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THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA
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person who took from m, n short
. 4 lift fr a ifnx li.lliiH I ill fill 1 MTU
fa joko U Juis been Kept ions
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Inll. n SDlonilid Blblo Is. to .bo
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t number 01 voicj.
townanirtn Henry Zupplnger
r iinnit known asti most oxcollon t
nun on American Lovers, J3ng-
vers, iJctacneu covers, Aiicuora
1 ninnfnrira iwun ft Mast na An
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of a isncnmitioait iieram.a wcu
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..l.tjmit iiciIIq firai. immlinra tirntii-
1 command patronage ami circu
it is edited with life, nud splco
tilali If t-1 i onioa
t fniiow it. Ill lm n Uif'Ui'.
iV.HtTnl tltla rttmilnfT nr. tnn Ifnil
P inSlllUlL. UIU lUUL'L'l.'U'S IU UU Ull
to Iiiu urniuguiuuiiiv mm uumru
of tlio Normal School Library,
f mrn titlll I r it I rrri ntlnti.l.
Tiii:m I Thoso Hay Itakosmmlo
W. Sample & Co. They aro tho very
n tlio market. Our farmers should
i-ommend an urucio umess inoy
it Is goon.
our notlco last week of tho Singer
thousand. Tliw company now
I., ll.n iimfl
3ivi:s3 men should not send out a
S". l.tll ..till. nut
ln"3 upon tliem. much neauings
excellent advertisements, anu cost
Sllgnt anvanueuu uiu jmim juipur.
ro prepareu iu iimiim duvh oui
ry at prices considerably reduced,
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Tit. I TIa n T.'minn.V.n nil I 1 lm
civo an exhibition in tuo Academy
b T . S-1l.....Kiirt sin tfs,1 .s
"i rm.H.n.lnu 1 n n-a Iiuk. Jlmt
'i 1 n.t,1. iitlll lm I,.
IlUPvU U 11111 ilUlttUIlW tr'it ah
WiiATnvmi votido. do It wllllncly.
A boy wlio Is wld)pcd nt scliool nover
lcnrns lild lesion well. A man who Is
compelled (o work aucs not how Imdly
u h iicriormoa. no who imus on 1113
font nhrnrfiillv. strllH til) hh slooves in
earnest, nnd slug wlillo ho works Is tho
man lor me.
It' tho L'ovcrnmenl spends no millions
for less worthy objects than that of ncn-
Bionlnc the veterans of 1812, nobody
win complain. Tlio bill to pension tho
heroes 01 that war will require an ox-
cmllturo of $2,000,000 per annum. It
s a matter of slum o lustleo nnd lmiild
not bo permitted to fall in tho Senate.
U. S. IXTOIN'AI ltEVKSUK. 11. 1'.
ortnor. Uoimtv CollpRtnr mth District
rIvos notlco that tho persons assessed
for Kxclso Taxes lu tho county of Co-
lumuin. win maKo payment as ioiiows:
Uerwlck, on Saturday, JunoSoth nt tho
Hotel of Uen. Williams; llloomsburi?,
SlonUuy nud Tuesday, Juno 27th nnd
28th, at tho hotel of John Lcnunck;
Catawissa.Juno 29th and aoth.ntCollec
tor's ofllco ; Contralla, July fitb. Thoso
ncKlcctliifT or refusing to pay nt tho
11110 nppointcu, win uecomo liaiiio 10
pay tho penalties Imposed by law.
KOMN'AIIUMSM. A fnV nvnnlnir
slnco n littlo daughter of 0110 of our fcl-
low-iownsmcn, who is addicted to Bleep
walUinir. was discovered cllnclntr to tho
elll of 0110 of tlio second story windows,
nor uouy on 1110 outsiuo anu 111 immi
nent danger of falling to tho ground be
low. Tlio hired girl discovered tho
hud and Immediately shrieked alnud
for help. Tho father of tho littlo som
nabullstcauio to tho rescue and fmc.vd
ed In oxlricatlng her from her peri: 1 1
position. u woman.
l'r.WK. Wo wero n witness tlio' ni h-
er day of a romarkablolnslancoof co ir-
ago displayed by n lion I A neighbor of
ours nan 11 matronly cnicKon witu n
nroou 01 a (lozL'U nun a nan 01 weu
ones, who wero picking and peeking
uiiout alter too manner 01 mow 1u.1t n
ered bipeds, when suddenly a huge rut
uarieil irom nil adjacent, uonru pne, unu
seizing 0110 of tho chicks, turned lo
carry off bis prizo. His movemu'it.s
wore rapid, but not enough so for hU
own safety ; tho quick cyo of tho moth,
or saw tho foul deed (no Joko on tbi
lowl) and witu rumen plum.i'n
pounced upon tno marauder, ho neive
was Jiur uttacic that but a moment
elapsed beforo tho discomfited rat -cliickcnlcss
and covered with blood
was I'lad to cscano from tlio beak 1111 I
claws of tho infuriated hen and seiU n
place of refuge. Tlio chick was found
to bouninlmed beyond tho loss of a few
feathers. Tho hen Is nartl v irame. wh ich
nccounts for tlio intrepidity displayed
inTA tv. r r iiiu iiiiuiuiuiiuii til
brvcomnanies unuerour atnto law
bearing on tno subject. Tiicy are
IIIII.TIIII llllll lUIll Lll V . Lll.LL till Jl.lU
tho snaco to do so. Any ono uesir
information, howovcr,on any point
it'll liV It II XI ISIllllilU. A. 1113 It II
r. I III) 11(1 V tallllUU L1UIL IIIU
Uil iiwuu i 1 j -4 vuli (.11 run
dixii lino uuiicuuuii uuitiusu umiuai.
L'cnmothatis committed Is saddled
HRtJorman iteiormeu uonirrormtion
Blooinsburcr de&ervo public notlco
their praise-worthy efforts to render
aL Iteccntly they nurchascd a now
1.11.. t p. T ...in.
tnts lias with much sulf-den al un
rrt inr 1 mr, noniiiiiiii iinwor ni inn
man sou musiuiu uuvuuuu. vii
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Ksny, "was oidy organized somo two
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Odd rellowfchip, havo they mado 60
1 iiv 71 I'm. tiinii. 1111 viii ri. 11
tnnnnntiH lltr.l.nVLM llnctrit.
. S. A littlo later reflection Induce;
ts tliiuk that tho Doctor being n Ktul
1 tinn'T i"irn 11 . ir lr i nit i ,i nisi 1 1 n
iiiiiiwn vvitia-iiiitAiiu.. J.11U iw
v. at Jispy on uaturuny last was
itni'sT wt nvnr kh v i n i n i i rnini v.
iroec&sion. win tbn 1.1011. women
au. iu 1111:11 11111 111 1'ivi 111111111 ni 11111
IlIilL'l lllL'CIlL IIIIIIH. Ill III I1ULW1L1I
midriff II. r-i.nl nin.i.l.. 4I.In
cnouLih and to snare. Concord.
uu I'VPr. nil' titr in t lin QhnffnrniQ rt 1 ho
tn lUnnrntKow. Hi. .,,1 r...itCIl.n.1 vmal.
GhM) Ojilkiiuation'. Tho follow-
" lirVrntvitiin ikiiu iwlnntnil luf t in
ii in itt fn nt a ! nrrntiinii iu tii r ill)
die : Tho jiring of a national &aluto of
io imnurcu kuus, ac sunrise, uy iuo
Pfrtnlrlii Ttinfncnnni.il !nfiiiliniiTna sin -
44 IIIU IU1 V. 41UI71I UlbllUII il0 Ol
instho lifo of Captnin Smith," will bo
ntlfincn In Indian costume. At ono
dock tho iirocesslon, composed of
,'lc fcceleties and citizens, will form
1 march to Mcgargell's Grove, whero
orv tion will bo delivered by lion. C.
litick Slew, after which tbeio will bo
.triirno tlol and Vocal Music bv tho
angovlllo Brass Hand, and Juveiiilo
WClUb, th "J iuiur L-utuiiuauu ui
ltiuiis, In tlio evening a
ami display of i'tro Works, under tlio
inagement of experienced persons,
ie public gcnern.'ly nro respectfully
By Order CommUU'o of Armugo
J. Ii. IIAJtMAN.
U. Connku. Clmlnnau
PEU'.CTIONS 01'" KKWSl'ArJJHB. Most
Frinln tl.t.l- 41i.i cnlnnHdti nf RllllllhlO
""ii Jul iiiu. ill; oi'.iwi. ii.u --
t of tho business. How great an er
Ur. 'V. lr.nl- r.irrti. n.wl flT)l fill ft I1I1U
'Irtd tsclmiigo papers, from which to
,, A map of luuy lifo,
-II? Huctmitlons nnd It vast concenii."
It Is my purposo to detail tlio move
ments of tho different Corps In this
ovcntful campaign only so far as may
bo necessary to understand our own
Hooker determined to attack Leo on
his loft flank. It is true this was pro
tected by tho llappnhiinnock and Itapl-
dan ltlvers, us wellas by tho "Wilder
ness," but it seemed moro fcaslblo than
n direct nttack, and would havo tho
effect of drawing our opponent from
Tho movement began Monday, April
th, (1S03 by tlio Fifth, Kloventh and
Twelfth Corps moving lo Kelly's Vo.
somo twenty-seven miles above
which they reached on tho 23th. This
was crossed without difficulty, 03 well
ns tho Ivapldan, nnd tho tlirco Corps cs
tabllshod their position nt Chancellors-
had been dealt us by Stonewall Jnck
son's Corps, which, by marching lo our
cxtrcmo right had doubled up and thor
oughly routed UioKlovonth Corps, cap
turing thousands of prisoners, nnd somo
twenty pieces or artillery. Battery nf
tor battery was sent in to check llio ad
vancing tldo but thoy could only opor
nto at short range, nnd wero lllcrully
used up. Lepplno's Uattory of our
Corps,lost lu thirty mtnulos,oul of four
ofllcersouo killed and two wounded,
besides forty mm and us many horses.
Soveral of his limbers were exploded
and tho Infantry wore obliged to drag
tho guns from tho field. In fact, whllo
tho proportion of artillery to Infantry
lu tho Corps was as ono lo twelve, their
loss was one-third of tho total. Tho
rear of tho army was clogged with de
serters, and tho remnants of regiments
that bad been broken during the day.
Aitoxa tho Northern arrivals slnco
our last aro rerr.v John and wife, from
Dear (Jan. I'a.. and lion. James Kesler
vlllo, which, by tho way consisted of 11,m U'ttawissa, rn.nowi unrouman
but n single hous:
Two Childhkx Kir.i.r.i) isy a Hat
A fow days since, n Mrs. Smith, ro
siding In A'nn Huron street. East Urook
ivn. was attracted uv tno screams oi nor
child, which sho had left asleep in one
of tho upper rooms of tho house. As
sho entered tho room a largo rat sprang
irom tlio cranio and mauo its escape,
and Mrs. Smith discovered that tho
child's letr was crnsidcr.iblv mutilated
A physician was called in but tho
wind slcKcueu ami died in a lew uays.
Mrs. smith had taken a poor woman to
live with her, who had a child about
tno satno age or a littlo oiacr tuan tuc
ono sho lost. Tills woman left her child
asleep for a short tlmo In tho room sho
occupied, anu was aiarmcu tno otner
morning by hearing it scream. On
hastening to it sho found that tho rat,
which was just mamng its eoeape, nan
bitten tlio child severely in tlio neck.
sovcring some of tho chords. This child,
liko tho other, immediately tool: sicn
Tin; iVcss. in urging its nart.v to so
lect ii better class of representatives,
'i.eaving asuio otner considerations.
wo should bo pleased to sco tho good
men of both parties devoto their ener
gies to securing delegatus of reputable
character nnd l'reo from all suspicion of
connection witu ring-, cliques or com
binations oi any Kind. iiiai point
allied, tho rest win follow. Ann tins
is equally tho duty of men of both par
ties. In any district which tho Democ
racy will carry, it is tlio interest of all
respectablo citizens that tho Democratic
nominations bo oi tno nesi cnaractcr,
who, lor instance, in nil l'onnsyivnnin,
will not thank the Democratic party
for sending to tlio Legislature of the
Stato Mr. IHickalow, instead of somo
uinn of the usual character of their
In tho sanio article it makes a com
plimentary allusion to our Hepresenta
tlvo. Oeoriro Scott, and clussos him
among tho fow honest mid incorruptiblo
members oi tlio into l-iegisuuiire. to
btmbia coiini always semis yooil men lo
Tun Your. MuitDnu, On last Tues
day morning, nt a o'clock, tho young
man. Jefferson P. P. Yolio, who wuh
shot and robbed on Friday morning of
last week, died irom tno enects oi ins
wound. An inquest was hold on tlio
body tho sumo morning, liy Deputy
Coroner, James Love, of Glravdvillo,
and a post mortem examination mado
by urs. Jteagan, kiiuuz, ami iiooko,
when It was lound that tlio ball passing
in nt tho sldo of tho neck had htruek
tho spinal column, but wl-iothcr it had
gono up Into tho baso of tlio brain or
down inli. tho spinal column, tho pliy
sicinns could not determine, as it would
take so much dissection tnnt uio oouy
could not havo been afterwards remov
ed conveniently. A verdict was ren
dered by tho Jury iu accordance with
tno nicts. tho bony was removed u
Milllinvillo, Monday, and buried from
his father's residencn on Wednesday.
Part of tho time. Yoliocouid converse
and was quite fccnsible. and ho describ
ed to Mr. Herring and ills father tho
nppearnnco or tno men who committed
tlio deed. Tho man who asked him to
ride and then shot him, was of medium
sizo, had a mustacho and woro a black
cap nnd coat, nnd light pants j the other
wlio rusiieu out oi tno woous ami rou
bed him, woro light clothing.
As far wo can learn, no tracohas been
found of tho murderors. Mr. Peter
Creger, of tho Coal Police, tried to trace
them on tho Catawifesa road, but if thoy
escaped that way, thoy lolt no trucks
boiinid. menumioaii Jicraiu,
Tlio Second Corps,
In tho nicuntlmo took up a position nt
United States Ford so as to maintain a
communication betweon tho two wings
of tho nrmy, and on Thu3day evening
Joined tlio other three Corps, thus
throwing in I.co'b rear, without lossiO,
ooii men. Hooker tho samo evening
in.ido his head-quarters nt Chancellors
ville. So elated w.v? ho with tho success
of tho movements up to this time that
Issued n bombastic order, in tho l'opo
style, In which ho stated that "tho op
(rations of tlio last threo days havo do
tcrmhicd that our enemy must cither
inglorlnusly lly or come out from behind
his defences and givo us bntllo on our
own ground, whero certain destruction
awaits him." He also boastlngly ro
marked: "Tlio rebel army Is now the
Icijitlmato property of tlio Army of the
Potomac. Thoy may as well pack up
llmlr haversacks and maku for Kleh
iinmd, and I shall bo after them." Ho
forgot that Gen. Lee commanded tlio
Confederate army, and that Stonowall
Jackson was ono of his lieutenants. In
order to mask tho movements of tho
ll uiklng Corps, tho First, Third and
Sixth moved to tlio river opposito Fred
oiieksburg, on Tuesday, tho 2Sth and
induced tlio cnemy to bcllcvo that an
attack would bo madothere. It rained
almost Incessantly, but this did not bin
dor our inarch ns it would have done a
month sooner. Our Uattcry was then
connected witli tho First Corps, which
Tins Is tho nco or progress nnd con-
ventions. and tho most important one
during tho last eighteen years asscm-
b cdatlscw lork. eacli member pos
sessing suporior mechanical ability and
nnving nau liitcen years experience in
making Sowing Machines. All tlio
various patents, plans of construction
and different devices weio fully consid
ered, with tlio view of supplying a ma
chlno witli all tho lato Improvements,
anaptcu to nu varieties oi lamny sew
ing, and free from tho objections attach
ed to others; making tho lock stitch
nliko on both sides, running nt high
speed on light or heavy goods, and
maicing poriect woric year niter year
without trotting out of order. It was
decided that tbeso objects wero fully at
tained in tno Bingcr jmcw family Bow
Ins Machines, maklnc a demand for
them, greater than over was known In
tho history of Sowing Machines. In
saving time, health, and in tnnklng
homo happy liieso machines havo done
moro to mlvanco women's rights than
all tho conventions held for that pur
Anotiieii Episcoi'ATi Diookse Che
ated. Tho necessity of dividing tho
arduous labors of Hlshop Slovens by
tlio creation of a now dioceso has long
been apparent, nnd tho subject has been
a themoof deep thought and earnest dis
cussion among tho members or tho Epis
copal persuasion in l'mra., as well as
in otner portions oi tno state, un
Thursday tlio matter was brouuht bcroro
tho Episcopal Convention, in session at
Philadelphia, when tho following ravor-
ablo action was tnken :
Mr. Ilobert A. .Lamborton. of Harris-
burg, oU'ercd a resolution to tho effect
OF UMHEATEU I.ANIW IN COLUilllfA CO.
AurpRlLlilv to llin trnvl!nna at mi Apt nf An-
arnibly entitled nu Act directing the moilo of
nolllng unsettled Inndu for Inxen nnd other tinr-
ikjhch, jiusbuu uiu inn luuuui liny oi Alarm, isio,
nnd llio fuilher KupplcmenlH thcroto panged on
Ibol'ltlidny of March, 1817, nnd tho 25lb ilnv or
March, 1821, nnd the Dili dny or March, 1817, tho
'J reiiMirer of Columbia county, hereby given no
tlco lo nil licmons concerned t herein, Uiul union
tho County, lload. Hchool, l'oor, Bounty nnd
Hints tnxoa duo on the following tracla of unnent
cd land", ulluato In Columbia comity, nro paid
beforo llio day of unto, tho wholo or such parts of
each tract oa will pny thocosla chargahto there
on, will ho nolilnt thoCiiurt IIou, iu tho town
of JllooniHburg, l'a., on the 13th day of Juno, 1870.
nud loconlluuo by adjournment, from dny to
day for nrrea'ngos of tnxci duo ald County, nnd
costs uccrucd on each tract respectively.
No. of Acre. WnrraulccH or Owners, Pol, CIS.
Allabacli benjamin J
Conner Isaiah, Knt 0 (VI
Cornier Hnmuel II (El
Pcwltt A llenedlct 7 2U
KrIU William Est 1 98
Good Jacob 7J
Hlccly riillllH ba
Weaver Eltnt 11 It
clewell Jacob Jr OH
llrolNtJH 3 i
lltllmycr M A Geo 18 69
Clewell Joseph i 1(1
Jordan Itobert 00 40
Porter Andrew (M 70
Walker Lewis 072 61
Huston Thomas 02 87
HnHon Mary 140 4.1
Huston Thomas 02 87
Huston Mary 140 4:1
l'axton K lino cc Hharpies v.f.) 'a
Hensley Johnson 211 41
Wlckershnin Amos 151 67
Hlmmion Win. 1100 8.1
IllehhamUcorBO f.l nf
HsrnnThoinns 10 68
r.ltulcumulh. Kline Sl Co 4 13
l.lndenmuth (Jen H 4 0i
Lelbv J W a 57
HelnboldOW 2 31
Werlinan Daniel 2 42
Wnllnro Wm 4 10
Krnnlc Yoeum 2 47
Walker Lewis 3 M
Kline John '2Zk1
VounfrJohu 1IL, 1)1
Heam .loshun 17 18
blown Nathaniel IWl (.7
Cleaver KlLis 01
Cooke Cat harlno 2 03
Conk Darry 02
Kllngerinau Fred 0 01
Kachclrls (leu "3
(liiodmnii Win 1 "!)
IlucUnlew Wm Est
Poty 4 l'ealer
that all that-nart of tlio Dioceso of Penn
occupied Us old position on tho left of sylvnnla which lies outside of tho couu
tho line. On Wednesday, beforo clay- ties or Philadelphia, Delawaro.Choster,
lij;lit tho batteries were posted within a
row hundred yards of tho liver in order
to cover tlio crossing. An attempt was
mado to lay tho pontoons early in tlio
morning, but failed on account of tho
vigilance of their sharp-shooters iu tho
rifle pits on tho opposite sldo of tho riv
er. About !) o'clock, however, tho fog
rose, inula fresh effort was mado which
proved successful, and in about fifteen
minutes our men captured over 100 of
Montgomery and Ducks, be a now dio
Mr. Dohlcii moved ns an umondmout
that there bo added to tho nbovonnmcd
counties those or Northampton, Lehigh,
iscrKs anu Lancaster.
An additional amendment was offer
ed requiring that a majority of the cler
gy and vestry within tho bounds or
tho proposed dioceso consent thereto.
ino last, nmcniinicni wns auopicu,
and thereupon a discussion aroso upon
tno second amendment.
Judgo Parry, or Schuylkill, opposed
their pickets. For somo timo tho firing a division or tlio dioceso, for tho reason
was very rapid on both sides, but wo that ho thought it would bo impolitic
nlnnmiiivl n.llln Tt ,11.1 loin, '
I.L.l ... ll.t.J'. l.ll. lU lUihU I f
10 present time.
r. Lamberton, m advocating a
long to construct two bridges, and
Wndsworth's Division of our Corps
crossed over; nnd Sedgwick, on our
right, also sent across a portion of his
Corps, at tho same point whero they
had crossed last December. I5y means
of tho Ualloon Corps wo could sco that
ts yet tho enemy had not learned our
real point of attack, as their army ro
mained behind its entrenchments. We
could distinctly hear tlio firing of the
Oil Thursday tlio enemy openud on
us from four different poinls, thelrguns
on our left enfilading our lino. Inline.
v....v..., ... v... .luui. .ui, ...... rp. .. th --,,! llin
pouiiucr run on guns, ami mo aim i original resolution, when tho yeas mid
their gunners was fearfully accurate, rmvs woro called. Tho result was as
But what annoyed us most was a Whit-
worth gun, the range or wliich is over
four miles. Tlio projectile isasolid bolt
ibout ton Iuchesloiignnd three in dlam
oter. It Hies so swiftly that it gives no
notlco of its approach, and 0.oxjni is
useless Even tho "zil" of a uiinnie
ball is moro easily avoided. Capt,
Thomson, whoso Dattery was on our
diet enough ior ono, especially when
la tint, ll'linl tlmll. Iillt what
lialfnot bo Eclccted, is not a very easy
Not unfrtqucntly it Is tho cao
"ra tuiior loolts over mi ms ci
inaiigo papers for eomethlng Interesting
W can ilud absolutely nothing. Evcrv
I8Kr Is drier than a contribution box;
m yet Eonietlilng must bo had ids pa
I'nuuttboout with foniethliig in it,
wjl lm docs tho best he can. Every
muciibcr thinks tho paper Is printed
" sown bcnctlt.aiid If thero is noth
What bulla hlm-it is good for notli
iB' As many eubstrlbciH as an editor
to many tastes ho has to consult,
one ; wants something very emart and
hv,!m Eoiuething bound, Ono
anecdotes, fun and hollo, and his
Ct-It llfir.r ,'r,l,.l,l.,. ....... .1.,..,, II.!., ..,,,
. ..fciiijui v uillll'in nun u iiiuii
uH.V? a blaikguard. Kext comes
Jjnilhiiig aigumentatlve, mid thoedl
slf iiilhin fco1' Aml to between them
' llio poor follow gets tlio woiht of II.
UOUNTEHFUITEllS. TWO I11P11, 0110
Michael llcrtzel, from Minilnvillo
Columbia county, and tho other
Frederick, of jNcscopce. wero about
town on tho nflcrnoon or tlio shooting
oi young Yoho, Their actions and
unnearnnco wero suspicious, and com
lug from tho samo locality attention
was directed to them In connection
with tho murder.
They arrived by tho Heading noon
train on Friday, nnd got oil' at Flour
iinirei fetation, wnero tney reported
themselves ns coming from Ulrnrdvlllo,
whero they said thoy hud been staying
a low nays.
On Sunday morning, Messrs. D. S
Hcsa and llcubcn Hlllyard went to
Girnrdvlllo to mnko Inquiries concern
ing them, whero they found that thoy
nan only been in town over ingni, anu
In tho mornlnir thev had trono to Ash
land beforo coming to Shenandoah,
.linro thes' tried to pass a S10 counter
feit noto on tho National Dank of
Itome. N. Y.. whlcli was refused, bo,
being In Ashland at tho tlmo of tlio
ullitlr they could havo bad nothing to
do with It peieonally. They also at
tempted to pass a 20 counterfeit on thu
biimo bank, at Kuhn's clothing storo Iu
Girnrdvlllo, nut it was niso iuiusuu.
At Rlirnnndoali. bowover. thev bad
better luck and got oil' a $1 bill at thu
Exchango Hotel, and two fib's, ono
each on Mrs. Delany and Mrs. uroouy
nil on llin National Hank of Home
M'hov left town on Saturday mornint!
for Columbia county, lit a team, but
went no luvthcr man iiiiigiowiiBiiiiiuu
uimrii tiipv mit iiff. Thev were follow'
ni iimvn lm! cnuld bo traced no farther,
AVo uupposo that thtso imrtles will also
jnako uood their vsvnw.Menumloah
vision upon tho livo county lino, said
mat boyond tnocounties named, tnirty
nlno parishes out of soventy-ilvo had.
through tho clergy and vestry, express
ed themselves favorablo to tho division
Tlio Hev. Dr. Paret read a paper, by
which It appeared that out or fifty-four
clergymen stationed within tlio counties
projioscd to bo &ot off, thirty-four had
approved tho measure.
A protracted discussion took place
upon tho second amendment, somo of
tno speakers iavoring tno nine county,
others tho flvo county line. Tho advo
cates of tho flvo county lino generally
belonged to tno parishes em braced with
in tlio proposed diocese.
too amendtnont was not agreed to.
follows: Or tho clergy 111 voted aye.
27 voted no. Of tho laity JI churches
votod aye, IS voted no and 2 wero divided.
Go nnd tret a cool glass of Beer or old
stocic Alo and soo tno "iivo urocouno"
at Wldmver & Jncobv's Saloon. Hx-
mmeuiaio ngiit, picKed up u low oi cliango Hlock.
thoso trottblusomo missiles, and Orcd
them back to tho enemy, "to mnko
them believe," as ho said, "that wo bad
a Wliitworth too." During tho heavl
est firing a chancu shell frightened a
abblt from Its lair, and it was at once
pursued to tho water's edgo by a dozen
shouting soldieis, whoso love for sport
exceeded their fear of a riflo shot.
Night e.tiisod tlio firing on both sides to
During tlio day Sickles' Corps, tho
Third, left us, and unobserved by tho
oiiouiy joined Hooker at Chancellors
ville, making a force of near 70,000 men
at that point.
Friday was a day or inaction to tlio
troops In rrout of Fiedeiicksburg. Just
after dusk howover, tlio enemy com
menccd cheering lustily along their
lines, to which our men as heartily re
spondod. They also built bonfires in
front of their works, doubtless to cover
tho movements of a largo part of their
In tlio meantlmo nothing had been
heard of our cavalry, which, number
lug 10,000 men had been sent on a raid
to cut tho rebel communications, but
unfortunately at tho samo timo It de
prived ii of tho uso of an important
arm of tho borvico.
Ily tills timo Hooker'8 movements
wero completely dovolopcd, and Leo
rapidly concentrated his force-) lo meet
him on ills chosen ground, leaving a
fecblo forco to bold tlio Fredericksburg
boights. Hooker, howover, push
ed his troop.s forward tovoral mllos,
his left resting on tho Itappaliannocl;
river, and uncovering Hanks' Ford,
whllo tho right pushed out on tho plank
road to thu open country whero after
somo hard fighting, nu admirable post
tion was obtained on n commanding
rldgu. To tho surprise of every ono
tlio lino was ordered to bo abandoned,
and our men reluctantly fell back to
their former lines, closely pressed by
tho enemy, Our dlstttnco from Scdg
wick was not only increased, but wo
wero coopod up in an Interminable
wildornois, and our position wns coin
mauded by tho ono vacated, which of
courso was nelzcd by tlio enemy.
Saturday moruing found our Corjw
(tho First) still In front of Fredericks-
burg. Their artillery opened on us
heavily, nnd wo responded rapidly.
Their firing ceased about 10 n. m,, nnd
about noon our bridges wero taken up,
nnd wo commented moving up tho
river, lly n forced inarch wo reached
tho sccno of action, crossing tho Happu
bannock ut tlio United States Ford.
Wo tlioiti loanutl wlmt n fearful blow
Dn. Heahdslev. of Now York, the
well known I'hysioiogicai Lecturer,
may bo consulted on all forms of chron
ic diseases, nt tho Amoricnn Hotol.
Juno 16th and Kith, two dnys only. Dis
eases oi tno eye, ear, uiroat nnu catarrn
a specialty. -t"
"Liveh Complaint." Indigestion.
Dsspopsia, Diseases of tho Kidneys and
liiauucr, anu tnoso cnronio uiseases pe
culiar to females as Weaknes, Irregu
larities, Weak Hack, and Laucorrhea,
aro cured in ono-tlilrd tho tlmo necessa
ry to euro them with any other remedy
by using Jir. jicrco's Aiterativo ex
tract or Golden Medical Discovery.
Sold by Druggists, or send tbroo nnd a
ouartor dollars to H. V. Pierce, M. D
lluffalo, N. Y., and get three bottles
free or Eqpreas charges.
U lit 380
JQ E N T I S T It Y .
II, C, lIOWL'lt, UENTISV,
Respectfully oilers his professional btrvlces to
tho ladles nud goutlenien of llloombburg and vl
clnlty. IIo is prepared to attend to all the vari
ous operations in the lino of his profession, nnd
Is provided with the latest Improved ronc.LiN
Tketh which will be Inserted on Rold plating,
silver nud rubber base to look as well as I ho nat
ural teeth. Teeth extracted by all the new and
most apiiroved methods, and all operations on
tho teeth carelullyniul propeily ntleudedto,
Heslileuco nnd ottlco a lew doors above tho
Court House, same sldo.
U S I C .
ino underslcned would resnectfully Inform
tho citizens ol lllooimburg and vicinity that ho
has locnlcd In their midst lor tho purpose of (in
lawing Ills prolesslon as u teacher of music. lor
n nunuier of years helius been located iu Uroolc
lyn.N. V., but continued lll-hcnlthmado a couu
try lesldenco desirable. Ho will tench scliolatg
at their homes, or In i lasses, ns they max piefer,
nt mudcruto rates.
. PIANOS TUNED
or repaired at short notice. All ouIcih (an be
lolt at this olllee. . ,
1I would respectfully solicit n sliaio of tho
public liatronage, I, W, NlLkH,
llloouihburg.itay 27, lS70-tf
17 XECUTOHS' NOTICE.
XU ETATI5 0K JAULA KMM11T, llEC'll.
Lottos tcbtninentnry on tho eslnto of James
Emmltt.late ol llemlocktwp.. Columbia county,
diu'd, haol)een gi anted by tho Heglstcr of said
eouuly to Andii'W J. Kmmltt and Chilstlau
1. Luiinltt of Hemlock township, Columbia
county, 1'u, All persons having claims against
the csialo alo lfiiuestid lo present them In Hie
lecutors lu Columbia county. Thoi-o Indebted
to the tuatu ellher on note, judgment, moitgago
or book iKiouut will make pa; mint to the Kx
ccutors wi.hout aelay.lmEW rMM
(.HitiHTiAN i:. EiiMi'rr.
AGENTS WANTED FOH
A IABTEHI,Y VnnHIFlPATIOK OF THE
WUULlMi: rOKTHV OF IIIU UHII.E.
kn rtir.timinpnl l.v lpmllni elerex'inen and lav
liti'ii nf nil ilenriliilliullniju. ITnlv eisallv ndmlred
nud highly isleemed both lur lis great Intrlnslu
merit anu nueuauieai iiuisu a uihuihui 4 n
pectus.lrom a new and original design, showing
tlio dliierriit styles of binding, etc., sent aUto
liileto l'ltlvK In nil acit ptcd as Ageuls.nnd a sam.
pin copy when deslicil. aliOinriiiK, (ct thunlhe
WJHIhmALH I'ltlVK Kzeluslto Territory,
and the Most Liberal Terms, l'orlull partlculais,
Ullus, etc., ailJiesa
ma)li70-f ailartlayBt, New York.
Id of 100
it of 200
U of 100
Yi of 200
t of 200
Freas A 1 tollman
Jones Jnmes N
-Montgomery Daniel Est
Patterson If W
renter Samuel J
llattln II F
Cooper Mark V
Ikeier A J
'lltmau Abraham Est
Kllno & Relubuld
Lehigh & Mahauoy R R Co
Hheppard B F
Morgan John I)
Mooro Grace Mr
Vuu Hureu H E Mrs
Lovelaud II A
Collins T T
Hanly John 11
Feustermaeher J H
Jones Ann T Mrs
Welsh Mai tin
llrlttaln Wm A
lh van Guy
Clem W T P
l'ealer Samuel J
' stackhousc Joseph Hat
olnmbla Coal.t Lumber Co
Mann Chas F
Miller II (1 Est
Miller Philip .
Hhumnn Daniel dec tl
Mhumnii Isaiah '
Hmcck.llrobJt.Yrttcr A llauk
Yetler 1) ,t Innno
Iiongonbergcr George dec u
9 Ilrown David Hr 2 19
41 Creasy Henrv 1)87
00 Keller John 8 0)
2 1,1111 Kiiznbelh 40
173 NungesaerGco 10 00
l) NussJnroD u 00
13 Ponebecker Jacob 1 47
83 Parks Hnraucl Est 2 80
31 Hutllir Joel 2 80
17 Zimmerman Joshua 8 00
Hloomsburg, April 8, 1870, Treasurer.
OF HEATED LANDS IN COLU.MUIA COUNTY.
Also tho following lots, nieces or rtarccl of
ovtueu utiiiui-, leiui lien uy iiiu 111 luui'CKJr!,. uru
to bo sold at tho same time, under the provisions
ol an net of Assembly, entitled "An Act relating
10 ute saie 01 innus ior inxes in loiuiauin coun
ty," approved March cm, lsom
1 ' "
Names of Owners.
Lni Ish George
('lark Andrew I rnct
Halliard John Est
Mann llitdy A. Crlswell
imtcnLcnder A HrePch
Cnsey John "Lower"
l.lndermutli G 1
Centre Turnpike Cn
L' Velio M M
Preston Improvement Co
Hrown M I,
Cromly Julia Ann
Yople Michael Est
Whltenlght Pelcr Est
Bankey James W
COLUMBIA IRON WORKS, -
N. W. SAMPLE. C. W. NEAL. L. J. TAYLOH.
T$. W. SAMPLE & CO.,
CJornor ol" Main Street nnd 1j. Si B. Hail Koad,
BLOOMSBTJBa, 1-A-. ,
MACHINISTS, IRON AND BRASS FOUNDERS;
HLA0KSMITIIS AND B01I-ER MAKERS.
STEAM ENGINES & WATER WHEELS,
u:.i:itAii diaciiim: ivouk ami kiu'aiks.
MILL GEARING, HIIAl'TINO, rULI.EYS, HANGERS, HEAUHLOCKB,
SAW aVCILIj C3-B-A.K.I3STC3- OF ALXj
CASTINGS FOH FUHNACES
AND ROLLING MILLS.
AIO OAK WHEELS ANP AXLES mmm (JABTINOH.
Moss U &
Feustermaeher Crevellng&ColJ 00
50 Kitchen William 5 10
15 Hefcs James 3 10
Dloomsbui g, March 8, 1870. Treasurer.
Will be sold at tlio Court House, in Blooms
burg, on the second Monday in Juno, 1870,
agreeably lo the provisions of tho Acts of
Assembly in such case mado and provided,
all tlio right, tltlo and Interest acquired by
said Commissioners in tho following lots,
pieces, and parcels of unseated lands hereto
loro purchased by them at Treasurers sale
and J.elil for a period of more thanfiveyears ;
tho day of redemption having gnno by, un
less by the original owner.
BRASS CASTINGS OP ALL KINDS
COMPOSITION CASTINGS, , , ..,-,.-
AND HAHI1IT AlKTA t.
DELiFIELD'S CELEBRATED GLOBE VALVES,
STOP COCKS, CHECK VALVES,
UTEAivr ouaohs, steam: khi and riTTiwan
G03NT3Ti.3SITX,"Lr ON HAND.
AOENTS FOH SHIVE'S GOVEHNOB,
ACKNOWLEDGEP TO 11 K THE RIMPLEST AND I1EST IN THE WOULD.
MILLWRIGHTS AND MACHINISTS HUITLins EITHER ON HAND OR PURNiyilEI) AT
SHORT NOTICE, VIZ; OUM AND LEATHER BELTING OF EVERY DESCItlPrlOS,
HEMP AND SOAP STONE PACKING, OILS, RED AND WHITE LEAD, dC.
LESSEES AND SOLE MANUFACTURERS OF HALL'S PATENT
DOUIJLE DISCHARGE TURBINE WHEELS.
LIHFllAl. .NDUCEMENTS OFFERED TO THE TRADE.
Also Acents ror tho "EUREKA" Smut and Scpamtinrr Machine and "EX
CELSIOR" Hrnn Duster. Send for circular. Specimen Machines run bo scon
at tho works,
HEAVY OR LIGHT FORCINGS,
MERCHANT IRON OF ALL SIZES ON HAND.
Alto manufacturers or Wm. B. Deuel's HAY nnd HARVEST GRINDERS,
patented November 2nd, 18GS).
REAMERS, TAPS AND DIES,
BOLTS AND NUTS OF ALL SIZES. MADE TO ORDER.
ORDERS FOR BRIDGE BOLTS AND IRONS SOLICITED,
AND ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY FURNISHED
WE HAVE NOW IN THIS DEPARTMENT THE LATEST IMPROVED MACHINERY
AND ARE PREPARED TO MAKE ALL KINDS OF PATTERNS AT SHORT NOTICE.
OF THE LATEST IMPROVED PATTERNS.
Buckeye Reapers Repaired
AND ALL EXTRA PARTS FURNISHED.
MANUFACTURERS AND PROPRIETORS OF
MORTON'S PATENT HAY RAKE.
ALL ORDERS EXECUTED WITH PROMPTNESS.
Cgj-N. B. Having put hi machinery especially adapted lo the manufacture
of Moulding Cutters,wo nro prepared toexecuto largo or small orders, at short no
tice, and on very favorable terms. Send for Circular and prlcolist.
N. W. SAMPLE & CO.
Mann a ltoat
Shlpman H W
West Huck Mountain Coal &
Pennington Jesse R
Applemau William 3 15
ApplcmauDH 7 77
Hrnglcr Samuel 1 1 03
Campbell I, N 5 31
I tun is Jacob 7 31
Wagner Philip A Co 17 73
Stephen William 4 Hi
John Kile U 11
HUllnglouTuuiuas 13 00
Fisher John 3 13
John Samuel 2 00
" ' S 12
Miller Jacob 2 58
Hhods John Si Joseph 7 80
snyers William 2 00
Huston Thomas 3 03
Hecso Daniel 7 to)
Huston Mary 7 Ml
Huston Chailotto 7 so
Reynolds John 7 to)
Myers Mary 7 to)
Huston Thomas 3 lit
Heeso Daniel 7 0
Huston Mary 7 80
Huston Charlotlu 7 80
Reynolds John 7 N)
MjersMary 7 to)
Ifnaeubtich Isaao 7 31
Everett James Est 5 21
Jones Richard 4 tol
Kcrett Moses o b-
Kcllcr Samuel ' II
Heitlug David 13
Jaeoby OA It 10
Heath Sylvester 1 01
Hurgcred Isuau 20 75
HarncsThosJr 3 3
Dewef George 20 75
Hower George 8J
Mortis Daniel 2 08
Daly FiederUk 3 1
Cole William Est 4 08
Colo Ezeklel 2u 87
Huekalow James, 33 119
Frllz Henry W UI
(lom Nalhanlel 111 00
Hubert Gray 25 20
Orarhart William 27 S
(learhart Gcorgn 8 01
Muulgomery Hobt Est 411 20
Melleury Paulil Jr II.M
Yiiuug Abruhaui :l UI
Moser Jacob 28 32
Hlieteli Joseph .81 to)
(lmvi.il Krnllii.iii 10
Lelby Jacob 2 oil
Hamsey John Est
Alo John 6 5,1
MiCuity Katilol 71
30. Fisher Jonathan 1S52
11, Stroup Ailnm jr "
50. Cliamberlin Wm "
15. Ilarplno D.iM "
18. iiowcr oenrge
50. Relshcr John rr " '
(15. Millard Wm " "
60. Whitman Abrm. "-54 "
S6. Cook John jr " "
260. Bancroft L, O. H-54 Pino
100. " "
5. Scott Samuel " "
25. Ash Samuel 11
400. Curry Patrick "
431. Beach NOB 1S5C
11. Kecler Ebenczer "
10. Bower Solomon "
575. Calfus Charles "-5:
13. Kisner John " "
573. Scliuyler-tirenry "
30. Ikeier William "
22. JlcCalls John "
106. Wagner Philip "
52. Michael "
75. Colder D "
150. Yorks William "
0. Oman John
50, Runyan Ezra "
15. Hobbins Jos. "
100. Hunter P.obt. "
52, Lobo Henry "
70. Lyon Robert "
22. Wclllver John "
343. Barron Johujr "
jia. isenson l'eter
124. Barnes Thos "
131, Lemon Win "
128. Hall Samuel
127. Yorks Joseph "
03. Hess Peter "
12. McMullcn Jas "
400. Applemon P "
150. Fray Chas B 1858
31. BalcotJohn "
400. McCallasJohu "
50. Biltlo Samuel '
100. " "
22. Snick Geo
50. Colley S E
200. Cowsart James "
200. Miller .t Pifer "
110. Yoborclcr "
10. Yobo Jacob "
10. drover Michael"
100. Miller i l'cifer "-ii
S3J. Mann A Boat "
10. Hitters Est. "
17. Sloan Geo "
150. UeoblerOlt "
120. Hollinan Hat. "
200. Wood3ldo .IFrick"
25, HarlzellPavi.il SCO
400. Cnl: C.& I. Co
400. " " " "
3t0. " " "
400. Deihl Itubt "
50. Ash William "
10. Blank Joseph "
IS. Traugh Ilcury "
3. Parks James "
0. Evans Jacob "
365. Kvcrliard John "
100. Hughes J B "
125. Hughes W & 1, "
10. Groves M "
50. Crevollng A "
C3. Ehumsu F It 1M2
11. Bowman SB "
150, Freas Andrew
So, BmcckABrobst "
3, Longenbcrgo G "
LACKAWANNA AND BLOOMS
On nnd vrur Jan. 17,1870, Passenger Trains will
run as follows:
p. m. n. m.
p.m. n. in.
Connection madontscrnnton bv tin-10.40 n.m.
train for Groat Hend, Himitinnitnu, AltMUytuul
ull poinls North, Hast nnd West,
rtATAAVISSA RAIIjROAD-Oii and
J nfler MONDAY, Sep. 0, I HI), Passenger
trains on IheCatawlssa Railroad will inn at the
lollow lug named hours:
Dep. 8.45 n.m
" ()uakake. '
" E. Mahony June. '
I To Now York via. Read
lug or Mauch (,'hunk.
From New York via. I
Mauch Chunk. r
N'oCliaugii ol cars between Wllllamsport and
" 1 .20
Arr, (i.OOp. m.
" l!l0 "
" 1.00 "
" 3.10 "
" 3.12 "
" 2.23 "
" 1.51) "
" 1.40 "
" 1.30 "
GEO. WEUU Suy't.
DELAWARE, LACKAWANNA, &
WliVl'EHN RAI LrioAD.--Suiomer arrange-
ineni, April ii,istu. 'iiaius icuvo ns ioiiows:
"-52 S Loaf
Ac- Ex- Mall STATIONS,
Sbcclz James "
Ml III in
WM. 11. (U1CK,
O NEW DISCOVERY 1 1 1
It li.iu lriiui lmni liiinwn (linl lbu itld estahllsll
ed una will Hocked I'iiiinitiiiik & Hhuhno
M'Ani'iiniiiii or 11. u. r.KWIH. Hu.. nro the chean-
est In tlieelly. Ho Is now selling Pahmiii Hiinu
In Pixsii, lUui ('Mini, lines or Tinny. Wal-
1'u a kiiii. it KIT1TU 111 on. or AKKlslf: LOT-
tauk 1-unsirunr. all slylcss HKnniMi ami
Ma n UUHKH. i aiious sizes, cheaper than miction
,.-i,.c i v., n.i rnul see. anil bo convinced. Von
will savu moni y l.y giving us a call belore pnr-
If. It. LEWIS, Hit..
IIII UA11KI.T hrill.(.T, I'lllUA UKU'llIA,
Next diHii lii ior, of Fifteenth SI.
Neatly executed at this Offlil
0. 1 ill
10. Ill I
Via M. & E. Dlvls.,
(7-bo Jlarclau &t.)
.(.ui isiiipner oi
via Con. Klf. oi S'j"
Utxjt Utterly td)
.... Mount Bethel
... -Great Bend.
A si, I'.SI,
0. 00 i!oo
1. :l .!)
2. dll OAs
2.4S 10.38 p.m.
3.20 IMS.) 8.30
3.10 9.13 0.10
3.4(1 9.21 0.23
1.01 9.35 0.50
4.20 9.51 10.30
1.S9 10.12 11.00
4.57 I0JJ) 12.00
6.15 10.17 12.33
3.30 II.U2 1.(0
I'.M, A.M. ..U.
Trains do not stun ut Kfallons wIilio the Tlmo
T EADING RAILROAD.
., Monday, May 16th, 1S70.
Great Trunk Line from tho North and North
west forPhlladelrihln.Now 5'ork, itfanlng, Potu
vlllo, Tamanun, Ashland, Shamokln Lebanon
Allentown, Eastou, L'plirnm, Llttz, Lancaster.
Trains leave Harrlsburg for New York, as lol
lows: At 6,33, 8.10 nud 11,25 it, m., nrnl
2,50 p. in., connecting with similar Indus on
Penna. Railroad, and urrlvlng at iS'ew Yorlt at,
12.10, noon, 3,50,0,03 nnd 10,00 p. in. respectively
Sleeping cars accompany llio 5,33 and 11.23a. m,,
trains without change.
Hemming: Leave Key York at 0,00 a.m. and
12.00 noon nud 5,00 p. in. Philadelphia at 8.15
n. m, nnd 3,30 p. m. Sleeping cars accompany
tho 9.00 n. in., and 5,00 p.m., I rains Irom N, Y.
Leave Hnrrlsburg for Reading, Poltsvlllo,.Ta
maqun, Mluersvllle, AHilaud, Miamokln Plna
Grove, Allentown APhlla'd. nt8,IOu.m.,a2,60Jt
4,10 p.m., slopping ut Lebanon and piincipal way
stations: tho 4,10pm. train connecting tor PhJl'a,
PoliHvillo nnd Columbia only. Fur PottsvHla
Schuylkill Haven nnd Auburn, via Hchnylklii
and Susquehanna Llallroad, leave Harilsburg ut
East Pennsylvania Railroad trains lenvo Read
Inglor Alleiuowu, Easiounnd New YorUat 7XS
iu.,ai ii. in., i.ii nnu i.u p. iii. iiciurniiig, leavu
New York nt 9Jw u. m., I2.00 noon mnt 5.0J p. uu
and Allentown nt 7.20 it. m. 12.25 noon, 4.20 and,
8.45 p. in.
Way Passenger Train leaves Philadelphia at
7,30 a.m., connecting with similar trnln un East
i'a. rnuinaii reiuruiug iiom ueauiugnt-u.ap.ui,
stopping at all stations.
Leave pottsvlllo at 5,4oand O.nu n,m.,nnil '-',50 p.m.
Ilerndon at 9.30 n. m.. Sbnmokln at 5.10 and 10.4(1
n. in., Ashlund ut 7,0,5 n.ni. nnd 12,30 noon Muu
anoy City at 7.51 a. m. nnd 7.C7 n. in. Tamnaua at
K.3.1 it. in., nnd 2,20 p, in. for plillndclphla and.
Leave Pottsvlllo via Schuylkill nnd Susque
hanna Railroad ut S.15 a.m. ior Hurrlshurg, KU'l
12,05 noon, for PlueGrovo and Tromont,
lieauing Accoiumuuaiiiiu .ruin leases jons
vlllo ut5.i0 a. m., passes Heading nt 7,3o a. m., ar
riving nt Philadelphia at 10.20 u. in. lloturulng,
leaves i'hlladelphla at 5,15 p. m., passing Iteou
ing nt 8,00p.m., urrivingitt Pottsvlllo at 9,10 p,m
I'ottstown Accommodation Tralnileavea Polls
town ut 0,23 n.m,,, returning, leaves Philadelphia,
ut 1,00 p.m.
Columbia Railroad Trains leave Reading at
7,20 a.m., anil 0-15 p.m. tor Ephrata, 1,1117., Lancas
ter, Columbia, Ac.,
Perklomcu Hall Road TraluBleavo Perkloraea
Junction nt 9,00 u. in., 3.00 A 5.30 p. in. returning:
leave SchwenksvUle at 8.05 a.m., 12.15 noou, and
4.15 p.m., connecting with similar trains oil
Colcbrookdalo Hallioad trains IcavoPottstown
at 0.40 a. m and 0.20 p. m., returning leave 51 oant
Pleasautat 7,00 and 11.23 a. m., connecting with,
similar tliilns on Kcudlui- Hallioad.
.uesicr uney iinnruuu trains leave jir.ugc
-tort at 8,30 a. m. and 2.05 and 5.02 p. m. returning,
eave Downluctou at 0.20 a. m.. 12.45 noon and
5.13 i. in., connecting with slmllur IrulLS on
On Stiudaye, leave New York nt 5,00 p.m., Phil
phla ut 8,00 n.m. and 3,15 p.m., (the 8,00 a.m. train
i mining only loReadlugOlcav el'ottsvllle 8,00u.ni.:
llarrlsburg at 5,35 it. m. uml 4.10 p. m, ami
leave Allentown at 7.23 a.m. ttud8.15 p. in., and
Heudlng at 7.15 n. in, and 10,03 p.m. for llarrls
burg, nt 7.23 a, m, for New York, at 4.45 p. m, for
Alieutown, and at P.40 n. lu. and 1.23 p. in. Ut
com munition, .uncage, bctibou, ttruuiu biii
Excursion Tickets to ami from nli polute. ut iv
Baggage checked through; 100 pounds nllowel
G. A. NICOI.LN,
Reading, P.t , April 29 1870.
jgROWN'S FAST FREIGHT
FROM PHILADELPHIA TO HLOOMSUUllO,
and Inleriuedlalo points. Goods forwarded with,
caio and despatch and at low rates.
Goods, at Philadelphia, must be delivered f t,
Hltncr .sea's, bit Muiket Street, l'or lull par
llculjja, apply tu
JACOB SCHUYLER, Proprietor,
Aug. 20,'CC-tt, It. It, Depot, Hioomtburg.pa
At New- Hamilton with Central K. It. of N.J.
The Mall and Express tialns eastward and west-
wniilcouueti wnn trams lorNew xoric, i-.nra-belli,
1'lslulli ld,Somervllle uud ollur stations.
At Wnslillieton with Morris & Essex It. 11.
Mall and repress trains make close nud reliable
connections tilth trains lor Ni w York. Newark,
Al Mauuulta Chunk with lfclvideio Delnwuro
R. It. Close connections are mado bv Mall uud
l.xpiess trains, Willi trains ror Philadelphia,
Trenton, Phllllpsburg, Hals Idcre.i,-. Uy Trulu
No, 2, passengers reach Philadelphia vfa Cam
den, by No, 4, via Kensington, passengers nu
isu,4,arritu iu rnuaueipuiuiu tlmo toiasoiuo
11.30 p. in, train lor Htltluioieimd Washington,
At Scrautou with Lackawanuu A Hliamislnirg
A Delaware A Hudson Rail Roads. Trains on
these ruads connect Willi our trains lor l'ltiston,
vt iiaes-iiuriu, nerwicK, itioouisuurg, ii.iusuie,
Olyphaut. Arcubatd and Carbondale.
AL ltlnuuaiutnu Willi Hriu Ibtlltt'av. Mull No.
1 (ouuecls with Expiess Mall on Erie Hallway,
leaving al 8.4J p. in, Willi it sieepiug eiiat-u ui
taeliMl. iLrrlvllli, at ltntraln ut ll'AI next Inorulm..
Express No. 3 count-els with u way tinlu fur
Owcgo, Iliiuca, uud Eliulra.
Albany i Husquehunun Hallltond. Four trains
a day run each way i-etwten Hlugliumlim und
for Syracuse lease ut 7 turn, uud 0.25 p.m. Trains
On and after Nov. 15th 18fi), Tialni wtl
leave NoiiTUoruiEKi.sMi as follotfs :
553 A, it., Dally to Wllllamsport, (except Hnndsy)
lorEimlru, Canandalguu. Rochester, IluiliUo,
Suspension Hrlilge, nud N, Falls.
050 p. N., Dally, (exetjit Sundays) lor 111 mill and
Hullalo via Erie Hallway from El in Ira.
5J0 I'.M., Dally, (excej tSuuduys) for WilllajiU-
l"'rt' TRAINH SOPTHWARD.
10.21 A.M.Pally (exciplJliiuilny'i,)forlWlllinoro
WIWIINUTON AND PIllLADELPltlt.
Il.pl P.M. Paily(exepl Runilay'sJforBaltimoro
Washington unit Pntladelphla,
ill). S. YOUNG,
General Passenger Agcm,
Ai.vkei. It. I'lIKU, Geu'l HupU,
ty, OueluiM-s lllughamtou ut 2.30 p.m.,
lives at Albany at 9.00 p, in,
iu use, lllughamtoit A N. V, H, It. Trains
from Syracuse arrive ut 11.44 a, hi. and M p. in,
51' .'.'i:"'' .... . . iAi.i,sir;Aii.
Gen'l Puss, uud Tkt. Agent, hupl.
V A li II A 11 1. F. 11 K Alt 1. H T A T E,
ll.o School Plrceli'H of Hlo( in township will
tell at Public t-alu i n HA1 1'Hl'AV thel'Vli itay
d June, ul lu o'ili.ik,isiu., ull that teitulii
house and lot r.l uiiaind MHh therpuiteniu.i
known us the
SMOKL10WN SCHOOL PROPEHTY,
i.llualeim the built pai V of lot No. II, lu the part
uf lllocinsbuig known as llnj kjusvllle. iMdd
srliuol lot being Illiy.flve by loity icel,
Hyuiderol lliolluurd JWM. I'FACOI C
IU,luUllti, Jliu.'3,lk:iHt. Mi let .)