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BLOOM8BURQ, PNN'A :
Saturday Morning, Apr.23,10G4
" Our Oonatltntton snard It over I
Our clorioni Union hold It doar !
Onr Starry riaj forsako It never I
Th proud Oancaaslan our only pctrt
Ton PRESIDENT IN 1864,
GEORGE B, M'CLELLAN
Pubjictlolht dcclilon of the National Convention.)
Tlio Democracy have carried Sangamon
county, Illinois, by 300 majority, n gain of
400 votes since last year. Pretty good
for tho borne of Abe Lincoln.
Who aro tho Traitors.
In Congress on tho 12tb inst., Mr
Griunoll (Abolitionist) of Iowa, made use
of the following language :
"I would rntber say a thousand times
let the country be divided, tho South go
t'ueir way all slaves, nud tho North nil
free than to see the country ouco moro un
ler Deniocratio rule."
When A, Lincoln wants what be call
& loyal decision to support his usurpations
nnd give them the color of law, he has
rccourso to a rcnegsulo Democrat, beaause
tucb a follow will do a meaner thing than
any other creature is oapablo of doing.
Thus, when Mr. Vnllandighani was made
tho victim of arbitrary power, it was a
renegade Democrat, by the namo of Judge
Loavitt,who declared that Lincoln, through
bis dog BurnMdo, did just right. Now
another question has arisen, as to whether
A. Lincoln has tho right to dismiss or turn
out nrmy offiocra whenever Lo ploafOi, for
nny cause, or no causo, as tho caso may
be, and bo has a renegade Democrat by
the namo of Joseph llolt, acting in the
usurped capacity of Judge Advocate Gen
eral, who immediately says : "All right.
Abe, go ahead." How convenient it is
or "Honest" Old Abo to havo inoh fcl
i The Effect of Shot on Veaaelrj.
A shot does not mako a hole of it? own
size right through wood, but indents it the
fibers springing back after tho shock.
Generally, the course of tho shot only can
be traced with a wire, iomntimcs by a
hole as large ns a man's finger. The dam
age most often happens in tho inwde of a
vessel, is splintering and breaking the
wood, after the main force of the shot is
spent. FortJ Hamilton Richmond, which
are about a milu apart, with a vessel lying
between them, could not, with their guns,
eond a shotjthrough two feet of its timbers.
There is rirely an instance where a ship
was sunk by a solid shot. Hot shot and
ebello do tho mischief. The latter will
sometimes make aportures of several feet
n extent through tho sidos of vessels.
Payment op the Militia. Chief
'Paymaster Brice,has divided I'onnsylvauia
into three distriots, and appointod paymas
ters for oach district to pay tho militia of
1802. The following counties oompose
Ibe second district :
Second District : Major I). H M'Phail,
at llarrisburg. The couutie3 of Adams,
Blair, Bradford, Oambria, Centre, Colutn
bia, Cumberland, Dauphin. Franklin, Ful
ton, Uuntingdton, Juni.tta, Lancaster,
Lebanon, Luzerne, Lycoming, Mifflin,
Montour, Northumberland, Perry , Suydcr,
Union, Wyoming and York.
Mr. MoCullook, the Comptroller of the
Curraney, hai addressed to tho officers cf
the New Nationel Banks, a cautionary cir
culation in relation to the niaiiajrcineut of
thcie institutions, from whioh wo extract
these true and timely rem arks :
"B ar constantly in mind, although the
loyal States appear superficially to be in
a prosperous condition, that such is not the
cao." That while the Government is en
gaged in the fuppressiou of a' rebellion of
unexampled fierceness and magnitude, nnd
is constantly drairing the country of it
laboring and producing population ; and
diverting its mcrrhaiitilo industry from
works of permanmit value to the conatruo-
lion of implements of warfare ; while cit
ies are crowded, and tho country is to the
same extent depicted, nnd wasto and ex
travagance prevail as they never beforo
prevailed in the United States, the nation,
whatever may bo tho external indications,
is not prospering.
"The war in which we arc involved is a
ttcrn necessity ; and must be prosecuted
for the preservation of the Government.no
matter what it may cost ; but tho country
will unquc'tionably bo tho power every
day it is continued. Tho seeming pros
perity of tho loyal States is owing mainly
to the large expenditures of the Govern
ment and tho redundant currency which
these expenditures seera to ronder ncoos
sary. "Keep thero facia constantly in mind,
and niansgo tho affairs of your respectivo
banks with a perfect consciousness that tho
apparant prosperity of tho country will bo
proved to be unreal when tho war is clos
ed, if not beforo; and be prepared, by care
ful management of th trust coinmittod to
you, to help to savo the nation from a fi
nancial epitope, instead of lending your
influence; tj male it moM rtain and more
Letter from tho Editor.
PnitADELvfilA, A mil CO, 1804.
jDtvw Jd r. Dan octo 1 1
Leaving old (Jjlum
bin on Sntudny Inst Iliad a plousaut jour
ney and enjoyed the beautiful soencry
tin ouch the country to thin City. Busings
hero is brisk, olthciuh not quite tlit tieunl
average of travel, lor tho scasojtftf the
year. Prices advanced yestrnljjj, on
many articles of trade, from one tWhrcc
hundred pet cent. It is almo?t stargttig lo
couteinplato the condition to which our
country has conic, nud tho end is not yet.
Gold, lo-dav, is selling at $182 I .
Tho Boiler in Coruclison & Baker's
Machino Shop, in Bight & Cherry Streets,
exploded yesterday tunruiug, nnd killed
some IS or 20 persous. A portion of the
Engine, weighing over n ton, was thrown
over two r.quaros, falliug into a Livery
Stable and killed n man aud two horse,
There wer. about 300 men at work in tho
building at the time, and it was yet un
known how many were killed and woun
ded. Thtst! Engines ro nuisances in
Cities or 'I owns.
Among the exciting questions of tho day
is tho agitation of ilm Removal Qucitioti
of the Seat of our State Government to
Philadelphia, The Ilarrisburgiatis stout
ly dtuiur to tho arrangement, and in order
to secure its punuaiiviit location there, the
miiuioipnl nuthoritifi", luit week, appropri
ated 520,000 (or tho purcliHSc f an Exe
cutive Mandun. Thi- Senate, rubscfiueui
ly defeated tho liciiior.il Dill, which had
passed the iloanc, and ihero tho question
endod, for the preseut.
Disastrous report from the Army, as
much as soma attempt to buppross the
truth are believed here arid in New York,
and has caused tho great aud suddeu risa
in gold aud goods, L.L. T.
r'or thel'otumbia llemocrftl.
Coi,. Tate :
Please permit space in your val
uable paper, for the iniertion of a few re-
mark to the Wemncracy.wtierevcr your pa-
per may appear. Wo should spare no
moans consittont with law and order, at
tho first opportunity, to rcg-.in power as
our Sucocss is the only hope for tho resto-
ration of peace and union of tlic?o distract-
ed nud waring states. Wo have for thrco
years been sadly experiencing tho evil rc-
Milt of the incompetency with which pub-
lio affairs bare been administered,by those
in power, and the unconstitutional pur-
poses thoy are endeavoring to carry out.
Has not this oxpcrici.co been sufficient to
chango'ThTr winds of loose who unfoitun-
ately for ut all, in eighteen hundred aud
sixty, le'l the Democratic party and voted
for th Abolition candidates. Ifnot.then,
the future appiars dark indeed. We should
not despond hecauee wo tailnt to elact ,er) sacred tho Abolitionists, and the hope
Wooi! ward and Vallandigham goveruorB, now ol-utUrjy subjugating and crushing
ami slacken our effort for success in the QUl lhe Southcrn peoplo,plaoiug negro sol
futuro, nor be tBtimidited at the thrests of dier, 0Tcr ,lcnl) atn fiharing with these
thoio in power, and their eflorts lo bind block troops in a general plunder of South
us with the chains of oppression, but witli eatatcs. besides tho immediate enjoy
uudanted courage and puro motives press
onward in the suiuk constitutional path in
which wo have ever walked, regardless
aliko of all assumed ltw 4tid their execu
tion which aro unauthorized by the Con
stitution. Fellow Democrats ! Be not dismayed,
beeaust' the fraudulent means the Rcpub-
licans uned to gain last fall's election were
let (jo uncorrected, for wo have great lea
sons lo believe, from tho touo of tha peo
ple, that such work will nevsr bo permitted
again. There aro but two ways to re
store prace, and with it our liberties and
prosperities to our land. To tiithcr put
those who now rule over us iu sueh a tyr-
" , 1 . "y U'KU""S.
men iu their places whose trnnd, are suffi.
ciently groal and motives puro to govern
competently and honestly; or failing in
this, force tho opporito leaders to retrace
their steps snd pursue an hounst and con
stitutional course. Let us ueu all our
e Hurls to accomplish the first hut if we
prove unsuccessful iu that and they still
rule over us unconstitutionally, my advice
is, we should first use all mcaus peaceably
to effect a different course, aud if to no
purpose, thru lo pursue a cour?o most like
ly to bring back our liberties. If all the
conservative elements will but to unite to
one purpose by having free aud fair elec
tions, wo will . undoubtalily prove succsss
ful in the coming elections. Let us work
to this end, Aud may Ho who sustains
cud preserva all things, aid us in our ef
forts to gaiu power that wo may again go
on in poaee, prosperity and happiness.
Goshen I.nd., April Oth, 1804.
Dear Sir :
Enclosed I send
you two dollars on subscription to tho
i Columbia Democrat, Please send it along
t for I cannot do without it aud tho neigh
bors about hero hevo taken a great fancy
to it and think there is no paper liku the
good old Columbia Democrat. It is scat
tering bread upon the waters to bo gath
ered many days henco, U aching tho trull,
nnd exposing corruption whether it i
found at home amongst petty officials, or
at the scat of Government amongst the
' Yo.uri )S:e,,
J'. K. I.
Who have Favored Dkanlon.
tie I1UIU lliav inn fci eromuiim uuuiu (
havo had n peaceful involution of tho
Union imdtl.oy realty neuron h, ami H0d over numerous small towns, all over
tho people of their States, after n free and . , . .. , . . ,
fair. lUeussion, decided to separate from the country, miloa and miloi npar -how
thoUuion. So wo told them tit tho time Buall they bo gathered together! Tho
so f-oino of tho leading Republican journals paper maker, tho building owner, tho
tcld thorn ulMli L'ood faith. President ' 50uriiovman comnositor. iho eioccr, the
Lincoln, Govonor M.irgMi, and nearly nil
oftis, oponlv ffcvored n convention of tins
States which (and which omy, a, tho di-
uniotiists well know,) would havo had i
power to dcarcc a pcacotul ilisBolution oi
tho Uuion," uVctti York Tribune
There it is says ihe Cleveland Plain
Dealer the bold undisguised declaration
of lloraco Greeley that not only himself,
but President Lincoln, and ''nearly all"
of the Kcrublionus were in favor of a
peaceful disolution of tho Union, More
over, Greeley uvors that thoy so told tho
Secessionist1!. This, it is lo bo observed,
is no declaration tuado some time ago, but
is publUed in Monday's issue of tlio Tnb-
toic. There isn't a "loyol" sheet in tho
country whioh will have the hardihood to
deny ihat Greeley has now maiiu tree con
fession of his guilty complicity with tho
Southern rebels, charged Lincoln with
being purtkipt criminis. When it ii ic
mcmbered that tho Southern loaders in re
bellion arc charged with havwig been plot
ting the great revolts for yenrs, it should
bo graven in character! of fire upon tho
memory of tho American people, that with
full cogi.iiauco of tho designs of Davis,
Yancey, Toouib Si Co.,thcle.iding Repub
licans, through their mouth piece, assured
them that they might peacefully dissolve.
The strong fret demonstrated by this con
fcssion'is that the Republican party really
coTOtcd the disruption of our glorious Uniou
t ardently thirsted for division of tha na
tion, rather than there should be aty fur
ther participation of the South in the
public councils. Wo havo now the very
key to the auti-alavery cxoiteninnt which
was fomented by radical journals nnd
stump speakers. It sprung from genuine
hotrod of slavery, nnd no genuine phila
thropy for the negro but was a mere en
gine used to bring about a separation.
This was the real object of tho statistics so
0rten prepared by Wendell Phillips to show
tuat i)0t, North and South would bo bet-
tcr(,(i Dy dissolving political connection,
',js wa9 tiJ0 object of Mr. Lincoln's cele-
urated argument in favor of tho right of
CVCB n 8l.gmCut of a Stato to revolutionize,
q,js was (le object of tho bitter invectives
; rj0I1grc?s against the South, winding up
tj)0 taunt tjiat ..the South eouldu't be
Uickcd out of tho Uuiou." For this ob
jcct 8Uoh mon as Thompson were imported
t0 wijell ti,8 )r0nch, and such legislation
fls thj ..pc,.j0naHiberty bills"made chronic
nnd tll0 footi enthusiasm John Drown
Brgcd on t0 hig mM raiJ ju Virginia. It
maT be asked what has brought about a
cimngc jn the sentiments of these men !
Wo reply that there no real change.
T(l0 terriblo recoil after the Uring ou Sum-
ment of all the offices, emoluments and
pickings incident to the war, mako them
for tho pre.-cut prato of Uuion,but at heart
they are as honest and absolute traitors as
they ever were.
i nrettv set of follows to bo denouncing
jjt,m and the Confederates I
E&y We notice that A. J. Dcitrick,Esq,
of Williamtport, for several years past ono
of the leaders of tho democracy of Lycom
ing county, and a Mr. Harvey, wero ar
rested recently, at Washington city, on
the chargo of attempting to incite a caval
ry company to revolt. Through the inter
ference of lion. Jas T. Hale, member of
Congress from this District, and Senator
UuckBl they were, however, soon re-
leased, and il is now announced that they
were unconditionally discharged tho ar
rests having been made through a misap
prehension. And ol course there was no apology, as
there was no exouso, for tho outrage com
mitted. Some ''loyalist" suspects, and
honest and decent men suffer, and that
without redress. "A misaprehension," in
deed How many hundred of men aro now
iu dungeons hy order of the ''loyalists,"
who have never been brought to trial bo
cauvo arrested ''through a misapprehen
sion" which tho officials dare not admit.
Our frieud Deitriok wold have been anoth
er victim but for powerful friends and
Oun. soldier bovs. accorananied hv a
large number ofoitizens,repaired to Miffiin
on Sunday morning last to asist in the
burial of brother soldier by tho name of
Washington Beck, who recontly died at
Prir.i. Maura.. M.v Ttcol- oiwnro.i i!,a
servieo last fill, and was attached to the
178th Reg, P. V. M. Ho subsequently
, , 11. , , . ..
returned home, nud volunteorcd to nil the
e m-iii- ,i i . i e. i i i
riuota of Millliti in tho last draft, and had
, , . , ,
been in service but u low short weeks,
rr -.1.1 i r
He was buried with the honors of war.
His ago was 10 years 0 raon-hs and 27
days. Ikrwich GuzeUe.
lT Is tt possible that any BOldlcr Call
bo so foolish as to leave the city without a
miinlv of Hoilowav'n Ointment and Pills'
supply ot nouoway uintmcnr, anu i ins .
Whoever docs so will deeply regret it.
Tli nun uiedirineH urn llift nnlv nnrtnin
ifor Bowrl complaints, Fevers, Sores and
eourvy. uniy ou renii pr orx or pot.
The Printer Estate
mi: miner uuiiuii wum'j hu ,ui jr i
A. dollar hero, and a dollar there. Matter
ltai(or .tld nll assisanl9 to bin. .u carry
I , ,, , , , . , i
ng on his businesi, havo their demands,
hardly ever so miihII as a eingb dollar.
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diligently gathered aud the la-.- linfailitien
will never become sufiieiently i u'ky, We
iuiagiuu tho printer will have to get up an
address to his widcly-scattcrcd dollars
aaiiiethinir llkn thi fflllnnritir, . ,
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' Drill nr. tiulvnrf. ntinrtnra Atmma. .mt
all manner of fractions into which ye arc 1
divided, collect yoMrselves, and come
home 1 Yo aro wanted 1 Combinations
of nil sorts of men that help the printer to
,VC0M0 proprietor, gather such force.
j antt ,iCiiiond, with such good reason, your
j0ppearanco at Iiib couuti-r, that nothing
short of a Sight of you Will appcaso them,
n .. . , .. , , ,
UOllOCt yourselVCS, lor Valuable as OU arc
Ill tno aggregate, Single you Will never
i . t ...
pay tho cost of gathering. Come in here
in single file; (hat the printer may form
you iuto a bnttallalion, and send you fonh
again to battle for him, and vindicate his
feeble credit !"
Header, aro you sure you havo't r
couple of tho printer's dollars sticking
about your clothes I
n ........ ., u.. T i . Pltrc iindcrpli-ned, srati-fiil fur past pattonnse, tpee
ur.MIS Foil OUCCI.SS 1 have groi t j rutty itiformr lilKiti'ttitiii'rs ami tli: inil.l ictrutiprntly
.d,l, , , .it.-i: v . its that he hat Jim received from Hid K.uterno iltlci, the
conlidcnce (says "hlsio enner," ) in Wll and most Seicit mock of
young men who bclicvo in themselves, fl S)!ti A A fl ET M U I)
and aro accustomed to rely period. When .01 lit i0 il l U 0 U 1 111 111 ill
a resolute young fellow steps up to tho yV'Vir'vf
great bully-tho World-and takes him; fej 1 SlllU
boldly by tils beard, he is often surprised Tint has y.lheen opened In tlloomsliurf, tn vfhlcli he
f,i fin.l : .,, rr : I.: . I I l .i . liiviteRtlianttcntinn of hi friumla. Hint iinnirea them
to illlU It COmo OfflO his hand, Utld that mat they arn ottered for Mln at irrr-nt hargalue. Mil
It n,.li. iln.t n tn .,... . :i ftiick c"inprleB ii larcu .Tsortmeiit of
it was only tied on to tcarc away timid i;i!nti.b.mi:.vs wr.AittNO appauki,.
.1 - i . T" i I ?niiaf i tiu nf t"" i tt i itt!.K I ) Villi ( it-ri. nf rtrv it
jovon.urcrp. i nave freu youug men
moro thap ouec, who came to a great city """'-,'."lv". fuM.oii.iem.Ao.
without a single fricnd.siipportthemsclves1,,,
and nav for their education, lav no mom-v
- ' r w
in a few years, grow rich enough to travel !
and establish themselves in life, without
ever asking a dollar of any person which
they had not earned But those aro ex
ceptional cases. There arc horse-tamers
born so, we all know ; there ore women
tamers who bewitch tho pes as tho pied
piper bedeviled the children of Hamclin j
and there arc world-tamers, who can
make any community oven a Yankee
one get down and let them jamp on its
back as easily ts .Mr. Rarey raddled f'ru
ser. Why yes, of oourfe, that ia all so It
is not .'o very hard a matter wo fancy.
"Tho Nigger" has the whole Yankee com
munity" do.wa and is jumping on its back
with great gleo and satisfaction; and the
fun o! tho thing is, that the said "Yaokcc
community" teems to liku it. Jumping
ou its back I Yes iDdeod,and tho Yankee
is carying Sambo and Dinah. (Jo on,
tho "Commuuity" is ocrteinly 'bewitched.'
Boldiera and tlicir Duty.
Gen. Roaecrsns, at St. Louis, has Us
ued an order relating to breachc) of the civ
il law by soldiers. It contains the follow
ing honorable, soldier like, aud statesmen
like scntituont,which every true patriot and
lover oflaw nnd order will heartly endorse :
" Officers and soldiers are reminded
that, their functions being to establish law
and justice against armed opposition too
strong for the oilicers of tho civil power,
their uulform becomes a cacred badge, and
whoever woaring it, commits or permits
wrong or outrage to persons or property,
laius that badge, and stabs the country
ha profesaca to serve. Military power is
a trust more sacrad and honorable than a
trust of property. Ho who mim-os this
power to gratify or bonefit hiunr If is more
guilty and dishonorable thau the violators
of a pecuniary trust, Impartial justico
and the strictest regard for the weak and
defenoeli'si are therefore the duty r.ud tho
glory of the truo pstriotia soldier. They
arc, also, tho marks of truo nobility and
courage, while cruelty and injustice are
the sure badges of baseness aud coward
ice." rp. f .1 i . o.t. .
-LHU mniiur ui mo ouovc IS ono Ol tllOSO
hii'h-minded Hold in ra trim linn Inn munli
uijjU miuucu Miuuio m WHO IlUR lOO muOU
military prulo to see tho army oouvorted '
into a lawless mob. If all high military
functionaries had heretofore thus tauulit'
WC Should HOI hear of as many OUtraccS hundred iu.l reoty firr acren of which ire eleared
i ll- . laud,
by soldiers upon citizens as are now occur- j LSO,
ring daily throughout tho country. Tho j Tll0 allliTided "one third part of a eer-
truth is, tho soldiers are IlOt aloilO to tain Int nfcrnund, lituatu in Montour inwnihip Col
., ,. , , i umbia county, adjoiiiB l.iud. of John Itirhardii, a Int of
UIUIIIO. I 110 greatest Offenders aro tllOSO i the widow Lewi., the main Itnad leading from IlanTilo
, j, , .... , , to llloonifhurs.and Ihu flrblilencrilicd trad, eontuiaint
COWaraiy abolition OratOlS and editors I Kourteen and one f.urlh perchee of land, all of winch ii
,!, f, , . , improved.
WHO, tor partisan purposes, have stllliula- i Poized, taken in eiecution and t to eold the pr.p.
ted soldiers to the perpetration of theso "r"f Un"' BMPeJfLS0
crimes, wl.ich,if not .topped will soon pro- A corU,n , ' ( . d
'""! i itiiHiaiiuii iuhi nnu uciior
' I10t uc awakened a retaliation that will
1 be visited upon tho real offenders aro-
! taliotion that may not be bloodless. Let
I llle "al offenders be warned in timol
i Wape said in tho United Stales Sonato
J not long ago that "when he heard a man1
. , , .
m thctn times talk all tho tuno about ibo
n ... ., .
Constitution, ho suspected him of bcinf a
,. . . ... . "
traitor." Daniel Webster onoo said :
.i-pho Constitution of tho United States
ia a writton instrument, a record of fuuda-
, meutal law ; it is the bond, tho only bond
of the Union of the States; it is all that
gIVOS ua national cliaraoter,
Webster was a statesman and a natriot
w i i i . ,. , '
Wa(j0 ,H a Josagocuo and a traitor. Web-
.,.!..,,,.. imt ,,,; :,. .u. ,,.f nf
mankind. Wado is living, but dead to all.
tuiuoui rvspBrt; id ids wurin.
Ijjfljj IKttlS ClUVlltfi
A Meeting ofthn Stooklioldcrs of tho
lllnomitiuoi IrnnL'ompanjr will b hold t tliolr
btOco lit Iron linle.nn Jfe
WcdncBtlav. May 10, lOOTt.
for the election ofoffltct(ind other butlncis. . ..
the election of offlcct nnd oltioi
Dlooniflurr, April 30, KJM.-m
L O S T-
A ccrtificnta for Two Shares in
Capital Stock of. tho Lackawanna Si
Bloomshurg Rail-Road Company; iswd
to me in my name, and numbered, has
boon lost by me,
A liberal reward will be paid to the
K,'" " lu ",B "UU"'K"UU
rl?'no"th AP' 30' 180'1 3w
B, STOHN'ER would respectfully an
nounce to the citizens of Bloomshurg nud
vicinity, lhat ho has just openid an
If I1:WW SlCl K ' . V K9
otrrhl Confectionary Store, 1 door nhovo ho Poet
onlco, In nioninehurir. ivhcro hs wllMcrvi-ii Ice-ereaiu
of the mint choice llavnm, every oveniiiK, during the
hi ii ...,. iiiiinllia. nf Ilm trmaf rnnu.tnnhlil rnlni
kJ- I'arllcnind Families can b nccominndatod vrltb
me nrwno nnti nuri iwugv
(lire him a call.
Iltnoinetiurc;, April .10, 'C.I,
FRESH A llll I VA J.
Spring cmi Summer
cipu,,,,, .,u,t, vcm, siiirt.. urnvat. Vi.ck., Outton
1 ! "'""'ciub.-r Lovmberg't cw K,f,riu.
can anu see. ko ennrk-c inr niaiiuiiK i.immi..
nioomburc April 10, I8C4. (June HJO )
SPRING A-? SUMMER
At A. J. Evans'
LATEST SYLES CAEAl' GOODS
fTMIK under.iirned re-p-'f Ifully inf'rin. hi friondt
.1 and tlii- "iiblic generally, thai he tni juft recited
from Ihe Ktterti ciliee, i lurfi" .fuulnu'lit uf
beinj the lieit ainrtmcnt ertT nfft'rt'il hi tins tiurkr..
AUo n rnuiplfU: annnrtmi'M f tWi- 1'luttiinc. In fart
PTrrythini; in th' 'loitmm Mrm Kit Uiu.i wJm jirtft-r
to leave tliHr m Henri's. R pfrfc'Pt fit jfutrnritvril, itnil
liuihintr but Unj he it workman? hip n II tir mI at hn
tnblishincut. He r.lio bvcm on IiauJ & largu nitil-
BOOTS A. XI) SHOES.
HATH AD C M'P. tojeilier wllh a vnrlely of notion..
ZJ CALL AKI) SEK POU VOL'IWCl.l'.
A. 1. EVAI.'fl.
niooai.ourr, April. 33,ltM.
CHEAP new GOODS
s "ay to,
rl ME undorsi rjncil having entered into
fl cn. partnership in the Mcrramite buiinen nn
derthe rtrm cf
FRITZ & BOWMAN.
vr.iuM repi'ctfully announce, thai we have purfhaied
and Ju.l reccivi-il a ami nrled .n"rl.u.iiil ol
M E R U J A N 1) I ; J
nhiihwe will eoll very cheap for ch. Our aort-iiii-ut
c;ihitd cif cverj Hung usually kepi iu a country
Store uurh m
DRY GOODS k GROCESIES.
DRUGS AN MESJGES,
Hats, Cips, and Clothing, Boots aud
Shoes, ic , &e.,
Flora in theM and well knnn n utinil rf B. Linn
It Co. Hue iu a UALI.. WM. riU TZ,
n. W. I1UWM AN.
Oranjevllle, Ta., April 10 lfauj-3m
T?V Tirtne rrrfrral writi of VVmlUiont Cxpnan.
1J unit l.rvari Parian, tu inn hrocti?il, i8uia nut uf
the (,'nuit of (Joiuinnn I'lcni t,f ('nluinbin rnunty, wiM
bt rxpo ?t'il lo public iak at tlie Court Iiuu9C,in Uluuut
burtf, l'a. ou
Satui day, April 30th, 3.8Q4,
at S o'clock, 1', JU., of mid day the followinj propnty
to wil :
Tho undivided third part of all that cer
tain tract of land, aituntn in Monuiour tn p., l.'oliiinliia
cuuiitr, e.iut.iiniiiB a WIJ IILNDHI.l) ANII CIXTV
t'llUll ACIiKH anil out- hundred and thirty perchee, !
ptrin im asure. h"iinied nnd desctihi'd a. follnwn in 1
nil: Ad uill
Adjuiiiin: land, rf Juhu Itichurde.landa, nf hieri
f I'eter Applnnan. decM, lands of the Ii.-iri nf Calet.
"arton, I'ec'd, lands nl lllooinnburs II. H. lrunl.'ouipaiiy
, cury uic!er, a,,j uther; Hiiereuu aro ended a to
A laree Hank Ilam.nason home.enrn
' i.int .-ireei. hi-oh iownuip, uoiuiniiia eountv. hnimb
, the north by an Alley, on Hie eat hy no Alley, and
raurtu of an Acre, whireon nr erected a large' two
, SttSh&d wS'rv
"'rW-ii. tak.h in exenuion and ta u .old is,
! properly of join, Ward.o.
All thoso two DWELLING HOUSES
dftwo noiie.. ic, being Ihlrly two feet in Front and
'wt'"y -i in 'ect deep, ,uuai ou tho tou lead.
in from lhe C'olumhia Coal and Iron I nmnany'a eoal
td, near to aid coai bej, in tho .aid comity orcniuin-
bia tloiiud, taken iu exieuiloii and to ho .old a tin
property of j v. Crinweii, owner, ami christian
rliiiman, contractor, with nltico to Thoinav Lawion,
Aiei. witci,cy,etai.,terro tenant..
JOSIAH II. FURMAN, Sheriff.
Bloomshurg, April 13, 1801.
I) are thu only Ucllablo Ucmedy fur all Ili.eantanf .
Seminal, Urinary nn l Ncriroui ttyitema. Tryona
'"'' cure4. one hom.aii a iiox. Onoioi
will rcifect a euro, or money refunded. Beat bym.il
oB receipt of pr.eo.
station n, mi
AGREEABLY to tho provisions ofnn
Actof AMcmMr. Entitled n Act dlredng the
inodo oftcillliii! Uimcn'ed I.amln tat taxi, Mil other
I liuflinici, pnnicil inn i.un unj ji niarcu. ioi.i, nun
hu.ih.r .nnnlenionu thereto, imnetl Iho 13th ilay, of
Mirth, ISif. SUlti lr of .Msfth.MMI nnl Whdiycf
ii7.n,,. Tfcmtnrer of iho rcitnlv nn.'ntiiuili n
!,..i, .li.. n.illrnlil nil iiemnll. f r.iicuriiod IhcriMH.
Jt JuUtl t;n Komi, rfcliofi f.iot mid Wall) Tor,
en iluo on tho fnllnwliif tmctn ur unirnmci i.nnui, iiu
aid In I'liluinhln county, aro tmlJ Ucfom Iho day of
nilo. tho uholcur such nnrtnnract ai win pay ino
tajei nnd to'tn eh ngeabltr thrreon, will ho 'I'M al tho
l;0UIU liuusii, in inoouinuuri!. ciKiniy ui
on tho I3tli day nf Juno Jen, heing til" econn numnnyi
anil t hu conllmicil hy ailjouriinicnl, from day to day
for arrcarap'a uf laxi-n due unit" county, and the colt
arciucd ou each tract reupccllrely
WARRANTEES OK OlVSfBRS.
71 V A VVU 'IHVD
Surah A Osffrao
Solom Bow.'i Sr,
Samuel F. Heidley,
S L Peter
Auguatus B Peurtt
Samuel II Smith
Jehu il Suit
ohn Shaffer 33
Samuel J iWler 44
Do Do 35
Do Do 1 0
Ebcncier Branhmn 134 3(1
John Young 30 02
Joshua Beam 40 41
Nathaniel Uronn 37 01)
Peter Hiuchtur 18 80
Robert Jordan 73 1!
Andrew Portjr 60 37
Thomas Rn.too 11 38
Mary niwon 33 72
L'-rrii W'kr fjO 45
William Pone 1 05 00
Johnston Hcutlfj Oi 73
Goorcu B-eklMiit 37 00
Thoiiua lliltzhimrr 02 73
Uoburt Ifilizheiuisi- 210 03
William Shannon 210 35
Amos Wii'kershstn 47 00
Paston Kline itnl Sbstplus 8d 00
Entt Adatm na
lli'tijatnin Allebsoh 30
Samuel Achrnbteh 32
Ahloiii Bjii'bo . UO
Mary Dreshrr fi
Dewitt nnd Boneditj I Ji
W illiam Fritz U
Frc tnl HurToian 1 20
Jaenb Good Cti
William fruirmRR r.'J
Daniel Ki-iffer 50
Genrge Ilarmsn 4'i
Emauuel Lassrv.! 60
Simon Lonry 33
Lli.is Hcrci! st
Chriatianna Mojtr ,ia
Michael Hrobil 3 BO
Joseph Kaup S 03
Jirminh Finrber 1 44
Et'ah Reynolds A Ca. 1 37
Samuel J Healer
Freaa & Huffman
J N Si R 11 June,
Lot Do lio
R J .Millard
W in Patterson's Est
.i JS t'arks
00 James Di-Witt, Est.
04 Andrew Gray
Johnson II. Heeler
Colder Elias & M. Hess
Kile it Noyhard
100 Philip it John Wagner
13 David Leo
Benajah Parker & Co.
30 William Sayers
3200 Mary Mvrrs
70 Jacob Bomhoy
4 John 0. Hettlor
4 3 B.yil k Futai
' 7 80
200 Philip Kulp
120 Isaac Indville
20. Ekial Cole
205 Goss Hut
60. Alex. & Joshua IU
414 Daniel McIIeury, Jr.
47 Abraham Young
4 John Kile
150 Wi'liam Stephens
TREASUoKU'S SALE OF RKAL
E S T A T E U E A T fi D L A N D.
AGREEABLY to tin provisions of
Ihe act of AHseinbty, entiled nn Art M re.tu-,
tb.3 mate debt, kt , pa..-d tin- 3 dh day or Apill, UU,
the 'I'icasiirer of tin County of CnliiuihU h -r.-by Hire.,
uutlee to till peroiii coneeini'd therein, that units,
the County rind, ncliool puor an I Mitu Tux. Sir, due
on the followini! real estnl- allnut? in Un county r.f
Coluuilda, are paid lief.ro tlu dnirf .ale, I'io w nJi
micli p.irti of r.ich a.i will pa) the ili-.rgea anu icit.
chargeable tlii-reoii, wilt bu eold at till-Court flout,
in Idooiindiiii'i!. co., of Ciduuilii.l, on III.' 1 1th day i,t
Junu Irt.l. d. Iii? tho secuiid .Moii.lay. mid tn be eon-tlnio-d
hy niljisiirtiiiieiit from day tn day for orn arai
urtJUM due said county and la co.ta nctru.d on Miii
OWNERS OR REPUTED
Years Dots, Cls.
Cilumbia Col k Iron Ooin-
1 U8 00
T. M. HuMi'e 1 23 14
Join V. V. r.well I 4 40
Maun, Baldy ii Ciime',1 I Ou
BEN 1 ON
John Hrrlmgsr 1 fr&
1' linbeth OTiue '$ Est 1 4 ta
' 15R1AR CREEK.
Mary Shatter I 5 M
Sm I. F Head'ey 1 10 12
lilm'l. F Ueadlcy 1 itf li
t.'EN I HE.
A. DM'tt-nci a Torby
itithant lorbv 1 ''ii.
,'f!U A. Ortmiey
WiMitin Puks JL
1 do li.o inmo t? Mnilier
Jekrw:.li I Est
Mt. PLEA HA H T
110 Jtcob Johnson 1 7 D!i
33 Robert iNunu Kil I 9 79
OKA NO 13
IU Uecj-ge: Kims Et: I 6 23
CO Do Uo 1 l tifi
177 D.) Da I 1 b2
00 J li Morris 1 3S
1 Lot StUcster P Heath I 31
Ti taturer uj i ol. co.
hlooitubtirg, April 7, 1801.
PUBLIC NO'lICE FOil LICENSES.
1 j yj Tll'i: i. hereby siren tint the fidlowinp pericm
! lt in CU'imhii county, h.ive (lied Ihnr petition, i.
ta.- CoJit i f lluutti r ae.iuiif, of thu faid count) r..r
'l .ivetn mid More License in llo-ir re.pective luuiislnji
which raid p. tition. ill In- pri ekliteil lo the aai.l Cnurt
on Slomlay the -Jutuu) if .lay. A. 11. IeG-1. if ulncli
all person, iiiterrslr.l uih take notice, und ihs Licva
in. tor the county nf Columbia, will be sranttd uu Wbu
ni aday. Illi ouy of May ueil, l 'Jo'ilucV, p, ui,
Lorenzo I) Mendsnhall, 9'ore Bloorn
Oliver A Jacoby, Tuvnn "
Wm B Koon",
John J Stiles,
1 Sauuiul MoIIeury,
' Franklin L Shutnan,
Chailes F Mann,
J P Sibbct,
Jacob D Kistlcr,
' Alexander W Lovf,
John L Klino
A. W. Cramer,
i John L Kilne,
W A Kline,
A. H. Roo
Joseph F Long,
1 John Ilartman,
' John L Hurst
, Ludwig Thiol.
I Joshua Woiner,
j Isaao Yettor,
John A Shuman,
I E Conner,
I Thomas Jones,
! Samuel Rimby
" R. Creek
rv a omitn,
Robort S Howoll,
J D Marohbatik,
Daniel L Everhart,
Wlorimiliiiri, April 8. 1061. j
109 JKrolxt. TtUr k Scbmiok
00 0. fl. Cox
i William UroMj
W Jeremiah Eincficr
10 Iioory G. Miller
0 Henry Miller's tldrji
100 0. V. Maim Si Koftt
11 ii Philip Miller
7 Philip Wall
100 J. P. Finchor
000 Goorgo Scott
40 William Ellis Et.
320 Jacob Moscr
8 William Ginnles
10 Samuel Boonu
11 William Beers
40 Jacob Eycr
4 Lnrcnao Grime
10 John B Edgar
10 Jacob D Kline
00 Peter Applcgato
COO Thomas Beudfiuld
100 Aoron Gross
5 Sylvester Heath
SO James Lockcsrd
110 Vallersbanip Est
100 William Derliti
GO Peter B'tughtier
350 George Dowces
1 0 Eckel & Rea