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THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBUllG, COLUMBIA COUNTY,PA.
BLOOMSBUltG. I' A.
Vrlilnj Morning, Srpt. '2, IS?.).
TUB COI.UMIIIAN has tin Imrgeit
Circulation of nny paper pulill.lit d In
Northern Pennsylvania, nntt Is alio a
much larger nheet than an J- of III toleiif
porarleii and It lliererore the best medium
for advertising In title section oftlte Stale
Democratic Standing Committee
A meeting of tlio Democratic Stand
ing Comratttco will bo held nl tlio Court
Ilousoon Monday, September Gth 1S70,
for tho transaction of lmpurhinl busi
ness. A full ntlendanco is earnestly re
quested. A meeting at tlio Minn time and place
ot tlio delegates who represented Sugar
loaf, Greenwood, Scott and tho Blooms
burg Districts is requested, to nomlnato
candidates for tho ofllco of Poor Com
missioners. WM. B. KOONS,
Stamp Dutios &c.
Tho Republican, a few weeks ago,
published an articloshowing n reduction
of Taxes, which fa so erroneous, and so
opt to mislead tho public that wo take
tho liberty of correcting it. Through
tho kindness of Col. Samuel Knorr, As
scssor of Internal Revenuo for this Dis
trict, wo have obtained tho necessary
documents nnd facts ; and wo may hero
ndd that however much wo may differ
from Col. Knorr In political opinion, in
tho administration of his ofllco wo havo
nl ways found him courteous, just and
The amended Tariff goes into opera
tion, as stated, January 1st, 1871, but a
portion of tho Internal Tax laws take
effect October 1st, and others not until
May 1st, 1S71. Wo classify each.
Tho taxc3 which wo shall bo wholly
relieved from in October next aro as
On carriages of every description, $0
to $10 each.
On watches, $1 to $2 each.
On billiard tables, J10 each.
On silver plalo of all kinds, 5 cents
On gold plate, CO cents per pound.
On passport. $5 each.
On gross receipts, including those of
raiiroaus, steatnooais, canal ooats, anil
all otler vessels, and stages, 2 per cent
On gross receipts of telegraph compa
nies, ferries, bridges and turnpikes, 6
per cent of receipts.
On wholesale dealers, or thoso whoso
sales exceed $25,000 a year, $30 each, $1
additional on every $1,000 of eales ex
Thoso taxes on sales nro all repealed,
except as regards liquor and tobacco.
On banks and bankers, with capital
of $50,000, $100 each, and $2 additional
on every $1,000 of capital nbovo $50,000.
On canned or preserved fish (now paid
by stamps) 2 cents per pound.
On bilb nnd receipts to any amount
and on promissory notes for a less sum
than $100 (now paid by stamp), 2 cents
and 0 cents each.
All other stamps are continued in
On legacies and successions, $1 to $G
each on every $100 of nronertv devised
or inherited, according to tho degreo of
reiaiionsnip. All repcaieu.
Thoso which go into operation Hay
1st, 1871, aro as follows :
On boats, barges, and flats, $5 and $10
On retail dealers, (license tax) $10
On brokers, (license) $50 each.
Hotel keepers, (license) $10 to $300
Auctioneers and pedlars, (licenso) $10
to $50 each.
Claim agents, insuranco agents, real
estate agents, patent right dealers, and
conveyances, $10 each.
Manufacturers, (licenso) $10 each.
Proprietors of theaters, musoums,cir
enses and concert halls, $100 each.
Proprietors of gift enterprises, $150
Xawyers, physicians, architects and
builders, $10 each.
Coffee and spico grinders, $100 each.
Express carriers and agents, $10 each.
Miners, assayers, plumbers, photo
graphers, apothecaries, butchers and
eating houso keepers, $10 each.
All others now chargablo with licenso
tax of any kind, except dealers in spir
its and tobacco aro exempted.
On incomes oxceeding $2,000, for tho
years commencing January 1, 1870, and
January 1, 1871, 2J per cent.
Tho exemptions aro, in addition to
$2,000, all taxes and Interest paid du
ring the year, losses and bad debts,rcnt
or repairs on dwelling houses; and
amount paid for labor to cultivate land
or to conduct any other business from
which income Is deiived.
On dividends of all cornorntlons. for
tho year 1871, including banks, railroad
companies, canal anu turnpiKo compa
nies, trust companies and saving insu
lations, 2 per cent.
This tax may bo paid by tlio compa
nies. Who mav deduct It in dlsbursinir
their dividends to tho individual hold
Tho Democratic Pyramid.
Tho State elections of 1870 havo al
ready formed a lino pyramid of Demo
cratle States. Look at It:
norm uurontiii 20,000
New York. 00,000
Total 231, COO
It thu3 appears that in these six
States there is a Democratic majority
considerably exceeding 200,000 votes.
Tlieso triumphs havo been won over
nnd In desplto of negro suffrago
thickly settled negro districts. Tho Ro
publican pyramid stands thus s Ithoiio
Under that admirable system of leg.
Jslation originated and perfected by the
Jiepubllcan party, It Is entirely posslblo
for every ono of thoso Chineso lately
engaged In scooping out tho eyes and
cutting off tho breasts of certain rolig
ious women at Tien-tain to como over
to tills country and exerclso tho proud
est privilege of tho Amerlcau cltizon.
When tho great benefits Inuring to
thp country from Republican doml
nance nro discussed upon tho stump this
ran, it is to bo hoped this celestial pos
Ibillty will not bo forgotten.
Conohess nt Its last seaslon voted to
peculators 280,000 acres moro of land
belonging to tho people than (hero Is in
Oermany, with Its 45,000,000 of Inhabi
tants. HAiinisnuua has about 800 negro
UUMMSIlUIta, Aug. 20, 1870.
AT Till. COUtlT HOUSE.
Proceedings of n Meeting of tlio Con
ferets fleeted to select n caudtdato for
Hcprcscnlrttlvo for tho District com
posed of tho counties of Columbia nnd
Present, Peter Hughes, Win. Yorks,
of Montour County.
Irani Doir, John A. Kunslon, or Co
On motion of Irani Derr, seconded
by John A Funston, Peter Hughes was
unanimously chosen President of tho
On motion of Wra. York's, "seconded
by Irani Derr, John A. Funston was
unanimously chosen Secretary.
On motion, tlio Conferees proceeded
to ballot for a caudldato with tho fol
Peter Hughes voted forThos. Chalfant.
Win. Yorks " ' "
IrnmDcrr " Hue-li M1 Williams
jonn a. i unston
P. Hughes voted for Thomas Chalfant
Win. Yorks "
Irani Derr " H. M'Wllllams.
John A. I unston " "
P. Hughes voted for Thomas Chalfant,
Wm. Yorks " " "
Irain Derr " David Davis.
John a. 1' unston " '
Irani Derr voted for David
John A. Funston " "
P. Hughes " Tho3. Chalfant
Wm. Yorks " " "
On motion, tlio Confercnco adjourned
to meet again at four o clock p. m.
On ro-asscmbiing tho President called
tho Conference to order, tho counties to
voto first alternately j it was then
moved, to proceed to another ballot.
P. Hughes voted for Thomas Chalfant.
Wm. Yorks " " "
Irani Derr " Michael Brcckbilt.
John A. Funston " "
Iram Dorr voted for Michael Dreckbill.
John A. Funston ' "
P. Hughc3 " Thos. Chalfant.
Wm. Yorks " " "
Peter Hughes voted forThos. Chalfant.
Wm-Yorks " " "
Iram Derr " A. O. Voris.
John A. Funston "
Iram Derr voted for 'A. Q. Voris.
John A. Funston "
P. Huches " Thos. Chalfant.
Wm. Yorks " " "
Peter Hughes voted for TI103. Chalfant.
Wm. Yorks " " "
Iram Derr " Thos. Dutlcr.
John A. Funston " " "
Irani Derr voted for Thos, Duller
John A. ! unston "
P. Huirhcs " Thos. Chalfant
Win. Yorks " " "
Peter Hughes voted for Thos. Chalfant.
v m. vorKs " " "
IrnmDcrr " W. D. Wcldenhomer.
J. A. Fuiiston " " "
Iram Derr for W. D. Wcldcnhamer.
J A Funston " " "
P. Huches " Thos. Chalfant.
Wra. Yorks " " "
Peter Hughes voted for Thos. Chalfant.
Wm. Yorks " " "
Iram Derr " Wm. M'Brido
John A. Funston " " "
voted for Wm. M'Brido.
John A. Funston
Peter Hughes voted forThos. Chalfant.
Wm. Yorks " " "
Iram Derr " Wm. M'Brido
John A, Funston " " "
Iram Derr voted for William M'Brido.
John A. Funston " "
P.Hughes " Thos. Chalfant
After tho sixteenth ballot without a
On motion of Mr. Yorks, seconded
by Mr. Derr, it was
Jlesolved, that tho Confercnco do now
adjourn to meet again on .Monday,
September 5th, at 0110 o'clock p. m.,
in Bloomsburg. Adjourned.
Attest PETER HUGHES.
John A. Funston, President.
Look at tho Record!
THUEC HUNDRED AND FOIITV DE
FAULTING COLLECTORS I
Wo suggest that tho Democratic Con.
grcsslonal Campaign Committee havo
ono hundred thousand copies of Exccu
tlvo Document No. 2G7 printed and
circulated, as tho means of opening tho
eyes of thoso who aro blind to tho
enormities and corruptions of tho pres
ent administration. This -document
is tho reply of Secretary Boutwell to
resolution passed by tho Houso of Reji
rcsentatives on tho 21st of March last
requesting that officer to furnish the
Houso a statement of balances duo
from Collectors of Internal Revenue,
etc. It contains eight solid pages of the
flames of defaulting collectors, in all
three hundred and forty names. Every
ono Is a radical nnd belongs cither to
tho sort which Congress kept In ofllco
by tho Tenuro of Ofllco Bill, under
Johnson's administration, or to that
peculiar class of Gen. Grant's favorites
tho worthies who presented His Excel
Icncy with corner lots, brown ston
houses, fast horses, terrier pups and ci
gars of raro brands. Ten of those do
faulting collectors havo stolon from
tho government $VJ33,113. Nearly si.
millions of dollars of tho people's taxes
havo been deliberately fobbed by theso
unanolnted rascals, whilst tho remain
lug three hundred and thirty did not
dip quito &o deep Into "Undo Sam'i
strong box," but carried off enough to
mako them comfortablo for life. Not
ono of theso defaulters has been prose
cuted, but nil nro permitted to enjoy
their ill gotten gain in undisturbed so-
curity. A fow civil suits havo been
brought, but not a Bliiclo criminal
prosocutlon. Ad this Is tho honest,
economical nnd impartial ndmlnlstnv
tion of tho government, which wowero
to havo under U. S. Grant. Tlio "For
ty Thieves" of tho Arublan Nights had
their Sesame, but tho magic word of tho
Threo Hundred nnd Forty who havo
despoiled tho government, Is Loyalty.
It would bo disloyal to touch a hair pf
their sacred heads. Only tlio "trooly
loll" may approach them and nssoclato
with them. Let the reader obtain u
copy of Exccutlvo Document No. 207,
and verify for himself what Is hero sot
down, Morning Patriot,
KwTun Columbian '.Dear Str1
eco In a lato lssuo of your paper that n
patent has. been granted to J. R. Fans
for 1111 improved method of oiling bug
gy nnd wagon felloes. It occurs to mo
that this is a much needed invention.
Why it lias not been brought about long
cro this, is certainly n mystery to 1110.
Tho advantages derived from oiling,
evidently aro obvious to overy sauo In
dividual. Tho oiling of felloes Itself is
not a now thing. Tho subject has been
agitated through tho columns of tho
papers for tho past twenty years. Diff
erent methods havo boon in use, all of
which would require from two to three
weeks to saturate tho wood thoroughly
with oil. But it is claimed by tho In
ventor that by this method it can bo
dono moro thoroughly in ono hour than
it can bo dono by any other method in
weeks. Ho also claims that ho has
himself been oiling for somo eight
years. Ho has invariably guaranteed
Ills wheels with oiled felloes to nil of
his customers nnd lias agreed to bear
nil expenses of tiro cutting. Ho states
that ho has nover heard of a tiro com
ing loose 011 any of' tlio' felloes of which
ho saturated thoroughly with oil.
Tho reason of tho tiro not coming
looso is simply this. Tho rim of the
wheel necessarily Is moro exposed than
any portion of tho wagon. Now, when
It Is not oiled, tho water as a necessary
consequenco must .penctrato Into tho
wood. When it becomes thoroughly
saturated with water it evidently must
expand. Tho expansion of tho wood
causes tho spokes to spring crooked and
dishes tho wheel. After tho rim bo
conies dry it leaves tho spokes in 1111
imperfect position, and tho tiro loose.
If tho rim is thoroughly saturated
with oil it prevents tho water from
penetrating Into tlio wood and conse
quently provents nil expansion and
contraction. Tho tiro as 11 necessary
consequence must remain tight.
dipt. Charles B. Brockwny, editor of
tlio Loiumbian ami n gaiiant soitucr du
ring tho lato war, has been nominated
by tho Democracy of Columbia county
as their cholco for Congress In that Dis
trict. It is to bo hoped that tho Con
gressional conference will ratify his
nomination and thus insure a Demo
cratic representative from Mercur'f
district. Brockway Is a young, vigor
ous representative Democrat and his
election will assuredly follow his nomi
nation. Mauch Chunk Times.
Democratic Editors Popular.
Ablo and conscientious Democratic edi
tors need not complain that they are
not appreciated by their people. John
B. Bratton, of tho Carlisle Volunteer,
has just beaten two opponents in a race
for Congress, on tho Crawford County
System, in Cumberland County ; C. B.
Brockway, of tho Bloomsburg Columbi
an, has been declared tho choice of tho
Columbia County Democracy for Con
gress, nnd P. Gray Meek, of tho Bello
fontc Watchman, has been ro-nomiuated
for tho Legislature lu Centra county.
Tho threo gentlemen named publish
ilrst-class nowspapers, and they are
worthy of tho conlidonco and support
of tho people. Lancaster Intelligencer,
Capt. C. B. Brockway, editor of the
Columbian, has been nominated by the
Democracy of Columbia county, for
Congress. Should tho Captain receive
tho district endorsement, ho will make
a leader worth following. Should ho
bo elected, no bolder, firmer or more in-
corruptible member would stand on the
floor of Congress. Bdlefonte Watch
man. Capt. C. B. Brockway, editor of the
Columbian, has been nominated by tho
Democracy of Columbia county as a
candidate for Congress, to represent Co
lumbia, urauiord, Wyoming, suiuvan
and Montour counties, subject to tl-o
decision of tlio District Conference.
This is a deserved compliment to nu
ablo and worthy young man. Captain
urocKway mauo somo toning speeches
in this county two years Miicc Ifnwic
Tho Democrats of Columbia county
hnvo nominated Capt. O. B. Brockwoy
lor congress, subject to tho decision of
tho District Convention. Mr. Brock
way is a very clever young gentleman,
and was a good soldier. J'ittston Gaz.
Wo notice that Capt. C. B. Brockway
of tho Bloomsburg Columbian, has been
nominated for Congress by the Democ
racy of Columbia county. If ho gets
tho District nomination, ho will no
doubt ho elected. Wo offer our best
wishes for his political success, and
would say that tho Captain will present
quito n manly contrast to tho majority
of tho thick headed Radical solons who
inhabit tho Congressional Halls. Ga
zette & Democrat.
Our friend Capt. C. B. Brockway, ed
itor of tho Columbian, Bloomsburg, Pa.
lias been nominated for Congress by
tho Democracy of tho Buckalow Dis
trict. Captain Brockway is a worthy
and ablo gentleman, nnd wo would wish
him success if ho had not got Into such
a bad crowd as tho Democratic party.
Sllddletowu, (N. Y.,) JCcenlng Press.
Again has tho issiio between tho no
gro mid tho cupel-bagger been mado in
a Republican Stato Convention, and
again has tho negro carried off tho nom
ination against his whito opposer. In
tho Florida Republican Stato Conven
tion, Hamilton, tho sitting member,
was defeated for a renomlnatlon, and a
negro put forth as tho ofllclal candidate
So far, tiio Republican party South.lias
nominated ilvo Congressmen, and four
out of tho tlvo nro black. Having tlio
votes tho negroes think they ought to
havo tho oftlcos. In tho exceedingly
Improbablo ctso of a Radical victory
this fall, how speckled tho next house
A I'oreion paper contains tills ad
vertlsemont. Lost, stolen or mislaid,
n ! rench Princo, fourteen years of ago,
of trauquil temperament, wears red
trowscrs, nud carries n bullet In his
pocket. Was last scon going homo,
from a baptism of flro. Is supposed nl
Paris to bo in Mctzj Is supposed at
Mctz to bo In Paris j Is supposed at oth
or places to bo in London. Any Infor
mation concerning liim will bo received
with tho greatest indlffercnco by tho
We confidently deny the rumor that
Governor Qcary has been Invited to on
tcr tho sorvlco of tlio Khldlvo of Egypt
to command a brigado of Mamolukca
Tho Khldlvo Is n very Jealous man, nnd
ho is always caroful nover to have for
his subordinates men of bewildering
military genius. Bosldcs this, tho
Khldlvo wants strategists, and not
dashing olllccrs whoso striking peculi
arities nro reckless personal courago and
an insatiabio thirst for goro. So Gover
nor Geary will bo sparod to liis nativo
land, and will remain a standing argu
ment in tho British Cabinet against a
war witli tho United States.
Plain hanging don't suit Westorn
reporters. They tell of a man's "spirit
being choked out of his mortal cas
ket at tho end of tho hang-man's cord,'
Till: WAlt IN EUROPE,
Fronoh War News.
Paris, August 23. Tho cholera epi
demic has broken out lu tho Prussian
camp at Metz.
Paris, August 21. A dispatch from
Mezlarcs, dated yesterday afternoon,
contains tho following:
Tho vcslslcnco of Marshal Bazalne,
even with the small forces under Ills
command, prevented tho ndvnneo of
tho Prussians until tho organization
and preparation of McMnhon's largo
army was entirely completed.
London, Aug. 21 Noon. Tho fol
lowing dispatch from Paris contnins
tho very latest Intelligence from tho
seat of war :
Mctz is entirely isolated. Tho Prus
sians nro strong on tho west in that
General Fallly, who was in command
nt Chalons, Is still thcro ; but tho new
disposition is superseded.
General McMahon is strongly posted
In tho plains beforo Chalons, with
heavy detachments nt St. Minchold,
Verdun nnd Rheims.
McMahon has ono hundred and sov-cnty-llvo
thousnnd men under his com
maud, well supplied with food, ammu
nition and nrtlllory.
Tlio sharpshooters aro hastening to
Paris, August 25. Tho garrison at
Toul bravely holds out. Tho Prussian
bombardments aro returned spiritedly.
Tho garrison nre confident, and have
effected n sortie, and inflicted a loss of
seven hundred upon their Prussian bo
siegers. Paris, August 20. Tho last news
from Strasbourg is that six persons
havo been killed sixteen houses burnt,
and tho Cathedral slightly damaged.
Tho people tako refuge In their cellars.
Tho flro from tho town has killed n
largo number of tho besiegers. As
many spies still lurk In.tho city, tho
Commandant has ordered the soldries
to shoot nny persons seen on the roofs,
Tho open town of Kehl, on the German
side of tho Rhino lias been nearly razed
to tho ground by shells thrown by tho
French from Strasbourg.
Paris, Aug. 20. Pfalzburg contin
ues its heroic defense. A church nnd
twenty-ono houses havo hecu destroyed
by tho enemy's shells, nnd tho garrison
havo repulsed two assaults, in which
tho Prussians lost 1,500 men. Tho town
is well supplied with provision nnd
munitions of war. It lias been sum
moned to repeatedly to capitulate; but
its commander replies lie will blow tho
placo up first.
Paris, August 2S, via Brussels. Tho
sieges of Strasburg, Toul, Thlonvillo,
and Mctz havo mado no progress. Tho
capitulation of Bazaino for want of sup
plies is expected.
London, August 23. Tho statement
of tho Opinion Rationale that Stein
metz was badly defeated on August 22,
and Princo Charles on tho 21th, is not
confirmed. Privnto telegrams from
Berlin say Hint tho Prussians havo 300,
000 troops along tho lino ofTailway,
ready to movo across tho Rhino to rein
forco either of tho German armies in
caso of defeat. Prussia cannot move
theso troops to tho front yet, owing to
tbo difficulty of feeding sueh reserves.
Tho King and Crowti Princo advanco
rapidly on Paris, where immenso prep
arations nro mado for defence. Fifteen
hundred guns aro lu position, and pro
visions accumulated for throe months,
but thcro aro loud complaints from tho
Inhabitants becauso tho Crown Princo
has been allowed to advanco unopposed.
Thero is talk of moving tho govern
ment to Lyons, with tbo vast army
Wo havo no tidings of Bazaino or
McMahon. It is believed tlio latter is
endeavoring toreliovo Bazaino nt Metz.
Tho followiug news from tho French
War Office Is Just received lioro: Nearly
nino hundred thousand men nro now in
tho trianglo formed by lines running
froraRheltns to Rothel.ind Vouz!erc3.
Bazaino is not shut up. Ho has ono
hundred and twenty thousand men and
M'Mahon is ono hundred and eighty
thousand strong. They aro stealing
two marches on'tho Princo Royal, who
is two days ahead of Princo Frederick
Charles. It is hoped that tho latter
cannot como up in time. Fifty thou
sand men left Paris on Monday for tlio
vicinity of Rethel. It is said thoPrus
slan forco thero i3 flvo hundred thou
Brussels, August 30.-Bclgian troops
aro hastening to tho frontier from all
quarters. A great battlo between tho
French nnd Prussians is apparently im
minent, and tho services of Bolglnn
troops will no doubt bo necessary to
protect tlio country from Invasion.
Paris, August 30. General M'Mahon
has u forco estimated nt a hundred nnd
eighty thousand, whilo Bazaino has a
hundred thousand. Tho thirteenth
corps of fifty thousand, recruited In
tliiseity.has left Pariw tojoin M'Mahon.
Princo Frederick Charles' army is cs
timated at a hundred thousand, Stein
melz'sono hundred and twenty thou-
sand, rind tho total forco of tho Crown
Princo ono hundred and fifty thousand.
M'Mahon isoporatlngngalnst Frederick
Charles' and Stelnmetz's nrmles nnd
hopes to Join IUzaino nnd strike a blow
beforo tho Crown Princo arrives.
M'Mahon lias forty-eight hours start of
It Is affirmed that King William,
Willi an important forco, is still march
Ing by tlio Upper Marno nnd Mouse.
It is said tho government has decided
to rcmovo tho Ministries of War and
tho Interior from Paris. Advices from
1110 department of Bas-Rhino stato
that tho Prussians havo raised thoslego
of Scmettstadt and gone north.
Paiiis, Augnst 30 ovenlng. Tho
railroad trains between Brussels nnd
Farls stopped running to-day.
It is reported from tlio Belgian fron
tier that there has been fighting to-day
along tho frontier from Montmedy to
Prussian War Nows. ,
London, August 21. A special dis-
patch, received lu this city to-day from
Berlin, gays a great popular movement
is on foot toeccuro for tlio Liberal Party
on influential voico in tho settlement of
terms of pence, and to conveno tho
German Parliament, to glvooxprcsslon
to tho feeling of tho people, to whoso
energy nnd patriotism everything Is
Berlin, August 25. Tho following
official bulletin from tho Prussian army
headquarters, lias been received at the
war ofllco In tills city.
Tho crown princo of Prussia is near
Chalons. Tho enemy evacuated his
camp at Chalona-sur-Marne, Tlio head
of tho Prussian columns has advanced I
beyond tho camp destroyed by the
French nrmy, and is now continuing
its onward march.
Carlsruhi:, Aug. 0, via London,
Aug. 20, 1 r. M. Heavy fighting urni
mcnccd Inst night nt tho town of Ste
nay, ten miles from Montmedy, in tlio
direction of Vouzlcrs. Tho Prussians
cut tho railway between Chnuvonges
ond Lainoullly. Tho wounded aro
brought to Montmedy. Tho gates of
tho city havo been closed. An assault
is momentarily expected.
London, August 20-10 P. M. Tho
Prussian cavalry is reported nt Doulo
vnnt, St. Remy, Brlcnnc, Lnudres and
Chateau-Thierry, (tho latter a station
on tho Eastern Railroad, fifty miles
from Paris.) Le Sicelc, contemplating
tho probability of a bombardment of
Paris, urgently recommends tho remov
al of tho pictures from tho gallcrio? of
tho Louvro and tho books from tho Im
Washington, August 20. Tho fol
lowing telegram was received hero to
day, addressed to Baron Gcrolt:
Berlin, August 20. Minister of tho
North German Union. Tho incident
mentioned in tho telegram of August
22 has recurred twlco since. Captain
Rochow, sent by General Alvcnslcbcn
to Toul, with a flag of truce, has been
received with shots, and a trumpeter
accompanying another flag of truco lias
You will lodgo n protest witli the
United States Governmentngninst theso
repeated violations of international
law, and deciaro that wo shall bo hence
forth in tho impossibility of sending
flags of truco to a nation whoso soldiers
havo lost in Africa, China, and Mexico
all recollection of tho usages of civiliz
ed warfare. Von Tiuli:.
London, Aug. 20. Tlio Times lias
the following resume of tho situation:
King William, leaving a suffcicnt forco
beforo Metz, where thosiego works rise
liko exhalatlous, Joined tho Crown
Prince, who was pushing on for Paris.
Tlio movements of Marshal McMahon
begin now to bo intelligible. A fugitive
from Wocrth, nvoidiug Metz, ho passed
through tho Vosges nnd Moselle, to
Nancy, and to Chalons, where ho wns
reinforced by tho Garde Mobile and tho
volunteers. His obvious aim has been
to bar the passages and prevent tho ad
vance of tho Crown Princo on Paris.
Affecting to disregard him, tho Crown
Princo moved on his flank past tho
camp nt Chalons, offering McMahon
battle, which the latter declined, re
treating on Rheims,leavingtho Chaloi a
camp all to tlio Prussians. Since that
timo Rheims itself has been abandoned.
Tho obvious motive throughout on tho
part of tho French has been to avoid a
light. Tlio Prussians uro now within a
short inarch ot Paris, where, perhaps,
somo slight additional resistance may
Berlin, Aug. 27. A note lias been
nddressed from Berlin to all envoys of
Prussia in regard to a flag of truco sent
into tho Freuch lines, asking n cessation
of hostilities to bury the dead, which
truco was refused and the flag insulted
on three different occasions.
London, Aug. 2S. Tlio following
official despatch is dated Bar-lo-Duc on
Friday night, and it comes via Berlin :
"Tho garrison of Vitry-lo Francals
surrendered on Thursday morning. Tho
Prussians captured sixteen guns. Two
battalions of tho French Gnrdo, Mobile
were annihilated by Prussian cavalry.
Seventeen French offlccis and eight
hundred and fifty soldiers were captur
ed. Tbo Prussians had ono major so-
vercly and threo troopers slightly woun
Auc . 20. A dlsnatch from Arlon. in
Luxembourg, of Sunday evening, says
mat ligimng nau been in progress at
Dun. near tho Belgian frontier, nil ilnv.
tho firing continuing until lato into tho
night. An official dispatch from Paris,
taken In connection with this, indicates
a movement of tho Prussians from
about Chalons and tho valley of tho
Aubo to the northward, by way of
Suippes, Hommepy, Monthois, toward
Vouzicrs and Rethel, within n fow
milos of tho sccno of tho reported fight
ing. A London teleeram of vcstcrd.iv
morning nnnounces n concentration of
l-russians in tho valley of tho Aubo to
ward Sommepy. Another dispatch says
that tho Prussian lancers occunv Mont-
mcdy, which lies to tho northward of
Dun, nnd nearer tho Belgian frontier.
A London dispatch says the reported
victory of tho French on tho Mouse,
referringto tho report of aropulso of tho
Prussians at Verdun, probably, is de
nied, the French representing that Mc
Mahon is not ready to fight. Tho Land
wehr, says a London telegram, are In
vesting Thlonvillo. A London ilisnntpli
says tho Emperor's head-quarters were
at vouzicrs. Tho same dispatch snyi
tho Crown Princo is moving northward
and will encounter McMuhon west of
Rheims and Epernay. Twenty-fivo
thousand Germans passed Jolnvillo in
tho direction of Wassy and Montieren
der, on toward tho valleys of tho Murno
and Aubo respectively. A forco of SO,
000 cavalry passed through Chalons
going toward Epernay.
Gen. Trochu lias ordered nil natives
of tho countries now at war with Franto
not naturalized citizens to leavo Paris
nnd tho department of the Seine within
threo days, under pain of trial by mill
tnry law, unle.-s special permission to
remain Is received from tlio Governor
of Paris tho General himself. The
Moniteur of yesterday contains an nrtie
lo acknowledging that tho road to Paris
Is open, and that, according to tho daily
progress of the invaders, six doys would
bring them to tho cltyj their scouts
might nrrlvo sooner. Tho Minister of
Agriculturo nnd Commcrco mado n
statement of tho resources of tho city In
tho way of food. FJour, rice, potatoes
and fresh vegetables of all sorts wero
in auundanco. toirethor with snlt nnrir
nud fish, and live stock, with supplies
10 susium mem in caso or Blego, nnd
salt, spices, and coffeo nnd sugar; In
short, enouirli to sunnort tlio nnnnlnHnn
through a threo months' siege.
LONDON. Auir. 30 It was rnnnrloil
soveral days ago that Princo Frederick
Charles wonld return nnd r?n In mir-mit
of M'Mahon, nnd this report seems to
00 gaining strength, it Is supposed that
tho Princo lias boon thus led in ilmvirt
from tho original plan of operations bo-
causo ms lino orcommunicatlons would
bo seriously endangered with fin lnrrn
nn orray in his rear.
BERLIN. Amr. 30 A Prussian nmelnl
bulletin chnrccs that all tholnlnlll ironnn
published in Paris as being telegraphod
from Marshal Bazaino is manufactured
In Paris. It is imnosslblo that nilfli In.
formation could bo disnntohml In Pii-Ij
by any routo as all Bazaiuo's channels
of communication have cither been de
stroyed or nro In possession of tho Prus
sians. Tho Prussian uuthorltlos con
sider that their statement of tho lmpos
slblllty of communication from Metz is
conclusive proof of tho fabrication of
nil dispatches, through French official
resources, relative to tho movements of
Bazaino around Mctz.
Htuttoart, Aug. !10. Information
received hero to-day Htntes that tho
garrison nt Strasburg are on tho cvo of
Beulin, Aug. 30. Tho French nrmy
under General M'Mahon Is to day en
gaged with tho Fourth Pru-'slan nrmy
corps, under tho Princo of Saxony.
Biiussels, Aug. 31, via London,
Sept. 1st, 12:30 a, 111. ThoKIngof Prus
sia has sent tho following telegram to
Oucen Augustn: Vnrrennes, Aug. 30th
Tho Crown Princo lias been in action
with tho ltli, 12th, and 17th, corps nnd
tho 1-ltli Bavarian. McMahon was bea
ten and driven beyond tho Mruse.
Twelvoguns, soven thousand prisoners,
and materials of war wero captured."
Montreal, Ontario, Aug. 21. Im
mense fires nro raging in tho woods back
of tho village of Ashton. Tlio village
lias been saved by cutting down trees to
mako a gap between tho woods and tlio
village. Tho devastation is great. Be
tween Ashton nnd Stotesvillo only ono
or two houses aro left unburncd.
Providence, R. I., Aug. 21. A ser
ious riot occurred last evening in loll
River, whero tho spinners nro on a
strike. A crowd of about 1,000 nssem
bled near Durfeo Mill to nssnult tho
workmen as they camo out, 03 was dono
tho previous evening. Tho Police could
not dNperso tho mob. Ono or two offi
ccrs wero knocked senseless with stones
Tho Fire Department was called, and
played water upon tho crowd.
Peoria, Illinois, Aug. 25. Threo
girls aged fourteen, eleven nud nine
years broko jail hero last night. They
climbed through a small window in the
garret and lowered themselves to the
ground, a distance of forty feet, by
means of a clothes line.
Montrose, N. Y., Aug. 20. A terri
ble storm of thunder and lightning pre
vailed along tho Hudson river last
night. Awful disasters by lightning
nro reported. At Kingston five per
sons were killed by 0110 stroke Reports
of fires caused by lightning nro cjniiiig
in from all quarters.
St. Lours, Aug. 20 Two men, mask
ed anil otherwise disguised, enteied tho
United States Fxpre-w car of tho Mis
-oiirl-Pjclilo train, duo here at 0 o'clock
this morning, at Scott's Station, nbout
soven miles west of Jefferson City, made
a furious onslaught on the messenger,
John Cleveland, beat him severely and
bound and gagged him. They then
robbed the safo of $10,800 in money,
mid, as tlio train approached Jefferson
City, jumped off and escaped. No cluo
has yet been ascertained us to who the
Another Worth Carolina.
War is proclaimed against tho poo
plo of another Southern State. Thero
is now beforo us n proclamation bearing
datothol2lh inst., in which Harrison
Reed, Governor of Florida, threatens
tho peoplo unhappily under ids author
ity with martial law. Tho pretext is,
of course, tho uppearauco in Florida of
tho Grand Sanguinary IUghcockaloruni
of tho Ku-Klux-Klan ; and tho real
object, equally of course, the overawing
of tho election by armed force. "Tho
seditious teachings of an unprincipled
press," says this Governor, "and th(
treasonable appeals of prominent oppo
ncnts of tho Stato governments," havo
brought out tho Highcockalorum, nnd
to nii him in tho bud "Ishall be driven
to a resort which I fain would avoid.'
To justify this declaration of hostilities,
ho goes on to say : "Tho peoplo of tho
State, upon whom rest tho responsibll
ity and tho odium of tho present eon
dltlon of things, nre sufficiently intel
ligent to fully understand tho causes
which havo led to tho singularly largo
number of murdersand outrage which
havo been perpetrated and gono un
punished "within the last eighteen
months." Now mark how plain a talo
will put this fellow down. He charges
that thcro hovo been nn immenso
number of unpunished outrages in
Florida "within tho Inst eighteen
months," or slnco January, 1809, nnd
yet in his mess-ago to tho Legislature,
In Jnuuory of this present year, ho dis
tinctly says: "I congrntulato you on
tho favorable auspices under which you
again assemble to legislate upon inter
csts of tho commonwealth. During no
period of tho history of tho Stato has
thero been moro marked improvement
nnd general prosperity than in tho year
just passed, and never have the laws been
more generally and efficiently executed.
In several counties organized bauds of
lawless men havo conspired to overuwo
tho civil authorities, and ninny acts of
vlolenco havo occurred. But thoso
havo been incidental to tho Stuto lu all
its past history, and arise los, perhaps,
from special enmity to tho present form
of government than from opposition to
tho restraints of law in general." This
statement, madulu January, 1870, that
tho laws havo been efficiently executed,
and that thcro has been 110 moro crime
In Florida than Is Incident to any ordi
nary government, Is singularly Incon
sistent with tlio claim now put forth
that slnco Janunry, 1809, theBanguinnry
Ku-Klux hnvo been ravaging tho Stato.
Tho proclamation has the brand of faUo
hood stumped upon it by its own uu-
thor; but tho mendacity of this move
ment Is not its most significant point.
Iloldcn declared that Grant backed
him In Ills war upon tho peoplo of
isorth Carolina, nud It becomes.n ques
tion whether, In hopes of better luck
next timo, tho President is not now
instigating Governor Reed. A'ew York
John T. Alexander, tho cront Illi
nois farmer, owns 31.000,000 acres of
land, worth $1,C85,000, has $50,000 worth
of implements, pays $78,800 wages an
nually, nnd sold Inst year$103,-100 worth
of livo stock, besides grain, etc.
1 l,1nAIi-:K?J 1 N'J , "1 oombu rC. August SSth.
iiov M ! iC0 01 1 vla r.wniberK. Ekq., by
i tho rethlenco of Davia Lowniberif.Ekq., by
IoomuurB ' Jiamielto Kuhiu, of
nl8,7,r.S,lmIIf'r '"my obligations to Mr. and
Mr. Rubin lorn boumiful kuily or cxoul.lte
ww Jinx cuke. Blartlnu outun tlivy Uolu un.w
I'Hlli. H nuirurn wtll lor tlio fuiuio thai before
lliry commence the Journey of life together llivy
no kindly remember the rlnlcr. Our be wUU
UA.V,HT;I';y'ANS-0n Bftlurdny.tho 27th Ull.,by
ey. N. HKor at Otugo life, Mr. u L. iJuvfa
to UU LlfiubeUii i.vau, all olUeuUiu.
Whrnt !cr luiMtcl
.... 1 0
.... 10 ll
Flour per linrrel
sides nud Hhouldeis
Uinl per pound
liny per I on -
No. 1 Hcntch pig
No. 2 " "
Hemlock llorml per thountnd feet.......
lttio " " (one lucll
I,,U( Kf-ntttltmr. lMnnk. (HemloclEl H
HlilnglPH, No. Fper thousand
Hiding " " n. r.-.'.:::'.'.'..!
Northwestern Mipcrnnont i
Western, do, do
WHIIAT lVunylauln red, hug
Hmilheru " "
Western " "
IIvk l'ennyiviuilii rye, V hns
Cons Yellow, "
1'KOVISIONS Altss I'ork.v bbl
. Mess Reef, "
Dieted Ilott, V)
Smoked Hams "
"f Wioulders V "
imi u. r u
SEM13 Cloverseed V bu ,
j imotiiyfcceu n uus
Cattle Iieef Cattle,
Cows, & head
HltEEP T lb
linos Ts mi fcs
Proposals will be received nt our ofllco until
September 15th, for building a IlriUgi) over Hem-
.-riw.lr lit 1 1 r.mlnrlf Inwiislll l. Ilt'ftr H V'l VesttT
rurseir. Abutments to bo 5 feet high. Ilridge
to liutho same as Iho canal brldgo nt Rupelt,
nnd to hettl led long, l-'or fuither pmtloulnrs
apply a- tho Commissioners' Oillce. Proposals
to uo openod on lith Inst,
WM. . QUICK, V
CYlltIM KOIIIIINS, J
Attest wai. KiucKnAi.'si, uicnt.
J.J r.STATE lit' JOIIK (lEAlllIAItT, PEC'n.
,.ltii-w tnil.itmmtiil-v no Mm -estilte of John
(Icnrhart, lata of Main township, Columbia
e unity deceased, havo beeu eralited by the
Itcisicr oi Mil - couniy lu juiui u, ui.iiiut.
iir Mnln tnu-iiKliltt. Cut. co. All i.erHOlis hav
ing claims ngitu-tthe esialonre requested to
on-sent them to tho L.wutor in Main
lowushlp. Thoso IndebUd to iho estate either on
uoie, juiigineui, morigiiso ur iiuiiit nnjuuni, ....
make pajmeul lo thu hxei ulor without delay.
AXON CJ KEEN.
r.riiri.tiT will nrit 111 li (?ntti Isi th.'iii miv
oilier iiuMiivi'li wUH'uint twice nn mucli burfacc
(old iiY ALL ntiAixns in
V A I N T S .
J. 11. WKEKS tt CO., Munufnclurcra,
I'H NOHTIt ITU STIll'.KT, I'll 1 LA PET I'll I A,
i VOIU UUACICS. A victim of i-urly lndlscre
A tlon, niuHln nervous debility, preniuturo t'e
l iv, tic, lin v 1 11 1 tried in vnln overy advertised
remedv, hns u Mmplo menniM Kelf-curo, which
lie will semi freo to his fellow-MUIeicr.. Addrt'Mi
iyY(!IIOMANCY, l-'ASUI v ATIO v OH SOUL
J CHAKM1NO. HH)p.ifjfs; cloth. This wonder-
nu imjoi; n;is mil niMriicuous 10 en-tuia mo rtmu
cr to iiLstdnnta eltht-r nex.or nm unltnnl nt will.
MeMinerlui,. spiritualism, and hundreds of other
eurious exneiimem1, il euu uu ouiuineu ny
sptulitiK address, with ID ei nts postage, to T.
a , iNo. u ro, r.igmnni., I'uiiaueipoia,
tiiu ih:-st in tiii: country.
N E W Y O K K OBS E K V E K,
3 PKR ANNUM.
ONI! MONTH I'RKi: ON TRIAL.
HIDNKY I.'. MOR.SU, JR., .1 CO.,
37 l'Aiii: Row, flKw York,
IV A N T 13 1). Lands in Pennsylvania for
tl cash nnd good stocks. TOWNSUN1) 1IRO-J.,
I CHANCi; HIXDOM OFri:ili:DI I own in
A teresf. In one .if Iho best Silver Mines of the
uav, developing, Ac, near ueorgetowu, col. Can
Mitisly you ol Its undoubted nluo ns n good In.
vestluint nnd n naing one. Ilest of relurnces
given. I wish to sell one-hnlt ol It ten cheap
jur crirt. Addres! my Att'ys, TOWN8UNU
lillOi., 131 i-outu Third streu, Philadelphia.
Oi nn nnn inhix montiiscio bo mado
V J UU.UUU by a burewd nnd rellablo man in
n suie, sato business. Anjnvetmcnt ofSii will
reiuru ueu-ar proumi ei.i. ror particulars can
nn i.r lOldless the NOill'U AMlillIRN PIC
TUIti: CO., No. W Nassau Hireet, New York.
TBWSPAl'i:R ADVEIflSINO. A New Rook
n oi r.s pages, l-nco .in els. by mull. AJ112RI.
CAN NEWS CO., Now York.
TO TUB NERVOUS.
Tho natural result of exhaustion of strcngtl
bv excessive labor or action, lsa fcetlni- or weak.
ness. dullness, heaviness, wodrlnes, languor of
in iimiy ur iiiiuu,.r. i ersons oi nweait consti
tution, or whose habits are sedentary, frequently
vuiiii'n.wi m uu- it-iitieu eouuiiionoi me vuai
energies : nud when licrsons of n nervous tern-
nernineut nro thus weakened nnd ilehilltuiptl.
dlsu iso Inevitably follows, unless It is nt once
.-mi-Leu aim overcome. jn wno suner irom
thoso causes nllko requlio n remedy which will
strengthen tho svsioui without exciting it. mm
awake a feeling of true enjoyment, so Unit Ufo
. .,. .. .. 1 10 m pleasure. licsiii.r.ii'
iinm iuiir.in mis won uu way inio inocon
tideuce of thousnuds or Hits class of persons,
who warmly endorse It ns the best Invigorating
ngent, nnd tho inosi potent and geuliu of nil
tonics md nlterailves lor strengthening and ro
storing the rhyslcul constitution.
gEYEN KEASONS WHY
Is TUB 118ST I.INIME.NT JN THE WOULD
v on ii o r s r. s .
I'li'ST. It Is composed of tho most powrrpui.
uu.. i i.r.iiivu.Mi iimuus icnowu in uheinisir
HKr " II. Coin bill! II Willi Iho nlmvn l n
ci.vai, on., made expressly Tor this I.lnlmont.
nud mixed bvnn eiitirelv i..w nr..., '
TmiiD. riiouseot the jwieeriidind penetrating
.......o.ii. t-iii iii i, t, ur iiiri-o in nils ueauilltll
MumriNAL On., which lubricates tho Joints nud
muse es. nnd ltnnieiliulelv tlir,oil..u tlm .nu..nDA
and compels Ii to loosen its deathly, sickening
and poisonous f tugs,
l ouiii ii. inis .MsniciSAt.oir, Is used for the
saiuoioisnn tlmtngo.il merlwnlonlwajs uses
oil to i innkn his machinery work with ease nnd
prOClgtMn. Hll lu llld Rllllft U'lH' llmm.n1n. n,..l
joints of our tiulmals should bo lubricated If wo
wish in ii ivw nieiuiravei wiiu rnpmiiy and ease.
1 Frit. It IS erV SOOlllllll- 111 llw uMInn .trill
not burn or blister the nnlmal liko most of tho
"nil hot" liniments of the day,
Hix. il. Not ono drop ol tincture of cayenne
y lM ' nm no intiiiu hi us composition :
for we hold Hint no liniment can bo elliictlvo
which burns nnd blisters tlio nnlmal until the
muscles aio hard nnd dried altnnst In nrrl.n.
HEVE.NTii.-Kvery botile Is wahkanti i to glvo
h . . . 11 jinir inouey win oo reiunii
ed. lhls shows conclusively that the proprie
tors havo full couttdeneo lu tills preparation,
nud pioves lor the seventh time tlut (J. IS. H.a.
Is the best I.iulment lu the world for horses.
S-o;i7 oie i'.nr Merch'tnt to palm off Tinc
ture of ited J'enntr unit llntlxht.ru i,r ri,..
on ymi.but mk jur O. V. A. N.ur Jlvnet, una take
,";0i''A!iUY& CO., Hole Proprietors,
)t.' i0-lyj 172 Washington street, Now York.
What Doos Koason Say P
Tho llllle mongoose, when bitten by n deadly
serpent resorls to a certulu plant, eats of It. and
escapes tho eUect of the poison, That is Instluct.
Iiuu.au beings on tho oilier hand, must depend
on reason and experience lu selecting tlio means
of protecting health nud llfongnlnst uuwholo-
somo Influences. Now, what docs reason say on
imsvuni sunjeei? Does It not tell us that to
iuvlgorato nnd purify tho system Is tho best
way to protect It ngainst tho luvlslblo poison
iiiiu-u generates uiscn0 7 Purely It does. The
next question Is, what guide shall we follow In
choosing n medicinal safeguard? lleasou re-
piles let your monitor bo experience. Well, tho
experience of eighteen years comprised In ono
unbroken series of sillsfactory testimonials as
sures us that Hostetter'sHtomtcU Hitters poinyw
strengthening, regulating nud uutlseptlo proper-
ues wnicu nro not combined lu the same happy
pioportious in any other preparation extant.
Tills therefore Is tho nulidoto to which reason
bids us resort when our health Is liunerllleil
either by Iho malaria which produces epidemic
disorders, or by nny other causo, whether Inher
ent and constitutional or countcted with our
habits, occupations and pursuits.
tiio venom of u noxious replllo Is scarcely
more subtlo anddaugerous thautuat which lurks
In foul nlr and Impure water. To escape the fe
vers, biIlousdlsorUers.il Isturbauces of the bowels
nnd other serious maladies produced by these
lusalubrlus elements, It is absolutely necessary
that the stomach aud nil the secretive organs
should be, so to speak, lu n robust coudltlou,
upon tno uiuount of roslstuuco which the vital
system cau opposo to the deleterious Influences
that assail It, the safety of tho health depends.
aud It Is because tho uueat yeuetablk invio
ohant linpurts energy uud regularity to the
most Important functions of the body, that 11
cau bo recommended and guaranteed usuu tn-
yaluablo preventive medicine.
,J0 83,0(111 WILL 11 E fll) To AvTT
producing n. Prepuntloti Hhowlnz i.ii.1 EW(N
,. 110 m living Hemline permanrnteures k nl ' .."
... IWMU VKOKrAHMt ItimiMATio UmkSI "W'ntK
... 15 0. tlllo prescription of Prof, Jos.p i.,T1 ci,ij
.... itC ono of Philadelphia's oicl.-,t rcii,m,t'5l U
. 7 i whohasmadoltMeutnaUsmaM,roVWlcliii!
...8 100 permanently curluK with tluV 3.')ri
every 100 patlcnn 1 reated j s V.'S.01? I fi
onth.from Reentered ease, n It 1lei mS
eu. ii i, n picusnni Mal e ne.tro i.A w;" (l
mi, Drmrs (sworn vou-hcr,' f,,"" ' E'W.
jdUOjiif.i) eompnny each I.ottloi. To rrotoiu&,tlllS
hoi 10 ) n '? 1 Bitnriiiitco stnti'ng luimfe P 'ma
, 7.W957.W warranted lo Cure will bo forS?' b'l'
to 2 champ In any person sending by X) wut
".J, truthful description of ease, fn ??':,' hit
1.60 I loeure, ino nuu ii jiaui will l, rw: "uiopi
Seiit'l.y letter 'gratis. Ad lnTft'Mi-S,
Ofllco No. MO South KOlMTIl" ll,, i'TUrf
phln,or No. 701 llUOAInVAY '''"I'M
obtained by druggists. ' ' ' Sold er
r-ei'bfc iw i)
ajiw jhiuk ut me gria ,t "
portnnco. Written Irom a hiEi, ,! L?0'
ologlcal standpoint, by n mRl"?,
nnd medlcnl professor, it show, i?Lr,lilcl"il
working out his subtle and usniSf1"'"
huiovr,. puro.v,ri,nie,rbut z;:i4';''i
enllstin"g"tl,o Inter-esTa, SHiSifSWf
ilil ant iron sts. nnd ll. i iJJ. .' .V? "'. ll 'mi
will contribute tn that end Just In nm. t !""1.
ii. bus millers, a i-ir-..!,,; '." Proportion i?
A SSOCIATE JUDG1J.
Itnko tills method of annnuncinf i.n.
lie, that ut tlio solicitatlii, "f" .V.'SSf
I nave consented to beau Imit S!,,f!,,ll
date fir Associate Judge, '"'"""IwlJ
Ug'J07l)-tl ISAAC'S. .MOSRQ
A DMINISTKATOIV8 NOTICP
Jt F.srATK Of JIISIAll 11. IX-KIIAS nr
ilee'd., hnvo been grunted by Ac ""M''',
county, to Mlclmoi 1 , r.ytrly ot "i l
and those Indebteil to make i.i !
.Mien t ".vFrtLY
lil KHTATK Of S Vl.NT HroPT, 1)1: n
Stmt, Into oi Madlvm lonn,hin i H
county ,ileo'd,havo been gnu i,j t,
i.eucrs lesiameutnrv on uu. .i
olumbla Counly to Murtlu, ti.ut, of Jiinls
rp Columbia county, Pa. u
laims nuulnatthiiestaiuiiri. . "f-r!
Iwp., Ciilumbi.i county. P.i.
them In Iho executrix III i iilui!il,.,ti Z1,
llioso Indebted to the estate clluu ouuott InS
iiiciu, iiiurigiigo or iioni: u uU wiii Kf,
naviiient to tliu lieciinlv mi , i. ""
jNiitlco is Iiereby given thai bonks villi ma.
ed by the CoinmUslonersof tnc llunio kiiKi
nud Muncy Hall Road Co., at me Hndoi S.
ml Harrison, In Huntington toivinliln,Lm'mi
county. Pa., on Thursday, tlio i'itli .lar ofsiv
tcniber, l";n, for threo days In -.uerr-sibg n,
books will bo kept open froin u n rleck !L
until 3 o'clock 1'. M. or each dy, furthonirjS
ot receiving subscription for Mud; In sliJIM
lly order of Commissioners.
W. H. Monroe, Twist',
Secretary of Hoard of t'ummlWouiTi.
ESl'.VTE OT JACOB Titirn mm.
Traub, lato of Illoom twp., Cfilumhiii miuj,
dee'd, liavo heen t;rautciH ttic licKMcroIali
eounty to Jonathan Traub rt'si.iin,' tn (Le Up,
and eounty aforeptaUl. All pi i'f.oii,jatni!ca,raj
against tlm estalo of tho ilffulfin nre rvqwAd
to present them lor heiUi'tutMii. un 1 ili.' ta
debted to tlm osttito to uiuk ti,i mt'iii tu iheao-
uermgueu, aumiimiruior. wuinin im
JOTIO E ,
At the request of a iiimmor or iru-niii,! ai
nouncemv naintMnim lii'ii-pfiulftii ' uqJIJik
lorHht rlll.aniJ rcsnectfu 1 wiiU'lt nn'Mippotto'
tho publlf. AAKON billTH,
Ciimc to tlm iiirinUi'i of Hit !.l))Srib til
Hniiiioek toulishlp, on or nbuit ucu-t i
Whitr Bow, without nnrks. iiio owmrwul
law. 11UMU fcULil.
Ifcmlock, August 19,1-OMf.
'1'hn en.nni InArcliln lipri'tnTi-ri. Mtsticellltl!
name of 1). ev Win. Master, 1 tins da) iliM
oy nun u n l consent, ine Ullsinihsiu ikiw--by
Wm. Masters, Willi whom all ncrooouru
be left, nii.l parties li'dolnul are noun
call mill mulit. ki.llliiienl n.1.1 llunsl Jlalwl
claims uro reouesled to iiu-seni the ssnie
M'll I., ll MAsttli.
Mlllvillo, Aug. 19, 1K0-3I.
AT O T I C E .
Tho co-partnership heretofore nMlniitt
thuameof Kooiih & I.eldy, ul liiU,ipo
county. Pa., has i s duv lie li tlli'ine(iuj"
tnnl consent. All c alms and .soiliimuro"";
bo mado with the new llrm iiudir in;Kl
JI. I.eldy. KUO.Nli & LUBl.
I, .In A ...... ot tn lc-n i...
rniiT.1 oiiii . iiiscii n llL-lr 1YTHE
' B 'ilj'j 111 Li j VX lO 1- X J.i.- -".
tsy no C E N T S J5J
THE WEEKLY I'ATItiOT
CONTAINING rollTY-HIOIIT ,,1ll,!n!'i!.
matter, Political, I.lieraiy, Awloiili".'?
Nows, & irom tho Klrtol hipteiii ii
in iiw, i,iu, ..i i.. isti lor FtitT ten" f
Kllifrln Ltilmcrllinrw Sl'l III 1-luL'S liltiH.''''
cuius or tucnty, and siii.u'ho cuius
Ured (lo ono uildre,.), i J-li In nilvswe "
Liiltors nnd rmprieiors.
isit'iierM lUMiiiiiumui) imi . , r.
I !,.... 1 1. .,(,. I in (111 lifkll'CI v.
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L'veniiti.s Is. ,!.. i.i 1. 1.1 l-tllTll V J IIUPC"" .
t.stlw., ,.lll,,.n lli.lO illllLMlll III Ml'. T
editors without delay. , vTrEIHt'H, .
CIIEKIFl-'S SAL ICS,
ii...,lr nri,....lri. ii-Hlsnrlii' .n i" T-i.
ed out e
r m,,,,,i,.,. u,,i .',il. l:ii. im-iu"""
estate, to wit t
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nine. m-Blnnlng lu Ihe in ' ,. n
II UI1 OI SUlll IWWI1. Uin. ..II. I
nity-six, Ibenco by inekiinii'"'- '
foetlo tt o placo of beginning, "i?'1 ,
heredltnineuls and niipurlejiauii;
neizeu, iiiuen in exei un.-"
tho property of HiruiuHuielln"-
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. ..IIUIIU r. ;
lot nrpiocool gliiunu, ""'". 'f i oluinoa
In OmiieevlllB ill the COUllly l".i .ic
Htnto of l'enusvlvauin, bound ' .,,.,)
ns follows, viz! Uounue on i. r . , JU,i. o
Hsiuuel Coeiusn.ou '1,Aa;Vaii'sef1,t
tlmnlel Hpesr, on Hie north bj is'1 .,rwt e')
Ul Hpenruudim ine wisv ,ui w
uineiiisnnd npiiurieuiuo ,0 lo
the property of Ueo P JIILI
T-k 1 TVf T T. If. fs.
rho undersigned will '"'"IJ'Vulf A' '
all who wish it tho Recipe 4'ud H'!
or preparing and ulijt' laute ly
lai,, t'reeliles, l'lmples. lilo'' ' '.a'ViiilM
I , U. J1U
Am.. II 'lill.1V.
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A liLi Jll.JN.UB y.cJZLV'"
A neatly execnted at Tu C"'
oer niiy-six on uunu mi'i., ,,. iui nu-i'
seventy four and it foiinh feet it
sixty lu i.iuerne counly, then" Ahttiit
slxty-slx nnd u half feet lo uple 1A M .)
day conveyed to too inortsuuets li'iu
Rogers), thence by said Rogr w . .
aiiiiu ijnniierfenio the ei ul re ei i jllt