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THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBUBGt, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
Friday, Jnno7. 1878.
ANDltEW H. im,L,
OP UNION COUNTY.
pu snrnnMK coukt,
JIHNUY I'. It03d,
OP MO.N'TGOUF.P.Y COUNTY.
POIl LIEUTE' VN r rnVEtlNOIt,
JOHN FEItl'lO, -
OP CHAWroIlD COUNTY.
FOIl SECItBTMlY OP INTERN AFFAIltS,
.1. SIMPSON AKIUUA,
O? UUNrlNODON COUNTY.
TUB 1-II1ST (iUX.
Tbo Oregon election toolc plane on Mon
day las', ami as we go to press wo learn that
the DemocMta electeu llio Congressman ati'l
the legislature, thus m iking another gain
of n Senator.
THE OAS COXTMCT.
15 reference to the proceedings of the
Town Council it will bo seen that it Is pro
posed to attempt to rescind the contract for
lighting the streets with gas unless the Gas
Company will make swli a change In the
t'onlract as the majority of the Council tie-
maml. The ground on which this is pro
posed to lie dono is that certain members of
tho Council who voted for the contract were
stocHiolders in tho G.ts Company.
Section CG of the Act of 1800 reads as fol
It shall not ba lawful for any councilman,
mirgms, trustee, manaiter or director ot any
corporation, municipality r public institu
tion, to bo, at the satno time, n treasurer,
oecretarr or other ofliccr. subordinate to the
president and directors, who shall receive a
nalary therefrom, or be tho surety of such
officer, nor shall any member of any corpor
ation or public institution, or any officer or
ncent thereof, be In anywise interested in
any contract for the sale or furnishing of
any supplies, or materials to be lurnisiied to,
or for the use of any corporation, municipal
ity or public institution of which he shall be
hu ageut, nor directly or indirectly interested
therein, nor receive any reward or Gratuity
trom any person interested lu such contract
or sale ; etc.
To answer tho suggestion of the illegality
of the contract it seems necessary only to
quote from the Act of April 3rd, 1851,defm
ing the powers of boroughs, which is a part
of our town law, as fellows : "To establish a
nightly watch, to light the ttreett, to provide
a supply of water for the use of the iuliabi
tants," Ac. If the contract is illegal it
ought to be rescinded, but as the law stands
we can see no results to arise from the at
tempt except useless litigation aud a Dill of
costs which the Town will have to pay.
TUB LEADINQ 1IUM01UST UK TUB ACE.
The sagacious Timet early discovered that
the new editor of the IVeet had become the
leading humorist of our country, out-rival
ing Eli Perkins, Mark Twain or Petroleum
V. Nasby. One of the latest aud best hits is
the following :
"The Democrats are determined to carry
the next Iloue of Representatives at all
hazards. Havine redistricted Ohio so as to
provide a gain ot seven members, they are
UUVT IU1U1U Ui JXUlHiriCUUg iUISSlSSippi, 1U
order to give themselves every district in the
State, 'lheir purpose is to crush out the Re
publican vote wherever they can. What
would they say if the Republicans were to
follow their example in the States where
they have the power in their hands T The
desperate eagerness of the Democrats to get
a majority in the next House is explained
by lu necessity for the consummation of the
revolutionary plot they have in prospect.
The recent exposition of the plans con
ceived by Hayes, Sherman, Mathews and
other' "visiting statesmen," to Bteal the Pres
idency by perjury, fraud, and forgery, which
plans were executed by unwilling but bribed
tools in the'sovereign States of South Caro
lina, Florida, and Louisiana, should forever
shut tho mouth of an honest Republican,
and if investigation of high crimes and their
proper punishment is to be defeated by the
cry of "revolution," the same plea should
be effective with the lower grade of criminals
as well as those who hold high offices of
trust and profit.
But the pith of the Drett't humor is its
denunciation of alleged gerrymandering in
Ohio and Mississippi. Why does not the
li-ett denounce the fearful gerrymander of
thePennsylvania legislative and congression
al districts, made by a Cameron Legislature?
Where was the fairness of the apportion
ment bill of 3873, which, on the average
required -15,374 Democrats to elect a Con
gressman, but only required 17.CC9 Republi
cans to accomplish the same result 1 Or
why were Democratic counties unnaturally
massed so that in one District it took 97,000
population to elect a Senator.and in another
31,000. Every one knows that contiguity of
territory and common interests were disre
garded. Counties were divided, and even
wards from Scrauton in the Eleventh
District were cut off aud attached
to a division running from the forks of the
Swquehanna to the Delaware, from the
centre of Ihe State to the New York line.
And what equity was there in so districting
tho evenly divided City of Philadelphia so
that tho Democrats get only one out of four
Congressmen, and but three out of thirty
eight members of the lower House at liar
risburg ? When the Republicans satisfacto-
rily answer these questions we will consider
the enormity of Democratic Legislatures
elsewhere In undoing th6 wrongs of past Re
The Orcenbackers of Michigan have got
Into a regular snarl and have split into lac
tions. We learn from the Saginaw Cuurier
that one R. 1". llojt has declared in favor of
the Brick Pomeroy branch of the organiza
tlon, aud has called a convention at Grand
Rapids, to meet on the Cth day of June, and
one hour In advance of the convention called
by MosesW, Field, Hoytsaysbeis author
Ued to represent the Greenback clubs of
Michigan. There is also a row and a split
in Missouri, and one in New York, whero
two conventions have been called. Tho
party is too discordant to hold together, con
sequently It is splitting up into fragments
The work of (..(integration commenced at
riiiladelphia and it seems destined to run
all around tho circle. The fact is there are
too many men wanting office in this new
party, and the result is they become tuepici
ous and jealous of each other, and the
factious separate under their respective lead
ers and proceed to denounce euch other as
not being Simon pure. Result gradual dis'
fcolutlon, Gazette it Bulletin.
lllatias Pistorias is to hang. The Supremo
court Las affirmed tho rulings of thocouit
For tho ccond time within n recent period
efforts havo been made to tako tho life of
N llliniu, Emperor of Gennany. The Inst
attempt is described in the following cablo
llr.nl.IN. Juno 2. Whilo tlin F.mnnrnr
was Ink in u n drive at 2 30 thUnfiernnnn. snrnn
shots, apparently proceeding from a hnuw in
ineavenuo imtcr den Jiinden, Wero lued at
him. Tho Emperor was wounded in one arm
nml on tho cheek hv liuckslmt nnd infill alint
Tho would-bo nsnsin h n Dr. N'obilini, no-.
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i."rjiuf( (iiitiiiiui-iiiB jit nu. is umcr ucn jjiii
den. When his door vns fuiccil open ho fir
ed tipon nnd wounded the liotcl'keeper and
tried to commit suicide, but was secured. Tin
I'.tupornr personal attendant jumped into
thocarringo and supported the Emperor until
the carriagi) readied tho palace. Tho Km-
Oernr Was nnnvpvml til lw'il nml cnvnr.il irrnln
nf dint extracted, causing great loss of blood.
Tho Emperor suffered great pain, but never
lost consciousness ur to llio last moment. At
7i o'clock this evening no serious apprehen
sions were felt as th his condition.
IlF.liI IN, Juiiti 2. Tho following is taken
from official accounts and bulletins published
in regard to tho attempted assassination of
tlio ftinpcrnr :
Nobiling fired twico with a double barrelled
gun. Tho Muipeior received about thirty
small sh'it in tho I'ico, both arms nnd back,
but by nbnut six o'clock this cveuiin; his gen
eral condition had already improved iu a sat
isfactory innuiicr. An iiuuiuiiso crowd from
nil parts of tho city thronged into tho Avcnuo
Unter dor Linden on the news becoming
Tho ns'aisin is Karl Kdouard Nobiling, a
native nf Kollno. near Iliinbaum. aired 32
year?. lie is a resident of Berlin, a doctor of
philology, an agriculturist and a halihuo of
uciuuciuuu ruciami ciuus. iv quantity ui
arms was found in his apartments. Ho fired
on persons attempting to arrest liim fired at
them with a ready louled revolver and then
inflicted several wounds on his head. He
confesses his crime, but obstinately refuses to
stato his motives.. Jin is at the hospital sta
tion ot tho Molkon Market jPolice District
attended by Ins mother and daughters,
All of this is the outgrowth of theComuiu
nistio tendencies of tho 'age. Tho assassina
tion of Lincoln is tho only case in the history
of our country, and the effect of that was not
only prompt punishment of tho parties
concerned, but it delayed tho just settlement
of questions arising after tho djfeat of t ho
Confederacy, until a recent dato. Bjith goes
down to history as an assassin, and Lincoln
as a martyr ,
Washington, 1). C, Juno 7, 1S7S.
Mr. Potter's Committee made a good be
ginning on Saturday, and got important evi
dence from James E. Anderson, supervisor
in one of the disputed Parishes in Louisiana.
The substance of his testimony was that the
returns, as originally sent forward by him
were correct, but that at tho solicitation of
men now high in office under Mr, Hayes, he
subsequently took such action us to prevent
those returns from being counted as given
in. His testimony is that of a man who did
wrong and sought to profit by it, and must
he taken with such allowances as such test!
mony usually is,but his appearance impresses
all with the idea that he is telling the truth ,
and he produces letters which seem to show
"guilty knowledge" on the part of Secretary
Sherman aud Senator Stanley Matthews
Secretary Sherman was on tho stand, and
will again testify. As the evideuce of An
derson seemed to show that Mr. Hayes was
cognizant of the frauds Anderson says he
committed, it is thought he, too, will be
called as a witness. Adjournment has been
agreed upon for the 17th hist., but tho Com
mittee went to Florida on Saturday, and
probably one will go to Louisiana during
The appropriation bill the most impor
tant of them will receive too hasty consid'
eration before passage. On the Army ap
propriation bill and the legislative appro
priation bill, there is a wide disagreement
between the two Houses. It is not only on
the matter of economy, but principle is in
volved, The House contends that certain
unnecessary offices shall be abolished, and
that exorbitant salaries shall be cut down.
The Senate refuses to abolish the offices or
reduce, the salaries. If the House is firm
now it will find next year that its cause has
not only saved money but has made further
If wo had more men in Congress who
could and would work as well as they talk,
the inevitable rush, hurry and confusion in
cident to the closing hours of every session
would be avoided, aud less mischievous leg
islation would be enacted. Among the
models of the three last Congresses is Hon
T. M. Guuter, of Arkansas, as Chairman of
tho Committee on Private Land Claims, as
member of other Committees, as u laithful
representative ot Ins people, and as a
patriotic Democrat looking to the good of
the whole country, ho stands A 1.
The proposition to put all the survlvl ug
General officers of the Mexican War on the
retired list, meets with lavor. There are I
believe, but three of them. Butler, of Ken -
tuckey, Cushing, of Massachusetts, and
Shields, of Missouri. The expense would
be slight, and the recognition of men who
served well iu that truly patriotic war would
be worth much. We ought to do all we can
in times like these, to keep alive memories
of the earlier wars, and this seems to be a
proper way of doing so,
This city, which ought to have the best
Government on earth, Is controlled by three
meu appointed by President Grant. There
is not a9 much suffrage here as in St.Peters
burg. All the rights for which the fathers
fought in 177G are denied us by act of Con
gress. The legislation prepared now simply
takes a part of the power of appointment
from Urn President and authorizes each
House of Congress to select one of our rulers
This is not an improvement, hut as Congress
makts of the District a kind of experimen
tal garden, wo shall have to submit until the
experiment has been tried and has failed.
Major Igles, commanding tbo Seventh In
fantry at Fort Benton, reports under date of
April 13th, to the military headquarters at
Chicago, that the hostile Indians gathered
at tho eastern corner of Cypress Mountain,
known as "Sittlug Bull's camp." intend an
early invasion south of the American boun
dary. The warriors number 2000 and are
fully armed and equipped. Recently Sitting
Bull harangued them, promising to "return
to the United States when the crass crowB
and makes the soldiers weak." In view of
the situation Msjor Igles has "moved his
forts to a new place better fitted for de
fence." William Cullcn Hi y nut of New York met
with a serious acc.dcut last week, Having
been exposed to tho sun on Decoration day
ho became giddy, and in goiug up steps fell,
and struck his head rendering him uncon
scious. The doctors think it will not prove
The Potter investigating committee ap
pointed by congress to inquire into tho South
ern clcctiou frauds, is at work. Some iute
resting revelations may he cxjicctcd.
"Republicanism is once more united"
Yes, whenever political villainy is to be de
fended, and that villainy th work nf H.n
Republican party, there Is always harmony,
Chapter One of the Investigation.
Tho" tlrst chapter of the official reconVof' tlio
frauds In Louisiana which lodTo the return
of'the vote"' of that Stato for JIaycs and
V heeler, and with which it is jwught'to con
noct-i Jolmt Sherman af.tin aoShmplioSlnnd
iltith'crford'TI. Hayes as accossbry after llio
fact, is Presented to day in Mho testimony of
James 11. Andcrsun before tho Potter com
mittee The readers of this Journal need not
bo told who and what tlidwilhStf ii find hit's
been. It is s'lll'uient to ru: ill tlio fact that
hut for the as-istmuo given by him and his
associate! .Weber, in llio .furm. of .protests
against tho canvaifing of tho r turns from tho
cast ami west Feliciana piri-hesin Louisiana,
the vqlc of that Stato nould not have been
l plumed Tor tlio Republican ticket. Vlie story
told on S.iturdiy Ins b'en discounlcd.by press
lepoits, fi)rch.idowiug its tenor, but wo ven
ture to say tint few Democrats, if any, not in
possession of all tho lacw, and fewer Repub
licans who wero not cogntz int of the wholo
cilme, were picpaied for such a crushing rev
elation of r;v-c.ilily. The first tableau shows
Kellogg nnd others sitting in New Orleans
before tin election, deliberately planning to
throw out the vote of those parishes for no
other rcu'on than the Democrats were sure to
carry them Iu pursuance of this conspiracy
they contrivo to got Anderson to leavo his
paiUh iu tho midst of reg'Mr.ition, nnd en
deavor to prevent his return, even when lie
avows his readiness to do so ami tho alleged
bull dozers guarantee his safety. The elec
tion takes placo and the returns are firward
ed without protest, bocitio in tin East Fel
iciana cue, at least, which L tho oni undir
couiideiation. tln.ro is ti'i :nuo or pretext for
complaint. I'l tin face of this l ict Audjrson
is brought by Marshal Pitkin, Uuh J.
Ciitnplic'l, tho author of the returning board
law, and others to miko a fr.iud'il-ut protest
or any bort of protect th it m iv lu mod as an
cxcii-o for disfranchising thi pa Mi, He
yields so far as to wgH a mild protest in which
there are blank lines, with the understanding
that ho is to fill the blanks nt ieiiure, but
soon discovers that wmiebo.iy has by f irg'ry
saved him the trouble in tho insertion of a
protest of tlio most sweeping chiraetcr. Tho
same kind turn is dono for Weber, unl'.tlieso
two worthies are about to cxpoo tho fraud
when tho visiting statesmen appear on tho
scene. Mr. Sherunn intimites a desiro to
see them. They moot him at a rctaurant in
company with Stougliton, of cleric il error
fame, who discreetly turns his head ths othor
way. Mr. Hayes' personal representative
aud prospective Cabinet Minister is iubrincd
that tho protost is forged and that they pro
pose to denounco it, whereupou ho begs them
to stand firm (that is, to let tho forgery go
unchallenged), and promises that they will bo
upheld by the administration. Not satisfied
with tlio terms of this agreement they ask
for an assurance iu writing and get it. This
assurance is that neither Mr. Hayes nor the
gentlemen representing him in this important
business "will forget tho obligations ,under
which you have placed us," together with a
guarantee that they shall be provided for as
soon after the 4th of March as practicable,
and iu such a manner as will enablo them to
leave Louisiana should they deem it neees
tary. The person most immediately cqncci;ned in
tho truth of tub story,.which is rich in its
details, is John Sherman, a mepibcr of j the,
present administration. It it is not.truc, it
would seem to be an easy matter for Jiim to
disprove it, or failing that, ho might at least
deny it. Called to tho stand at the request of
his Inends ho does neither the ono nor tie
other. At first h o says 'I believe I neyer
wrote such a letter :' again, 'I, have no reoil-
lection of .writing such a letter,;' again, 'if
it was written it must havo been on a certain
day, and again, 'I havo na recollection' of it,
Mr. Sherman has never before shown such
a faulty memory ; usually he is very cruplnt
ic in denouncing anything that concorns his
fair fame. Ho was much more positive in
February last when lie wroto these words in
a- letter, the original of which is before us at
this moment :
You aro mistaken in one thin j, aud that is
that I ever wroto a letter to Anderson or ever
did anything in Louisiana which could ever
be construed into wrong. I believe the cle
ment in Louisiana that is endeavoring to stir
up these prosecutions now acknowledge that
they canuot assail mo except by forgery or
perjury. They sought to do this through
Audersou and a Mrs. Jenks, but this utterly
failed, and I have letters from each of them
that no such letter was received or ever was
It is possible to refresh Mr. Sherman's
memory in cither .f two ways by tho pro
duction of tho oiiginal letter, which is said to
bo in existence, or by the production of the
letters from Anderson and Mrs. Jenks above
referred to. in which they declaro that it was
not vriitui By all means let his memory
bo lefie-hed. .Meauwhilo it is intorciting to
nolo whether the alleged and pretty well pro
eu coiitiatt was carried out by Mr. Hayes
and lib advicrs. Apart of Mr. Anderson's
tfftiui..tiy tiHuhes this branch of tho subject.
Fiiuu this it appears that Weber having do
parted this life, Anderson canio pn to Wash
ington to claim his share of tho price of si
lence about the forgery and of tho spoils of
the subsequent fraud of rejecting tho returns,
tluio Stanley Matthews appears, Hitting about
as a go-between, and through hb kind offices
ayes and Auderson nru brought l'uco to
face. Well knowing tlio grounds upon which
ho asks to bo provided for, tho Presidnt en
tertains lib proposition, and although rem! nd
cd iu to many words by his considerate visit
or that it is a delicate piece of business, he
promises to consider tlio matter and then
turns the trouble-.ouio customer over loan
othcr'coufideutial Ohioan, who holds the' re
sponsible position of appointment clerk. This
functionary gives Anderson a Blue Book aud
with largo hearted liberality tells him to pick
out his place. That ho did not get ths placo
seems to havo been simply becauso tho ad
ministration and tho eaudidato differed as to
what sort of placo ho ought to have. The
fact is he was given a Consulship, which
ho declinel, and that his brother was tucked
away in a custom house. How such a chaiu
of circumstantial evidenco is to bo broken, and
tho administration b to be acquitted of the
grave charges thm formulated, b the problem
that tho progress of tho investigation must
solve. It is mi easier task perhaps than
Sherman's own personal share, or that of
Stanley Matthews, but it is herculean at best.
Iu any evcut it must bo confessed that the
Democrats havo in one day vindicated tho
wisdom of entering upon this inquiry. Phila.
The brother of Dennis Donnelly, the Mol
lie Magulro murderer, maintained before the
Board of Pardons that the life of the con
demned bad been sworn away, and he sub
mitted several affidavits Impeaching the ve
racity of the principal witness against him.
The board refused to reopen the case, and
Donnelly will therefore bo hanged on Tues
Tho War Department has received a a des
patch confirming tjio news of tho uprising of
the Bannock) ; but it is stated that no troops
Loyond tho seventy-five who havo gone to
protect tho settlers can le tent to the Lava
lleds. The nearest troops aro thoso on the
Columbia river, where their presence is as
much Deeded as umoug tho Bannocks.
: Another Confidential Letter,
mo joIct smaxAM to jixu i. asdiiww.
, f Jim' Anderson, iny Jo, Jim,
' wMa Qrst Heiwere.aequ&lnt,
You bkdni kalsomlnciil jour Belt
JfeN Wttn puftllstlo patnt, .
You're IflllOK what you kno.r,
And 1 am luaklnj In my stioes
" Jltn Andersua my Jo.
Jim AnJcrson, mj Ji, Jltn,
, We planueU the Irauil tliegllhcr
And pixmilkHl lli&t e never would
ijj biicle on one aimher,
n WuJ'ijile 1 tlio returns, but James,
Jlui-Ianids, h iw cuaM ) ou blow
And i'cjaclion mo aud IttilherfurJ
Jiu Auileraia, mj Jo
Jlin Midcrsou, in J , Jim,
I promised wo mjuld pay.
Hut you ilcsi'lsfd a clerkship at
Tliree dollars every d ly ;j
Old KvartsslioulJ Intra sfjutjou off
Hut h'nd'lirlit Isn't foresight much.
Jim Anderson, my Jo I
Jim Anderson, my Jo, Jim,
Twos not a fair divide ;
You stoic the mule tor us and I lion
We wouldn't M jou i Ide.
And NUnlcy M. U sick, J I in,
And Ha us Is 1) In; low,
And I'm the daadest sort ot duck,
Jim Anderson my Jo t
A. P. Sim.
The National CamlMate fur (iovernor nt
It does not appear that Mr. S. It. Mason,
the candidate of tho National Labor
Grecnbick party for Governor, is very much
of a laboring man himself, or that he ever did
very much for the laboring classes. Ou the
contrary ho appears on various occasion; to
have sided with tlio monopolies and owners
against tlio very class whose representative ho
now professos to be. At least tho Mercer
D'upatch, printed in Mr. Mason's own town,
Tho nominee for Governor, S. R. Mnon,
Kf., is a citizen of this plico and so well
kiiMvn in this couutytli.it he requires but
brief mention. His indorseiiiiit) however,
by the labor influence' in the National partv
will bo an anomaly So Ion ns tho railroad
companies owning lines in this county needed
an attom-y il r. Mason acted in that capacity.
When the coal operative's iu tho county desir
ed to dispossess1 their lab irer.s because they
would not comply with the requirements of
thcU mine owners, Mr. Mason lias in almost
every instance been the attorney of tho initio
owners The laj instance th it we now recol
lect ol'wai the dipisscs-ing of some forty or
fifty tenants at Sto 'ebop. What sympathy
there bur can be be1 ween Mr. Mason and
the laboring men of Pennsylvania we know
not. His int-rets in the p.it havo ull been
on tho other side'. Polities, howerfr, makes
strange ocd-ieilows, nml we shall sco what
we shalll see."
The above is a decido lly serio'ls chirge lor
our 'National' friends to meet. Wo thought
that. they, reorcRmtiug the labor interests of
tho Stale, would give us n man for Governor
who was idontifiod in eveiy way with tho
labor moveiuant, and who w.n in sympathy
with thu th nights and fceliuiM of the masses
of the hud working pojp'o of tho Stato. Rut
behold I' they lriva given in a lawyer, who in
every conflict between railroad lines and mine
owners and theircmp'oyocs, has always boon
found ou the side of tho employers, us against
tho employed. At Stono'oom it s;ems Mr.
Mason was t tie attorney ol the mine
owners when thuy dispossessed hoius f irty or
filly tenants of their homes, aud turn jd ihcui
Out to starve and freeze little cared the mine
owners, and their lawyer, Mr. Mason, which.
Is this the kind of a man for the laboring
men of tlio country to tie to? Wo think
When the labor clement of this state went
to tho trouble of organizing a political party
of their ownj an I assumed to represent tho
interests of tho poor men of tho state, it
would havo been uioro consistent in them to
havo nom'n iled a man for Governor who was
in ac2.nJ.iu.u with th.-ir principals and senti
ment. But how a man who has been tho ad'
vise)' of mi road companies and mine owners
against their laborers can claim to be the rep
rescnlatrenf this labor party, is more than
we e n. mi loistand. Wo notice that Mr.
Cui Ji utu iir-(covernor Mason is about to
take tho stump iu his own behalf. Will ho
please t explain iu the outstart ho. v ho can
con btrntly claim to lead tho laborparty?
li.'ef iti'e II ilchmui.
(lu I lie War Path.
Washington, June4 The following has
been received irom General Sheridan at
"The news from Campas Prairie, on the
Boise road, has a serious look, judging from
the information received here by McDowell.
I have directed General Crook to collect at
Fort Hall all the force' he can. We aro u n
fortunately in a bad fix in caso of any trou
ble. At best we can send ouly u few men
General Howard reports that tlio citizens
of Boiso mention that Indians are raiding
the overland road seventy miles south of
Caplaiu Collin's camp ou the Big Campus
Prairie. General McDowell telegraphs from
San Francisco that he has received the fol
lowing from Patten, commanding Boise :
Arrived at Camas, June 1, where meu
were shot. Indians have taken herders'
tents, contents and horses, killing tliree of
them, Indians are supposed to be encamped
in a Btrong place In the lava beds, seven
miles from here. The best estimate we can
get b that there are about tliree hundred.
To reach them we will have to move over
very rough country, so we shall dsvelop this
position carefully. From letters sent here
from Wood creek I think the party commit
ting the depredations on the overland road
are Piutcs and Umadilla, retiring to their
coutrtry, going west fiom Camas, This par
ty took ICing Hills station,1 on the overland
road, driving off stage stock, cutting up har
ness, etc. The men escaped and observed
the depredations from a distance. Late ad
vices hy the overland stage report two wa
gons captured and destroyed by Indians Just
beyond Glenn's Ferry. This Is supposed to
be the party that attacked King Hill yester
day, as they were moving in that direction,
They cut the Ferry loose; have not heard of
the teamsters. The wagon had considerable
metallic aiuunitiou and powder, also revolv
ers. The ml ject of Indian troubles is a source
of great attention at the War Department,
The Secretary of War and the General of the
Army have been in conference to-day with
reference thereto, aud lu the brief Cabinet
council this afternoon Mr. McCrury indicat
ed to the President and the members of the
Cabinet his views and that of military com
manderi reporting to the Secretary of War
regarding the seriousness of the situation.
Army tilicers aro convinced that there la
danger ahead in the region disturbed by (he
recently reported Indian outbreak. General
Sherman has sent Instructions to Generals
Sheridan aud McDowell to use all their
available force to protect the government in
terests mid the white people from the tar
ages that are expected,
S4if Fkakcisco, June 4. Gov. Drayman,
of daho Territory, telegraphs that war Is
imminent ; 'bat ql) arms under lib control
have been issued, and that a further supply
is coming from Vancouver and Senecla.
WNN)ri:o, June 4, party of mounted
police, twenty-five days Irom Fort Walsh,
report that Bitting Bull was encamped at
Sand's Illil, Red Deer is making consider
able additions to bis force.
A bill In equity restraining Commissioners
Saunders, Griffith and Summers, the Com
missioners appointed to establish tho lino of
Lackawanna county, under tho act recently
passed by the Legislature has been filed lu
the offico of the Prothonotary of Luzerne
county nnd tho people nf Lackawanna, who
lutvo wotked so earnestly for this measure,
are Hum .enough to mutter maledictions on
their foes were they not deterred by the pi
ous training of their youth. The bill lu
equity charges that tho proceedings of the
Commissioners are without authority nnd
illegal, tho act of Assembly being unconsti
tutional as It Is not applicable to all counties
of the State J that the inodo of election b
special nnd not In harmony with general
election laws ; that the manner of appoint
ing county officers Is in conflict with the law,
nnd that the territory asked to be set off in
to a new county contains n population ex
ceeding 40,000, and therefore designates a
separate judicial district. It also charges
that the creation nf a new judicial district
will curtail the jurisdiction of the present
Judges ; that section sixteen of the act de
stroys the lien and security of tho creditors
of Luzeino comity by prohibiting tho col
lection of tax over n large part of the county
nnd not providing ndequato means ol ascer
taining tho debt ; that the act is generally in
conflict with the Constitution and lan, and
n prayer is made that defendants be restrained
from proceeding further. H, W. Palmer ap
pears as attorney for the plaintiff, and the
application was made before Judge Hardinr,
Tho people of Scrnrton aro very Indignant
over tho matter, but are confident ol the,
constitutionality of the act, and will fight
the Injunction to the hitter end.
Before you begin your heavy spring work
after a winter of relaxation, your system
needs cleansing and strengthening to pre
vent an attack ot Ague, Billious or Spring
Fever, or some other spring sickness that
Will unfit you for n season's work. You
will Rave time, much sickness and great ex
pense if you will use one boitlo of Hop Bit
ters in your family this month. Don't wait.
See another column.
Tlio following persons liavo been proposed for
nomination ny llio uext Democritlo county Conven.
tlon to lie held August 13th, 1873. Candidates an.
nounced lu this list are pled il to abide bythode
ctslon of tho Conventlop
0. B. DROCKWAY,
DAVID S. BROWN,
B. FltANK ZARR,
JOSEPH B. KNITTLE,
T. J. VANDERSLICE,
DR. J. R. EVANS,
JAMES B. HARMAN,
I. K. MILLER,
J. H. MAIZE,
FOR REGISTER AND RECORDER,
WILLIAMSON II. JACOBY,
GEORGE W. STERNER,
MICHAEL F. EYERLY,
JOHN S. MANN,
II. J. DIETTERICH,
H. A. SWEPPENHISER,
FR EDERICK IIAGENBUCH,
of Main townchip.
PETER HIPPEN STEEL,
Ml. Pleatant to wnthip,
of Centre townthip,
V.F.Kunki'l'M BUtcr Wlue ullrou
Theirreat success anddellchtor thA nnniA. in
fact, nothing ot llio kind has been orfered to the
American people which has so uulckly found Its
way Into their good favor and neartj approval as K.
Y. KunkePsimu-r Wine ot Iron. It does all It pro
poses, and thus gives universal satisfaction. It Is
f:uaranted to cure the worst caw of dyspepsia or
Qdigestloo, kidney or liver disease, weakness, ner-
tuuauess, vonsiina.uou, aciaur nr ine suimacn. sc.
net the frenulne. onlv tnllbntrlpfr Tbnnt nrt nf.
rice, too North Ninth street, i'ulladelphla. Ask for
DYSPEPSIA. DYSPEPSIA.1) Y8PEPSIA.
Kunkel's Litter Wine of Iron. Is a Bure cure for
this disease. It hu been prescribed dally for many
years In Uie practice ot eminent phjslcluns with
unparallelled success Hymptoms are luss of appetite
wind and rising of food, dryness la mouth, headache
dlzzlnetia, sleeplessness, and low spirit. tJet the
irenutne. Not sold In bulk, only la 11 VotUes. Hold
by all druggists. Ask for K. Y. Kunkel's inner Wine
of Iron and take no oilier. 11. ou per bottle, or six
bottles lor 13. All I ask Is a sl'ople trial of this val-
uuuiu lueutcme. a inai win convince youaeonce.
E. v. Kunkel's Worm Syrup never faua to remove
11 kinds of worms, seat, pin and stomach norms
readily removed by Kunkel's worm svrup. Dr. Kuu
kel is the only successful physician la ihls country
that Can ruinovu tAIA ivnrtn In frntn turn In fn,it
hours. He hu no fee till head and all passes alive
nuu iu luta ill! ut time. iHjiuiuuu bcunu leacnes
If una worm can be removed, all other worms can
readily be destroyed. Ask your druggist for a bottle
of Kunkel's worm svruD. l-ileu tl.no tier tinitTa. it.
never rails : or send to the doctor for circular, No.
tfNorth Ninth M., rilladelpua. 'AtvcVef.
PUBLIC SALE HAND BILLS
Printed at this Office
ON SHORTEST NOTICE AND AT THE
MOST REASONABLE TERMS,
TO THE COLulUUO 1'OTATO MO.
rr,,. thlt mwrtpr wn rlfttm three Important features
which will recommend Its uso to every gardener and
farmer In tho country :
1st, 1 hat It contains none of Ino poisonous prop
erties dangerous to human life, of which many of tno
Insect powders now In tho market are composed.
Msny deaths havo o enrred through rarlstlreen
and other pot'onou preparations of arsenic which
am employed to dcJtroy insects on plants and vege
tabl.'H, and which absorb tlio polion, and with the
food ti Introduced Into tho human Bsstera,
ad. Tlintwherrt tliU Powder Is sprinkled on To
tato Vines. I'lants, Vegetables, AC, It will drive away
th" Potato Hug :it "or.ns, n-xl another Insects
whlrh are tho pests ot tho Held nnd garden, and If
imed early In tho spring, will prevent the develop
ment and growth of Insect life. It ran also be used
with trimrt pfTeet In ileRtror 1'aternllt.irs and worms
on fruit trees, flowers nnd shrubbery.
3d. Paris lireen, and oilier poisonous compounds,
In nddltton to being dangerous to human life, Im
poverish nnd poison the soil on which they ate used.
This Powder H men in rnot'KKTies which are a
BRNBt it to the land, nnd is an hxcillint fbktiliieh
and will prove a vLueni.R hid to the growing plant
Dh'uctions for TJno.
A run. with tierfnrntefl ton. Is furnished with each
hot, Ith which to sprinkle tho Powder thoroughly
over the plants and on iho ground underneath.
Prepared nt the I'.nrekn e'liemlrnl Works,
KKlt.KWlK'll. N. .1.
W A. I.KCKLKIt, Wholesale Agent, 43 Vcsey st.N. Y.
juno t, ts-un
buot ev siioi;
I'or use In RolllngWllls. eilafs
Houses, Coal Mines aud by
A. V. ht'IU'ltH, Patentee, 89
nlnBt., Allegheny, Pa.
coll, or bend fr circular.
LIST OP IlKALCItS IN COLUMBIA COUNTY.
I hereby crtlfy that tho following list of dealers
taken, returned nnd classified by mo in accordance
with tho several acts of Assembly, In and for the
county ot Columbia, for tlio year '6"s. Is correct to
the best ot my knuwlcd-o and oeuer.
nice, Abrnm, store
pslmmin, OA," "
Drelsbach. lieorge P, store
Michael, Levi, general merchandise
J A Losee, agent, " "
11 Mcllcnry Son, general merchandise
.1 .1 Mcllenry " '
llohr Mcllenry " "
nowman & Crispin, general racrclnndlso
I A II it liowcr " "
li II Little, drugntoro
F L lilstelhurst, furnlturo store
O A liucklngham, stoves and tinware
0 1 Fowler, agent, stoves nnd furnlturo
.lackson woodln, manufacturing Co,
.1 W Krey, general merchandise
It M llockuian, confectionery and bakery
A lulttaln, drugstore
W P Hughes, general merchandise
Freas Urothers, general merchandise
" lumber dealers
Adams son, general merchandise
David tlross, porter bottler
0 A Jacoby, grocery
Henry Kl Ira, grocery
OMtJK Loekard, dealers In coal
I K lllttenbender, dealer In lumber
Ilartman Brothers, grocery store
I. K Whary, Moves and tinware
1 V McKelvy, drygoods and groceries
Clark Wolf " "
Wagenseller Co, notions & fancy goods
dross brother, clothing store
.1 II stecker, flour and feed
Isaiah llagenliuch. stoves and tinware
T W Conner, grocery storo
I) A Creasy, general merchandise
llitvlrt Strnlln. "
Rollins Holmes, gas ntters and plumbers U
a a uvans, ciotuing buiru ,
ninnfnshiir7 iron co. ecnerol merchandise 8
c w Neal Brother, dealers In coal
u u jNiarr, general inercuuuuisu
Joseph Decker, confectionery
Wm Kreamer, grocery store
s II Miller sou, general merchandise
J Schuyler sou. hardware
I W Ilartman, general merchandise
It C Ilartman, carpet store
C A Klelin, drug store
Jacob Keller, noilons and fancy goods
W J e'orell Co, furnlturo room
w O McKlnney, boots and skocs
I.utz Sloan, drygoods
,1 11 Maize, grocery store
fieorgu Clark, books and stationery
J II cott, confectionery
David Lowenberg, merchant tailor
Vllllam Itabb, grocery
Louis Ilernhard, Jewelry
James Cadmao, agent, furniture
1. Hunvon Co, hardware
P s nates, Jewelry
J K Ever, drv goods and groceries
Joseph Hendershot, coal yard and grocery 1
Mover Ilros.. druir store, (corner Main) 1
" 1 (lirower'a block) 14
Peter Oross, porterbottler 14
Augustus Kabb, grocery 14
c savage, Jewelry More 14
K L Mjers, medicines u
N J Uendershott, drug and grocery store 14
J r Caldwell, conrecllonery, 14
J C Menagh, Jewelry 14
Thomas Weljb. confectionery 14
J II Johnson, tobacco store 14
Jesse Coleman, Medicines 3
Teter Blllmyer, nour and feed 14
Jacob Ilantz, general merchandise 14
Swank Orange, general merchandtso 13 10 oo
S II Kleiner, general merchandise 13 looo
J K Sharpies -ons, general merchandise 11 is no
Wm Ilartman, furniture room 14 Too
neoManhart, boots and shoes 14 Too
John Italdv. L-eneral merchandise 13 1011
lilloert Kline, general merchandise li 15 oo
A II Cleaver, stoves and tinware 14 T oo
H 1 Fortner son, general merchondlso 14 Too
Y L Shumao. elothlutr storo 14 T oo
John Mecoy, confectionery 14 T oo
I II SeeBholtz. Groceries and provisions 14 TO
W 11 orange, dry goods and groceries 14 I oil
S 1 HlHard. o-eneral merchandise 14 T oo
T K Harder, furniture room 14 T oo
John Mensch, dealer In coal 14 Too
J M smith, ilrurirtst and hardware 13 13 w
Win John, stoves and tinware 14 T ou
K lltlule. aront. coll 14 TOO
c F Harder, manufacturer and dealer 14 T oo
CI W Michael, crocerv store 14 T 00
o 11 Millard, general merchandise 13 In oo
c o Murphy, general merchandUo 14 Too
A II Kortner, stoves and tinware 14 T oo
tleo W Davis, drug store 14 Too
1) C Illack, groceries, dour and feed 14 T oil
Mrs Edward llatfey, grocery store 14 T oo
Irvln Hros, grocery store 14 T oo
John Moren, boots and shoes 14 T oo
Jacob Sponsler, general merchondlso 14
Low llro Co, general merchandise 14
L W Wooley, dealer In coal 14
Z T Fowler, dealer In grutn and coal 14
Thomas llrolist, grocery btoro 14
v httmlre Irwin, general merchandise 14
J M Ammermon, general merchandise
J V Mnllenrv. irenHtal merchondlso
C 11 .Mi ers, manufacturer and dealer Is
a M Howell general merchandise
D Hosier Sons, general merchandise
Dyer Bro, general merchandl se 14 7 Co
Wm Mosters, dealerln merchandUo
ElUs lives lira, general dealer In mdso
A li White, general dealer
w 1' Hess, general mercnandlso
p D liiuck, meichandlse and furniture
A J Derr, geueral merchandise
J WeUlver, general mercuauilUo
A D Ilartman, general merchandise
F V Harris, general merchandise
J C Christian, general merchandise 14 7 oo
Jacob Yeager, general merchandise
Peter Yocuirj, general merchandise
Thomas Seburn. general merchandise
J II Vostlne, general merchandtso
c Kreamer, general merchandise)
n ui uiugies, mercutuiuisu
J D Jlodlne, general merchandise
u j lampoon, general merchandise
Creasy Brown, general merchandise
o W Ilartzel, general merchandise
Kleazerschweppenhelser, general mdso
J 11 Hetlei, general merchandtso
Mrs J T Fornsworth, grocery
Henry H Iteay. olla and brushes
laxton Horman, general dealers
Augustus Ulbby, grocery
J E Sands Eon, general merchandise 14 Too
J n narman, general merchondlso 14 Too
V. : .v0.? I""- general merchandise is 10 on
iu J neuer, ucuier 14 Too
D K bloon, general merchondlso 13 looo
r ji duuujii. urur Kisira 11 tm
II w Lyon, general merchandise 14 7 oo
O w Chorrlngton, general merchandtso 14 7 oo
ii P neighard, general merchandise IS 10 00
hllas Young, general merchardlso 14 7 oo
A 11 White, general merchandise 14 700
It H Ent, dealer In stoves and tinware 14 700
w i ,,,...' BC"t! "1') 14 7 00
W 15 Illettfrtcli. L-enerst fnprrhnnrila tj t r.
N ItlChart. boob,, shoes and nnllnna u v a..
HA Worman, general merchandise 14 700
J D w trkhelstr, general merchondlso 14 T 00
. Kiocuug n i-v, Kioeeryaiore 13 10(10
Henry Aul, dealerln coal and grain, 11 700
K Cole Son, general merchandise 14 v 00
All persona who may feel aggrieved bv tie ahnv
classincatlon ean have an opportunity of appealing
baturday, Juno 22, 1878.
at which time an appeal wi)! beheld at the Court
v.ui lu mooHiapurg, commencing at 10 o'clock a,
in., and ending at 4 o'clock p. m.
PKTBlt A. EVANS,
may II, is. Mercantile Appraiser.
MUOI.U fLATED WATCH K, CbMPMt
la -ha known vorld. Aunpla WaZl rXTu
slu. Audit A. CocLraa 4 Co, CUcmS
May 11, T3-sm
REAL ESTATE I
I'ursuant to .in order ot thi Court of common
I'Jcasot Columbia county, I'entisvlvanla.ulll Xm sold
on tha prtptnlbuei. lu Uunrlugcrrclc 'townthip, In sild
Saturday June 2'2d, 187J,
at 11 o'cLjcIc a m.t tho following ilfscrlbeJ reil vs
tnte, assUaeil to Caiper Utuwn by lohn H. Kllager
and wiro In trust tor th-) benoflt of tho creditors of
said John It. KUnger: Tract No 1,
SIXTEF.1V AGKKS OK LAND,
In a good H'ito of cultivation, situate lu Koarlnc
creek to was., on the public roalor old Heading
road Iaaillu f.vm CaUMssato IHngtowu, about 8
miles ;from CatavsKsa and a mlk-s from .!abtowu,
bounded by lands of Frank Yojtim, William Swisher
and others. Thd Improvements thereon aro a good
FRitoK STOKK 110USK,
a largo Iwo-btory framo
alarjje bain, corn crib, wajcon filled and other out
bulUlugs, all of which Is comm mly kuowa an tho
"Klvo l'olnu lli.tel stand."
Tract "s'o 2,
TWO ACHE i,
situate and bounded ai tract So. I, It Ix-liiif a part of
aald tract, except tt i illvM.il from It l,y public
road leaUn j from Jtalnrtlie to NinnldU.
Tekms ok sai.s. Ten )-r rent of one-fourth of
tho pur -haso money Ui bo ild at llio striking down
of tno property, the ono-fourlh less the ttn percent
nt continuation of fcolo ni.d Ihe rrinaliiliij; three
fourths In one jear thereafter with lnli rcsilnmi
-coDtlrmatlon uUL Iholpun'I.a.ser t) bn 'at the ex
pense of all necessary Instruments ot writing,
Abuott & ItiiAwK,
may il, Ts-ta As-lzncu.
tlNIMENT IODIDE AMMONIA.
CurcN all IMIn In .11 an anil Ilenst
I'lioiArsrs Uteiii (t'alllns of the Womb.) A Won.
derful cure. Nine jchm my wlio sunercd :lth this
terrible complaint, she was attended by doctor af
ter doctor, went to tho Ullferent hospitals whero fe
males aro treated ; tried them all ; wore bandatrea
and pessaries with only temporary relief, llrr lira
wan (miserable. Wx applied Dr. (il.es' IJnlineut,
Iter rcllel was Immediate, she Is now well.
40 West 13th street, .New Vork.
I had twelve strokes of 1'nraijsls. My leir.arm
and t injfue were usle.s t was oblUed to us n o ith
cter oiry day. Hoclor (.Pes' liniment. lodldoof
Ammonia has cured nr. Hill ansner any luuulrles
bo that all amired may know ol lu
Jons A rem,. North liranford, Conn.
... . SnttiiuiJllli, rniladelphli.ApilliX'tc,
W.W. OIUs ,Kf.rliear Mr I used jourlodldeof
Ammonia Liniment on 1'hra 'I duple' hind pastern
Joint, hheihad been quite lamnj tho effect was
.wonderful; slio wtiu now qulto well. Very re
spectfully j ours, -.
no, . A. WEtCII.
e. S.-I am now using It on Llttleton'jrljhuore
A larfre shoo boll on a valuable jounir horso was
removed by Giles' Lmimunt Iodide of a lutuonli.
. arpets, 173 slxtli ave., New Vork.
Asmsu-The torturesand agonies I endured (or
Hit years, none but those who have sintered wtih
this terrible disease can know. My life was misera
ble. In dosperatlou I tried Ui:es' Liniment lonlde of
Ammonia. It gave mo lusunt relict. Used It lu.
terualiy as w ell as externally.
1 IIOS. llHiNIOAK,
, 1 est 2Tlh street, hew ork.
I was In a dreaarul condition. Joints swollen,
pain Intense. Injections u( morphine Into my veins
J.!J V. rellL'T'i lue UUa" l0lld "I Ammonia took
away the depotlls Irom my Julius I wanteury
one who sunira to know what will cure Il.em.
, .. . Kokmck lOTIlllOl-,
North llw P.irL' T ,i, ,ui.. ... ...
Annthnr en..... : , . .. T . ' " ' Wt 'r.
on . V . J" w.,u',llluI 4,4 Iu suuu uers, lingers
Jf,',e,e,v ! BU,cr'r,-',J fearrully for lure., vcars, tried
fiSWVS ' ,a.'1 "n "Pa- (i"es' Liniment lid-
inn,L,,.,,.o,nvj i.:.v.:'..v..:'-..4'''"' 4-""v.. ""
v w Ammonia, eueciea a complete cure.
v. . KI.LKN t-stiTn,
o.. V.":u Vran "treet. 1'ali Itlver, Mass.
nSh BP"'4ts bruises, La.neuess In horses
?tnS KSr1" '"-L11 J 61 41 m""J,lU l " I14-'' ''"'I "Pe
outu !,05rt0 wboowusa hcrsoshjuidbiJ.witn.
IC9 seventh avenue hew Vork.
In my family, and for the stock, I havo used (llle'a
Liniment loulrto or Ammonia. It l mi"uVwi"sl
faction i'u u.o utmost sails-
John J, Chiitik,
IsgVat sa'vl'nS" J 'n at la W McU ,"tre
Trial tlw 23 rents.
N. J. llliMIHItll(iTT,.gt.lor lllooui.burir.
REAL ESTATE I
The real t-Htateasi?npti I, m u h,..,i,, i...
ley Terry tn trust for tho benoiitcf ireitltora, win
to exposea t-i public a-ilo at Kt-hre'd IIoU-1 iu Numo-
tSATUHDAY. JUNE lr.ti.. 1R7S.
at u o'clock a. m., described as follows i
SltUatOftln LOCUSt tOWnl,ln l!ln.nl.tn ..........
bounded as follows! On the east by lauds of Jonas
Ketterman, on tho west by lands of H. II. Johnson
north by landori. numeu.,. ?
by landa ot.Charles Fetlerman'a estate, oontalnlng
whereon Is erected a
Frame IMvclllnir IIoiisp. Ilnrn
and ot her out-bulldlngs,
Alsoj at tho satno time and place,
165 Acres of Wood Land,
Situate InLCCUUtOWnslilnnrnn.cnM .ii... ...j'.
of John Ueby, Joseph Thginas, Ocorge Btlneond
Daniel Stlne. coniatntni- rnn.i ,,,.,.,
ber la large quantliles.
1HM4 of SLK.Ten per cent, of one-fourth of
the purchase money to be bald at llm nnn
of the property, the one-fourth less the ten per
Cent.nt. mnll,inalln. .... 4
..,. . ----.-.-. usiuj, una uie remaining
three-fourths In onejear thercaitir win, i.i..
from confirmation nlsL On payment of purchase
money deed to bo delivered to the nurrht,. I...
Asslimen nr U'uIav
Aiiys.'or Atsignce. taoywi.ta
imTficw. mm iigiBiffl'.K
1818.-18 th year.'
yWithjnuch greater variety
(Than' ever "
"JVffli .ampler facilities
Than ever j
With far jnore customers)
We. are letter prepared
At 'considerably lower prices
To Supply f1.
Tho Mon and Boys '
1 With Superb Clothing
Trom tho Xiarcest
Only Ono Price. Tho Lowest. Terms Cash.
Satisfaction Guaranteed or Money Returned. ,
Samples and prices mailed anywhere.
Orders by moll promptly executed.
WANAMAEEB & BROWN
Sixth & Market Sts., Philadelphia,
Silvsrwaro, Watches, Jow2lr7,01ceks,&o,
tr- Ilemoved to me rost Ofllco building, Drsr door
above thoKxhange Hotel.
All kinds ot H atches, clocks' and Jewelry neat
ly repaired nnd warranted.
may IT, td-tr
'hn following tracts of land were Bold bv David
Iiwenbcrg, 'treasurer or Columbia county to tho
Commissioners ot said county on Hi secondHonday
ot Juno 180, and tho Hint) of redempnon hav ng
passed by an Act approved March 13th,19is and sup
plements thereto the samowlll be sold on the sec
ond Monday of June ls.s, at the Court Houso In
Callahan James oue lot Centralia Uorongh unseated
Madden Thomas 44 " 44 44
Median James 44 44 44 44
Ncvia Michael 44 " 44 44
llelly 44 44 44 44
Miepperd II 1' -4 44 44 44
Mooro tlrace Mrs two lota 44 . v 44 '
Loveland II J one lot 44 44 44
htarJohn 44 44 44 44
James Edward 44 " " 44
Fenstermaker J II 44 44 44
Jones AnnHT Mrs 44 44 44 44
Kline Carnltno 44 ,44 44 44
Murphv Thomas 44 44 44 44
Mlnlhan Michael 44 44 44 44
Kline John 44 44 44 44
Hails llenty 44 44 " 44
Miller Hllas soo acres Ilea vcr township 44
(learhart w llllam stw acres MiRnrloit twp. 44
Cabey John Lower two lots Conyngham twp. seated
Wjun JJcnms ono lot 44 " 44
SILAS W. MCIII-.VRY,
JOS. Ti. RANDS.
raaylo 'ss-ta Attest: tvM. KltlcKUAllM, Clerk.
II THE TIME TO BECUUKTEItrilTO
"IOIIV t'Olt .DH. EdLE'H (WHAT
WOHK THU NEW ILLl'STKATKl)
The grnr.ditt wiling book for the rennsylvanla
Held. l.lUrnl Kims to agents, bend f3.(IO at
once for complete outnt, or 10 cents for our 04 page
mmp'f, and name territory wanted, Address u.v.
Don't (all to say w hat rope r i ou saw this In.
'.NutlCS IS lierebvelven Hint. M. fl. ItnirlipH rri'ntn-
wlssa has been oiiMolnted Assignee of esley Terry
of Locust tonshlp for lieueilt ot creditors. All
persons, therefore Indebted to the said Wesley l'er
ry, will make pajincnt to the said assignee and
those having claims or demands will make known
the samo w ithout delay.
M. (1. HUGHES,
Assignee o( Wet-ley I'erry.
May, 17, 4w. calawlssa.
A CHANCE TO MAKE SOME MOflEY
'Cornell's History of I cnneyluar.la." Now ready.
S r.",? Jor Agency at unco. JOHN bV LY fi CU.,
l'ubllshi rs, 7v i-ansom street, 1'hlladeii.bla.
mach 2a, '"s-sm jtco
mOhCV faster at. wnrt fnrliathnn n
else Capital not icqulied ; wo wll
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v co., Augusta, Maine. Marili 82, "78-ly
REAL ESTATE !
Ill PUrSUanCe Of an Onlcr (if llm Cmirr nf nnrnmnn
public sale on tho premises, on
KHIDAY, JUNE 7th, 1878,
at 1 o'clock p. in., tho following real estate. laUs or
l'urpart No. 1. Alt that GIIIST MILL with water
power appurtenant and piece ot land situate In
(Ireenwood township, bald c( unty, bounded and de
scribed us lollows i lieglnulng at a ttouo by run la
lino of lands ot tho raid Joseph llajinan; thence by
same south 78j; degrees west 15 n-10 perches to a
stone on bridge in road leading from Orunjetllle to
ltohrsburgi thence by lot. 'of Samuel Freas, being
tho tannery lot purchased of William l'atterson and
John Patterson north.SJjj degrees w est II) Ma perch
es to a stone In Orecn Creek j thence by other land
ot the said Joteihllajmnn north 67'; degrees east
10 .io perches to a stone by tho said creek j (henco
by tho satno north lo degrees, west 7 t-lu perches
to a stone ( tbenco by tlio samo south 111 degrees
east i perches to the placo ot beginning, containing
1 ACRE AND 132 l'HKCHES.
l'urpart Nos.-AU that certain tract ol land situ
ate In said township ot (ireenwood, bounded and de
scribed ai fol'ows! Beginning at a post ou line of
land belonging to Edward Mcllenry; thence by tho
samo south 10 degrees w est 53 6-10 perches to a post:
thence north so degrees west 40 perches to a white
oak, now gonoj theno by landot bninuel Freas.
norths decrees east 20 perches to a posts thence.
north 73 degrees cast 15 wo perches 10 a post,
thenco norlh 18'; degrees w est 4 rrch to a post s
thence north ijf 'degrees east 7 5-10 perches to a
post j tin nee south leu decrees wt sii n-m
ostoapo.tj thenco south27j-degrees west lot-io
perchestoustoucj thence north b5tf degrees, west
7 1-10 perches to a post i thence by lands of James
latterson norm (u degrees wist to no perches
toe, post 1 thenco by lands of James Hoyman south
S3 degrees castss 2.10 perches too stone (thenco
north M degrees cast 3 perches to the place of be
G5 ACHES AND 40 1'EHOHES,
l-urparl So. S.-Also the undivided onR.hir
I tract of tlinbel land, adjoining lands of John stale
fvIOhn Ilantz, Matthew Mcllir. TV nml nlhnu nnnlnl.
Jljy r vtuvi ,UIHtUU
SEVEN! Y-1'IVE ACHl'-S.
il? ov 8ALK- 1n percent, of om-fourth or '
the liunhase money (o be mid at the slrlklug dowri
Ou.'.4l'.rt'""6t'',4'"'e",1"l'40f Ihe psrelnuw monev
irf the BSSna,SrT i?:.u V.V 10 111 eSmauSn
vi uie bale, una tho Lalunec ol hatO iturchawi mnnnv
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