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-COLUMBIA. COUNTY ELECTION RETURNS,
held October, 13, 1S57.'" '
PATENT SPUING HUD UOTTfJMH.
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rlgM nf ColillntM.i cminly, Knd I, limv ktcfliicd In fur.
Judges of the Supreme Court,
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I.BVI L. TATE, EDITOR.
Alio, iicauy.iiiaiio uuinni.
atoiion w. coiici,L,
Bloomsburg,, October 17.
Columbia County, is
Don't Hoard tlio Coin !
Thcro is nn abundance of gold .and sil
"vcr coinio lliq country for all thoortlinary
transactiqos.of daily life, if it is only-kept
in circnlation. A small specio currency is
(Co life-blood of business and if it bo want
ing to any consMorablo extent, business
will languish, Btagnato or decay in propor
tion as its lifo-blood is wanting.
'fho propensity to board, gold and silver
rnonoy is ono of tbo lowest and meanesj
vifww nf lltn human toIuO. Is So ito very
ossonco of. selfishness, Tbis, propensity is
naturally heightened in times of panic like
tho prcsont, and often seizes upon good
men who in ordinary seasons would bo
entirely free from it. Let all who have n
ppark of kindly and. liberal fceliDg "resist
the temptation and it will flco from thorn."
Thero is still sufficient gold and silver
In the country to keep tha wheels of busi
ness jn motion, and thereby cnablo honest
industry by daily labor to. earn its daily
bread, Whatever of. want and suffering
' may prevail, tbis winter among those who
would labor but can find no omploymont,
e will bo largely owing! to' the- hoarding, of
coio. Thoso who oauso tbis want to fall
upon the poor, will iceeivo their pay in duo
season, if it be truo that "with tho mcasuro
yxs Bicto withal, tho same shall bo measured
to you, again."
Death of Hon. Louis MoLano.
' Hon. Louis McLano died in' Baltimore
on Wednesday. Ho must havo been up
wards of 70 years of ago. Few men in
'public lifo havo been more generally re-
spected for wisdom, moderation, talents
and patriotism. Ho was elected a U." S.
Senator, from Delawaro in 1827, and resigned,-
having been appointed Secretary
of tho Treasury by President Jackson in
August, 1831, to succeed Samuel D. Ing
ham, of Pennsylvania. In 1833 Mr. Mc
Lano was appointed Secretary of State,
and upon Mr. VanjSurcn's rcjeotion by
tho Senate as Minister to England succeed
ed him' in that capacity, in which ho won
the esteem of tho English and gavo satis
faction to, his own country. Tho deceased
statesman has so long mado- his homo in
Baltimore that ho wasgonesally supposed
to havo entered publio lifo from Maryland.
Ho remained faithful to theiprinciples of
General Jackson's era, and his son, Louis
McLano, Jr., recently represented ono, of
tho Baltimore districts in Congress.
National rWiOE Gazette. This
.great journal of crime and criminals is in
Its twelfth year, and is widely circulated
throughout tho country. It cuutoins M tlio
great trial?, criminal oases, and appropriate
editorials on the same, together with jnfor-
Jiatiorion criminal matters', not to bo found
any other newspaper. t
" BSub'3cripfions,'82 per annum j $1 or sis
months, to bo remitted by subscribers, who
should write, tbe'ir names and tho' town,
county and State1 wh6re thoy rcstilb plainly,
to R. A. Seymour, dditor and proprietor
of tho National f'olicc GaseHc, New' York
TP Wo havo received from tho offioo of
Fowler !fc Wells, Publishers, B08 Broadway;
New York, a pamphlet of 24 pages, giving
tho origin, history, characteristics and cul
" iuro of tho Laxelon, ut'Neio Hoclttlle Dlack
berry. The price of the pamphlet is six
cents, and wo would advise all our friends
to send for one, and then for the blackberry.
For size and flavor, tho bcrriw) tro une
. . a 1 1 n .1 nnrl f.M wfiTrt rnaa.n nlipnnen
CSr Tho Kenyon Collegian, a monthly
"literary Magazine, conducted by tho stu
dents of Kenyon College. Gambicr, Ohio;
and publishod by 11. 'M, Edmonds, at one
dollar and -a half per academical year of
nine mouths; for October has been received.
Among tbo EditoTS-wo arc glad to find tho
rumo of our young .and talented mend. J,
T, Ohl, of this county. ' Tho Collegian is
-really an excellent' publication find ought
io bo encouraged. Tho' present number
sontains eight articles on' various subjects,
several of them ablo' and interesting,
Tho .Excelsior Spring Bods.
Mr. Geohcie W. ConriEix, of Blooms-
.burg, has purchased tho exclusive right of
this excellent Patent, ol ihaty Beds, for
Columbia county, and will put up tho
Springs to order. Wo havo ono tif rthem
in use, with which wo are wclj pleased,
and invito our friends to call and examine
it for themselves. Mr. Carrell'g Card is
in cur advertising columns.'
MOUNTPLEASANT . . ..
GOVERNOR 01? PEWA,
The election on Tuesday, resulted in
ono of tho most glorious triumphs that has
graco tho old Keystone Stato for many
years. GEN. PACKER'S MAJORITY
IN THE STATE WIIL BE NEAR
Tho vrholo Dcmocratio Stato ticket is
elected by largo majorities. The nows
from all quarters is a succession of Demo
cratic victories and Democratic gains. It
is probable that Deinooracy never beforo
swept tho Stato moro completely than it
did on Tuesday. From all parts of the
Stato wo hear nothing but the most glori
ous Democratic news,
Old Columbia, too, has dono nobly.
Every man upon the Democratic ticket is
eleoted by a'handsomo majority.
Belief from the US. Treasury.
Tho New York Times bestows high
commendations upon Mr. Cobb, tho ablo'
and patriotic Secretary of tlio Treasury,
for shaping tbo Government disbursements
foa- the, last thirty days so as to afford the
largest toqasuro of pecuniary relief to tho
community. Sinco .August 24th ho Lib
reduced his balanco'hi the sub-treasury!-
Now York from 22J millions to 82,750,000,
nearly all. of which has gono into, tlto banks,
reinforcing them with that amount of, specie,
Theso movements uto to no followed up by
Mr. Cobb tha wholo effect being " to
popularize the sub.trcasury system, in a
season of sevcro pecuniary trial, and to
afford i degrco of substantial aid to buai
ness, or whioh tho publio ro largely in
debted to the practical sense of tho hqad
of tho Treasury Dopartnienfc"
Firemen' Parade in Philadelphia.
Tho Firemen's Parade in Philadelphia,
on Mondaylast, was a grand affair, and
passed off very pleasantly. Tho procession
was imposing beyond anything of tho kind
ever beforo peen in tho city., Ninety-three
companies wcro in tho lino, twonty-four .of
them being visiting companies. Tho wea
ther was beautiful; and tho glittering ap
paratuses in the lino, which wcro burnished
and adorned for the occasion, showed off to
tho best advantage. It was a gala day in
the city, .
During tho progress of the profession
eomo-of tbo'whito bands'tok 'umbrage at
the prcsohco of colored musicians in tho
lino, and they quit tho ranks and paraded
through tho streets upon their own account
Odr PosjnpM.-T-iWa tho' .Local) are
now the boTo Editor of the Columbia Dem
ocrat, sinco tha departure of tho Editor
for the West, and the' Assistant Editor to
T-ho Georgia elections camo off on
the Gth inst.,jirul resulted in tho triumph
of tho Democrats. J. O. Rrown "was
electod Governor by 12,000 majority, and
the wholo Congressional delegation is
24101144 30 2307 2307 1005 1Q05
over Wilmot in Uerks county will bo over
7000. In this city tho vote 6tands as fol
lows: Packer, 1552'j Wilmot,558; Ilarlc
Doylkstown, Oct. 15- Tho Democratic
majority for stato officers, including the
Governor, will range from 800 to 1200,
Lockhaven, Oct. 10 Gen. D. K
Jaokman, one of tho Democratic nominees
for the Legislature, has 800 majority in
this county. Col. Lloyd, the othor candi
date, has also a majority of about GOO.
Packer a majority .in Ullnton is abnout 400,
Wilmot will lead Packer about 100. A
gain olaboutUUU over the last 1'rcadcntial
Tho Democratio Sheriff, Treasurer, and
Assemblymen arc elected by a small ma
Johnstown, Oct. 15 Returns from
Indiana county indicato about 4000 ma
jority for Wilmot.
Pittsbdrqii, Oct. 15 All tho- Dis.
tricts in this county have been heard from
excepting nine. The returns so far show
a majority for Wilmot of about 1000 votes,
Tho county ticket Li closo and uncertain.
The Democrats wilt brobably elect tho
.County Commissioners,, and two rcprescn
tativcs to tno iio gistaturo.
. ,jMticaster County.
Lancaster, Oct. 10 Wilmot's majori
ty in this county is about 1000. Tho Ho
publican county .ticket .;s all, elected,, with
tho exception of the Prothonotary.
1 Montour County,
Danville, Oct. '10 Tho, Democratic
majority for tho'State Tioketj will boaboutj
Easton, Oct. 10 Correct returns from
18 districts in Northampton couuty, shows'
tioouj majority tor Packer.
Thq Democratio majority jspvcr 1000
WiLLiAMsroRT, Oot. 15 General
Packer's majority in this county will bo
about 1000 votes. Tho rest of tho State
I'lokctis Democratio by about700 majority,
Tho majority of Col. Lloyd and General
Jackman for members of tho Assembly
will bo about 1200 votes, in Lycoming and
PiTTsnunan, Oct. 15 Tho vote
Washington .county is closo, but a par of
iuo jjcuiuurauu uckci is ciccicu.
IlARHisBURa, Oct. 15 Pecker's majori
ty In xorJ. Jiorou"b is 09 votes over all.
Packer's majority in Harrisburg is 419
votes; a Ucmocrauo gain of 370 yqtcs.
Tho oreturns recoivod from Bradford
county, ehows a Democratio gain 'of 70
votes oyer last year,
Carlisle, Oct, 15 Packer- majority
I i jnrt VT III- 1 ' -
.u.iuig vuuuiijr is over 'iuu. jowvmu uit1
trict alono giycs a majority of 227.
Ashland, Oct. 10 Tho Democratio
Stato Ticket has 110 majority in this
Uaston, Oct. 15 : The Democrat!0
majority in Carbon oounty is estimated at
Gruensburo, Oct. JO Packer's ma
loriiy isfrom 800 to.000. The Democrat
io Senatorial Legislative And County ,tickpt
10 1028071098 20 24001108 2405
Tho Foroign Nows.
Dy tho arrival of tho steamship Atlantic
at Now York, wo aro in possession of three
days later nows from Europe. From India
tho dates oro Calcutta; August 23d, Rom
bay, August 31sljand Delhi to tho 12th of
From'India tho accounts aro gloomy end
dispiriting. In n.ngaltho population wcro
rising, murdering tho English inhabitants
and spreading the spirit of revolt over the
whole district. Calcutta was becoming
crowded with fugitives from all parts of
Rcngal, who' wcro flying from tho fury of
Numerous sharp encounters had occurred
txk.iL.,:- wutu ti.. .-uvi., were defeated,
but they still held possession of the city.
I ho European reinforcements wcro arriv
ing, and an assault was expected to be
mado about the 20th. General Havclook
had reached Luoknow, after two moro Vic
torious encounters, but owing to hit force
being weakened by the encounters and
disease, hb'had been compelled to return
to Cawnporo. A doubtful dispatch states
that Havclock had reached Lucknow, tho
garrison of which still held out against tho
Cotton and Breadstuff were steady at
tho sailiug of the Atlantic.
tho Kansas jcioutiou.
Pt. Louis, Ootober 12. Tho Leaven
worth (K T) Herald says, tho official re
turns from L,caycnworth county aro noarly
complete. Tho average Democratic mojo"
rity.is 250 votes, fecuring tho election of
three members to Council and eight to
tho House. ,
Donophan county gives a Republican
majority of 20, votes; scouring 5 members
of tho loner, aad 5, of the upper houso,
Atchinson county gives an avcrago De
mocratio majority, insuring 3 mombcrs in
tho lower and. 1 in tho upper house.
Jefferson county gives a Republican
majority of 150, securing 2 mombcrs of
tho House, and 1 of tho Council. Douglas
county gives n Republican majority of
1500, JohnBon county gives a Democratio
majority of ,1GQ0. Tho distrjet fprmcd by
these two oounties, elect 3 racmborsto ,tho.
Council and 8 to tho House, and tuoDcm
ocrats claim lip election of, tho. cntiro tick-;!
ct.by GO,,majority,7( Shawnee oounty gives
a Republican, majority;' of, 350. Cajjipun
county-gives a Rcpubliccn majority of 84..
This district .elects 1 member, to tho House
Tho .Democrats chargo that, a large
number of, armed men came from Nebras
ka into Kansas and voted tho, Republican
ticket. The Democrats claim a majority
in both branches of tho Legislature.
Tho President at Homo,
On Saturday last, says tho Press, the.
Court room at Lancaster was unusually
crowded, as an important jury trial was
going on. In the midst of their proceedings
James Buchanan,' tho President of tho
United States quietly, and alono, walked
into tho Court that ivory Court beforo
which ho earned bis early reputation, and
in which ho practiced for nearly forty
As Boon -as ho was recognized, tho
Judges on their seats, tho lawyers, jury,
witnesses., spectators and all, roso as if
actuated by ono common feeling, and stood
uncovered to wclcomo their old friend and
fellow citizen. Tho President kindly sa
luted thoso about him, and after shaking
hands'with tho judges, retired, apologizing
for haying interrupted their proceedings.
tf$r Mns. Gunninoiiam Gone Off,
Mrs. CanniDgham fjiled to make her ap
pcaranco in Court when her trial was
called, shooting to forfeit her recognizance.
Subsequently, it appoarcd that sho had
gono.off 'to the South, heartlessly abandon
ing her "precious .baby, Ilar.voy's Jittle
darling," ,to tho tender inecies of Us real
I'roMry, lies ' lite Comm'q Tre'. Auditor.
a v E? rM w H f3 1
s. - m n o n a- - 2.-
?S. Ej: p -. S g r :
: p s P : :
: : : . : ; : . . :
182 181 188 228 '151 187 100 20o 102 178
20 89 23 110 12 104 10 103 102 10
110 4 121 115 118 110 .
133 170 09' 125 107 107 109 105 108 114
75 90 00! 100 GO 81 00 80 71 40
50 121 47 118 01 04 00 87 102 71
34 32 3a 32 02 '
24 112 84 183 18 145 40 179 173 18
33 4G 27 43 24 37 20 42 41 10
110 110 110 111 110 80 140 112 111 110
38 120 30 129 33 122 42 125 124 35
4 G5 10 77 2 75 4 73 74 4
07 180 40 185 57 100, 02 133 103 51
2 72 10 84 1 83 74 81
30 13S 41 12b 33 111 CO 125 121 8
27 151 28 152 20 154 27 153 141 33
50 ,01 ,0 ,74 30 44 70 06 03 38
20 41 21 3F, 24 40 21 39 30 18
38 108 55 '134 28 124 41 131 120 34
20 51 21 00 23 27 40 44 41 24
18 51 10 01 10 42 12. 31 39 10
113 03 110 97 110 88 127 85 84 120
6 89 0 02 5 921 0 92 02 5;
1037 2304 2300 1070 1001230411132405
CONNECTICUT 0. K.
Democratic Victories all orer (ho
Township Elections in Connecticut took
place on Monday last, nnd tho Democrats
seem' to havo made a clean sweep.
Tho Middlotown Sentinel gives results
from several towns, adding that ''they
present thus fa ""L'-1-" ! f
uemooratio triumphs, and yet achieved,
without any extra efforts on the part of our
friends. These results indicato in tho most
unmistakablo manner how ftrongly tho
popular current is running towards democ
racy, and how fast tho fortunes of tho pie
bald opposition aro ebbing. Tho 'sober
sorond thought of the people' has every
where, even on tho borders of the far
Pacific, approved tho verdict given in No
vember last. Ono moro effort, friends I
and Connecticut will inevitably bo rescued
from Dlack Republican misrule"
Geoucib the Fourth's Death No
man clung to lifo with greater tenacity
than norgi IV., nr waa morn nnwilline
to hear from those about him any hint or
suspicion of his apparent dcoay. When
confined to his room, and his oaso had
booomo evidently hopeless, ho .still felt tho
vital Miuiiua so strong in him that he would
not believe his own danger ; ho talked of
preparations for tho approaching Ascot
races, which ho would attend in person,
nnd showed a confidence in his recovery,
which all around him know to ht impossi
ble. On tho 27th of May, 1830, prayers
were ordered to bo road in tho churohes
for tho restoration of tho King's health ;
and though tho work of death was gradually
approaching,tho most contradictory accounts
wero constantly circulated as to his real
stato. At length tho awful moment arrived.
He went to bed, .without any apparent
symptom, on tho, night of tho 25th of Juno,
!,o awoko iu great agitation, and called for
assistance, Sir.-Wthcn Waller, who was
in attendance, camp to.his bcdEidc, and at
bift, request helped, to ,raisc him from his
bodi no thon exclaimed, "Watty, what is
this? It is death 1 Thoy , havo deceived
mo I'? And in that situation, without a
Moniouu Works. Wo. regret to say
thoro is'no, certainty about theso Worlss
goiug into operation this winter. Tho
managers havo been unremitting in their
endeavours to raise funds to pay off tho
workmen up to the present time, but have
not yet succeeded, although thoy havo over
8100,000 worth of ltails, jn market, with
other and ample means; thostatoof monoy
market being such at present that it is
almost impossible to raise funds on tho
host security. Wo aro assured, howovcr,
that tho Company will porsovcro in tho
effort until it is accomplished. Tho
month's pay now duo to tho workmen
amounts to about S35,Q0O a sum not.casily
raised under prcsont circumstances.
Democracy Triumphant. Tho clause
.in tho Black Republican Constitution of
Iowa, which gavo negroes tho right to walk
.up to tho ballot-box along side of " do
whito men" and.put in his ticket, has been
defoatod by an immonso majority.
Election of a If. S. Senator. lion,
Andrew Johnson, Governor of Tonncsseo,
has been elected successor to lion. James
0. Jones in tho .U. S. Senate
HSf Tho threo furnaces, as well as tho
rolling mill at Dcnvillo nrp now landing
Car Two countorfcilirs wero arrested
in 1'ittston last wcoh who aro said to bo
connected vith a gang near Muncy. I
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Tho Now York Banks and
It is frequently asked, will tho New
York banks suspend ? Tho answer is
thoy can't suspend; thoy may go into in
solvency, but they cannot tell their credit'
ors that thoy must tako their paper notes
or nothing. Tho constitution of tho groa
State of New York has a clause in it which
was framed by men who partook of tho
character of " tho hard moneyed men" o
tho revolution, os Mr. Webster called them
In that constitution is the following sig
nifioant clauso :
" Tho legislature shall havo no powrr
iu iusa any law, sanctioning in nnr man
ner, directly or indirectly, tho suspension
hi fpuutu payments oy any person, associa
tion or corporation issuing bank notes o
In cases of iosolvcnoy of nny bank or
kauliing association, tho bill holders shall
be entitled to prolcreuoe iu payment ove
ait other crctlitori."
It follows that no extra session of tho
legislature, ns in Pennsylvania, can legalize
bank repudiation, and theroforo tlio ohartor
lifo of the New York banks compel them
to redeem in specie.
Tho legal compulsion i3 not tho same in
Massachusetts, but the credit of Boston is
an obligation oven moro imperative than
statute regulations, lloston must not lose
abroad tlio tncrcantilo character which her
"solid men" havo earned for her, and tho
taint of repudiation must not touch her
commercial credit. Tho banks will not
suspend if tho merchants do not compel
them to, and, therefore, tho banks must
help tho insolvent merchants and thoy tho
banks to sustain the specio paying basis of
credit, Boston Post.
Good Advico to Brutus and
Thoro is nothing truer than theso lines:
"Men at f ometiinCB are nnstcra of tbclrfatcat
The lault, dear llrutna, is not in our alara,
llut In ournelvei, ltialo nio unilirlingB."
When we consider -that a chanco is pre
sented to tho reader, which Brutus never
had, it is utrangn if ho should dcclino to
become tho "master of bid fate." Swan
& Co., with their popular Georgia Lotter
ies, como onco in oyc(ry week, on Saturday,
at Atlanta, Goorgia, to allow tho adventu
rers a cbanoe -to get easy for life. Many
havo availed themselves of theso bpportu
nities, and now hatk in tho sunshino of
prosperity. An investment of S10 books
ono fori a splendid fortuno j ?5 for an ele
gant competency ; and ?2 SO for a com-
fortablc start in lifo. The ohanecs do not
depend on tho operations of tho " Lulls"
and tho "Bears." Tho stock doe3 not
fluctuate; tho chances aro always tho same;
and largo sums aro drawn out every week,
by thoso who never siw large sums before
Why, then, continue to bo an "underling?"
Try now, and if unsuccessful, remember
that next Saturday you will havo another
opportunity. Hcmeinbcr that every brave
man can command luck in the Georgia
fST Many cases of Dysentery in its
most severe forrni havo been cured by tho
administration of Du Vall's Galvanic
Oil,. Cholera Morbus and all diseases of
tho bowels aro relieved in a short timo, by
a lew .drops ol Ualvanic Oil,
Sold by G. M. Hagenbuch, J. It. Moyor
and E. 1'. Lutz, Bloomsburg, and Country
Creditable. Wm. J. Youno, ono of
tho enterprising citizons of I'hiladclphii
has comineuccd legal proceedingo agaiust
a number of tho Banks in that city for
not redeeming their notes as provided by
On jtho 30th of O.h mouth. Thomas E.
Eves, of Millville. Columbia County, to
Francis M. daughter of John Wilson, of
V anoy lownsnip, Montour County, ra,
COLU5IBUS MALE AND PEMALE
rplin TrftlM a ihU limtllullon linva uiinmmniiily
X rlcclcl II. n. Walker, A M or T.rnrUt nmt I't In
rllml u mill Armlcmv. in nlacn nr Pmr. Amlinnn.
Ivjin.n flhin .ml... n llh I tin n r.a.'til , . Til... ,Oil. .l.
i.roclnUr inn! , , , '
IMr. Wnllrt-r wift'inrfcil Mr.'AnitorVoH Imn
nnrr tlm rlofc of lih l.tlmrv.
ii la iiomnoii iiy tho Truilcci, with iliclr new rrln-
Inill. to InllkO lliii Infclllullnn one ir II, n nr tha
GOOD NEWS POR HARD TIMES.
TUtJ ruliErrllinrs havo Jnt rclurneil from tho city,
, Willi it guod n,orlmrr,I of Uooill lit pritct to lull
Hi o tlniri, wliltli they will ilUpuaa .of at nricra for
ria Ji pay:
ic invito on persons who ywmi in niiy rnenp, to cnll
nil exaniino our ilock. Country Troiluca tnkou ni
II, C. & I, W. IIAKTM AN,
081 17, IS
"COLUMBIA .OOUNTY1, 55.
AT nn Ornlitin't' Crinrt lielilnt Hint mi.
Mir;, In and for o hi ColM'ty, on Monday,
September ?tli. 1837 i n tljiu was era n ted
Pupon nil tlio hMm ntiil Itval refirchcnin
liven nf L 11 go I Tox, late r I-ccual town
ilil t. In mill cntintvt dorpntrrt in u-ii.
John Tax, Kacliel Iltiglici, bio Hachcl Vox Franklin
luionri, uunnimn or Knrimri t or, nnd Uaftpnr Ilnclici.
Gunnilnn ol LUrtbetti Tox, Ilnrrfot fox, tnttrmnrricil
wild Urt.iliTlloyan.IWilHnmrfn.fhililtfiK'l U'iltlnm
Fox, ilrrrnml; ron 01 inM Etignl Fox, acquiring tlicm
lo lw anil appear nt nn urphan'g Court In bo ItoWnt llio
Cnti r I House In (tloninMmrg, in mit counI of Co turn
bia.on Hie7lliriay ol" l)ccimlirr iipxi j ilicn ami thorn
io ncccpt or relate the utile or ihctnwdecPtleni at
tho valiintJon ttirrcufi oml In case llio. suirt pnrllca no
licci or reiusc no io inkf tnc mme, inrn tn simiv can no,
f nny thevlmvo. whv tha tatiio thou Id not Le mM.
according to taw.
4AUUU Li LUI(T,
Tho helm nnd I rent retirriteiilnltveB. and nil nrnna
Intern mrd in IhcMntoteuftliesald Unite I Fox, decerned,
are hereby notified or Die uiuniitliig nnd txUtcnco of llio
auoc riuc, una oi i nc return nny iiiorrnt.
muruun ii. iviii.i.r.d,
n'ooiusbnrg, Ort 17. 1637
1 niiMn i
llUICK, imt lurnrd itut.nl the itibicri
bcr'B Urlck Ynrds In ItliioiiiAliiirji, und urn offered lor
sale, 1 lie Lett In the country, Auuy to
H. U. AUT11UU.
!ilofimiiurp, Octohor 30, lew
QTRAVItll Iroin the aulicrllii.'r nt Cnmpliiill h Wof
ilort'a rowler Mil la. I n Ui'iilrp lownstiln. Cnliiinbin
county. on tMniiday, the 1 4 111 nt-Hcplcnibir latt.n ynung
WHITE COW, EEasgj)
tVlth sonii'lirown spotBiipnu lier. nnd riorrm yt"yi
iliillii(r ilownwMil. I'lte ilullars rctvnril-wu
will be given Tor licr recovery by ! lip mlbsrrlbfr.
Outre, October 10, 1817
STOVE KOU SALE.
V ooon I'AHI.ou srnvc, u oxiiont order, for
V tale clienn. Aplilyto
LCVt I,. TAT11.
Illoonnlrar. .October 10. 1657
1'IANO I'Olt SALE.
Avcnv suruiiion nosinvcon piano cm be
purrbnseil very low lc-rfenh, irniiplh-it for within
two tvcckii. It Ib from the rentitij.lvari'a 1'i.nin .Man.
ufnrtory, rliiln,lelphia,nnil ! iu every yiny &i good u
new. Apply to
J AH ANI)i:i!S()N.
At New Coliuiib'iii Acndcmy, I.iucrne comiiy, 1'a.
October 10, IH7 ,jt
C-1 V. WA(!MI!lt, Alnbr,ilyj,li,t, I reiurnplat, Ar ,
T rpsiiertf,! y Inrnrnii tin- rillz'nn nf ItloiiiiitStirc
endvtci lly.tbnl lin Iihh lorutnl ln lml ni BS fur n few
wc.'ks In 111" l:CII A.NCi: III.Ot.'K, III,,,,, ,, !,ilt;. Ilu
w.irr.lntii Ills pictiiri'4 to io.cii. dillabiliiy, Hit elan
fieU tlnit lie doe, not ll.llter liiiiisrlf In be hevlni,' tlu
tliry poiiiii'BBa tone n enrnrt rfurnibluiiro, ubirli Irw
nllina oicel. No clmrsc made tiiilCbB ptrlecl i.tnilaf
tin n Id given,
(ftll nnd riainlne fir ctinna.
ltiKtrucllons given ul reaaotinble tcrnia.
a. w. vAONEn.
October 10, lf47
Va8uab5e Ileal E&iate.
BVvlrtueof annrdornf Hip Orphan!1 Oitid of Co.
Inmbi.i rriniity, Irnnc K Kliclbftllltf. lllctutor ol
John Kline, rieccafed, will, on
Saluiday, the 24 1 A day of OctoU-r next.
At Itlo'clock ill tho forenoon, expnae uipiiblie aalo,oc
thfl iiremiaea, in the Inwlittiip of Hem In Hie county
of Cutuir.liin, at the late reaiilence of lliesaitl dicedtol
tin following Ileal Latale, viz:
Tha weal end nit he fur in adjoining lands of Jnrob A ah
nn the routh, the heira of John Kf,ne, r1fTeaaed,on tba
cast nnd north, and Sauiuel Ulionc on tho weat. cou
Forty-Thrco Acres and Fivo rerches,
nioal or which la timber land. A cJr'n
branch of llnvtncfei'k riina thioii-h JC$tJi?'!5
tlio land, uniln poo.l faw .Mill ia in S.'iil.W
the liiiiiieouta vicinity. The anil la rVvv
nf excellent nnalilv. anil the bind. W-
aftet beinc rlearid. will be well
am pica ioi inning. i.ata tnc estate
of John Kline, ol Hellion townibip.
llcnton twp.,Brpt 19, 1637-31
Valuable Real Estate.
IN pursuance of nn Order of tho Orphaua' Court tr
Columbia county, on
Thursday, the Gthdai of Nov cmher next,
Al lUnVlock In tlie-fnrenonn. Jnn:itbnn O. IViinlnotnn
nnd tJenrge Moore, llxeculora, be, of llobert Moire,
lain oi bng.irioat township, in said county, deceased,
will expose to bale, by Public Vendue, upon the prent-
CERTAIN TENEMENT AND TRACT
Adloinine- lands cf the licirs of Hamuid Rti-riinnn.tanria
t,fJoceplii.ockard,i:ickiclSliullz and others, contain-
Uno ilundrcd and Sixty-Two Acros,
More nrlcss, on which is erected a LOO
outbuildings. IJlTl 1
Laiethe eatalc of said der-ased, situ, pol E
u.u ... iuu wi,vsuil'Ul UIIUUI, UUU A
county afurvtaid. c
niooinsburg.Oct 10, I8S7 Cltri
BY vlrtuejof ttii OrJor or tho Oiplmnfi Court of Co
iuiiibla county, tfuloinon Noylturtl, Adminlvtrator or
llenjamin Iluyiniui, iltrccasuii) will, on
Satitrday the 2-lit of October ndftt
All o'clock, P.M.. cxpoBO to l'litdic Fntc, Upon tho
pn-miiea, jn Orancn townihlti, Columbia counly, nt
the late rot idence of tlio iJeceilint, tbo foiJowine Uval
The ca t end of llio farm Diljotiilns la tufa of H'm )c
long, Jacob ltaub, Wm, Alenrs and Uhr-r I an tin cf II,
Jluymany nsalO and containing t
00 ACRES AND 101 PEBOIIES,.
tin vtiucli there are creeled antAMK
IIOLIrU-: and a, Barn Thcro la a good
ri'iiiigui water on ine lire
miles, and till kinds of Fruit '
Trees. . About Bfty acres are
Al (lie tanjo lime mere will he gold
Adjoining aim adovo properly, uvu of tho in on tliewfit
comaliiine refepcclivflySl ud 7 acrom tiiu oilier four
on tlio voulli containing rrtpcrllvrly acres 31 iir
cliof, 5acron 1 1 J pfrclit'i, 5 nenn l'.'O t'enJiei, nud &
tic ren Hi) perclifi, nml iidjolniug lauda of llciijamia
Huiner, il, Siller and I). Mnnigomury .
At tho vnine tuna nud plucu liter will t sold tho
decedent's interest In a,
LIMESTONE QUARRY, .
til Centre townihlp, s.hl rminty j lo wit, the undivided
i aa quarter acre ol gnund. , ,.
I.atn Uie usiatii ofs.n,l Ueiiiapiln llaymati, degeascd,
of Urange tuwiishlp, Columbia county.
FOUJMOX NllviMRO. vMsi'r.
Ornnge lp , Sept. '."J, JM7 r
PRIMU Timothy and Herd Oraas Sro.li, Orchard
UrnaS, Italian Hye'flraaa, Auiericau and l.nglish
LaVin Urass, Keutncliy nine (Jrass. i.c. iu
l'ASUHAI.I. MOIIlllH & CO .
Implement and Heed ritnre
7lli and lUaikti alra.tsf l'biladtlphia,
October 10, It 37 j