The star of the north. (Bloomsburg, Pa.) 1849-1866, November 01, 1865, Image 2
i OF TUB NORTH. to i iiii J7. Cf7Br, EDITOR. C11AS. G. BJRKLEY, Assistant Editor. SSCEC, tfEDHSDAT, SOT. 1st, 1865. S. M. Pettingill &. Co., 37 Park Row New York, ate duly authorized to solicit and Teceive subscriptions and advertising for the Flar of the North, published at Bloornsburg, Columbia county, Penn'a. Mather & Co., 335 Broadway, Naw York, are authorized ;o receive subscriptions and advertising for the Star of the North. The' Opposition. Notwithstanding the attempts now made by those Republicans whom Thaddeos Steven designated as "parasitic Republicans," to disguise their opposition to the President' policy, under the hypocritical profession of support, bat a few montht will elapse ere the entire Re publican party will be arrayed in open war fare against the Administration. We ay the Itepoblican party of coarse occluding those noble patriot! who prefer country to party, and jive their adherence to the Pres ident' policy because they deem it to be lie only plan for the complete reotoratiort of the government to ita old status. With these exceptions the great mass of the Re publican party clin; to their organization, and on purely partizan ground reject the salvation of the country. That the aaccesa of the President's wise end patriotic policy is not dependent on them we riay be thankful but we"" may rest assured they will not cease opposition so long aa' they are able to oppose. Bat ; sustained by the entire Democratic and oth er Conservative masses of the country, the President may well dispense with their sop port. As wk informed car readers before the October election, the radicals claim the re sult io Pennsylvania aa a victory favoring negro suffrage. Read what the Pittsburg Gazette says : ' . .. "The Democrats cade negro suffrage a special issue in the late election throughout th State, and have been beaten. They in- , sisted upon it that it was the issue, and the fnly issue. We accept the rnsolt aa deci sive on. that point, and the Democrats being judges may fairly claim that Pennsylvania iias decided against the admission of south cm States nnlets manhood suffrage is first " conceded and secured."" Herschel V. Johnson, in Augusta, gave good advice to bis friends. Ha told them to opport the President and elect men as member of Congress whose antecdente can furnish the radical with no pretext to tp pose"thera taking their seats. On the night of the 20tb, cattle thief Jim Lane. Senator from Kansas, made a speech at Washington, in which he said that he would rather bear, instead of the daily an nouncement of the pardqri of eighty or one bendred and fifty rebels, that two or three were hung. He also expressed the opinion that no roan should be pardoned en til his e;a(e should be reduced to the squatter's claim one hundred and sixty acres. By snch oddities and atrocities Jim manages to gather around bim enough rascals and cut throats to constitute' an orbit, and to form a uriking contrast to the good which merilori tjcs men perform. At St. Louis, Missouri, an Attorney who was indicted for practicing without taking the eatb, has been subjected to a fine of fie hundred d&IIars. An appeal waa taken m the. United States Supreme Co art, and a p' of execution was granted to file a bill oi exception. General Frank Blair made a speech recently t Rolla, Missouri, in which lie stated that of one hundred thousand bales of cotton seized in the vicinity of Vicksbnrg , and turned over to the Government, not a thousand bales were ever accounted.for lie charged that the Provost Marshals of the West were a set of thieves and plunderers, generally; accused Secretary Stanton with t ping an original lraitor;said that Alexander H Stephens was, on the other band, a loyal man, and that when Stephens was : locked t'P, the true man was imprisoned and the nrcal and traitor meaning Stanton was left on the outside. : .The "local" editors of Nashville are kept busy, we wonld judge by the following "re cord" of one day gathering:!. "A spirit ed dog fight';"' 2. "Robbery of an actress;' 3. "Highway robbery;' 4. "Sad case of death from destitution:" 5 'A whole family poisoned with arsenic;" 6. "A bloody street fi2hi;'"7. Horrible tragedy a man kills his wife and is shot by his neighbors;" 8. "An other despera'e and bloody street fight;" 9. "Negro guard killed by a dray driver." An exciting horse race toot place in the after noon, and the day's entertainment closed with a destructive fire. ; Fftisx. Leslie's monthly magazine, the Gazette of Fashion and; Choice Literature, has been ; received for November, heavily laden, as usual, with fashion plates, illus trations of various .kinds, and most excel lent reading. This magizine is not behind any of them, but is at the top of the heap. Sand and get if. . ' ' ' A EciTon tsr Lccx. William L. Davis, Eq., proprietor of the Easton Daily Erpress, received a very substantial token of the pood wi!l of his fellow townsmen on Friday evening last, in the gift of a handsome steam p-i-'na and boiler.-complete, intended to v'-r.'i fc's new power press. Ths Philadelphia Daily News says, that th individual arrested -some time since n--3 s??picion of his being John H. Surratt it a f 7 is stiM in " prison, without ao ex-ar.-.i.-.atioa to sbo jv who he really is. Tf .! is the way Stantoa manages the af- in his tlepar ;.rser,t cf Slate. What cares t-i'.h ci?2 s.Td a.CIsecca, v. ,-T SarrsU Essss. : The Washington correspondent of the Roatoo Herald says: 1 The room at the Surratt House in which Payne slept, and Booth conspired, are to be thrown open to the idle gaze of a crowd, while all of the household farnature and utensils are to .be knocked off to the highest bidder by the auctioneers hammer. Even the house which belongs to John Surratt and sister, and who now occupy it is for runt. The estate is to be settled, and all that remains of the-name of Surratt, save the interred corpse in the arsenal yard, is to disappear from Washington. ' The house continue to be an object ol interest to stran gers and citizens. I rosy add here that it haa always been something ofa mistery as to what caused the detectives - to go to the Surratt House in little more than an hour after Mr. Lincoln was shot in the theatre on that terrible Friday night. They went there and inquired for John Surratt about mid night. Not finding him they went away and did not go there again until the follow ing Wednesday night, when Payne came in and was caught. Wiechman, the witness, could not have given the information, for he was in the house abed and asleep when the Deiective called. The fact may also be cited that the detective force wbo inquired for Snrratt that same night belonged to the Metropolitan police, while those who arres ted Payne some days afterwards at that house were attached to Gen. Augur's head quarers. The two visits here have been so mixed up in conflicting accounts that the public are doubtless unaware of the fact that in about an hour after the assassination the authorities were at the conspirator's headquarters and close on the heels of the assassins, bo much for the Snrratt house." Arrest cf Election Officers. On Wednesday last Jacob Fisher Acting Judge and Charles Lewis Inspector of Elec tions in the middle ward, were arrested and bound over to Court by Esq. Hunsicker, to answer the charge of receiving votes know ing them to be illegal; for those of Samuel Roberts and John Baan, who have clerk ships at Washington. On Thursday, Wal lace Henderson and John Leedom, of Upper Merion, Jude and Inspector, were bound over on four distinct charges of refusing to receive the votes of drafted men who had sot reported. Aigermon S. Jenkins Esq , of the Gwycedd election district was also on Friday bound over to. answer the charge of refusing to receive the vote of e qualified elector. On Tuesday, Samuel S. Roberts and John Bean, of this ' Borough, were arrested 'and bound over to court in the sum of S300, to answer the charge of illegal voting in the middle ward of the Borough of Norristown. These prosecutions have been instituted to test what the laws really are in relation to voting and to ascertain who are the legal voters of a district. Regularly as elections come around we have several votes brought home to the Borough, who reside out of it daring the whole year, with boarding, wash ing etc., out of the State. We are opposed to petty prosecutions out of improper mo tives, but it is well enough to have these matters promptly settled. It will be fair for all parties in the future. In the case of the Upper Merion Judge, no vote certain ly, could be rejected that were qualified under the Slate laws. Norristow i Republi can. A friend bends us a verbatim report of one of Beechers late sermons, as a '-'curiosity;'1 and in the matter of logic and philoso phy, it is indeed a curiosity. For the most part, big sounding words, but senseless. Take an example: "Things foreign to the universe cannot last, because they have not God in them." This i a perfect Beecher ism,one of those novel sentence which sur prise shallow people without conveying any meaning whatever. What are we to under stand by things foreign to the univtrse ? No thing can be foreign to the universe, for it comprehends, in itself, all things, being a whole of wholes and embracing all parts of all. It is units and versus, one and all. No thing that is can be foreign to it, or outside ol it. Even Beecher himself is a part of it, a fact which, however disagreeable, must be accepted. If the people generally were sen sible, such a senseless sentence-monger as Beecher could not earn his salt at the preach ing business. He stands high upon the ig norance of his bearers. If they bad a high er degree of intelligence, his position would be much lower. He flourishes upon their stupidity. Reduce bis sermons and his lec tures to the strict line of logic and sense and they vanish lika so much smoke. The Old Guard. Tec worthy people of Massachusetts sent $150,000 to the Black Republicans of New Jersey, for the purpose of carrying the elec tion in that State by bribery and corruption. The same class of men at Washington, New York and Philadelphia sent, for the same purpose,-between S300,000 and $400,000 more. What is (his but attempting to de prive ejrery honest man of tb benefit of hie right of franchise ? : Every man whom they cannot corrupt they would a effectually dis franchise as though they were to drive him from the polls with the bayonet. Shocking Inhumanity. At daylight yes terday morning, the naked, dead body of a large; healthy, and newly born male infant, was found on a pavement in Callowhill St. near George, this borough. An inqaest was held subsequently, and it was evident that the child bad been born In some other spot, carried there and bad died from exposure. No marks of violence were found on the body. No evidence was elicited which would lead to the detection of the unnatural mother. A verdict of infanticide by some party unknown, was rendered. The body of the child was subsequently interred in Potter's Field Pottsville Paper. Tex Fenian Congress, in session in Phil adelphia, has adopted a constitution, mod eled upoa that of the United States, end ?ctsJ a Present aid Senators for the Tb8 Isfasiani fiepnblieaa Frauds la Ptila delpbia. .. . At the late election in Philadelphia the nominee of the Republican party for City Commissioner,1 Mr. Given, was .defeated by the vote of the people of Philadelphia, and Major Weaver, the' Democratic candidate, was elected. Mr. Given lost over bis party vote nearly lO.OOO! Major Weaver's ma jority was 1,350 rotes. Col. Mann, the Republican nominee for District Attorney, an the same ticket with Given, had nearly 10,000 majority. Yeaterday the so-called "soldiers' vote" was returned to the Protho notary's office. By this vote .Mr. Given was counted elected lit This gigantic fraud has taken the people by surprise. Even the Republicans are frightened at the audacious attempt to set at defiance the popular will. Men of all par ties begin to ask if the Republican party is not rotten. This attempt to "treat an elec tion as though it had not taken place" has stirred the public mind to a state of great exasperation. The " negropnblicans" feel that they have trifled with the elective fran chise once too often they have overshot the mark. These "soldier vote returns" show patent frauds. The ballots are no: folded ; the envelopes are all of one kind; they were mailed all at the same post office, on the same day. just in lime to come to Phila delphia for (he last meeting of the return 1 judges, Friday, Oct. 27. .They were post marked Naw York, as coming from New Orleans, but there bad been no arrival from New Orleans at New York for some days before these returns were mailed at New York! Fraud on fraud, utter contempt for the rights of the people, insolent and audacious disregard of the plainest principles of hon esty and even prudence, mark this last ef fort of the Republican party to defeat tSe will of the people. Men of Pennsylvania, are yon content supinely to permit such outrages to pass, unrebuked, on the sacred right ol the ballot. Men of Pennsylvania, are yon willing by your want of interest in the fate of your country and its institutions, its free government, its free ballot and free elections, to give op your manhood and po litical rights to the Republican party, which cheats lor power and commits frauds for place. Rise up, men of Pennsylvania, organize at once, either clubs or societies or meet ings, to protect the free ballot. Begin at once. Come together, young men, to save your system of government from destruction bFOaai8 of the Republican party. Re member what it cost your fathers to estab lish a free government, the right to vote, and the purity of the ballot. Will yon suf fer the Republican party to destroy all and you stand idly by ? Awake ! arouse ! orga niz!! Let the cry go forth over the hills and valleys of Pennsylvania i free ballot A FAIR VOTE AM HO f EST COUNT Or let the consequences "fall on us and onr chil dren." Sound the clarion call marshal the men organize I organize ! Now is the hour to begin. A free vote, a fair Count, or despotism Patriot and Union. Hcnst Ward Beecher says he w a tit J "a government hereafter so strong that there can never be either a tumnll or n insurrec tion." Then the government of hell otlght to suit him exactly, for there Lucifer's pow er is so absolute and go great that no one can ever think of resistance. We read of ' re bellion in heaven,''but never of rebellion in bell. According to Beechers theory, hell is the best, and the best administered govern ment in existence. No wars ! no riots ! no tumnlts ! no insurrections! no rebellions! no sympathisers with treasoa! There'pow er is so perfect and despotism so admirable, that the peace of the kingdom is never dis turbed. Insurrections and rebellions sup pose a consciousness of oppression.or some wrong, with the hope of redress. Bot there is nothing of this kind in Mr. Beecher's mo del government of hell no consciousness of injustice, and no hope to inspire action. All is the dead inertia of power ; that is the perfect model of a strong government. We hope Mr. Beecher's admiration of that sys tem of government will not be dampened when he gets there. For our part, we want to see discord, vengeance, and resistance reign, wherever and whenever tyranny and oppression raise their heads. We pray God that there may never be any peace, any where, on the basis of despot 'urn. It is the people's right and the people's doty to free this world of tyrants. It is the people's right t.o be free,tnd to send to Satan's kingdom all wbo try to introduce his system of govern ment on earth. The Old Guard. - Wear a Smile. Which will yon do.smile and make others happy, or be crabbed and make every body miserable? You fan live among beautiful flowers and singing birds, or in the mire surrounded by fogs and frogs. The amount of happiness which yon can produce is incalculable, if yon will show a smiling face, a kind heart, and speak pleas ant words. On the other hand, by sour looks, cross words and fretful disposition, yon can make hundreds unhappy almost beyond endurance. Which will yon do? Wear a pleasant countenance, let joy beam in your eye and love grow in yoor forehead. There is no joy so great as that which springs from a kind act or a pleasant deed, and you may feel it at night when yon rest, and at morning when yon rise, and through the day when about your business. . A number of our Democratic exchanges are leveling their heaviest blows at the great body of the Democratic party for not turning out at the recent election. Probably tlie party merits a, good share of chastise ment, but dont yon think, good friends, that, if more of our cudgeling had been done bi'fore the election, there would have been loss necessity to do so much of it now ? Emerson Etheridge, it "is stated, has been acquitted of the charges preferred against bim before a military commission at Colum bia, Kentucky, and that be is now at his home in Dretden, Tennessee.- He should immediately bring an action against the commission for damages, and show that the whole proceedings against bim were nali- Official Tote or Representative. . ' Jacobt, D. - .Ecxman, R. Colombia, 2999 1583 Montour, .1196 . 841 Soldiers' vote, 6 6 ' 4201 "2430 Jacoat's majority , 1771. Improvements. We notice that the Lu thsrG congregation of Berwick and vicinity, are engaged erecting a Parsonage in our Borough, for the use of their worthy Pas tors Rev. Wm. B. Fox. It is to be built of brick and will be quite an ornament to the town. We understand several other new buildings will be erected in onr Borough this fall. Berwick Gazelle. A so-called "War Democrat" is indig nant at being called a "mule." Why, sir, it is probably the best thing to be said of you. A mule is something between a horse and a jackass, and if you were not a mule yon would almost certainly be the latter; i. e., if yon were not a mule Democrat, yoa would be a Black Republican ; lor it is probably not in you to be a true, foil-blooded Democrat. Peterson's Philadelphia Counterfeit Defect or and Bank Note List, fcr the month of No vember, is received. It announces that twenty new counterfeits have been pnt in circulation since the issuing of the October number; eleven of which were described in the semi-monthly number of October. Business men should have this money guide. Those who do a pretty heavy busi ness should subscribe for the semi-monthly: Terms, monthly, Si. 50; semi monthly, $3. 00 There is no longer a doubt that Seward has played the role of a spy, and inlormed in relation to the Fenians of the United States. However much the English govern ment may rejoice in the news thus recived, it is not to be supposed that there is one man of honor in all England wbo does not despise Mr. Seward for the low part he has played. He does not think it beneath his character to play the part of a watch-dog for Great Britain nor shall we hereafter. Rebellion in the liunan Interior. Rebellions are not confined to bodies po litic. They break out in our own interiors as well as in the "bowels of the land." The natural law of onr bodies is health, but we misuse them and they revolt.' We Bubject them to exposure, we overtask them, we overload the stomach, we neg lect the bol9, we plunge ont of rooms hotter than the tropics into an atmosphere below freezing point, and in various other wavs triile with oar health. Bnt these frames of onrs are wonderful machines, and we can, by the nse. of the PROPER MEANS, so INVIGORATE and REGULATE them as to render therrOal most proof against the ordeals to which, in our recklessness, we subject them. Nothing that has ever been known or heard of as a tonic adds so much to the resistant power of the human system un der circumstances unfavorab le to health as HOSTETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS. If you woald escape the intermittent fevers, fits of indigestion, bilious attacks, and bowel-complaints, of which cold and damp are the frequent causes, use the BITTERS as a PROTECTIVE MEDICINE. This is the wisest course ; but if already an in valid, try the preparation as a RESTORA TIVE. In either case, full reliance may be placed upon its efficacy. Sold everywhere. Sunday Mercury, Dec. 25th, 1862. Nov. let, 1865. JJIAUtt IE D. On the 26th of October, 1865, by the Rev William J. Ever, Emandus Rhoads to Miss Mellacina Troxel, both of Locust township, Columbia county. On the 23d of Oct. 1965, at the residence of the bride' father, Hudson Owen, Esq., by Rev. M. P. Crosthwaite, Mr. Jerome S. Walcott, oi Northumberland, and Miss Hattis J. Owe, of Berwick. DIED. In Orange township, Colombia county, at Stony Brook Powder VVorks, on Friday, the 20th olt., Mr. Daniel G.-Ent, youngest brother of the Hon. Peter Ent, in the 31st year of his age. In Mount Pleasant township, Columbia county on Saturday last, Mr. Wm. M cluck, ia the 74ih year of bis age. On Sunday evening, October 22J, I860, near Shicksbinny, Mr. William J. Krxameb, aged about 48 years. REVIEW OF TI1E MARKET, carefully corrected weekly. WHEAT. S2 25 RYE, 1 00 CORN, 80 OATS, 50 BUCKWHEAT, 1 00 FLOUR pr bbl.12 0 CLOVERSEED 7 00 BUTTER, EGGS, . TALLOW, LARD, per lb. POTATOES, 50 25 15 38 75 DR'D APPLES2 52 HAMS, 28 1,0 ST. CERTIFICATE No. 514, dated Augnst 6th, 1859, for Six Shares of the Preferred Slock of the Lackawanna and Bloornsburg Railroad Company issued to me, having been lost, this is to caution all persons against purchasing the same, as I have ap plied for a new certificate. CORN ELIUS J. SPR AGUE, - Box 2637, N. Y. City Nov. I, 1865. 4w. A CARD TO INVALIDS A CLERGY man, while residiag in South America as a missionary, discovered a safe and sim ple remedy for the cure of Nervous Weak ness, Early Decay, diseases of the Urinary and Seminal Organs, and the whole. train of disorders brongbt on by baneful and vi cious habits. Oreat numbers have already been cured by this noble remedy. Prompt ed by a desire to benefit the afflicted and unfortunate. I will send the recipe for pre paring and using this medicine, to any one wbo needs it, in a sealed envelope free oi charge. Please ecclose a stamped envel ope, addressed to yourself. Address JO SEPH T. INMAN, Station D, Bible House, New -York City. 52-ly OLD THINGS MADE NEW A PAMPHLET directing how to speedily restore sight and give up spectacles, wi hout aid of doctor or medicine. Sent by mail, free, on. receipt af 10 cents. Ad dress; E. B. FOOTE, M. D. 1130 Broadway, New York. Court Proclamation. T HEREAS the Honorable Wm. Elwell, " President Jodge of the Coa'M of Oyer and Terminer and General Jail Delivery, Court of Quarter Sessions of the Peace, and Court of Common Pleas and Orphans, Court, in the 26th Judicial District, composed of the counties of Columbia, Sullivan and Wy oming, and the Hons. Stephen Baldy and John McReynolds,' Associate Judgee of Co lumbia co., have issued their precept, bear ing date one thousand eight hundred and sixty-five, and to me directed fcr holding a Court of Oyer and Terminer, and General Jail delivery, Quarter Sessions of the Peace, Com, Pleas and Orphans' Court, in Blooms burg, in the county of Columbia.on the first Monday, be'in the 4lh day of Dec. next, and to continue one week. Notice is hereby given to the Coroner, the Justices of the Peace and Constables of the said County of Columbia, that Ihey be then and there in their proper persons at 10 o' clock in the forenoon of said day, with their records, inquisitions and other remembran ces to do those tnings which to their offices appertain to be done. And those that are bound by recognizes, to prosecute against the prisoners that are or may be in the Jail of said county ol Columbia, to be then and there to prosecute then as shall be just. Ja rors are requested to be punctual in their attendance, agreeably to their notice, dated at Bloornsburg, the 30th day o I Oct., in (he year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and sixty-fifth and in the eighty-ninth year of the Independence of the United Stale of America. (God pave the Commonwealth.) SAMUEL SNYDER, Sheriff's Office, . ) Sheriff. Bloornsburg, Nov. 1, 1865. GRAND JURORS FOR DECEMBER . TERM, 185. Benton William Apple man. Briarcreek Stephen Michael, Bor. Berwick Paul Kirkendall Beaver Simon Slicher. Centre John J. Hagenbuch. Hemlock Mathias Appleman, David Armstrong, Reuben Bogart. Jackson Jno. McHenry, jr., Elisha Rob bins, lram Derr. Montour Lloyd Paxton, Samuel Giger. Madison Elieha B. Hartman, Allen Wat son. Maine John A. Shuman. Orange M. I. Hayhurst, John Mejargel. Scott Thomas W. Edger, Jacob Keller, Jacob Clossen. Sugarloaf David Lewis, Samuel Fritz. TRAVERSE JURORS FOR DECEMBER TERM, 1865. Beaver Andrew Shuman, John Shu man. Benton Philip Shuliz, Benjamin Rozeil, Abraham Young. Briarcreek Henry Deitterick. Bloom Henry Ohl. Catawissa Caper Rhan, John Ritter. Centre Peter Delong, Geo. Low, Steph en Hutton, Henry Shaffer. Conyngham F. R. Wohlforlh. Franklin Jesse Mensch, Jackson Clea ver. Fishingcreek Charles Ash, Sam'l Yost. Greenwood Emanuel Conner, Robert Roboins, Josiah Kline, John Leggott, Wm. Eyer. Hmlock Jacob Harris, Rea. H. Guild. Jackson Henry Hurley man. Locust Aaron Lewis, Peter Bitner, Wes ley Perry, Hiram Cool, Peter Schwank Montour Daniel Kashner, John Deit terick. Maine Daniel Nnss. Madison William Kreamer. Orange John Fisher, Cyrus McHenry, Cornelius Bellas, Samuel Everett. Roaringcreek John C. Meyers, Peter Gearhart, Josiah Rhodes, Samr.el Hauck. Sogarloaf Philip Hess, Gaor2e Moore. Scott William Garrison, Elias Krum, William M. Ent. LIST OF CAUSES FOR DECEMBER TERM, A. D. 1865. 1. Rachel Morgan by her next friend Wm M. Hoagland vs Richard Morsan. 2. Wm. Longenberger & Jas. McAlarny Exr. of Geo. Longenberger dee'd et al vs Hugh W. McReynolds et al. 3. Stephen Baldy vs Catawissa, William sport & Erie R. R. Company. 4. Elijah McMurtrie Indorsee of Aaron Wolf vs Christian Wolf 5. Jacob Harris vs Peter Jaeoby. 6. Russel P. Slucker vs Wm. lkeler. 7 Jonas Fahringer Jr vs Eman'l Ashton. 8. Wm. L Lance vs Harman G. Crevelins. 9. Wm. L. Lance vs Thos. Creveling et al. 10. Jacob Bucks Exrs. vs Jesse Buck. 11. Jacob Sbuman va the Catawissa Rail Road company. 12 Amos W. Creamer vs Enoch Howell. 13. Hugh McReynolds vs Peter Oliphant. 14. Amos W. Creamer vs Enoch Howell. 15. Adam Deitterich vs Jere. Jacoby. 16. Benj. Wertman vs Miles A. Williams. 17. Georuo A. Herring vs Peter Miller. 18. B. F. Reighard vsGeo. Patterson, et al. 19. Aaron Bloom vs Reuben S'nler. 20. Jacob Remly vs the Catawissa Rail Road Company. 21. John Michael, jr., vs John Michael, sr 22. Bonn, Raiguel, & Co. vs Levi Kutz. 23. Mathias Tronsue, vs the twp. of Scott. 21. Anna Barbara Deighrailler, vs Henry Deighmiller. 25. The Commonwealth of Penn at the relation of H. R. Kline, el al., vs Wes ley Bowman, et al. 2. Administrators of Joseph Paxton, dee'd vs William L Lance. 27. Hemlock twp. vs Elias Deitterich. To Drunkards. OLD DOCTOR BUCHAN'S Drunkard's Cure permanently eradicates the taste-for strong drink, and cures the worst case of drunkenness in less than eight weeks. Thousands of reformed inebriates now live to biers the da) they were fortunate enough to commence the use of this valua ble remedy. Price two dollars a package. Mailed to any address on receipt ot an order, by JAMES S, BUTLER, 429 Broadway New York. Sole Ag't for the U. S. August 9, 1865. 2m. EXECUTOR'S NOTICE. Estate of Christena Kisner, late of Madison township. I ETTERS testamentary on the estate of --4 Christena Kisner. late of Madison twp., Columbia county, have beea granted by the Register of said county, to Samuel Kisner, of Greenwood township. 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Y virtue of several writs of venditioni -f exponas and Levari Facias, to me di rected, issued ont of the Conn of Common Pleas of Columbia county, will be exposed to public 'ale, al the COURT HOUSE, in Bloomsbnrg, on MONDAY, THE 4TH OF DECEMBER 1865, al 1 o'clock in the lore- F I 1 . l r 1 1 - 1 ' nuuii ui oaiu uny, me louowing real estate )lo wit: A rertain tract or lot of ground situate in Greenwood township, Columbia co., con taining TEN ACRES more or less, bounded as follows: adjoining lands of Jacob Ger rard, Isaac Dewitt, William Mather, and others, whereon are erected a Grist Mill, a Story and a half Frame House, and two Stables, with the appurtenances. ALSO. One other lot of ground, situate in the county and township aforesaid, containing TWO ACRES and twenty two perches more or less, adjoining lands of widow Conner, Jacob Gerrard and others, with the appur tenances. ALSO, One other lot of ground situate in the county and township aforesaid, containing ONE ACRE more or less, adjoining I ands of Joseph R. Patton, Henry Stout, Ephraim Parks and others, whereon are erec.ed a story and a half Frame Dwelling House, and Frame Stable, with the appurtenances. ALSO, A lot of gronnd situate in the village of Rohrburg, Greenwood township, contain ing ONE FOURTH OF AN ACRE more or less, bounded by land late of the defendant and others, with the appurtenances. ALSO, One other lot situate in the village of Rohrburg, county and township aforesai d, iumi.iiiig rumi iu rtUL.tiri.S, ad joining lands of C. 81 E. G. Ricketts, where on are erecteda story 'and a half dwelling boue, and frame stable, with the appurte nances. ALLO. One other lot of gronnd siihaie in the village of Rohrsburj, known as the "burnt lot," containing FORTY NINE PERCHES, more or less, bounded on the west by Main Sireet, on the north by Main StrePt. on the east by lot late of James Lemon, on the soutn Dy lot ol Francis Koe, with the ap purtenances. ALSO, One other lot situate in the village of Rohrsburg, eounty and township aforesaid, containing twenty-one and one tenth per.) be the same more or less, adjoining lands of Robert Stout, and others, whereon are erected a story and a half frame house and frame stable, with the appurtenances. ALSO, One other tract or land situate, part in Franklin township, Lycoming county, and part in Madison township, Colun.biaco, containing one hundred and ten acres and one hundred and forty percbe more or lefs, adjoining lands of John Fox, Margaret Montgomery tract, Philip Young and others, wheteon are erected a frame dwelling house and frame barn, with the apportenar.ces. Seized, taken in execution and to be sold as the property of Wilson Ager. ALSO, The following described real estate situ ate in Ihe township of Scott, in the county ol Colombia, the first part thereof contain ing FIFTY ACRES & eighty nine perches of land, more or less, bounded and describ ed as follows: on the north by land of Peter Schug and John Ent, on the Souih by land of Samuel Mellick, on the East by public road" leading from Light Street to Orange ville, and on the west by land ol J. White and others, whereon are erected a Furnace, a Grist Mill, a two story frame dwelling house, a frame barn, five one story dwelling houees and a stable. The second thereof also in the said twp of Scott, containing Seventeen acres and four peiches, strict meanre, bonnded and described as follows: On the north by land of John While, on the east by laud of John White, John Eat and lands la:e of Samuel L. Beltle. The Third thereof si'nate.in the township of Mount Pleasant, county aforesaid, con taining four acres and sixty six perches, more or les, bounded on the north by land ol John White, on the south by land of Jno. White, on the eat by land of Peter Schug and John White, on the east by lands of John Wh'ne. The . Fourth thereof being all that two story Frame Store and Store House and lot of ground, situate in Light Street, coonty aforesaid, bounded on the easi by piibiic road leading from Light Street to Orange ville, on the west by land late of Samuel L. Beltle, on the north by an alley and on the south by a lot now or late of Wm Shannon and Charles Shannon, being lot No. 3 in the plan of the village of Libt Street. The Fifth being all thai certain lot of ground pituaie in Light Street aforesaid, con taining sixty feet front and one hundred and fifty feet in depth and No 4 in the plan of said Light Sireet, bounded on the east by road leading from Light Street to Oratigeville, cn the west by land late ol Samuel L. Beltle, oc the south by an alley r nd on the north by land now or !tte of one Johnsos, having erected thereon a two sto ry Frame Dwelling House, and two stcry frame stable, wiiii the appurtenances. Seized, taken in execution and to be sold as the property of Samuel L. Beltle. ALSO, All that certain tract or piece of land sit uate in Jackson township, Columbia co., containing FIFTY ACRES and allowances, bounded and described as follows to wit : on the nonh by lands of Wilson Roberts and Silas McHenry, on the south by land of Isa?c Lewis and George Hnrleyman, on the east by lands of Samuel Roberts and Edward McHenry and on the west by land of Samuel Rober's, whereon are erected a one and a half story frame dwelling house, a log stable, with the appurtenances. Seized, taken in execution and to be sold as the property of John Roberts. ALSO,- A certain tract or piece ofland situats in Locust township, Col.co., containing three hunJred and fifty acres more or less, boun ded and described as follows: On the west by land of John Rider, Nand others, on the north by land of Mr. Hiles, on the east by land of George Kreisher and others, and on tbe south by lands of Jonothan Hoagland, whereon are erected a Charcoal Furnace, coal house, saw mill, store house, six dwelling houses, batn and 6table, also a large barn and dwelling house on another part of said farm, with the appurtenances. Seized, taken in execution and lo be sold as the property of Samuel B. Deimer. ALSO, All that certain messuage, tenement and tract ot land in Locust twp., Columbia co., bounded and described as follows : begin ning at a white oak tree corner, thence along land of Jacob Idler and Kerns north three quarter degrees east, eighty five per. to a stone, thence along land of Benjamin Wagner, ea6t thirty four perches to a stone, thence by land of Frederick Schlee south three quarter degrees west, seventy eight perches and five tenths to a stone, from thence along land of Sarah Lee tenty nine deg'ees west, thirty six perches and eight tenths to a posl, thence along land of Jacob Idler, north fifty nine and one quarter de grees west to an apple three, from thence f.gjg s eight perches to the place of beginning, containing twenty five acres and forty one perches strict measure. Seized, taken in execution nd t be eoJJ as the property of Charle- William. SAMUEL SNYDElt, Sheriff's Office, 1 SherifJ. 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