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AND DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBURG,
COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
rrttlny .llortiliiR, fllny ST, ISro.
4J-TIIK COf.VMllIAM hl (he Largest
Circulation or any paper published In
Northern I'citmylvftiitiit an.l Is alio a
much larger sheet (tmn nny oMttrotem
pnrnrlrti ami li thereforettiabest medium
for ndverlUliiR In thla section ntthe State,
Judge Black's Befonso of Stanton.
Porno tlmo since, Henry Wilson, Sen
ator from Masanchusotta wroto tin artic
le ou E.il. Stanton, Secrolrtry of Wfir
under Mr. Lincoln, in which ho claim
ed for tho War Secretary such tlilnRs, as
Massachusetts Republicans may deem
vlrtuoiu.biit which mankind, generally,
cslcom aa little short of crimes. Duplic
ity, deliberate lying, nnd bascnes? of
tho most desplcabla kind are hold up
for public Inspection and approval. So
fearfully did this prat?o of Wilson ln
juro tho character of the dead Secretary
that Hon. Jeremiah S. Black, Attorney
General under Mr Buchanan and associ
ated with Mr. Stanton in tho Cabinet
at tho breaking out of tho Rebellion , felt
It Incumbent upon hlin to dofond both
Mr. Stanton and tho other members of
the Cabinet from the deadly laudation
of tho Senator from Massachusetts, llo
accordingly publishes mi nrticltiln reply
to the ono written by Mr. Wilson, nail
very effectually overthrows thalgentlo
ine j Whereupon sundry Republican
p:i, headed by tho New York Times,
r im ero'IIt Mr. Black, and state
ih, jiiist bo guided by tho "record
jfc t l'i)ut they mean bj this
v ' tot ...'eci.i!ly understand,
bit' w'' i uiotiun'.-j taken as a truth
ful "re ul of fivenla", is tho record
which h.m hi cn propired by Mich ivi
this Mr. Wilson and others like htm,
with duo regard that tho shadows fall
only where noccnry to throw Repub
lleunlsm Into brighter light. In a word
these discrigiutntiiig nowspupers refuse
to accept clip statement of a- gentleman
of known and accepted truthfulness and
honor, Who wag' a member Of the Cabl
net of which Mr.Stauton was a part,who
wasan eye witness and a personal hearer
of what took place, but aro willing to
accept thq views of a man who was not
In tho Cabinet, who possessed no espec
ial advantages of ascertaining tho truo
stato of affairs beyond many others of
ins associates, anu wno, as rar as our
knowledgo of his character Is concerned,
possesses no great ability, certainly, as
his letter shows, no very high idea of
what ni honorablo man Is, nnd vl1030
greatest claim upon tho public admir
ation lies in fact tho that ho is, by tho
dispensation of Providence, Unltod
States Senator from Massachusetts.
Iioyalty and Honesty.
Nover was tho position and morals
of tho leaders of tho Radical party bet
ter illustrated than during the recent
fight In Congress over tho reconstruc
tion of Georgia. This unfortunato
Stato (which has had seventeen dif
ferent forms of government slnco 1800,)
on account or its .Democratic leanings
has been a regular root-ball for Rad
ical politicians, and is out and in the
Union as best suits their purposes.
Tho Legislature has been remodelled
by having" a military commission turn
out u number of Democratic members
nnd putting negroes In their places,
and now Congress proposes to extend
their tlmo, which, legally", will soon ex
pire. In other words, they aro afraid
to permit a new election to bo held,
and Gov. Bullock, and other carpet
baggers have beon working industrious
ly to perpetuate their power.
In order- to accomplish this, $10,000
wcro offered for Senator Carpenter's
vote, and lesser amounts for- tho votes
of other Senators, l-'orney was paid
several thousand dollars for tho Influ-
to of hid paper, and about $2,000 was
V-iu tii 'cham'pagno suppers, JUS, Bui
ljtk paid over $14,000 of tho people's
truly to accomplish his iniquitous
These Jiict-. appear In a report of tho
Senate Judiciary. Committee and is
feigned by mcU Republicans us Conk
ling, Trumbull, Edmunds, nnd Car
penter. Forney has made a bitter re
ply attucking thtwo Senators personally
and politically, but does not deny any
tory this Is on Radical rule!
She IfcWji'SrorU Bloction.
Wo wero prepared for n victory in
Now York; but did not expect tho
majority would reach tho enormous
sum ot 00,000. Radical newspapers
which at first began to prato about
frauds In New 'York City, nro now
dumb when they learn that our nialor.
Ity is 30,000, outsido of that City, In
upcnking about tho political changes
tho II orta says:
"Thcro is something wonderful In tho
political changes, that havo taken placo
In tho interior of tho State. Cayuga
County Is Democratic for tho first tlmo
in thirty years. Oswego County .which
govo Grant 3,455 majority In J8G8, hos
given Church 000 majority. Jefferson
County gavo Grant 2,538 majority, and
unurch now has -100 majority. Oeiio
seo County, which went for Grant by
j,iu7 majority, has now given a Demo-
crfttic majority. Moro rcraarkablo still.
old Chautauqua, which has bceu Whig
Olid ltopuuiicau from tlmolmmeniorial.
is this year gathered into thoDemocratic
fold. Grant's majority In tho county
InJ668 was nearly 5,000. When tho
final result of tho election Is obtained
no further argument will bo noeded to
provo that tho Republican party In tho
Kioto or now York has gone to pieces
Ail Editorial Convention,
Tho Bellefonto Matchman hassuueos-
ted tho, propriety of a Convention of
mo uemocrctio editors of this Stato In
order to take action pn tho present con
dition of political affairs. Wo havo
not much Xalth in Jt accomplishing
muru concert oi action man. wo now
havo, yot are anxious to eco tho Con
vention held. Wo can ut least form ac
quaintance; and exchange viows.
BolJefonto would suit US as yvelj as
nny other ilacc,but the tlmo, Juno J4th,
is unfurl unjito, as tho different Coin-iiii-nuirlca
of Knights Tomplars, of
thia State meet at that time. I
Washington, D. C, May 21. Tho
President hns Issued tho.followlngproc
Jly the President of the United Stales qf
Whereas, It has eomo to my knowl
edgo that sundry Illegal military enter
prises and expeditions aro being set on
mot within tho territory and Jurisdic
tion of tho United States with tho vlow
to carry on thesaino from nncli territory
nnd Jurisdiction ngnlnst tho pooplo and
district of tho Dominion of Canada,
wllhlii the Dominions of her Macsty
tho Queen of tho Unltod Kingdom of
Great Brltalu and Ireland, with whom
tho United States Is at peace.
J'ow, Therefore, I, Ulysses S. Grant,
President of thoUnltcd States, do here
by admonish all good citizens of tho
United States, and all persons within
tho military Jurisdiction of tho United
States, against aiding, countenancing,
abetting, or taking part in such unlaw
ful proceedings; and I do hereby warn
nil persons that, by committing such
Illegal ac(s, they will forfeit all right to
tho protection of this government, or
to its Interference In their bohalf to ros
cuo.them from thoconsequoncos of their
own acts. And I do hereby onjoln all
ofllccrsiu the servlco of tho United
Slates to employ all their lawful au
thority and power to provent and de
feat tho aforesaid unlawful proceedings,
and to arrest and bring to Justico all
persons who may bo engaged therein.
In testimony whoreof,I havo hereun
to set my hand, nnd caused tho seal of
tho United States to bo nfll.ved.
Dono at tho City of Washington, this
21th day of May, In the year of our
Lord ono thousand eight hundred and
soventy.and of tho Independence of tho
united stales oi America ino ninety
fourth. (Signed) U. S. Grant.
By tho President.
Hamilton Fisir, Sec'y. of Stato.
On tho 13th of April last, Major-Gen-oral
W. S. Hancock addressed the fol
lowing telegraphic despatch to General
W. T. Sherman, dated St. LduIs;
If my rank will not ontitlo me to a
utvMo.i, and tho changes in depart
meiit-j aro such as to make it iiractica-
bio, 1 would prefer this (St. Louis)
station, j. ion vo :u onco ior sc. x'uui.
Tho next day tho following telegram
wasfsent In reply;
Your despatch from St. Louis has
been received, and I will answer you
by mail. In the contemplated chtuigq
your noit will not bo altered.
' (Signed) W. T. Sherman General.
Thd same day (April M) General
Sherman addressed tho following Iejler
to General Hancock:
General! 1 have, laid your.dcspatch
of tho' 13thi from St. .Louis, before thd
President, who authorized mo to bay
that your wishes and claims for tho
succession to tho command of th'o
Military Division of tho Pacific, made
vacant by- General Tliomas'a death,
wero fairly considered; and also your
preierenco lor tno .Department oi tne
Missouri, in caso of n chango in its com
mander, was mado known to him, but
no nas oruereu otherwise.
The, President authorizes mo to bay
to you that it belonirs to his ofttco to
select tho commanding generals of
divisions and. departments,! and that
mo relations you cuoso to assume to
wards" him, officially and privately,
aDsoivo nim irom-regaraing your per
Tho order announcing these changes
Will be mado public in a very few days
and they will not touch tho Depart
ment of Dakota or Military Division of
the Missouri. I am with respect,yours
W. T. Sherman, General.
To thlsGoncral Hancock replied, un
der date of St. Paul, April 27:
General: Your letter has been re
ceived, detailing tho reasons th'o Pres
ident gives why my claims to a moro
important command should not bo re
garded. ;I intended, by my despatch,
to ask for a division of tho' oxistlng di
visions wero nil continued: otherwise,
if changes mado It practicable, notas' a
favor, but as a claim, to a command
to which 1 thought my rank entitled
As' tho President leads mo to beliovo
that,- became I havo not his personal
sympainy, my preierences lor com
manu win not oe regarded, uotwitii
standing my rank, I shall not again
open tho subject, but will add, In con
clusion, man inins it is an uniortu
nato precedent to' establish that mili
tary rank in tlmo of neace. especially
in tho assignment of general oillcers to
commands qf divisions and depart
ments, shall not have tho consideration
hitherto conceded to it. I am: very re
spectfully, your obedient servant..
WINFIKLD o HANCOCK,
Major-Genoral, U. S. A.
Tho Indian Outrages.
Homo or our Radical readers wero
much distressed about our recent ed
itorial on Gen. Sherldon and his asso
ciates for their participation in tho
PIcgan Massacre. In fact ono of them
jelt compelled to discontinue) his sub
Since then the Press, tho mouth
piece of Radicalism in this Stato has
printed a letter from Mr. Wm. Welsh, a
prominent Philadelphia, on this sub
ject, and says editor! ally:
Tho statements of tho lotter'aro uno-
quivocal, and, although startling per
haps to many, aro well weighed and
expressed temperately. Mr. Welsh
undertakes ui03t positively tho ilofepco
of tho Indinn character, and alleges
squuruiy unit icu inuians nave Been
luurucreii in ono wnito man, ana a
Hundred Indian women have suflpnvl
through tiio lusts of tho border settlers
io ono whito woman from tho Indians
Ho goeH further, and from his own ex
perience relates tho fact that tho In
uians now living on tho resorvfttions
are not only peaceable and orderly, but
R00dfarm hauds, and thoroughly
'"""- iiiis testimony or nn un
Impeacliablo. living witness coincides
with tho cumulativo evidence of his
tory, anu need not. surprise any one.
Wo havo so often trono over thti lemnna
of American history on this point that
ii is miuuiuii io reassert luein now.
"Mr. Hamllton.of Texas, was wholly
In favor of tho continuance of tho mlif.
lary in mo boutn, lor tho prevention
of rebel outraces. Iiistr.nl nr rrmntino
amnesty to tho rebel, the government
Biiumu ihku mm oy ino throat and
kiiock mm on tho head."
Wo fako tho above from tho Con.
eresslonal Reports, and print It as ovl
dencoof tho deconey, propriety and
statesmanship which characterize sorao
of tho mis-called Senators from tho
South, Is it nny wonder that there
should bo bitter feelings In tho re-constructed
States, when such creatures as
mis Hamilton aro permitted, unrehuk.
ed, to utter such sentiments as tho
above, J'Tho rebel'1 as ho Is calls him,
Is, purely and simply, any Southern
man. Who dor nnt Milrrun t)oil,i
, ' - W.UV.DW ...111.. It, I
policy and whoso consclonco and
of decency and honor forbid diis vo.
trnglosendBucb men as iiAmiiinn
the United States Soaato. "
Helena, Montana, May 18. A
party of whltofnon Wlillo on a pleasure
trip to tho Falls of tho Yellowstone,
had their stock stolon ono night by. a
hand of Indians, known as "Sheep
Takers. " They pursued tho Indians at
day-break. Tho latter hastily construc
ted a raft and attempted to cross I ho
Yellowstono River. About midway
across, tho' current took tho raft down
tho stream, and Its eighteen occupants
wcro swept over tho Falls to Instant
Nkw York, May 20. Captain Hall,
of tho steamship Pennsylvania, was
arrested oil n chargo of tho larcony of n
valuable bridal trousjoau, which a
young Philadelphia lady, a passenger,
had entrusted to his care for pnsjago
through tho custom house. When sho
inquired about It tho captain told her
tho rcmurkablo story of being over
hauled by tho inspectors nnd having
tlio nttlro taken from him.
Port Jauvis, May 19. At eight
o'clock last evening, a man named
Peter Ritch, employed on n canal, was
killed at Bolton Basin, two miles west
of Port Jnrvls. Ho was 9toerIng tho
boat, and when passing under a low
foot-brldgo ho neglected to remove tho
tiller of tho boat, which struck some
portion of tho bridge, which pulled tho
shabby structure to pieces, and It fell,
killing him Instantly. Ho was n Ger
man, and resided at Honesdalc, Penn
sylvania, where he loaves a wlfo and
Philadelphia, May 20. Tho Dio
ccufinn Convention of tho Protectant
Episcopal Church adjourned stiic die
this afternoon. Tho most important
net of tho Convention was their crea
tion of a now dloccso, comprising tho
flvo counties around Philadelphia, sub
ject to tho approval of the General Con
New York, May 21 Thirty soldiers
of tho sapper corps deserted in a body
from West Point on Tuesday, after
receiving their monthly pay. Thoy
wero.disgustcd at the harsh treatmcut
received from their sergeant. A re
ward of $50 each is offered by tho Gov
ernment for their capture, nnd a large
number of tho poorer class of citizens
havo Joined a fow troops in the. chase,
CincAdo, May 19. Agnng of six or
eight prisoners mado n desperate at
tempt to cscapo from tho Stato prison
nt Jollct, by running through a gate
while a team was passing. The guard
fired at them, killing two, nnd tho
balance wcro captured.
Trenton, N. J., May 120; A milk
dealer named Goorgo Freeman has beon
convicted of libel in the Mercer county
courts for publishing in tho city news
papers n statement that a rival dealor
named Easburn had sold milk from
Washington, May 23. Senator
Cameron to-day reported from commit
tco a joint resolution appropriating tho
sum of $2,000 for tho purchaso of silver
medals, to bo presented to each of tho
surviving officers and soldiers, and tho
families of such as may bo dead, of the
Pottsvillo National Light Infantry, tho
Pottsvillp Washington Artillery, tho
Beading Blnggold Artillery ,the Lewis
town Logau Guard, and the Allentown
Allen Infantry, who wero tho' first
jroops to reach this city for its defenco
on April 18, 1801;
Another Murder ik Plymouth.
A man named Edward Bugan was shot
dead, and nn other man named Will
iam Butler severely injured in a drunk
en row nt Plymouth last Sunday morn
ing'. Albany, May 2-1. A Quebec special
to tho Troy Times says a great confla
gration was raging there to-day. Over
six hundred houses were burned to tho
ground, and thousands were rendered
homeless. Tho Fenians had cut tho
wires, and no further particulars could
Rutland Vt., May 21 Thelatest
intelligence from.tho front Is that the
Fenians hnvo crossed the lino, making
a stand ai l'igeon linn, tho old head
quarters of 1860, where thoy have
raised as u, standard tho Sunburst of
Erin headed with tho stars and stripes.
Tho Tcnian Raid.
A Montfelier, Vt., dispatch says
rumors prevail there of n movement
toward tho frontier by tho Fenians. It
"says, besides, there Is positive informa
tion that two companies of Fenians
shipped from Burlington for the fron
tier yesterday afternoon, and that
another was en route from Plattsburg.
All tho doublo teams In St. Albausaud
Burlington Iiad It Is said, beeu secured.
Buffalo dispatches say that tho city Is
full of Fenians, billeted quietly on
their friends, and that largo bodies loft
there last night. Tho leaders aro very
reticent, and tho destination or design
of tho movement Is a profound secret.
Albany, May 25.-A report has boon
received, dated at St. Albans Vermont,
four p. m,, that heavy fighting lias been
going on near Franklin pinco noon, be
tween a forco under aoneral Q',Noil nnd
the Canndlan militia.
St. Albans, May 25. This place Is
ail excitement. Every train brings
fresh arrivals of Fenians j somo with
arras and some without.
bT. Alhans, May 2.5.!) a. in. Four
extra trains arrived early this morning
loaded with Fenians. Ono regiment of
about 1,100 mon dressod in green, and
armed withritles, revolvers and ugly
looKiug Knives. Thoy are fine looking
men, every ono of wliomsorved in the
late civil war. They at once left for
Reiiorts from the different Cities show
that the greatest enthusiasm prevails
among tho Fenians, and the Recruiting
Offices aro crowded with men who, as
last as they are sworn lu.aro sout is orth ,
ino utmost retlcenco is observed regard.
ing tne destination of troops.
Tho Canadians aro thoroughly nlarm
od, no preparations having been made
to ropei the invaders.
IT BCChlS that thern U rnnllv tnmn
truth In tho proposed Issue of n iIoIiiuaiI
fractional colnago to which referenco
was mauo sorao days since. Mr. Mer
cur, of Pennsylvania, fathers tlio
ositlon in a bill to provldo flfiy.twenty-
nve, aumcn cent pieces of somo mon
grel compound" to bo four-firths of thn
Silver VUlUO. It Is to bo linnerl Dm
scheino will fall. World,
BY.an act pf Assembly, passed at tho
last soaslou of tho Legislature, Orphans'
Court sales, aro now mado clear nfnii
incumbrance!. Purchasers can there
fore buy. kuowlUL' that If la ran I in r.
tallied without ilttlo trouble.
" ' Congress.
Thursday. Mav 10 Scarcolv any
thing was accomplished' in tho Senato
yesterday, A fow bllls and resolutions
wore Introduced, and then .tho Fif
teenth Amcndmont bills: The most
Important bill Introduced Is to facili
tate the transmission of Astatic, Aus
tralian nnd European mcrclmndlso to
and across tills country.
In tho House a bill was introduced
and passed tonllow discharged soldiers
and sailors to enter qunrter sections of
laud under tlio Homestead act In tho
nltcrnalo reserved sections along tlio
lino of railroads and other public works
to which lands havo beeu grunted
Tho Naval Appropriation bill was con
sidered in Commltteo of the Whole
Friday, May 20. In tho Senate,
yesterday, during tho morning hour, n
memorial from citizens of Rhode Island
was presented, asking Congress to do
away with tho property qualification
now binding upon naturalized whlto
voters, and notification was given of
tho proposed introductions, of a bill
upon tills subject.
InthoHouson resolution was intro
duced In reference to compelling Mox
lco to fulfill its treaty obligations with
this country. Among tho bills Intro
duced was ono proposing Custora-houso
facilities for tho transportation of
Asiatic, Australian and European mer
chandise across tho continent. And a
long discussion ensued upon providing
for a Resident Minister nt Rome,during
which thcro was much oxcltcuiont.
Saturday, May 21. Iu tho Senate,
yesterday, tho morning hour was taken
up with a dlscusslou of tho House reso
lution for the final adjournment, on
July 1. Tho debate resulted In tho
adoption of an amendment, by u voto
of 35 to 21, fixing Friday, July 15, ns
In tho Hoiiso various bills wero re
ported from the Naval Committee: ono,
for tho relief of tho oillcers and crow of
tho ship Nightingale, was passed, os
was also tho bill appropriating $190,000
from tho Japanese Indemnity fund for
the compensation of tho officers and
men of the hearsarge for the destruc
Hon of the Alabama. Tho amount
ulready received for bounties Is to bo
Monday, May 23. Tho Senato con
tinucd its session of Friday until 7
o'clock Saturday morning, when the
Fifteenth Amendment bill, after being
so amended, as one Senator remarked,
"as' to bo past nil recognition," was
finally passed and substituted for tho
Houso bill by a voto of 43 to 8.
In tho House, various petitions for
tlio abolition of tho national banks, and
in reforonce to tho public debt, wero
presented. Tho Louisiana contested
election case Ncwsham vs. Ryan
was again diicussed, and tho report of
tho majority, declaring tho former
elected to tho scat, was finally agreed
to by n vote of "8 to 72.
Tuesday, May 21. In tho Senato,
yesterday, the morning hour was do
voted to the discussion of tho sixteenth
section of the Fifteonth Amendment
bill. Several amendments to tho np
propriation bill wore adopted, among
them one giving tho President author
ity to sendan expedition to tho North
Pole, nnd appropriating $"100,000 to
meet the expenses.
In tho Houso considerable business
was disposed of. Among a largo num
ber of new bills introduced were tho
following: To detect and punish elec
tion frauds; and reducing tho rates of
duty on foreign imports. A motion to
suspend tho rules for tho introduction
of a bill looking to a reduction of Import
duties on sugar, tea, coffee, salt and
iron, was lost, tho vote standing 102 to
80, less than tho two thirds required.
Wednesday, May 25. In the Sen
ate, tho legislative, appropriation bill
In tho Houie, n bill for tlio reduction
of internal taxes was introduced. At
1-10 p. m. tho Houso went into com
mltteo on tho diplomatic appropriation
bill. After tho commltteo rose it was
reported to tho Houso and passed.
T-Marshal Soult, onco showing tho
pictures he stole in Spain, stopped bo
fore ono and remarked: "I valuo that
picture very much ; It saved tho lives
of two very estimable persons." An
aid-do-camp whispered in tho listener's
car: "Ho threatened to havo them both
shot Immediately unless they gavo it
TUBns-3AVAOE-On the 21st Iniit., nt Orange
vine, by Hov. A. lloutz, Mr. Jonathan C. Tubbs
of llenum, to Ming Baruh savage, of FHIiIul'
creek township, Columbia connly, I'a.
BAUTLEY nUHTAIN On tho 13th ult., by
Kev. F. Harris, of Hugheavllle, Mr Iirlttaln
Bartley, ana Mm Cora A. Iirlttaln, both of
AIITLEY-UAKEK-At the residence of Sfr,
AtrHham Behock, on the 12th lust., by A. II.
AiiBlio. Mr. Charles A. ArtloynuU Miss Char
lotte Daker, both of Muncy.
HAUEIlMAN-SNYDnK-On tha 181h ult., by
Kev. F.J. Mohr. at thaUuckhorn Hotel, Mr.
i "aeerman, to Miss Amanda E. Buyder, both
ot Lxctiauue, Montour county.
M00nu-H0I,I)Elt-On tho 20th Inst., by the
Mr. William II. Moore, of liloomiourK,
lo MUs Busan L. Holder, of Hemlock twp.
JOHNSON'-KOUMNS-At the residence of Ma
thlas Heller, on tho Hilt Inst., by Kev. Elijah.
Hillmer.Mr.Hamnel 1), Johnsonuf Jerseytown.
and Miss Amanda li, Uobblns, of Jordan, Ly.
coming county, ' '
JACOns-WILDItlCK-On tbellth Inst., at the
M. 1.. 1'ursouage, by Hev. V. II. Kiddle, Mr.
J,ab8.. "! escopeck, to Miss Emma
HEAVER CItAMEK On tho 10th Inst., at the
residence of the bride's parents, by Hev. Mr.
"Imoutou, Mr. Charles B. lleaver. of Danville,
aud MUs Carrie Cramar, of WlUlanibport, i'a.
LAYI.ON-BAHIl-Iu Muncy. on theOlh lust.,
at the house of tho brnle, by Itev. Jacob Miller.
Aspy J Laylon, of Montour Co., to Mrs. Ilcbeo
ca liarr, of Muucy,
MOSl'.Il-On the lStlilnst.ln Valley twp., Mon
tour couutv. William Irancln, ifaui iuu of
I days "e"Ur Moser.ugedK mouths and
1'9-Vii'If0u ,h? mi iP'U! lu Madison twp., Mrs.
tllztbeth.wile of Ixiuls Foulk, aged years
6 mouths and 27 days. ' "
CASE In Moomtburg, on Hnnday, May 15ih
1S70. Mrs. Hannah, wife of Thomas i Jjf Ca,"'
nireii 311 Yearn. month nnr ffi h., '
Lines on tht Death cf Jeflo HeHesry,
One more taken from our number.
One more fall'n In peaceful slumber.
One more lorn from our embrace.
We wll( at on earth behold his face.
He was a fresh and blooming (lower.
Uut ah.be withered la an hour i '
Ho young he bad to lace tho foe.
llu( young or old we all must go.
You watched him In his gentle youth.
Oft taught blm words of loving truth :
Hut soon around his dying bed,
l'areots, sisters, brother all were led.
He has left this world of toll and sin
A better world to enter In,
Aud there 'mid angels decked In bright array .
ur Jeme'f splrltls to day.
Ah yen dear friends while you axe weeping
Ho In Jeans la sweetly sleeping.
And there his soul remains above
Whcr- all Is Joy aud peace and love
. Candidates Tor Nomination.
Tho fallowing Rontlcmon havo been mcntlonc J
for nomination to tlio overal County onicesto
bo filled by election the present year, and their
names will be presented for tne consideration of
tho Democratlo County Convention t
I. K. KRICKBAUM,
WHiLIAM APPLEM AN,
JOHN R. YOHE,
HIRAM J. REEDER,
JMST OE DEALERS
Iliprfibvcertlfv that tho following list of dealers
auce with the several nets of assembly. In nnd
for the county of Columbia, for tho year ono
luousanu cigut uunureu nnu seventy, is cor
reel to tho best of my knowledge and belief.
Saws. Jtutlness. Ctau. lAcentc,
McKelvy Nfml A Co 8loro 7 K 00
Miss A I) Webb Boolt Storo II 7 OU
1 w liariman Btoro 11 is uu
DAlleckley Bookstore 11 7 m
EPLutz DrU2 " l 7 1)0
Josenn Corrcll Store 11 7 1)0
GWCorrell Furniture Storo 13 10 00
J K Ever Btoro IJ 10 00
I.KWhary Tin Shop 11 7 00
J K Glrtou Storo It 7 00
A M lllltxirt TlnttllOD 11 7 uo
Moyer Bros Drug Storo II 7 OS)
WIdmerer A Jacoby Confectionery 11 7 10
Fox A Webb " 11 7 00
B II Miller A Son Store 12 12 OT
ilobblus A Eycr " n li oo
Misses Harman Millinery 11 7 00
James Cadmau Cabinet Store 11 7 00
Miller a won more a li m
Runyan A Wnrdin Hardware Store 13 10 (XI
W 11 Brown Confectlon'y A Oroc'y 11 7 00
COMarr Storo 13 10 00
JHMntzo Grocery II 7 00
A J Evans Clothing storo li 7 no
Duvid Stroup Grocery 11 7 00
William Itabb Furniture Store 11 7 00
Ellas Mendenhall Store 11 15 00
Isulah Ilageubuch Tin Shop 11 7 00
Henry Kielm Grocery H 7 00
Charles II Houser 11 7 00
UBSeesholtz Storo 11 7 00
EJacobs couroctionery h 7 w
N J Hendcrshott Drugstore 11 7 00
H O Hower Shoo 14 7 00
M r I.nlr. storo 13 10 (0
David Lowcnberg Clothing Storo II 7 00
I'axtou A Harman Millers 10 20 00
Mrs David Brobst Confectionery 11 7 00
O A Jacobv Grocery H 7 10
Bloomsburg Iron Co Storo 7 10 00
W K Longeuberger Storo 11 7 0C
FLShuniau ' 14 7 00
Abraham Ulco H 7 00
I A II It Bower Storo 12 12 50
M Hecaboliz Tin Shop 14 7 00
Bowman A Jackson Stole 12 12 so
Miller Hughes A Co " 11 15 00
s Drugstore H 7 00
JBDodson " II 7 0J
Mrs BF Evans Milliner II 7 no
NWHlcElitr DiUntt A Stoves M 10 0.
JO Jacoby Confectionery 14 7 00
Miss Bell Hertran Milliner 11 7 oo
.I.irkson A Wooden Storu 10 20 00
UOFiea.s Miller IJ 10 00
TJI.nwnlt Grocery Jl
Win L Freas Miller 11
Peter Haymau " 1
Wm M KUnetob Storo 14
A W Eaton " (I
W M Rlshel " 11
nenlamln M'Henry Storo
II F Everett
B D Colo
Thomas B Cole
J S M'NInch IMlller
Yctter Cool Co Stnr.e
J it Hnarpiess i eons
Thomas 10 Harder
Geo Hughes & Son
B D Rlnard
M M III obst
w H Orange
I John & sous
Gilbert A Kllno
J II Seesholtz
Tin 4 Stoves
J II Knlttle
Weaver Keicheldcrfer Confectlon'y 11
Richard Thornton Store
S S Fowler & Bro
Whltmtro A Bower
J J lToaglaud
Dearaer & Uclfsnvder
John D Brennan
A li Former
Mendenhall & Bro Millers
J M Ammerman Store
Bwazy 4 Kramer '.
Bolomon Iluss "
George M Howell "
J F M'Henry "
1) A M M'Uonry "
E J A U 1' M'Henry Millers
a KEEN WOOD.
Bogart a Kramer Store
1 D Ulack '
William Kramer "
D W Masters "
Kills Eves a Bro 11
Koons 4 Leldy "
Operative Co "
Mm Hannah Henry "
John A Geo M Beagla Millers
M G a W II K hocniaker Store .
Jacob Harris "
A H Uobblns MlUer
Storo J Yeager
Yocum a Co "
Charles Fetterman "
J H Vastlue "
Campbell A Co Store
J II lietlm- Storo
Creasy A llrowu
J II Creasy "
13 10 CO
II 10 tl
13 10 10
I' II Margerum
A J Aftuucrroan
I'axtou a llurman
liarton A Co
J E Sands
Mrs M A Watson
D K SIoau
Bower a Coleman
W N Comstock
A B Stewart
R W Lyons
Hamuel A Worraan
O 8 Fowler
J l Worktaelser
Robert B Ent
J It Uordner
H W Creasy a Co
Stove A Tin Shop It
ai, jivtituua wno jnay zeei aggrieved by 1
, ciusniucauon can nave an opportunity of
appealing, by calling upon the underslguul at
his residence, in Slabtowmat any tune unUI
SSiS1a,l'Ju.,1lu.1,J"!,t.at whlck'tlnie an Ip.
peal will bo held at the Court Housa In Blooms-""S-
VAN AMBURG-H 5 GO'S
GREAT GOLDEN MENAGERIE
WlXili EXHIBIT .A.T
Berwick, Jund 2d, nt BLOOMSBUltO, Juno 3d, nt .Dnnville,
Juno A, iiftcrnoon nnd evening, with n
LIVING LION LOOSE in tho STREET UN0HAINED.
And unblrct to no rctrA'M hMPTf r, JXr r wlltcllful
9) 9 of of Iila keeper, mouutcrt on llio very umtnlt oi
Tho Groat Goldon Oar of EcyDt,
cuiicc auoluielr unci)ualra In tlio worlJ, ciccptuy
TTIi ch for genre-Mi ursndfnr lui.1 msirninef rice Is " n
narsllelH In nr countrj on Urn faro e r,trJx.uS!lnSi AI
tc i wpil here to ttato las corrcctncti of wlilcli It ucronu uu
Tho Vans, "Dona & Cages
Pflonclni to Hi. Orf t flokltn Mensgofle fre con'trnctjil anil
-I In point ot .Killing l.rllllancr ail anlsllo elocution nnr
thlnir the n-orM ever dresmril of. On tlio slilei ami cnils oftM
Ings sclectod from drilcns I" that worM-irnownf J 1 wIMan
Artlit, Uustav Pore, and are faithful copies ct hl Incompara
ble ILLUSTRATION OF THE HOLY BIBLE!
Tl ll exMMtlon bring pnl-rlr foolojlf al, can anil dje, f J!
rtry rtpimrtmcnt conducted on a Hrlrtlv moral prlnrlr-lr, ana
I, iinfinnilousbly tlio grandest clluMtton of any ago or
THE LARGEST AND BEST
tnnooltiernli Milan In America, and prol aMy not In Ihe
known lrorlil, can there lie found o T;t a Tarlrtyor wonderrul
snlmaH as thoio owned by this great Menagerie Com pany
More African Elcpliauts than any ctffir cxMUtlon in
Move Tuo Untuned Camels Uin nnyctlicr ciWWtlonln
Blnrr Pnernl Cnttlo from India than any cUicr eibftltion
llils tide of the Atlantic.
More MniaTanibal.lonstlitnanyctlicr eiblbltlon on this
MorrMntnmolb Antelopes than any oth'er csldblllon la
More Aiiatrnllan Kantrarees than any other exhibition
outside of Australia.
More A fi-lcnn Zebras than any other exhibition In the 5,'cw
More African SpTlng nocks (ban any other exhibition ever
in any country ou the globe.
Moro Month African lliijker Bocks than any ether ex-
blblllon lu the kuon a v orld.
More C'npe Canuas linn any other exhibition In North
1 our space I" ' w rnlitbt mention many other animals
this cfeat ilen.certa Compaay have greater numbers of
any cither exhibition In existence In the law Yl0',1?.-,'!
iphallcally the most colossal exhibition cf the MactccnUi .
lieniphallcally Uic most colossal exhibition cf the nineteenth.
THE ONLY COMPLETE MENAGERIE ON THIS CONTINENT.
TO the Oreat Oolden Menej-rl A ri'LI, CAnno nF I.IVIXO
ANIMALS trousht by the Apent of tho (Ircat Mcnnjrcrle Com.
fiany direct from Aft lea, coUEl.tln; tf many arlinal neicrbc
oro siien on this continent, boiua of the arktlea vare ncrer
ou exhibition la any Menagerie la theVnown world, and are
entirely sew to naturalist, bavins; recently been dlicovercd In
tha Yery heart of uninhabitable CentraLA frlca by tha ARent of
this Oreat llenaxetle Company while acconipiioytng Ilr.l.tv
lnxstone on his reccu tour ut discovery throuzhluatunhOBpll.
Kemcmbcr they ara to be seen only la the Great Golden Ms
nascrto. A LIVING BLACK RHINOCEROS,
THE OREAT AFRICAN ELAND,
tS Tho Only WHITE
A WlilTiS TAltTAUY YAlt.
A ROCKY MOUNTAIN MOOSE,
TWO HUMPED BACTRIAN CAMEL.
THE RED STAG OF INDIA,
GREAT AFRICAN HARTEBESTE
CAZEMBIAN BLEBS BOOK,
THE KAFFRARIAN IMPOON
GREAT BARBARY AOUDAD,
Ttlier wltll A FULL CARGO OF Tlin HOST T.TTE OP..
UIXAl'.V AMMA1.H known to Katnrallsti, TO III; tfllEN
W1T1IOUX UXTltA CIlAittil!.
"OTIOE TO CONTRACTORS.
rroprrala will borccelvol by tlio School Direc
tors of tlio UorouKhof l'lymoiuli.l.uzornc county.
Pa, for tlio erection or TWO 1IHICK SCHiiOU
HOUSES, it by M feet, two stories high, l'l.tns
nnd siiociticatlons can be seen nt Turner llros',
Ktore. Muln Street, Plymouth, until June 1st.
Tho directors reserve Hie right to reject nil or
any bids not deemed advnutnircous to tlio tax
payers of the borough. All proposals must be
ocu.cu nu tiiuuibru "iToposnis ior creeling two
ucliool Houses In llio lioroush of Plymouth, Lu.
zerno county, im."
ti'RA:s'K TUnNEIl, rrcsijent.
II. W. FUESCW.HecrcUry.
Plymouth, May 17, 16"0-St.
,y.i'ien?etHVFa W(;uld respectfully inform
the citizens of liloonisburg nnd vicinity that he
has located In their midst lor the purpose of lol
lowing his profession ns a teacher of music. I-'or
a number nf years he lias hcon located in llroofc
lyn.N, i.,but continued lll-hcnlihnudeacoun-try
resbteuco desirable. Ho will teach scholars
at their homos, or lu i-lusu-a.iui they mav prefer,
at moderate rales. '
feHraTthsonlw.U0rln0tlc0- A" mi" CttU b6
.ti ,i". "peciiuiiy (,o Icltn sliaro of the
public patronage, i. v viLiis
UlooilibburB. May 17, 1870-lf " 1
Shaking nntl I3uming, ,
It is not necessary to Journey from tho iropk-s
to Alaska lu order to ospcilouco the extremes of
hent and cold. Thousands undergo all ino in
conveniences of tills thermometrleal chunae
every day, or every other day.aslho cuomny
be, without tho trouble 01 inuvlug over Ihe
threshold, A word with ihtsa lnoluuUiry snuk.
ers. Wliat uro they dolus to expedite thulr re
turn tq a medium teiuporutuiuf lu break llio
chills uud baulsh tile lever t Aro they dmlna
themselves with quinine, thereby imperllm
the soundness of thtlr bones au l Impilring the
Vigor of their braliiHnn.l n... L
of them nie.no doubt, but uot the maj ,rlty of
thcm.lt Is believed. The ulue 01 llB.telter's
Stomach WUera ta n harmless audcerldu spo.
ClllCfor fever nnd m-un lu ,t,,.i. 1
elated lii nil parts of the country where Inter.
.u.,.om pruvau. i no residents of such localities
begin lo take It early In tlx ainiugni uprotcc.
lion ag il nit tn mlmmii by which Ihey oro stir
roundidj not all of tlictn, perhaps, for a blind
adhereuio loeirorls the specialty of somo po
pic, but tuo greater number,
' any flaw fact In therapeutics, It is
this I that thu lllllora urn n f ,-I, ,i..- ...
against all the varieties ol periodlo maladies
pruuuecu uy iinwnoiesomoexliulatious than uuy
drug or compound lu the mateiia midiot ot tho
profeshlon, This assertion is made with nil due
respect to the facultv. hut. i.fi.. 1.
truth, and ono that nearly coucerns tho health
v. i.is. .ciiiunara in various parts of the
country, and ludicd of the public at laigo.lt is
mado fearlcibly, rounded on ample and uultn.
penehablo tcttlmOuy, It dcIUs dUpioval.
To Lrcak 1111 chin
... ' , to nvii us 10
prevent them, there la n,,ii.i,. L - ...
- ... ' iu IIS
this wh olesomo vcgetablo rcstornllve.
A R01I STJtEET
A -!miE-tH? iE.l?.w,,n.,.mt" "tm 1-lIII.AnFLVJIIA.
th. KcW Hiyies of """" "
ii.fju.Hna 1111 oil
m Arch Nt, i'Tuhtdelphui.
SHOW ON THIS CONTINENT,
ZEBRA oyer Oapturocl,
piRST ANNUAL STATEMENT
OK THE POOIl WbTniCT OK CONVNGIIAM
TV, P. AND t'HSTHALIA IlOUOUail.
WILLIAM GOODMAN Trcas.
fo anionul fi om Duplicator $9 915
' ' received of Mrs.
D. T. McKlcrnnll 00 00
ToniutKCdlioui talcofcolt 110 CJ
Hy orders redeemed 810.72:1 M
' commission s:o.7J;i sa a
-Percent. su 45 10,037 63
Liabilities 608 33
n iiiornton 297 12
Wm. Uoodiunn io m JM8 S3
PATIUL'ICKILLLEN J Poor House
Dlicctorsof Ihe Poor House of Cenlrnlia Bor
ouah and Cons-ugliam Township In account
with poor of said District.
To amount from duplicates
and other sources 810 19 ID
To balance of It. Thornton 297
' W. (loodmun VIU Ul 618 S3
Clt ltW W
lly umount raid nsylum ' ay 4i
lly debt of old uu-im-ra 5,31 ".1
lly iiiiiouut paid ou farm -
aud stock "OOOOO
By niuoaut paid uu contract '
of uddltlon to I.or lioiisu is 00
lly umount palddebiof over.
seers of Centralis borough 63 25
lly umount paid sundry rx-
peust-s lor conducting cor-
poiutlou lor li.,ti uud ls70 2,ci-i 80 gin 037 no
Examined mid ccrtltWd,
t .(.. MUIII'IIV 1
JOHN P. II -NNON.
Ileal en tto with icceul liuprutrnuuta.
i'arm allied ul ri(l (0
liiiirovi'iui.uis Bui iii
I'lllUMHM i S
Kunn 11 on.iiH -im n
llay, grain aml.fodder mi S
Manure J. ,
Ilalanco duo on tarm
, " , " " stuck pur
chased wllh farm '
Lalanco dueon Ihelmprove-
t-."vo 111 invor uis'rict
VMUUIHIMAN,'. . of
IKKILLCKN, j Poor lb
?. ejpartnershl n heretolnro existing between
W, 11. Kouns und II. J. Llarlt w iui this day, dls.
llloouisburg, Muy 7,I0-3t. II. J.t'LAHK.
xtfl "10 underslgncil.hereby certify that James
lar ua we i have any knowledge, of the theft of
-.v. .auuit.-s.ae., which uriicica Welti recently
Stole n Iroin us. There Is no proof that ho was lu
uuy uuiuucv Implicated, wiu
Uloom-bunr, May 13, iw"' lm"tLt
dec'il., have been grnll by lh ! jfflSJf "itr'
county, to Kllxabetti Yost n,u 1 TCf'f'MsiiH
IKusf township ColuinblS'codm'v ' 8"" M
persoin hnvlK claims or demnmu V'1' All
decedent nro requested toinaknibi,l'"l,,l't toa
those indebted lonialte Pnymciit kuowMj
thoprnjerof the Petitioners will Ki),)
cotdlnu in llio net or .issomb y TBS eJ"
mado and imivided. ' 11 K"ch ca
A UniTOR'8 NOTICE,
Prior Lutr. decenad, will 1 i""t i5ct'.ut"r f
liitercst.l, roi- tho Purpo,ei f h U . Jmr.nt
mciil, on Monday the l.lil dav iW
next, nt ,0 o'clock A. M , ,i0' J"a
..r 11 11 iirn..i..P.,.. ... .at the nnu.
county. AI i-nr h-SlmercX "i"S. In . utS
tend, or bo debarred fiom coniliiL. i,I. sllcl 14
ll.i-vulil fiinil. l""""8hiioiaiari
of the said fund.
C II. mtOUKWAY,
Wllerwlckdnrette please copy.
A DMINJSTItATOIt'S NmciT
XV K3TATK OF ritEnUHlCK HAUTMAV ui
l.eHer nr Admluistrailon m, T ii,o'?.';I',tt,'
i;rederlck lInrttnau,Hr.,latoofKlsh ugcreffij?
Columbia county dee'd., have bwu SfS,1,;'?''
the KcKl.iler of said county to I. K. KriAV b'
of Ileuton trp. Columhtn cuiiily h.''bn,
linviuR cla lm ngulnat IhS SRr ll" uKS
ate lemiestid to pretcnt then 1 for Ll,u ?nx
and thAw ln.lebt,!d to th . estate to mikTl"1'
inent u the undersigned . n.lmlDl"trniorl!E'
out delay. 1, , KltK'Kii i'w'"1-
naylX70-8w. ' a",.
J. 1m FIltST ASD TINAb ACCOUNT or V .
JACKSON, K&Q.. ASSIU.NKK OK PlirKn M S-nTr?,'. 1
'llio undersigned appointed bj
Com won Pleas of . ofiimbla comity Aiidit
make diRiribulion nmoug creilltoia r IS. ! V1
mice In llio hands of M. l; Sii r "?'"
siguee ot Peter M. Traugh, u II I nn-et ,'l. 'l"
iniereated fur tho purpo'u or I 1 itfrwi IS1!
tho olllco of M. K. Jnctson In llerS iffi iffis?'
coiinty.on Friday, Jnno lOili. ifcoVatVA K
nt hi olllco in llloonisbiirg, Pa . on if;;,fld
Jitno llth IS70, at 10 A. M. Xi tm I ft, f$&
id or having claims iigalmt tne said R 2?
ma,13'70-liv. C " m"K
-l)eru-ick Oazctto please copy. AJU111"-
A UiMJNISTKATOIt'S NOTICE
Xi. ESI AIK OF 1SAI1EI.LA JIAi-ON, ,ri,'
Letters .if ntlmln sirntlon on the cstafe ot
Isabella Mason Into of Kali brook ii.
Tiotta counly, deceased, have b.tn H.'ntiS1
by the llcglMir of bald county to CbaVkf -w
Miller of Illoom township, Columbia eotratr
All persons having claims ng.ilnst ihe estate ot
tho decedent aro refiue-ted lo present them rni
settlement, nnd those Indebted to IhoiaintViS
mnltq payment to Ihe undersigned mlmlnlstri.
tor without delay. c. W. MIu.tR
"X UJIINlSTirATOns' NOTIfJl?
XI KSTATK OK JATOIl ItAlllI.KV, lllc'll
Letters of nd.nlnlKtratlnn on thecstutenl Jg.
cob Hartley, Into of I-'rauklln twp., 1 olurabla eo.
Uc'd., bae been prnnted by thn Hi itlslernfsaU
countj-, to John llaiilcy and I lirMmu Ilariler
of I-'Miiklln Innnsblp. Columbia ctiiity 1
All persons having claims ordcnumdi aralnst
the decedent 1110 1 o.iiusted to make them known
aud those indebted to Innko piijint-n', '
.1 UN HAllll.I.Y,
CHIIISIIaN ii. iiti.lt.
)MINI-TIlAT01f.s NO'i UX.
1 AT. 01 CA r , A 11 1 N K. O I.A 11 1 1 A l.T 111 c D.
la-t'.rs nt admiiilstinti n 011 11.1 e.u.e of
CutLuririeCi.ailiHlt, h.te nfMltlnotownslilpCo
Uimbla c. linly, deceased. hu befii gntaltdbr
the ILptstei ol said c.unlj to Mep! en (ienibart
lesldu-K In tho towusnlpund c.uii.y ufir.sali.
All leis-rs J-uv'ck claims I'l-'iinl 1 lie esiaiecr
Ihe .li .'.dim ate l..U.sttd In plesri.t ll.tui rur
s. Hlin. tut, 1111.1 th.su inmliiiU to ihuiaiateto
u iiKr xj mi nl to tho uud. is.gnul, aijiuliiMra
tor, without delay.
A Mil NIS'l'RATO It'S NOTJIT
X- estatu os- walii.Ii MasoK, nri'i).
I.(tt.-l m hduiliiMiatlon, 'r trtoj nnu cum
Icktainnito auntxo, .n ibo stnie or Whiivr
Miu-on uno 01 111. 0111 tnumiitp, Columiita
county, tleccus. d, navo been grriiiieitbyir,ell-l-tt
r ol said .-iiuuty. to U, W. Miller ofWoonu
buiK. All u-rsmis hnvliig emliii-, nfalnst the
estntoof sutddit-cdontMre KQiiistea to present
litem frtrfaettl.-meiit.nnft thoseln.tebt.-d tumnKe
1 ii) mint to Ibo uudcislgncd, wilhuut di lay.
C. W illl.Ll.ll.
.,.- .... Adiniiiisiraior.
npr '.0-6t.J tie ewifs non cum Ifatuwentoannno
H.STATK OK WM. b IlEITU.ltKK, DSC 0.
Lelterb of ndmlnls.iullou on ihdtsia'eoiWm.
L. Dletterlcle late .)f Ccntro township, Colombia
count j-, dc.-'.t huvebeen srranied by the Heeister
01 said couutv toKlephrii lio.ttcrlrk rraldmiln
tho township and couut'afur--salil. All larsons
having clnlu.s against the estate nf the. leredmt
are requested lu present them for settlement,
and those Indebted to iho estate to mase pur
mcnt to tho uudersUnt'd. ailriiiiiistiator.MlilioQt
dch. STEPHEN DlKTl'H'.lt'K,
ESTATE 01- JOHN TltAUU, DFC'.
Letters ornuministralioti on theesbileof John
Trnub.lateof Cntawlisn twp., Columbia cottntr.
dec'd.liavo been granted by the IteglMcr of mi
county to Augustus Tiaub residing in Hie tap.
nnd county alorcsald. AH persons ba lug claims
against Ihe estate of the dectdeut are requested
lo prescut them for settlement, uud those In
debted to the estato to make pnyuieut to tbeun
dcrslgued, administrator, wli bout delay
BSTATK OF J1EXKY KINGSDUltY, DEC'D,
Letters testamentary on the estato of Henry
Klusbury. lnlo of Ileuton township. Columbia
county, deo'd, have been granted by the UteMet
of said county to Elijah Fullmer of Pine Wj
Col. co.. Pa. All persons having claims aeaimt
the estate are requested to present them tawg
Executor In Columbia countj-. Thoso Indebted
to the estato either on note. Judgment, mortgage
or book account will make payment lo tfie
ccutor without delay.
O T I O E .
All llOrsnnu ttnftn-lni. Ilir-mcrlvrK tube lUlltW-
cd to the Esiato of Jacob Eyer, deceased, are
hereby notlned to settle their accounts at enee,
otherwise they will be collected according t
law. s. II. MILLr.lt,
llloomsburg, May 0, 1870-tf AdruinUiraior
"OTICE TO TAXPAYEItS.
Thcro will bo n meeting of Ihe Town rctinfll
of llloomsburg, on Tuesday May 21th next at"
o'clock A. M. lu the Grand Jury room of
Court House, for the purpose of bearing l P"
from such persons as detm themselves errone
ously classified In Iho Assessment List'. '"J
Interested will take notice nudattenJ Iftn'f
lly Order of Iho Council. F. COOLE1.
, llloomsburg, JIuy 13, 1870-2t, t-ecKtary.
lly virtue of a writ of Venditioni I'xpoMs. Is
sued out or tho Court of Common )' ',!u'5'V!r
uinblu county and to mo dlrcttid will '""PSfT
ed lo sale by public vendue or ontery a i "
Court House in UJoomsbuig. nt WoVlotk 'nu;
Ion n.ioii m Saturday, Juno "lb. 170. IU' M10""
lug leal estate, town. , ...
All def u..nnl' rUhl, title und lii'' ?$
claim of, in mid io n certain inutor Pf'
land HlimiH in Montour touiiMdp.ltuniled
Hie norih by William lai-r, ou the if
auulh by Miy.ler.fiUd 1,111110 b Heoriuo.
i.mtalnlug twiuij -eight ui'rcs,niiuu.,rl,"
lug Ihesiimo laud toiinctll onucl by mei
Dr. Job' Iti.msiy. k ,,,
iz.d.iakin lu execution and to bewiid s
thoprujeriy ol Julius II. llnmsc .
luuj li'70-nW, BUeriu.
U 11 Ii I (J H A li E
V ALU ABLE It 13 V I. ESTATE!
lullowliiBdiscilbcd Una Estate, to win
A EOT OF GROUND,
situate on Ulllntrlnthatnwnnf Onustvug
and ndjnlulng lot of rUruuel Zuinni-ri" if '
""iiuua io, 01 yiiiiutu e-l-uujit-i .
whereon mo erecl a two stor ,,
I'EANK DWELLING IIOU&l,
nfrumo stable And onlbulldliigs. wllh Wtj'J,
of f iidt irecs of various kinds i Vem,BVbuo
about sixty lei Lund lud.plh about oneuu
died feet, '
, -S-TK5is.-Tenty per cent, of the ; I""
innlii..- ,nt. ...1.1 .... .-ilrlncntl lueK11.1:.
crty ! nnd Ihe baluuco April 1st, 1H. wff," fir
vnusi-r 10 paj' iui conveyance anu s..-r-
At tho same time and place, an
I eisoual properly conslatlng nf beit,
stove, bureau, chest, c. o. . Terms cjsIk
may2u70-lw. Lv MID VU,,
The undersigned would rispectf ul'y
publlo that they are prepared to Put"J ' uiest
most substantial and cheapest luauner.iue'ut
and most Improved patterns of Iron '!?,ierle'
hpusiK, and In grdve yards and fe.m'n, de
Tbelr beauty and permanence make '"n'r,ur
adoplid, 1 or particulars i ornlj to el'-TOS
A KINDS OF JOB PWNgi2
JSL neatly executed at Tua O0I.OiI -
TNX01U,OIUTION.--)TiT,. . -.L
IJ giv.11 thalcn th. 2nd day ,,, r ,,f "
sundry inhabitants of the ciuni v J,, 'W.
presented n pelitlou to the Court ...'.."'"mMa
Picas of Ooiumbl.i county.priiylriir ih , . L,"'nmra
lo Krnntn Chnrter of lii,-!ir, wrv, , , i i1, l0"e
name, Ml lo nnd mio of i,fl Mni,,1 ."'i'W Ihe
mid prlvilt-tM ihcreln Mntod, and I u Sfn!'?1"
came I. shown to th 1 contriiryii , M..ffmtfcni
of next term (I 10 nnii rinv .T? l,..'.t.i-u rlt dar