar at ono tlmo, upon nil
real nnd personal estates within tho
township aforesaid, for defraying tho
expenses of purchasing said farm, erect
lug said buildings, and maintaining tho
poor of, s lid township, which shall bo
tlio samo rato per centum in said town
ship, and shall bo levied upon tho bas
of tho lost adjusted valuation mado for
regulatlngcounty rates and levies ; and
having caused fair duplicates of such
rate, or assessment by them laid to bo
mado, which shall bo signed by them,
shall Issuo their warrant to tho collect
or of such tnx therein, authorizing and
requiring him to demand, receive nnd
collect, from every person therein nam
ed, tho sum wherewith such person
staiids.chargcd, in tho.mnnner nnd by
the samo process as poor taxes nro now
by law collectable ; and tho said direct
ors shall from tho time of providing by
them of sultablo buildings for tho uc
commodation of said poor, exercise and
perform all tho powers nnd duties
which ivcrsoor.s of tho poor may nnd
nro now required by law to exercise antl
perform within said township, except
so far as such nets, duties nnd powers ns
nro herein expressly prescribed or lira
Section C. That tlio said directors
shall, as soon as thoyshall havoprovid
ed sultablo buildings for tho accommo
datlon of tho poor of said township,
fllo In the olllcoof tho cleric ,of tho court
of quarter sessions of Luzcrno county,
a certificate, setting forth that such
buildings nro ready for tho reception
nnd accommodation of said poor; which
ccrtlflcato shall also contain a statement
of tho real estato purchased, with a
brief description or tho buildings there
on, tho cost or procuring nnd fitting up
the Mime; and thoyshall also thereupon
glvo notice to tho overseers or the poor
or said township of their readiness to
rccelvo and nccommouato tho poor
thereof, which said overseers nro re
quired forthwith tofurnlslisaiddlrectors
with a list of tho names of tho persons
then a chargo upon said township, or
receiving relief therefrom, with the
place of residenco or each; and tho said
directors shall thereupon causo such
pcor persons, or such of them n3 thoy
shall think it expedient, to bo removed
to said houso so provided, and thereaf
ter to bo kept, lodged and maintained
therein, so long as such persons shall
tontlnuo a chargo- upon said township ;
nnd no person who shall refuso to go to
said poor houso, or to bo maintained
therein, shall bo entitled to roller or
support from said directors, or from
said township, during tho tlmo of such
refusal: Provided however, That said
directors may, IT thoy think proper,
furnish assistance and nfford rcllof to
any poor persons, without requiring
them to ho removed to and kept at said
Section 7. That' tho said directors
are hereby authorized to provldo work
aud employment, for such poor persons
as may bo able to perform any labor, or
pursue any employment, nnd if any
poor person unless unable, by reason of
ngo, infancy, disease, infirmity or other
disability, sliall romso to perform such
rcasonablo labor or service, us shall be
allotted to or required of him or her by
said directors, sucli person or persons
shall not bo entitled to, or recolvo any
relief or nsslstnnco during such refusal,
anil shall immediately upon such refus
al, bo discharged from said poor-house.
Section 8. That tho overseers of tho
poor of tho township nroresald, shall, as
soon as notified by tho dlicctors, in tho
manner provided for lu tho sixth sec
tion or this act, ceaso to net ns overseers
or tho poor In said township, except so
Tar us may bo required to settle, adjust
and eloso their accounts as overseers
with said township, or with persons
with whom they havo transacted busi
ness ; and they shall, upon demnnd, de
liver to tho said directors, transcripts or
all poor taxes remaining unpaid on
duplicates in their hands, together
with all books, papers, orders and docu
ment's, pertaining to their ofllco ns
overseers, nnd shall nlso pay to tho said
directors, or to tho treasurer appointed
by them, all the moneys unoxpeuded
In their hands, belonging to tho said
township, nnd tho said directors shall
forthwith issuo their warrant to tho
colIcctor,fortho collection of all such un
paid poor taxes, which shall bo collect
ed In thosamo manner as is provided for
tho collection of taxes' assessed by said
Section 0. That if upon a final set
tlement by said overseers of tho town
ship aforesaid, of their account as over
seers, any balance shall bo found duo
them or cither of them, tho said balanco
duo shall bo certified by tho auditors
making such settlement, aud thereupon
tho said directors aro required to Issuo
their order upon tho treasurer, In favor
of such overseer or overseers for tho
amount or amounts so certified to K,o
Section 10. That tho steward or
matingcr of said poor house Is hereby
required yearly, on tho first Monday In
January in each yoar, to furnish tlio
said directors, a statement of tholucomu
or said real estate, us nearly as tho name
can bo dono ; also of excess of his ex
penditure over and nbovosald income,
tho amount and kind or personal prop
erty then on hand, Including grain, et
cetera, tho number of persons admitted
and discharged during the year, with
tho number then therein, tho length of
tlmo each remained, und tho ago and sex
of each ; tho treasurer shall annually on
tho first Monday of each year, render to
said directors, n J list and correct account
of his rccclptsnntl dUburscinentsdurIng
tho preceding year ; antl tho said direc
tors shall annually, In tho month of
January in each year, publish in ono or
moro nowspapcrs, that may lo publish-
AND DEMO CHAT,
ed lu tlio borough of Wllkesbarro, a
statement or thd receipts, disbursements
and expenditures of said corporation
during tho preceding year, with ostato-
mcnt of property, real nnd porsonni,
then held by them.
Section 11. That tho auditors or tho
township or Wllkesbarro shall constl
tuto a board or auditors to settle the ac
counts or tho directors; nnd which au
ditors sliall meet for that purposo on tho
second Monday or January or each year
and sliall rccelvo for their services each
ono dollar per day, for every day nec
Section 12, That all orders issued
for thoTclIef of any poor person or per
sons, within said township, niter tno
filing or tho certificated mentioned In
the sixth section or this act, shall bo dl
rcctcd to tho directors or tho poor or
Yllkosbnrro township; nnd upon tho
receipt or such orders, said directors, or
nny ono of them, slinll Immediately
proceed to inquire Into tho clrcumstmv
ccs, nnd If tho person or persons therein
named, arc found by him to bo entitled
to relief, ho or they shall furnish euch
relief, or causo such person or persons
to bo removed and taken to said poor
h6usc, nnd there kept nnd maintained
until legally discharged; any ono of
said directors shall havo authority to
direct a person to bo admitted into said
poor houso; but no person sliall bo
discharged therefrom unless at his or
her own request, except by tho direc
tion of nt least two or said directors,
SECTION 13. That tho said directors
nro hereby authorized Id bind out tho
poor children under their enre, whoso
parents aro dead or unnblo to support
thorn, ns apprentices, in tho samo man
ncr nnd under tho samo restrictions ns
tho overseers or tho poor mny now by
law put out such children ; nnd tho said
directors shall excrciso tho samo power
and authority over all real nnd personal
estato of any poor person under their
care, as is now by law vested In tho
overseers or tho poor.
Section 14. That tho compensation
of tho treasurer, collector, stoward, mil'
tron, physician, and other officers or us-
sistants, shall bo fixed by tho directors
and tho compensation or tho directors
shall bo fixed by tho board or auditors
nt each yearly settlement, for tho next
succeeplng ycor: Provided, That the
compensation of said d rectors, from tho
passago of tho act until tho first settlo'
ment, shall bo fixed by tho board of
auditors at tho first yearly settlement
tho said directors to furnish tho said
auditors a correct account or the time
and expenses losl and incurred by thorn
in.attcudlng to. their duties, from which
account tho said compensation shall bo
uxeu anu aujustcu.
Section 15. That tho said directors
or treasurer, or any ono or moro of tlio
tax-payers of said township, may, with
in twenty days from tho yearly settle,
ment by tho auditors as aforesaid, ap
peal from such settlement to tho court
of common pleas ot Luzcrno county, in
tho samo manner, .and under tho samo
provisions and regulations, that appeal
from settlements by township auditors
are now auoweu.
Section 1G, That uo money sliall bo
paid by tho treasurer except upon or
ders drawn by tho directors and signed
uy nt least two oi saiu uircciors.
Section 17. That all acts of assem
bly, or parts of acts, hereby supplied or
inconsistent with tills act, nro hereby
JOHN M. THOMPSON,
Speaker of tho H. of It. pro tern
WM. M. FRANCIS.
Speakor of tho Senato,
ArrnovED xiioseconuciay ot April
Anno Domini ono thousand eight hun
areii anil sixty.
WM. F. PACKER
A I'urtlier Supplement
To an net, entitled "An Act to author
Izo tho erection of a Poor Houso bv
tlio township or Jenkins, borough or
I'lusioii, auu towusuip oii'ittsion, in
tho county br Luzerne," approved
May eighth, ono thousand eight hun
dred and flfty-seven.
Section 1. Bo it enacted by tho Sen
ato and Houso of Representatives or tho
Commonwealth or Pennsylvania in
General Assembly met, und It Is hereby
enacted by tho authority or tho samo,
xnat tno township ot Lackawanna, :n
the county otLuzcrno, bo and Is hereby
nnnoxed to and mado a part or tho
trlct for tho support of tho poor named
in tho act to which thisisasupplcmcnt;
but before tho said township of Lacka,
wanna shall bo entitled to tho irlvi
leges of tho said act, tho overscors of
tho poor therein shall secure, to tho
satisfaction of tho directors of tho poor
or Jenkins township, Plttston borougli
and Plttston township, such sum or
moucy ns would bo tlio proportionate
sharoortho said township or Lackawan
nn or tho money already expended by
the said directors in tho purchaso of
laud, and other improvements mado
thereon, as woll as for money expended
in finishing their poor house, and for
stock on their farm; such proportionate
siiaro shall bo asccrtalnetl upon tho ba
sis of tho assessed valuation of property
mado taxablo by law in each district, for
tho year ono thousand eight hundred
and fifty-nine; when such sum, so to bo
paid by tho said township of Lacka
wanna, shall bo ascertained and satis
factorily scoured, tho said township
shall bo entitled to nil tho immunities
nnd privileges onjoyed by tho present
corporation, as named in tho said re
cited net; but no part of tho present
poor junus of tho said township of
Lackawanna shall be paid over to tho
said corporation, that being expressly
reserved to tho said township of Lacka
wanna; aud for tho; purposo of raising
monoy to enablo tho said towushlp of
i-iacKawanna to pay thosum ascertained
to bo her share of the expenditures afore
said, tho overseers or tho poor thereof
nro Hereby authorized nnd empowered
tp assess, levy and collect a tax for that
I'l-oposiils for rami for Poor
The undersigned will reccivo propo
sals for a sultablo farm on which pro
visions could bo mado for supporting
tho poor of such townships In Columbia
county as may seo.propcr to nccopt tho
Tho proposals to bo In writing, nnd
sent in before (ho 27th Inst. Stating
number of acres, situation, price, terms,
It Is desirable thnt'tho proposals should
bo sent in as corty as possible, but no
property will bo purchased until It is
known what number of townships will
accept tho law, by vote or special act of
Tho Overseers of tho Poor of tho
townships accepting tho law, will pre
pare a lint of tho paupers to bo brought
in to tho Commissioners on a day of
which notlco shall bo given.
John A. Funbton, 1 Poor
JACOl! SCHUYI.EIl, J-Ilouso
B. F, ilAUTMAN, J Com,
Washington, March 10.
11USI0NATI0N OP BECIIETAHY WASH-
Hon. E. B. Wabhiiuiink tendered
his resignation to-day as Secretary of
f 1 1 ri-l. .. f I ! i.na Imnn I,
coptcd, and a no'w nomination will be
mado to tho Senato to-morrow.
GEN. DIX'a ItEsfONATION ACOEl'TEI).
Major-Gcucral Dlx will soon return
homo. Ills resignation as Minister to
Franco has boon accepted, and tho usu
al letter of recall has been forwarded
by tho Department of State
Washington. March 11.
WASI I.NGTON, Mnic 1 11.
Iden to-day mado ho fol-
lowing nominntions to tho Senate!
GeorgoS. Boutwcll, or Massachusetts,
Secretary of the ireasury. I
Hamilton Fish, or Now York, Sccro-
rv of otnto. I
tary of State.
General John A. Rawlins, Secretary
Tho following names wcro sent to tho
Soualo to-day by tho President: E. B
Washburno. of Illinois. Minister to
Franco ; Frank Moore, Assistnnt-Sccro
tary of Legation, Paris; A. K. Small,
Marshal for tho District of Columbia ;
C. A. Newcomb, Marshal for tho Dis
trlct of Columbia; General Longstrcct,
to bo Surveyor of tho Customs for New
Sidney A. Stockdalo, to bo
of Internal Rovcntio for tlio
First District of Louisiana: Edward V
Klmrslov.nfNow York, to boSccrotarv
or tho United States Lc-'atlon at Mad-
rid : Alexander Shame, to bo Marshal
or tho United Stntcs for the District of
Columbia: Chlol-Entrlncer Juntos W.
King, to bo. Chief of tho Bureau of ed very attentively, and at tho coiiclus
Stnnm Ent-Iiionrlii-r. President arant Ion said : "Gentlemen The disclosures
states at tho bottom of this: "ill nlnco
Tho Senato, having been in exectitivo
scs.sIon n few minutes, continued ,jir.
Washburno as Mlnlstar to Franco in
placo of Mr. Dlx resigned ; n'so Messrs.
Boutwcll Secretary for tho Treasury,
Rawlins for War, and Fish for Stale.
A LOUISIANA AIHIANOEMENT.
Tho members of Congress-elect from
Louisiana, and tho contestants of thoir
scats, havo mutually agreed, tho former
to rosinn, and tho latter to withdraw all
pretension, so that a now election can
b9 held, and tho protracted scries of
contests and investigations bo preclud
ed. This courso has been adopted be-
causo tho Conservatives-elect havo no
chnnco to bo admitted, nnd because tin.
dorSheridan's manipulation tho Radi
cal contestants aro sure of their game.
,ALL IN THE FAMILY-
Tho President Is giving an early ex
hibition of nepotism. Colonel James
Casey, nominated to-day as Collector of
New Orleans, and Dr. Sharpo, nomi
nated asi Marshal or this District, nro
brothers-in-law or Grant.
'Washington; March 12.
AN ACT OP JUSTICE.
Mr. Randall, or Pennsylvania, lias
introduced a bill in tho Housa to-day to
extend tho bounties allowed to soldiers
to men who wore drafted and served in
tho army. This is so plain an net of
Justico that it needs no commendation
from any one.
Washington, rMareh 14.
Sinco General Hancock has been as
signed to a distant command, not at all
commensurato with his high rank,
mauy or his warm friends In Pennsylva.
nia havo re-agltated tho question of
nominating him for Governor of that
State. It may now bo definitely settled
that ho does not latent! to withdraw
from that profession in which ho takes
such pride, unless humiliation should
follow exile, nnd his seir-rcspcct should
compol him to throw up his eommls
ulon, to effect which sucli earnest efforts
wore mado by certain politicians during
the past year. In declining such a high
compliment from his own State, Qene
ral Hancock feels that ho is not doing
injury to any important interest, as
there aro many prominent men who
aro, perhaps, much better acquainted
with tho State's local Interests, which
iibscnco in tho country's service has pre.
vented him from knowing thoroughly,
Therefore, ho docs not wish to bo an
obstacle In tho path of nny worthy
gentleman, who could probably ad,
minister tho Stato affairs to better ad
vantage than himself. Theso viows hav
iug been known for somo tlmo by his
intimato friends, it is certain that Gen
Hancock does not de3lro to bo a candi
uato for civil ofllco so long as ho rc-
mains in tho army,
THE ORIOINAIj IMl'EACHEIt.
Exit Ashley, tho original and puta
tlvo Impoacher. Ho wanted to boGov-
crnor of Montana, and, to get him bo
yond tho confines of civilization, o very
Radical Congressman signed for his np
polntmcnt. Tho selection of another
Ohloan, Campboll.to govern Wyoming,
cxhnusts tho claims or that Stnto for
such girts, nnd Ashley retires on his
General Butleu to-day introduced
to Secretary Boutwell a colored man
from New Orleans, named Jonbert, and
recommended him for appointment ns
assessor of internal rovenuo in that city.
Jonbert said ho did not deslro tho office
from pecuniary considerations, hut
merely asked It to test tho disposition
or tho party In power as to tho rights of
Washington, March 15.
THE TENUnE-OF-OI'l-'ICK ACT,
Tho Judiciary Comraltteo reported a
bill to tho Scuato to-day recommending
a suspension of tho Tenuro-or-oDlco act
until tho next session or Congress.
This measure Is tho subject or a great
deal of speculation and comment in
Congressional circles to-nlgiit. Tho
compromise indicated appears to bo ac
ceptable so far as it goes, not only to tho
President, who lias oxprcssod himself
in reference to it, but nlso to tho major
ity of Congressmen,
A COLOUED Al'I'UOANT l-'Oll OFFICE.
Professor Bassett, n colored man, con
nected with tho colored High School of
Philadelphia, is hero, an applicant for
tho position or Minister to Haytl.
Ex-Prcsldent Johnson will delay hi
departure for Tonnossee until Thursday,
tho 18th Inst. Ho will thon go direct
to arccnville, his old home, whoro ho
lias not beon for soveii years. Ho will
remain' there a tow da.vs. and th en nrn-
cecd tff Nashvlllo anil there doyclop hi
A committee of threo, delegated bv
tho Washington City Post of tho Grand
Army or tho Republic, waited upon tho
Proddent to-day to urgo tho claims ol'
COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
. ... . . I I . A , itKAlnf ,,ftt. t In
ITippiCU hOUIieiB lOl uHFUiimiivi w
official positions. Tho President assur
ed thorn that ho felt a warm interest lu
ihls class of citizens, aud plainly inti
mated that their claims would not bo
Robert Martin Douglas, son of tho
y iiu" "" "
I'"? 11,0 ITCSiueui
Washington, March 10.
THE TENUIIE-OK-01'FICE ACT
At this writing tho indications point
rnnulv to tho final passage, by both
houses, of tho bill Introduced lu tho
, te , to suspend the opera-
JtUoauov.0 mcntlor.ed net until n
. rt .. t , n..ti- ..t.1 rrl, ..vfica.
iienniio or luuuuiiuo iiujiuu. j.nu..-.
uro In favor of giving Grant a loose I
.in.. ,i oinwr. nnd
oUvllllstnm,1n tho objcction f the
im...i r i.r.
"ins" to any sucn uiuuuitiuiuu m
law as wl l render their removal less
difficult, it 13 now very clear that tho
... . ...in 1.1 i. .Aain.n
OKMfUC Crowu wiiiiriuiiipuiuiu
. ... i c 1i.Ih,m ft,, na In rn.
tlio Old uruui ui iiiiuks, nu
storo to tho President tho power to
rcmovo oxocullvo ofllcors nt pleasure,
HEAHS SOME DEMOCKATIC
t t Unoii nmi w urn p. simtison.
Democratic members, who .hold certifi
cates of election to Congress from South
Carolina, had an Interview with iho
President to-day of somo length. They
frankly toiti mm oi tno rcsiricuo ......
disabilities under which tho Whites or
their own and other btates labor, aim
showed how completely and In what
hrood faith tho situation luul neon uc-
cental by them. Tlio President nsien-.
vou 'mako ought to bo.knowii nud tin
dcrstoodniUl consltlcreti oyuvery uiuun
man and woman in tho country." i uo
gentlemen tnen wnnurew.
COMMISS10NEH OI' INDIAN AITAIUS
The impression hero Is that tho Pros
ident will appoint Colonel Parker of
. . !..! .PT.lln..
nis iormersuiii)iAiiii;ii.-3iuui;. u. iinu
Affairs. Colonel Parker is n nntlvo In
dlan, having descended direct from ono
of the western New York tribes, ami
I tho opinion is, that ho will make a good
officer at tho head of tho Indian liu
A hill from tho House, appropriating
JoO.OOOtomectn deficiency in tho ex
penses for tho support of orphans ofdC'
ceased sailors and soldiers, was passed,
on motion of Mr. Conncll
Mr.Miller,ono makingtliolawftil rato of
interest for tlio loan or uso qt money, in
all cases where no express contract lias
been made for a greater or les.-, rate, sev
311 per cent, per annum. Tho bill nlso
repeals tho second section of tlio act of
May 28, 1853, regulating tlio rato of in
The committee appointed to decide
upon tlio propriety of printing threo
volumes of Bates' History of Pennsyl
vania regiments, reported that it was
oxpedicut to print ten thousand copies.
Mr. Davis said that estimates of tlio
cost of tho work had been submitted to
publishing firms In Philadelphia, and
It had beon ascertained .that tlio Stato
Printer would do tho entire work with
in thirty cents as cheap as any publish
Tho Sennto bill declaring it to bo a
right to take a writ of error ,to tho Su
premo Court in cases, hereafter, where
persons havo bceii convicted of murder
in tno nrst degree, was passed
Important (o Soldiers and their
ACT Ol' MARCH 3, 18C9.
lie it enacted, etc., That when a sol
dier's dlschargo states that ho Is dis
charged by reason of 'expiration of'term
of service.'ho shall bo held tohavocom.
pletcd tho full term of his enlistment
and entitled to bounty accordingly.
Sec. 2. ijicf be it further enacted, That
tho widow, minor children, or parents,
in order named, or any soldier who slinll
havo died, after being honorably dis
charged rrom tho military servleo of
tho United States, shall bo entitled to
receive tho additional bounty to which
such soldier would bo entitled if living
under tho provisions of tho twelfth nnd
thirteouth bections of an act entitled
"An act making appropriations for sun
dry civil oxponses of tho government
for tho year ending Juno 30, 1807, and
for other purposes," approved July 28,
1800, and tho said provisions or said net
shall bo so construed.
Sec. 3. And be it further enacted, That
all claims for tho additional bounlios
granted in sections twolvo and thirteen
of tho net of July 23, 180G, shall, alter
tho first day of May noxt, bo ndlusted
nnd settled by the nccountlng officers of
tho Treasury under tho provisions of
8aUl act nn'1 " s"ch claims us may on
t"0 said first of May, bo remaining In
tlio ofllco or tlio Paymaster General un
settled, shall bo transferred to tho Sec
ond Auditor of tho Treasury for settle
ment. Sec. 1. And be it further enacted. That
nil claims for bounty under tho provis
ions oi tno act cited In tho foregoing
c,,?n sI,aI1, bo 4vo11! u,1,es pouted In
d orl l'r'or to ti.o first day of Do-
Loyalty illustrated. General
Longstreet has.been appointed by arant
Survoyor of tho Port or Now Orleans j
while acn. Knlpo, a hero or fifty bat
tles, and who shed his blood Hko water
In tlio Union causo, ls'roinovod to mako
sians, who held ofllco during tlio war
and got rich speculating in mules, and
robbing tho Government. This Is tho
way arant rewards 'Royalty." Tho re
moval or such men as Knlpo, and tho
banishment or Hancock tho appoint
ment to lucratlvo offices, or all his rela
tives and thoso who have mado hi in
presents illustrates woll tho potty
character or tho man who broke his
pledged word to Andrew Johnson.
Justice Carter, or tlio District or
Columbia, enters his "protest" against
the proceedings or tho Supremo Court
or (lie United States, though out of re
spect for that tribunal ho consents 'to
obey its orders. Wo nro glad of this,
for It would bo awkwnrd Just now to
have tho fJupromo Court utterly extin
guished, though wo supposo Congress
could easily ma co a now one.
Wi! call our renders' attention to the
advertisement of Sharpless & llunnan
in another column. They have on
hand a fine assortment of Iron und
Wooden beam Plows of tho best kinds,
and for sale wholesale or retail.
IllnimuliltrK .llnrlcet llcforl.
Wlll'llt lrf I'llMlW
, f 1 m
, 1 M
. 12 Ml
., S mi
.. a si
O.tls. . " ,
Flour per mirrci
I'm Ic - - "
." 10 w
umi ktiuiiu -
liny iHirtmi -
IlcmlocU nojrd, 1- thouTnU-tiw
fl i Vi' S"""- 1 1
Bidina " " n.
J!;,.', Kcot0)1 ,,,,, t
' M '
I.IOlll Bircei wnw".
;Huii ,,i eininr "our a reed muisencmi
mM - cimmiir.o.
ft i i5!
Jluc)t wheat Eiour
lliitter tier lb
lMtutoea pr im
1- lux rseuu
liccr per 100 Ibi
l'otlt ' "
I.iird " B
Onion r" bushel..
Clover Becd ' " ...
ruum- , t3 ma r,.M
gf;we;jCn l$XZ !."!3:::rr;::...o:w o.m
,', wv,Vern .upline... c.tw.
l'ennsyivntini mm womitii uun ..." --
IVniisylvnuIn und Western l.uully ttglUW
lViinsylvniiiii nnd Western lailey lLows l j-Jj
W'iikai rennsylM.ulu rod, V bus
III... II, .Ml .
8; i. vi
Culiroinla. ". "
" wlilto "
Kvk l'euusylvnnhi ryo, X bm
CoiiN Yellow, "
Oats V bus
I'jtuvlHIONH .ic'ss j-oru, t urn
Dressed llutfs, (1S
tilnoked Hams "
anoiuuers 'r. 10
Uri'iw (Tliwersi'i'd J. lius
J iniomybteii v uus
CATTLl'-ISeef Cuttle TJ f
Cows, i head
itntvt-.n-it Ain-if nn ilm nth Inst, by itnv
William J. J.yer, iir. urms jui:i, .u
Harah Jlnuck, both of Ilo.irlngcreek township.
HAUOK LONOISNllEIiOKU-On the sum o day
liy tho Maine, Air. .mine, linnet 10 .is .-mo
LongonbciBtr, both of ltourliiKcnek township.
LEWIS STllUfSF.lt-On the samo day, by the
snnte, 1- rnucls Lewis, 10 ii.isa juiw i3iui.i
both uf Montour to.uishlp.
anisiNar.it-nuFr-oii the mil inst. by ti.o
llev. .1. .11. Ivice, .Mr. imvm iifisiitK--i ii wwi
Ellr.atictll llnir, both ol Espy, Til.
eo. til. ine lulll .us., uy join, jviiuiim u. ..
mlth to Mrs. Mury Aim Ilackenbach both of
l'OSTEN-JIiLLr.It-InllerwIck on tho 27th of
l'Cll. lbirj liy llltt .lev. M. u, Ituuues air. r. n.
lVsten, ot hcriuitnn, to Miss Jessi-i II. Miller ol
llet wick, Col. eo. l'u.
IIUItKI-: On tlio 10tlilnst.fttNcvColumbosMr.
Jiuuts Uurke uj;Ldaboul70 years.
Mr. liutkocinlgrn ted from Ireland many years
ago, und lived In many localities until thu year
1812 when he catno to Now Columbus, lu which
vicinity ho lcslded until old ngo aud other lullr
milks relieved him from hard work, ills princi
pal business for many years has been laying
stone fcnci-,nlthoni;h his head was almost bowod
to tho ground, llohad uo relations In America.
Ho wns liberal to n l.mlt, and loft about ennugh
toglvoiltlm n decent burial. Ho was an honest
WALLEV-On 1'itdny owning the 15th Inst, nt
:scu cniuinims, r-aura (laugiuer ui ..onu nun
ElmlrnWailey aged Oyears, after many years
nttllctlou Irom liillmatecs resulting Irom
ltOIlIbON'.-Ou tho 1th liitt. in Heott township
Mib. Mury K. Hoblson. vlioof W.u. C. ltoblsun.
ruitssEr.L-in Danville, on tho morning of tho
-mi iu-l.t .tiv, t. ii.it,c .nr. inn, imillllll muvnn
Mrs. Auu Adelaide, wjio uf Di. J. l'urc-U.
A 'MAL.VillOUa MONTH.
March, that ulvea us n new rresldent. Is ilbo
tho Inn ugural month of mauy harassing dUor
tiers. Entangled in lis fugs ate the bceds of
coughs, colds, nnd of that alternation of frigidity
nnd liro, moro widely known than ndiulred.cnll
ed fever nud ague. The only v ay to avoid these
little tiniileusautntkses,"ls to render the system
strong enough to light off Iho ulmosphcrlc poison
that pioduccs tliciu, mid Iho best way to endow
It will. Ibis lepUlcnt power Is to lone It with
HO.STETEIMS STOMACH HITTERS,
If a wayfarer wero credibly Informed that ..
liilUiin was wnltlugat the next corner, ho would
doubtless turn lu his trucks, and tako n safer
routoto Ids destination. With just ubotit tho
samo amount of (rouble, the attacks of diseases
prevalent nt this benson may bo evaded, Nay,
tlio trouble will bo less, for diug t tores Uo In
uury ono's route, nud every rcspcctnblo drug
gist In the Union keeps on bund IIOSTETTKIVS
BITTERS. Tho artlclo is a staple of trade, nnd
It would bo us easy to find a grocery without cu
gar, ns tho stores of nnnpotherary without this
popular toulo remedy.
In view of tho cspcrlenco of iho nation with
regard to tho article, during tho spneoof twenty
yours, It seems almost unnecessary to rccapllu
latolts merits to Americans. Hut na our popu
lation Is Increasing nt tho rato or ncouplo of mil
lions a yeurlu tho natural vay nndbylminlgra
tlou, It may bo ns well to hint to tho rising gene
ration nnd now arrivals, (tho old teltlers know
nil about It,) that HOSTETTEIl'.S BTOMACH
HITTERS la the most wholesomo und jiotent
vegctablo tonlocver manufactured; that It lsn
Bpeclllo for debility, dyspepsia, blllonsuess, nnd
mtastuntlo fevers j that It prevents, ns well ns
cures, theso complaints nnd their complications;
that It Is not "bad to lake," and is absolutely
NO T I O E .
Whereas my wife. Mary has left my bed nnd
board without any cause or provocation, this Is
in give nollco that ull persons nro lorhidden to
trustor harbor lier.on my aeeount.as I will niy no
debts of her contracting. DAnIki.UIOBII
Mar.l'JMMi Montour Twp. Mnr, 17, 1MI9.
'HUE undersigned will tako In ox-
JL change for Conl und arocerles, tho following
luiued nrtlHes : Wheat, Ryo, Com, Cits, I'otn
toes. Lard, Hiim,HhouIdcr,und side meat, llutter.
J;.gg, Jluy, Ao at tho highest cash prices, ut his
U.oceiy Btoie, udjoiulng their coal yard,
llloomsburg Mar. 10,'OtMy: W"
JJ Iho undersigned having purchased UioHtono
Ounrry of DanloILelby, known ns tho Dry tiaw
.Mill, mid-way between hero und Danville, will
bo pri pmed to supply stone of n superior quality
lor cellar walls, sills, water-tables, steps, paving
etc., ut nny point on tho cinul, nt u reasonable
distance either North-wan! or Houth-ward, as
soon us navigation opens,
Htone delivered lu any part of Illnnmshitrgat
miiderutu prices, J. HCllUYLHIt.
Mur ltVliD-st llloomsburg, Fa.
1? O R Ii E A S E .
X "This properly known as Iho "Lous Pond
i.otel," sllualid In Hulllwm County, on North
Mouutuln, Is for rent on reasonable terms.
The roinuntlo situation of tho place, Us line
hunting und ashing grounds inulie It uu uuusu
ully Hun place lor it summer re-ort.
l'lissetsluu glveu April 1st IsUI), For full par
ticulars apply lu person or by letter In
A DMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE,
xl EsrAi u ov John liiiii iumi, ukckaseo,
lA'tters of administration uu the istuto of
John llelchurd late of Madison twp., Colum
bia ')., dceeused.huvo beeu grained by the Regis
ter of )aid county toWllliaiuMastelltrof Ornuiio
twp. All iiersons huvlug claims or dtinands
iigulu. I thu estate of the decedent are requested
to inulie Ihem known, nud those Indebted to
Mar, l",'ia-(lt. Admliilstrntor.
j im uudcrslguod olfers at private salu
THIRTY ACRES Of LAND
lu a good ttuto of cultivation ou which is erected
udwellluj house und barn lu good order und
(onUltlo... ltlssltuiiled tiilliulouushlor lllouni
und wlthlu ten mluiiteswulkof tho Lour! House,
Fur lull iMrtlculaisnpplyutthisolllce.
Mnr.lU.'ou-Jiii. I'. 11. HROt'KWAY,
L A T Fi R O O F 1 N O,
II V II It Y
V A H 1 II T Y fl
MOST FAVORABIiK RATKtf, Ifl
.lOlttf.TllQMAS, Al CABPEU J. TIIOMi ,S
llox, 277, DtOOMSBUlM, ixlt
pilOWlrtAt WIM. IH2 UEOIIlVill) mil
X the tmilorslKhi'it Oc.iiiiiill leo tit Niimi,iiMl V
tiinliln county oil Hull rdny Iho li th ot April in
Iwiwccti tho hours of ID nmi .1 o'clock of nil ,'r"
for me erection on. uiiv.- i,iitiii-iiiiii!ijij?ri,i.L
Itcrnrmoil Church i) WW fUotwlUitl,illerl, tV.
nud Hiicclllctitloiu will ho exhibited on d,t ,1
letting. T0UM ituiNtlOLT), 1 1r
JAt'Oll I.ONO, I Oommitu'!!"
Nli W COAL Y A It ), :
Tim ithdcreluned respectfully Inform ui,,
citizen of llloonmburK : nnd CultimliU couti "ri
Hint they keep nil tho dlllerent numbers o" ,'nn
eonl nnd Kelccted lump coal for smithing Mmihrr
o, on their whnrr, ndjolnlna M'Kelvy, uJ
Co'Bl'iirnnceiWlthnKimd p.ilr of llslWo '
on tho wlmrf, to welsh iiml, liny, nud , a
Likewise a horsa nnd wngon, to deliver coiijEr
those who deslro It. As they purchase u t-TH
ninount of ennl.they Intend tokecpnsiiinrrl: k
llcle, niuUellnttho very lowest prices. l'u.lt
enll nud examine, for yourselves Wf.iro mwiI'
1, elsewhere. g1'
JOHN C. YEAGER & CO.,
Wholesale Dc.ilers lu
HATH, CAPS, HTHAW OOObrt, AM,
No. 2j" North Third Street,
IIARPLES3 & IIARMAN,
KAtii.t: rou.NDKY ash jianui'Actuiiino
TIIK CTLKUBATEI) MONTHOSE InoS lmV 1
the iiutton wouiikn jikam rum
Cn-sUngs nnd Flro Prick for repairing rltrst
upon siuirt notice. ' .
ntnnniKlmrg, lit. l'rur'iie n,
I.N THE DlSTllICT COUIIT OF THE llNITK.il Sl,-
fOIl HIKWrsTEHN IHSTlllCT OF rENNSYIrulU
Oci). I-'enslermnchcrn ILinkrupt under the i
Congress of Starch 2d, 1NI7. having iipiiiii j', 1 '
Dlscnnrgo from nil his debts, nnd other c ,ivl
provnblo under hnldAct.by order ot tli t "
isotice is liEiuniv OIVEX, to all Creditor, till)
havo proved their debts, nnd oihcrpersoimi.
rested, to appear ou tho )3th day of Apr ,
at 1 o clock 1", M before E, Overton, jf'ilF
lleglster, at tho i:xchango Hotel In Illiioin-k "
l'u., to show cause, If any they have, wliy njTg
chargo should not no granted to tho snl.llLnn
rupt. And lurtlier, nollco is herehy ghen,
the second nmi Third incctlnpsof Uieilitorn, ioi
unld llniikrupt, required by Unii'Ttli mul 2-a,
ttonsnfsnld Act, will bo had before tlm ry
lleglster, nl tho samo lime and place.
8. C. SICUANllI.KSS 'I
ClerkofU.H. District Court lor said DtatJ m
r E1IIOH VALLEY AGUICULIn,,
XJL HAL. CUISM1UAL WOUKK. "
BREINIG & HELFRICII. 1"
llllEINia'S COMl'I.ETi; of
BON E M A N U it 11. V
A concentrated mauurocomblulngll.cri: f.
HONE, Willi tho ncllvo elements of l'r.l'.l . j '(
UUANO, AMMOIACAL JIATTEH. A- ti(
SUPER PHOSPHATE OF U)PT
NOTICE. Wo preparo but the out; nr.rt'
guaranteeing It as stniidarit, relidilo iimfilr
suit (lltlercnt Ideas of prices ate genera!!; jet
duced by dlitereut proporllous ol udtiltur.. e
l-'iirmeis can save money by t educing the ,
ly tnemseivcs, wo u-.o only none annuo ijh
ntiatlcOuannfor Phosphate of Lime, fcc
'Farmers' Mauuro Uulde," For salo at.Mjn B1!
turer's rato by '
A..T. AT.1SKUTKON. IlnhrsliUR CO
Mnr.lD.'KJ-Cm. WALTER SCO IT.CatMiil l,
Tin: nubile arc hereby notified that eni1
of Feb. thuuuderslgneit purchased atl'mut,,
sale the following personal properlyef H.uoi
and that he has hired the samo to snl.l
Ono llrsy Hurse, One May Horse; iinsiit.i. Iff
of Tug Harness, and ono llrown Cow.
All persons nro cautioned against Ititi -will,
or molesting the same. I
Hlonmsbtirg Mar..),(jD-at A. J, DM!'
'Uio public nro licreby notHUnl Unit on tf
day oi Mm clt, tho undersigned lurctu-l.
Ctinalnblu'H Halo tlio follow lhg iiorsunal d
oT Uiivld Shook nnd Unit ho 1ms lout ml Ui CV
to Alluo hliook : una gray muiv, oik1 Kit",
nt hu, ono t-ooklna Htovy, ono bud und u-unf;
ono dining table, onu pair of hoh-Hh'ds.Mii
ono Kuwlng Htaml.ono htt lly-netH io iiity-91-1
All persons nro cautioned ugntn&t luu."7(
with or molesting tho samo.
MaraiVW-St AI.FltKIU'l tl
J)UBLIC SALK .y,
OV VAlAJAULU ItUAL UVl'ATU rtl
Tho undersigned, Kxecu tor of the hut w
tstainetitof IsaHo I)fivl3,liitt)onieavt'rhiKe(
Columbia county, 1 'on usyivnniu.de. van
exjHe to sale, by publlo vendue, on 'lJiiirOi
April bth, lWJt nt J o'cloolc in tho nfttniu '--loilowlugdf-bcribed
Ileal UsUUe.to wit. SB
Thact o. 1. All that c-itnlii tiact fif,o,
ly, nnd puitly in Jiuiivcriwp.. Columbl.1 jl
bounded and described us follow: lUii.
a cheutnut oak at u corner on thu county. fl
twet'ii Kclutyilcfll nnd Columbia; themi-l Jl
or pat ties unknown norm (seventeen iuu ?V
degrees east lvi perches to n Mono ; ID m
InmU now or formerly lu tho iiHincof K
vIh, south t.venty.tvo und it hnlfdinr
one hundred and se enty-ulno perches to
t hencu by lands or tho hiitno not 111 ono na .X.
devices e4ist Mxty-four perches to nclieL i'
thencu houth lorty nnd u half degrees uu r l
ty-lourpercbeHtonguiu; theneu MHitln i o
boven nnd n half degrees ctrnt 1M -olght-tentlis
perches to n btoue: tht-iu. u
foity i ightnnd a half degree eust il it.
clght'tiulhs erhes to n btono; thtu Q'
boventcen and a half degrees east one ' r t
and loity-threo nnd four'tenth pert- ,
chosluuloak; thetieo soiuhlllty-onuauli rll
tlejtrces west ninety perches toaehtn..
theneo north beventyawo and a hull' diKft JU
threo hundtcduudbcvcuty percht'bto H fi
oi besinntug, W
CONTAINING 43S ACItES A!??
nnd nllownuco ; about 370 acres nf Iili lu
to tn Union townhhfp, HelaiyJklll (oul pe
many this Is lcnownas tho "Jlctliur Tnu
tit to Is guaranteed. 'U.
'HtACvKo, ii. Allthatcertnlnpiecoof- ,
Ing in Heaver twp. nforebuld, boumltila
beiibod ns iullows: llt'tjiunlngat a iostc tti
of Jumes M'Neal, (now land of UarnS.
Ulainguuit)houthono liundie.l nnd sixty oi
mul ouo-halfdegreei vcitoueUuuilndaii li
ty-ulx peichestoa pine; theucoby vacai.SU
bouth beventy-threo nnd oneliaif uVfjtv-q,
thieo huudred and ulxty-two perches to,wu
nut; thence by vacant laud (now Jbiiac o
nonh ono hun. 1ml and bixty-bfceuaimP f
degrees east ontt hundrtd and;iiluely-(.Ul
to uu nhh; theuco by land of Jumes Mi!,
or Imr.'tnliin, I Innii-o I ).i li n Inm I Ii t.L'f lit fJ
und one-half degues wtbt. threo huinlftiH-
biiiy-vwo percues loiuopiucooi m,u" 7p(
AU OlJ-tUUltiit Al""
moro-or less, It being the same piece
l. unit nun sum uv iuu i,uiiiiiiiB't""' n,
bl county. for Uxes July ltfth. Jtt'A mul tf'"f
Charles ft Maun and WM, Hurley. ir
leod was made tot'. t Maun, und bt-lttft i
)nrtot lour huuilrcdandelgiitetunnJow Oil
ucreiaslies lu Columbia t-ouuly, of
land surveyed forUauitl Hcwi hy lrW t
miit dated ttieUrd day ol January A.
boingthoHumo pieeu of land which j w"
Muuu did by his Indenture, dated theMUQ tj
May A, 1. Iti'xt. convey to llurtou W. mrit-.
thact jmo. a, All Uu
bltuuto In Union two, h
I thai ceilalu pl ' Ull
heap, adjoining landsof Isano lavl w''u J
ouo-hulf degrcts cast ono hundred "? ua
tenths perches to u hemlock s thence jiww-. ,
of i'eter I'oos north six und ouc-lialf uariy
luiu. iiieueu iiuiiii."'-"''
gluuiug, eontululug j.'
TWENTV-IIVE AOItra FiKT'V1
TitACT No. J. All that ce.Iiil:. i'.t
situate lu Htnver twp, Columbia iui ;i .""a
oud described mm follons; liiglnulng t 'ijj
on luud of Isuao Davis, north sevi-iu;i u w
hall degrees west one hundred uud '",. t'
perches to u stone; theuco by laud u"
noith nlneleen degrees east euo ""r',, l
lllty peiches lo a stone; theneu by lau", ,,,111
Duvlauo.tu tweuty.eliht degriea 'K
twnperelies to hsiouj; thence Uy w"1; ,, 1
Davis north one nnd n hall dctru-s enw
one uud u hull pel'cues lo lite place ul l"s'"Pi
ONU I1U.MIKEU AND KU-TEKN ACHES ASBTI'ilJ
t'lVB 1-E11CI1E, K,
It being tho same t ract of land n hlch l'?!'1.?.'
eonveywl to Isano It. Davis by dei-d ' J,. I?
ment Haled August ISth, A.I.tM,uml " ,J
iippriilsed toCutharlno A. Davis wl""'
H. Davis, lata of Denver two deceased, w.t
Her share of Isaao 11. Davls.decoased, .'' J
under Iho thieu hundred dollar ipi0l
and tho samo tract which the said Cai'w .
Davis deeded to iiurinu W. 1'ortucr If ml
denture dated May 3rd, A. D. Mas. ,. I,
'Ihe ubovo laudsaru lu closepr-ixhiill) "
yvLsai.-riek, aud Ihu Cutowl.su lull """fa
thruugh iHirlluus of them, and they
AUS CONVKNIENT TO THK COAl BBC,1!)
being only 8 miles from Shennndiiah 01' y
sixty.inreo und luur-tenuis perciirs . - r
oult; thence along lands of Isuao D..uwV-iy-seven
and ouo-half degrees west,0"8,"..!'!
and forty-ono perches to a i lone liW'i.
south loity.elgl.t uud ono-lialf SfJIM
chiuumouey to lie paid down I one-louri jn
months, und Ihu lu.laueo lu one jour. l
lenst slid Willi upproied ccuiliy.
areiuiuesteii lumeet ul llehrlg ' HIii it
tluiu.ipiHjIiited lorthesalii lulx-iilu, ..
Ilimsus iDthe title, and uihtr malt. II.
sutlsluclorlly uiism ered, JmofKVl
Mnr. I.'.W-SI. ' '