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FOR-PR E8 1 DENT IS 1864,
GEORGE B. M'CLELLAN,
"Subject to the 'Decision of the Democratic
We notice among the number of those
-country papers which have raised their
Description, the DanviUt .Intelligencer , and
Lycoming Gazelle. They have raised their
advanced price cf subscription from SI 50
. firt .Thi nrhat IhaPnlrmhii Pniin
tj papers will all be compelled to do in a
eiy short time if things continue so high
"We intend raising our subscription af er the
-27ih inst,, to S2.00 In advance, and 52 50 if
pot paid inside of six months. . This we
are compelled to do, as nearly -every ani--c!e
ueJ irs connection with our business,
a well as living, is one hundred per cent
higher ihan it could be bought for two years
ago. All who wish to avail themselves o
the old .price. Si 75 in advance, would do
well to attend to the renewing of their sub
scriptions between this and the 27th c!
April, 1864, as aftet that date no subscrip
tion to the Star will be taken for less th m
tica dollars in advance t
r Aboutiojusts, in considerable numbers,
are preparing to move South, to follow up
and settle in the track of Lincoln's army,
in hopes that they xnay make fast seizure
of lha fruitful lands of the South. Thus do
conquest and avarice go hand in baud. On
they -march, destroying, pillaging and kill
in c, leaving it impossible to decide which
they love most, gold or blood. When the
tide of their fortune tarns, as tarn it will, if
ihey prove is vile in adversity as they are
pitiless and cruel in prosperity, they will
Jeve an -intolerable slink down the track of
time, which nothing this side of the barba
rism of Africa itself will be'able to match.
Will Abraham Lincoln, or any ether
magnate of the new-despotism, attempt to
how w herein the principle cf government
which they are endeavoring to force upon
the country differs from the Austrian, Rus
sian, cr Turkish principle of government?
frame and forms may differ, but the printi
f!i m the same. Russia is mnriering men
nd women, and plundering and destroying
private propertj in roiand, because mat
gallant people want to govern themselves
The Abolitionists, "War Democrats," and
all live :r aiders and abe'tors in the North,
fcVe doing precisely the same thing to the
inn!a n( thm SnmH Wa am wn van met
Uian the Russians, because they have nev
er pretended to allow the principle of lib
erty. But we, while professing literty, are
practicing a relentless acd bloody despot
ism which almost makes the griping tyran
y of Turkey respectable by contrast.
Wi have been confidentially informed
that certain of our enemies are secretly
giving currency to an iufamocs slander, the
o; jeci of which is to injure ns. We are
cot to be black mailed nor intimidated, and
we here give notice that it wilt be at the
pril of responsible parties retailing it.
' Da. John, of the RepuBican, has, in the
above squib, tried his hand at bluff. Wha',
his character to be injured ! Ha not to be
: black -mailed r.or intimidated i" The "in
famous slander" which he speaks of is re
ceiving a large circulation, at the peril o!
responsible parties' Hadn't Thomas better
extinguish the flames ere they ppread too
far ? The Union Leagoer ! trying to p!acn
. hime!f on the same platform with that
Massachusetts Chaplain cor reader. not
long since read cf, who telonged to the
Mice "irfamons" organization, the duties c f
which in part, they claim, are to tike care
of the soldi r' wivea and all defenseless
weak -taindeJ women ! Oa I Port Roja!
"Mulatto Manufactory," shame ! .
r Statc Militia. It will be a subject of
congratulation auosg the loyal men of - our
town and county who marched in Sept,
1862. in defence of our State to repel the
advance ol Gen. Lee and his. hordes that
arrangements have been made by which
the militia will be paid for their services
The delay has been occaaioned by the want
of proper vouchers.
A Rsitsucas exchange says "tba Com
tni'.tes on the Conduct ol the War is doing
good work. Its results tire for the infor
mation and counsel cf the executive, and
the War Department, and not for publica
tion." 01 course. not- lor publication, for
that would disclose an amount of corruption
imbecility, and, indead, of - downright' ras
cality, which would make Satan himself
blush. : '
. Hon. Ceum-es R. Bscxiitw LT. ?. S , has
car thanks lor a package of Tuscarora Corn;
al-o for a copy of Hon. L. W. Powell's able
ad-lresa, deUvered in the Senate on the Bill
to prevent officer of 'he army and navy,
and other peronfc engaged in the militarj
e,nd nval service of the United va'es, from
interfering in ' eiectioaj in tbq States. Mr.
ro6tl U Senior'.' ronr Kentucky. Its ex
irnrae length pwents n from pablishin:; it
Tat first toairaissioa to a colored oiTicar
fcai just fceeo issued to Second-Lieutenaat
Esall, of Western New York, who took the
place of Fred. Douglaa' oa, disabled, ;n a
, VJU-: - - - ; i nr. vi 2-. - Z. ' '.
A Ript'BL'icAM member of Congress :ac
ccsea our , puny of being enemies of our own (
section. We are proud to say thai we are anr
enemy of all and every sectionalism, becansef
we are a frirnd to our coumry, to our whole
country. We are a friend to liberty. We
ire a believer in the Dectara ion of Inde
pendence, and. in the Constitution of the
Uhed States. '-We mean, while we live.
to fight those most who most oppose the
principles ot that -Declaration and Constitu
tion. 'Where liberty dwells the white
man's liberty there shall be 'our sympa
thies and our prayers. The world has nev
er ceased to, praise Thomas a-Becket, and
never will. . Thomas a Becket was a Nor-
man, but when his people cruelly conquered
England, and pillaged as they went, lie as
sisted the conquered. By this he showed
his justice, his humanity, and his greatness".
His soul abhorred tyranny and plundering,
and he abhorred it none the less because it
was carried on by his own Norman people.
We meau faithfully, to the latl, to stand by
the principles of liberty and self govern
mem which our fathers established here
and we know how to despise and defy the
taunts and threats of those who have proved
traitors to those principles. The present
hour is a storm ; bat it will subside. The
calm of peace will come. Then those who
have held their heeds -above the senseless
waves, shall have their reward
Bishop Hopkins' Rook on Slatkrt.
Through the kindness, ol Col. John G.
Fkeeze we have been made the recipient
of a handsomely bound copy of Binhop
Hopkins' book on Slavery, entit'ed "A Scrip
tural, Ecclesiastical, and Historical View of
Slavery, from the days of the Patriarch
Abraham, to the Nineteenth century, ad
dressed to the Rjgut Rev. Alojtzo Potter.
D. D. , Bifhop of the Protetant Episcopal
Church, in the Diocese of Pennsylvania,
by John Henry Hopkins, D. D., L. L. D.,
Bishop of toe Diocese of Vermont." The
book contains 376 page, cloely printed
matter, with clear and bold faced type. For
sale by all booksellers, price SI.50. This
B.ble View of Slavery should be in the
hands of every reader, as it handles the
subject in a clear, convincing and masterly
manner. It ts the only work on the subject
published containing so much valuable in
formation. and such liberal and comprehen
sive views. - All persona desirous of read
ing this able production, will be furnished
with the book, at retailer's prices, by Col.
John G. Fseezz, at the Register's office.
Market Prices. The exorbitant prices
demanded for every day articles cf con
sumption places many of the necessaries of
life almost beyond the reach of the laboring
classes. The like has never been seen in
Philadelphia. On Saturday bolter was 5
cents a pound, and common tnb butter,
from New York, such as Philadelphia
families never before osd upon their
tables, retailed at half a dollar a poond.
Its ordinary Talue is 16 centn. Beef was
from 20 to 25 cents per pound, mutton 16
to IS, and veal from 15 te 17 cents. Cab
bages bring 18 to 25 cents each. River fih
brought IG to 20 cents a pound. Shad 1.
to SI. 25 each. Groceries laok an equal ad
vance. Sugar during the week advanced
Ino cents a pound, and coffee reached 5
at retail, for Laguyra, which is sold, by the
way, for Java. Of Java coffee there is not
an ounce in the market. With shilling
calico at the same figcr, and alraot every
thing else in proportion, a small income is
now severity taxed, to effect a union of
opposite ends. Where are we drifting to ?
Sad Accident. While several workmen
were engaged in one of the mines in Sha
mokia, this county, the breast of tba same
gave away. All the miners, with the ex
ception of A. J. Kr'tfger made their ecape.
The latter, however being too far back, re
mained in the mine. Immediate staps
were taken to clear out the passage, and
rescue, if possible, ite unfortunate man.
On Monday last, ha was found, thocgh
dead in a standing position, his arms c.'ap
ed around a pole and broken, and his b.3ad
swollen. Sunbuty Democrat.
Medical Son sty. The Medical Society
of Montour county held a reijnlar meeting
at B'oomsburg.oa Tuesday, March 2 V, 18P1,
at which important basinefs was transacted.
Associations cf this character are calculated
ti disseminate correct scientific principles,
elevate the man to that position which God
and nature designed. We bid God speed
to this and all othtr associations, whose
aim is the amelioration of the ills of life and
the happiness of our fellow citizens. Dan
v'ule American If Democrat.
Wg deeply sympathise with. Mrs. and
Judge Elwell, in their late heavy bereave
ment, being the lo of a Tery dear and in
terest g little daughter. She died on laat
Tuesday, of Croup, aged about five years.
This is the second bereavement that has
fallen to the lot of ha family the death of
a Sn and Daughter eince ihey located in
Iadiaka had raised on 21st of January,
an aggregate of 7,330 mora men than rer
quired, aod in every district there is an ex
cess of from 00 to 800 ram. The veteran
credits and enlistments since that time have
raised her surplus to about25 000 or enongh
to discharge her quota under a new call for
400,000. She wi 1 thus escape a draft uo
der a new call for 200 000. . ..
; We understand that a prominent leagner,
a conservator of the public morals, a most
patriotic gentleman and one who has do
conscientious scruples against anything but
fighting, or at least not against breaking
the seventh commandment, was relieved of
one handred dollars a few days ago. We
suppose be went home if not a wiser and
bet'er man, at least a poorer one.- Demo
Dkath or Captain Bradt. The venerable
Capt, Wm. P. Brady, lor several years past
librarian of 'he Snaj-, died in Harm burg
on TuesJay aiaraiD, after a brief tad pain
f ai ill&ess.
" The Sonlb Caonot be Conquered. .'
9 The Richmond Examiner, in speaking ot
the delusion which prevails at the North,
that we are already on the eve of subjuga
tion, very jcstly remarks,' that in a popula
tion of five millions there are one in five
capable of rn eking resistance capable of
exerting effective effort, in some form, in
opposing an aggressive power. If true to
herself, the South is capable, standing on
her own soil and"requiring her enemy to
come, by long marches, against her, of suc
cessfully resisting atmiHion of men. Of
the one infiTe of her papulation that is
to say, of the one million of men, who can
fight eff the foe, either at borne or in the
field, one half,-or five hundred thousand,
are fit for organized military service, and
can be spared for public duty - leaving a
half million of males and all the females
at borne to conduct the business of agricul
ture and the . arts. Of the five hundred
thousand thus spared to the public, at leaBt
four fifths may belong to the army in the
Can a people, thus possessing an army of
at least fonr hundred thousand brave men
to meet the ad vances Of invasion, with a
reserve of tlx hundred thousand behind
them, at home, ready to assist in the last
resort all well armed car. such a people I
be conquered by any foreign power unless
they choose to be ?
The foreign po-aer labors at the disadvan
tage of proceeding a long distance from
homo, and is nnder the necessity of guard
ing long linis of march and transportation
The necessity of fighting is not brought
home in its caee, as in the case of the di
vided people, to each man's door , and the
further disadvantage ii put upon it of con
ducting the war virtually with volunteer
troops. In fact, for every roan it succeeds
in bringing into the immediate field of bat
tle, it must ha've at least two others, either
guarding the lines of transit, garrisoning
the territory already overrun, and engaged
in recruiting, organizing and drilling at
The North boasts twenty millions of peo
ple. One in twenty of this number, or one
million is mora than it has yet succeeded
in placing upon its muster roils. Of this
one million, not more than ona-thirdor
three hundred and fifty thousand have bean
brought into actual service on the field ; the
residue having been employed in the aux
iliary duties incident tc. military organiza
tion and invasion. If the South is to be
subdued, it must be by this three hundred
and fifty thousand men. It is plain that,
with a capaci'y to bring four hundred- per
fect and able eoldiers into the field, re-in-forced
at home by a reserve of tlx hundred
thousand males, young and old, capable of
shooting a gun, saying nothing of females
who might lend a hand in slaying a Yankee
on occasion ; it is plain that the South is
not conquered, and cannot be conquered,
unless she so elects.
The foregoing arithmetical data do not
Uke the negroes into account. The great
mass of these are etiil engaged in cultivat
ing tfra soil, and still loyal to tbsir masters
and the Southern cause. Besides their la
bor in Bgricn'tura and some of the mechan
ical arts, ihey have rendered good service
in the construction of earthworks, and re
lieve'a great many whiten in the heaviest
work of oor railroads, ll is computed that
at least fifty thousand of them could be so
eraployod in 'the army as to relieve that
many white soldiers and conscript, thus
adding that number of muke?s to the effec
tive service. At all events, the advantage
wa derive from the slaves ia, atill, far great
er than tho counter advantage which the
Yankees have derived from tha unprofita
ble enterprise of converting them iuto sol.
diera. Sclma Ala ) Reporter.
Several Ohio gentlemen paid a visit to
the Hon. C. L. Yailandigham last week and
presented him with a pnrao of S2000.
What arc we to Eat? I; will ba a
question for pablic consideration, if prices
continue at present rate?, hew are poor
people 10 live ? The common necessaries
of all kinds will soon bo luxuries beyond
the reach of persons of limited means.
am admiring euitor cans ma Ate "a
whole team, a hore to let." If you will
give fair credit for the e-iis, we will admit
that his administration is a whole team and
several jackasses to let.
Col. E. W. Bairo, a Member of the Thfla
delphia Bar and brother-in-law of lha Hon.
William Elwell, died last week ic that
City. Ha was formerly of Bradford county,
and his remains were taken to To wand a
for interment. Col. B. was about 45 years
A Republican paper, in laughing at the
successful! frauds practiced by the Repub
licans at the elections, says, if Democrats
are caught napping, they ought not to com
plain. io, sir, ana wnea at last tney are
caught "napping" at you; necks it will be
loo late for yoa to complain.
Rhode Island State Ticket. The Demo
cratic State Central Committee have an
nounced the following State Ticket : For
Governor, George H. Browne ; for Lieut
Governor, Henry Butler of Warwick; for
Attorney General, Walter S. Buries, and
lor Treasurer, Henry H. Cook.
A Republican paper in Vermont says lha
late election in New Hampshire, ' is the
first gun' cf the Presidential campaign.
It is well called a gun, for a Democratic
msjority of 2000 was overcome by the Rep
The Democrats in the Western States are
determined hereafter, it is said, to go to
elections armed. This was the custom
among the Ancier.i Frank. AH the free
men went armed to the place ol public
meeting, which occurred annually in the
month of March. Bar gradually the free
men yielded this right, and then at last the
Democratic principles which had long ex
isced amooj ibeia were deitrojed.
LATE WAR NEWS.
a i t .
From the Confederate force under Forrsat
occupying western Kentucky, we have' the
impottant intelligence that a congratulatory
or.de r has been issued by one of his brigade
commanders informing the men that it was
General Forrest's intention to permanently
hold that section, it is also reported that
raids are contemplated in o southern Indi
ana and Illinois, and middle Kentucky. Re
inforcements are being harried forward to
joiu Forrest. There is scarcely any organ
ized Federal force in that quarter.
There is nothing doing on the Rapidan.
It i the general impression that General
Lea has been largely reinforced ; that he
has decided upon ari active campaign , and
that he is in possession of all Grant's plans.
The correspondents now say he has ninety
thousand men. Q Three weeks ago they
would not allow him twenty-five thousand.
The guerrillas are in great numbers near
Fairfax Court House in the Federal rear,
though they have not jet committed any
The Federal fleet in front of Mobile is re
ported by Southern newspapers to consis
of eighteen vessel?.
There are one hundred army hospitals in
the North ; and about thirty-seven thousand
patients. There is a capacity of eighty
General Hatch has taken formal com
mand of the Federal armies in Florida.
SI ILL LATER.
There is nothing from the Army of the
General Butler has recently sect a gut.
boat expedition op e Chickahominy. Two
gunboati composed tha force. They ascend
ed lha river fifteen miles, when a skir
mishing party landed and scoured the
country. The expedition returned to Fort
ress Monroe ia safety, having captured
There is a tittle news from the Red River
expedition. The land forces have gone
thirtv-five miles beyond Alexandria to
Cane River where they met the enemy and
had a severe contest. The enemy are re
ported defeated with a loss of five hundred
prisoners. The Federal loss is aaid to ba
seventy-eight. Very little credit can be
placed on any of these reports however.
They all come from Cairo, a very bad
At Memphis, the Federal pickets hav
been driven in by the enemy. The Con
federate force is supposed to be Forrest's,
afih0uh it is not very likely that he has
left Kentucky yet.
The Confederates have bent a raiding
party to Cape Lookout, in North Carolina.
They numbered forty, and blew up ihe
light-bouse. They escaped afterwards
without any loss. A Federal raiding party
sent out from Washington killed eight of
the enemy, and captured two prisoners.
General Seymour has been ordered to
Washington. Max Weber will command
at Harper' Ferry.
From Vicksburg there is news of a slight
skirmish on the Yazoo in which the Fed
eral loss was fifteen. The Confederates
attacked the negro garrison of a govern -meat
The Old Gcaro, for this month, has been
received. It is a capital number. There
is no better Democratic Journal, in every
respect, published in the United States. If
the Rebels aud Abolition its would all sub
scribe for it, and read it, lha war would, in
a tbort litne, came to a close. Price, 15
cr. a number, or 51.50 a year, in advat.ee.
Important I nformahon Cd.J G Fntzt
keeps constantly on hartd and for sale, ai
tha Recorder's ofiica in Bloomsburg, "The
Constitution ot tha United Slates," and of
the ''State rf Pennsylvania," i t various
styles, at prices to suit ; aNo, sundry other
democratic books. docim?n's: anJ speech
ea ; together wi'h legal, note and cap pa-
rer. pens, ink oi d envelopes cf all sizes
and styles, as well as theological, poetical,
Historical; and miscellaneous took, cheap.
Bo r ntt JostPtR Killed. A soldier
named Jchn Murpby, who recently enlist
ed in the 134ih regiment, received the boun
ty money, and then attempted to skdzddlo,
was released frni priaon yetterJay and
sent to Camp Curtin. On the way heatiack
ed the guard, knocked him down and ran
away. Tho guard, a young nan about
nineteen year9 of age, quickly regained
his feet, and taking deliberate aim at the
flying bounty jumper, discharged hia mus
ket ai him. The ball entered the head cf
Murphy, who waa in.taaily tilled. Patriot
A splendid specime.i of orthography is
seen in the window of a besr houso in the
neigh borhoo j of Poplar street Philadelphia :
'-Table Bear Son Id Herr, luppens a
A load op crt wood will bo taken at
this office on rcbscription to the Star.
In Bloomsburg, on Friday the 7th of
April, 1864, at the residence of the IridVa
parents, by the Rev. William Goodrich, Mr.
Fredkrics Stalk t and Miss Sarah A. Ship
uan, alt of '.his place.
On the 22nd u!t , Mr Joh Kirks-da l,
to Miss Naomic E. Yohe, both of Mnilin
township, Columbia county.
On Tuesday evening, April 5th, 1861, at
the residence ot Dr. VVardrop, in Gsrman
town. Pa., J. S. Bwlct, Esq , of the Amer
ican If Democrat, to Miss Sailik S Welch,
daughter ot Benj. Welch, Eq., of Danville.
In Benton twp., Colombia coanty, on the
4th of April, 1SP4, Mr. Daniel S. McIIsHar,
io the 46ih year of his age.
In Light Street, Columbia county, on
Thursday morning, the 7th of April, 1864,
Mr. Benjimix Thorntox, of Consumption,
aged 56 years, 2 months and 3 day.
In Bloomsburg, on the Slh of April, 1864.
Little Mattik, Daughter of Hon. Wm.
Elwell, aged 5 years, anc! 8 months.
In Btoomsborg, on the 10th of April,
1864, Mrs. Mast Merhil, contort of Beoja
mia Menil, aged 66 years.
RET1EW Otf -THE WAUKET,
CAREFULLY CORKKCTED WEEKLY.
WHEAT, 31 50
RYE, 1 25
CORN, new, 1 20
OATS, . 75
FLOUR pr. bbl. 7 50
CLOVERSEED ft 50
LARD, per lb
DR'D APPLES 1 50
CHARLES Q. BARKLEY,
Atfonicv at Law,
BLOOxlISBURG, COLUMBIA CO., PA.
IJTILL practice in the Averl Cur's of
Columbia rottnty. All legal bonnets
intrusted to his cars shall receive .prompt
O F F I C E, On Main Street, Exchange
3uiklin2S ovPr Miller's Store.
April 13, 1S64.
Esta'e if James B. Gibson, cf Grceuwood lirp.,
Columbia County, dee'd
JVTOT1CE is hereby given that letters of
1 Administration on the estate of James
B. Gibson, of Greenwood township, Colum
bia county, dee'ed, have teen granted by
the Rejci-ter of aid county, io Abraham
Younz, E-q., residing in Benton town4iii,
ard county aforesaid. All persons having
claims against the estate c;I the decedent
are requested to preser.t them for settle
ment, and those it:drb!ed to the estate will
make immediate oayment.
AiiilAH AM YOUN3, Admr.
Ber.ton twp., April 13, 164 S2.
VVIUAV I OTIC S3.
APPLICANTS FOR TA VERN LICENSES
1VOTICE is hereby iven that the follritr
ing persons ir. Colombia county, have
filed their pf titiors in 'he Court of Quarter
SeGfirn? ct the &aid county, for Tavern and
Strr License in their rffipeetive township
which -aid petition will be presented to
the paid Court, rn Monday the 2 1 day ot
My I?64, ot which all j-ersona interested
wi'.l tak notic?, an j the Lir entns for the
county of Cc.lumbia will b granted on
Wednesday, the 4th day of May next, ai 2
o'clock p. m., ofeaid day :
William B. Koons, Tavprn. Bljorn.
John La- otk, do ca
I Silas Dodoit, do
Oliver A Jacoby, do do
John J S:tl, dft Eenfon.
Samuel MoHenry, do do
Franklin L. Shuman, do Beaver.
Charles F M.uin, d do
Wm. Longenturger, do do
I J P Sibbet, do P-erwick.
J"hn Grover, do Centre.
f Samuel Kr .stenbader, do Citawissa.
I Jcob t K'tler, do do
: Richard Barr, do do
J A lex. W. Lnve, do Con rhana.
, R"fbn Waiter. do do
Willsan. Stet!l"r. On do
Betjamin McHetry, d Fishitiereek
Ernandits Unanst, d do
W. A. Kline, d Gree iwood.
JoPppH F. Lung, do do
Abijah H. Hoe, do do
John Harimatt, do Hemlock.
John L. Hurst, .1r Lmct.
Lndwig Ttitel, lr do
Joshua Wornr, do do
l.aac Rhodes, do do
faae Yetter, do Maine.
John A. Shuman, do do
John Klr, do M'ffiir,.
Emanuel Conrer, do Montonr.
Tnoinas Joriei-, do Ml. Pleasant.
Sumnel RiTttby, do Madison.
Kiefer A. uihO, do do
Samuel Everett, do Orare.
Jacob Good, do do
Alexander Hughef, do do
Samuel Lt-iby, do Roaringcreek
William Lon?, do Scott.
J D. Mrchbak, do do
Daniel L. Everhart, do do
John Rece, do do
Rorrt S. Howell, d i do
L D. Men.ienhuU, Store. Bloom.
A. W. Cramer, do Coi.vnham.
An. os Eache-, do Cmte
JESE c.oi.EMAN, Cierk.
Proihono-ry'" OJice, J
f:lom;bnrj April 13. 184. J
SsilKKBF' S All lis.
BY virtu of several writ" of Venditioni
Exponas, ami Levari Facia, Io me di
rected, ined out ot the Conn of Common
Pias of Columbia county, will t e exposed
to public Sain, at ie Court tiou-e, in
Biooni&burg, Pa., 0:1
Saturday, April .SOili 18(54,
at 2 o'clock, P. M , ot euiJ day, the flow
ing property, to wit t
1 re ufmIi vidtrd ihird part of all that cer
tain tract ot land, situate in Montour ti.,
Columbia rountv. cor.tainino TWO HUN
OR ED AND SIXTY FOUR ACRES and
one hundred and thirty perches, strict
measure, bounded and described as follows
to wit : At:joi;iit)g lands of John iiii'hanl,
land of the tieir of lVier Appleman, dee'd.
la.'iJa of e heir of Cdl-'b Barton, dee'd,
l.itnis of Bloomsburg R. R. Iron Company.
Heiiry Gtgger, ani tt'ier-; whereon are
erected a iwo ftory 9nTK
A lare Bnk Barn, waon fesSw-
hcue, com cr;b, work shop, and ot.ier out
bbildings; about one hundred and seventy
five acres of which are clajird laud.
The undivided one third part of a certain
lot cf prour.d, situate in Montour township
Columbia county, adjoining lands of John
RL'i.ard, a lot cf the widow Lwi, the
main Road leading from Danrii'e to
Bloomrburg, and the first described tract,
containing Fourteen and one fourth peich
es of land, all oLoshich is improved.
Seized, takeuT execution and to be sold
as the property of Lnr.ard B. Rupert.
A certain lot of ground situate in Light
Street, Sotl township, Columbia coui.'ty,
bouuded at follows, to wit: On tae we.t
by Main Stieei, on the nortn by an Alley,
on trie eaM by an Alley, and 0:1 the south
by lot ul Jacob Boroboy, containing o:ie
fourth of an Acre, whereon ar erected a
laie two story frame DWELLING HOUSE
with a Store Room attached, ani two frame
Stables, with the appurtenances.
Seized, taken in execution and to be nld
as the properly of John Wardin.
Ail thoe two DWELLING HOUSES of
two alorittS, Sic, being thuty tw fbtst in
Front and twenty eight leet Drep, muate
on the road leading from tha Columbia
Coal and Iron Company's coal bed, near io
iaid coal bed, in tha said courfy ot Colum
bia Seized, taken in execution and la b
sold as the property of J. V. Crielt, own
er, and Christian Shuman, contractor, with
notice to Thomas Lawton, Alex. Witchey,
et at., lerre tenants.
JOS! AH H. FURMAN, Sheriff.
Bloomsburg, April 13, 1864.
E. 1L LITTLE.
Office in Coort Alley ; formerly occupied by
Chatles R. Bockaiew.
AGREEABLY to the provision of an
Act of Aembly, en tilled an Act directing
ihe mode of selling ' Unseated ' Lands for
taxes, and other pnrp"es, passed the 13th
day of March, 1815, and the further sup-
j pigments thereto, passed the 13ib day ot
uianii, mil, t jui iiiilii, ioi, aim ?i.
March, 1847, the Treasurer of the Com ty
of Columbia, hereby rives notice to all
person concerned ihere;n, that unless ! lh
County, Road, School, Poor and State Tx
es due on the fl lowing tracts of Unseated
Lauds, si nate in Columbia county, are
paid before the day of sale, the whole or
such parts of trad is will pay the tnxes and
costft chargeable thereon will be sold at tht
COURT HOUSE, in Bloombur2, County of
Columbia, on the 12th day cf June, 1884,
being the second Monday, and to be con
tinued by adjournment, from day to day
for arrearage of taxes due sid county,
and the cost accrued on each trad respec
IV A It II 4NTEESO !l OWS E P.S
' BEAVER TWP.
Sarah A. Caffrar,
Fo'ornon Bower, Sr.,
John Doik, .
Samuel F. HtaJly,
S. L IV ter.
Augustus B Pearce,
Samuel H Smith,
John H Stilt,
John Sh afT3r,
Samuel J B.Ier,
' '2 82
"12 28 1
Joi n Young,
124 3S I
36 92 !
37 60 i
IS ffO I
2 IS 55
47 00 I
Phx on Kline z Sharpies-,
Dewiti 8c Benedict,
Freas & Hc iTiran,
Elijah Keynold & Co
, Guy Bryan,
Samuel J Pealer,
r red- oi ilo.iinan,
Na htiri Flecktis tine,
J N & ll- B Joaes,
Lut do do
R J Millard,
1 j q.
Wn.iarn P.ttersOD's estate, 2 t7
done Pealer, 29
J B Park 72
Arao Spade, 1 1 45
AbiaLam Young, 15 19
Sarr.ua' Albertson, 5 01
Mark Cooper, 3 09
William Derltnjr, 6 60
James Dew ill eU!), 8 0
Andrew Gray, S 33
Johnson H. Ikeler, 8 SO
George Reece, 5 4i
Eliia Ever, 2 61
John Child, 2 32
N'att.airel Campbe.l, 9 72
yUtfier Pursefl, 3 88
Zebulon Rorbin, 3 22
Golder Elias & M. Hess,
Kilt ii Neyhard,
Philip & John Wagner,
Beraj ih Parker & Co.
Lewi- Bjsh, i 85
John Fi-her, 6 12
Samuel John, 4 76
do do 4 94
William Sajeis, 4 58
Mary Myero 24 93
Thomas Rclon, ll 44
Daniel Ree-e, 22 81
Mary RnMon, 22 33
Charlotte Ruston, 22 93
John Reynolds, 22 93
Jacob Bomboy, 1 9S
John C Hettler. 10
Jacob Lonaenbergef, 19
John Michael, 87
Pe.er Miller, 1 39
(Jeore ifnncesser, 4 83
Rosaima Wall, 96
Joshua Zimmerman, 2 55
Boyd & Pax ton, 27 60
Brobst. Yetter & Schruick 4 60
C. S. Cox. 13 80
William Crea-y, 74
J-tremiah Fitichr, 3 32
Henry G Miller, 1 SS
Henry Mdler's Hairs,- 74
C. F. Mann & Rove, 6 90
Philip Miller, SO 92
Thiiip Wall, 64
J. V. Fiacher, 20
George Scorr, - 7 20 j
40 Willi WkTi E , . . 1 4
220 J u-ob jv;ooer, ' n A
8 Wirliam tJinale, ,,
10 Snmuel BcOoe, i f,&
11 William Beera, ? rjS
40 J icob E,er, 7 no
4 Loreiizo (irim. jjq
10 John B S 'gr, 0
10 JdCoO D Klin 21
50 ' IMer Applegaie, t Oi
500 Thomas BendfielJ, 'jo 74
1C0 . Aaron Gro-, jj jg
& Sylvester Hat,
PO Jamj Lockard, 14 52
116 Yalterpr-amp-E!., T2
100 William Derlin. '13 51
ROARING CUE EK.
10 .Peter Baunhner, 2 29
350 ' G"0'ge Dewee, T5 79
100 'Eckl k Ra, 4 50
299 .Pnitip'Knlp 6 2
126 Uaac Lindvill, , 2 66 A
25 -E.cti;.l Col, 1 37
i05 Goi-h E'., 16 3 J
9 Alt-x ii Jonhua H-s, 4 gj
414 . Daniel "MHeury, Jr.. 22 3
47 Abraham Young, 2 64
4 John Kile, 09
150 William Stepheo, "8 10
Treasurer's Sals of Rea! Kstatf.
AGREEAPLY to the provisions of ihs
Act of A rub'y, entitled an ai t to reduce
the Slate debt, lie, passed the 36 h day of
April, 1814, the Treasurer of the Connty'of
Columbia hereby pivHs notice to all per
(! concerofad therein, that unless ihe
Cojri'y, P.oad,xS'hocl, Pcor and State ri,
&c, du en the following real esta-e 'ru
ate ::i the Ccut ty of Columbia, are paid
before tho tiny cf sale, tho whole or such
part cf each a wiil py lbs charge mi
costs ch;irL' at ! thermn. will h hold i
the COURT HOUSE, 111 Kloombburg, Cu.
t cl Cc'.unibin, on the 13ih day of June,
164, tetMg the tccond Monday, and 10 ba
cciitii.uvd b) a-'j "lri.Hjent from day to dy
for &rt?iae' ol tax- dua said c.ni t aud
, the c(if!3 accr.ijj nn each respectively.
Owiicrs or Sejiottd C'iujrs.
Yea'". Dot. ft.
Cr.'.imlia C. & I. Co . 1
T, M. Hubble, l
Join V. CrisweM, 1
iluti'i, HiiJj ; Cnntel'.,
Jthd f If t!.ii:pr, I
E.at et'i Kiltie'-st., 1
..M-ry rrhoflp', 1
M C f
r-r;i if ii a '
A. it?rick ccTorby.
R. loiby, 'L. S Q. 1
J-lia A Cromlev. 1
V,:!lic.m Parks, J
2 T. Hartican f: Molhe, 2
6 Jtil;i!iV ei a f ,
M I LEA-A. NT.
116 Jn-ob Johnson, 1
35 Roiert Nucon's estate 1
114 George Klir.e's es ate, I
55 do do 1
177 do do
CO J K. Morris, 1
1 Lm. Stlvs-rer P. Heaih.
DANIEL Mi HENRY, Trraurr
Bloorr.hburg. Apr.l t3, 1S64.
CONSTANTLY ARRIVING AT
L.T. SHARPLESS' STOREs.
DRY GOOD?., GROCERIES, QUEENS
WAltE, alare asC;imeni of com-
inoa aud Granite 'are
EUOIS AND SHOES,
fir rr.crt, women ami chtl Jr en, Blmota!s
Kid Lace Boots, Coce Side Lce !
Balmoral Gai-ein, al-o the ceifbra'ed Gai
ta Porcia soled sces. trie bet a-(rIlnlt
in the county. We have also a l.tr a-i.-.rin-.ni
jit ihefoous BRADLEY KI!ir
?..- well known' araonj the lair pi for -
r.nd liuraodity, a:ul ihe lip Tot. bny'iet
Eiiptte Spnns Nel Skeleton,
HATS. CAPS AND NOTIONS,
MACKEREL by ihe rta!! pnd on foor h
tari. a: d HAMS md SHOULDERS
1 1 '
The-e zoo Is are Le.ua sold at the vrr
'wcsl pri es, beir-g about 10 o 15 pet
! cent, rel.iw the i:sul profits
Gr-ods fioui iat season will be -!! at
' lhe oldprires :U"7 Shoe from SI .00
Cah paid lor Butter and Lard.
Ca;i a;;d examine the rorul betore pur
chasing eUehre. L. T. SHARPLKSS.
Bioomti;rj. April 13, 1864.
Til E HISIOKY
HOSTETTEirS STOMACH BiTfF.RS.
The mo.-t lemaikabie medicinf ol tho
dav, atid the many cures that U(f bem
pertorir.- I with it in cies of Liver Corn
plaint, Di'pepjia, Nervous Debility, .t
other tlites- ari-tt' from a diordr-
piorrac or liver, plare it m once !ntn
the raosi a-tobieiti.i discoreries that ha
iak?c place i.i li e medical woii.l. The
diseases 10 which bitters are applic-ille are
mi i.n.v r?al ihat there ar bet lew of otr
IrienJi vitio my u-M tei the r virtue in
their own UrniNe or circh of acquaintan
ces at d prove to their o.vn -au.-fac:ion that
there at least one remedy among ih
many adverted medicii.es detetviug Ihe
Fcr sale by Drtigis. ad dealers everj
April Cih, 1S64 lrn.
wVALLOW two or three hofh-ad of
ilia,-' "Nervous Antidote," &c, &c, and
after you are fcat'?rlttl with ihe reid', then
try one box of OLD DR. BUCHAK
ENGLISH SPECIFIC PILLS and b re
nored 10 health and vior in lesstbsn thir
ty days. They are purr'y vfgtu.bl,
p!ea-ant to take, prompt and salutary in
their effects on the brokeu down and shat
tered contittiticn. Old an ! yoons ca
Uke lhra with advantage. J-nported aoJ
sold iu ihe United Sta es only by
JAS. S. BUTLER,
Station D, B.bl House, New Yorx,
P. S. A box cent to any address oa
receipt ot price which is One Dollar pott
March 16. 1564 3m.
SE NO OTHER BUCHAN'S SPECIF-N
IC PILLS are the only Reliable Reme
dy for all Disease ofttie Seminal, Urina
ry and Nervous System. Try one bcxt
and bd cored. ONE DOLLAR A BOX.
One box will pefiit a tan. or money re
funded. Sem by mail nn receipt of price.
JAMES S. BUTLER,
Station D, Bible Houte, New York, .
Marck 15, 1884-5iP.