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Columbia Democrat .
SATURDAY MOIWINO, OCTODDIl 10, 1863.
The l'ntSEtiVATJON or tbo Constitution,
TUK ItESTOUATlON Or THE U.NI0N,
And the Supremacy of tub Laws.
Tho Printer's Wauls.
. Wc want Cider, Corn, Fumpkin9,Grain,
SBcef, Fork, Poultry nrnl Money.
Cot and Tin. Democrats in whoso
'lands tiokots liavo been left will Jo good
scrvioo for their party by having them out
and tied up roody for voting.
Sotdiers Read! Citizens Head 1 1 Tho
nddross of tho Oemooratio Stalo commit
hn. on tl.o first nana of our nancr. Itoatl
it and then hand it to a return soldier.- mlarihJ tuUs ul omc or C3 "J
The roBult.Domoerals b now in your hands or J0'"18 'he arJvJ f hiS country,
let it bo nothing less than an old Jackson
victory. Forward, boys, forward.
BSrMcaslea aro prostrating tho Volun
teers by hundreds, tho hosntals aro crow-.
dud with them. Soldiers, bo warned in of Pittsburg, ivltcrc llic'ir official duties
time. Holloway's Pill's aro positively in-1 takes than und where they urc not per
fallible in tho cure of this disease ; occas-, 7)ii7i: to vote. Have thai a right to
Sntml fin en a nf llinin will nrnsnrrn tlin lmnltli 1 chanac the Constitution with dis f ran-
even under tho greatest exposures. Only
25 cents per box-
Another Abolitim Fizzle. On Friday
last, Dr. Pee John issued largo hand-
bills and posted them about town, calling
on men, women nnd children to meet in ; exercise Gno. W. Woodward.
tho Court House that evening and hoar 1 .
tho political issujs of tho campaign, dis-. "oilCSt Alra,,l,JJ-J,S1JJJrCJl At,S A m'
cussed by a certain Doctor Hays. In tho I . ' ', fl, . ,,
. 1 . ... r t i ii I Kvon tho vvnrmest supptirlor of tins ad-
evening, after several ringings of tho boll, tnillislril,iotllils m0k 8flrvlle am, mcti;on.
Poo Johu, tho JJadgcr and tho consorip- j Iiry attvooatof its hirs.l M-ribl.lers and ora
ted attorney, with his exemption cano, tors ilia very scullions and scum of tho
with four or five other abolitionists made kitchen, admit that tho President's prock
there appearance. After waiting a con-, malion suspendinu tlie privi It-no of llio wrii
eidcrabl time for an audience, and none of hiihens corpus wa- a dangerous exeroiso
t.. .,.i ; l,1 of power. Fortify, tho mol debased and
r i c
distinct voice, in way ora apology for
, , , , , , , i if
fizzle, that ho had at least told a half,
dozen or moro persons that Dr. Hays had
not arrived in town," whereupon ono of
his aids domed the statement, and assur- i,;,,,, mUaiiico its uprij-lu and imparii-
ed the faithful few that the orator was in ul exercise."
town, as a strange man was seen to get oil" What if iIir "hoi.e'ty" imputed lo Lin
tho evening train. With this assurance, ' coin by Hie'o advocates of atbitraiy power
their feelings were revived, and contin'ued fhoel.l prove lo have no exi-irnre-ihen,
.. , , .1 , . e ... i, , :f r(iii!HS.cdly. he is now e.v: rcisiny a power
to wait and abide the test of time, nut it , , .
, .... ,. "d.niiUvouK" to Hie liheilii- of the country,
was no go-linn.- fetchcci neither audience Ai ,, ewW(.lu.pg .lrtf WH , , ,lis
or speaker, and with sad he-.rts and up- c.i,,,,,,., 'vvhm bul ,U! mew Ilv,erll0n
heaven tighs, tho lights wotc cxlingished, 0f ,iP inmrc-sicd nipp-irters., men whomhke
and tbo few followers of the gi eat Abraham a ir.ule of f.iUehocnl ') His words and ae-
nnd Slioddy rstircd. S ch is the true pro- ion to which we. miiM look for'proof of
cccdings of the fizzle in Dloomsburg last "honoMy." ratlier ih,.n lo the opinion-,
wrnlf. nt n rrmibr inecthi" of the "llov- "f ihe. venal hjenphanl- who uro lliioving
, ... - .-0 D j
Jli'ittlmk in Million.
On Monday evening Ium, tlio citiens Of
Hemlock township had a spirited Demo
cratic Metin; in (he School House, al
Huckhorn The officers of lho meeting
were as follows :
T. J. Vamh.i.smce, I-q , Prenideii'.; Yieo
Presidents John, lloiz, Capt Isaac Leidj,
Hugh A. Hartman, ICIias Guigor, Charles
Neihar!, lienj Iiornboy. Socicaries, Leon
ard Bomboy, Huali D. Mcllrido.
Speehos were made by E. H. Little E-q.,
and Col John G. Freeze, all of liloomshor!;.
Thpy pleased lho people in llie r remarks,
and gave thc issues of tho campaign a fair
and impartial discussion. Thc meeting
was entirely successful, all being well sat
isfied, ami adjourned by giving ihrco cheers
for lho speakors, and llireo cheers for our
standard bearers, Woodward and Lowiiie.
A largo and enthusiastic Democratic meet
iug was hold at Beach Haven, Luzerne co.,
on Saturday last. Before the organization
of tho meming, a splendid Hickory Polo,
one hundred and seven feet long, was raised
with the Stars and Snipes (lung to lho
breeze at its lop. At 1 o'clock the meeting
was organized by appointing Wm Pollock,
Esq.. President ; alier which Hon. Lkvi L
Taih. Hon. M K. Jacksov, and fi. II Lir
ti.k, Kso., all of Columbia county, mado
oxcellent speeches, boing frequently inter
rupted with rounds of applause. Tho issues
ol the campaign were ably and fairly dis
cussed. Tbo attendance was large, from
three to four thousand persons being pres
ont. The ladies honored tho occasion with
ihoir presence, in largo numbers. After
some two hours wero taken up by each ol
tho speakers, lho mee'.ing adjourned, with
three cheers lor Woodward, Lowrio, and
Democratic Jlccling in Jackson.
The Democracy held a largo and enthu
siastic meeting in Jacob Lunger's beautiful
Grovo, on Saturday Oct. 3, 1803 ; lho stand
was tastefully decoratod by the sterling
Democratic ladios of that vicinity with
splendid wreaths encircling tho likeness of
Ihe Father of his country on lho ono siJo,
ond of Old Hickoiiv Jackson on tho other.
On motion, JOHN McllENKY, sen., of
Benton, was elected Picsidcnl ; and, John
Fritz, son.,Wm. J. Ikeler, Wm. Klino, Peter
Itico, Wm. Eyer, David Cv Alberlon, Isaac
R Kline, Lewis Schuyler, W. A. Kline,
Isaac Ikeler, Caleb riiomas, Wm. Lawton,
Albert Hunter, Benj. Winlerstoen, Jesse
Bromstetler, and Michael Billlioiu, Vice
Presidents, A. J. Albertson and L A. Gar
man, Surdities. Tho honest and fearless
yeomanry camo forth from all quarters to
hear tho truth in this our country's hour ol
peril, and they wero not disappointed ; the
true issues of the limes in which wo livo
wore ably sot forth in patriotic speeches
mmlo li Pn I P. Prne7e .. i. kn er noil
"j "..' - .w.. , ... .
Wesley Wirt, Esq , amidst rounds ol ap- (oni McClem.an, and that it was his iiiflu
plause and approbation ; after singing two 1 t.1C0 a, much as any oilier cause dial in
patriotic songs the meeting adjourned by duced the President to remove MiClku.an
giving three cheers for lho Union as il was, from lho command of Urn army . 1'..l-
f. ,., ,. ... .. ,,ri, an is the "soldiers friend," and the soldiers
tho Constitution as it is, wnh Woodward, urfl Mt Mmdtf ald ,hoy owo t0 thom.
Lowile, and Liberly forever. 1 solves lo strike down ihe oncmios of their
Signed by the ofhceis heroic commando
The Soltlici'u' Height to Vote.
II 'hen a soldier returns to hi rli ftlnu
district, he resumes all the civil rights
unimpaired In, his ttmporary abienee,
he Ant a right to fotc on (lection dan,
Thr. irm-nnt.ln.l, ,,,-,-
calcsa Constitution that shall dlsfran-
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Tfo aim inis is an inaccurate use oj I an-
,.- ! ......!- ...II I
guuge. j lie .uiisiuiiiiun wouia ais-
franchise no aualified voter. Jhtt. la
secure purity of election, it would have
its voters in the place where then are best
Amoiph on election day, If a voter vol-
cart it be said the Constitution .' dis
franchiscd him? Four of I he Judav.s
of this Court, living in other parts of,
this State, find themsrlvcs, on the daij of
cverii Presidential lileclion, in the Citi,
' chising them ? Such is our case and1
such is the case of the volunteers in the
I anmj Thc ris,hl 0f zxipagc is careful-,
' prcservcif0r both them and us, to be i
' w;im wc rcltmi ro rJ(lccs j
IC Constitution has appointed for
uiiM'r'inii bus arnoiii; all the servants in tho
U hnu tloii'f, says :
,.T(ie ,r ivi.fih Mg ,enslon wiM
nnwvr vviiicn I'tis fin pen
ive IfiH l'wiiltfiil wouM be danijiuouH in
tho huml- of a corrupt nilar, but th 'hniies
I .w.ir;..tit.i ti( Ahr:tli:mi
upon plunder and patronage all lo-iifv
' iignin-t him, and proclaim him to be disin
geiuious and dii-hnnei-t. UN reeord i-hows
him lo be incotiMstent and insincere a
i man of no fived principles or opinions
' nekle- alike of what he says and what ho
dni-f. I'ver since hi inauaurnlinn his prim
lices have given ih-J lie lo Ins profeE-ion1-,
t. il. I even tl.o-e who have dad the rnoM in
llnenco in inonlditi hi policy, ilia radicals
i who would peri-h it ho should tail them,
are obliged to conies-thai they find linn
weak, vacillating and false. At the very
I nnt-et ol hi- adniinirlralinti he proclaimed
to the world that do hail neither the righ'
! nor tho inclination lo meddle with slavery
in tho Slate-, and yet every act of his since
I n.T. proved that his almosl sole aim is lo
'crush slavery wherever it exUls. Having
' no 'right" under ihe Coiisiilution, he has
j imi i-urupled to murp the power. Hi prno
I Lunation of ernanciiiitiiiii and hi proclaim!
tion stispuniliiig tho writ of habeas corpus
tare bold ihe spawn ol u.-urpit!ion.
And yel we aro iiHUeu to contue in the
"honesty" of this di.-honest man, and com
mit our liberties lo his keeping without a
question or u donbl. Innocent and unsus
picious as Ihe peoi le are, thU is a-king loo
much ol them. They see that this man
whose "honesty'' is so o.-ieuiatiously pro
claimed, has not scrupled to vinlate ihe
Cousiitiition and trample upon Ihe laws
whenever thny have stood in his way, and
ihey know that such a man carnol bo
Hhniuui'' nod inn. I be unsafe. Il is :in I
insult to their intelligence, a denial of their
common sense to address them as ihe Lin
coln press and the li i red stump orators who
uro now prowling over ihe St.uo do. They
know a well a-1 wo that '.ho policy of thu
Presidenl is a policy against ihe freedom
of lho white man dial his proclamation ol
suspension places every while ciiizeti al
the mercy' of the minions of power, and
, .. ..,.,- ii :,i
ihat in-day we are a nation wrtually wild-
n.,i ,. ..nncl.tiilinii nnrl n mem In llm w.i ri I
uui a i.uiiiii..",. ,,.u ,, ... w, .
ono man. And yel they have Ihe audacity
to ask for this admini-tration the confidence
and "unquestioning support" of die people.
In ofTecl they say lo us: True, Lincoln has
absorbed all power, both of Congress and
courts; violated the Constitution; assumed
imperial powers; undermined ihe founda
tion of the Government; committed "every
act Which they may define a tyratlf." bill lit)
uw ,in-i ..j j j t
IS "honest;" ho call be trUited; good people
, . ,. , ,. i.
confide 111 him, lean Upon him gIVO him
i i ...i . n.. I il, ..,1- f', I il, ,i 1
your llbcrlies, and thank dod ld.lt It IS
'Hnnest Abe" 10 whom you J ield them !
We must bo mucli mi-taken in our esti-
mato of ihe good senso and patriotism of1
the pooplo if they seo it in this ligl.i. The;- '
are not insensible lo uieir nguts, nor to ine
danger which threatens idem ; and on the
13ili of Ociobor will record the opinion
which ihey ouiortain of "Honest Abe" and
his Lieutenant, ' Shoddy Andy."
Let lho soldiers who may bu al homo on
tho day of the election, remember that
AkDRUW Ci. Cl'ltTIN, Ilia shoddy candidate
c ri o :.. .1... nn.,.ni,...,..
lur uuveiiuii, .tiiaiu hid i.uiic'i.ii.j uuii.-,,
under he Constitution, to which his " 0U0"Dg l" I0"W",g iOM.Ct), llty. ft CChaDIOal .i.W"-
f call; it (hie, he can acquire no right , , a M4t:w'T ifrrrvrc n "
o voe elsewhere, except by a change of Iaut?,T,Um' ' R' ' ! ' ''"y
residence frn,n nn, ,lt,irirt tn ,n,n,i., ice Presidents lion. John McRov tSIsMMm!HE. Va.. " K1!11.'!''
. . . w iiiuii tvi w iiftifMWt
l-aigc Meeting at Jcrscytown.
Tll "'ting at Jcrseylown, in thi
,K1U vurJ iarS-yr iiiousana
l,orsons Present, The meeting organized
,10llls ijoihiock ; Hon. btcphou Balrty ,
0i,l!"vi3sa 5 Jacob Evans, Green -
wood : Hon. Robert Moore. Danvillo t
Hon. Josonh Bonn. TW. . 'PI A
- i ii"a i.
FuUStOll. Esfl.. tltlf! H. V.ltlit. Mmllimn
' ' ' "fc)
iT I.Tt. 1. -.. -
,)0lino ijaiey, uioom j Pctor Lnt, Esq.,
f cott ' D' s Vnndonlico, Mt. ricaaant;
ol,J!imiu Winlortteon, Pino ; Irani Dorr,
.Tnnl-oo,, . o ,m ii ir n . t. i
JacUsonj faam 1 Mcllenrv, IJonton: Hich -
ard Fruit, Anthony, and John Jlooro,
Secretaries Col. Lovi L. Tale, Capt.
Tho. Chalfant, W. II. Janoby and J. S.
TI,o President having opened tho meet-
tug, it was iitmrosscti by Jos. U iiuclior,
Esq., in an interesting and useful fpeceh,
after whom Gen. Wm. Uiddlo of Lycoming,
made an earnest and effective appeal to tho
poople in behalf of tho Democratic cause.
Lho n"ornoon was stormy, but tho great
attendance, and the spirit with which tho
PC01,,Q endured the rain in listoning to tho
speakers, indicated their determination in
tho cause of liberty, and tho crushing ma-
iJoril winuii will Uo given by tins section
of thc State, on Tuoiday next.
On tho 27th tilt., by Rov. Isaao Hreller,
Hon. t'n.uu,i:s A. Kline, of Klinesvillo,
Greenwich township, to Susan C, daugh
ter of David Kutz, Esq , of Maxatawav.
all of old JJerks.
At the Hotel in White Hall, by Rov. A.
V. Shanafclt, Mr. Geo. 11. Smith, and
Miss. Lizzii: A Duumn, both of Green
wood twp., Col. co.
In Espy, on tho 20th ulfc., ltoBUitT A.,
son of Kobcrt S. and Margaret A. Howell,
aged about 2 years.
At the samo placo,on the 22d ult., Mrs.
SAVir.w E wife of tlio llov. James M.
Salmon, in the thirty-fifth year of hor age.
ia-J5MJiiB3tlsilamma5.-v; -w. m.: ..
Estate of John Whitenight , dee'd.
J ETTEHS of administration on the. cs-
I jfilo ot'Jolm Wliitcnii'ht Inlo of lllnom lnivntlilp,
Coluuilii.'i Cdiitity , Orccafcil, havn been graHti-il liy Hie
Hcqicter "f sal.l county in tlio tlio unili-rlsnfil uhoro
iili's in tlio uino tnvnliip nil pcrunH liavinz rLiiins
.'Uniii't lliu otalu nftlio ili'c.'.lunt aro reqiipsted to pre
aunt thru to the niliiiini-tratnr at li 1 4 rcsiilcnco (villi
nm dclny, anil all pcrxins lndcljtud to niako iiiiyinunt
C AT 1 1 A 11 1 X E V 1 1 1 T U N I (1 1 1 T.
Oct. 10, 1 BC3 S-J. Administratrix-.
ITfc T. V, tVvnkoop will ennnnenro Iheir next
it 1 Term of srlmol October tho 2i) lfii.l. Tliey liavu
room for a few hnantini; frhotar, anil aro prepared to
receive both primary ami advanced Pupils
Prices ransre accordinr; to lho studic. Namely At
pliibetand Hpi IliHir, Sj-MiO: ItcadniL'. SJ.-o ; (.coirraphy
Writing nuil Writen ritlimetic. S2..1U : Crammir nnd
oral Arillinntic, S.Mi); lllbtory and t'halnsophy.'J.jOj
AlEi-lnit and AMrninv. 1(10.
In.-truitnm Kiven in OruaNientr.1 Transpirent Paint
injs nn ctasi, alao in water colored and oil l'.ii.itiiii'i
Illoonisbnrs, Oct. lUth, nt.
VALUABLE HEAL ESTATE!
TN pursuunce of an order of the Orplnns'
Court of Columbia county, on Thursday Ihe2)th day
of Oetnbk'r next, at 10 o'clock in the for, noon Abraham
Youne;, anil I.ivl wri.'his, dumiidtrntor,&c., of Lud
wis Young lalo of Madison township, in said county,
dei eased, will expose to by Public Yendue, on tlie
premises, n certain in suaj;o and
PIEOE OF LAND,
Hounded and dosrrihod n follows to wit : nn the N'orlh
bv lands of Joicph Youuir, find Auin Kelltir. on the
K'lsthylan l ofAbraliun Young, and others, on the
Smith by land of Jacob llecluel and on lho Wan by
lands of llanRl Kamot und Amos Heller, containing
ONE HUNDltED AND FIFTY ACHES,
more or less, wh'roou aio erected
TWO DWELLING HOUSES,
OXU I1A11X, Out h.lHings and other iinprovcmnts.
Late tin- o-tatn ul said de oa-ud, situate in llu town
feliip of Madison, and county aforesaid.
JACOB EYEltLV, CLERK.
IfJ'TenM or Sin:,- Ten per cent, nf tho one forth of
the purchase money to lie paid on tlio day d sale, lino
fourth lu than ten percent, to b; paid at tho contlr
m.ition of tin.' sate, nnd tli - balance in one year from
cuullriiMtlon. with interest from continuation. '
Kloumsburg. October 10. 103. I
MSSOMTIOa OF PAimFiHSIIh'. j
'PHI', partnurrhip heretofore oAisting between O. Y,
J McKelvy and .1. Mc.Yiuch. in the iiiuunf.uturc of !
paper al (.aiawissa Alius, under tlie nun ul (;. IV. .Mc
Kelvy it Co., is t his day dissolved by m.itual consent,
'1 hu business uf tho late linn witibe settled by C.
V. McKelvy, at Catuwissa Mills.
C. W. McKGLVV & CO.
Till! undcrslened. Iinvins purchased tho interest nf
.1 s; i,, I. in Hi,. 1..11. ii. i.i ..t i vv Mfir, a. i'..
would infurm his liiemls that he will continue Ihe
1 manufacture uf Taper, nuil purr-lia.n Hugs, as lieruto-
rr,., unit sotn its a continuanco oi thu naroiiagu to
.iu.. ..v ,.,.,
C. IV: McKUI.VV.
Cntawissa Mills, Ort 3, led.
SHAFT ! DRAW I i
Important to Persons Halle lo Draft in
the counlici of iinuljord, Columbia,
Sullivan, Montour d- Wyoming.
Do you wish to have your exemption Papers for
reciiy mado out I llo you wish to obtain reliable in-
formation in regard to your claims for exemption I
vim vvi.li to euiiiluv an uxnerleiiced iiet-hiiU to alt.
procuring your exemptions I If yn do, tall on meat
thoolliru of Justico I'ierco. in Troy, llradlord county,
pa on and after Wednesday rf-pt. lOlh lei.3.
1 stiall ivu the services of Lxperieuced Persons to
a3tibt laJ, B Hint claimants can have their business
i attended turnout any delay,
October a, noa.
II. V. TATltlCK.
T. M. FOTTS, Trixcipal,
,1alicmaliM. Jiooli Ktpig and .Yatural Scitncis.
J. B. PATTOIf, A. M,
Elocution. Uttralurc, and .jitchnt and .Modern Languages,
Tlie SchUastlc year Isdiiided into four luarters of
eleven weens eacu. comuieiii'iiig as ioiiow s un mo
soiOidMninlKyiu Auju.l, Ihe lirit Monday in Nnccnibcr
Per quarter for Hoarding and Tuition lu Iluulhh, ran?u
from 5JU 00 lo Jl oo. Languages, Alutio und Draw
ing are en Ira.
Tor Circulars or further particulars, address tho
Tlliiupul at MII.LVII.LU, COLC.MUIA CO., PA.
October 3, leua Jy.
For Salt! lit'l A first rata Book
Case nud Secretary eomblnuil-apply in J. C. FIIUEZB
Ploomtbur;, Auxuel 15, 1E03.
f tiih rii n fit
A NN1T A L TCY iTTTUTTflN
OF THE COLUMBIA COUNTY
THURSDAY, FRIDAY & SATURDAY.
; Oct. ID, I G. and 17.
I Bt P.Mr drniiRht horsey
I llo do
I ilo do cnrrlico liorscn,
2J Jo Jo
il do do do do
stallion over four years old,
do no do
uo uo between two nuil tour years o il. 4 00,
,2d do do do do , do a 00
do brood tuaro with colt nt her tide, liolU
owned by exhibitor, fl
2d do do do do 4
do tlnglo rarrl.igo horao, 4
2d do do do do 2
do do do mnro,
do gelding colt between 2 nnd 3 yesrs,
do mnro do do do do
do lioro do do 1 and 2 do
do inaro do do do do
do liorso or mnro colt uiulor 10 monthi,
2d do do do do do do
Exhibitors under this clans will li.tvo
hortei) on tho ground by 10 o'clock on Friday
morning, nt which tlmo tlio judges will cxainlno
Juimns Abncr Welsh, Ornngo t John D.QuIck,
.Montour; Ultnton .Mcmlenliall. rranlilin Cbns.
Eck,Koarlngcreek,aiid 1'rocso 1'owlor, llriarcrcck.
Class id. CATTLE.
Ilcst Hull thrco years old and upwards, 6 00
2d do do do do do do 4 00
do do between two and thrco years, 4 00
2d do do do do do 3 00
do do between one and two years, 3 00
2d do do do do do 2 00
do hull calf under ten months, 2 00
2d do do do do 1 00
do heifer or cow between 2 and 3 years, 3 00
2d do do do do do
do do calf UDtlor ten mouths old,
2d do do
Host bull Ojrco years old nnd upwards,
2d do do do do do
do do between two and thrco years,
2d do do do do do
do do do one and two years,
2d do do do do do
do do calf under ten months,
2d do do do do
do lielf-ir or cow between 2 und 3 years, 3 00
d do do .to uo uo
do do calf under ten months,
2d do do
liest bull threo years' old and upwards,
2d do do do do
do do between two or threo
2d du do do do
do do do ono and two years,
2d do do do do
do do calf under 10 mouths,
2d do do do do
5 00 !
do heifer or cow between 2 and 3 years, 2 00
2d do do do do do
do do calf under ten months,
2d do do
Best bull two years old nnd upwards,
2d do do do do
do do between ono and two years,
2d do do do do
do do calf under ton mouths,
2d do do do do
2d do cow,
2d do heifer or cow between 2 and 3 years, 1 50
do do do do do 1 50
do do calf tinder ten months, 1 00
om:n and STuer.s.
Best oxen ownid and worked by cxhibibr,.) 00
2d do do do do do 3 00
do steers between two and threo years, 1 00
2d do do do - do do 2 00
Tlio judges to examine eattlew ill bo ready by
10 o'clock an Friday morning. Kxhlbiturs must
have their stock ready to rcceivo them.
Jt'DOCS John Zaner, Centre j l'cltibonc,
Orange ; Henry Hollinshea'l, Cntawissa ; Wm.
llowe.ll, Mt, l'lcasanr, nud John Dct, Hemlock.
Class 3d. SIVIA'E.
Best boar of auy breed.
2d do do do
(! breed sow ,
2d do do do
do lot pigs, 3 or moro, under S weeks,
2d do do do do do
do display of fat hogs, 2 or mor.',
2d do do du do
do lot of stock hog.i, four or moro,
2d do do do do
J frees Conrad I'lttcnbcndcr, liloom ; Joseph
Murtz, Catawtsta.iind John M. U.irton, Hemlock.
Bc3t blooded buck,
2d do do da
3d do do do
do nativo do
Id do do do
do blooded owo,
do nativo do
JcriGi'.s Douglas Hughes, Bloom ; Jos. Mou
tcr, Montour, nud Francis Ivv-nne, Urlarcreek.
Class 5th PUUJrilY.
T)nl nn.l l.,All ,liu..l..., t.t I,.,,, Up, OO
jnsiuiui .n.u.i 1 J v I-W...I.., vv
Sildo do do do 2 00
do pair chickens, any breed, malo .1 fern. 1 0C
do do turltoya,any breed,male A feraale, 1 00
2d do do do do do 50 1
do do gccie.any breed, male A femtlo, 1 00
2d do do do do do 50
do do ducks do do I 00
do and largest diplay of tamo pigeons, 50
JuDonj Sylvester l'uvsell, Hemlock! Dr. l
M. Hue, Ureounood, and sjllus l.'dgar, Scott.
CViiw m.UJCAJX A A If Sh'JWS.
Best hull' bushel eloicr seed.
2d do do do do
do do do timothy seed,
2d do do do do
do bushel red wheat,
do do whtto wheat,
do do lly c,
do half bushel gourd seed corn,
do do du .xcllow do
do do do smulicd do
do sample sweat corn, six oars,
do bushel oats,
do half bushel flax-seed,
do bushel buckwheat,
Junocs James Musters, l'ino j Amos 1'.
tcr, Madison, nud Solomon sl.uui.m, Maino.
ISest bushel Mercer Potatoes
i Prince Albert potatoes
" " itutallagas
' " lleits
' i " SHvect Potatoes
' ! " Oiiiuus
f " Tmuatocs
' 3 Heads Cabbage
- 0 Parsnips
' g it. Lima Ueaus
" Sit. Houp "
" 3 l.'ardeii r'iuaslies
" Ol'leld Pumpkins
i.-irgusi oveci ruuipKin
Jitdtres-Andrew Treas. Centre: nil Mendcnhali.
II...I in vnr.l-lliin,.l mmlmmlini.a ton,,. 91 nn
llcst 10 yards plain linen
10 " diaper
knit woolen stockings
" " milieus
- home.iniide shirt
" cotton unlit
" iiair woollen blankets
' linen sheets
hmnu.utadu table cloth
Jadecii. S. Woods, Orange; Mrs.
Scott; und.Mrs.Hllas llicteriek, Montour,
uii.xo? v uei.m.ai ii. .iiaixuc uiil..-?.
llest loaf of bread
" ginger calm
" sample preserves
' fruit Jelly
" cucumber pickles
pickles nf any kind
' upplu butter
" pencil butter
" prescrxed peaches
" cured ham
roll butter, not less than threo pounds
, . . . . .. . 1'nllal, .n.ti
" f..mpli fnusngo 1,0
jmirL. vni rincinakor. Hcmb k Mn tinthlns
B. Apph man, He mloil, , nrnl Mm. II. II Kins, Oiang. ,
II.AS3 10-l'ANCY AuTlUU'.S,
Ilott knit iullt
lint knit sontng
' wnfjirod embroidery
" oetlni; rnllnr
" nmll nrtlcli'1 In knlltlni?
crrdrhini a Infant! nhanin. collars, nets. he. 1 (111
" worsted nnd roflou mats SO
" specimen bead work flu
" " slirll work 1 HO
" " bur " I Oil
" " leather " 1 00
" " hall " 1 (M
" " wax " 1 (HI
" " penmanship ' flu
" collection of dahlii .V)
" n.iinMni n,.(u. .-.11
" " liiimo iiLniti in bloom flil'
", " (died masses fl'l
" larircjt variety of doners flu
" snnipto 110.it scwliii' flu
" nttiuiian or chair lover 1 00
" drawlniror painting 1 0o
" bo'piet of (lowers flu
' lininliiR b.nket .))
" finny pin cushion W
Jiiilgrt-r. (Ico, UM.olt.Orancc ! Mr. tV. II. Mc
Ileyiiiiiilr), Hemlock j jir, snncH. Monroe, t'ntnwls
tii Jlrs. sj. V. Uoun, llloom: and .Mrs, John Conner.
fll A 93 n-n.oua.
nest sample wheat Dour S2 00
" " liurttt beat llour 3 00
" " ryu " 'J OH
Jutted Win. Hcers. Mt, 'lensnnt; Jofliua Men-
dcuhull, 1 'ran kl 1 n ; ami James Trcczi, lllnom,
i;i,Aas ij-htiivi.s & Ti.-WAi;ii.
"est conking Move with furnituru
villi fiirnltnni S2 Ol)
parlur-tmo i 0(1
" varieiy nr. v.nro S 00
.futlgetim berry lluihes, CUanlasnt William
Schuyler. Orange : and Joeph 1.11111. (ireenwond.
CLASS ll-Al!l!I(JUi;il)ltt: IMPLl.MUNTri.
Ucstplou- of any pattern 83 00
" tliroihlnf! in ichlno - 11U
" horsu rako 1 UU
" lime spreader 1 0(1
" portablu cider mill and presi 1 CO
" wahlng inachluo 1 00
farm wation g 00
" whcelbarruw SO
" .Sled SO
' Itnllor 50
" clntlieswrmser 1 00
" (lover Inillcr 1 on
Judges John Ilcilerick, Hsi , Montour : rntterson
X. .Muore. Hemlock ; and 1311s lives, (irccuwnod.
I CLASH II tVAUU.VSj CAUUIAOi'.S.
, I!,;ft tni' ""'ssy S'-1 "
" open g 00
iwo norso carriage - uu
" sleigh S 00
sulky 2 00
Jutlgtj. I'.ll.n lloitcrick, Montour township. Dr. J.
A Wilson, Ucrwick, nnd J O. Wintcrstucu, MiClln
CLASS 15 DENTISTRY, do.
HeM sel Ar'ifici il teeth j 00
do Sewing Machine I 00
do Sample building brick 50
do Loi Kenhenwure 1 OO
Judges. Dr. Simnr. Colnor, Madison; Dr.
Peter II. Frcozn, lllnom, S. L. Betile, Scott.
CLASS 1G BEST BEE HIVES.
Be.-l Bee Hive 1 00
do Swarm Bees I 00
do Sample Ikmey 51b 1 00
Judges Hiram J. Header, Franklin, Dan
iel Snyder, Bloom; Heuben Bomboy, Hem
lock. CLASS 17. WINES AND LIQUORS.
Best Quart Current Wine 100
do Blackberry l 00
ilo do Grape 1 00
do do Chtrry 1 00
do do Rye Whiskey 1 00
do do Cider Vinegar 1 00
Judges A Madison, Bloom ; S. B Bow-
mnn, Berwick; R A Smith, Madison; Wm
T. Sliuman, Culawissa.
CLASS 18 MANUFACTURED ARTI
CLES. Best display cabinet work C 00
du do Smith S 00
do Pair Fine Boots 1 00
do Uo Course 1 00
do Sel Wind-or Cdairs . 1 00
do do Spring seat 1 no
do do hooking Chair J 00
do do Setlco 1 ()0
do do i doz Corn Brnnm3 U
do do hel single harness 2 00
do do Double do 2 no
do Two sides sole balder 1 00
do 2 do Upper 1 00
i'o 2 do Kips 1 00
do 2 do Calf skins 1 uO
do Sail-age Macdimi 1 00
Judges Johu G. Nevis, Hemlock: t'arviii
Ma siei.-, Benton, Peter Traugd, Brtarcreek.
Best i Bu-liel winter apples 1 00
do i do Fall do 1 10
do 4 do S andaid pears 1 00
do 13 Dwarf pears 50
do Sample dried apples So
do do Poaches 50
do do Cherries 50
Jixtecs Thos. I. Wnlever, Ml Pleasant;
John Smith. Madison ; Frank Shuman Boa
CLASS 20. TRIAL OF HORSES.
FIRST TItO P.
. . , , .
1 "est ironing mare, norse or geiumg..
i time Hot n er 3 inintt'es S50 00
liesl Ironing mare, horse or gelding,
time uoi over 3-40 " SlO 00
Best trotting mare, horse or gilding SlO 00
Best trotting mare hnr-o or gelding 5 00
Any person competing for the 650 00
premium must pay Sa (10 at the Stand bu-
Judges Casper Radii, Callawissa; John
Frui., Jereeytnwn; S L. Beitle, L'mhi Stroei.
RULES AND REGULATIONS.
Anicle 3d of (he Constitution requires
every person to pay lo tho a-socialiou one
dollar lo coustiuiie memuer-tup, llie prac
lice heretofore lias been to buy a family
tickc. on lair days mid have their names
recorded al the lime.
Every exhibitor i required to become ai
mombe'r of the association belorn tinipring'
his anicle lor exhibition, or compenUon. f
Miners can become ux'lnbiiors wheuihoiri
parent or guardian is a member.
Tdo field of competition i open lo all
Peisons from other counties can become
Hi t tntnpto yenst
1 nnpl pli
exhibitor- upon llio fame terms as citizens ty, deceased, haiu been granted by thu Register of Co
ol lhis counlv lumbia counij . to the undersigned, residing in Locust
. I! , tr , r . township Columbia county, all persons hai ing claims
All articles Ollereil lor competition must airatnst tlie lisuto uf the decedent are rea'le.leil In i,r,,.
so be owneil oy tlio competitor, pruit, vege
so tables, flowers, otc, must be lho growth of
n the competitor, and all manufactured ar-
- tides must bo mado by tlie competitor.
UlU grOUtltl UV 12 0'clOCk fll. On lhUrS-
sio iiav 101 . a mi re tin inetu u 11 a a c ock
P. M. on Friday 10th, when they aro a the,
dipoal of lho exhibitor.
Shows, flying horsos or other amuse-
meuts thai lend to distract the attontion of
vi-itors will not bo allowed.
Stands for tlio sale ot refreshments can
be obtained bv making applicntinn to the
lff!,ll,K"1 or Secretary of tlie Association.
No bcpiice will be granted lo stands thai
sell spirituous or mall liquors,
Jm, Ions antininlnd to nxnminii tlm illfl'.ir-
I mil iilllhSPk wilt ennlsr tl f:ivnp nn lli A . .m.
(iiillioil by calling at tlie Secretary's office
50 early Oil I'riday mottling and obtain their
50 :,;,:. '
SO lllsirni.llOIIS. ...
I ll'ltdS IU ItlU Kill ULU UU Ulllilllieil Ul 4
5S J Sloan, F.lias Mctideiihull, J. J. Brnwor,
H, C. Sel. W. Harlmiius, Lloyd Sdarptess,
5. S. H. Miller, Bloomebnrg Iron Co.. Mo
au Kelvy Weal k Co., A. J. Evans, and Book
J II. IKLEU, Presidont.
L. B. RurunT, Sucretary.
Hloonioburg, .epl. 30, 1893,
Holow will bo found two full Demoorat'o
WHEREAS, by tho lnwa of this Tickots. Cut thorn outt voto ono and
., ,'r I"IM ( allll, ft H made "l lulyoftho . ,. ...
Slierltriif oyery count), to Rve notio nflhs senorul gtVO tbo othor lo your noicllbor 10 VOtO.
l.lectlons. by publication in one or more newVnfc,. 1 0 ' b
pers ofthe county, nt lent twenty days before the elec
tion." nnd 10 ellllinernln lli.filn i.ll.n ninn. n l.a .1.... '
oil," nnd to "dcnletintc tlio place atwlilrli Ihorlectlon is
tobe held." 'riiorefiirc,I.JoslAlirt'IlMAf,lllffh filler
ir of Columbia county, do hereby make knnwn and pro
Malm to lho qunllfled electors of Lolumbla county,
that n ui:Kini. IIifctiov will In lul l nn tmi'ii.
day.thc TlllltTr.f.NTII DAY OP OCTOIIEH. bslng the
second Tuesd.iv In rnild mnntli. nt ihn At..
Irlcts within the county, tovit: -
llenton township, nt the jitiblic house of 3. J, Etllcs,
in lh town of llenioh
Heaver township, r the liouso of Franklin I,, Sliuman.
I loom town-hip, at the Court Home, IllooiniliurK..i,
I riaicreektownihlp.at lho School House near llvan-s
llnrouphnf llerwlck, at the Town House, in Iterwlck.
,F-,i luxiiruip, ui mo nnuso 01 ivin. rJhuman
(Ireenwnod township, nt the hmiso of Joseph K, Tntton
llcmlork township, nt tho lluck llurn.
Jackson tmuishlp, nttlio honse of Kzcklel Cote.
Locust town, hip, at the liouso of J, L. Hurst. Blab
iMiinin township, nt the lic-uso of John Keller.
Jladlson twp., ut tho house of ?ainuel Itlmby.
Mount Pleasant tow p,at tlio fionso now occupied by
1 houias Jnncs.
Muutoiir town.lilp.nl the liouso of John Uleliards.now ',
occupied by W'illinni llolllnRshend.
Mnlntowinlilp.iittlic liouso nf John M.Nuss
Ilnarlncrrcek townshlp.attlio house formerly occupied I
by CI. W. Hri lsba' li,
urnnge township, ntthe house of Alexander Ituohcs.
Tine township, nt the house of Albert Hunter.
Sugnrloaf township, nil he housouf Allans Colo.
Pcott twp., at the house of Hunch Howell, L'spy.
It is further directed that the election of tho said sev
eral districts shall be opened In trtceu the hours ofd and
10 o clotk in thu forenoon, and shall contlmio open uilh.
out lnterriiition or adjournment, until 7 o'clock in Hie
evening, when the polls shall bu closed,
s ild ii , elected at the time and places afore-
O.V1J JUI1GK OI' THU SUPIICMU CCOUT,
om: p.i:aiHTi:it & nucortDr.it,
O.N'U COL'.VTY COMMIsJSlONnil,
OW1J COUJJTY Al'DITOK.onJ
OXU COUNTY COltOXOlt.
i'i!.la fu,V,l't'',,,ll"':ted that the meetings of tho return
Judges will be held at the Court House In llloonisbum to
inakuntit th" irunernl election, whirl, win i.n n rni.
D.U the KI.YnmXTII DAY ofOuTOIIHlt.
llm Judges of the Thirteenth yenatoriat District
shall inai t t tfto Court Miiuse, in lho llornugh of dun
bury, ill lho county of .Northumberland, un Tuesdsy,
Octn,er Twentieth, "
The ruiiru Judg. s of the ilcprescntslHoDistrlct.com.
posed of the couniics H VVjom'.ng, Sullivan, Columbia
jnid .Montour, shall ineel at thu Court House, in blooms
mlti;.'.i!!.,t.lrr,'!",.:.ur '-'"'"'"bin, on TUIMDAY, the
TtVHM'IlIIII DAY of OCTOIIHR neAt to make out
returns for members of Assembly.
And in and by the said ad, 1 am further directed to
give notice that every purson, cxcipttng Justices oftho
oeacc, who shall hold an) office or appointment nf profit
pr trust under thu tlovornnient or the United States, or
of this cUuto, or ofnuy city or incorporated district,
whether u commissioned otlicer or otherwise a subordi
nate olheer or agent, w ho is, or shall be einpl iyed under
ihe legislative, or executive, or judlcaiy department of
this State, or of any incorporated district, and nlso that
every member of Congress, nndof the select or common
council of any city, coinmisioners, of nny Incorporated
district, Is. by law, incapable of holding or exercising nt
thosaiiietnue, lho oillco or appointment ofjudgo, inspec
.or or eterk of liny election of tills commonwealth, and
fjlat no inspector, Judge nr any officer of nuy snch elec
tion shall bi eligible to nuy oillro than to be voted for,
Olveu under my hand anil scal.at my ollice lu lilooms
burg, this 17th day offiepicniber, A. 11.. lets).
J. II. FUItMAN,
I)loomburg, Sept. 20, 1:C3 Sitrfff.
VALUABLE HEAL ESTATE.
rnllD subscribers will offer at Tublic Hale, on tho pre
J wises, near IliehTs Hotel, in Cast Butralo toniishlp,
Union county, Pa , on
SATrrtDAY, Octouer. 10th, 1603,
nt 10 o'clock, A. M one-half Uc initrcslin Ihe undiit
detl Farm of the latu Andrew Hagcnbiieh. containing
more or less, inestly limestone soil, cleared nil except
ing two or threo acres, well limed, nud in a good stale
of cultivation. The improvements are a largo
TWO STOIty HI! U K HOUSE,
A BANK BARN
d5 by 65 feet, together with all lho necessary outbuild-
111!-., fro- tin. I'rir.,, 'I't.n. .t ,..,..
on the prcmiseR also a
J UUAU URUJIAIID
with cood fruit of all kinds. -
Persons wishing further information, may inmiro of
.... i ..u.iiiuui.1,, ,ii ii,.- preuuses.
If desired by cither party, tlio whole farm will bo put
ut, Tehms madu known ut sale.
AXIIUUW C. HACnXllilCH,
Sept 15, I E03. llxccutors.
ir' JJemfc-at, nioombiirg, copy iliree weeks, and
scud bill to I.ewisburg Chronicle.
TEACH E US' " EXAmTn ATIONST"
rrllli Txaminntiun of Tearhers fur Columbia county,
J w ill take place at the following times and places :
Centre at l'cm lursvillc, September il ; Cutaw issa nt
Cntnuissa, Sept. i!J ; llerwlck llor. Kept, 'ja j .Milllin at
MiffiitH ille.SJ.pt.-.'S ; Heaver at .Michael's Hihoolhouso,
Hept ffii ; Maine ut .Mann llle, slept. Oil; Itoarinccreok
at .Middle Sihool house, Oct. I ; Coujngham nt Ci ntro
illu, Oct. 'J ; I.oi ust at Xiiinidia, Oct 3; Tranktiu nt
Clayton's School liuu-e, Oct. 5; Orange, at Oranguvillo,
Oct. 7 ; Pis'iingcreck at Peab r s School house, Oct. Sj
llenton at llenton. O. t. O ; Siignrluaf at Cole's School
house, Ott 10; Scntt at Light sjireet, Oct. ; Madl.ou
at Jcrseylown, Oct. ill ; lieiidock at liuck Horn, Oct. CO;
Montour at Dietunck's School house, Oct. '.'1 ; .Mount
Pleasant at Junes' School house, o.t. -.'ij llriarrrcckut
.Marlz's Sihonl lioisi, Oct. -JO; tireenwood at P.ohrs
biug, Oct. id ; Jaeksun at 1). rr's School house, Oct. e.7 :
Pinu at Wuru(,rsvile, Oct. 30
Tho cerci'oes at all the above placcc to commence at
10 o'tlock, A. M
Teachers will please ba punctual In attendance. Di
rectors aro respeilliilly reucstn tobe present
t'HHLLS (J, IIAKKl.r.Y.
Dloonisburg, S'.-pt. 1'3, lrOA Co. Surt.
I'stutc of Jcnmhh IC Hess, dccl,
T cttcrs of admitmtrution h bonis non on
on the estate of Jureiniah K. Hess, late of Centre
township, Columbia county, deceased, have been gran
ted by tho Uegi.ter of said county to the undersigned j
n. persons having claim- against the cstatu of tho de.
cedent aro re.pusted lo pn -cut thei.i to the Admiiiis-
iraiors w nnoiit delay, and an persons indi bled to make
or.OUOi: K. Iin?3, Centre,
JOIIX Y. lUllsnit, Scott,
Mminlstrators ua bononin nan.
fiept. IS, IPI',3 fm$l
Estate of Umvcville K. Folk, dee'd.
3 r.TTI'.US nf administration no the Ilstnto of llenne.
SjVillo ii. Tolk.lati nf llnmlniktwp Culumbiaco,fc'l
havebei!n grunted by the lteginor ol'Coluinbiuco.,to the
undersigned ; all persons having ilaimsngainstthu es
tate nf the decedent aro rcTJestcd topreseut tliemlo
the undersigned, at I is residence in said township,
without delay, und nil person indebted to make pay
ment forthwith .
JACOU HAltniS, Mm'r.
Aug.".:, IfCn-Cw $2.
Estate of Alexander Blears, deceased,
IKTTI'.I'.M of Vdniinistratioii on tho Estate of Atexan
A der .M,;urs. latu of Locust low iiilnii l.ln,l.i-, ....n.
sent tli'im to tut) Administrators, without d lay, and all
persons indebted to make payment forthwith.
TIlTllIt K. IIUIIIIHIX,
juiiA 1 1. .i(,i. u, jr.
Aug. SJ, 1BG3.-0W $3 00.
ClAMii into tho premises of tho under.
signed, residing In I.ncust township. Columbia
county t,uenr N'uiiiiJu,) about tho lClh if September
n&tiK unixnr.K coir,
yj supposed iii uu uiiuui uiu ,enrs
"i owner is requeued to nrovo nroiu
charges and taku hcruway, or she will Le disposed of
uccoruiug to iuw.
Locust twp., Oct. 3, 16U1--3W
iU J. U.lVjJlUl O .
TT ANTED. Twelve Malo Teachers
H V ... ...iin linrifi. nf llm T...MI.. .,.....,.., ...
town shin. Schuylkill county. Tho examination will
'"ko place at I tiiutown. oi Wednesday, the 21st day
of October, ISb-.l, couinieiiclng ut 10 o'dock, i. M, The
Hehools will oieu on thu Ilr.l Monday ill Xovcinber,
and coutinuu tour months.
THOMAS UYANr, Seeretary.
ijfiitro town.lnp, nt the house of Jeremiah llcss.ilcc'd,
I oiiyunhani township, ntthe house of it, It, Wasser.
1 Ishliitrreek twp , nt the house uf llcfi), Mclleiiry.
rrallkllll tOtMlfllllK. at L'lnvtllll'a Hrlmnl II,,,,
rpWO good School Teacle rs in f'onyughnm township.
I Colmubia county. None but those with good, cer,
ttflrntes need npply ; to -urlt gnod salarlua will bo
HlmnU tu roiiiinenre abnut tlie ftr.l nf siu,,in..,l.n.
Conyngham twp . Au;. 8J, 1603-3W $1 isi,
Minnu 1 win auwn
Gcorgo W. Woodward,
JUDGE OF THE SUIUIEME COURT.
Walter II. Lowrle.
David B. Montgomery,
George D. Jactson,
Jobn O. Ellis.
PROTIIONOTAKY k CLERK Off"
REGISTER & RECORDER
Jobn G. Freezo.
Tbomas J. Vanderslico.
John R. Yohe.
William T. Sbuman.
George W. Woodward.
JUDGE OF THE SUPREME COURT
Walter II, Lowrie.
David B. Montgomery.
Ocorco D. Jacksotr,
PItOTIIONOTARY AND CLERK OF
REGISTER AND RECORDERj
John G. Frccza.
Thomas J. Vanderslico.
John R. Yoho.
William T. Shuman.