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THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBUKG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
Frlilny JUoriiliiRr. April 20, IStO.
a TIIK COLUMBIAN Una the Largest
Circulation of rnijr paper published In
Northern Pcniurlvunlni niitl Is lse
much lamer sheet tliu miy of Ittcolem
nornrlesa nml U therefore tUehelt meitllim
for mlvertlllhg In Ihli section otitis Stale.
That linppy combination of Sal nt and
Soldier, IIaJ. Ocri'l. O. O. nowaru,
Buvouu, &c, lias apparently como to
Brief. It seems Dial tho General wish
cd to build an University, bearing his
name, to no run by uio l- rccuinaivs mi
rcau, but being interested in tho innnu
fiipiurn of n lxitcnl brick whoso prlncl-
til IiHrriill(nt was sand, bo Insisted
that this worso than Worthless material
should bo used. Of course, as any one
could have told, except iiOriiaps so em
inent n, Christian warrior in Howard
nrhrn.an.til. ihn litltlilitir' W.13 not fairly
up until it came down and "great was
tho full thereof." This Is bad enough
Cm. n Snlnf lint thorn tt vnrso to como.
tlm Invpslldatt0n3.lt nvmears that
irnwnnl advanced moncv out of tho
United States Treasury, appropriated
W tho lionnfU of llio Bureau, and took
In roturn therefor, nt par, tho bonds of
tho First Congregational Church, of
which ho is n Drlgm anu sinning hkiu
(though temporarily under a misneij.
These bonds aro not worth a bawbeo
jn the market, and thus tho matter
stands. Now, if tho "righteous" do
these things, "whero shall tho sinner
and thq ungodly appear ?" Radical
horoes and moralists aro like Howard's
brick a trifle sandy, and generally go
to pieces when, a storm of Investigation
beats upon their worthless material.
Wo really think it is about timo that
somo stops should bo takorr by tho
of Congress, to attend tho sessions of
their" respective bodies. At a recont
meeting of the Senate but Jive membors
were- present out of soventy-two all
told. Tho same state of affairs prevails
in the House. Now, it may bo amus
ing for tho gallery loungers to sit and
listen to tho ridlculous.excuses offered
by tho Honorable gentlemen, but it is
rather cxpenslvo entertalnmont. Tho
.salaries paid ,by, their constituents
aro supposed to bo in lieu of services
rendered tho Stato and country, and
aro altogether too high for buffoonery
and .neglect of duty, It Is sheer robbery
and nothing else. It Is said that tlie.ro
are certain members of the Houso draw
ingsalary, .who have, scarcely been in
.(.Washington this session. It is true
ttliat very often tho country would bo
b'etter-.off li these law-makers did not
feet together at all, but it is hardly a
valid excuse nor ono they would bo,
apt to offer. By all means let Congress'
men and Senators show somo regard
fur. thoantorcsts of those who bond thcra
to Washington, ftnd present tho appear-
ancp, at least, of .doing something to.
earn their money.
Food Tor tho Thoughtful.
Tho fanner starting to his work has
a shoo put on his horso with nails taxed
67 per cent., driven by a hammer taxed
CI percent. : cuts n stick with n knlfo
taxed GO per cent. 5 hitches his horso to
a plough taxed CO por cent. IIo returns
to his homo at night and lays his
wearied limbs on a sheet taxed C8 per
cent., nnd covers himself with n blan-
kot that has paid 230 per ccnl. Ho
rises In tho morning, puts on his hum
ble flannel shirt taxed 80 per cent., his
coat taxed GO per cent., shoca taxed 35
per cent., mid hat taxed 70 por cent.:
opens family worship by a chapter
from his Blblo taxed 25 per cent., nud
kneels to his God on nn humblo carpet
taxcil 1G0 per cent. Ho sits down to
his humblo meal from a plato taxed
40 per cont., with knlfo nnd fork 80 per
cent. ; drinks his cup of coffeo taxed
47 por cent., or tea 78 per cent., with
sugar 70 per cent. ; Beasons his food
with B:lt taxed 100 per cent1, popper
1!97 per cent., fr splco 379 por cent. Ho
looks around upon ills wi fo and children,
nil taxed In tho samo way ; takes n
chow of tobacco taxed 100 per cent., or
lights 11 cigar taxed 120 per cent., and
then (hunks his stars tlint ho lives In
tho freest and best government under
heaven. If, on tho Fourth of July,
ho wants to havo tho star spangled
banner on real bunting, ho must pay
tho Amorlcan Bunting Company of
Massachusetts 100 per cent, for this
glorious privilege. No wonder that
tho Western farmor Is struggling with
poverty, and conscious of a wrong
somowherc, although ho knows not
wlicnco tho blow comes that Is chaining
him to a lifo of endless toll, nnd red 11 c
ing his wlfo and children to beggary.
Tho Ono Hundred Dollar Bounty.
Tho question as to what clasa of
soldiors aro entitled to tho one-hundred,
dollar bounty under tho recont decision
of United States Supremo Court, is at
present eliciting much interest through
out tho country. The following points
havo been Submitted to tho Second Con
troller for his decision:
"Under tho act of July 22, 1S01, sol
diers who wero honorably discharged
to accept, promotion, after having
.served two years, wero paid tho S100
bounty. Why, under the recent de
cision of tho Supremo Court are not
soldiers who enlisted prior to that act.
under .the President's proclamation of
.May 0, lsuu, cniiueu ,10 iuu uouniy,
whether they served two years or not,
and whether such service was as an
unlisted man or otherwise? The- con
tract with .tho United States was that
tney snouiu receive jiiuu county wnen
honorably discharged. Is not a pro
mot ion hirhonorablo discharge?"
Tho Controller answers tho abovo
questions as follows:
"Tho decision of this office was
against payment of bounty even In the
cases arising under tho act of July 22,
1801, on the ground that when ono
nartv releases tho other fiom tho
oblieation of a contract for the benefit
of tho latter, thero is tho end of tho
ncroemont! for It would be one-sided
hiw that wpuld hold ono and discharge
tho other. But as many payments had
been inado before tho subject was
urougnc 10; ino notice 01 1110 Treasury
Department.' the nractlco was not ills-
turned. In the caso now presented the
.1 . r.. i .. .. .1 .. ... t...,i .. .1 ......
rnont of bounty to officers promoted
from tho ranks, tho Government yiel
ding tho service it had a right to de
mand under their contracts of enlist-
ments for Uio benefit of tho officer,1 was
held to bo inenuitable and Illegal, and it
Is not Sanctioned by tho opinion of the
AVoseo they nro industriously at work
nt our Normal School in arranging tho
beautiful grounds around tho buildings.
grading, planting, arranging tho flow
er beds," &c. Prof. Carver knows how
to join tho "utile" with tho "tlulce"
and lias procured a scientific gardonor
from Philadelphia, a well educated man
and formerly employed in tho Boyal
gardens of his Wurtcmberglan Majesty.
Tho Latin names of ail tho plants flow
like water from his lips. Under his
management tho school will soon bo
surrouuded with a Iittlo Paradise.
A gigantic idea fills our brains, fills
them to bursting almost. Could Blooms
burg not bo supplied with water, cither
from tho river by a steam pump, nnd
building a reservoir abovo tho Normal
School, or from water-rich Light Street?
For drinking purposes wo should great
ly prefer tho latter, not much relishing
to havo tho wash-water of our friends
at Wllkcs-Barro, Pittston, Towanda,
Athens, Blnghamton, &c. But tho en
terprise would bo a good ono and would
pay. Who would not like to havo a
fre3h continual stream of water in his
houso, kitchen, barn, wash aud bath
ing rooms. Who would not Ilko to
adorn his promises with elegant foun
tains, nnd how much more sccuro would
not tho wholo placo bo, if wo had hy
drants all over, on which to screw tho
hoso and play on any incipient flro'in
no timo. Tho Kxohango Hotel would
not havo burnt down, Mr. Lutz's store
would still flourish, and our friends
would not havo had to run for dear lifo
if such an institution as a Water Com
pany had oxisted in Bloomsburg. Thero
aro so many WJiiskoy Companies which
mako money. Let us for onco havo a
Water Company with tho samo privilege.
It would bo premature, wo think, to
speak of gas. A Gas Company could
not exist here, although our neighbor,
tho Doctor, furnishes gas very cheap,
although of an inferior quality, 4hero
foro wo desist and bid you good-bye,
dear Editor. Normal School.
IW Delaware tho colored voters have ably an
gwere J Bayard's speech and the subsequent reso
lutions, by resolving to have nothing to do wlUi
the Democratic party. j-rcu.
Now, is tills really a fact, Mr. For
ney? or isn't tho wish father to tio
.thought, and Js not the "resolving"
furnished by whito men of black pro
olivines instead of by tho "colored
voters" themselves? That work of
light .fiction, the Press, has con tallied so
many Ku Klux enormities, which really
originated within the, walls of the print
I.. oUlco, that wearon Iittlo Inclined
to.bcllovo that it is impossible to got a
porfoctly correct story from it concern'
lug any subject in which tho word
"whito" Is struck out,
Mr. fjTBVEXBON, of Ohio, complain
ed of tho notion of tho Houso on Wed.
nroday, In refusing a sent to Mr, Byphcr,
of Louisiana. Ho says that Mr. Shel
don, from samo Stato, was admitted,
though his opponent lincl ten thousand
majority, yet Sypher, whosp opponout
had only nine thousand majority,
was rejected. This was hard upon
BuwpitJ), Pcun., April 20. aen.
Ucorgo V. JfeClcllun and a number of
leading, iron manufacturers arrived
hCf A yesterday for tho purpose of ex
niiilillng recont discoveries of vast iron,
oro deposits Ju this vicinity, Tho loca
tion of cxleusivo iron manufactories is
In contemplation, Tlib party will
jpoiid several days In tho county.
A Horriblo Story.
SMAIiW'OX AMONa THE INDIANS.
Commissioner Parker, of tho Indian
Bureau, has received a letter from
General Alfred Sully, Superintendent
of tho Montana Indians, in which ho
reports that tho ravages madoby'small-
pox among tho Gros Ventres and
Asslnlboln tribes havo been so great as
to almost oxcecd belief. By General
Sully's lotter It appears that sinco last
September to tho flrst of February,
when tho small-pox broke out among
tho Gros Ventres, thero havo been 741
deaths, which leaves only about twelvo
hundred of tills nation allvo. What
makes this calamity still raoro to bo
deplored is, that, of nil tho Indians
in Montana, tho most friendly towards
tho whites aud among tho Indians most
disposed to accept civilization are tho
Gros Ventres, and they havo suffered
terribly. I am informed at 0110 timo
that deaths at tho agency wero so rapid
that tho fow men there could not dig
graves fast enough. They had to fill
up tho Ico near tiio forts with tho dead
and then cover thorn up. It was for-
tunato that the weather wascold.otiior-
wiso It would havo been necessary to
auanuon tno agency. Jt further appears
urn wnen uio uiscaso wasat its height
those suffering with it would prevail
on their friends to carry them from
their huts Into tho open air.whoro they
would crawl to tho river side and ro
main for hours Immersed in tho lco
cold water. Tho consequence was that
many took cold from tho oxposuro and
died In frightful torment. Others
committed suicido to oscapo further
suffering. Tho locality of tho camp
was mado known by tho cries of tho
sick, which could bo heard a long way
off. Under tho superstition common
among the Indians when groatly aiillc
ted by disease, ono of their medlcino
men was klilod to propltltato tho offen
ded deity. Tho sceno for long weeks
was appalling in tiio oxtremo, and it
was only through tho exertions of tho
physician nnd tho fow cltizons employed
for tiio puiposo that tho ravages of tho
diseaso woro checked. Tholato action
of tho commissioner iu Bending out an
abundant supply of vacclno virus, it is
thought, will provent tho recurrqneo
In futuro of such terrible mortality
among all tho tribes
Instead of admitting Georgia, tho
wonato has passed a bill which practl
cilly ro-opons tho wholo question of
reconstruction In thutBtato,aud renders
its restoration more uncertain than It
seemed to bo a month ago. As it
comes from tho Senate, tho bill facili
tates Indefinite dolay, which is not
what tho country wants, or what tho
people of Ooorgia oro ontitled to. The
subject Is onco inoro boforo the Houso
Reconstruction Committee, nnd noone
knows when or whero it wlllond.
Kail J&oad Mooting1. t
A largdaiidicnlhiislftstlo mooting of
tho friends of: thofHunlock tfrcok','A
Muncy jBalllllioad.t Was hold In tho
Columbus Academy,1 nt Now Columbus
LuzornocontyJ PA.,lpn Thursday after
noon, A'prll 7th 1870. '
Tho meeting was organized by tho
appointment of O. W. Eves, Esq., of
Mlllvlllo, Chairman, W. S. Mouroot
Esq., Secretary, and Myron Follows,
Tho following Business Commlttoo
Was appointed, Jonas Doty, Ami Har
rison, James McIIonry, John McIIonry,
I. K. Krlckbauin. Kov. Dr. Klllgore,
Prlnclpnl of Columbus Academy was
then Introduced, who stated tho objoct
of tho meeting, and delivered an ad
dress of somo length, presenting nnd
discussing tho many advantages tho
construction of this road afforded, nnd
closed by soliciting subscriptions suffi
cient to procure n certified copy of tho
Act of Incorporation for said road.
Tho nppcal of tho speaker was nobly
responded to, mid tho asked for amount
obhlncd. Tho Business Commlttoo
presented tho following report :
Ilesolveil, That tho Treasurer pay tho
amount of enrollment tax, and other
expenses to Hon. John Koons, who Is
hereby requested to procure a certified
copy of tho act ot Incorporation of
Muncy Rail Itoad.
llcsolccd, That wo recommend n
meeting of tho Commissioners named
iu said Act of Incorporation, to mako
nrrnngoinonts to open books, and secure
stock of said road, as soon as practica
ble. llcsolced, That tho proceedings of
this mooting be published in tho Lu
term Union and Jieeord of the Times of
Wilkesbarre; Columbian nnd JiepubU
can of Bloomsburg, nnd in tho Muncy
Luminary of Muncy.
Tho report was unanimously adopted.
On motion ndjourncd.
C. W. EVES, Chairman.
W. S. MoNrtoE, Secretary.
How to Treat Watches.
It is not so much pars!moniousnoss,as
carclessnessjtiiat causes tho ruin of thou
sands nnd thousands of watches, many
of them of considerable valuo and often
truo paragons in their works.
If a man is carclos3 with his watch,
Which cost him $30, $00, $100 or $200, is
ho likely to bo careful with himself nnd
His pills, his powdors and his drops,
though microscopically small, havo
often a great effect; wo pralso him, wo
esteem him, we lovo him as our friend ;
but is not ho our better friend, ho who
teaches how to remain sound, well and
freo from pain without medlcino?
1. It is better to havo tho watch con
tinually going, than 'only nt times.
2. Wind it daily as nearly as possible
at. tho same time.
3. Wind slowly but steadily and feel
If It is enough, for many watches havo
4. Open tho watch as seldom as po3-
tlulo for air and dust aro destructive
i. Bo careful not to como with tho
watch too near to magnets or mngnctlcal
or electrical machines or apparatuses,
and of courso never play with magnet
ized objects with watches or with tho
hands if tlioy aro of steol.
0. Keep your watch always lu a situa
tion whore It cannot beoomo vory cold;
but if it happens to get cold, do ,npt
wind it whilo cold, for tho main spring
is apt to break then,
7. All subtllo machinery must bo
kept clean from dust; flrst of all watches
and clocks, but how often and at what
intervals cannot well bodoflncd, ps this
point depends greatly on the treatment
nud tho character of tho work. Fully
nine tenths of the watches averulned in
illsrerjardof this, "Wo disliko having
our watches disturbed as long ps thoy
run well." We'reply: good watches
by careful treatment cannot help
going well till their last breath is gone ;
till tho, movement is irrecoverably de
stroyed. Regelar treatmont cleaning
and lubricating by a flrstclass workman
included, will extend tho lifo timo to a
wonderful extent. After much reflec
tion wo consider, that tho watch
cau bo ruined In los3 than 20 yeais,
which properly treated would reach tho
ago of a century In tolerably flno order.
Not all parts of tho work need lubrica
ting and cleaning with equal frequency
on account of the vast dlft'erenco in tho
rapidity of their motion. It may bo
sot down that tho cscapomoiit requires
fully four attendances while tho rest of
tho work does ono. Aud this can bo
done for a triflo in about ton minutes.
8. Damp and moist air is also very
destructive, and on no account open a
watch under such circumstances, for It
will rust tho steel parts and affect other
3. Don't use an ill ilttiug key or you
may break tho ratchet, or tho click, or
tho click spring, or tho watch might
slip out of your fingers.
10. In winding mind nothing olso
hut your watch.
11. If you cxposo your watch to a
warmth of ovor 00' Fahrenheit, tho oil
if it Is the .best, will ovaporato, it being
voiauio men ; in consequence tho lubrl
cated parts becomo dry, and tho friction
will act on tho metal instead of on tho
oil, and will thus eoon destroy tho dell
cato pivots nnd pinions.
12. Tho ruin of any watch U aston
ishingly accolorated by using it in tho
clothes of laborers while working.
Temperature. Cold causes watches to
gain, heat to loose. This should bo ro
membercd as It will obviato much un
necessary regulating. Chronometer
Balances, or as somo term them Com
ponsatlon Balances counteract this ef
fect, but watches supplied with them
and adjusted to heal a;icoW,nreoxpen
slve,-lf not thus ndjusted thoy nro hum
Position, This also is nfrultful totirco
of difference in thogoingrato of watch
es. Tho amount of difference is gen.
erally in an inverted ratio with tho mo
chanical quality ofthomovemout.Usual
ly, but by no means lu all casses, when
a watch hangs It runs slower than when
Now these rules although truo nnd
candid, cannot all bo Itemized so as to
Ho spoil to every one's understanding,
In a nowspaper paragraph, Thoy aro
tho fruit of a long pcrsovoring osporl
enco howover, and n sound nnd deop
knowlcdgo In the science of horology,
SUNIlUllY. Anrll 20 A vurvdohtrim
tlvoflro has been raging hero during
last night and tills morninc. Nino
bulldlmrs havo been consumed, nmonir
them ox-Shorlff Vnudlko'g hotel, two
residences, nnd several stores. T.n-a
about 125,000. Insured for 110,000.
Rorrlblo Tragedy In Baltimore.
Baltimore; April 21. A, horrible
fragcdyjiccurredl In thUTclty. this after
noon About four, o'clock"?; Mrs. Catha
rlno Marsh, residing wlili hor, mother,
father arid four yo'uiig.clitldrcn, at No.
09 Central avotiu'6, proceeded to school
No. 13, whore her son James, eight
years of ago, was a pupil. Sho called
him into tho yard, enticed him to
como bohind a shed, nnd thou cut his
head almost off of his body with ft
a toW minutes before' from a neighbor
Sho then wont homo hurriedly, and
there cut tho throats of her llirco re
maining children, ns follows:
William, aged six years.
Mary Jane, aged flvo years.
Georgo, aged four years.
All threo of them appear to havo ex
pired almost instantly. Their heads
wero nearly severed from their bodies.
Tho child murderess next cut tho
throat of her nged mother, who Is
fatally Injured nnd cannot survive
At tho coroner's Inquest this evening
tho testimony wont to show that Mrs.
Marsh is hopelessly Insane, in fact to
night is said to bo raving maniac.
Tho murderess is tho wifu of a barber
named William Marsh, formerly of
this city, who left her about a year
ago, aud Is now said to bo lu Now
Thursday, April 21. In tho Sonato
yesterday, very Iittlo was accomplished.
During tho morning hour n fow bills
In tho Houso tho discussion of tho
day was on tho resolution to admit J.
H. Sypher to a scat as Representative
from tho First Congressional District of
Louisiana. Tho resolution was voted
upon nnd carried by 78 to 73. But when
Mr. Sypher was called to tako tho oath,
objection was made, and then, after
considerable skirmishing, tho vote
adopting tho resolution was reconsider
ed, and a resolution carried declaring
tho election in tho First Congressional
District of Louisiana invalid, thus bar
ring out Mr. Sypher.
Fuiday, April 22. In tho Sonato,
yestorday, tho principal business of tho
day wits tho passago of tho Northern
Pacific Railway bill. Mr. Thurman's
Amendment for freo Government trans
portation in timo of war was rejected,
and tho bill was finally passed by a
party voto. During tho morning hour
sovcrnl bills wero Introduced : 0110 to
exempt farmers who sell their own pro
ducofrom taking out aproduco-broker's
In tho House no progress was made
in tho Tariff bill owing to tho absence
of Mri Schenck.
Monday, April 25. Tho Senate, on
Saturday, was not in session,
In tho House, Mr. E. D. Peck, mem
ber from tho Tenth Ohio district, was
sworn In. A resolution was adopted
limiting tho indcilnito leaves of absence
already granted to May 2, unless here
Tuesday. Anrll 20. In thn Ronntn.
a largo number of bills, both private
and public, wero disposed of. Among
uio latter tho most Important was, a
Din covering tiio subject of the enforce
ment of tho Fifteenth Amendment.
In tiio Houso. n vnrlotv of now hills.
Including a number for ninklnn now
land eratlts. woro Introduced nmnnv
tho most Important wero tho following;
vesting tno powers of United States
commissioners in registrars of bank
ruptsy ; for tho reduction of taxation
and tho abolition of special licenses ex
cept on cortnin articles ; and changing
tho standard weiehts of sliver coin. A
resolution was adopted for a bill pro-
viuing pensions for all surviving sol
diers of tho war of 1812, and another
providing a burial-placo and a monu
ment lor tnoiato uen. mwiins, tho ex
pense to bo defrayed from tho contin
gent fund of tho War Department.
Wednesday, April 27.-Thero was no
marked featuro yesterday in the Senate
proceedings . Mr. Wilson renorted his
substitute for the Houso Army bill. It
reuuees tno number of enlisted men in
tho army to 25,000 by July 1, 1871.
In tho Houso tho tariff debatn neon.
pied the greater portion of tho morning
session, nnd was also continued through
tho ovoning. Tho paragraphs under
discussion wero tlinsn rolntlnc in iron.
During tho morning hour a roll-call of
memuers snowed the number of nb
sentees to bo fifty-eight.
Richmond, Va., April 27. A torrl
bio calamity occurred here this morning.
Tho floor of tho court of appeals, in tho
Stato capitol, gave way and precipitat
ed hundreds, gathered therein to hear
tho decision In tho moyoralty caso of
Ellison vs. Calhoun, upon the conserv
ative caucus then sitting in the hall of
tho House of Delegates below.
Among tho killed aro P. H. Aylott, a
distinguished lawyer; Dr. J. B, Brock,-
reporter on tho -bntjuirerandJiiaminer;
Samuel Eaton, clerk to Mayor Cahoon :
Captain W. A. Charters, chief of flro
department; N. P. Howard, lawyer;
ash jjovy, a Richmond merchant: C,
Watson, of Danvlllo railroad ; Hueh
Hutchison and Lowls N. Webb, of this
city ; Mr.Schofiold,abrotherofGeneral
Schoflcld; P. H. Murry, Jr., Senator
Bland, (colored), and Powhattan Rob
erts. It is supposed that twenty
members of tho legislature ore killed
and wounded. Thojudges of tho court
of appeals all escaped unhurt. Ex.
Governor Wells was badly injnrcd. L.
M. Chandler, counsel for tho Cahoon
mayoralty caso was injured. About
two hundred persons wero hurt by tho
accident. Tho greatest oxcitement pro
vails. Hundreds of persons nro on cap-
ltol square, weeping and walling as tho
dead and dying nro brought from tho
building. Oov. Walker escaped un
hurt, although on tho court room floor
at tho time.
The Supreme Bench.
With the confirmation of Judu-o Timi!
loy tho United States Supremo Bencii
Is onco more full. Wo glvo n list of tho
Judges, with their oges and tho dato of
tncir appointments, as follows :
Salmon P. Chose, Ohio, A2 ArjjS('
Nathaniel Clifford, Mnlno, CO 1850
Samuel Nelson, Now York, 77 1815
David Davis, Illinois, 65 18G2
Noah H.Swayno, Ohio, CO 1802
Samuel F. Mlller.llown, 51 1802
Stephen J. Field, CallfornIa,53 18G3
William Strong, Pcun'n., 01 1870
Jos. P, Uradloy.New Jcrsoy,G7 1670
Be sensible and read a llvo paper.
Hubwribo for tho Coi.UMiiiAN,
Washington) D. 'O., April 25.
Thoro, is now nn Imminont, nlmost
certain, prospect of nn Indian war.
Tho advices received yostorday aro
supplemented by still more startling
nows, official nnd unofficial, rccolvcd
to- day nt thohoadquarlors of thoonny.
Within n month nt loast 20,000 Sioux
aro oxpoctcd to bo on tho war-pnth.
Thoso.with their allies of tho Choyonuo
nnd othor northorn tribes, will mako
n formldablo force
Tho causo is, ns usun', tho failure of
tho government to livo up to its treaty
stipulations. Tho Indians say that,
having been neglected tho past winter,
thoy intend tonvongo themselves this
It scorns not nt nil unlikely, Judging
from tho tonor of current despatches
from tho Far West, that tho adminis
tration will soon havo forcod upon it,
In ndvanco of further special legislation
by Congress, tho responsibility and
oxpenso of ono of tho m09t sorious con
flicts yet initiated with tho savages of
WiLKESiiAnitK, Penn., April 20.
Tho rlso In tho rlvoron Monday night
carried away 4,000,000 feet of logs
from tho dam at Tobyhanun Station, on
tho Delaware, Lackawanna and Wes
London, England, April 25th. Des
patches from Athens, In Greece, havo
been received containing tho Intelli
gence that three Englishmen nud tho
Secretary of tho Italian Legation wero
murdered on tho previous Friday -by
robbers. Efforts to savo thoni woro
mado by tho Greek Government but
without effect. Tho English Press nro
loud in denunciation of tho outrage and
demand indemnity from tho Greek
T 1ST OP APPLICATIONS FOR
Thomas 11. Taylor
1). W. Ilobblni
Thou. J. Hliuman,
wemey i' . i iaii
J. 11. llnyt
O. W. Mniia er
jnenu it, ivti.iui
joiin it. miotics
Wro. II. Orange.
Woolien n. Itnwn
Henry A. AVeldciunul
A. W. Creamer
m if-T,nii o'llnlr
I'ntriclc I., llurke
fnli.i tl llrntitinn
l imries uirn-s
.lnlin L. Kline
Mrs. Ann M'Klcrnan
Chas. II. Dlettcrlcli
J. W. llcnm
J. E. Longenberger
Aaron W. Hess
(5. W. Yaolo
William Vet til
nloomlburg Market lUport.
Wheat Dor bushel - - 41.15
live " I CO
Corn " o
Oats. " - 0
Flour per barrel . 7 CO
Cloverseed - S (0
Flaxseed 2 05
Errs - 2
Potatoes h 10
Hides and Shoulders H R 0
I Jird por pound H -v
Hay per ton 18 00
No. 1 Scotch pis J 12
No. 2. " " ,-10
Hemlock Hoards ner thousand feet 816 CO
I'luo " " " (one Inch) IsaCO
Joist, Scantllns, Planlc, (Hemlock) IS 11
Shingles, No. f per thousand 8 (J
" 3 ' 7 (0
Hiding ' " ft. 18 (J
Northwestern snportine at
Pennsylvania and Western suncrllne.
Pennsylvania and Western extra M
Pennsylvania anu western rainiiy......
Pennsylvania and Western fancy ........
wheat Pennsylvania red, Vi bus. ...
California " "
" white "
Hye Pennsylvania rye, v bus
Cokn Yellow, "
rnovisioss .Mess rorK, y out
iUVKH jjeei, "
Dressed Hogs, n
Smoked Hams "
" Shoulders V B
Laid. 19 ID
Skkus Cloverseed V bus
CATTLf. lleef Cattle tb
Cows. & head
H1IKE1- ( Ei
lions is tun ids
. 2.60(8 IMS
SAVAOE-COLE-In Light Street on Thursday
April 7, 1870, by Joseph Lilly, Esq., Mr. Joshua
Savage of Jackson twp to Miss 1'imellne Colo
of Sugarloaf twp., Columbia couuty,
WOLAVF.H-FOltD-On April 7th, 1870. at Or
ansevllle, by Hcv. N. Spear, Mr. Samuel (1.
Wolaver, of Ilenton, to Miss Maggie L. Ford,
of Flshlngcreek twp.
JIEHItELL-DOSTON-At the houso of tho
bride's father, on the 7th lust., hyltev. O.s.
liattcrshy, Mr. Lewis P. Merrell.of Espy, Col.l
co., and Miss Lovlna Medora lloston, of Shlck-
TrtAUll Near CntawlsRa.on the Htli Inst., Mr.
John Traub, aged 03 years, 2 months aud 12
H ENDEnsiIOTT In Wlilte Hall, on Mouday
the lllh Inst., Michael Heudershott, In tho 7itli
year of his sge.
KL1NETOB In Plymouth, Pa. April 18, 1870.
Mra. Elizabeth Kllnetob, aged 71 years and 15
FITZGERALD At Town Hill, on Saturday.
March lotb. 1870. Mrs. Francis Fltigcrahl
daughter of Nathan Dodson.
PHESTON-In ltohrshnrg. on tho 17th Inst., Car
oline T.. wlte of Jarnes L. Preston, nml il.mirti.
cr of the lato Isaac and Ann Luklus, of Phlla-
uuiiuuu, ugeu a: years, o months and 18 days.
TVTOTIOE.-TO WHOM IT MAY
J.1 , CONCERN. I.the undersigned sold auoto
to bamuel Lelby for eighty dollars (880.00) aud
..;n .1 v- .B" ulvmlIUK bum nolo
until theljulaneo u paid to mo. The note Is
from Samuel Broslous. ltoarlnKcroek twp. aud
dated February luth, 1870. Payable In one year
Conyngham twp., April 29, 1870-31.
ESTATE OK JACOB 11ABTLEV, DEC'D.
Letters or administration on thoestatoof Ja
cob Hartley, lato of Franklin twp., Columbia co.
dec d.. have been eranted hv tho itpviuiai- nr.oi.i
county, to John Hartley and Christian Hauler.
Of Franklin Inurn.lilii Cnlnn.l.ln
All nOTKOns liftvlnir rlnlmn nril.m.n.t. n..i..ui
the decedent aro requested to make them kuown.
find tliniin lllflplltrfl In mnlra iu,. '
A DMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.
1Ai? UATUAHINE UEAltllART DEC'l).
Letters ol administration on the cstato of
i L"i!'a ,c?uut?' "freosed. have been granted by
i'Jfi nSJlliffi0' tala c?1;11' y to Stephen Ueai hart
residing In tho township and county aforesaid.
All persons having claims against Uio estato of
the decedent are requested to present them for
settlement, and those Indebted to the estato to
logout SclV,? ",8 uuaerle"'. an,lnlstra-
n,. .. STEPHEN QEAHHART,
JTEW MILLINERY GOODS.
MISS LIZZIE 11AIIKLEY
ihify'iV8 J"8' returned from the city, offers to
t he ladles of inooinsburg and tho county, all the
n cwest and prettiest styfes of y'
Fancy Goods, Notions, ao., selected with ureat
care and with the desire to satisfy all ti"t". and
they cannot fall to slvo satisfaction. '
f Ramsey llulldlug. Main Htrfct.
lllopmsburg, April 20, Wo-Ht
S900 -WANTED AN ACTIVE
traVed S ot$? ftZX&X
COFFEE, aud SPICES. To suitat li ?in'tn v. i fwiil
F've -a salary of 8000 to 81.000 Byrar'ntave travel'
io.oraddress Immediately. "l"u"Efu. Appl
J. PACKER & CO..
nniwro-j. i:..,lUne nIal Mills''
api m-lt. hi liowery, Now Xpik.
, . ."".s v, mu mot-Kuoiuers or uio itiomns.
bV,WuLeriir I'istltiite and Stato Norma lKSool
will he held In the Hall of the Institute Ton Mon
llH.fJi"''.! l87l. tween !" houfs of t?o
nM-fn" .ilve cleric P. M., to elect n
Upara of Trustees to serve lor ono yea r.
J.O. FitEEix. L. 11. RUPERT.
A DMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE
-tVlo i, ,OK. WAMIAA MASON, DEO'lJ.
Letters of administration on the estate of
Isabella Mason late of Fall Urook i!f
flof c,?UD.,y- Ieceod. haw beenrauted
hv the Register of said county to Chafics w
Miller of illoom township, Coluinhla , count
All persons having claims against thoesta"e of
LL KINDS OF JOD PRINTING
neatly exooutAd at th- iv, . . . ...
'fluting omoe. ' " mcul
WELLINGTON H. ENT,
Dlooiusburg, April 15, 1870. l'rothonotary.
(fo nnn a year andexpen-
tSC .JJJ bus in nuents to sell tho cele
brated WILSONSHWINO MACHINES. The best
machine In thowor'd. Hitch alike on both tides.
One MACHINn without .Money, for iurther
particulars, nddress 22 is, 'Jin fi., rnnau a, iu.
A umueiHi or ii ypT ceiu. on me cnpmu wmcit
of Uio (finimuy will lioiuht (u thoStocklioklurH
of tiio Cftlnwlssa Itrltlfiu ('ompniiy, on or nflrr
April 10th at tho olllcu or tho TreaMircr of tho
Utimimny. (ii;o. h. OlMJEUT,
t'atnwlfKn, AjirllH, lKT0-.1t. TieitHiuer.
LATEST DRY (I00D3 (iUOTATIONH I
m. p. LUTZ's
HEW IRIOH LIST.
OOTS AND SIIOKS.
CliAUK M. UUOWN,
GRNTHK STHKET, ADJOtXINO THE bTOUK OV
HOIimiS'H A KVER,
A lull tiiul complete nssortiuent of rciuly mftilo
boots ami shoes for men. women nnd chlhlren
Just reeelveil nml for h.iIo ut reaaouftblo rutos.
vnriotlcs to sultnll clascn of customers. Tho
bst of work tlono nt short notice, an heretofore.
Olvo him .icall. nprS70-tf,
All persons Indebted tothc underslgncil cither
on Koto or Boole Account, aie hereby notified to
nuiuu incir uccouiiiH nt once, or inpy win oo roi.
lericunccoriiiuH 10 mw. j. u. ltunrat, i).
llloomsburg, April 1, lb"0-tr.
TN THE OIHUIANS' COUKT IN
1 nnd for tho Countv of Columbia. Tn t)m mot.
tcrot the pctltlouofW.il. Knt ndmlnihtrator
or Jeremiah Kline, late of Jackson township,
deceased, fot spccUlo performance of contract.
February 8th, 1870, U. W. Sillier, Kkq., appointed
1tiiiuiiTOiMiigi iu HUiU IUUUI UI I'UItiritL'L
lly the Court. Certllled from the llccord.
Wkixingion 11. Knt, Clcik.
To persons Interested In tho abovo case, tako
notice, that I shall attend fortho puriKisotif my
appointment nt my olllco. In Illooinsbur, on
Saturday, tho 2od day of April A. n., 1870. nt ten
O NEW DISCOVERY 1 ! !
ed and well Mocked Kitknitukk fc Ueddinu
AVAitEnooMS or II. It. LEWIS, t n., nro the cheap
est in tho city. lie is now selling I'arloh Hiti ia
IU I L.VHII, 11AIK UJ-OTII, 11FPS Or iEltilY. W AL
NUT CIIA5IDEU MlIiTK 111 Oir. fir VAi;xiir? I'nT.
TAOE FUKNITUBE, nil Styles; JlKDUINU AM)
Mattumis, various sizes, cheaper than auction
prices, Como and fcee, nnd be lonvlt'ccd. You
win fcuvu iinuiuy uy giving us a can ueiore pur
Tr. It. L12WI8, Sit.,
1131 JIAIIKET STHHF.T, I'll I I.AUKLI'II T A,
IS'ext dour to cor. of J-'lltccnth at,
COUGH, COLD OH SORE
Requires Immedhle attcnllon, as
ui'kiuul uiicii tt'biiiL in an incura
bio Lung DNcnsc.
ltltOWN'H IIHONTHf AT. TtUtritV
will almost invariably glvo Instant
relief. For UronchflH, Asthma,
Catarrh, Consumptive uud Tliroat
jnseasc, incy nave a soothing cf-
Hlncors ntnlPiililift Ripiilv-fTKiikf. ifim iaik
Owing to 4ho good lcputntlou and iiopulnrlty
of tho 'iiochee, many wortblets and cheap ImU
nuiuns nre ouorru, wnifu nro gooa lor nothing,
lto btiie to obtain the (run
UROWN'S llRONClUAL TUOCIinfJ.
SOLU EVE It Y W If K It K,
KEGISTER'S NOTICK-Notick is
heicby Blycu to all JcKaleet., creilltora ami
other persons lntcrestert In the estates or the lc
Kpectlve tlccedcnts nnd uilnorH, that tho follou--Inmulmlnlstrntlon
ami uu;irill:ili nc-counts have
been tlleil lu the oilleeoi tho Uegt&tcr or Colutn
blncounty.nud will bo met.enle.1 for conlliuia
tlon and allowanco In the Orphnus' Court, to bo
held in Uloomsburg, on Wednesday, the 1th day
or May. 1S70, it two o'clock iu Uio urtcruoou of
1. Account of John Gunman, Uuardlnu of
Kyker Hosder, minor child of ileiny Hosier, lato
of Heaver twp., dee'd.
2. First nud tlnal account of Franklin Chris
tian, ndm'r. of Ynleutlue Christian, lato of Mad
.1. Account of Johu Btaley, ndm'r. of ElMm
Albcrtsou, late of Oreenwood twp., dee'd,
t. Tho ilnal account of Wlllluni Creasy, auar
dlau ofHuaunna O'earhart, minor child ol Joseph
Ui'Uilmit, lato of Catawlssa twn., dee'd.
p. Tho account of Janieo Jlasieis, ndm'r. of
1 homos l'utbcl, late of 111 cenwona lu p., dte'd.
,.!', T"S,'!!h,t ""'"untor Win. HaKenbiuh and
WI son Mellclc, ndm'is. of 1'eler Mellclt, late of
Scott twp:; dee'd.
Iuo,fll,l,t ?'!? flnal OfMiunt of Nicholas
Klmtt, pdm'r.ot l'redcrlck ltohr, lato of Uiten
wood twp., dco'il.
. The llrst and linal account of John It. Moy.
deceased''' " ,ur""au 10,0 of Ol'uugo twp.
u. The llrst and final account nr Michael K.
10. The llrst nud final account of I, W. Hart
HromIl?pU,tdec.1!l'1',Un',, H- MC',r111- lal 0(
11. The account of Thomas Crovcllntr. Jr
nili,n ri.?f Ju,in -M'Hor lato ol Hcolt twp., dei'd.
i.-', ",e ,llc,couut o' Jacob Htlue, ndm'r. or
?SuS.'.,!t '"Olimian, late of Locust twp., deo'd.
ii : I'lO'i'ount of hiolomon Neyharil, Ouar
I 'n,ifuJ,if ""woau, Matilda I,, llownmn,
Martha B. llowiiian, Mary J. Downus. WlnHclJ
ileo'd aumucl A- uwuau, late ul Mllllln twp.,
u,,'; i"ri!lncu "to'H'nry Wertmau, Jr., Hxec
twp' dce'll Wcrlm". Br., lato of Moutour
nnri'-m ' W1LI.IAMBON H. JAC011V,
nnrl 70. HcsUtir.
The following appraisements of real and ner
foual property set apart to widows of decedeuts.
hnvo been filed n, the office of the IleglsuF of
Columbia county, under tho Itules of Coin t, aud
will be presented for nbsolulo confinuatloiiT to
tho Orplmm' Court to bo held in Hlooinsbnri:. in
?..fTs-,a!4 ?ouut''u,Wednesday.tho tin day of
May lk,o at two o'clock p. w., or said ilay, uulens
exceptions to such toi'Ilrmatlous uio pievlously
Kc'.U'talieBne?0,,,, iM lu a
Co'l. coVdecu' I'aVl1' Fry' IaU 1eavet twP
twaiV,&d.W Colllll!lKutllir. lut " Sugarloaf
ileeld'.Wll,0W f VQl" lal of nlro twl'-
deoMWllW f V0Ul' Cu,nr. "to of locust twp..
dco'dW'llQW f amts ,tl'l'ni Iat0 of tocust twp.,
Col. ci'dc aM f ll0"J' LUW lal ' Moutour twP-
nnrl'7,1 WILLIAMSON H. JACOIIY,
"I"1 7U- lleglster,
JQ ENTIfl T R Y .
H. C. HOWmt, DENTIST.
.'i.'LP0nru"y.oire"i, llU Professional services to
ii',?itt.d'?.n,id Kiut'Muen of lilnonisbumi ml vl
clnlty. He Is prepared to attend to ull tie arl.
pus operations In tho lino of his prof 'stion aiili
Is provided with the latest lin roved i-oncki in
Tkbiu which will he inseitei on gold pluUu?
nw "IV1 r!!bljf,r '"",0 10 l0,,l well iii 2 "St
ural leeth. Teeth extracted by all the new auJ
uost approved niethods, and all npcrat ous "n
lUi?ii ili rcfully una propel ly attended to"
Co,u?tU&e,'ia!0O,?ldOe.tt f8W dr" Bb0"
A DJIINISTRATRIX'S NOTICE.
Ji. USTAI K or JOHN THOMAS, DEO'lJ.
l'tleik. fif fill til I diet fd, I.... .... .,....T.T ... .
?":f?,a" 'aSui ?' '''"?. Cblumblaeoun!
o'f sold county to Sarah VbmV.n.V'L, ?..vJ.'!,1f
twii., and county aforesaid. All persons huvlni
claims against the estalo of the decedeu t u ru.
lUcsteiVTo present Ihem for seUlemeu and
thoo indebted to the eslute to inako i Sj ment ..
tho uudcrclgncd, adnilulstratrlx, wH mnt "uiiiy
M... "V M. IIAVCOCK. CH'l).
XI...I.H . lHVu"1,11"lry on tho estalo of Marv
Msgdollno Haycock, laloof l'ranklln townsiTi.:
I olumbla counly d'eo'd, have TlSSu granud by
;,li..'tl'l(l?l''r of suiJ county to John O. llenley
(lLt ru"l' lownshlii, Col. .., All phsous hilvi
nBr?.c ,1Sl".,,".C1!a,.,"tAl! "" lequesteU to
fouu.?: iffiSi uud;w"e,ir,V,0JersiUta it'h'e'fo'.l
llnnl Mlllq 4)
llKltlO " -l
Pepperoll Bhectlug 9-4
A reasonable rodnctlou by tho pleco,
fruit of tho loom
(Heono Manure, Co,
'.7 . "
Concsloga extra 4-4
"A. A." 7-tt
11. 11. . Co.extraheavy 7-v
lied oil calico 7-S
Slnglo fold (nil colors)
A Job lot at
American at J.I0-12:15-1S
I 00 to II
Wool 1 I" J,
Colored Linen 1
TABLK OIL CLOTH.
Wood colors (by tho yard)
Floor oil cloth 6 1 H, Ml
ALI'ACAS KUDLION IlltANH.
" pure mohair at 7S-1 Wi 1
Colored nt Jj-40-15-60
" single fold al
BUMMl'.lt HHESH GOOH3.
Chcnoropllus t 25 to
IMalds SO to
Haudsome patterns , s,.
lllaok at 1 C0-1 CO-1 75-2 00-2 ! A i
Colored Japanese 1
French poplins 1
180 to 2
at 18-23-3.40-M-CO A
Boft finish "
Htrlpo " at 40-45
Flald ,." at , 40-15.4
Figured ' at " 50 A '
Victoria Ijiwu 10 to
Twilled Long cloth
Bnlsse at 40-50 A
Tarleton white A colore.1
Irish Linen nt 2$.35-40-50'M-7j 1 Oi.t
Nottingham laco for curtains 23-35-15-50 A
Embroidered ourtalui on sulsuo
Ladies' Linen C-8.10-12-15-20.25-:i0-35-l'.r 50
' " HemstlKh SO to Hi
Child's Hemmed 10
lellts at 10-18-51 40 45 50 A U
I.adlo's I.lic.i nt 1 00 1 23 A 1 50
IlleachSutln Damask 8-1 1 13
Hrown Loom dice 7-1 50
" Cream " K-l e.1
Ited bordered Illicit 10 13 18 20 30 A S
" " it figured Double damask 50
NapkLus at (IS to 4 00 per dozen
Honey comb pattern 11-1 1 05
Marseilles 10-1 (J 2 00 2 50 3 00 3 50
" 11-1 at i 113 00 A 4 00'
Hoop skirts 50 to 1 25
French Wove corsets 7.1
HattccnJeau " 15
A full lino nt
40 els to 3 75
75 " to 4 00
Dickens best n
Napier cutrs to
A liberal discount ou 1 ols of IoO or over
Gouts' neckties aud hows at 10 to 73
Indies while at
10 lijai 25 40 & SO
10 to 50
Ladles LIsloJ: Ilerlln thread loto 43
" Hop guautlots (riding gloves 175
..M'ltovory pair warranted) 125
Gents thread 23 tn 60
" Kid i ik)
lly vlrttio of Hnndry tvrfts t
coiintj-"nnrt0 1 mi ilirectM d7,c,M SlS
In llin townslilp of Ilrlarerb ,
eoiiUiluliiK abmA htiMrMln "Uto,
ess, bnunded by, lamia cr H, 8C'"" tS"1'
tho helm of B. V, Headly mi iiA10 "flUia
Luremo county lino on ihT 1w h?'v
Mlrabeth BmliherrnS3 PeterVi1' b"u
others nn tho west wlnLf;!1 ?" "o1,;" U.I
f 1 f lur AI 1 1 1 I in T'iia k Prunl.."" Ibl
Hnnlc llnr'n, Wagon llViVsoLST """'nisiSI
WlikenTc MS IT'
lllftrrtft(nfT....ilJ.OU Stllltnl. 1
At tho. snmo timo and nlM ..... I
scriueii lot or ground sltnniA i! iollot-i.. I
ship, Columbia cS"my,Xft
three acres, moro or less l,ni,l, , nK WatiI?.nl
William Kllnetol) ami llcnrv Trlh
is erected n Frame Tnvtrn iilr".0?11. on
with the appurtenances. " hu""U'ra,
Bclred, taken In execution .. .
uio properly or wuicon u. H6siitr "il
At llio (Alllo tlinn ni.,1 i . .
est In a certain tract of iaiul il!,.''.nil.J"t'"lK,l
mining fifty acres more or0iy,oh,"Bl
lourlii of a rerln n
sjltil enllllt v In Ihn wnm .il.." "n,l Ush n-. .1
pnit orfceven hundred acre i',T,'lMs-w.
same townshlns in llio miiA .,,'. '".ore or W,
to wit : Smuel J, l'eiiIcr,NaThan1i. s wn"l
ander Cochran, also the' u 1 H 'nv,1
four hundted acres. nu. . ,'.ll'-f tm I
ship lu tho warrantee name nf n l?!1 wi
also the undivided nnc.fourth?,, Tt
nl In 11 linrl. r ln,,.i f.. ""'M' H tb( Ci
surveyor Nathan Heael,,?o . unKll'"!
acres, moro or less. ' l,un,nJ nlnetrl.1
15c1r.cn, lanen in execution nn.i i ,
tho proiwity or James N. Jones? h
ground, contnlnini: ahoui ir n"1'1.011' lJ
iho north by laud, of Fens crSr..MMs
south by lands of George Bcott iStt'.vllu
by lands of PhlllpBeeslioltz. anJo11"
Beized, taken In execution amltah,,
the property of Samuel Overdue, Ul
At tho Banio time nud placo a eirhin km. I
and lot of ground, iltimtoiuthat7ir!ifla!!l
dlvriled ly Thomas I m khuaSj?:;1''!
lot Of J.
Dextcrs nail knitting Cotton
Coati white sjswl cotton
" " . " " uy lh do.
Common ' " "
Colored ' "
100 yds spools
llest quantity .
John Eugllsh . Co
11 Hemming ,V Sous
Whale bones (30 inches) - - -nillllONS.
" 0-3 '10
Talliity No. 1 pur yard letspof plei
" - S " " o .. ..
Cord edge" 2
lllaek No. 1 to (!' per piece 40 to 2 40
Colored" i .rli 3
4 to 40 ' 0 to 25
In addition to tho abovullst I have a full
Hue of dress trimmings und buttons. White
plquo trimmings, White and black lace edgen
Hamburg edges and Insertions. Ladles linen
collars and cuffs, luco collars, Tlsiues.bareges
and dotted luco lor veils. Alpaca braids,
Elastics, Suspenders, Portmoules combs,
I'ockot knives, Toilet wurw, Ac, Also n siuull
slock of carpets ua ready mUi elothlug,
which I will closo out at cost. Cloths, Uusl.
uurs, ItepellauU ladies' clolhs,Haltlnuts,Cot
tonades, lied, White and plaid llnuuels, Opera
flannels, Canton, aud everything generally
kept lu u first class Pry Good Blore,
ltcmombcr the placa lsut U. 1'. Lull's In
Ilrowcr's new building mat to Iho courl
Olouso, MaluHt. Uloomsburg, pa.
twenty-four. with shop beliTdTowMS
ftlt ofion sixteen feet by twiMityrffSJ
Hclzed, taken In execution nndtib. ,m
lho m-nnprtv nr M M i7iinn... ,u u oe inlj J
At tho same timo ami place, all tint end I
piece or paicel of land, situate In Mimint JI
Hhlii, bouiu'ed nnd described as foil oist vli-J
nnd two tenth pcrchtM to u hUmc, iiortiulil
IliiU Ul'lilUUri Wl'M hPVr 111 V.liiltr uiwl ll,.i,.i.l
n stone, thenco by lands ol diaries KlIniiM
noutli.Mxty.loiir degrcts wit,thlrtj-lotrl
f.!l four perches ton slcme.tliuicelriiil
William l'urr south, thlny-slx ileEnniJ
four and four-tenth perches to a post tlnal
....... u. i,ui. lutiuiuui siiuui UrCMj-tTatJ
gieen, east iiuy-iour anu eiglit.lcntli itrttal
iu...,. bit.ij'ii.u nuu liirtl!-iuri(r'i
grees enst twelvo and llvc-lcntii rrcnatl
nost. south thlitv-nlnn ilnm. ...t .i.r. 1
and soven-tcntln perches ton stone 'm fcl
""nil mu 13 -uini. null a nail ucgrctH ml till
'I --, ""ii si.i-1-iiui rviciie-s ioiuepmort4
ginnfug. contnlnini; tuentv.tivn iutmitii.J
hundred and eleven perches of lan.ljtrlctmiJ
uiuuu iiiuHuiim more or less toeiner wi;a :
Helzed. taken 111 exncuMnn nml tn J
tho propel ty of Samuel ScliwepponbelKt i
At tho snlim time nn,t iilii-i. n mtnU tn I
land slluato lu Urlarcreek lownsbln, muM
on ino norm nyiaiiils ol joiin u. Jjoiby
Hannali Sponenoeiger, on the east ly laofcl
Btcniiell Thomas nud Jacoliv. ou tlie&iQ'Jil
public road leading from lleivlck to Ilitcl
burg.oii thowestby tho Ilrlar Creek, on it I
is crccii'ii ii irumo grisi mill, piaster mmii
saw mliln frnmo dwelling bouse, frame i'i
with tho ntiulirtfii.iliiVH. Also nn!inR.inietll
about Ihrie ucii-s of ground situate tu ul
township and county ruljululnlog liinilnalll
Jacoby, D.mlel Iliunu ich nnd Hit N'urtA toil
Seized, taken In cxceutlou nrvilto be s-ilcl
uio p.operiy oi jusi.iu inoni.is.
Wlii.iin.ts, thoHon. William Elwoll, Prulil
.Tmlirn nf llio Court of Over anil TeroillM li
Gonernl Jail Delivery, Court of Quarter Ms I
nrttiit lN-jii-M und Ciiuit ill Common I'lejxae! I
plmu'H Court III the Jlitli Jmlleliil IiislriiUl
ivised of the i-oimtles ot CoiumM.1, buillnm.'l
wyonitliK.iind tho lion. Irani Derranl Inl
loiirno jNSiCHllo Jliuge. in uiuiiiui. iwij
luivo issued ineir proceiu, ucuruiguuii.i
.In,. ,,r l.'fli. i,i IIim venr nf rnir liiru. I
thousand, eight hundred and seventy l l
m,ih,.ri. fil r.ir hiiliiliiurntiiirlof Onr aDd il
mine.' and UeneraHiu.iiterhessliuuolUiin.1
Court of Co.jmim l'le.isiind Uriilua'aCraitl
Illooinsbunt, lu tho nullity of Columbia, on I
llrst Monday, being the 2nd dayol .Majmri
coiuiuuo ouo ween. . ,
v'nii,, i.i,n,i,v .,K'.,n. lii flu, fiironer. til 4
Justices ot tho Pellco, and tho OomUUiloll
said eounly ol Columbia, that tiny bo IM'I
llieio 111 ineir fiiuper ieiBi.i, in u "'" -j
i-.., ..,,.,,, ,.r t.,i,l t,l Mm- i,l Jl.v. ii a Util'l
ords, Inciulsitlonsnnd other inmiubMl
do those things which to their ofllcn mf 1
to bo- done. Aim tiioso mai ),
ucogiilzunce, to piusecute ualtht i"Jl
oueia tli.lt uio or may no in u u
said county or coiuinuin, io
Ihcrolo proscoulo them ns shall o PJ,
.','.'"".". .. .tV, .iV,.i?, rii.,.. n.iiLdulllW
... uiug, iiiw isnuij u -i "'I. , , , l.asssj
las, nf our Lord, one thuu.ud fU
I'-s'J drudand seventy, and lu Ita H
uiuii year in uie ii''"l''",.N",, uir i il'J) H
wiaies in rfiniei ieii. wuu u-i. -'-r,-!.'!
11 nniiiiilmiir A liril 1. 1SZU. "'1
liloom-Lott Wertz.Jolm A. iunilot.f'l
Drhircreek-Wesley Hugeubucli, nw M
iseuemiaii riiiieiiuousi-. n
llcnton-Johu W. llelshllue. ,,J
iter wick Hoi o. James Jacoby, Lew U'1
uer, wein jhiwhihii.
llenver Thomas Lulz. .
Centrnlia Hoio'-H. A. WeUensnol.
Conj nshani-Wllllam (jiKxluiBU.
Flshlngc.cek Samuel J. 1 euler,
Gleenuuod Joaepn .;.,, i ,i,n On
llemlock-Hugli i). Mcllrlde, Jelml'
Win, t". Ulcharl.
Jacksou-Clluton Lewis. teI
Mt. Pleasant-Daniel MiCarly, Aw
Oiiingo Isaao Dlldine. winu itl
l'ine-D.iulel (lieene, lleiijaioln 1 HM-!
X FOll MAY TEIIJI, li"-. ... ..
llloom-Caleb llarlou, tnr" .
Charles Forstei'.Jouathun CromUo,!"1"' I
l't'lBf . . ,. u ,. ... ii,ir,i.
iirinicreeit j,i..oiiiii.,--" 4
"ilW-James Conner, U..WJ.W
HerwIcU llmo'-Gto. A. B'1M,,mHirJ
llenvor-Elias Mlller.l'eter t-licinninti, -i
Centro Stcnheu Wolf. .
Couyughiuu Hccse Davis. Mr
Flshlngcrcek-John Hutiou. 1 -,,1
FrnuklTn-Wm. llohrbticli. JwKsl
Urecnwood-liobut ltobbiiis. J"au I
ael, Jacob Btaley. ,
llcmlock-Tlionius W I '"" . , &
Jackson-Augustus Everliart, u. V
Locust George Felte.mau,
Jlontour-W. M. Monioe. ,
Mimin-A. II. Creasy. IU " 1 , 'ffij,
Oiausc-Hobcit Oman, He""
am K. llowmau. .
Bcott 1.11 llurlpjan.
V KltlCKllAUM. Clcik. . hoir'
TIIOS. J. M LLU ''" H
..... ... TMi," 1U ,1 "
'111. il rri-lnis fif tte l'llor in , ., 1 11
havo under their chaise tiuiO .!u gJ
7 undo lespcetlvely.uud uue 'Jf",yeir
ivl.lnl, lln.v u.-lll i.m.i nut to Hiu"r
until IS) ears o.,. ,,.., 0 Tlirf'
iitoomtburg, April u, i-m-"
1 vtr r v t rjrii r A 'rn 1 1'S
, .,Vvk. pre .. I
miATlSOF l Alllieis ...-- ' ..JrfKifll'
letters nt niuninisuain"' uslnt.
tiej-o on Iho eslute of 1 'a JWJi l
of Cunyiigham townsh p, ' o;u",. (..!.
Columbia county to Dennis 1 Ijriw
ham township, All poisons luiU 'i, ilC
demnuds against thoiatuto nnd l'"!
reqm-stid to mako tlieiii kn"uinuu I
ueuteu tomakepayineui, ,.vs.-mllVa"
- - ...ntim
C'0 THE FOLSOM ".yN
bZ O - Twcnty.Fivo , Ito""....!
Machlue. The chiaptst I;'- ;hri7jv- V
tho Market, -l t j m ';' ' a In ul!
commission allowed, roriii'"--. yo,7;i
Uless, A.H.HAMH.10N, GemAH'" '
mil St., 1'hlla,, 1'n, 11 I
KSMTRUFI H.lll . ...HUM ,,
ein lestamentary ou iue roi
, Lcltcro lestamentary ou lii 'J'T- cols
Klnsbury. lute of Heuton toivii ,',,,, ii.
county, ike'd. have beeu S 'i, ,Tr ef I""
of salu county to KHJab "W i'lalw" '
or u Columbia """.,- jmueiit. '".fl
slntu either ou no to, ;J" .k.cntW H
Wf MUUK ttfl'UUUl Mill 4- ' r.j
ccutor without tuiay. fUJAU rUffi
tn llm i.