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LI100SWAY& EOTELL, Editors.
Friday, A p v 1114, 18 70.
WK1TS OP EIUHIR.
On tho 15th day of February 1S70, tie
Legislature pnssed a bill "to allow writs of
error In cases of murder and voluntary man
slaughter." Tho bill had been vetoed by
Gov. Geary, but was pnssed over bis veto by
both Houses by the requisite two thirds vote,
The law provides that :
In all cases of murder in tho first decree.
removed into the Supreme Court under the
provisions of the first section of this act, or
now pending In the said court, It shall be
the duty ot the judges thereof to review
both the law and the evidence, and to deter
mine whether the Ingredients necessary to
constitute murder In tho first degreo shall
have been proved to exist; and if not so
proved then to reverse the judgment and
send tho samo back for a new trial, or to
enter such judgment as tho laws of this
Gov. Geary in vetoing this bill probably
acted under the advico of bis Attorney
Gcueral, and that advico was good. The
present Legislature would do well to repeal
this law. There is no necessity for any such
law and the objections to it are. numerous
and strong. It virtually makes the Supreme
Court both judge and jury, and to that ex
tent does away with the necessity for the
latter iu tho lower courts; it imposes upon
the already overworked Supreme Court an
immenso amount of new work; and it of-
fords criminals a convenient method of
postponing tho sentence of tho law.
The lower Courts are perfectly competent
to dispose of this class of cases, subject only
to the usual appeals to the Supreme Court
from rulings and charges. Tho law as it
stands is a stumbling block to justice and n
rock of offence to the highest legul tribunal
in the State, and it should be repealed. With
tho rapid Increase of murders the Supreme
Court bids fair to be turned into a Court of
Oyer and Terminer and If not of general
jail delivery at least of general delay. There
is not much danger that the poor slaughter
ers of their fellow beings will suffer too
much if this law is dono away with.
Robert 0. Schenk, late Minister to En
gland, has been testifying before the for
eign relations Committee, relative to his
connection with the Emma Mine, swindle
and has come off but badly. Ho thinks he
is an ill used man and apparently endeav
ored to convince the Committee that ho was
a fool but not a knave. lie admitted that
for more than a year he held five hundred
shares of the mine stock, for which he had
not paid a cent, and received dividends of
two per cent a month twenty-four per cent
a year for part of that time and ono and a
half per cent a month eighteen per cent a
year for the rest of the time. Schenck says
he gave his note lor the amount of the stock,
but the absurdety of any mining company
taking a promissory note for stock paying
two percent a month is too great for credence.
It is difficult to imagine how much proof
Mr. Schenck would deem necessary to make
out a case against him, but the average hu
man being would have no trouble in arri
ving at the conclusion that the stock was
given and tho dividends paid to Mr. Schenck
for the use of his name as United States
Minister to float a rotten stock on the En
glish markets. Mr, Schenck has been per
fectly successful in convincing the com
mittee and the country that he is a fool, but
not so successful in making it appear that
he is not also a knave. When he admitted
the holding of the stock, without giving an
equivalent, and tho acceptance of the div
idends he virtually confessed all the charges
against him. He stands before the people
a disgraced man a contempible fellow who
used the high position ho held as a cloak
under which to defraud the people to whom
he was sent as embassador and as a means to
secure bis sife retreat when threatened with
The New York Timet says the Democrat
may call this a victory if they like, but it
is a victory which warrants the expectation
that Connecticut may be counted among
the Republicans States in November. This
beats Mark Tapley. The Democrats elec
ted their whole ticket with four parties in
the field; havea majority on joint bal
lot in the Legislature of 89, against 34 last
year and secured a United States Scuator
for tho ensuing six years, and yet tho Timet
"don't was happy," and thinks this over
whelming defeat "warrants the expectation"
of a Republican victory next fall. If there
was only one Republican in Connecticut the
Timet would cherish the hope that he
would rally "hisself" and in solid phalanx
and in serried column hurl "hiseell1' re
sittlessly against the Democratic ranks and
elect "hisself to all the offices iu the State.
It taken an organ to get comfort out of noth
ing the old feat of extracting blood from u
turnip is nothing to it.
Grant has been much abused for appoint
Ing inferior men to high positions, hut he
seems to have known the kind, after all, that
the Senate would confirm. Ho broko through
his usual rule, recently, and appoluted
Richard H. Dana Jr., a gentleman and a
Bcholar, minister to England. Did th
Senate confirm the appointment? Not much.
That pure and high toned creature lien
Butler entered a protest, Cameron, Morton
and the rest endorsed It and tho senate re
jectod Mr. Dana. Grant was right and will
likely enough send in tho name of Uabcock,
Harrington, Boss Shepherd or ono of tho
broken-down carpet-bag statesmen and the
Senate will promptly confirm. Butler runs
this government just now and we might as
well understand it.
Still they come. S. B. Conover, United
States Radical Senator from Florida, has
been indicted by the grand jury for the em
bezzlement of over 10,000, and is held in
10,000 bail to appear at Court. Now let
the organs raise a loud howl,and a long howl
and a howl altogether at tbe"rehel" elemont
which has been insidiously worked into the
grand juries of the South. Let Morton con
over this fresh insult to the party of "lollty,"
and give us the concluding portions of that
.undelivered Mississippi speech.
Mr. Butler B. Strang, of Tioga, Stato
Senator, is a Republican leader and has been
to long in Jeglslativo harness that ho is
popularly supposed to know all tho business
ncrtalnine to law making. He Is an able
m.not looHt ho has that reputation and a
man of influence. Vet bo is the one who
Introduced the resolution in the Senate not
lo take up any House bllU after the 1st of
April, and who is mainly responsible for iu
passage. Shrewd politician ho way bebut
A BEAUTIFUL PARTY.
For years tho newly enfranchised negroes
have been ruling and ruining South Caro
lina. Tho whites and property owners were
In tliomtnorlty,and theonco proud old Stato
became tho prey of carpet baggers. Plunder
and corruption, as usual, followed Radical
sway. But tho rogues have fallen out, and
thero Is a chance a mcro chance for tho
redemption of tho State. The Associated
I'rem dispatch given below tells ono of tho
many stories i
Columbia. Anrll 11. This moraine's so
ilon of the State Republican Convention win
b vtli turbulent aud exciting. There nro two
distinct t-artlen in that bodv ! Ono of them
lid bv Governor Chamberlain and consists
of those) who support his reform policy. The
other party is led by United States Senator
Patterson who has at his back Collector
Worthiniftnn. of Charleston. Congressman
Small, cx-Congrcssman Elliott and most of
the Republicans who wcro conspicuous as
rulers of tho party before Gov. Chamber
lain's election. Each of tho two parties
dcslrr-d to control tho convention ns that
would carrv with it not only tho sclcC'
tlon of delegates to tho national convention,
but also probably tho control of tho Stato
nominating conyention to be held hereafter.
Tho trial of strength took placoupon the
question whether the delegates whose scats
were contested by other delegates eliould bo
allowed to take part In organizing tuo con
vention. Governor Chamberlain insisted
that whero nnv countv sent two sets of dele
gates, all should be temporarily admitted
or all excluded. The dobate grew very hot.
Judge Maclcey, one or the delegates, HO'
nounced the anti-Chamberlain party as t
band of robbers, and told ex-Congressman
E Hot. who asked whom he meant, that he
(Elliot) was the head and front of thoso
robbers. Elliot drew a pistol and sought
to cot at Mackcy. who awaited him. Desks
and chairs were overthrown and tho exel
ted delegates gathered around Mackcy and
Elliott and dragged them apart. A chair
was brandished over Governor Chamber
lain's head by an opposition delegate. No
blows passed, and when the convention had
calmed down a little, tho chairman, ex-Uon
cressman Whittemore. ruled out tho con.
testing delegates of whom wero supporters
ofChamberlain. Swalls,co!ored state senator,
and Gov. Chamberlain were unanimously
nominated for president pro tem.,and tho vote
wasSOlor Bwatls and 4U tor Uhamooriain A.
committee on credentials, mainly made up
of tho anti-Chamberlain party, was appoint
cd, and tho convention adjourned to Beven
Washineton. D. 0. April 11. A privato
dispatch from Columbia says tho fourteen
delegates to Cincinnati are instructed for
Morton. Tho number is all that South Car
olina iscntitled to in the nominating conven
Lanahan has a respite of ono year. A lo'
cal cives a graphic description of tho re'
ception of the news by tho prisoner. If
there was ever a wilful, premeditated and
vindictive murder, the killing of Capt. Jack
Riley was one. If ever there was evidence
to convict a man ot crime, Lienalian was
fairly convicted of the murder of Riley.
Whether, as has been suggested,!! is because
the widow of Riley is poor, or the murderer
has powerful friends, docs not matter, it
seems likely to bo further proof that there is
no real justice to bo found in the courts of
this country. After a wonderful display of
zeal in arresting and trvinrr a man for a foul
crime, aud a conviction upon proof which
tho court and jury decided could leave no
reasonable doubt of guilt, tho Supreme
Court of Pennsylvania derides that a year
must elapse before it can judge whether
there has been an honest conviction,and then
interest will have died out, and tho prison
doors may be opened. There may he some
mistake about the report, or. the trial must
have been a well acted farce, and a disgrace
to Luzerno. Record of tlie Timet.
We have referred to this novel power
given the supreme Uourt in another
But there is a worse evil than this, and
that is the ill-judged use made ot the par
doning power. The object in creatinga Board
of Pardons was to check and not facilitate
the escape of criminals. They are simply
an advisory council, who are to judicially
examine the grounds upon which tho ap
plication is based, and the Governor cannot
escape his sworn duty, by shifting tho re
sponsibility upon the Board.
The pardon of the Schuylkill Commission
ers was an outrage upon the people and upon
justice. It is a notice to nil tho rascally
officials in the State that they can go on
plundering the people, and even ifdetected
and convicted they have a friend in our
President-seeking Governor. Courts and
juries may as well be abolished if the poor
friendless criminal must suffer, aud the in
fluential and wealthy scoundrel can es
The Sunbury American in commenting on
the Connecticut election says : "This re
sult gives new vigor and brightens the pros
pects for the continued ascendency of the
ThiB is the most cheerful view we have
seon taken of the situation. The American
man is a good deal like the chap whose
lottery ticket camo so near drawing a prizo
that he felt sure another purchase would
The capture of this gallant little Com
monwealth is a real cause for congratula
tion. As a matter of fact the Democrats
were defeated there from 1855 to 18G7. The
Republicans were also successful in 1SG8
18C0 1871 and 1872. In other words for
21 years the Democrats have carried the
State but five times.
Nor can the result bebeljttled becauso'the
majority was only 3,C2C. Four tickets were
iu the field, and that is the majority over
all. "Gov.Ingcrsoll had 3,G2G votes above
all others. Mr. Robinson had 11,488 below
all others. Tins makes a difference of 15,-
We are entirely willing that the "Ascend
ency of The Republican party" shall bo con
tinued all over the country in the same man
ner. THE BOOM QUESTION.
Give Hcrdic the belt. He has won his
point agaiust the proposed reduction of tho
boouiage duties, by proving ins own frauds
The Lumber Exchange tried the samo weap,
ons and therefore properly failed.
The tax on lumbermen of the West Branch
imposed by the Susquehanna Boom Co.,
we believe to bo inordinate. But It is
granted the Corporation by an act ot assem
bly. This act the Legislature can repeal.
If the Legislature has the power it should
investigate the question from its Inception.
The measure has been tainted with fraud
from the beginning, and its "true inward
ness" cannot be gathered by the partial in
vestigation now going on. Our tptcial gives
Fiiie! Giusjoehh Attention I Brother
and Sisters Patrons, you are, doubtless a
ware that Brother Wui. J. Beidlenian had,
April 7th, all or nearly all his household
goods consumed by fire and bad no iuuraiice.
This card U to call your attention to his
case, as hero U.a brother iu distress, Let
us show by our worlt that wo feci for tho
woca of others and that with an open hand
aud generous heart are indeed dispensers of
charity. Send your contributions direct to
Brother Win. J. Beidlenian, earo, John G.
Quick Sec'y of Bloomsburg G. No. 322 P. of
E. M. Tewksbury.
Sec'y, Pomona G. No. 5. P. of II.
April 10, 1870.
The rtturns'of the census taken by the
police, lwt week, show the population ox
TTTTC rmT JTMBIAN AND
Washinoton, D. 0., April 10, 1870.
Tho disclosures of tho last week, whllo
they are not mi startling as tho llelkiiap af
fair, nro of lunch greater Importance. Be
foro Mr. Clyiuer's commltteo it has been
proven, that President Grant himself sent n
spy to St. IViuls to prevent tho conviction of
B.ibcock. Tho witness Bell, who was tho
spy, tried to protect Grant, his old corn
mandcr, but his testimony and that of Bab
cock, Luckcy, Bradley and Pierrcpont of
Washlngtonandof Mr. Dyer and Col. Brod
head the prosecuting lawyers in the whisky
cases, leaves very little doubt in tho minds
of those who have read the testimony, that
it was tho intention of tho President to do
all In his power to protect his guilty Secre
tary and ho did this after his spy had in
formed him that thero was no doubt of Bab
cock's guilt. A spy was even kept in the
grand jury room and Grant was informed of
all that was done there, so that from tho
beginning ho could not have been in doubt
as to Babcock's connection with the whisky
Tho naval committee havo taken nn im
menso amount of testimony and havo un
earthed such a show of corruption in the
manner of conducting that department, that
tho country will stand absolutely appalled
when It is mado public. Secretary Robeson
has not only diverted the public funds from
their legitimato use but he used millions of
tho government monoy and risked its loss to
sustain tho sinking fortunes of tho house of
Jay Cooke, McCulloch and Co., of London
when he knew that house to be virtually
bankrupt. Large amounts will bo lost by
hia criminal conduct. Tho Navy Yards
everywhere woro used as political machiuej
to forward the election of Radicals and the
funds that should have been expended in
building ships wero used to sccuro votes.
Robeson's friend, Cattell, was paid five per
cent, on all contracts and no ono desiring to
sell anything to tho navy department could
do so without submitting to this black
mail. But tho Indian committco have demon
strated even moro of rascality than could be
found in the navy department, in tho treat'
ment of tho Indiana veery species of
venality that could bo devised and the ex
istence of a ring which permeated every de
partment of the government and oven pene
trated into tho very committco room where
tho examination was being made. Congress
man Pago of California is on the Indiau
committeo and was ono of tho sub committee
over which Wilshiro of Arkansas presided.
Wilsluro has been most industrious in hunt
ing up frauds. Ho is a good lawyer and un
derstands how to extract the truth from even
an unwilling witness. Pago was continually
in tho habit of brow beating witnesses before
tho committco and had to bo reproved moro
than once for his conduct. It finally camo
out that ho had a reason for his action, as
ono of tho witnesses, Mr. Meeker a corres
pondent of tho Herald, swore that lie had
been informed that Pago was himself a
member of tho Indian ring. Meeker refused
to give the namo of his informant, and Pago
blustered about having him taken before the
house and compelled to answer, but ho has
not done so uor does he intend to. Scales
and Wilshiro of Arkansas deserve credit for
the manner in which they have conducted
Tho Post Office committee have nlso
proven that contracts were bought in the
most shameful manner, from the highest
officials in tho department, soma of the
paid employees of tho contractors being in
the very room of tho Post Master General
and another being assistant P. M. General.
Every day new revelations are being made
and new investigations ordered, but the busi
ness of Congress is not neglected on thi3 ac
count. The House sits daily from noon un
til five or six p. m. and has three night
meetings per week. Tho discussion on
tho Legislative, Executive and Judicial bill
is prolonged as the Republicans are using
ovcry effort to defeat the proposed saviin?
of six millions of dollars made by the bill
as reported by the committee, but it will
finally pass nbout as originally reported. It
is raid that the Texas and Pacific bill will
be reported next week,as the only opposition
to it now, comes from tho Union and Cen
tral Pacific railroads which do not want their
monopoly broken down.
Col. James O. Broadheadof St. Louis who
is most favorably upoken of as n compro
mise candidate before the St. Louis conven
tion is iu Washington to testify in the
whisky trials. No name presented to tho
convention is entitled to higher respect than
maioi uoi. isroauueau. no is a gentleman
of unimpeachable integrity, has never been
mixed up with any disreputable transactions,
was a Union man and a war democrat and
is the peer of any man in ihe country in
ability. Bayard, Judge Davis and Hen
dricks nro much talked of, hut it is too soon
to even conjecturo who will bo either tho St.
Louis or tho Cinucinati nominee.
Blaine seems to still bo ahead of all the
other radicals.tho New York Tribune which
Is strong for Bristow admitting that Blaine
will get the largest vote on tho first ballot.
Tho executive committco is working well as
the result in Connecticut shows, snd the ex
posures being made hero nro beginning to
tell. If properly handled and they will be,
the people will surely repudiate Radical
ism this fall.
The revolution in Mexico is still progress
ing favorably for Diaz. Tho government
papers admit that thero are 10,000 men in
tho field and railroad communication be
tween Vera Cruz and the city of Mexico
has been interrupted. ihe lunpcror of
Brazil and his wife will arrive at New York
in a few days. They will spend some months
in tho country. The home exhibitors should
hurry up their articles for the centennial as
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tuu umiuilj uiu iiuuut juaujr jwiu lb la
desired to havo everything in placo before
the 10th of May.
UNLIMITED REMEDIAL RESOURCES.
People sometimes fupposo that Dr. Pierce's
Family Medicines represent tho entire ox
tent ' bis resources for curing disease. This
is an error. Experience proved that while
the Golden Medical Discovery, Favorite
11 lManunnt lUTiriltlVH Pellets.
Compound Extract of Smart-Weed, and Dr.
Sage's Catarrh Remedy, would, if faithfully
used, euro a large variety mmum com
plaints, thero would bo here and there a
cose which, from its severity or from iu com
plication with other disorders, would resist
their action. Theso exceptional cases re
quired a thorough examination into their
symptoms, to ascertain tho exact uature and
extent of the diseases under which the pa
tient was laboring, and the use of specific
remedies to meet and overcome the same.
This led to tho establishment of the World's
Dispensary, at Buffalo, N. Y., with iu Fac
ulty of Physicians aud Surgeons, each of
whom is skilled In tbet reatraent of chroulc
disorders in general snd those belonging to
his own special department in particular.
To one is assigned diseases of tho throat and
lungs; to another diseases of the kidneys
anif urogenital orgaus; to another diseases
of the digestlvo system ; to another diseases
,.t uvutpin ninl tn another dis
eases oftheeye and car. Thus tho highest
degree of perfection in inwiicino ana surgery
is attained. Tho establishment of this In
ciWntlM,. r.nn)lu ilm Doctor to tncel a lomr-
felt want In tho treatment or the more severe
chronic affections. By n careful considera
tion of the symptoms as given in writing,
ho successfully treats thousauds of cased at
their homes. Others visit tho Dispensary
in perfcon, The amplest resources for the
treatment of lingering affections are thus
placed at tho disposal of every patient, and
thoe on whom the proprietary medicines uo
not have the desired effect can procure a
more thorough and efficient course by a per-
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DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
We rejolco In Bialue. Wo bless God for
Blaine. Wo wish him abundant strength to
kill off Morton, and Morton sufficient
strength to slaughter Blaine J and then thero
will bo something Interesting. Cincinnati
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS .
p P. HILI.MEYEK,
ATTOItNKY AT LAW.
OrriCK-AdJolnlng C. It W. J. Buckalow.
mttKTKTIl tWlTt'S NOTICE.
xstatk or MintAM.riKOVUK. dkcareI).
U-tlers or Auminisiraiiuii uiuiociiiui y'
UroVlT law or I uo limn ui iii.u-.....k,
Columbia. State ot Pennsylvania, deceased, have
been granted to Joshua Fctterman and Aaron Grp
ver.to whom all persons indebted to said
estate are requested to make navincnt, nnd .those
having claims or demands will make known tka
same without delay. UA rm.KnM AK
Notice Is hereby given that Ihavolert In thorns
w s'-lon of Stephen II. Wolt on the farm leased by mo
from Michael drover, in Mintln township, a lot of
personal property, consisting of three horses, wor
ons, busrey, harness, tlireshlnrr machine, plows, har
rows, and other farming utensils, cattle and hogs,
belonging to me and to boused for the purposes of
811(1 C. It. WOLF.
Mimtn, AprU 14-Sw.
"N 1 no firm heretofore known as W. p. .Tones & Co.,
consisting ot W. V. Jones and Oeo. c. Hoott, engaged
In tho drygoods and notion business at cat .issa,
r.. dlssohed by mutual consent, W. P. JoDes hailug
retired. Tho business will hereafter bo aarrled on
Catawlssa, April -4W. OLD. c. bCOlT.
"The creditors of Unci ruller. rektdent of Columbia
county, are hereby noltllod ot his Intention to appear
at, the May Term of the fourt of Common Pious, and
then and there present hli petition for tho benrllt of
the lnsolrent Laws of this commonwealth, aud (lie
an inventory of hi, real and perj.on.al tgert
April H-3w. Attorney for Applicant.
in l.--KliOHTK! UfSIVCSS M AN' to tako tho OEN-
KltAI. AtJKSUY for Columbia countv for the salo of
PKA'IT'fl IIOIIMK AND UATTU5 Koot), an article
of mcesslty, haUngan tminensnbalo. small amount
of capital nwwKry, ns uo consign no goods. This
Is an opportunity seldom otrvred to establish a lu
cratue uml permanent business. Those meaning
business only need apply to J. 8. Pratt & Co., No. sjr
North Klghth street una U North Front Street, Phil
adelphia. Apr 14-iw
I' i estate or Jonx allkn, nrcEAsrn.
"Titters testamentary on tho cstatoof John Allen,
late of Madison iwp., Columbia county, deceased,
havo been granted by tho llcglster of said county, to
John A. I'unston, of nioomsuurg, Columbia coun
ty, Pa., Kxecutor, to whom all persons Indebted to
Raid cstato aro requested to mako payment aud
thoso having claims or demands against tho said
estate IU mako them known to the said Ktccutor
without delay. JOHN A. rUN.HTON,
April li-Cf Executor
Tho subscriber will offer at privato talo
THP.1213 TOWN LOTS
in tho town of Light Street, Columbia county. The
improvements consist of a two-story fraino house,
with necessary outbuildings, a blacksmith shop and
small frame house suitable tor u shop.
Terms mado easy for purchasers.
J. II XKIU.
Light gtroet, AprU 14-Jra.
T ICENSE NOTICE.
"tjtlce Is hereby given that the following named
persona have Uleu in tho officu or tne Cleric oi (quarter
sessions their petitions lor Tavern, Ruling nousu
aud Liquor storo Licenses, which h ill uopiebenled
to tho court on Wednesday, .May 3d, A. ii. isJC
Boyd W Williams Benilck lluroujh Hotel
J. 11. 110 t '
v, a, Siemens
it. Burger " "
11. L. Kleckner " "
John LajcocK Bloomsburg
Hiram llesa lientou Twp.
J. is. Klstler catawlssa
ueo. L. Kostenbauder)
Geo. W. ltellanydor
K. M. Miller
J. K. Uhawn
A. K. snumon
A. v . creumer " "
ilary Mouroo Conyngham twp.
A. K. smith Muoisou "
iloyUYeit:r ilalii '
J. ii. Longenberger
11. C. Conner
JUiciuel f ranu licrwickuorough
Humphrey Parker Greenwood twp,
josepu ll. suuinuu neater -Daniel
V, ItuUOUu liioouuuurg
outer A. JacoOv "
Hannah b. vt elsS
Greenwood twp. Hotel
Conyngham " '
Centralla Uoro' Eating house
Jonu L. Kline
Hauloi f. curry
icoberi Br son & Co. " "
Bernard btuhner liloomsburg
Aaron w. tiess Minun tw p
Jacob MUler bcult "
Charles 11 Hletterlch Hemlock "
w u mm I'eincj- centra la noru'
Jouu Cosgiote Coujngnom twp.
tuiun vesa, suguiioai "
Ueorgu il, liaker scott "
11 . FRANK ZAItlt,
Clerk i. S.
Dv virtue ot sundry writs to the Sheriff of Co
lumbia county directed, wlu bo exposed to public
aaio at mo i ouri uuuse ui uiooinsourg, on
SATURDAY, MAY G, 187C,
nt 1 o'clock p. m., all that certain undivided one-half
or a lot of land situate tn Scott township, Columbia
county, ph., being a limestone quarry, wmaded on
the east by quarry lot of Waples and Pursel, on tho
north by land or Aaron lloone, on tho west by an
other quarry lot of Jesse 1). Hlco known ostheorcen
quarry lot, south by lands of aron lloone and other
land or Jesso U. Idee: on which aro erected two
dwelling houses, stable, office, hay scales nnd six
nrao truus; oeing inu unoivuieu one-nan ui inu quar
ry lot purchased by J. D. Hlco of Charles Lee, with
The other undivided one-halt ot the quarry lot
above described, being tho undivided ono-half of
sold quarry lot, purchased by the said Jesso 1). Hlco
n u m i ever oeuug, tmu uiu uiiiju.Mjutu-iuo.
Onn nthor nlcco or land In said townshlD. bounded
by lands of Isaac Whlto on the south, on tliu east by
lands of tho Espy Lime and Cement Company and
others, on the north by lands of Nathaniel L. camp
bell, and on the west by land of Pursel and Waples.
and tho quarry lots aboo described; containing
about tour acres.
Ono wharf lot situate on tho North Branch Canal
in said to nshlp or t-colt, bounded by lands of Capt.
Ki nicu. n. v. Crovellnir and others : containing ono
quarter ot an acre, moro or less, being wharf lot pur
chased ot Oeorgo Hldlay's executors by tho said J.
D. Ktce. 1
Two other wharf lots sltuato on the North Branch
Canal In bald township, adjoining lands ot Capt Wa
ples, deceased, Crevellug uud Moweryand others;
containing abjut one-half aero
All that tract of land sltuato in Madison township,
Colombia county, Pa , bounded and di scribed an fol
lows : beginning at u post on tho Black ltun road
leading Horn Jerseytown to OrangeWUe In lino of
land ot Perry Christian, thenco by tho tame north
49 degrees east 41 and T-10 perches to a post, thence
by land of Samuel Meredith fed perches to a post,
thence by samo north sa degrees east ii perches to a
post, thence by lund of William Welllver 7 degrees
west 6S perches to a post.thence by tlie name south (
degrees wst S3 pel cneH to a post In tho aforesaid road
thence by said road south so degrees east 60 perches
to theplaee of bcgluulngs contulutng M acres and 117
perches and allowance ; whereon are erected a Iruino
I willtug bouse, large barn, and outbuildings.
Another tract ot land adjoining tho last above de
scilbed tract of land on the north, Meredith on the
east, and otber lands ot WelUvcr on tho south s being
lands purchased of W, WclUver, containing about si
""seUed, taken Into execution, and to be bold as tho
property U Jesse D. ltlcc.
A certain tract of land situate In Mifflin township,
Columbia county, bounded on tho south by Henry
Yohe, west by helra of John Michael, north by Geo.
(I. Jenkins, and east by Sarah swank ; containing
about is acres.
A certain lot of ground situate in Mifflin townihlp
aforesaid, bounded on tho south and east by a publlo
road leading from Mlnllnto conyngham, west and
north by land ot Emanuil Klkendalli containing J,'
ot an acre, more or loss, whereon are erected a frame
dtt elllug house, barn aud other outbuildings.
Belied, taken Into execution, and to be sold as the
property pf Stephen II. Swank,
At Uie same time and place, all the right, title and
inierestof said Mephen ll. swank in lie following
tract of land sltuato Id tho township afoiesahf,
bounded on tho west by laud of Obadlah
Swank, on tho south by lleo. 6, Jenkins, east by ha
?ahsiank. and uwth byJohn Mowryi coutjJulni
i uere,lnoie(ir less, when on are erected a framu
house, bam and other outbulldlnga.
Belied, token lntu execution, and to be Bold as tho
property of Stephen 11. Swank.
At the tame time and plate, all the right, title anij
Interest of obadlah swank iu the lollowlng tract of
lund, tltuato In tho township aforesaid, bounded on
tho west by laud of Obadlah bwank. on the south by
(lco. 0. Jenkins, east by Sarah Swank, and north by
John Mowry I containing no acres, more or less,
whereon are erected a trume houbo, lam and other
0UsUed) taken Into execution, and to bo sold us the
property of Obadlaa bwank. & ((
Coroner and Acting Sheriff.
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Beaver Ellas Miller, Joseph Lehr.
Bcnton-KHas JtcIIcnry, nr., John Ashleman.
llrlarcreek Adam Suit.
Hcrw Ick W. II. Opdj ke.
Hloomsburg-Jonn s. Sterner.
Catawlssa Joseph Marti, II. J. ltcoder.
Klshlngcrcek J. M. Buckalew, Thomas Hutchison,
L. M. Crevellng.
Greenwood L has. Howard, David Demott,
Jackson Clinton Lewis.
Locust Joseph K. lthodes, Samuel Price.
Montour David Mouscr,
Wt. Pleasant Wm. Ilower.
Orange James Harmon.
Scott H, K, Oman, George M. linker.
Benton-Geo. Keeler, I, K, K. Laubacb, I. K. Krlrk
baum. Berwick-Robert 0. Crispin, Henry C. Freas.
llrlarcreek William Lamon, Andrew Fowler.
Beaver N. Bredbcnner, Jr.
Bloomsburg-John Wolf, Michael Casey, Sr., II. F.
Catawlssa-Geo. r. Drlcsbach.
Centralla Ketu Thomas.
Centre Jesse Illcks.
Franklin-Joseph Itecder, Samuel I". Lonrman.
FUhlngcreelc-D. W. Kitchen, C. W. Kreamer, John
Grecnwood-oeo. W.Utt, J. II. Ikcler.
Hemlock Amoa II. Hartman, II. D. McBrlde,
Locust Wm. Wilson, Jonathan Pacinian, W. H,
Itelnbold, Isaac Johnson.
Main-James Keefer, Stucey John, Y, il llenti.
Madlson-D. A. Watson.
MU'lcasant-John II. Vandersllcc.J. W. liagenbucu.
Mimin-AUrcd W. llcsn.
Scott-S. W. Edgar.
Heaver Wm, Shell.
Iiemlck-J. W. Dletterick, John Taylor, Sainuol C.
Brtarcreek-JoBoih SponenLerg, John Fester.
Bloomsburg-Bamuei Ytter, J. M. Ilower, A. W,
Center-Gco. o. Fredericks, D. IS. Ha) man, Hiram
Whltmyer, Philip Creasy,
Catawlssa-Oeo, Hubert, Kelson Hartman,
Centralla Wra, Blgley, John Curran,
Jackson John Edgar,
Locust-Kphralm Acbey,Danlel Monla.EdwarU Wat-
kins, Michael Honberger, Jonas iicrnlnger.
Montour Levi Weaver.
Mifflin Thomas Aten, B. II, Swank,
Mt, ITcoaunt Jacob Gilbert, ciemucl Kucklc.
Orange Iteubcn Bellas, Wm. Y. Hess,
line John T. Fowler.
Beott Daniel Snyder, John Stoolcy.
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offers very chean for each n genenl assor mentor
lumber consisting of t fencing nnd plno bormls.piank.
lolsts.lath.sldlng, sawed and t hnved shtngles,wnrkcd
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H""l nv.i 111-.. I. rlnjv n.i..v v. -
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April 7,-St. ironrsourg in.
The following appralscmcnU of real and
personal property set apart to widows of decedents
havo l-cen tiled in the otllco ot the Heulster of Col
umbia county, under tho Itulcs ot Court, and will bo
presented for nbsoluto confirmation to the Orphans'
couittoboheld tn llloomsburg,ln and for said coun
ty, on Monda, Ihe lRt day of Mav. IttTe, at J
o clork p. m., of said day unless exceptions to such
conllrmatlon nro previously filed, of which all per
sons Interested Hi said estates will take notice:
1, Widow nf William Dlldlne, late of Madison town
ship, deceased. .
. Wi lo.v of Jo.m Snyder, lato ot Locust township
3, widow ot Morris Tursel, latoot Madison town
4. Widow of JiJrt Shearman, late of Beaver town
6. Widow of Mleliai)! lleajle, late ot Mount ricasant
. Widow ot S un iel Cre.vsy, Uteot Ml.Hln town-
. Wldjwot Evia Welllver, late ot Montour town
7. Widow of Samuel K. ilbcrtson, late ot Beaton
KCgi-iers iiiuee, i ti,n. unwui
nr1ritinnf Rtindrv t rlts lo the Sheriff of Colum
bla county directed, will be exrosod to public salo nt
the Com t House In Bloumsburg, at 1 o'clock p. In. on
MOXUAY, MAY 1, 1870,
nil that real estato sltuato In Hoarlngrreek town.
ship, Columbia countv, bounded and described as
rolluws viz : on the soutn uyintusor uatiauoner.
on tho eatt bv laud of K U-lMv. on the north bv land
ot Michael sirousser, nnd on tho west by lands ot
.Michael Mrousscr; containing forty acres, in)reor
les.s, whereon Is erected a dn elllug houso and out-
The undivided one-third interest In tho following
tract ot land situate In Heater township, bjunded
una uorriuoti as ronows: oounueu on rno norm oy
lands of William Smith, on tho ca-st by laud nf John
Sherman, un the west by land of Reuben invdhen
ner, on tho south by company lands ; containing ono
hundred and seven acres, more or less, whciuim aro
erected two Darns, a uwemng nouse, anu o.ituuuu
belzed, taken Into oxccutlon, nnd to bo sold as tho
property or laiuanno uermun.
All that certain real estato sltuato In Beavcrtown
Blilu. Columbia countv.bounded and.'descrlbed as lul
Ioas: on the east by Abraham luce, on the north by
William Smith, on tuo uest by Sherman's heirs, and
on the south by company lands; containing eleht
acrey, inoru or less, tviiereou urocicieu uuiveinu,
houso nnd oulbulldlnLrs.
Selcd, taken Into execution, and to bo sold as tho
properly ui doan auennau.
All that certain rcat estate situate In Beaver town
ship, bounded uud descilbed as follows : on the north
by public road, on the east bj 1'. L, r-human, on tho
ttestby public road, on tho bouthby ftusanSant;
said lot being 4u feet In front and ioo reet In depth ;
whereon aro erected n dwelling house, a blacksmith
shop, attached together.
Seized, taken Into execution, and to bo sold as tho
property of John Sherman.
That certain property in Main township, Co
lumbia county, Penu'a., beginning at a beech tree,
thenco by lauds of Jacob Hinterllter north ilghtyde-
Kreea east. ..u pel uues iuu jjusi, ineuee boiliu lift
uegrees ttesi 01 peieues iu u siuiie, lueneu nut in si
degrees west 2d perches to a stone, thenco south tin
degrees west 21 perches to a Spanish oolc, thenco
north 87V degrees west sivr perches to a wlilto oino
tree, thenco south S4 degrees west 113 perches to n
Bivuc. lucuks auuva u. u. m. c.ai 11 i-i" guinea
to a stone, thence south fs degrees west 112 perches
to a stone, thenco north 8f degrees west 85 iierchex
to a post, thenco north tin degrees east 23 perches
to a oeecu tree, ine piacuor oegiunmg; containing
114 acres and 127 pea-lies and allowance, bo tho same
moro or less, togthcr with tho hereditaments and
seized, taken Into execution, and to be sold as tho
property or samuci r isuer.
Tho following real estate, to wit : sltuato tn Main
tonnshlp, Columbia county, Pennsylvania, bounded
on tho norih and cast by lands of Jacob snuinau, on
tho south by lands ot Charles Cox, and on the west
by lands ot lteuben Shumau ; containing S2 acres,
more or less, whereon aro erected a largo two-story
rratne dwelling houso and barn.
seized, taken into execution, and to be sold ns the
property ot Jeremiah Dcrr, with notice to terru ten
All that certain real estato situate in Scott town
ship, Columbia county, bounded on the east by pub
lic road, on the south by Isaac Hess, on tho west by
a lime quarry, on tho north by Benjamin Miller ; con
taining od acres, more or less, whereon are erected a
Irame dwelling house, bam and out buildings.
A farm situate in tho samo town-hip, bounded on
thu buuth by public road, on thu wet by public loud
leading lo tuo railroad, on tho north by nillroad, on
tho east by Alfred Mood, whereon aro erected a two
story framo house, a bank barn nnd outbuildings!
said farm containing forty acres, moro orliss, with
seized, taken Into execution, and to be sold as the
property ot James Carr,
All that certain real cstato situate In tho town ot
nuckhorn, Columbia county, bounded on the north
by John Keller, on the east by ftehemlah Heece, on
the south by Joseph Summers, on iho west by
public road ; being lu front Ui feet and In depth lie
feet ; on which aro erected a framo dwelling house,
store house, stable aud out buildings.
seized, taken Into execution, and to bo sold as tho
pioperty of Charles Kelhart.
All that certain piece or parcel of land situate in
Montour township, Columbia county, bounded on
tho west by lands ot Kllas (ilger, on the south by
. lands ot Baibaru Olger, on tho east bv landsof Jncb
Olrton.and on tl.o north by lands ot uideon Heist:
containing thirty acres, more or less, whereon nro
erected a l,' story log house, u barn, a rrumo house,
a stable and otner outbuildings.
Seized, taken into execution, and to bo sold as tho
property ot Christian llelst.
All that certain tenement or tract of land sltuato
In Mlnltn township, Columbia county, Pn bounded
nnd described uslollotts, to wit: beginning at a post
corner ot landof LllzabethLutz,thencesouth74)$ de
grees west perches to a chestnut sapllng.th-'nco
by land ot Sarah swank south tn degrees east 2mv
perches to a stone, thenco by lund or Jacob llonu
north degrees east 35x perches to a post, corner
of Hllzabeth LUtz, and thenc o by the samo north 13tf
degrees west 2 v perches to tho place of beginning,
containing 45 aciesand no perches, strict measure ;
whereon are erected nttto-story Irarno house, bam
and other outbuildings.
All that other tract and lot of land situate lnMlf
nin townshlo, Columbia county, Penna., botindod
and described as follows : beginning at a black oak
erub. thenco by land of tho widow Lutz south 7d de
crees webt 11 S-10 perches, thence by u public road
and lands of tho heirs ol David Drown north k de
grees wen al 2-10 peiches to a stoue, thenco by land
of (leorgo swank north 75W degrees eust 16 perches,
north wt degrees west 17 perches to a btone, north
753a degrees east 4J perches to a stono, north ll'f do
irrees wests perches to a stone, thence by land of
Henry Schlosscr north isudeeieeaeastEHMOpercb
cb to a stone, thenco by land of John Pond south
llir degrees east 114 4-10 perches to tho placo of be
ginning: containing Slut res andM jierehes, neat
measure, whereon aro erected a two-story framo
house, bam and other outbulldlugs.
Seized, taken Into execution, and to bo sold as tho
propctty of Stephen II. Swank aud Sarah Swank.
All that lot of ground situate in tho town of
liloomsburg, Columbia counts. Pa., bounded and
Uf&criocd as lonuttn, .u nit , "i ii , j "
ccal house, pig pen and oUier outbuUdlngs.
A tract of land sltuato In Pino townshlp.Coluinbla
countv. bounded aud described as follows : on the
north by lands ot Asher Fullmer, on tho cast by land
of milan Kullmer, on tho south by land rormerli of
Kllas itendenhall, and on tho west by land of Susan
Paus: containing 64 acres. (14 acres cleared), on
w hlch Is erected u 1 story log house.
V one-eleventh Interest In a farm of 110 acres, moro
ru-less, sltuato In Pine townBhlp, Columbia county,
bounded aud described as follow s, to wlti bounded
on tho north by land ot Wesley Bates, rrn the east by
landot Susan Kaus, on tho south by land of Kllas
Mendenhall, and on tlie w est by land ol P. W. Faus i
known as the farm of Thomas Faus, deceased, on
which is erected a good two-siory frame house, barn
and other outbuildings.
SeUed, taken into execution, and to bo sold as tho
property ot Joshua It. Faus
All thoso two following dcscrltied lots of ground
In or adjoining tho Milage of 1-spy, lu Columbia
county, uud blnto ol Pennsylvania, to win The tlrst
bounded and described as follows: beginning at tho
northern corner of lot owned by Kllas Mace, (now by
Jacob Hess), thence eastwardly by an alley lo feet
lu width W feet lo an alley 10 feet wide, theucoby
tho same southwardly 17314 feet to Main ktreet of
sal I village, thento vt cstwardly by aald street to feet
to said lolot Kllas Mace, (now ol Jacob Hobs), thencs
northwardly by tho samo lI3Viet to tho place ot
beginning t ou which aro ervcteUu two-stoiy brick
house, suiblo, outkllchen and other outbuildings.
HICCONI) beginning at tho corner ol up alley 10
feet tn wldUi running northwardly from thu publlo
load leading Iroin liloomsburg to Berwick to and
connecting with an alley running eastwardly and
westwardfy lilt leet wide, thence eastwardly 1 feet
to a corner of a lot ol Wesley Huckle, southwardly
173 '( felt to the atoresald publlo road, thence by the
bald road westwardiy l ftet to ihe said alley 10 foet
wide, then by said laRt mentioned alley linif teet to
tho plawi of beginning: ihcybtlng tho same two
lou of ground widen Puller Kdgar and wlfo granted
and conveyed In lea blinplo unto tho said T hoinas W,
Kdgar, together with, the hereditaments and uppur-
t0teizwl taken Into execution, and to bo cold as tho
property ot Thomas W, Kdgar.
C. O. MUHPIIY,
Coroner's Office, Coroner and acting Bherta,
llloomtburg, AprU 7-U.
IlKASUIlEtVS HALE OP UNSEATED
i iwtw tu nnt.i'MIUA CO.. PA.
Uio sale of sealed and Unseated ands In tlM "Un
tv ol Coliimbt.i,eti!., for taxes duo and ""'llT''1
offer at pubiw sale nt tho couit House, in tholown
of liioomsburr;, on tho
SECOND MONDAY OP JUNE, A. D. 1870
nt ii) o'clock n, tn the following described piece, of
land, or such part thereof as be ncie ?'3,
sill-fytlieatiiountof taxes duo and unpaid nialnst
tho same, anil continue mo same Irom day to day as
the same m iy uo round necessary.
TKUMS OF MALI!.
11,. .Mnnnl irf IntM nml rnvt.4 MtUIlt bit ttAld When
the land Is struck oil, or tho salo may bo avoided,
and tno property put up anu resuiu.
No. of ocroa. Warrantees or owners.
Ames, Abott It losce
Columbia Coal A iron Co
, 19 SO
, 19 SO
. 17 GO
, 19 W
luvis, Isaac, esiaio .
rricic. jten. r mi.
Hoaw, Charles A John.
Miinn A' ltoat
NimupsmT. f IftnriTft 9 21
Stewart, William 13 J
Vnndusen, Altamau 4 Co.
2 6 1
Wost Buck Mt. Coal tc Iron Co.,
Womeldort tc Lrfever
A roll, Jacob
Ash, tleorgo L
Hoyer, F. s
Barnes, C. It
Charles. Simon, Jr....
(learh.irt, Wm. M.....
Ilarncr K Chester....
Hoffman, !'. (I
Hunt, K. (I
ljiwrence, V. it
Kutlifunl Sam ,t Co 4 uo
smith, . I. V a 13
Shlck, J.J 3 3.1
Scott, l'eter 5 51
Tlltiiu, (leorgo 3 31
Vuslllie, II It 2 22
Wetzel, C.H 11 34
Workhc Iser. Samuel 1 s
Wood, Augustus 3 83
('In Isi nun, Ann
Pennington, Jesso It....
Clem, wm. T. ., Hev..
Doty A; Pealer
KdtvarcK .Martha J
pealer, Samuel J
,V Ot 800
If Ot 290
siller A Stackhouao...
Probst. .1. S
dm1, c, s
Clow ell, Jacob
VT. Mcmucii, J. s.
Chadwtck, Ann Jane..
Collins, Peter F
llougland, Wm. M....
Hughes, Juhn J
Keller w Idow
sweet t 'lorry
Van Buren, s. L'., Mis.
Van llurcn, s. K
llunley. John o
i ouner, Isaiah, estate.
Filtz, Wm., estate
Kline, John 1.
, 301 02
, 495 00
, b2 00
. 73 94
, 9 CO
. 9 I.)
, Cln 1 1)
, 71 7 4
. 702 91
, 17 bo
. 4S 02
, 103 55
, CO IK)
, 0,1 UO
, 4 Co
, S 30
cook, Cal harlno
Davis, John K
Junes, Kvun T
I.lndunmuth, Geo. I).
Marr, 11. s
Coiighlln, J. J
Ammerman, M. A ,
Buckalotv, Win. Kst
Fowler, David ,
Jones. It. 11
Kindt, Jno.fi Co
Montgomery, D, Est
White, U. U
, 8 07
, 5 51
, 6 05
H Of 08
4 of SCO
OH KEN WOOD.
Watts, John S
Eves, Mary It
Masters, Goo. KM.....
Wllbon, J. D
Parker, 11. Ester...
C'ampbell, L. N
Harris, Jacob Ktt.........
Neul k pursell
Frtck, Geo. A.,
Beaver u. s J. UKIlno...
Kline. J.L.X G, Hupp
M) ere, Mary
" Charlotte ,,,,
Bochtel, Jacob. M,
Kills, Wm. heirs
Frcezu John u
lxjugoiiberger, Geo. Est
Munu, i', V
Mobleller, Joseph ,
Siueck, Brobst, Yetlcr Jt llauk..
Shuman, Wm.T ..;
Yetter, Daniel Est,,
Michael, John Jr
1'aiks, Sam Est
lilshel, Jonathan 8r
Welllver, Evan -
siiyder, Win. E
Frlck, Geo. A....
Frlck, 1-cggott it Co
Kline 1: 1 alteraon
Davis, Thomas Eat
Beaver, Geo. J. L. Kline
Huston, .lull 11 part ut
Lit Ho ltobt
Morris M.O, Hughes
ltnub, J. Miller....'".'."'.".'.'.'.'.'
Buckalew, .las. Est
Hess, Crevellng Co
ljiubach, Em. .v. s. Ilower...
Stephens, Wm. M...
Jl. W. McltEYNOLDS,
rpitEASUKEU'rf SALU OP SEATED
J. LANDS IN COI.UMIIIA COUNTY
Also tho following lots, pieces uud parcels of Seat
ed lands, icturned by tho tax collectors, nro to bo
sold at tho samo time, under the provisions of an Act
ot Assembly, entitled "An Act relating to tho salo
of lands for taxes In Columbia County," approved
March 6th lscs :
Mclteinolds, II. W...
Morgan, T. O
Plum, II. M
Lutz, Jacob r
Scjberl, DanM Y
Smith, Tobias 1 18
Brader. Daniel .
chambers, J. F...
Monaghan, Mrs. Jno...
Mellck, Win. I)
Knlttle, .1. B
Ilanley, John tl
Slttler, John J
Sej be rt, Samuel
O BEEN WOOD. -
Kesler' David M. Est
Vandersllce, T. J
M j ers, Jacob tj
Witts, Joseph 16 93
Whipple's, J. Est 7 70
Ervvln, Win 4s
Levan, Solomon 40
Wltchy Mary s 21
II. W' McREYNOI.US,
T EGISTEIl'S NOTICES.
Ii Notlcu Is hereby given to all legatees, credi
tors and other persuns Interested In tho estates of
the respective decedents and minors, that thu fol
lowing u.lmtiiHt ratlun and guardian accounts havo
been tiled In tho otllee of tho Iteglster of Columbia
county, nnd will la) presented ror confirmation and
alluwaneo In the orphan's Court to be held In
liloumsburg, on Monday, tho 1st day of May, isio, at
2 o'clock, p. in. on said day:
1. The final account of Lj dla Kelchard, Guardian cf
Msry L. Kelchard, minor child ot John Helchaid,
lato of Madison tow nshlp, deceased.
2. The Urn and partial account of E. 11. Brow n.sur
vlvlng executor or Jacob Yohe, late of Mintln
3. Tho ilrtt an l final aooonnt ot Ann Beeri, Execu
tilx of Jebse Bteis, lato ot Hemlock township,
4 The account of George W. Itclfsnyder, (leorgo L.
Kostenbauder nnd hllzabeth Kostcnbauder? Ad
ministrators of Samuel Kostenbauder, lato of
Catatt issa township, deceased.
6. Tho Hibt andllnul account of Eleanor A. Eves,
AdiulnWralilx of Juseph Eves, lato ot Green
wood tuw nshlp, doccased.
0. 'iho account of llemy Lltwtller, Executor of
Cathoilno Lltwtller, lutoof Locust tow nshlp, de
ceased. ' '
7. Hie account cf Conrad Kreamer, Administrator
ot Catharine Kreau.tr, latour Madison township,
deceased. 1 '
8. The account cf rranklln itarlg," Guardian of tho
person and estato or l.uey Kuilg, minor child of
Ilcuben llelttlg,. late of Locust township, de
9. The nrst and nnal necountot Jostah Coleman nnd
Charles ccileinaii, Kxicutorsot Joseph colemun,
lato ot IL-hlugcreek township, deeeuscd.
Tho account ot Henry Lltwcller, Executor of re
tcrLliwelUr, lateof Locust township, deceased.
The account cf lewis Yeltcr. Administrator of
deceased. ""uw toitnsnip,
'lhn bupiiltmrntul and final account of Jnnnh
Gllberi, AilmlnPtralcrof Elizabeth Klstler. lato
ot Mount Pleasant township, deceased.
The account of II. J. Dletcrtch, Guardian of Hob.
trtD.Kliinei.inlnorhelrof Henry Dliterlch.late
of llrlarui-ek township, deceased. '""144""
Tho tlrst account t t George W. Correll andWU
11am 11. Weaver, Executors ot oeorgo Weaver
latoot the'lovvnot Bloomsburg, deceased.
Tho tlrst and final account cf Perry I) Hlack
Guarcllanof the estate ot Sarah Keller,' mluor
child ol (leorgo Killer, lato of Greenwood towu
Tho first and final account of Charles A. Souder
acting Administrator ot William F. Scudcrlaio
ot scott tow nshlp, deceased. """"-r. iato
Tho nrst and llnal necountot John K. Glrton
Guardian 01 Charles M. and David K. (Jlrtoti to il
nor he Irs of Hannah Boone, late ot Bloom lovvn.
ship, deceased. ""
'I ue account 01 Daniel Itambach, Administrator
01 William llerlu, late ot tho lloruugh ot BeS
wlft. Mee..rkfci.il Mv4
The nnal account of CO, Jackson, Guardian of
Mary A. Vnu llouten, minor heir ot A. II. Pearce
lntnf.f llil.ui-ri'i.L- l..ui,o,l,i Mr.Aac...i ".-v,
Tho account ot i uinucl Yetter. Guardian ot the
i..mvuHu,.iD.u,.i 1 eiier, u minor cmid
ot Daniel Yttter, latoot Main townshlp.ueceascd.
?be 5!bt ,?c2lun.t ?' Jolm A' ruils.ton and Wll-
...u. .-.Ai.viiiuia u, iuu iubi win arm testa
ment nt Charles Conner, late ot Oraugo town
S2. The nnal necountot Isaac K. Dlldlne, Guardian
of the person aud estate of McKendra I. Drake
minor child ot Levi Drake, lato of Putnam couni
19. The account of Fiunklln Yocum, Executor of
ceased8 r' tB ,toiltlllcr'-'''k townshlp.de.
24. The account ot Cbnrles Dyer. Guardian ot Benson
Miller, inlnpr child cf William J. Miller, lateof
Hoarlngcreek, deceased: as nied by Franklin
Y ocum, Executor of laid Charles Hi tr dtceased
M- m?P'"ic.?1J,t,0:1!5!'u'" D)lerl Exwlor ot Samuel
as n ed by Kranlllii Yocum, Ex outor ot 1 fui
Charles Dyer, deceased. ' blua
so. ThonrBt and nnal necountot Samuel Neyhard
AdmlntRtriitfii-1 1 .,rru A 11.11. .i. 1... 'A44?.44!
arcretk townshlD. aeceised. mlB w uf"
97, I ho nrst account of Samuel Nej hard, Admlnls.
trator of KnrMti bptl rt iuu. ... ..'",444u.ls-
deceased. ,m wnniP.
18. Tho final account of Samuel Neihord Anmini.
" .rdseS.1'0"' ",U "
TUS ?.rAVfn.lr",V..ttOT'0' "'ram It. KHno
M- ISfflKfrSSS ?.?a!,.cff W l"m H.. Kline.
Klshtngwlk iownshlpVdeM"1''0'1' 1410 et
11, Tke Mfond account of William II. Yetter ariin,.
adm ulslralor or ium.1 1 ;..!.' .t.i:f!.,?!,DB
township, deceased. ' 10 " uim
townihlp, ti-tiui j;'"'"''' ' 01 """
W. Jl. JACOIIT,
Uloomsburg.jMar so, 1S7I.
not eiucli of u uiwuau.
J the city of PhlUdelphU to be 17,448.