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Pvldny, Oct;. 15, 187 5.
The Milo I'.li'fllon.
At Ilia hour of going to prcn the indica
tions arc tlmt thu Republican havo carried
Ohio by n small majority. It win des
perate fight, uml llio opposition threw their
entire weight nf men und mKiey Info the
campaign. Tho H7,0J(1 olllco holder were
assessed heavily, and thu uatloiuil bunks
raised n million of dollars,io that everything
rotten or purchasable went with tho Repub
licans. Ami yet tho victory will bo a barren
one. In 1858 tho Republican majority was
11,000, in 1871 21,000, and in 1872 33,000,
nml wo doubt whether they have over 1,000
this year. Tho real issues of tho day wero
evaded, and tho oucstion hinged mainly on
tho conduct of tho public schools into which
was injected nil immense amount of Know
Nothitigisin. Pennsylvania can and will profit by this
lesson, Yc must charge home upon our
opponents here, their frauds, corruption, and
expenditures, matter which did not enter in
to the Ohio campaign, and where tho op
position candidate was admitted to bo an
honest, faithful man. Tho same percentage
of gain in Pennsylvania will glvo us tho
Stato by 30,000 majority. And now every
man to work.
P. S. Thursday, Oct 14th. Tho result in
Ohio is uncertain. Iowa lias gone Republi
can with a reduced majority.
In a private letter to Gen. Sherman, dated
Msrch -1, 18(31, Gen. Grant said, "I shall ac
cept no appointment which will require mo
to make that city Washington my head
quarters." Sherman in reply said: "You arc now
Washington's legitimate successor, and occupy
a position of almost dangerous elevation ; but
if you continue (M heretofore to he yourself,
simple, honest, ami unpretending, you will en
joy through lfc the love and nvpeet of friends,
Grant, tho soldier, has changed to Grant,
tho politician. True, ho keeps out of
Washington as much in 1874 as in 1803.
But then he was in the field; now his
tiino is spent at horse races, clam-balccs,
Long Br;.nch, and in fact at any place to
escape tho duties the people imposed upon
liiin,and which he boa-liiigly accepted.
" tVvhhujloiCa legitimate su..-Li,or" Third
term forbid I A successor, peiliupj, ns Gen
era but in no othor sense. Imagine) Wash
i ton Willi Uo's Sheppard, Murphy, Cam-t-rn-i.ticn.
nml thit cowd! It is an insult to Wash
And yet Sherman gavu good advice. Ho
told Grant "to bo simple, honest, and unpre
fudin." His extravagance shows that he
is iiot "simple." The rottenness and corrup
tion of his cabinet and appointees show that
he is not "honest." His dash at Long
llranch, acceptation of presents, doubling
hU salary, show that ho is not "unpretend
ing." Evidently Cameron is leading Grant,
and sinco tiie war Sherman cannot guide
1 his Indian business.
In tho lato Modoc war, wo knew that it
cost tho tax-payers $1,000,000 for each
Indian killed. It could have been done
cheaper by contract, but then tho Govern
ment agents would havosulfered pecuniarily.
The administration has spent much time and
money on tho Sioux endeavoring to purchase
tho Black Hills in the interest of speculators,
and Messrs. Welsh and Marsh, reputable
Republicans, have shown us tho rotten
agencies and agents, how the Interior De
partment paid for goods neither ordered nor
delivered how Grant's brother "Orvillo"
is getting rich at tho expense of tho nation
and now comes this dispatch.
INDIANS IN A DISTITUTE CONDITION.
Wasiiinqion, October 7. Tho Indian
agent at tho Mission agency, Los Angelos,
California, writes to tuo commissioner oi
Indian allairs to say that tho Temecula Ho
males, lone occupied bv the Temecula In.
(linn, recentk' nhtnlimil n writ nf nioKlmont
and that 300 of the latter have been thrust
from their homes and are in a destitute and
deplorable condition. Ho asks tho com
uiiasioner for instructions.
We would ask somo Intelligent Republi
can tax-payer to tell us why in 1808 it cost
tho Government only -1,000,000 to support
these "pets" and m 1873 it cost $8,000,000;
or twice as much ! Transportation is cheat
cr, food is cheaper, tho Indians scarcer, and
preachers Agents ! Let lis havo an esplaim-
Why is this Thus?
Our opponents aro extremely anxious to
divert public attention to a war that closed
ten years ago, and cvado questions that be
long to the present. The war of 18015 is
as effectually over as that of 1812 or the
Mexican war, Mid the "bloody shirt" busi
noss, won't do. Tho party which has been
in power for fifteen years, is being called to
account for its robbery, corruption, and
v iijnessi of lata years. Tho peoplo want
to know why their taxes aro increased, why
money is carcc,why laborls cither so poorly
r led or not paid at all j why factories.
mui.i, and luniaces are Idle; starvation iu
our Im.d iu n 'prison of plenty, and money
ol tanl in our banks, capitalists thriving,
aid int. f?iii'iill'and constable everywhere,
A (A. ngr is demanded, and it mint come.
'Mi. ly shirts" will not prevent it, and the
incu who wavo them aro thoso who made
inuiiey out of thowar,and know that another
Wuld bo profitable to them. This year the
people will speak, and in tones that can net
Wo notice in all of our Exchanges a start
ling number of shcrifl's fales advertised, In
Indiana county, there are four hundred ex
e 'Utions for tho dUposal of property, and
this is um instance of the condition of things
all through tho country. Who is responsible
fur this? Tho Republican Party. Why?
liceuuto by their ruinous financial policy
aud by tho numberless defalcations of dls-
honest oll!ciali,put in olllcoby a Republican
President, and obstinately kept there by
him In spite of their thieving, the credit ol
the nation, uud the confidenco of man Iu
man, is utterly destroyed. Fannerr-, nnd
laboring men regardless of Party, if you de
sire honesty In the conduct of public ulla'rx
oi If you aro In debt aud wish to save your
property, vote fur Pershing nnd Piollet, and
help to stay iu this Stato at least, the tide nf
tinanotal ruin that U bo rapidly overwhelm
ifij tu nation,
It may tint bo fully understood by all our
re.uleis a 1 1 what kind of tar it Is that
makes the pantaloons of President Judges
stick so tenaciously to tho "Uencli," after
they have been upon it for eleven or twelve
H-ui.1. ('"publican LegMatt.te ltai j;lvcn
them t 1 ,000 n year and in nddl"ni to tins a
law is tmnn tho statute book, by the samo
uoiver. allow liur them to call one another to
hold courts' In different parts of tho statn at
$12, per day and mileage. Hence, Judges who
havo b.it llttlo real estato atb-imo to look
after, their salary being loaned out on usury
alciyhtot twelve percent, (notwithstanding
nicy are sworn to executo llio law that they
aro violating,! and their carpet bags being in
good order, they can mako n nice thing for
each other, nnd can elevate tin ir salaries to
$l)00 or $5,000 per milium by t'.o process of
"i n tickio you it you II tickle me. nils
kind of "tar" is very adhcsl -Montrose
While wo are in favor of u reduction of
taxation, and while wo fully ngi that thcro
aro many officials who receive mipciisatioti
far in excess of what their services aro
worth, wo cannot consent to place President
Judges in tho category of ore paid public
servants. Tho arduous duties iiey havo to
perform, and tho heavy responsibilities that
tlfuy bear, aro certainly worth 4.-4,000 a year.
It is not true that this sum is mo "tax that
makes them stick to tho Ucnr' , after they
havo been upon it eleven or twelve years."
AJudgo is required to bo Impartial, aud
after a series of years, ho find: It a difficult
tasK to return to tuo practico of law, whero
ho mint placo himself in tho shoes of his
client, aud work only for his side of tho
question. There havo been m ly instances
of excellent Judge who, upon returning to
practice, have failed as advocates. As to tho
compensation for holding special courts,
Judges havo to bear their own expenses and
when these aro paid, it docs not leave them
as much per diem as their regular salary
amounts to. Of course, they cannot bo ox
pected to do extra servico out of their own
Districts for nothing; no body does that.
There is another law on tho statute books,
that permits a chango of venue, from one
county to another which throws much extra
labor on Judges, for whicli they rcccivo no
compensation. But there is no use of pur
suing tho subject further. It is only thoo
who know littlo of legal proceedings who
howl about overpaid Judges ; those who
look upon tho position as a sinecure, and
who are not awaro that tho great labor of a
Judge is performed in tho solitudo of the
office where law books aro searched, aud
long opinions prepared by the severest kind
of mental exertioii,and this, too, almost con
stantly. Such articlc3 as tho ubovo havo no
other effect than to show ignorance or malice,
or both on tho part of tho writer.
We present the following ollicial table to
prove beyond all question that tho charges of
extravagance heretofore made in these
columns against tho administration of Gov.
Hartranft aud other Republican officials aro
fully sustained by tho official records and
are exactly true. Here is the table :
lSiit). 1603. isoa.
l'-;cc. and stato Pep 15,1m ik,ti"2 vi u,esii so
uuu. school Dep t. lis'j.uj'j ai oii.mks 97 3'Ji.sus as
AIM. 1..-....I. Dep t. ll.WI SO la,3'J3 01 '20,708 81
Sunoyoroenl3 Dpt n,3J2 ss ima-i 41 2o,S4s is
Ally Hunt's Dep't. 3,onooo 8.12a Bl s,;u gj
I'rcasury Departm't 10,770 10 8,410 ID H,Wi us
(331,793 9i (374,S74 01 fl 9,4(3 90
O E Alt Y. IIAUTItANPf.
1S69. 1ST'. 1373. 1S74.
E. S. D 32,b S7 30 S3 1 09 4,1,6 3 li'J 42,778 CO
Uom.S.D 4.15,910 71 607,191 (0 804,197 S3 WVSjlU
Aud.Cl.D 11,163 OS 18 537 OJ 113,397 81 17,915 08
IMir. (I. D 24,434 21 21,713 41 25.237 03 25,311 65
Atl'yQ.I) 0,052 05 (1,052 IB 0,839 51 8 053 6 1
TreusyD 14,123 65 14.12J 8) 14,244 89 12,797 99
I $531,li 37 1702,048 52 (914,310 67 $945,592 07
It is proper to say that tho ixpcnses of
the School Department include appropria
tions to tho schools and for salaries of
1'rom these figures it will be seen that tho
Executivo and State Departments arc made
to cost tho people nearly three times as
much under Hartranft's administration that
they did 'under Gov. Packer's twico as
much as in Curtin's first term and nearly
tho same as tho second, which included the
period of tho war and largely in excess of
Geary's, admitted by all to have been ab
surdly wasteful aud extravagant. If Gov.
Hartranft has done this during his first term,
while he is on good behaviour, what may
not be expected from him during a second,
when there will be no restraint upon him?
In addition to all this, tho Legislative ap
propriations during his administration have
been extravagant and excessive, but we have
not at present the official figures before us.
While tho expenses of the other Depart
ments exhibit gross extravaganco on the
part of tho Republican officials, thoy also
show clearly that amongst all the sinners in
that regard Gov. Hartranft is the chief I
lluu. Samuel K. Dlumiiek.
It is with great regret that wo announce
the death of Samuel E. Dimmick, the At
torney General of the Stato. From tho
Morning Patriot of Oct. 12, we learn that ho
died at the Lochiel House in Harrisburg on
Tuesday last, at 11 o'clock p, m. of
pneumonia. "The Patriot says :
He came to HarrUburg on Tuesday last
in order to attend the meeting of thi lioard
of Pardons. Ho was sick on his nrrlval
here, but attended tho first session of the
board. Ho has not been able to leave his
room since Wednesday"; hut a fatal termina
tion to his illness was not anticipated. His
remains will bo taken to Honesdalo for in
Tho public have lost an earnest, honest,
aud efficient officer, and Hartranft has lost
the man who made his administration re
spectable. Mr. Dimmick left his position as a member
of the Constitutional Convention to accept
tho ono which lie so ably filled to tho time
of his death. The veto messages which he
wrote, (although neoeasarily signod by Hart
ranft) struck terror alike to Pclgrims ond
corruptlonlsts, and to his credit it must bo
said that ho sought and received iu his re
form measures tho united support of the
Democratic minority iu the Legislature.
Personally ho was genial and kind and
his loss will bo as deeply regretted by politl
cal opponents as by tho party of which he
was an honored member.
Future Delegates. The second of our rules
regulating nominations provides that "The
representation of Districts in county con
vention shall bo in proportion to tho Demo
cratic vote of each as cast at tho most recent
election for Governor." lly polling a good
vote DloomsbuJg gained ono delegate, Scott
ono delegate, and Sugarloaf eamo within ono
vote of having thrte. Hemlock because of
a slim vote lost one delegate Our friends
therefore see tho luiportanco of polling u
full vote this year, because it will deeldo
their delegute representation for the next
thrco years. Hemlock can galu its delegate
by active work, Sugarloaf kecure another,
and many other Townships, not only savo
what they have, but increase the number.
Wilt Somebody Eipla'n V
The cost ill the different Departments In
our State iu 1800 wero 3,637,M7 32
In 1874 (Hartranft Gov,) U,fH2,W7 80
Increaie from Migler to Hart'
That is. It costs twice as much to run our
Stita nolltlcal machinery umler a Kenubli-
can Governor u It uVd undtr a Peisocrat)
Wnsl'lollct In thcSoullicrn Army?
Yes, In tho war with Mexico, and wo must
confess Jeff, DAvls.Scott, Sherman and somo
other men were there, and "drank from tho
samo canteen." Ilut It is seriously charecd
that he participated In tho now famous
" Fishingcreek Confederacy." Somo of our
contemporaries deny It. It is time that this
1'isuingcrcek" arratigcmcut, like tho
"bloody shirt" and "outrago" business, was
dropped j and for several reasons. Thcro
never was any Confederacy, no rcslstaneo
to draft or troops, linearis, guns, nor
ammunition. Tho Infat; cavalry, and
artillery camo hero before tho October
election of 1801, marched whero thoy wished
without molestation, imprisoned whom they
pleased, guarded tho different election places
iu defiauco of constitution nnd law, and
took to Fort MIIHIn somo seventy Innocent
aud unolTendlng citizens. It was a glorious
task, though not a man was killed or wound
ed iu the attempt.
In 1872 lluckalcw was supposed to havo
led this mythical rebel host. AW wo learn
that it was Piollet. It is even hinted tlmt
ho crucified the Redeemer, help bum John
llogers at the stake, aud was thu first man to
firo on Fort Sumter I
Wo don't bcllevo it. In fact, living on
tho Fishingcreek from boyhood wo must dc
uounco this bosh asnbsurd.
Col. Piollet was here at tho close of tho
war, at tho famous Nob Mountain Meeting,
and his best defence is tho words ho spoko
thcro In presenco of tho "confederacy" and
Fort Miflllu men, ns follows:
If thero ever was a timo in our history
when tho active exertions of all tho laboring
and producinc classes of the countrv worn
called for to regulato the political aflalrs of
tuo country, it is now. wo havo just
emerged from a civil war of the most gigan
tic proportions, and we are proud and happy
attho result; wo congratulato each other
when we meet, upon tho fact that victory
perches on the national banner, nnd that the
union oftheso States, the glorious Union be
queathed to us by our fathers, has stood the
shock of war, and that we havo been able to
maintain it against armed resistance. In
our political assemblies, and in casual meet
tings of tho citizens, we find everywhere
men who havo borne arms iu defence of the
Union. The soldiers who went to battle for
tho Unioti havo como back among us, and
they deserve to bo remembered with grati
tude by all; they deserve a helpingliiind
from every one of us ; and they deserve to
know from us, iu our political discussions,
so much of the past as will put us, as politi
cal partisans and lriends, right with them.
I intend in all tho transactions of life to
stand tho firm, unyielding friend of tho man
who battled for tho Union ; I will give him
a prcferenco in every way that I can, ho that
ho may bo able to earn h'is livelihood during
tho remainder of his days. I am willing
that tho trea-ury shall pay him a pension for
services rendered, out of tho monoy collected
by taxes from the peoplo.
I want tho soldiers who havo como homo
to understand that tho difTcrenco between
tho Kepuhlicaii3 and ourselves, in regard to
the war, was not a diUereuco as to whether
tho rebellion should bo put down or not, but
it was just what I havo stated. Wo invite
them now into our councils, and I should
certainly prefer any ono of them for office to
any of thoso shoddy gentleman who havo
been "helping" tho Government. You
know what that means, for you recollect tho
picturo of tho man who got into Mr. Chase's
paper money factory, and was pulling ofi'the
any of them, aro better than those gentle
men. They aro better than the politicians
who staid at homo to tako care of tho party,
and falsify, and villify, and misrepresent
their neighbors, who chanced to differ from
them in politics, but who wero supporting
tho Government with all their power, and
even forgiving, or at least trying to put out
of view, tho abuses of an Administration
whoso acts made honest men's flesh crawl.
We give below a few of the many notices
which have appeared in our Kxchangc3,cou
ccrniug tho change of Editors of tho Coi.
Tho Bloomsburg Columbian has changed
hands. II. L. Dieflenbach, retiring and
Messrs. Brockway & Elwcll assuming pro
prietorship of the same. Tho paper lost in
Mr. Dieflenbach a very able editor, but we
are assured that Iirockway & Elwell will
maintain all its former virtue. Wo wish
success to all parties concerned in this trans
Henry L.Dieffenbach lias retired from the
llloomsburg Columbian, and will bo succeed
ed by Messrs. Iirockway & Elwell, who will
promptly assume the editorial control of the
paper. The Columbian is ono of our most
valuable exchangcs.and wo hope that it may
prosper under tho management of its new
editors. JIuntingdon Monitor.
H. L. Dieflenbach, Esq., tho able editor
of the Bloomsburg Columbian, retires from
tho paper after two years of valuable servico
in that office ; aud is to bo succeeded by
Messrs. Iirockway A. Elwell, two young men
of talent of that town. Tho former repre
sented Columbia in the Legislature a num
ber ofsessions,and tho latter is a son of Judge
Elwell, and a member of tho liar of much
Mr. D. is obliged to chango his residence
by reason of the death of relative, and ex
presses his regreta that it is necessary for him
to hayo a residence elsewhere Luzerne Un
ion. Wo are sorry to loso from tho Editorial
profession Mr. Henry L. Dieflenbach, of tho
llloomsburg Columbian, ho having sold that
journal to Messrs. Iirockway & Elwell. The
Columbian, under the management of Mr,
Dieffenbach, was one of tho ablest Demo
cratic papers in Pennsylvania. To tho new
firm we wish an abundant harvest of news
paper honors. Mr. Iirockway, was formerly
connected with tho paper as its editor and
proprietor. Ctearfield Jlepublican
Cant. Charles li. Iirockway and Geo. E
Elwell, Esq., this week tako charge of the
Bloomsburg Columbian, which has hitherto
been under control of Mr. II, L. Dieflen
bach. Under tho new management the pa-
fer will unquestionably bo a success. Capt.
Irockway is an experienced newsnaner man
of ability and popularity, and his associato
is equally capable. We wish them the
createst pecuniary rewaru ana extend them
a hearty welcomo into tho editorial ranks
while we also greet them with hospltablo
i i . !!.!.. I .1 .. iv ir , .
nanus to a political ucatii. tavmour Ameri
II. L. Dieffenbach editor of tho Columbian
retired from the control or tho paper with
tho last issue and C, 1). Iirockway and G. E,
Elwell assume henceforth its management.
In tho retirement of Mr, Dieffenbach tho
Democratic party looses ono or its ablest
writers and while wo dissent from tho doc
trines ho taught wo aro compelled to admit
their ability, under his control tho Chi
umbian obtained tho position of ono of tho
leading Democratic organs in the State aud
if wo should judgo from tho frequent quota
tion from its columns wo should assign it the
fi rst place. Iu his iutcrcourso with his edi
torial brethren ho has been perfectly honor
able and by his dignified course has done
much to elevate journalism and keep it out
of the slough of personalities. Mr. Brock
way is not new to tho prcts and we welcomo
him back to the profession, While wo can
not wish tho new firm of Iirockway it Elwcll
success Iu tho propagation of tho doctrines
which they may teach wo hopo that as a
business venture they will meet with the re
ward that should follow u faithful attention
to business Jltoomtburg Jlepublican,
The Republicans have got to the bottom
of Judgo Pershlng.s record and all they
have found hum I paid for tho candle used
In searching. The fact Is, the Radicals
havo about given up iu despair, for tho
Ifiore they investigated tho more thoy found
what thpy uidll t wnt, J'fiua, Chronicle,
How can any liepubllcau oppose Gen,
iik Andrew P. Purlin, the Republican
war Qovtruor of I'euniylvanU,
greenuacKS anu putting tnem into his pocket.
They asked him what he was doing, and he
said he was "helping the Government,,'
Laughter The men who carried muskets.
DEMOCRAT, BLOOMS DUllG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA
MoitR RncoiiD. Hero Is what Colonel
John W. Forney said to John F. Hattranft
In 1872. Isn't Forney good authority 7
Hartranft's accounts with Yerkcs shows
that tho former gambled in stocks to an
amount aggregating $700,000 iu ono year
1871 and that ho had no margin on deposit
worth mentioning. Tho Inference is, of
course, that those fancy stocks wero carried,
as Yerkcs swears, "with money belonging to
tho Commonwealth of Pennsylvania."
Philadelphia JVcss (Hejntbtican) September,
Never have the charges ngainst any public
man been so clearly proven as thoso ngainst
Auditor General Hartranft, Ho has been
convicted of unfaithfulness ns nn official,
with speculating with tho bonds of tho Com
monwealth, and with allying himself with n
band of corruptlonlsts. Not n slnglo sub
stantial answer has been mado to any of tho
accusations against him Philadelphia Press.
(Jlepublican) September, 1872.
Ono of the most damaging counts in the
long indictment ngainst General Hartranft
is unquestionably that connecting htm di
rectly with Mackcy and Yerkcs, tho broker,
in stock gambling opcratlons.carried on with
tho State moneys. The proofs of this nrc
absolutely conclusive J'hiladelpMa J'rcss.
(Jlepublican) September, 1872.
Gov. HiiKimicKs ox tiii: Stump. Gov.
Hendricks lias taken tho stump for tho Dem
ocratic ticket in Ohio. Ho mado his first
speech at Zanesvillo to nn exceedingly large
coucourso of people. Tho Governor took nn
tho speclo resumption bill passed at tho last
Congress which was voted for by tho Repub
licans and opposed by tho Democrats, both
in tho house and tho senate, and showed up
its ruinous tendencies. Ho announced that
ho was in favor of speclo payments but not
until a largo amount of our indebtedness
was paid, and then ho was not iu favor of
forced specie resumption, but through tho
encouragement thoso productions the export
ation of which would bring to tho country.
The reason why Judgo Pershing refuses
to resign tho judgship and tako tho stum p
for tho Democrats, is explained by a corres
pondent of tho New York Tribune, who has
lately interviewed tho Judge, iu this wise :
"Two considerations, ho said, have led him
to his decision respect for what appears to
be the unanimous desire of tho people of his
judicial district as well as tho advico of his
personal friends; and a feeling that it is his
duty to continue to perform the judicial
functions with which ho has been intrusted,
and not desert his post to seek for an office.
Tho business of his courts is exceedingly
complicated, on account of tho many suits
involving tho title to lands which were once
considered worthies, but by the discovery of
coai on tnem havo become of great value.
Lawyers and litigants appcaraliko unwilling
to havo him resign."
The Democratic Column.
In 1870 thero were 4 Democratic Gover
nors ; in 1875, 21 Democratic Governors. In
1870, -1, Democratic Legislatures ; in 187(5,24
Democratic Legislatures. In 1870, 00 Dem
ocratic members of tho House of Represen
tatives of tho United States ; in 1875, 180
members of that body. In 1870, 12 Demo
cratic members of tho Senato of tho United
States ; in 1875, 28 members. The ratio of
progression will furnish still moro suggestive
figures in the coming Centennial year, when
thoy will mako a clear sweep. Common
Tho Clearfield county Jury acquitted
Siney, tho principal, and convicted Parks,
tho subordinate. Wo havo not had time to
read Judge Orvis' opinion but we doubt his
alleged construction of tho conspiracy act o
187 2. In fact we drew it up aud passed it
it is reported that Dervish Pacha witli
nine battalions of troops, havo entered tho
village of Piva, Bosnia, without resistance.
Dante's house, in Florence, has been
purchased by tho city authorities, and is to
restored to tho stylo of tho fourteenth cen
jn point oi numucrs, tho standiiiR annv
of Italy rates the fourth among European
It costs nearly as much to keep the Eng
lish army of 530,000 men as that of Franco
iri. i ; r, ii . .. ,
iu .iMiiuricun kyoucgo is tuo Homo o
Cardinal McCloskey while ho remains in
Rome. This college was established about
sixteen years ago, the Popo giving the
grounds and building. Bishop Corrigan, of
isewark, N. J., and the Rev. Charles O'Con
nor, rector of the seminary at Philadelphia,
aro among its graduates.
The Castle of St. Angclo, the 'old papal
fortress, is to bo opened ns a curiosity shop
to tourists twico a month. Tho sights are
somo pictures and tho cellf whero Beatrice
Ceuci, Benvcnuto Cellini, and other famous
personages wero imprisoned by cardinals.
Spain is still engaged in tho pretended
eflort to put down the movement of the
Cubans for independence, and several thou
sand additional troops have been sent thcro
Until tho Spanish government can restore
peaco at homo it ought to bo contented to
leave Cuba alone.
The man who involuntarily caused tLe
I'ren' h defeat at Waterloo has just died
His name was Pierre Cockz, and he was
seventy-hvo years old. Ho was a naturalized
Belgian, and was captured by tho army o:
Hlucher, tied to tho tail of a horse, and
compiled to act as a guldo during the days
ol June 10 an 1 10,1815.
Tho Marquis de Caux is said to attend the
opera every night when his wife, Adclinn
Patti, sings. Ho sita in a retired corncr.and
watches her intently while she is on tho
stage. When tdio retires his interest flags at
once, and he turns his attcution to tho
house. When tho performance is over, the
marquis tells Madaino Patti wherein ho
docs not quite like her singing or her acting,
aud she does better next time, and thinks
her husband tho best critic in tho world. At
least so says report, and that they live very
Among the Stato archives at Milan, thcro
havo lately been discovered several auto
graphs of Galileo, Thoy refer to his nego
tiations with the Spanish Government rela-
tlvo to ceding the application of his method
for applying longitude to navigation, and
also to Galileo's journey to Rome, iu 102-1,
to pay homage to Pope Urban VII.
Gi:hman Oci:an O.nck Dhv Land,
The German ocean, or Nortli sea, llko the
English Channel, was ouco an inland plain
or valley, raised far above tho sea level. Tho
sea has but recently invaded this depressed
plain, submerged its forests, and superceded
Its river courses. The buried trees of its
sunken forests nro still standing, rooted In
their own vegetable soil, although beneath
tho waves. Cromer forest, which dips into
tie waters from the coast of Norfolk, is the
Hio.it famous pf tho submerged, forests of (hp
German oceau, This ancient woodlaud hag
been traced at low tide for more than forty
King Solomon'- Tin., in it' "1 tf" ,- u -. ,
Ibj mccesior, erected by Zerubb ibi, sto ' !
nearl) COO years. It win pirtly taken down by
Herod nnd replaced by third. The Tern
of Ilcrod, nftcr standing 100 years, was de
stroyed by tho Romans under Tllm. Tho
Mo'quo of Omar, occupying tho original site
of tho Temple, has stood about 1,200 years,
The Princo Imperial of Franco is rcdorted
to bo in bad health, mid a Paris corrcpou
dent of tho London Daily Kcki says ! " The
organic feebleness of tho Pilnco Is tho reason
why MFKmllo Oliver and other member of
Prlueo Nnpoleon's parly went to Arenen
berg, Thoy calculalo that If tho party of
Appeal to tho Peoplo get In their pretender,
the cousin Jerome , ill, under the provision
mado by tho lato Emperor, be thi tw'iilunl
A method of catching fish, uniplnvcd for
years In England, Is to fill a largo clone but
tlo with quicklime, then to pour In water
enough to nearly fill tho jar, and cork II up,
securing tho cork to tho neck of tho bnttlo
by copper wire. Tho boltlo Is thrown into
tho water, and tho pressure, caused by the
working of tho lime, explodes tho bottle and
stuns tho fish, which then float helplessly on
tho surface of tho water.
Pennsylvania lias 3,111 post ofiicei.
Thero nro fifty-six leise ball elubs
Robert Dale Owen
his health and mind
spend tho winter at
has mi far rci'iiveted
that he pinpiwr-j (
the home of his son
Lrncst in Marquette.
The Centennial biilldlng-i are li"! cmlii,
on apace. Three thousand men am mm
employed at the ground.
It was cpizooty that aihnl
She was driven before, nhv b,.i!
ered, and her lungs congested.
Rev. C. 13. Cheney has b"cu clec.ed Bish
op of Chicago, by tho Synod of the Refo-ii-ed
Tho whirligig of timo brings its revenges
and Theodore Tilton is drawn as a juror in
mu uruuKiyii city court.
Ten thousand dollars was tho verdict for
tho plantill on Wednesday of last week i
iteamng in mo seuuction caso of Mishl
The hogs in Central Ohio are suffering
rim .in uiimiuivii uiscaic", anu ate (lying ra
Copper has been discovered nn llmf-in,.
of Mathias Kaupp, in Wolf township, Ly
coming county. Tho oro is said to exist in
largo quantities about six feet below the sur
lace, it yields above sixty-fivo per cent.
Delano is the tenth member of tho Cabinet
who nas rcsigncu siuco urant uccamo Prcst
ucni. ineron.'H been less fixity of tcnun
in tho Cabinet Departments than hascharae
icrizcu any previous Administration
In tho United States district court at Bal
timore it has been decided flint rout oiL'Iiif
a bankrupt is a preferred claim, and a dis
"."i.iiii. isauuu .uier tuo marshal camo
into possession of tho bankrupt's effects was
,rM-ell7,.IIool,,er 11 theological student o
Milford, Pa., whilst traveling with ilishoii
TTou-n wna.i,, 1 ...7.1. I . '
.V, -mm ouuuuiij M.-1.ai wim iicmorrnaj
ui uiu uiigs, anu died in a lew minutes, at
. ,w,i """""J 'e-iui, iu Jersey ejity, on
thn '.'Mill nlf v '
On Monday evening of hut week an oi
lamp cxploded iu the house of Edward Top
j..., ... uiiuiiiuMii, which sctnro to tho cloth
nigoi jirs. loppy, and before assistance
came to ner sue was severely burnt that
caused her death during tho night.
fho flag ship of Commodore Perry, tho
Lawrence, sunk in Erie harbor sixtv-twn
years ago, was raised September 13th, and
tho bottom found to bo iu good state of
preservation. It is intended to exhibit tho
te-ase-i ui tuo lycnieiilual.
Dr. McLaren, the Bishop elect o
Wlthlll four Wlrs Inn In., ,,.! Tw,..
a I'rcsUytcrian pulpit into an Episcopalian
Bishopric. This is a feat never before
equaiicu uy any clergyman in this country,
The town of Indianola, Texas, was almost
ri,r' u"-soyc uyino recent storm on the
uuii uuiisi. iiic ngnt-houses, wharves an
nearly every nouso was swept away, and
over oiic-iiunureu and lilty lives lost.
JJanicl Dourrhcrtv. Ksn ttm C, ,.,!, ni.n
adelphia lawyer, whoso brillant lectures last
'f, wero among tho most pleasing events,
gets i?l,200 for a week's visit to tho West.
Tin: Xi;w Law Diiakt.ui-.vt at Lv
i'AYi:rn: C01.LIXJI- Last Wkck. Tho in
'ii S,T i ,x ,WIW "cl'vcrcd in Pardee
Yn uy -ion. w h. Kirlcpatrick, Dean o
uiu department, nio Faculty consists
ui nmu ie-iiiiiaiion, anu ions expo
l-tlll-n 1,1 l,n l.nn. 1 ... . k .
..w.w u Lin.-uij unu practico oi law
Carruth, tho ex-editor, lato of Vinclan
iNcw Jersey, is failing in health from t
cuecisoi tuo wound liilfictcd on him
it is icared ho will not live long. Tho storv
ui ;i seme'incut uciween tho injured man an
in lurauumu it pronounced without loun
dation. Should Carruth d
ill all probability, bo tried for his murder.
Mms Josie Marshall Jewel!, eldest dau"h
Hartford on Wednesday to Mr. Arthu
Murray Dodge, tho youngest son of Hi
E. Dodge, of Xew Vork city. Tliei
I horn "i
distinguished company awl tho usual fasl;
Tho second Protectant Eniswio.-il ..imrt
congress will beheld in Philadelphia on tho
win mui, um uiidisiiioi iMoveinbcr. and
will bo presided over by Rt. Rev. William
Bacon Stevens, bishop of tho diocese of
rcnnsyivania. iiiero win bo a liir'o repre
sentation of clerical and lay delegates, the
lormcr including mo bishops ot all tho dio
coses throughout tho country. During tin
sessions there will bo discussed a number of
theological subjects looking toward the per
fection of the church work. Papers will In
read and tho debates will bo maintained bv
uiu iiiuuiui-io (ueeem,
Tho Alexandria (Va), Gazette says that
Ocn. Fitzhugji Leo has received a letter
from the Khedive of Egypt in which his high
ness, liner paying .nr. ura u High personal
iriuuiu, says uiuv uu la ueauuua ui luruutlg i
"body iruard." and that ho wishes as such
veteran soldiers, and also that they shall bo
tho picked men out oi mo wnoio Amerieai
cavalry in the civil war; and that if the Gen
eral thinks the niacK iiorso uavairy coul
bo organized to wnto to that effect. Tho
GazetteaMi that such a reorganization is
Impracticable, tho members ol tho lato Black
l torso being scattered over tuo globo,
Wm. M. Tweed pays $50 tier week for
his accommodations in l.udlow !5treet Jail.
Ho sees nobody but his family his physician
ami his lawyers. It is customary at tho jail
when, for convenience, a prisoner wishes to
bo out in tho open air air lor a lew Hours in
company of an ollicer, to grunt him that
privilege for a leo not nxcd, out utsessed nc-cord'uiL-
to tho amount of tho bail, in default
of which ho is held, a kind of discounting of
tho risk involved, Mr. Tweed's bail is fix
ed at $3,000,000, and half u day's liberty in
Ills caso would bo scneuiiied at about iuu,
Ho has only availed himself of this license
once, however, when he went homo for two
1 1 i i ... .ii.i . . .i .
oriurco nours, out uiu not pay lor mo pri
vilege. LlAlllMTY I'Oll EltKlllTIININd A IfORHi:
UY WIIIH'n.l.Nil, In the caso ot the 1' h -
aded nliia. Wilmington fc Baltimoro Railroad
Company, against Stinger, appeal from tho
riilladelpniu uounty iiisinct uourt, winch
was a caso where the defendant in error was
drivinc a horse, known to bo afraid of loco
motives, along a road parallel ami near to
thotrucir, and the engineer olan approaching
train oounded tho wuistle, causing tho horso
to run away and throw the man to tho ground,
njuring mm, lor which injury no brought
lilt to recover damages, tho .Supreme Court
of Pennsylvania held: 1. That the miestlon
whether tho lo of tho whistlo in tuat caso
was negligent yas for tho itiry to decide, hut
not whether any use, of tho whistle was neg-
llg.'H. i. 4'hu. lio use oi a Iiorso known
to bo afraid of locomotives in tho vicinity of
a railroad was contributory negligence. The
Ju'lgraent of the Ipwer Court, giving damo,
goi, wm reversed aud ft hew trial ordered,
lllX',l(!-l!tl,t,tll.-0!ltlinlllltl'.ll tliO l:c.VI.
I!u ii ii, l.ull.t.i, Mr.WIIIUt.i llehvla to Mt
civ Ml itin.t I'.tilU both of toc i't townlilp, Colum
UUilitit-l.liKKitt-Ontlioeth lnst.,b) tho It.'V.
Wllll.imt). Ultzle, Dr. KvercttW. It'ittcrU) -MH
Enim.it Krii'jU, bnth ot Catawlwa, l'u.
llnlT.M!:;i;il-VAI.Ti:il.-()n tho :ih Inst In tlio
llcfe-i'i.-i'il tli'iich llioomsbuirf. l'u., b' Kv. i.t.
llerrmtler. o-.iiit -l by llcv. II. V. ttorT.nelcr, lilen
nrJ W. Iloirnn-IT, M. I)., to Miss Mary Amies
Walter, both ot Manchester, MarUtn1.
Y0lli:.-tu lurnlek on tho til lust., Mrs. H.,mli I
Yolie. wtfo nf .times Volie, a;t.l 21 e.us, 1 month
(tl Hi:!l.-ln M.iclKon twp . on 'Hi in't , Wllll.mi
ilenr.v, youDite .t . nlld of Jamiu mil Mar .I.ino
i I'l-.or. ujreil 5 months iin'l 21 il lys.
V: til Util.t. In Main tup , Itrlwrru Altec llartzcll,
n ji'il I s yen'.i, 3 months unit 14 il.tys.
bLUAN. 1'ell ntecii In Jesus at her restdtnoe lu
lllooiiisbuiir, IU., en tho 7th day ot uctobe-r 197S,
Mrs. Mnrjaiet Sloan, consort of the late Major Wil
li tin Moan, nRcd 73 years,
llll)I.KMAK.-t)n tha 4th Inst,, attho resldonee ot
lercinlah I tins, In Kast Istoonisburi?, Catharine 111
ilipinuii, njriMl 7') years, c months and !i d.ij s.
Con, new. "
ii.ii , " "
I'lmr per barrel ...
n -. .d
I'U' ' I ' -
Miles . H'luilldc-rs .
T.iiiil iir jii il li.l
TU;. i i lull
i v iv
rjCOT VI fnNS
1 4,oo per Ton
rt I 4,1"! " "
n.u l '
nip nf 'v
Democratic Stato Nominations.
CY11US L. PERSHING,
Of Schuylkill county.
VICTOR E. PIOLLET,
(If Bradford countv.
Columbia Co. Demooratio Nominations.
CIIAltLKS O. IlAMvIiEY, llloomsburg.
aiCOUOK SCOTT, Catawlssa.
11. FRANK ZAHll, Illoomsburg.
liK.iiSTUii and nr.coiiDi:n,
WILLIAMSON II. JACOI1Y, Iiloomsburg.
Dr. HUGH W. .McltKYNOLDS, Hemlock.
SILAS AV. McIIKNRY, Jackson.
JOHN IIKKNEK, Locust.
JOHN 15. OASIiY, Hloonisbiirir.
TIN V. II. KLINE, Catawissa.
Eepublican State Nominations.
Governor Joitx F. IIahti'.anit.
Stato Treasurer IIkniiy Hawli:.
Prohibition Stato Nominations.
Governor ItonniiT A. Ilitow.vi:.
State Treasurer Elijah V. rnNXVPACKnu.
l)eniocratlo mccllnija will bo held ns announced be
low. Tho Vlgllanco CommltUies will please seo that
tho places whero meetings aro llxed aro properly
warmed. Two speakers w 111 attend each meeting.
Mount Pleasant, nt Miller's school house, Saturday
Main, ut Molnillle, Saturday, Oct. 16th.
Kcott, at Ksjiy, Saturday, Oct. lcth ,
Orangevllle, Monday, Oct. nth.
Jerseytown, Monday, Oct. 1Mb.
Fowlcrsvllle, Tuesday, Oct, loth,
1'ranklln, Tuesday, Oct. 19th.
Iwust, at Yeagcr's hotel, Wednesday, Oct. sotli,
Mlfllln, In school house, Wednesday, Oct. 20th.
Hohrslmrg, Wednesday, Oct. Suth.
Centrolla, Thursday, Oct. 21.
Stillwater, Thursday, Oct. 21st.
lljcr's drove, Thursday, Oct. 21st.
Koundryvllle, Friday, Oct. 22d.
Heaver, Friday, Oct. 22d.
lola, Saturday, Oct. 23d.
Jackson, Saturday, Oct. 23d.
llcnton, Monday, Oct. 5th.
Sugarloaf, nt I'leklcl Colo's, Tuesday, Oct. 2Mb.
Tho obovo will be evening meetings aud will com
mence nt li o'clock. Whero no building Is nunied
tho mcmbeis of tho standing committee will see that
a placo Is procured. Places not piovided for will bo
nueu by writing to tho chairman ot tho County Com-
inutee. lly order of the Standing Committee.
W. J. IlucKAi.Kiv, Chairman.
rOK RENT. Tlio office formerly occupied
J.' uy Mr. iiieiieiibicn, m tho beeond story of the
CoeuuuiAH bulldluir Is for rent. Tho hanrinm imy
.ueeil tiiaiigeii iu inu jaw uiueo oi uruc'Kll ay K 1.111 ell.
JOT1CK OF DISSOLUTION.
mereantlln liuslties.-4 lier,.fnfnr,i e.n-i ni nn iv
tho linn ot Chainberlln A Kltsheu In tho village of
i iiiM mn u.iy iieeii uiasuiveu uy mutual consent
Tho business in 1 hereafter bo enrrimi mi nv .1 n
Kitchen who Is authorised tocolect all debts duo
inu in iu unu nay nn niueoieuuess or tuo same.
J. II. KITCIIU.V.
Persons Indebted to tho underslcnrii fni-n,H-,-iic-.
Ing or other nrlntlng must hotllo unlinuiiNii.iriir i,v
payment or nolo, bubbcrlbers lu arrears for tho
Coi.umui in urunlso requested to setllo prompty, in
cash or note. Tho undersigned, or somebody for
hours, at room No. 1, Columbian building, occu led
by.?:'Ki''Vls.Eiill,'iiSa lawomee, '.oceupuu
may nt all limes bo found dining business
wei.iy.p-n . ii. I. JMiiri-iiNUACU,
KrOUl til S llatO thO lUOOmsbllr'' (Inst IVllnnnnv ulll
put In tcrilco pipes at first cost uud furnish uud set
meters nt four dollars euth.
The company haiu on hand a lot of gas tar sulKd
for painting roofs, and iwsts or ottier Umbers placed
l'rlco lti cents per gallon or 12.50 ner barrel.
C. W. MU.I.F.I.
A UDITOK'S NOTICE.
JCttate of Sylvester Ciaccr, late of Franllin
no uiiueraiKueii, .Auiiiiurio maho uistriuutlon of
Uie funds In the hands of thu Administrators of Syl.
The undersigned. Auditor to mako distribution of
rators ot syi-
jesier cienver, deceased, will utteiul to tho duties of
day. 't'ho 10th day if Koienilir.ls
hours of ft. m.. nnd 3 11. in., when linii wiinrn nil
1W nilM nllnnnl nl 1. . nil ... I..
persons havlue'clalms n'Mlnst tlmsnlii i-uinin urn r.
iiul'cd to present tho siuno before tho Auditor, or bo
ueoarreu iroin coming in ror nsnaru of said fund.
WILLIAM L. HVKHI.V,
Tiie Great Cause of Human Misery. ,
Just published in a sealed envelope, J'riceOcts.
A LKCTUllHontho nntuie treatment
unu iiauicai uuro or seminal weakness,
.i'.iiniui i ..u.,1, (iiuuuii uj neii-iuiiisu
iiiiuiuuiary emissions, imnoieiicy. ner.
ous debility and liniH'dlments to umirlago ccner.
ally, consumption, epilepsy nnd Ills; menial mid
physical incapacity, to., by lioilllltT J, CULvlilt.
ivni.L, .ii, i)., uuthor of tho (Ircen Hook Ac.
Tho world-rcnoiviitd author In lids iidiulralilo lec
ture, clearly proiesfroin his own exi.Tlciicu that
tho nn ful consequences of self ubuso may ba elleeu
ually removed n Ithout medicine, and without dun-
gerous surgical oiieratlons, bougies, Instruments,
rings, or cordials, pointing out a modo of euro at
onco certain ami effectual, by which nery tuffeier.
nu mailer niiae uisconuiuon may uo, may euro him
self eneapiy, privately piiu radically.
7'Ai'j J.ectuce will prove a boon lo thousands
Bent under seal, In a plain envelope, to uny ad-
uresa, uu reci'ipe ui six ceil is or two posiajTO lilamps.
Auuress mo ruuusners,
CHAH. J. 0. KI4NU ii CO.,
Iiii Uowcry, Now Vork, I'oat omco Uox Laso.
Atiri. ip, i-y
l m . . i I
t-M,UU rnui'TT on $IUU
tut clrcutars telling, "llow lis tfouo," bent treeT I
ddr.Ks U,xrH co UWiker,. m J,,, j
r.sTATK of ('. n. Biton-ST. t'rc K -;.
Ihf Umhimx (win w -'""'.' ... n,n'r,nnl
Tho iiniler.lBii.Ml, Atidltor iri win .,,
i iiik linn snf i m Ailmlnlstriiior'ii .,,,
leenaieil, lllnltr-ml tutlieilM Iesm m X ;,m,
it tho . oniro ...t nrockiiuy A l,le V'Volk n. i.i.;
hi. iiio unii'iMit
on l'rld.iv. No
for a Mi mi nf said fund. OI.O. I., i.bw i . j
llloomswirtf, ucr.s, uio.mi.
. ..,, --.nt't-
-4 - TmrK4iiII. ....
titers ,t. AdmlnHrntlou ontl,; cshito or
ii oi .null.. , ,,.,,,.
Kostenba udcr. deceased.
1 bo undersigned Auditor to inaku '"V W-KiSi
tl li.ilan. o of ilicrmuls in ,"''' ' ''." ,:V, , - 'nt ' n
limrnu tuui.it (imm"" ,lr
..stat I''" s-i'iio lH.-f.iio tho
Auillio? (Ir bc'ilebarred f.u.ii eonilm; In lor a slmro ot
said fund. ' ' : .
t'et. 8,'i5-4w Auditory
A' I'MTOU'S NOTIC'IC.
tITlTB OK AUISI HIM., IiECKASEP.
Tho undersigned, auditor appointed by tho Or
phan's court ot Columbia county to in.iko d J'V,,,V
tun of llio balance In llio bandsof Hleiilieli l llll, Ad-
,n,..P,.ffii..,cinii, nr Ait.mi li 1. i.itu of lentre.
townslilp. will ntteiidto tho duties of Uls appoint.
ment at liH olllee, In mooinsourir, on wwi
,i. .i,- r,t v.-,,,.iir mTn. .it. lone nek. Initio
foroiinoon, when nnd whero all Yrcrhotis linv Insf
claims on tho fund nro reiiulred (o present them
or bo debaned from comtn-; In tor ii fjlmre of tno
""let'. S, '75-1 w " ' Auditor,
t UDITOK'S NOTICK.
i n urmi r.VWIVil. tiV.CK ISC1).
--.V. n,i.'.r.itnnii Aufiiinr'tn illitrlliuto fund In
tho hamN nf llio Anmtnt-.trntor. ot tho estate of
.lacob Mnnntn-r, deeeased, ninnn-,' the rait lei .en
titled thereto.w ill meet the parties Interested lor the
liurnoso of his nmiolntnient'on Jlond.iv, octolier is,
17. nt 10 o'clock, n. m., nttheonicuof l It. Ikeler,
, ., ..t,t. , rimn i, . I til-ip nil ti.irtles
111 IllUUlll-lJUm', ill- 11 "I." m-
Interested Mill attend nnd present their claims, or
bo roreveruenaireii irom eomiuw in ii ,iiii''"i,,u
share In said estate. v. r. Iltl.LJ ii i.ii,
liluomsburir, September 17, l'74t Auditor.
N TUG MATTKll Ol' TUB KSTATE OF ai:OHOE MACS,
Tho undersltrned, Auditor to make dlstilbutlon ('t
Ihob.ilaneoof the funds In the hands of Thomas. I.
VniHirsiien. AdmiiiUtratnr. with thu i 111 annexed.
nppoiniineni in ins ouiee. iu iiiuuinsuuit,-, u iuui.--ii
iv. iietntiei- u. iiTi. nt. la n'elock. n. m . ivheh and
where nil persons hailns claims nsahist tho said
estate nro required lo pieselittlio same before the
Auditor, or bu debarred from eonilni; infornMiaiu
of snhl fund. KUliKIl l' i: ui..iiiu,
lilooinabui'ir, Sept. 17,'75-lt. Auditor,
J'J KHTATH OF rilll.ll' IVUilOV, DECI'ASRn.
Li-tters te.sLnnentarv nn tho estittn of l'lltlln Wit
son, late ot l'hhlnccreek ton uslilp, Columbia county,
deceased, lime been ernnted bv llio Iteelhter of said
county, lo.lulla A. ivilson and Jacob o. Wilson, of
iitors, to whom alt persons indebted to said estate
nro i-eitie.steil to mako payment, and those limine;
claims or demands against the Mid estate will make
risuiuKcreeK lownsni i, e-oiumnia eouniy, i n. i.xcc-
them Known to tho buld Executors u Ithout ilelny.
J Ul.l.l A. Il ll.U.l,
Aujf. 27, '75-Ct. Kxeeutors.
I erst lni.f nijiMitni'v nn I ho n-.tiif il nr. lull II Michael.
K.STATK OF JOHN MICHIRI.. IlKCKlSKn.
laic or .Miinin tow nsnip, eoiinnma eouniy, iieceiiM-u,
haio been Kranted by Ihc Ueitister of said county to
John II. Metier, of AllMIn township, Columbia coun
ty. IM , Uxccutor, to whom nil perw ns Indebted to
Raid estate nro renuested to make navment nnd
those hallux clahus or demands against thu Mild
estate will make them known to the said Executor
wilhout uelay. JOHN II. I1K1 I.Kit,
Aiiif. lo-ct. l'xccutor.
r kstate of iiicuiitli v. Kn.i.pie. iire'n.
U'ttcrsoi Administration on thoLstateof l.lchard
F. Keller of Centrnlla, Columbia County deceased
haio heen granted liy llio register or said county
t.unucl L. Keller Ccutralla. I'olumbla eountv. l'u..
w horn all neTsnns Indebted to said I'stato am re
quested to make paymenl, and those haling tlalms
ngainsi. ino sam esiaie uiu make mem Kiiuiin loino
saw auininisii'iuoi' wiihnui uei.iy.
SAMLLL L. KELLLIt, dm-r.
rein. e, is,n.
MOTICK IS IIHUKIIY GIVEN" that tli
I undersigned has heen npimlnted nn Asslgni
lurlho benelltof the creditors of J, J, llo.igland, i
(enira in no'iiuL'n. in uoi imiiia eountv. nml m
takunillKill himself the duties or I lie I rust. AllliiTsnn-i
nro theiefore required toseitlettllhhlni, adjust and
nay in iiuuuii neeiiiinis, iieoisnnii ones oi inesaiii ,1, .1.
lloauland: and those hailm- el.linitn suiiinit iiiein
wj inu iiasiueu projieny auineniicaieu.
XIA'l'I'IV II IS4
Sept. 3-Ct. 1'axlnos, Noi thumbei land Co., Pa.
TJY VIKTL'Kof a writs of Ycnditinnl V.x
llioniesnnd Fieri I'ac las Issued out of Mm ivnu
or Common IMeasof Coluintilaenuiilv. nml in mem.
reeled, w 111 be sold nt public outcry uu tho premises
SATUKDAY, OCTOI1I5U 23, 1870,
nt ten o clock, n. m.. the follnln?reni est.iintri. u
All that certain piece of grouud situate In Seoti
iuiusiui, uuiiiinoi.i coiiiuv, oounueil on the uoi
same, on the south by llio I .t n. it, it, Co.. com
.mi v a Mimer. on i i i west, uml .isr.i,v
nil; lUUllCleS more Ol' less, u lereim :lr nrnl,.,l
planing mill anil all machinery mid out building and
bcl?ed, taken In execution nud to be toldns tho
jiiuii-i i j ui ii .Nijuei .V eu.
nioomsimrg, Oct. 1, isTs. theilir.
1)Y YITUKof awiltof KieriKucias.Hsiied out
I of the .Jourtnr ('nimnm, l'i ici-,n,t iinn.ii,....
3, will be exposed to public sale on tho nremkes on
SATURDAY, OCTOllER 23, 1875,
at two o'clock, p. in., the folloulng real estato to-
Al'l that certain
Scott tounshln. c
it certain nloco or parcel of land situate in
b i nslilp, e olumbl.i county, bounded by lands
ih lleekinin uml others on the north, of
or JOsen i lleekinin mitt ntlietsi ,,n ti, .....ii.
Peter llairenhticli. on tlino.mr. nr i .,i ..,i...
south, and ot helm of John llobLsau, deeased. on thu
w est, containing about elghty-slx ncres mom or less.
bank barn and out-bulldhiwiihih,.nn hriiH,,..:.
Seled, taken in execution uud tobu soldns tho
pioperty of Thom.es Cieiellng.
OY YIRTUKof.i writ of Fieri I'V.cia. issun
reeted will bo exposed to public salo 'ou the premises
I 1 OUtOf tliO f 'mirf. nf I'ntnmnn l,innu .'. ...
MONDAY, OCTOHEK 2,
.ill mill, i-i-riiiiii inisu I. ii.., nr i.n.i ...n...... -
. ., .7. '. "'. '. ' "'" .'"i"" ih ie.il e.siaio I
Ullage of. Light street, on the east ihlu n ,. nni. S
roan icauiug from Iiloomsburg to Oi'anKeilile.bouiid.
;d by tho liL.llo road nforeluld, lanVls "t iieorgo
un fi,. '.ii'W. ',"'", 1'eter Whlto nml Matthew
heii im iHS. 1'?',.tn"I'a 1'-J,llrchesof laud,
he It on " e d a tH0.btory ,,,,,1
Selml, faken Into exec,
nrniierlv nr l 11 i.-..iiu -wwowua inu
L'xeeiltlnn nml In Iv. oni.i nn ,i.n
Jlloomsburg, Oct, I.Wil M'C"AaB..
T- "'J'.1 l'T.UIuf a. w.r" 0I I'cvnr! Eacias issued
11 out of tho court of common Pleas, ami to mi!
dircteeJ, will bo so dnt nubile murri mVi . . . I'
TUESDAY, OCTOHEK 20, 1870,
at!,u o'locl'. a- in-, tho following real estato to-nii
Tho folluwlng deserlbed bulldlnir and iiii. IS ..
Tho folluwlng deserlbed builuing and lot uf griiu ,,i
l i-i n i .., ... ;',. '"" -ei".aiia, UlHUIn.
I ; " V , "". u luiiunbi un mo cast by I'm.
,t.?.n.Mr";t' 01 Ul.u "qrth by proncrly i f (icore-o Jon ei
'";"" 17 "u oi ino ijiust Mountiiiu coul A-
It Mng "a f ramo sinblo m.tfen feit r roll by t et S
I llio feet deep uud llfteen feet hl?)i. ' i"eni).
I 1 1 Ull Ull.. 1111 llinKlllllll liw In. ... Ink .. .. .'
Seized, taken In execution ondtnim um.. .i.
I,roI'i '' of James Jennings.
I illL'IIAl btJltovm!
inuunisuurg, eici, i,ipio Sherlif.
,J.n,)Vu?,"CB!'f an order of tho Orphans' Court of
Columbia Cnuiitr. thu uml. r,i.-i,,..i' i,i,i, v'i.u.
ft. i,i..i. ,, ..-..niumii unu
"j .iiyiiuiu .-, iM'iiti, laiu oi eeuiraua. en iimhi-i im
j .1., ileeeiesed, mil exposo lu public salo nt tho Public
llouo of J. II. K lutrer. In Un:iiii,, i !..i- i.1. V', .
eountv. nn t,.vvn, in bum
HATUltlUY, OCTOIlICIt :), 1875.
Comnienelngat I oviot klnthonfternoonof said dn-
i 10 lumm ng uescrioeu ileal IMale, lu lilt! All
tll.lt eel lu n litem. n.ir,',.l ir..,.. .1 ...... . a,.l
sltuatoln lle.ii.r tuwiisliln. ni.n I.,;,...!.. .,1'.li
lolnlng lands ot John iloery, lianlel tJe-ariiar '
Frank In 1. bhuman, und uthers, e;ouUliilng
A I limber iJind.con-lstlnu'of Whlton
Vldto und Itock Oak Timber, Mng m i
of thu Ciilaivlssa rullroud. ' 1
lid l'lteh I'lnn
Itlllu lv miles
CONDITlost) nv hi r t .
.f!'.,.l' ijurchoho money 10 bo pii.i uv ti,u rSii iSi;
iiuiiu ui uiu pioneriy, tuo onc-lui f n-uu i ... ,L. .""
own of iho pioperty, tho onclialf less the ten ii..
tho balance In ono sear.lhereatltr, ii tli luteiTsi
irom couilnnailon nisi of said salo. ' ""t
T I IS I N I 'Ksl r A 1 1 11H
Xi VISlTINd CAltlk
ill L.Lt iirjiiM.
im cheap;, r;t?i;ocoLUM.
J) MNK MORTGAGES forValelih
!,uke Piiyinenf to Ilia i.nilerslKm d adinl n -tutor
witiwui di l iv. " ....:,!.,
IIIK1 .1, I'.
elate ot .liu'o i osie lU.iniHT, iieei-.inev , i." ''h
jrl esent tied thereto, Hill attend Ml lie il lUsut
ids appointment nt his nnlcc In C.i a Isi.i, on 1 1 es
ibiv. .Wmber Mil, W at in o'clock n. V'v"J',m
ELGIN WA'JCCIIUCf, CLOCKS,
Silverwuro, Wnlclics nnd Jowolry
lll.OD.MNIIIJltd, I'A. '
Ladles' nn 1 (Iclitlemen's (lold n'.d filler Watches,
ot American nnd Foreign innnufiicttiri.
Silvor nnd Plated Ware, Clocks.
l-'INH JHWKMIY, AO.-AO.
UKPAUUNG AND ENGRAVING
I'roniplly l'st'Ctif cl,
All kinds of
D1UED ltDATS, HAMS,
Fresli M, MacH aud Cod Fisli,
S YE UPS
And tho I-arge.st
General Assortment of Groceries
TO HE EOUNI) IN THE COUNTY
Cor, Jlain and Center Sts., Iiloomsburg, l'u.
OCt. 8, 1S75
A. IS El It It IXC
p lCSl'ECTEUDIA' nniioimces to tl.e puLlio
,j that ho h.i3 reopened
!V 'S UVU Mbltlnn.U II nnmet.MM 1)n
i'oiksottho I Is) iv und Light Ktieet
i nans, iwiiTu uu uescripiions or
leather will bo mado In tho most
substantial nnd workmanlike manner, and sold nt
prices to suit the times. Tho highest price In cash
will ut all times bu p.ilil for
Ci 11 E E X
II I I) US
of every descilptlnn In tho country,
ronago ts i esitect fully solicited,
llloouisburg, Oct. 1, IS!.',-
Tho public pat-
JJSPY STEAM PL0UUINM MILL,
STOUT .i IllilClSClI, IMiOritlETOliS.
Cener.it dealers In
torn done to order.
lour, drain, l'eed, tec. Cus-Sep.-Vlil
THIS I'AI'RIt IS (IS I'll.l- Willi
I Advcrlisinn Ancnls,
THIRP i CHESTNUT STS., ST. LOUI0, MO
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cnjjnisn a largo proportion of
DOMESTIC CONCERNS OK COLUMBIA
Will receivo particular attention, and all
local allairs proper for publication will bo
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character and ollicial conilnnt ,,r
Will bo presented to our readers, from timer
to tiino, i ltru-llko attltudo and with entire
Justice nnd firmness.
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People or Wrong done them lvithoiitft.il ex
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Ml ollicial county advertisements aimPv-
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