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EDITED Ut LEVI L. TATE, PROPRIETOR
Snturday, October 24, I80S,
FOR PRESIDENT IN 1881,
( Subject to the Dtciilon of :the Democratic Njtl onal
Con? cntion. )
Wo raiso to our mast-head to-day, the
candidato of tho country's ohoico for tho
Presidency in 1B04, Pcnnsylvanian's no
blest son and champion, Mnj. Gen. Geo,
D. McClellan, Tho hope of tho coun-j
try and tho restoration of tho Union now I
depend alono upon tho election of Gen,
McClcllan. Ilis nomination, by tho Dem
ocratic National 'Convention, should bo
mado by acolamation.
ThelReBult in ColumbiaCotmty.
Wo publish clsowhcro tho offiuial re
turns of tbo election in this County. It
will bo seen ibat the Dcmocraoy havo
rolled up tho magnificent majority of 1541
for Judgo Woodward, and elected tho
wholo Democratic ticket by an avorago
majority of 3025. This, considering tho
great effort mado by tho Abolitionists, is
a magnificent icsull. We havo polled
4.10 moro Democratic votes than we did
last year, yot.tha Abolitionists by getting
out their voto almost to a min, havo re
duced our majority nine votes. Wo con
fess wo expected a l.trgor majority but did
not suppose the Abolitionists would be
ablo to poll near so largo a voto in tho
county. In this we wcro mistaken. Tho
pcoplo have not yet got enough of Aboli
tion rule. Wo hope our moderate Repub
lican friends will soon get their full satis
faction of that luxury. In iho mean timo
our Democratio friends will have to stand
it as well as thoy can.
Columbia oounty has again shown her
appreciation of tlio cause of Constitutional
Liberty of tho Union and Constitution,
and given her verdict in thunder tones.
Wo havo elected good and truo men to
the County offices, and gloriously hold
our ground. Lot us stand firm. Time
will yet vindicate tho wisdom of our peo
ple Who would not feel proud to live ia
''Democratio Columbia !"
The Result in the State.
Tho result of tho lato election is a vic
tory for our politicial opponents, Gov.
Curtin being eleoted by a majority of not
less than 12,000. Wo labored for what
we considered the eauso of constitutional
liberty, of right and justice and tho best
interests-of tho country. Wo espoused the
cause ol Georgo AV. Woodward fcr his
abilities, patriotism, purity and excellent
personal character, and of Walter H.
Lowrio, for Supreme Judge, becauso ho
has faithfully filled the responsible posi
tion of Judge, and has dono much to raiso
fho dignity, honor and purity ol our Sup
reme bench. Wo labored zealously for
tho success of these excellent men and tho
great Demooratio party, because we keenly
felt the great importance of the contest,
and strove, with the great Democratic
parfof Pennsylvania; for tho triumph
of the cause of the people.
But tho odds were loo great. Wo mado
a gallant fight, but the power, of contrac
tors, speculators and offico holders, assis
ted by tho great central power at Wash
ington, which sent homo some thirty-five
thousand voters, who voted against us,
and of themselves moro than make up the
Abolition majority in the State, has over
powered us. Tho will of tho resident
population of Pennsylvania has been set
at naught and the Stato carried against
Tho result, however, is not without its
encouraging features. Out of a voto of
nearly halt a million ye aro only beaten
romo twelve thousand. Neaily a quarter
of a million of truo hearted Democrats
truo of tbo Union as it was, and the Con
stitution as it is, havo recorded their voice
in favcr of Union and liberty, and stand
ready to seize victory and power w,hcn
our political opponents themselves grow
siek of their own choice and call on them
for succor. Wo aro defeated, though not
dismayod. Wo will look forward to a
lirightcr day when reason and justice
shall once moro return to tho minds and
hearts of tho pcoplo.
The Opposition having carried tho State,
Governor and Legislature, we havo no
rssponsibility. Wo can wash our hands
of it all, and the peoplo and the Adminis
tration will not have it in their power to
lay any blame at tho door of the great
Demoorats.you have fought a good fight.
You had principles and candidates which
enlisted your united efforts, and you havo
only failed on accouut of tho most desper
ate efforts of your political foes and out
sido interference with your State affairs
You aro beaten by a small majority, con
sidering tho great voto whioh was cast and
you have the consolation to know that you
conscientiously did your duty. Whatever
evil results may follow, you will know you
re not to burnt, bland firm in your ue-
foat'Prcsorvo your organization stand
by tho oauso of tho Constitution and tho
Union of law and order, and oalmly
I tho breaking of tho clouds which now so
1 darkly lower ovor our unhappy country.
God grant that tho star of Ilopo may soon
ehino through itbo gloom, io oLocr tho
boarls of tho people.
Desooiation of tlie House of God.
Wo aro informed that a fanatical Meth
odist Preacher, by tho name of Barntart,
on the last Sabbath baforo tbo lato Elec
tion in attempting to Preach to tho pcoplo
ot Salem, Luzerno county, so far forgot
tho sanotity of tbo Sabbath and tho kacrcd-1
. m v ii .1-1 i
ncss of God s House, as to break out m
strains ot political exhortation lor all good I
nihiAti. In nnlll , I. 'fW.M ntirl I1,am tin.'
nounccd Woodward, and his followers, as
Copporlicads 1 Having thus turned tho
I liouso of God into a political moctinir and
cuangcd ,uo pup!t into lUo poiitioan8
rostrum, by his inGdelity and blasphemy,
the congregation roso to their feet, and in
wild commotion, the Dcmoorats gave three
hearty chcors for Woodward and Demo
cracy. The Abolitionists following by
cheering for Curtain. All such political
priests, whether fool or fanatic, afflioted
with " nigger-on-thc-brain, ' should be
banished from decent society hero as they
will bo excluded from Heaven .hereafter,
Tho "Board of Enrollment.
Wo paid a visit last week to Troy, and
through tho politeness of the Hon. M. 0.
Grier, Commissioner of Draft for the
Thirteenth District, who is a very worthy
gentleman, were invited, with our friend,
P. C. Harbison, M. D., to a seat within
tho Bar of tho Provost Marshal's Office
and had a full opportunity of witnessing
the examination of tho conscripts: In our
opinion, tho examinations aro fairly con
ducted and impartial decisions rendered.
The Board consists of Capt. C. M. Man
villk, Provost Marshal and President of
Board of Enrollment, Hon, Michael C.
Grier, Member of Board of Enrollment,
and Dr. Wm. J. Baker, Surgeon of the
Board of Enrollment.
The Eleotion is Over.
Wo now trust that tho politioal waters,
which havo been lashed into such violent
turbulence, mil quietly subside, and that
a calm more conductive to reflection will
follow. Tho Republicans have got their
victory ; they will enjoy it with their ao -customed
enthusiasm ,whilo tho Domocracy,
now quiescent, will look forward to the fu
ture, when they will roll back defeat and
obtain in its placo a substantial and per
manent triumph. To our Democratic
friends wo say, then, bo up and doing;
whilo you submit to the will of the people,
you can look forward with confidence to
the sober second thought which will suc
ceed the deleriousncss of passion that has
just spent Its foreo, and upon its oorrect
wisdom the fabric of Democratio ascen
dency will be built. The Demooratio
party is only obscured by a temporary
cloud, and will soon blaze out with reful
gent luster. You havo polled a voto
throughout the Stato that is enormous
by far the largest you ever gave and in
that fact, and by your firm, aompact and
solid organization, you havo won tho re
spect, if not the fear, of your opponents.
When more than half tho legal votes of
the State march in solid column to the
ballot-box and disposit their voles for
Woodward and Lowrie, it is high timo
that venal and unscrupulous men should
ccaso thoir clamor about traitors and trea
son. If they keep it up after that de
monstration, tuey will Eimpiy expose
tbemsolvcs to confempt and derision.
Just What tlib Rebels Asked.
The defeat of tho Democracy of Penn
sylvania and Ohio, is just what Jeff Davis
and Lis rebel loaders askod and prayed
for. Their presses have been, for a long
time, saying, "keep down Vallandigham
and his party in tho North" givo us,
rather, men like Thadcus Stevens and
Charles Sumner ; thoy curse tho Union
and despise it, and so do we."
Thus the Abolitionists of Pennsylvania
and Ohio, have dono just what the rcbols
asked, and wo have no doubt that the
elections in these two States givo quite as
much satisfaction to-day, to Jeff Davis &
Co., in Richmond as to Abe Lincoln cj
Co., in Washington.
The President has issued another
Proclamation calling for 300,000 volun
teers. If not raised by January 1804, a
Draft will then be made to fill tho quota.
So look out for another draft. Tho good
times, promised, have not yet arrived,
Miss E, J. Lesoher, will open another
Term of her Select School, on Monday
the 2d of November. Miss Loscher's
qualification are highly commended as &
Preceptress. See her Card,
t&" Another proclamation for 300,000
mon. Huzza for Fatbor Abraham 1 Now
is tho time for tho abolitionists to show
their "loyalty" and patriotism, It's only
for three years, Dsn't all come at onco
A draft has at last been ordered in
the S(ato of NflW JeraQy
Never surrender, Democrali ! Up
and it om again,
To Me Repeated. Tho abolition par
ty having succeeded at tho polls, that
"popular mcasuro," tho draft, is to bo re
peated on a larger soalo than horotoforo.
A. despaoh from Washington saysi
It is not truo, ns has boon reported, that
tin Government has any intention of re
Borting to voluntccrin instead of a draft.
It is truo that tho conscription has not
realized as many men a was expected,
and it has nlso proved very costly, but
now tho raachinary is in working order
all over tho North. Tho administration
believes it to bo an oasy way to sccuro
men. Tho military authorities, aftor all
has been said, are still of opinion that tho
draft is tho choapest and most espedious
.Cftl of securing an army , and bosidos
distributes moro evenly tho burden of war
am()Dg who,0 ppulotion, It
theruloro bo persisted in.
Drafting may !) ''an easy way to so
euro men," and it may bo "tho cheapest
and most expeditious means of securing
an army,' but wo "oan't seo it," and wo
doubt if thoso who havo watched the pro
gress of the last conscription can see it in
that light. To enforco tho last draft ro
quircs tho services of about soventy-fivo
thousand men provost marshals, provost
guards, infantry, artillery, Ac while the
Duinber of men soourcd for the services
by this cxponsivo army of officers and
soldiers docs not roach over sixty thou-
sa7icl J In tho light of theso facts, docs it
not sound like a joko to hoar that tho
draft is "tho cheapest and most expedi
tious means of securing an army ?" Every
man secured will cost over $5,000, while
the process itself is todious(extondingver
months of time.- Meantime, tho army in
the fiold is depleted to enforce tbo moas
uro, and grows weaker day by day from
fighting, disease, desertion, &c. Isstcad
of being an expeditious and vigorous
means of prosecuting th war, tho draft
is a drawback, an expensive and cumber
some machine in short, a failure, dis
tasteful to all classes (even tho most loud
mouthed loyalist) except those officers who
make a. handsome thing in enforcing it.
Tho system ol volunteering, stimulated by
liberal bounties, would secure a far better
army in a shorter time.
But the govornmcnt profcrs drafting to
enlistment, and "it will therefore be per
sisted in." If it is not impertinent, we
would inquire in this connection, what
has become of the promises mado by the
Abolition journals, beforo the election,
that tho peoplo would avoid a draft by re
electing Got. Curtin ? nis own homo or
gan held out tLis glowing inducemont,and,
on the other hand, threatened the people
with another draft of 000,000 in ease thoy
should elect Judgo Woodward ; and now,
before tho returns aro footed up, a draft is
determined on. What has become of their
promises ? They ara ropes of sand, Sew'
ard'a promiso of peace within ninety days
Let theso jugglers and confidence men an
swer to tho people whom they havo know
To ascertain the result of tho State,
without reading. Look at the Rooster,
TrtE Indiana Elections. It is signify
cant that in Conectiout and Indiana the
eloctions bavo gone for tho Democrats.
Tho reason is obvious. The Republican
soldiers were not sent homo, and green
backs were not squandered. The Chicago
Times of last Saturday says :
JTho county elections in Indiana on
Tuesday, resulted favorable to tho Democ
racy. Wo havo tho following majorities :
Damscralic Bartholomew, 500 to 700(;
Jaokson, 700 to 800 ; Martin, 1,000 ; Du
bois, 1,000; Allen, 2,100; Knox, COO ;
Johnson, J00; jjawroanco. 100 : Wash
ington, 800 ; Grango, 230 ; Putnam, 350
to 400; Mouroo,250; Clark and Carroll,
majorities not stated. Abolition Tippo
canoes, 850 ; Warron, 500 ; Boone, 250 ;'
fioTPoor white men of tho north, aro
made to pay tho highest prico for every
thing they buy ; aro denied tho right of
habeas corpus, aro not secure in their
houses, papers, or persons ; aro threatened
with conscription, and a thousand other
inconveniences, and outrages : whilo tho
negro of tho South is given his freedom,
and fed clothed' and schooled at the ex
pense of tho ptioplo. Tho money to do
this,is taken from tho United States Treas
ury, in opposition to that clauso in the
Constitution whioh says : "No monoy
shall be drawn from tho Treasury, but in
oonsequenco of appropriations mado by
Elections Yet to Come 00'.
Elections are yet to bo hold this fall by
tho following States, on the dates named,
Now York, Tuesday, Nov. 3,
Wisconsin, Thursday, Nov. 5.
Maryland, Wednesday, Nov. 4.
Dolaware, Tuesday Nov. 3.
Minnssota, Tuesday, Nov. 3.
Massachusetts, Tuesday, Nov. 3.
Missouri, Tuesday Nov. 3.
Now Jersey, Tuesday, Nov. 3.
Illinois, Tuesday, Nov. 3,
In Maryland, Delaware and West Vir-
j gtoia, Congreiimen re to be chosen.
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GEN. MeCLELLAN. j Letter from Gen. McClellan.
This officer has been retired j we believo Tho following nolilo letter from Gen.
it is tho military term for putting officers McClellan, was received in Phildolphia
upon half pay. Tho Government thus last Monday afternoon, and speedily tele
places among the useless and supcranua- graphed over tho Stato. The occasion
tod, those who have passed over the use- that gave it interest has gone by, but wo
ful period of their lives, and would only
bo in the way in aotivc service.
Snmfi of tbo nconla mav havo a different
oninion of this eontloman. from that indi-
cated by tho Government that is if they
ara not "hansed for tliinkinrr." in nursu-
anco of Jim Lane's suggestion. His ex
ploits in tho early part of the war aro yet
too fresh in the minds of tho people to be
obliterated by a Presidential order or a
proclamation. All will well remember
that he was the especial favorite of the ad
ministration in its earlier and better days.
That all their hopes of success hung upon
him, and that the highest were proud to do
him homage, until the cloven foot of aboli
tion began to protrudo from under the
Presidential mantle. Then, because this
o a i &
young and patriotic commander would not
bow to this monster juggernaut, tho axe
must be brought into requisition, and the
political gulloline must ring with his deca.
pitation, But not withstanding his remo
val from tho army that loved him so well
still his hold upon there affections was so
deep, that no effort of tho Government
could wean them from him. They had so
olton followed him to victory and to glory
and knew eo wolt tho stuff he was mado
of, that tho ban of authority could never
ostrance them from him. Henco this lato
unjustiGablo act of tho President, placing
him upon tho retired list, where ho draws
but half pay . Ii he thinks by this to turn
tho hearts of tho people against him he is
sadly mistakon; Tho peoplo aro getting
too used to seeing independent merit pun
ished to sugcr themselves to thus mislead,
and tho past experience of the President
ought to have taught him this, ero now.
Tho eyes of tho people arc already turn
ing towards this young chieftajn, as their
next oandidato for President, and every
blow that old Abo aims at him, puts him
up another round upon tho Presidential
ladder. Miami co. Sentinel.
Woodward and Curtin in Their
Own Counties. Luzerno is Judge Wood
ward's nativo county, and his majority
is 2,780 1 Centro is Curtiu'a native coun
ty, and it goes for Woodward also by
344 majority. In 1800 Curtin carried
Centro by a majority of 341. This is tol
erable good evidenco that Judgo Wood
ward got the most votes where he and his
sboody opponent Yore both wll known,
Ok Ol J-
publish it, in order to keep up with the
I current of events, and also expose another
1 of tbc basc falsehoods by which tho Ah
I lition pnga endeavored to cheat tho poo-
' plo into the belief that the great and good
j m of the Democratic party had become
renegades, anu repudiated consistency,
sclf-re.pect, honor and principle, by de
claring in favor of Ourtin.
Orange, N. J., Oct. 12, 1803.
Hon Charles J. JJiddle :
Bear Sir: My attention has beCP
called to an article in tho Philadelphia
Press, asserting that I had written to the
managers of a Democrrtio meeting at Al
lentown, disapproving the objects of tho
meeting, and that if 1 voted and spoke, it
would bo in favor of Governor Curtin. I
am informed that similar assertions have
' been made throughout tho StUto. It has
j ipatlon in parly poitioSi an,i j had dctor.
. mined to adhere to this eourso,but it is ob
vious that I cannot Ionnor maintain silence
under such misrepresentations. I, there
foro request you to deny that I havo writ
ton any such letter or entertained any such
views as thoso attributed to mo in the
Philadelphia Press, and I desiro to state
clearly and distinctly that having some
few days ago had a full conversation with
Judgo Woodward, I find that our views
aerco, and I regard his election as being
called for by the interests of tho nation.
I understand Judgo Woodward to bo in
favor of tho prosecution of tho war with
all tho means at the command of tho loyal
States, until tho military power of the re
cllion is destroyed.
I understand him to be ol the opinion
that whilo the war is urcod with all dos-
siblo decision and energy, tho policy di
reeling it should bo in oonsonanco with tho
principles of humanity and civilization,
working no injury to private righti and
proporty not demanded by military ne
cessity and recognized by military law
among civilized nations, and, finally, I
uuucirsiaim mm to agree witli me in the
opiuion that tho solo great objects of this
war aro tho restoration of tho unity of tbo
Nation, the preservation of the Cons'titution
ana tno supremacy ot the laws of tho eoun
BeliuviOL' our opinions entirolv an-reo
upou moso points, i WOUIU, wore It in my
power, givo tO Judno Woodward wwoiw,
f wj b'u iuuuufau iiucmwuru my VOICG
anil my VOtO.
I om ..A... .noir..n
i am, very respcotrully, jours,
i5TARTLI.NO I BUT TRUE. Tho Volun-
Inors nrn In-ivinrr it, ,i,,.. f T,
tocra aro UtaviOg tUO ll Ollgers Of Lever,
Srtllrww. Wnllmla nnA rtl.AlAH.. Tlf -
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''Vrlu.",!,, "''Jf. su.iuy
his family strong and healthy. Soldiers,
try them I Only 25 csnts per box or pot.
b-..u .v.iw.i nn, luavuiiia uuuysta uieaou, cqueiiuy an sucn oruers must do accompanied by the
who.bv the aid of IIOLLOWAY'S PTT.T.R 5a!.h ln '"'if? attention. We male a deduction of two
-J .1 AliBnirpmn ..I 1 HiltO dollars on eithcrwatch when the payment is forward
anu UlNlJuJiiNl . WOllld havo retuniGil to In advance. Money may be sent by express at our ex.
On tho 15th inst., by Rev. Wm. J. Ey
er, Mr. HkNiiy Ness, of Berks oo., and
Miss Mauy Ann immebman, of Oatta
witsa. In Uloomsburg, on tho 20th inst,, by
Rev. J. R. Dimtu, Mi-. SamueIj Bond, of
Stephcnion eo., 111., to Miss Piiede A.
CliEciiNEii, ol Montour co , Pa.
On tho 10th inst,, at tbo parsonage in
Orangevillle, by Rev. Jotmul'orrest
t it i i M..... tTt.n
B. J, llESS, and MlSS .MAUY A. HtSS,
both of Cloiunbia co.
In Sugarloaf townihip, Columbia eo.,
!.. tail l'tTin 1 1 vaa l.an .
aged about 53 yoars.
On fho 23d ult., at his residence in
Elida, Winnobago county.tll., Jiuiu John,
.. 1 r. ) rj ... 1 1, a ntwl 10 rlnvfa
rtUU V I JTCilkO, I HJUU.liJ , hum - u.jr.
In Austin, California, on the 14th of
October, in tho 30th year ot Ins ago, Mr.
Geokoe W. Rupert, nophow of Judge
Kuport, lortneriy oi iMoomsourg.
I xa iuauisou iwp., vui, uu., um uiu isi
ult., in tho 74th year of bis age, Mr. Cou
NEijtuS Van Horn, a very worthy citizen
and for upwards of 30 years an exemplary
1 mnmV.ni- nfitm At P f!linrr-li
.mcmnerottno lU. 1U. UllUrtU.
Wlin.i . tins. SI 25i Green AnnloJ
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80 Dried " uo
75 Dried Peaches 3 00
00 Butter...., llb 25
75 Lard '' 10
CO Tallow "' 12
(Eggs..,. '$ doz. 10
50 Hay... ' ton. 13 00
50 Chickens " pair 25
CIame to tho premise? of the subscriber,
f In Locuit townihip, Columbia county, on or about
the ISlh of September Inst. a
DAU1C BR1XDI.F. COIT,
blind In one eye. TJio owner is requested to enmo
forward, provu property, pay charges and take her
nwuy, othcrwiio the will be disposed of ns the law di
rects. DANlllI. HOYbR.
October 24, 1SC3,-3S1
Iame to the promises of tho subscriber.
VV in Sugarloaf township,
the Ant of June last, a
siinnn.n.1 Un l,ft ...n.. -.1.1 ...1st. - .lit I jliu
requested to prove properly, pay charges, and lake hor
jiway. or she will be disposed ot accori'ini; to taw.
October 21, lSG3-3n$1.
CIame to tho premises of the subscriber,
J in CcV.re townshin, Columbia county, on or about
the middle of September lust, a
BLACK AXIl milTR SPOTTED BVI.li,
supposed to be about one year old. The own.T is re
quested to prove propeity, pay charges anil take him
away, or neiu uo uispuseu w accnruing in law.
Centre twp . Oct 2i, 1803. 3v8l
In tho Orphan's Court for th Count of
Columbia; Estate of John M. Bueka
lew, lato of Fishingcrcck twp., dee'd.
A I.I, persons interested will take notice, Hint tho
Ci. undersigned nppnuited Auditor by the Orphan's
Court of tho county of Columbia, on eiocptlous filed
tothe account f William Uuckalew, one of the Eicc
utors of John M. Uuckalew, dee'd., will meet the par
ties interested at tho Recorder's Ollicc. in llloomsbiirg
on Wednesday, tho twenty-fifth day of November,
A, II., leiKI, for the purpose uf his appointment, when
and where all parlies interested are requested to at
tend if they think proper,
JOHN G. FREEZE. Auonoa.
nioomsbuig, Oct. 31, leia. 4t$J.
In the Orphans' Court for tho Comity of
Columbia, Estate ot Solomon Swank,
lato of Beaver township, dee'd.
A I.I. posons interested will take notice, that tho
undersigned uppomted Auditor by the Orphans'
Court of the county of Columbia, on exceptions filed
tn the accouut oi Tiluiou Kiltenhouse, unit Kcubiii
Swank, administrators of Solomon Sw auk, dee'd.. will
meet the parties interested ut Uiu Recorder's OHice, in
IMiioiiKhiirL'. on 'Jhurtday, the twenty-sUll! day of
nn 'Jhur.day, the tcnty.si.lll day of
I Ullici:, in
November, ltra, for the purpose of his appointment
when and where all parties interested ate .tqjeited
to attend if they think proper.
WliaUlV WIRT, At'DiToa.
llloomsbiirg, Oct, 21, lfcOJ. 11$.'.
In the Orphans' Court for tAi t'ounfy of ColvnHd, Es
tate of Edizin llolmta, late of Fiihini'crcck tounitip,
A hi, nersons Interested will lake notice that the un
ders"igi.ed appointed Auditor by the Orphans' Court
of Columbia coui'ty.tn report uiHribBtion of the bal
once in the hands et- Mary t - Holmes, a.lmmis'.ratrix
of Udwin Holmes, deceased, to J'ld among tho respec
tive creditors of tho decedent, accoi'ing lo thu order
established by law, will meet thu parties Interested at
the oilice of Robert T. Clark, in Bloomsburg. on Wed
nesday, the trteiity-llfth day of November, JtC3, for Ilia
purpose of his appointment, when and where fill parties
nterestcd are required to present their claims, or c de
barred from coming in for n share of such assets
.M. K JACKSON, Auditor.
Uloomsburg, Oct. 31, 1803 It? J.
In the Orphans' Court for the County of
Columbia, Estate of Ueorge IJarlmun,
late of Benton township, acceastd.
A LI. persons Interested will take notice, that the un
dersigned, appointed Auditor by the Orphans'
Court of Columbia coumy, to settle and ailjiut the rates
and proportions of the balance or assets in thu hands
or Georgo .M.Hnrlman. Hxccutor of (Jeorga Hurtman,
deceased, to and among tho respective creditors of the
deceased, according to the order established by law,
will meet the parties interested at Robert 1'. Clark's
oilice, in llloonishurg, on Tuesday tho iWth uf Novem
ber, IdiiS, for the purposes of his appointment; when
aud where all parties interested nre requested to pro
sent their claims, or be debarred from coming in lor a
share of such assets.
ROIIDRT r. CLARK, AoniTOH.
Uloomsburg, Oct SI, lbti3-4t$!.
QOLDIERL IN THE ARMY
and our ruor-Ln at homi:
Are now offered an opportunity by which they can ob.
tain n U'lOl) AND DUKAUI.U TlAin-l'lCC. at a very
low tlzure. Our Wutches are warrantsd to kuen tlma
ono year, and the buyer is ulluwcd the privilege nf
exuiiimuiiuii m-joiu piiyiiiijiii is ruuireu
Improved Iluplci in fiilf Ruby Actions. A first rlan
Hunting Time-i'leca of silver material, over which is
elcctro-ilno plated IS k. gold, must durably wrought.
iiiunmi; itiu .iitiiaiiut, lu muilit-ss llluc 11 C lllliotue
detected from Hid solid material by thu most experi
enced judges ; ncldswlll not effect It, Loudon laado
movement. Improved Duplex in full ruby action, has
sweep seconds, und Is not to bo excelled in gcucral up
penrauce. This is decidedly one of the best articles
ever offered for traders and speculators. L'ngiiicers,
emigrants, und persons travelling, u ill find them su
perior lu tiny other alteration of climate will not af
feet their accuracy, I'rlcc, packed in good shape and
good ruuning order, only S'J.i, or case ot Ii fur Siuu,
SII,Vi:il UOUDLU TIM1J IIUNTINR LUVKRS,
Dost auality Silver Cases, over which clcctro.flno
plated 18 k, cold, similar lo our liuornvml llnnlxi nml
' ?.0??iiOr "''J"""1 movements with "Stop," to bo used
' ", ii", sc-s, ci,;-, jiusruur iimexcs tor ivasiunc-
Ion nndtlreenlch time, sweep cecoml, und nil tho
'"'Prpvcments. All In nil. taking its beautiful and
faultless appearance and its superior movement Intn
consideration, wo regard it as decidedly Iho cheapest
article of tho kind in tho market. I'rlce, lu good run-
i ning order, sas.orcasu nro rorswo. 8
,ff7"wV,k u w nil,llll. but will forward
either of them to responsible parties, to any part of
Iheloyol mates Willi bill payable to expressman when
,,le Soods aro itclivercd, (living tho buyer tho privilege
"I eiaininallnn.and, if not salisfactory, tho watch can
bo returned at our expense.
Thoexnress coillDanies rcfuso mnbtni. rnlli-rilnna n
a 10ldleri ,, 0le, - j,,,-, gia, "
0(lrt Mi IWm,, r,o,uen, r.'i,
filiinrt 0.tlrnari At.. nir.ntlurii n..l
S ' Jnc"tro ,wr,i" Uo1, CJ" last rrl ?v;."M',uaniu.0
"j i Mr. Walter TnowaniDon, aged about forming utt-nsiic. togeihcr with a tot or bincaimitb.
C yn..- I tooli. AI.-50:- Clin and Duddlng, Tablet, tftovri and
ijui i carpei, wiin a variety oi jinuieho'il and kiichanfur,
pens. TII03. OAri'ERTV fcCO..
Orphans' Court Safe
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE.
IN purunf.e ot an ordtr of llu Orphini' Court at
Columbia count?, on
Saturday, the 2LU of November, 1803,
at In o'clock In I hi forenoon, Amif Wlnltulcbt and
Msry Wblicnli!lit,admlnlitrtcri,:c.,of Pctor Wbltc.
nliht, late of Hemlock totrnnblp. In (aid o ountr, dea'd
will einoia to till, bjr publlo Ytnduo, oa tho prtuUm"
PIECE OF LAND.
nn(1 11(111 EtAlo tounded and defcrlbari a follow, i,
wit ! on tho North by land of Ooorga .Whllenitbt, on
1,10 l'-ntl by ,n"11 01 Mn'lilai Wliltcnlcht, on tho South
iho i;ml oy lotul oi Alntniai Wliltcnlcht, on the South
by land orroiwcll Felk.and on tin VV.it by land t?
j CONTAINING EIGHTEEN ACRES.
I l.nte tho citato of iald ilcccnicil, (Itiiate In lhelovf v
tup of llonilock, and county aforciald.
I jal'uii i:vi:ni.v. ru.i
TERVBOr SAI.Ci Ten per cent.of tho nne.fuurtb'
oncyco ae pniu on any oriais) ona.
percont, at tin conOrin.ition of th
balance In ona year from conflrmitlon
with Intcroit from confirmation,
October SI, 1CC3.
TTTiu.ba wpoied to public vendue, BttboroiidtW
bia CoUn?.o';""c"1",'r' Madl'oa ,oWh""P' L'olau"
Tuesday, 0th day of November, 1803V
ho following pcrionil property to wit !
ONE YOUNG STALLION,
two houses, Tiinun good milch cowa.
onp sucking Colt, two head of young Cottle, niiock oi
cliolco Sheep, n lot of Hogs and ShnoU, Grnln In tha
ground, Corn fodder. orYe Two-llona Wagon, or!.
nlture too tcdUus to mention.
Sale to commence at lu o'clock a. m,. nhen ondj
tlons will be made known by
Madison tup., Oct. Si, 1663.
MISS ELEONORA J. LESOHEH,
WIM. commence the Second Quarter of her 8lii
School in the Uascnicnt of the Iteforined Church
In Itloomsburg, on MONDAY, SUCVXU OF NOVEM,
HUH, max The School will bo divided tuto three dais
PRIMARY Including cbllilren Juit commencing, prill
per Uuarter of 11 wecki.32 uu,
.vrauECWyC-Includlng Heading. Writing, Spill.
Ing, and thoso coimnencli.g Geography, Grammar,
mid Written and Mental Arithmetic, prlct psr
Uuarter, S3 00.
70f.'-Iocludliig Reading, Writing, Spelling, Cram,
mar. Geography, Ill-lory nf the United Stntcl, as'
Written und .venial Arithmetic, $1 W.
Lessons In tho Ornamental branches, fit: Italisa
and Grecian Oil 1'ainliug, drawing, .N'tcdla-work, ota.,
at extra charges.
l'ersons wishing to have llair-Work done, such as
Hob and Guard Chains, Kings, or Eardrops, can b
Illunmsbiirg, Pa., Oct,e4, lSC3-2ni.
FllBSll Jilt RIVAL
FALL & Willi MODS.
Just returned from I hi Cltlas
X " a"UUler "f "na
select nrsortnii't or
FALL AND IVliSTKJl GOODS,
purchased at Philadelphia, nt the lowest figure, anl
which they are determined to sell on ti moderata tirroi
ns ran he procured clscwcore in llluouiiburg. Ilia
LAMES' DUhSS aoODS,
of choici st styles and latest fashkn,
DRY OOUDS, AA'V nilOCF.ltir.3,
CEDAR WARE, HOLLOW WARS
1RO.V, .YA1LS, ROOT3 SUOt.S
HATS l( CAPS, &-C e., fe.,
In short everything usually kept In renntry Slnrss
to whli h he invite the public generally.
The Highcil price paid for country pruduce,
S. II. MILLER.
Olomnsburg, Oct. 14, 1G3.
" MSOLIT!ON 6KPAttT.NEBS.s
InE partnorhip heretofoie existing between O. VY.
McKelvy and J.H McNincli. in tile manufacture of
paper at Catauissn .Mills, uudi r the firm of C, . Me
Kelvy & Co., is this day dissolved by mutual consent.
'I ho bun Hiss nf tho late Arm will be srtt'cd by U.
W. MiKuIvy, at Uatuwlssa .Mills
C. W. McKIXVV k CO.
THE undersigned, having purchased the Intersst of
J, S. .McMnrli, hi the late firm ifO VV. Mr Kilvy 4c Co..
would inform Ills friends Hint he will continue lbs
manufacture of I'nper. and punh.iM: Ungs, as hereto
fore, mid boIIi its n contiuuancn ot the parouago
nueraii uesioncu on uiu law linn.
C. W: UeKELVr.
Catawisa Mills, Oct 3, l&V.
Ii)MIN IS'l'UATORS NOTICE.
Estate of John Wl,itcnight, dee'd.
ETTERS of administration on tho oi-
jstnloof John Whltenitlit late of lllooin toWnihln
Columbia futility, deceased, have been granted by ths
Kegitter"! sum county in tue tnc underslgneii wnn ro
sides in the -eine towuhin : nil persons having claims
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, j . ,)lllin. . . , . . ' h t
ke patnan t
Oct. 10, 1803-
ADMINIS I'RATORS NOTICE.
state of Jertmi'ih K Hess, dee'd,
T otters of adminittrution de bonis non on
on the estate of Jeremiah K. Hess, lote i f Centro
'wnslilp, Columbia county, deceased, liave been gran
ted by the Register of said county to the undersignsd I
a.l persons having claims against the estate of tho ilr
Cedent nre requested lo present them lo H13 Ailminli
tralnrs without delay, and nil persons indebted toinako
fil-ORGi: K. HESS. Centre.
JOHN W. IIHirinR. Scntt,
AdntnlitraterJ d bononit tin.
Sept. 12, 1803 Cw$r
.Estate of Uenticvile K. Folk, dee'd.
LETTERS of administration on the Enato of Ilcnne.
vllle K. KolMatc of Honiloiktwp Columbia co.ecV..
havebeeil granted by the Register of Columbia co.,in tho
undersigned; all persons having clniin against tho ci
tato of thu decedent nre requested tn present them la
the uuderslenc4, at 1 is residence in said tnw'nship,
without deify, and all pcrMus indebted to maka pay
JACOU HARRIS Aim'r,
Aug, 22, 1SG3-GW S'2.
Estate fil Alexander Alcars, deceased.
LETTERS of Administration on the Estate ofAlersn
1'er .Mears, lale of Lnciist townshlp.Columbia coun
ty, deceased, huvu been granted by the Register of Co
lumbia county, to the undersigned, residing in Locust
township Columbia county, nil persons having claims
against Iho llstate of the decedent are requested to pre
sent Hum to the Administrators, without delay, and all
persons indebted to make payment forthwith.
rirrat k. iiuitiiniN.
JOHN VEACHR. Jr..
Aug. S3, leOSj-Cw J2 00. Adm'rs.
Esl'de of Sarah Stevenson, dee'd.
LETTERS of administration on tbo
Estate ofSarja Stevnim, lato of thu Stale of New
Jcrsey.the properly lying in Cnluiuhia to., I'a., deem
ed, have been grunted by the Regliter or Columbia 10.
lo Richard Deiuott, of .Mndisou township, Columbi
county, persons buying claims against iho citato
tho deceased nro requested to prcucnt them tn the ad
uiinlstrntnr at his residence lu snhi township, w) tlii f
delay, and all persons indebted to make payment for
, RICHARD DEMOrr, Adm
June 20, iso.l-Cw 2 00.
ADMINISTRATOR'S NO TICE.
Entate oj Franklin Mcliridi, dee'd.
1 ETTERS uf administration on tho Kitate of Franklin
JMcllrldc, late or Hemlock twp.,lolnnibia ro.. dee'd.
have been granted by the Register ofColuuibin co., lo
tho undersigned j all persons having claims against ths
estate of the decedent arc requested to present Ihcin to
thu Administrators ul their residence In said town
ship without delay, and nil persons Indtbted to niaks
August 8, 1F03. Cw SI 00,
ADMINISTRATORS' NOTIUK. "
Estate of H, H. lloSland, dee'd.
LETTEHS of administration on the
Eslatu ot II, II, Ilngetand, lale of Loruit twp,
inbia county, decoaied, havo been grantod by lli
Ilegi'tur of Columbia county to the undersigned i alt
persons having claims againit tho citato nf tho dece
dent are requeited to prelum Ilium to tho adminlitralnr
at Ills residence in laid townihip, without delay, and
all persom indebted to make payment ririhiiib.
T K, HRRPEIN, Adm'f,
A'lt'Ht 9, 15fl3 ? ')'