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THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY.PA.
Friday Mornlti?, Sept. HI, lSIO.
- TI1K OOI.U.HIIIAV lias lilt I.Biqrlt
GlretilMlon of any pnper pulillilit-d In
Northern Pcwuylvanlft, nltit U alio ft
ranch larger sheet thiut nny of llscolcm
pnrarlest ami It therefore Ihehest medium
for atlrertlilnR In thlt section oftlie fltnf e.
To Our Hcadors.
Our conncctlou with tho Columdiak
as lla editor has ccasoil. Wo havo only
tlmoBlnco closing tho bargain for its
sale, toglvo our readers notlco of tho
fact botbro going to prcs, mid will give
thodotalls next week, together with
tho nanjo of tho now editor. Our wholo
attention shall bo given until tho elec
tion to tho Congressional canvas.
McPhcrson'B Hand-book for 1870,
gives us votes In Congress upon import
ant questions at tho last session, and
with Us aid, in connection with tho
Congreslounl Qlobo for former sessions,
wo shall preparo for tho noxt number
of tho Columbian, nn exhibit of Jlr.
Mereur's course and votes in Congress
during his service of sovon years. For
tho present, and referring otily to tho
proceedings of tho last session, wo pro
sent him from tho record upon two
Duty ox Pjcj Ikon: In tho Houso
Representatives, Juuo 0, 180, tho In
ternal Tax Bill being under considera
tion, Mr. Schcnck moved to amend by
adding a now tariff section flxing,amoug
other thing?, tho duty on pig iron at $7
per tou Instead of J9, (tho existing rato
of duty,) which was agreed to. Yeas,
137; Nays, 41; Mr. Mcrcur voting in
Income Tax: In tho Houso of Rep
resentatives Juno 1. 1870, tho Internal
Tax Bill being under consideration, Mr
Cox moved to reduco tho tax on in
comes from flvo to thrco percent, which
was agreed to. Yeas, 11 1 ; Nays, 70 ;
Mercur voting in the negative.
Mr, Potter then moved that tho said
income tax should not contlnuo to bo
collected after tho year 1870, which was
not agreed (o. Yeas, 72; Nays, 107; Mer
cur voting in the negative.
Mr. McCarthy moved to slrlko out
all tho sections relating to income tax,
so that tho tax should bo abolished,'
which motion was not agreed to tho
voto being yeas 01, nays 122, Mcrcur
voting in the negative.
Ho was therefore against abolishing
the tax ; against reducing it from fl to
0 per cent, and against stopping Us col
lection after tho present year.
Xho Murder Trial.
Wo commend to tho attention of tho
peoplo goncrally.but mora especially to
those gentlemen who formed tho jury at
tho recent trial of Richard Palmer, tho
artlclo in tholast Republican in rolatlon
thereto. It says, "Had Palmer who
came up from tho coal regions, charged
with murder, been an Irishman Instead
of a Welshman, it is our opinion that
ho would havo been nllowed to go Scott
free." In other words, gentlomen of
tho jury, this honorable editor con
ceives that you deliberately perjured
yourselves and convicted Palmor not
on tho law and ovldenco produced, but
by reason of his nationality. This
seems to us an insult as outrageous as it
is uncalled for. Thero wore, on that
jury, somo Republicans who now have
an opportunity to sooof what stuff their
leader In this county is made. It may
be a good way to sccuro tho confldenco
of men of your party to accuso them of
tho most flagrant perjury, but wo doubt
Tho editor of tho Republican in his
eagerness to hit the Democratic party
lets neither truth nor decency stand in
his way. To print a sensation artlclo in
his paper he sacrifices everything which
ordinary mortals prizo, honor, truthful
ness and regard for others.
acntlcmenof tho Republican party,
aro you not proud of him, moro espo
ciaKji. wo appeal to, thoso perjured
ones who sat on Palmer'a jury ?
Slough on Grant.
For several weeks wo have practical
ly had no Government. Our festivo
President has been attending horso ra-
ces, smoking cigars at Long Branch,
and enjoying himself gonerally. Tho
heads of the different Departments, fol
lowing tho oxaraplo of their Chief, havo
scattered to tho four quarters oj tho
Union; and. not withstanding the pres.
euro of business jiiome, and tho com
plications abroad, matters of gravo Im
portance aro left to irresponsible clerks
and subordinates at Washington-
So crying has this evil become', that
even the Republican papers havo takeu
up tho question, and.in referenco to tho
recognition of tho French Republic.tho
Now York Times says: "Jules Fuvro
" Is waiting for an answer to his dls
" patch, asking a recognltlonof tho Bo
" public of Franco, as the cable repro
" sents. Ho had better bo informed that
" thero Is no Government of tho United
"States In Washington at present, and
" that ho should address his dispatch to
"the caro of somebody who knows
" where tho Government is. It has not
" been heard from in this region for a
"month or more." Can Democratic
denunciation bo stronger ?
The State FAin. Tho 18th Annu
al Exhibition of tho Pennsylvania
Mtato Agricultural Society will tako
placo on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thura
day and Friday, Soptomber 27, 23, 29,
nuu av, una oius i.ur to do tho uost ono
yet held. Wo hopo that tho citizens of
our county will tnko sufficient Interest
In tho Fair to sond articles for exhibi
tion ana to attend themselves. Tho
premiums are large and comprehensive
and aro worthy of tho competition of
our poopie. uertalnly Columbia coun
ty should bo able to contrlbuto mfao
hlng which would bo entitled to a
prize. Wo havo heard as yet of no steps
being taken to Bend any articles. This
Fair will undoubtedly help our own
County Fair Jn October, especially In
lie matter of Agricultural Machines
and implements, as thoy will bo bout
hero, in preferonco to returning them
to tho agencies and manufactories. Let
our citizens wake up,
Democratic Congressional Confer
ence. Tho Democratic Congressional Con
ferees of thosoveralcoiiiillescoinpoilng
tho 13th Congressional District of Penn
sylvania, met at TuuUhannoek, Wyo
ming county, Pa., on Tuesday, Sept.
Montour 1). P. Crossly, Dr. Kphralni
O. Kester. .
Columbia -C. P.. Mcllonry, W. II.
.Tncoby. , , , .
Wypiutug-D. 1). Dovyitl,.JJj,(hai.
Sullivan- Hdii. James De'egim,' John
Bnulford-Gen. W. K. Barton, Delos
On motion llou. Jnmes Deeg.in was
chosen President. C. B. McHcnry and
Delos Itockwcll worochoscu Secretaries
Tho coufcrees proceeded to nominate
candidates, for Congress.
. II. Jacoby nominated Charles B.
Brockway, of Columbia.
den. W. E. Barton nominated V. 13.
Plolctt, of Bradford.
John A. Slttscr nominated It. R. Lit
tle, of Wyoming.
John O. Wright nbmlnatod Geo. U
Jackson, of Sullivan.
On motion a ballot was taken by call
ing tho coitntloi In alphabetical order.
Tho first ballot resulted as follows:
Plolctt, 2; Brockway, 4; Jackson, 2
On second ballot tho voto was a fol-
lows: Plolctt, 2; Brockway, 2; Jackson
2; Little, 4.
Tho third ballot resulted as follows :
Plolett,2; Brockwny, C; Little, 2.
Tho voto in full was as follows : For
Brockwny, Messrs. McHcnry, JacOby,
Crossley, Kester, Deegan and Wright j
For Plolctt, Messrs. Barton and Rock
well; For Little, Messrs. Dewitt and
On motion tho nomination of Charles
B. Brockway was mado unanimous.
A committee of two, consisting of D,
D. Dewitt and W. E. Barton, wero ap
pointed to inform tho candldato of his
On motion the following lettor from
Col. V. E. Piolett, which was read In
Conferenco,was ordered to be spread up
on tho minutes of tho Confereneo :
To the Oenttemcn constituting the Democratic-
Conference of the Vjth Congres
You will pardon mo for
appearing oeioro you in tins way. tho
deep Interest 1 feel in securimr U'roiiro
sentativo to tho 42nd Congress from tho
latu District, prompts mo to mauo tins
The first object to bo attained in your
meeting, is harmonious action. Who
ever you select as your candidate, will
uuu a great nuvaniago in mo moral
power secured by a unanimous nomi
nation. To enablo you to reach action
of this character, gentlemen named as
canuiuate3 iy tno suvorai counties, must
oo unsciusn, anu Huooruinato tncir no
sire to bo nominated, to a thorough
canvass of tho merits and fitness fortrto
task of carr.vlnir our standard tou suc
Tho four democratic counties within
tho 13th district wero attached to Brad
ford County, to enablo tho radical re
publicans to over balance nnd silence
their vote. Thus far this Gerrymander
ing has been successful. I yield any
position which my unanimous nomina
tion by Bradford County would appear
to give me, li oniy oy uoing so, a union
of all the various interests can be se
cured. Bradford county has no claims
to tho nomination based upon other
grounds than expediency. Of this I
wish you to judge. Plaeo in nomina
tion either of tho jrentlcmen offered by
tho several counties, nnd I will yield
tho candldato so nominated my cordial
support. Should you fall of harmoni
ous action with tho names now beforo
you and go outsldo of this number, I
hone that I will bo able to reconcile my
sense of duty with a cordial support of
sucna nomination. lour menu,
V. E. Piolett.
On motion John G. Wright and W.
E. Barton wero appointed a committee
to invite Col. V. E. Piolett and Hon.
R. R. Littlo to wait upon tho Confer
ence. These gentlemen nppearcd and
addressed tho Conference, pledging
themselves to a cordial support of tho
On motion Confereneo adjourned.
JAMES DEEGAN, Pres.
C. B. McIIENIlY, Spe,,.,
DELOS ROCKAV ELL, J b?c s
To (lie VoltTN or tlio Ileiireseii
(alive District composed of the
Coa tics ol' Columbia ami
Tho Conferees selected by tho Demo
cratic Convention of Columbia County,
to confer with Conferees from Montour
County, upon tho question of nominat
ing a candldato for Representative;
having discharged tho duties Imposed
upon them, deslro to present tho result
at which they have arrived.
After several sessions and faithful ef
forts by them to sccuro an harmonious
nomination, it will appear by the pro
ccedlngs of tho Conference, that tho
Montour Conferees withdrew, leaving
tho undersigned to constitute tho legal
confereneo for purposes of nomination
Whereupon they proceeded to ranko a
nomination under regularusagoiind par
ty law; and now announco It to the
peoplo of tho District. They havo so
lectcd a gentleman widely and favora-
bly known, who has held responsible
positions of public trust, and whoso
fidelity and Intelligence can bo relied
upon in tho performance of Ieglalatlvo
duties. "If supported by your votes, ho
will not betray his trust. Ho will rep
resent all tho peoplo of tho District fair
ly, and labor also, to pronioto all tho
best Interests of tho State.
Tho Columbia Conforees greatly do
sireu to eccuro an linrmonloiu nomlna
tlon, and put rorth their host efforts to
that end ; but thoy wero not met In n
similar spirit by tho Conferees of Mon
tour County, who prosontod a slnglo
namo for nomination, and refused to
namo or to concur in tho nomination of
any other. Their right to present
candldato was no moro unquestionable
than tho right of tho undersigned to
object, and to require that a new man
should bo proposed. Without this, n
conference has no significance or utility,
and a meeting of Conferees is a moro
farce, or a delusion to bo practiced up
on tho people.
Tho Columbia Conferees wero chosen
by their County Convention, uudrr elr
cumstancos which precluded them from
yielding to tho demand mado by tho
Montour Conferees, that a particular
candidate named by them, and no ono
else, should bo nominated. Beforo their
telcctlon in Convention, and when their
names had been proposed lu that body
as Conforees, ono of them, In tho pros.
once, and with tho concurrence of tho
other, plated openly to Iho Convention
timt it tho Convention expected them
to vote for Mr. Clmlfaut. thov wero
nbotit to tako the wrons men. and
should chooso others." Under this ex- '
plielt declaration, their choice by the
Convention tea's equivalent to an instruc
tion not to concur in Mi nomination.
They kept faith jipon this polut",,but
being unlnstructed, cither virtually; or
In form, ns to aiiybthcr.polut; thoy,felt
frco in Conference, to support n number
of gentlemen, resident Indifferent parts
of Montour county, nnd did so, upon
thQ first day of jho Confereneo meeting.
And Ihey would haw agreed to other
gentlemen of that county, If their
names had been proposed to (hem by
Uio Jr&nloiir Conferees. This conces
sion to that colulty wai ono mado in
tho lntcrc3tR of peace, union, harmony
nnd good neighborship, nnd not ns nn
admission of absolute right In that
county to tho nomination.
Agreement In n Montour nomination
being found Impossible, by reason of
tho extraordinary nttltudo of tho Mon
tour 'Conferees, tho Conferees of Colum
bia county exercised their reasonoblo
right, In presenting a candldato from
their own county; and upon tho seces
sion of tho Montour Conferees from tho
Conference, proceeded to confer upon
him a regular and proper nomination.
And In view of tho larger population
and Democratic voto of Columbia coun
ty, as compared with Montour, n nom
ination from tho former cannot bo
thought unreasonable or unjust. It
cannot bo thought Improper or Inequl
tahlo, that four thousand democrats in
Columbia county Bhould obtain repre
sentative nominations moro frequently,
than Hlxtccu hundred in Montour.
Tho nomination of Hon. Leonard B.
Rupert having been regularly and fair
ly made, is how submitted for tho sup
port of tho people of tho District ; in
tho firm confldenco that it will bo tri
umphantly sustained, and that his elec
tion will seeuro harmonious and proper
action In futuro nominations.
, John A. Funstox.
BL00M811UKO, Sopt. 8, 1870.
Hon. L. B. Rui'EUT, Sin You tiro
hereby notified that In tho Representa
tive. Confereneo held In this place, on
yesterday, upon tho secession of tho
Montour Conferees from the Conference,
you wero duly nominated as tho Dem
ocratic candldato for Representative for
tho District composed of the counties
of Columbia and Montour. Your ac
ceptance of tho nomination so made Is
I RAM DERU,
JOHN A. FUNSTON,
E.cttcr of Acceptance.
Bloomshuho, Sopt. 8, 1870.
Gentlemen .-Although tho nomina
tion tendered mo was unsought nnd un
expected, I accept it thankfully nnd
with a due sense of tho honor conferred.
In case of election I shall endeavor to
discharge tho representative duties as
signed me, with fidelity and in n spirit
of friendliness, courtesy and justico to
tho peoplo of tho wholo District. And
it shall bo with mo a leading object to
labOr with all good men of tho Stato to
restore to tho Legislature that character
for integrity, economy nnd devotion to
tho public intercsts,'whicli characterized
it in former times.
I am, gentlemen, very truly your
L. B. 11UPERT.
To Hon. Iram Derr, and John A.
Funstoh, E-:q., Conferees.
SnriEMiiEit 8, 1870.
Report of reviewers vacating a road
in Hemlock twp. confirmed.
Alley In tho town of Orangcvlllo,
Report of rcvlewors of a road in Cat
awissa township, loading from a public
road near Hughes & Son's foundry, to
intersect tho public road leading from
Catawlsr to Ashland, confirmed.
Itcport extending Fourth street in
tho town of Catawissa, confirmed.
Road In Mt. Pleasant twp. near tho
honsoof Hiram Thomas, confirmed.
.Report of viewers of a road In Locust
twp. near J. J. Campbell's, confirmed
Report of royiowors, reporting against
a road In I-ishlngcreek twp. near win,
Report of viewers of a road In Jack
son twp. near Samuel Hartman's. Re
ported against a road, confirmed.
Report of reviewers not granting a
road in Jackson twp., near D. Young's
Report of viowcra to vacate a road
In Catawlssi, near tho railroad, con
Report of viowers to vacato a road in
Pino twp. near E. Taylor's and E. Eves
Report of viewers of n road in
Bloomsburg, near O. A. Jacoby's, con
firmed. Report of a road in Franklin twp
near Vnlontluo Voght', confirmed.
Report of a bridgo view In Sugarloaf
twp. Tho Grand Jury concurred with
tho viowers and tho Court approved
Report of viowers of a county bridgo
between tho townsh!p30f Hemlock and
Mount Pleasant over Littlo FIshlnIg
Creek. No bridgo allowed by the
Sheriff's Deed to Lavlna Davenport
for lots In tho town of Berwick, ac
knowledged. Sheriff's Deed to Oeo. W. Hoffman,
Esq., for nn interest In a tract of land
In Greenwood twp. acknowledged.
Sheriff's Deed to Polly Brown for a
lot of ground In tho town of Orangc-
Shcrlif's Deed to Horry S. Marr, fora
lot of ground In Montana, Col. Co., no
Report of Geo. S. Coleman, Ejq,,
auditor on oxceptlons to tho account of
Andrew Freas, dee'd. Commltteo of
Stephen Walp, a lunatic, confirmed ul
Acct. of Win. T, Shuraan, Esq., com
mltteo of Mary John, dee'd. confirmed
Petition for a rulo on Mary Hupp,
Administratrix of tho estate of Ucorgo
Rupp, dee'd. to enter counter security,
Rulognuitcd returnable to next term
and purchase money not to bo paid In
tho mean time.
Petition of Eliza T. Eyerly for audi
tor to miiko distribution of tho b.dauea
lu tho hands of tho administrator of
tho cstato of Dr. John P, Klugo, deo'd.
0, B, Brockway, Esq., appointed Aud.
Widow's nppralseinont of John Da!!-
map, dee'd,, confirmed.
Widow's approvement of Daniel S.
Vanderslicc, dee'd,, confirmed.
Widow's appraisement of Baltls Es-
hick, dee'd,, confirmed.
Widow's annralsemont of Jas. Em
met, 'dee'd., confirmed.
Widow's appraisement of Geo. .Kel
ler, dee'd,, confirmed.
Widow's appraisement of, Jacob Glr-
lon, dee'd,, confirmed
Widow's nppralseinont of Jacob Art-
ly dee'd., confirmed.
Widow's appraisement of Michael
Latnon, dee'd., confirmed.
In tho estate of Thos. W. Young, de
ceased, on motion of 0. B. Brockway,
rulo on tho heirs of tho dee'd., to np
pear nt tho Doc. term, nnd accept or ro
fusothocstoto nt valuation,, or show
causo why tho samo should not bo sold.
Report of salo of tho real est, of Benj
Boone, n lunatic. On motion of Mr.
Little, 0. W. Miller, appointed Aud. to
In tho cstato of Jacob Eyor, dee'd.,
on motion of Mr. Frcczo, rulo on tho
heirs to appear on tho first day of Dec.
term and accept or rcfuso tho real est.
at tho valuation, or fihow causo why the
samo should not bo sold.
On motion of S. Knorr, Eq., J. B.
Roblson was appointed Ami. to dlstrlb
uto tho money In Court, arising from tho
salo of tho property of Samuel Schwop-
penhciscr, among tho creditors entitled
Account of Henry Worlman, Jr., ex
ecutor of tha est. of Henry Wcrtman,
dee'd., on motion of Mr. Knorr, M.
Whitmoycr appointed nudltor to dis
tribute tho money in tho hands" of tho
executor among tho heirs.
Aud. report lu tho est. of Peter M.
Trough, couflrmcd nisi. Referred back
to tho auditor to correct distribution
In judgments of Eliza Hess and Geo.
Petition for n rovlowofn road in Hem
lock twp. near Lovl Wright's. John
G. Quick, Peter Evans and Evan Wei-lls-cr
Petition to relay and vacato a road in
Sugarloaf twp. near Collins Sutllff's.
Samuel McIIenry, Andrew T. Ikelor
and A. Hartmau appointed reviewers.
Petition for n road in Sugarloaf twp.,
near Jacob Fritz's. Goo. Hurloyman,
David Yocura and John Savago appoin
Petition for n road in Madison twp.,
near tho house of Wm. I"airman, Win
Miller, Eri Ikelor nnd John Murdan,
Petition for n bridge in Jackson twp.
Henry Hess, John LowIsandMontgom
ery Colo appointed viewers.
Petition for n road in Greenwood twp
near Catharino Thomas'. John Roblson
Wm. White and John Vanlieu appoin
Petition to vacato a road in Mt Pleas
ant twp, near Philip Kline's. Wm.
Eycr, R. Robblns and' E. Henry ap
Petition for u road in Catawissa and
Franklin townships. Lewis Motz, Hen
ry Hollenshead and Wm. II, Abbott
OKAND JURY'S REPOIIT.
To the Houorable, tho Judges of tho
Court of Common Pleas now compri
sing a Court of Quarter Sessions of tho
peaco in nnd for tho county of Colum
bia; Tho Grand Inquest of tho Common
wealth of Pennsylvania Inquiring for
tho body of tho County of Columbia
Respectfully ropresont that wo, pursu
ant to our required duty, calmly and
deliberately investigated all bills of In
dictments presented for our considera
tion at this term, nnd havo passed upon
them accordingly, that wo havo exam
ined tho public buildings and find them
in good condition except windows and
shutters in Sheriff's house, which wo
recommend bo repaired, and tho win
dows in tlioja.lt bo repaired, and also
recoraend that water pitchers nnd glas
ses bo placed in tho Grand and Traverse
Juror rooms. All of which is respect
fully submitted. F. L. SHUMAN,
On motion of Mr. Knorr, J. B. Robl
son, Esq., appointed aud. to distribute
tho amount found in tho hands of tho
of J. M. ChemberlIn,among tho credit
Petition for a road in Locust twp., at
Currantown. Joseph Lovnn, Gcorgo
Craig and David Long appointed viow
ers. Petition to chnngo tho road loading
from Slabtown to tho "Old Furnaco"
at a polntovor tho land of Mrs. Hamp
ton and Leonard Adams, Lucas Fall
ringer, Geo. Howor nnd John Snyder
Petition for appointment of viewers
to viow n slto for a road and vacate an
other in Mt. Pleasant and Orango town
ships. Wm. Long, Emandns Unangst,
and Nathan Flcckcnsleln, appointed
Petition for vlowors to layout n road
in (he town of Catawissa, viowers ap
pointed. Petition for a road in Locust twp. W.
H. Abbott, John Keefer and Benj. Mil
ler appointed viewers.
Charles Eyerly vs Margaret Eyerly.
Divorce. On motion of Mr. Clark, C.B.
Brockway, Esq., nppoluted commis
sioner to tako deposition of witnesses
in this case, and Court order notico to
On motion of 0. B. Brockway, Chas.
0. Loldy of Montour county admitted
to practice In tho soveftl courts of this
Petition or Mason 0. Johnson, guar
dian of Lullo Johnson to sell her Inter
est in a houso and lot in Light Street.
Guardian authorized to soil tho ward's
Interest at prlvato sale.
Petition for a road In Sugarloaf twp.
near Ezeklol Colo's. John Zaner, Mar
tin Ammcrman nnd James Edgar ap
Petition for a ro-rovlow of a road In
Bloomsburg, near Robblns & Eyer's
store. Mordecal Jackson, Hudson Owen
ami I. Bower appointed re-roviowcrs.
Com. vs Richard Palmor, indicted for
murder. The Jury returned a verdict
Com. vs Lewis Kantncr, indicted for
tho murder of Wm. Connelly. A jury
was called, Tho following gentlemcu
wero sworn and ompannelod to try the
caso: John J. Barkloy, Reuben Rlgel,
Samuel Mears, Jr., Henry A. Miller,
Johu M. Chemborlln, Levi Wrlght.Jes
so Mousch, Geo. W. Poust, Mathlas
Moore, Isaac Grover, Geo. W. Clark
and Perry Buckalew.
Com. vs Lewis Kuutner. Witnesses
oxamined on tho part of tho Common
wealth. Boston, Sopt. 8. The littlo craft call
ed tho City of Ragusa, which sailed
from Quceustown about eighty days ago
reached this port, today, having safely
crossed the Atlantic, Sho is only three
Who Aro Benefited by Xhc Reduc
tion of Tnscs.
'Vhajhpress has been trying to malto
a littlo political capital for Grant's ad
ministration by publishing a tablo
showing tlio nnioiint nnd character of
thu reduction of taxes made nt tho Inst
session-o"f Congress. Tho flguroi dis
played so exultlngly are thus set out by
our neighbor :
I ltcorltitfl I
HmircMof lcvcmio. In (Hen 1 Reduction
ypnr in o i
BppcliU tuxe1, Incliutltu
(Irons rcculpty..,.. ,
Income, Iticltitllng haIp.-
Articles in i-ciirtlMOA.
SS3.0I0.000 1 tH,8U.00O
Wo do not think tho editor of tho
Express can havo examined tho nbovo
tablo with any care, though his publish
ing it twlco would seem tolndlcato that
ho took more than n mere casual look
at It. When scrutinized and properly
understood, It must bo regarded as any
thing clso than n causo for exultation
on tho part of Radical politicians. Llko
nearly all tho legislation of Congress
tho reduction mado in tho taxes was
mado in tho intorost of monopolios,cor
porations and rich men. Tho tablo dis
played by tho Express shows that near
ly nil tho reduction of taxes over which
it crows was made In tho interests of
capital, and not of Industrial pursuits
or tho laboriug classes.
Tho first Item, tho abolition ofspcclal
taxes, (Including bankers) amounts to
$10,071,000. Tho removal of this
amount affords no relief to tho masses
of tho peoplo. It only touchos a small
class of wealthy and favored individu
als. Tho sccondltem,thatofgro33 receipts,
affects railroads and other corporations.
It amounts to $0,781,000. It Is that
much tax lifted from railroads, Ac, but
tho peoplo will not dcrlvo a dollar of
benefit from that reduction of taxes.
No railroad in tlio country has lowered
its faro, or rates of freight, slnco the tax
on gross receipts was removed, and It is
perfectly safo to predict that nono will
On tho contrary, Tuesday's Now York
papers Inform us that tho New York
Central, New Y ork and Erie, nnd Penn
sylvanla Railroads havo combined to
raiso their rates of freight enormously.
This is tho report :
At a consultation of Jay Gould, on
tho part of Erie; Commodore Vander
bill, on tho part of tho New York Cen
tral and Hudson River Railroads, and
Col. Scott, representing tho Pcnnsylva
nia Central Railroad, a uniform rato of
freights from this city to tho West by
theso respcctlvo railroads was agreed
upon. Tho rates bottled upon exceed
tho summer charges nbout soventy-fivo
per cent, nnd and aro shown in the fol
lowing li?t of first-class freight prices
ndopted on tho thrco roads, taklngcffeit
, Per Cwt
2cw York to Price. Price,
Cleveland S G3 $ 3:
Columbus, Ohio 77 -1(
Cincinnati 90 -H
Indianapolis 02 47
Evnnsvillo 1 10 07
Louisville, Ky 1 12 00
St. Louis, Mo 1 2.' G7
Quincy, III 1 25 07
St. Joseph, Mo -1 71 1 11
Chicago, 111 1 00 CO
Tho following aro tho rated by steam
by way of tho lakes :
To Detroit, Cleveland
and Toledo $ G3 $ 30
to unicago ana Mll-
waukie 71 33
Tho faro for transportation of cattle
from Buffalo to Now York, which has
been carried on for somo months past at
tho competition prico of ono dollar per
car load, has been increased to $1.-10 per
Tho third Item of reduced revenue
that coming from the tax on sale, only
affects heavy dealers. It docs not touch
tho retail traders and storekeepers from
whom tho peoplo buy. It is $8,801,000
taken oil thoso who could very well af
ford to pay it.
Tho next item Is that of Incomes, nnd
that brought little relief to tho masses
forcoinparativcly Tow of them paid any
part of tho $37,213,000.
Tho reduction mado upon legacies
successions, passports and articles In
schedule A., which includes watches
and gold and silver plato, will bring no
relief to tho tax-ridden masses.
Tho last item in tho list is stamps
This does not includo stamps on tho
poor man's box of matches, but applies
to stamps on notes, cheeks, fcc. With
such things tho working classes havo
not very much to do, and tho relief ex
perienced from tho reduction of $1,330,
uuu will not bo felt by thorn.
Let tho peoplo look at this table, which
is now going tho rouud3 of tho Radical
newspapers; let them study it itom bv
item, uud then let them tell us, if any
ono of them can, how tho masses nro
benefited by this boasted reduction of
taxes. Tho tax on Income was a war
measure, o doubtful constitutionality,
and it affected somo peoplo who lived
on comparatively meagro salaries. Tho
change In Us provisions brought relief
to some who could Illy uhlrd to pay
flvo per cent, of all thoy received abovo
a thousand dollars; but, with that ex
ception, wo fall to seo how any except
the capitalists of tjio country havo been
bonellted by tho reduction made in tho
taxes by Congress. Tho truth Is tho
Radicals wero truo to their theory of
Legislation in this as In other things.
They protect tho rich, favor capital and
aid monopolies. Tho industry and labor
of tho country Is left to bear tho bur.
thonsof an oxtravagant government.
It needs nothing more than tlio exhibit
which Radical nowspapers nro now
making to show how completo Congress
and tho administration of Grant are
run in tho interests of monopolies nnd
certain privileged classes. ,
Cincinnati, Sept. 7.-In thogamoof
baso ball played hero to-day between
tho Whlto Stockings, of Chicago, and
Red Stockings, of this city, tho former
wero victorious by n score of 10 to 0,
Tho following Is tho score by Innings;
w.mocuings. 1770 brrrr
H. tJtockluss. 00OIUU03 8-0
Ooorgo Wright, of tho Red Stockings,
wa3 unable from his injuries to play,
and a substitute was necessary, Tho
spectators numbered about ilvo thnns.
San Francisco. Sent, o. Tho t nn in
ship 'Jhuranga collided with a coal-
ueicu near Aucuianu, jsow Zealand, on
tho 23d of July, Both vessels founder
ed immediately. Eighteen h ves wern
Taxing1 tho Wccosnltlcs of Xilfb !
Dlsgulso It as they may, tho radicals I
cannot concoal tho fact that their sys
tem of tnvatlon boars most oppressively
on tho working classos, tho toilers who
earn their bread In tho sweat of their
faco. Tho tax-bill passed by Congress
at Us last (session, whilst It rolloves tho
upper ton thousand" of most of their
taxes, falls to lighten tho burden so pa
tiently borno by tho working millions.
It strikes somo Twenty-four Millions
oir Incomes, which rellcvcsthowealthy
only, as nono but thnlo well-to-do havo
a net annual lucomo oxcocdlng $1,000.
It wipes out some Twonty-Sovon Mill
ions moro collected principally from
gross recolpts of corporations, sales of
merchants doing a Inrgo business, li
censes of circuses, theatres, lotteries,
billiard nnd bowling saloons, banks,
brokers, pawn brokers, otc, from lega
cies and successions and tho special tax
on banks. Tho reduction of flfty-ono
million of dollars In internal taxation,
therefore, only boneflts tho few, corpo
rations which "havo no souls," million
aires living in luxury nnd splendor,
merchant princes who mako their hun
dreds of thousands per nunuin, etc.,
etc. A slight concession was mado to
tho great moss of tho peoplo In tho re
duction of tho duties on tea, coffo, su
gar nnd molasses. It Is conlcndcd,how-
ever, that no reduction has beon mado
on tho two last named articles. Tho es
tlmatcs of tho annual revenues to be
derived from theso four articles undor
tho now tariff nro ns follows:
Coffee $ 0,500,000
Sugar and raolas3es 28,000,000
Estimating tho population of tho
United States at forty millions of poo
plo, this shows an annual tax of onedol
larper head on tho articles of coffee,
tea. sugar and molasses, or at a rough
calculation, about sct-ei dollars to each
taxable inhabitant. When to this aro
added tho duties on articles of clothing
bedding and table linen, on mechanics'
and miners' tools, farming-Implements
nnd school books, not to say anything
of tho poor man's solace, tobacco, and
when theso aro supplemented by tho
enormous tariff tax of ono hundred per
cent, on salt, by stamps on articles of
ngrccment.stampson medicines, stamps
on bank checks, stamps on matches,
&c, tho sum total of tho taxes to bo
paid annually to tho United States gov
ernment under the now tax laws, by a
laboring man with an ordinary family,
Is not less than Fifty Dollars
Tho loss to the revenuo from tho ro
peal of tho taxes on gross recelpts.sales,
legacies and successions, the special tax
on banks, licenses, Ac, Is to bo compen
sated by the Increased duties on cotton
goods aud Bessomer i-teel. So far as tho
latter is concerned, it is safo to predict
that the custom receipts from importa
tions of that artlclo will bo smaller than
heretofore. The duty is almost prohib
itory. Cotton fabrics nnd other articles
of prime necessity to tho laboring man
will, therefore, bo relied on to mako up
tho deficiency. Tho working-classes
will bo required to shoulder tho burden
of which tho corporations and monov-
kings havo been relieved. Bend your
backs, yo farmers, mechanics and mi
ncrs, yo tillers of tho soil, shovers of
the piano and dolvers of tlio earth I Tho
load Is prepared for you. Kneel down
that your radical task-masters may tho
moro easily imposo It. Patriot.
THE WAR IN EUROPE,
Prussian War Nows.
London, Sept. 9. Notes of a decided
character havo been addressed to Berlin
on tho subject of peace, by tho Cabinets
of St. Petersburg and London. It is
said that Queen Victoria has appealed
to Queen Augusta in behalf of peace.
Berlin, Sept. 9. Tho Emperor Na
poleon arrived at tho Chateau Wilhelm
hobo on Monday and was graciously re
ceived, and with his sulto conducted to
his appointed residence.
Ho appeared composed and cheerful
Hearing that a republic had been pro
claimed in Franco, ho said : "Tho Ger
mans on entering Paris will bring order
In the machinery of stato thero." Ho
however, manifested no vindlctivo spir
it towards hl3 countrymen.
Brussels, Sopt. 10. Attheir present
paco tho army of tho Prlneo Royal and
tho Bavarians should bo In their desig
nated positions around Paris by Wed
nesday noxt. From theso points they
will slowly close In upon tho French
fortifications. A Prussian force was at
Corapolgno this forenoon.
Berlin, Sept. 11. Midnight. It is
reported that tho government of tho
United States is making vigorous and
energetic remonstrances with Prussia
ngalnst the necessity for a further eon
tinuanco of tho present war. Threo
earnestly written despatches havo been
received by tho minister of foreign nf-
falrs to this effect from tho authorities
Brussels, Sept. 12-4 v. m., via Lon
don . Italy, Austria und Russia are
agreed In principle and havo author
ized Russia to ask Prusda for an armls
tico. A dispatch to that effect has been
sent by telegraph to Berlin. No answer
has yet been received. Lord Lyons
who has heretofore acted as intermedl
ary between Franco and Prussia, has
resigned tho tnBk In favor of Senor
Olozaga, tho Spanish Minister.
Berlin, Sept. 12. The ministry of
war is in receipt of confirmatory ndvlc
es or disaster nt Laon, subsequent to th
surrender of tho city to the Prutsloos
King William also telegraphed to Quoon
Augustn, corroborating tho Intclligouco
or this latest and most grievous calami
The king's despatch states that fifty
i-russians and threo hundred of tho gar
do mobllo wero killed by tho explosion
of tho magazine and destruction of tlio
cltadol of Laon. Tho dukoof Mccklin
burg Sehwerln was nlso wounded.
Many soldiers of Prussia and gardo
mobllo sustained sorlous Injuries, which
received prompt attention. -
King William says tho disaster was
unquestionably tho result of treachery
Paris, Sopt. 12. Tho Prussians at
tacked Toul ut eight a. m. on Saturday,
and persisted until nlno in tho ovenlng
j-uoy wore, nowover constantly ronuls
od, nnd many of tho batteries dismount
ed. Moro than ten thousand Prussians
wore placed hors dtt combat.
Verduu continues to holdout against
mo enemy. At Montraody. on Thurs
day, tho garrison gallantly repulsed tho
Prussian attack. Tho Prussians havo
surrounded Mcaux. Thoy aro in foreo
at urecy, and aro approaching Nolssv
lo Qrand. The latter is only nine miles
Pauh, Sept, 13-Tho Prussians lu
strong force nro Invading tho depart
ment of Ol-to. Thoy aro at Crell. The
'refect telegraphs that tho lirldg.i over
tho Olio at Crell h:n Innin hlmvil U.
Crcll Is distant, according to mlnuto
ilculiitlons, nbout thirty-one miles di
rectly north of this city.
London, Sept. 13. Tho Em pros Eu-
genionnd tho Prlneo Imperial nro bMII
at tho Marino Hotel, In Hastings, A
umber of servants of tho Imperial
household, two carriages, mid twenty
thrt-o horse, arrived at Hast lng-i, yes
terday, by special tralu. Tho Prlneo
goes out frequently, and mlngloi frooly
with tho peoplo, and is already popular
with all clashes.
ContNNE, Utah, Sept. 7. A party of
men engaged on tho new road to con
nect Coch Valley with Bear Rlvor Val
lev discovered n hugo natural cavo with
n stream of water running through It
toward tho entrance. Somo of the par
ty with lights penetrated tho cavo a dls-
tanco of nbout two mllos wtthnut dis
covering any other outlet. In somo
places tho roof of tho cava was so high
that It could not bo seen wuu tno lights
thoy hod. Thoy intend shortly to ox-
ploro tils natural wonder thoroughly.
Santa FE.New Mexico, Sept. 8. In-
formation has been received of tho re
cent murder by Indians In Apacho Pass
of Mr. Hofmor, n large Gormau browor
of this city, who was on his way to
Tucson to sell a stock of ale. His con
veyance and horse3 wore captured.
Special correspondence from Ralston to
thoiveto Mexican, says now Indian dep
redations In tho vicinity of Tucson oc
cur every day. A few days slnco
French's train was captured near Fort
Smith, four men killed, and everything
belonging to tho train carried off or de
stroyed. London, Sept. 9-fi r. m. Tho report
of tho loss of thoEnglish Iron-platod
steamer Captain, which was circulated
lato this afternoon, is fully confirmed at
Lloyds. Tho disaster occurred off Fin
istcrro, Franco. All on board, 000 lu
Capt.'CowperColos. Lord Northbrook
and n son of Mr. Chllders, First Lord of
tho Admiralty, were among tho lost.
Who.it per hnshel..
Corn " ...
, 0 in)
. 8 01
Flour Tier imrrcl
, 2 ri
Hides and Hlimilders .....
i,urd per pouuti H
nay per ton
No. 1 Hcotch pig
No. 2 " '
Hemlock Hoards per thomaud feet 810 00
I'luo " " (one Inch) IKU20
Joist. Hcanlllutr. l'lank.ilZemliiek). IS ir
ahlnules, No. 1 per thousand s K)
siaiug " it. ;;".'.'.'.!!.'."'.'.."!8 1 00
North western superfine at S,
Western, do, do. ,
wui.tr-Pennsylvania red, lius
Mou I hern " 14
Western " ,
Kye Pennsylvania rye, ?Ums
L'oits Yellow, '
FitovisioNil Mess l'ork.vhbl
31es.s Heel", '
Dressed Hogs, V lb
41 hhouldcrs i) lb
Lard, v 11
tjKEiw Cloversetd u 1ms
Tlmothyseeu Hi bus
CATIIK Ueef Cattle lb
Cows, & head
Bit HEP ft lb
Uous 100 lbs
. U7S fl
YKAOEIl-OItOVK-On the 3rd lnst.br Itov.
Wm. J. Kj er, Mr. John Yeager, to Miss Lydla
vjiuve, uoiu uj j-iysuurg, norm u CO., l a,
LEVAN CAUTNEH On Iho 4th Inst., by the
numv, otr. .iuunuei i,evau, to ituss Angelina
v-iiiuci, uuiii ui luuiuur twp.. oi. cu.
MAA8-nonciIEH8-On tho Sth lust, by tlio
euiue, tfir. r.uwuru aiuus, 10 buss 3ituy liar
chcrs, both of Danville, in.
SIIAFFEIt MII,LEn In BloomsburR, on tho
lOlli Inst.bv llov. B. F. Alleuian, Mr. Daniel
pnaner to jnss Isabella c. Jllller. all or 11cm
lock, Columbia county. Fa.
GinT ON FAUST At the same plaee.on tho 1st
init.,by the sarae.Mr. Mathlas OlrtontoMlss
r.mmuA. nuisi.au or uemiock, Columbia co,
ItUDY In ninritnsliiiriF. Antnitt 97 ITorrv An.
rond. lufuut sou of J. H.auU CiUuarlno Iludy,
WOnKllEI8EIt-In Espy, on the 27tli lllt.Al-
V. uv uuusmerui aiues a. ana uvnia
w urKiieiser, ageu 1 year anu 2 moutus.
MII.T.EIi At Umo nidge, on the 2IUi of August
1K70. 1'eter 11. son of William and Cclestla A.
.uiuer, u,;eu i year luoiuiis nnu l) tlays.
Oh how still littlo Pcler's lying,
And they whisper he Is dying,
Tears aud prayers cannot savo him,
Ho must go to him who tavo him.
Those bright eyes must close forovcr.
Those sweet lips will kiss us never,
Fold Iho woo hands o'er his bosom.
And thus fades our littlo blossom.
BHOF.MAKElt-On the Olh day of April, 1S70, at
j,uw.i.u.,i,i.uiu AiHiuurciiu, youngest daugh
ter of (J. 1.. and E. 11. fjhoemukcr, aged 7 years,
rather griovo not, mother weep not,
llrotlicr, Ulster grieve no more,
Think of her as only sleeping,
Not ns dead, but gouo before.
LINES ON THE DEATH OF LAUUA.
Thou has left us darling Laura
In the spring limo of thy bloom.
And our hearts aro sad und lonely
bluce wo laid thee In tho tomb.
'TIs no wonder wo are lonely,
1 Is no wonder we are sad,
Thou has ruaoe ono less our number,
Khali wo ever moro bo glad 7
Thou wcrt lovely nsn blossom,
In the summer's rosy bloom ;
Hut alas thou art now uieamlug,
Fast a- leep within tho tomb.
Hut the little feet will Journey
Now they press I he green bants lightly
lly the golden river s shore.
... una nuuu .! siu 111! mure.
OTICE TO TRESPASSERS.
AH persons aro forbidden to trcstvms on tim
grounds of the undersigned. In Centre township,
for the purpose of shootlnir, llshlng, Ac, TUoie
so doing hereafter will bo prust-cmed according
lo jaw. W1LHON MILLEU.
ieuire iwp.,oepi. lu, is,u3.
T O S T I
on Tuesday, Heplember 13th, betwen Illoomv
bum Post Otllco and tlin IMvr ltrll!,ant r-ntci..'!.,.
sa, u I'ABH JiOOlC, containing Information of no
yuluetoauyout buttlieowuer. Thoflnder will
. luwfirucu vy leaving it at mis oinco or at tho
, JOHN W. OOUDNElt.
scpl6'70-2t. Lairdsvllle, LycomlugCo,
HI X cood main Rrhnol telphers n-nntml In TTn
.uu luitunuiji. rw:,,uymi!i i-uuiuy ; lerni oi leacu
lng Ilvo mouths. The day of examination will
bo on Heplember 22ml next, commencing atO
o'clock a. in., lu ltlngtowu. Wages will bo ubout
gw.uvper muuiu, casu every inonin.
11. KllEUS, Boo'y,
Illngtown, Bert. 16, 1870-lt. 0
Letters testamentary on the estate of Oeorgo
Evans, late of JJrtarcreek twp., Columbia co.,
deo'd., have been granted by the Heglster of said
county to Johu W. Evaus. of Uerwlck, Col. co.
All persons having claims against tho estate
are requested to present them lo the Executor In
lierwlck Col. co,, 1'a. Thoso ludobled lu the
estate either on note. Judgment, mortgage or
uook uccounv win muav jmfuii,iuimi t.xec-
uior wiiuoui ueiay,
Tim wll.1 adventures and tli.i,. """m,
of Ucorg 1 iivMen wh. nro-i "iflcncM
n kn lwldliin otlho rn,l mil? 111 r.i i
Hon f .
tisiri, orcnt buffalo hum,! ii TrfT,"- n&
In li rV
. This nw work replo o Tlih "f 10)
.f real Indian llfo,arld7tlil1,rifriii,r!.'
d r- ijir.ivlug, ono of author li '."I'. S
Will ho caifcr r annhi J... -r l" lmnl..'u
. no wi lo i.wako and sej w wits
samplo page, clr-iiUr, t" rm s L'l""!!
" - 'irattiut Hi " Phil.
..... .... , i
crs nr ndmtui'siMil'on'
IV, ilenM have been grn
Jack-urn townihtp, Columbia n Vi"dlnU
linviniT n1iittn naiitiwt. Dm All hPtw.
out lo Hie underside n,l,nii iT,t2,,,ni W
will come forward, prove pro,,erly Vi'fw-
nnil tnlcn thorn nwnv ( 1 '-'.iiPaTfli..
cnrUlim to law. S vmiV"'
ugurioai, Dept.. iu, is;U 3t, u-vj.
uimelo Ibo premises of Iho suUHh.. i ..
township. 011 or about Iho l.t Z S ''"flat
WHlTi: ilAllltOW. weighing bciwT ?.
fa,?'.'," y.'.Uf?!".00""'!. prove r,m.
rino twp., Hopt. 0, 1870-3t '"-'ilKE,
aino lo llip premises oflho BnlincrlhM i
tlio other a ycurllnu. lUaiZnlr mlnnlt
ivnrfl iirnvn ni-nnnrli- tin..i " Uinit Int.
- - uauiM ui-niruiiiif ia i
Sasarloat. Sent. 9. ISTO"" "AIt!W0X.
tti Tr. irxnnn
Jji. 1 laving purchased tho stock or n,. u ...
10 best variotv of ' re'nrw 1 Mhlnu
ver brought to this place. He lsalnn.... ,
o mako llools nndnW-s lo order J tWXS
llloomsburg. f'a. S
QKNTa WANTED I
IN THIS COUNTY.
AND IN At.t. THn
I'fllNCIl'AIi OITIE-J AND lOWNj OP IES.
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO.
LmEItAI. iNDUCnilESTd OllEIlEI).
Vuuelitrs should a-co mpinj appKntUm far ojni"i
Call or nddrcsi
W. W. KUttTZ, President,
133 WALNUT STREET. NHLAlJELPiIH
E3TATKOP JlWfAlf II. VtTUWlV nvr'n
Letters orntliiinUt rut Inn nn lhnit.iifpn(THhh
n.Kurman, lute or ltloom twp..(iumbUcouDtj I
dee'd.. liavo been crnnfml liv thn Itrr?ktfirr,rM I
county, to Michael V, Ilyerly of Bloom twp. I
ii I'vinuiiBiiimiin tiiuiiis ur uuiuumii ngaiSsl I
the Ucccilent are requested to m.ilte them knoffD, I
aim vuoiu li'ueuiuu m niniio payincir.
HlLJl...i r. l.ll'.KL.Y
JLU ESTATE OP HAINT STOUT. DEC'D.
Letters tCHtimientarv on tha rotate n( Jsalnl I
Htiut. luto nt Miidtsnn loMiisliJn. flolmnbli I
county.dfcM.h.avu liucn mmilvJOy the lU'eKUrof I
uiiuuium uouuiy in .Mtirina hijiu, or jiuaiscna
twn.. Columbia cuunlv. I'a. All iktmiuh hainil
rianns against uioesuiiyiuo rciiueMemo puaii
them to tho Lxucutiix lu Columbia County. Ill
Tlioo Indebted tn thu -statu ellhvr ouiiuteJuJi-l
mem, mnnuiio or uoon nccuuuv wm nian
II, V niifi'i,
A DM I N 1ST H ATO I VS NOTICE.
r wtit. nv I . r-iiu Ti( 1 ITU. tirr-'n.
l.elters ol'ndinluistrutton outlioesUteof JacoSl
Triuib, lato of Uloom twp., Columbia counir.l
dee'd, havo been urantedliy the Ki-gWerormll
county lo Jonathan Tiaub reslJlui! latlie wal
mill rouuiy uioie-iiii'i. jvn iimihiui.,".,
against Hie estate of tho decedent aro requital
in present inem ior semeiueio, uu. ,
debted to the estnto to make payment lollie an-1
uersigneu, uuiuinuiraior, wnnwiu iic'-"; ,
.IllNA 1 11A. lll.Ytl),
Ji fcSTATB 111-" JOII.N UKAHIlAllli ... -
letters tcstomenlary on tlio fiute or l
Oenrharl, lato of Main township, U'"''!
rountv deceased, havo been granted W i'l
ltealslcr of salJ county to John J. u"""-!
of Main township. Col. co. All 1U;J ,.l
ing ciaini-i against too esiuiuuic -
present them to tho Kxetutor id a JI
lowushlii. Thoso Indebted to i he estate elttMO'i
note. Judgment, mortgago orboolt wconni w
inuno paymcni. tu '"o,'V,ii44Iu',i.-V,TiirKT.
SCP1270-CW. " E,tcuWr'
NOTICE IS HEREBY Olwi
that an application will he m',,terSI
mectlnB of the General AsseniUly of IM - I
monweal i or l'cnnbyivam.i , VK. i. i!r ihil
tlon of a bank.ln aecord.iucow th
(.omniouweallb, lo no eiiiuuu "
Deposit and Having Hani!," 10 uo ''"f'h"0Vi,d
dollars, with iho right lo lucrei e IN mow "I
ono uuuureu uuu iiiij.iuhhv.
VILUIVISSU, uuiy 1, 10,v-V".,
p U B Ii I C SALE
. r t. n n o V. H T Y,
r u it H u s u a . "
The undersigned, nn'lnlslra',0'n?,',,!SSi
earliarl, deceased, will lA??u'vmtcl
crlalo residence, ono mile from Msm"'v I
m , '.,.. v nn-.f,ih TXl
111U1WOA1 K riVHJ.w, J
nt ten o'clock In tho forenoon.tlia WlowlnSP'
sonal properly, to win I
'H w n M A RES,
lyenilins coll, Scows, bull, lhf 'e,f'S,&
shoals, 11 sheep, 2 two-ho"e w. i)a, i l
wagon 1 fauuliii mill. 1 sled, a lot 'B"
.BEDS AND BEDDING, I
I coolt stove new). 1 cy'i'fVira. ii
bureau, chslrs. carpets by rH 0, j lurtl
utensils, and n largo amount ol u' nerouii
inn,. ,wi r.iruilni' lnmlemeull loonwu.
CO BUSHELS WHEAT,
50 bushels rye, 2M bushels oats, hay bytbl
mi... T-. Tlnnnntl S37 V
wuu uuua ii-- - ,,
..,. r.nn. i certain plant, cat" ' ,1
escapes tho f0ect.ol' the poison. TMtl 1
HuniRu beings on tho other u"nJ; ,benii
on reason aud expcrlotico insclectin. t0;,l
of protecting health awl uron'. uytl
somo lnlininces. Now, what does n.
this vital subjeet7 t'oes " - . u,ewi
Invigorate nnd purify tho " ,
way to protect It ag-ilnst n0 '"J' 'X t-l
which generates dlsea.e? n we M'0 I
bst nucstlou is, wliav gumo mioa im
choosing a medicinal nafeguaw. ,ellt.
cxperlcuco of eighteen years "P'ultJ
unbrokoii scries or sitisiaeio. ,,,,- po-"l
suresns iluil Hostolter'sBtoroach liii ,'
sticusthenliiB, regulating and an ii M,.l
ties wnlch nro not combined m i" '
pioporllons In any other pnf jial
This thercfoio Is tho onlldolo to I
bids us rosrt when ou.- Ucnii' 1Jen,j
either by Iho malaria which t''0"" clbtr ml1
disorders, or by any oimi -. , Mlm
cut and constitutional or coiinecii.
hablts, occupations and lmrkU'"'.,la u scnrcl
The venom or noiuu. mciii'i
moro subtlonnddaugcrous inn"'" ,j ,w II
In foul nlr and Impure water. ),eK'
. . ..MI.,n.,l.nr.ter.dlsturbanCCSOl4
aud 'other serious mal.dlesrr''u' MCSu
lusulubrlus elements, It U ttbsoiuiw
that tho stomach and all l" " t wnJlf l
Bhould be, .o to l,e"B'" , " BhlcUt"
upon ine amount ui -- , u, iunur-
system can opiso to tho de let" . Jfpe(;
that assail It, tho safety of the ,H
and It Is uecausa tho ubcat v w w i
OHANT Imparts energy ' rf" j., tW
most Important luuctlons
can bo recommended anu k -
vuHluuio proveumu i
Camo to thn premhos of tho nhuni
nbout tho fflth or Auiiust " as, "lb!.r,'''
HI'HEH. ono llUINIJl.C HKlI-I-il"9 MOWS
It ED lllilFEIl. nil Imvintr tiiS.Il1i,-01l PALE