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THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
0, E. EliWELL, Elllars
J. K. BITTENBEUD2B, Ellwrs-
Frld ay, Tcc. 0. 1880.
H nth li miking a hit In London In his
rendition nl Klclielleit.
II took sovon woeka to rcmovo tho nlicllnk
from lt lauding place to Central Turk, New
The'Malns Repu.blic.Atn seem to havo glv
on up their contemplated contest, on techni
calities, of Qavernor Plalsted's election. At
loattlheyare very retlcont about It.
Whit a fino sight It must havo been to see
"the first Oiirlstaln President" walk off arm
in arm from the Washington clepotwith Hob
Clan. Grant's name has been mentioned
fir the scat of Sjnator Wallace In tho Uni
ted States Senate. Is there anything else
he c.n be named for ?
It has been proposed to croato offices fir
ex Presidents and Vico Presidents. Why
Hot appoint them all saugage Inspectors ?
Sins ige is something that needs constant
It is alleged that tho California Garfield
elector is an Ohio man, which of course ac
counts tor his being elected when the bal
ance of the ticket was defeated. Ohio beats
the Union for ptrong political runners.
The Now York Sun says that If Grant
must hare something let him be made Chief
of the Bureau of Detectives at Washington,
bocause "he kmws every dishonest post
trader and illicit distiller in the United
States." This is not the worst of the many
projects put forth in Grant's behalf. It opens
to him a fnld of usefulness far greater than
a sinecura in the senate or a bat full of
money dumped in his lap.
Considerable speculation has been indulge
ed in about the organization of the House
ot Representatives. But while the radicals
have the majority, and arc boasting ot their
great victory let us consider a moment in
what this victory consists. The present
House of Representatives under Democrat
ic management has been prolific, and a great
part of them are again returned. Samuel
J. Randall, the Speaker has shown by his
pursistence in defeating measures of the
radicals to have the good of the government
at heart, in opposition to the money loving
power against whom he contended. He has
probably saved to the Treasury more mil
lions than any one man in history. When
chairman of appropriations be began his
economical method and saved to the govern
ment thirty millions in a single fncal year,
and under his speakership the lobby (or an
teroom, where measures were perhaps se
cretly discussed and pledges made) has been
almost entirely extinguished. No subsidies,
no land grants, no extravagant doubtful
claims of any description have been grant
ed. In contrast is the Republican House
when Mr. Blaine was speaker and Mr. Gar
field, as chairman of appropriations, at
which time railroad grants were given in
profusion, and pavement contracts awarded,
draining millions from our treasury, and
members hoarding their land grant bonds.
Every day's report was full of accounts of
congressional corruption, until by protests
of the people tbey were swept out. Now
that the Republicans are in the majority
will these old rings appear 7 Will the sys
tem of grants and bounties again return?
The organization and formation of the cab
inet will speak to the people. Should the
cibinet be made U of monev loving men,
who care naueht for the welfare of the peo
pie, we must trust to our democratic leaders
who have shown by their just closing term
to be far superior in parliamentary exper
ience and ability.
In the Senate ther are so evenly divided
that a check may be put upon any enormous
measure tried by these office seeking and
self aggrandizing money-powered men, and
hence pave the way for the ultimate triumph
of the Democratic party.
Washington, 1). (I. November 30, 1SS0
General Garfield left this city for his home
yesterday. The generally accepted idea
now is that his visit here was for the pur
pose of consulting Mr. Hayes, and that he
came at the request of that gentleman. It
is believed that the message Mr. Hayes will
sena to Congress next Monday will be more
or less colored with the views of General
Garfield on several points on reform in
the civil service, on which subject of course,
the unsupported recommendations of Mr,
Hayes, who has violated every promise he
ever made in this connection would have no
we'ght whatever, on the course to be adopt'
ed towards the Sjuth.aud perhaps on other
points. In short, it is thought Mr. Hayes
wishel) to smooth the way for his successor.
The extraordinary care taken to keep this
annual message from the public shows that
unusual Importance is altachid to it, and in
the present peaceful and prosperous condi
tion of the country there would seem to be
no special reason for this if the message con
tains nothing but a cheerful resume of the
governments operations for the past year and
such milk and water suggestions as would
be evolved from the brains of the present
occupant of the hite House. This exam
pie of consultation between the retiring and
the incoming ruler isagood one, and will
doubtless be beneficial In many cases. In
this particular Instance of course, Garfield
will not learn anything, but it is something
to nave his idsas before the people and be
fore Congress in a tort of experimental way
for three month, so that, before he comes
to speak In his own name lie can tell better
how popular tbey are.
Ex-Senator Sprague has been in town for
a few days, and all sorts of designs, f'orn
commencing a divorce ult to advising Gen
eral Garfield as to the New England mem
ber ot his Cabinet, are named as objects of
his visit. Speaking of Cabinet officers, the
friends of Senator Blaine say that he will
name Representative Frye for Secretary of
Navy, and that t rye will drop his Scnato
rial and Sbeakership chances and accept the
place. The Maine Senator had the most pro
Iracted Interview ot last week with General
Tho leading daily newspapers of the couu
try will have an unusually expensivo staff
of correspondence here during the winter.
Tho southern papers especially, will be bet
ter represented than ever behre. On the
race for news and sensations connected with
government affairs the western dailies ou'-
atr p all others perhaps, iu some casos, hi
rsute tbe western invention Is livelier than
that of any other sections.
The l!rinlillran llonrbons.
It Is one of tho inWfortutirs of the return
of discomfited party to power that the nun
who wcro responsible for Its dWcomfituro, If
not dlsgraic,lnterprct the restoration of pop
ular cotifi lonce In the party s their own
recall to public lift. 0 icrcasou of this Is that
such men ctnnot bo made to see that their
own misdoings or evil council hal anything
to do with tho catastrophrjthcy regard them
selves aslnnocfiit victims of the failure of a
g'.ntral pl.itintul the restoration as their vin
d citlon. A man of tills sort is Mr. Bout
well, of Massachusetts, ex Governor, ex-
S nator and ix Secretary of the Treasury.
Mr. Biiltnell was heated very well In his
ihy. It was along way from the grocer's
shop in Grolon to tho head of tho financial
lepartmenlof tho government. Gradual as
It was, his promotion was rapid enough to
make him harbor the delusion that the Re
publican party, of which ho believed him
self a pillar, and the national government of
which he was an important part, could not
get along without him. His eyes were
opened to this delusion one fine day about
4 years ago, when his c'aims tor re-election
to tho Uiltcd States Senate were rejected
by the Massachusetts Legislature. Boutwell
relapsed Into obscurity as men of more mod
erate temper came to the front and tbe coun
try and his party were quite willing to have
him stay there, without caring a nlcule lor
his opinions, for he had retired on a vote of
want of confidence, and out of olli.'e he was
'nothing to nobody." With the adminis
tratlun which succeeded Grant's, and whose
peaceful methods and honesty, without par
ticular ability, induced tho people to give
the Republican party another trial, ho had
nosympathy. In the four years of its life
he did nothing except prophesy evil and
nominate General Grant for a third Presi
dential term. The victory just gained was
won In spltoof the ugly record that he had
helped to give his party and In spite of the
fact that he and the old crowd were still in
the party and persisted in making them
selves conspicuous in tho canvass. But
with victory, However won, the bummers
cinie to the front, and not only claim all the
credit, but presume to dictate tho policy
of the conquerors and terms to the con
In such a spirit Mr. Boutwell mounts a
stump placed at his command by the editor
of the Xbrth American Iteview and address
cs the people of the United States on "Tbe
Future of the Republican party." If the
policy that he prescribes is adopted i's
future will be short-lived. There are Bour
bons and Bourbons. Mr. Boutwell Is a Re
publican Bourbon. Thi Democratic Bour
bons sighed for things as they were 'befo'
the war.' Tbe Republican Bourbon sighs
for things as they were just after the war,
when loyalty was a cloak sufficiently cover
ing incompetency and tho loudest-mouthe-d
loyalist had tne surest hold on power and
the surest road to wealth. Mr. Boutwell
was one of the products of those time9, and
he wishes the order "As you werel"to be
passed along the line, so that to bim and
his kind may again be confided the trusts
of which they proved unworthy. How is
this state of affairs to be brought about?
Nothing Is easier. We must have another
revolution- The South must be poked at
and lashed until we have in its resistance a
pretext for another reconstruction of the
States that laid down the arms of rebellion
sixteen '.years ago. Under tbe well-worn
pretense of guaranteeing to every State a
republican form of government a Repuhll
can President and a Republican Congress
are to disregard ballots that have been cast
and make Southern representatsou in Con
gress Republican in politics. Mr. Bout
well's plan involves the rejection by tbe
House of all members whose feats are. taint
ed by violence and fraud, as he believes and
tbe party will be made to believe all South
ern Democrats are; tbe rejection by the Sen
ate of Senators whose own election may
have been fair, but who were chosen by
Legislatures to which exception can be
taken; and, if necessary, although Mr,
Boutwell does not say bo in so many words,
to use the means recommended by
him in a report to the Senate a few years
ago to remand the several Southern States
to a territorial condition. Of course the re
actionist is very careful to put his proprsl
tions In a euphemistic way, bo as not to
shock peoplo who have a lingering respect
for the Constitution of the United States
and a profound desire fur the peace of the
Union; but this is a fair statement of the
drift of bis article.
Such wild schemes for the subversion of
the Constitution and the reopening of tbe
wounds of sectional bitterness cannot have
condemnation too swift or too severe. It
may be urged that they only exist in
Boutwell's brain and that Boutwell is no
body now. Perhaps; but the significant
fact is in giving them to the public be
claims to speak for a large element of tho
Republican party an element in which ho
has been a master spirit. To this clement ho
claims and be mentions tyrant and Conk
ling as its leaders, modestly withholdljg his
own nameto this element he claims "the
success of the party Is due in the largest de
gree." Speaking for this element he de
clares, with an air of authority, that "a
policy of concession", of compromise, of con
ciliation will no longer be tolerated iu the
Republicin party.'' It is with such creden
tials and such a preface that ho outlines his
prcgramme. If he bad a copy of tbe Mentor
treaty, ol which we have heard so muc'i,
reduced to writing and in his pocket, he
could not lay down the policy of the com
ing administration with greater assurance.
We could not ask, however, for any better
way of dissipating such revolutionary ten
dencies as he teaches than their promuVa
tion under such auspices, and the finishing
stroke will be dealt by public opinion just
so soon as ttiey are made known by discuss
ion. The country, North and South, is tired
of sectionalism and longs for peace. The
rprtli, forewarned that poace la to be dis
turbed merely for tbe take of bringing a lot
of repudiated placemen back to official life,
will not lend Itself to any such scheme, but
be the more careful to encourage the mani
festations of good will that oome from the
South; and the South forewarned of the con
spiracy against her good name, will be
the more solicitous not to give cause for
Federal interference for partisan purposes,
in her affairs. Tho Uoutwells have come to
the front ton soon. They will be snubbed
for their ofliclousness and the country will
only suffer in tbe shudder at the thought of
what might have been if through the nomi
nation of Grant at Chicago and bis election
by some mysterious dispensation of Provi
dence this pestiferous set had been allowed
to sit agalu in the high places from which
they werotj-cted by a whirlwind of popular
Alabama is showing some symptoms of
having tired ot August elections, and will
doubtless fillow the majority of States and
bold her elections in November. This will
save ens election in Presidential year and
will be juit u advantageous at all other
Ohio has figured Itout that the wlllbo en
tirely able In keep tip tho supply of Presi
dents as long ns this country shall have any
"fed for them,
Is there no 1'cniisylvatilnn in tho Repub
lican party capablo to fill the position of
United Stales Senator? Is It possible that
they will be compelled to g abroad to find a
I Ion. David Mntt.it, one of tho men tout
to Indiana last Ojtob-r by tli.t llipubllcatu
to watch the Democrat Iswinti-d in the
Quarter Sessions of theOity of Pnil-ulelphia
bSit Is missing. The charge preferred against
this excellent tteptiblican statesman Is that
of changing and forging election returns of
last February, It Is now obvious that tho
Democrats of Indlaoa had a good watch
among them; and it can be easily judged
what he visited that State for.
The chief ohjec'lon of tho radicals of
France to the sonato Is that a portion of Its
membership Is for life, which they regard as
anti-democratic. P. is this featuro of the
French senate that certain snobs in this coun
try want to Imitate in proposing that ex-presidents
be mado senators for life. This ac
complished, tho' next step would be to fasten
ex cabinet ministers on the senato in the
same way until the senate would be con
verted into an aristocratic and exclusive
body, removod from all responsibility to the
peoplo. Any departure from the elective
principle in representative offices is fraught
with mischief in a republic. Such a sug
gestion can come only from admirers of ar
istocratic forms of government Patriot.
The death of Governor Williams will havo
the curious effect of giving the Democrats
the organizition of tho Indiana Senate with
the aswenl of tho Republican senators; since
it la only by this concession that the Re
publicans can get their now governor Into
office and a Uuited States Senator in plac
of McDonald. The Indiana Scnato being
a tie and the law requiring it to be organi
zed before tho governor Is Inaugurated, the
state will be left without a governor, at the
expiralon of the term of the liiutenant
governor who has taken Williams' place,
if tho Republicans of the Senate do not ac
cept a Demoeratic organization. As they
have also a senator to elect there cin bo no
doubt but that they will be very glad to be
very amiable, and that they will think
themselves very fortunate if tho Democrats
consent to any organization at all when
they can secure so great au advantage by
avoiding it. Lancaster Lttelligincer.
A New State.
Much talk is now indulged in regard to
to the division of Pennsylvania and tha
formation of a new Slate west of tha Alio
ghanies. It may be well to boar in mind that be
fore a new State can be firmed within the
jurisdiction of an old Stito the legislature
of tho State concerned, as well as tho Coag
rtssoflhe Uuited States, must consent to
West Virginia was formed without the
consent of the Legislature of Virginia, but
Congress was then confessedly acting "out
ofthe constitution," as Virginia was in a
state of war. Rut this will not be the case
Before the Legislature of Pennsylvania
consents to the dismemberment of this great
old Coramcnwealth, and adds an annual
burthen of two or three millions of dollars
to the already heavy load ot the people, the
men composing th.it would better hang
mill stones about their necks and cast them
selves Into the sea.
Their memory will be accursed forever.
Sun it Democrat.
Easton, Pa., November 30 Pardee hall
has been dedicated. Mr. Hayes and paity
arrived by special train about 11 o'clock, as
did also a large number of gentlemen from
Philadelphia, New York at.d Princeton.
The parly consisted of Mr. Hajcs and son,
Secretary Ramsey, General Sherman, Post
master General Mtiynardaud son, Third As
distant Postaia'tcr llazen, Asiistaut Su
perintendent of the Mail Service, Jameson,
General Cadw.ilhder, of Philadelphia, Pre
sident of the Board of Trustees; President
Gilmou, of John Hopkins' University.
Tbey wero receivtd by a committee of re
ception, including Hon. Henry Green,
Judge O. H. Meyers, ex-Judge Kirkpatrick,
Senator Beidleinan, Congressman elect
Mutchler, President Hemingway, of coun
cil; President Dawes, ol the school board; J,
E. Fox and General Frank Reeder.
Tbe distinguished visitors proceeded to
the college iu carriages, through crowds of
curious citizens. The school children were
out In a body, and tho fire department, para
ded in honor of the occasion.
Before ontering the ball addresses wero
made by Governor Hoyt, Mr. Hayes, Presi
dent Cattell, Poslmas'er General Mayuard
and Mr. Pardee. Tbe dedicitory services
took place In the auditorium which was
Among those on tho platform were Mr.
Hayes and party, Governor Hoyt, General
Patterson, General Keeder, ex-Senator Al
exander Cattell, Rev. Dr. Charles A. Dick
ey, Dr. E. P. Hebcrton, Dr. S. A. Mutch-
more, Dr. William II. Green, Dr. Joseph 0,
Jiottatt, J. u. notion and others.
Alter prayer by Rev. Dr. Paxson.of New
York, and a few words of introduction by
President Cattell, Professor F. A. March
delivered an able address, detailing tbe uses
of the new hall and predicting for it a great
tuturo In scientific re-ults.
Telegrams of regret were read from Gov
ernor McClellanand Senators Ca.neron and
Wallace. The audience at the conclusion
of the ceremonies crowded arnuud the plat,
form and were presented to Mr. Hayes. At
i ocioclc a collatiou was spread in the din
ing hall and was partaken of by a larire nu.ro.
berof visitors, after which several speeches
A fIBNEUOUS PBOFOSITIOK.
Hon. John J. Blair In bisspeech made a
proposition to endow the presidential chair
to tbe extent of $50,000, and said he would
be one of the five persons to give $10,000.
This remark was received with tremendous
applause. It is estimated that nearly 10,000
people visited the college grounds during
A Contest for a Child.
When the parents of Mary Louise Mars
land died in Brooklyn, she was claimed by
ber stepmother, who is a Roman Catholic.
and ber aunt, who is a Protestant. She was
very young, and both relatives were anxious
to assume ber guardianship. As her fath
er's dvlnir renuest was that she should tin
reared as a Roman Catholic, tbe stepmother
c aimed ber, but the aunt, who was wealthy,
offered advantages for tbe child which the
stepmother did not possess. The question
as to which relative should belbe guardian
was submitted to Surrogate Livingston in
Brooklvn. and bo decided vesterdav that.
lor tbe sake of tbe child's welfare, the aunt
should be ber guardian, but that neverthe
less, the dvlne re-auest of the father must Ik
heeded, and the child must be brought if)
lo the Roman Catholic faith.
Senator (Irani, of Pennsylvania.
The latest Grant bulletin slates the old
man for a seal In the United States Scnalo
from Pennsylvania. This Is not n meto
newspaper fabrication. It Is In tho wind,
Tho Grant managers havo resolved all sorts
of schemes to fix him comfortably, and n
seat In the Scnato Is one of them. Strangely
enough a scat for Illinois lias hardly been
thought of, except as a possibility In the
hardly probablo event that Logan will want
to go into tho Cabinet.
It seems to have been agreed by Conkllnf,
Don Cameron and Logan that neither of
them will become .part ot tho administra
tion on the ground that It will do just ns
ivell to linve their representatives in tho
Cabinet while they remain In tho Senate to
hold tho rod over Garfield. Conklitig has
thrown nut a feeler to see how Grant would
take as Kernan's successor, and Cameron Is
doing the same thing In Pennsylvania. It
Is Simon Cameron's idea and ho has been
quietly surveying the field with that In his
mind. He can't stomach Grow at all. He
Is not sure that he could nil' ml to let a man
of Mr. IJrewster's ability po to the S nato
Dels afraid that Hoyt may slip in, and
while he doesn't caro to appear as opposing
the Governor, he would a good deal rather
that Dun should have another mite. Of all
the others who have declared themselves In
the field not one of them is quito satisfac
tory to SJinon, anil he has almost given It
up in despair.
Cameron has thought of Gratit as a mm
who would be altogether in his hands and
who would not interfere with the patronage
in Pennsylvania Wit'i the grip the Cnir
erons have on Garfield it would be uselcs for
Don's cilleague 1 1 interfere) in tho patron
age, and whoever Is really desirous of go
ing to tho Senate will havo to let it bo known
that ho isn't going for tho spoils. The Cain
erons are very tender on the spoils subject.
Nothing voxes tlisin moreth.tu to seo n fed
eral office filled lu Pennsylvania without
their namin ' tho man for the nlaro.
Grant would liko a seat in the Senate. He
would liko must any high offico with n fair
silary and a reasonable tenure. He would
go to the Senate for Pennsylvania without
a second hint, and ho is doubtless privy to
all th it the C.imerons are do'ng in the mat
How do Pennsylvania Republicans relish
this plan of Old Winnebago? Is there no
mm in tho Republican party capable to be
a United States S''n itor that a search fur an
outsider must be iiHtlt'iteJ 1 Philadelphia
King Kalakaua, of the Sandwich Islands,
expects to start soon for a trip through Eu
rope and the United States.
Mrs. Ulysses S. Grant, jr., received as a
bridal present from her father tho sum of
J-100,000 iu government bonds.
Jenny Lind's first night netted $20 000;
Rachel's, $5,000; (crater's, $15,209 Chris
tine Nilsson's, $9,300,and Sam llernhardt's,
with all her advertising, only a little more
John Keelan, after murdering his father
at Stratford, Ontario, coolly sauntered into
the house, ate a hearty supper, slept sound
ly all night, and, when the body wasdiscov
ered in tbe morning, calmly said: "Oh,
yes ; I killed the old cus."
General Benjamin P. Butler and others
have petitioned for a charter for an elevated
road in Boston, with a capitalof $1,000,000.
The road is to be shaped like an inverted
V., with three rails, ono at the apex and
the other two at the bottom of the arms to
steady the car
Mr. George C. Oirham has been talking
with General Garfield and sty that the
next administration will havo a strong stal
wart flavor This has been suspected, but
perhaps Mr. Gorham's announcement will
not be regarded as official.
There is now about $35,000,009 in gold
bullion standing to the credit of the Unit
ed States Treasurer, out of which it has
been decided to coin, monthly, $10,000,000
of the denominations of five and ten dollars.
The gold coins of a less denomination than
five dollars will be coined ,at present. The
work referred to will be performed at the
Philadelphia mint. It is thought, probable
that this coinage will be continued until the
$85,000,000 of bullion on band is worked
Washington, November 21. Gen. Gar
field could not come to Washington from
Mentor without stopping off at Harrisburg
to dine with Don Cameron. Of course, that
fact has no significance. Oh, certainly not.
The first man to welcome bis arrival at the
capital was Bob Ingersoll, and the first wo
man was Mrs. Spencer, a noted woman's
rights agitator. He sturts well undr theso
benign influences. Hayes cent his carriage
to the station with a pair of horses that have
beon well kept at the public expense. This
cheap civility was the first tbo Fraudulent
President ever extended in a public form
to this man, without whose vote ou tho
electoral commission ho would not have
been put in the White House. Sun.
There is liying at the house of Capt.
Means a girl about 9 years of ago, whose
history is remarkable. Au American vessel
called at a small island in tho Pacific Ocean
to procure water. Tho island was inhabited
by cannibals. Tney brought this little girl
to sell for tbe Captain's dinner, offering to
prepare ber for cooking if they wovld buy,
Tbe Captain told them he would buy her,
She was brought, and the Captain afterward
meeting Capt. Means, gave her to him.
She still believes she will bu killed and eat
en, and when strangers enter the house she
clings to Mrs. Means, and begs protection
The British Government is now building
at CO at ha in a naval monster called the Poly
phemus. This vessel, says a correspondent,
which is utterly unliko anything previously
seen in the royal navy, is designed as au ar
mored sheet-plated ram of two thousand six
hundred and forty tous and fivo thousand
fire hundred horse-power. She is built al
most entirely of Bteel, and as a torpedo ram
she will be tbe most formidable vessel in
the world, and the opinion has been formed
that there Is no vessel afloat, no matter of
what description, which could survive after
one or trvo blows from her ram.
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Hay per Um
qUOTATIONS YOU COAL.
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Agcnta nml Cauvaers make from $25 to
$50 per week selling goods for E. O, Ride
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When Haulm gets back homo the whole
town Is to be. bundled up ami linniltd lo
him. He that winnetli a rowing match is
greater than ha that taketh n city.
It should be the nini of every owner of
IInrc,Oows,A:c.,tii make them ns handsome
and ii-edul us pos'lbb'. The German Hursc
and Cow Powder helps in develop all the
powers of tho anlmiil It Improves Its t.cnn
ty and Incrcas's Its usefulness. It makes
milk, mue'e and fat. By using It a horse
will do more work and n cow give more milk
and bo In better condition with les feed.
Sold only by weight at 15 cents a pound by
C. A. lvlelni, Blooinsburg.
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Till: ON'IA" r.IOIIT-FLAN'OIM) SAFH
IN THE WOULD
THIN ANY SAl'U MADE, SUCH AS
Patent Ins.tlc Bolt Work,
Patent Hinged Cup,
Patent Four-wlieel Locks,
Inside 'Iron Linings,
Solid Angle Corners,
IN THE GREAT
Large Numbers Now
lUilNti SOU) IN THIS STATE.
SKND KOU HrCISIPTlVE t'ATAI.0 JI E,
MORRIS & IRELAND,
lOltl'OUATIOX NO TICK,
Notice Is hereby ctU'n that the undersigned will
uipi3 10 nit-iHinnraiue William i.ivtcll, l-uvv .mage
of the couniy of Columbia on iho fourth dav of De
cember, A. 1). lsso, at nine o'clock In tho forenoon
for a charter of lneornnratloii i-f n l.lternrv nrwl
Democratic political 1 lub, under tho name, Mjto
and t It lo of "Tho shawune-e club.1' as a corpora
tion of the Ilnd class, under tho Act 01 Assembly of
April vi, it.74, and Its supplements, relating to the
eiei wuu oiiuriiuruiiuns.
PIIANK P. IlIM.MKVKIt
NKVIN f. 1TNK.
imllKItT It LITTLE,
OEomiK K. KLUELL.
Nov. 10, i-otr.
WTl DON'S' AITKA I.SK.M KNTS.
VI Tho following appraisements or real and
pe.rt.onnl jirojieitj n 1 iinurt to widows or decedents
huvt- ien Hied lu the onice of tho Register of ccl-
iiuiui.i couniy, uiiuer lliu icuick 01 1 uun, anil win lie
presented ror absolute continuation to the tlrphans
Court to lie held In HlonmsburL'.lli and rorsalif cniii,.
ty. on Monday, thMtihoay of Deo. issti, at two
ij uu k i. m., 01 nam nay unless exLepnons 10 su(l)
uuiiiiiiii:iiiuii uro irt-iuusiy uieii, 01 wuicn an per
sons Intel cMod lu said ebUito will taku notice :
1. Widow of Joseph C. Parker, lato cf (Jreenwood
2. Widow of LIKha llobblns, lato of Jackson town,
3. Widow of Peter Hajman, late of Ilrlarcreik
iuw nsuip, aei"easeu.
4. Widow cf William II. Price, lato of Centralla
6. Widow of Parrln Evef, late ot fireenwood town-
c. Widow ot Oliver Watts, lato ot Centre township,
bloomsburg, Nov, 6, "so r
W. II. JAI'OPV,
, Notice ti hertibv irtien lo all legatees, rrndl.
tors and other persons Interested In tho estates of
tho respective decedents and minors, that tho fol
lowing administration and guardian accounts haie
been hied In tho oiilco ot the Itegister of Columbia
cuuniy, unu wmue preseniea ror connrmallon and
allowance In tho orphans' court to be held in
Hloomsburg, on -Monday, Dec, 0, lsso, at o'cloek
p. In. oh said day 1
I. First and Hull account ot John Lelbv nnd Wl.
llam I'. Mauser, ex--cutor3 of Jacob Lelby, late
of Montour township, deceased.
s. The tlnal account ot Allen .Mann, guardian cf
harah llennluger, now harah Hons, mlnir child
of Keuben Heunlnger laioof Healer township,
3. Thermal account ot Allen .Mann, guardian of the
peraou and estalo of Emily Hun m in, minor
child of Keuben llenntogcr.lato ot Dealer town
4. Tho account of Datld It. Hower. guard'anof tho
person and isiate of Henry M. .Mowry, minor
child ol .Michael .Mow ry, lato ot Itoaiiugcreek
6, The tlrst and partial account of Mephen 11111.
admlnlsiratorof Mary Itemley, lato of nshlng-
ereek tow ush'p, deceased,
0. First nnd tlnal account of Silas Conner, eiecutor
of Marj Conner, taio of oraugevtllo. deceased.
T. The account of James petenuan, odmlnlslratur
do bonis mm, ot Philip Hess, lato ot sugarluat
8, The account ot Samuel Knorr, administrator or
11 hkank, lato of tha Town of Hluomsburg. d--cea-sed
9. the, tlnal account of J. It. Ikelcr, guard! in of
tho K m 11 and estate of W II Inn A. Kester, ml
porchlll of llirnm Kester, late, ot lireenwood
10, '1 he second account cf Allen Mann, guardian of
the persoiiund estate ot-arah M, Ovarium, mi
nor ihlldol Henry ilearhart.latoot Heaertonh.
11. Tho account of Allen Maun guardian ot the per.
sun and estate, ot Nancy J. (learhart, now I roy.
in Intr chill of Henry liearhart, late of lieaur
IS. The tlrst and tlnal account ot Hiram A. Sweppen
Iielser, administrator, dn bonis 11011 cum testa,
memo unueo.ot Allium lienitrson, lato or
Centre township, deceased.
13. The account ot Abraham Wee, executor of John
Huts, late it Healer low .ship, deceasid.
14. Tho tlrst and tlnal account of John J. Fox nnd
el d m miter, exeeumra ot Enoch Vox, lato or
I'lne township, d ceased.
15. The tlrst a'd ttual oceoust of Franlltu Itarlg.
and Jehu liarlg, udmlulstratora ol IianM KarhV
lale of l.oarlngcreek township, deceased.
l. Hi" tlrst and tlnal account ot II, 11. t'revellnir
ncMmr eiecutor ot John Ituikel, lato of Mt!
1 leasant low nshlp, dei eased,
IT. 'the tlret and tlnal account of John stadon ad
ndnlitralor of Hannah hladon.late ot lireen
wood tow iithlp, 1 oluml la eountj , deceased, by
his exe-cutor Isaac lleacoe k, '
18. Tho account of II, J, i-mtth and A. C. Smith, ad-
mlnlstratoraof Margaret It. binllh, lalu ot lladl-
aon tow nshlp, deceased,
1. The tlrst and Una! account of Wllllem Mostelle r
oxecutor of fieorge Whlteidght, lato 01 Item!
lock township, deceased.
M. The first and final account of Itacnel A Ilesa
nnd Andrew Lauliacti, afmlnlstrators of' Alei.
ander Hess, late ot bugarloar township, deteo.
Keglster'a Office, I
W. It, JACOB V,
or. sw, 1
Notice ts hereby given that an application 11 III be
mado under Iho Ac: of Assembly '! the Common
wealth of 1'eniisylvanlicn Itled "An Act to pruilae
tor the tncorimrallon and regulation ot certain eor.
poratlons," approved Aprils. ist4, and the supple
ments thereto, lor the charter of on Intended1' r.
ppi-attou to be called "Moniana 1'oal Company." iho
object and character ot which Is the mfnlng i ie
iwrtng, shipping and selling of authraclu coil, and
(,t dealers In anthracite coal ' and
lor these purposes to bale, iiossesa and euloy all the
ot Assembly audita supplements. "
November B-totf. solicitor.
TlicGvcalcsLVttriely m Unc bslciuusiuncni-
IN THE UNITED STATES.
.WRITETHE ADDRESS 0NTHIS SIDE-THE
ADDRESS A POSTAL CARD AS ABOVE. .
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H If for gentlemen's goods, wrlto
H In either easoyouiiIU rccclic
get goods from tho city cheaply, qoicaiy nuu eaiciy, mm priviicg" ui mum
and refund of money If not lultcd In every particular,
Tho dlstanco maLcs 110 dlBercuc. Wo send goods and samples to every
State and Territory. r
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In tho iniiiiufucturo of Organs is resulting in tho production mihI f'ile
of cliciij) goods, made from inferior niaterinls. 1 refer paiticular
l)ogii3 Organs that are continually springing into existence, wultoul
any merit whatever, except to bo offered cheap, nnd then when pure''11''
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If you Contemplate Buying an Organ
consider it your only safeguard to select tin instrument bearing t'1
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styles of the celebrated Fstey Oignns can now boteen at tho newrooi"'
ni' llifi rtnlT AntlinviifL Aivsnl- f, l,n Tcfn OtrrnUB I"
Columbia County. A guarantee for fivo years from the nn1IlU"
fucturers nccompiuiica every listcy Organ.
J. SALTZER, Agent,
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for Prtco I.lst No. ?.
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