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XVSt-'lL JAC(i&Y, 'EDITOR.
S. M. PctTEKoalCo'., 37 raTk Row;
Tfew' York, ate duly authorized to solicit arid
receive subcriptions-acd advertisin.tfor 1he
Flat of lhe forth,- published at Bloomsburg,
CoJumbia eounty; Penn'a, -
Mathebv& Ca 335 Broad Way.'Xew York,
i are authorized :o receire subscription and
-dvettisiug' fer'i&eS'ar tj the North. "
tflEORGP 'Bi MTLELLA'N,
J Subject to ihe. Decision of the Democratic
T - -
W tic il slated that an attempt will soon
be made urCongreaa tovpat' tiown rll-he
StatsBankr, by heavy taxation n 'their
Clival" ion, ct. lj iui uiirag mv w una
amount of circulating medium -will ' be pot
into the bands of "-.he government.'" Wrth
the "pane and 'sword , the administration
-calculates lo maintain its power against the
-iU of the prod ucicg class of the country.
. .THrt)uGL'RD, for this month, has been
neee'iTad. ill is a-capital 'onmkt. There
. nia no better Democratic 'Journal, in - every
. reppect, pnbliahed in the United States. If
-the Rebel and Abolitionists would all sub
ascribe' for it, -and read if, the war would, in
r ehort litne, j come to a -close. iPrice, 'tt
'cia. a cumber, or 51 -SO a-year, in advance.
Goto has not gone.tip ! . Greenback have
ifone down .!. Tbis-CRrt?r'pipca legal Tts
.cia tra taa depredaied n value fj-ist . 13i
; cents-oa the dollar aince Chahk was author
:ized to etp into the -market, and nil the
tiovernment gold. Chais's legal tender
' notes fell to this amount ca th? dollar in
,-abo4it twenty days after he entered the mar
kel, iPr?poster3ns, the idea of the "SecTe
. tary being able. to control the money mar
'.ket wiih the amount A has on baad !
Tbrkh)oncred akd thiutt-sbv Kf. Nation
al or Government B&rks are now in exist
t . . . - , - . -
enee. Two hundred and . forty six have
been supplied with botes from Mr. ''govern
'-merVf to the . amount of twelve 'millions
dollar. . Thus in a short time the whole
."moneyed power of the Whete country will
he ia the grap of the jartr in power., .
Tb war news is not wery interesting of
'late. The A'rrny-of the Potomac is faat in
The mod. The forces on the Peninsula ere
rgetting Teatfy Tot a forward movement
Geo. Borntide is massing bis forces at
Anna-polis. iVe may expect -some stirring
' srar ni "-bufor -lontr. Vnn ' haM had m
rgood !on tVme to-prepare your minds for
nbm werst. ' Tft' certain qoartera fears are -err
Pertained of bar arms while in -other ail is
' u.pe suU ucooragement.
' - n-rnitfl Kcakcii The 'dcinlrti ei Abra
, 9iam are getting terribly frightened 'at the
.- tollowersorthe Pathfinder,' FremonL They
."try to throw the blame fifcn the "copper
ieads." ' O, it is only a plot of the copper
tAm " n thor - This ia mv h i ll in ? I ft It.iin
? their courage Top. Dut it will' not answer.
Thoaaiids and tens of thousands of those
-who voted for Lincoln can never do so again
-but only those who are fattening pon the
blood and treaiure of a ruined peopj mM
that other class, who think not for them-
'selves, but fellow ;bts beck and bidding of
- ethers-- ' '- :
, -; Fbise; Ltaus. The April No-, of Frank
Ltilie has been received, Uden with its
i more iban nually 'heavy loaJ of Faehioa
Plates and PaUetos ; tosether with a large
variety of - reading . of, 'a . very ; interesting
: trature ; especially adopted to th-e tastes of
: the -Ladies. This wcrk' ia ilinstrated
ti rough and tbrongb; and nolwiihstandttig
- ibis, U furnishes its. readers with more read
, iog matter than any other Magazine pnb
, liihed. . lis pagea are large, printed upon
beautiful type, aod upoa the wbol, gotten
cp in first-rate order ; all.for S3.20 per an-
; BBra. - Tbe.ol8me commenced the 1st ol
January, although ,they; are prepared to
furnish all back Nambers, to those wishing
so become patrons. - No cheaper Magazine
can be subscribed icr, when f yon take alt
. Its good qualities into consideration. Ad
- -dress, Frabx Lit lie, 72 Duane St., N. Y.
BxMOTAt OT THE SKAT OT GoVtRKMaNT.
Th Bill providing for, .the removal of the
tSute Capital from Harrisburg to Philadel
chia. passed the Senate a few davs sioce
y a decided majority. . It il believed by
many, that it will also pass the House aod
then it will only require the . signature of
xne uovernor to oecome a taw. wuuiu
e sorry to seethe seat of. Governmetit re
. " - a 1 1 r M
moved, but it must be- confessed that, the
r members of Assembly have some caue to
be dusatisSed with Harrisburg. The ac
eemmodations at the hotels are very ordi-
' cary, ai.d the charges very txlraoidinary
The fact ij. the members and those having
business at the' seat of Government, have
teen imposed upoa, and landlords and
eiheis have made fortunes ia two or three
. ypcrs. M?re than this, there ia'a paper
paliihd ia that town called the ItUgnph
wkichdelighti in "making daily personal
esaulis upon members. AH the f Demo
cratic Senators nd members of th House
, fesve beep' stigraaiized as "traitors", and
corr-jrcais" b . that piifrops sheet,
so tit thay feel reat!es to escaptf from . a
town that givis countenance abd support
to ti9 slandarer. , If the seat , of Goyern
Tsenlis removed nrhich we . would be
- very sorry to see the people of Harrisborg
nsy lltsk the Ttlegrcph and those who
tzv ttta ta the habit cf ucpciirg upon
Howms .the war progressing I , This is
the. question that 'interests every body.--
The North American, an intensely : loyal
"Sheet, that a fow day ago 'indicated a tti'B
position 'to embrace miscegenation, -'pub-
Itshea the following,- which we presume,
-coming"frOma lo yal' source, to be - correct.
It is made Bp to September I, 1863, and in
eludes the battle of Chirkamauga :
: Confederates. " "'
KMed.WorfdeU Prisoners. Total
IR61- 1,250 .-3955 ! 2772 i? 987
IlS62.'14a58 "47,304 15,876 -77,646
1B03 IXdZI l 4 1,4 11 14 1,642
To:arj28.147 S9.459 89,856 217,465
Confederates died of diaea and sick
ness from commenceojeatof war to present
lime, 130 0W. . ,
5 , 'Federal ,
Wounded. "Prijionri . Total
' 68 973
Total. 40, 966 1.32,745 89,009
'Federals died of - diveaie au4
during the same time, 290,000.
. : Eecnpitulutioa. " ,
Federal lowes id batileat-'-fcc., -
. " , l: by eicknsM, &cn
rFtt'deraV total (ass in three year, '552,720
Confederate ioues in tattle. "2 17.426 ' - '
." .' by sickneaa, 130.000 --
Conederate total foM-in 'three
year, ' " 347,155.347,465
Exceaa of Federal lost,
Thk Ladt'b'Fsixnd For jMat.- We would
t call: particular attention to the beauty ot the
steel engravings in . this number of the
Lady's SFriend. ''The Loers," . engraved
expressly for this number, is both in design
and execution, oue of the mol beauliiul
engravings that has ever appeared m a
magazine. The Faabion 'Plate which, is
of doubl eire, and handsomely ro!ored-is
alco a charming specimen of i s kin'd- Of
the other engravings, we need only ay that
they are as nomerous, varied, anil interest
ing as uaual. . r
Among the reading matter we nee the
following articles Deacon Denion'a
Daoghirfr," cMra.-Jerry June's 'Fine Ori
giual . JStory," ( Mabel's Mission,''. "The
lovers," by Jean Ingelow, "Dick's 'Infat
uation," "Norah Ghost," "Alter Ten
Years," by Virginia F. Townsend, fcc. &c.
Every one who does not take ;be Lady's
Friend-regularly, should at least senJ on
twenty cents, and have this (May.) number
forwarded to them.
Published by Deacon & Peterson, 319
Walnut St. Philadelphia. 82. 00 a year.'
Atikmptko Suictct On Sufl'day the 3d
insL a recruit at Carlisle Barracks, being
tired of the cares and trodblrs of this world,
thooght he would try his fortune in another,
by a change of- base. He bails from
.Villiamsport, Pa. and had on the day pre
vious received his bouoty and sent it to his
family residing in the above place. Before
attempting to take life with bis own bands
-he tried to induce one of the guard lo shoot
him, which the latter of course refnrad to
do. He then procured a large knife, with
which be cut bis throat in two places, and
would have accomplished bis purpose had
not some of his companions came to the
"rescue. He was taken io the hospital where
his wounds were dressed by the post sur
geon. At last accounts he was doing well,
and oot of all danger. We wonOeY if be
will try it again. We think past experience
should teach him to be -Wiser in the future.
Shocking Accidxkt The Willismsport
Bulletin of the Stn inf., says Alfred 11.
Mann, of Havre da Grace, Md., came to
this place some nine or ten days ago, and
was attacked with erysipelas, at the Parker
House, where he has been confined to his
bed ontil yesterday morning, when, in a
at of deUriom, leaped from -a "Window
of the third story, striking upon rhe pave
ment, where he was found about 5 o'clock
in the morning. He was known to be in
his room at 3 o'clock when .the man watch
ing hint left him steeping and fell asleep
himself. Nothing mote is known ol him
ontil found lifeless on the pavement. - He
was engaged with Mr. John Dubois,' in the
lumber business, was about 45 years of age
and leaves a wife and three children. His
wife arrived here the night previous to the
Excitemxst at HARBisBOiiQ. The joint
resolution for the removal of the seat of
government from Harrieburg to Philadel
phia, passed the Senate on Tbore Jaj last 16
to 10. , It is thought it will pass the House.
Philadelphia offers to appropriate one mil
lion of dollars for the erection of buildings,
&c. It is only one of the .many gigantic
schemes of speculation that now pollute the
country corrupting legislation, subsidising
the judiciary, and sapping the fountain of
humane libertyand therefore we . shall not
be at all snrprisedif the wrong iscousumat
ed. Cleat jidd RepaUkan. ,
o . -
Pare o Bek r. A New York letter of
Tuesday says :
The beef speculators at the Boll's Head
clapped on an extra ball cent pit pound
this morning, which means from two lo
three cents per pound higher to lb con
sumer when he goes to boy his beefiteak
at the retail butcher's. Some dealers were
predicting that buyers would have to pay
twenty-five cents per pound on the boor, or
go without, before the first of May-
Mml Dkmor8t's NetB York Illutl rated
Kevs is oot for the mouth of April in Nati
onal Colors, rich and racy. Its illustrations
are capital ; hard to surpass. The ' present
issne contains an interior view of the- main
building, and granrf 1 uangsration scene at
the Metropolitan SaaitaCy Fair. The fash
ion and patterns contained in (bis Magazine
are well worth the price of subscription
24.00 per year ia advance, or "Ten Cents
icgt copies. Published at No. 473 Broad
way. Near Tori. - :: ' '
. ; fln. Presldtnlliaeoja'i Sister .
The New York World say we imost in
jastice to the Tribune'for refusing credence
lb. its story, thai Mr."i. Todd : White, a sis
ter of Mra. Lincoln; whoiately went Sooth
by way of Fortress sMonrea, abased her
-pass and carried contraband goods in sever
al largenruhks, so giving aid and comfort
to the enemy.
The facts are as the Tribune stated them
are even worse ; and in apologizing to
tjut 'journal foraa iooredulily which -its1 ha-
biioal mendacity regarding political' oppo
neat has created and fostered ia obf minds
we have no other alternative than to restate
the facts precisely as they are, painful as it
is to any oyal American to join that fanati
cal journal in any course, or to indorse its
impeachment of the chief magistrate of the
United'State for assisting openly in giving
direct aid aod cosnforl to tba armed ene
mies of tbe-Uuion. The facts, then, are
these, and we make no comment opon
them; 6f If ther do nor in themselves make
the1 heart of every patriotic man and wo
mau ahudJer within 'them, then the fanati
cismol lhe time has dragged the North ' in
to an' insensibility which nothing can-arouse
Mrs. J. Todd - White, a sister of Mw, A.
Lincoln, was a rebel spy aud sympathizer
When she - passed, into the Confederacy a
f-fw days ago, by, way of Fortress Monroe,
she-carried, with'htr in' her trnnks all kinds
of contrabaad'gecda together with medi
cines, papers, letters, etc., which wilL be
doubtless of the greatest assistance to those
with whom she consorts. .
When General Builer wished to open her
trunks, as the regularions of transit there
prescribe, this woman showed him an au
tograph pass or 'order Irom President -Lin-colu
. enjoining wpon the 'Federal ; dfRcers
not to open any of her trunks, and not to
subject the befirer of the pass, her package,
parcles.'or trunks, to any inspection or an
tidyancs. - Mrs. White said to General But
ler, or. the officers in charge there, in sub
stance as toI!o7 a. : "My trunks are filled
with cootrabaod, but 1 defy '-yon To tdA'ch
them. " "Here," ' (pushing it coder their
noses.) ' Here is ihe.positlve'drder of your
master."., . .
Mrs. Whirs wns thus tlloW'e'd to pass
-Without the 'inspection and annoyance so
peremptorily forbidden by 'President .'Lin
coln in an order written and signed by his
own hand. And to day the coutents of his
wife's sister's trunks are giving akl aud
comfort to the enemy. '
to Echoo! Dirrctcn.
, TlUs Common Schcol Laws of Pennsyl
vania, require Sec CLVL "That the coun
ty superintendent shall annually, on or "be
fore the first Monday in 'June, forward to
the Superintendent of Common School,
the repdrt of the several school dilricts of
their 'respective counties," and shall also
themselves make an ettfanfeed report of the
condition of the schools under their charge,
suggesting such improvements in the school
cystem as they . may deem useful, and giv
ing such other information in regard to the
practical operation of common schools, and
the laws relating thereto, as may be deem
ed of public 'interest."
We -desire to act In strict accordance with
this reqtriition, and 'respectfully 'request
the directors of the several school districts,
to aid u, by forwarding their respective re
porta as tarty as the twentieth of May.
Drreclors who are in need of Vank reports
and certificates, shall be promptly supplied
by notifying the County Superintendent.
Chas. G. Bahklkt,'
Bloomsburg, Col."c6!, Pa."
We notice among the number of those
country papers which have raised their
subscription', the Danvilli Intelligencer, and
Lycoming Gazette. They have raised their
advanced price of subscription Irom $1,50
to S2,o0. This is what the Columbia Coun
ty papers will ail be -compelled to do iu a
very short lime if things coutiivue so high.
We intend Ta'tfrrtg our subscription after the
S7th inst., to St. 00 in advance, and $2 0 if
col paid inside of six months.. .This we
are compelled to do, as neatly every arti
cle used in connection with oor .business,
as well as living, is one hundred per cent.
higher than it could be bought for two years
. -1.1 B I
ago. Ail wno wisq io avail tnemeetves oi
the old price, SI 75 in advance, would do
well to attend to the renewing of their sub-
scrtpttor.s between tuts ana toe stun o;
April, 1861, as after that date no subscrip
tion to the Srxa will be taken for let than
ttbo dollar in advance
- 1 - : f CoMMCNICATtE.
t see that Dr. John thinks a lit will trav
el half way round the earth while tralh is
pulling tta her boots " lliat may be true,
in some cases, but in the story that is cut-
tina the Doctor's - conscience, 1 think truth
did not wait to gel ''on her boots,'1 but
started bare-footed lor, in - my opinion,
truth did certainly gel the first start this
time. . Thomai, you had better dry up, and
endeavor to conduct yourself more properly
in the future.' 'ThoIias Dubs, Jr.
. Bloomsbarg, April is, 1851.
The Pcsif svlvamia Farmkr AMDGARbEkck
for April has lately been received. .It is a
good work, devoted exclusively to agricul
ture and horticulture. Wm. S. Young,
publisher Philadelphia. Terms, Jl. 00 a
Somkthino New. Anti-bottsNeating as
sociations are being formed in various parts
of the country. The present price adds a
great many involuntary members' to the
association. It would be s gedd idea to
establish one in Carlisle. .
If is reported that a rebel plan to capture
and carry off President ' Lincoln bss been
dtsccvefed at Washington. Cmtojord Jour
naL ... -
No danger. The beat rbln-g" that can
happen tor lbs rebels is lo leave Lincoln in
Washington. -, . ;
Ths Editof of ihtfColumbi Repiiblicdn has
got just about as much of an idea of the
politics of Bradford County ss a hog has
about th'e valos of ptsrls.' Bradford Argus.
. LATE WAK-NEWS.--
) -r-r- r-; ?:
The mysterious movements of Forrest in
Tennessee have at leingth' assumed Mime
shape. ' He' has -divided hrs forces into two
columns; sending jone toward I'adncah, at
ihe morJtb 'of thS Tennesree river near
I Cairo, and'the other towafda . Memphis.
1 he first column, tt ' is reported, has cap
tured Paducab, and, if so, the navigation ol
the Ohio river, bbtess "there... are guuboata :
near at hand, is materially affected. 'The
o'.hercolomn en Tuesday morning last, at
lacked Fort- Pillow, on the Mississippi, be
low Columbus,, and' near' the Tennessee,
liner The fort was garrisoned by six hun
dred negroes, and two flags of truce were
sent to it demanding a surrender. The
surrender wa"reinsed twice.'when the fort
waa attacked and .captured, and ''many of
the' negroes killed. The soVrenderof Co
I lira bus was also demanded, arid in the cor
res'pondence the conledera'e commander
writes: ' 'Should oo sferrehder, the ne
groes now in arms will be returned to their
masters ; should I be compelled to take
the place by force noqukrters will bs shown
negro troops whatever; white "troops will
be treated as prisoners 6f war." "Fort' Pil
low was captured with ix:guns, 'and a Mis
sissippi eiearut;r alio we'd to '.'carry off the
wounded, filty-eight in number There
are' rumors of the surrender of Columbia ;
Ihe women and children have ' been s'ertt
out of the town. The Confederate left
Fort Pillow and continued on towards Mem
phis. They entirety dismantled the works.
'Later1 intelligence frdm Fadocah states
that' the -Confederates left the town after
p'.underinc it. The capture of; Fort Pillow
is confirmed, and alo Forrest's march to
wards Memphis. Before ' going be com
pelled a in-clad" gunboat which tried to
shell bm out, to leave.
The intelligence from the Red River con
vinces us that ihsrs was no battle at Caho
River. 'II there was a battle the Federal
troops were defeated, for now the y do not
venture bey or. J Alexandria, and have bar
ricaded the streets to prevent Confederate
raids. The iron-clal bate been sent back
to Fort de Rnssey. and there is every indi
cation ol the abandonment of th? -expedition.
"GeneTal"Stete is still p' rogress'mg on his
march'in Afkarisaa. As no one here under
stands hir'rouWor of ject, his-progress and
skirmishes are ol very httle importance.
There are1 no movements yet, indicating
the evacuation of Browusrille by the Ted-
eral troops. ' -
'Nothing from' the Rapidan.
All the rennrts of Cnnfedarata snccss in
Wes:erri Kenttlcl?y are confirmed. Fort
Pillow has been evacuated by them, they
carrying off nil the cannon and stores
They have gone towards Memphis Padu-
cali is still in danger, notwithstanding all
teports to the contrary. (.The er.emy cave
again demanded its surrender, and when
Ihe latest despatch closed a battle was' an
ticipated. We have every, reason to disbe
lieve the stories of the murder of the no
groes at Fort Pillow after they surrendered.
Their commander held out and would hot
surrender and they we're killed in fair bat
tle. Our readers will notice that we have
not yet received a line which indica;e"s that
a 'surrender was made. It has all among
been taken for granted b'y 'sensation de
spatch writers. The 'negroes became de
moralized and fled, and as at many battles
and fights before, they were killed .
From ihe Array'of the 'Potomac there is
'intelligence that the ra'ins of Friday hail
'converted the ground iato mud again and
that the enemy have made numerous aids.
At Manassas Junction about tweoty-fivn
'Federal soldiers were captured. TbeTe
were raiding parlies hovering aboiit in all
quarters There a're no signs yet'b'f the ad
vance. General Grant does not seem to
move very brWkly. Burnside is massing a
great many negro troops with his expedi
tion al Annapofis.
An expedition from Fortress Monroe to
Sraulifield in Virginia on lat Monday suc
ceeded in capturing six Confederates and
fifty negroes. The Federal loss Was oae
prisoner and . five wounded. A French
armed vessel has been allowed to go up
the James River to procure the Emperor's
An arrival from New Orleans is announc
ed, tut no news of importance- There is
still great mystery about Cane River.,
The Confederates hae mhte a raid from
Virginia into Eastern Kentucky through
Pound Gap. The telegraph states that they
were repuUed and have retreated. Long
street may be looked lot in that direction
before long. .
ItETIEW OF THE MARKET,
CARKfTULT CORRtCTED WKEXLT.
LARO. per lb.
CORN, new, 1
FLOUR pr.bbl 7
CLOVERSF.ED 5 50
In Fishingcreek township, Colnmbiaco.,
on the 7th day of April, A. D.. 1861. at the
residence of the brida's fnther, by C. B.
White, Esq., Mr. Jacob Klin a and M;s
Sarah A, Laibauch, both of Fishingcreek,
in Bloorrsburg, on ThursJay evening,
the 14th ol April, 1864, at the residence ol
the bride's father, by Rev. Be a ben E. Wil
son, Mr. John D-Lake, of Scott township,
Colombia county, and Miss Llzzik Stiff, of
On the 4th ir.st.. bv G. P. Dreisbach
Esq , Mr. Wit.' W. II unkingcr, of Black
Creek, Luz county, and Miss Polly Swam,
of Union township, bcooylkill county, Pa;
On the 7th inn. at EvausriKa, bV the Rev
M. VV. Harris, Mr. Gsorus M. Lock a (id, and
Miss Hester J. Thompson, both of Briar
creek twp,, Col. Co , Pa.
On the dih inst., by the same, Mr Ctrcs
A. Marcet, of Wilkesbarre, to Miss Fran
as J. Zehner. of Briarcreek twp., Col. Co.
In Locust township Columbia county, on
Friday the, 8th day . of April, 1864, Mr
Samuel Adams, aged 58 yfcirs, 6 months
and 24 days.
' In Soesrloaf twp.. Columbia co.t on the
first of April, 1861, Dr. J. F. Masset, aged
about 76 years. '
At Brandy Station, -Ta., on the' 1st c
April, J. W Vansicele, of Sogarloaf twp
Col; co., Ps aed about IS years.
In Oraogeville, on the 12ib of .March,
Erastus. agedj year, 3 mo Gibs, and 12
days. On the18th, of March, Charles L.,
aged 3 months, and 13 days. On April 2d,
CLkjuesttike, agsd 4 years, 2 months, and
35 dayi. Children of Thomas and Martha
. In Beac'a Haven, on the 4th inat., Clara
Gertbcde, youngest daughter of Joseph and
Martha Hicks aged 6 years, 5 months and
Il days. - 1
In Jeddo, tuf erne county, on tke if 1st ef
March, Carrie Bill, daughter of Jacob and
Elizabeth Mock, sjtd 7 years 1, month and
IS dsyit. .
.r : or ; :
1 U N S E AT E D ! L AN D S. ;
."AGREEABLY to the provisions of in
Act of Aeriibly eolidjl' an'Aqt directin?
the mode' Of selling Unsettled Lands , for
taxes, krid oiher purposespassed the 13th
day 61 'March, 1815, and the further aup-
plemeuia thereto, passed the 13th day of
March, 1817, 25th Maich, 1821, and 9th'
March. 1847, Ihe Treasurer of the County
of Columbia, hereby gives, noiice to all
persbns .concerned thernthat unlesH'the
CbontyRoadSchool, Poor and State Tax
es due on the'followih'i tracts of Unsealed
Lands, "situaie in Colunibfa' county, 'are
naid-before'the tlay of 'sale, the' whole - or
Vuch parts ol tract as' will pay the tyres 'and
corts char;eabltt'ihereon will be sold at the
CODRTHOUSe: in Blooin-bur?, County of
Columbia,: on the 13th day of June, 1864,
being the second Monday, and to be con
tinued. by adjournment, fiom day to day
for arrearages of taxes due said county,
and the cost a:crued on each tract respec
lively. ' ,.,.'. ; " '
BEAVER TWP. -
v70 ; '
'5arah A; CafTrar, : -!saac
. Eiias Miller,
'.Catharine Noj er, ' ' ' " " 8
Mohs Schlicher, 1
. Lewis Filler, ' '8
Solomon Bower, Sr.,
Reuben Blixb, . r .
John loak, '
' Oliver Rte,
Philip Fieiis, ,
Samuel b Headtey,
S. L IV.ter, .
Jacob S"Ier, . - -
Samuel 11 Smith,
'John H Suit,
Samuel J Beilh,'
.do do. . ,
Nathaniel Brown, '
. 7 24
'4 0 l4 1
Paxion Kline & Sharpless,
Dewitt & Benedict,
Freas & Hoffman,
. Daniel Keiler,
Emanuel Lazarus, y
Elijih Reynolds il Co.
Samuel J Pealer,
Freas f- Hoffman,
j N & R. B Jones,
Lot do do
R J Millant,
William Patterson's estate,
J B Parks.
' Abtaham Young,-
38 Samuel Albertson,
28 Mark Conner, -
100 William Uerling,
59 James Dewitt's estate,
54 Andrew Gray,
40 Johnson H.-lkeler,
50 George Reece,
14 Ellis Eves,
12 John Childs,
50 Nathaniel Campbell,
20 Sylvester .rurs'ell,
12 Zebulon Robbins,
400 Golder Elias & M. Heis,
16 Jamison Keeler,
700 Kile & Neyhtlrd,
100 Philip i Johu Wagner, '
: 13 David Lee,
31 Benajih Parker & Co.
z Lewis Bush,
4d John Fisher,
31 Samuel John,
32 do do
30 William Sayersj
J200 Mary Mvers
J 100 Thomas RuMonJ
190 Dlmel Reei-e,
200 Mary Ruston,
201 Charlotte Ruston,
200 John Reynolds,
fo Jacob Bomboy,
4 John C Hettle.r,
7 Jacob Longenbergef,
34- John Michael,
20" Pe.er Miller, . .
175 George Nunsesser,
6 RoSatitia Wall,
47 Jo3hua Zimmermanj
, MAINE. - . -
4 Boyd & Paxton,
.100 Brobst, Yetter & Scfcmiclt
300" C. S. Cox.
" 4 William Cr&asy;
,35 : Jeremiah Fincher,
Id Henry G. Miller,
. v 5 - -Henry Millers Heirs;
100 C. F. Mann & Rote;
112 Philip Miller,
7 Philip Wall,
io6 t. P. Fincher,-
fotf fcs-orge J-sott,
40 'Williamt Wis Est.,
220 V 'Jacob Moser, '
.8 ' 'William Ginles, -
- Mt. PLEASANT.
10 .Samuel Boon,!
II, William Beers, ;
40 Jaeob Eyer, . . ;
f4 Lorenzo Grimes. - -
'lO John B F.daT,
''10 Jacob D.Klin.
50 Peter Applegate,
'500 .Thomas Beiulfield,
' 100 1. Aaron Gro-s,
5 Sylve-ler Heath,
lfe0 "James Lorkard,
116 VaHernhamp E-t.,
'100 William Derlin.
50 Peter Baughner,
350 .' George Dawees,
100 Eckel & Rek, .
299 ' " Philip'Kulp '
126 Isaac Lindvil!,
SUGAR LOA F. -
' 25 Ezekial' Cole,
105 tJoiKsi.; "
89 Atx" "& Joshua Hess,
414 . Daniel Mclletiry, Jr..
47 " Abral'-am Young,
150 William Stephens,
' . 60
, 2 08
; "8 01
, 14 52
, 2 29
. Trcassrer's Sale ef.Rfiil Etait?..
' SEATED' LAND. ,
AGREEABLY to 'the provisions, ol the
Act ol Assembly,' entitled an act to retlure
ihe State debt, '&c, pat-bi'd thf 30 h day of
Aprr4,'t814, ihe Treasurer of the Coun-y of
Columbia hereby evr notice lo all p-r-Mors
eoi'cerned ihere'm, thai unless the
Couii'y, Road,-Schoci, Poor and Sta'e Tax
Sic, due on the foflo.ving real estate aim
ate' in' the Counly ol Columbia, are 'paid
beiore the day of sale,' the vihola or such
parts of each as will pay the charges and
cots chargeable thereon, will be sold al
the COURT HOUSE, in Bloom.-bur, Coun
,ty of Columbia,' oa ihe 13ih day of Juie,
1364, bei'iic the second Alonrlay,' aiid. to b'"
continued by ailjournment from day today
for arrearages ol taxes due said coonly and
the cof!3 act-toed cn each respectively.
dwiiers or Reputed Owners.
Years. Dol. Cts.
Colombia C. & I. Co., 1
John V. Criswellfc) 1
Mann, Baldy & CrisVre:(,
Elizabeth Kline' est.
Mary Shatter, 1
Sam'l F Headley, - 1
Samuel F. Headley, I
A. Deitenck fcTorby,
R. Torby, L. S Q. &c.''l
Julia A Cromley, 1
William Parks, 1
T. HanmanSc Mother, 7
Jeak wUhVestate, ,
Jacob Johnson, ' 1
Robert Nixon' estate 1
George Kline's estafe, 1
do do 1
do do 1
J. R. Morri, 1
I f 5
Lot, Slves:er P. Heath,
DANIEL Mt-H EN R Y, .Treasurer
Bloomsburg, April 13, 1864.
Pl IIMC IVOTlCfc. ,
APPLICANTS FOR TA VERN LICENSES
IVOTICE is hereby given that th follow
ing peieous r. Colombia coutity, have
filed their petitions in t'he'Court of Quarer
Sis-ion's ot the sa,id coOnty, for Tavern and
Store Licence in their respective towimhrp1
which said petitions will be presented to
the raid Court, rat Monday the 2d day ol
May 154, ot which a'H pprsons ii'.ieresieil
will lake notice, and the Lir-ense's for the
county of Columbia will be granted oo
Wednesday, the 4ih day of May next, ai I
o'clock p. m., of said day :
William B. K'oons,
Oliver A Jacob),
John J Si!m,
Franklin L. Shuman,
Charl-s F Mann, .
J P. Sibbet,
Jacob D Kistler,
Alex. W. fjve,
W. A. Kline,
Joneph F. Long,
Abijah I!. Roe,
John L. II urst.
John A. Shuman,
Kiefer A. Smith,
I ; . 'd O
r Jacob Good,
Daniel L. EverhSrt,
Robert S. Howell,
L D. Mendeohall,
A. W. Cramer,
JESSE COLEMAN, Clerk
Bloomsburg, April 13. 1864. J
bp . ,
HOSTETTER'S SldxMACH BlTTERS.
The most remarkable medicine of the
day. and the many cures that have -been
performed with it irt cases of Liver Com
plaint, Di.tpepsia, Nervous Debility, and
other diseases arising from a disordered
siomao or liver, places il at once among
the most astdriishia-; discoveries that has
taken pldce in the medical world. The
diseases to which bitters are applicable are
so universal that there iti bet few of oor
friends who may not tact their virtues in
their own families or circle of acquaintan
ces and prove to their own satisfaction that
there la at least one remedy among the
many Sdvertised medicines deserting the
pbblid fcomrtiehdation. ,
For sale by Drdggisis and dealers svsrj
where. .. , . , r . ,m .
April f?tb 1864. Irrf.
T Y virtne of'sevf ial, writ of YeaJHioni
Exponas ainl LVvnri Facias, to me di
recert, i-sad .oo ot tlie Court oi Corurann
P(esk3 cf Columbia county, will be expos-d
io1 public sale, at t'.e Co ml lloae, in
BloonisbMrg,"pa., pn (. .
aVupday April 30ih 1 gOl,
at 2 o'clock, P. M , ol said day, ihe foitow-
ih,g Ppperty, to wit : . ...
Ttie "undivided 'i'hird purl of all that 'eer
iain4raciof land, situate in Mnji'our trp f
Columbia ronutv, coniainina TWO HUN
DRED K I) SIXTY FOUR ACRES and
one hutulred, and thirty - perrhes. strict
measure, Loundecrand decfi'bed as follows
to wit: Ailjoiniiiii laridi of Johii'R!chadi
lands othe heiri ti P-?ier Aipleman, dee'd,
land 61 .the heirs of Caleb Barton, cec'd,
lan!s of BloombnrgR.'R. Iron fiompauy,
Henry Giggerj.snd other-; whereon are
erected a iw story - 'ZJF'K19-
Dwelling House Pfyf!
A iarse Bank Barn, wgon ' lL."-J
hen'-e. corn crib, work shop, aud other out
buildni's; about one hmidrt-d and seveltty
five acre cf vvnic.h are cleard laod.
. - . ' . ALSO,. . ,., . -; ..
The cnd'tvirled one third part of a certain
lot of "round, situate in Montour township
Cr.lua:Ma cour.ly, a'fjoinin lanJs of John
Richards a lot of the widow.' LewiB," tt;
main Road leading- Ircm Danville to
Bloomi-Ours and the first described .tract,
ccntainirig Fourteen and one fourth porch
es of land, all of which i? improred.
" Seized, taken In execution and to. be sol J
as th prCiieity of Leonard B. Rupeft."
', - ALSO, it
A certain lot of "rouod situate . in 'fJel.t
Street, ' Srott t'owu-hip. Colnrntiia eouniv.
bounoeu as ictiown, ia wn : Uti tr.e wel
by Main Sneet, or t e north by "an Alley,
on, trie ea.-lby an A (ley, and on the sout1)
by, lot" of Jacob Bombay, loniaiuiiig one
fourih of an Acre, v;h-rton are rrcted
lai-e two story frame DWELLING HDoSli
wiili a S'ore Koom attached, anc lo lame '
Stables, wish ihe appurtenances,.
Seized, taken in execution and to be sold
as the property of lobn Wardiu. , .
A LSO, .
All ihoe two'I)V'ELLlNG HOUSES of
i o stori-is, &., bemn thirty two fet in
Froi.t and twenty ei-ht feet Deep, sitni(
on the road leadtrit irom the Columbia
Coal and'irnn Company's foil bed, near to
:id cotil brd,in the Said county ot Colom
bia Seized, taken in pxecution and to b i
-old as j he property of J V. CrivvelI, own
er, e:;iI Ct.r'tKtiaii Shuman, cynlrac'o, with
notice to Thomas Luwion, Alex. iVitchey,
et al , terr.e tenants. , " .'
JCSIAH II. FUR MAN, Sheriff. .
. Bloomsbtirg, April 13, lb6l. -
- i -
Jrcic Stock of- Clot king
IBISSIII'XII'-n 2P '
Sprth and Sntiit:cr.Good.
N Vl l'ES at ention to his stock of cheap
an.1 fasbftonable,Clothin- at hii SiOre, oc
MJiJX A TltEETy 11 L O OMSBURO,
two doors above' the Ji'mttican IJoute,
where he ha-'juH received from New York
and Philadelphia, a full assortment ot
irScn and Xloy'a Clothing
includiu the Tiol fa? hiniiabie, durable and
handsome, DRESS GOODS, consist ing'of
lioztb'ack, Frock, Gum 'arid' Oil Cloth
Coals, and Pants,
of all sr'ris, izes, anJ'colors. He also ha
teplmii-hed his already larue stock of Fall
and Winter Shawl; striped, 'filiated and
plain Vests shirts craVts, stocks collars-,
handkerchiefs glove-", suspenders and fancy
N B lie has constantly on hand a laree
and well -elected asi-orimerit of Cloths arid
Vef:ii'iSt wliicti he i .ri.sreJ to make op
to order, into ay kind ot clothing on very
short tiotice .aitu .in the bei of mannyr. .
All his clothing is made to wear and most
of it i oi home ni-nu(aciure.
Ol every D'eWript'on, Fine and Cheap.
Hi-Ca-e of Jewelry inot t-urpas-ed in this
place. Call, an I examine his general as
orifrC!il ol Clothina, Watches, Jewelry,
&c. LAV I U l,UtVt.ii.htj.
. P.!r.om-bnrg, Apr l 20. IP64.
A I) 1 1 X 1 ST U A T 0 R'S NOTICE.
E$ta'e t-JJamet li. G-J-svn. cf G'teuwaod irp.,
Columbia Ccuri'.v, dee'd.
JJOTICE i- hert-ty iirrn thai letters of
Aiimin'.mt.'oi. on ihe -Mate of Jamss
B. Gib-on, cl Gree::wcod lawnihip, Colum
bia county, dee'ed, hAve betn granted ly
ihe Reui-ter cf aid cciuriy, to Abiahim
Yoti'nz, E-q.t re-iding i. oemon towrr-hij,
and county aforeavl. All persons having
claims anainU the estate of thv decedent
are fiqnested to pre-ent them for settle
men:, .ml th05 indebted to the estate will
make immediate payment.
.ABRAHAM YOUNG, Adrar.
Ber.ton twp.. Apul 13, JP61. S2.
Auditor s IVoticc;
THE nndersipned Auditor, app'om'.ed by
the Orphan' Court of Columbia County, t"
make di-iribiition Rrronct the Ji?n credi
tor oT Joseph R. pax'on, of the i-ioni-M
r-iif-ed by the sale of the f?l est; of
Joseph Paxton decM., and paid' iuto Court,
hereby give? notice that he will attend tb
the duties of his appointment, Rt his offic
in Bloomsburg, on Saturday, the 23d day
of April next, at 10 o'clock A.M., when
ar.d where all perens interested may at
tend if ihey think proper.
ROBERT F. CLARK, Aoisr.
F-b. 25, 186441.
O WALLOW two or three bosnheads of
"Buchu," "Tonic Bitiers,'' "Sarsapar
illa," "Nervous Antidotes," Sic, Sic, and
after you ar fH'.'efied with the resul:, tneri
try one box of OLD DR. BUCHAN'S
ENGLISH SPECIFIC PILLS and be re
stored to health and vigor in less than thir
ty days. They are purely vegetable
pleaant to take, prompt and salutary in
iheir eflects on the broken down and shat
tered constitution. Old and ybunj can
take them with advantage. I .t parted and
sold in the United States only by
JAS. S. BUTLER,
Station D, Bible House, New York,
P. S. A box tent to any address o!
receipt of pricewhich is One Dollar pott
March 16. 18643m.
USE NO OTHER BUCHAN'S SPECIF.
IC PI LIS are (he only Rsiiable Reme
dy for ail Diseases of the Seminal, Urina
ry and Nervous Systems. 7ry one box;
and be cured. O'.NE DOLLAR A BOX.
One box will perfci a cuis. or money re-
frjtr.dad bSnt by mail on receipt o; once.
JAMES S. BUTLER,
Station D, Bible House, New York,
March 16. 1864 3rrf.'
BLANKS I BLANKS !
EXZCU1 IONS, SUBTOZNAb,
of proper & desirableforms,fosals) st the
otfee oftbe"Stsf ofthe NtfriU." - '