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KIUUAY MUUNINO, APUlt, 1(1, i860,
-TIIK COLUMBIAN has the Largest
Olrenlntlotl of knr tinner ptitillslieii In
Norllicrn Pennsylvania, anil If alio i
much larger sheet than mny of Its eotem
nararlrtf ncl Is therefor, the best medium
far advertising In this section oflhn Stale
Tint Aillowlng nameil gentlemen tinveretiuett'
a I lis to annouuco their names ns Candidates for
iheofllcoor County Superintendent!
CIIAHLKS a. UAKICI.UV,
JOHN II. PATTO.V,
WILLIAM II, SNVDIClt,
Tito TrcuNiiry nml (ho RnltroadH
Ac-nliist tlio People.
The crovvnlng act of lri fHiiiy Una been
reitclicil In tliti history of Pennsylvania
kt;lsliUlon. Ixcvcr beforo was witness
ed In otir legislative1 linlls so humllint
nig'timl disgraceful u scene. Tlio State
Treasurer elect, with his staff und sup
tirtertf, Joins hand In hand wlh htgh
rail way ofllclals.andoenly.iind shame.
la-Mly, Beeks Io relievo (ho railways nnd
oppress the peoplo. Tho treasury Is to
bo gorged and tho burdens of tho rail
road kings lessened, lot who will suffer.
We paint no fancy sketch, but write the
word or sober earnestness'. Tho in
famous tax bill, which has bought its
way through tho lowpr House, oy tho
uso of every corrupt appliance, Is 'now
p6nding in the Senate. The market is
transferred from tho House to tho Sen
ate The State is to bo robbed of $100,-
000, her legitimate annual incomo from
gross receipts of railways. A tax of
$1,000 per day Is to bo imposed upon tho
productions petroleum, and tho weak
operators in nnthrucllo coal aro to bo
mado to pay it quarter of n million
moro than now. Kvury cottage that Is
litbya coal oil lamp or warmed by a
I) rd coal flro Is ,mado to pay n tribute
to tho rapacity of n coinblnf.llon or
treasury and railway. Tho money of
mo people ami tho inllucnceof tho man
who Is its sworn custodian by law, aro
inauo to aid In their oppression ; and
hordes of now olucers, and searches
"by night and by day," Inquisitorial
visits in every mine, at every o II well
nnd in every distillery, aro to bo emrraft.
ed upon our system of taxation to feed
tho cormorant like rapacity of the ring,
headed by ihb now State Treasurer.
Wo honest mail can be found consorting
wan inese thieves. JNo man who votes
for thl infamous bill but Incurs tho
risk of political damnation und person
al disgrace. We know tho Influences
that are seeking to break up tho solid
pnaianx that our Senators now present,
Nay more wo know how much actual
money three of them .have been offered to
desQrt tho standard of their, party, to
betray tiieeoplp, and to aid in tho pas
sago of this bill. JQut wo do not,beliovo
tnat they win succumb to thesq vile in
fluences orpandJr to so gross a wrong.
If,rafter u solemn pledcu to stand bl
each other In resisting this Infamy, any
one, oi uiem snouiu ho so recreant to his
duty as to yield to tho money bid for
jum, wo snail tjot hesitate to hold him
up to Jho merited, hisses of an outraged
peoplo, anil will proclaim to nil tho
laud the price wherewith ho has been
bought. Tho treasury and the railroads
have combined against tho people. The
last, jhopo of tlio peoplo is with the de
mocracy of tho Senate and tho unbought
few of the party in power. ,Stnnd Arm.
Mb rn ing, patriot.
.Does it Pay to Make a Rag Car
vpv. JennlqT. Hazen, in tho Western
Jlurat, says no and specifies as follows:
In tho. first place, if you reckon your
time as worth anything, it don't pay.
In, tlio second place, if you cut, or
tear up garments which might bo worn
longer as they aro, or cut over for some
other purpose, it don't pay.
If you buy near cloth, rod or grcon
as I have known women to do it don't
If .you devote all your tlino to It, to
the utter exclusion of other duties, It
If you hiro It woven and pay fifteen
corns per yarn, It don't nay.
jr you weavo It yourself, up.stalra In
a cold room, or In tho wood house, and
tuKo a colli which may tcrmlnuto
Minething very serious, if not faUtl, it
M juii uuy ytiur uyusiuiis ttlllie pre
em prices, it uon't pay.
If you can' do any other kind of work
mid earn n carpet, It don't 5uy.
If It Is mado for tho "othor room.'
nnd Is to bo kepf immaculate Ironi tho
tread or profatio feetr except on com
pany days, it don't pay.
If It Involves tho sitting up, of half
mo liigiii wnen naturo demands reposo
If it inakoi you nervous and cross
and you M-old your husband, nnd spank
mo cnuuren, it uon't pay.
ffiiK Connecticut Election.
Lust Monday's election In Connecticut
resulted in tho cholco of Jewell, Itadical.
over English, Democrat, by about five
nuuureu mnjorlty, Quint's majority last
ran was two thousandnlno hundred and
thirty-six. Dixon, Democratic candl
date for Congress, was defeated, leaving
tho Dekgitlou stand two Democrats,
unu two xiepuuucans, a loss to us or one,
Twitchkll, the Philadelphia mur
tlercr, cheated the gallows or a victim
by committing eulcldo. Tho history of
mis casofroin beginning to end, and the
career of all tho members of the faml
Jy, have displayed tho most shocking
.immorality. The other murderer, Ea
ton, who killed Ileaan, was duly exe
cuted. Michkmn has Just elected eight
Democratie'judges in sixteen Judicial
district.. This will do for a beginning.
T-Lately a preacher, named DIetr,
traded his daughter for tho wlfo of a
farmer named liurns, living near Eff
ingham. III., agreeing to pay 1-5,000 to
boot. Dietis took, tlio wlfo to St Louis
and yc(l with her till last wock.wiun,
Id un unlucky moment, ho went to her
it?"18' "ving failed to pay tho boot
MVurn.Vtt1 hI,n arrested forfco
otmo out wlri,''whcn 1,10 wholo story
Sitniiirl S. Cox In Coi-itlm
Till! jVetr l'ork World of April
contains two letters from tills gentle
man, dated tho llh nnd (iih of March
from AJiu'cIo In the Island of Cuinloii,
(tho hlrtlfphiroor Napoleon, ) which wp
liitvo roiiil Willi iiiui'li plt'tisure, They
tiro sprightly mid interesting and wo
would gladly transfer them to our col
uinns were It not for their great length,
Our readers, or many of them, will ro'
member tho'cxccllcnt speech mndo by
Mr. Cox In tho Court House here last
fall, pending tho Presidential election,
in which wit and argument were ail
mirably blended, nnd will bo glad to
learn that his health Is greatly Im
proved by his sojourn in Europe. Ho
will return in tlmo to lake his sent In
Congress at I ho opening of tho next rcg
ular session In December, Invigorated
for the work beforo him, and prepared
to Instruct his colleagues nnd largely
Inllucnco tho proceedings of tlio House.
"Corsica," (Mr. Cox says,) "is out of
tho route or European travel. It has
not been written up or down. It lsono
of JUyard Taylor's 'byo ways' of trav
el. Tho vcry fragranco or tho isle tlio
result of IU uncultivated land has
preserved It from tlio curiosity and van
dalimn of common travel. A fow Amer
icans, a fow English, nnd n row French,
on business, or sporting, nnd within a
year or so for health, como to Corsica;
but their -sojourn is confined to this
place, (AJncclo,) or to n r.ico across tho
Island in a tllligenco to it istia."
Coreim I distant ninety miles rrom
the French coast. It Is traversed by
high mountain ranges from tho north
west to tho Kouth-cnst, creating .most
picturesque scenery, and its coasts nro
washed by tho comparatively warm
waters of tho Mediterranean Sea. An
cquiiblo climate, and. great diversity of
production and landscape, render It In
viting, and its history is colored by ele
ments of romancennd of patriotic effort
to secure or maintain Its Independence.
Among tho nativo productions of tho
island, tho Chestnut trco has a conspic
uous place. Tho fruit is much larger
titan that produced in this country and
is valuablo as food. Mr. Cox, says :
"It may not bo amiss to say a word
about tho chestnut. II Is tho banu anil
tho blessing of Corsica. It grows on the
high clovatioiis, and requires no euro as
tlio olivo does. It Is moro plentiful on
tho eastern side or tho Island; In fact,
on that side there is n clrclo of laiid
called Castagniccia, or chestnut conn
try. There tho people livo almost on
tlrely on chestnuts. Whoro tho chest
nut forests abound lit addition to their
fruit a little olivo oil, i llttlo wine,
fow figs,. nnd son'.ctimcs a kid or a wild
sheep, furnish tho food. Itisthlschanco
food, picked without labor, to which is
attributed much of 'tho Improvident,
lazy and independent habits of tho Cor
sienna. Tho dry chestnut is fed to the
horses. They like It. It is hard, but
they grind it in their mouths as sweet
morsels. The people uso, it roasted
sometimes,- but generally mado into
flour. Tho chestnut, cakes wo had nt
Cauro, from an old brigaud hunter, were
delicious and nutritious. They aro
baked in square, fiat pans, and have the
color of our buckwheat. When the
Pisans, Genoeso and French undertook
to subjugate Corsica, the "Chestnut
Boys" beat them. Their rations cost
little. Hemmed in by, mountnlns'and
rocks, hiding In caves, whllo other
parts .of tho island succumbed to the
yoko of tho foreigner, tho independent
chestnut eater was unsubdued. It, is
not a new kind of food hero. It is as
old as, tho earliest traditions of tho is
land. Tho mother of NU'
poleon, it is, known, had n dairy, when
at Paris, for goat's milk and brocclo,
Doubtless tho youngandold Napoleons
preserved this family affection for the
food of their nativo land. There is a
good deal of fight in chestnuts. Tho
brigands, who havo hardly yet been ex'
terminated, had n ready supply of this
homq-made belllgorcnt aliment. They
retlro on It to. their fustnesses and defy
starvation and surrender. Perhaps tho
world is indebted for its I3onapartcs
to chestnuts I''
Wo havo room for ono moro extract
only, in which tho "palpablo hit" at
lien. Butler is good.
"Tho ladles of our party, not contont
with glances at tho sea through tho
magic aerial .mountain prospective so
eulogized by Buskin nnd so Illustrated
by Bierstadt, led mo, not unwilling,
along a steep track for n milo beyond
tho chapel on tho road, to a point over
looking tlio coast and almost overh ing
Ing tlio wild foam beneath. There,
amidst jagged and ragged rocks, ripped
and torn by tho mud elements of a date
lesscpoch, wo enjoyed view upon view,
"splendors far sinking into splendors
without end." Ear along tho coast to
tho south, and reaching far along tho
CJulfof Sagone to tho north, oven as fur
ofT as (he Greek colony of Cargheso
(which wo afterwards found lost no
beauty by being near to It), tho oyo
could scan in tlio clear air, mado moro
clear by tho bright cerulean of tho wa
ter, all tho indentations of this wonder
ful coast. The ben was not calm. Jt
mado mo think or Tennyson's lino:
"League-loux rollers thundering pn the shore"
Tho immediate surroundings or this
romantic spot wero beyond all expres
sion wild and grand. At the cxtremo
point or tho promontory thero was an
amphitheatre, and within It was stand
lug or sitting, what might, with no ex
travaganco of fancy, bo likened to t
grand granite Congress. True, tlicso
petrified Congressmen wero as silent as
Congress is not. Thplr gestures wero
rather stiff for eloquent gentlemen.
Their heads I speak with parliament
ary respect, under tho rules wero hard
We picked out of tho group tho Hon,
Mr. W. nnd tho Hon. Mr. B. and tho
Hon, Mr. S turl other notabilities,
Thero was one half-boultler, half-gran-
ltosort of member, whom wo all agreed
was u general as much renowned in do
bate as In war, in discussion as In con
cussion. With all regard to tho pro
prieties, I, clambered ou top or this
honorable member's bald head, and
undertook, under tho fivo-mlnuto rule,
to glvo him voice. I rolled up my
sleeves and "waded" in. Tho surf bo
low bellowed its applause Tho Uzzards,
which were lobbying around, carao out
to see. An occasional goat looked down
from tho galleries of rock nbovo nnd
seemed to shako his head in gravo ac
quiescence. My tlmo expired. Down
camo the gavel and down camo I, Tho
lidles called tho previous question,
which was "lungh," and wo wero soon
off to tho chapel and tho mountains,
striking eastward for St. Andrea upon
a forest road.'
Tui: Spiritualists in Now York aro
rapidly Increasing in numbers.
The Coliiitihtu County Invasion
Tin: troops collected 'in tho manner
described In our rormor number, moved
irum inn 1'itir urounus near lilooms
burg on Sunday, Aug. Hist, 1801, and
nuvonccd up l'lshlnccreek. on tlio Or
nngovlllo road. They wero under tho
immcaiato command or Lieutenant Col.
Stewart. Tho column was escorted by
a largo number of ltcpubllcans In bug
gies and carriages. Tho Torco was coin.
posed upon tho highest principles or
iiiiuuiry un, iiiiuiitry, cavairy nnu ar
tillery being united In proper propor
tions, nnd tho ling or tho United States
prostituted Tora basapurposo, was borno
In front But tho great fcaturo of tho
scono was tho civilian escort. It was
for them ajoyfuISutidayand their looks
spoKo ineir cxuiiation. ho tar as titey
wero concerned mo cnu'cncs wcronDan
dolled, tlionuIotoHho day disregarded.
and a political raid upon their fellow
citizens attended and encouraged, Their
passions wero ratified and their bones
wero strongly excited nt tho prospect of
political nuvitntago irom mo iirmcu oc
cupation of our territory, and tho appli
cation of military lufluenco to our elec
tions. Up past tho Forks, over Cedar
Hill, through Light Street, nlong tho
nnrrows oeyonu, nil mo way tourango
vllle. streamed tho military lino and
tho Itadical escort "in nil tho pomp
aim eiieiiiiisiaueu oi inglorious war.
Beneath tho hot rays or an August sun
tho Invasion approached tho doomed
region or the Upper Townships, In
which Its oxplolts wero to bo performed
and its Inramy mado complete. Wo
will not novi'. however, follow further
thti military ndvanco to tho North, but
Will, return to Bloomsburg and traco
,On Saturday, August 27th, Mojor
ueucrai ueorgo uauwuuiuicr arrived
hero from Phi adclnhla to ossumo com
mand, and ho continued his
progress up tho creek tho nextduy with
thrco hundred additional troons. Atraln
Was Sunday selected to nush troons for.
ward to tho proposed sccnoof operations.
Tho Gctirral returned to Bloomsburg
on Tuesday, tho 30th. nnd hud Inn?
conferences witli leading ltddlcals; and
during the night or tho 30th, upon or
ders from him, troops wero posted at
various points In tlio upper townships
and nt the break of dav next tntirnlni?
about, ono hundred eitlzmis worn nrrnst..
cdand marched to a meeting hotiso near
ine vniagooi uenton. iicro tney wero
subjected to a summary ortlcal nnd in
spection, their cases being passed upon
,oy a bcounurci oiucer in tno puipit up
on whispered consultations with prom-
lncnt Radicals of tho neighborhood.
We say "a scoundrel officer" with good
reason; for ho was subsequently tried
by a military court .and convicted as a
villain nnd wo liavo besides tho proof at
hand (which will bo hereafter civenl
that ho extorted a bribe from ono of our
citizens under circumstances of peculi
ar lnfatny. There was no open exami
nation oi mo cases oi tno arrested men
nor any opportunity afforded them for
explanation or defense Whispered
consultations between their malicious
political enemies who wero on tho nul
pit platform or near It, and tho 'miltary
'satrap whoso will and word stood in
place of nil law and justice, constituted
the grounds orjudgmentby which they
should bo discharged or ordered into ex
ile from their homes to,bo incarcerated
In distant prisons. Finally a part of
mum wero uiscnargea wunout any rea
son assigned for their arrest or. explana
tion of their discharge; but, forty-llvo
wero ordered under guard to Blooms
burg, thenco to bo conveyed by rail by
way of Harrisburg and Philadelphia to
Fort MilUIn on tho Delaware. The
prisoners wero, nearly.qll driven on foot
iitvu eauie, mu long io nines irom iten
ton to' Bloomsburg, without breakfast,
and had no meals furnished to them on
their way to Philadelphia.
As they werq marched .through
Bloomsburg, a loyal and christian lto
publicnn, who stood gazing at them in
the oxuberunco of 'his io v. said ho "felt
as ir ho could stick a knife into them;"
and was replied to by another in rebuke
of his blood-thirsty heart; "perhaps you
had better try It." Thov reached Fort
Mlfllin on tho first day of September!
Ono of tho number was released on tho
second day after tho arrest.
Tho names of tho persons arrested
and detained with Ihelr ages and occu
pations! and leneth of Incarceration.nro
us follows :
NAMES. AOE. OCCtJl'ATIOJI, DETAINED.
Daniel M'IIiury 37 farmer & iner' i ta.
Ellas J. JI'Henry 31 " TOilayg
3A farm. A but.
8 ruo. It
farmer Jk lumb.
Samuel Appleman 43
William Appleman SI
Reuben Appleman 23
4 mo. 2
Thomas Appleman 22 "
James Mcllenry 41 merchant
Dyer I.. Clmplu,
"Win. E. Roberts
4 mo. 0
4 mo. 3
8 mo. U
4 mo. 3
John J. Stiles
29 Inu lceeier
Hiram F. Everett
Htott E. t'olley
Joseph Van Slcklo
llohr M'llenry 33 farmer !t tils.
John Kams so
tJohn C. Karm 23 "
Montgomery Colo 4U 14
llussell M'llenry 20 '
James Evaus S3 "
II. If. Hurllman 21 carpenter 4)
Win. Hurlymau ll)lfa,riner r,l '
Valentine. Fell 49 blacksmith a ino. 11 '
JJoliult. Davis M farmer 03
Armlllu Davis 20 carKUtcr a mo. s "
Samuel M'lfenry'57 farmer 4 m0, n
M. I). Appleman 21 whcolwrlaht .11
John Baker llfurmrr ta "
Abram Hartman 2!l ' 4 mo. 4
Was u soldier In tho war of 1812.
'Died In tho Kort
tHecn In the service nine- months,
islck when arrested.
JUraftal while in the West, nnil Irnnur nf.tlil...
of It until he arrived at home.
Nono of these persons, wo bnllnvn.
twiiit too ono cxccniiou noted i wrn
drafted men, ornmcnabloupori any pro
tenso whatover to tho turlsdlctlon nf
uauwaiiaucr men moved his force un
inu uruuis. uuyunu Jienion, autl liuntCU
I I 1 . A . . . .
nan uirecuons lor mo l-ort. i'ioid n n-
ccs and Intrenchmcnts, forawook. Ho
camo oacK to ISIoomsburir after llm
search, nnd In an interview with Sena
tor uucuaiow. Jndco Ulwell nnd Ool
Tate, pronounced "tho wholo thing a
cuuipieio turco." -no ieit inoomsourg
for ids homo in Philadelphia, on Wed-
nesuay evening, sepieinuer 7tn, lbui.
UHiuEOTioN. aomo tlmo ago wo
published an account of tho arrest of
Thomas Donahoo upon tho charge of
theft. Ilo requests us to publish tlio
Commonwealth of Penn'a.
Schuylkill County b,H.
Personally appeared beforo me. tho
subscriber, ono of tho Justices of tho
rcaco in and for mo county aforesaid,
Bernard Murry or tho township of Cou-
ngimm in mo county or uoiumuiu and
tato aforesaid, who. unon belnt? dulv
sworn, dotli donoso that tho charge pre
ferred by tho Commonwealth vs. Tho3.
Donahoo, viz: assault nnd battery, antl
highway robbery, is an unfounded
clmriro on my part. I do furthermore
solemnly swear to tho best of my beliof
and Knowicugo that tno said Thomas
jjonauoo imu no nanu, act or part in
tho stealing of.mv watch and I do
firmly bcliovo that tho said Thomas
Donahoo Is as Innocent of tho chnrgb as
tho child unborn.
Sworn and subscribed beforo mo thin
seven teen th day or March, A. D, 18UU,
M. DohkrtY, I JAMES LOVE,
B. Doheuty, I J. P.
'Washington, April 7.
IlEVEJlDY JOHNSON IlECALLKD.
The President, it is learned to-night,
has directed tho recall of Minister Itov
only Johnson from tho Court of St.
James. Secretary Fish lias already
sent tho official request to Mr. Johnson
Washington, April 8.
a rant's mcssagoof yesterday, rccom
mending legislation toward tho recon
structlon (?) of Virginia and Mississippi
was followed this morning, by a meet
ing of tlio IIouso Reconstruction Com
rnittcc, nnd tho reporting of a bill in
oxact accordance with tho suggestions
of tho Executlvo. This racasuro of
courso, was adopted with llttlo or no
debate. Yeas, 120; nays, 21. ,Even
some of the Democratic members so far
forgot themselves and their duty to
their constituents nnd tho country as to
voto with tho Radicals In tho nfllrina-
tlvo. Tho bill now goes to tho Senate,
and its fata in that body is not so cer
tain. Tho Judiciary Committee rccom'
mended no, nctlon, but tho friends of
tho measure will, no doubt, forco it to n
vote, if possible, oven through tho ses
sion should not bo extended.
Washington, April 9.
Tho bill reorganizing tho Judicial
system of tho Government has' gond to
tho President for his approval. It cre
ates nlno Judicial circuits, in which
courts shall bo held by circuit Judges,
and not by assoclato Justices of tho Su
premo Court, although It does not pro
hibit them from sitting with tho circuit
Judges in the trial of cases. It adds ono
moro to tho present number or assoclato
Justices or tho Supremo Court, and pro-
vldes'for tho 'retirement of any justice,
who shall havo attained tlio ago of sev
enty years and served on tho bench for
ten years, on full pay. It provides that
tho salary of circuit Judges shall bo &,-
000 per annum. No appointments can
bo mado under its provisions until after
tho 1st of December noxt.
REMOVAL OF POLITICAL DI8A1HLITIES.
Tho IIouso to-night, at 0 o'clock, after
much sharp debate, passed by a baro
two-thirds vote ninety-seven to forty
seven a hugo Political Disabilities bill
containing nearly a thousand names
This bill goes to tho Senate, and at tho
samo tlmo thero Is n Senato bill or tho
samo character on tho Speaker's table.
which will bo passed beroro adjourn
Tho Senate to-day, after qulto
lengthy debato passed tho IIouso bill
relatlvo to tho reconstruction or Vlr
glnla, Mississippi nnd.Texas, with sov
cral amendments, tho most important
of which was tho ono proposed by
Morton, compelling tho nbovo mention'
ed States to ratify tho so-called fifteenth
amendment to tho Constitution, as a
precedent to tho restoration of said
States to representation in Congress
Tho House, this ovening, concurred in
tho amendments of tho Senate, and the
bill will bo sent to tho President to'
morrow for his signature. Tho orders
of Grant appear as binding on tho Leg'
islatlvo Department as on tho army.
Thero was no thought, of such a bill two
days ago. Tho Executlvo command
however, insured its passago.
Washington, April 11
Tho first session of the Forty-first
Congress expired nt noon yesterday,and
although tho Senato will convene In
extraordinary session at twelve o'clock
m, to-morrow tho two Houses will not
meet again for legislative business until
tho first Monday in December' next,
unless sooner called together by procla
matlon of tho President, which is, by
no means, probable.
Tho .adoption by tho Houjc, yester
day, of Mr. Banks' resolution of sym
pathy with tho Cuban insurrectionists,
and promising support to tho President
In tho event or his recognition or the
independence of tho de facto or would
bo de facto government of that Island,
will, in all probability, bo followed by
a proclamation from tho Exccutivo
within tho ensuing thirty days, recog
nizing tho aforesaid insurrectionists as
tho governing power of tho island. It
Is. well known that Grant has been in
favor of this courso over slnco his acces
sion to tho Presidency, and tho support
guaranteed him by tho IIouso yesterday
Is considered amply sufficient to justify
tho nction contemplated by tlio head of
tho Exccutivo Department.
CONFIRMATION OF ASHLEY.
"Impeacher" Ashloy was confirmed
by tho Senato early yesterday morning
as Governor or Montana Territory,
His confirmation was strongly resisted
by a number of tho moro prominent
Republican Senators on tho ground that
his character, as disclosed In his famous
correspondence with ono Caso about
speculating in "town sights," y,as not
such as to cntltlo him to tho confidence
of tho Senato. Ho was, howovcr, con'
firmed by a voto or21 to 20, aU tho"car'
pet-baggers" supporting him. and all
tho moro respectablo ItepublIcon3 and
tno Democrats opposing him.
Washington, April 12,
Tho following nominations wero sent
to the Senato to-day :
Minister to England J. Lothrop
Money of Massachusetts.
Minister to Ilussla A. G. Curtln.of
Minister to Austria John Jay, or
Minister Resident for Bolivia Loop
Minister to NIcaraugua James R.
Partrldgo, of Maryland.
Minister to Venezuela W. A. Pile.
Minister to Belgium J, R. Jones, of
Minister to Sweden Jonn S. Carlisle.
of West Virginia.
Minister Resident nnd Consul Gener-
al to Liberia J. R. Clay, or Louisiana.
Minister Resldont to tho Anrentino
Republlc-R. O. Klrlr, or Ohio
Minister Resident to Bogota-S. A.
Minister Resident to Guatemala S.
A. Hudson, or Iowa.
Minister Resident and Consul Uonor-
al to Hnyti Ebcnczor D. Bassctt (col
ored), of Pennsylvania,
EXPEDITION TO CUBA.
It is reported that upward of 2,000
men, armed with Spencer rifles, aro
soon to bo dispatched from Now-Orleans
for Cuba, by tho Agents of tho rovolu-
tlonarv flnvummnnf 'Plw Xft.-w.r T.i.
partmenl has stationed a vessel of "war '
at tho mouth of tho Mississippi to pre
vent tlio departure of such expeditions,
but It Is Btatcd that nn effort will bo
mado to send them from ICoy West.
AITOI NTMENT OF NEGROES.
Tho President, to day, nominated
Ebcnc.cr D. Basset (negro), of Phila
delphia, to bo Minister-Resident nnd
Consul-General for tho Republic of
Haytl, and J. R. Clay, of Louisiana, to
bo Minister and Consul-General at Li
beria. These mako fivo or six negroes
nominated by Grant within tho past
Washington April 13.
Tho President nominated to-day
Thomas II. Nolson, of Indiana, to bo
Minister to Mexico ; Charles N. RIotte,
of Toxas, Minister to Costa Rica j Hen
ry T. San ford, or Connecticut, Minister
to Spain ; Horaco Rublee, or Wisconsin,
MlnUter to Switzerland; William A.
Pile, or Missouri, to bo Minister to Bra
zil ; Freeman H. Morso, of Maine, to
bo Consul nt London ; Thomas B. Van
Huron, of Now Jersey, to bo Consul at
Florcnco; Georgo W. Wurtz, of Penn
sylvania, to bo Secretary of Legation nt
Florcnco; J. Meredith Read, Jr., of
New York, to bo Consul at Paris; Wil
liam P. Webster, of Massachusetts, to
bo Consul General at Frankfort-on-tho
THE ALABAMA TREATY.
In tho Exocutlvo Sossion or tlio Son
afc, this afternoon, Mr. Sumner, from
tho Committee on Foreign Rclntions,
reported adversely on tho "Alabama
Treaty," supporting tho report by a
two hour's speech, which will bo given
to tho Agent of tho Associated Prcs3,
for publication to-night cr to-morrow.
Tlio voto ou tho report of tho Com
mittee stood 51 to 1. Thus tho treaty
The Senato was soveral hours In Ex
ecutlvo session to-day, antl then ad
journed. Tho Senato confirmed only
two nominations, viz: J. L. Motley as
Minister to England, nnd John Jay as
Minister to Austria.
Tho following bills on tho private cal
endar wero passed ;
IIouso Bill to erect a Poor House for
Cotiyngliam township nnd Contralla
borough, Columbia county.
Houso bill authorizing tlio Court of
Common Pleas of Montour county to
rcstato tho account or the School Di
rectors of Limestone township, for tho
Houso bill relatlvo to tho relief or the
poor In Danvillo and tho township o
Mahoning, Montour county.
Houso bill fixing additional election
places in Conyngham township, Colum
Mr. Jackson, ourScuator, on Tuesday
called up bill appropriating $5,000 to
ltev. 11. D. Walker, of Columbia couu
ty, former profossorand manager or tho
Orangovlllo Orphan School, for losses
sustained by having his school closed
by tho Stato Superintendent. After
some discussion tlio bill passed and was
sent to the House, whero it passed
Rolla, Mo., April fl, 1809.
Mn. Editok: I will now wrlto you
a dotalled account of my travels from
your over busy town to tho West. Wo
left Bloomsburg with tho evening train
south, and arrived at Northumberland
at 9:30 p. in. on Monday, March 1st.
Wo laid over thero until 2:35 a. m. and
nrrivod in Harrisburg at 4:45 on Tuesday
morning. As wo had somo two hours
to look around beforo taking tho west'
ward bound train wo concluded to im
provo tho tlmo. Consequently after
getting our baggago checked, wo made
a start. Wo went around town to see
and bo seen, but such confusion and
hallooing, whistling of engines, rinclntr
of bells, incomings and outgoiugs of
trains reminded mo of Pandemonium.
Afterstrolllng around an hour and thrco
quarters wo mado our way back to the
depot, and such a scone as met our gazo
thero about 1200 souls waiting for tho
train, principally emigrants bound for
tho West. Pretty soon a train of twelvo
cars backed up to tho platform and tho
conductor sang out, all aboard, A gen
oral rush was mado for tho doors, men,
women and children, mixed Indlscrlm
iuatcly together, crowding, pushing and
jamming to get lu. For my part 1 con
eluded to wait until tho rush was over.
then I stepped In tho car but every seat
was full, and many standing nnd In ev
ery car tho same all filled tooverilow'
Ing With living freight. Another car
was hitched on, and in less tlmo than it
takes mo to write, It too, wa3 crowded,
uucyour humbio servant obtained
seat for himself. At 7:10 a. m. tho iron
liorso announced our dcparturowlth a
shriek from Its brazen throat, nnd soon
wo wero whirling over tho road to Pitts
burg. Wo arrived thero at 12:20 p. m.
and wero informed by tho agent that
wo must lay over until 2:15 n. m. Wed
nesuay morning. Wo took a stroll to
seothoclty, tho streets wero all lit up
and It was as light ns mid-day; stores
all open, clerks very busy waiting on
their customers, horses, wagons, car
rlagcs and omnlbusses standing all along
tho streets, policemen on every corner
and In ovory alley. Wo went back to
tho depot Just as tho train camo In.'
Another rush to get in tho cars, with
no bones broken, heads smashed how
over. Wo onco moro got seated; anoth'
cr car load of emigrants is attached to
our already ovcrladon train, but from
somo cause or other wo did not get star
ted until 3:10 a. m. At precisely 12 m,
on Wednesday, wo arrivod In Colunv
bus, Ohio. Twenty minutes for dinner
when wo took tho train for Indlannpo-
lis, arrlvlug thero at 9:05 p. m; changed
cars and started In 30 minutes, nnd ar
rived in Last St. Louis tlio next morn
Ing at 8:10. Thero wo found scores of
omnlbusses to tako us to tho depot of
mo Houtli l'aclllo R. R. In St. Louis.
As. soon as all tho 'busses wero loaded,
wo wero driven to tho wharf whero
somo ten or fifteen steam ferry boats
wero in waiting. Tho 'busses woro
driven on tho boats, and soon tho sig
nal was given to start and thus wo
crossed the great Mississippi river. o
counted over fifty steamboats of all
grades lying nt tho wharf. At 0:10 a.
in. wo wero onco moro bcutetl in tho
cars, and at 6:20 p. in. wo arrived at
Rolla, tho county seat of Phelps Coun
ty, 130 miles south-west of St. Louis.
Wo wero soon in rooms at tho Grant
Hotel, whero wo wero soon busy with
soap and water, cnucavorlng to scour
somo of tho coal-dust und soot (incident
to traveling by railroad) off our hands
und faces. Moro anon. Traveler, i
COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
iNDiANAroLts, April 12. Tho bolt
ing members of tlio Houso appeared
this nftcrnoon and woro sworn In. On
motion of Mr. Plcrco, Republican, of
Porter county, n resolution was adopt
ed postponing action on tho fifteenth
amendment until Tuesday, May 11.
In tho Senato thero was no quorum
until after tho passago of tho resolution
In tho House, postponing nctlon on tho
amendment question, whon tho Demo
cratic members appeared and qualified,
and tlio regular business of tho session
EX-l'ItESIDENT JOHNSON AT NASH
VILLE. Nashville, April 10. Ex-President
Johnson mado his promised speech in
this city to-day. Thero wero about 3000
men in tho crowd gathered round him,
whilst tho portico of tho hotel was near
ly filled with ladles. Tho day was fair.
In the opening part of his speech ho
thanked tho peoplo for their nttondanco
saying that ho appeared beforo them as
a prlvato citizen, whoso nmbltlon had
been fully gratified, and who desired
no offlco nt their hands.
Locki'okt, April 13. Tho charter
election to day resulted In tho election
of tho Democratic ticket, including Al
bert F. Brown for Mayor.
Aluany, April 13. At tho charter
election tho Democrats elected their
city ticket by majorities ranging from
COO to 2,800.
Ulooiusliurg Market Ileport.
Whpnlnnr hnshpl ft 7C
Itye " I
Com " l
Oats. " ,
Flour per barrel U I"
Claveisved - 8 00
Flaxseed H 00
Kits" - '!
1'otatoes 1 00
Dried Apples 2 M
Hams H 25
Hides nnd Khoulders 20
l.urd per pound H 2.1
Hay per ton .. 10 00
Hemlock Hoards per thousand feet. .. 116 00
l'ine " " (one inch) lHa'.'O
Joist, Scantling, Flank, (Hemlock) 15 00
Hhlimlcs, No. 1 per thousand. K 00
2 " ' - 7 00
Siding " " ft. 18 0J
No. 1 Scotch pig. - f 12
No. 2 " " SIO
111 0011 31
Light Street Mnrkets.
Corrected weekly by Tetcr Entt wholesale nnd
retail dealer tn grain, Hour A leed nnd general
Wheat per bushel 91 00
Itye 1 10
Corn " ' .... 1 00
Uuek Wheat 1 00
Wheat Flour per 100 Its S 00
Iluck Wheat Flour ... i SO
Corn Chop, '2 60
llran, 1 60
nutter per lb -ii
Kggs per doz 21
1'olatoe pr bus . DO
Dried Apples " 2 00
Smoked Hide meet pr Il .'. 18
' 11am " 25
Lard " lti 18
Flo v it
Northwestern supernue at...... $5.00(9 5.25
Northwestern extra. 5.50($ 6.25
Northwestern ramlly 7.50rf$ 7.75
l'ennsylvaul.tnud Western superfine... 5.00(30.50
Pennsylvania nml Western extra ...fi.756$S 0.75
Pennsylvania nnd Western family....... 9.5till.uo
Peunsylvuula and Western laucy.. ll.5tHV.nl3.25
Rye Uour tH.00
Wheat Pennsylvania red, bus tl.CxaSl.75
Houthern " S2.tiOGU2.75
California ' " J3.20
' white " M.1S3W.10
Rvk Pennsylvania rye, V bu.i... ....... Sl.uowSI.IT.!
C011N Yellow, " Sl.uWiH.di
White, " ........... tU7$1.17
Oats Thus 70c75e
Fkovisions Mess Fork, bbl (31.50
Mcsslleef, " :. 121,50
Dressed 1 logs, V B HUcfui'Jc
smoked Hams " 17c(g)llic
" Hhoulders Tfl ft 13o
Lard, V lb 17c20Jc
Seeds Clovcrsecd V bus 07.00(40.75
'J'lmothysced $t bus..... $3.75
Flaxseed " 82.75
Cattlk llecf Cattle 16 OcOlOUJo
Cows, & head ., ViVsHM
Siikep Hlb ,a.im
Uoas -p 100 lbs 816(3517.50
IIKSS-ltOMNS At the residence of the bride's
father, by the Itev. It. F. King, Wllber F. Hess
nf Mlllvllle nnd MlssIIarrlet J.daughtcr of Wm.
ltoblus loin Col. co.
VANDKItSLICE-ENT.-Jn Hloomsburg, on tho
1st Inst., by Ho v. II. K. Allemau, Mr. Ciiaiiles
M. Vandehsliok and Miss KatkH. Est, both
Tho happy couple havo our warmest congratu
lations and wo wish themyears of unalloyed bliss.
Wo trust they may bring as many "small caps"
to the "font" ns will "mako up" a creditable
"case," and that they raay"dtstrlbute"happlness
around, until, their lives ended, they may rest
well under an "Imposing stone."
BltOWN. March 7th George E. infant sou of
Daniel nnd Elizabeth Brown, nged 7 months
und 16 days.
SNYDER. March 21st Cournd Soyder, nged 71
DHUM. March 2Jd If uiryU.lufant son of Morgan
O. and Sarah Drum, nged 3 years 7 months and
NUSS.-SIarch 23d, Balllo Nuss, aged 23 years 6
months and 15 days.
KISIIUACH.-Aprll 2d. Jacob O. infantl son of
Levi nud Maria E. Klbbbach, aged 1 yen! 3
mouths nnd 1 day.
uer, geu jvj-earg 11 luuntlll nnu 'i (lays.
ENT. At Light Rlreet on Thursday April 8th,18S9
.int.,,. .ii,, tu uib otm yeur oi jus ugc.
William M. Ent, whosodcath was briefly men
tloned In our lost Issue, was tho sou of Peter Ent
well known In this community as an old nnd re
spected merchant. William Ent at the tlmo of
his death was 33 years 1 month and IS days old,
und was therefore In the very prime of llle. He
was an uirectlonate husband and father nnd left
a wife nnd threo young children to mourn his
loss. Ho was engaged lu tho tinware business In
Light Street nud was prospering In worldly nf
fairs. Ills numerous friends can bear witness
to his ma.iy mid endearing virtues and will feel
that they and tho community at largo have lost
a friend who could lily be spared.
Tho funeral took place on Saturday lost and
was largely attended, Mr. Ent was a member of
tho Odd Fellow's nnd Masonic orders, and both
or those societies were strongly represented on
the occasion, and nt the grave performed the fu
neral rites to their respective orders. The sermon
was preached ut the Presbyterian Church, but
large numDcrs wero unauio to gain admission.
DO NOT TKIFLU WITH DANQEK.
A single spark may kindle a flame that will
consume a city, nnd small ailments neglected.
may end In fatatdlsorders. Bearing this fact In
mind, let the first symptoms of debility or ner
vous prostration he met promptly with luvlgora'
tlug treatment. Foremost among tho vegetable
tonics of tho age stands IIOSTETTEU'S stomach
HITTERS, and whenever the vital powers seem
to languish, or thero Is any reason to suspect
tho animal functions essential to thesusteuatlon
nud purification of tho body are Imperfectly per
formed, tblslnvaluablelnvlgorant and antiseptic
should ut once he resorted to. Indigestion always
produces weakness of the bodily powers. Home-
times It happens that tho nppcllto demands more
food than tho stomach can digest; though not
more', perhaps, than Is required to keep up tho
run strength of the frame, Tho object, under
such circumstances, Is to Increase the digestive
capacity of the assimilating organ, so ns to make
It equal to the duty Imposed upon it by the ap
petite, and capable of supplying the building nut.
Krlul or me tyitem as rait ns It Is required. This
object Is fully accomplished by the uso of the
miters. They tone and gently etluiutato the
cellular membrane which secretes the gastric
Juice and the result Is that the solvent Is min
gled with the rood In sulllcleut quantity ta con
vert nil Its nourishing particle Into pure und
wholesome element. If, ou the other hand, there
1 a deficiency of appetite, without any corres.
ponding deficiency of digestive power, the clTect
of the tonic, Is to stimulate a desire for food. In
nineteen eases out of twenty, headache, nausea,
nervousness, falntlng-nts, spusuis, and. Indeed,
ino, 1 of the casual aches and palus to which hu
manity li subject, proceed primarily from In
digestion compllcatedwlth blllousucss; nod for
both these complaints IIOSTETTEU'SSTOMACII
HITTERS are recommended as a ipeody and cer
KITATKOr JKUKitlAlt KI.MI, IKO '11
VMniniiniinistrntlon on the estate of Jere-
. . .' . . inA1.B.t tun I Inlnmltln. tjo.
folumiiln county to W. IL fcT C Hcott
STndH.talVKcte or the'nt ?re
debtcit to make payment.
Vi. i.n.i..r.ioneil liavlmr been nsslineHl tno
.. ".' . : nr i. w. U'olla. nil nersons
"re notified to call on Mm nnd Bettle outstand
ing accounts. SIATIIEW WYNKOOl'.
Apr. 10,01-M nloonwburg, l'a.
p O R SALE.
I'ho subscriber oirers for salo bis
IIOUBjS AND LOT
situated In ScotHown. The lot has a front , on
MalnHlreetof liny fectnnd a depth pf 211, Tho
llousolsof Flank, two stories. nnd In good re
pair. A good well of water on tho promises.
Immediate possession given. The terms, which
nro moderate, made known on npnllcatlon nt the
out of the Court of Caramon. Plenj Jf Onljmbla
illoomVburg; on Monday, May 3rd. 18(111, the
i"..." ...Into tji wit. a rerfHtn lot or
piece of ground situate In the town
Columbia county bounded on ho west by the
Hnsauehnnnaltlveron the north by lot of Wm.
iot of Win. Hartman containing liny lect front
by ono hundred and nrty feet deep on which 18
erccred a two story frame house with the nppur-
icnsiiceti. Helzed and taken In execution ns the
property o. i.enry "'uECM MILLAKP,
Apr. 10,'dO. Sherlir.
OF HEAL ESTATE;
Ily vlrtuo of a wrl t of PlurlesVend.Exp.,issiied out
of tho Court of Common Pleas of Columbia coun
ty, nnd to mo directed, will bo exposed to Publlo
Halo or out-cry, at the Court Houso In Hlooms
burg on Monday Mny 3d, 18(8. ,,,
All that certain piece or traclof land situate
In Bugarloaltownanip wjiuiiiuiueuuiiiy.witwiif
"""'"ONE HUNDRED ACRES,
ni-ni eli, nnma rt wlilMi !i cleared, bounded
nnd described ns follows to wit: on tho north nnd
east by lands of Conrad Hess, on tho south by
lauds iiHamuel Hess nnd on the west by lands of
llenjamln Peterman, wnereon is erecveuu
ONE HTOUY PLANK DWELLING HOUSE,
n in cint.ln urltli f lir nnnH rtenntirpH.
(Seized takrn tn execution nud to be sold as tho
property ot William isne. , o .. -v
Anr. 10. 1800. Hherlir.
liy virtue of a wrltofAllasFlerl Facias Issued out
of the Court of Common rieas of Columbia toun-
ty ana to mo utrccipu, win no exjxwea io puuuc
saio or outcry at ino uuun jiuumo iuijiuuiusuuik,
Miiv Hril IhtH). tlio fotlivwlnir real estate to wit J
A certain lot or piece nf y round sltuato on
MalnHtreet lu the town of Ktiy Columbia coun
ty hounded nnd described an follows: on the
north iiv Main Htreet on the cast uv nn alley on
the south by nn nlluy, on tlio west by lot of
luiciifci miciiy, containing nuoui oiuwounu oi
nu ncra more or letw.on wincii is crcciuuu
TWO 8TOHV TltAMK DWELLING HOUSE,
nnd n frame Rtnhle with the nonurtennnce.
Helzrd.tnken lu execution oj tho property of
Enwnrd O. (Jreen.
Air. lO'lTJ MOUDECAI MILLAIID
OP VALUABLE REAL ESTATE.
Ily virtue of a certain writ;of Vend. Exponas
issued out of the Cour t of Common l'leaa ot Col
umbia county nnd to me directed will bo exposed
in sale by public veuduo or outcry nt the Court
IIouso In lUoomsbure.nt one o'clock In the nftcr
noon of Monday May 3rd 18(19, the following
inenuoneu unu ucscrioeu rem chuiio suunie
the said county.
A certain lot or pleco o f ground situated In the
township of Main Columbia county .bounded nud
described as follows: on the north by publlo road
leading from Mnlnvllle to Espy, on the cast by
lands of Wm. Lonecnbse2r. on the south bv
lands of Daniel Fisher, on the west by lands of
namuei Jiarman con mining noout two acre.
more or icsts on which is erected ft
Fit AM E DWELLING HOUSE,
with tlio appurtenances.
Seized nnd taken In execution nn tho property
ily vlrtuo of a writ of Levari Facias issued
out of. the Court of Common Tleas of Columbia
county, nnd to me directed will bo exposed to
Fiublle salo or out-cry, nt tho Court House, In
Hoomsburg, ou Monday, May 3d. IMS), the
lands nud tenements which wero or Mary Ooff,
to wit: that certain building located onnlotor
pleco of ground, part of n lot ltuato In tho town
bounded by ltullltoad Htreet, by'n lot occupied
uy iurs ueciuoi, oy un nuey unu uy n lot oi jonn
31111CI 0, 11. la U
TWO STOItY FRAME HOUSE
about sixteen feet In width by about twenty-four
Helzed taken tn execution nnd to do sold ns tho
property oi Maryuoir.
Apr. 19.'C9. sheriff.
LIST OP APPLICATIONS FOR
LICENSE AT MAY SESSION INK).
O. W. Mnuger Uloom Tavc
HernardStolinor " "
John Leacoelc "
Koons & Clark '
O. A. Jacoby 41 "
Wm.UUmore 1 House
11. w. lloumns " Lid. Htore.
II. Frank Zarr Beaver Tavern
Thos. J. Hhuman ' E. House
Andrew T. Heeler Ilcnton Tavern
wnuam wiuiams uerwicu
Xavler Wernet "
Hamuol Kostenbauder Catawlssa
John It. Rhodes '
Jncob II. Klstler "
Wm. llt Orange " E. Houso
OICllVll 11. 1U1UWQ
Win. H. Clemens Centre
JohuUrover " Tavern
j.i.-uij' jx, Tuiucuaui uemruiia
A- W. Cramer " Llq.Htore
Thos. O'Conner "
.Michael Haunon " E. House
Michael O'Halr "
Mary Chapman "
Daniel Curington "
James Ounnou '
James Howey Conyngham
Thomas Kllkar "
Daniel T. M'Klcrnnn
John L. Kllna
James V. Ulllasple
Chas. II. Dletterlch
A. K. smith
Anion w. Hess
Tubbs Jt Coleman
C. W, Yenlpo
I'hillp D. Keller
( (successor to A, J, Sloan ) lias Just rcturued
from New York with a full assortment of
DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS
to which h Invites the attention of the citizens
of Bloorasburg and vicinity. His stock consists
In part of tho following line of goods
SPRING AND SUMMER DRESS
LADIE3' H03E, BLEACH A BROWN,
GENTS' HALFHOSE,BLEACH 4 BROWN,
LADIES' GLOVES SILK
AND LISLE THREAD,
KID GLOVES ALL COLORS, '
HOOP SKIRTS & CORSETS,
A FULL LINE OK WHITE GOODS.
DOMESTICS OP ALL KINDS,
and In fact everything generally kept lu a Dry
Goods Bloro, Cajl and examine the goods and
satisfy yourselves, high prices la ouo ot the
things that have passed away.
KxcUAxac BOituiMa optomitk tuk cousr
TPN THE SPRING MONTHS. TIIE
JL system naturally undergoes a change, and
neimimiu s iiigniy uonceuirateu uiiraciorear-
tnpainia is an assistant oi ino greatest vniue.
A DMINISTRATOR'S KOTKt
XI. MTATR OF AnnAIIAM MUsse,,'Lt r
MiiMOlman Into of HmIii '"Vr
Mtmm uo. t
pemons having claim. Si "'lAis
i estate of the (lerouent SJ.Vi
i known, nml those ln!iSjjg
I Ik U VIIVMI
. I'. t.t.T
r.MTATB or iRAAiirit.ivrn . tftn
County, deceived, have been KranUi
Allpcrsoiis'having claims or deraliM.0'1 1
tho said estate are requested to pr S iC
KiTATK OF JAUOll JOHNSON I)Pp'h
letters toslnmentary on tho miAii t
Johnson, late or Mt. I'fcasaiit townhW3
bin county liavo been grnnted bvtl p,(el
ColumblnCpunty to John Joliiiwn mTVAi
ant twp. Columbia county Pn.AH periv,;. p0
Claims against ino esiniearo reouMr.iir'Wi
them to K. 11. Ikeler, of 1 looiiVh?'."
urnbln county, l'a, Those indeulwiferrfl
either on note. Judgment, inorign ,,r ?' m
coant win iiuiKo pnyineni.io the LiZ
TOUNG LADIES HKV7Am,rl
X tho Injurious efTects of Paeew
Washes. All such remedies clo,en Wa
of the skin, nnd In n short time dent M '
plexlon. If yon would Imvenfrmi, L .
sSrMpaiiiraV,,eOI'al"!P' "0 llclmKl.-?
ATTENTION ! mi
iheclllrensof Mlfllin nmlmljolnliui,'1
re requested to meet nt Aaron ii...vJiiiii
for tho purpose of forming n
HORSE THIEK DETECTIVE ASSOCU- 1
which shall contrlbuto n fund to m, i.iiV
thieves nnd recovering horses stolXi
o. 11. wijiuii
OT A PEW OP TIIEWMn
disorders Hint nllllrt inni,bi.i . .
corruption of tho blood. llelmboU, i'"
Harsnparilla Is n remedy of the utmiMitJ
WILLIAM WILLIAMS, Wng
This well known Hotel has been entr,,.irt
nud refurnished, with n view to Hie sin
fort nnd convenlenco of guests. "Lui
Acommwllous Livery otableUcontw,rai
the establishment. """mi
A License will bo obtained at MitiRk
Court, when tho bar will he sunn Kfi
choicest wines, liquors nndsegnrs AsV
of patronage Is requested. ' V
A nr. 0 'f.!I.Rm .7
PARILLA cleanses nud renovoinir10
instils tho vigor of health lnlo tliem.llll
purges out tho humors that make cIIm ,rc
A married man who tinders tnnilsf,itmtt
Ing and the general duties of mam...,?
Superintendent of the I'oor House sulk .V
der the directions of tho C'oimul.,,.t
lamlly will be boarded, nnd the lamjne
slocked nnd fully supplied with
rarmlng tools and Implements. Noni it'"0
petcnt men need apply. tr
Proposals will bo received until Apriir
must be nddressed to tho undersfentiL nd
J. A. FUN8TON, S Kl'
B. F. HARTMAN. J ,X.
The undnrslfrnpil hnn ltif. rMckrt f
iuik, uspieuuiu nssortmcni OI
MILLINERY OOOIW err
to which sho I nvltes tho attention of tliii.
No pains havo been spared to reiulerll'OD
complete nnd tho ladies uro assured tiuir ri
newest, and prettiest Spring fashloni i'Jh
It. A. CAIUL
A illvlriAml nt liuipponl Im Ilia flnnIi.',ll
the Cntuwlssn Bridge Co. will be psldtoien
holders or their legal represeutntlrei,oir
Aprll loth noxt at tho oillce of tlieTrni.5' V
Apr,9,C0-4t ' liU
EW STOVE AND TIN SO
JKA1A11 UAUENBUC1I, ro '
Malu Street one door above E. '
Store. - im
A largo assortment of Stoves, W
Raugos constantly on hand, und for uan
lowest rates. a"
Tinning In all Its branches carefullycro
and satisfaction guaranteed.
Tin work or nil kinds wholesale anditM!
trial Is requested. rr
TO TIIE SCHOOL DIRKtlol?
COLUJIBIA COUNTY. '"
ilCNTLKMEN :-In pursuanco of sn Kill
legislature, cnaclea during the
I&M, nmendatory of the U section oi i
the 8th day of May, 1851, you lire lienbj Tl
to meet lu Convention, ut the Court 1
Bloomsburg, on the first Tuesday
being tho fourth day of tho monih, ttrn,
In the afternoon, and select, ilea ii,tKV
Jorlty of tho wholo number el ijre
present, one person of literary nud mv
iiuiremenls. and of skill jind einerUuTQf
art of teaching, as County Huperlmm.,,-,
thothrce succeedlngyears; determluelii fl
ofcomiwnsatlon for the same; and wni'btt
suit to IheStato Superintendent, at to "
M required by the soverul acts of Hie U$fel
c. o. BARrJe.
County Sup't., Co1ubvS
rpiIOSE WHO DESIRE Bd
JL or complexion must purify and ;
blood, which llelmlinlil'M i!niiri'iunlHlf!:
pf Karsoparllla Invariably does. Ask H;!.
hold's. Tako no other.
CONCENTRATED FLUID KXTO'
EHADICATE.1 EBU1TIVB AND I'U'EWrnr 1
EA3HS Or THE III.
THROAT, NOSE. EYES. EYELIDS i,
AND SKIN, JOS'
Which so dlsflguro the nppearnnct, Ft )
tho evil effects of mercury nnd rrnif-'w
taints, tho remnants of DISEAdlX, if V
or otherwise, and Is taken by Alllf,
CHILDHEN with perfect HAKEfY. ,
AN INTERESTING LETTER Is MliByf
t he Mcdico.Chlrunilcal ltevlew.oufliift'rii
tho Extract of Harsnparilla In certain tf'"
by Benjamin Travers, F. It. H., ic. 1-18 f
those diseases, nnd arising Irom lliu,,
mercury, ho stutes that no remedy fc
v.'" -iruet oi Harsaparuie: us pu"", j;..
dlnarr. more so than am- other drutldVI
qualnied with. It is. In ihe tirlctnt tr
luniiiicu wim. itis.iu iiiefcirifii-i""'fi ti
lu With this liivnl.iiil.lo nllrlhuH'. t ll"u'v
cable ton state ot the system so (.uuk'-'uy
so irritable us renders other salu
luiuu ciuss unavailable or Injurious. ,mj
CONCENTUATBD KXTHACT SAIUArit'ii"
Establishes! upwards of 18 years. IWrgti
If. T. HELM!!" t -
Apr.9,lO-Sm Ml BroadnaJ.f,'
NO TICKETS REQUIRED
O O M B INI
Needn't nuv unless you want W! V
Hl'IUNU Ol-ENINO. gll
A 11 that is neat or new or nice, as
T o keep cool in summer wlthool.
0 nu be found lu his great pile, ,
H owovcr fastidious may bo yom'e.'
E very man, Mechanic, Merchant,' J"
M ey rely upon an elegant and i?,?
B esldo his splendid Coats VesUP1)
E ven furnishing goods equal to"!?
R emomberlng his reputation l
L ot he lives, let's llvo and lauW 0 '
1 ndeed of this molto noone eoafilOl
N ocustomer'sneglocted.heipa"1 I'
S pedal attention paid to procflt
best workmen nnd latest t W lll
J. W. CHEMBEfcj.1
N. W. Cor. Main and WajK
Mar, M.'ia-tf. itloonut-tru
9 9 3 5 4 fl ? irot
To tub WoRiriNa Class i-I am uf fer
tn ftimluti nil .la.... .ui,,.An,,.IRiitellir W
at their homes, the whole of I he time, uj'n I
tpare moments, iiusiness new, nsuv (,
ble.Flfty cenls to M jwr evening, is cfi?
by persons of either sex, and the f'.zfr
earn nearly ns much as men, Urcnt WJ" Irl
uro offered those who will deote H''ra
time to the business! und, that ',U';J., ,
who sees this notice, may send me tb t!il.
and test the business for themselves. 1
loiiowing unpuraueicu oueri
well satlslleil with the business, 1 'L'S'ten
pay for the troubloof writing me. "UU. .
i. directions, 4c, sent me. Bau'l 'lllCI
l.for lu eta, Address KC, Ailen, .' '. .
SALE OP VALUABLE
' ihe underilneil. ilftulrlnita retire m1 .
iuiklnMHM .tit.... r..v ..U l.lu til?
VALUABLE FOUNDRY 4 MACHlSBJui
located near the Depot, on Ihe La"1;, ,(
Dloomsuurc H. R. The main linlldtu .'Hf
brick fio by W feet wltli a slate roof, f j,.
There Is alsocouu
ONE ACRE OP GROUNIW
ATAfl nil bM t.alla. uini.lT n'l&Uwr.
euslue. and the lusturuf usually fouuau3CI
class Fouudry, It Is a Urst rate r10'iXii
turchaser swum nu uulliulieu '"ril
ome patronage, Terms easy, APWiimC
A CLEAR, SMOOTH
ed Extract banj
i.pliuples auJ "01
J I rcuiuvcK blacic tipoiu,