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W. H. JACOB AND t. R- IKtLIB, KD1TPR
U1003SBCRC, WEDNESDAY, APR. IS, 1866.
S. M. PfTTENGUL & Co.,( 3? Park Raw
New York, are duly aDlhori2e:d to solicit anil
receive subscriptions and advertising for the
Star cf the Forth, published at Bloomsburg,
Colnmbiaconnty, Penn'a. .
p0IT COVEBXOR IN I8G8,
'. qi BECKS COUNT!'.
Contested Seat3 in Congress.
'Nothing mora clearly murks the despe
ration and disregard of- mora; principle
characteristic of the majiri'y in Congress,
than the decisions maJe ai the present ses
sion upon questions of contested seals.
Id the contested case between .Baldwin
and Trowbridge, of Michigan, the House
came to a decision in flit conflict wiih the
decision of the Supreme Court of that State
npon the right to vo'.e under itsjconstitu'.ior.
Even ihe Supreme Court of the United I
States holds itself bound to adopt 'the deci-.
sioni of the highest court of a State npon
all question arising upon the Constitution
and laws of thp State, - wtere ihey 'are not
In conflict with LVtteJ States law. Yet the
radical majority in Congress bcldly repedi-
a!ed the law or Michigan as pronounce! ny i
its nignesi yoan uiuujcu ui iiepuuinau , lr0n ai)tj reiicoie supporters oi w;e t re-i-judges)
in order to admit a Republican Jent'n constitutional meaaures ara defeated
rnember to a seal over a Damocrat. in elections, and the Radicals snccee l in
Next, in the case of Mr. Voorhees, of I.v niacins as chief executive of the State of
" diana, the grossest partisan outrage teas Connecticuf, an acknowledged and defiant
-committed..'- Mr. Voorheeh was returned 0ppoer of the policy of PresiJenl Johnson.
. electee? by a majority ofGve or six hundred, q8 wl(? ieen putlidy proclaimed, as
and look bis seat in the Mocsd. His seat t-eing as (ui;y atl(j ai:i,fclly wedded to rad
waa contested or. the ground that fraudu- icalim as Charles Sumner, himself, and
lent votes wers returned for h,im in several j one frr,rn.wlmm we may expect earnest
districts, and the contestant introduced a or ,0 con;inU(, tjie rule of adrnifii'aiion
evidence to show that more votes were j 5n thfJ 'h.inj4 0( lfl3 meri n(?w vunn as this
given for him (the contestant) at so-ne j Parne Tur.a ay, in a raani:cr "fanatical,
.of the poll lhan were reported.. The i tyrannical .jraitorous
evidence was far from satisfactory, b;it the j
Committee on Elections proceeded to set
astde the returns, under tna pretenc? that
they were fraudulent. Bat after deductii g
those returns, Mr. Voorhees still had a ma
jority. What then did the Committee do!
Why proceed to count in the contestant's
favor all the totes he haJproved were given
make Bp .nsj."rity for bin,! No votes
-were!3 2G'.?-J let Vo3rhe.es froa tse dis- j
tries tot lie kcxl re itstns -jrrr thrown cm j
or re-fcti; ta? e votes that coaU be
scrapeJ c;. cf lie :ts;is?ny were sWen j
ta his B5'..;rif!SVii!cr;hj: W"i '' known
'anJ Bttissia ibat ihey wsre Pemrcratic i
districts arJ ii Vco:L-es.had actoai'y re- j
ceived ft taijoritj of Jhe legal rotes cat in
cul" and a defeated mars :c3tnteJ i.t" by
.the Committee, and tbeir report was
. VUOpic I'j uo ucjiujiai.i uuujc.
The more recent case of ISrooks and
Podge from New York was eqnitly out
rageous. Brocks was voted out and Dodge
voted in upon evidence wbicb failed to sat
isfy many Republican raembars even of
the House. Bat party demanded the sac
rifice of right and justice, and they were
. But the-case cf Senator Stocktor: was
still more gross and scandalous. He wa,
in fact expelled from the Senate under pre
tence ol an undue election, in order to give
the radicals in the Sanaie a two-thirds vote
Ao overrule vetoes and pass Constitutional
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aoenumeiiiC. iue juuiuiary Luiuiiiiira
cf th& Senate (made cp mostly of Repub
licans) reported with but or.9 dissenlirg
.TOice that he" was legally elected and en
'titled to his seat. Bat although eleven Re
publican Senators voted Tor hira in the Sen--ate
along with the Democrats,he was turned
out and sent home by the radical majority.
And thus they obtained just tbe required'
two thirds vole to overrule tha President's)
eto of the Civil Rights Bill. The lads of
hi3 election are simple; and ihe law of the
casa very clear. The. two Houses of the
Wew Jersey Legislature rtel in joi: t Con
Tention to elect, a Senator and aJop'.ed rales
for their government, among which was
one that a. pIora!i:y of oie3 should be re
qnired lo elecf. The votij was taken and
jjir. stcciion receiTing a p uratity, was de
clared elected. , No otjsction or question
wa3 made, his credentials were made out
mrnct : ryr.fi A itn.-t in itnn lima )ia i T. W.a
aal in tha Senate. Finallv. na iia n.
- tecce for eipelline him, it was alleged ihat '
the Joint Convention, coold uot elect by a ard which, under the circumstances, . re
plorality rulp, although thera was no law fleets great credit or. tha Jud-.as who hasp
t.f the United biate or of iew Jer-ey pre
tenting any other! Besides lhe Joint Con
vention in. New Jersey had always mad
their own rules, and clearly had such au
thority as an incident ol their power of
These election cases which wa have no
ticed, show the true character of the Radi
cal Republicans in a stronj ligh'. They
ara unscrupulous, lawless, revolutionary
ami destructive in iheir whole p'oliey, con
duct and character.
President Johnson, Chief Ja.nice Chase,
lhe Secretary of "the Treasury, mid the Pus
Alaster General, have declared'their ol jec
tions to the unconstitutional lest, oath, snd
recommend its abolishment, vt raodica
tioa h Congress. The earnest' friends ol
reunion kiovy thit il ip. ab4olatelf imp-mi-
b!e until Congress shall have been forced
loaboluMheUiitxtlii'- 1 -
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file-. Johnson has publicly avowed his
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oppo.i.ion (o it ; snd every oiier man, who
is sincere ia his desire for lestoMtion, mo.t
also reSarJ it whh btility. I., Bnconi-
tutionality, however, will not bj, yarded
by the present treasor.ab:e and revolutonalv
Corpr.-bBt its direct violation of the
E.ecire amnesty, and of all , he priaci-
r:,s of .'restoration" demands Hi, the lesi
oa:h the indignant ccn.Jemnaiioi.i, and re-
pu ! ration, 'of every en? who iU -fuurti
s-Jfi Cf!-3r of tha Presidents po!i;r. .'
Arc they in Earnest ?
Since' the passage of the Civit. Rights
Bill by Congress, in opposition to the will
of the President, consMerab!e consterna
tion ha? a riser; in the circles of what has
recently been called Comervative Republi
cans, and this consternation becoming pub
lic has revealed somewhat more definitely
the chief object of the-e self-styled con
servatives. From the New York Times, we
gel 'direct information that the doing of
vhe radicals are 'fana'ical, tyrannical, trai"
torous," and that they would, if carried into
effect, "entail disgrace, disaster, destruc
tion upon the Union party." -
These assertions of fanaticism, tyranny
and treason in the principles and acts of
the Republican party, or hypocritically, the
Union party, in the words of the Times, are
but 4he echos of ihe truthful faying; by
Democrats, of the administration of the
Republicans for the five years last past,
and though a few interposals hare been
made by President Johnson recently, in the
performance of some honorable acts main
taining the Constitution and laws of the
land, yet Ihe same spirit of fanaticism,
tyranny and treason, is the only impulse
which gives motive to the Republican par
ty. The New York Times has, however
taken a stand with the President and ap
parently in direct opposition to the radi
cals ; iiiX.upon a minute search of the rea-
80ns for ihi course, wa find the only rca
gon a te, that because of the wrongful con- j
d Uct ol the great mas of Pepublicans, it r
Jearns the truth of the declaration ol Sen- J
atfr Lane1 of ' Kansas, lhai "the Republican
party is crumbling to pieces." And while
wa find the Times thus casting stones at
lne radicals, we notice in the same columns.
expressions of great gratification, when the
There is no other conclusion for ns then.
thaw these men, called contervative Republi-
cans, are the basest ot the ba?-e Reputdi
cans, and, instead of earnestly supporting
President Johnaon's constitutional acts in
honesty and Iratb, are the mere tools of
policy, "playing second fiddle," with the
Radicals, while the harmot y of the Con
stitution mar be destroyed, and aiding,
by their votes for the most promiMercl fauat-
ica l0 prepare a safe track np-an which the
tjernon cf tyranny may ride safeiy upon
:he pe?p'e, and crushing the vitality of ihe
Constitution, ths Republican pirty'may not
crarab:e !0 pieces but remain to administer,
,bey WAy thc call piiolccei allowed
,0 citIZ3ns.t rjot'iighu tecuied b) fixed and
There may, however, le ui hin the cir
cles of .these conservative Republicans,
honest and noble men, desiring the su
premacy ol law. and ihe removal of op
pression, there no doubt are many ; but Ihe
course of the Times, Air. Kaymond's-Re-pnblican
representative from Ne w York
own sheet indicates, aye declares. dishonrst
and most craven cowardice.
We demand these coiservi lives to go for
or against the President, at all times, for
candidates in popular elections who favor
the Presidents policy, as well as give a
meagre support, and still more raea:tr) in
fluence, in Representative Hall.
We ak them : Where are you ? Are
yon with the Union party, which, accord. n?
lo the President's declaration, must be in
favor of his policy or can bo no Union
party, or are yon against the Union ?
Jude BIcck's Argument.
We bare very great satisfaction in laying
before ocr reader. this week, a!! of the ar
gument of Judge Rlack.on the Indiana con
spiracy cases, for which wecansj are room.
We will conclude it next week. It is the
j be.l 5ppecb eter rtade ty mortal man', and
touches ihe heart ol popular Sreedom as
with a live coal -
Its poi-i'.ions are- impregnable, and tbe
arguments l y wbicli they are sustained and
defended, unanswerable Delivered as it
wa, belore ih Supreme Court ol Ih Uni
ied States, a majorry of whose Jodges are
IiepuMican, and in so far, preilnpoeed in
decide against JuCse , Brack ; the decision
in bis favor, which he lorced from the flench
by the mere pjwer of law an I loic, is a
lriornPb cl which he may ever be procd,
risen alove party clamor and rrere political
c'.p-irap, and sustained the law and ibe
We have before us here, then, this son!
inpirino; fpectacle that almost before ICe
official pruclamation of Teace, lhe highest
Judicial tribunal in lhe land, in a solemn
judgment, pronounces the position of the
Democracy on the subject of "military com.
missions," lo have been sound, leaal, and
constitutional. In the face of persecution,
vituperation, chains, basti!es, and death, we
held io popular rights under lhe civil law.
Those rights are nets conceded.
That, feliow-citizens, is a triumph, not
for a day, -bui for all time. GtrJ op yoor
thank God, and take courage. The
world is not going back. .
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are lots ot political sinners on the anxious
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beach, who need but a hearty invitation to
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Pf' ? "V"'6 ,hem to. Cme
h" F T a ! 7'
Zln wV 7 f?'"
m!" ? WP K'Z ' iZ"
la.r, Roben J. W,lker, and
Jforn Sooner, Slovens, iorney & Co.!
Why, then, tboglJ no tho masses of their
party da iba same ? - .
- Columbia County in Court.
FORT MIFFLIN PRISONERS. . -
THE INDIANA CONSPIRACY CASK3--TUR SENTENCE
OF THE MILITARY COMMISSION EKCLAHEIML
LlGAAL. - , ; .
In the (Tniteil 'States Sapreme Coon, the
Indiana conspiracy caes came op for de
cision. The Chief Jusifce 6aid, in case No.
350 ex p'irte in the matter of Lamb-Jin P.
Millisan, petitioner, ihe .following order
is directed by a majority ol the court to be
entered in thit cause,' and the lika order
will be entered in No. 365 rxpirteln the
matter of VVm. A. IJjtvInv aVd in No 376
ex pule in the matter of .Stephen Horsey.
'I'm cause came on to be heard on th tran
script of the record from the Circuit Court
of the United States for the - District of In
diana, and on the points and questions on
which the said judges' of the Circuit were
opposed in opinion, and which were cerli
fied lo the court for its opinion agreeably
to the act of Congress in sucti cases made
and provided, and was argued by counsel.
On consideration whereot the Court i of
Is', Tht on Ihe fact rated in saidpeli:ion
and exhibits ttie writ ol habeas corpus ought
lo be issued according to the prayer ot the
Second, That on the facts sta'ed in said
pen ion and exhibit the said Larnbdin P
Miltigan ought to be discharged from cus-
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cording to the act of Congress parsed
March 9. 1R63, entitleil an act relatm to
habeas cor pu anil regulating judicial pro-
ceeilmas in certain case.
-Th.il d, Thai on th tacis tated in said p
litio;i and ext.ihi: i'ie trnliiary commission
inuntioned therein hd no jtrisdiciinn l
unity to iry a' d senienre ' said Lnnihiliti 1.
Miilmmi in manner rind lorrn as in paid pe-
I ti : ion and extiitus are htied, and it is there -
j upon now hern ordered and adjudged oy I i M tt 1 U e t ual face with which nature bles'd
I .t, conn that it be certified to the S.d ; bin Jjouf ' JcaM ag0 his hair wai black
i Circuit Court. I am instructed to say that . . i ir
S .hQ opinion of the Court i, these c.v-e aS J-k lt Is hoary- 1Ie " ,w.ea,rjr
I wHlt.e rend'ai the next term, when such of j exile, and aDXiou t return to lli homo
j the ds.-eniiii idg?s fit lo tin so will ' and friends. Iu the hope of accotiiplisb
etate 'he grout's oi their dissent. The rea- j ,nr this end, Ex-do'CDor 1'iii'c. cf New
i-on why the rpi-iior. ol ihe Court is not d.i. ; jesoy a warm personal fricud and col
, i.vered now i, th.t thrt ca-e were reached i q thc Oencral jn lue OongrcBS of
i mi Ute in the term tht the Court had not . rfT i t . - i .
i time tu prepare .. opinion. Uaitctl bute, prc,w to the late
An immense crowd was in I he court- wr, baa proceeded or will shoit.y do BO
I room, and ihe delivery of the opi.i.on was j to Washington, arjd hive in interview
I received with th deepest interest. j with titc President. We trust that thc
It will be remembered that Col. Freeze, President will tutc-.-tle to the rrq'Jest.
!'.Mr. Alrrk and Mr Merr, counsels f r De- ' Hi relations with Mr. Ureckinridge f rior
! rendatits in The Colombia County case-, put ' to the late poll ical estraaemeut, were
in a p'ea tc the jurisdiction of the "Milt- ! TP-t! ff itntllj, il not positively cordial,
ilary commlsMM,,," convene I to try :htJ S Bj-iJcs there H uo charg-5 aga.o.t Gcn-ipri.nrier.-i.
Thai rlea t y ord-M from Wash-cral 15v-kinridgc that we are aware of.
. ! All the po htical pnsooci?, save two. have
: irig'.onr-w as overrn'ed end disallowed ; and i , , , K .. ' ,
i , ... . ' ; been releaca from coulioemcnr. iMal-
Ihe causes were ordered .o proceed. The q gt epheui, Seddon, IlanU-r. Judge
evidence ev.ry case of cuivu iion was I (jpbell, all except the Pre.ideLt and
puuuM.ea.ao,, -.t was universally pronounc-
ed ona'is!ae ry neonctoire irreleva v.ab-
j s.ir I or taNe. And now the heat of pasion
believes our citizpns to have been 2'iity ol
any crime or mideme.innr een in intent :
j a d the tact that the whole tNing was a
j mere political raid, for a little personal re-
ver.ee is ahsobve'y se!ed.
i lint r.oH' come, wiilnn et;hteen months
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i of the rr.ccK trial by the military commis
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a r.-rut,. juu.i.r.M, r-unnuuctU vy
J the chief Justice ot the Unit.'d Stales, that
"the military cn-nmi-ion mpiuiuiied there-
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I ami sentence,"
j Tho.e lnd:ar a caes were in every way
I u roner, in their way.'han tese in Colum-
m nrf : r ( () a,.Tt u In ifit
bia county, oppose a-iy of our citizens
had teen buna as some blood-thirsty aboli-
tionists here boas ed and lei'ed they
hnn!,l tff. what wnnl.l tmvr hrnP of it
necks of th mililary commi!ioa which
pronnDnceil the F-eMence ? "AlURPER in
the firt dfree," woutJ be lh ferner.ee ol
acisilcoart a2int each member of the
commission. If th cornmif-ioa hat! 'no
j drisi.1 iciion ' lha jn.rrr. errt ami ererjrihing
in pnr-oance thereot w void I
What then becor. of t. fin- r.f S500
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which Vi'!iam A i j.!-rna' ,'i. ty t
sentifnce ? W hat of the several il-.ousan;!
1 ot dollar e.xpen-f- t which our citizens
wera siibj'ct.-J ? Will Canton order il to
be re uiJed ? It was wrot g'ul y, i legally
anl unlawfully fi'cre,i from l.'n'tn. Let corn-
plete ai.;l arnple iuvice be .Ions.
And yon, iristigator of tr:l ontra
Hide vonr 'aces in rhame t Your own
conn pronounces yon diarared, your acts ' numpers for saie by the news dealers.
per?ecu'ion,your coarse illegal ,yonr tribunal ! Address Diiacoa & Peterson, Val
f:r punishment uuiawlul, and you defenders nut Street, Philadelphia.
of the outrage j t 1 1
John W. Fobnsv, d. d.. !.k3 Dr. 1' John, Trexton April lO.-Frank S MtlN.Dem
. ... . ' ocratic candidate for Mayor, and the whole
is getting desperate 10 hi wan.r.2 fortunes, t Democra:ic liclcet wa, elecjeJ lo.day-
Friends and subscribers are deer:in.j him ! , , , ,
... , ,., . . ! W e congratulate oar o'd and excellent
on every side; aad. like (he Dr. he i , . . ,, ,. .. , , ,
,. . , , - friend. Mr. Mill, upon his good luck, in
sending out circulars ar.d prospectuses, be '- i . . " . , , ,
, . ' r ,1 having been elected for lhe six cottiecu-
tuiy iju iiiiiMu.-in iot mi nun atiu afis-
laiRc. a ucduuiu c a u .i nun u uie
spaniei ihey make u( taomelves. Crawl.
j in; and wbming lor the "aid" of men who
despite them as well as their professed !
i poliiics, for principles they have none.
j After teaching for five years that the
i President is the government, ihey now, be-
cause lhe present h curr.hetu cannot be con
j trolled by ihem or their associates!" in their
; schemes of disunionim and negro equality,
eat iheir own word, contradict the teach
i ings of years, deny the iru'h of their former
I doctrines, and solicit lhe people io toilow
j their winding, and say amen to their va
j rious c on radictory assertions,
j And ihey loth talk of the "high moral
j tpne:; of iheir respective papers. The one,
1 edited by a government leech, who has
been false to almost every social and moral
obligation, who became the tool through
whose instrumentality a poor woman was to
have been exposed and ruined and who
more lately betrayeJ the men who raised
him from nothing, to place and power ; ard
tbe other but this community knows Dr
John. and it is not necessary we should draw
Presipest Johnson has approreJ iho hi! 1
appropriating SSOO,000 10 reimbc.-e lhe
.Sta'e -of Pennsylvania. On tne announce
ment, in the Legislature ai llarrisbur,?, that
the bill had passed Congress" a vole of
thanks wa irnmediate'y letidered by reso
lution to. the Pennsylvania Members and
especially to Governor Curtio and others
who were l Washingtoa procuring its pas
saie. This is ouite sn item to Pennsviva.
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The editor of the Nkiional Intelligencer
is a man named Coyle. What an appropri
ate name for a Ccfpfheid. KncxvitU Whig.
The editor ol thv ICnoxville Whig, is a fel
low named Brcwnlotc, A most Qlticg came
tor a nigger bvsr . f
"Uti, isn't that pretty !?' remarked a
lady upon seeing what is called in ihe cus
tom ol temale "the pattern bonnet" at a
rrtiliioery shop of our town. Well, we eaw
the beautilul thing, and, without doubt it
was pretty;but we thought it would ha' e a d
us much in distinguishing the fine parts of
it, it we shou'd have had a magnifying
glass. It was so very small thai we imag
ine it will scarcely protect the fitfely adorn
ed "snuks"' from jhe scorching rays of sun,
and give it a fair chance for health and
beauty. Arid " these bonnets cannot be
worn except on snakes." Bit th9 ladies
have a great variety of fashion to select
from. If they do nut admire iie snuke bon
net, they can examine the ' Gypsy," which
in appearance and shape is something like
an old fashioned mud scraper; or Ihe
Jockey, which is a very neatly goi en np
little hat ; or another ohoice is soil left, for
there is the Sundown, a misnomer, proba
bly, lor it U an admirable machiae to keep
the sun from pouring his heat down upon
the heads of the ladies and should be called
a sun np it is Iika a large butier-bowl,
wom Upsi,!e down upon the head, and
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fastened there by some sort ol tackie.
Iho Pardon of General John C.
The Petersburg Express contiias the
following: ' We have intelligence direct
from Toronto, G-tnad i, where Geteral
Hreckinridgo is now residing. lie says
that Lis health is good, but that care is
cuakirj" iU mark upon the birjdauiDe and
I CUj Wh7 kcep (Jeneral Dreck-
j,,,, ,n cx,lc. re CiU sce EO reason
for so J01Ug ; and, doubtless, tbo Presi-
Lis homo his family anj friends.
The Lady's Fuiend. Among tbe
erubeHisbtJi'Mits f-r May ara tbe fiDe sug
ge.live picluie, '"The return of the Swa!-
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ful Fashion Plate, comprising costumes
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' for riding and other lively, out door
, milipnlnr4. thft WOO. -rtilt "t OTerh flhs "
illustrating the story "How Dr. Rounder
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beat his boys;" and l,Tho liird Lover,
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accouipatiieo uy a pica.-iug bc'.vju.
j patterns for dress arc unusually capt;va-
t ng Ao evening liodtce, a Promenade
Jacket with ITod, a Morning Dress, an
livening I otlette. an lmbrotdcred Apion
j Hats, Caps and Il. ad-JreC3, patterns
j f r Kniftiog, Crochet, &o. are among
''. them. The stories are as usual varied
and excellent, Una Locke contributes
'lrava Heart of a Woman;" Euilie
Lester Leigh 'Life's Saddest Loss;"
Tracy Towne th lively sketcit "No
r.iins. NoCJain?:" Ati2Ut 1511 ibe
quattit and charming s:ary "iwninii a
SoTa," Mr. M F Aidps ''Why l Le-
came Govenor;'' atjd Krniiii li. Fk!pley
che Cov.cvm of thc interesting story of! fu tlie tloo,. oear lhe Led'uas found
.'. m t .1 s"
"Ztilah." Then there arc poems by
. FioreDC? Percy. Phila II. Case, Mrs.
Annie Uacbe, Mrs. Ann-: Sears Fiske,
and 'tbcr, aad in con?!usion, editorials
book notice', receipt and fashion.
' Price S'-i 50 a year; 2 copies 81.00;
1 -viz Ti'; .
, R copies anu one prarts; piu. . nrctr
j V If ikon's celebrate I Scirinr Mactints
i u'c jwnt-tc -er.,, c.ugic
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live terms Mayor of Treuion. 1 he Detnoc -
racy ol that ci v know how to appreciate t tie
services of a fai'httil Municipal Chief Man -
! i'trate. Air Mills has discharged the dutie
, of the Mrtjorality oflicd for fire tsrin, and j
served twice in the Lejislarurc cf New
( Mayor Mil's was lhe founder of the Co-
Li'." bia Democrat This was about thirty
ve-irs a"0. Mpssh Ir-.-rrn and Mills run
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it one year, Col. Henry U ebb, ten years,
i o "i t . . t. i .
and Col. Tate nu.eteer. vears. Its future
history is yei to Le published.
Aliens, Attfntion. F.ery alien who
does nol wis-h to be governed by negro
votes, should take out his natr.raliza'.ion pa
pers at May Court. Two witnesses most
le preeot lo prove reulence. Solfiers
can set full papers at once, npon one year's
residence. Lei every case be attended 10
by .lhe parties and their friends. .T hose
who "declare iheir intentions" now, can be
prepared to vote for PreiJent in 1SGS.
No witness is needed in filing "inten
lions." Aliens resijenl five years in lhe country,
three years of which were before ihey were
21 years of age, can pet full pipers on first
application with proof of the fact.
Is the National H-ns of Representatives
on the 6ih inst.. Mr. 'Brooks, (Democrat)
from the Eighth Di!rk-I of New York, was
declared nol entitled trvi sent by a vote of
S4 yeas, 10 Ao nays. Mr Dode, (Disunion)
was at the same time voted in.
George F. Edmunds, of Vermont, was
appointed to fill the vacancy occasioned by
the death of U. ?. Senator Foote. The oath
of office was administered to Mr. Edmunds
or. the 5ih inst., acd he lock his seat as
Senator. . 5 . .
Two ent'ue Families butchered in cold Blood
The victim have then tkutli crushed and
throat cut. Robbery the only motive. -A
Jjmilu murdered in Virginia. A woman and
thiee children butchered. They ate hacked to
death with an axe.
Philadelphia. April 12. The fam
ily of Mr Christopher Deeriug, cousist
iDg of seven persons, were fcood murder
ed yesterday, They resided in Jones,
lane, about one. half mile from thc old
Point Hou!-c road, aboot three ai'ca ba
low the JSavy Yard.on what is called the
"Neck." Mr Dfering's family consisted
of himself, wile and hvo children, a rela
tion named Elizabeth Dolan, and a boy
who has resided with ihe family for sev
eral years, and known to the neighbor
hood by the name of Cornelius. In ad
dition to tho above, a German was en
gaged by Mr. Deeriog to do work around
the premises, and who, with the boy Cor
nelius, is missing at the prceent time
The bodies were found thrown toccth
er in a barn, a short distance from the
dwelling house. In each instance the
heads were knocked in and the .throats
cut, in some cases to such an extent that
ihey were nearly decapitated. The father
and Mr9. Doluu were found lying side
by side in the barn, terribly disfigured
and covered with hay, and in an adjoin
irig sort of corn-crib was found the body
ol Mrs. Dtjericg, surrounded by four of
her children , all so mutilated that intlec-
tification was almost impossible; the
ages ot the children ranging from e ght
years to an innocent of fourteen month?.
1 b j last seen ol any of the family was
last Friday morning.
There is every reason to suppose that
the murders were committed lat-t Satur
A reward cf one thousand dollar has
been ollered for the apprehension of the
murderer cr murderers.
Ao additional victim to thc horrible
tragedy dosvD thc Neck was discovered
this morning. The body of Cornelius
Carry was found under a Lay stack, his
bead crushed with a hammer, and Lis
throat cut. Tho clothes of the supposed
murderer were fuund stained with
The IJulletin gives the following de
scription id the mpposed assassin ; A
German, named Anthony or Antoine,
aged 23 lo oO, height 5 lect 11 inches,
very muscular, light complexion, light
hair, slight mou-tache and goatee, pim
ples on the face round shou dercd , walks
slow taking long stride", fpe;iks impcr
feet English. One thousand dollars is
offered tor bis arrest.
The murderer of the Dearing family,
Antoine Ganther, alios Probst, has been ar
rested He confesses his g'Vut, and states
that the murder was committed with an
axe, and that h-s had an accomplice who,
like himself, was drunk when the her
rid deeds were done. Later developments
50 to show that he haJ no accomplice ; but
that he committed the murder cT the en
tire family alone, and lor ihe hellish pur
poses of robbery an I revenge, lie is io
safely lodged in M lyametiMng prison,
where he is every day reve.ilnig lacis in
the case, which are Ustenmg Ihe awlul
crime solely upon him.
THC FAMILY .MUUDEU IN VIR-!
GIN I A.
Fhedrickskuro, Va., Ajril 10 15CG.
A honib'.e mnrtier w;t3 ccmniitted
Dear Warsaw, Uichtuond Connly Va.,oL j
the morning of the lid instant. A man j
by tbe name ol Julim JIa!l west into7 the j
kitchen were a colored woman and ber
j lhree children were, and, with nn axo
1 kli!cti thin all. The woman wasfound
,k ,,,w1,l!, nf r ff,,nr w!t..r.
one of tbe children, a gi :tboat seven
years of ago, with her braius ruut.ing
nut: another h.-e vcars Old aria an m:Uli
not yet a year old, were found lying j
near th-s fireplace with Ibtir skulls
feaia.ed in. Il-dl was arretted aDd com-
trittt d to jail lor trial a: tbe nest term
0f tj1P court.
ylfter be had committed tho deed he
told his wife that he had done i"; be
then went to Lis father's some four mile
distant, and toid Lis father what be had
dene "that be didn't want to do it, but
stated that something told him be mast
doit." Ha said this woman bad never
done anything to cause liioi to do as he
had done. Hall seems very muca ac
pressed and has evinced a ili-position to
I kill him-elf. He having acted in a
i , 1.
i stracr"? manner for somuttmi past. It
ia supto-cd that his n.ind was in a de-
1 racgtd condition at the time the deed-was
Lrt tha p?ipltj remember that the
republican Legislature his committed
another outrage on the rights of the tax
payers, by voting, in addition to his pay a
a member, three hundred dilurs to a Mr
Dir.k. a member of the lower House, fur
I acting as chaplain during the ess'oti, a
duty whicn any clergyman in tiarnsoorg
wonld have done for nothing. "That the
way ocr money goes,'' in a republican Leg
islature. I A It 11 IKD.
Ai Williamsporf, March 22 1, hy Kev. T.
C. Lincoln, Mr Arthur Brandon ol Danville
Pa., and Mis Ciara A. Appletna-.i, ol
On ih 10th inst., by Ihe Ker. Wm. J.
Ejer, Mr. GT Krep, to Ml Mary C
Brown, both ol Montour coonty, Pa.
On the 12. h int., by lhe same. Mr. Joh't
Aer lo Mis Sarah Haopha, both of Locust
twp., Colombia county.
AtTownhill, on ihe Ilth inst., by TJe.
E. Wadsworth, Mr. laa S. Brit ain to Mis
Eliza B. UUtts. both of Town Hill, I.uz., co
I) IJU) .
In Hemlock township, on Mondav lhe
16th inst., Henry Gomboy, aged about 86
In Mountp'eaan! twp , on lhe 1st inst.,
Alfred Eeritt, aged 2J yotrs, G months
and 8 day.
In Greenwood twp., on lhe 1st inst.,Tan
cy MeMichael, aed about 87 years.
In the tame place, on lha 7th inst., Geo.
McEwen. aged about 80 ysars.
In the same place, on the 13:h inst. Sa
rah L. daughter of Efias and ZJebecca Mill?,
1 year, 5 raonths and 9 days.
In Catlawissa, Colombia county," Pa., on
Tnet-day, April 1 Ith 1866, Airs. Elizabeth
Ropen, relict of Peter Forrtwald, aged 92
years, 6 months and 7 days.
Elizabeth Rupert, the deceased, was born
in Reading, Berks county, Pa. October 4th.
773, and was baprizeil and connected her
self with lheRetormed Church in that place
in 1588. She was married to Peter Forn
waU on the 13th day ol epjembcr, 1793,
by the Rev. Philip Pauley, Pastor of ihe
reformed church, in Reading, where the
ceremony was periormed.
In ihfl year 1796, she, with her husband
moved to the towti of Cattawissa, in then
Northumberland county, and resided there
until tpr death. They htid pn children,
four sons and six daughters. Nine ol ihem
afained their majority oe son died in his
Mrs. Fornwald lived to follow to the crave
her husband Hfid five of her children. She
lelt surviving, tw sons and three daughters
thirty-nine yrand ch ildren, seventy-six great.'
Ilit a. . . 1
cranu cntniren living, -anti twenty -eight
dead, and two ereat-grat yrand cnildren.
She died where she had lived lor nearly
three quarters of a century, lull of year
and of honors, retaining the love ol fie
community, and in the enjojment ol all h?r
facul ten. At last she rests Ironi her labors.
VHEAT,ifir liuhcl. 2 no
RYli " " 1 (XI
Rl.'CKWHK XT, 1( 0
KUHH! per -.' lid
Ft. AX PEED - 2 511
UL'tKU UEAT Flour. 50U
3 1 Ml
HAY hy th? ton.
CHICKENS, per pair. 5U
THILADELFHIA FLOUR &G3AIN I.IARKET.
CORRECTED WKKKLT FOR Tfl R "DEMOCRAf !DTAR."
What Fluiir per barrel. Extra ....
do do do Family...
Wilt at. While, tier bu.-h'.'l
do KmI. d ,
do Amber do
Cum Yi'llow, do
(! tut'.- do
Ilurkwh-nt MertI ,
. .6 50
. .2 M
to a il
.1,01 to l,(Mi
3 pr 100 IIm
v. si. oj:e:is,
OF Lisht Street, Co'unibia County, annonnca liim-(.-lf
as a cnn.liit.itfl fur ilm n!iic f (-'ounty Su-pprilit'-ii
di-nl of f'oiiiiiifiii Srll.)'ll (if lhi- roiill ty , at
tin., cniiinu' cl'.T.tiini 011 Tuc-aiiay,ltie IstoI'May. next.
April I". l-fl'iC,
VJOTIt'E i liorehy civen, to all persons interest-
W: ffiUUll, J II '- llif Ui ll'il ;iLit; Willi lilt (leiOfr I
tlie luy ( ourt, will find -ny liooks, .luriii'' that week.
only, in ill - K giter' s dlticc in the Conn House. f"r
the eon venii nr.! of settlement;! . nnl therfafter in
the Justices OM'icn . 'J'niiely m.liir havinz been giv
en fir m-itlement. if puttied a little, will li.iv1 110
just- aue of roiiiplaint. LEVI L TATE.
Mooinsburg. April l-i, "C6. -Itt
1111.1111 u.jvaut, j iu iue L'nin 01 tommon ricai
vs. Sot (.nlumiiiM Comity,
Hi tphena Evani. ) And now to nit: April IT:
1-tiCi, an alia yiil.poona in d vorce bavins been re
turned. ;iiil respondent not linvia; been fuuiiJ in tliu
County, rule upun respondent to tlmw why m
civuric us prayed forin tins said case, by the sail
plaiuiiir should nt be decreed in the alxivc gutted
rase . returnable to the saM Cou rt on the first day of
May Term, liil,
SWUEL SNYDEE, SlicrilT.
Itlixiiusbiirg, Aj ril 11, lKi.
D'EPINEUIL & EVANS,
Civil En-ineers and Patent Solicitors.
Xo. 435 WALNUT ST It PET , Philadelphia.
PATENTS soliriti-it fTonsisltatinns on rnineerin
Iiranotma and sketches, Model and Maohmery
of all kinti m ads and il'nlly aitenleil to. Special
n'tention civ. 11 to i: KJ M 'l LT CASEd and INTER.
Kt.itl.NCI.A'. Auttientic Copies of ail Ujc J infills
frr:in Patent t'f.ire procured.
N l!. Save youriln-s u.cI:j trouble and trav
el, ng expi'iises a there is noartnai ii'-ed for pers m
alintervuw w nil us. All tmsine- with tli-se Otli
ci'S c-iu b'.- traiMaeted in writing, for f irmer in fur
ination direct as above, with eiaiup enclo-cd for Cir
cular with relerencs.
April ti, l-ti'. Jy. J W.
C. C. MAIUl'S
I have opened a new 5tore at the old stand of Di
viil triiup, on M tin street. Illooniburg, auJ will
keep 011 Land a general asrortuient of
Siti-h as Pry Coo ls, Notion. Orarcri m. Tin-.var.i,
iiarlvar.. I't-ilur nul Willow Ware, Drbti1,
L I. -ctionar y. (ila-s-Wnre. Totucco . Hat a.
, w! ic!l'i , r,;,,,u g.'.iiii.'jr ai a very low figurs ror
r. Cell aid .
C C. MARR.
Ll.-n:i-tu:re, April 1-?, l-ffi tf.
A LLlllKi: TO Y0l.(i 3IL..
Jt.?T pul lished, in a Felled envc-
"llf nature, tr.-iit iiifiit z.nd r n ical cure of
t mpe. i rici: o irnip. ivriure on iii
1 ''' fn rtiintorliora, or i-miiial We.-ikunii.
Invo'untarv Umistf im. sexual 1). Lility anj luipi'il
iinciits to iliirii.-ise P'-nt-rnlly. .'rv'UnSl Coii-
. .. I t.V. - i .1 t ,!...: ,
,l;lllf:tl'll, t-fll-!'-J . . "tnui una i iibici
jiici i icny. 1 .T ...... , . ... .. ...... w
ert J. culvtrwell. .M.l.. author cf tbj-oreen Look,
, , ., ... , ., .
i-hn m-r.rl.1 renowned anthor.in this adm.rnM.; I.ec
... J ( . IT AI..... . I'., K..K.
, - .. .
...... r n.r v t.rf.e4 Iri'inbw rsWM exifvru-nue.tlutl
the nwl'iil c"iic'iiienc'-i of tfclI-Abuse may be efl'.-ct-nalty
ri inovi d w it linul Ml ilicine, and without dan
p r''U.J sur?n-al ope rnti'ms, tionele. int trumeiiK.
rinjf.or cor.1i::W. pointins oiitamo.ie of cure at
once certain and effectual, by wlucli every sutt'erer.
no mailer what his condition may be, may cure
himself rlie-tply, privately and rntlically. Tins Lec
ture w il I prove n boon to t housaiios. f-eut uader
(seal to any atldref in a plain envelope, on receipt
ot tiix rents or tw u postage (.tamps. Also lr. t'ul-
verwell Mauiaee f.unl-, price -. cent-. Address,
C II A--.S C. KLIN 1'. CO..
Howery. New 01k. 1 O. box 4jC.
April l5, lSi,ti,ly IVaj&Co.
an t after )
tO.M , ! pril lt.-. passenzer
lowms named hours :
M..il ouih ttiox. Mail North.
L i. K4.i am Wittiamsport Arr. ii l. p.m.
U.I7 "Muncy Dep. 5 4j "
' i' 4' " W its uitJsvn ii.lii "
1'J.Otl ' Milton ' 5 Ot
it) i' I'anviile 4 U i "
ll.OO" Knpert " 4 hi
11.10" Cui.iwissa ' 3 50 '
IJ 1- p m Kiiistnwn "
MltH ii in in it J.5.
' 1 0 " Uuakako " 1 4;l "
l.- ' L Mnliaiioy June. ' . i .-')
" 2. l. " Dine Tainaqua. L'ine J.1H "
" 4ii ' Kendnt; il4)af
Xrr 7.1)0 riuladeiplii.i sou
I tii or Mauch Chunk. 000
No change of cars between ilimnunnrt and Phil-
a'lelphia. UEO. W. WLtJ J. tfapt,
Aprjl H, 1;S
'pTT "nderfirned respectfully announces to the
1 pi! ;ic that he keeps con-tantly on band, at his
olj.uiid, one door below Lutz'd Drug tflore.
(til Cloth, an d rpper Window Shades, Cords. Tas
sels and Fixture, for Pictures., &c. oi th very
latest n les. and is prepared. to do all kind 4 of paper
huii'itis to order.
E. J. TflORTON.
Plootu-biirj, April -I 1-0'i. tf
TIUYKKSE JlKOiiS, H TERM.
nLOOM Casper Thomas. Joseph Darktr-y, Jacob
Iti-.XTOV Rhr Mcllenry, Geor To'tst.
Catawissa Jacob :i.tywel!. Solomon Shuman Win,
Creanv. Win Fyer. (Jeore. Virr.
COW Mi II A Si Joseph K. Knittte, Reuben Wasser
FK N K LI -Clinton Mendenhall,
Ct:Ct Woon-Uaac Ikcler,
UK LOCK-Cb-irles Neihart,
JACKiN-lichael Remley. ,
LOCUST John Lvi land, "(Jcorgc Theil, George
Fette rman. John Yesger.
MIFFLIN John Suyder,' Win. F. Keller, Thomas
MOUNTPLEASANT-John II. VanJerslic-. Tho.
M A IV John N't:. Wahinston Fifher.
MONTOUR Peter M. KabuerW iu liollingshead.
ORANGE HirnuiE Kliue.
i-COTT Milton E Cox, Pete' Eut, Eli Crcvcline.
Sb'OARLOAF Joshua Rrink
Eloonisbor g, April 11. IfcCG.
GR AKD JCR0RS-3IAY TERM, 1S6G
BI.OOM Arutttis Mgnn. - -
H'tt. BERWICK, Jameg Jaeobr.
CENTRE Kroner II. He,
FiHH I NGCREEH Oyrna Mcflsnrv,
I.OCUT Pilau DoHion. Juhn Klin.
MAOISON- BiU. Welliver Hugh McCollua., Jawb
E. Wf ihvcr, Richard Fruil. ,
1 INb-Enorh Fo. Abijah Girtou.
KIT. ARLOAP. Alina. Cole.
8COTI Duniel anyder. Aaron Boon, CharUa L,
$25. THE ftos.
Union Businrss College
HANDEL AND HAYDN HALL,
Eighth and Spring Garden St. eels.
THOMAS MAY PIERCE, A. M.
President and Consulting Accountant.
Extriordinary Inducements I
NOVEL it TERMWEXT ARRANr.FJtfENT Oi
ItUSINESS COLLEGE TERVI8.
From April 1 toOctcocrrr 1885,
AND SUCCEEDING TEARS.
LIFE SCHOLARSHIPS, including Rookkerplnx, Tim
inrv Corn-FponditnM. Form and C'llftoms, Com-
morrial Ariihuiulic. Riisiih-rs Penmanlup, Dettot
ing Counterfeit Money, Sc. Coiniiiercial Lar,
SCHOLARSHIPS, inclmlins same subjects ag above,
Tiuie limited to three inootlis,
Penrnanghip, three months, . . - . . . fif
Penuiuuntiip Ac Arithmetic, threo months - IU
Tim (.avinu of coal and gas in the summer montl-a
an "'IvantaBe of such importance as enables f tan
inaiini-ment of this College to make a cuusiderahltj
ruductiou in the summer rates.
Trom October l,ii8C6,to AprU 1. 1867i
succeeumi; years, as before.
Life Scholarhips . .
Scliolardrips, 3 months, - . . . f.,
I'-.nm inslnp. 3 iiioihIi. . . .... yi-i
Periinatithip and Arithmetic, 3 months, . - $1 -2
SrEciiL 'it r.ms ro Cixbs, Soldhrs. ikd roa tu
tum or Mim.tikd Tncnsiis.
DAY AND EVENING 1NSTSUC
'I ION FOIt BOTH SEXES
AND ALL AGES,
in Rankin?, Storekeeper, Sookkecpin. Penman
ship. Pen lira-ting. Plioimeraphy, Arithmetic, Mem
suratinn, Algebra. Geometry , Analytical Geometry,
'I hn C.ilrulm, avi-alion. turTeyin?. Engineering,
Oanriiis. .Mining, Mechanical Drawing, Commercial
I w, (J.rman, 'J'clegraulilni, and the EnKllsti
Uranrhrg, a', nioilerat- prices.
i.nuerxeu t.y me public as the most succosful Bit.
1 our uunarra ana I wo Sladcnls
kave entered in the '
F iRtr Six. MoKTns or its Existexcs,
TriDcipals of repartcunli.
( THOMAS MAY PIERCE AM.
j "i-'M.iir. o,iii,a, iv.es itArtu Ka
C. r A Kit. ia J 'p ti'vuoi na
UENRYKEIM. A E. ROti tRSu.V. 1. uc
t npported by an able Corps of As-istcnts.
Call or send for a Cutologue. College Curreacy, and
Piene's Practical Educator.
Ollicc IVorlh Eighlh$t
THOMAS M. PEKtCE.
A term f El. yen week, ia the Basement of thi
Institution will commence on
.lloiidtiy, April 1G, 1SCC
Primary Schnlar. 5
Fr Geography, (Jramrnnr and Arithmetic, 93 UO
For I'hiloHophy, Phyicnl CJeoerapy, lutcllect-
ttal and tlr mt-ntary A lei bra. f5 OA
L7 Inilurtinn for iibnence made only incarvfoC
I'r otr.-ii t,l f.lt knes. fupita can rnternchool at any
time before the midJI of ibe term.
Bloomshurf, April 11, IFCG. St.
Epy, CoUCo. Pa.
Tbeundriffnd having become mln proprietor tit
ti i well knonn and conveniently located tand
renpr-tirully informa hi friend, and the public in
em-ral, lli.it be has put ln houe in complete ord.T
f r the acroitimoiiatiiin of burura. and for the recep
tion and entertainment of trart lien who may feel
lipgctt to f.ivor it with tbeir eutom. N'oezpenntr
hnj been spared in pre pari tie tbia lintel fur the enter -ixinmenl
of ruestn, and notliinir shall be wanting, orf
his p -rt. to u.lniiitwr to thir personal comfort, Tho
!. iration.au well as the buildmc, in a food one, and
all together is amply arranged to please tbe public.
Epy. April 11, ISCS. tf.
SHERIFF'S SALES. '
By virtue of several writs of venditioni
eipnn.-is and Levari Facias, to me illrected. Is- ,
sued oul ot i tie Court of Pom noil Pleas ot Columbia
county, will lie exposed to public sate, at the COURT
in 'I in i;ioomioir(r,on aiOMIAY. THE7THOF
m , v . i -m,, at i o ciock in tbe afternoon of said day.
tlie following real estate to wit -
A citain trait or piece of gronnd situate in LocarC
tup.. Co u mini county, couluini ug one bundred acre
more or legs, bounded on the East by lands of Men-
i r. it, in I'.! f r,! I en til., 3.,.,tK Ku I. a I I .f .k.
. ,i..t.iiJunt, 011 ttie west by lands of Bonebart and
gu.Wart. and tn toe North by lands of Clark Prew-
art, wbi-reon is creeled a two story frame dwellicr
1 r . .. ..
"" ." " w ....... .a.... Kit .Ui
ui'iife nun a irrine uaru vnn me appurtenanees
.... ... . , r1. .
ALO, one other piece of e.ound situate in town-
ship und county aforesaid, containing eielity acres,
more or le,., boiimled on the west by land- of Georje
Haisn. on the North hy oelier lands of defendant onr
the ea.-t by Fetterinan tc Small, and on the South by
lauds of Marks an 1 llovvr.
ALSO, one other piece of land situate in tbe twp
and county aforesaid con taming twenty acre more
or less, boundeil on th? south by lands of- Adaa
Marks, on the west Ly other lands of defendant, on
trie X'ortll ttv rtlhi'r hnd. rt Han.l.nt r.n.l nm, . K
! e. t br lamf nl F. ite.,..an n.l w.ih it,.
j Hi,rto,',allrcs. r
Seized ;asen In .xernlion and to be sold as th
property of Daniel Kotenbader.
I A certain lot of land situate in the town ef Centra-
1;, , .., ; ,.i- r :., .
Block .;, being twenty-rive feci front and one hun
dred and forty feet deep whereon is erected a two
story f rauie house and a frame stable with the appur
fcM.-ied taken in execution and to be sold as to
property of Miles Callalali.
A certain tran or piece ofpround itnate in Locust
twp., Columbia county, containing sixty acres tnore
nr icss bouuded on the south and weft by lands of
Henry Cable, on tbe North by lands of HentV Knapn
on Mi.-east by lands of David I'bresher, on w hich I
are erected a log house and a log birn about fifty
acres of chared land with tbe appurlenahecs -
Mizen taKen in execution sud to be sold fslbft
property of John Perry. a
A certain "ot of rrntind situate in Dloomsbtire Col-.r
county, on tin; South west side or west street of saiuj
town, beginning at corner of a lot owned by Tboma
J. Thornton and tunning thence Booth twenty nio
degree east Ofty feet to a post corner of a lot ownerf
by Anthony Witnian thence along the same Bouts'
sixiy one uecrees west one Hundred and ninety
teei io inooni aiiey. ttience atoni aaid alley nc
iwemy uecrees west ntiT leet to a Host corner i
J. Thornton I "It hence alon the same North sixty I
degrees eat and one hundred and ninety eight
to piice ot uennume, containing tbirty pet
strict meas ire. Hereon is erected a two
f-Biue dwelling lioiue and frame kitchen
Seized taken in execution and to be sold
property of Morris Van Uuskirk.
A certain tract or piece of land situate
t'.vp., Columbia county, containing
acres, more or less, bounded and describe
lovs: On the north by lands of Isaac
tho east by lands of David Morris, on i
land of Julia Morris, Peter Pitner and .
estate, and on lar. west by lands of Robs
whereon is erected a good dwelling nou
outbuildings with the appurtenances.
Seized taken in execution and to J
DroDertv of Richard Morsan.
Sheriff s Office. Bloomsburg, (
April 11. J66U. (
JOHN G. YE AG
MAXl FA CTUR.HU fc. WlIO
No. 257 North Thircr
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No -.-J, ISC?