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FlllOAX MOUN1NO, JULV 30, IIBB.
V TItH COI.UMUIAN has the Largest
Olrenlatluii of any ,pcr published In
XorOttrn Pennsylvania, and It also a
nneh larger sheet linn anr of ItseoUm-
porarlesi and la therefore t he best medium.
for RiiTtrtmBig In Ihle often nnni state
Before nnotlicr Issue of Tini Colum
bian, our Convention will liiiVo irirM
ami porforincil its uutlen. All ngrco
tlmt It is tin important, one. Upon it
will ilcvolvo the Bclcctlon of candidates
for tho various ofllcca to bo filled next
October. A bad or imprudednt nomi
nation will weaken tho ticket, as a
weak link endangers rt wliolechaln ; wo
therefore) hopo that our best men will
bo selected ; men devoted to our wind
plrs, and energetic In disseminating
Thu delegates to bo selected should bo
tho best men In the County, whoso ol
Jeet will bo tho patty's good and not the
advancement of selfish or personal ends.
They should be men who' will' faithfully
represent their constituency, and not be
swayed from duty by any consideration.
Wo havo not expressed through our
columns n preference for any candidate;
nor will wo do so now. They nro all
competent to perform tho duties of 'the
several offices1 to 'which they may bo
nominated, and tho nominees' will re
celvo our hearty, undivided support.
We would counsel harmony and
moderation. Our opponents aro expect
ing divisions in our ranks, and wo must
disappoint them. All ennnot'lw nomi
nated, and tho unsuccessful must abldo
by tho verdict of tho people. Now, as
ever, Columbia county In'ust present an
unbroken front to tho enemy, and' by
2,(100 inaJorlty'expreBS her preference
for Asa 'Packer and Cyrus L. Pershing,
John W. Geary.
It is oftentimes tho duty of a Journal
ist. to wrlto upon topics utterly trifling
in themselves and only meriting notice
from tho momentary lmportanco with
which Fortune has Invested them. Thq
man whose name heads this article is a
awe in point.
By one of thoso unaccountable freaks
which occur in politics ithis person
lias been raised to u high place in tho
land, whilst possessing In: no do
greo, however remote, any of tho quail
ilcatlons requisite for tho position.
Weak, vain and pompous, (destitute of
ability and of the tact which oftentimes
supplies its lilaco, ho hits in tho gubcr
national chair, despised alike by friends
Of his 'oratorical powers tho wholQ,
people havo had opportunities to
judge, and although it is not a post
tlvo disgrace for a iriaiLto bo un
ablo to m'ako a' speech, yet it is, in
that case, wheq ho docs not hold his
tongue. Ills statesmanship is ovidenced
in his "supplementary rproclamati6n"
on tho election of- Foster over Covodb ;
Ids legal acquirements by thobill,whlch
ho sat up all nighttto sign, and which
had tor Its' object tho destruction of a
Judicial district of tho state. Neither
Justice, truth nor patriotism havo any
placoinhis narrow mind. With him
tho success of party measures and of
John w. Geary are tho beginning and
tho end or all things. Fit representa
tive of a party which esteems Daniel E.
Sickles a gentleman and John Covode a
scholar, ho presides over tho destinies
of this great commonwealth, an object
of mingled admiration and contempt;
admiration that having so ltttlj ho has
romo to bo so great; contempt for his
vanity, his Ignorance., ond his general
emptiness. Tho time will como when
Pennsylvania, looking back over her
list of Governors, will slop at tho namo
of John W. Geary, and wonder what
pinplothey wero In thoso days, who
could choose such as this .man t6 rulo
over them. ,And so say we now.
A nisRiaccftii Hun.
The Democracy or Luzerno nro In n
sadshapo. One branch of tho Standing
Commlttco has called for a convention
to meet at Scranlon.and another branch
for ono to meet at Wilkes Barro nt tho
samo time. Wi'thout stopping to In
quire which faction Is right, wo tleslro
to say that If tho people or Luzerne do
not tako this matter in hand and at
once, thodereatof tho county ticket this
Fall is Inevitable. While this would be
oproperpunhhmontto tho wrangling
politicians apd offlco seekers, It would
bo a serious blow to th.0 party. After
placing Luzerno's favorlto on tho ticket
as candldato Tor Governor.it is cross in
gratitude for her to imperil I1I3 chances
for election by local squabbles.
Broweu vh Bradley, Thcso two
bright and shlulng lights of Radicalism,
and exponents of the truq faith to their
adherents lit Columbia and Montour,
are having Ult. As umpiro wo aro
bound to seo fair play, though llku tho
old lady whoso husband was fighting
tho bear, it don't make much dlfforcuco
to us which gets worsted.
Browcr lust week-put In tho following
".squat iow. equal. low, yo com
mon mortals, for tho owl of Columbia
has hooted. Pains, penalties and vcn.
geance dire, aro threatened ugalnst tho
hapless wight, who neglects to bow to
mo uignuy 01 brainless pomposity,''
"Lay ou McDuir."
The fact that Asa Packer is a man of
nigii personal ciiaractcr is not a maiitlo
wiuo enougn to nwo tho Ulsairectlon
and profligacy of tho Democratic loaders
who nominated him for Governor.
The Democrats nominated Asa Pack
er becauso of "high personal character"
and for this reason thousands of Itcpub-
llenns will Bupport him. Bo far from
mcro being pny dissatisfaction, no
nomination ever' secured such hearty
The South Carolina Legislature (re
constructed) Is composed of tho follow
ing cholco Radical material: "Of tho
Gil members, CO aro negroes or imilut
toes, and io whlto j 22 read and wrlto
(8 grammatically); tho remainder (11)
mako (heir mark with tho aid of an
amanuensis j nlnonro tax-payers to an
aggregate amount offMO.JO; tho rest
i 1) pay no iaxfa,ant tho body lovlospu
tho whlto pcoplooffhofifnto fur 1,000,.
The Cloltimlilti County Iuvitsloit.
Thk witness Richard Stilus: This
person, who may bo ranked In position
If not In Importance uoxt after Eil. M'-
Henry, was n swift and willing witness
for tho prosecution, and though his re
velations of fact wero not very Impor
tant nor at all rcllablo In their details,
they wero well Intended to securo tho
parly objects 07 tli6ir6'96cUtIoli. 'Tliclr'
particular selection, their coloring, and
tho spirit and temper of tho witness all
Indjcatcd or pointed toward that object..
A member ortho HarrHUurg linr who
was orciiunscl for Most of 'tho Dofdil
dants.whnio cases wero tried, recently
remarked to'us.lhatof all tho witnesses
upon tho trials ho, thought tho Worst of
luchard Stiles, who seemed nniniatcil
by a malignant spirit for enjoying tho
sufferings and hardship of his neigh
bors and whoso evident purposo and
labor It was to.lnjuro them as much as
tiosslblo by his testimony.
Stiles was a holder of certain small
ofllces,by political fav6r,durlng tho war,
and became very zcatotis t6 promote
tho Interests and gratify tho passions of
thoso to vhnm ho was Indebted, for his
His evidence in Tirr.ItANTZ cask :
Upon tho Itantz trial, In October,
Stiles testified, that ho heard of tho
Itantz meeting on 11th of August, but
was not thcro; that ho attcuded a meet
ing at tho Ash's School House about tho
Ias.t of March 1SCI, at which twenty to
twenty-live men" wero pro-tout ; ho bo-
llove.il, tho School Directors called tho
meeting lo know" whether tho, people
would bo willing to bo taxed to ralso ri
bounty for volunteers. Somo wpro in
favor of tho proposition and somo wero
not. "Itantz was opposed ; advised tho
people to keep their money to buy arms
t6 fljilit at homo. John II. Davis said,
'John wo can't do It, wo aro too weak.'
Rnntz said, ho thought not ; ho had been
id Bloomsburgthat day; Jurtcamo from
Bloomsburg. ,IIo said, lawyer Frcezo
had old him, Illinois was about seced
ing and tho Statu of Now York. m8
about to go out of tho Union. Rnntz
said, Abolition loaders' had seven pock
;U and novor were satisfied' till they got
them all full of money. Meeting ad-
Jdumcd to meet again 'without doing
anything." Tho witness proceeded to
state a conversation ho had with Elhvl
M'DTcnryon lllhof August, and an
other which ho hftd with Ranlz In 1$02,
in which tho latter said' his son Jonab
was not of age lo bo enrolled, and mado
declarations similar to that abovo men.
tloncd about fighting at homo. Ho
(tho witness) "went on, and left him'
Stiles then detailed a conversation he
had with William Applcmau in the
spring of 18G.1, iu regard to secret meet
Ings, as follows: "I bald to him 'I
heard you had a secret meeting at Ash's
School House.' 1. told, him lunderstoOd
they wero sworn to, resist tho draft :
understood him to say thoy wero not
sworn at all : ho said thoy did tako up
on" themselves an.ob'llgation.to support
tho constltutoln of theUnltcd States and
of tho Stato of Pennsylvania. I told
him I, had been stralghtly informed tho
object was, to resist tho draft, and, if so,
thoy would all bo arrested and put Into
prison; and ho replied, Hhero would
not bo prisons enough to hold us.? Jly
sister, Mrs., Peter Applcmau, In formed
mo of the object of tho meeting ; also
Daniel ICarn who said ho had been in,
but not till It was finished, unless ho
would bo 0110 of them." In answer to
questions by 'tho Commission witness
told spino particulars ho had heard
about, tho Itantz meeting of tho nth 'of
August, and said ho had seen men
armed going to and returning from it.
" Cross-examincd:Tbo meeting I speak
of concerning bounties at Ash's School
House was tho'flrst meeting. Thoy ad
journed to meet again without coming
to a conclusion ;J think, Samuel Rhono
was Chairman ; I think therowasavoto
taken ; I think tho majority that night
was iu favor of raising tho money;
Rautz did not vote at all; voting was
by , raising tho right hand; I kept a
sharp look out ; thero was but ono mora
meeting; then a committee was ap
pointed to canvass tho sub-districts ;
John J. Stiles, Thomas,Davis, Wljliam
Applcmau, Joiin It. ICeclcr and others;
I do not remember if Lemons's hauling
was on that day or not ; Itantz did not
opj.oso my nomination for Sheriff;' I
consider Itantz a man that talks con
JZcumlned by the Commission ;"I can't
stale who voted In tho minority at tho
meeting to ralso bouutles. Thero was
a negative vote taken, I think Itantz
voted against it, and spoko right out
Remarks. l.Stiles sald,on direct ex
amination, "tho meeting to ralso boun
Then, on cross-examination, "they ad
journed to meet again without coming
to a conclusion," But pressed by fur
ther questions hu Anally gavo to him
self a flat contradiction by saying; "I
think there was a voto taken ; I think
tho majority that night was In favor of
raising tho monoy."
2. Speaking of tho samo meeting ho
said, on cross-examination, "Itantz did
not voto at all ; voting was by raising
tho right hand ; I kept a sharp' look
out." But again I10 flatly contradicted
himself in saying, in answer to a ques
tion by tho CommissIon,"I think Itantz
voted against it and spoko right out
3. Stilcs's narrativo of what was said
by Hantz at tho meeting must bo great
ly exaggerated, if not agross fabrication.
Samuol Ithono Esq., who was President
of tho meeting, testified subsequently,
that he "did not hear Hantz mako any
remarks ; mado no public speech ; heard
no remarks from Itantz ;" and no wit
ness was called to corroborato Btllcs.
Besides, Esq. Ithono testified further,
that within a week after tho meeting
Itantz told him "wo must help tho boys,
tho tax will bo high hut wo must try
and pay it ;" and William Applcinan
testified, "I took subscription for boun
ties, John Itantz subscribed 1100.00 for
himself, nndfciVOO for another man.
Theso wero voluntary subscriptions In
addition to tho tax.''
4. Stiles says that iu Ids conversation
with WHIInm Applemau concerning tho
secret (or Club) meetings, ho understood
him to deny that tho members wero
sworn at all. But Immediately after.
wards ho admits that Applcmau told
him thoy took an obligation to support
the constitution of thoUnlti 1 States and
tho constitution of Pennsylvanla,whlch
was in fact tho very oath of Initiation
as shown by abundant testimony jipon
Tho foregoing car-marks of falsohood
or misrepresentation will cuablo all our
readers to Judgo of tho credibility ond
valuo of testimony bylllchard StllosT
Of cqurso trToimputatlon that Col.Freczb
had over told John Itantz that Illinois
and NowiXork woro about to sccodo
froirtha ;jrnlon;iwastllorly falso'and
preposterous1, .Stliesjo2v!that Itantz
iafdthaf lavyoTFreez3 had said, wlml
no sano man over thought of or bcllovcd
much less uttered I The Blmplo expla
nation nil this is, that-Btllcs misrep
resents what was said by Itantz, If, In
fact, tho latter over said ono. Word upon
tho subject In question.
AVoslmir confludp oiir examination
of (estlmnny by thl-nvltness In bur next
nlimber, supposing that our readers
have had enough of him for tho present.
(Jciu j nml Gardner.
Tlio certainty of Geary's defeat for re
election as Governor of Pennsylvania
.siiould not deter tho pcoplo of tho Stato
from tiio contemplation of what n bun
gling and burglarious, being )io Is. Iu
"Radicalism of which Cameron is tho
moral, Kcllcy tlio sapient, and Forney
the refined exponent, tho' nomlnco for
tho highest offlco of tho commonwoalth
could not well bo other than tho person
In whoso solitary self aro rolled all tho
contemporary characteristics ,of theso
thrco saints of thoorder of Ulysses. And
nlthough this doughty Governor has nl
allowed cxpresslvo sllonco lo muso his
pralso during tho thrco years of his rule,
und;nltiiough ids friends andthopapors
curscii with tho candidacy of him nro
fondof'perinltting him tiio samo trlbuto
and nono other, it becomes duo lo him
and to history to put on1 record a feat In
hU lifo yhlch makes him "ono of tho
most remarkable men In our country."
That Gcnry can wrlto his naino is
solely Infernblo from 'thd fact that ho
has never "mado his marlr." But that
ho can or does write his messages Is not'
maintainable: When In Kansas, ho
most assuredly stolo' them. Slnco ho
has been In Pennsylvania ho rao3t pro
bably has hired tho preparation of them.
And tho man who, from tho intrinsic
etiaracter of tho documents and from
tho eternal fitness of things could most
certainly havo'becn' bought for thobusl-
ncss, Is ICcmblC, tho fjtato Treasurer.
However thai may be, wo invito atten
tion to what are below printed In parallel
columns extracts from Gov. Geary's
lriaugural address to tho Legislature of
tho Territory of Kansas In 18j7 and tho
Inaugural address of Governor Henry
J. Gardner lo tho Legislature of Massa-,
chusetts two'years boforc, in 1855 :
UXTAO'T TOM GOV. EXTRACT V 11 O'AI
henry j. Gard
EUliD TO T,it,E
JANUARY 0, 1855'.
Gentlemen of Hie
Senate and Jlousa
That gracious Bo
aro allko tho desti
nies of indi viduals
GOV. JOHN W
DELIVERED 'T O'
OP KANSAS, JAN
UARY 12, 1857.
Gentlemen of 'the
lature' Kansas :
Tho all-wiso and
who controls allko
and of nations; has
permit ted .us to as
semble this day,iri
.trustcd with grave
dcx In official ac
tion' thnn a consci
of duty ; nonomoro
tho attempt to satis
fy temporary' ca
nro enduring, and,
I f disregarded,
sooner or later tho
natlon will bo re
thoso who aro
false to their re
us, then, bo truo to
our country nnd
our duty. Lot tho
success of princi
ple, not of party,
benefit of tho Stato,
not of a faction, our
n 1 m. Massachu
etts Senate J5ocu
me)iiVb.3, or 1855,
tho destinies of in
dividuals and of
nations, has per
mitted you to con
veno this day,
charged with gravo
For official action,
I know no better
rulo than n' consci
of duty; nono more
vnriablo than tho
vain attempt to
rary proj udlco.
Principles nnd Jus
tlco aro eternal,
and If tampered
with, sooner or la,
tcr tho sure and In
dignant verdict of
thoso who aro un
truo to their load
ings will bo ren
dered. Lot us not
bo false to our
country, our duty,
nnd our constitu
ents. Tho triumph
of truth and princi
ple, not for partis
an and selfish ob
jects, should bo
our steady pur
poso ; tho general
wolfarc, and not
tho' interests or a
few, our solo aim.
of Councils for
mi page 21.
Thcro follows moro of tho samo pa?
pablo literary thloving. Robbery would
bo tlio better term, becauso it is larceny
accompanied with violence. Geary not
only stolo Gardner's sentiments, but ho
put just such a Geary twist on them as
beclouded them with his dreary sense
without destroying tho Identity of tho
passage. Tlio Pennsylvania doubles
tho compliment to tho Dolty In placo of
o slnglo trlbuto of tho Massachusetts
Executive. "Gracious being" becomes
"tho nll-wlso and beneficent Being."
But this multiplication of adjectives
was clearly meant to propitlato tho
Power whoso eighth commandment
Geary was at tho moment breaking. Yet
worso remains behind. Governor Gard
ner's Yankees wero permitted to "as
somblo" ''Intrusted" with "gravo re
sponsibilities." Geary's Territorial
tramps ho must needs "conveno"
"charged" with tho samo "gravo rcspo
superfluous qualifiers In tho hopo of
forcing down tho loafberoro tho thort Is
Qardnor dlscovercs that "principles
nro enduring." Gcnry declares that
"principles and Justice" (which Is no
principle with Geary) "aro eternal."
Justlco probably Is eternal. It has
been twelvo years, however, coming
rounu tocatcn ueary.as witness to day's
oxposuro of this sorry plagiarism. As
for principles, which ho also dubs will
immortality, wo leavo this exhibition
or tho sort ho had In Kansas Iu '57
to tho calm consideration of houtwt
Ponnsy vanlans or 'C'XWbrld.
The Soldier's Homo at Albany, Now
York, has been closed for tho lack of an
appropriation by tho last Radical Lcgjs
turo for its support, and two hundred
inmates havo been taken to tho govern
ment Institution ut Augusta, Maluo.
Lo, tho poor soldier I
Opinion of Aloxniiilcr Stephens.
Aloxandor II. Stovons, Vlco Presi
dent of tho lato Bouthcrn Confederacy,
publishes a communication In ono of
tho papora on tho situation1 nnd futuro
prospecta of tho country. Ho closes as
follows 'Tho Federal machinery for
tho last ton years has boon abnormal In
ltsactlon.4 It'ihustbd brought back tq
Jcflersonlnu doctrines and mado to con
form in Its workings with tho organic
principles of its structure before thero
can possibly bo a -return to tho days of
pcaco,, harmony, prosperity and happl
"noss Which forinorly.markcd'our course.
There Is no other hopo for constitutional
liberty on tlils continent. Judgo Nich
olson may dream, dream's about another
constitutional amendment providing n
now modo.of electing tho Presldont.but
tho remedy1 lies in ri6-such dovlco as
that. It lies simply in bringing back
tho government In ltd administration
to orlelnal first principles. This IS lo
bo done not by secession, however right
ful nnd efficient a remedy that might
bo. That Is abandoned. Nor is it to bo
dono by forco or vlolcnco Of any kind,
oxcept tho Torco of reason and power of
truth. It Is to bo done, ir nt all, at tho
ballot-box. Freo Institutions nro more
generally lost than established or
strengthened by a resort lo physical
force. They nro eminently tho achieve'
mcnt of virtue, patriotism nnd reason
Wo aro drifting to consolidation nnd
empire, nnd'wlll land thero nt no dis
tant day, ns certainly as tho sun will set
this day, unless tho pcoplo 01 tno sevo
ral States awako to a proper npprccla'
lion of thoUangcr, nnd Bavo themselves
from tho Impending catastropho by ar
resting tlio present tendency of public
affairs. This they can properly do only
at tho ballot-box. All tho friends of
constitutional liberty In every election
and Stato must unlto In' this grand ef
fort. They must seriously consider nnd
oven rccousldcr many questions to
which they havo glven but slight nttou-
tlon hcrcto'forb. Thoy must acquaint
themselves with tho prlnciplc3 of their
government nnd provido security for
that futuro by studying and' correcting
tho errors of tho past. This is tho only
hope, as I havo stated, for a cOntinu
nnco of oven our prcsent nominal form
of government. Depend upon it there
is no dlffercnco between consolidation
and Imperialism. Tho end of cither is
tho overthrow' of liberty and tlio cstab
lishmcnt of despotism. I givo you tho
words of truth In great earnestness,
words, which however received or heed
rd now, will bo rendered otcrnally true
by tho 'developments of tho futuro."
Tho Hook of Chronicles.
A Bllblical correspondent of tho Lan
castor, Intclllgqiccr sends tho following
to that paper :
Messrs. Editors. Permit' mo to
call tho attention oryour readers to tho
following extracts from tho lGth Chap
,tcr oftho Second Book of Chronicles
1. And Asa reigned in his stead. In
his days tho land was quiet ten years
2. And Asa did that which was good
3. For ho took away tho altars or tho
8. And Asa had an army or men
thrco hundred thousand.
9. And thcro carno ngalnst them Horal
Geary tho Ethiopian, .with an host
10. Then, Asa went out ngalnst him
and thoy set the battlo in array.
11.' And Asa cried unto tho Lord,
"Wo rest in Thee, and in Thy name
wo go against thls'inullltudc."
'12. So tho Lord smoto tho Ethiopians
beroro Asa, and bororo Judah ; nnd tho
13. And Asa and the pcoplo that were
with lilm pursued them unto Gerar
Geary and tho Ethiopians were over
thrown, and they could not recover
as "an History repeats itsclt" wo
may look forward with confidence to
tho utter overthrow of tho modern ar
my of Ethiopians, by our Democratic
Asa, on tho 2d Tuesday of October next
Mr. Editor: Tho Commencement
Exercises of Trinity Collego, Hartford
Conn, took placo on July 8th In Roberts1
Opera House. Arthur McConkoy
New Britain, Conn, delivered tho sal
ulatory, and Geo. O. Holbrooko of New
York city tlio valedictory oration
Many uistinguisucu gentlemen wero
present, among whom wero Bishop
Williams,chancellor of tho collego, Gov,
Jowcll, Pror., Noah Porter or Yalo Col'
lego, Dr. Qallaudot or Washington, D,
C, Rev. Drs. Stowo of Hartford, and
Gccr or Now York. Tlio following
honorary degrees wero conferred
M. A. Joso M. Garcia, Rio Janeiro
Rov. John E. Smith, Westport, Conn
Colly Jones, Salisbury, Conn., D. D,
Rov. T. E. Lawranco, Now York, Rev,
Henry Olmstcad, Orcat Barrlngton
Mass. Rov. A. M. Stovcus, Geneva
Trinity Collego is tiio leading Episco
pal institution of tho country. It has
produced a larger proportion of Bishops
and Clergy than any other Collego in
America. At present its prospects aro
bright nnd with tlio asslstanco which
should bo given it, would rapidly risi
to its proper placo among tho first of
tho land. ErsiLON,
The Noshvlllo Republican Manner
glycs n picture of tho stato of society In
Its section of tho country which is any
tiling but inviting. It says that inur
dcr is becoming a flno art, and that
hardly a day basses without somo
of tho local reporters Informing til
public of "somo shocking tragedy
that makes tho blood run cold ami the
world wonder if wo aro not degenctat
Ing to bestial depravity and inhuman
ferocity." It oven suggests tlio Idea
that It would not bo a bad thing to hang
any man found with arms concealed
about his person. Noshvlllo Is In Ten
nessco, and Tennesseo Is that Arcadian
section or our common country upon
which Radical rulo was to havo such a
Important to Know. It may bo
Important fur tomo pcoplo to know that
whero n widow ro-marrles beroro tho
issuo or n pension cortHleale, tho clill.
drcn, lrnny nio living, nro olono enti
tled to tho back pension. If n widow
ro-marrles during tho pendency or her
claim for n pension, sho Is entitled to
tho pension to the ditto or her ro-marrl-age,
unless tho soldier left minor chil
dren surviving him.
ToMKitoY's Dijmooiiat' of NcwYorli
City, has not suspended ns reported In
many papers. On tho contrary It is its
lively as over nnd prepared to fight
Radicalism ns only "UrIck"oin fight It,
mm., fnitmvltur nrn tho rules and laws
which govern our. political county nf.
fairs! :K ,,,,
,Tho undersigned appointed nt tho
last county convention to prepare somo
rules for tlio'regulatlon or nominations
hereafter, and report tho samo to this
convention, do report tho following 12
Itulcs for consideration.
Thoy conform hi most respects to tho
iio'irrna n rthnmrtv as heretofore exis
ting nnd wo havo endeavored to mako
thcmconclso nnd imcmgiuiu.
Aslfghtchangoindho ttmo of hold
mt 11, n nninial conventions, ns contour
nlated In tho first rule, Is rendered nec
essary by tho fact that tho Court II01130
will hereafter bo occupied y inocourm
on the- first Monday in Soptcmbor and
for somo Umo afterwards.
C. It. I1UCKALEW.
Sent. (11851. F.McBHIDK
I. Tho annual county Convention
shall bo held nt tho Court Houso in
Bloomsburg, on tho last Monday In
.Vugust.atonop. m.and tno Dcicgaiu
ilccllon sltnll bo held on tno Baiuruay
previous, at tho places oi nouimg i"
general elections In tho several election
districts, between tho hours or 3 and 7
o'clock in tho afternoon.
II. Tho Dolegato Elections shall bo
by ballot and each general election dis
trict shall bo entitled to two delegates.
III. ThoDelegato Elections shall bo
held nnd conducted by n Judgo and
clerk, to bo selected by tho Democrats
In nttendanco.nnd tho said officers shall
keep n list of voters and tally of votes
counted, to bo sent by thom to tho Con
vention with their certificate or tho res
ult or their election.
IV. All cases ordisputod seata In Con
vention shall bo disposed or openly by
voto artor hearing tho respcctlvo claim
ants and their evidence.
V. All delegates must reside in tlio
district thoy represent. In caso or an
nbsentdelegato ho may deputo another,
irho rail to do so'hls collcaguo.In ntten-
dauco mav substitute, for him. In oth
er cases tho Convention may fill up the
representation rrom tho citizens of tho
district In attendance.
VI. Tho voting in Conventions shall
bo open, and any two members may ro'
quiro tho yeas and nays on any qu(
VII. Special Conventions may bo
called when necessary, by tho Standing
Committee, tho proceedings or which
shall conform to theso rules.
VIII. All county nominations and
all appointments of conferccsnnd of del
cgatcs to Stato Conventions, shall be
mado in County Conventions.
IX. The Standing Commlttco shall
bo fivo in number, ono of whom shall ro
sldo at tho county scat, and shall be
chosen annually in Convention. In case
of vacancy tlio Commlttco may fill up
X. No member of tho Legislature
shall bo chosen by this county as a Del
cgatotonStnto Convention during Ids
term of office.
XI. In Convention a majority of all
tlio votes given shall bo, necessary to i
nomination, and no person named shall
bo peremptorily stricken from tho list
or candidates until after tho sixth vote
when tho lowest namo shall bo struck
off and so onnt each successive voto tin
til a nomination Is affected,
XII. None of these rules shall bo nl
tcred or rescinded unless by a voto of
two-thirds at a regular annual Con von
Tho above report was on motion
adopted unanimously and the Con vcn
tlon then adjourned.
ESylt costs $50,000 anlooo to kill In
(linns in irixona.
iST-A Swedish woman lias written
loSf Illinois has 700 Masonic lodges
ana nuouD iu,uuu members.
BST Nearly a'lhousantl men will soon
uo at worn on tno noosac tunnel.
ESP A Kansas lady thinks tho loss o.
nor voto worm siu.uuu damages.
Hop John II. Surratt has trnno Into
business in itauimorc.
i-Tho ballet trounoat tho llerllni
upora nouso consists 01 -lsu persons,
ESyTho total rccoints of tho Boston
juuneo was ncany ono minion dollar
C5J-A rat's nest with &500 in bills
therein has been found In an old freight
car on a iv.eniucKy rauroau.
toy-Only thrco thousand miles of
Wlro is required to complete tho tele
grnpmc circuit of tno giono.
rsy A man In Now Haven has Invent
ed a machliio by which ono man can
sow six hundred pairs of shoes in ono
CSf A wlso man of Canada finds that
tho frogs aro building their nests In tho
mlddlo of ditches, and predicts n dry
IS?" A Kentucky Nlmrod fuctrnd tlilr.
ty-soven opossums as tho fruit of ouo
uays sport last weeir.
iSPWoaro reliably informed tlmt
smaller man than Knco-hlKh-mlah Is
mcntioncu in tno uidio: iilll-dad.
Shoe-height. Job 18, 1.
CSf A Savannah neero attemnfml tn
escape from an officer by shamming
death, but was brought to Ufa by poil
.b uiiv ma jjiuiuii us hu my on
8P Tiiero is a man I n irn v.wh n mnn.
ufactures artificial ccw. cMd in im r.,,it
as good as tho genuino article; which ho
ouna ah jiuuvu uuuuj puruozen,
BSy A lady in Baltimore lias immor
tallzcd herself by shooting a mad dot?,
whllo two men wero searching for a
hatchet with which to kill him.
e?T,T,i3 Jlorrlbl nimr reaches ns
that tho 6100,000 Craig has engaged box
so rto cloven or tho twelvo Jurymen
who gavo her tho monoy.
iST On Wednesday a monster cannon
rrom tho Fort ,1'itt foundry , arrived nt
vuiuuiuiH. at weigns iio.iuu pounds
and has a twenty inch bore!
tSF Woman is composed or213 bones
103 muscles, nnd 300 pins. Fearfully
and wonderfully made, and to bo hand
led with caro to nvold scratches.
4Qy A convict In nn Illinois prison
smuggled hlmscir outside, tho other
day, In a collln, having ousted tho dead
man and nicely stowed him In a barrel.
tSTTho earthmiakes In Pom havo
opened a rotten placo, rrom which Issuo
gases that destroy all nnlmal3 within a
dozen miles. Kllpatrlck's 6,000 mum
mlcs nro to bo found near that spot.
toy Tho Presbyterian church'at Gouts
Y 1 o rcquiro total abstlnenco as a con
ill tlon of membership. Tlio pastor and
nil tho members, numbering thrco hun
dred, havo signed tho temperance
8 An liisano man, named Samuel
Morrow, residing near Reaganstown.
Westmoreland county, hung hlmscir
with nropo mado or hickory bark, on
Mo'Hlrtyl'Jst. after flrst.kllUng his wife
w ith a c ub nnd attempting to kill his
COLUMBIA COUNTY,PA. . . .
FOR GOVERNOR t
OF CARBON COUNTV.
MB JUDOE Or-THB BUTMMB COURT i
GYRUS L. PERSHING-,
OP CAMURIA COUNTY.
In Columbia county nro requested to meet-"!: tlia I
S!t5rJiy. tbo mtdty of July, lnuo.between tlio
hoursorthrcoo'clocltlntlio nflernoon nnd Bov
?S o'clock Tin tho afternoon of that; . y. nnd elect
by ballot two persons to represent the I ltt let In
nounty Convention to bo Hold nt tho Court
I Imiso in Bloomsburg, on Monday, Aupust at nt
U, meet s mllar conferees from tho other counties
of thoDlstrlcUo nomlnatoa candldato fomenaton
l "oKcrrSenUUvo conferees toinect similar con
ferces from tho other county In thq District to
fomlnato a candldato for Member of Assembly j
nnd to nominato onoccrson for Associate Judge
ouo person for lTofhonotaryi ono person for
lU Rlter nnd Recorder : ono person for'l ronsurerj
ouo person for County Oommlsslonerj ono person
tor s To bo supported by tho Democrat lo party nl I
llyordcrofthefomml tee ..,.MHTOS.
CnndhlfUcs lor Nomination.
Tho following gentlemen havo been mentioned
r nomination to tho several Couuty oniccs to
bo nilcd by election tho present year, and their
names will bo presented for tho consideration of
tho Democratic County Convention!
rMiiMort. In the decision of Iho conferees of Co
lumbia und Montour counties.)
J. 11. JAMKSON,
JlU'f I.IN TOWNSHIP.
II. J. REEDER,
CHARLES F. .MANN,
ELLINGTON II. ENT,
REQIBTEU AN1J RECORDER.
B. FRANK 55AHH,
WILLIAMSON II. JACOB',
J. S. SANDKHS,
nslllN(;i iti:iiK- TOWNSHIP.
II. 1'. WIIITEMAN,
JACOB S. EVANS,
IlloonitbiirK Market rteport.
Wheat per bushel
uyo ..;.;"";r.".. ,r
Flour per barrel ......,
th iiow ..!.". .ir."
Dried Apples ',"'.V.."'7."
, 8 00
, 2 M
Bides and Shoulders.,
Lard per pound ,
Hay per ton
Hemlock Boards cr thousand feet,
line " (one in
,. fid 00
, 15 (JO
..... 18 00
Joist, Scanning, Plnnk, (Hemlock) J.
o. l per thousand....
I HON .
No, t Scotch pig ,
No. 2 " "
Light Street Markets.
??irirSSa weekly byPetcr Knt. -K-Uolesule and
retail dealer In grain. Hour it (ml and general
Wheat per bushel
.... t -V
..... 1 60
; " ............
Wheat Flour per 100 Its..'
Buck Wheat Flour
Butter per Si
Eggs per doz . ."."!n!17.'.!" Jo
Potatoes pr bus JjJJ
".l'A' -V" :."''.-"":i"- S )
jir iw ig
ouuumer , a)
FRMIRE-WOLF-Ou Tuesday evening at tho
Luthern church, by Rev. Mr. Dlrnm, o. P. Fry.
mire of Milton to Anno E. Wolf of BloomsbuVg.
J"'J LEY-At Morrlstown. New Jersey, on
aWboulJl;years.:5l', Bamuci'' "oadley.Vcd
E VERETT-On the 21st inst.. jirs. Mary Evcrelt
of Oraugevilie, aged 70 ycaramonlils, Tand si
CONNER-In Ilenton, on the 20lh, Mr. John.
Conner, aged 71 years, 10 mouths, and 11 day. '
MAliaEIlUM At Catawlssa, on the mornlni! it
July Isth lbC!), Morris Marple, youngest sou ut
mid 2 days.11' ld,le,,lcrM'lrli""uBed2monIlis
1'V''t!, Sly7f1?,ir' ?Iay M1". llusa Allco He s,
daughter of Richard ami Susannah Hess, agoil
years, 8 months, and 1 day, ' b
Farewell her friends In sadness said
Whilst weeping round her dying bed,
Wo part with you to meet no more
Till wo havo passed this Jordau o'er.
Her spirit then It soared nwuy
And left Its louely houso ofclay.
How sw eet aud calm she breuthed her last
And all her conflicts now are past.
Her spirit soared to heaven above
Where nil Is peace, nnd Joy, nnd love,
A ud may our souls like her's arlso
To greet tho Saints beyond tho skies,
Where all the ransomed shall sit down
In glory round the Fathers throuo
To pralso tho undivided three
And set oursouls nt liberty.
Why should wo weep or grieve, or vMi,
To call her back from dust
Tor she has gained a homo In heaven
Where gold will never rust.
'I he undersigned havo entered luto co-partntr-Wi
Ip ns 1 puudcrs and Machinists, at the National
J'ouudryheicloforeoccuplcil by l'eter Ulllmyvr.
,.''?,'e.,,Kiol"'.of '!' lateflrm wIliYo'teufleaiiy
.1'.. 11. tkler. In ulinm till l.,.l.l.t,..i rz
llloomsburg June ll.'CJ-tf.
- . . . .llt nnV till
Trramircr or co umimj .v " r; ,,,o
"T-hn subscriber offers nl prlvnto salo tho prop
erty of John Allen situate in East Hloomsburg
whlchis erecieu.. k,,"" :;:r-n,,t.bnlld.
UWLMjINM "Y,l'7'' .ArnmlsM. Vot
'ffiSSiSLSSrifffter. EPlirnm Trow-
lionder, John H"?1';,.
Centre Jcmo Hollinnn.
iielmVoWr7anerr Wm. fl. Marshall,
IocusU-Joseph llltlltr, Daniel Htlno,
Ma Ison-Somuel Johnson,
Malno-llcnjamln Harmln. I'rancls Homing,
Uiinrlngcrcelt Hiram Cool.
Hcott Cllns Krum,
DET1T JURORS FIRST WEEK
V FOll BE1TEMUEU TKRM 1M).
lleuton-A.ll.l)avls, Jeremiah Htllcs, Alex
Swlck lloro'-Wm. W. Htephens.
liiitro-Wm. Dcltterlck, Ivl lluUhlson.
CalawsSmuelIJonB,Jr.l)anlel C. Hear
heart, Jacob crclgh.
Ccniralla Uoro'-llenry Oablc.
I' lslllngreCK unuieil'. uwici,
liemloclc-Levl Wright Jacb Hnrrls,Jackson
I eldy, Aaron u, uuiies, uunu ... .uik.,
Mllllln-Johnl.ntz. Christian Wolf.
Madlson-Wm, J. Allen, Morils Moslem.
Ml. l'leasant-John Wanlch.
.. ..nllln,m 11 lllnn.
lloarfiigcreek-Wclllngton Adnms.Oeo. Craig,
Wm. Drelsbach, uco. r. i-Taig, v nos. k.
Hcott-Tliomas Crovcllng Mr.
llloom Oeorgo W, Sterner, Bamuel Shaffer,
Denton John roust, l'eter Laubnch.
llcrwlck lloro' -Lewis Enke,
Ilrlarcrcek Isooo llowcr, Thomas Miller Ja
iwiti-nlla TlnrM'rprrmlflh Fnlirluirrr.
rishlngcreek Geo. D. Ileal", Cyrus U. Whlto
Urcenwood John Eyer,
Jackson Jacob Lunger.
.Maln.-StacyJohn.W'm. Mostollcr Wm. II
M au'lson Russell Stout, Hugh M'Collum,
lHM.nr.1 lrnlt Kr
Mt. l'lcnsant Joseph II. Bands, John C.
Tnomos Thomas Jones.
Montour Issachar Evans.
Minitn Isaac Swepponhelscr,
I'lno Joshua Bavugo, lllcliard w. Lyons,
Unn-InrrMvinlr Hu'wn llnntTlniitl.
Bcott snwuel R. Kllno, Aaron lloono, Ucn
jamin ueiguuro, csiey ltucuie.
KitfTiirlnnr 41enriro Btcnumnn.
in ii,.tlniniiv f lint. fhA fnri-nlnrf Is correct as
drawn from tho wheel, nnd entered upon tho
in1nntrR nMhn nfllre. wo bavo hereunto let our
hands und seals this iiOlh, day of July A. I). 1WPJ
W'M. KmcKDADM, Cletk.
JMOrillTHI itlllllliu, oilviiii,
KI.ISHAHAYMAN. 1 Jur:
THUS. J.WELLIVER, Com'rs,
A UniTORS NOTICE.
f raTlTH nv mennntt ll'UICIIARIi nCCKASED.
jti the orphans' Court In nnd for sold County It
I I u tlma mnlnlneil
AilinlnlHtrAtnrtnillstrlbuto fund 111 tho hands or
In tho matter oi 1110 petition lorappointmcni ui
J.H.IkelerAuaitorof the cstaio oi uco.jumiciiiio
dec d. u. o. liarktcy arpointeu .uuuor way ixu
liwi. rcr. uur. , . ,
ccruneu irom 1110 rccoru juituulm
Clerk. O. C.
Notlco Is horeby given that tlio undersigned
will attend to tho duties of Ills appointment nt
lite nfllrn in lllnnmflbiirff.nn ThniNdav. tho 2QLh
day of August. 1809, at lu o'clock A.M. when and
ivhrrn ii.irtieu luteiestcd shall nttend or bo de
barred Irom coming for nbbare of tlio fund,
Will be offered for halo nt tho resldenco of tho
subscriber In FKhlngcreek township on Friday
September 3rd 186H at 2 oclock In the afternoon If
not previously denoted of,tho following
REAL E S T A T E,
sluialo In Flshlnt; Creek and Reulon townships.
iinH main oiiimucr taiui in ristuni; irecu,
nearBtlUwater. contulnlmr between threo and
I four hundred acres.
ON E '111 ACT near Btlllwalerln Ilenlon and
Flshlim creek townshl ns contalnlnaonohundred
I and Im enty acres, twenty acres of which aro 1m-
provcu, tno reraaiuucr ib ucaviiy iimuereu Willi
lock oak, whlto oak. chestnut, and pitch pine,
tin this tiact Is crectcdn story and ft half
DWELLING 1IO USB,
niul new frame bam. Theso tracts will be sold
I entliu orln any desired portions, Bovcral build-
iiiKioiHiieiirniiiiwaicr, on me main ronu.
Terms mado known on day of sale, l'crsons
ucsiringiopurcnasoni prlvnto saiu shouiti ad-
SALE OP VALUABLE
xno wen Known lwnr larm near iiohnburg,
Columbia county will bo ottered at prlvato sale,
either In lots or tho wholo property as may bo
desired. It consists of
SEVENTH -FOUR ACRI3H,
moro or less, on wlilcli Is erected a fmmo house
nnd log barn with orchard, good well of water
Ac. About 71) acres cleared laud. For particulars
regarding terms npply to
NICOLAS KINDT, (Iroonwood twp,
or MAT11IA8 KINDT, Mt. Pleasant
OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE
The undersigned, Executor of Cyrus Fry, lato
of Bloom township deceased, oUerB at private
sale a certain houso and lot, situated lu Blooms
burg, on llock Street, bouuded by lots of I. w.
i ll, v. iiannan, anu ny anomcrlot belonging
u said estate, containing Boventy-threo feet
iront, Tlio terms aro reasonable, and possession
win uo given wiiuin iiurty uays niter tno saio.
i, n, nun,
By virtue of n writ of Levari Facias issued out
oftho Court of Common Pleas of Columbia coun
ty and to me directed, will bo exposed to public
Saturday August 7th the following real estate
to wit : That certain building located on a lot or
piece of ground in BouUi Bloomsburg, Columbia
couuty on the corner of Fourth Street nud Rail
Road Street generally known as Bcott Town,
which said lot Is sixty leot moro or less In width
uuu imu nuuureu anu Bixty leei uecp irom Kail
..uitu mrcei, iu bcuu a Aiicy ,anu ino ut
lUlldlnc Is a
dwelling houso sixteen feet b
framo. and two stories hli-li wli
y twonty four fect
back of main bulldlnE,aho frame, eluht feet btr
twenty four feet and a kitchen ut end eight feet
by twenty four fect.
Seized taken In execution and to bo sold as tho
jui'pt-ny oi joiiuiunrun uugoi.
July'iiyoa MORUEOAI MILLARD.
By Vhtun of n writ, nf Vlorl l.vlnu
out of tho court of Common Pleas of Columbia
the north bv lot nr kiiKimoi i.v,i,1,',ir nn ,i,
uenirni IL linn rVllltnl.ln
W "icusi Avenue, on the south by lot of E.
.icJ'''yier,.on 1VBwe" Vyn "cy. beW twen
ty live feet front by one hundred and forty feet
cicep.on wlilcli Is erected two frame dwelling
houses with the appurtenances w 1
Selzejl taken In execution and to bo sold as tho
,.. tj ui dun ii otgiiuger
,, . K MORDKCAI MILLARD,
July SB 1800. Sheriff,
JOHN A. FUNSTON & CO.
BRO AVE R'S BUILDINO,
n i. o o u n n v n a, pa.
iiierai Flro and Life InsuroHco, and Real
Kstato Agency, Special attention will bo given
to negotiating loans. (Juno irC9-3m
Tho subscriber desires
30,000 POUNDS OF WOOL
In cxehango for Fancy andStaple dry goods of all
yarletlesaiid every stjr lewhlchlie keeps coustnnt.
ly on nana, uoin or his own inauulacluro and
in'f "i l'lali 1,l"lli' T,u I'lgliml clly jirlMS
; , i-uriics wm uimino meir ad
vantago to deal with us and thereby savo tlio
pinntof traveling agents. J.K.HANJM.
Juno-l,'ii-Sin Mordansvlllo, Pa
S T R A Y,
tune tn thn nreml.Mi r,r llm .i.ia.ii.. i.. u..
garloaf lownshlp, Columbia Co., on or about the
lourthday of July a dark brown inare, ubout
i i. , . . . ".. ml lUICHIWi, IKUr fill
left hip, scratches on both hind feet and slightly
on frout ones, '
The owner Is requested to prove prniwrty tiay
expenses and tako her away or she w 111 bo sold
wiuiuu ill ihw
JAM1C8 J, MEEKKU.
CtNTiiAI, July 10,'00-ilt.
Inventors who wish to tako out kttcis ratent
aro advised to counsel with MUNN & CO., Editors
ted claims beforn 11k, iti imna r.. . .,r..
Agency Is the most extensive In the world.
. 'W . ,i"uu uny oilier rename agency,
A I'umplik-t, coulululuK full Instructions t
Invcnlors, is bent grails. Address
FOR NEAT AND OIIEA1'
Call nt Tlio Columbian Office, llloomsbur Pa
A DMINISTRATOH'8 Kq
"letters of administration on th-'il
io?nsli n, ooi'-wt
om liavlKClnlmsor demanJ.;H f1
cut nro requested tomnkotheiniKl"i
indebted tu make payment.
A DMINISTRATOR'S vTi
XV KSTATB. Or DR. JOHK 1. vtVi't
letters or administration ",!,
Dr. John P. KlnKO lata nr iB-JS
bla co., doccaBcd.havo been Brniii.j!M.
tcr of said county to M. F, yZ.W
twp. All persona having claim, 'li
ngalnst the estate of tho ueceileS
to make them known, and thon t
A DMINISTRATOR'S Now:
IiCtters of ndm'r at tonlj nan IX"
Chrlstlanna llclchard, late of mS
Register pf Bald county to wiO)
whoso address Is lluckhorn CoioSif'
All persons uaving claims siaimTitV.
requested to present them to "r ii if 1
Itlnnmsburc. Columbia bhimW
Indebted to make payment, ' l
July 2.'C0-6t. Admlnlitrau
I EXECUTOR'S NOTICP.11
It of ANDREW ODLAbSKll Cf
l.lnn.nlll.,!, 1,1 llm Attn,. ..'."
latool llloom twp, Columbia CoSSjc
granted by tho Register of Uolnmii
ltliiehord llerncr oi llorwlck liom?;,
l'a. All pcrsous having clalnulnS
nro rooucsled to present thcro ti,
Oblasscr, llloomsburg, Coluinbfh'
those Indebted to tho ctate,(itjj
UDITOR'S NOTICE. s
In tho Orphans' Conrtof Columbli
tho matter nf tho estate of KredtritA
cd. On motion of Mr. Clark, Aiir
estate, K H. Little Esq., appoint
maKo uiivriuunou iiuiuusiue tiebr c
cedent. . By a.
Krom tho Record. JESSE CoCfjl1
Piouco is iiereuy given mat ih,7.
will attend to the duties of hu t?
his olllco.ln llloomsburg.on Satuti, I
or August, jbov, ni iv ociocka.1.
Wliero parlies iiiiercsicu mayattmi
11ERWICK QAZETTE an
KSTATB OV JACOn KVEB.Cinl
Letters ol administration on the !.
Kycr late of Greenwood twp,, if
deceased, have been erautcd byttH
Columbia county to B. II, v,'
township. All persons liuvli, .
uemanus against vuo csuvio oi lb,.
rcnui'Hieu iu iuuu.u .uviii uuuwd,l
deblcd to make payment
AUDITOIVS NOTICE. ,
K8TATK OP C LEMUEL O. Sin
Tho underBlBDetl. opnolntcd t,T '
Courts ofHulHvan county and cfcsj,
ty, respect Ivelyj Au nutlltor, to Dldr
oi uie real esuno ui vicmuuei u,
taken by tlio heirs nt tho appralki
the heirs and leealrcproscnt&lrtj&i
luo lieirs anu leEairi'pruBtQLaup,!'
ccnlent; will attend at the
Illoomsburg in Columbia coumi,
171b ilav of Hentcmbor A. D. Nit,.
of performing the duties or hu tpm
which tlmo nnd place said pania i
please, bo present, J.o.r'
DESIRABLE TOWN Pi'
Tlie houso nnd lot occupied by 1
nerof WcstBtreotnnd thepropusetl
extension, 111 oomsburp, l'a. Is oSt,'
Bale on very reasonable terms.
Tho houso Is new nnd well nnUhc
ordinary family Is commodlouiu..
The location Is the most deslrau
ing beautiful and healthful, rciw
dust and nolse.nnd conveniently hi
lness of tlio place,
Tho house will bo sold partly fan
ired, and a luxuriant Karden rami
Possession given at any ilm
particulars, terms, ,ic, apply on lb
to JOHN A. KIM
burg and i
ould unnounco to the cltlu.
lurtr and vicinity, that he lino lim
nnd complete assortment of
WALL PAPER, WINDOW
yixTUKES, conns, tah
and all other coods In his line tit
tho newest and most approHd n.
day are always to bo found In thm
ion Tin: sixth HMt
Iu the groat work of emanclpiu
Horn tho thmldom ol lguoranrc,ic?
barbarism, tho Tenclicr holds aver
orricc; and that Toucher who luuin
and n clear npprohonslnn of Ibn
work Intrusted In his hands, Mill (1
ovcry opportunity for personal In
well as tho elovatlon of his office,
In compliance with a remiestlM
teachers wo havo mado arransfiti
special Term adapted to tho van
of Teachers. Able Professors will f
nnd dally lectures upon melMi
and management of Schools. Mil
tlngulshcd Educators of this and
havo been invited and aro expec'1'
givo us tho benclit or their cir
can but hope and trust that Mil
Teachorsof our State wlllcomeu
son of refreshing, and spend at I1
their vacation iu study and,inakls,
nnco of, and In comparing nolen
Como then and let us all units It
ward tho great causo of humu
Wooxpoctto have our flno B
nlshcd so that a largo number di
board In the Institution, andll
a convention of teachers shoulJ 1
occupy that noble structure.
A cordial Invitation is eitcm
Couuty Superintendents to tato!'
parnttoiis and exorcises, rlso Sd
to visit tho School. ItwIllaffotdD
opportunity to securo gooJ tcai
teachers good positions.
Wo will furnish Text Boon .
fit of tho teachers oxceptlnjli
a teacher wishes to study some i
n which caso thoy will bring tliclr
pense for Board, Books and TuiuV
dollars per week and teachers can
short a tlmo as tliclr circunuUuw
The Term will commence Ju"
tinuo until tlio opening of Fall X'
For further Information auma
Principal of Bloomsburg 6tat
II. IRVINE'S GHW
H E D 1 C I
USED FOll HOltETHAN lOHTV tU
Is tho most successful medicine jj
tho cure of Dyspepsia, Liver U
Dlseaso, Ague Fover, and dUcan
is mado entirely of
ROOTS AND HE
ono.who gives It a fair trial. Nf
without It. It Is astonishing L
eil'ectcsl I n Ceutro nnd Brlarerew
Huntingdon, and where It ha" '
lastsprliig, People who baeiJ
tho niove diseases for the last W
no Physician could reach im
cured aud healthy by using tM
GREAT INDIAN HO"
It has never failed to cure M
rnugement of the Stomach.
I hopo nil who aro aftllctw . J
dlsenses will apply for the gi!1
CINE which cun be had at
MedlclnoStovo in Light Stri'ti1
l'u., or of his geiicralageut
Agenls wanted. ,,
This medicine Is prepared om
C. HO WEB,
uiieued a first-class
BOOT, SHOE, HAT CAP, ASP
nt the old stand on Main Street,'
doors above tho Court House
posed of Iho very latest and w J
nl to the citizens of ColumyV
accommodate tho publlo wlU'U
at the lowest rates, Men's h
sloga boots, men's double an
kip boots, men's heavy slots
men's lino boots and shoes ji
double soled boots audboe
glove kid Balmoral shoes,uieu
aud misses' lasting gaiters,
Polish very fiue.wuuieu's vVS
calf shoes, women's very n n
ers. In short boots ol all dest"'
god nudseweil. ,.,,
Ho would also call attention v
HATS, CArs, FURS AS"
which comprises all the new f
etihs at prices which cannot "
goods uru ollercd at the l"ff
will bo guaranteed to give "
Is sollcltwl before purc)issln "
believed that better barga'u '
Hum at any other place In l" "
Dec, ' .
ET THE BEST.
union's Conner Tubular
the best prtecllon a"'"" ni
ever iuvuedo. The u,cfJJSe
bovo iuventlou, iI,U,VfSii
erson will bo promptly al.
llyv IS rol ' l" '