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THE" COLUMBIAN AKDjDEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBTJRG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, 1A. ?
I'hu (Uiliunlilu County Invasion.
Dhrliitnir itf Sheriff Eiirimtn and nth
em: It will ho oiimtvcu ny our imrni.
tlvo. (tiirrlccl iilrvittlv In tin) iiolnl of
tliiiu wlii'ii Sliorlir FtirDiiin mul Air,
Fruit weio ruriitshml quarlurs In tho
Dauphin county Poiillontlary,) thut
twcr liiiiorWnt"T5in"c&r lir"6(ir"Go"u'uly
woro virtually HUSM!ti(kHlwulllio.tnin
nettori of public buslnes-J lnturrun'tcd
Tho BhcrUT was withdrawn tVom his
oDAco unil from tho charge of tho Coun
ty prison, ns wm Mr". Fruit from thu
ofttcd of tho County Commissioners
whoso huslncss win Ciiifldi'il to lilm na
i-i.n KnfivuKn oiioMllon. worK uuiweon ura turnings 01 him
v 1 n.:xt ts..i.it i. A-.tr...... nu
Tit F. advocate- of liotfro suirrngo nrii 1 , ...,..,.,,,,. ..ni i
ttolnu tho cause morp harm than good . ZTZ "
Kltlll.VY MOUNl.NCI, JUNK 4, I ROO.
-TllC COLUMBIAN has Hie tr"l
Ulrmilnlloit of tHV tinner nrtblUlictl In
Northern rcnmlranla, l Is also'
much Urser sheet (! any otlUeotenv
immrltii mul Is therefore the best medium
for advertlliirIH lliU section oltUe State
by ndv&catlng tho riglil bi" Congress Id
regulate tho question. To admit that.
right Is to surrender" UiO dearest prlvl-.
lego retained by tho Btatcs on thoforni-
atlon of tho Constitution, and to pava
the Way for tho regulation bt all our lo
cat nlatters bVn contnillied power. In
oCher words It'ls ft comptcto revolution
in' our form of (lovcrnmont
If Coiicressldnttl reproson'taHves from
the North "and West can tlecldo that no
sroesshail 'voto in Ihb'SotHh, a combl-
nation-of representdtlvcscan, say that
the Chinese of California, Iho Indians
of Kansas, and the women of Pentisyli
tho Election-day arrests which wo have
described. It'wlll nlso bo observed that
tho Courts of Justice wero wholly-ig
nored In tho proceeding and treated
with oen contempt. Judge El well, It
may well bo assumed, had improper In
terest In the uninterrupted performance
of duty by tho Sheriff tho principal
officer of his Court as well as' In tho
maintenance ami due administration
within his Judicial district of those gen
eral laws of tho State which guaranteo
and protect tho liberty of tho cltlzerw
-But no opportunity was sought or per
mlttcd of bringing tho arrcstca men
Mi-ii ..i..x-jl.w4.ci.;i. t beroro mm ror examination, m
v'i-V-t.'i. . ' i. thov wero hurried off to Harrlsburg to
dothosamoln 'Massachusetts or New '"J"' " ... i...j-Mi.(iui.
Tt ,..i u H-.: coniiomn mo iirrtaia uuu irawiu niu
ill nun. it Kvua.Ajui:tt33 tuur . , . , ... w , -.,
plet cW itrol of all the r.ghts liltherli,
exercised by the States, and thej; bo-. .- ftV ,n im&Mabia
eomo muro uujreuuunuira, msiuau ui .i.ii, im.n,lor
free and sovereign communities. . " , V , . -. Rtated
u uie ngni 01 voung were conierrea ..... t f , ;,A mMr1 Ar
ni.nn ihn nt-Krrnpa nf thin SfAfA hv nrt ""fe" .
t.w w 0.wW I ilinri ittna nnlil'tfi mif Htn fn i Tnn rt.
amenUmont .to, our ConstUulion, the I V ,T"
minority-would submit, and. It .Would rL " Z u J X,
end the question..,. Wo aro of. the' opinj
ion tliat tho objection. to negro suffrage7
In Pennsylvania la not so much because
uieyaro.uoianiemgenienougnioexer- ,,-., ,ftwIre,, itS0!f it
it ,i3.iDecause ao ,.,- , . i.iino ,l r,n tlhi.n,
notlc functions avoids and hates Jth"oI
civil courts as much as thoDovil Is said,
jo' avoid 'and detest holy wafer, and
never willingly submits to ineir juris
peonle havo no .votco in tho'nlattcriand
that it hi. forced on them against their
Tho attempt of .the General Govern-
inept to' regulate this question will
eventually lend to futuro complication.1?
als by which that juslfco i3 admlnis
But we will proceed to traco'tho pro.
irrcas of those events at Harrlsburg
Which affected Sheriff Furman anu jus
felloe victims. And In doing so wo
Invited his visitor to tako n chair, aui
resumod Ihe'ebuVerwitlon'! ' J- j
Dodge (i-fo klndlyS i "Well, vhat ilo
youwit&'doVor'SjNt A ff'
Scnalori VAn order toUlscnargo tho
Sbotlffjndjilsjisslsiant' M V
No soonor sa'u tlmn'clono flio order
was written and handed over. Dodge
then roso from his chair all bonlgnJty,
roaiantwith satisfaction ntngood no
tion performed. In Aict, nttlint momcut,
Dodgo felt nt pcaco with tho whole
yorId felt a benevolent Interest In the
wolfaro of all his fellow-creatures felt
or Imagined ho felt, already,- thegcntlo
pressure of n Major's straps upon his
shoulders 1 Ho wasn.liappy man and'
quite open to any appeal of benevolence
or of duty. Tho occasion was Improv
ed lu tho Interests of.Justlco. Dodgo
was reminded that ho had tho Hemlock
voters (Holtcr and Heller) also under
his hand j that thoy woro unlawfully.
hold and should also be discharged. Ho
promptly took, back his order and un
derwrote upon it what was desired.
That document in Its final form was as
"Cant Ondvko will releaso tho Sher
iff of Columbia county and his assist
ant, confined on charges preferred by
Thoso men will hold themselves sub
Ject to any order which may in futuro.
do received from tne recorder or tno
Military Commission In session hero.
Richard J. Dodqe,
Capt. Dept. Com'dg.
Mr.'Buckalowstatcs that tho two men
arrested as deserters aro dellnnucnt
drafted men from tho draft of 1802. If
so, thoy are not liablo to arrest as do
sorters. i. j. x."
Tho nbovo paper being produced to
Capt.Opdyke, who .was, wo beliovo,
Deputy Provost Marshal and was play
ing prison-keeper, Sheriff Furmnn.Mr,
It. C. Fruit, Daniol Holtor and Win.
H. Heller Were all promptly brought
up arid discharge"! I'lif-y left in tho
night train and a t. . BIoomsburg,
Prlday morning, Oi 1 14. Hero thoy
wero 'met at tho depot by n concourso
of citizens and welcomed Iiomo with
cheers and. rejoicing.
Receipts of "TK-H C01UWIBI&N
for May. ibbv.
and probably to ano her wan We, of avallourse,ves.0f papersartd mem.
Penusylvuula arenot willing' that Rep.
rov-iontatives from .South Carolina and
Mussachuselts; phall decide our- local
questions. . That, is a subject for each
Slate; the Constitution so llxes it, our
fathers soiinlended It, and Isafety do;
pends alone upon tho adherence .to that
Oim .SrniNO ErjEtTloNsi Aiiolisu
,'j:d. Tho State legislature has enacted
that wo iaro to havo no moro Spring
Elections; and has ordered tho peoplo.
to hold all their municiparelcctlons on
the same day on which tho general clec
tlons tako place. This is done in a sec
tion of the registry law, which reads as
Section IS. All elections for city,
ward, boronghi township- and election
officers shall, hereafter' be held on the
second Tuesday, of October,-subject to
all the provisions pt the laws regulating
tho election of such officers not Incon
sistent with this act ; thq persons .elect
ed to such offices at, that time shall, tako
their places, at tho expiration, of tho
term .of tho persons holding the samo
at tho time of such election ; but no
election for tho pfflco of .Assessor or As
sistant Assessor shall be held, under
this act, until thq year one thousand
eight hundred nnd Boyenty,,"
Tho. township .officers ejected last
spring will continue to discharge .their
duties until, tho end pf,thow terms, .for
wlitch'they were chosen. But tho peo
ple arq rcqulrel.by ,thjs law to take thq
places of thpse( elected In tho spring;
and, hold "uhtlL tho "October election In
I87CL Thlsappiles to olttownship .and
bprouBirpfflcers except the Assessors
and.ASsIstani. Asiessoi who will not
bo, elected "undorthisjict untij 187p,
Tho. Itojv la TcBiisHcc.
The Radical Convention .iwhich, re
cently assembled, atNashvillo, to nom
inatca (Candldate Jor Governor, has
brpkcn4np.ln a rowf There was more
curslpg-.and fighting in thoConventlon
tliani was. .over- .witnessed An asAyater
street, danco,.hQusoi Thei result is Sen
ter and Stokes aro both, running for. the
office,, .the lormcr.'belng supported .by
Brimstono Brownlow. andthe scala
Wfigs, and tho latter .by.tho negrpes and
carpetrbaggers., J c -1-
Tlicrais a clmnca that the Democrats
Will noinlnatondrew .Johnson', .and.
secure Temicssco themselves. .All tho'
decent! men in thcBtato woulA.votuJbr;
him. Ji z j
AddjtiokaL particulars of tlioliall-
Miurui n. r rjuay in av esi y irginiasjiow
thaj tho work of deyasfalioni vvas great
er than at first supposed. The destrnc-.
tion to vineyards was Immense. In tho
majority of cases they have .been utterly
rulucd. Up" Syiiecling Creek -"viley
the dttrurtI6n wlenqrmqus. Many
sheep and iambs wero killed In.tl'10 field.
Wheit antcorn' were" 'cutoio to tho
ground. A. numbor of accidents to
individuals ariTrcported, sonib of which
are likely lo nrovo serious. Tlio town
of West Liberty Ha reported rto havo
wen badiydauiagcd. "
TiiKAcniittous liTAMrs. Complaint
is frequently inado In regard tp tho Ha.
blllty Of postage Stamps to desert their
trust and leave a letter in' tho lurch
Much of the difficulty Is due to wetting
tho stamps only1 on the gummed side.
This causes the "expansion of one side
more than the other; hence tho stamp
adhered Imperfectly, and' when'dry is
name 10 peci on. woe Dot n sides and
affix, and a very 'little gum will causo
Jt to' adhere wllh perfect security.
A kacktious Journalist Speaks of
"the principled upon which our PresI
dent was. elected.!' We have seldom
seen a bitterer satlro than' this, and
recommend It,' In an interrogative form,
as tho champion conundrum of the day.
Tho principles pn iwhlch .Grant was
elected I What were those principles f
FiBK ab Food. Fish Is a kind of
Tpod hicJrrefrerjhes tho' system, rupee?
ially lifter Intellectual, fatlgup. Tnoro
Is no other artlelo' that supplies, the
wastojof tho head thoroughly as fish
diet, j and 'tho evidence" of It Is In. the
yact hat nil too Inhabitants of'the sea
shores tho world over aro the brighter
population of tho country. Fish con
talus phosphorus to a largo extent, a
chemical element which tho brain ro
qulirn for'erowth and health.
ornnda whch' yere mado at tho tirao
when the ovents occurred' (and now
furnished us) as well 03 of personal in
formation concerning unwritton facts,
which wo have bpen nblo to procure
from reliable sources: Fortunately, at
tho time in question and at other times
'subsequently, a member of our bar was
in attendance at, Harrlsburg as one or
the counsel for the Columbia county
prisoners' .first arrested, and was In a
situation to obtain fun ana accurate in.
formation of all tirnt took place there
To him and to the other counsel (mem.
bers of the Harrlsburg 'bar who were
oiigagcd In ,tho defense of our people
beforo the Military Commission wo
will ho largely Indebted for documents
nnd for details of fact contained In the
present tind In futuro articles upon trie
subject of ' the. In vasion1.
Passing over intervening time we
will como to tho occurrences of Thurs
day October lath, 1SG1. Early in that
day Mr. Buckalew (who had arrived at
Harrlsburg) visited tho secretary of the
Commonwealth (Mr. SIKer) and open-
cd up to him the matter of tho orrcstsf
Subsequently by appointment ho had
nn Interview m tho Executive Building
with Gov. Curtln, Secretary Sllfbr and
Mr.. Meredith the Attorney General.
The whole subject was considered and a
common opinion entertained and ex
pressed, that tho arrests wero improper
and unlawful. Gov. Curtln however
upon being appealedjto as the Chief
Magistrate, of the Stato (and as such
bound to seo that tbo laws wero, faith
fully executed and' that his subordinate
statp officials Received due protection
declared that ho could do'nothing yith
Capt. Dodge (thelittle military, satrap,
whd'held command t at Harrlsburg at'
ttio.tfme;) that, Dodgp.hinl treated, his
Secretary in an insulting mannerr upon
a recent occasloii.when a proper Interpo
sition on behalf of' a citizen was at
tempted j but.that he would telegraph si
Secretary of .War, andrask from him
an .order pt' discharge. This plat) of.
proceeding Involving delay and, an un
certain Issue'. Mr. .Buckalew. said. he
would -himself confront- ,the . terrible)
Dodgo and endeavor tp obtain from him
what 'was desired. Pursuing' ,thls de
sign ho went tp tho courts house, and,
fou'n'd Dodco. caD .In hand, about to:
leavo his offlco' and apparently "Wot' iit
all Inclined to a protracted Interylew or,
to anyp'atleii't'fttfentlon'tb busIness'Wo;
havohad tho scenoSyfilclijeh'sued descflb'-j
ed lo'usi But cau hardly.hope'to succeed
In representing It by written language.
liUUU WUI11UU bU IJU uu, iuu ocuuiur
slstcd.ori'beliig''heard?, arid thero traif a
nearmg nnu n convenaiion pruuy uiucn
llllfr me juiiowiujj luaiiiuu :
jDodge:, ''That was a pretty bold pro'
ceedlng'by tho Sheriff,' to carry off- our
Senator: "No law was broken nn'd it
was Just. Besldes,thcro was no escapoV'i
Dodge; "They 'wero In custody' and
it was tlio duty of tho Sheriff to keep
them iu prison until called for. You
say you' advised this?"
Senator : 'Certainly I did; tho men
had a right to vote. ; Tho Sheriff was
not bound to take tbcm or keep them
In charge at all. Ills 'act in receiving
them was voluntary and you havo no
Jurisdiction over him."
Dodge: "His conduct was not respect
ful to us. They were our prisoners."
Senator : ''It i3 not your business to
tnanago elections or tako offense when
men give lawful 'votes. Why should
these men bo disfranchised? You could
complain of the Sheriff only In case ho
refused to return your prisoners when
you wanted them. Now Major I be
lieve you are a Major?"
Dodge becoming iterated) : "Well,
I'm not sure : I was nominated but I
bollovo not confirmed at tho lost ses
Senator: "Yes, I think I roinomber
tho case. No doubt it will como up
again next winter."
About this tliuo tho Major (In pros
pect) undei went a complete tnuisforma
tion In demeanor and speech'. Ho had
been standing, half Impatlentrvady to
leave. But the Buddca reflection that
tho man beforo him weald have a vote
In tho Senate upon hi confirmation to 1
Tub Poetical worin-of Charles, G,
Halnlric. (Miles O'Reilly) I Vol. green
cloth portrait 332 pages with iifo
and Index. $2,00. Harper & Brothors,
If Charles G. Halpino had lived, nnd
had leisure to gather in and winnow his
poetical compositions, and had garnered
the.slftedvheat. which is, so abundant
in tho mas? of material before us, while
tho volume would have been smaller,
It would havo increased in value. N,o
purchaser can go.amlss In .this volume
Wo, find poems of nil shades, colors nnd
opinions contributions to the .Demo
cratic Jleiiewj to tho Now York, Trjib
tine, to the Now York Times and to his
ovn paper, tho Citizen ;, as .various In
their moods, .their treatments and their
views as the journals In 'which they
were ,tp appear, Doubtless, Halplne
was a man of rare abilities and fascinn
ting manner. We met him once in the
office of the Democratic JReview, and
havo met' other gentlemen who know
him well. All speak of him in tho
samo.strainof .love and. admiration.
Many, of his poems are exquisite, and
his translations from Bcranger nnd
from Horace, show scholarship nndcul
ture. Charles G; Hnlpino was born in Ire
land In 1829, but wo aro not told by his
biographer whero ho died, 'although ho
goes out of his way to call Mr. Buchan
an a traitor to his friends and his coun
try, to append notes to tho' poems whoso
object is to puff himsolf,, and treats us
in His sketch to such cxquIslto'English
as 'tho following: "Subsequently he
eommenced.tho study 'of mcdlclno, and
obtained a superficial but- not thorough
knowledge of .that science, when ho sur
rendered It for.tbo .more congenial pur
suit of journalism.'!, .Fortunately Hal
plne wrote his own verses, if he did not
write his own lifo, and recommending
tho.book to very lover of sentimout,
and o( fun, of satire and of song, wo
close this notice , with a verse from tho
book under review, which is a specimen
of the happier, powers of the poet.
r Time rolls avajr, au bean along
A mingled mass of right aud wrong ;
Tho flower f love, that bloomed brilde
The margin of his' summer tide;
The weedi of passion, drenched and "torn
From dripping bants,' anil headlong borne,
- Whtcl. mortals call etermt r.'
Bet of O U ltolf-
Blanks 1 .
J W.Yoho . ,
Kst of Isaiah ixmg
"Strawberries aro l0 ft quart In Now
Yprk.jji p m. m S f
Governor ofiPhlOi M U V'l
-GoucvafN.T., claims toJcontain a
cow worth" fcliXXW-
Wm. T.lovd Garrison nnnounccs
himself In favor of"frco trado."
Tn Ttnplir-dcr n "lost nun" Is ttdvcr.
tlsed, "weighing 100 pounds."
TTnrnco Grnolv's salary on the NOW John smith; Esq
r ... . . . -. . . . nnn - i KreaericK wne
lUli jrwuntiu oaiu w mwv.,vv j - i jnanas
mi .Liquet hr TYnnrrt 3amtal)fmT
has fougni aoout nnunureu uuuiu
Tho only man riot spoiled by being Kst or oeo Kill
lionized" was tho prophet Daniel. -"K Snai,
In tho Malno Stato prison each con
vict is glvon $7 worth of clothes n year,
Tho Mutual Base Ball Club of Now
York pays Us "eatchor" i,0W per on
. i iriiriiii in iiiiiiiir iiiLi ilu.(.iiuu nivv i i,; i, unicnnir i v
scoro and ten, and taking his seventieth i g KeMe
WHO. I John Turner
A vniine' loilvof Mobllo Is to marry ?1ii H(.hooi
. . c. . " . r . e n I .
a2? mVMa aD" " Iorluuuu, "'- UhnTlfannon
ww,uw, i joscpn ixeier
J a Keller
Daniel itamoac n
Q O Merriam
Jacob Deinott .
Est of Jos V flonil-
Est of Jos JUkea
dall , -tVtcrHcjng
John M Doty
lu O Marr
any C. Illnman
0 1) Case A Co
I n Walter
n V 7.0.TT
Eyre a Landcll
w T JIODK
b O ltnrkloy . .
wm 11 ucniauacu
ir IT llrnwn
John II Kleckner
Llamea Era melt
K l) ueisnime
ama W Bhaffer
I K Anpleman
3 (MUaoob lineman
Tinrlno- tbo Inst six months 350,000 Km,52niSh,i,, ?S3
inwneis or peanuts wero Bnippou irum i.unwig mieio
. . . ... -w r I a K Hh n mail
JNOriOlK, va. johnJOoarhart
A Tn.ltonn nolrlnn. nf fnrlv-ono amu.""S?y
: ...., i". ;v i reter iincgut
years, 13 out iweniy-iour iuuiius o uisyeny
ntifl wnlflia nnlv thlrtv-threo TlOUndS. Jameslnko
. Jesse jonn
muHMAH Tttn tt -nnllln linq I WmBchell
xiiuiuoa im.ttii w "rtrtft . I It W Sweeny
mnilatliG muniuccnc cut oi jao.uw iu jnim a Bncher
Tjnfnvpttn Cnllffi) at Boston. J' i'."
a isaao M'liriue
TlmHilrf v tliousand miners in UIO T u liraanan
nntnracito coat noius oi x-ouiiaivimuv ,..,, Y.Eer
.tnfn.vilnn.1 nn n rrnnnrnl Hllsnon- I .1 M (Ihnrudpr
Bionofr" ? ttWS00",
Tl,n irnnanq Pltv Journal advocates ?mPe!.s?ye',.,. 2
fhn Sta T nf Mr. Ross from tho "S'6""''" i
Senate for having requested General Moe wirman 3
Grant tO CO tO llCU. Ira., ahnemaker 2
. : i f I J K Bharplcss Jl
A new name is propusuu iui mw I m c Rloari a lJro
Democratic guoernatonat nominauou i ueosuoieman
in unio mat 01 ucnerai iiosccraus. T j Bwisher
...A T17.l -irlmlnlan whtnnoil hla Wm 11 M'Drlde
Wlie, uie uiiiur uuy , lur uuuauuijiuu a- i n n ji.nerr
travaganbo in;eatlng both butter and jj'Kiine
molasses on her bread. w it jncnbv
Hester .yaughan, convicted of tho jamcsKwher
muriicr oi ncr luenitimuiu eiuiu. ami
sentenced to bo haiiEfed.Tias nt last re
ceived full pardon irom Governor,
lion. E. F. Fillsburv has been tho
standinir Democratic candidate for Gov
ernor in Maine for u number of years.
it is now proposed to suustitute iion.
K. K. Smart for tho election in Septem
I S Banders
.1 K Youna-
LT W Kitchen
llaush A Hons
Estofl'K Jlorbeln 3 00
tit oo iim ah t js
wn nnnLfrltlNns' OP WOOIj ,
j,.. -". - . ' . . ,.
m eiehaneo totFAncyandBlftPiearyKOOus mail
T 1ST OV DEAIjEIW
LEGAL foOTlCFR 1
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. . f..it.in,i stofdoaions i "-"'-"Z''"ylo timxi
.,!,. f.tiiirupil nnd cuvsslfied by mPi.lll,r.,, I lTtlerflnrailinlnlstmMnn. ..K1'TI tii
daneo'wltli tl,o..;veraliu-t; 'n'', ,V,s. M. Slcelv.late of Mlllllavllietjff,S?!
for ninrontyi)(i!unibl.fortl0crOTeii" ,iP,nseif, lmvo been grante.il,.
for llioronty(n'.itnn)in io r mj t , dormitHl, Imvj been gi
andelRlitliunarednml lxly-'o. " """" I e.il.l county, to I, If.
Iw nn limtil
J... ... ivtllll
will Li kiiowed. rnrtlcii will find It to
wntage todejl with us and ""PHJnIW "l0
TltOM.AS OABSON A, CO., .
WHOI.K3AI.B t .
DEALERS M HOSIERY,
Miss's FUitNisniNa aoot)S(
LINENS & NOTIONS,
no. 18 itonin ronmn smisKT
COLUMBIA COUNTY TEACH
TO TEACH Kllfl, SCHOOL DinKCTOIlS AMD rnlEND3
1 1 lUIULAllUHl
Th nntambla County Teachers' Institute for
1S09 will be held at the Normal Hehooi uimamp
la Bloomsburg, commencing on Monday tbo (in
"S.! itnft cal Bl bv the nrlnclrat of
ii.V uionTnibnrc Normal Bcbool. rrof. Henry
Carver, assembles on the same da
the best of my Kiiowieugo " ."
lliulnrti. Ofi. Lktme,
Mlmn HtllO 11 'IK
n a Hockley
t It HnrsliollK
N .1 llemlcrshot
pl'KCtvr r.t'ni tv.w
I. K Whary
j I, Shannon
A M itiiiwri
i; i" lititr.
David jiwcnuerK i.iui..f".
atr of Jnne Itdiuat i ociock 1-. n.
Ite Normal lnstltnalle.l
MsembresTn the dav. and for
NoraarinVtltuW will continue from Jnno 2A to J n juijo
AuSstSth. The County institute will e held i.axt0n& Harman
one week, nnd If desired by the teachers may b.
I ircnrr Klelm
O A Jacoliy
puss A u tveou
Widmj or & Jacoliy
811 Miller AHon
utillnp A Wnlf
Httnyan tt Wnrdln
C O Marr
A J Kvam
rlMi W flori.ll
llloorasnurir iron jo
Ul I. If. Hith..f. Kfc
nalrtA tilftcn. All nprira.. i..rreuielM.l
' . . ' .: z z; . ; ; . - v.-v v 1 . " t i n s ..i .
inuiliii swuin "in ""IU CSUtto nrn VJLmm
tirRsenhtfieni for RettleWiai,! .....re tenn.p
tltoHO Indebted to make i'ltynu m 11 apJ
i. jv, rstJiiwiilVK.
A DMI NISTH ATOU'SNotTS)'
letters nf rulmlnlstratlorr tSi ,1 iS.,?Wt
jo oo K.llerbolnof Locnst township tSfflt"
SJ deo'U., imvo lon mnted by theffi ,
sons iiaviHKciaiiusoraeman(lsftMi;: i
ent aro rcouosted tomaltA i l,M ?ri.nlttilt
Indebted to inako payment, ntn
700 A DMINISTItATOR'S NOIlrai
7 00 jtjLKItTATR OS- WILLI AH M. Emt br,.
7 00 sons bavins clnlmi or domanJi T .Li
12 80 estate of tho decedont are reqne!lMl!;,'
7 OO fetter of administration on the J&l 1
7 00 M.Knt, lato of Hcott townshln ivSC'e
. ni .luwa.n.1 l.nvn liean nrn , . .Winn",'
7 00 saldcomitytoreterEutotnldfornii!l,Vl
??ntlnntJ dnlnR the tlr'e term 6f the Normal
lion H Bedford
h M Kills
M K ness
si S liayhurst
ft) H Dlotterlch
W" J Lawrence
Wm W lntcrstecn
Col J W Cake
Avera, u Hmiiu
Ksl of Oeo Urelsch
J 1, Bhnnnon
A J Dlcterlch
Ur J 11 Evans
Uohn O Dlldine
""SIS??tv initimtohas been held
2 00 1 much later In the school ycar.bttt it seems proper
2 00 and also essential that teachers should assemblo
2 1)0 ii well at the close of the l'nbllc Schools nsdurlng
a 00 tho term. , ., ...
ed to attend, and use bU best efforts to make i the
t .ti it it nower
Mrs 11 F Hvaus
,1 II Uodson
nowman et jncitsou
Miller II URiiesreuo
li A Co
12 oo esiaio oi itto ueceuont are reone,J,"
7 00 them known, and those lnaebtwiSV1
7 00 ment. ptlr,,
Instltuto successful both In respect to nttendanco
and Interest. In somo counties of the Stato 11 o
number of teachers nt County Institutes exceeds
he 1 number of schools. W 'V "'o' l'AtS
of Columbia county manifest the Bjmo Interest 7
Tile HCIIOOl uireciorB ui iu vuuuy , ttAu
hambneh A Sto-kcr Cnblntaiiu tsnop j
Miss liell liertrnn
James M HeosholHi
J J M'lleury A Colo 8toro
2 80 to attend during tho cntlro sesston. and partlcu. j j M'lleury A Colo
5 W lirly on Friday tno 2d day of July, which day nPujamlit M'Hcnry
00 I willbesetaparirorBuciiousinessuaiiiuj.wuu"" mmiD i wnw.
State Superintendent J. P. Wlekorsbam will bo I
in atienuauco uu iuu u v
Bloomsburg June i, IW. Suniy tmptrtntendent.
OF VALUABLE HEAL ESTATE.
Hie undersigned. Executor of tho last will and
testament oi Isaac
July 0th 1WU, 'at 1 o'clock In the aflcmoon, tho
TnACT No. 1. The right tltlo nnd Interest of
salddecedcni in nit inui certnin v iwu..,
J E Edson
F J, Phumntt
Wm K Ingenberger
MiMmel A Son
Wm M Kituctou
fUaoDavKlu oof Beaver township, iJVM Ucr
lunly, Pentisylvanbi, ueccised will m"F
e, by imbllo vendue, on FHIDAY, I Wm
A DMINI8TB ATOR'S NOTln'
XX JtSTATB OP JOIEril K1KESD1LI.?
Lettors of administration on tk."
Joseph Klkcndall of Mimirt wwnihi Ao
County deceased, have been triMT
llcglster of cald county to Slefifn ?
of , Ncscopeo, Mtzcrno County rUf,
All persons having claim, or.1
against the estate of the decedent an. i.
make them knownj nnd those lnd,i,r' V
imymcnt. HTEF11KN KKEv,il
jQ E N T I H'V- It Y;t
II. C. UOWEH, DEOTI8I ir
Respectrully nffeni his profre,ioni ,
the ladles and gunllemen of liloomtk?
clnlty. llo Is prepared to attend to,.rl
ous operations In the line of his Moi
Is provided with tho latest Improved S
Teeth which will bo Inserted oaI?T!
silver nnd rubber base lo look as ttm.i
ural teeth. Teeth extracted by MiS,
the teeth carefully nnd properly atttSrj
Ilcsldenoo nnd ofllee a few doon .
Contt House, samo elde. V
Gibson county, Tennessee, Iras a
young lady thirteen years old, who
weitrhs four hundred pounds, aud
another of tho samo ago who weighs
forty pounds, nnd Is twenty-six incites
A stick of chestnut timber cut nt
Trumbull. Conn. when squared, measur
ed 21x10 inches, was 23 feet long, and
was perfectly sound throughout. .It
required seven yoko of cattle to draw
it irom tne woocis.
Thfi Nabob of (teno-nl 1ms nrrlvpd
at Paris and registers lilmsclf on the
Hotel boons ns "Mumtazamui-Moock-
Judge John M. Bead has been
rewarded for his partially successful nt.
tempt last tan to nuuiiy an naturnllza
tion papers Issued by tho Supremo
Court of the State, by tho appointment
or ins son as uonsui uenerni to iraris.
A convict who Moaned from thn'ln.
dlana penitentiary last summer, has
writton to the warden from Minnesota
that ho Is "out of monev. sick nnd vcrv
anxious to get back and servo his time
A match has been mado between the
owners of Lady Thorno nnd George
Wilkes, to trot thoso eelobrated horses
in Juno next for a purso of ten thousand
dollars. This Is ns largo , a stake as has
ever oeen trotieu lor in tins country,
Tho scaffold from which Eaton was
nunrr, lias neen uscu at thirteen tl lifer
ent executions in this Stato. It is said
to- havo grown dilapidated In tho ser
Harry Gantz.. n colored bov In
Huntington, Pa., has committed to I
memory half tho Kow Testament. Ho
repeatcaiy recites veroaitm a sermon to
wnicn no nas ustencu.
Indiana presents for tho "champion-
ship" an old gentleman of 07, who, not
content with reading without spectacles,
has justplowed up threo acres and plant-
cu ii in corn.
Democratic State Convention.
The Democratic Stato Convention for the nom
ination of candidates for the office of Oovcrnor
and Judge of tho Supreme Court, will meet at 10
o'clock A, it., on WEDNESDAY, July mn, utw.
In the Hall of tho Houso of Representatives, at
narrlsburg. Ily order of tho Democratic Stato
WM! A. WALLACE, Chairman.
David Caldwell, Secretary,
Cmidldates Tor Nomination.
The following gentlemen havo been mentioned
for nomination to the several County Ofllces to
bo filled by election tho present year, and their
names will be presented for the consideration of
the Democratic Connly Convention:
I ......... nnir n nrnor nn Ihn muntv line bi
I . n u.i 11.111 n,i fVtl.mililfli thitni-ii bv inntis
o, rnriicsuuKuuwu ." """r--Ti'- - '. , ,i Rt)11
.1 11 Knllllo
M M llrobst
K S Keller
v ! ' CATAWISSA -TOWKSUir.
tHublect to tho decision of the confercos of Co
lumbia and Montour counties.)
J. R, JAMESON,
- SAMUEL CREABEY,
' UttrLIN TOWKSHIf.
. Catawissa, Miy. 81, 16G9,
Mu. SEditor: Permit rue through
your. columns to direct the publioatten
tlou.to an editorial found in the last is
sue, of tho" Republican, viz ; "Recently,
a Bird, .of an uncertain species was
struck cie." In reply, that Bird lived
ero.this cditoriwas cradled, and' still.
survives and asks no sympathy at tho
hands of so small a fry as tho editor of
thoJfcpuMccw.r That Bird nliuded to.
Jiaa been ajsyhigior Bopubllcan. slnco
1835, has since, .that timo taken tho
county paper mdvocating .tho Whig
pr, Republican policy, and. Is now a sub
scrlbor to the Republican, aud had there
been; a little moro sensible brain era
ployed by tho editor of that pnpor its
columns would not have contained an
indignant thrust at ono of his Innocent
subscribers. As to tbo "trash" spoken
of, published.In tho Columbian, wo
bad neither part nor lot in indicting or
;wrlting, and -consequently treat It U3
.Whiffets are generally treated when
found barking up the wrong tree. Anil
wo would hero advlso tho stockholders'
pt tho Republican, and especially thoso
who aro not tainted with 'Andy's Con
stitution" to make a spoedy change of
tho editorship of their paper, as wo
oplno if it is not done, ono year henco
will And it run into tho ground so deep
that it, will not bo within tho hearing of
tno sound of Gabriel's Horn nt the res
urrection. We aro sorry to say that
slnco tho former editor has left tho Re
publican, wo its subscribers havo largo
ly lost. The forraor life and tone of thq
paper has departed, and I can liken it
now to nothing moro appropriate than
a Whig paper printed lu Bloomsburg
40 yeart ago, vulgarly though not in
appropriately called tho Smutmachinex
yet still I tako it, as 'tis all wo havo
left of a former good thing,
The bint who hat yet tomejealhert.
WELLINGTON II. ENT,
In office there who Is authorized to per-
lorm tno ceremony.
It Is said that a shipwrecked Yan-
keo was lately rescued from ono of the
Marquesas Islands, whoso first Question
on being discovered was, "How did the
xuezican war, nnany como out?" lie
had been a soldier who left General
Scott's army beforo tho campaign clos-
Deplecb, tho woman of Marseilles I
who boiled twenty children to death.
has been sentenced to tho i galleys for
life, having been, found "guilty with
extenuating circumstances.1' The "ex
tenuating circumstance" possibly was
that -sho boiled, thorn in water and not
A curious wedding took place nt
tno no warn urove Hospital in men-
tnona, a low aaysogo, tno parties being
a colored man and woman, who, both
from frost-bite, bad lost their less.whicli
had been amputated nt the knees. Tho
man is said to bo nn excellent gardener
anu tno woman a gooa nouso servant.
Murat .Halstead, managing editor
of tho Cincinnati Commercial, 1ms an'.
I ... r An. nnn . y
lULuinu oi iNjupo u year. i. low years
ago ho was an employee In the estab
lishment with no income at nil. Genius
a T a invn...iA. r Tr......i ,.,
to. Mr. Alexander. Patterson,, of Now
York, his trotting horse Tattler, for $17,-
a.iio ia mu mi&uai. iinuu uvcr ruu-
1 1 rcl 1 n thai UtAfn fn- nl.lllnl.nn
and is $2,000 moro than tho prlco paid
REOISTEn AND HECOBDEIt.
' B. FRANK ZARR,
WILLIAMSON II. JACOBV,
, JOHN SNYDEn,
, -D. B. IIAMPTON,!
' 1 MADISON TOWNSHIP.
' IILOOM TOWS3HIP,
J. S. SANDERS i
II. P. WIIITEMAN,
a HE EN WOOD TOWJVSIIIP
VMUiwocitKKi: to wy 81111
.orusnost l-JtMrrhfmtn n. ntfinoi Ihcnco bv
IBuun how ur iuiiuui iy u v '
ouo nuuarcu nnu Beveuiymuo ii cm-s m nwiuo, :
thence by Innda of the name north ono nnu n null
degrees eutt sixty-four torches to a chcslmit oak;
Ibonrr. unnth fnrlv nnd ft hflU tlfcreCS CftSt. nlllO-
ty-four iwrches to a cum; thenco south scventy-
Novon ftnu n nan uenrecs cum, bixij-iuui u
aiiriit.tiiniiiti rwnrriioa tn n. Biniio: Liu'iica kuulii
forty-eight nnd n half degrees cast eighteen and
eicht-tentlis perchei to n Btoue ; thence nouth
Beveuicennnuii nnu ui-grefis cusv unu uuuuiw
nn.i rvirtv.ihr Ami fmi r.t en tlis berehes to n
o hpRfnntnnlrM hence Houth lift vone nnd a fourth
I decrees wesi niueiy percnesion ciifhuuii, nm.;
three hundred and eoveniy perciies 10 mo piacc
CONTAINING 133 ACRE3 AND CO
nml allowance about 870 acres of which Is situa
te in Union township, Schuylkill county. By
iuadv this IB ttiiown as ine -neuner Aracw
Tn Arr "So. 2 AU that certain nlcco of land ly
lng lu Beaver twp. aforesaid, bounded and de
scribed as follows: Beglnnluantaposton land
of James luteal, (now iauu oi uairei. van
Hiring em.) south one hundred and sixty-seven
nnd one-half degrees wett one hundred and ntno
tv.Klx torches ton nine thence bv vacant land
three nnnarea ana nxiy-iwo percnes 10 a cueii
nut: thence by vacant land (now Isaac Davis.)
north oue hundred and sixty beven and one-half
degrees eaat one hundred and ninety-six perches
1 1 on atYt ttinnpA hv Innrf nf .TnnirH fnnw
or heretofore George Dallas,) north rteventy-three
and one-half degrees west three hundred nnd
sixty-two perches to the place of beginning.
CONTAININ6 FOUR HUNDRED EIGHTEEN
AND ONE-FOURTH ACRES
more or less: It being the samo piece of land
which was sold by the Commissioners of Colum
bia count v, for taxes Jnlyl0th.18o2.and bought by
Chnrles l Mann and W.G. Hurley, for which the
Deed was mode to C. F. Mann, and being all that
part of four hundred and eighteen and one-fourth
acres as lies In Columbia county, of a tract of
lanu survey cu ior uamenieca uy virtue omwur
runt dated the Srd day of January A. D. 179J, and
being tho same piece of land which Charles F.
Mann did by his indenture dated the th day ot
May A, D. lh&S, convey to Burton W. Fortner.aud
which said Fortner by his Indenture dated De
cember 2Htn did convey to said Isa&o Davis.
TiiACT No. 3. AU ttiat certain piece of land
sttuatodln Beaver twp.Columbla county .bounded
and described oh follows : Beginning at a htone
on land of Isaac Davis, north seventy-two and a
half degrees west one hundred and eighty-one
perches to a stone ; thence by land of Daniel Keen
north nineteen derrees cast ono hundred nnd
fifty perches to a stone; thence by land of Isaac
Davis north twenty-eight degrees west ninety
two perches ton stone; thence by land of Isaac
Dnvfannrth nnn nnd n. Iinlf lfrrof mat. ti I net v.
one and a half nerchc to the iTlace of benlnnlntrJ
ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTEEN ACRES AND
couveyeu io isaac u. uavis uy aeeu anu Assign
"v uuivu 4uubi iffku, n.as.ioiAi, nu uili-i nuiu
appraised to Catharine A. Davis widow of Isaac
!. Davis, late of Beaver twp. deceased, as part of
ucr Bimru ui isuuc n, xuvist .uuceusea, csi.uuo ner
under the threo hundred dollar exemption act.
and tho same tract which tho said Catharlno Ai
Davis deeded tn lliirton W. Vnrtnur Itv lipr In.
denturo dated May Srd, A.D.IKS, and which said
Fortner by his Indenture dated December ivth
ioit uiu convey io saiu isaao Davis.
Tho abovo lands are In cloaonrnxlmitv to fjitn.
wls&a Creek, and tho CatawUsa Rail Road runs
Lurougu pur uons ox mem, anu tucy aro
CONVENIENT TO THE COAL REGIONS,
being only 8 miles from Shenandoah City, 10
nines jrom juaaanoy city, ana i mites irom
Ashland. The property Is well timbered with
Roc Is Oak, Yellow Fine and Fitch Fine, suitable
.ur r raming umuer, woou, uarK, u. it. Hius.etc.
Conditions or Salic One-four Lh of the our-
chose money to be paid down ; one-fourth lu six
months, nnu the balance In one year, with in
terest and with approved security. Purchasers
urerequeflteaiomeetaiuenrig's Hwltcli, at tho
iime uipoiuiea ior me saie io oesin. when ciucs-
lions as to tho title, and other matters will be
c D- BROCK WAY,
June J,'fl3-Ct Executor.
lches & on muvu
Inalnh JohnHon & Son more
M ron1,nrt RlllrO KtorO
J K Shnrnlc- & Mon Store
C.impiiell t liaruer uuiuul nuyv
Win Hartman "
0 HEAT .REMEDY. ,
FOR TICK CURE Or
TUKOAT AND LUNO DISEASES.
Dr. Wisliart'PlnoTrce Tar Cordial.
lilsthe Vital nrlnelnlonf Ihn Plna Trpn. nt.
tallied bra peculiar procesiflu the dUtlllluUon of
IImi Ur, by wlilcli IU lilghebt medical properties
iiij uo only uiremora and reliable remedy
The lladlcals of Tennessee, who com.
uiCDccd by'HlUfranclilalni; all whlto
men who differed with theai In political
sontlmenU aod opinions, havo now-cur.
a higher rank In tho nwy, worked likel ricd the tloctrino Into their own ranks,
a charm. Ho passe back across tho I and a split Jn tho party Is tho conso.
room, put 'down his military cap, plae-l auenco. This is" curses coinhitr homo to
cd himsolf at his wrHlhjr.tnhlo, polltelyf roost,
for JjQxlngton, Tattler is flvo years old. 1 J?hl?jj eret sn rreporea from tho juice of
II tnvlcpratc, tho dlgestlre orjaus and restores
It strenKthens the debilitated srstem.
It purlfiiis and enriches the blood, and expels
from the system tho corruption which scrolula,
ureeus on lue 1UUKS.
It dissolves the mucus or phlegm whlchlstop,
the alr-tmssaees of tho lunim.
Its healing principle acts upon the Irritated
aurfOCO Of the Iunva aud thmat. tifnAtrntlnv in
each diseased part, relieving pain and subduing
11 is tne result or ve&rs or .tnrtv nn, .tm.1.
menu and Ills offered to the afflicted, -with, the
positive assurance of lu power to cure the fol.
lowing diseases, If the patient has not too long
delayed a resort to the means of cure :
Consumption of the Luues, Cough, Sore Throat,
and llreasl, Bronchitis, Liver Complaint, llllnd
mul Itliwillnir l'llc A.ll.in. Wl,.u,ni.. .
Dlptherla, t&, Ae,
we are oiieu asaea wuy are notoiuer remedies
A widow In Onondairo eonntv. Nnn'
York, recently cut out her own dniu'li.
tor in the good graces of her lover, and
married hun horecl f. To obtain revenge
for tlils'unmothcrly trick, tho daughter
bwi, nur capui mo young man's ricn
iainer, oi wnom no was the only lielr,
to tho InUnlto annoyanco of her step.
They havo worn out a whipping
post and a pillory In Wilmington, Del.,
and aro to f.avo new ones of tho most
substantial character. Tho Delaware
folks still havo great faith in thoso un
dent instrumentaof punishment. They
say they keen rogues from coming into aDdrM
tho Stato, and SUVO tllO peoplo from tho U. Wlshart'sPlnoTreeTarCordUl. Weauswe'r-
ui-cessiiy oi restorting
viguuucu i-ouimiiioes. I unhealthy
matter collected nbont thn lhrnat nn.l
.'Plin f.il I AIL'I n r n,lllllnA l' nn.lm.. 2d. MoitThrruit
tors for Pennsylvania havo been np. aTMurbelr.iag
pointed by Mr. CreSWCll I become hardenedJtnd the unhealthy fluids coag.
ijiinesioiiuvilio. moniour county. JJ. I . M: lua n; iw coruiai, wua us aula.
?. Funk, vice John Dlldlne, removed,
iiuiuuiL-K urroir. ljuzcrne miiniv
Clooreo lt..rrlngee, vice. J. Wendel, re
A slugular disturbance occurred In
a court-room at Ureensbunr. Ind.. a Taw
days ago. A Mr. Ewing, a lawyer of
itmv pmw, in nreuiug iii'iiliist a new
trial in a bastardy t-uso, used language
that was distasteful to tho Judgo.wliere.
upon the latter assaulted the former,
inflicting dangerous if not fatal Injury,
Tho Judgo, Bon ncr by namo, was arrest,
ed, and Is dow in Jail awaiting tho re
sult of 'Ewlng's Injuries.
tantstare preferable, because they remove the
cause of IrrlUllon of th mucous membrane and
on the unhealthy secretions, and purify the
blpod.thus scteatlncaUy making the cure DerlecL
ur. wubart has on nle al his office hundreds
and thousands of Certificates, from lieu and
Women of unquestionable character who were
once hopelessly given up to die, but through the
Providence of God wore completely restored to
healtk bv the Pine Tree T.r VMIil a i.p,.-i"
elau U atUndauce who cau be consulted In per
nee oj nue ire
ou u. ur nun. nw oiciiBruiL friA ri 'r....
.u( uunu fflw lcr UU111B, fit
Flint. Hmii, l,
cxiires.vu receipt oi price. Auare
WUhart, M.lJ.NoSa North 8diJU.l'hIl,
Aiay zi, vv-wi
.EXTBAOT HAIISAPAHILLA, IS TUB
AT IlljoOD PUItiriEllT '
Mart In Monaglian
W U Millilt .
Hlmmaii.tAilllnrd Storo .
Irfjwls Canlncr Oroiory
John CouRhlln "
An Fortner Tin Shop
Mrs vt ni jftmrs wunu
imlmar &. ItolfsnvJcr Storo
J J IlnaRltuid
Jacob Hponslcr n '
March & Harris Grocery
Samuel Deltterlck "
S 8 Vowlcr & Bro
WlUtmlro & Bower "
"DltlAItOItEEK BOUNTY EXCESS
J. C. Smith and Jno. KUner SupcrWsors for
To cash of different persons and com-
mltUes $1571 12
4U UUUt,U UUl UUU BUU-
scrlptlon 91019 77
To amouut not subscribed
or paid 0)3 27
To balauco duo Smith A KIsucr 108!)
Ily cash paid J. (1 , Jacoby paymaslcr
Volunteccrs ..,., f lill 10
iy cuiiiiuuwiuu on 5io4 w ni iy. per
cent 33 St
By cash paid auditors for this ac
count (j io
By Smith services 3 nj
The undersigned have examined the nboveor!
count and Bud It to be correct. Wo find bal.
ouco due Smith fc Klsner one thouband nine
hundred and elghty-olsht dollars and four ccuU.
Audited by authority act ot asHembly approved
Ilr'lnrcreek, April HO, 'tfj.
WM. LAMO.V. . Auditors.
STEPHEN MlCHAEL, f
JgniAItOREElC BOUNTY FUND.
J, C. Smith Collector ot bounty tax.
To balance, auditors' statement May
To amount of duplicate! 1807 & 1808
To cash from Cofiea, unseated laud
To cakh from Cn.Tres, unseated land
Ily bonds redeemed
Ily Interest paid ou bonds 1 '
Ily balance unpaid nnd uncollected
.,. .. VJMtn
iiv uuueniiuvu uuve eiamiueu me above
llrlarcreek, April no, '(ill.
JNO, H.HS11TH ) .
WM. I.AMON. ( Xudllors,
w STEl'HEN MCIIAEIi, f
A U8TIN & CO'O
IIIIEAT ONE DOLLAR SALE.
H I It I N 0 OIBOBLAIIR..
Will be Issued and ready for AgenU and custo
mers on and after April Ulth, oouululug the lar-
List ever Issued xenange aua ITeuuum
Ageuts .of Clubs of Thirty and upwards, will
have their premiums Increased oue-fourlli when
ai. iu, cun-Ki are reiurusu.
WOBIC t'OH US AMD WI WILL WOEE ron YOU.
AgenU wauled everywhere. Circulars sent
JUSTIrJ & CO
32 .M Federal, aud 107, 111, 119 Congress Streets,
. UOSTON, Mass.
J M Amniprmau
Hwazy S Kramer
J N Jones
icorno .u iiiiweu
J F M'Henry
11 21 Ai'ucnry
Hoc-art A ICninicr
I'D II lack
1 1. 1 W MimU.ru
pOWDER KEGS AND Lt
w . m. MumiuE 4 CO, J
Rupert, Ta,, g
Manufacturers of x
and dealers la all kinds of ni
13 M glTe nolIce tQfll they are Preprel lo 1
. 7 00
7 00 I their custom with dispatch, aud on Itlo
20 00 erm. UU,W
CHARTER OAK LIFl
Mr. It. W. Sweeny agent for Colrai
tcrno Counties. Dear Sir. I
I tftko pleasure In acknowledglniiiiU
amendlnc tlio clIAKTElt mif
I KIlltANdl-l TllAlPANY. fur !! t.rr.t
12 ("0 1 fair deallnir, Thlscompauy mnkpiw.
7lllnf nirrMTATJlirNfl I'RIMIMTU vlj
1 HO 1 cancels aud returns them to the ln.i
11. W.BWKEVV I
.1. u.utnuw ui
niltnWlSRA- Pn. An.
O O K STORE. I
Tho undersigned, liavlng taxes lr
lalelt' occunled bv Dr. P. John, nrit A.
tho Kxcliauge Hotel, would notify tbe.1
the County that there will be comlsoiii
ft full assortment of -
HOOKS. STATIONERY. AND WAII;
Ainu uiu vuiiuus Aiuiuiues aua ji
J II Vosllno
Henry uaolo sr
P tlrM Yucum
J H Creasy
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Tulibs A Coleman
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laker " 13 10 00
Shoo Store 11 7 00
Store , II 7 00
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MAINE. - -
'Stole ' ! 14 00
Storo ll 7 00
Slnro, 13 10110
11 10 00
Milliner 11 7 00
1 .Dealers.,.,..,. 8,30 00
Grocery II 7 00
Confectionery',, 11, 7 00
Miller 11 7 CO
published In this country, orders lot r,
be promptly attended to. 1
, , THE CIRCULATING LIBRA!,
which has been In exlatencoforoynl
tno nuuui, aupjMfi, oi me commKi
terms aro reasonable, aud additional c'
are needed to JusUfy an Increase la
Tho usual larce fctocB of 1
NOTIONS ANn VANRY ntti
will bo kept up and no pain? tivM?
the wanu of purchasers.
May 11,'CO-tf lilMW
Attorney at LniE
Office in the Eitkinio Bulldln,ietaili
WiJmjer li Jaeboy'i Cosfectmncir, k,
sbova the Eicasnje Hotel . I
llloomoburg, Jan. 1, WW.
TITHOOPINO1 COUGH OT
TT DELEVAU'S CELEnilATED a
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rreoared at Six and Wnn,l r.h pti
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Baker A Burllngame Grocery
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OUT THE BEST
3000 engravings; isio pages qua
10,000 Words and Meanings notUu
Viewed as a whole, we' are co&tfal
other living language has a illclloii.1
iuuy anu iaiiiuuiiy &eis jonn iw
tion as this last edition of Webster If
our. written and sooken English toe;
inese turee books are tne sum w
libraries : the Bible. Sbalupeare, ul
Itoyal quarto. CnicafloiVenlny
, Til KN xiv Weiistku Is glorloui-1
it duunces and denes corapeuuou
nothlng to be desired,. 21.
l're$'t l'auar College. .
The most useful and rematkaue ex
of human knowledge lu our lanfU.
Clark, President Mass. AgrlcltumllA
WEBSTER'S NATIONAL PIW
1010 l-ACIIM OCTAVO. 000 J5NaKAVI!l
Tha work In VAnllv a. npnv bt a ZHd-
the thing for tho million." America'
"in many respects, vils uieiionwr
convenient ever publlshed."-i"l
An n mnn.inl 7.4 Hf.n.M ItlnCHU
ted lor use In families and schools."-.
-mi u nitozetner tho best ireiuu.j
Ut the whlefi ttieKnffl8hbineliageli
PublUhcd by U.i C.MERRIAM,Sprlt.
All. persona who may feel aggrieved by the
uooveciasainsaiioncan nave an opportunity of
LO.IIUB u juu mo uuuersigneu ut
his residence, lu bfahtownat any time until
S'? mrt?y .Ju,n. W lm- "l which tlmo an an"
fiurg 88 '" Bl0ra"-
Bloomsburg Juno 4 'CO-tf "CaXUWa AW'-
1011 IHH SIXTH DISl'ltlCT.
Iu tho great work of cnianclDatln" maiiklmi
irom Iho thmldom of lanoranco.suueraiiiinn nnd
barbarism, tho Teacher holds a very responsible
UM,w-i iiiuni-uciier who nas a comprehensive
and n clear apprehenslou of the nature of tho
work iulrusted In his hands, will gladly embrace
every opportunity for personal Improvement as
well as the elevation of his office.
In compliance with a request from many sucu
teachers we have made arrangements to hold a
special Term adapted fo the wanu of all erodes
of Teachers. Able Professors will glvo class drills
and dally lectures upon methods of Teaching
and management of Schools. Many of the Dls.
tlngulshed Educators of this and other States
have been luvltcd and are expected to attend and
give us the benefit of their experience, and we
cm but hope and trust that very many of the
Teachers of ourBUtowlllcomeaud enjoy a sea;
on of refreshing, and spend at least a part of
...v.. ,u.....u ... .mu, im,iun.iugiiie acquaint
ance of, and lu comparing notes with other live
Come then and let us all unite in moving for.
ward the great cause of human amelioration,
Wo expect to havo our fine Boarding Hall fur.
nlshod so that a large Dumber of the teachers can
board In tho Institution, and It seem, fitting that
convention of teachers should bo the first to
occupy that noble structure.
A cordial Invitation U extended to all the
County BuperlnUudenU to take part In the pre.
natations and exercises, rlsa School ninu.i.
W Visit tho School. It will afford Directors a good
opportunity to secure good teachers and good
teachers good positions.
Wi will furnish Text Book, for the bene,
nt of the teachers excepting lu coses wnere
a teacherwlsbes tostudy tome particular Author,
lu which caw thsy.wlll bring their own. The exj
pense for Board, Books an4 Tuition, will be five
yv. neeaanuieacneracauiuyaa long or
short a time as their clrcunuUnces require,
The Term will commence June 28tu and cout
tlnue until tho opening of Fall Term Aug. , 1840,
,uitiier luiunuaiiuu auuress
HENRY CAllVKIt a.m.
i'riudpal o! Bloomsburg State Normal Hrhnni.
I iay ,,-uii-2in
("10NSUMPTION CAN BE
Call nr nil, I rev. Ur ! (1. lAltl(l0
EIGHTH Bl. Philadelphia, Pa. .
. l.vS. Special attention given to if
LUMI Dlsomes. -
OUANTITY vs QUAIffl
W, BOT.1VH Kiirru-.l. HaraanrllU. '
small. Those who desire a large 1-
large doses of medicine bltlu
II. IRVINE'S GREAT
M E D I O I
vsed ion xonxTUAN romr rxiu:
In lliammf ,nuH.f..l Mnl..lnn 1 etdl
the cure of DyspepeU, Liver Cooip
Disease. Avuu Vtv.r. uml dbieasfl el
Is made euurely of
ROOTS AND HEBl
One dose will
one.who gives It a fair trial. No Io
without It. It Is astonishing whjtj
effected InCentro aIidBrlarcreeltto,
Huntingdon, and where It has ben
last spring. Tcople who have bn;
the above diseases for the last Bit1
no Physlclau could reach their "
cured uud healthy by using tho
GREAT INDIAN MEDIO
It has never failed to cure Ague, '
raugement of the stomach.
I hope all who are afflicted wj1
disease will apply for the treat lrj
OINK which au l had' at A- 1
Medlclnestore lu Light Street Cow
Ph., or of his eeueral agent J. R-ul
AgeuU wauled. - ,
'i'hl medlclue la prepared onljj')
VOUNO LADIES DEW
X the lnlurtou effects ot ran
Washes. XII such rsmedle clo"
or the sklu.aud In a short time i d
plsxlou. If you would have a ff
youthful appearance, use Ileini"
disorders that afflict mankls
corruption of the blood. ljln'
BtrsaparllU 1 a remedy of the ut"
TVTOT A FEW OP
JT- OF VALUABLE REAL K?
TThe undersigned, Executor of I!
of IllcKim, township deceased,
ale a ccilulii houso aud lot.sltuuu
burg, ou Rock Strett. bouudt-d by
A H. 0. Hartman, and by i""H;Si
to sold estate, conuinlnj "vei
front. The term are. reasonable. '
will bo glveu wlthlu thiny days a i(