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I-8VI I.. TATE, EDITOR.
Bloomsburg, Nov. 7, 1857.
Tho. SMonotary Crisis.
iiSt now but twonty years -tiaw llio
great monetary crisis of .1837 visited our
land ; nd tho child Tf that period Las
tcarcely readied Lis manLooil leforo wo
havo another visit from tho diroftit and
destructive monster. Ours is not lLo only
country subjert to these Ciiancialrovulsions,
but all tho great trading nations of tho
earth, are co'oiiiss -Hullo to them, and
!i&vomrthan onco been scourged severely
or 'overtrading and wild speculation.
But no country is moro liablo to thorn
than our own, for tho temptation to that
wild and adventurous spirit of enterprise
'is greitcr hero than onywliero dso on tho
globe. AVo all feel that with a litllo credit,
-a fair chanco and good luck, the position
of a.tnilhonaira awaita-us. And -no -where
elso ro fortunes so certain, anU made
so rapidly as' in tbo United States.
Whether ILo-banks aro to bo coesurod
in whoJo or but in part for this periodical
calamity to our country, or wholhcr tho
A'lame shtuld bo laid entirely at' tho door
of tho trading population, ox should, bo
aypertioncd'belwccn the banks antlihcir
-customers, wo will riot underlako at present
to discuss, TLero is certainly a eauso for
4t somewhere, however deep it may Ho hid
from tho plain and ordinary understanding
-of the people. Tho banks seem to have
4hocreditoftho crisis thtis-upun usiriiethcr
they deserve it or not.
JEho -question of banks'is a difficult and
complex one; and, whether they aro greater
honest to odo portion of tho community
than to another, or a blessing to all or a
curso to all, wo will not slop to inquire.-
They aro certainly used by all civilized
countries; and those -nations 'that liavo
the amelioration of the human family have
recognized most tho associations of cipital
in the form of bauks. And it would seem
that, from the general use of banks by the
more CDligbloncd nations, -theso institutions
were deemed, if not an absolute benefit, at
loast a necessary evil, 'la a new country
like ours, tfbero energy and industry are
never su richly rewarded, whero there is
overytSing in -excess but capital, it appears
Hhat tho credit- system-is- bighly favorable
to its development as enabling thoso of skill
and eotor,pri e, but without monoy, to tr.y
tbtir fortunes in tbo race for-wcaltb.
7 he unprecedented progress cur country
(has mado in tbo dovelopment ofhor resources,
in tho extension of Jicr. agricultural,
mechanical, and commercial .industry, may
io attributed, in a great 'degree., to the
Jiberal credit system which" so peculiarly
characterizes our people. But whether it
jta better to inoje a,long morc;slowly upon
moro strict cash- system without this
jfcriodical recurrence; of bank $uponypi)3,
monetary crises, panio and temporary
depreciation of tho yaluo of prpperty, .or,
.rush ahead, aa wp jjavo been dpipg,
stripkpqpipgwilhJhoharapter of ''Young
,Amerio," is a question which tho ambition
dot wo'lth.wi.ll.havo moro to do. in.dcciditig
4han the cool judgment of thojiead.
There is a great difierente'Wtwccn tho
c.ishief 1637 aad ihat.of 1857. When
-tho former "took vpMacb, it extended from
tbe people to the Federal Government.
The money of tho pcoplo had beer, confided
-,to certain State Kanks,and when an attempt
.was mado'toremovo it ."to others, or to
transfer it Id the States, themselves, under
Abo' Distribution Act, tho State banks could
-cot comply" with tho demands of -the
.Government. The temptations which'tho
vast funds of tho federal .revceno oCcred
to the bmks were too great to 'be -resisted j
,and. when the reaction oaino, and theso
funds wcro needed for tho ordinary opera
tions of t.lw Government, and for other
purposes, tho' banks coiild net comply,
.without curtailing their discounts and
polling in their debts ; and when thoy did
this, it grefly added to the genoral distress
..among tho merchants, mechanics, and
.manufacturers, and precipitated the
xata'strdpho .which fell upon tho wholo
.Union. Happily for tho counir.y, we wcro
in' a condit-'on of profound poaco when -theso
pvents transpired. Had wo been in a stato
fi( ,wr wjth a foreign power, inconceivable
tlistrcjs and .dishonor must have, resulted
The funds kept as a saarctl.tlepdiil for just
jueh (mergeneies xvcull.not have been
forthcoming. They had been used by the
bannsy to feed tho fuel of privato rpccula
f ioo-rato pamper favorites to erect palaeos
Tflnd ito oarry forward projects of a
doubtful ch.ira.ctar, or bad pissed ioto tho
several Stato treasuries, to form the basis
of other operations only 'ioos disastrous,
Thus was tho General Gover-nraentinvolvcd
in tho calamity that attacked individuals
and States. The snffoiing was universal.
Byt now Uia prostrato mochania or
merchant can look .up (roni his gloom, and
see ac least ono bright star in dark sky.
.overhead. Tn tlns hour of his-de.pondoncy
'ho need lot despiir. The Federal Gov
ernment is not involved in the catastrophe,
Tho millions of the peoplo' money have
jiot been thrown into (ho cauldron of
speculation, lo food, the fever of unhealthy
and cud.-n gtin, -an1! to add to (ho .can-
Burning revulsion in tho money maticl.
Had this not bcon so, who can count tho
calamities that would havo befallen, us f
WLp can tell whco tho mad torront of
expanded and expanding credit would have
Tlis is tho great difference between tbo
panic of 1837 and that or 1857. It con
stitutes ono of tho Hopes of tho hour. It
fpetks cf a wholesome Treasury; of the
proud and stainless "reputation we tbear
beforo tho nations ; of the security of those
citizens whoso means aro invested in the
stocks of tho United States ; and it dhows
to all men, and convinces all men who caro
to think on tho ci!bjcct,'that tho policy of
tho Independent Treasury is not only best
for us-iit times of war, but is tho truo con
scrvntor and safeguard of the pcoplo in time
Our Groat ConfodoVacy.
At tho meeting of tho next Congress
two new Stales will bo in readiness for
admission into tho Union Minnesota and
Oregon. The progress made thus far fully
warrants tho expectation. The Constitu
tion of Minnesota prohibits slavery. What
position Oregon will tako .on the samo
subject is as yet unccitais, In effect,
liowover, Oregon -is and will continuo to
bo a free State, Theso will increase the
members of tho confederacy lo thirty-three,
without counting Kins s, whoso admission
in some shape now seems imminent. The
Constitutional. Convention f Kansas -will
moot again in, a few days, reeumo and
conclude its labors, and tho Constitution
thus framed will cither to submitted itct a
popular voto or sent to Congress wjlhout
such endorsement, At tbo approaching
session of Congress, tbcreforo, tho Union
will bo materially increased In numbers,
.Stops twill also, no 'tloiibt, bo takon to
organize tho new territories of Arizonia,
Dacotah and Carson, thus raising tho
number of territories to the so mo total as at
Tho Massachusetts election on Tuesday
liast resulted iu thoclioica.JJ'lin.'ol P
Uaiiks,tlio Ilcpublican-Aiucnoan candidate
for Governor, by a largo plurality over
Gardner, American, and Boaoh,Dom6erat.
The, combined yote of tho Democratic ond
Aroorioan-candidates oxeoeds-that cast-for
Mr. Danks. An election was held on tho
same day in Now York for various Stato
officers. Tho Dcmocratio majority in the
city of Now York is 23,000 and Fernando
Wood is re-elcoted mayor. The returns
from tho interior of tho Stato aro frag,
monlary and incomplco, but thay oyery
wucro 3now -i-irgo, l7pjjloc;no gains, aa
cornpared wtb tho -vote.of la fall when
Fremont xarned tbo Stato, Tho result is
ter'lt appears after all itho 'fuss mado
by tbo Black Republicans, becauso Presi
dent Buchanan appointed a Southern man
as Governor of Kansas, ho has proven to
bo tho .very man to sottlo tho many diffi
culties in that distracted Territory. If 0
is administering the Government with the
most accurate justice., and making host? of
friends ip all parties. Ho .does not,pertait
Southern jircjudice or Northern fanaticism
to ovcrrido his judgment, bui with truo
devotion to his ennntry, and to form de
termination to sctt'o tho difficulties there,
ho odrainisters tho Government, of Kansas
according-to Jaw andgusticc. If Southern
Fire.Esters and Northern Abolitionists
will keep their, bands off, lio will succeed
in quieting tho disturbance in Kansas.
IQjTnuEsD op the TttAirons. Lebo,
Wagonseller, and Manoar, who committed
treason against the Democratic party by
voting for .Simon Cameron, the Republican
Mndidaio for,U. S. Senator,ihave all'becn
left at-bomo and true Domocmts refurnod
to tho Legislature in their places. Thus
endcth:tho career of tho traitow. They
gT to their political graves, ! unwept, un
honored and unsung."
J5Sy Hon. Biehardson hi Wright, State
Senator, from Philadelphia paid our-village
a visit a fow days ago, In a few -yocrs,
tho ablo and active Senator has made to
himself a reputation of iwhioh ho has a
right to bo proud, Tho coming session is
oce likely to require judgment and 'taot,
and wo believo Mr. Wright has the requisite
Col. James Dcegan, 9? Sullivan
county, has bcon in town for eomo days,
lie .Iias.dpne jnuch forms immediate county,
and having cast,higbroadupon tho watorS;
ho shall find it after many days. The Col,
is a good democrat and a clever man.
eSrWo ore glad to learn that our friend
Cochran ofyho Vcnango.iS?r):tator,is olected
Prolhonotary of that oounty. T.his mark
of approbation is justly merited by him for
his able and manly support of JDemocraoy.
855?" Tho Pittsburg Port strongly recom
mends Alfred B. McCalmont, -Esq., of
that cjty, as a suitable person to occupy
tho position of Attorrioy Goncral in Gov
ernor Paoker'a cabinet.
jCT There are one hundred and seven
teen Sheriff Sales advertised in the last
Tftanl-sgiviftg Bay in New York,
Gov. King, of New York has appointed
oi ... i ijb4i.u, Mu wu4iw yu u rial, tu . m . I AND DEALERS IN
the 20th of Novembers a day of tbanc ,bj, brother, Mr. Joseph B. Tptc, of Spring-1 6"Mr.Ten Brooclc amwieau hone, 1 FJsJ jxRo VISIONS SALT A
giving in that ate. ''Geld, in this county, Prjor.is dead. ' ' h,tiiiy;me.,Hiideipl,1,, ' '
ILdttor from tho Editor. No. 3.
Noam SrniNariELD, Ohio, ?
October 87, aB57. 5
Ijcar Reader f
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openuine ooeiy uijs wiiu aw
Ji .i t it, n
Te ::r:,: t.., :y::"bz,
Ul Bl A uivtuiuii niiuni UUV UUt DkUU IV i
about twenty.oeo years, and have travelled
about 000 miles to see, I feel Uko saying
... , .'.,...
things in the BuokovoiState I hae oislt. !
d a portion of tbo Western Bcscrvo, and
.otaiirned. fflr a I mo. in Snrinn(lM,l. nnnr
Akron, in Summit county, a beautiful see-
- - - 1 - r 0 1
tion and excellent agricultural Uistrict Of
Ohio. Good wheat is raised here and all ,
kinds of produce, but tho prico is what WO I
North-Eastern folks would.call killing low.
Wheat will scarcely command 81 00 perl
bushel, apples, and potatoes 25 cents each 1
per bushel, and other nrticlcs low in .pro
Tho scencr-y down -tljo Ohio River, by '
steamboat or railroad, west of Pittsburg, j
with Ohio on tho North and Virginia 011
tho South, is particularly picturesque and
delightfully pleasant. . Polilically,-Ohio is
redeemed. Tho demooracy Las gained
great victory, in olecting their .Legislature,
and although Chase lias tho certificate for
Governor, by about 1800 majority, it is a
fact that so mo 1500 negroes voted for him,
without authority of law, which wheu in
vestigated, as it will be, will no doubt,
placo Col. Pay.ni; in ;tho Gubernatorial
Ohair of Ohio.
To-(lay I re'urn to Pennsylvania. iEx
peeting to stop, temporarily, in Pittsburg,
I intend to .revisit my uativo ,homo in.
Clearfield. And now as thotimc approaches
when we must separato,- bid adiou to
friends wo lovo nnd from whom we havo
long bcon severed how bard it Is to tako
tho parting hand to say farewell dear
P. S. This dull iinomipg iCnds rno in
the SmgkyOity. Times hero aro slightly
improving. When tho spirit of improve
ment becomes more visible in tho cities,
cast and west, its influence- will begin to
4UV r r.v.iT-ijnlniic'T;asinos operations
of the interior of tho State.
A melancholy shooting affair ocourrcd
yesterday in tho-cars at .Chambersburg.
Josqph and Jeremiah McKrbbcn, tho ono
a Mombcr of Congress from California,
and tho other brotherf of tho Merchants'
Hotel, il'hiladelphia, met their former brother-in
law, Isaao Craig, of this city, against
whom an alleged wrong upon tho person
of their deaf and dumb sister is charged,
as tho cars wero leaving, and assaulted
him with (Pistols, Eightcon balls ,passed
between tho parties. Craig was .shot
through tho thigh not mortally. Con
gressman McKibben ira.s shot .through tbo
coai-slcciwa. , . .
i. jL. T.
Tho Nortlx Branch Canal.
The recent breaks in this canal has
caused great los3 and inconvenience to I
our Coal Operators. Tho dam across
tho Suquohanno, 8 or 10 miles abovo
Tunkhannock, is a comploto iwrefil;, and'
will probably be impassable for a year1 or
more, 'ilius cnus all our hopes for tho
success of tbo North Branch Canal. Wo
do not pretend to understand tho why nnd
the wherefore of theso constant' interrup
tion's, bat thero surely must bo somo serious
dercliction-of duty somewhere. 'It 'is ex
traordinary -that 1I1H Dam should bo so
lightly constructed as to give way to a
freshet, such as tho ono which caused tho
disaster. Hero wo sco.tho work' of somo
200 -men for srx months, demolished by
ono of tho lightest freshets wo ciould well
have how tho Dam could havo been ex
pected to withstand tho high tides', nnd
powerful currents which wo frequently see,
is a mystery. To say that this new and
serious-interruption, is-tho result of acci
dent, for which no 000 can 'bo 'held
accountable, is sheer nonsense. Thero
must'bc gross misman agement somewbera,
and wo should-likc to see tho mattertaken
up, and -a strict investigation made.
Now York lEloction Tho Stats'
Claimed by tho Democrats.
New York1, Nov. 4 Tho fow additional
returns -received show continued Republl
can'losscs, and tho result in tho .Stato is
considered Qodb.ful, but lis chimed by
New York, Nov. 4 U o'clock1 T. M.
Tho aggregate footings of -returns which
are reported from twenty ono counties,
including York, -Onedia, St. 'Lawrence,
and Jcffcrson, Bhow oDemocratieplurality
of 29,000 votes. Tho 'Democratic gain
over the Republicans, compared witji tho
votefor Governor of lastycar, amounts to
E5".ln tbo abseaco of the Editor, wo
give publicity to tho -following complimen
tary notice, whicli vt,& dip from, tho Sum
mit pemocracy published in Akron, Ohio :
I?EitsoNAX, )Vo received a call on
SaturdayJait from .Col. Tate, tho veteran
editor of tbo Columbia Democrat) Blooms
burg, Pa. Col. Tate established tlio f)emr
ocratt twenty years ago. and utilike many
others engaged in newspaper enterprise,
has l(tmado it, pay," Ho reports that tho
Democracy, of tho old Kovstone aro in
high gleo over their recent glorjous yictorjf f
eatisfiod that they havo givon Sectionalistn
and Know-Notbinnisra their death blow in
that Stato. Tiio Colonel was oa a visit to
Ulurdcr in rbilndelphla.
About. vo cJoiook Wednesday nftornoon
last, thp'most ihocking tragedy which it
has ever been chr lot to record mas per
1 . , - ,
poirncu'aituo et. iiawrenco noiei, on mo
of dhMiD.t street, as far a9
a .11 , 1 il r I
J" "f ,B,0W' "H
'u ""TV 1.,? T ,i-r
thracito Bank of 1 amaqua, Schuylkil
co "i"d tn the c, y and look up
il ,ow UU)B Ivi t JUUuB u
who gayo his namoas Thomas Washington
Smith, arrived hero from tbo -South, and
put up nt tho Madison IIouso. At tho
aboyo Lour, yesterday afternoon, Carter
and Smith wcro observed sitting upon a
sofa, in tho corner ofHlio parlor fronting
on Chestnut street. Vlicro was nothing,
exciting in their manner, and tho casual
observer would havo supposed that they
woto engaged in tho molt frlondly conver
sation. Thoy occupied, their scat-) for a
considerable length of tme, when Smith
drew from his pocket a Colt's revolver.
Bothpartics aroso from tapir seats, -when
Smith oomnicnccdifiring upon Carter. .At
tho third firo Carter fclj fataljy wounded,
and Smith fired two more loads into tho
body of tho wounded man -while lying
prostrato upon tlio floor, in a pool of blood,
and tbo coolness of tbo murderer, whq
quietly walked dff, and tho terror which
was depioted on every countcnanco in tho
room, was a scene most shucking.
Tho wounded man died in a few moments,
and was convoyed toJiis.rooni, in tbo upper
part of tho buildio. Officer Albright, of
-tho "Reserve Corps, who happened to bo in
tho vicinity at the time, took Smith to tho,
central polico station, w.hcro ho appeared
perfectly cool and collected. Tho Press,
CST-Thc Binghataptou'(N,'Y:) Democrat
statosvthat a trial camo off before Judge
Balcom at'tho llroomo Circuit; last week,
between Mr, Beebo, a respectablo gentle
man of fifty years aad upwards, and Mr,
Ayros, a conductor upon the Erio Kail-
road. Mr. Bccbe had purchased a ticket
from Nowburg to Addison, but on. arriving
at- Deposit, no'left tko oars, being fatigued,
to lay over tut the next day. TI10 next
day be took tho ton o'clock A. M. emigrant
train, west, but. left it atvQreat Bend, and
took tho day "Express train. Ayros, ttho
conductor, refused. to recognise rtbniioket,
and put him off tho train forcibly. Tho
suit was brought for damages for" the as
sault. Mr. Beebo recovered a vordict for
8250, undor the direction of tbo court.
It is now a certainty that tho election
in'MinnesoU for stato officers has resulted
in a Democratic triumpb. The Hon.
Henry H. &ibley, the, Administration
candidate .for Governor, and all'thoiDerco
crmro nntiititoa fur otaio olftcoin aro
elected. Mossrs. Becker, Phelps and
Cavanagh, tho Dcmocratio nominees for
Congress, arc also elected by decided
majorities. Tho Domncrats havo also a
majority in both branches of the Legisla
ture, which gives them tho election of two
-United States Senators.
Horrible Accident, Yesterday afternoon
as 1110 uattawissa train was coming, in
from Danville, about half a milo below tho
depot, in rounding a curve, a man wasseon
on tho track,, but too lato for tho Engineer
to stop tho itrqin, ,and .ho was .run over.
literally cutting him in two. Hbinamo.is
Michael Shell, of Chilisquaquo township.
aged, about .35; years ; ho was in liqu ir at
the time. Jle has for sover'al years, past
been slightly deranged, and lis .without a
family. Milloman, Oct. ,00tA.
Speaker of tho Honso,
A modest man, and ono not likely to
press his claims to political distinction
himself, wo respectfully suggest Gen,
Jackman, of this dis'ricl, for speaker 01
the (House of Representatives. His quali
fieations aro unple, and wo aro quit
certain that if the mombers knew him tlicy
would elect him. We aro suro they would
if'tlio ichoico .was not to bo mado until
month aftjr they meet. Clinton Democrat,
U. S. Senator mom Tunnessee,-
Tho election of tho Hon. A. O. P. Nicliol
son, as United States Senator, is a triumph
for tho'Domocracy of that Stato, and will
bo hailed -with pleasure (throughout (lie
country. Mr. Nichelson was tho leading
editor of tho Washington .Union undor
President Pierce, and -was distinguished as
ono of tbo most brilliant and effeativo wri
tors of tbo day.
The Grain Coming, On Satuaday
night week, thero arrived at Buffalo, N.
Y.,nf wheat 308,104 bushels, of eom
00,001 bushels, and oats 58,000 bushels,
tho largest roccipts of any ono day this
season. Thero aro over 300,000 bushels
of whcatibstwecn Chicago and Buffalo,
Tho receipts .aro largely .increasing at
,16? President Buchanan, learning that
Mr. and, Mra. Pierce were going to Ma
deira, to remain their during the wintor, in
tho hopo of restoring ,tbo health of 'the
latter, which has failed very much,.-Jba3
very gracefully tendered thcra passage-in
tbo steamer l'owliatun. to leavo on or
about tto 20th of Novcmhor.
Tbo Comploto Voto.
Tho following is tko official voto at.thp
lato'clcction in tho Stato.
William F. Packer,. 188,800
David Wilinot , 140,147
Isaao Hozlchurst j 28,277
Packor ovcr'Wilmot 42,743
Packor over W. and II. . 14,400
John F. Lindcrman,
Strickland over Millward, 4ai7fi8
Strickland over M . and L 10,130
William Plrong 180,823
Jame3 Thompson, 187,023
Janios Veeoh ,,. 142,377
Jcscph J. Lewis, l4.H.P-si
Jaoob Broom 27,840
Jasper E. Ilrady 20,054
AMENDMENTS TO T1IC CONSTITUTION.
1st. 2d. 3d. '.ilh.
For, 122,058 117,142 114,000 118,205
Aga'st 130511 21412 30305 14932
Maj. 100005 05730 1 0487 1 03873
Tho Beard of Canal Commissioners Will
bold session on tho il7th 'instant, for'tbo
purpose of making appointments on -the
Estate of David Smith, deed.
-M-rrillrT. I. l.A..t,u tin (hi( TnltPr. nrArinilnt-lirfl
IN lion. Willi Iho will aiineied, upon tho Ematc of
David Bmilli lato of IIcmiock lown.nip, oommura
rouirty.dfecaieil.havo been ranted to llio unilerHgnod,
ril Jjiia at lluckhorll, In Ilia aai.l township of llrinlock.
All pcraona indebted to tho Eattto are requcaiea to
counta lor ecltlemeiit to preient them to
jfd.-lintitral'eruilA A ulll annexed.
nu,ckhorn, Nor 2, ia'7.
List of .Causes for Trial Dcc'r'Ifcrm,
I ylllbm Koona ci George I.. KIno clal.
S William Koona rf Gcnrae L Kline.
3 Jdaeph Stackhouke vi Gilbert Fowler.
4 Tliomia rarker v John II.Tarker.
5 lanae nrown v$ Robert J. Lyon.
ft Jncob Schuyler vt Wilson Acer.
7 t leicner u. uouson ei m vi iviiitam ijong.
S f.-htiitlitn lUlBi rtonielOiger.
0 Mnrlin Mowrv vt Thomaa ttaekhoiuc.
10 Gilbert Fowler v$ Gilberl II Towler et nl.
11 William Kiucnliouten Samuel F. Ilcadley.
13 David llildebrantvaltenjamin Fox.
13 D.ivid Wlntemtxen el nl vt Chria. Sliumon.
14 William Uonradct Daniel Bmilli.
S.Janien Ulttenhoilae etnl.vr llnrny tlote.
OUcob Warner -ra Slate Mntiul 1'ira Insurance Co.
7'JnlMi.6nviler'4.j T.v fj.Tflte.
IS O. U-Klhtcnforlhc use of Wm, Roblmon pa Frett-
19 llenrv Stork ra Mcelv It If ileman.
CO Adam Siroup et alra I..n.nuptrt elal.
21 CotnellxsMcCrrcn ra Henry J Vuple.
Travereo JurorsDecem'r Term
IHnnm Panittrl PhaiTir, Jnnien L. Park lev. John
Wl.llrnig.it, John K. fJrolz, Zebu Ion Gro.
licnion itpiiupii t'.ivi, er-i leier lasc joiin mc
iifar vifek saiimei Kpictincr.
t'entre-Lcl Aikiiinti. titention llutton.
('ixUnvslcira Biiiiiitl Kolen'iailfr, MnHhtm Hnrtmin.
FiMilne t;iprk-Jtin Hen. .mard Unaiieit, Danle
sincKor, ueniy .;vr.
Ik'iulotk-J.nmes llmmlii, 'John nrubfr, Jesse Oh),
J(Hin II tl HuBt.
hocut Llini Ilrlwlr, Petfr K.'l)sr,,cifi. ShkhicI
Hiu'in-JJOiTli wintflrftifcn.'lieflnarJ Kirkend.ul,
Hot at. Bimlial It.., tf.i OtIM Utaitt
Orangp Jnliti Aclipnbicka
l'inn Uonjiimn Wlnteritn
Uonnnx Creek Ailnm fijlilc,
Sugnrloaf Alien Cole.
Pcoit n.ir,if WhitmirR, Jicoh Krllcr.
(irand Jurors for December Term.
Tltoc-m l.ewli II. Mao, liar nurd Rupert,
fieavcr John J, DrtishnrJir
ltrj:r i rf CcSlfpJ.cn 'Af U(ntatii.
OattawiRa-ReijiinIn 7,err, John Scott.
Franklin Joseph Hitter,
FishliiR Creek Wlllmin Dudtnlew,
fireenw ood Joieph Kellrr, Jackson Robblns.
I.ocust William uracil, t-'amuel Menr.
Madison IewH Schuyler. Ntilson Kitchen.
Mifflin Iaac Snyder.
Main- llamnn John.
Mount 1'le.nant Daniel Mor.lin.
U range llinim R. Kline. Ucujamin Weflmbn.
Fine William Caphner.
Itoarinjt Urek John Whltner,
Bcott Jlli Creveliiis.
WUDUBAfl, lli't Hon, Warrcn J, WoocniA4tn;rreii--rlentttfihi
Curt of OierandrTermlner ao'd He.
nerntiJnilDeliverv, Couil oftautrter 43eanotu of the
Peacaond Court of Common Pleas and Orplutn'a Court,
in lh Tavpnty-Sixih Ju icinl District, compoied of una
counties of Columbia, R'lllivan and Wyoming, nndthe
Hon J(a)b DvAaa nnd Pbter Klinc, Assortnte Judges
lu Col ii in i) I It county, have issued Hieir prectpt, (tearinc
date the lllli day of September, In the year of our Lojd
onftiliwiMnd eicht'liundred and fifty (fx; and to me di
reftod for lioldmg n Court of Oyer and Terminer and
Gene.ralJail Delivery, General Uuarter Session of ihe
I'eace.uomnion I'leniinii urpnnn s uourt, initiooms
burg, in the county of Columbia, on the first Mondav,
rbeinzthe?thday)of December next and to COnUiiUo
Noticc iBlierehv giren. to the coroner, tbo Ju it Ices
of tho Pence Mid Constables f the tnld reuiitv of Co
lumbia, that thoy bo then nd tbere ln their proper
persons at 10 o'cloek inihn forenoon rf said day, wjlh
thair records, inquikitionsnni other reuiembranrea lo
do thoe thins which lo their offices nnncrtain to h
done, .And lho that are bound by recognizonrc, to
proseruta against Hie prironi rs that are r may bo in
the Jail of said county of Columbia tn beLhenenilthttrn
to prosecute them as shall beiust. Jurors are reaueit.
ed to be punctual in lb ir attendance, nereeublvnn
their nntircs. Dated at Bloomsburg, tho 26th day of
nunureu nnu imr-seven, ana in inervi year oi the in
depeinUaj'o ofthe.United States of Amerira,
((GoU save tho Commonwealth.)
NOS. 07 AND 30 NCUTII RKCOND -8THEET,
BCLOW ARCH STREET,
TUIH popular Home has Leen thoroughly renovated,
an-t ettemtivc Imprvvtntni made for the uccommo
ilatiens ol-guests, fee. In connection withilhe above
Hotel, ih proprietor hn opened, in llio basement, a
line KATINf! AND DKINKlN(i HALOON. Altogether
th Itablii-hineut omparua favofahly with Hm Jir.t
class places ol accommodation for Traveller. Citizens,
&c beiog uilhln a short distance of tho'ew.Vork
and Pall i more (.indinga, near the Pou Office and Ex
JiatiC, her Omtibusca, going to all parts of the
The Proprietor hopes, by strict aiteotinm ,to Hie
wants of his guests, to receive a liberslshare of the
Utn of Ilaltliuorc.Md, and Cincinoali, Ohio,
Oct 31, IW7-6m
WIlKATLlirs AKCII ST. THEATRE,
IlCn BTRECT, ABOVE SIXTH.
TUT, OVA tl COMPANY, composed of theTineit Ar
lites in th world, nnd exceeding In Strength and
Talent A-y Dramatic combinaiiQn lirretofore otrered lo
the Theatrical public, will appear every nifhl in com.
eilr. Tragedy, PerioComie Dramaj Vaudavllles, Musi,
cal Durleltas, ic, eUc, When Uilliuc the City, go
BH AH.P NOTICE,
ALL persons knowing themselves lndthteilor having
unsettled Lime accounts wltb the subscriber aje
nerrby uotmed to can upon nnonon jvtyiara, Eiq t whq
can, be found in his office every Saturday afternoon, a tin
iseftlotha sme befora Ihe Ant of Januaty nvxt For
a tier wntcn time an uncollected accounts will be placed
in hands of ojneurs for collection.
Oct 31, J837
S. L. Pancoast & Co
JU X Jkl '.W W
II CI If I 1 1 V
AT THEIR PCCOVD
T Am tiT.nnMfamma.
. . , . . nn o,-
Un Xnunaaiiyj.'riaav.UCl.-iJa-iio.iaai ,
For bent pair carrheo horsci, Wm. Sloan, 4 fin
Second bell. N. H.-freDtii. "W
lien pair Draft Mono, John l'und, 3 00
Becond beat, Jlobert l'ursrl, 1 S(
nm Hlallinn. Daniel Helrer. .0 00
Bccond b-t, Barauel Mtiick, 1 )
Heal brood Mare, J. Deitrlck, 310
Second beat, John Keatar, 1 JO
l!citel(ifilecnrriaenorie,j. ii.iunci, w
B.cond beat, Teter Kline, 100
Deal Coll, 3 venn old, Joieph Vomer, son
Second beat " Daniel Nejhard, 100
Ceil OH, 3 yeara ol.l.Chailea l.te. Ji 00
Hccomtbe'l ' Wm. Ilidler, 100
Second beat " Cleorie Ileia, I 00
Iieit Unit, 1 year o-d, uaac laeier, ju
Comniltteo John K. uvea, oi ureenwoou, rnnip
llerie, ofOrcenwood. Henry n. Melirb, or Bcotl, K. n.
Anliur.ornioom, and Elloa Kline, of Bcoil,
NO. 2-OXEN, CATTLE, Ice
Host Dull, 3 ycirs and upward, annuel Rumlny,
2d beat do Robert l'uraol,
Ileal Milch Cow, Itobert Fursel,
2d beat, A. S Slonn.
n?st bulWalf tinder 1 year, Caleb Darton, Jr.,
tiett Mrtitercn i r, I iiartAn.
rlnnimlttee Neal M'Cor. of Madlsdn. Geo Weaver.
of Dlounsburg, n.inlcl Krelgh,ol Catawiasa, Andrew
Freaa and'Jacob Hill, of Ceniri.
Thero wereino heep on Eihibitlon.
nest Hoar, Ell narlon. 100
Rest Bow. Itcuben Wilton. J 00
nest Fat Fig, Moses Kaufman, 1.00
uesl lot l ICS. u or niore.v to tu weexsoio, Kiviiron, l tip
Contlnitleo. Wm. Rote, of Greenwood, Melieintnn
Reecn , ol Centre, Thomas M'Henry, of Oiange, Joseph
Mouier, of Montour.
NO .1 DOG3.
Dcat Newfoundland Don. A. C. Mrnch, .10
M .-hepltera uog.-rnnma naiiuien, ou
Committee. l'eter llillmeyer, lliomas Dallmon and
t. W. Boone, all of Dloora.
Dest'Tjair Shanghais, E. P. Luu, no
no Dliver urejs, I iivu.Ba uiii.nian,
do Gattira, N. B Frentls, " 50
do llantatna.'lhotnaa Dullman, 'r,U
do Ducke, F. Mctirfde, io
do Guineas. M.SweppfnhciB-r. 50
Best and grcniest variety oi i uwis or ar.ytgnd,
The Commillro think C E. Mnreerum la cntlllcd to
jnniTiaa in iinan.
n Diploma lor his lot or DuCKron-rixntnition.
Committee John Ilartmari, lill Uartou and Evan
wn.TnnrN AND nri-AFS snnna.
Dest TIttlliel ol White Wheat, Muses llowcr, 2 00
do Rye. Itlclmrd glllea. -1 00
do Corn liars, fGonrd) An'drtnv Mcilirk, 30
do do (Yction) L. D II J perl, SO
do Oafs'. M. K. Apnleman. SO
do nuckwltcar, O Iiirtoit, Jr , so
do l bushelClovet Seed. J. It. Ikelrr, 100
Committee. Geori!f) Yost, of Montour. Jnmea Em
inetl. of Hemlock, John llarlinan. of CHtnwIssn, lteese
M. Cck, or KrnrcrccK, anu moroeica hicks, or uenire.
NO. 8 GREEN AND DRIED FRUIT. WINES, &c.
Heat bushel Winter Apprea. William Thomns, so
llcsl I buahelil'all Apples, Margerum Wilson, to
Rest rpiclracn'IVnN, John Cbambcrtatn,
iia .eaenea,iv.fjnoaiaa, irj
do auinces.tfuean Abbott. .-Hi
do Citnbcrrev. Andrew Croute, SO
do Grapea George Yost, SO
Dest peck of Dried Apples. It T Folk. SO
Host 4 quarts Dried Cherries. W T Folk. so
do do Stoned Mra Margaret
Rest peck dried "rnches. I J Reeder, 511
Rest eamiilu Curruit.WDie, Thcunna Palmer, r0
do iEI.--r.tVk.ie,iJUt Edgar, io
do CiKrry Wine.Mra'A Dallman. Si)
do (Fresh Cider. Thomaa Cieveling, l'U
Couimittee. John A. Fiinlon,of Ma'llori, Reuben
R9iiihoy. ol Hemlock, and James M astcra, rf Pine.
llestbuhelMcref.rl'ot.iloea, Martin Rupert, SO
.In Common Enoch Keslcr, SO
rtort'i bushelBwcet Potatoes, Martin Ibupert, SO
Rest sample l..-ans, Daniel l, soifth,
do .Feas. do
Rest I dozen heads Cabbage, iI.'fHtapert,
Uesl V rumpKins, rnnip r nsnonz,
Rest dozen Heels, J McMJcliaei,
Rest bushel Turnips. Wm Thomas,
Restuozen Carrots. J MeMichntl.
Rest 1 bushel Onions, Jacob Arnwine,
Bent it Squashes , Wm Simincton
Best Sample Celery, '1 hoiras Hulllhen,
Best Perk Tomatoes. 11 T Fulk,
Brpt Sample Cliime f ugir Cime, John Groover,
do limn Bunas, Oliver Uvnni,
Pest Citiom , John KeRtei-,
Host 4;ticunilicm. Win Thomas,
r.ctl Vcm table JJzrrf . Mra Urrn Psrtnn,
Committte. J.'lteitricrt, oM:Jiliur, Baniucl Fik,ol
Ro-iringcreek, nnd Nathan Bonil'ny,
NO. 10-IIOMa AND DAIItV PROIlL'CrR.
fi'ft Butter, 1 pound nnd npunrd. lJf-ltiia It l'uron, .'Q
lie I liOal Woent Brc.id.Mrri Philip Unaneil,
Bei Fruit i;rie, P.itv & WiUon,
voi;ni i.TOtipim rnuin uimneii.
llifct npec(.eii'riekie, Amelia hnlnnnri, .'(!
do Preie;reh. Mra U llicki, ':Q
Bt qinri flrap l.uttr, Mr UHirkn. .'.i'
Best Jar Siralnid Money, Andn-w Mctllrk, M
Best Hample Honey In Comb not lis thaiiAibe.
Hallis Appleman, (
Cist eured Ham, Philip Unauget, so
Bet Sample Hard Soap. M r Uemtey, $q
Committee Mrt Hli Uatton, Mrs Joseph -Gharplfii
indtMra ti R Dienur.
NO. H-linMH AND IIOIMCIIOLP JMNUPACTimn.
Dest pieco Cloth, 5 ardi or more, C W Eves,
nesi wuiii, runny rursei,
Itest Counlerpaine, John Connor, Jr.,
flest Pair lltaukets, Mary JI illenmn,
net Sample Carpet 5 yards and more, R Johnton,
lien ooi uarpoi. cnper nressier,
Dest Coverlet, Mra Ventali Reese,
Uest pair Linen Sheets. '
it! a Filnv Cases
Rest pnir'-Yarn I!oeMrr Ilannali Cool.
V.en double pair Ynrn Hose, knit double HnnCool, 30
ino conimitie wouiu say mat ior a nouuie coterlet
exhibited by Mrs Mary Joi.ea IheSociely should jiv-hCJ'
Commluee. Il.irnard Rupert. Mrs Aaron Iloone, f
Bloom, and Mrs Peter Hnt, of Light Street
NO. 12 LADIL'S WORK AND FLOWP.RH.
BestiFancyTnhle-Cover, fa rah A Rtshel,
Best Simple Lamp or Vase Mat, Mary Hiilleman,
Uest Ladius Collais, MargeriHnvWilsun,
Best display 'Jrotchet Work, MrsC A Wilson,
no j.mnrui'ifry, iiara Jlperi,
'do Natural Floncrs, lletsie RoUson,
do ArtiHcial " ATnrearet Cremmv.
The cnnmiiilee would ray tbain Oriental faintlna
by Ctiarntte Arnwine, a splendid unrylread Dressby
Mrs John Moyor, n fancy Pin C'Uhion by Mrs O T
Wilion, Zepliyr Work by Sarah Rupert, and n Card
Holder nnd Uox bv Miss Attn Rupert, are entitled tn
not ice and prtmium or 50 cts each.
Committee. Mrs. C. W. Hartmnn. Mrs. Mori-i Vnn
Dmkitk, of Ulooni.and Miss Mary Masters, f fine.
ThffConimitlco on Ffe-ur neglected to hand in their
Report, niey will piease ao so wunout delay.
NO. H AGRICULTURAL IMPLUMEN-T6,
Best Tlow, J F Long, 'J-QO
Dest Holier, ur j namsay, rufl
Rest Corn Planter, II O Mower, uo
Rest Horse Rake. 14)0
Best Thrashing Machine, Silne U Ilultshizer SOO
licit iiayfcBirawuuuer, jw unrmer.
llestCorn Bheiley, fltone k llultsbjzer, 1 00
lien Orain Drill, George Yost, 1 00
Committee. -L U Rupert.Abner We'sti and Klias
Tlie name of tbe.Bxhiujtor having Hie Horse Rako
on Exhibition, is lost, Hf calling til our office, if a
resident of this county, wc will fil out an order on the
Trear-ircjr lor me rrentuin. trks't.
NO. 15-WAOONS AND CARRIAGES,
Rest 2 horse Wagon, N S Prenlis M)0
yd best, J n neitrjch, 1 00
ifrstshor-eijurriage, ha union, u uo
nest Top imgvy, 00 vw
For Concord 'I op Bugy, Vm 8loan'i.eoo, 1 M
Uest Open'lkiggy, (to do 1 00
Ilijstfiielclii do do 1 an
Best spring Truck Wagon, Nryhrrd St Jatoby, 1 00
Tho Committee would say that thev cannot refrain
fn 111 romiuoniJinir to favorable notice, the s letch mt.
ten up and presented on exhibition, by J Seasholtz, of
hit w icr. incy miu 11c iseniiiicu 10 a aipioma ironi
Committee Jacob Arnwine, of Montour Samuel
maner, 01 maaiswn, ni uaac, nriuer, 01 , jirtrcreek
Daniel Yoeum and Joseph Connsr Jr,
NO. 16 MANUFACTURED ARTICLES.
Best Specimen Cabinet Work, Wm Rabb, 2 00
Rest sDrinc bottom Bedsteads. G W Coretl. 1 nn
UeatSinleSett Carriage Harness, Qrntz&rursel, 1 00
wesi pair nurse cooes, juun uauman, uo
Rest i dot Fam.y Chairs, Doiiflrss Hughei, 1 00
iiesi urrss uoat, m van jiusttirK. 1 00
Committee. B. I. Former, Stephen Baldy trA.S J
NO. 17 MANUFACTURED ARTICLDO.
U Vic it ion.
Best Bee Hive, B r Fortner.
nest Parlor Stove, Joseph Hharplcss,
Best Cooking Stove aiidPriinm,insSt J Shar picas,
Best Greatest Vnrleiy Tin Vre, AiII Brown,
Best Specimen Wood,Fencc,.Jsse leacock,
Best l duz Corn Brooms, J Uietl'enback.
Committee. John Kcifer. of Catawfssa, Jacob Kos
icnDoaer.oi iranann, ana uuaries nesa.
NO, 18 MANUFACTURED ARTICLES
Best and 'argest variety of DentatWork, II O Howards-00
Marble do J UBitllsy, it
.tarlhcn slVaro.ili -&1
Hick,, 1 00
Comtniltee.-'Dr. A P. Heller, f Greenwood, Dr II,
II Foi.or Locust.'Dr. J. A. Wilson, of llerwick. pr.
Josiah Smith, oftklcoil.JUid'Or J. K Robbioa of Cata.
NO. lO-riOMKSTIC BUOABS, ic.
Bests pound. Sugar rroot China Sugar Cane, Ilium
do Msnla Buear.AllnsaCola. !m
Best Quart Syrup from China S. U.JJi Edgar,
Committee. Martin Suptrl, JamcB .Kciter, Mis. J,
K.Crou and Mra. R B Arlbur.
NO. M-PI.OWUIG MA1CII,
Brn p'owiag, regard Utnj had to I lie tkii: of
workmen aad discipline nf leatns.and eicution
of lb, woik.as Mttlai im, occupied.. J K Eyei, f 00
AWABDEq Br TUB. ,
COLUMBIA COU NT Y
v, - V .it .. .
SlM tn l.a(l o? clnioiV;
do KiVb.f.N a i-rVnii. .". .iw
Oonimllicour ' 'uinsty, uuii .iicKtivy ana J K
I.Grotl. ..,,,;,..,-. ,., a
I PI)aoi.illnpijVJUO I HliKJIU'i"
Fair of GoaiajDougloaa llughee,
, Tllo for craliilng lamdj.E k J lllika,
Aitibrotypea, Georm W Wagner,
Atmospheric t-ump Jon.i miter,
I'MJ'''";.!.'?" fe' a. t..,
Mineral Water, Neyhard fc Jacob,
O I orrjppermini,Jun ..i(,
UollettioiiV-Ilalural Uuiloslliea, Enoa Jacoly,
do do . to, , M Wyncoop,
lliil.li lloilng Machine, 8 M llolgind,
l!co V!r of Bcalea by 0 It. Weeks, and a rplendlit
IHto of lien ny I. rimer, but not being realdents of
Doluml(iicouiity,'tlie'rerulationa of tlw Society do not
allow us tu award I'remTtlms.
L'ommlitee-l.aWiOn llotheaof nenton,Allnas Colt,
of Euearloaf, Thomaa E Evea ol Greenwood, l.enls
Echutlcr of Madison, and Wm Mather or Greenwood.
The Individuate lo whom the above Premiums haye
been awarded, will call on Ihe Treasurer J. W. lieu-
.(., .iftl-ln,i,l Ihev W'll bOtCtlomOllV Dttld,
rj-The ihanl'a or the Boclely are hcrebv lendorcd
Mai. Wm. Sloan, lor the uae of hie lot. which ha so
nBnrn,itltf ntTercd ttlO BOCletV WlthOUt charge.
U3-Woarollkewlso happy to announce that Ihe ralr
was entirely tueeeairul that sulTitienllunds have been
raised, not uniy to pay lie eipen ""''
mlumi, but that a neat ba'anje will he ffl In the Trea
sury. . ,
Jim C. Stoics, tity.
Ulooiusburg, Ncv.7. 1M7
In (As matttr cf (Aa
Oiriaaa Itifimti CAsrt
TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN J Take Notice I
That Georgo Weaver, Damei- Fernwald, David
Iielz, John Relswick, William onyoer, jacou uouiuoy,
and Rev. WIHiani Goodrich for themselves and their
successors, all being citizens ol the Slate or Pennsylva
nia, and being desirona of acquiring and enjoying the
imiiiuiilliee and privilegea of a body corporate, havo
exhibited and presented to the Court of Common Plena
bf Columbia county, an Instrument in writing, purport
ing to bo Ihe proposed chnrler of "The German Reform
ed Church In Uloomrburg," In Ihctownsliip of Ulooiu,
and county efCotumbla, specifying the objectt, articles,
conditions, oamee, atyle and tllft, under which tbey
have associated, and mean to associate 1 nnd the sldd
Court having per used and examined the said Instrument
and having found the objects nnd conditions therein,
act forth and contained lobe lawful, and not injurious
to the community, have directed said writing or instru
inent lu the office of Iho Frothoholnry of -thoCour! or
Common Pleas ol snld county, und nntice-to be given
In one newspaper p'bllahcd In said rountyrbr at least
Itirrc weeks, setting forth that nn application. lina been
mado to raid Courl 10 grant a charier of Incorporation,
as specified In anld instrument o' writing; (ha) ajipll
railon has been made at the September Trm ol said
Court. A. I.1657, to cram such n charier; nnd that ir
no sufficient reason bu shown to the contrary ly Iho
firit day of December Term, 1837, of said Courl,.ll will
decree nnd r-celare said persons so associated to be a
body politic or corporation, in law and. In met. accord
ing to tho said articles and conditions, and to have
continuance by the name, stvle-nnd tlllcin saidlnsliu.
mctit mentioned. ,
Rloomsbiirg, Sept 17, IM7
AT an Orohan'i Couri lief d nt nJoom-
liurjr, hi ami for lolil County, on Monday
Si'ptember tli. 1S37 ; a rni h ti j;rMteli
upon mi ino nnit ana ngni repmcma
live h of Jliigel rox, Jnle of L?cust town
rliin. In Mid tountv. decetueil : to wit.
John Tox, Hnrhel KupJics, la-o Ratliel'Fox Franklin
ithoike. (tuardiiin nf Kaelincl Tor. and LVtpnr lltnliei ,
Gunnlian ol Clizabclli Fm, Harriet Cox, lincriliarritU
witfi UrtiltTiley nnd Will lorn Fox, riilMren or William
Fox, deceived; ron olinlii Enpel Tax. Requiring llirm
to be nnd nppenr nt nn Orphan' Court In bu lipid nt I he
Coit rl llnune In Hlooni(liirp, In mh counl of L'oliim,
bin, on the ith rtnv ol December next; then nnd there
Ut Accept -or.rcfufcitlie ratal of tint stall! riptcdetit at
ihe vnlnatUn tfureof; sHtl in ense Hie in id purlieu ,.?
rleci itr-refuno so to tnketlie mine, thui 10 iiliewrnure,
iT fl"y Uiey have, why the samo bliould not Lc lold,
according to law.
Tlie.Iiciri nnd legal renrenentntlven, nnd nil pernn
Ifitrtrnctaai. In tli c Km lule uniie tali! l.nrrl Fox. dfrrnad.
Ki . Jrieriu-rrby nollfled of the obtniiilng nnil f-xiitence ol Uia
Abov rule. nnd oftliereturn day thereof
MD.riit.rt u. niii.LsKK,
TunaiRtnD ufr ixaviMjvcy, jixxvrrr jixd
TJl VST COJUVJIW VF PJUMltyLPItM,
orrifK. no, 40H cin-stUT sirfict.
CAl'l'IAI., (paid up.) 8JOO.U0O.
pONTlNUDto make lNSUUANCr.S ON MVK8 on
Withe' most rrnioiialilo terms,
Tic capita I being paid up and. in vested, together ilh
a larte and constantly iucritaie rtserved fund, offrw
ji perfect sefurJty to iheniKtirI.
The premium mil; be paid ye.uty, half yearly, o
TlteCmiiinvadd n HOMIS pftrWI fealty to the I run
irseefo ltl." Th MHHT IIOVUH npprnpnatf.I in
Dercmber, If-'M. tho SKCOVD BONUW.in (December,
l.'W.thiil Hlltll BONUS lu Drceinher, HU
CS'These ndditinm are made without requiring any
Increase inUi prrmiunn.n he paiil In the Company,
Thi fnll'.winj are n fi w fknmpte from the llcgisu r
Amuu it 01 rh'ay aiul
liuims to be Inrrea.tsl
bv T'lturP uiMltinns.
"j'3lv ill '
:i S1T.1 ihi
c -mi uo
1'htnplill.ls, runtniiuni: taltlcs or.rnl.s anil rxplata
linn. Inrms or npiilirnltnn, anil lurltirr Inlorniatinn
call be round al llir f IVp.
JNO. r . JAKMi Tcmory,
Eitatciqf Benjamin Piatt. '
LETTKHS of Administration on tho
Erlatftor tlfpjanitn Piatt, lato or I'm township
Unlumbia ro'lnlv. rlcccaspjl. have brpn emitted bv llio
Register nf Columbia rnAt.ily. to tile llliitPrsisnfil wto
restoYs in sain 'fine tonnslilp.in Columbia countr;
nil pcrstii.s having cliim, nguitisl Its a aslalo or tho
Mrcenent nrn rviursiru io prasnt mem 10 ino vomin
Islrator without drl r, and all parsons jndeblcil' to
Oct 'Jl,'l7 JMnlltraurl
Estate of Jacob Nuss, dccUl,
LETrajRS of Administration on the '
Kslate ol Jaeos Nuss. hl-i or Mifflin twmliin.
Columbia county ilcceasfil, have been aranletl by thn
ueaistar oi Loiumuia county, to tneunilflrslgneil. who
reside, in Maid Mifflin township, in Columbia county;
nil perrons having claima bgahitt the estate of thf
decedent. are re.quu.led loproxcnt litem tolbe Admin
islralor williout delay, and all person indebted to
make payment forthwith.
Sept 3, ie5r-Ct Min'r.
COLUMBUS MALE AND h'JiMALK
Tlin rrutico.o! ihl, institution linve iinamroously
elected II. I). Walker, A M of Lawl.burg, 1'rln
cinal o said Academy. In place vt 1'roL Anderson.
whose limn capitis with the present tiroi. Ihe lmb day
Mr. Wnlki'r will succeed Mr. Anderaonmmedll,y
artcr Ihe close ortil, labn rl.
It la destinic by the Trustees, with their new Triri
cinal. In inako this institution ono or the best or the
Kind in thetHale.
UU 17, 1U7
I'A'I'UNT SPUING HEi) BOTTOM 8.
ALL you tli. t want to ret and aleep lood, call on
rillOlini: V. COUKLL. and buy GOULD'S M
TbJfT BED BOTTOMS, lie has boujbi the patent
right or Columbia county, nnd is now prepared to fur.
uuiium, sppiictiuie loom as wen es new ueasteaae.
Ho has also on 'hand all kinds of Chinet.Pitriiliurn.
Chairs, Cottage Uedstcads. and other Cottage rurollur,,
vhlt Ii lie will sell asctieap aa the cheapest.
l,u, i.runy.inutjo vuinns.
oEoBau w, nonxLL.
Blooiosblirg. Oct 17. IBS7
T11U rrrsidcnl-and Managera oT.tha CallaHissa
Utido.CtHnpauy have thia uaydecbued a dividertfl
or3 per.ct. (75 cts pet shore) on the Capital atock of
said Company ror the last six months, payable to. Ike
Stockholder or their legal representative, on or after
the loth of October.
' 'Oct,lfJ7-31 1
QTIIAVEH trom Ihe aubicrlber at' Campbe'l 4t Won
den's Powier Mil Is, In Centra Voivnstil pt Columbia
county, on Monday, ihe .Ulli of September last, a young
With somebrown .potsupon her. and horns
poinllnc if tWiivxrd. Five dollars rewardis
w.ilUeigiri.ir her recovery by ihe subser.ber:
(Centre. Ortober 10, 1W7
Brick! Brick! Brick!
"OIVE HUNDRED THOUSAND
JL? rillME 11KICK. uit turned out.al the stibicrl
ber'a lirick Vards in Illoomaburg. and ore offered lor
aale. The best in the eouatry. Apoly to
R. II. AKTUUIt.
Cloomsburg. Oclt.ber 10. 1M7
STOVE FOIt SALE.
A GOOD l'ARLOR STOVE, in eictllcnt order,
,tx tat, cheap. Apply to
Hloomiburf.Ortnbar 10. leJ7
LEVI L. TATE.
W. t W. V, CrtEADY.
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