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LEVI L. TATE,
SATURDAY MOIUmjQ, JANUARY S, ISO.
OUIl NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
K7 Judge nupcrt nilvcrtll Ll.l of l,eltrr.
E7" Henry Zupplnger advertlres hi. eitabllthmcnt.
O-Jenkln, ic Smith, advctlhc tho Iron City Coltcto
O" J. W. Banker, ailvml'n Leather, Hair, etc for
tale cheap, at the Light Street Tannery.
Sheriff 8nyderndvrrtlfci two more Balca, prop
trly of Juhn Turner, anil TliomaaC. Fowler.
IE7 Hon. John tlrliHn, Bup'l., of tho Dclnnrrc, Lack,
atvanna U H'e.tern It. K., adv. New T.I mo Table.
E7 Cliarlea Parrinh. riiq Srrrctarr of the Wyoming
Canal Co., oduertiiea Election of Board of Uluccra.
Cor.. Hiram It. Kline, oho of our Rep
resentatives in tlio Legislature, lias our
thanks for an early copy of Gov. Packer's
Last Annual Message.
IIon. John Dnisni.v, Sup't., of tho
Delawaro, Lackawanna & Western Hail
Road, publishes tlio Now Timo Table of
that Road in tbis "Columbia Democrat."
Col. II. Stanley Goomvix, Supcrin
tendent of tlio Oattawissa Rail Road, aud
T. Ilaskina DtFuy, Esq., President of
said Road, Lavoour thanks for a valuablo
"New Year's Gift."
American Agriculturist. The Jan
uary number of tbo Agriculturist is all that
a January number should be. This monthly
is invaluablo to tbo farmer, and only costs
one dollar a year. Now is tbo timo to
subscribe. Orango Judd, Publisher, New
The meeting of tho Tcachors' Instituto
of Columbia county, hold last week at
Orangovillc, was attended' with decided
success. A partial report of tho proceed'
ings, reported by Mr. Drockway, Chair
man on publication, appears in tbis Coluni'
bia Democrat. Wo aro happy to learn
that tho Educational interests aro progress
ing encouragingly in Columbia county.
Pennsylvania Legislature. This
body met last Tuesday, at tho City of liar
risburg. Messrs. Klino and Osterhout,
cur members in their seats. R. M. Pal
mer was elected Speaker of tho Senate
and Russel Errctt , Clerk. In tho House,
Ellsha W. Davis, was choscs Speaker, and
E. II. Raucb, Clerk.
Upon next Tuesday they elect a United
The Editor of tho Republican advises
his party friends to stand firm to their
principles "not to yield ono inch." Now
tbo "balaneo of tbo world, and tho rest of
mankind," would doubtless liko to know
what arc tho principles of tho mongrel re.
publican party. If persistency in wronr.
doing invasion of other's rights rebel
lion and intestino war, with all its attend
nt concomitants, is what thoy aro driving
at, Dr. John is just tho man to aid in their
continuance and consummation.
"nooRAii for Lincoln.' The Clevo
land rlaindealtr throws up its cap in this
stylo: " Thcso aro Mr. Lincoln's times,
Secession, suspension, bank3 bursting,
money shaving, business stopping, poor
men begging, women starving, and babies
,Svn&-. .UoaraUfot. Lincoln.., What.if
the Union is on tho cvo of dissolution,
States withdrawing, minuto men arming,
and civil war threatening. What if credit
is ruined, and panic prostrated every
branch of business, all owing to tbo elec
tion of a sectional President by a section
al party, a President and party pledged
to an "Irrcpressiblo Conflict" with tbo
Southern half of tho Union 1 It is all a
joko. There is nothing in it. Tbero will
be no secession, no trouble. It is only a
nino day's bubble. Tho South don't mean
it. All sham. No-body scared. Rring
on tho V lua Awakes I Let us go on with
tho jubilac. What if tho banks do sus
pend, manufactories ccaso, merchants fail,
farmers mid no sale for their stock, and
what little money they have laid up rap
idly depreciating. "Nunc est bibeudum.'"
Tne SnoE Pincuino in Nw Enq.
land. The political convulsion is begin
ning to press heavily on tho manufacturing
towns and cities of Now England, thus
demonstrating that tho curses which bavo
been hurled from that violent abolition
section against tho South, tho constitution
nnd tho Union, aro coming homo, liko
chiokons, to' roost. Tho shoo business,
which may be considered tbo staplo trado
of Massachusetts, wo pcrceivo, has ro
ecivcd a terrible shock. Many of tho
factories havo suspended work entirely
several houses ih Natick havo failed, and
nearly all have been compelled to rcduco
their forco of workmen ono-tbird or one
half. Tho foundries and machino shops
of Connecticut, too, aro in a similar con
dition ; establishment after establishment
is dismissing its operatives and closing its
doors, and this is but tho beginning to tho
end, Tho republican politicians will find
out now how much easier it ii to demolish
than to construct. Thoy bavo broken
down all tho manufacturing and commer
cial interest- of tho country and turned thou
sands of people out of employment. But
they will Icarn how difficult it Is to icstoro
prosperity and build up what they hare
seduced to rufa. I
In answor to a call published in tho
eovoral newspapers of tho County, a num
ber of Tcachors met in tho Church, at
Orangovillo, on tho forenoon of December
S4th, 1800, for tho purposo of holding tlio
Fourth Annual Session of tho Columbia
County Teachers' Instituto. It was called,
to order by tho County Superintendent,
Mr. Ari'LE.MAN, who briefly stated tho
objects of tho meeting. On motion ho was
elected President, and A. P. Young and
Q. S. Coleman, Secretaries.
After somobrief remarks by tbo differ
ent members, tho President wa3 authorized
to appoint a committed on General Ar
rangements. Ho Bolcctod O. S. Coleman,
Jas. V. Kcclcr and Sylvester Dietrich, to
form that committee, Committees on Pi-
nanco and Criticism wcro also ordered, but
their appointment was deferred until tho
afternoon. Tho Instituto then adjourned
to meet again at half-past ono o'clock.
Tho Instituto was called to order at 2
o'clock. Tho President then announced
tho order of exercises for tho afternoon
and evening, and tho following committees :
Committee on Criticism, J. 15. Knittlo, A.
M. Whito, R. R. Pcaler, Misses E. L.
Rich and II. A. Vandcrslicc. Committco
on Finance, M. Whitmoycr, C. B. Urock
way, and Miss Jennie Warden. Prof.
II. D. Walker opened tho exercises by a
drill on Object Lessons, showing their ben
efits and tho manner of conducting them
After a recess of ten minutes, Wm. Bur
gess gave a lecturo on Reading, showing
in a forciblo manner tho necessity of its
being properly taught in our common
Prof. Walker devoted tho next half hour
to tho consideration of Arithmetic. Ho
criticised tho definitions usually given in
our text books, and supplied their placo
by moro suitablo ones.
Tho Institution then adjourned to meet
at Ci o'clock in tbo evening.
The meeting was called to order at tbo
appointed time, and somo miscellaneous
business was transacted. The committee on
Criticism wcro called ou,but made no report.
On motion tho following committtccs wcro
appointed. On Publication, C. R. Rroek-i
way, A. R. Whito and D. Jj Patterson, i . , , , ...
,, , . , , , . . , . present refused to register their names,
Thoy whero instructed to tako a synopsis , , . , . ,,. '
.: , , , , ,. , . ' . though following that vocation. Wo pro
of tho lectures to publish in connection , , . , ,. , .
.., ., . . T. , .. c T .sumo thoy feared tho tax. Adjourned to
with tho minutes. On Resolutions, S. J. 1 . . . , , ,
n i tt t i u t tr t- i i meet at tho usual hour.
Poaler, U. J. Campbell, Jas. V. Kcclcr,
T. . ',, , -., , WEDNESDAY AI'TERKOON.
Lizzio Masters and R. P. Lvcs. mi. -r r i ,i n r
,.. ,. , ., . The presiding officer, and tho Class In
Wm. Burgess called tho attention of tho 1 , 1 ,. ,
D r. 1 -.,.-. rrmnn r-Attirtirlint al I n l-rtu tt Ttflunli
mnm hfira tn t in i mnrr "itm nl cnheniiihinn
to 'I7ic Pennsylvania School Journal.
Prof. Walker then delivered a lecturo
on "Culture," which was treated in a mas-1
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n,iij uiuuuwi v iiiu,ugu uu, Ullljr
thought, but finish and culture in tho au
thor. A short recess was then civen tho
members, after which they proceeded to
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discuss tho question "How shall tho rccu-
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lar attondanco of pupils be secured !" Mr.
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Burgess mado a few remarks, cxprcssmc'
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tho hope that tho Teachers would tako up
tho subject without delay. He was followed
by Messrs. Broekway, Sehlieber, Pealcr,
Whitmoycr and Krickbaum. The IW
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dent reiterated tho invitation to all tho
citizens to attend. Un motion, also, all
friends of education, whether teachers or ,
not, wcro allowed to participate in tho ex-
-A.ajoutnsi. to-TOov u, uu tmuutoa to
nino in tbo morning.
Tho Instituto wa?o called to ordor at
appointed timo. Prof. Walker read a
i luu "-"pu- -uu oucreu up a
icrvcni prayer. 110 tuen tools up tho sub
jeet of Aritbmctio, and developed further
his plan of teaching it.
Mr. Burgess followed on tho subject of
n..i,.-i. . i.s,i. i.. i ...i i . ,i
v.inwij.ayujf nuiiiu uu ifumuu iu iiis usuai
sijfic. i recess was again given, alter
which a picco of music was well sung by
somo members of tho Instituto.
Grammar was then lectured on by Prof.
Walker, who spared no pains to mcko that
usually dry subject interesting. Ho amply
illustrated his method of teaching it.
Tho President then read tho program
mo for tho afternoon, when tho Instituto
adjourned to meet again at tho stated
The Instituto was called to order at one
quarter to two o'clock. Prof. Walker im
mediately procooded to call tho attention
of tho toaobers to tho subject of Geogra
phy. Ho showed conclusively how it
might bo mado tho most interesting of our
common school branches. After enjoying
a short recess, a beautiful Glco was sung.
Mr. Burgess then resumed tlio subject
of Reading, and brought out somo very
good ideas. Another recess was had,
which was followed by moro singing.
Prof. Walker during the next hour,gavo
a very interesting drill on Object Lessons,
At tho conclusion of his lecturo a vote of
thanks was tendered to tho New Columbus
Quartette Club, for tho delightful manner
in which they had cnlortained tho Insti
Tho Instituto was called to- ordor a 0
o'clock, and tho minutes woru read, cor
rected, and adopted. Tho committco on
Criticism followed with their report. Mis
cellaneous business waif next taken up, aud
Mr. Broekway from tbo comniitteo on Fi
nance asked for instructions in rogard to
tho publication of tho proceedings. After '
considcrablo confused discussion, tho fol- j to olect a President pro tern. Mr. Rrock
lowing motion passed : That tho extent of way was elected, hut beforo bo could cn-
tho roport, and manner of gotting it up,
bo left with tho committco on Publication,
Ry nnothor motion each member was to j
uavo as many oopics as Ho would pay for.
After a lively Glco, Prof. J. A. Shank I
.1 - ,t I- in i i
was introduced to tho audience. His sub'
jeet "Tho Representative Educator of tho
Amcnoan mmd," was treated in a manner
that showed depth of thought and great
elocutionary powers. Though but a young
man, ho has already aadc his marl: ; and
we bavo no doubt that tho "Orangovillo
Malo and Femalo Academy" will prosper
uudcr hiii direction. Tho building was so
densely crowded that n recess of ten min
utos was deemed necessary.
Prof. Walker proceeded to deliver his
popular lecturo on "Tho Personal Qualifi
cations of tho Teacher." It was conceded
on all sides to bo tho production of a well
stored and maturo mind.
Prof. J. P. Wickcrsham, who had en
tered during the last lecturo, was then in-1
troduccd. Ho simply mado afewrcmarks
stating bis intention of commencing to umk
on tho morrow. Adjourned.
At tho appoiutcd timo tho Teachers
were called to ordor, and tho Rev. Mr.
Goodrich oponod tho Instituto with an
eloquent prayer. Tho questions which
had been placed in tho box wcro then
auswered by Prof, Walker.
'1 ho subject of teaching tho Alphabet
was then taken up by Prof. Wickorsham,
who showed several feasiblo plans of ma
king it an interesting and easy study for
ohildrcn. After a recess of a few minutes,
ho continued tho same subject.
Ho was followed by Prof, Walker, who
introduced some now ideas rclativo to tho
study of Grammar. Tho committco on
Finance then reported that they had de
cided to levy a tax of one dollar on each
member of tho Instituto, for tho purposo of
defraying tho necessary expenses, aud
hoped that the payment would bo prompt.
Prof, Wickcrsham next considered tho
importanco of studying Geography, and
tho manner of teaching it. His remarks
were pointed throughout. Ho also an
swered a few questions which had been
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gavo a number of teachers a chaneo to
make somo motions at their expense.
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ance, wlien I'vof. Wickcrsham conuui
, a lecturo on. reading, in which much im
portant information was embodied.
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tho subject of Arithmetic, in which ho
Kavo 601110 important definitions.
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Alter another recess, Prof. Wickcrsham
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answered some questions which had been
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f ,J 'D . 'n M,d Pr00eedcl1
fJ' f 0-fogr.phy dilat g cspo-
Tlc tc JSTSLT
M 'he closo ot tho lecturo, a question to
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tuo committco on linanco was answered.
nnd tl0 Instiutc a(ljourDcJi
At tho usual hour, tho toacbors'wero
ciulcu 10 oruori minutes reau, cnuciseu,
j nua aU0Pl!a' Tho committco on CriticUm
mado a report, and questions from tho box
1 1 , .,
; woro answered by the Clas3 Instructors.
irof. Wiekersbam then HMvA n
lccur0) fall of noblo sentiments, on "The
Teacher and his Profession."
Prof. Walker being called upon, re
sponded in a neat address, dwelling parti
cularly on tbo question "What shall bo
tho futurn hhtnrv f tl,!a m,. f
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Tho President called tho Instituto to
order at 9 o'clock. Prayer was offered
liy tho Rev. Mr. Goodrich.
Prof. Wickorsham then by n scries of
questions to tho teachers, rapidly review
ed what ho had gono over on teaching tho
Alphabet, and Orthography. The bal
nuco of his time was consumed by contin
uing these subjects.
Mr. Burgess occupied tho next hour in
explaining the principles of Penmanship.
'Iho usual recess was then taken, when
tho cominitt :cs on Finance and Publication
mado statements, showing tho necessity of
prompt payment from tho members.
Prof. Wickorsham then lectured on
general subjects, selceling thoso of tho
most importanco to tho teacher. Tho
Instituto adjourned at tho conclusion of his
remarks, to meet at the usual hour.
Urder was called at 20 minutes to 3
o'clock. Questions waro answered somo
what at length. Prof. Wickorsham then
gavo his viows on School Management
Ho proved them to bo eminently praoiica.
Mr. Burgess noxt lectured on Beading,
giving examples of tho manner in which
piccos ou certain subjects should bo treat
l'rof. Wickcrsham dwelt a short timo
on Beading, and then continued tho sub
jeet of School Management. Ho con
Irnetnrl llirt nnf nml nrouo.if vintliniTa
v. HH .. ,..wuv..h .u.kuvuu vi
manar.im schoola Adioumprl
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At 15 minutes past tho appointed timo
of meeting, n motion was mado' and oarriod
tor upon tho duties of his offico, tho regu
lar President mado his appearance Tho
minutes wcro then read and adopted, aud
'tho committco on Criticism mado their ro-
port. Aftor some ccnoral criticism, Prof.
.... . . . . '
Wickcrsham answered tho questions sent
him through tho box. Tho church choir
then enlivened tho proceedings by singing
ono or two piccos.
Prof. Wickcrsham, then gavo a final
lecture. Tho subject was "Tho Duties of
tho Citizens to tho School." Though tho
building was crowded to excess, yet tho
utmost attention was paid to tbo plain and
pointed facts as thoy came from tho lips
of tho tpoakcr. Ho closed by muting all
to visit him at tho Stato Normal School at
Millersvillo. Aftor recess, tho Committco
on Publication again urged tho matter of
subscription for tho minutes. A piece of
musio was also sung by tho choir.
Prof. Walker lectured for boiuo timo on
tho duties of parents aud teachers, and
also alluded to tho right of children. Iu
answer to repeated calls, ho read Poo's
celebrated Poem, "Tho Bells "
Mr. Burgess presented tho following
resolution which was unanimously adopt
ed. Jlesolvtd, That wo hereby tender our
wannest thanks to Mr. Wickorsham, for
his able and valuablo labors among us in
elevating tbo educational standard of this
County : and wc trust tho friends of edu
cational advancement hero assembled,
will ever Hold ins namo and services in
Aftor tho singing of a beautiful piece of
music in tho gallery, the Institute adjourn
ed. FRIDAY FORENOON.
The President called tho teachers to
order at ono quarter past nino. Prof.
Walker road a chapter ia tho Bible and
then offered up a prayer. Besides an
swering a number of questions ho talked
for Eomo timo on ueneral aubiocts. Hn
also explained his method of teaching
Grammar, and his reasons for it. Ho
next took up Arithmetic and solved many
practical questions. After reeess ho con
tinued his remarks on Grammar and pars
ed sovcral sonUnccs by a system of sym
Tho Instituto was called to ordor at J
lo 2. Tho question box wai examined,
and its content commented on by Prof.
Walker. Tho Finauco committco again
called tho attention of delinquent teachers
to tho fact that they should pay tho a
mount levied upon them.
Prof. Walker mado somo further ro
marks on Arithmetic, and showed an easy
method of extracting tho Cube Root. Ho
also spout some timo on Percentage.
His next rubject was School Govern
ment. His experience in that alono would
bo of immonso benefit to any teacher.
Tlio Instituto was called to ordor at tho
usual hour, when tho minutes vera read,
corrected, and adopted. Tho committee
on Criticism mado their usual rcport,aftor
wliL'h there was somo sharp general criti
cism. The committee on Resolutions
mado their report which was accepted.
I'ho Resolutions will bo printed in tho
Pamphlet i'ho committco on Financo
mado their report, showing that SOS had
been received, of which r.mouut $01.11
Urn! Vjoon expended -y tho necessa
ry expenses : thu3 leaving a balance of
3 81) in tbo hands of tho committee. On
motion, this amount was ivcn to tho com
mittco on Publication to assist in publish'
ing tho proceedings in pampijet form,
As a number of tho teachers thoughj somo
of tho items too high, Mr. Broekway, from
tho Financo committee, stated that ho had
agreed to tho report, though if any ono
would do any of tho work cheaper, ho, for
ono, would bo willing to let them have tbo
job. This led to a blight misunderstand
ing, which, however, was speedily dissi
pated. Tbo committco on Publication reported,
that they bad nearly enough money col
tcctcd to get tho proceedings published in
a rct-pcctablo manner,
Tho placo for holding tho next Teach-
crs' Association was next discussed, but
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uothiDB definite was arrived at. After a
short rccoss, tho County Superintendent
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much good advico was given to tho teach
ers, l'rof. Walker then addressed him
self to tho Institute. IIu ppoko in a very
feeling manner, and thanked tho teachers,
and citizens of Orangovillc, for their mar
ked courtesy to him.
l'rof. Shank was next called out. nnd
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in a neat sncceh Lo invited the tennhnra In
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them that tho citizens would rccoivo them
with open arms.
Dr. Lolt was next called for, but ho de
On motion, adjourned sine die.
A. V. YOUNG, I
(J. S. COLKMAN
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10 a36l3t m tl!0 preparation of tlio Jlmutea
, 71. .1. 1 ,1 : ,1.1
for Publication, hayo authorized their
rw, :......, , f- .1 tr. l .1
Chairman to act for them. He has deem-
cd it proper to give- only a brief synopsis
Mr.Burgeaa tben ppoko a few minutes 1 erry l,o0
m "Tlio l'ersonal Qualifications of tbo J'.'.''P1"4' 30'
readier." Ills romarks wero listened to 1 l'otter 51
J T o. . I'J .. i r r -pi r with five por cent, interest. Livcstmcnts 'Pi'H un.ifr.iencii p,i,,ted by tn. orphan'. lv, of
. . son as a committco on Publication. Tlio , . ,! , . ' . J rniumbia count,., V ,,m, ,',f a,n,! ,i .,.
f two last named L-ontlcineii. buini' unablu mauo in jjonu, Mortgage, etc. icmalcs, ;".' 'r.,'":rt' n'" Jwrerr, a.iui.t,nt
of tho proceedings, as thoy will horcaftor
bo published much fuller in pamphlet
ALMANAC FOR 1861.
M t H H erj CO
c a 8 r? C 3. H.
45 & $ 3
I . 45 ' I
11 2 a 7 0
07 8 0 10 11 12
13 14 10 10 17 18 10
20 21 22 23 24 25 20
27 28 20 30 31 ,
3 4 0 0 7 8 0
10 11 U 13 11 15 10
17 18 10 20 21 22 23
24 25 20 27 28
3 4 5 0 7 8 0
10 11 12 13 14 10 10
17 18 1!) 20 21 22 23
24 25 20 27 28 29 30
1 2 3 4 0 .0
7 8 0 10 11 12 13
14 '15 10 17 18 10 20
21 , 22 23 24 25 20 27
28 20 30
12 3 4
5 0 7 8 0 10 11
12 13 14 lfl 10 17 18
10 20 21 22,23 24 20
20 27 28 20 30 31
2 3 4 5 0 7 8
J 10 11 12 13 14 10
lfl! 17 18 1020 21 22
23 24 25 20 271 2(J 20
1 2 3 4 0 0
7 8 0 10 11 12 13
14 15 10 17 '18 10 20
21 22 23 21 25 20 27
28 29 30 :n
I 12 3
4 01 0 7 8 0 10
11 12 13 M 15 10 17
18 19 00 21 22 2.1 24
20 27 28 20 30 31
1 2 3 4 0 C 7
8 9 10 11 12 13 14
15 10 17 18 10 20 21
22 23 24 25 20 27 28
1 2 3 4 0
0 7 8 0 10 II 12
13 14 15 10 17 18 19
20 21 22 23 24 25 20
27 28 20 30 31
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10 11 12 13 14 15 10
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Official Voto of Ponnsylvania.
t.ouiitiee. llrcckinriilre, I.incolti. Douelna. Tiuli
lie J ford,
Montour, 1 ,007
39,227 1,072 7,121
j eIianna. JgW
Venango, 1,041 .
Westmoreland, 4 ,7 02
. TOTAL, 191,831
Lincoln over Hrackinrldie.
Lincoln crer all oppoaiUon,
ustry wo Acquire Biches."-
'lilt v . .,
IU "Application in Youth niakC3
1.1 .r i.ti ii i . , . Hnu orrliaril of Apple, Tuacll onil I'car Tree., lato tho
old ago comfortable," as ho experienced, 'taio or.ai.i dece..e.i. ..tu.no in tiwiowiuhiiiofMu
. - ...... , rleaiant, and county afore.alil.
and as many experience who deposit in tho JMVU eyckly, Cmw,
Old Franklin Saviug Fund, No, 130 South" R'Terufu"c'on"iteni'iu,d,. known on day of
Fourth street, below Ghc&tuut,
uia to I.
viii" Tunil receives dcnosiU in larffo or'
marrioa or single, or minors can Ucpont in
il.r . . ,., . .
their own right and can bo withdrawn only
tit. ,!. . r. , ..
with their consent.
DCO auvcrtiscmcnt in
SOI.P. Lfntlli-r, and all other Mlnlnof LNlllitril, Mo
rocco, l.liiinj ami lllnillng, for naln clicnl ln
thirliunpcitliy tho iimlcrfigniMl at hli Tannery rinlab.
Ilnhninil, In Light (Street, L'oluinMa c:, rn ALHO-A
litinn, rheap liy tits Imphcl or lin
K7UaRh luilil fur lllilea.
Light Street, Jan 9, I'M 3m.
I. W. SANKUY.
I Office oftha Wromlnc Canal
I AaSiominMSfrfrl Httadilpkla.
Trt mtlfl ulvifWIIfll noil.!.
nviibb . ma riiA.nimi.iii.n-ij
TUd annual merting of thn r?toeRhnlieat
will be heM at the office of the company No. .lo Walnut
t in the city orriiilnita. on Monday January Slt, ltol
between thn lioura of linnil 3 o'clock at vhlch time an
election Hill taao place, for a l'reiiileiit vlcn Preiiileiit
aim six luaiiazeraio acrve ror tllfl cnsil ng vrar.
I . . t.'HAIll.Ud 1-AltIUSII, .
Illicrntitv tU whlrli the rut. Mr nlwnv fit
pntrontzrduenrr .uppfrwr, (enmo ice lilt comi hniur)
fie mcAiig tn thotv Ms uratihnlc by Mtltjt fuctt not in
empty wcmti. Ills ambition u tint much to make tunn
ry at to occupy tht btft or tint cf tht brtt ihopn, nnd to
le E?nTut1y appreciated 09 ono of tfi iWt Horkmtn.
FnrtriTi liim thin tndutjrencc ; li nlinlt try to direct it
well. (rrourc, tAo iiibnrcr whether with tivntl or hand
Id worthy of hi hlrp,
Nw watrbn, new tlockf ,& lot nf fftinj Jwitry.ri fill
nmortllUTlt of rlnonri Cnr unit-hen. InaliUi n it nufkdln
Wntch ml Clock Irlmminps h pood amort ent of com
Imnntimt silver framed fpectnftmi bIawi for ii 'ftartiit
inimtwneniintpirtncica win; sowing Mnrliiiici two
ktmli.nrid lntructlmt to work them, ic. A.C., nil mi
trriiivpurely rcjuoiialdefor all.
Woonubiirg, Jan. 5, If 01.
ryi th'Tntfr! fnn rr Tuition in iho nrnut popular nnd
Mirrcsftfiil Cninm-rclal Hclioid In tho country, tlpwnrd
of Twelve Hundred anilff men from twcntyriclit.d ill",
crvnt Ptatfu.hnve bent cdurntcit for Imninegu hcta Willi
in the pnt thri'f yenrs. Homo of whom have bocn cm
ployed 3d Hook Kct-pcri nt ea'nrio of
82000.00 per Annum,
imnu'dlntfly upon prnduathijr, who knew nothing of Ac
count wh n thiy entered Ih" (-'olh-cp,
Mhilter n hnlf price. Htiidentrntt r nt nny
tlmnnd review Mh'ii tlie plcti,withiit ettra charge.
Tor tJutalojue ntdilpn:e, fipf-clnieiiHof 1'rnl'. Tow k-j 'n
HtiiicFuniid Ornamental )YMuii.inliip. nnd a larijo Kn
pr.ivlnsj oftheL'olh'pe. inrloto twenty-five rentu In l'ol
ngc Htanis to thn I'rinri pain.
JKNKlNd A. SHITH, I'lttBhurch.rn.
Jan. 3. lf'OI-ly.
LIST O V JiKTTKKS
RKMAINlNUtn tho VosK Ofllce nt Bloomalmrir, !'.,
Keller. Ktito J.
KiKin, VI ft r I h. 4 yUa
McCliiilotk, A. P.
Myvrn, Win. .M, J
I'-m-it, i;it..iit th Mr
Parker, J. F.
I'.irka, V.tp r,
I'arkT, Ira J,
Iti -l.iy, i,l7i- I). .MUs
II H1.T. rf C Mly
fi.'a?ti'( Ilamiuh .Mrti
Hwnrtz, vr. A.
Hthrtf in nlii-iaar, V.
Mult, A Jam
f)dc'r, Hul l
niuiiiiHoti, it. ii.
Vnn IVtt, Jnu.
Vm inn, Jarf.
VrtU-r, UiHtta Mr.
lUliktc, J one ill
Unrtiin, I'. K.
CartL-r. U.iih.iil Mrs
llolan Cntliarinu Mlf0
0. 1viti William
1. vt'rh irt, H.unuvl
i;ijjiih, j. v.
r.mi'ry M. A.
Try. .Mil haul
1'oyd, ri.irid I!.
('ink, Abe J.
UaU A. II.
Hart, n. .
Kenl.T. Jnu. V,
1'emnn. ctllinr f.ir the nhiiro l..n..r.. ulll ul..nBn
they nre aiUerti..'!.
I.. II. ItliTKRT, r. St.
CIJANUK OF II.Ml'l
n 7.v th n a mi a a' c: em en t.
Delaware, Lackawanna and We tern Hall Hoad
CIO VirAtZjllsi.traiiiii will run follow.
JiXI'UKSS PAS.StiNUUK TRAINS,
The Nicht Kxpr-us Train!
I'.f.'i.ni'ri fr.HM X. Tork
l.')nu iicr No. 'i. North
on uio n, 1, a. i.n
It. it, ariita ut Unvtt lUn.li Uivcr. at
7 00 A.M.
at 3 i'J A. 3!
Or foot of Court'
lit ml for New
York nnd l'liiltid
elphin, at 7 U
l.ui t Htreit, tj d()
liuave KfiixiiiKlnii, 7 10 "
l.vivt! Junction ut II J0 "
Ihioat Wantiinytunll :h
itri.tR nf, i nip.iH
Hop.-, (i'hila. con
motion.) I.' 2.1
lMlentPW.'Mloru, H "
t" 11 "
I" 'J'l '
lie M.ture, Min,
J -M "
3 0-i "
3 M "
12 Wp Hi Hrranton,
Vi :io ' X Mnnzton,
JS .10 " , Fnrtnryillo
to illue.t 1 00 "
Hope, (PhiU. Cftl
nntloii) ! M '
llriild.tll-i, i :iu "
Washinetoii, U t-0 "
JunrtHiii, 2 23 "
Nnw Vork, 5 u
l'hilndilphia, ti 1 "
Onnnertlri" nt llreat
'end with the Nijjht
Hxprifls Wi'fct at J tti
The UiprFit Pasacnsfr Train Pauth, conn-irtri at tli
Junction with 3 55 1. M.Trnln oit the I'untrM Hoad, fur
Uttbkhcm, Mime It Chunk, Jlca-Iing llarriihuric &c.
Th New York Ixt' ar
riv nt i. It. nt 1 1. M.
tion Triia which
Lphvu Kcrauton for CI, II
at 11 47 A.M.
Factory vlllo, 11 07 "
Nirholion, 11 .1) "
MontrOBc, 1! ..2 IMM.
Cront llend, 1 57
U'eitat 3 3J
lcavui r;. u, at 3 21
W on trout1,
Tha Afcmmoilatlon Trnin itofi not leave Scrinton
ontil aa-r the arrival of ihu.Vomi.ic Tram on thu Lack
awanna c lllooiiiihtirs Uallroad, thud $ Ing I'uinnngcrK
from thn Wyoming Vultvv a direct lonnt'llloii fur tlio
Vt by tint Morninz Train.
For the urromrnodatiou of way trtvol on tlio Sotithrrn
Division, a 1'uirtengL'r Car uill he attached U the I'.x
Returning, Icatrfl Junction
at 4 ;t5 A. .M.
Scranton, 3 20 "
at 4 00 A.
Hue at Mocow, 5 40 1
Ptroiirtuburg, JO 40 '
Junction, 3 15
ravngrrii tonndfroui Saw York, will rhaiga curt at
Jnnttioii. To and from l'liiladclphii, til l' I. I''l. It. II.
leave or tako thociiri at Hope. For 1'itiptoii, Kin?. ton
and ilki'frlidrrt!, tak Jaik. Ac Ulooiiiiltiire It. It. ut
FcraMon. For Jt'innp, Archbald ood Carbon dale, tako
Omnib'iH at fijranton.
'JIGKETS SOLD AND BAGGAGE
CHECKED Til li () UG 11.
JOHN nillrflllN, Buiwrintcndont.
N. il'.NR3. General Ticket Agent.
January 5. le-ol.
Ar A Ii U A J L B It K A L KSTATK
I IN pnr.uanroof an order of tho Orphan'. Court ofCol.
ill 1 uuihiu countv,
ON THURSDAY JAMUAnY 01th. 181.
" nt 10 o'clock in the- forenoon, li A. llutilii.in nml
13 Haniiivl II. llutrhLnn, Riiunlian. of Arthur I.. Iliitcliiiiui
an.l Clnna J. Iliitrlilic.il, children of William llutclii.
son, late of Mount riea.mil timnktiln. in .ulil eoiiul'.
'''"t'd. ill eipo.o tu tale, by I'ublic Vendue, upon tlm
preiniivs, a certain
iunuts uit parcel of land,
nltuato In Mt. rienimit tdwn.liip, nforc.nld, containini!
EIGHT AOHKS, MOllK Oil LESS,
on wind, i erpfted a Two Ptory
'.bit kJ II Ulmr.k IV, w .-i',
EQfel.'l ITAWtStilW SlTAtHID)
I il a "loll frame ntlacheil. jtlsil; A I'rniuo ilar.1
"d Wagon BIiciI. Tho (and I. all liiinruveil Kith a
I H.Al'l. II. ill I'l'ITII imiiv
uw .a,t, I..IBIH Oil OXCIillol
iiitteuii tor tout pur,o,oti.i, oiiicoiiiiiio.,m.i,urt
Un SJtunlav. ox,,, ,1.
, , fT! f i7 ' Iina"Yl ?'"
" I"nclnck, A, SI, of wlucli lime and nlaca .11 ner.om
.ted a,e r.quiI(l to take notice.
II 111141 to the .niri arroiiut
BYrirtue of- wrlti of ftfatfon Rrpontig, n n,. ,
rected, UniPd out ef tho Cotirl if Common Vw '
the county f Cflhimlila, l'nnfylvanin, will bc iJJ!
, v. ww..,, ..",,.7, vii iMiniiit,i,r.
on Monday tlio 4th d.ty vt FcbriMrv
at uno o'clock In tho nftcrrrooit, tho following
erty to wit 8 1 rrP
All that certain trnct of Land cituatc in
Inwa. to wit! Ilrjtlnnlng nt n prut 011 line or Inh.i . JM
M... ik.... . ... I M...11. ...1 . "I uill(r
j. C. I'cnniiititnn
1'cnlilliflnn Nnrlll .'islity-fntir nml Ihri-p-iiniii j
c. Ham fifty.niim nml twn Irntli. tivrrhp. i ., T
of rirnlnnniK, rnnlniuing TlllItTV'oNK Vro.i'31
DTcniy-ciplit rtrrclic, .tricl incnpiirr, ncnrly ftu ,
i In lmiroveil Innil, whfronn ! rrccli'il n uno .nil
nnii fOTcniy-eignt percnep, unci incnpiirr, nenrly nt
a half tory Dank HwcJIInv lloiiir. u Vtnme Hunk i.."
a Frame Wnjron Shed, n IHsti House and iitlicr n!.
buidlngi with tho oppiutenancci. 0UI
tfelred, taken in execution and to he Pod na tliet.,;K
crty of John F, Lnuhach. pr0P'
1 ! At tho same timo and r,,ico
lain lot nf jtrnuntl. .Uunto In r.lnnm,!,,,..1
nil Hint rcrtii:
llloanilnunahlp. ColmiitiU rniml
lort. w huriiiill I. crertnil It nnl n M.I n' l..ir J or
llrevcry. a Well of atei", nnUotlitr outbuiMm,, ?,'!
llii. nppiirti-iinnci'.. "'5'iui
f ti.i'.i, inKcn in ctecutlun ami to In told a tho i,.
crty or Jacob Lusli, P'"P'
AT.ari. a i .
nil fhut M.,lnl., I.nrl ..lnrA ... ..f . KL
KIVTV At. IIP. l...
laml, bniimlcil on tin' Nortli liylamlof An licw'lh...'",1.!'
Hi. rlontli hy laml. of llnrrlvm nml An Inn- II..,. .
on tin. Wc.t by laml. of llrnjamln I'.tcriimn.
iierectcil a ono anil a linlf rtory ilncllinglmuica f., .
Blabli', nltli I lie ninlrti'iiniic.. ifauiu
fclzul. taken In execution an.l tn tin ! 1 ... .1..
crty of Jacob ti. Ilea..
A ley, on thn r,t by an Alley, nml on 1I10 l:.u;
of'llirann, W. r-lRnr, Hli. p'n.i j ir..ct,., ntwn s t
1 ranm ilw, .i,,c ,e, rram0 Kilt lien, anj 0 frai .
m witlillio aDiiiirteiiancii. """aim
taken In t tcciiliou nml to I rolj n, ttin nnm.
Iionini I.', l'nulcr 1 '
bv a lot of Alfreil Mcrkiiiaii, nml on tbe Wc.t l.y a li.lr
1 ii?'" 'l""'"1"'' wlicrmn laerecteil n two etiy f,amt
. .. b ..'.1,1.1- 11 ''iitiiirt''nniiroa
Heixeil, taken in execution amltii be.nlil a. ttiQ .....
crty or John Turner. 11
PiiKRirr. Ornii, I
Hlniij.liurg. llrcembi r 20, ltt'll)
1'HOOLA ma riON,
WIlCRnAA. th lln. Vnni!v J. W,.Div.d, rre.l
ili-nl of th.i Unurl of Oji r 11 11 .t Terminer nu.l t;,.n
erilJul IVIivery, I'nurt of (tuniter fex.ioiii of tlu
I'elce nml Court of Cniinuou I'le.i. ami (1iiIi.ui'ii r(Uir
In the iMlh Juli i.il Diutiiil. ruiniiogoil ,.f 11,,. rvnitri
of Ciitiiiuliia. Soil Ivan anil Wyoming, nil I the lb n j,a
IIvah. ami I'kiui Kl.tM, Aimueiatu Juilue. of Col.im'.i,
county, b-tve I. .'letl tb.'ir pr.'rejit, benrmc ilati Hk-iih
ilay of J.10.. in the yenr of our l.or.1 one tlnnmanJ . i In
hnnilreil nml aixty one nu I In 1110 ilirnctnl f..rli,, jiK,
fiilirt of Over nml 'IV
rrniiner nml tieneral Jail ill ,
li"ller 11 Ituarter r.li.lllliir t he I', nre.
nuil Drnban'ii t'o'irt. in l.tooui.biirir. in 1I1..
t.'oluiiiliit, on tlio llrftl .Mouilay, (bed g th 41 1 ila, wr
Feb.. next, ami In continue on. week.
(Notice i. hereby civen, tn the foroncr. the Jn.tjpe, .
the I'eacn ami tjniintalilei. of the mini countv of I'oliimbt,
that tli'y li tleui an,! tin re in thr l'r"l"r ..rm.ii nt
... ... .... , .., ni.ii, ii.i, , mi 1111 ir ri'inr1.,
iii'i ilKiliiuirf nml otlur ruueiiil rniite to no tin.," tlnnr.
n ..... ....-, ..in,.-, iiji. r, no hi. none, aim tj,,,,,
that nr" lionii-l by reciiuuiz.ince, tu oro.ei-uli. nen,uu, 11.
primmer that nre or in ly b- in the Jail of ni I imuin r
t'lililmlii'l to be Ih-Ml ami thi re to irmecut them an nfi.ill
o"jii.. jurn nre re'iieiieu ro lie iuiuiu.ii iu tli irm
ten. imidMicreeably to tb'-ir notice.. Haled at , it-,
hern, iho ilh ilay of Jan, in Ih" )enr of our I tint
innuinn.i,iutlt loii'ir-i nml nit v. one nn. in 11... nti.
ymiof HlO l.l,l...'ii,knr.. of the t.'nitnl Hull. i.fA.L.n.4
gave 111. L.uniinouw.niin.1
JUIIN H.N'VIICK, a.i-l
Junnary 5, 1601.
CAMK into tho -"JrfS oncloMiro or tlio
.ub.rnlirr eine.t'flril time Mrifc, a lai-a
malk fiiSS woo, -
1 !m owner i r'ineht"d to prM properly, priylinrem
...... , .n.j mm uiih, 111 uunnua (itpntMl n up ,mv
IVf.inl.er 2'J, l?r. St.
KLKOTIOX XOTI' K.
''111'. aiinii il MKctitof thn "t.H I; lm In. i f thf r.nck
I nuaiiii.-i ft III u.liur-: Itnilrniil Cooipnni xillln
111 ai th- 'Kiiicton lloii.o" in tl. lt.,.ri,.-ii ..r Kn.p.
ton l.ii7iTui. fnniityoii Mnn lay th.' I llh day of Jniiuarr
,ht' nt" 10 A. M un 1 4 .iVI. rk
,. 'i. urine i.ifrilnn ri.n" I'rsl.lelit nn.l tw.tre in
rrftur. of slid coliipnny to .eno for Hie ru.uiiii: van
Kinsitnn. Hec 22, l.-r.o-Jt
AD.V LNISTllATOK'S NOTH'K.
Jistnte of Peter Cruiiji.nl iicn.seil.
r I.'ITI'.'IH of A.lmini.tritiitn on the U.tatu if I'ki.r
I J CiiAtvroiu,, In j of Muili'oii tiiwii.hi.1. t'i.liiuil.ii
county, di-icii. ul, hnve been cranteil by tti.' IteKi.tvr ef
Coluiiibi.1 county, tn the iltnler.ijined, rehl'liiu.' iu .Bt-t
timuqliip nil p.r.onti limine claim, nuniusl tin; K.tatc i.f
me fu'ceuciit nr" r'''ilei.tuil to pr.rut tru'iu to tn. iVl
mini, tr.it'. r. itlumt di lay, and nil
imtKc p.iyiucui ftrtliitli.
ocfiohT P. l-'CO rt.
NKW STUBK k NEW GOODS.
aIll; unkTBlj;nfiI, prat.'fiil for pant pntronnc r -nml
I fullv inlorniM thn I.n.liAo n( im.m,.,,.!.,,,.,, ,.,,,1 n nuti
he In central, that she ha ri'iiiowil her Fan) rikI'J tin
-''."ib. ir-uii uiu i.Ai imniiu t'tlildlllffg nio mc 1 niiv
l'('iil'liHK of Air, John H. l'iirs-1. tlrl .loor U l f ilu
' outt ll'iim., ftlieru ilioJiaiJut received a ulicta-'
Piliiiin.ibli-, Fall aud IVinter Goods,
NO TIONS, c)-c., ,-cr.
Wiirhwill he .nlilonfiir Icrnunnd lo fliililcli thoar
tentiun of customer, i int ited.
Ai:i.lA 1). Wtllll.
Hlooiuiburg Not 10, lG0.-3iu. .
J.AIlfjn nortinnt of the Lest fi-rtilUrrx in
y tin market, at mine.'.! prircs for cah, ci-n jVa
nUtlus of No, l rumvian ami Coliimhian (.ikuio'iitJ
StiptTphoyph.itu of I,imi from thu tii'tt nmiinC"'
tnriTu, I'ot.ifli, Phosphate, a new nriirlf for fruit treci
rouilrcttu, I'lKtcr ice., at li1rmili' nnd rctinl.
Impknnt ami Rcod Store, corner uf itlianj Mutkt
ftn-t ta IMiiUilrlphia.
Murth U. U2vf.
EUnte ofJSngel Fozt deceased,
nilll? uirtornl-iuMl, nppolntpd by tho Orphan' Court f
(Jolnniljiu county ta mako Hiktrilintlou of ili-lifiliiie
in thn Inm 1m of Ifvnjfimin H'a?iur, AiliiiiniKtrntor of
L'"l Fot, Inte of th raid county, ilcrcuycil, lo nnl jmi'-ru
th'i hr-lri nml ti'i;iil rrpr-'Kr-iitiuitet, will nn-i ttlrlMrii1
tnt-Tt-1'! In thi i.il'i ilintrihuiion, jitliiHOtlico luhUionu
Imrii, on Frt'Iny, tliHtiltli ilny of January. A. D. 'ft
wtiuti an.l ulu-ro all poron having rlanm uninipn x-it
thciii.nr hM'orevcr debarred friiiii coiuiog in fur a tliniu
of said fund,
itonr.UT r. clakk, jum.
ltonmlinre, DecenihcrUy, lcHU.
Light Street Store.
Creasy, Brother lyallhaivh on itctiic '','
WE "Would inform our Iritnds '
cu.louii.ri,tlint no liavo Ju.t received un un
H.unlly larite ua.nrtmcnt of
FALLjiNI) WINTER GOODS,
Which wo ofr.-rnt lower rate, for ready pny, ii'111 fnr
ever I'tforeop-ncd hero uml will bu iold "clicapu than
We uliall not attnnpt to enumerate iho atm art If I"
thyfirt. iiniiu'iiHO and their namuis It jion nii'tir!1
clou Horo lltmiua, inclmlimr tlm Collar and 1 M,
llllnl toovertlowiug, Thentaro tolm found th I"1"1
f.ihricks, in the rountty at aton)hiiie low fifii"'" '
die' wear in jrrcnt varatit;, ut'Jj per rent, Uur tiu
ever hr furi oif.-rrd.
CUITJIH, MUWLINfl. GUOCUltlKS, HATd, CAl'H.
fiSoots, Shoes, c(c,.
at tlio .auto rate. Iu hliort, nliuo.it cvcr)lhl2 i" ilie
liiereautllc line from n needle to nil anchor. .
IV- Our riieiidi il do will lo call lieUro lli'r
II. W. CKIIASV. t til.
J.IM Street, Oct 57, IfCO.
OK K AG Kit is tlio Solo Ag.'t fr
Wi." a b7-Ti?r-ii.Vr
,i,u,., r.,. iv..,., u ., fcn .ir.rom uivuii
Jlhln." KiixlIjnriK!uril.oC1i.iilroI" Eillivr of '"
"""JI'' uiiHin "nil iniiii iiuiiii t:i)illli:ri nilf ft llf .1. I,
(tree Writ, iiineiy.flvo pcrrhcH nnd nU n-ntli to u J.t
thcncabyland of ChrlMlan Moore, Houtli twtlvJ t A
nhnlf degrco Kast, nincty-thrco pcrctn's nii.l ii"i,T
tenth to n pout, thence bv l.indnof Krckirl si...!.-" t
lieu n.iniinwn, lowm-un tn.. North liy lniiiln or
in-1 llrnjs, mi Ihc i:,t liy ii n Alloy, on Hie Hiuilli l i ,
Jncoli Uvnn., nml on Ilia Wnl fi.rmi-tly ,y l,ln, of (
ALSO : At tho same timo nnd place
all'tlint certain In-Lot or l'luro iifcriiiinil, ltnat'. in r.'
pjtllHII. 8ci.ttl0WI.ili. I'oli county, contain.,..
U.VI! roilltTII UK ANAL-HI:, more or lev, boSi '
AljtsU : At tlio samo timo and nlaco
by virtue orn irrlt nf Jtlim Vtmt. Kr.. nil Hint ci rtan In'
Lot or pi'co of 1 .11,1 iitiiuti. In i:i)tou n.Sroit t .
(.(ihinibui roiinly, containini; ONI! I'tlllllTII nf ,i
At. 1(11. iiior.! orh Imnmleil on th Nortli l,v an l'l..
on ll..S,illil,i- Mi ir,.,i f .,.1,1 ,.... . '