The Columbian. (Bloomsburg, Pa.) 1866-1910, September 21, 1877, Image 1
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S3 ft I If Hit ll I J 11 Columbia County Official Directory. President Judgo William r.lwcll. Associate Judges I, K Krlckbaum, F. U Hhuman, rrotlionotnrv, na.B. Frank Zorr. Court stenographer s. N. Walker. lelstor X Recorder Williamson (I. Jacoby. District Attornoy John M. Clark. Sheriff John W. llortraan. Rurvof or Isaac Dowltt. Treasurer Dr II. V. Mclteynolds. Commissioners John llerncr, 8. W. Mcnenry, Joseph ands. Commissioners' Clerk William Krlckbaum. Auditors-M, V. 11. Kline, .1. H. Casey, E.l). Brown. Coroner Charles 0. Murphv. Jury Commissioners Jacob II. Fritz, William II. Ott. nnitntf Siinprtntenrtpnt. Wlltlam II. Snvder. Bloom Poor Dtstrtct-nirectore-o. P. Ent, Scott, Wm. Kramer, Bloomsburg and Thomas ltceco, icon, u. l'. lint, secretary. Bloomsburg Official Directory. President of Town Councll-D. Lowonbcrg. clerk -W. wiru Chief ot Police M. C. Woodward President of lias Company S. Knorr. Ki.r-rplj.rv. ft. W. Mlllpr. Illooinsburg Hanking company John A. Funston, Prnelftpn . II. 11. flrn 7. (tnshtpr. Firs Na lonal Bank Charles It. Paxton, Tcsldent J, P. Titstln, cashier. Columbia County Mu'ual Saving Fund and toan Assocla lon-K. II. Llt.lo, President, c. w. Miller, Bloomsburg Building and saving Fund Association W III. 1 UilUUVK. 1 il'SIHCm, W. 11. Ituuiwil) AUbiut,. Bloomsburg Mu'ual saying Fund AssocUv Ion J. J ljrower, ITCSUien , Kl. u. uuriuey, duhciiuj. CIIUHC1I DIRECTORY. BAPTIST CUURCU, Hev. .1. P. Tus'tn, (Supply.) Sunday Servlces-l a a. m. and p. m. MunilA Kchniil 9 ft., tn. Prayer Meeting Every Wednesday evening at otf Saa s'freo. The public are lnvl'ed to attend. ST. MATTHEW'S LUTIIKRAN CHURCH. Minister liov. . I. Mccron. Sunday Services ion a. m. and OX p. m- Hunrl.t Hplinnl fl n. in. Pra crMeo log Every Wednesday evening at Stf CI0CK. scats free. Nopewsremed. All aro welcome ransBVTEiuAM cuubcq. Minister Hev. Stuart Mliihcll. Sunday Services lux a. i.i. and tn p. m. Qiinrtni. Hhnrl 0. n. m. 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Sunday Servlce-ip. m., 1l tho Iron street Church. Pra er Meeting Kvery rjauuaiu ut y. ui. All are Invited. All aro welcome. ' THE CnCRCII OP CIIRIST. nosiNE&s oAnns. jyn. j. c. hutter, A'lllCIUIAn SHUltUEUM, omce. North Market street. Mar.87,74 Bloomsburg, ra. E. E. 0RV18, OPRieit Poom Nn. 1. Sept. 18,1870. ATTOItNEY.AT.LAW. Columbian" Building. gAMUEL KNORR. A T X UBBE Y-A T-L A W, BLOOMSBURG, PA. omco. Itartmon's Block, corner Main and Market Q AV. MILLER, AITOllMKl'.AT-LAW omco In Brower's building, second floor, room No. 1. Bloomsburg. Pa. Orangovillo Academy. EEV.O. E, CANFIELD,A.lI.,PrincSpal. If you want to patronize a FIRST CLASS SCHOOL, WHEVtB BOARD AND TUITION ARB LOW, glvo us a trial. Next term begins MONDAY, NOVEMBER 5. 1877. For Information or catalogue apply to THE PRINCIPAL, July 87, 77-ly Orangovlllc, pa. 7. rUNX. I. I. WALUR. FUNK & WALLER, Attoi noys-at- Law, BLOOMSBURG, PA. once in Columbian IIcilbino. 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LAST A Gallant Hght Againtt TYcmcndout Oddt Jlrealing through Bayonet and then Mor tally Wounded with Aw own Knife The Brief Funeral Oration by Touch-the-Cloud If you want to save fi-om lo to 2ft per cent In the cost of PAINTINO, send for our prices of the iouowing : Strictly PURB WHITE .EAD, MONTOUR WHITfi LEAD SLATE PAINTS, ALL COLORS. IRON PAINTS, THREE COLORS, PURE LINSEED OIL BEST JAPAN DRYER. LINSEED OIL. & CHALK PUTTY, Best Paint Brashes, COACH AENISB, HOUSE "VARNISH, Furniture Tarnish, SPIRITS OP TURPENTINE, Orders and inquiries by mall will recclie prompt attention. Sample cards andprlc oust furnished without charge. ays. "76,-ly. B tuTsani omce. r aim?i AflR f 3KKTI FICATKS last printed VI fAcenln nt ttift noi.nMBllN Office. MlhlS- fersut the (lo'tpel and Justices should supply them selves' with these necessary articles. JUSTICES and Constables' Fee-Bills for sale .MhanninuMiMnfflM. Tliev contain the CON rectod fees as established by tho last Act of thp Leg slaturo upon the subject. Every Justice and Con stable should have one. "V 7" ENDUE NOTES just printed and for Bale V cheap at the Colombian office. Main street. ODnoslte Episcopal Church, Blooms burg, Pa. tr Teeth extracted without pain. augS4, iwy. iROWN'S HOTEL. Bloomsburg. Pa.. B. fetohner. Proprietor. Accommoaauons nrsi class. tl.M to tl.60 per gay. Restaurant auacneu. , class. sew M. DRINKER, GUN and LOCKSMITH. lewlng Machines and Machinery of all kinds re paired. Ofeba Hocsit Building, Bloomsburg, To, burg and lOel. CLOCKS. WATCHES, tC E. SAVAOE, Dealer In Clocks, Watclics and Jewelry, Main St., Just below the Central PROFESSIONAL CARDS. THORNTON wmiM Announce to the citizens ot Blooms- iir? and vicinity mai ne naa just rcceivcumuiiiuiu compieto assoriineui. ui WALL PAPER, WINDOW SHADES, nzTDBBS, conns, tassils, and all other goods In his Uneot business. All the newest ana most approTuu iiuLieruo u, im uj always to be found in his establishment, Main Btreet, below Market. Red Cloud Agency, Neb., Sept. G. Crazy Horse, tho rcdoutablo Sioux chief and warrior is dead, his spirit having entered the happy hunting grounds at 121 o clock this morning. You luvo been informed by telegraph of the main facts In connection with the recent agency troubles. When Crazy Horse and tho other chiefs of the Sioux at this post were informed that the Great Father desired them to send two hun dred of their young men to fight the Nez Perres under Joseph, he and Touch-tuO' Cloud demurred, and it is asserted by Lieut Clark, who has general chargo of the In dians, and by his interpretor, Frank Gouard that both threatened to go north agaiu and war against the whites. Crazy Horse eaid he had appointed a day and arranged for his departure. His Tillage was situated about five miles north of the agency, on White river, and numbered over one hun dred tipis. Many of his principal men, In eluding Llttlo Big man, Big Road, Jumping Shield, Iron Hawk, and Yellow Bear, had left him to join other bauds, having been excited thereto by jealously, the action of Gen. Cruok and his representatives, and the protestations of Red Cloud, Little Wound American Horse, and Young-Man-Afraid of-his-Uorses, all enlisted Indians and Ogalalla or Kiocie, chiefs. His influence was rapidly waning, and at this juncture,cs pecially, much dissatisfaction prevailed be cause of his persistent refusal to go to Washington. Little Big Man will be remembered as tho instigator of almost a massacre of Senator Allison and bis Commission when treating for the possession of the Black Hills. Touch the Cloud is reported to have expressed himself with similar import and emphasis. He is a Minneconjou, of magnificent phy sique, standing six lect live luetics in ins moccasins, and without an ounce of surplus flesh, weighing 280 pounds. Notwithstand ing bis stature and avoirdupois, he is noth- HENRY S. KEAY, mg if not poetical, "ihe Great father," Rupert, Fa, (aid Touch-the-Uioud, "washed the Diooa irom our race, auu uuw wuuju ueaujem them again I If he bid us put It otit must stay there." The interpreter construed this into highly insolent and mutinous language and both Crazy Horse and Touch' the Cloud Crook, who, although rapidly travelling to Camp Brown, found time to visit this agency en route. While here be endeavored to see Crazy Horse ; but the latter not only refus. ed to come to Camp Robison when sum. moned, but threatened to scalp the Gray Fox (Crook) if he ventured inside of his vil Inge. Touch-the-Cloud had returned to Spotted Tail Agency, where his people are encamped. Of course this ended amicable negotiations. Spies wero at once set to watch the supposed hostiles, numberingsev- eral hundred. There are about C,G0O Indians at this agency, and at Spotted Tail not less than journey to the front of the nose pierced Jo seph. Before ho loft, however, it Is under stood that he gave directions that Crazy Horse, If captured, should bo confined Id the guard bouse at Camp Robinson, until he could be Becretly conveyed to Cheyenne, and thence to the Dry Tortugas ; and, althoigh an arbitrary punishment, It was by no means an excessive one, if tho conduct of Crazy Horse, as an enlisted man In the Uuited States Army, Is considered. Of course everybody was eager to see the doomed chief, and about 7 o'clock P. M. he arrived, accompanied by some of his own people, Lieutenant Lee, and thirty of his agency bloux, Toucu-the-CIoud towered nbove all, and In his haughty bearing re called the pictures of Warwick, the great king maker, which relation indeed, ho is destined to sustain to the future choice of tho Minneconjous, The next in importance to, and possessing greater Influence than even Crazy Horse, It is not unlikely that he will be his immediate successor. Arriving at Spotted Tail, ho had reported that he desired to change his agency, as he was misinterpreted here, and Bed Cloud and others wero jealous of him. He was closely followed by the Indians sent after him by Lieut, Clark, and No Water only declaied his Intention to shoot him. In this emer gency Crazy Horse was protected by his Northern friends, while Black Crow, old Swift Bear (a very eloquent Indian, who was chiefly instrumental In having Spotted Tail declared chief.) Whirlwind, Spider, and Three Bears, chiefly Brulcs, forced him to accompany them to the agency. To al' lay his fears, Lieut. Leo started with only half a dozen Indians, three of whom were adherents of Crazy Horse, but on the road the number of friendly Sioux was purposely augmented, althongb his conductor was ou tirely unconscious of what awaited bim here. At Camp Robinson, Col. Bradley, com manding tho District of tho Black Hills, ordered tho prisoner confined in the post guard house, and Capt. Kenniugton, tho oflicer of tho day, was charged with its e.c cution. The interpreters seemed to antici pate trouble, and noticeably absented them- years of age. His son would soon have been thirty-seven, having beon born on the Chey enne river in the fall.of 1840. His boy, he affectionately said, would never liavo fought the whites, but they hunted him and his vil lage In their own country,and they had to de fend themselves or all would have perished. He had enough buffalo in that country to last several years, and wanted to stay. He fought only the Crows and Snakes and stole their ponies. But he was not let alouo. Every courier that came north to him said, "Como In I come in I" or the Gray Fox will drlvo you after Sitting Bull I" At last he came. Spotted Tall and Red Cloud, tbe greatest chiefs ot the Brules and Ogalallas, had to stand asido and give him the princi pal place in council, and on this account they and their young men became jealous. They were the cause of his poor boy lying there. Ho was killed by too much talk. He had said. The old man appeared so much exhausted by this discourse! and his grief that the Doc tor kindly gave him a drink of whiskey, which bo seemed to relish amazingly. He rose and shook hands all around exclaiming, "How could 1" a significant expression of friendship. After a silence of several mm utes, he resumed : "You gave me to drink and made my heart glad ; butthjnking of my dead son, my heart grows sad again, Give me another whiskey straight ?" At about 3 in tho morning, Crazy Horse's mother, a withered old hag, who was not yet aware of his death, was challenged by the outposts and admitted to the room. Her outbursts of griof, in which she was join ed by her husband, seemed uncontrollable. They tore their gray hair and shrieked so as to alarm tho garrison. Finally they became quletor, and settled in a crooning manner on their knees, bending over and caressing the prostrate and lifeless form,both chanting in an indescribably weird manner, the now famous Sioux death song. The deep guttu. ral of the one blended wildly with the shrill treble of the other, and both were cracked by age. No one who witnessed or heard the old couple in their savage devotion can for get tho sad scene, or their Btrangely impres sive and mournful dirge. Touch-the-Cloud Items. Poetical. TUB UOUD 01' TIIF. BUY. lives. Taking Crazy Horse by the hand several times grunted "Washto I" "Good I1 Capt. Kenningtou led him unresistingly And once, pointing to tho corpse, he said from the Adjuntant's oflico into the guard "That is only the tin (lodge) : the rest has house, folluwed by Little Big Man, now be- gone to the Great Spirit in the happy hunt- come his chief s worst enemy, Tho door of ing grounds I" the prison room was reached in safety, when I At about 7 the body was conveyed by them discovering his fate In tbe barred grating of I In the post ambulance to the nearest village Important to Lawyers. Justices of tho Tcace, Constables, Executors, Ad" nlnlstrators. Guardian. Township officers, and oust mlnlstrators, ouardlan, Township ness men eenerally. We have on hand alarge assortment of legal were reported by telegraph to Gen manks ror tne use or attorneys, jui vi,iuj stable's blanks ot all kinds, Note and Receipt books tor Administrators sc. PRICE LIST. ATTORNEY'S BLANKS. . Precipe for summons. Rule to take Depositions. " choose Arbitrators. 2 cents apiece, or $1.15 per hundred. Petition for Appointment of Guardian. cnatim ntilfl tn take Denosltlons. Narr In Debt with confession, " " Assumpsit. Mechanics Lien. 4 cents each or S3.C0 per hundred. Petition for sale or neat estate u cents eacu. SubncenaB, Summons, Warrants, Executions, SO to ss cents each. Leases Blue Deeds Parchment Deeds ... Agreements ....... Orphan's Court Salcs....w Constable's sales.... Mortgage and nonu - A 11 VlnHa nf KntPH KecelDts. Notts. School Orders, Poor Orders, Store Orders, neatly bound, constantly on hand, or maae to oraer on snort notice. we are prepared to no neater jouworituiiuittuj 6 cents each 10 15 s so for fl M 8 cents each I is 1 the high windows, the liberty-loving savage suddenly planted bis hands against the up right casing,and with great force thrust him self back among the guards, whose gleaming bayonets instantly turned against him. With great dexterity ho drew a concealed knife from the folds of bis blanket, and snatched another from tbe belt of Little Big Man, turning with them upon Capt. ken- nington, who drew his sword and would have run bim through but for another Indi an who interposed. Many of them were dis mounted and were crowding around the guard-house dooi, some protesting vehe mently agasnst his confinement, while oth ers cooly insisted upon non-interference. Crazy horse had advanced recklessly through tho presented steel, tho soldiers fearing to fire, and gaining the entrance he made a leap lo gain the open air. But he was grappled by Little Big Man. This In dian as his name implies,is remarkable both for his stature and his strength ; his double The handsome new structure designed for I the uso of the Maryland State House of Correction has been completed. Tho build ing cost about $200,000. A prominent citizen of Moore county, N. 0,, whom tho Southern press "desire to hold up as an example not only to his own race but to tho whites also," is Adam Tyson, a former slave. He is a wheelwright, is esti mated to be worth $6,000, has no debts, but plenty of credit, be also owns quite a large and well cultivated unencumbered farm, bought by himself since tbe the war, and of courso which he works profitably, Adam always votes the Democratic ticket hence bis popularity. Richard A. Proctor prophecies the break ing up of the brilliant dipper constellation. Five of tho stars form one family and t ravel together; but the other two have distinct motions of their own, and are slowly drift ing out of their relative positions. In Eng land the constellation Is not known by its familiar name here, and an eminent Ameri can had great difficulty in making some En glish friends understand what a "dipper" was. Death in the Channel. Collision of Vessels. Ninety Six Lives Lost. The British ship Avalanche.Captaln Wil liams, from London, September 4th, for New Zealand, came in collision with the ritish ship Forest, Captain Lockhart, from London for New York.off Portland,Wednes day night last week, and both vessels foun dered. The Forest struck the Avalanche between the main and mizzen mast, nearly cutting her in two. The latter sank Immediately The Forest, though utterly wrecked, kept afloat an hour or two, Three boats were launched from her, only one of which has yet been saved. It contained Captain Lock- hart, of the Forest, the chief mate and seven! And he Jeers and he teases and does as he pleases t others, and the third officer and two seamen of the Avalanche. One boat has washed ashore and also sev eral bodies. The other boat, it is feared, is lost. The Avalanche had sixty-three passen gers ; twenty-six saloon, seventeen Becona class and twenty third class, mostly colo nists. The Forest was in ballast, and had a BT MART K. C. WTITU. Ob, what Is the good ot a wide-awake boy, Who whoops and hallooes A s he ties on his shoes, And who dances a Jig While he's combing his wig And washing his face with a very poor grace Who whips on his Jacket And makes all the racket He possibly can? Now, tell me, I pray, what's the good of this boy f "Well, a wide-awake boy makes a wlde-awaM man." Oh, what Is the good ot a hungry boy, Who clamors for food As no Juvenile should, And, as sure as I Uvc, Eats all that you give : Be it fowl, flesh or Osh he empties the dish, While for soft ginger-bread he Oh, always Is ready J Pray, what will he make t What sort of a man will grow out ot this boy T "Why, a very safe man, dear, to put down a tmka.' Ob, what la the good ot a rollicking boy, Who gets into "snaps" And all sorts of baps; Who nothing so loathes " As a new suit ot clothes, Because the first day they so hinder his play ; For the second no matter, Hell have them a-tatter Before set of sun; Have you something to say tor tho good ot this boyt "Yes, for enterprise bold be will surely count one." Oh, what Is tho good ot a careless boy. Who wont wipe his feot And cant learn to be neat, Who treads on the cat And sits down on his hat ; Yet he's spunky and plucky, this happy-go-lucky. And cores not a rattle, But sides In each battlo ith him that Is down? Now, what Is the good ot this bold, reckless boy "In a popular vote, dear, he'll carry the town." Oh, what Is the good of a horrid boy, Who wont say his prayers. And mocks at your cares ; Who hears all the news, Your advice does retuso, and I learn that great excitement prevailed crew of twenty-oue, especially among the young bucks. They I Ninety six persons were drowned. propose to bury the dead chief with much ceremony at Spotted Tail, and many of his The Late William Cameron. Wil- people are leaving for that agency. All day Ham Cameron, who died at his residence in the squaws have been mourning for miles Lewisburg last week at the advanced age of around, and to-night a number of dances are 81 years, was the eldest brother of Hon, in progress. Simon Cameron. He bad been a resident It is impossible to predict what effect the of Lewisburg for many years, had acquired death of this distinguished chief and re- great wealth, and was distinguished for his nowned warrior may produce upon the na- kindness and liberality to the poor. His tion. Last night there were several ialse death was caused by cancer in the face, with alarms at Camp Robinson, and the troops which he had been afflicted for several years, aro kept constantly under arms and on the I The funeral took place Thursday morning alert. Dom 1'edro. other omce lu this county, CG. BABKLE i, Attorney-at-Law. Office , In Brower's building, snd story, Rooms 4 4 6. DR. WM. M. REBEIt, Surgeon and I'hysi clan. Office u. E. corner Rock and Marke -V T T'l T , XTd If Tl U an,l Phval I It. JLi V iU. U.. OUtgwu 'ui I . clan, (Office and Residence on Third street, corner jeuerson. "yiLLIAM Y. KESTER, iVIJBitUirlAiN'X' TAIIjUIV corner nf Main and West f trects, three doors below Manoi j. K. Bier's store, isioornEDurg, ru. AU orders nromptly attended to and satisfaction guaranieeu. Apruxf, ',,-u F T II. McKEI.VY. M. D.. Sunreon and Phy- .1 . slclan. north side Main street, below Market. astna. Ins Co., of Hartford, Connecticut, T B. KOBISON. Attorney-at-Law. uuice Liverpool, London ana uiooo... O In Harunan'a building, Main street. Royal of Liverpool.... Kire Association, VhUadelphla, ROSENSTOCK, Photographer, , Clark & Wolfs Store, Main street. REA8 BROWN'S INSURANCE AGEN CY, Exchange Hotel, uioomsourg, ra. Canltal. .. ,500,WIO , 20,I'0,1 , 13 00,000 . 10,009, 00 3,100,000 7,000. Of the former, perhaps 2,000 are joints would secure him distinction, as well bucks. Here there were only four compa- as a cempetence. In the arena. Crazy Horse, nies of the Third Cavalry and three of the though powerful, was held in a vise, until, Fourteenth Infantry of whom it is said, freeing his right hand, he was observed to however, "Russia basher Cossacks ; Tur key, the Bashi-Bazouks ; and the United States the "bloody Fourteeners 1" At Spot- fun force of the blow by a backward move' ted Tail, one company of the Third Cavalry ment, reversed the hands which contained and one of the Fourteenth Infantry occupied the dangerous weapon, and once moregrasp' -j T "1 ueiguuunug puoi ui vhuijj uunuiau, "ling urazy tiorse as ne mauo aseconuieap 1UC OUdblUO muiai Y. was desirable to have more trops, and for his freedom, the point accidentally pier moice books no longer for tho few only. Thebest and G. companlraof the Ihlrd Cavalry were Ced tho ouiverine eroin of the chief, who BoouVanyidmm Fott Laramie, and a part of Lank in a doubled up posture upon the and unabridged) for 10 ana so cenw. P an(j aii of D company (en route to the ground outside the door. n. ivUm iianrv wiVin nnnnin nn.vuc - i " j.jon5i iuurVx,oiT. byjiisBMuiock. soo Black Hills) of the same regiment, Jrom J" a woAil AB.?haVies Tiffiei new nSvel c Camp at Hat Creek. Tbe troops thus con- fifty had gathered near-was observed to load ,'th, linr iNDic's. Juice Verne's latest IOC -nll,1atA,l AnAro P,mn 'Rnlilnann nt. tnlfl. I I- t.ta nnl,tn . nnA !, ,tlDn, t,t The emperor of Brazil is tho only heredi tary ruler in South America. The anomaly of his situation is sufficiently obvious, and tho prospects of his heir are shadowy in the extreme. The republican system is popular with the unprincipled and ambitious men who usually occupy themselves with the af fairs of government in the newly settled countries on the verge of the civilized world. at 10 o'clock, and was very largely attended. Mr. Cameron was the father-in-law of Dr. F. 0. Harrison, formerly of Bloomsburg. Tbe Philadelphia Democratic City and County Comventions met on the I3th, and made tbe following nominations : Judges of the Common Pleas, James R. Ludlow, D. Newlin Fell ; District Attorney, Henry S. Hagert ; City Controller, Robert E, Patter son; uoroner, win, Kent uimert, ai, v. The State Prohibition Convention met on There was a small thrust a long keen blade into the muscular The possibility of his own election to the the i3th in Harrisburg, arm of his antagonist, who, avoiding the Pudency of his state is present to the mind attendance. A. A. Bark BROCKWAY t ELWELL, Editors and iToprlctors uuintuuBiunt I Bloomsburg, ra Barker was chosen chair- ot many a competitor lor power ; tna all man aml r, Newton Pelrce secretary. Pro- are ready to combine against the hereditary Uibition resolutions wero adopted, and the principle whicn shuts the door impartially following ticket was nominated: Judge of against all aspirants. tue EuDreme Court. A. H. Winton. of Lu' A ue empire oi urazii is nciu togemer But Instantly every Indian present md about Ir irt, axawiuiiuii. . Atlas of Hartford. ilittMi::::ZZ::. wwfc" WggtfVSg&3 l& were eTen "Pes of cavalry, partly in- suddenly leaped from his pony.and with bow DanvlUe Mutual W,ouo 13. A PJwer '","iu'"S ? L.i.. ml,prir,o ofumt SOO men. anil I : .j t. rePUDUI T. adau BIDS, by oeorge Elliott, laoupie no.) vk night and on ine morning oi me na i ensued was broken onlv by the dart ueure n Unwn I.VUOrV 1IIIV 1UC I" ...... ...I '- " a!oLn vibdixton'sMoVxy, by MaryCecp Hayioc n n-r, n'nwu iw Whitb. hv Wllkle CCUlnS ZOC 11. THE HILL ON TDB fLUN, uj utuitc w mi. vv Inst., at about 9 o'clock, they proceeded to surround Crazy Horse and village. There writhing in agony on tho gravelled tartb, loosely by the existing constitution. It is rather a federation of separate, states under nn emperor than a compact and homogene ous empire. If the empire were to be trans formed hereafter Into a republic it would be split'lnto several independent states. Ba- hia, Pernambuco, Rio Grande do Sul and Rio de Janeiro would each become the seat zerne county; Stato Treasurer, Samuel Cor- nett, of Chester ; Auditor General, A. A. Barker, of Cambria. An Executivo State Committee was appointed, as follows; Jas. Bltck, of Lancaster, chairman ; I. Newton Pelrce, of Philadelphia, Secretary ; A Mc Allister, of Blair, Treasurer; Dr. G. E. Po leu and Dr, Win. Hargreaves, of Philadel phia ; G. Howard Leeds, of Chester county; MISCELLANEOUS. Home, New York.. Commercial Union TAVID LOWENBERO, Merchant Tailor U Maui St., above Central Hotel. T S. KUIIN, dealer ii. Meat, Tallow, etc., j centre street, Detween oecona tuiu i nuu. HEN YOU WANT A FIRST-CLASS SUAVE or an thing la tho TONSOKIAL LINE March M,j;-y 5.S0O.O0O , 11,000,000 1178,158,000 KU IU JAMES KEILLVS llAltMU SHOP, THE BEST IN TOWN, Under Exchange Hotel, Bloomsburg, Fa. The Oolnmbian Law Docket. A comnlete record for the use of attorneys. Con- voTiisntiv arrantred for the docketing ot all cases rnntjitnintr M cares, with doable Index. This Is tho most complete book for lawyers that Is pub. llshed. PBICE, $3-60- , Tn nnn HrrHkT. bv Vtllkle Collins lo' ItoMOLA. by Oeorge Elliott, (double no. nr in. In one book by J ules V me 10c it iiinnitN I'miiB. by Mary Cecil Hay ,a n.u.iu.'u uihiyirt. iv Amelia D. Edwards l! A TxrribliTikftatioh, by chorleiClleade ioc complete, numbering about 800 men, and and arrow in one hand, and a cocked revol- . ..i . r . ' until an old Indian, Crazy Horse's father, -i-b-;,u uc u. nUHl Carter, ot Luzerne county, f3 ...j.-w... -- . " " J " can rather than a monarchlal form I wonder it aught he Performs Is not naughty t One thing be wont lie. Now, what Is the good ot this terrible boy ? "Why, to speak the truth, dear n great virtue, SAT I." fio, then, there's some good In all sorts ot a boy. The Jolly and sad, The sorry and bad, The best and the worst, Tho last and the first, Yoall have somewhat to say in his favor alway t "Why, yes, since you leave it, I surely believe it Is best to Judge so. For though you may Question the good ot a boy, How should folks fare without him I'd just Ilxa to know " Chrittian Union. Tbe arrival of a full-rigged sea-golnj sloop has put the people of Harrisburg Into a fever of excitement, and tbe local paper are discussing the prospects of the Capital M a "sea port." " A flaw has been discovered in the big ran at South Boston, and it is now thonght the Government will condemn the ordnance, li is a blow hole in the barrel about a foot from the muzzle, and was caused by an air bubble, which was imprisoned in the moot- ton iron. A nine composed of cripples chiefly one) legged men is being organized in Patterson, N. J., to play a grand base ball match at Newark with a similar nine of that city, for the benefit of the Soldiers' Home. The game will be played October 1st. A Scranton business bouse, which ni asked by a miner's committee to contribute to the relief fund, very generously offered y assign to tbe fund $10,000 in aocounte due them by miners, which accounts they have been for years unable to cellecL The subscription was declined with thanks. The Pope reads the newspapers carefully, and is not altogether pleased with the con tinued prophecies that ho will die soon. "They wish me dead before my time cornea" he said the other day. commanded by Major J. W. Mason, Third v(,r in the other, advanced upon Capt. Ken- 1 1 . . TT , . l l 1 yx uavairy., nington. no was instantly nurica upon nis "00 Tli a reinforcements Were aCCOmnanlCa UY horl- anil 'H!,.rmo.l Vitr tl.n friariHIv Slnnr ioc I . . . -j . . soc nearly SOO enlisted bioux under lied wioua, Reassured by this, the officers and guard ap- Little Wound, Young-Man-Alrald-ol-nu- Droaehed Crazv Horse to convev him to the Horses, Little Big Man.and Jumping Shield guard r00m, this timo for medical attend and about 100 Arapahoes of Friday's band ance . j,t again they were arrested by the led by Black Coal and Sharp Nose. A dick 0f cocking carbines. What could they twelve-pounder brass Napoleon with the do? No Interpreter was present, and they limber cheBtfuls of grape-shot and canisters, jjj not D0W friend from foe. In this emer- motioned to soi oi Ccmositt Huor, by Charles Dickens SI. rOCL l LAV, vy t-uurjirB ivcwud 3. Tns frormsn Leoacv, by Mary C'ecU Hay soc S4!"lTisNxvxBTooLArs to mikd," by Charles soc ss. Laot ADiLAiiik'fl Oath, by Mrs. II. Wood. loo ss. ackora Flovd. by Mies M. E. Braddon. soc SI. Victor and vanquisiieo, by M. c. Hay. loo 11 1 n.mn,,. ii. Iit William lllack. 10c v. Noka-s love test, oy aianr tccu jibj. aii. put iocbself in ms Place, by C. Iteade. of government would be adopted are not far to seek. "Those who speculate on 'change" says liurke, "always make a great number among people of rank and fortune, as well as among the low and indigent." How true is this remark in reference to the affairs of the old world, and how inevitable is such a condition of men's minds in a new and un settled community. The personal influences of the present ru- Sitting Bull. HE IS BKPORTED TO HAVE BEEH 1T.0U BRITISH SOIL. A letter from Wolf Rapids reports that Lieut. Blards, of the Fifth infantry, states Sitting Bull and tribe bad a dance,after con sultation with Major Welch, of tbe British CATAWISSA. si. Felix holt, ins kaoical, by Oeorge Elliott, soo and which evidently Inspired both allies and I Kency the Indians themselves V"TZZlZZ:tj:r -Jth.wol..rr. completed tUaopen Adjutant's office they sent postage PI-'c"SArN if. 'publisher. Editors and Proprietors of the COLUMBIAN, r. a boemjt. si, S3 and a, Vandewater st, N. Y. Published by Brockway & Elwell ler is the chief security for the maintenance Police. After the dance Bill Culverson, a of the imperial style and the monarchlal government Ecout, got Into a dispute with form of government of Brazil. The emper- Sitting Bull, when the latter attempted to Tbe following order from Gen. Israel Put nam has recently been discovered among diiiven the archives in tne rennsyivanta biate uap Itol. It is written on a scrap of paper, evi dently the fly leaf of a blank book, and U penued in a legible, bold round band, and reads as follows ; "you are to send 1000 rations to tho barroks for the yous of the hasbons. Israel Putnam to Mr, Franks. December 80, 1776." John Brougham keeps a parrot which, IB WM. II. ABBOTT, Attorney-at-Law, Main street. -M. L. EYEBLY, ATTOUNEY-AT-LAW, Catawlssa, ra. Collections promptly made and remitted. Office I onposite Catan l&sa Deposit Bank. im-ss wanted? $50 to $200 Per Month A New, cuAa Ann Concise alJniversal History Commencing with the earliest periods, closing -"ii. leii, a voiumf-B or tne ona great, ttrtuu History in one. ancient, Midulk aou, and Mon JUN. Including hlhtory of Centennial Exhibition, Inauguration of riesldent Hayes and Turkish diffi culties. A book ot thrilling Interest and universal need Pells fatter than any other. Beautiful lUus tratlons, low prices, quick tales, extra terms, circu lars tree. Address J. c. MccuilDY CO., Phlladel. Shut, ra.; Cincinnati, O.: Chicago, 111.; St. Louis, 'o. June , 1T-1JW Babcock & Wyeth's Ads m Is taken Internally, and ro&IUvcly Cures ltheumo tlsm, Uout, Neuralgia and Lumbago. Iir-uold by Wholesale and Iteuul Druggists everywhere, fiend for circular to. HELPUEK8T1NE 4 BKNTLEY. Oct .lr.U11W Wa.hington.'D. ago. u eaub. ivo. i. nruin. cuas. . eswaecs. WM. R. HAQENBUCH, with Huub, Fryinler 4t Edward, (Successors to liencdlct Poreey t Boat, m Market Importers and dealers In CHINA, QLATS AND QUEENSWAB.E, . . tit Market Street, Philadelphia, Constantly on hand Original and Assorted package June 8, Ti-iy BLOOM8BUKG, FA. J$ H. MAIZE'S MAMMOTH GROCERY contains the largest stock of TEAS, GROCEBIE3 Queensware, Glassware, Wooto are, Canned Trait Dried IVulta, CONFECTIONERIES, &c to be found U Columbia county. A Complete Amorluieut always on hand, Coll and examine, Jan l.ien. alogue with Chromo of Moonlight on the Whine, or Art street Boston. Engravings ana June s, June rcjnimw.-i pj,uvn.,w. j " , had just quit this martial array. as a compromise between their contending I r ... .... . ... , ' ... ' I ,,. .,' ,,. .:, wi-i. .t..i when anvhodv unnnHn, lntk.t..li. .-!! V "I.... . t. I -,.,!,, ,! I( IM. r,rmlt. """ ""B "3 " IU J" v ----- -I- , -4 aillllUK niicio rai r'"v"l "'"' """ ,w '"VJ r'""- r. ! ,1-J I,V. il.! n gnH n Ih ,n Mr no g II Hull 1.1 mirixHnir anllnrt that thorn nilirht n h. nu tie village, it was cautiously approached, ted to carry the prostrate chief. Borne of ,, maulfe9U d . . . told him be coulJ .... ,. an d ... , foments. Explains Mr. Brougham t aud gave Bitting Bull and -that suggests that I have not offered you leave tbe country, saying I Bome clan t. I neverdrlnt anything etrou- them there afterwards he would I gor myself and tbe bird knows the sound." Thta una nknnl ttia Iflln rvf A... I WViP,, inn flarct uaa hn.ni.lil nllh.,n. III. ...11 l.l II , I n IT D. .1 , ..v..,.,.,,o wunuiiuiuiuiiiiuig O - - " "u- I " w.uu&M ". uii trail tue-uiuuu, uuu viiu, uuut, at., mo u .. , . . , , ,1 k!lni T1..1I lf, tvio,!. T I .1 t c .1. u .u 11 . i.a nio nuu uvel vu W1U imperial muse. ,ve b-"", u.wui uuu igi.uu lug iiu, X I uinniuj ui lunwik lUDUUIIflKBIU lUMttlaM4 know tho good effect in England of Royal 18 believed that Bitting Bull left for the Mis- with fidelity the Bounds that are familiar to visits to the citv anil thn nrnvlndnl liran. SOUrl river, below Mussellahell river, and ordinary aocietv men In connection wilt .1.1. t i .. ii i i.... ... i i 1 I . - . ..... ' I - llliei imillllj railllUllUIi UUl miCU J monlfoatol nn. f m H, V t .t I 1 ,1 Pllt PH B n t HiarrU ll oal-O.l ihof rnlnrnrna- 1 .A,lr,imivfl . wafa Inatantlv rlARnatr-hnrl. with inRtrtirlinna i 1.1. l.a.l tw. .vnml 1 .l .1., 1 1 ... ' I . . . . I nv.u ., j - .uiiiiiitoi iuuiitii. ..i m ,i.L, f ...... .f , , ments be sent trnm filninr I.nriltn Thmn to bring him dead or alive. Two hundred Dr. Macgillycuddy, the assistant post-sur- nrovemet. comnanies of the Seventh Cavalrv bav l.-n WT7. WTT1 .." 'SSffatSSS!S a . ,..i .r "n r . r . ,V "T .I;' " oT frequently opens new educational estab- on English soil, cVrot5os.liWnchofl wlorl "'-" " J" " HshmenU ami training colleges In person, tribe five days to 'I hev are mounwain sx in niacit r-Dsmei auugum i age naa vanisnea, a lew ecattereu iuuko i urauiey reiuai-u iu kibih nuu miu iud w . ., , ... I ir i.a nnnu. rntt ovlu owning and outsell anjthuig now before ' , ., , , , ,, , ,, , , By these manifestations of solicitudo for their if ne caught rhnfi'uhitc. Otorampiesfor!aeenu,o?8iisampi68 poles and bundles showed that his depart- ception of a guard of enlisted Indians, Touch- ',.... ,,.,.,.,,.. ..I i,an v,imB . - In Mtito unri to rniji for orand illustrated cat-1 i 1 i l-a i t..i vo centa for two l "ndscapw anrt ttJJJL Med north principally, in ihe direction of dUpersed PJrrr.e'V" liaariniiartArfl fftt riiromfw I anAtn,l Tnll and tYitlhor Amnr rnn Mnri I TT.. ill ...... ( t.-.l A.H.A.t .! A Jj UKT U JN JiJ. with one party, and No Water with another y at t Great chance to make money, ir you - , , ,, Z ii,ij..ji ' f""' provement. companies ot tuo Seventh Uavalry have been .. . GOLD.backa.eeSlaneeSuCprr8Snt Ril off,re ,for. '"1 1'H geon, pronounced it fatal. Touch-tb fa d eent to Major Br.'abin, and six rimpanlea of , Tf?ubl? from ttnV fa "P0 when, to take subwrlpUonB to the largest, cheapest Meanwhile, several Incidents occurred pe- the old father of tbe dying chief, and several , " luo UJ ou visu ino Te"I0US I th iravo cone to MnaaelUliell river lumbia Lancaster, Duncannon and other u"t "r,;''..'; "rv" 0 ... dafs. All wnoengsge moke money fast, youcan lage at any moment, a coyote was discover- neVer rallled.and only once spoke indistinct' g time!0 roiy l not be .VayTXmrhome ti lg a'"g the bank of the river, and ly about bayonets, which, unfortunately.cre. night. Youcan uo it as wen jaomrre. ruiiparuo- s drjien or fifteen shots were Instantly tired ated the irA-,itia and terms tree. Xlerant and ex. iieni us your address at once. It costs nothing to at him. tantly fired ated the Impression in the minds of tho two Tbey were heard at the agency.and Indians present that he had been stabbed tohT Tr ,T r T l- Commission appointed to select near Lancaster, a gang of nearly onehun- ! orS. auMTTir alteforaNewIusaneA,7umfor the E. dred tramps raided on a farmer-, premloe.. ship of the Church of Itome. The course . n,... P . PniimB ,! rf.i. w.t, v,t. .m -v.- which the emperor would take was a subject JTr nrMZ: . ii i i ... - .. i n ii ppiii v inrorAaiinrf anorn I nt vrtu it naa i - - 1 r- . - ui thTbusiness. No.one whoengagea raits to make It was supposea tne ban naa openeam earn- itu a bayonet. Dr. Macgillycuddy showed "" f; " , Vu, 1 1 i Patterson presiding, and remained In session wete dllven ofr. al"l ve of them.woundecL arfflmPUSW. (, Later, the Arapahoes started a gray fox tbem tIie cross section of a bayonet by J several hour,. ,n8e I A farmer, named rowers.was fatally wound- '"'"""S " 'UUB" " V"V" uuu ,. in ii,. n.l ,iim nf n,i.,.tn The Coram ss on had !about 1B0 nroner. also that of the knlfe.endeavorlng to explain ' , . m . ' . ties offered them, and balloted 20 time h. tore a selection was made. At last tbe -Hit ner property, situated In Montgomery coun lAPEK BAGS FOR BALB npifrirvBiAN crFKF. AOKNTS WANTED. Ten and Psncllbketchea ot the rradr. tto rages, M lUuslrat ons is. for outnt anu tcrrituij, the diuerent wounds tbe two would cause. but I fear with little success. The latter had originally been a butcher's knife, and YyAINWKIQUT CO., WHOLESALE 0KOCKR8, N, B. Corner Bocend and Arch Btreet, FlULASILrBlA, Dealers in TfiAB. BYItUFS, COFFBB, BCQAR, MOLABSBB aici, incxs, bicau soda, to., M. aarorders U1 roooire prtuapt aOeaUon, from tbe brush, and the entire .one hundred followed, chasing him Into and through an adjoining village. These childish impulses are irresistible to the otherwise grave and dignified warriors of the plains. The latter tribe converse almost exclusively by signs, ., A ., .,, . ,.i .i , . RIOTMiK P slender and pointed blade that appeared to fninmimium nnd TTada Union, n v Lhfl doi I n i i ... T. i .u .L.i ni I uwr uuiuur nun. . ", T"7- 7T 1 7 , in i j this dooKi trf'iciiiJic iuu "'K" nu. ma icu i yfQ Ar&pftiioes cad tnnKu lUfmBeivea uuuer CMI. ' mZT a in,,., t -o t Inna a L.nrl nn Arts I otxnil In iha I O fl- ullArA Hi Air nftaMirOl UFA V. HUUl.lUUiaLH, . ,,..,n,- At about 2 A. M. yesterday, a courier was received from 'Lieut. iaeiy snaken should ne lend his sup port to the papal edict of exclusion, direct ed against a body of men who are strongly imbued with liberal, pot to say republican ideas. T. Brattythe nineteenth Century, ed. Milton Oramm, a prominent citizen of Duncannon, was recently robbed and murdered by two tramps, as lie left a train at Maryvllle. A freight train was recently 1-- 1 1... w . . . SOS Uroadway, N, Y. aug.si, -ii-iw correspond exactly with the wound. This was so small as to be scarcely noticeable. lie bled internally. The J. W sellor ty, about two miles above Norrlstown, WM ked between Malyern and Frailer1, by eApost,e8ofthe?IormonChurch,withoefeauK r, ,. . , ,. 1 . ., . Perk nmnn I!al!rnn l. tn fl,..!., ..!.. klliea. 1 Rait T.nl- rltv nnnnHn il,.f Terklomen Kailroads, la Cheater county, nn il, -in, Inatant ihAr imni.ln.mui. Tue Either property embraces about 200 As death approached, the old man related LUcted Joun TRT,Qr Benor A,oatje anJ acres, and was accepted at $220 per acre, bis son's deeds of prowess and of war. lie ac.lug xreldeDt of the Twelve, as l'resldent U is """''guo118 " Stony Creek railroad SANFORD'S JAMAICA GINGER true JainalCA (llnnrer with etole Armoruatl sand French brandy, is a Qllclou8.BtreD eninjf euDBuiuieior bji kiqi Lee, Acting Indian Was his last and only living child. He had to succeed Drlgbant Young. They also de- ino onij iximmnation oi tna i . . r .....n..,. . . ISA r: "aT'.:.u 1 ,.l "y. 1"r imn and renownM. Med tLat . auorum of th; Twe, - Anml. as soon as sua . I vmv i ?v w ,mv I r Ad IV Jit ih or n 1 1 ono aIi 1 Iil ran alilnrali 1. . . . . I 'I nn I a ofnnv. uereH Depepsia, oppreiiaioQ I former down on that day. uen, urooK naa leu uamp after eatlnir. ol Indigestion, comcu aU dUr turbtnoea ot tho Htomach ana nes. Neither had any children, although Cuurci, . Rnd, for the facilitation of business A Chicago lady, whose colored coachman ta - m.flntta -..nl ... n. fl.t, 1.1.1 t. and wlllb, transferred to the Commission "'Z r aa the Qovernor and Board of State maD WM a perfect en,gm,,.. and aU htndl Sconfltm the purchase. .,. . iim. A..Jr' i- " .JI LZ r.6R!S0t 'uPerinten.d lady', youthful .on W out with th. . ChUXFevers and UaUrU. Aak lor ouwrai uuujer, Oet,M "surround," In order to connect with the .tage line at Fott Laramie, and continue hi Robinson verv Mre bad long possessed two squaws, ordered that President Taylor be assisted by the building of the Asylum, and have al- clamat on : "Why, of courae he's a nig, attemnJd JT' VenM, M John W. Young, Daniel U. WelU and Geo. lnTltTf, competitive plan, for the ju.tBeebow black he U-ChteSo jI the attempted breed, at the agency, to elope with him, q. Cannon. structure. It is not expected, however, that fc,v"cWf His family and cam. would become extinct with his own death, and h was ilxty-slx Subscribe for Tua Oolukbuh, work will be commenced on it before the coming year, ing Chronicle, iSuUcrlU for Tub CoLvudiam.