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THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BLOOMBBUfiG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PAT
&B03KWAY& ELWBtL, Editors.
J? vidny, J u no UO, 18 70
OK XKV YOUK.
FOK VICE 1'ltESIDENT,
THOMAS A. HENDRICKS,
Samui:;. ,1. Tilden.
Tlio Democratic Convention at St. Lou
nas niiuiinuteH lor l-resident Samuel J,
liltlett, now Governor of New York. On
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,0 ro uiuiimr tirti choice was
Gon. Hancock, ai.il the I'cniisylviiiilu dole
iraft,,.. I!. r
Ut.vi.u imiiHur ujo solid Bui'.Murt
fjiven Him. Hut Iho Hi-lection of Oov. Til
-ueli on tliu sccoiul ballot, bv 42 votes bV!
the requisite two tliirils showed the deter
wlnulloii of the ilelegule.1 to mt In iiomiiia
ttoti, not only one of tlio nation's able;.
. statesman-, but to Jo it with such unanimity
as to leuvo uo doubt in tlio minds of tin
leoi-lo ns to the tvlsdm of their choice.
Heretofoie, rivalry ami dissension huv,
slaughtered many of America's ablest state:
man, ami it is soldoui that a man so proml
nent ns Oov. Tilden has received tho neccs
sary ttvo-thir.ls with no slight contest,
It is a response to tho universal demand ot
tho peoplo for Reform; and who bettei
could bo entrusted with this herculean task
than the man who inaugurated it in New
York, against the strongest Ring comb
tious kuown in history ? We give the peo
lllrt ,mf mil.. ..... ..l-.l iv . f
uu, ,1U;ugo ior ueiorm, as an
organization, but present a leader who has
been identified with It, and would carry it
into effect at Washington as thoroughly a;
ho did in New York. Unlike his opponent
he would lead in the work, and not bo die
tated to by factions, nor by corrupt Infill
ey voter wno would Have A change,
ECONOMY ANDREFOItM.ltAI.LV FOuTlLDEX
P . S. Hendricks, of Indiana, is nominat
ed for Vice President by acclamation. It is
a ticket to win. It insures the Democracy
not only New York, New Hampshire, Cou
necticut, New Jersey and Indiana in tho
North, but gives us a good chance for Pcnu
syivania, Unto and Illinois. Oregon and
California were sure before. With the States
we can carry in tho South, Tilden and Hen
dricks will Bweep the country.
THE INDIAN WAR.
The Press dispatches give us the follow
ing from tbo "seat of war."
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vou. wuu. aim iapi. iMicicerson have
telegraphed to Omaha, under dato of tho 19,
Inst., that they had a sharp fight with the
Indians on Rosebud Creek, on the morning
of the 17th. It lasted several hours, and
me i loss oi me military was t) men killed
and 21 wounded. The Indians made the at
tack in force, but were defeated, and the
soldiers camped on the field. Thirteen dead
Sioux were found on the field, and it is be-
ncveu mat many more were killed. Gen
Crook's horso was shot under him. General
Crook has ordered five additional companies
of infantry and one of cavalry to report at
The action seems to us much liko a drawn
battle with Josses nearly equal. 'The In
dians, on account of their.superior numbers
can well afford to lose thirteen men killed
to our nine. Camping on the field, and
sending for reinforcements docs not look
much liko a victory. Perhaps Grant had
better have left Custor command the expedition.
HARD Olt SOFT ?
The financial plank adopted by tho Re
publicans at Cincinnati is as follows :
IV. In the first act of Congress signed by
President Grant, tho Natlunal Govern
ment assumed to remove any doubts of its
purpose to discharge all just obligations to
public creditors, and solemnly pledged its
faith to make provisions at the earliest
practicable period for the redemption of tho
United States notes in coin. Commercial
prosperity, public merits, and National
credit demand that this promise be fulfilled
by a continuous and steady progress to specie
This is richness. Tho Western greenback
er can argue unlimited time for resumption
from it, and the hard money mini contend
that it means immediate resumption. Hut
we would ask in all candor does It mean the
resumption of Specie payments in 1870, ac
cording to the Sherman Act? Will the Tie
publican inform us 1
ST. MllllS CONVENTION.
The Democratic National Convention mot
Jn Tuesday In St. Louis, and elected Henry
Wntlcrs'in, of Kentucky, temporary chair
man. Mr. Abbott, of Massachusetts, otTere
a resolution adopting, until ntlicrw le order
ed, the rules of tho lnt National Conven
tlun, which Included the two-thirds rule
The resolution was adopted. Committees on
permanent organization anil resolutions were
thru appointed, and Miss l'litelie fjor.ens
of St l.onis, was heard in behal ol Women
Sull'inge. A recess was taken until evening
when the Committee on Permanent Orgaul
within reported Gen. .John A. McClcniuud
of Illinois, for permanent President, with
vice president from each St ite. The teport
was adopted, and General MeClerimud took
the chair. Mr. lleluioiit, of New Yoik.rem
some resolutions arraigning tlio Republican
party and appealing to tho American peopl
to put mi end to sectional strife. They were
referred, and the Convention then niljoiirue
On Wednesday morning the Convention
re-assembled, and the platform was adopted
Tho several candidates were placed in iiouil
nation, and the balloting was as follows;
There belli' no choice the Convention
proceeded to u
Ha) aril i ,
Whole number of voles east, 7il8 j neccs
sary to a choice, las. Samuel .1. Tilileu
having received the requisite two-thirds voto
was declared nominated. Tho Convention
then adjoururd until Thursday morning at
10 o'clock without balloting for u candidate
(or A ice President.
HOW IIOM l'EllltO SPENT SUNDAY.
l'ltovitiENcn, R. I, Juno 18. At Now
port to-day Dom Pedro and the. l'nipress at
tended mass nt the Roman Catholic Church,
visited the old stone mill, Redwood Library,
the torpedo station, nud other poiuts of In.
terest. He was entertained at luncheon at
the residence of Hon. George ltanerolt and
afterwards was entertained at the residence
of Mayor Iledlow.
What desecration of the Sabbath 1 Peti-
tions should nt nnr.it lu iirctittr...! njl'tn,. tlm
authorities of Rhode Island to close all pla
ces of interest in their jurisdiction on
Sunday, bo that the Emperor of llrazll may
see how a United Slates Sabbath is observed.
It would bo well if an injunction could be
served on His Royal Highness, restraining
liim from such wicked amusements. Would
it not be better to give as a reason, for keep
ing the Centennial Exhibition closed on
Sunday, that it is our duty toward sGod,
rather than that we may show the world
how we keep thoSubbath.
THE HT. LOUIS I'l.ATr'UU'l.
Our space will not permit us to give this
important document In full to our readers
this week. Sullies it to say that it is a clear
nud distinct eliiiucitiou of the principles
nf the Democratic party on a I vital iiues
tions. It was adopted with great unanimity
Our opponent hoped that tho currency
question would produce u schism in our
rank. Unlike them we have met the ques
tlon squaroly,and '.eiiiaud tho immediate re.
peal of the act for the forced resumption of
specie payments in 1870, the passage of
which hus brought so much distress upon
the country. The platform will be given in
full next week.
The deaf mutes (if llrnoklyu have formed
ilsyes uml Wlieolcr campaign clui , Ua
telle nud Jtulltliit.
"Yet, wnd nil the Ilsyes am) Wheeler men
Writer m vltuf InUteV The thing It
THE TIIUB lNW.MillNESS (IF THE CINCIN
NAT I NOMINATIONS.
The nomination of Hayes mid Wheeler at
Cincinnati has taken the wholo country by
surprise. Upon tho rank and lilo of the Re
publican party its effect has been much the
same as a douche bath. Tho ardor and
enthusiasm tor favorite candidates had be
come high j but suddenly tho thermometer
went down to below zero. Tho main work
of the party leaders since has been, by oveiy
splcles of political strategy, to simulate, and
gradually to create, an enthusiasm which
this nomination did not, and of itself could
not produce. Hence the Hartford Pott
says: "Wo seo no reason why Gov. Haves
should not speedily veguire the popularity
and receive tho vigorous support accorded to
Lincoln in his first canvass." This is a tacit
admission that ho does not at present enjoy
such popularity. The hinguago of the
Worcester Spy is even more expressive. It
says: "It the Cincinnati Convention has
not made what we regard as tho best possi
ble nomination for the Presidency i7 has
carefully avoided making the icorst posnibh
Indeed! there is certainly some little comfort
in the recollection that it might havo been
worse. Tlio Philadelphia Inquirer is free to
tell us how it might havo been rendered
worse than it is. It says : "At first there
will be many chagrined and disappointed,
because this or that gentleman was not
chosen instead of Gov. Hayes, but after
awhile, the expediency of his selection will
be seen and felt, and if hi) nomination fail to
arouse'great enthusiasm it will certainly he
received with great respect. 77ie convention
might have nominated Morton or Conk
It should be remembered that these are not
the frank and candid utterances of tho hon
est masses of the party, who, as yet, are frco
to exprexs the deep feelings of discontent and
dissatisfaction they cherish ; but the utteran
ces of selfish party leaders, deeply interested
n repressing and suppressing their chagrin
and disappointment, so essential to obtain
ing the final sympathy and support of tho
rank and file. Aud the very best they can
do Is to congratulate themselves with tho
idea that there was iminent danger that the
convention might have nominated Morton
or Conkllng. Wo are saved from this af
flicion; and it does not become us to com
plain, of any other nomination, however
unaccptable, sinco it is not nearly as bad
as it might have been.
Tho Norwich JJultetin, has gono a little
deeper into this matter, and does not hesi
tate to point out the real significance of this
nomination. It says : "Tho worst that can
be Baid is, that, in itself, it is no guaranty of
administrative reform, a principle for which
the people aud many influential leaders of
current opinion, havo this year developed a
This is truly, as the Philadelphia Timet
ould say, getting at tho real inwardness of
the matter; it is the gist of tlio wholo thing
tho issue of the campaign in a nutshell.
Administrative reform," is what the pc.plc
demand J and it is precisely this, that wo
havo no "guaranty of" by the nomination of
Hayes and Wheeler.
They tell us that these men are personally
pure, honest and blameless in their private
lives that there is not a blot or a blur upon
their fair escutcheon. lie it so; we trust it
Is so. It will relievo tho Democratic party
of tho disagreeable task of exposing person
al faults and frailties of invading what
should bo tho sanctity of private life. It will
dignify the contest; and we trust, in some
degree purify tho political atmosphere.
Rut, even if it bo true that these men nro
as pure aud upright as they are claimed to
be, this fact in uo manner reaches tho great
and paramount question before the American
people. It is, "in itself no guaranty of ad
ministratice reform ;" and, unfortunately,
there is nothing in the present attitude or
past histury of the Republican party that
helps tu supply this all-important guaranty,
but tho very reverse.
It is easy to show that this admission of
the Bulletin is no inoro than the simple
truth. All tho facts connected with the
nomination demonstrate its truth. At an
other time, I will endeavor to point out these
facts, aud show that no other conclusion can
be justly and logically reached from all the
premises before us. In the meantime- we ac
cept tho frank aud truthful admission and
thank the Jtiilletin for it. The nomination
aud election of Hayes "U no guaranty of ad
ministrative rtform " It is even so I 0,
CI HCUMST.ACt:s"A LTKIl CASKS.
A geueial howl of Indignation arose from
the Republican pres, when tho Democratic
Houo changed its olllcers. It was declared
to bo outrageous Tho action of the Re
publicans oi New Hampshire however, In
removing all Democratic officials in the.
btate, is greeted with intense delight. It
makes a difference on which foot the boot
WAstltNtiTos, D, 0.. .tuno 27, 1870,
Thero was little of interest transuded Tn
the House of Congress on Saturday, except
lug tho paaa,i of tho bill to repavo Penn
sylvania Avenue, nnd that Indeed is only
Interesting to Hie lax-payer of tho city,
and the railroad that traverses that street.
To them It is vei v Inlercstlnglii a pecuniary
point of view as It will cost them heavily to
pay their allotted pioportion. Mr. Sayler,
of Ohio, on Saturday was elected Speaker nf
the House pro It m lco Mr. Cox, who was
abxent. having gone to St. Loui. This will
make Mr. Sayler Speaker until Mr. Kerr re
sumes Ids dutlcs.anil should he die or reign
(neither of ulikii it is hoped will take place)
It will go a long way towards making Mr.
Sayler Speaker for the next session, The
city Is full of strangers and the streets lo ik
llvely. The most proiuliioit topic Is the an
ticipated nctinu of the St, Louis Convention,
It is a recognized fact that while the citizens
of Washington have no voice In tho ."elec
tion of a President, they nro perhaps more
immediately concerned than the people of
any other cltv, hence tho excitement that
exists here during every coinpalgn among
local politicians. Krom prcscntaiiliearaniTs
there does not appear that self denial on
the part of prominent aspirants at St. Louis,
which should characterize thoso who have
the success of great party principles at
heart nud feel that In disseminating those
principles they will bo serving the best inte
rests of their country. This one, that one,
nr the other won't take tho second place on
tho ticket I Oh, yes, so and so, hiii! so and
so, would make an exrellent ticket and
would bo certain of election ; but we must
chango the order of their names. Oh no,
our man first or not at all. Now talk like
tills won't do. Let it bo known at St. Imls
that the oll'ico seeks the man nud not the
man the olliee, and when the representatives
i f the Democratic party llicrjas-ombled shall
declare or Intimato its preference for one to
(ill a certain position let us hope thgt all
personal or local considerations will bo at
once thrown nsido and that tho party desig
nated will at oi:ee avow himself ready to
servo his party and thus benefit Ills countiy.
There will bcotherelrctions to take place in
coming years and nll'ord ample opportunity
for such self nhirgation to find its rewards.
Tho Morning Acies argues very conclusively
that the recent order issued from the War
Department discontinuing the military di
vision of the South lias a far deeper slgnili
entice than appear on its face. It is under
stood to be the initiation nf n nlao design.
ed to secure tho electoral votes of Alabama,
Arkansas, Louisiana and Mississippi for the
Republican candidates. Thoso four States
vill now be under tho direct military con
trol of Lieut Genl. Sheridan whs can V de-
pended upon to carry out any design concei
ved at this point. The recent interview of
Louisiana Radical Doliticians with tlio Pre.
sident was in connection with this plot. Such
of the Marshals and District Attorneys in
the States named as cannot be depended
on to carry otittlicirshareof the undertaking
will be removed and their places filled by
more pliant tools. The Secretary of War
win sireieu ins powers to me utmost verge
aim iroops win oe posted where they can
best serve nartv purposes. Didawnrn l!n.
publicans are not all pleased with the Presi
dent's choice of a new District Attorney for
them, lheir principal orean the Wilmine
ton Commercial calls tho appointment of
risnei scauuaious aud ai ds: "Wliatin u-
ence could have brought it about can only
lie conjectured. If the appointment is to
siauu men Hancock- sliould resumohis lorni
er place and llelkuau iro into thu War lie
partmeut again. Judgo J'isher had not the
tupnort of the Republican pnrtv of tlm
fiaie. nor me respect and confidence ot the
people, anu ntlcr his we 1 known card in
Washington, his appointment is an insult."
Tho Caincrons arc already after scalps
Reed, tho U. S. District Attorney for the
Western District of Pa. has been removed
to make way for H. II. McConnick. Reed
wivsaUlaine man McConnick aCameion
follower. Tho former was a gentleman and
a capable oflicer. Tho latter, whilst in the
Legislature was less distinguished for legal
lore, than for brutality, Ho alwavs went
Persons livinc in unhealthy localities mav
avoid all bilious attacks by taking a dose of
Dr. iJuH'H Vegetable Pills occasionally to
keep tho liver in u healthy condition.
Maine, to pacify lllaine. has made him a
U. S. Senator vice Morrell who has been ap
pointed Secretary of the Treasury. He can
now have tho pleasure of sitting by the side
of Simon Cameron. "Let there be peace."
HEAD AND CONSIDEH.
lleumin'ri Capclno Porous Plasters nro an
economical, dean, cer(alti and powerful rem
cdy, surpassing in efficacy any known plas
ter, liniment or compound.
They are particularly o ffectlve, nltd will
positively relievo uml euro: Acuta and
Chronic Rheumatism, Sciatica, Neuralgia,
Nervous Diseases, Stubborn Colds, Kidney
Complaints nud nil diseases for which n po
rous plas'er has been used, In an astonish
ing short time.
Capeiiie is the greatest medielno nowii,
Capeiuo is superior to electricity and more
lienson's Capclne Porous Plasters relieve
at once and cure quickly. Try tin in. Price
PUUU'KY .t JOHNSON,
l'llAIIHAl-ECUCAI. CHKU1STS, N. V.
May 19, '70 ly.
A NKW JIUSTAKD- PhASTKH.
The medical value ot a mustard plaster Is under
stood In k cry faintly. Much lime Isspeni In pre
piUni a poallleo and Mien the mustard is nf pool
iiunllty and will not act, cntislmr great mUTcrlnir.
Mills trjlnir Inconrenli'iicels now iieiloclli' ovciromo
Py lli'iison's Prepared .Mustard Planter. It Is a (tr -nt
Improvement nn tho ordinary nrtlcle. H Is very
clean andean Im applied and removed without ills
rolorlntr Mm lotlilnir or solllnp tlio skin. It does not
deteriorate with inrn. It Is niwa s reliable, us only
tliu test quality of mustard is used In Us prepara
tion, it Is readv tor use nny moment, by simply
dlppitKT U In water. It Is sold In half ard pieces at
us cents iter roll, if jour druggist can not tupply
you send e to us.
SHAllt'UV k JOHNSON,
M iy.19 Pharmaceutical Chemlsta, N.
Wo trust that none of our cotemporaries
will insert the advertisement of M. House in
regard to obtaining "Absolute Divoiccs."
Tlio man is a bwindler, and his business dis
honorable, if not illegal.
Dr. Sage's Catarrh Kcmeily
is no Patent Medicine Humbug, cot up to
dupe tho ignorant and credulous, nor is it
represented as being "composed ot rare and
precious substances brought from the four
corners of the earth, carried seven times
across tho Great Desert of Sahara on tho
backs of fourteen camel), aud brought a cross
tho Atlantic Ocean on two ships." It is
simple, mild, soothing remedy, a perfect
Specific for Catarrh aud "Cold in tho Head"
also for Offensive llreath, Loss or Impair
ment ol the sense ot Smell, Taste or Hcar-
ng, Watery or Weak Eyes, Pain or pressure
u the Head, when caused, as they all not
unfrequently are, by theviolenco of Catarrh
Something New An Imported Hemedy Can-
This wonderful preparation, known by the
above title, which lias attained such celebri
ty during tho past tew years in al naits of
ho United Slates as a positive cure for Con
sumption, llronchilis and Asthma, can now
oe ouiaineu at ail lirst class druggists. Wo
lavo mane permauent arrangements Hi Ual
utta, India, for obtainini: "Puro Hemp."
and having it extracted upon its own soil
(tho climate in America being too changeable
to extract large quantities Ireo from mildew)
iiiosH remedies arc now prepared Horn the
best Hemp gathered at the right season nud
extracted during mid-summer in Oaleuttu.
There is not a single symptom of Consump
tion that it docs not dissipate, nud it will
break a fresh cold In twenty-four hours.
One bottle will satisfy tho most skeptical.
2.S0 per bottle or 'A bottles for ?(i.60.
As this is an imported article, wo do not
commission our remedies, but will be pleased
to make cash agents everywhere.
Addt ess, Craddock &. Co. ,
1032, Raco st Philadelphia.
W. & Co juno 30 '70
llrooks, Me., Sept. 7, 1870.
Dear Sir : Prom early youth I was In lee
ble health, troubled with humor in my blood,
weakness and debility of the system gener
ally ; was unable to labor much, only at
soino light business, aud then only with great
Seven years ago tho past spring I had a
severe attack of Dlptherla, which left my
limbs parali.ed and useless, so I was unable
to walk or even sit up. Noticing tho ad
vertiscment of Peruvian Syrup, I concluded
to give it a trial, and to my great joy soon
found my health improving, I continued
the iisu of the Syrup until three bottles had
been used, aud was restored to complete
health, and have remained so to this day,
I attribute my present health entirely to
the uso of Peruvian Syrup, and hold it in
high estimation. I cannot speak too highly
in its praise. I have several times recom
mended it in eases slmllur to my own with
the same good results.
Charles E. Pearcy.
A Desirable lluslnos Ojinorluuity,
A largo nnd well-known New York house,
about to establish an agency In this town and
coumy, reipum uie services nt an ncilvu ami
K. I. KUXKHtS lllTrillt WISH OF 1IION
lias never been k nown to fall In I ho euro of weakness,
attended with symptoms; ladlsposlttou to exertion,
loss ot memory, dlnlcu.t o( breathing, general
weakness, horror of disease, weak, nervous trctnb
liny, dioadful horror Of death, night sweats, colJ
feet, weakness, dimness of Union, languor, universal
tassltude of the mascnlar BystFm,enormousappetllo
with djspeptln ayintoms, hot hands, Hashing of the;
body, drjnessot tho skin, pallid countenauct and
eruptions on tho face, purifying tho blood, pain In
the Jiack, heaviness of the eyelids, frequent black
spots Hi lug berorotho eyes with temporary suffu
sion nud loss of sight, want of attention, etc. These
symptoms all ailso from a weakness and to remedy
that use Ii. F. Kcncmh Hitter Wlno of Iron It
nuver falls. Thousands aro now cnj0lng health
who have used It. Tako only K. F. Ki'nicki.'s.
tlewaroof counterfeits and baso Imitations. As
Kunk-el's Hitler Wlno of Iron Is so well known all
over tho country, druggists themselves make an
Imitation and try tu palm It oft on their customers,
when they call tor R linkers Hitter Wine of Iron.
Kunktl's Hitter Wlno ef Iron Is put up only In $1
bottles, and has a yellow wrapper nicely put on tho
outside with tho proprietor's photograph on tho
wrapper of each bottle. Always look for the photo
graph on tho outside, and you will always be suro to
get tho genuine, ft per bottle, or sir for 5. Sold by
Druggists and Dealers, everywhere.
AM. woitits hi:moved amve.
H. P. KONk-it.'s Worm Syrup never falls to destroy
l'ln, Sea and stomach worms. Dr. Ki'nkki, the only
succcsiful Physician who removes Tapn worm In 2
hours, alive with head, and no feo until rcmovod.
Common sense teaches It Tape worm be removed all
other worms ean be readily dostrojed. Send for
circular to Dr. Kunkcl, No. 25S NoilU 9th street,
Philadelphia, I"., or call on your druggist and usk
forabottloof Kuakel's Worm Syrup, l'rleo fl.ai.
It Never falls. July.
A fMTOR's Noi'ini
2,X. . , A. woi.l;,tsoMa. wn.llAM rriiria.
'I no undersigned Auditor appointed by the roiul
fl " ml"on, 1 ' of Columbia county, to make rtls
' ""s"'K irom me. nine in pemoi
W'rtbt Win. einer to and nmotiw tlia part
tilled to lecOuo tho name will meet said parlies
loniceln Cutanlssaon Saturdiy, Julymh. is
UuVlock, a. in.
Juno an, Jw.
it' f ,.4',t,...
,1 . It. 1. 1 i.lil.l ,
Elm Avenue Hotel
T.iLJI AVKNUH AND PI FTY-PHIS';
i'i ntreei, opposite
TVrst end or Mnclilucry Hall.
A single room and single bed, l nn per dav.
. A. ltoi:i.nis. Proprietor,
itooini ean lift fecured by correspondence.
Philiuloljiltia & Heading B. 15
lib nf .Inly Htriirnliiii Tlclii'l will bo Issued at
reduced fares between alt regu'ar stations on tnli
ltoad an.l !lrnnchs, (excepting between local point
on (Jermantownand Norrlstown llranch.) good from
.Monday, July ml, ISTO, to Thursday, July cth, 1S7H,
both days Inclusive,
No sales of such tickets will bo mado after Tues
day, July -th, I8T6.
1'iuseng'rs sliould procure their tickets beforo
entering the cars. I'ull fares charged It paid on tho
J. K. WOOrTI'X,
Juno ao, 7(.-lt. ncneial superintendent.
1876. WHERE NOW? 1876.
To i MirilKMN, mo of tlio foremost, flouilshtn
U1IU IIUUIWY CHIH- (
TO buy a I' ItM out of tho
Ono Million Acres
ff lino farming lands for sale by tlio (lltAND fl.U
Ills INDIANA II. It.
Strong soils, ltcady Markets, suro crops, (lond
hciiums. ii. ii runs iiirougn centre or grant, set
t!elllchta nil utmiL'. All Miuli nf vtrniliiptM rnln.1
Plenty of water, timber and building materials,
1 1 k-u iniiii iu iu per aero ; oite.rouriu uown, oai
l"Mnd for Illustrated pamphlet, full of facts and
limine-?, mm luuwm'cu. .suioess
W. A, IIOWAIIU. romin'r,
(Irani! Kaplds, Midi.
If. I.. Pnillfll. Sec'v Land Dep't.
I'D. Co. Jan 21-llw, e. o. w.
M;itwi:ii'KNiii:tsKi: Mii.i.nit. in herwici; nn
the 1st lust., by (I. A. liuckiughani, i:m Mr. Dinbln
Schwepivnhi-lser to Miss Minerva Miller, both of
Minilu, Columbia coumy.
AMlKliTSON-STItOUO. At tho residence of tho
bride's parents lu Dallas; 1'a. on 20th Inst., by llev
It. U 0111, Mr. 1!, II. Albertson, of Dloouisburg, to
Miss Clara M, Stroud, of Dallas, I'a.
LUSHER. Ou 2ith Inst,, nt I'.loonisburg, l'a.
Chai lotto daughter;of 11. F. and Charlotte li. Lunger,
aged 24 ears, 1 month, c das.
(We are authorized to announce the follow lug lier-
Rons as candidates for thu unices named, subjcct.to
the Democratic i ules of Columbia euuuly ;)
O. A. MKOAltGHM,,
UHAHLIiS li. HltOChlWAY,
J. L. GIItTOX,
HKNHY 1)0 AK,
A. K. KMITH,
JOHN K. CillOTZ,
1IUNHY 1 KNonn,
B EL M 0 NT II 0 TEL ,
ST 'HOTLY 1'IUST-CLASS.
TICItMS f3.5) Mill DAY.
COK. 1'OItTY-l'IKST AND OitlCQON STS,
(Mt.VEIl MAl'LK O110VE.)
Cliurlea I, and 1'. 1. Mewtis, of lliilltmure
OWNU1W AND ritOl'KIKTOItS.
Major. W. V. LEI.AND, Manager.
Us Attractions Capacity, 1,1x10 (lucsta; 360 feet
long a i4u ihcl m iuu , a biurics nigu; uuut anil rur.
Iilshcd by llalllmoreans. Private parlors, en suite,
etc. special lates for I'aille.s. Associations, .tu.
French, German, Spanish and Italian spoken lu the
hotel. All charges moderate and accommodations
nrsi-ciass. itisuitnm rour bu cks ot tho main en
trance or mo urauu cenienniai imposition, tho mos
desirable location of any Centennial Hotel. The en
tire house Is surrounded by a lnagnlllcent groiu of
mania trees, 01 iniriv years growth, making it the
coolebt hotel In Philadelphia. The furnltum and
equtpnielitsof tho entile establishment aro of the
niosL uuerai cnaracier nnu uuring ino season a urst
class orchestra w 111 furnish luuslo for Iho cntertnln.
incut, ot the guesu. Market street line city ears pass
. of Catawissa.
I. K KUIC1CI1AUM,
LUTUKIt A. GERMAN',
STF.ril l'N' "oT: Attl I AKT,
JOSKl'II II. KXITl'LK,
K. J. MclIKNHY,
HA VII) S. HKOWN,
of Centra ti.
Wlio U tlie oldest living tueinber of tlio
I'cniiiylvanla LccUluturu? Alexander Col
ey, reading ill Jlunlon tuwnslilp, this conn.
ty, may pii.l ninety years ot age, represent. , ,V " " " ami
10 1 11 . 1 .1 1 1 ' telliUo man or woman, Tlio couipimut ou
ed Cohiiubln county In (,e cwe( liou,f of ( wu i nu.M, w,e 0 , M,a'(. u r(.
tlie lVoinylvanla legislature for tlio vents, qutttil, Only an enugvtlo ami Iro.lwnnl.y
1828, 182! tuiil IW-more thun Oil, years 1 1 fflfoSSK Yf, Aft
A UDITOIt'S XOTICJH.
V. KST4TK OK tl l.lUUII UOACII, 1IKCKAS1II.
'1 110 Undei'Klirin.ll Alllllllit IlllnillrM ,11,, ll.nllnn .
the fund Hi thu handset Iho Administrator of thees.
lato ot Mlalicth Iloach, deceased, will attend to tho
duties of his apiiolatment. at Ids ultlco lu lllooms
burg, ou Saturday, July with, lsw. at 10 o'clock a.
u., when and wiiem all itrsoiis liming claims
ugalast thu hdd estate, are leipilred lo present thu
H.imu befoio tho Auditor, ur be dcUaned from com.
iug iu iur a suuru 01 bam muu.
, . . JS. It. IKl.I.KIt,
JulySO, IBia-nv, Auditor,
"FEAHFUlTTFiSAIlFUL ! I
Kiciu-mtut ut the New
STOItK, below Maikut Stiuet,
welcome all. whers you cau get tho UUUT Illl iNlW
lu the market.
tlUH t'MV'i IS CItOWliliU CONSTANTLY.
Tlis 1 utulmlghud lias purcbaaed the cntlro ktoek
CI J, II, Jidywjn aud lows Urgo luidllKini lheilu,
QUO. S. TILLSON.
Itv vlrtuo of sundry writs of l.'terl niul Ijvnrl
l'aclas, issued outot tho Court of Common Pleas of
coiuuuiia county aim lu ino directed, win be exposed
to public salu at tho Court House in llloomsUurg at
UUVUklUVA p. 111. UU
TIlUItSDAY, JULY 27, 1870.
All that certain tract of land tdtuatcd In Hemlock
township Columbia county, I'a., bounded on Iho
norm 0 laua oi uiiaries liieiericn, on tno west by
land of Joseph Moust, on the south by land of 11. V.
l.'i.Mti.r nti.l ..ii l,v lnrl r.f l, ll'.nw
Inu ,'2 acres mo'e or less on which Is erected n fmiiii
house, a bank barn, and other outbuildings, with
Seized, taken into execution, nnd to bo sold as the
property or Amos Appiemau,
All that certain tract or parcel of land lUng and
being In licaver Valley, In Iieaver(lute Jlirniu) town
ship, la Columbia county l'a., containing 'M'J acres
moreur less, and being the same tract lately. In
lsia, deeded Innno lleulaniln M. Plumb by Kllzabelh
Catharine llubbill ami Win. Wheeler ilubuell her
husband, by deed recorded nmong the land Kecords
or Kiuu county 01 uoiumuia, in ino state of Penn
sylvania, to which deed lull reference Is iien-hv
made for a more full nnd particular des-cilptlon o'f
iuu uhli. ui muu nrii-uy coin L'.eu, WHICH IS uesClloeo
In Bald deed as lollows: All that tract or piece and
parcel of land situate and being In Ileal er valley, lu
Heaver (lalo Mltllln) township. In thu county of Co
lumbia aud Statu of l'eiinsyliiiida, containing Sou
acres, moro or luss, (suiveed for S'-'l acres, and id
loaanco for roads) which was leased by thu late
locuaru 1 lower. 01 iieiawaro county, to John si
man, ou the 21st day of December. In tho .veer P
nnd ot which said lllchard l'lower, died sel.ed In his
demesne !ls of fee, nnd hu halng died Intestate It
ucsitjiiurii liim vusiuu in jus si eiiiiuien, wno an
eonveyeu 1110 same oy oeeu o.neu aplll Villi, lsu.re.
corded In Danville, In Deed Hook "I," pages J0.1, vtn,
tm, wn. iu 111. . . iniuui-ii 111 niisi; inu sum iraci
bflnir described nud bounded 011 Iho tast by lands
of slmon Miclhamaicr (ieo. she hummer and othcis,
on II10 noith by huriejid land on the McCally
.il.MllllIIIII, 1UI 1 IIU USt UJ 1 'llll i.ue ii ,ioiinjouu-
soii, s-nlor, and on tho south by kinds ot Jesso
lti.berts' heirs, and being tin. saino tract of land
which 1 nomas renii ana ,101111 ret. 11, ix lures, ov
dce.l 1 r patent dated the vad l'cbiuarv, A. 1). 1173,
I'lirulli'd Anrll 1st. 1 IT.'., eranled. n l, .iscd uml eon.
Ilimed to lilalr Mecleiiahan lu fee, and therein de-
m-uiK-ii as 11 reriiiiu unci 1.1 i.inti eaiicu "riescoi,"
situate on a brancli of I'atawhsa Creek, aliove the
gap lu the county ,t Niirtliiii.ibeil.ind, begtuiiliig at
a maikvd maple 11 corner of ileo. Mec enahan's land
thence b, the same 1101 th fort-e en ileAfecs west
two li'iiidre-land seventy peivlu-N lo a post ; thence
bi ullunor maiked Uvea, inn III liny degr.es east
ws iM-micK mi 11 k,m, ; ineiice n 1, eo. naiiiaiii K lami
soma tsijj lieivhes to a marked chestnut 0.1k theiiei.
by a line ot mmk d trees smith twenty degrees
,-ai. riciiL-s 111 u nuui.eii ijiuci; ,i.ik, ailu
south seventy degrees west ninety perches 10 the
ol ieo of hcLrlhiilii.r. cut ilnliiir m ies. 1
idioivnuee of six percent, for roads lu pursuance ot
u warrant dated July 'jTlh. nn, Hnneed to John
I'lngle. and by him erantid lo said lilalr o Clena-
iiaiimieeo. ueeu uaieii ri oruary '.'iu, Tho
aaiii u-ici 01 lanu ueing com piiiou with loads in eon.
tatuataur Ihereubnats (being the sa'nu luvml'.es
which I.I.iiar.l Henry HubOell ami Chailuttu his
wne, iiyueeu u.uciiJiuy liisi, a. 11. imm, amiiecoid
ed .Nuu'Uibei'ilst, isan. In the ufiue for n eurdlngof
Deeds, .vc. In nnd for Columbia eouiit), nl lllooms-
iiHi-,', weeu ii.juK 1 , in;e 1 u, in, iu, granieu una
cum. ed unto tho said lillz iliein Caiheiine llubbcll
lu lierow'ii tight In lee Mmnle. siiblocl lollmiim.
iiient of a cei tula mnrtgnge. deht or hum of Ten dol-
iiisseciireo oy innrigagii on saiu pninlses, dated
Mav Mill, isil, wlih Inteiest, AC. and helmr ihn
same premises which Wm W. Iliiubcll, 'liusleeot
.iiiiy .hii iiiioueii, una ham Mary aiiu iiuuoeii, by
luiii'iiluie dateil Heccuiber nth, A. D. lr..'i, recorded
at llloomliui-g, In Deed Honk ' 1','Tages 1 10, 111, ip)
113, granted uml eouieed mil l tho s.i l.l liicliarii
Henry llublK-ll lutio simple, freed and dlsclmiged
rioio said Uses aud trusts, together with thoaiv
seled, taken Into execution and to be sold as the
pnii envoi iiany n.anu ucuecea i;. I'liiioiouk.
SheiliT'sOniee CIIAS S. I'OUNWAI.D,
lilooiusbiiig, June VI, '7C sherllf,
Juno 'M, 'le t s
A DM I N JSTHA TO S A LE
valuaiili: ni;.vL kstati: i
Tho undersigned, Administrator ot Deborah lllch-
tun, luieoi caiawissa, net eased, wtu expose lo pub.
lie i-ale ou tho premises lu Catawissa, ou
SATURDAY, JULY 8, 1870
at 2 o'clock, p. m.,tlio follow Ingdescilbed real estate
u-wii; a ino-siory
FRAME DWELLING HOUSE,
situate on Second strcit In said town, being about
as feet In front and uiu feet In lU'Pth.adjoluliig lands
of Win. 11, ' uihlll, nnd T. U Dean.
TKH.MS ot' ssl.U. Ten is-r cent of one-foiirth of
uir iiuiciiusn money 10 ue pun at me sinking uonn
of the propjrty. the oua-fuurlh less the ten t cent
at the confirmation of salo and Ihn remaining tlirie
fourths In one year theieatter with Interest fioiu
conilrmatlon nisi. HlliAM J. Itl'.KDCIt,
W. r. Kmrley, Administrator.
Attorney for Kstate. Juno 10, 'tc. te.
JOTICK TO HEIRS.
Illlli COL'NTY. M U t
In the 01 plums' Court of Columbia county. In Iho
natter of the Piiillllon ami taliiatton of the
Heal Lslate ot John Mensih, lutii cf Franklin
township, Columbia county, deceased.
To Jesse .Mensch, Michael Mencli. Calharlno Imq.
man, Mai la Pat r, i:ilza lilddlng, Clulsllan Menscn,
Win. Mensch, Sarah burger, Aunlo licit, franklin
Shu man guardian ad litem nf John l Kelt, Mary
M. Helli, Lnvatila N. la lt, .Sarah A. Iteltz, Sosepli
H. ltelty, Kdward 1. Itcltz, minor ehlldien of Abbey
Kelt, formerU Abbey Mensih deceased. Tako no
lice I hat imitlllon and ulnailon of tlm reui iki
of said John Mensch deceased will lie held oil the
premises cm Thuiwtay Hie J7lh, day ot July A. I.
1S70, iH'twteu the. hours ot v o'clock a. 111. inula
o'clock p. 111. of said day when and wheieou may
uttend It uu think proper.
llliHiiasbiirg' Juno 1, "70, Sheriff.
her next niend Iu Common Pleas of Columbia
hdward lt.Crawford, coiinty.Ni'.uu I'ebruaryTerm
. , vs. ism, subiiujna in Divorce.
John I1. 1'urscll, I
Tho alias subiueuala tlm idKivn euso liavlnt l,.,ni.
returned lion est Inventus, ou, tho said .IiJui I'.
1 umeji, uru iiereuy reipureu to uppear awhoKuiu
( ourt. on tho first Monday of HeiiLember i.oki. tn
answer the complaint therein tllod.
uucnaiows, UHAIILKS IXJUNWAL".
, Attorno)'s, bhcillf.
The BUtistlber tsliow tirr.nnn.il Ini .vflvi, lin,iri1i.m
ftt bis liousu la llourlngcroek tuwnshlp, klluatedat
1 vn uimu un run IUIUIH. 11IU UOUSO UCOII.
ducted 011 Temperauc prlnclplos, no Intoxicating
liquors being sold on thu premises, (load rooms,
bKCelleLt fntilf. Dill! llif, rr.ll.fi.rta t.t A nH.nlr, l.f.nn
Terms reasonablo, j, 11. ia,N(imt,
way , 'iq.-tf. lloarlng Creik, l'a.
I ft l.'r A1 ttl h0""1- H'UVplos Worth tl
jotici: to ni:ri:s.
Imintinti rVih. hi.
liitheiirphfiiis Couit ot Columbia County, In tho
blatter ot tlm partition and .ablation nf thocFtato
of Hat Id li.ulS, lam of Miniver towiMilp, deceased,
'lo Win. ImMs, residing nl Dlmock, su.iiuelniiina
Co. I'a Margaret Hopkins, lesl.lliig at AMiland,
SchHlkill co. Pa, cimrles man, residing nl hldena,
Ieo u Illinois. Samuel K. D,ils, clear spring York
iu I'a John II. DaMs, .tons llrovu Sclnulklll Co.
ca. Kutli Aim Cramer, '.Ions tlroe, sclnulklll Co.
I'a. Wesley It.siiinnan, Krnncls II. SMuman, llanford
siiiunan, and llairlet Hans all of I'll moutii.l.ueriio
Co l'a. Take notice that nn liiipiest will bo held nt
the lato dwelling house of David lint Is, deceased, In
tlio township of Heater Columbia County, on Tues
day the 11 ist day of August IS7, between the hours
orvo'elo.ka. m.alnUp. 111., of said day, lor tho
purpose M in iking partition ot tlio Heal list ate, or
said dece ised, to and among his children and legal
representnlltea, If the h.iiuu ean lie done without
preludlco to or spoiling the wlinle.otherw I'o to vnttii!
nnd appraise the wimo nceoiding to law, nt which
thin; and place ou am reipilred to attend If ou
Sherlll s (mice. CIIAS. S, KOKNWAt.t).
lilooinsbiirg, Juno 10, lsTil. Sheiln'.
XXUAli STATK.MUXT OV
Henry Ilcssnnd Henry ShalTet.Rupcrtlsors of Centre
township for is;o,
To Hint of dupllcnto for 1875
" cash of Henry shamr.
" order on Isaac Lrwln..
liyamt. of wot k done..
" Coinnilsslon to collector.,
Henry ShalTcr ono nt tho supervisors of Centre
township for ls73.
To balance of Note of Win. ShalTcr
" Due bill
"Cash nl Co Treasurer on Vf S. Lands....
" onleri'ii Allen Mii'llhamiier
" Interest on nutoK duo bill of Wm. bluffer.
llyeashpild J, J. Drawer 1t4S
' Note of Wm Shaffer tu Is too Hi nine Bialil
" Cash paid Henry Hess and Henry Shailer. 2 70
,u iuu iiiiucrMifiicu Aiiuuors or i;entre lownsnip
v minium uiini.v.iiuve exiiiiuneo tno aoote nccounis
...... .. in Lutii Li, uii.t iiiki iuu mini u nil 1 i mil
iars nnd sctenty-ono cents dim supervisors, and for
w hich amount wo hat 0 given order ngutust one of
ftw tui.ki.itt uni.,ilwr.,u
Juno 23, '70.-3W
LEVI l'llSTI'Ii, )
I.. W. wooi.l.HV, - Auditors,
SAMIIIX KlILCHNEIt. 1
N'N'UAL STATUMUXT Ot-' CKXTltl
TOWNSHIP TOOK DISTUICT TOIt 1S73.
Wm. ShalTcr and Wm. Dennis Poor Overseers of
centre township for lsio.
To nmt. ot duplicate for H7a 2CI1! Itf
1 a..ii irom i;oi. unorr in iuu on uup. 72. 11 ur,
item or .n. i campueii for 111x011 lot.... la to
fasu recu. irom onar rreei; iwp 10 Ml
" " " " DeiiJ.onlu .Miller for U. 1'.
Thomas 200 do
"Cash rued, fioiu Letl Miller for D.I'.
'I homus r0 no
lly amt. paid for relief of Paupers in twp. .
" " ' Atts., Justices expenses ..e.
lu suit wllh shlckshinuy boiu.
" " " state Hospital for board &c,
" " " Slate Hospital for board Ac.
' " i:. 11. Ikelcr atly. and Statu
Hospital lor 1). sponcnbuig..
" " " David 1', Thomas
" " " Joseph 1'oho for Note nvd int .
" " ' Traveling expenses to Hospital
" " " II. I. Kiiorrforsertlces
" " ' Samuel Neyhard '
" " " T. 1'. Kocher Assr., for sen lees
" overseers tlmu c
" Witness fees and mllcusu to Danville..
" llalanco on last years account
" Item overcharged J. Kromer
" Halauce duo dlsti let Irom collector. . . ,
e the undersigned Auditors of Centio totvnlilp
( olumbla County, hate examined tho above account
of the Poor otersters and ilndlt correct to the best
VI uui i.uuwieuu uuu ococi
June 23, "7C.-3W
i.i:vi rcsTini, 1
1.. t. Wooi.l.HV, t Auditors.
SA.MUUL KELUIINKlt, j
OARIXGCREICIC .SCHOOL DISTRICT
Daxiki. W. itAitm, cni.i.tcToa asn tiieisciiki:, lv ac.
mu.1 null ItlMlllMieKKIIK .SCHOOL IMSTKICT
1 OU TUK VC.VU KNII1.SO Jt'NK 1, 1S70.
To am t of duplicate
Am t brought lorwaul feci! ail
Ily nnVt paid for teachers' salary. . . J325 1)0
r " collector s eoniniKslou
at r. per cent 33 at
nm'i paid Treasurer's commis
sion ut 2 per cent .'. n 47
ain't paid on outstanding orders
orpretlousyearicdccined a 77
nm't exoneiatlons allowed 2 3:1
' paid for coal 31 si
bcnooi nccessniles. 12 111
f C22 !i2
Ain't brought foiwuid
Ain't lu hands ot Ticastuer
OARIN'dCRKKl' l'OOR DISTRICT.
William Ykaiiku anii AiniAiittt WiTSmt coia.Kcroa
AKll THKUUIIKH OF lIOAUiNUCllKHK 10011 DlS
ll.ICr IrOH VKAU KMIINO JCNK 1, 1S70.
a ain't of duplicate t M 27
' balance oi previous car 211 S7
ain't paid for collector's commls-
mi... ... ,. in-, .1111, ,a ,i
am i paid furtloililng for pan-
peis c 11
nm't paid fur keeping llaibara
l'lshcr ;s 1)0
nm't paid tor keeping John Ora-
'am J24 27
exonerations allowed no
am'l paid for unending settling 2 00
making duplicate. I w
Ain't brought forward
Cash In hands of Treasurer.
Jiss 1 1
JOARIN'OCRKRIC ROAD DISTRICT.
JOSEI It I.KVAN ANII J. M. Tlll'MI', COI I UTOllS AMI 8U-
ruin isuus, IS Ateol'NT Willi KOtlllMICUkkk
llOAII DISTIIIIT l'OU VKAlt KMHNO
Jl'NU 1, IS7li.
To nm't of duplicate .' s;2 r,3
- naiaiiceoi piettoiis tear. nil ,i
" Inletest paid by .1, fa van II 110
" money paid out f s 62
Ily ain't paid for wmk dune
" " " eoll-i torn commis
sion nt 5 per ceM
' ain't paid lor iciklu; Imnds
4 " " " willliigoiiiidninil
1 am'l paid fur intending seining
4 " paid oter ,,
4 14 of due bills iiYtctmud of
4 2 C3
ADM I XISTRATO R'H XOTI C K.
kSTATKOI'Wll. iit'Nt ny, PscKtsun.
utters ot Administration on tho estate of Win.
Kuntnti.laio ef Mudlson lownshlp.coliiinbln county,
tit ceased, hate been grunted by I ho lleulsler of Raid
en. tn.t, I'. Iiunyiili K Datls Kiinyvti. AiliiilnlslralniH
of Win, lltitiynii, dee'd. All imtsohs hating ttalms
iignln I the estate of the, decedent aru ieiucs(ed to
present them lor setllcment, mid I huso Indebted to
the estate to make payment tu tho undersigned
Adniliilsttaturs without delay.
JOHN P. lll'NYAN,
DAVIS Itl NYAN,
Ain't brought f.rward 1.10s ui
" baKineed 1,1ns sj
Ain't duo fc'upertlsor ,
We. tlm linilersli.ni.il tmiiimw ... t,.,.,..i
cuunts and Uml theiu eoricet as aboto set out.
MAHI.ON II. MVHIIS,!
NATHAN notion, J-Auditors.
HUOltliK I-'. OltAlU, j "u""un
ksTAtiF nv rtttwif t.llntu TtnnviiTS. nnrRAStn.
Mlersnf Ailnilnlsliatliiii on tho est.Hi) of Cad-
wallailer KolxTts, latu of Montour township, county
ot Colinnlil woiinty.sintoof Pennsylvania, deceased,
have been granted to Win, John, of Dear tlnp,
l'a., to whom till persons Indebted lo said estate, aro
reiiuested In inako payment, and thoso having
claims or demands win uiako known Iho samo with
out delay. Win. JOHN,
Dear (lap, 1'. O. Col. Co. I'a. Administrator.
UHITOIl'S RIOl'ORT OK CATAWISSA
SCHOOL DISTUICT l'OU YIlAlt LNDINtl
Am'tot duplicate forschonl purposes 21.I Rl
' building " 7M 4J
Cash from former Treasurer vl 81
.IIIIU lllllll l.l'l llll I. Ill
Tax from unseal
'.lid teachers' Kiilarlcs
" fur fuel
" for repairs
" . nalary of Secretary 1
" Treasurer nnd Collector
llalanco In Ireasuf
gTATUMIJXT OK SCO'lT TWl'.
cuiiuui, DISTIllUT IN ACCOUNT WITH
II. O. KtuiiNGii, Ticxsiuer.
Jllnu 7. 1S70. Hv litdaiiee 1111 ieiml o.j,.ii
Aug, 3, " " stato Appioprtatlun 31U In
Tavdup. fur year '13 Issa u
unu to, '70, To Teachers wages 1
44 " .tiateilal
44 " Kcpilrs
44 14 cleaning scl.oul rucms
4 " Duplleaiu
44 14 l'llullhgienorts
44 " 'I reasuier coinnilsslon
44 41 Collectors com iidsMuu
" " sec. etar s salary
14 " Hxonerullons
. 44 " Auditors fees
'4 44 llalanco
CI 2 1
J una 10, IkiC, liy llalanco taj ci
Co tllA imifArl,,,....! A-
III! " "e t-"l... "" liA,ll.
juumt, tSHtV, Audltuis.
UDl'l'ORS RICl'ORT OV CATAWISSA
TOWNSHIP l'OU Till! YHAIt ls73.
Win. sharpless nnd John Slrouse, Supervisors of
To amt. of duplicate for l7r $1733 sj
lly nmt. ot Work, Attorney fees and
1 amt. tiald Dan c Kostenbaudor
' " " c. M. Vandcrsllcc, jirlnt
lng 41 ami. paid 11. M. Watdln
" Kccclpt f iom county Clei k
" Percent ago
' Hotel bill
" Auditors thrco daj s
llalanco duo township
Wo Iho undersigned Auditors of Catawissa town
ship have examined Iho accounts ot tho supervisors
of said township nnd llud them correct us nbotu
M. V. II. Kmni:,
I. II. Sri'.shoi.tz,
S. 11. DlKMIUt.
June tc, '70.-3W
A UDITORS RKl'ORT OK CATAWISSA
TOWNSIIll l'OU THU YKAU 1373.
Joseph Mart?, Poor Overseer of Catawissa Twp.
To amt. of dupllcato for 175 loll so
" llalanco Irom last settlement 1117
lly Drs. lioblns U Son, bill
Dr. K. W. nutter
" tillbert x. Kline,
c. It. t'uustoii, coal
" Daniel l'easter, support
" l.ydla Howe, "
' Abraham Drlchbach
" John ltunon, for Mis. riaumer
" (Jen W. Soult, ' C. Albtlght,
" 1I..I. Ileedor,
" Mi's, Mannings,
11 Wm. llartman,
" Mrs. P. I'rltgerald,
" Warden & Vandeisllce, printing
" Jos, 111 each, for keeping pauper
" shipping Daily .c family oil
" Percentage Sc.
" Sen Ices
" Mrs. Hall,
llalanco duo township lists
We the undersigned Auditors of Catawissa Town
ship have etiunliied the accounts of the Poor Oter
seer of said Township and llud them correct as ubot 0
M. V. Ii. Ki.ixn,
I. II. Skimhoi.tz,
S. li. DlHMl'lt.
Juno 16, '7C.-3W
TATKMKN'T OK KRANKLIX
township, juni: flili 1870.
Amount of Dupllcato
Amount or w ork alone
ll.1ll.1nee ri'iuiilasl ear
01 1 111
IkUlance duo Supervisors
ovi:iisi:i:us 01' roon.
Amount of Duplicate $304 r.i)
Venduu ot Julia Crumly 031
Kentof Julia 1 '1 uml 's House 5i
Unseated lands S71
Dallauco from last yenr 4S si
Money paid out,
Ilallancu duo Township
Amount of Duptlcale ' 153713
llentof School Houses U20
Appropriation 110 25
Whole amount of Orders
llallance due Towiislilp
TIIOs. P. ClIH.MflTON,
uiii-.i-u -r. m.itiii.
Juno 10, 1S70.-3W.
gTATKMHXT OK KISHIXOCRUKI'
lOW.N'SIIII' ASH THE OI'I'ICEIIS Ol' THE bAUE A3 101
ACCOl'NT WITH S. C. CilKVEMNO AS TlltlU'llfll, JCNK
To cash 30 oo
" duo bill ot 0. 11. Mcllenry 20 ss
To a notu of John Nehart to bo paid ir
collected, dale of uute Juno 13, '70 1 Its)
Tu u nolo of J. 1'. Hutchison 39 00
Dato of note April lo, ls71 paid on tho
notu April 5, ls72
To Cash iccelted of John Sutton 510
lly cash paid l'sip Amciuun
'to cash iccelted of J. J. stiles Super
To cash ree'd of John Held supervisor 1000
lly cash paid .1. D. KulhniT for damages
done u Held driving through 13 00
To cash 11 o'd or 11. 1'. Ldgar on II. Hart-
man's mcuuut 2 17
To nolo ot hand ot M. Ilelshlluo oter-
seer of poor 93 ( 0
lly cash paid Peter Hess
' " " II. W. Hess, auditor
" " " llll llobljlns
" ' " s. C. Cretelln
" ' " Moses Mcllenry clerl:
To lec'd of Juhu Held ISO')
Tonnoleot hand of Juhu Held 5749
lly rash paid Auditors andcleil;
March I, Is7fi, by cash paid John Dresn
er to pay Iklur
11 cash paid John Dreshcr to pay cl, rk
Dy cash jiuld Aaron Deader to pay cleik
To cash ree'd ef M. A . A lumernian per
A. J. Kline 10 no
oy easn uaiu nuuiuirs aimciutu
lly touchers and commission
To an order In fator C. s. Cretelln to
Account wiih johx Ditiyiunt,
IIIO.SIIEII STI'EUVISOII IOUIS73,
To w holo amount of dunllcato lis;
JIiuclw, lsTO, to cash paid S. C. Cretelln 3 no
vtpiuiu.uj win i. oh louus b347l!
lij uinigu uiiiucr 4 17
" f.l tit
. u t.uiii nj yi
lly his ou 11 tt 01 k and book
" one nay seining
" alienor 111 tax 011 duplicate
' a nolo to ballaucu uccuuins
Account with aauon iihndi'.h,
SITKIIVISOII. AI'llII. 10
To i nolo amount of duplicate II29S20
itj ui U Ull luuus
' litolierat tins
Ids own worl;
' book's plank
To cash m nr
Juno n, by uxoneratlon'a
lly sen Ices
Account with jno. wi:nni:u
JOHN DOTV OVtaSEKIl OF I'OOII.
Apill 10, To whole amount of dunll.
eato 4 Rtni
Junof, by tuuthers
To ca-sii Hum Centra mi nn
1776. Agenta Wanted,
"Centennial Cook Hook anil Oenernt fitifdo." 400
Pigos, bound In cliilh nnd cinlil. a.noo Keelpcs
Cookery, Medicine, farming, Dairy, Hvenln. iHien-grntlngs-Cenlcntilal
luilldliigs Old Holies, Park
scenery. Map nnd outdo for strangers. Host sell
lug bunk out Hook for every body. Details at $l.su;
sent iHjstpahl on receipt. Send for copv.
J. II. MYHIIS, iMibllsher,
. . 103 chestnut St., Philadelphia.
3. W. ft Co. Junt 83-1111.
D.Ml XISTRATO R'S NOTICK,
KSTATH 111' U'U. U. KtTtJ.ltNRIl. llMl'll.
I .ill rrs 01 Adliillitstrntton 1111 thiiHstntn of Wm
K. Kelchtier, of Mllllln twp, Columbia County, ilec'd
liato ts'en granted by tlio Ueglsler of said county to
Win. H. Heck, of Mllllln tp Columbia county, l'a,,
to whom nil persons Indebted to said llstato aro ro
(iic"tcil to inako payment, and thoso hating claims
against the said ostule will mnko tlicm known to tho
said administrator w Ithout delay.
WM K 1IKCK,
TATH.M15NT Ol'' DLOOMSIJURQ
SCHOOL DISTlttOT KOIt THE YEAH ENDING
JUNE 1st, 1870.
M. V, iVoouwAiui, Collector,
To nm't of dupllcato for 1875 6 $10016 94
Ily ain't of exonerations (162 34
" " paid Treasurer ns per re
ceipts 78411 M
2 iwr cent commission on jiisw ui mi i
bnlancoduo district 1S19 c;
llu Jones, Treasurer.
To ain't from former Treasurer
of J. 11, Evans puictiase
urn l stato annionr:
from salo ot bonds. 231 w
" fiom M. C. Woodward, col
lector. 8s01 70
Ry ain't orders cashed (12154 72
" 2 iter cent commission on $12,-
431 72 .
balance duu district..
lll'II.DINtl l'UND ACCOUNT.
To nm't tax lotted for building pur
poses 230.1 9s
14 nm't recclted from sale of lioiids 2113s M)
" " Irom J. H. Evans on Bale of
Old Academy. 301 23
" am t ree'd ot collector duo last
bcttlcmcut 23S 78
lly exonerations OS 09
' uin't paid on bonds nnd Interest 4493 os
" " collector's commission 49 32
11 'pi-easiirer's commission. . , Ci 27
" " paid for grading, fence, boll,
tc.. .?. ! 259 00
" ain't paid for lightning rod M to
" balauco In hands of collector 752 09
SCHOOL FUND ACCOUNT.
Tonm't tax levied for school purposes 7511 9f
' am't slate appioprlatlon 904 89
" ' from foi mcr Treasurer 0 15
" " ot collector due last settle
ment 710 33
Uy am't paid 17 teachers $0,120 00
' " 2 Janitors 493 00
" " " (laming houses nnd re
pairs 193 6S
" am t paid for seal and press...;,.... 5 so
printing. 21 00
14 ' clock 7 iw
" Insurance..., 40 87
" Montour school dis
trict tuition 1141
" nm't paid for Ink for school 1 0 00
" 1 coal 301 b0
" Secretary's salary 150 00
,1 .1 i. 'i reus, commission lstl 82
" ' " Collector's commission. 147 93
" " ' for school Journal 7 on
" " exonuratlons 114 25
" " paid for sundries 42 41
" balance duo district 1070 33
llalanco building fund duo district... "52 09,. ,
" school fund duo district 107i 33 ' '
Duo by M. C. Woodward, collector.... 1S19 68
" " Ell Jones, Treasurer 8 74
lly Ids tlmo ami sort loos as Overseer
Hy a nolo to balauco accouuu
Account with j, Hutchison
TBEASfRKK Of SCHOOL VVHU,
iuuo(ilocaSII lli,1 t,i
Uyvoii hers '"litsiu
STATEMENT OP ISDEDTEDNESS OP
HLOOMSUUIH! SCHOOL DISTUICT
JUNE 1st, 1S70.
Bond Issued to J. Schuyler for lot,
duo Aug. 1, is;o (joe no
Int. on Minis fi'um Aug. 1, 1S75,
10 June 1, 1S70 25 00 625 00
" Issued to .l.Schu.tlertorlot,duo
Aug 1, 1S77 600 00
Hit. on s.uno trom Aug, 1, 1875,
ln,)linol,ls70 25 00 623 00
" No. 3, Issued tu J, s. sterner for
building, duo Aug. 1, 1!75 500 00
Int 011 same from Aug. 1, 1&75,
to June 1, ls70 23 00 623 00
' No. r,, issued to J. s. stei ner for
biilhlMig, duo Sept. 1, is73 550 00
Hit on samu from Aug. 1, is75,
to June 1.1S7H 27 60 677 60
14 No. 7, Issued 10 J, s, sterner for
building, duo Sept. 23, ls70 100 00
Hit on sumo from sept, 2J, ls75,
to Juno 1, is70 4 12 101 12
" No. s, Issued to J. sterner for
building, duo Sept. 23, H70 100 00
Da on same from Sept. 23, ls75,
10 June 1, lj7s 4 12 101 12
14 No. 9. Issued to J. s. sterner for
building, due Sept. 23, ism 1000 00
Int on same from Sept, 2J, IS75,
to ,111110 1, ISTli., 4120 101120
44 No. UMssued to J. s. Sterner for
nuUdliig, due sept. 2J, lsio....;.. 300 00
Int. on same from Scpt.23, 1875,
to.llllie 1, IS70 123a 3fJ SO
" No. 11, Issued to J. S Sterner fur
building, due Nov. 2, ism r,o ot)
Hit on same from .Nov. 2. is:r.
tu June 1. Is70
No. 12, Issued to.l.s. sterner (or
building, duo Nov. 2, ls70.,
Hit. on Milne from Nov. 2, 1S75,
No. ls.issucd to J. S. Sterner for
building, duo Jan. 10, ISTii
Inl ou batiiu lulu Jau. 10, 1S75,
to June 1, lsio
No 10, issued to J, s. sterner for
building, dun Jan. 10, ls70
Int. ou same from Jau, 10, lsis,
to June i, lsio
No. 17, Issued to J, S. Sieiner for
biil'dlng, due l'cb. 0, 1S77
Int. on sanio from l'eb. 9, lsio,
loJuno 1. isfo ,
No. is.lssued tu J. s. sterner for
building, duo l'eb. 9, 1S77
Int. on samo from Feb. v, 1675
to Juno 1, lsto
No. lo.ls'aied to J, s. siei ntr for
building, due Feb. 9, 1S77
Int. on samo from Feb. 9, 1670,
to Juno 1, lsio ,
No. 'jo.lisucd lo J. s, sterner for
building, duo Kb. u, ls77
Int. on same from Feb. 9, 1S70,
to Jlllll! 1, ls70
No 21, Issued lo J. s. sterner tor
building, duo l'eb. 9, 1S77
Int. on baiiui from i eb. 9, 1S70,
to.luiie 1, lsto ,
No. 22,l-.sued to J, s. Stonier tor
building, duo Feb. 9, 1st!
Int. 011 samo fioui Feb. 9, 11,75,
to Juno 1, lsto ...,
No. 21, Issued to Itolllus i:
Holmes fur steam heater, duo
N'UV, l,ls7S ,.;
17 33 617 33
, 1IUKI 00
31 C7 1034 67
14 IU 1S4 03
11 44 169 II
7 CO 407 31)
19 C3 209 63
1 S3 101 85
1 S3 101 83
1 63 101 63
9 it 12S 23
Hit. on same, from .May 1, lsio,
IU U UUU 1, I1IU
44 No. 23, (s.-ued to Kolllm, i
Holmes for ble.na heater, duo
Nov. 1, lsis
Hit on baino irom May List's!
to Juno 1, lsto
44 No 20, i,sued tu Kolllns .V.
Holmes fur bieaiii healer, duo
Nov. 1, 167s ,
Hit on bame irom .May 1, is70.'
10 Juno 1, lsto
44 No. 27, Issued to E, 11. Drown"
duo March 3', ls79..
Hit, on same Horn Jan. 2, 1s7ii.
to Juno 1, lsio
44 No. 2S. Issuul to E. II. Prowi'i!
1I110 March so, is79
int. 011 samu from Jan, 2, isi'o!
loJuuol.lsto ' ,. '
44 No. 30 issued to E. II, llruw'n!
duo March 30, is79
Int. on samo Hum Jan, 2, 1670.
to Juno 1, lsio '. '
44 No. 31. Issued to E. II. Dtowii!
uiio March an, ls79
Int on samo from Jan. 2, is'70!
to Juno 1. 1.70 4 '
44 No. 32 issued to I.uzctta Creasy
uuu Marcu a.', 1S79 imi co
Int. on samo from Jan. 2, 1670,
to.luiie 1, is7n 4 os,
4 No. 3J, Issued tu l.UieltttCieusy
duo Mann an, ls79 100 00
...1. Oil DlllllU UUIll .iuu, 2, lsio,
to Juno 1, is;o , '
44 No. 34, Issued to laiietta cieasv
dim Murch 30, 1679 '
Int. on same from Jan. 2, lsio,'
luJuuol, lsio ' 4
44 No, S3, Issued to DaWdSlroup.
duo April l,ls79 """P,
Jut. ou same from Jan, 2, nj'7'0',
to.lunn l.lsio 4
44 No. so. Issued in Datldstruup,
int. onuimu tiopi Jan. 2, lsto,
to Juno 1, 1870 4
44 No 37, Issued to E. 11. iiruwii'
duoApill 1, 1679 '
Int. on minu Horn Jau. i, isiii.
14 No, as. Issued tu Trustees'of
Int. on same from Jan. i'l'm.
to Juno p lsio ' 4
44 No. 39. ISbiied lo Titislns"of
Int. on samu from Jan.' i i's'io!
to Juuo 1, l70
2 CO fj02 60
2 60 602 60
1 69 370 63
12 60 612 60
12 60 612 60
2 61) 102 60
2 50 11)2 61
li 50 10J 60
i 61 102 tu
2 50 1iJ oi
1'4 60 612 60
It t0 512 60
Cabh lii hamli of collector jsio cs
..iisu in nanosoi iiiusuivr w n
Duo bv .1. it I'tiiim ,,,r. i.',w, .'." .. ?. l
int. on sa'iho to juhVi;'is7o:Z. M w tin, r-
Tulul InacbtoUiitw cf tho dls.
It. II. ItlNtlLKIt,
II, 1'IIANIC ZAHIt,
11. W. 11ES
T, .11, L'ltKV
i.i,.. v.... v1'1 llt'OUIIS.S,
Ihn linil, ralm.,.,i 1...,,,