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TAROF THE NOltTII
TFAT H.-JACOBY, EDITOR.
BLD&SSBCEG, WEDNESDAY, SOY. "6lli, 1S61.
John Cessna Esq ,is defeated for A fsem
Wy in the Bedford district by the meagre rna
jority of 1 19- voles.
The, Genesee Farmer is- on our table for
Novembers-filled with choice and instruc
tive matter lor the farmer. "Price 30c per
The injunction! prohibiting the publica
tion of the West Chester Jeffersonxan has
been removed, and that paper will again
. - make its appearance this week.
'DanieF Pechert, editor -of the Hagerstown
'f Md ) Mail, whose arrest was announced
about six weeks ago, has been released by
the Federal Government, and returned to
' ' his home on Saturday evening last.
: In less than a year afierthe overwhelming
success and advent to power of the Repub
licana the Democracy compelled them ro
attempt to hide their'principles under Dem
ocratic names and to abandon the very des
ignation by which their pany was known.
rOKof the fonny consequences of the
"Republicans arrogating to themselves the
name of "Union'' parry exhibits itself in
giving the election returns. To style one of
the parties Union, in contradistinction, 'to
the others, would make it appear that the
'friends of the Union were but a small mi
nority in the "State. This prevented the
Philadelphia Republican paper for everal
; days giving the returns. But a happy
thought at leng'h struck the Ltqiirer it re
baptised the Republican Union pany the
'People's party and under that name it gives
the retorns! This is, however, scarcely less
' awkward, for accepting that - appellation it
.-." would seem that people hud beaten themselves I
- Come, gentlemen, honesty is the best policy
feiv jonrselvea a distinctive name, and,
. successful or not, tick to U ; it will be bet
-Aii-accideni happened on the Caltawissa
Uailroad.a lew 'day since, near Mainville,
this county, by an up train running into a
.truck loaded with rail; one of the rail- on I
IU8 1 1 U V. 9CIU luiuugu 111" uau atuw
the boiler some five or eix feet leaving out
the water and -steam No one mas hurt
save a.young man by the name of Zimmer
saan who got upon the train at Ringtown
for the purpose of,having a pleasure ride to
Caltawissa and back. He was rattier se- 1
terety scald ; he being about the water 1
,1ank at thetime of the accident. He was:
brought to Caltawissa and cared for by Mr. j
B. P. Fortner, through whoe kindness the
young man was kept over night, and the 1
following morning -started for his home at
Ringtown. The engineer made a very nar
row escape, by springing behind some of:
the frame work attached to the engine. I
A Fkdekal Test. The Republican pa
pers are parading he following as a test;
' ''Do yon hold your allegiance to the Fed
eral Government superior to the allegiance
due the State in which yoa reside !"
This is no question at all, and simply
proves that the author doe not understand
our system of government. The Conetitn
Vion designates the powers of the Federal
Government, and of course, to lite extent
of (Hose powers, it is supreme beyond
that, the Siates are sovereign. There can
be no such thing as a superiority of allegi
ance in regard to the government of a State
or the Federal Government, simply be
cause their Constitutional powers do not
clash. A good citizen owes allegiance
alike to the Slate and the Nation.
Ohio There are ninety counties in Ohio,
of which about htrty gave majorities to
Jewett. Todd's majority will be abojt 55,
000, or some 13 000 less than that of Lin
cola over Douglas. In reference o the
.Legislature, ibe Cleveland Plain Dealer
The Ohio Legislature has a large majority
on joint ballot ol Union men that it elect
ed on the Uoion cr Tot Id ticket A large
majority of the House are of the Democrat
ic faith, and a large majority of the Senate
of Republican antecedents.
- This is important as Mr. Wade's success
or i to be chosen next winter. Mr. VV.
cannot probably, secure even a majority of
bis own party who is raid, are looking to Mr.
Secretary Chase and others to succeed h'm
But no one can be elected without the con
currence of the Democrats of the Lower
Gc McClellak has accepted the corn
mand of the army in 'place of. Lieut. Gen
Scott resigned. It is reported by the Tri
bune that Scott is about to visit Europe.
The old General's resignation was accepted
with a good deal of reluctance on the part
of the President and Cabinet. Ha has been
a faithful servant, and retire from service
commanding the esteem and respect of the
entire army. His enccesor in command is
comparatively a young man, bat we are
happy to state has the entire confidence of
the army under bis control. Success to
Soldier's Mitt In the Crimean war.
it is stated, that there was more sufferir g
from frost-bitten fingers than from any or;e
Other cause. . As winter is now coming on.
and soldiers will greatly stand in need of a
covering lo? the hands, it would be a humane
.action to furnish every soldier in the ranks
friih a pair of woolen mittens. They should
be knit wi'.h fingers, so that the wearer can
vse the thumb and fore-fingers. Let our
ladies set to knitting, and every volunteer
teller from one of too flarley 'Gnard.
Camp Ckoshan, near . ) .
Huntingdon Pa., Nov. 8, 1861
Friend IVUt, Health is a great blessing,
and 1 must say that, tur Camp at present if.
highly favored in thre. particular; there has
not been a single case of sickness in Camp
This is owing, in a ureal measure, to the
sanatory regulations of our officers.
Our Camp is being regularly transformed
from a rough, na oral state,' into a city of
white cottages. The streets have all been
named. We have Arcn 'nn the right, then
follows, in regular succession, Walnut,
Chestnut, Cleatfield, Spruce, Broadway
Fitlh Avenue, and 'Susquehanna A relies
of beautiful designs and artisiic firii6h span
the principal entrances of 'all the streets.
The streets are swept every morning regu
larly. We are daily becoming more accun
lomed to camp lite, and the longerwe are
here the better we like it.
Capt Faicxcame in Camp last niiht with
seven new recruit- all in good spirits
Order is now the law of the Lamp, and
this is owing, in a great degree, to the per
severance or Likut- Ent, who has repeated
ly been Officer ol the Day. This is indeed
a merited acknowledgment of the ability ol
Lieut "E , and shows forth at once the light
in which he is 'held by his superior officer
HuTrah lor our gallant- young lieutenant !
A serious accident occurred m our Camp
yesterday: a citizen was shot, seriously
wounding him, by a Sentinel- of the ' Irish
Brigade 1 have not been able to cei the
full particulars, but understand that the man
who was shot, wan the owner of the land
on which they (the Irish Brigade j are en
camped, and wishing to go from one field
to another, he was challenged by the guard
but Tel used ro holt, when the guard drew a
pistol and shot him through the left side.
The ma-rr is lying' in a critical situation at
'Our boys are all anxious to' be armed and
en route for the soil of "secesh " a id I can
assure your reader that if an opportunity
oners not a man wilt flinch from duty but
will seize the "deaih-dealitig firelock, and
with the oath of retributive vengeance upon
their lin lhv trill nlmnl thm Star ir Vitn
upon every hill-top from the Potomac to I
ik. d ; n.Z.t . fin ., t. i.. ..... .. . ti,- I
dos ot warJ will noon be let loo-e by oor
gallant band and woe to th tri ors that fall
in our way. The blood ot Ellsworth, Cam
eron Baker, and the tiosts ol odr bre'hren
that have beer ruthlessly cut down by the
traitor of the South, cry aloud lor redress.
The tires that blazed upon the altar ot litxir
ert in r76, and that iu-pired our forefathers
to deeds ot valor and darinur, still burn u--qaenched
i i the bosoms of their sons. 'Let
cowards preach peace, peace! whilst our
flag is trailing in the dust let them do all
they can to prevent tour youn men from
going forth to redre-s the wrongs of our in
suited Hag. Vet we hope, yea know that
the liat is past, the declaration has gone
forth, and there is no recall Peace men ol
the North must be met as the traitor ot the
South, and receive tiie same treatment,
which they will. They will be branded
cain-like and receive their reward in the
execrations of an insulted and upright peo
Our regiment is fast filling np, and will
soon be in readiness for marchin?. By the
way. how are the Bloomthorg Home Guards
BeiiinK along with their peace ideas reqwctt
in peace? I should like to see a copy ol the
Stah now and then
Yours truly, Toodlis.
Important to RscKCtTt. and Recrutivc
Officers. There are numerous instances,
where men have signed their names on en
listment rolls, and afterwards failed to go
into the service of the several companies
they had pledged themselves to. It ap
pears that these recruits could have been
held according to a recent military decis
ion It has been decided by Genera's
Batter and Schouler, after a very careful
investigation, that a soldier is from the time
ot signing his name to the enlistment roll,
just as truly as though he were "sworn
in and persons who have enlisted and
lelt the service without a proper discharge,
are to be considered deserters, whether
they have been 'sworn in?' or not.
The Republican party fulfilled its mis
sion, and what a mission ! But no matter
for that now, like the' catter piller it col
lapsed and turned into something else.
That something else was a preten-led U.iiun
party, made up of Abolitionists, and men
that have labored for years in brirwmg
about the dissolution of the Union. This
bogue Union party has now catterpillered
also, and by next year it wilt ha.ch ent
into something else. Many people evpect
it next year to come out a Simon pure Abo
lition party believing that its several states
of traneitionare past. tiurthumberljn.i Uem'
Promoted We notice by the several pa
pers of this county, that Charles B Buocc
way, who volunteered in the ''Iron Guards"
at this place last Spring, has been promo
ted te' the Firt Lieutenancy .in Coronel
Leonard's Mass. Thirteenth Artillery Regi
ment, which is lying in Camp Banks near
Williarasport. Maryland. This appoint
ment was made by Governor Cnrtin and it
is a good one and well deserved. Mr. B.
is a promising young man.
Mr. William Bokckss, of ike Green wood
Seminary has received the appointmen of
Superintendent of the Public Schools of
Columbia conntj, in place of Mr Lewis
A pplemr, deceased Mr. B. held this of
fice two terms previous td the election of
Mr Appleman, and. as far as we can learn,
made an excellent Superintendent. Proba
bly a more fit person does not reside in the
co-mty. We have no fears of the cau-e of
education suffering under his guardianship.
Debt to Newspapers Newspaper bub
scrip ions are infallible te&ts of men's hon
esty. They will, sooner or later, discover
the man. If he is dishonest, he wid cheat
the printer some way says he has paid
what be has not declares he has a receipt
somewhere or ient money and it was lost
in the mail or will tske the paper and not
pay lor 'it, on the grounds that he did not
subscribe for it or will move off leaving it
coming to the office he left. Thousands of
professed Christians are dishonest, and the
printer's book will tell fearful tales in the
Fightikq Kan sa l This young State
seems to be like a kilkenny cat, all fight.
She has furnished, complete or nearly full,
nine regiments for the war, besides. tam
ing out thirty day men when emergency re
quired, and every able bodied man in the
sta'.e is said to be onderoin dri'l,aad rsady
From the War "Department.
- The following letter from Lieut. General
Scott was received by the President on
Thursday afternoon last :
Headquarters or tac armt.
Washington, D C, Oct 31. 1861.
The Hon. S. Camfun See'y. of War.
Sir : For more than three years I have
been unable, from a hurt, to mount a horse
of walk more than a few paces at a time,
and thai with much pain. Other and naw
infirmities, dropsy and vertigo, admonish
me that a repose of mind and body, with the
appliances ot surgery and medicine. are n-c
essary lo a Id a litt'e more to a life already
protracted much beyond ibe usual span of
It is, ander sucb' circumstances, made
doubly painful by the unnatural and unjust
rebellion now raging in the Southern Stales
ot our so-late prosperous and happy Union,
that I am compelled to request that my
name be placed on the list ot retired army
officers retired Irorn active iervice
As this request is founded on an absolute
riihi framed ry a recent act of Congre
I am entirel) at liberty to say that it is with
deep regret that I withdraw myself, in iret-e
riiomenioous times, from the orders ot a
Prfident who has treated me with dittin
nuished kindness and courtesy wruiri I
know, upon much personal intercourse to
be patriotic wi hout ectnnial partialities or
prejudices. to he highly conscientious in the
performance of every duty, and ot unrival
ed activity and pere-.erance.
And to you Mr Secretary, whom I iow
officially address for the last time, I be,; to
acknowledge my many otligt ions lor ihe
uniform huh consideration I have recived
at onur hands, and have the honor to re
With high respect, your ob't servsrt.
A special Cab inet council was convened
on Friday morning, at 9 o'clock, to take (he
subject into consideration.
Ii was decided thai Gen. Scott's req iest,
under the circumstances of his adva i-ed
age and infirmities, could not oe declined
Gen. M'.'ClelUn w therejpii. with ihe
unanimous areeme it ot ihe Cabinet n iiifi
ed that the command ol the army wou d be
devolved upon him.
At toiir o clock in the aflern-'on the Cab
inet aaiti waited upon the President and
alien led him to the residence ol Gen. Scott
On teing seated the President real lo the
General the !oliowing order :
On the first day ol November, A D 1H6 1
upon his own application to ih Pre dent
ot the United Slates Brevet Lieutenant Gen
eral Wiufietd Scott, is ordered lo be placed,
and is hereby placed, upon the list of retired
orhoero ot the army ot ihe United S a'es,
without reduction in his current pay, sub
sistence, or allowances "
Ihe American people will hear wi'h sad
ness and def p emotion that Gen Scot has
withdrawn trom ihe urine control .t ih ar
my, wt.iie he President and the u ianimous
Cabinet expres their own and ihf na. ion's
sympathy in his per-ona afiLctioii and their
profound n-e ot the important public ser
v.ces rendered by him to hiscoontrv during
his long and brilliant career, mnoiu which
will ever be gratefully diiitizuihed his
faithtul devotion to the coit-iituticn, the
Union, '.d (he flag when as-ailed by a par
ptreh of General Scott.
"Gen Scotl thereupon arose a d ad lre-ed
the President an ' Cabinet, who hail also
ri!-en as fo lows :
Phesidcmt: This honor overwh-Im me.
It overpays all ervces I hi'e alternate I to
render to my country It I had any claims
before they are ail obliterated by thin ex
presion of a.-proval by (he Pre-i.tent. with
the uranini'us support of his Cabinet. I
know the President and this Cabinet well
I knitw that the country has placed i' in
terest in this trying crisis in sat keeping
Tneir counsel are wise. I'heir la nor are
untiring as they are loyal, and their course
is ihe rint o,m.
President you mnst excuse me; I am un
able 10 stand longer to tfive uttera -cn to he
feeling ot grat'itude which oppre me.
In my reiireme -t I hall o(fr up m . prayer
lo God for this Administration and tor my
country. 1 shall pray tor it wuh confidence
in its success over us enemies, and thai
Eemarki of the President.
The Pre-iifeni then look leave ol General
Scoti. giving him hm band and saying he
hop d soon to writ! him a nvate letter e-pre-sive
oi hi srattito e an J affection. Tiie
Pie-iJ-nt added :
Gknikal: You will natnrally feel solici
tude abom tne uen'leaeri of jour s'aff, who
have rendered yon tod their coii'itry such
faithtul -ervice 1 have taken that Mil ject
in o consideration I un tersta id hat they
to with ton io New York. I shall desire
ihem.a their earliest convenience. alter their
leinrn, to mak- their wi-hes known to me.
I de-ire oo, however to be sa;itied thai
except the iiiiavoi-J.tMe privtroti ol your
counsel and society, which ihev have so j
long erij e I. the provision which wil be j
made for them will be such as to render their !
situation as a-eeab.e hereafter a it has
ECh member of the Administration ten
gavf his hand to the veteran and retired in
Response of Secretary Cameron.
The following is ihe response of the Sec
retary ot war to Ihe letter ol Gen. Scon :
Washington Nov. 1, 1861.
Gekeal: It was my duty to lay betore the
Prt-sident your le ter of ye-terday ack n io
be relieved under tne recent aci ot Con
in separating from you, I cannot re'rain
Irom expresmrm my deep re'ei that your
heal h shattered by lou service and re
peated wounds received in your coa-itry a
delence.sbuuld render it neces-ary tor you
io retire from your high po-u ou at this
momentuoii- period of our history.
Although you are ro to remain in ac ive
service I yt hope that whil- I roniinue in
charge of (he Department over which 1 now
preside, I shall a; limes be p rinu ed to
aail myself ot the benefits ol jocr conn
els and -age experience It hat been my
good fortune to enjoy a persona! acquaint
ance with vou for over thirty years and the
pieman) relaiiotieot tiiai lo time have neen
greatly sirent;theiiedby your cord aland en
lire co-operation ol in all the reai questions
which have occupied the Department a id
couv dsed the country tor 'be last six
I" parting from yon I can only express
the hope that a merciful Providence, hich
has protected you amidst o many trials. will
improve yonr health and continue your tile
long after the people of the country shall
have be-n restored to their former happi
ness and prosp-ri-y
I am, Gen very sincerely your friend and
servant, Simon Cak khok,
Sec'y ot -V'ar.
To Lieat Gen Wr fitild Scott present.
The Ball's Bicff Affair
It is said that Gen. McUeUan has issued
an order to the various regiments under his
command exonerating Gen Stone from the
responsibility in the Ball's Bluff affair, and
attributing the disaster to the ind'scieuo'i of
a subordinate officer whose name is not
Release ok the Gallant Col. Mulligan.
jvirrf)H City. No 1. Passengers from
Lexington har been released by Gen. Price.
He was een at Warreiuburg to-day, on his
way to Lexington lo "bring away a' child he
had left there. ,
This release indicates that the commission
sent' from St Louis some days since to ef
(eel the exchange of Cols j Mulligan and
Peabody and Major Van horn .for'Gen Frost
Col Bowen, and .Mj. Williams,who were
captured at Camp Jackson, has been ' suc
1 DAY OK THANKSGIVING AND f RAISE.
2i the name and by fke authority of the Com
monwentth of Ptnny'vn it. Andhiw G.
Coutin, Governor oj ovl Cvmnwttwealtk.
Whereas, every good gift is from
above and comes down lo us from the Al
mighty, to whom i is meet, right and ihe
bounden duly of every peo .le to render
thanks for His mercies ;' Therefore' I AN
PKKW G OURTIN, Governor ot ihe Com
monwealth ot Pennsylvania, do recommend
to the i-eople of this t ommon wealth, that
they Met apart on THURSDAY 2th OF NO
VEMBER NEXT, as a day cf solemn
Thanksgivinu to God. for hvi,ig prepared
our corti and wa'ered our furaiws, and bles
ed the labors ot the husbandman, and
crowned the year with His goodness, in the
increase ol the ground and the gather.ng it)
ol the fruit theraf, so tha' our tianis are
tilled with plenty: and lor hiving looked
favoraoly on this Common weal:h and
etrengthet:el the tars ot h-r gate and bless
ed the children within her, arid mnde men
lo be ot one mind and preserved peai-e in
hsr borders ; Beseeching Him also on be
hall of these Unned States ifni our beloved
country may hav deliverance from tliep-e
greit and apparent danjers where'vilh he
is compassed, and that He wi l mercifully
still the outrage of perverse, violence, un
ruly and rebellious people, and make them
clean hearts, and renew a right spirit with
in them, and give them grace thai they
may ee ihe error ot ihir ways and bring
forth fruits met tor repenetence, and here
atter in alt golline-s and honesty, obedi
ent y walk in HiLoiy commandments, and
in nubniiSHM to tne josi and mani'est au
thority of th republic, so 'hat we, leading
a quiet aud peaceable iife may continually
offer unto Hun our sacrifice of praise and
Given under mv hand and the greaiseal
of the Suie at Harris:urg, this sixteenth day
ol October, in the year of our Lord, one
thousand eight hondre.l a d aity one, and
ot ihe Common wealth, the eighty-sixth.
A- G CUUIIN.
bt the Governor :
Eu Si. rrR,
Sect el a iy of the Cutamonwealtk.
Thk. Piiiion G ift'e furnishes the particu
lars of a sad accdenl which occurred on
the 12th ult. near the upper steam miit in
that Barough :
Zi a Sickler, from Exeler, Wyoming co.,
ronght some grain to the mill, had it un loaded,
a'.d lefi horsfK and wagon by the
easi door of the mill. and hi hoy about eight
year old in the wazon holding the line,
while he step ed in to get his pay for the
i Train. He had not been in long when one
j of th- mil ers hearing the train coming, call
d his attention to it He sprang to ihe
door, just in time to see ihe ful cci'lision .
The bov was trying to hold the frightened
' hores. when the cars caught the harness
and wagon and moved them a few fet to a
narrow place between 'he mill and ihe track
and there the work of death and destruction
wa consummated The boy was thrown
from tl'e wagon amongst the cars and carri
ed several feet and llton ihe track a ln'e
eis and nian2;ed corpse both his arms
broken his body cut in twain and portion
of h' bo e1 left several feel back s'ohj
the track. One ot the horse was ki led in
stantly and the o her was so much injured
thai it died in a tew hours. The wagon was
, a perte t wreck "
; We received a ncmbrof a mopth'y ssri
cnttnral journal, entit e l the GnrHe er,s
Monthly. ptiMi-he at t'hila le'phta, by rto .
Meehan ; price SI, Oil pr annum It look.
a if it mnf't be a very Ostd'ul work among
our farmer. We hae not had time'io ex
amine it closely
WW JL. Vj IWVM J X
Dunng tre p-i im w hve introdcced
io the no-ice nf if-e mel'cal rr i'hiii of
tlV" i""iii trv itie Pure Ciyinitt l Chlori'le oj
HEMEDY FOR KUEC31ATIS3I !
Aniiiaviig rt-enved Irom many sourc,
both Ir nn physician ol tne iiignesl land
ing and from patient, the most
Flatinna' I etimoninl of :. Itewl TwlOe
in ihe treatment of ihi painful and ob-ii-na'e
disease, we are induce I o present it
to the public, in a form READY FOR IM
MEDIATE USE, which we hop- will com
mnd itself to hoe who are ufferin2 i'h
Ihi affile ing romplainl, and io the medi
cal praeiiiioi er who miv 'e-l dipoed to
iei ihe nnwer of this valimhlt remly.
ELIXIR PROPYLAMINE, in the firm
above spoken of, has recently been 'xfen
sivelv ex ierimntd wi'h hi the
and if. MARKED SUCCESS will ap
pear from 'fie published arcounts in the
medical journals )
OT It is carefnliT pu' np ready for im
mediate use, with fall direction, and cn
be ob'ained from all the drugi"s ai 75
cent" pr bo.ile. and at -holese of
BULIOCK & CRENSHAW,
Druggists a.d Mannfar-nring Chmi
Philadelphia, Jivio 2ff lfi Is
The Ad ver'i-er., having been re ored lo
hehh in a very f -w week by a very sim
ple rerrseCy after having offered several
years with a evere lung affectio", and iha'
dread dieae, Coiumption is aniou to
make known lo his iellow-sutferer- the
nean of cure.
To all who de-ire it, he will send a copy
of the prescription used, (free of cnarge.)
with the directions for prepar:n and uing
Ihe same, which they will fin t t sur cure
for Consumption, Athma, Bronchiiis, &c.
The omy object of ihe advertiser, in end
iug the Prescrip'ton i- 10 ben-fit ihe affl c
led, and a,red information which he con
ceives lobe invaluable, and he hops every
sulTrtrer will try his remedy, as ii wdl cg.
ihem noibmg, and my prove a blessing.
Parlies wisning tbe prsscriplion will
Rev EDWARD WILSON,
Williamsburo, Kms co., N. T
EETIETF OP THE MARKET.
CARCrtJLLt CORRECTED weekly
WHEAT, 1 to
OA I S. SO
FLOUR pr. bbl 6 00
BUTTER, j 14
DR'D APPLES, 1 00
On the 31st ult , by the Rev. W. E. Crebs,
Mr Ahruhim Burkalew, to Miss Dorcas Ann
Keller.aW ot MifHmville, Columbia co.
On 'the 2d inst. , by the same, Mr. 'Henty
Folk to Miss Salintla Figles, also, all ol
MitfJinville, Col. co.
On the 19th ult. in Bloomsburg. by J. R.
Dimm, al his residency, Mr. Samuel Bit-
Tr.NBf.NDEH, tO M IfB EsTER " ZeIGLKR, all of
Ml. Pleasant, Col', co. Pa.
On the 31st ult. al the residence of Mr.
Arthur in Bloomsburg, by J R Dimm. Mr.
Wm P. McBifiDE, to Mi6S H. J. Wellivkr,
all of the above place.
On Sunday the 27th ult , by Wm. Shoman
Esq., Mr. Samuel Hindkrudck, to Miss Su
sannah Fishkh, both of Beaver township,
October 26th, by Elder J. Sutton, Mr. Silas
Bf.sjamin, to Mii-a PficcBK Ann Mahklr, all
ol I5j i(o,i town-lup, Columbia co.
In MontoursVilie Lycoming county, on
Oiotier 27th, in the" 6oth year of his age,
Col. Thomas VV. Llovd, formerly of Wil
liamspor. In South B-nd. St. Joseph county, Irtdi
ana, on the 22d oi October 16, Mrs. Nam
cv Allen, consort ot Hugh Alien formt-rly
nf Montour county, in the 67th year of her
i ourt I'roclniim? ion.
Vl'HEREAS th Hon. Warren J. Wood-
ward, Pie-ideut Judge ol Ihe Court of
Over and Terminer and General Jail Deliv
ery," Court of Q iarter Se-siona of the Peace,
and Court of Common Pleas ami Orphans,
Court in the 26th Judicial District, compos
e f of ihe counties of Columbia, Sullivan and
Wvomi-ig, siil ite Hon. Jacob Evans and
Stephen Baldy, Associate Judge bf Colum
bia County, fiave is-ued their ,recept, bearing
dale one ilinusand eighteen hundred and
sixty one, and lo me directed for holding a
Conn of Oyer and Terminer, and General
Jail Deliver) , Quarter Session ol tfie Peace,
Com Plea and Orphans' Court, in bloom
burg, in tNe county of Columbra. on the first
Monday (beni- the 2nd day) of December,
next, and io roniinue one week.
None is herb given, io the Coroner, the
Justices of the Peace and Con-tables' ol the
said County of Columbia, that they be then
and theie in their proper persons at 10 o'
clock in ihe forenoon ol said day, with their
records, inqni-ition- and other remembran
ces io do iho;-e things which lo their offices
appertain to be done. And those that are
hoiind by recognizes, to prosecute against
ihe prisoners that are or may be in the Jail
of iad county cl Columbia, to be then and
there io proecun then as (shall be just. Ju
ror ar requested to be punctual in their
aiten. lance, agreeably lo itieir notice, dated
at Bloomsburg, the 2d day ol Nov. in the
year of our Lord one ihousar.d eight hundred
ana io)) -one and m i he eighty-sixth vear
of the Independence of the Uni:ed Sia es of
America (Go t -ave the Commonwealth )
JOHN SNYDER, Sheriff,
Bloom'-buri' Nov fi, 1 S6 1
Li-t oi Causi's, for Ilcc- '61.
1 Cyrus Baron vs. Hirni O. Fowler, ei
al feigned i-ii.
2 T. W. Kahler, vs Daniel Nevhard.
S Andrew Creveling, vs Andrew MelicL
Sr , pt al
4 Pinlip Winiersteen, vs Valentine Win
6 Pt:i lip Miner, idmr. vl Isaiah Miu
mao v. Jacob L Stuman.
6 J.sep. Loekard v J Pennington.
7 Ezekiel Shuliz, vs J. Penningtnn.et al.
8. Jacne-Sh'ed-,et al vs Uaiah Shutna.V
9 R i hard B Menagh v John fiiggr.
10 Hugh Thompson, et al vs Aoguius B
Prarce et al.
1 1 Damel F. Seybert vs A. B Pearce et al.
12 Heur Well- v (George Kir.ley.
13 Wiion Ager. vs J.i-epn Patton.
14 Micfiaai h Brown, et al vs Jam J.
Dull, et al.
15 Clinton D. Herring, et al v Daniel F.
16 Michael Fogle, vs Peter Campbell.
17 Tlmma- C. Robison, vs Win Faney.
IH Tnomas C Robison t Wm. Kai Sey
19 I homas C. K bisim, vs Wm Faus-ey.
20 P-ier M Tiaugh. Aron Clayton.
21 Samuel Whiiaker. v Margaret Smith.
t2 Nathan Taylor, et al v- James Cake.
23 Frederick Dndy, vs L-'onaril Adam.
24 Ciiarks Tomliuson, v Franklin iw -ar-.
"VOTICE is hereby giving to all legatees,
credi'or and other percons interested
in ihe estates of the respective decedents
anTt minors', that the following administra
tion and guardian accounts have been filed
in 'f.e office of the Regicier of Colombia
comity, arid will be preremed for confirma
tion and allowance to the OrpUairs Court,
io be field al Bloomsburg, in Ihe connty
aforesaid, on Wdndy the 4di da of De
cember next, at 2 o'clock, in the afternoon.
1. The firHi account of Jo..n Wenner,
A-lrn'mstra'or nf the e-fate of Solomon
Har man, laie of Fishingcieek townehtp,
2. The account of John K--ifr, Guaidian
ol the e-t e cf Margaret Parr a minor
ci lid of Jacob Parr, lale ol Maine town
sn ty decea-ed .
3 The fir-1 and final account of John
D ak and Hiram Walp Administrators of
the es'ai f At thony U alp late of Briar
crek township, t'cca-ed.
4. The second account of William H.
Ur.odin, ne of ihe Executor ot Jared H.
'Youi'g lale ol the Borough of Berwick de
ceased. 5. The account of Philip Bnyer and
Abraham Cooper Executor, of the la.-l
will and le-ian.eni of Peter Shaffer, late of
IVrrv township deceased.
6. The aocount of Keuben Fahringer,
Admioi-tra'.or ol the estate of Daniel Houck
lat- of Roaiiugereek twp., deceased.
7. Tiie account of David Shaffer, Guar
dian of David Kocher one ol the heirs of
David Kocher, la'e of Briarcreek township
8. The first an ' final account of States
B M Yantz, Admin:sirator, ol the estate of
Abraham btewari Ule of Maine twp , dec'H.
9. The account of Alvina Fowler, Ad
munstra:rix of the etale ot Josiah Fowler,
late ol Briaa reek township decea-ed-
10. Tne first account of Crus B. Reese
Admi pis.rator, of Ver.iah Reese, late of
Hemlock township, decased.
41 The accounl of John Sharpies", Ex
ecutor of the last will and testament ol
Eiizaoetn Milliard late ot Bloom township
12. The account of Samuel Appleman and
Jonn Lmon Administrator, of Samuel
Lemon late ot Benton township dee'd.
Register's OrncE, I RegiMt.
Are pore vegetable extracts. They cure
all biliou- disorders of ihe human system
They regulate ahd'invigorate the liver and
kidneys; ib'ey give tone to ihe d gesiive
organs ; they regulate the secretions, ex
cretiotis and exhalations, eqnafize ihe cir
culation, and purify the blood. Thus, all
bilious complaints some of which are.
Torpid Liver, Sick Headache, Dyspepsia,
Piles, Chills and Fevers, Costivenets or
Looseness- are entirely controlled ' and
cured by these remedies.
Removes the morbid and bilious deposits
from the stomach and bowels, regulates the
liver ai,f kidneys, removing every obttruc
tion, restores a natural and healthy action
in the vital organs It is 8 superior
Much better than Pills, and much aasier to
DARLING'S LIFE BITTERS
I a superior tor, in and diurtic ; excellent in
cases of loss of appetite, flatulency, female
weakness, irregilaiilies, pain in ihe Vide
and bowels, blind, protruding and bleeding
pile'", and general debility.
READ THE FOLLOWING TESTIMONY :
Ja. L. Crumley, merchant, 184 Fulton
street, New York, wrie, August 18, 1860:
"I fiave been afflicted wiih piles, accom
panied with bleeding, the la si three years ;
LIVE It ItEGUIaArOR
And now consider myself ennreJv cured."
Hon. Jonn A. Cross write, -'Brooklyn,
March 15, 1860. In the spring of 1859 I
look a severe cold, which induced a violent
lever I took two dose ol
DA LING'S LIVER REGULATOR.
It broke up my cold and lver at once.
Pievions to this a tack, 1 had been troubled
with dyspepsia several months;'! have felt
iiO'lnng ot it since."
Oil Smdley, E-q.. 128' East 28ih Sret,
N.Y., writes ''Augusi 3. 18601 had
a difficulty with Kidney Complaint ihree
years, with constant pain in the small cf my
back. I had u-ed most all kinds of medicine-,
but found, no permanent relief until I
DARLINGS LIVER REGULATOR,
and laif'e lEitlt-r.
I pa-seil clo led blood by ihe uret ra.
I am now entirely cured, and take p'easuie
in recommending these remedies "
Mrs. C.Tebow, 11 Cn-topher Street, N.
Y., w ride : "Feb. 20 i860. 1 have been
-ubject to attacks ol Asthma the last twenty
yearo. I nave never found anything eq:ial
DARLING'S LIVER REGULATOR,
in affording immediate relief, ft is a thor
ough Liver and biliou remedy."
Mrs Young, of Brookljn, writes. ''Feb.
28, I860 In May last I had a evere at
tack 8th Piles, which confined me lo ihe
bouse. I look one bonle ol
Darling's Life IliKer,
and was entirely cured. I have had no
D Westervelt, Esq., of South 5ih, near
8th Street, Williamsburg, L I., write-
' Aug"-: 5, l&hO Having been troubled
with difficulty in the Liver, and subject lo
bilious atiacEs, I Was advised by a irittud
DARLING'S LIVER REGULATOR.
I did so. and found it to ojiera'e d m i'ably ,
removing the. bs!e and arousing ihe liver io
activity. 1 have also n-ed i- a a
When our children are oni of soris, we
give them a lew drops and it set them all
right. I find i: meets ihe general warn of
the stomach and bowels when di-ordired r
Keadr, if joa need eidier or buth of
iha inoH excellent Remedies, inquire fur
hm at the stores; if you do not find them
take no other, bu t inclose One Dollar in a
letter, and on receipt ol ihe money, the
Remedy or Re-nedies will be sent accord
ing to your direction, by mail or express,
poet paid. Ail Tes,
DAX'L S. DARLIXG,
102 Na-au M.. New York.
Put up in 50 cent and SI Bot.les each.
iNOVen.ber 6, I86lr-6'ii.
FOR DECEM Kfc.R IERM, 1861.
Bioom Philip Eer S Auston Ri tier.
Beaver William S hell.
Cadawissa Jacob (Jen-el.
Cenne George Freas, Wm. Hoffman.
Frar.klin Jesse Cieaver, Clinion Mrjn
denhall. Ft-hingrreek Henry Birtenbertder.
Greenwood William Mather.
Ilemlnrk John McKe) nolJs.
Jackson Iram Derr.
Locust William Yeaaer.
Madison Samuel Brugler.
Maine John Grover.
M tflin Joho Heider, Jacob Hattzel.
Orange Phenia Brewer.
Pine William Ka-hner.
Scott John Kressler, Dan'l L. Eerhart,
Shogarloal Sarn'l Kitchen, John Lewis
FOR DECEMBER TERM, 1861.
Bloom Jo-hua Feiterman.
Beaver Daniel G. Gearharl, Franklin L.
Bor Berwick John McAnall, David
Briarcreek Jacob Bower,Francis Evans.
Benion Eba McHenry.
CaMawis-a William Juhn, Wm. Creasy.
Centre Saw uei Creveling.
Fishingcreek John Bor'on. John Hes,
J tin Andrews, George M Howell, John
Franklin Daniel Zrr.
Greenwood Isaac D. Patton, John F.
Locust Lewis Lee, William Thomas,
Madison Silas Barber, Jacob Manning,
Montour John Dieterick, Washington
Miffl.n Thomas Hick.
Mt. Plea-ant Joseuh R. Vanderslice.
Orange David Aehenbacb.
Pine Thomas Harlin, Jacob Chrstian,
Roaringcreek Daniel Levan.
Scott George Mack.
Sugarloaf Jacob H. Frit2.
NEW MILLINERY GOODS.
THE undersigned would moM respect
fully announce to the citizens of Blooms
bnig aud vicinity, lhat she has josi receiv
ed Irom Ihe eastern cine her fall and
WINTER MILLINERY GOODS,
all of which she is prepared to make
op and sell at a very reasonable)' low
figure. Her assorimen: of goods are
a little superior in point of durability as well
Usefulness, io any offered by her in ihi
section heretofore. She returns thanks for
the liberal patronage she has received, and
respectfully solicits a continuance ,of Ihe
same. MARY BAKKLEY.
Koomsbor, Oct. 9r 1881.
CITATION TO TIIE RLIRS
(; OF JOSEPH PAXVON, DECEASED.
COLUMBIA COUNTY SS:
'7h 0fT""''Wealih of Penu".
'lAV' " ,"',H ' C"f'"'ne Paxion,
ldo I loV" P-x'o... John
''a Ss,r'''-" "d Corge Hnhes,
Admini-.raior, Bright K Paxton
nf l.ycnmive coumv, Peno-y Uan'M, Charles
R.' Paxmn, Benjamin F. Paxton and Llo)d
Paxton, ol Columbia county. Pa, Joeph
R Paxton of Philadelphia, Mary interrnar
ried with George Scoti, of Columbia county
children of the said Joseph Paxton cVc'd.
Cnarles Vasims, Joseph P. Vastn e Sarah
Va-line, antf Hannah Va-tine of Missouri,
Mary in'ermamed with W. Scotl, of North.
co,Pa.,Marv Ball and Sarah Ball.boih of the
city o.' Philadelphia, and bo'h of whom are
minors and have for their G iardian Rich
ard SW. Dodsoii, Grand children of the
You and each ol you are hereby cited and
commanded ip be and appear in your prop
er persons, before the judges of the Or
phans Court of said county, lo be holden at
Bloonihburg. in, and for said county ihe first
Monday of December next, then and there
to answer ihe peti ion bf J. Frederick Pfah
ler, tetiing forth, that the'said Joseph Pax
ion in his lifetime lo wit: on ih first day
of April, A D one thousand eij.L hundred
and eixty one, wa seized in lee of and in
tha following real estate situate in the said
town ol Caltawissa to wit: all those thrne
towr. lots Ijing ioniiguouv to each other
and marked, and numbered in th- general
plan of said town, fony nine (49) fifTy (50)
and fifty de (5l) comprisina 0M sqtl!,w
in Ihe plan of said towii, being two hundred
and ten feel in length and two hundred and
len feel in breadth bounded on the west
by third Street, on the sooth, by south St,
on the east by alley, andbn the north by an
alley whereon are erected a tan yard, a
frajne house, stable and other out build
ings, thai being no seized, the aid Joseph
Paxion, did on or belore the 'first day of
April aforesaid, by a parol bargain or con
tract agree to and with voor pe itioner to
sell and convey ifie said real Estate wiih
the appurtenances unto your peti'ioner in
lee simple, and al-o the water right of the
water, ii, ihe Spring run for the Use of the
said Ian yard, the same as enjoyed by the
said Joseph Pa'xion ixi.ter I,.. ,t..l f.
JacoD Me'tz and Wile, dated 23d of April
l;22, for ihe considera ion of iw,i thousand
outlay six hundred of which was paid to
ihe Ihe said Jo-eph 'Paxton, on ihe twenti
eth day of May la-t, and ihe balance I to
be pan! in two year Irom sid dale with
iniere-t. That your petitioner i ready and
willing to pay ir(e balatice of the saia con
sideration mimey but thai no sutS -ient pro-vi-ion
lor ihe per'orrnance "of Ihe said bar
gainor ci.niract appears io have feen made
by th e said deceased in h': lifetime thougt;
he was well sain-hed and u.iendoj that
the same should be coiiximma'ed, that ihe
said Court will be pleased to d. tree the
specific performance of 'he contract ac
cording to- the true 'intent and meaning
thereof m order io ihe completing of his
title according to the act of Assembly hi
ouch cae made arid provided.
W lines the Honorable Warran I Wood
ward E-q., "President of our said Court at
Bloom-burg, tl'.e foiirteeiiia day of Septem
ber A 'D. one thousand eight hundred and
sixty one. Jacob Eyerlv, Clk..0 C.
JOHN N YDER, Sherif.
Bloomsburg O.-'oher 16, 1"61.
CITATION TO rilEIIEIKS
OF PETER 11AUTZEL, deed. IS PROOF
if conduct with henry Hirlztl
'he Con.inoiiweaitn of Penn
Sji!Cff'&. "Vl'tr.ia io Henry Hartzel, He
'j3irt ecCH Har zel. Ether in er aar
Vy ried witn Isaac Noyer, Petr
''ufr' HaitZ"l, Jacob Hirtzei, Willi.m
Hartzel, Sarah ii terrnarried with Jon. Fi-n-er,
and Eh'zteth Harzel. ch Idren aud
heir of Pe er 'Har zel defeated.
You and each of you are hereby command
ed and cited to be arid appear in your prop
er persons before the Judge of -he Orphan's
Court cf eaid County, to be hoU'en at
J3:onmburg in and for said county, the 1-t
Monday cd Decemi-er next, ttie i an f ther
io answer the pet'iiion of Johu Keitf-r Ex
ecutor of the last will and lesiamei.i of
Peter Har zed ilec'.l . se'ling f rli : tat
the said IVter iiart.eil in hi Ireuine to
.Ml : i n il.e tenth day of Aprd, A D., Oiie
ifiou-and eight hundred arid fihv two, -vaa
seized tn i? of ni in the following fea
en bed rl.i-. t.it lO'i an. I -rael of l'id in nrif
! All that cer'am piaii'aiiori and tract of Ui.d
situate io Main town-hto afore-ailf adjoin
ing land of Jo-epfi Harie, Jacob Sliuar,
Solomon Sliumaii. Manilla Jawiisou. Stata
John, and others containiiig Xinly seven
Acres and mne perches more or le-s, that
being so seized ihe said Pe er Harz-di, did
by a bargain or contract in wiiung binding
himself to sell and convey the -ail rual
e-iate with ihe appurtenance unto hi- -ori
Henry H-rtzell lor the consiileraiion of
Nine een ln:ndred dollars, ihirieen hundred
dollars ol the same to be paid in annual in
s alnients of one hundred and six'y four
dollars. The firt payment io wit: the im
of one hundred and sixty foor dollar to
be made irrmie year afierthe death of the
said Peter Hanzell, aud the said contract
which bears date on Ihe said ten'h day of
April, A D. 1852. further provided that Ihe
purchaser Henry Hanzell should receive
his deed for said Reai Eiate al.er the ma
ing ol the firl p mem, wiich sai l pav
n.enl has teen maile to your petitioner, btx.
hundred dollars of said purchase money by
ihe terms of said Contract tvas to remain irt
the premi-es during the life time nf the
wife of Peter Hanzell. the interen on the
same io be paid r her annually and the
principal in ihree equal aruuai "'stalmenis
afier tier death, but that no stifficiorit pro
vision lor ihe performance of the ai bar
gain or contract appear 'o have been ma la
by ihe said decea-ed in his lifetime though
he wa- well sati.-fied, and irtended thai the
same -hould be conum motd. And tnat
the siid Court will be pleased to decree the
specific, performance of :he vaid co -tract
according to the irue intent and meaning
thereof in order to the completing of ii
title according io the act ot Assembly in
such case made and provided.
Witness ihe Honorable Warren J WooJ
waru E-q., President of our said Cour at
Bloom-burg .he Seeeidh day nf September
A. D., one thousand E'ght bnnd'e t and -ixty
one: Jacob Eerly. Ci'k.. O C.
JOHN SNYDER, Sheaf.
B!oomburg, October 9. 161.
$25: EMPLOYMENT ! $751
We will pay from 525 10 S75 per month,
and all expenses, to active Agent, or give
a commission. Particulars sent free. Ad
dress Ehic Sewing Machine Co pant, R
JAMES, Gei-eral Age.m, Milan, Oaio.
Bloomsburg, Aug. 21, 1861.
Come and St'ttle.
THOSE knowing themselves indebted to
the umjer-igned are Hereby notified to
come ar.-d setlle their accounts without
further notice. 1 am now in earnest. If
hot attended 16 sooh their accounts will be
placed in proper bands lor collection.
J. E. SANDS.
September 25, U61.
w2 EVEKAL desirable Budding Lota
Bloom-burg, lot sale.
Tugs 20, l66Vrtf.