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mmiu o;t. w or niMMuJl,,
Mtiod weekly, ovory Friday morninir, at
IlLOOMSIlUild, (JOMJMlllA COUNTY, PA.
wT.nTnW;1,??f',"1 psr Cllr' 60 "outs discount allowed
wuonnildln ndrauon, After the cxrTrAtionnt iiio
LniVfuaT;11' wiUSS?St" thS
.X?.P'P?r.d','-.l?nUnui'd, cxci'Dt at tli.jontlun uf inn
Smi ill.! 1. il w nrronraircs are paid, bin, lor.g
W.rWnStTiW1' 1,10 W" "
nml1r')'"1r?i''n?',li "'. ,he Hlltl' or t" distant post
ornces must lio palil far In advance, unless a ravon.
sioio ncrson It. ColumbH county nisumcs to nay tlio
subscription ilito on demand.
I'OSTAil K Is no longer exacted from subscribers In
Tno.i 'V if Depirttnentof thoCoT.tjMBUNlsvory
complete, ainl our .1 h Printing will eemraro fi.rora.
lily with tint nt tlio Urge, cities. All work done on
ri jmann.iirauy anu at, moderate prices.
Columbia County Official Diroctory.
President Jml.ro William Klwell.
Associate Judges- I. K Krlckluiutn, P. I tthuman.
i-rotnouotar . .vc li. Frank y.arr.
(Jo.irt stenuirrapiicr 8. N. Walker.
turWor.S ueeorder Williamson II. Jacoby.
District Attnrnej liobeit It. Little.
Sherlir-Jolin W, llnmnan.
.snrvoior -amud Nevliird.
Treasurer llr II. V. Mnltevnolda.
Uiiimnsljiiera-joliu Hemer, s. V. Mclicnry,
Auditors M. V. 11. Kline, .1. II. Casey, K. I). Drown.
Coroner -Is ilah Yoger.
Jurv commissioners Ml Ilobblns, Tucodoro v.
(Min.r.v Hiiivriiitnnitnnt William II. Snyder.
Illjo.n Pour lUttrict-lilrectors-H. H. Knt, Scolt,
Win. Kramer, Illoomsburg and 'fboinas Itccce,
Bloomsburg Official Directory.
Prosldsnt of Town Council (I. A. Herring,
clerk-Paul n. wnt.
unlet of Puilr-i j m. r. sterner.
President ot ias Company 3. hnorr.
RnHR.Iiiri'l!. W. lllllT.
UW.I mtiur Hanking company -lolin . Funsion,
rresiuent, ii. it. urutz. uusuicr, uuuu it-uuvi.,
I'lrs Na lonal flank-Charles 11. Paxton, resident
J. P. Tustin, cashier. ,
nntiimiiii Pnuntw Miitti.il Havlni? Pund and Loan
nsiKla I.m-i:. II. Llt'lo, Prosldcul, C. W. Miller,
"r.r0A:l l'. .....I ii ,antn.. t..,rt Acannlntlnn
.V i,A i,...ti.irtnf i it itnhUiiTi sprrclarv.
l? SSS xin.nS i vi'nl. v n l sVrla.' Ion-. .
J. Uro.vcr, Presldcm,!. I- wirt,sccrciarj.
oo nsii'irir iri inline iiiui.iiuiK iii.i..".
.... ....P... .. ,.in. t ii iinl.l(.n Mnrrnlnrv.
ltov. .1. P. Tuslln, (Supply.) . . , ,
huniUy servlccs-l'ix a. m. and e,V p. m.
Pr.ner Mcetlng-Uvcry Wednesday evening at tf
Soais Iron. Tho public aro Invited lo attend.
ST. MATTIIKWS 1.UT1IKKAN CIICKCH.
MlnU-er-ltov.o. I), s. Marclay.
Sunday Hervleos-WM n. ni. aud "XT- m.
i'Mver Meo Ing-i:very Wednesday evening nl 7
Seata'trci". Nopcwsrenipd. All aro welcome.
Mlntstor-Iiov. Ktuart Mli".l)i-ll.
K.inday Ncrvlcea-10'4 a. m. and OX p. m.
ut.ti.l ... Unlinrtl O fl . in.
Pr.ivcr Meoi lug-Every Wednesday evening at
" Boa's'f ree. No pews rented. 81 rangers welcome,
MKTH0UI3T SIMSCOI'AI. CHCKCU.
Presiding Klder Itev. W. Evans.
Mints'cr Her. M, L. Mtnvser.
jiniday Servlcco l"Jj and UK p. m.
i,,..... L0p 'm,..1 v nvnnlmr.it r,wf o'clock.
Voun 'Men's Prn- cr Meo lng-Every Tuesdaj
General prayer Meellng-Every Thursday evening
Corner of Third and Iron streets.
Pastnr-ltev. W. K. Kiebs.
itcsldcnco Corner 4th and Catharine streets,
sund ly Surv Ices 04 a. m. and I p. m.
Sur.dav school 9 a. in.
prayer Meetln? Saturday, 7 p. m.
All aro Invited Theni Is always room.
Hector ltcv L. Zahner.
Sundas KciTtccs-tiw a. m., "X p. m.
Sunday school 9 a. m.
Services preparatory U) Communion on Prlday
avening oeioni ihu ti.ouiiii.iv iiivmi, .....v...
Tews rented; but ever bod welcome.
Presiding P.lder Itev. A. L. Itceser.
iSunday Senlce-2 p.m., In the Iron Pliwt Church.
Pravi r Meeting Lverj sat'batli at 'i p. m.
AllarelnMted. Allnre welcome.
ittr .Minitril fV riiittitT
ir.nta in .,ii,n urn., Hrlnk tMiiirch nn th" hlll."
known as tho Welsli Ilaptlst Church-on itook Mreet
cast ot Iron. . . ,
Itegular mectlno,'or worship, everj' Lord n day at-
t nMi nt li ..VIM, I
Seats free; and tho public oro cordially Invited to
CJCHOOIj ORDERS, Wank, jiut printed ami
J neatly bound In small books, ou hand and
tor salo al tno coixnbian iiime.
iii .1V!,- TiHP.nS. nn P.irchi.iitit and Linen
15 Paper, common and for Admlnlsi ratoj-s, Keeu-
I'MS UIIU ITU4W.VD, lUl D..IB v
TVTARUIAOE CERTIFICATES jnst printed
eriuf the (lospel and Justices should supply them-
I mid for salo at tno Columbian uiuci. ui-
BOlVtlS WllU menu nuucanui y ttiunoo.
TUSTICraand Constable..' Fee-Rills for sale
tl at tho Columbian omce. mey i-uuuiin luou.-
V,i n. nUi0l,llel.n hv Hie last Act Of tho Leg-
Jjturoupon tho subjoct. Every Justice and Con-I
tablo should havo one.
ENDUE NOTES just printed and for sale
cheap at tnc Columbian oiucu.
(1. IIARKLEV, AttDrnev-at.l.aw. Offic
In Urower's building, !ud biory, Hooras 4 !
H. VM. M. REHKR. Surgeon ami I'hvst-
ij C1.IU. OIUCU S.
rncr iiocu anu jiuruui 1
It. EVANS. M. I).. Sunreon and Physi
cian, (Ollico und Ilusldeuco ou Third street.
II. Mt-KEIA'Y, M. D., Surgeon and I'liy-
sician,noriu siuo jiaiu sircct, uuiow iuri.cv.
II. R01IIS0N, Atlorncy-nt-Lnw.
In llaitinan'sbullOlng.Main street.
AMUKL KXOUH. Altorncy at I.aw.OOice
, Clark 4; Wolf's fctorc, Main btrcet.
I I II' l.v.ll U.. lll.i.Vl, .188.8.131.52. .Hlivi
Main St., above Central Hotel.
S. KUIIN, dealer in Meat, Tallow, etc.,
. centro street, ceiwecu r-ccona auu -inira.
J E. WAI.IiER,
Increase ef Pentiens ettainei, CcllectSens made.
omce, hecund door from lst at lonal Hank.
Jan. 11, 1S78
R. J. C. RUTTER,
omce, Nortli Market street.
i nioomsburg, Pa.
U. FUNIC, 1
Increaso of Pensions OblaiBcd, Collcctinns
Offlco In Ent's UoiiJUKU.
Ii. I. L. KAMI,
Main Ftreetopposlto Kplsoopal Church, HIiKins-
Iir" Teeth extracted without pain,
aug 24, ni.ly,
HOCKWA Y A EMVEI.L,
A T TO U N K Y S- A T-Ij A W,
CotUMBUN Bcildiku, Illoomsburg, Pa.
Meirbers ot tho United Ulatts Law Association.
Collections made In any fart o( America or Europe
It A W. J. UUCKA1.EW,
Ofllce on Main btrcet, first door below Court House
T P. it J. M.CLAUK,
cnico In Ent's liulldlng.
ATTOHNBY AT LAW.
CFiic(-In Ilatiuan's Hulldlng, Mslnttreet,
HOST. R. LtTTLI,
u. fi 1:. r. iamii,
W Y. KKSTEUl
8 U I'tlplhU, lHuciiibburf.
aprll IV, 1818.
C 3. iHCCKWAY, ' - ,.,.. 1,ir,,j,(m
a. E. ELWELi. i M'ttKinarroprHtori.
Q W. MILLER,
Al lUUa&XA T-l AW
omeo In Urower's building, second floor, room No.
1. Illoomsburg, Pa.
II O W E L L,
OQlco In Hart man's mock, second floor, corner
Main and Market Streets,
ERVEY E. SMITH,
Ofllce tn A. J. Kvan'b New Dcildino,
Member ot Commercial Law and Bank Collection As
buclatlon. oct,l, '77-tf
Q M. DRINKER, GUN and LOCKSMITH,
noting Machines and Machinery of all kinds re-
d ilrcd. Oi kra HoisE Uulldlng, Uloomtburg, ra.
JRITISII AMERICA ASSURANCE CO
The assets ft llicsn old corporations are all In.
vchtMliuMil.il) MAlHlTli'.a and are llablo totho
iui7.aruui mo oui).
.iimii-mni iiiii-m mi n i- i in nsKS nri! nienn nm-nrfn
i.uM.n , nujirn i uiiu iium-mly uujuMia ai.u p tin
n,i " 11 " "eUiiuliicil b ciikistiah P. Khsi r, hv.
-ibeclllcnsol coluiutUiouiitj Aould patrnnl?e
the UKiney HDero lnstes, if any, aio adjusieil and
paid byunetf thetroun dtlcns. nov.ic, 'Jl-iy
J7REAS IIROWN'8 INSURANCE AG EN
" CY, liicuango Hotel, liloomsburg, Pa.
.Etna. Ins Co., ot Hartford. Connecticut... c.rnm.imo
Liverpool. Lundou and tllobo :M,t'Mi,M
Uoyiilbt Ltvcipoui 13aon,iiuu
Lancashire io.oih), ki
I'll u Association, Philadelphia 3,l(Mi,ofl
Farmers .Mutual of IHinvllle i.iioa.oiio
Danville .vutua! ttuixi
Home, New Vuik 5,C'Xi,uiio
As Iho mrenclcs nrn direct, ml cles nm m rltten fur
the tnsuied nltnout nnytlil.ij in the oniccalliloums-
uarcn '! y
nErHfSENTS TI1K rOI.LOWIMI
AMERICAN INbURANCE COMPANIES:
I.yeimlngof Muney Pennsylvania.
Aorlh American of Philadelphia, Pa
rank n uf "
I enns.Mi nl i "
nrmei . i,t ..rk 'a.
ianoei n' r .irk.
umce ou Mm ket Street No. 6, nioomsburg, Pa.
oct. so, '17-iy.
WM. Li- KYERLY,
AT I OlO tt i A T-LA v,
I'olleetlons Dron.ptli made and r-mlttd. omce
oniositt uatawtssa i)eiisn ti ink. m-3S
V. II. Abbott. W. II Koawn.
ABIIOT T & I! H VN,
Atrot iieys-iit-1 nw.
dee Jl, '77 ly
GREAT TRUNK LINE
UNITED STATES MAIL ROUTE.
Thp attention of tho travelling nubile Is respect
fully Invited t0B"m of the merits of this great high
way, In tho confident assertion and bellol that no
other tine can oiTer equal inducements as a route of
luruugu iravei. m
l'KNNS Y I.V A N I A
stands confessedly at the head of American railways
Tho track Is double the entlni length nt tho line, of
sli el rul's laid on heavy 011k lies, which are embed
ded ln .1 foundation of rock ballast eighteen Inches
in depth. AH bridges aro of Iron or stone, and bunt
upon ine tnosi api roveii plans, us passenger cars,
whllo eminently safe and substantial, aro at tho
baiiiu umu muueis 01 lomion ana elegance.
THS SAFETY APPLIANCES
I In uo on this lino well lllustrato thefar-Rwlnffnnd
liberal policy ot Its niQna(;crnent,lu accordance with
nmcu uiu 111 juiy omy ui an un rnyeincm, nnn uoi
ltH cuht has teen tho i ties Hon of consideration.
.uiona many may no iiotleed
I THE BLOCK SYSTEM OF SAFETY SIGNALS,
JAITN3Y CGUTLEH, EVFFER ard FLATFOEM
THS WHARTON PATENT SWITCH,
rormllictn conjunction with a trfoctdoublo track
I uml roart-bed a combination of safeguards atralnH
Mfi'iufius ineu uau reuuereu luvm praeucouy ira
poSNlblo, Pullman P.ilucc Cars
aro run pu all Express Trains
Vroin Nev York, I'hlliulelpliln, Ilnltliuorp und
I To CliIciiKi'i Clnrliinnll I.aiiUtlltet lntlhiiiapolli
unit m, i,uuit
M ITHOIIT tii i.(;i:,
and tn all principal points In the tar West and Houtti
with but one change uf ci.ra. Connections are mado
I In Uulon Depnts, and uro assured to all Important
I Is admitted to bo unsurpassed In tho world for gran-
I deur, beauty and varltty. t-uperlor refreshment fa-
I villi , w uiv i u iiii-u rniiiLijn:Bii(iT muiicuuBauu
attentive, and It Is on Inevltablo result lhat atrlpby
tno 1 ennej ivanut jtauruau mur v loriu
A PLKASINO AND MEMOKAIILK EX.
Tickets forsale at the lowrst ratfs at Iho Ticket
Ofllcs of tho Cotnpan) In all Important cities and
I. P. PAHMEII,
tie'l Passenger Agent.
tiener' 1 Maniger.
J. K. SnOEM HtFII. I'ass. Acert MlerllH nist..
iv rirui 'lum iret-i, iiurr(buurg, j a.
leu. 1, la-iy.
TUK GREAT ENUI.ISII REMEDY I
GRAY'S SPECIFIC MEDIOINE
TRADE MAflu Is esrxH-lullr rcom-TRAOE MARK,
fulltUi euro forst'in-
1 luul weaViJOhs.bper
lency, Hiid allUl-kia-
W3, BUCllUH Lobs uf
I4i8huuae( ctuu in
thn ItiirL- TtlmnpKH
I Beforo Takinffoi vuion. ircma-Aft Jjvt
many otherlscaseathatlpaato lusamty.ConsuinP.
tlonatidti lififiutuxt (iru-. ull o( wmeu aa a rulo
are lirstcaustMi ty uoiauinf iruiu iu ituuiui umuig
m,i i.vnr .nriuk't'tifw. 'I lie Hixcttlc lurdlclne Ls (he
result or u lire biudy and many jeara ot experience
tn treating theno Hjn-clal disf aw-H.
run parucumrb in uur utuiiuji;LB,rutLu nw ucwto
per paCKJBi, ornx imckairca wr ur win vo bcuv
1 uy mail ou icrvi i ui iud iuuucjt uuuivooun
No. 10. McUiaiilCa lllock, ltrtlt, A1KU.
Rni.i in itlomiLurfr ty C. A. KUIir. and by all
HUM la x.vmm, n uuh'mio fljuuw, i m wuuij.
t n n aweeklnjourowntoftu. WOutntireo
U No risk, lii-aoer II ou want a business
M II I at hlch persons of either but. can make
vL J J j,-rcat pay all too tluiu tbey work, write
IUr IiarUlUIBrB IU II, ll KLWiIW .ji, jumuv.
inarcu 22, -i ly
r u-is-vu imino
1'll.S-I KHH. ill.. ('..
s;rall)' udiI t'Ltoply riute4 at tliu Coi.cm
mu c!,m t:i ,
1IIU OUiiaiUl, 1J1UI ill J.
Cbolcfl books no lontrpr for Iho few nnlv. Tim liost.
standard novels within the reach of every one.
Books usually sold from H tow Klien (unclwinged
and unabridged) for 10 and !i) cents,
lot. A N' bto Lite, by Miss Mulnck 1oo
102. Hard Times by Charles Hlckens loo
10J. A llravu Ijidy, by Miss Mnlotk sho
iwi. i-pep. nay, ny iouo nanim ruo
103. AttheSlgnoI Iho Mlvcr Magon, by II h
1C. The master of the creylands, by Mrs Henry
lor. niade-oMlrass by II I, Pa: J on loc
les.ThoSta Klnir, by captnln "arrjat lno
1(1. KieaTiorH Vktori', bv Miss M I: praddon vio
no. The (Hrls of c ehain. b Plorenic Marryatloo
ui. a luuroi mo ori in rimy uaje, uy
Hi. Hard Cash, by Charles lieado
IIS. (lolden drain, by II L Parlcon
114. Darrell Mnrkliam, by Miss M K ISraddon
11 . VMIhlntho Jli.', bv vi rs 11 ttoud
lie. Pauline, by L II Walton!
HI. The Female .Mlribtcr. by K I li s
lis. (ireat hxpcttatlons, by C Dlcki ns
119. Petruncl. bv Horehce .lamat
i!0. itotnanco of a I'oor Yout'g sum, by o rcu-
HI. A llfofor a Life, by Miss Vulock
m. 1 lie 1 rivaieernusii, ny i npiuin mnrrjat
123. Ituh legends, by t-utnuet Locr
m.Mlulre neMjns Heir, bj MisllWood
ix.1 .miry imniiii, ny.Mrs iiiisilii
12ii. l.reina; or my I'alhcr'sMn.by It I) Utack-
1S7. Mr Ijidy Ludlow, by vrs (la'krll
m ousiu I'lillllps. ny .Mis (tnfkell
laa. Tho Wandeilug Jew, (1st ball) by Eugenu
120. 'I he Wandering Jew (2d half) by Kugeno Sue 2e
iso. Keriiions out oirliuidi. by Miss Mil. ock
11 l rl.,..1 kl,,....rr l.i ti.ln t...,...
132. .tin k MlntonAij cimrles ! e - r
1.L1. 1 he Duchess of lloMiuury Lane, by II I, P.ir.
134. .My lij'.tlur-s Wife, by Amellj It IMwnrds
ii. iKniiia s 11UM1.11111, uy .11-s iuiock
in). Katie Metta't. by Mrs (illiuit.i
137. A bent In a cloud, by ciuriisU-ver
1 S. What llet'fst Her. bv .lanii s Pn 1111
139. London's Peart b.v II I. I'.irjei n
1411 The ijnly l.lMe, lij Mls M I; bradilnn
.41. Masti'te-an Iteady. b Cnplnln vinmat
I4i. Tho lluuli.tthe lulnlli, ! .Mls Mnlick
1J3. The I hi null it 'I nwi I- I v Mrs Hi nrv Wmiil
144. T he T.ln I letilenants, l,i Mexnlider Dumas Ii c
lij, Hint a uillllun it mono, l'i Amelia 11. l.'l
uril4 110. Chirlcs o'Miillcy, Iho lilsh Dragouc, by
I.eer, (I'rlpe No)
147. Il.ilt 111. the I'.eefer, by captain Mnrryat
14s, Plue Sloeklrg, by Annie I iDuirds
I4S..l0'hui waiv.l, by ll I. l'arj in
15U, .MM-hlpniuti nsv, b Cup1 iln Manynt.
151. The ltusl m (ij psy, iiy i lex Dumas
152. Arthur o'Uar,v, by Chailes l.cer
154. Waidof wife?
154. A Point of Honor, by Anule Edwards
iss. The fount of Jloute-C Nsto, Me. Dumas
15il. The King's ok 11, by dipt. Marrynt
157. Hand and Cllou1, by Aim lla 11. Hlwnrds
IM. Trt-asuro Troe. by Samuel I over
169. Tho rnuntom Milp, by Csptaln Mnrryat
ICO. 'I ho Plat k Tulip, by Ale,aiid( r Dumaa
mi. 'I he World Well I list, K. Lynn I liiton
ir.2. Shirley Charlotte lliunt
lw. Prunk Mlldmv, by rapl.iln Mnirvat
164. A o-iiik ttlfeNMorj, Han let. Ibmrn
IBi.A Mudern vii.hu r (Vol. 1.) CheMly ovel
M. Tho I at ldlnl, bi ijeorge --und
107, Tho 9-iyeu's Necklace, by ilex Dumas
Ms. t'on cregan, by 1 holies I ever
lfiO. ft. Patrick's Mc, by Charles I.ever
170. Newt in Por.ster. by Captain Mnrryat
171. Hostage to Fortune, by Vl-s Ilrmldnn
172. r'heviilier de M.il.on ltoue. bv Dumas
173, .laph-t ln search of a l'.Iher by Captain
174. Kale u'Ponnghuc, by Charles I.ecr 2'c
173. Tim Pacha ot .Many 'rules, ciip'aln -Mnrryat lie
171. Perclval Kcene by Captain Murr.vnt loc
HI, fieorgo Canterbury's win. by Mrs. Honrs
178. Kiire Ofod buck, bv P. K. I'mnr HUon me
179. The lllsiory of a crime, by victcr Hugo too
lso, .srmulode. by wtlkle Collins vec
isi. The. Countess de Cham, A'ex Dumas lnc
ts2 Juliets (lunrdlaii, bv Mrs. Camrron lnc
ls3. Kenllwerth, by Mr Walter M ott -.'no
1S4. Ihol Itllo saage. by Captnlti Mairjnt ins
lss. "i-ood-ltv e swts t heart " b-- Itboiia hrougton loo
ls6, Dai hi coppetlleld, bv chtirles DKkens vnc
1S7. Nnnon. by Alexander Dumas ino
lss. tno fwlss Family lloblnsuii lite.
Is9. Henry Dunbat. bv MKs lirodon loo
190. Memoirs of a Phjsli 1-111, by Alex Dumiin 8uo
191. The 1 hree cutters, by cnplnln Mnriyat P 0
192. tboonii Irators. by Alextiriiiet Dumas loe
193. Heart of Midlothian, sir ttnliir Scott 2i'o
194. No Intentions, bt Piorenti-Murrynlt 100
195. Isabel of Mavarla, bv Ieander Duma leo
19(. Mchul.vs lcklcby, by Char'es Pickens 2ic
197. Nancy by itlimta llrutighton tec
I9S.het'lerslnCanada.bycatt.'itn Marrvat 100
199. Cloisters and the IWartli. bv Chas Pernio 2nc
200.1110 Jionk, ny .Matthew u. Lew 1.-. 31
Monk Ix-wlst, pie
801. Catharln." Ilium, by Alex Pumas 1110
202 Mr. tilllll's 1 o storv by Ciorgo II lot W.
303. Clot-ternnd tho Hearth, bj Chas. 1 larto sue
21H. 'I ho Young l.lanern. w. H. (I. Kingston IPo
KH.THU mj stories 01 farts, list naif) by tuceno
sua. 1110 inyttenesot pans, (2d lioit) ty Kuceno
8110 2 '0
200. Prison of Asps, by 1 lorct ce Marrj at lnc
207. Thu Children of tho New Fuiit by IC.ipt.
2 us. Norm biiii sourn, ny Mrs. rin.kill 2ik-
209. A Jewel ota Olrl 100
210. Young Mu'grave.hv Mrs. oilnh.iut lnc
211. ltnndnlph i.onlon, bv "(luliU1- 1110
!12. Prigadler Frederhk. le Krokmtnn-Chatrlan loo
21a. iiarnauy ituoge. runs, nici-eiis vno
214 wtnsiowe, v) .Mrs. 1.11111 Aiums lec
215. it rds or prey, bv ?ns ihniiuoti too
216. 1 igen'isi r 1110 muck Hnlili, iiv.irmes drat tlor
217. Tuesad Fortuinsnf liev. alius barton. In
(icorge Knot too
21S. Dr.mbey an.l Ron, by Chsrlcs niclens '.nc
219. .mj-own i;miii, ny m rem- .Mmijiil 10
2211. tiei rgo Cantetburj'H M'I, bj
221. Pisir Zeph, by F. w. lb 1 Insen
lei. iisi ot inn MoiuciiiM. uv J p. coon r
223. The .Murrlae-eVei ilu t bv Dinnus
224. 1 he in er 1 lyer. bi .1 P.Co"ier
s. two p. Minus, ny w kin 1 ou ns
226. Hie Path Plinler, b.v P. I Looter
m. Iliintiah, In Miss Mu'fi'k
22s. 'I he I'egri.Cs D itighl. r, I y Hum is
229. T he Plurteers bv .1 1 1 11 m ne rm.rer
230. l.litle (ir.md and tliu .Mun hLiuvs,
1. Til" Prairie, bv .1. tVi.lirnH l'i 00 r
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bll.AH W, MCIIPSIIY
JOHN lii:i;Vi:n, ComV
J(H. K. HANDS.
OCt,l '1S-SIW AIIAI.( VIJa.AlllA.4k
BLOOMSBTTRG, PA., FJRIDAT , NOVEMBER
TIIK POINT OK HONOR.
A HTOHV OPTIln PAST.
Shortly after Waterloo lmil been fought
one of imr Kngllsh tegitnenls (which had
tnketi n uillngulsheil part 111 tlntt gn-nt vic
tory) stationed in a Medlterrnbean ptrrlson
giilneil nn unenviable notoriety thero by n
slldilen tntinla for dtlcllitit: thnt broke out
ninong ils tillicers, nml which tliieatetied to
become so chronic in its character ns seri
ously to interfere with ihedlsclpllne of the
corps. Qnatrels were lltterally 'inailo to or
It r' nt intss time for the most trilling nlf.ilrs,
and scntct-ly a day jiaseil without a hostile
meeting taking place, which lh Colonel
a weak-minded man txprcs-nl liimelf
P'tv. criers Id in;vent. Itnlecil he had nl
rcady been sent to 'Coventry' by bis sub-
orJinat.w, which, as our runhrs tloubtleis
know, is a kind of social cx cuinnniiilcatinn
that, when nctnl upon in an English regi
ment, generally ends in the retirement from
tho corps of the individual ou whom it fills.
whs so in this instance, fur the Colonel
siw that tho vendelta-llke conduct of his
officers towards him wan gradually divesting
him of all authority in tin eves of his men ;
iidtislicliBil tinno lint his social inferiors
to whom he could turn fur counsel and ad
vice, he was compelled lo rcliiiiiiih his
coinmiiiid and return to Knglatid. On atti-
vol in this country he lost no lime in ir .
cecding to the Hrr-o (iunrds, where he
siiiiL-lit end guined un Interview with Uie
Dill e of Wellington, to whom b give a
graphic nccount of the s'atc of alfairs which
existed in the regiment ho had just If ft.
Tne Iron Duke listened attentively to tho
narration, anil knitted his brow 111 anger ns
tho Colonel related the story of the duelling;
and when Hie latter had finished speaking,
he exclaimed in an unmistakably stern and
unci'iiiiroiiii.siiiL' tone : It is your laiilt,
ir ! Ynu should have broorht -onii- uf the
rinpkndir- to a court-martial and cashiered
them on the spot. You luive sadly nealetled
your duly, and that is a tiling which I never
L ho uoionel lelt the Horse utiarus in a
very crestfallen state, and he was hardly
surprised when he saw lit the next UazeUc
the aniiouncenient that "His Majestv had
no further need of his services."
In the meantime tho Duke had obtained
an audience of the Prince Regent, to whom
lie explained the condition of affairs in con
nection with the regiment in question. The.
re.-ult was that Colonel A , a well known
martinet, then on half pay was sent for and
the circumstances explained to him : the
Prince offering him the command of tho reg
iment 011 condition that he would under
take to cure the duelling propensities of its
ollicers. Colonel A was delighted at the
prospect of active service, and lie willingly
accepted the task assigned to him, it being
understood that he was to be granted, u roy
al Indemnity fur anything serpjus ' which
might happen to anybody in his endeavors
to put a stop to tlio duelling. Ho was a
man of high reputation, and hud previously
held other difficult commands, being kuown
throughout the army as a good soldier but a
fcucn was tho oiu soldier s feeling at tne
special honor conlerred on him that on leav
ing St. .lames' Palace ho actually forgot to
return the salute of tho sentinels 'posted at
the gates, to tho great astonishment of the
lalltr, who knew ids punctilious habits,
On Ills arrival at the garrison he lost no
time in making himself ncipJainted with his
brother ofliccrs. Ho had already laid out
his plan of action in his own mind, and was
fully determined to allow- nothing to swerv
him a hair's breadth Irniii the path of duly.
At the tiirss table he behaved with studied
poliietie-s and amiability of manner, and hi
subordinates indicated Hint they were gre.it'y
pleased witli thtir nfw ciimmiindi r. He
cluitleil pleasantly witli ail, ir.in the senior
tm-jiir down In tlio ynunget ctsign, and
when the cloth was reunited regaled them
with the hitet go.-ip and doings uf I.onjun
society. Define they spar.ited for the night
however, he took the opportunity of inform
inglhem.in a verj quiet inaiiiif r,thnt ho had
heard ot (he frtipient duels which had taken
place in tin- corps, and that it -.i 1 11. ed a mat
ler 1 I limit V. him Hint tliey .'el nut live
in peace mid amity. "However," Ii su.l
'"il it be your wi.h, gentlemen, to light out
your quari. Is in this way, I nliull inurpi
no ohsi.icle to your doing so Hut tin cm
only be by your pledging your word ol hou
or now to the elfcct that in tho future 110
duel shall take placo without my permission
having been first obtained, As I am your
Colonel, it is necessary that my authority
should be acknowledged in all that relate
to Hie honor of the rcutincnt."
Iho ollictrs looked at each other and then
nt the Colonel, and a somewhat emtinrras
ing silence ensued ; but it was linken by
Colonel A , who said : "Don't ha afraid
Unit I shall refuse your request j 011 the con
trary, I bhall only bu too pleaied to grint
my permission if, on examining tho facts of
the case, I find sufficient reason to think
that tho applicant's amour propo has been
wounded and that a hostile meeting Is in
At theso reassuring words the youug fire
eaters were satisfied, and at once, gave the
promise demanded; and Colonel A
thtu retired to his chamber, where, over
come Willi the fatigue of a rough voyage, he
soon found hlmselt snugly ensconced In the
arms of Morpheus.
Ou the following morning he was rather
rudely awakened from a refreshing slumber
by a loud rapping at the chamber idoor
and on challenging bis early visitor, ho wni
Iiiliirmed tlut it was Captain Lord Vellum
and Knuign Warbottle who wished to speak
to him ou u matter of the gravest impor
'You might have chosen a moro pnnveiv
lent hour for your visit, gentlemen," said
the Colonel, who was naturally loath to rise
from his bed at o o clock on tho first morn
lug after his voyage.
"It is an 'affair of honor,' Colonel," was
Hid significant reply, "and cannot he delay
ed, Wo beg you will you admit us intan
The ColoiK I rose and opened the door to
the early comers: Tl'ejjivero two handsome
young men, who had on the previous even
Ing already attracted Colonel A ' atten
ti'iti by Hie extreme frIeniUIuss ivhidh they
exhibited for ach other. They rcpeclfiilly
saluted their coiniiiandiiig nlheer us Hi
eutf red the room, and tho latter 1 rofce an
awkward silence by demanding uf them tie
I otjtct ol Ihelr villi.
Ensign Warbottle Again raised hU hand
ln saluto as he replied: "We havo oime to
alk your permission to fight, Colonel."
''Indeed 1" oxclalmed Cilonel A . "I
thought you were great friends."
"Yes, Colonel, we have heon most Inti
mate friends from our youth upward," said
Lord Vellum, "and wo respect each other
very sincerely ; but we have had a dispute,
aud, our wounded honor must be salUlitd."
"Then I picsuuio that something very ser
ious must have occurred, gentlemen, lo make
the only remedy for it a recourse to tho pis
"It is indeed a very scrioui matter, Colo
nel," replied linsigu Warbottle; "and It is
this : After you had It ft the table last night,
wo chatted over what you had told us about
the doings in London lately ; and, in tho
enthusiasm of the moment, I remarked that
I should like tu be there, riding at the head
uf a troop of Life Guards, and escorting the
Prince Regent, with my silver helmet glit
tering iu the sun and my drawn sword in my
hand. Whreupoti Lord Vellum said with
a sitter that 1 was u feilher-bed soldier, and
that a leather helmet would bo quite, gool
enough for such as 1. I took no notice of
this lematk; hut I was annoyed and excited
aud when ho fur'lier a-setted lhat tho olli
cers of tile Lite Guards wore bra-s helmels,
human nature could stand it 110 longer, and
gate, him the lie. He retaliated by strik
ing tne 011 tho face, an insult. Colonel A ,
which juslifu-s me, I think, in demanding a
lojtile moling." The la-t words neresaid
10 a iiiaiiner.wlucli admittid of only one
uiea"iog, and the two yoiinir otfiuers cx-
uhiiiiged glances of mutual hatied amide
"It is indeed grave, gentlemen," senten
ii-lj remarked the. Colonel ; "the helmets
worn by the olllctrj of His Majesty's Life
Guards are neither silver nor brass but
white inetnl lacquered with silver-gilt; hut
this Information will not, I presume, alter
tlie position of all'.tirs. Dj you still wish to
fight the question out?"
"Certainly, sir 1" excl.imsd tho two offi
Very well,' replied Ilie Colonel, gravely
Far be it froui me to interpose any obstaclo
to vour moeting, gentlemen ; but this duel
must be a serious one, as benefits so impor
tant a question as Life Guards' helmetsyind
not an affiir resulting in a mere scratch, a
I am given to understand is generally tho
case in the.se .quarrels. Remember that you
aro Iiriiish ollicers, and not Spanish bravos
and that tho honor of a Urilish officer can
only bo via Healed by the death of his oppo
nent. Go, gentlemen, and fight jour duel,
and I will meet the survivor on hisj-eturn.
The two young men saluted thu Colonel
und retired. A law minutes aftewards they
nnd their soot ds were seen hurrying off
to the placa of meeting a spot which is
known in the garrison to this day as 'Duel
Three hours later Colonel A went
duwn into the parade ground to inspect tho
regiment, aud ho was surprised to see both
Lord Vellum und Kuiign Warbottle
amongst the ofliccrs who approached him
to give their morning salute. The latter had
his arm in a sling ; and to the stern inqui
ry of Colonel A as to whether the dutl
had yet taken place, ho replied with a forced
smile lighting up his face, 'Yes, Colonel;
his lordship has given mo a nasty scratch
'A scratch in the arm !' exclaimed tho
Colonel contemptuously. And doyoucill
thnt lighting do you call that fight
ing? An 1 for so important a question as tn
tho helmets of his .Majesty's life guards I
Ilah I It is nothing I This matter must oe
fought overagjiiu, under pain of instant dis-
missil from thu tervice it my order is dis )-
'Hut' begun L"rd Vellum, altepipting
lo expre-s bis satisfaction at the reparttinn
his wounded hutiorhud nceivid.
li'it mn no huts, "-niitleiinin 1' exclaim"-!
theOiiloiie! angrily. ' hive Iho Princes in
i-!riicti'us mi this piint, und it is for ymi 10
vindicate your own honor in a proper man
tier, or retire disgraced Irom His Jlajest)
s.-rweo ' j
Tni alternative was not lo lie tin uht of
and it need scarcely be said that the youti
fire eatersch'nsi rather to light iialn than be
e.phiir!. The do. I was fought again, this
tim Lord Vellum was shut through the b 1 ly
a v.- und which had .laid him 011 a tic:.
bid Oir ' ' niiiiilhs.
Daring this long period many quarrels bad
taken place at the mess table, some,
of which bad bien "ttllfd bv tho Coluiiel
neliti,j as 'atb'llr.ilor;' mid -others stood ovir
for hi piri'i'iissiiur to light a permission
which he r jfm '. to grant u itil the result of
L 'rd Vellum's illness should becoma kno. 11,
III the meantime, Colonel A had cam-
niuiiicafcl with tho Duko of Wellington,
fro.11 whom l.c neeived explicit iustrctions
to carry tjio matter out to tho bitter end, ns
the only means of pu'ling a stop to a mat
ter which was fast becoming a world-.widt
Lord Veilum was carefully attended to
during Ids illness by lils "fikudand cnemv"
Kiisigu Wilrbotlle, to whoso effjtts he not
only owed his life, but was en ibleil at the
end of tno months to tako a short walk
every morniil.' Ills recovery theu proceed
ed 'rapidly, and ho 30011 became enabled to
walk without any support whatever,
The two friends were walking together
one nnrning, when they suddenly found
themselves face lo'face with Col. A .
"Ah, gentlemen, good morning!" ex
claimed tho latter. "I am' delighted to see
hU lordship out agiln, especially a It will
ii&iv enable you to finish your all'alro d'hon
netir 111 a more satisfactory manner."
The yotiifg'tilHccH scarcely believing their
owii ears, were for a time struck dumb with
astonishment,- and they gazed at each other
and at the Colonel with looks of bewilder
"You see, gentlemen," said the Colonel,
gravely, that this question of the LifeGuurd
helmets is uf such importance that I deemed
it advisable, since his lord-ihip's' illness, to
write to the Duke of Wellington on the
subject; and I have hear his Grace's orders
that the duel should be renewed again anil
again until the life uf one of thu combiit
ants has been forfeited." A he spoke, Col,
A drew from the breat pocket of his
costj a Urge letter, be.itlii $ on its envelope
the wotda "Ou his Majesty's service," iu
large black letters, and in unu corner tho uu
lice In red Ink, "Very urgent."
'Hut,'" said the young ensign, "his lord
ship hss not recovered yet, liesldes "
"When one can wait," inteiuptid the
Colonel,"oiie"o hi also lira 1 ll'a pisnd; a d
it is not conducive to the ii tires sod dig
nity ut tuvcrvicetbatix)iuportautaquc-
, . " - . . 31 LW'V9&!AJAjTjrMMMUL&vmwMjnxmiaiMmmmirmn'immn
lion ni tho equipment of His Majesty's;
bodyguard should any longer bo left unde
cided." Tho two young officers, who had cemented
their friendship anew during the period of
illnes,here took each others hands and gar.ed
long and silently into each other's face.
Colonel A turned away to hide his
emotion ; for being really possessed of a
kindly disposition lie begin to regret tho
stern and unbending p-irt lie had hen called
upon to perform. P.rushlng the signs of his
weakness from his eyes, ho turned onco
morn towards tho yoini officer and said :
"Gentlemen, I havo orders from Kinthtm to
supersede you In the regiment to which we
all have (ho honor to belong; and I am on
ly ve the execution of these otders on
conditio-, that the duel is renewed, as al
ready stated. Your honor is absolutely In
your own liaii'ls and you must chof se your
own course. I leave you to decide, lrentle-
men, what thai course will be, and bid jou,
lor ihc (ii- nit, adieu. ' 8,, siving the Col
o-iel left the cno friends to decide upon their
own tile. I hey tiltiniii'ply ileci led to con
siilc wiilt their brother t.IIicers on the sub
ject, and to be guided by the general opiu-
ion. The opinion turned out to bo in favor
of another fight ; and they once more pro
cevdei 10 the place of mo-'tiilg, each menial
ly resolving nut to injure the other, but each
exehanainj portraits ii'id letters for their
friends. Th fa' tl weap ms iwrediscowed
and r.iisigii W.u'ju'.tle fell to the earth with
a -hoi thrnti h the hcirt;
Tho grief of Lord Veihpn k-iew no"
u mini', r,,r .e.rwb-n led to believe thnt
the bids had be-n withdrawn from the pis
tols. He thro-.v himself ou the Inanim-ite
holy of ids friend, an 1 cotil 1 with gro.it dif
ficulty b rem ived t'l-refrom. At length he
was conducted to the lio..se of a married olfi
c?r, and Irom there he indited a letter to
Colonel A , tendering his resignation
and repro.tchios tlio latter with the death of
Th sun" afternoon, Colonel A as-
lombled the other officers, aud addressing
himself especially to those whoso applica
tions to light were in suspension, declared
himself ready to grant oua mora permission
on the ame condition as the other, namely,
that "for honor's sake," the combatants
should I'uht to the death. In the pause
whic'i eusiiid, one officer after another salu
ted tho Colonel respectfully, then retired as
silently us they cime, leaving him alone in
the moss room and master of tho situation.
It was n rude 'csstm which these officers
had received, but it fully accomplished its
purpose, and from that day to this duellin,
has been almost unknown in the l!riti-h
HISTORY UF C0UIMI1IA t'tlUNTY.
Recruited in Montour county.
I Coin ticil.
Silus R Ilurlniaii, October 3, 1S01, killed
at Cedar Cicek, Virginia, October 19,
Martin V .Murray, October !!, IMP, promo
ted to corporal January 1, 1S00, wound
ed at Chiir-loiMi, Virginia August 21
I KIM, killed at Petersburg, April 2,1800,
Ju'm H in-diet, I'Miiu-try 29, ISO I, tr.ms
ferred from company (i, Ooiober 2
180 1, mustered mil with company June
L D llaiighiiwi'iit, Ootoher 3, 1801, dischar
ged on surgeon's certificate June 11,
Joseph L Ilale, October 3, 1801, dl-ohnrjed
011 surgeon's certificate January 11,
Aor Joseph SOiioliAr 8, LS.il, dr.ifi.il
npisterel o !' vlth o-imp tny ,I iuo27,
Au'd Junes, October !!, K5l, dl-chared no
surgeon's ejJtilie.lrf I)i ce.nb- r 21. 1802.
Amm'-im-in John.O-toher 21.1SM1, ili-charg-oi
on surgeon's eerotifliite Ju-ie 2-,
Albns-ht James. August 20, 1803, dr i'led,
dl-chur.'o.l ou siirjeon's eerMhValn .line
I t, ISO.',.
i'.rocius Luther?, October 21, 1801, prison
er May to October 27, I'O.'i, mustered
out with company JiitH27,ISH-'etcraii.
Illu'i Thomas II, February 25, 1801, muster
ed out with company .Turin 27, 1805.
Rratit IIcnry.Noveinbtr 20, ISO!, sub, wun
ded at Petersburg, Virginia March 2.'),
1805, mustered nut with company Tuna
Ilrobat John R, February 10, ISO I, muster
ed out with company Juno 27, 1S05,
Hrmllie.nl Daniel W, Oclnbtr 13, ISCI.draft
ed, woimilid Rt lVttrsburg, Virginia,
April 2, ISO I, mustered out with com
pany June 27, 1S05,
Itehney Hpliralin. l'Miiuary 27, 1805, mus
tered out with company Juno 27, ISO"),
lilatchley Samuel, February 27, 1S05, mus
tered out with company June 27, ISO).
Ilerger Oniric, Du cmber 25, 1801, dischar
ged 011 surgeon's certificate July 21,
Heal Ciiirad, September 20, 1801, draft
ed, wounded tit Po'crsburg, Virginia,
March 25, ISO'S, dl-i'bargtd by general
order June 7, 1805.
Uucklcy William, September 20, ISOI.draft
ed, wounded at PeUrMiurg, Virginia,
March 25, 1S05, disohnried by general
order June 20, 1MI5,
Ilamhart Henry O, October 21, 1SC1, dhd
nt Danville, Pa .March 5, 1801, viter.in.
Hear Jo-t ph, October 27, laOI, i.iUsli, In
aoliou al Fair Oak, Virginia, May HI,
Ilruuiit-r Jacob L, Annual 4(1,183.3, discharge
td by general order Juu 13, St!5.
Uruglitr Udw.ird IMmiwy 17, 1701, not
on muster out roll.
Culp John, Fcbrutiy 20, 1801, mii-lfred
out with company .lull 27, IMJj.
Campbell .film W, is'jvuiulicr It, 1801,
drnl'iel, iiuitMil out wllh company
June 27, lf03.
Canada .la m D, O tuber 3, 1SGI, inu.!r-
ed nil wiih 10 opauv Ju'ie 27, 1SU5.
Calderwo ! K I 's.N'oio nb. r 10, 1801, draH
ed, 111 os-er. d out Wi.h 0 m.j any June
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THE'cOLUMniANi-VOIi. XII, NO. 42
WULUIH111AUWIUIIIIAT, UL,. AMU, ISIJ,
Cornellson Jacob, February 21, 18C5', mus
tered nut with company June 27l8fi".
Cleaver Alcm 1), November 12, 1801, dis
charged on surgeon's certificate1 Sep
tember 23, lPu'2.- - 1
Cornlsh'George, January 28, lfifll, discharg
ed on surgeon's certificate 1802.
Culp William, February 21, 1801, killed nt
Wilderness May 0, 1804.
Cllno Charles D,Sepiember 8, 1801, tiitd at
at Washington 1) 0, December 20,
1804. : -3
Driver-Augustus, NovcraberllG, 1801, draft.
ed, dlscnarged by general order May
30, 160-i. j
Daugherty James, November 23, 1801, mus
tered out with company June 27, 1805.
Delterlck Charles F,Sovemberr2fl,lS04, sub,
died' at City Point, Virginia, March 20,
or wounds received at Petersburg, Vir
ginia, Mar. 25, IS05.
Dauby James, Novcrabjr'3, 1831, sub, do-
serled I'ebruarv C, 188 1.
Kckenmde Joseph, November 29, ISO I, sub.
wounded at Petersburg, Virginia; Mar.
2 ), lS-G.1. !iiiiterd c,ul with, company
June 27, lHtij. ; , ,
Everett Philip, bjtuber flj iso'l, 'mustered
out Oatgber 27, 1801, expiraiiou. of
Everhnrt Nathaniel R, October ft" 1S01, djs.
-. chartilon nurgeou's certificate October
Ecknmti Pnllip H.O itoher ,1, 1S01, killed at
Fair O.ik-, Virginia, May HI, 1802.
Freeze Henry F, October 2!), 1801, di-clmri:
' ed'on surgeon's crrtilicaiu tjepteujbr 15,
Foley rhophilus J, October 3, 1801, ills
charged on surgeon's certificate 18i52.
Flauigu'i Wilson, October 3,1801, ili-charg
ed on -tircon's certificate June 14 113
Foley Charles E, November 2, 1,-01, div
charged November o, 1802.
Fortner Harris II, -N ivember 21, 1801. died
at Washington. D C, January 3, 1M12
Frame Robert II , February 25, 1604, killed
nt Petersburg Virginia, March 25,1Sri5
Fryrnire. William, Octnber 21, 1801, c! s-r
td January, 1802
Fitzpatrick James, November 3, 1804 sol,
deserted February 5, 1805
GulicChirhs V, October 21, 1801, mtnter.
cdjout with company June 27, 1805,
Gibbs.sjheldoti T, October 3, 1801, discharge
on surgeon's certificate October 15,
Garrow John, died atCily Point, Virginia
March 20, of wound received nt IV.
tersburg March 25, 1805.
Garra James, Decemher 1. 1804, sub. desert
ed F-ibriiary 3, 1805.
Hower Uriah, October 27, 1804, mustered
out with company June 27, 1S05.
Hanna James, November 18, 1SG4, drafted
mustered out wllh company June 27,
Hannou William, November 10, 1801,
drafted, mustered out with company
June 27, 1805,
Hummel Henry, February 13, 1805, wonn
ded at Petersburg, Virginia, April 2,
1805, niutcrcd out with companj June
Henry William, Octotar 3, 1801, discharged
on sureoi's certificito April 23, 1S02.
Hower John J, October 3, 1801, promo'.td to
Coinnii-ssry Sergeant July 1, IS04,
mustered 'out with comniny June 27,
Hoover Jieoh I!, September 0, 1801, desert
ed Ni.vemb. r 12, ISO!.
Harvey Fmncii'j, November 21, 1801, sub,
d.-erted Fi-btuarj-3,' 1805. ,
Jones William"!" March' 14, 1801, mttstei
nl out with company June 27, 1805.
Jones P. iberl K, November 21, IsOl, draft
td, mustered out' with coiuplny June
27, ll'.5 "
Job is 11 .linns II, O'tnbo' " ISOl.'ilischarg-
cd hi tr.'c-ni'.s certlfica'.e
Jitikiux lloiii-i-l, O.-lnlier 21, 1,801, inns. ;
ler di'u- Ojt.ibi r 27, 180 1, 1 x,iir.triiiii
Johns.. 11 Tolii.n P, September 27, 1804,
dr.tfU'd, in. ml. d nt Petersburg, Virgin
ia, M 1 r vU -' 1805, disc'naigs'I Oy gen
eral irler June 25, 1805.
Juhii.0,1 Ji.-lisju I!, October 21, IS.il ,
wounded tit iiillert-e-s .M.y.Uth,
LSiil,, a id at F sher's Hill, Virginia,
sj-pieiiiher 22, 1S01, ilind O.tolnr 13,
1801, buried ill National Cem tery,
Wuict es'rr, Virginiii( lot IS.
Kreigh (ieoi-,, D, Oc i ll r 21, ISOl.dis.
charge I 011 surgeiiti'aitriiticiicSrpti'in
bcr 5, IM12.
Kline ,M;ij, Ocigbir 3, 1S01, discharged on
surgeon's certificate Sepleiuhcr 22, 18(12.
Kliuu Daniel, October 21, 1801, uiu-tPrcd
out October 27, 1 801, expiration of
Kultz Samuel II, October 3 'Gl, kilied'nt
Fair Oaks Miy 31, 02, buried in Na
tional Cemetery, riaveu Pines, Section
R, lot 120.
Knerr William, October 3, '01, captured al
Chancellorsville Virginia .May !!, lt-03,
died at Danville, Pa. August 23, '03.
Kirst Samuel, Octobet 3, '01, dcsirttd July
Lebo Franklin, October 12, '01, inustereti
nut with company June 27, '05, veteran.
Lynn Henry. February 21, 'Gl. wounded at
Spottsjlvani.i Court Houe, Virginia,
May 12, '01, mustered out with compa
ny Juno 27, ''05
Lehman tlpy A, November 2(1, '01, sub,
mustered out witli co.npany June 27,
Leisfiirlng II II, October 3, '01, wounded at
Fair Oaks, Virginia. .May 31, '(!.', dis
charged on purgeon's certificate O.-tuber
Loiby liarman, February 20, '02, discharg
ed 011 surgeon's certificate September
Lawrence John, October 3, '01, discharg
ed on surgeon's certificate Noumbir
Lshmau Henry O, September 21, '01, draft
id, di.cbaiged 011 general order June
Levers John, Oetcbr r 3, '01, di-clmrpesl ou
surgeon's ceillflcate February 7, '03,
Ltprreuue liarman 1", October 21, not 011
inn. Kr nut roll.
Mviuch Thomas M, Octvber 3, '(11, n-mUfp
ed out wllh couipauy J 11 tie 27, '05jT
Miller Pcrcivl,Fliru'iry 1, 'Cl.wuifil at
Fair O.1 L May 31, '02 and at Dpujua,
Virginia, Srptguibrr 19, '01, muster!
out wiih company June 27, '071.
Moore Jameo U, Njvcniber2, 01, dlseharg-
on migeioi'o t.l 1 ifu ate Noven, btr 0,
Miilo- IYukHn, r.pei..ber 8, IM14, dis
chargtd hy euirul order Jyue 2l, Cj.
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sMIIIer Henry, August 13, '02, wounded at
Wilderness, Virginia, May 5, 'CI, dis
charged by general order Juno 20, '65.
Mutcholcr Joseph R, October 3, '01, died
June 28, of wounds received at Fair
Oaks, Virginia, May 31. T.2.
.Miller Joseph D, October 3, '01, died May.
2o, of wounds received at Spotsylvania
Court House, Virglula, May 18, '04,
burled at Alexandria, grave 1038, vet
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Oppqua, Virg'nla, September 19, 'C4.
Morrill Thomas, October 3, '01, died June
14, of wounds received at SpotUylvanla
Court House, Virginia, May 12, '04,
Miller John, October 3, '01, not on muster
McAllister Andrew G, November 18, '04,
dratted, mustered out with compauy
June 27. '05.
McFalridge Michael, November 18. '04.
drafted, wounded at Peter-burg,
Virginia, April 2, '05, mustered out
with company June 27, '05.
MtiO.ure Pnllip II, October 21, '01, died at
Fo-lresj Mouro.', Virginia, September
Oiiinii I'eter P, October 3, '01, missing in
acti 'i it Fair 1 1 Iks, Vi, Mty 31, 18G2
Perriu Richard, October 3, '01, discharged
ou s irgcou.s certificate April 11, '02.
Pattou Job 1 W, September 20, '04, drafted,
disclurgcd mi general otder June 20,
Peru 11.! Jo-epli II, September 0, '04, dls
Lhaiged h) general otder June 20, '05.
Petinsj-1 K,i, October 8, '01' wounded at
Fair Oak, Virginia .May 31, '02, died
at lliltlm ire, Maryland, July 5th,
Phillies Join, , o.-ti.ber a, '01, missing
iu iiaioti ut Fair Oaks, Virgiuia, May
Rtuisey iteubui, Deccmbar 20, 'Gl, wound
el at ''banc II rsville Virginia, May
3, 1803, uibsieruil tut with company
Juna 27, '03, vetera-i
Ri'cl.i' .1 .cull (1, Ji.ne I, '0-1, drafted, mus
1 t I out .t 11 ctuipany June 27, '05.
Rliady Joseph, Novcmbir 20, cl,ub. mus-ten-1
, u v. Itb compauy June 27, 'g5.
Riiih S 11, October 3, '01, wounded at
Fair Oak, Virginia, May 31,'g'2, di
cb'iriril on siirceou's ceriificatr Septcm
Rishel Charles R, October 3, 'ol. Ji.'charg
ed ni siirireon's certitfeate February 16,
IltyuoiiJs Allied, OcloOer 21, 'Gl, killed at
Fair O.sk", Virginia May 31, o'--
a .tj will, m, n - ,ii. r 3, 'fjl, mustered out
wiih ciniipniiy Juno 27, 'fi5, veteran.
tfienafu .liimi, O-tober 24, '(jl, musteresl
ceil iri, c o'i. ntiy June27, '65, veterans
Stephens Wild ,m, October 21, ol, wounded
at Fair Oik-, Virginia, May 31,62,
. miHteied '.ut with company June 27,
.Slay lVier, F;bnuiry 25 01, mustered out
with c impaiiy June 27. '(Jo, vetegan.
Swank Imhc, Fel'riisry 25, ol, wounded at
Wilderness, Virginia May 5, 'flS and
at PrtVrs'ourg April 2, '0-5, mustered
out with company June 27, c5.
Shi-slrr Jnnr. February 2-3, 'ol, wound d
at Wilderness, Virginia May C", ol. aud
at Pettrsbnig, Virginia, April 2, 'c-5,
mustered out with company June 27,
Shalfrr John L, Ftbruary lfl, 'c4, mustereil
out with company June 27, 'G5.
Sylvester Charles, November 12, 'q4, sub,
discharged by general order June 14,
Sterlr I'cler, June 7, 'ol.drafted, dipharged
by general order August 2, ISfiS.
8'iolet Oniric L, Ojtoher 25, 'ol, discharg
ed on surgeon's certificate July 7, '02.
Stephens Charles, October 21, 'gl, discharge
J- - ed on surgeon's ccniflcate September
t 13 V. .
Spernng .1 cnh ll.Octuuer -J, 01. di-charc-
i d on sn'geon's certificate Ju'y 20, '02.
Smit'i Williai.., O.'tob. r 24, 'ol, wounded at
Pi-lnr'- Hill, Virginia, September 22,
'(',1. di-charued on surgeon's certificate
June 1 1, '(j5, veteran.
Sdchler William W, wounded at Fi-her'a
1 Hill, Vltginia, Nuvtmber 3, 'f,4, dis
charged on stirgiou'e ctrtificate June 14,
Sujder Liiiibut P, Septen,b?r 0. 'G. tJI
chargul by treucral order Juno 20, 'c5.
Snyib r IlMiry F, October 3, 'ol, died June
19, 'G'2 at Wlille Hoti-e, Virginia.
Snyder William M, O.dn'oer 3, 'ol, killed at
Williamsburg, Virginia May 5, 'o2.
Shl-sler Klward, October Vol, died
10, of wounds received at Wilderness,
Wulnis, May 5, 'ol, veteran.
Snvdcr John C, October 3, 'ol, died October
14, ,ol at Danville, Pa. veteran.
Shannon John M, October 3, 'ol, discharg
ed by general older May 11, 'oO, to date
October 3, 'ol, expiration of term.
Taylor Jonathan W, September 2o, 'C4(
ilrslted, tjischarged by general order
June 20, C5,
Turner William, October 21, 'ol, wounded
at Fair Oaks, Virginia May 31, 'G2,
drowntd October 5, 'fl2 at Point Look
Tittle O-car,-October 3, 'fll. killed at Ope
qui", Virginia, Seytember 19, V,l, vet
eran. Varus Valentine, November IS, 'G-4,draRed,
mil -tired out witli company June
Williams John W, December 1,V(1. aub-
wounded at Petersburg, Virginia, March.
25, 'o"), mustered mil' with coupary
.Li in 27, 'fi5.
Wile J inn, Novrn ber 2o, G t. BUh. mus-
tired out with company June 27, G5
Wii'tu ire J.ico'., Nisvember 18, 'cl.dralted,
imi-lernl cut with company June 27,
Wile Charles, October 3, 'fll, dLcharged
mi mrgtsiu's icrlificale January 3, 'o2.
Warmz Alem 11, October 21, Gl, discharged
on surgeon's certificate- April 11,'G'--Wajiierf
Ijrles, November 9,Gl, died July
14, '01 nt City Poitit, Virginia.
Wilson Thomas, November 30, 'c l siib.de
scried February 3, 'fl5.
Winner Robert, Dfccu.btr C. 'ol, tub. do-
.ert.ii Match 20, '05.
WirU 1-ratl. Od-.h.'r 3, 'cl, captured at
Chai, celioiille, Virginia, May 3, 'g3,
t xi haiigid, ilfM-rtcd, d tle iinknoHii.
Yomitf Hiram II, tub. ti.tjj.tt r-il 1 u with
oompniiy June 27, 'Gl.
The "Nuieiv-Thlid'' saw much and ardu.
oussyrviutt. The riumhera killed ami W( un
ties 1 iiiel n.d'ii'if in Ciiiipsny "H" roe
Hist the mm n Imjs in ihc front, 'J'iie
ollii'iai lit "1 .1 eag.oi.fnts i as r 1 s, iz:
Yors.Ii1, W i'i..i sbuii , F o ' Mai
vr.. iliil.l' .'e. ikbiiri:,Mi ,y Ilelghls
Hilciu H-ijil 's, (i uv-luirg, IVi.deriiesa
Spot!-' ii t ll.ib.r IV-ir barf, Op
tqua, Fi.,titra lliil und Cedar Cutk.