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VIM. 11. JACOWW, Editor.
Wednesday, May 1, 11481.
P. M. remain& di Co.. Y Park law Now York
r a duly authorised tosotiali mud receive oubecrlpp•
I one and advertising far the Demurral it Kir, puk•
I ►had al Blaanalwry, Coluwpia month. re.
Democratic Mate Convention.
The Demeentie State Committer, at itm
meeting, on January Oth, at Harrisburg,
adopted the following resolution,' :
Ist. That, the regular Convention of the
party, fur nominating a candidate for the
Supreme Bench, be held at Harrisburg, on
the Scrotal Tuesday of June, I 567, at twelve
o'cloil N., and that said Convention he Coto
posed of the usual number of delegates.
ltd. In addition thereto. it in recommend
ed to the Democracy of Pennsylvania to
forthwith elect, in the usual manner, two
delegates of' recognized position awl ,influ
ence in the party, Po each Ilepremitative
and Senator in their respective district, who
shall meet in Mass Convention, at Harris
burg, on a day to he fixed by the Chairman
of the State Central Committee,
By order (lithe Powerful° State Coat.,
ll' M. A. NV ALI ACE, Chairman.
A CHANCIE WANTED.
evidently the country has had enough of
radical rule. The insult of the city, town
and township elections, all over the country,
to say nothing of th^ defeat the Negro-di:4-
Union party met with in Connecticut, are
sure indications of popular opinion. In all
directions our friends have gained hem ily,
end many towns heretofore strongly Repub
lican, have been captured by the Democrats.
These are good erac*—indications that a
long•suffering people are ready to throw off
the shackles of tyranny and again as-crt
their rights under the Constitution. bet
the good work go on until these "infernal
fanatics . ' who have ruled awl ruined the
coun tt.y° are ousted from the positions they
We have always contended that n re action
would soon take place, null we are ha% big it
now just about as rapidly 116 caul 1 rel be
brought about. It is only a matter of time,
and that time is not far distant, when the
Democratic party will again have fall control
of the affairs of our country, and not till
then will any of us ever see these United
States in a prosperous and happy condition.
It is not in the nature of things to expect
these states under Abolition rule to ever be
restored to their former greatness, hence it
is to the interest or every man to labor
earnestly and aealowd:.° to bring about a
change in Inr rulers from President down to
the most trifling township office. The in
dication, are that the people evidently want
a chance to ,o er turn the whole shop from
'1 dOwn, Tie lateeleedonscaurnotwell
mi!:1111plvrVelml. Buckle on your armor,
Ibirmouraß walk up square to the work, an d
the ‘ictory is ours.
:tire the necessaries of lifxses high?
Large armies are no longer in the field, con-
Fuming and destroying large quantities of
provisions, and yet we find all we eat, drink,
or wear is almost as high as it was during
the war. Indeed, many thing are higher;
bread and meat are dearer now than then.
Wheat sold per bushel in Balti
more last work, king a higher rate than
nay since 1817. Why is this? The filet is
that Hatfield inlsinhnagement and corruption
has brought this state of things upon us.--
Many large factories are working on half
time, while hundreds of thousands are out
When seventy-five persons were ilk
charged front the Government Printing
Office last week, many of them shed tears,
and said they did not know what would be
come of them now ; and the desponding
looks of the men discharged from the
Nary Yard—men. who had been barely
able to support their families when at work,
showed plainly the great distress that per
sides society. They will soon see the cause
and apply the remedy.
Starving people, both North and South
what a picture in such a land as ours ; the
destructionists have brought this upon UF,
and the returning 'sense of the people will
soon hurl them from power. Organize
Drnaacrat.s and Conservatives, and hasten
their desired and necessary change.
TIRE OLD GUARD.
The Old Glean? fitr ,l fay. will hi , Cooed to
be a very interesting number. Mr, Simms'
new story begins to show great dramatic
power. Mr. Cooke treats us to one of his
best battle pietnres, in a review of "The
Second Manassas." lion. Jas. W. Wall
contributes a paper on "Prussia and her
Capital ;" Dr. Van Evrie one nn The
Problem of the Race•," while the Editor
discourses of the "Decline in the Populvr
Knowledge of Liberty." Hon. Wm. F.
Samford, of Ala., contributes some interest
ing reminiscences of the late Bishop Soule.
Paul IL Ilayne, one of the most popular
poets of the South. adds his name to the list
of contributors. The number is rich in
poetry ; ode piece. entitled' irgini Fuit,"
and another, "Whither .Iway," will attract
general attention. Add to these featufr..
the Book and Editor's Tables, and the pres
ent number will compare favorably with any
yet issued. Single tropics sent, post-paid,
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NZ' Emertan Ethridge hag been nomina
ted by the Democrats and Conservatives of
Tennessee as their candidate for Governor,
to run against the sulphurous Browulow.—
Unless the people aro /trait,' swindled out of
their right to vote by Brownlow's oundrel-
Etl ri.lg will be clotted by and over
No doubt many people may think this an
old subject; and we adroit that it is; so old
that our grand-fatlr and great grand
fathers, wore they alive, would respond, the
"Union" forever I
They struggled Ow a nava of Stow ; for
a union of intereats among the States; and
they brought about such a combivation of
interests between north and south, cad and
west, iu a country, considering the character
of civilization, the most extensive on the
globe, as was never seen in the world before.
This happy Union existed, under the terms
of the compact made by all the States, north,
south, east, west, until certain malcontents
deriving their "notions" from the intoler
ant doctrines of the witch-burners, and
quaker-banishers, and negro-stealers of
offer-olgiond,(Massachutfette and her sisters
of that ilk, to wit, )—until these malcontents
saw proper to go to work • with the well
known yankee vigor, to break up this
Union ; the Crlo rim; tad Union of our
fathom I the Union that was 'brined by,
Washington, Jefferson, Madison and others ,
whose names will never die !
Nowior the plain unvarnished truth. The
country was suddenly Meowed into a war.
What was it for? Why, the child of to-elay,
twelve years old, knows that it was proclaim
ed that the war was to peeseme the Union.
What is the result? Even before the war is
closed we discos:er that something else is the
object. ,Alolf . f. ienistit Awns its ugly head;
and now, when the war is over, and the
South is conquered, we are coolly told that
the Union has not been preserved.
In the name of common sense, what have
we been fighting for? The horrors of this
misdirected war can never he properly de
picted. The destruction of private prop
erty in the south ; the burning of towns ;
the secret murders ; the foul violation of'
women, and the inhuman treatment of in
nocent children by negro soldiers and by
moult. white men equally abandoecd, can
never be known except to the few. To the
credit of the soldiers front the middle met I
western states he it said, that except in rare
cases they were guilty of no such netnews.
But as to the soldiers of New Eueland, God
We say nothing now of the outrages com
mitted upon innocent people in our midst,
who were dragged off to filthy and unhealthy
prisons without cause., and after experiencing
all the horrors of military despotism. were
told to go home, ns best they might, to their
distressed families. The history of tlicir
wrongs remains to be written ; and the
records thereof are sure. fbr they are en
graved on the hearts of the people.
4 Laval G all.
We observe in the appropriation bill that
Thomas 11. Burroughs and Co. hare again
matured their plan of rubbing the taxpayers t
for anothery +ref fhi.rchartotitredtand ,
fifty thousand 47::.2v4 .4,, t1 .41 ) 1 3 f jr
rebooting 5.• . . r • - ' . c.;!;
keep up a lift :9. t „
throe t!: I .1 9 .11. e. Slate
Tretiot-e. ' •9, ..nd carol
for by thole •• ha-e a system
of education hildren can re- I
calve a proper why the ne
cessity of making this expensiv , "wheel
within a wheel?" But IgiSO,ooo are
appropriated to pay the State otlicers, sixty-1
six County Superintendents, and for the I
schooling, or scrim hundred thou
sand children ; while t 48.31,000 are ap-i
propriatcd for the education of three
thousand children reached by the
some loyalist please show us the point I
of common sense and of justiee, to either
the children or tax-payers? We shall be I
very much mistaken if this wholesale sys
tem of robbing the tag-payers does not final
ly break down the whole system.—Cleinyield
Orr Pr. John inquires in his last paper
"why is it that we no longer hear the epi
thet of abolitionist? The Democratic party
and p' ess seem to hare been weaned from it,"
&c. Well, perhaps, we hare not . attended
to our duty in this respect. We will now
put ourself, for one, squarely upon the
record. We will be plain. You are an
abolitionist. Doctor. You havn been an
abolitionist all your life. Your daddy was
an abolitionist before you. Yon have never
been anything else than an abolitionist; al- .
though you joined in the fraud during the
war of trying to impress upon the soldiers
that they ware not fighting for abolitionism,
but for the " Union". You will never be
anything else than an abolitionist. The
party with which yen act, Sumner, Stevens
Wade. Raymond, & Co. are abolitianists ;
and a dirtier crew does not exist upon the
time of the green earth. We leave it to the
men and women of the country.
Beal" The Peansylvania Legislature before
their adjournment passed a new election law,
providing for a registers of voters, twelve
days before election—similar to the New
York law. The election board meets twelve
days before the election and sits from 9 A. M.
to 6 r. m., to receive tko names of voters,
and decide on the claims of voters, and no
one can vote who is not registered on that
day. An effort was made by the Democrats
to amend the law and require the hoard to
sit until 9 P. M., so that the workingmen in
large towns and cities could register after
quitting work. But the Radicals voted it
GROWINO ETXKLESB.—fiIe loeal editor of
the Tluuville Vs., rtinra thus explains his
btate of feeling: "We are happy in being
an more miserable—no wood—no money—
snow three inches deep, and more we fear,
coming—ink frnsen—roller ditto; the devil
with a bad cold and our heels frost bitten.
We dont care a constitutional for the coun
try; it may sink or swim ; the probability
now is that it will freeze. Fact is, we've
been nut so long in the cold, we are indiffer
ent and don't know that we'd stand treat, if
Uncle Sam would offer to take
,us in. We
are pretty much in the temper of the ob
stinate urchin eh() kicked the cover off, and
woke his it, the night, erYina out,
`he was ciold . Well' pull the cover on, Johny,'
said she. "I'lluit't do it,' replied the youth,
Awned if I Li, t fieeth furthst.'
We have often called attention to the
wicked provocations which brought on the
late unhappy civil war. GARRISON, CRU-
M, PHILIP', STorm, and others of the
puritan school of political morals, corn.
mewed the agitation against negro shivery
more than thirty year.. ago—tafight
dience to the Constitution—hostility to the
Union, and incited a general disregard in
the North of the bargain tattler which the
Southern States united whit us in funning
a common government. They knew civil
war must be encountered before the negro
could be set free ; but they thought war and
all its Woolly and financial consequence,
mourning, debt , laxe*, digress, writ:lee of
more than a million of liveQ, .honhl nil 1w
encountered a n d incurred to necomplish the
freedom of the negro. Dern.° they could
move in this destructive enterpri% it wax.
necessary to overthrow the Democratic
party. The process of' doing this, and its
consequences are before the country. How
we prospered under the rule of' one, and
how we have been oppressed and tnisgov
erned by the other, are equally well known.
We give narrative to freshen the
recollections of our readers VII these mt.
The Denumatie party was organized and
came into power in Imo]. With Niel' inter
vals it continued in power up to MO.—
During all thin time no nation was more
prosperous than this, no people more happy,
be mernment less burdensome; its re
straints were so light and imperceptible that
some people who wished to see the iron
hand of power in motion, doubted whether
we had any government at all, and urged
violent measures "to see whether we bad a
Govermnent." Taxes were lighter than
under any other government in the world :
labor Nsas better requitted, and political and
religious libet ty more universally enjoyed.--
There was union among the Status and imp
piness awl prosperity among the people.
When these bad men sunglit to destroy
the Union in order to abolish negro slavery,
their first blow was at the Democratie party.
They could only hope to aecomplish their
object through tin . &feat and denruetion off
a party telikh stood upon the comtitution
and maintained all its guarantees as the first
and last of till duties. They acted in con
cert with Southern men, stirred up to hostil
ity to the Union by their own crafty acts.—
By dividing the counsels of the democratic
party they secured its defeat.
That was seven years tign. end what hare
we to-day? A broken Union, ten of the
States uuder a military despotism ; political
and religious liberty a by-word ; the burdens
of government more crushing than any on
earth. Labor is remunerated in depreciated
promises to pay, and the necessaries of life
are at litudeo prices. Crime has in,ren-ed
a 'hundred I'4l. and lice is e L ifs
and tine linen. occup:t lug • e •
place- and Wok( with rewards e•rn
The cloth.- we wear the boa ? w e stet
and all ne. of life are taxed to the
t p of epitome.: and what have we
gaiN. : iSr,ides freeing the negro, aufk*a f f
--oviiiitay ikon>, Own nothiay.
is it not time for the people to think of
these things? is it not time that the mem
ory of the glorious past awakened the peo
ple to an ambition for a glorious future?
\\*hat the country was, the denuvratic party
made it; what it is, with its burdens, and
taxes and bad government, is the work of
the enemies of that party. 14 it not time
that the people began to reflect upon the ne
cessity of restoring that party to power, and
with it rostore the country to both individ
ual Und national prosperity. The signs of
the times as manifested by the uumerous
elections held of late, indicate that reason is
resuming its throve, and passion, prejudice
and hatred are passing from the minds of
the people—that constitutional government
is again in place of the arhitra.w vale
of a Ramp Cotnircos throa.n
tioner.Al, and milvtry vont •
The United States Senate, after display
ing all the malignity. mtanness and corrup
tion of a Roman Senate in the last days of
the Empire, when offices and honors were
bought and sold like vegetables in the mar
ket, has finally adjourned. leaving half its
business in an unfinished and chaotic condi
tion. The country is rid of a nuisance
which was a continual me n ace to its honor and good name. Among its last unties - was
a proposition offered by a small beer politi
cian from California named Coal, that the
Washington Uovernmcnt offer its services as
a mediator between France and Prussia, in
the difficulties which now threaten to invoke
those powers in a sanguinary war. This
proposition was met, as were kindred jests
in the (lays when the mighty Lincoln joked
upon the battle field of Antietam, with bois
terous laughter. It is with such idiotic rib
aldry that the United States Senate aban
dons its post of duty, leaving the anarchy
which it created unhealed, and the country
hanging uncertainly upon the verge of rev
()kaki); and despotism. The Senators sail
as dealt heads to drink Washington whiskey
in the lloly Laud, or deliver lectures at the
rate of SIM per night to gaping audiences
of loyal leaguers and patriotic sewing socie
How long will the people submit to the
exac ti ons , th e oppressions and the outrages
of such a body of corrupt or bigoted fanat
ics us the last Congress was? how long
will they consent to endorse a body which
adds eighty tuillions to the expenses of the
Government,` without allowing the items
to be once read to the real reprosentatives ?
Ilow long will the monomania of Sumner,
the brutality of Wade, the corruption o f
Sherman, the diabolism of Stevens, answer
for statesmanship? How king will it ho ere
the people say,'"this machine at Washing
ton, when not a nuisance, is au instrument
of tyranny and outrage, which neither pro
tests us from foreign unemochments or do
mestic discord ; which is felt only in its
exactions, known only by its usurpations •
which has wine to be gm 6:chunk:ll hoard ot
politicargamblers and financial .I..- 1 ,,, !.t ties,
which makes men forget their States. their
oaths, and their bottom? bet us do away.
with this mockery—kt us put amend to ibis
carnival of humbug and hypocrisy—let us
throttle this hideous and monstrous tyranny,
and let us revert to the cheap, simple awl
tree Government under which our fitthers
prospered, and our country en,ioyed bouor,
liberty and tratiquility."—(Ohm) Cr iltte•
Tiel Republican humid* throughout the
country arc event* great ream and that
well founded, et, an impending rupture in
their party. Indeed lie present Republican
party is a oloae totiernbintice of n race horse,
that in titoen past has swept everything be
fore it, but - now, with atm* relaxed, con
fidence loot, 'Vita titOillrack, n and the fame
and vitality that it irnt a short lime pewees
ed has passed away. They can no langer
conceal or deny that the breaches are wide
and many that distrnet the once powerful
and influential Republican party. This is
beyond man's concealment. And when the
wings once started there is no telling where
it will let down the dicomfitted portions of
this party. The past combined efforts of
the Republican party to govern,will only
remain as a record in the country's history
of misrule and mismanagement. No act of
this party had a better tendency to hurry
on their finishing touch, than the election
of "Beast" Butler, to him, more than
any other man in. the country, are we in
debted to the happy and speedy consum
mation of the triumphant ordeal in expell
ing men of his stamp from power. But for
him, no doubt, many would have been led
to doubt the innoccuse of Mrs. ANN Suit-
RATE The very thought of that net is suf
ticient to cast an everlasting odor of guilt
and shame as long as history shall record it,
upon the party under whose control and
influened the atrocious crime was perpetra
ted. A split in the Republican party is in
evitable. The Jiutlerites, the Bingham's,
the }'essendens, and numerous other fallow'
now. or which have beco, composing the
leaders of the Republican party, will never
consolidate again to form a solid wage
That time is past as the debates in the
House ut Congress will testify. The per
sonal animosity, the jealousy 11,r political
ascendancy is too great to admit them of
consolidation, The charge by Butler that
Bingham was instrumental in hanging an
innocent woman, is one too serious to be
overlooked by the friends of the latter, no
matter how true it may be, and undoubtedly
is. The tank of Ilineham in alluding to
Maier as the hero or Tort Fisher, spoons
&c., are t.one the less provoking to the lat
ter as the elmr, , e of murder muit be sting
ing to the ll,rmer. Fi ,,, entien too, is snarl
ing at Sumner. Chandler charges Secretary
McCulloch v•ith incompetency, and would
not hire him at the very cornmeal sallary of
one thousand dollars a year to clerk in his
Detroit dry goods store. The temperance
members of Congress are threatening to
oust their intemperate associates, at the
next se:Aim, and so it goes. The impeach.
anent 110 little confusion
among the impeachers and non impeachers,
asserts that the country is ex
peetir,' the itnt •Itciiment of the President,
'IV: , the country expects
• • •tiring. The appearance of the
1.. iitira horizon indicate is great and severe,
storm in the camp of the Republican party
h will shake to pieces the rotten fabric
of spoils and plunder. Thu impeachment
I ne•tion will settle, if settled nt all, in n
personal coutyoversy, which will not result
h i the i mp e adioneut of the President, but
in opening the eyes of the people. and 1/u
become passessol of facts that &AI astound
the whole civilized world. it will be an ex
pusitioa Of the public, private and moral
diameter, such ns has never been made
public, and wilt only be believed because
the utterance comes from their own mouths.
;-lucli discussions, as disgusting as they may
tipp ear o w in g front a body having the
power in their bands to make laws to govern
over thirty millions of people, they will
nevertheless be of great value and benefit,
and that the people will profit by them
there is riot the least doubt.
as we were impairing for press, we were M
e wined that Mr. Julio Fowler, who has been
living with the family of Mr. John Eggert.
of this place, for several years past, had
committed suicide by shooting himself with
a pistol, On repairing to his room we wit
nesscil one of the mo,t horrible sights we
ire over been called upon to record. On
the floor, beside the stove, lay all that re
mined of poor John Fowler. In his right
hand he grasped a single barreled
with which he committed the horrible deed.
The top of his skull was blown completely
off and shivered to pieces, the ball having
entered just above the right eye. His brains
were scattered about the floor. and bespat
tered the walls and ceiling. The skull was
complete!, emptied of' its contents, and a
portion o his body lay weltering in a pool
of blood. Mr. Fowler was a miserly old
bachelor, and is said to have been worth
several thousand dollars, a good portion of
which fts to go towards erecting a usonu
meta over his romantic He has many
wealthy and respectable connections in this
vicinity. The deceased was aged about 75
years. An inquest is being held over his re
mains, as we go to press.—Bertekk agent.
IN 4RK ET REPORT.
Wheat per bushel,
Dri'd apples "
Flour per barrel,
liggs per down,
Bay per ton,
At Ihishore, munty, on the 9th
inst., Dr. JOSIAH JACKSON, formerly of
Berwick, aged 75 years.
In Boonshom. Boone County. lowa, on
Friday, April 19th, 1N67, NARY SrSAN,
30 daughter of Mathias B. and Sarah Apple
man, aged 3 years, 5 months and 11 days.
In the same place , on Saturday, April 20th.
1867, EMMA JANE, 24I daughter or Mathias
B. and Sarah Appleman, aged 5 years, 3
months and 7 days.
The friendly band no more shall greet,
Accents, familiar once and sweet,
No more the well-known features trace,
No more renew the fond embrace.
y e i if (m t . • faithful hand
• ~vougli this gloomy land,
Our ..ouls with pleasure shall obey,
And follow Ahem Le leads the was.
In Espy, on ths 21st inst., Mrs. Emily
Suwplo, wife of RoLert Sample, aged tip
wards of seventy years. She wan among
the oldest and most respeetaWe colored peo
ple of this Centity. she was !butyl fiett4 on
The following lines were written on the
death of thg late 011111,119TIANA BWK, wife
of Clerk 'rink, who departed - this life
January 13th, 1866, aged 33 years, 8 months
and 28 days.
Come view my,friends a scene of grief
Where piety gives sweet relief,
A tender mother bids adieu
To husband and to children too.
She asks no longer here to etny
Where troubles come from day to day,
For long she has in weakness lain,
Though not been reeled with tort .
When just about to leave time's shore
She asks to see her Mends once more,
Iler children dear around her stand
With weeping eyes and trembling band.
There taking each one by the band
Whilst 'round the bed they all did stand ;
To them she said, my children dear,
My time is come are you here.
Remember ye the
Who dwells enthroned in light above,
Your souls commit unto his care
With faith and hope and humble prayer.
Oft this advice I've givon you,
By precept and example too,
My last advice I now do give,
That you may in my precepts live.
Obey your rather, dear children dear,
And be will teach you whom to Nor,
Anti with each other live in peace,
Nor bring upon yourselves disgrace.
Farewell, my children, then mho said,
Mourn not for me when I am dead,
But trust in Christ, the sinner's friend,
For he will love you to the end.
When she had bid them all adieu
She said unto her husband too.
51y husband deur, we now most part,
See that you act a fitther's part.
Oar children dear, require your care,
Vowr tender counsel and your prayer,
See that you do tla them provide;
Teach them in ,1 elm' to confide.
Let precepts unto theta he given,
To train their tender minds fur Heaven,
That they, and you, and I may meet,
In Heaven around the mercy sent.
Farewell. my friends, and neighbors too,
I now must bid you all adieu,
3ly course on earth, it now is run,
At noon cloth set my morning sun.
But not with clouds my sky is spread,
Sweet Jesus makes my dying bed
Seem soft as downy pillows are,
And his bright glory I shall share.
My soul is calm through Jesus' love,
I long to dwell with turn above.
Where Saints and Angels, too, are blest,
And where the weary aro at rest.
Farewell. her friends in sadness said,
Whilst weeping 'round her dying bed ;
We part with you to meet no more,
Till we have passed this Jordan o'er.
Her spirit then it snared away
And raft its lonely hott'se tit' clay,
How sweet and calm she breathed her last
And all her conflicts now are past.
Her spirit soma to Heave,' above,
Where all is peaeo and joy and love,
And may our souls like hers arise,
To greet the Saints beyond the skies
Where all the ransoni'll shall .It. down,
In glory round the rather's throne,
To praise the undivided three,
%VII° sets our souls at liberty.
ilo-anna to Jesus on high !
Another has entered his rest:
Another has soaped to the sky.
And lodged in Itumanuel's breast ;
The soul of our :4-ter is gone,
To heighten the triumph above ;
Exalted to Jesus' throne,
And clasped in the arms of his love.
How happy the Angels that full
Transported at Jesus' name '
The Saints whom he soonest shall call,
To share in the feast of the lamb !
No longer imprisoned it► cloy
Who next from the dungeon shall ay?
Who first shall he Aunntion'il away?
My a►erciful lord—ls it 1?
NEW ALD ENTS.
All persons are hereby cautioned against PUr
chasing a note given by me to F. II Smith for now
hundred dollars. dated December 27. IeWL Nat hav
in received value thPrefae. will not pap the same
unless compelled to do so by duecourse or law.
Fewleraville, May I, DeiT..M.
n C. KAII I. E 11,
fonn.selor and Attorney at Law,
Would announce to his friends and the public in
genecal, that be ban reprinted the Practice of Lsw
*gain. Conveyancing amd all legal bastions promptly
PEEK.% in the Exchange Building, second story,
over RYer &BroYers Drug More.
hjnoineburg, May I, loCr,
NOW POll COSTS !
The accounts of the tote Cetuendin Drmeernt, and
other evidenees of indebted news to the undersigned,
have been plumed in the hands of Justice Climberlin,
of Motnusburg, for immediate ealtectitoo. and notice is
hereby given to all interested. Mei cost will ensue
on all unsettled accounts during the May Court.
LEVI L. TATE.
Willinntaport, April 17, 1867.-It.
DISSOLUTION OF CO-PARTNER
Notice k hereby given that the undetsigned dis
served his connection with the firm of renstermarla
er, Garrison & Co., on the gid dot, of March, tee% by
iwuinal ronrent. This dun was agitated in the Imna
tiering business. in Onitarmar Township. Columbia
County. rho Moines* of the firm will be continued
by the remaining tnandnerS, in Whoa* hands the links
nOlllll, end by whom all claims against the Arm
will be settled.
Sugarloaf Township, April 511, 1e107,-3w.
NOTICE IN DIVORCE.
Martha J. Mead by her ) In the Cetilt of Corn.
nut 'trend lona Melnk Mae Plea* of ralenshM
r*. Wither N. Mead. Senunly. Nn.Xof rebut.
ars Term, Is , : Atlas Sulineenu in Divorce. .
The defendant in the chore awed ape is required
to appear on Monday. the Orst day of the nest sue.
e minis term Or court in soot enmity, to answer t 6
the complaint of the plaintiff lathe said sub
SAMVEL SPinign. Sheriff. ,
April 9, 1907,
LUMBERS LUMBER !
A nee Larnthcr ref f,, Iltoninstairg,
THE undrrelvwd would traperilbily Worm (hors
In went of lumber Um ho cootitotom to nasolork.•
lure and keeps on hand r loud supply or building
and Sensing in.:terlel, at his realising, a short die.
lanes north of the depot, which he ofit_os for sale at
rro..onable rates. J ACCIB ideFIU VLER.
Bloomsburg, June IP, 1806.
TRUSTEE ACCOUNT OF THE ES.
tate of hankiin Crereling, a Lunatic.
nerllo , lo Indebted will take MON that Uaatuel
craptiina, Committee or Franitlip Creraling,n Lit
idled Ids first amount ot rise manorromoot
oy tug 'owe o(thir sasol !wile vcilb tbp Prot/Spew
tarp of ths Court of utamet Pleas of the County of
Culo l ek and the gild 141601111 t will be eresented in
beof Cottof e• Items t Judges the outman ems or said
UttOnty, for the Minns and confirmation on Tuesday
ihr 7th dor of May Imo IC A% CULEMAnt,
March ,f 7, 1007—kin, Proth'y
rs. it; - . „
FPLICANTS von HOTELRESTAr•
. 006 RANZAND LIQUOR STORE LI
.• . ..
Notice irk hereby gives that the o)liortling
persons have mule apApation to the
t honotery or Celtimbut County fbe Tavern,
Rartasthmt and Liquor Store Licence to In
granted at the conung May Term :
Bloom. John Lcacock, Tavern.
do John F. Callow, do
do Geo. W. Manger, do
do Bernard Stohner, do
do O. A. Jacoby, do
do L 1). Mendenhall,Lio, Store.
do Wm. H. Gilwore,E. House.
do John F. Catolow, do
do B. Stohner, do
Beaver. John S. Mann, Tavern,
do C. Shuipan lk. Son, do
Benton. John J. Stiles. du
Berwick. M. H. Gilchrist. do
Briercreek. Gideon G. Hosier, do
Catawissa. Henry J. Clark, do
do J. B. Kistler, do
do Philip Gotechall, do
do J. 1). Runyan, E. House.
do Levi Keiler, do
do Henry J. (.'lark, ' do
do Kline & Gilbert, Liq. Store.
Centro. John Grover, Tavern.
do H. IL Lohman, E. House.
do Sam'l Dietterich, do
Centralia. A. W. Creamer, Liq. Store.
do Thos. O'Conner, do
do John Callllo/1. Tavern.
do Hem". A. Weblensaul, do
do Stephen Horan, E. House.
do .'3liehael 1/' Haire, do
do Thos. Ileraty, do
do Samenl liiehard, do
do Patrick Killeen, do
do Rob' t Farrell, do
do Mary Chapman, do
do Stephen Thomas, do
do P. Kerrington. do
do Thomas O'Conner, do
do John Sielinger, do
Conyngham. ii. T. M' Kiernan, Tavern.
du Thomas Monroe, do
do Samuel Leiby, do
do John 1., Kline, do
Fishingereek E. 1 'lnmst. do
l: reetoi nod. l'ornelius M'Carn. do
do Milton K rot, do
do Joseph F. Long, do
do likiniphrey Pa r ker, do
hemlock. John Flortnam, do
Locust. Ludwig Thiele, do
do JoNlina Wollner, do
do .11)1111 Kline, do
do (saw Rhodes, do
do 1 tavid Yager. do
Madison, K. A, Smith, do
(1(0 Sam ma liimby, do
Maine. Samuel Vetter, do
31ifflio, Aaron !less, do
Montour. Geo. 11. Brown, do
do Brown & Coleman, E. Hove.
do IVillitun Butler, do •
Mt. Pleasant, h. W. itMeliek, do
Orange. .1aool)1;,frial, do
do John Snyder, do
do Israel Monimey, do
Scutt. Philip 1). Keller. do
do John Savage, do
do William Bentley, do
do John Hammel, E. Ilouse.
di) .1. 1). Mee, do
JESSE CI )14/01AN, ProaCy.
Prothonotary's 4 Mice,
Bloomsburg, Amil 10, Nil'. 1
witER EAR. the Mx. WILUA St Proaiden
judge of the Court of Oyer and Terinniet nod Gen.
end Jail Delivery, Court of Winner Se:intinr of the
Peace and Colin of Contnron Plea* and orphan.. cowl
in the *Pah Judicial District, mellowed of the me Ines
olVolunibill,SidliVall and Wyoming and the line. Dam
Derr and Peter K. netball', Aiiiio`rdeJudgesof Odom.
ble Co,have looted their preemtdientilig date the gllth
4,ay aC IMc, in the year moor Lord sue timoitand eight
moored mitt Imii% and to me directed for holding
Court of (I)er and Terminer and Pelletal Ind delivery,
ticoernl taouryi Session. of the Pence, Common Pleat
and Oraliati's Court, in Illotolisiiol. is the county of
Columbia, on the aro. Monday iming the nth tiny) et
May tie%t, to continua one
Notice is hereby given, to the l • ornuer, Ilse Ju.tiCes
of the retire and Cotirtahler of the rani roomy of rol•
umbiathos tiler Le Men and there in their proper' per.
son ut. ill o'clock in the Cotenant ocraiii day with their
r e , mile, inlieritiona and other remembrance to to
thrice things latch to their officer iontertain to he tone.
And those that ire hound by let °Durance, to properitte
untwist Inv prirotierp ciet are or nine he in the Jail of
said rood god' Columbia to be then awl there to more
cute theta tie shall lot just. Jurors are requatited to br
punched in then attentlaJmaitreeahly to their noticed
t ' Dated nt Illoninaborg. the Vtli day tif Moral.
L. S. ,in the year at our Lord one Command eight
rre.ere Unsuited mot leCtl. And lit Jae ninetieth
year of the tadenemicore of the United State,. of
Aerica. ( Goo Nat ConsiletWEALTll.)
SAMUEL SNYDER, Sheriff.
montnA arc April
RAND JrRORS 31, sir TIVAL
Warman —lsaiah tkwer z
Bore. Berwick—John :arenaß.
Benton—l. K. Krieribaino.
retard—Sams& U, Ilutraison. Elias Creasy.
Catawieint—ileory .1. Miller.
110nm:creek - David Saver., George M. Unwell,
Jnekeon —Thinert Edgar.
Mt. eleil*.mt—linntel Vander*lice, Elia%
MtMin--Aaron Marlette', Joan U. angle.
Maio— Aaron Miller
Sugarloaf—Wheeler Snails, !Wiwi! Kilo.
T RAVERSE .1111011 S FOR 31AV
Moon:- loofah H. Varnian, Isaiah W. Hartman.
Thonew J. Wenner
Hyierereek- Enna L. Adams, John Felder. jr.
Heaver-41m. F. Munn, Nathan twednonaer. Ha
p►awissu- John Mertz. A•law rederolf.
Viehingeteek--Wm. Halt. Phtlip Appleinano
Greenwood -Jamey Manning. John 3141er.
Hemlock-Hugh W. Meiteynoide, Andrew J. fltie
nett, Isaac Ihiram. Win, H. Shoemaker. Win, Wife
terateen, John Hem
!menet-Peter Miller, Jiwoh Hamer.
Madigan-Wm Oartohl Samuel Rimby.je,
Mt. Meneanti-Peter Hiypeneteal.
Scott-Jahn Shuman. A 0 Thornton.
Sugarloaf-•Joatah II Fritz. Henry II Hens.
L IST OF CAUSES FOR TRIAL AT
MA .Y TERM, 1487 :
1 William L. Lance. vs Alfred Creveline. et. al.
11 Ilenjamiu Ziff( and wife vs. William Sharpless
3 Edw Ili Auer vs The Locust Monntain Coal &
4M. L mberlin use vs Silas P. Ed.tar,
3 Jacob Renddy vs Cetawissit Rail Mond Company.
fi Henry P. Naar vs iiarret*b of Barwick.
7 Eli Jones vs Miles C Abbott.
$ Wright Hushes vs Peter Minor.
0 Joesthan Kaittio vs Wright Hushes.
10 Mary. E. Green its Robert O. Howell, et at,
II John Layettes, vs. Barney Mohrestty.
id David Fenger, vs Clinton Dewitt, et al.
13 John W. Lumber vs Peom.S.Rishel.
It Marley & Polio vs John W Leacher.
13 Elias Krum use vs Samuel Emus. mlin V.
Pi Phoebe Pry, vs human Kftlitir, udder.
17 William A. Man v , 4 Jn111e..4 Dyke.
IS Sylvester J. Fans ar. Milliard V. Greeter Adm . ..
HI Jacob M. Evans vs Milliard C. Green's Adult's.
Inscher, VA Isaac Vector
* it Swisher, t ! lr ' vv: Abel Thomas.
I. ay e Brown. vs Leonard Steinman.
34 Win M, tleogland, vs Sarney Marearty.
113 JoisiintStackhnuse, vs Thectitackhoures Es'ts.
30 goseprialtry. vs Peter Mel liek.
VI litimud& Brown vs A. Creiftlifile.
tht Deborah bean. vs Owen 1.. Dean.
ha Edward McCall. et al vs John Sweeney.
30 Clark Steward & wife vs E. C. Cleavm,
31 Franklin Yocum, vs Wm. T. Shunts's.
33 Wm. reason. et 01 vs Simon C. Shire.
33 John P Strabmoyer, vs Samuel Neyhatt
9511. James Garfaini. vs *cheat Crane. vi al
EMPIItE SIfUTI'LE SEWING
Cal Elf-1 SIB
Ate superior to all rebels for
FAMILY AND MANUMADTV KIND PURPOSES.
Canters all4be latest loprevemeato : are speedy
401lielssi ; durable ; and easy Iswora.
Illustrated Olreutars free. Agents Wasted.
Brat diAniilalitilowud, No ennersnmento made.
Address Asqritts M. 10, vu„ Old Druadway, New
depterM k Co.
BLANKS 1 ' BLANKSI t
Uf every description for pals, at this (Ace,
STOHNER & WIDMEYER,
Fiala and Fancy Confectionery,
FOR FM N FRUIT AND NUTS,
111LOOMNBURG. PEN%'t. •
uitAstite. LEMONS, ItANIVA
PRI Nl.s, rwo, W11E4%8444
nom * CANEd or ALL
;',7" Ali uht«ro prualatty 1114 1 14ied „,,42.
Having enured iota rn•partnerabip It ill ettninito
the Hokin, and roafrotottary businvu at IN 014
Malta. is ail it 4 firattehev,
Their etperiench to htittithe, had thotturorfittihtt
kind* itr rantlia., warrant 'kohl ,s hnytaty that
the pubtie *hall toe
ACCOM MOD A TED
with evarythinit in thdir upon the mess
ehtiehlo and acceptalita tarinit
thitela and private thitilliaa ran he rethlehed WOO
Rend ithead Path day by tailing at Watt 'latish,
Cando* trill be simile and Nrnioheit in large 44
!inn jvircliniier* at
IoLES ME Id. TE:4
Itptriji Denkrh Ilitunuborrt tho ritnpity will do well
to give 'twat tt it 4orate ovreltattiott ohowttoro.
Ttiey Aevt, in rOiitireliall with Iltelt etloNttionety
IP. Ti It All CI 511
where they int e nd to iterte out lee emtho during
the 0 , 1101111.. r otootho to nit who WAY lily., thew With
thew comfort. `they will to prephyl4l to motto uy
ttt. ert...ath rot wtrtit.tt, wr%)IINCit tIN ibifillWMU.
ft I,,i•th um, Artl 3, i
BOOT AND sIIOE *TORE,
rorroeirt: t C KL31,1
On Main Street, Bloomsburg.
Tbe 1114barrilorf take. pl. , s.orn in Atitl64lll6lls to
t "" PR.PIo that he bag
on band r , etild itsouttownl to<
1100 TS % i : 4 110ES,
tadmi and WC titlPo.oe4 *els, to mot all lhatite,
111, City wok Ir tio. 60'4 4 , 14th1y. 41141 Iv ghttiO
moat rrliato. IWthlti - o,litterAi brlfit a prittivad
WOO klOllll and h good ship of
tZ) 9I-k .g) , M=o
he in tint likely w bra inipiiiied saloon by receiving
w.rt ble“ unnte up.
Tniode ileilifing :limning in nip line would do well
to give bin n Coll, befure pliteltheing elvewhoto, flu
and at price** to suit pordkakerc
All 11V1111,1114 who dokiro fight or hooky work ma4o
t •oder ran hot towootooolat.,l at Iwo rwhakholhownt.
a Al.°, rnpairinig will lin dune with nEalnilla and
An el.wint n,tntrintent of Ladino Spring find Punt.
fanr fraud. air MALI: DM.
Api tl 141 r:
L 23 gs =lbn tlastlct =asittn2
oi% Tama STREET,
',LOOMS P t.
I. r, rn X, Pity, i...tor .4 ihiKesutbli shment,noaid
rl'*OvCliktity ot4 anti new otstonterc that
h- has ev,:rytttioa litt,-,11.111 ai hhi new atand to on.
ahlt. iron to furnish thetn with iINEAIt,CAKES.
AND cstXral ERICS, a 4 41.91414d0re,
t.,,r 1104 too made arratlethento for rho Kale of
Orrott, with a ot. Unmoor, who ko'q. h etinterttOtt
rry Store directly appootW
THE - EXCHANGE BUILDINGS,"
where ittroone dewing breed enn W arcnaundat+l
per,on 4 , who nova Imen Amnon •
ed oat/ Lager Rm.', ind Amer, by tho tvflobt.
buy, u t quarter bowl, will call upon W11414.1g
GILMORE, nt Sataim in
Haves' Block, Main Street,
who has been et:Uterine I by the undereffne4 to sell
the saw. lie eel rousinntly hive a supply no fond,
whirl' will be ~td at the lowest market rotes.
E', hif 44.4k,fy and Con
,Gt tI up ith.lltd for the uuh
to .11 cilia Tray faro. h " n wittt idirir custom
is 41(10 prepared to make tan Cri'afit In lam Wm.,.
tic* fur partite. public ni v 1631 40 f
flPle may tat, Kiscryiliina pertaining to Ina lino ct
intone's+ will receive torero, and diligent attention.
Cs ' lie is tirditkial to 11141 CUOVRUterit for part r4l
vans, and moat cordially eoliths a continuance of the
61411111. J. Y. Eta.
Altrit 3, Pea
rtitTeESPOit TO SAMMO, EVPIRETT.I
has lately taken charge to this well known nod gore
semently mewed stand, respectfully informs hts
old friends, en well at new, and the penile in tenet ,
al, that his house is in ,remptete order fur the et.
coma - iodation of hosrders, end for the reception sou
entertainment of wavetters sett° tony feet ditowswd
to furor him with their custom. No expense ha*
been spared in preparvey thin for the enter
tainment of gu ttit, and nothing shell be wanting. Oa
his part. to 'moister to their personal "'mho. The
location, as welt as the budding, is 4 good one, and
all together is away ninnies" tit please the public.
ggr Nis Mar nintralways he lurinsheil sriln the
beet of liquors, and its Miele with Ow kilt the um•
het utiercle. ttltA 3111MAtIEV
Oranges ills, Apt 'it 3, 117— tf
Py Virtue of a writ of N. r.ttriif OOP+ EV.M. is.
r+tteil not of the court of Common Pleas of Cuhim.
Wit County and to ole tilteCted. Witt till VXIIOO4I toe
pui.llt . SOU of rho court noose, In Ploomeburg on
Monday the Stall+ day of May. lan% at otte o'clock ut
Ihet watertnent, the tonnes ink nal estate town
,t certain tot or two lots of around, situate in
fir mamma n. in Conynylani Township, Colombia
County, moamomer fifty rut front and two hundred'
rem dcen, I,,,tidtot oo the north by the turnpike, ow
the act and anotti Ly Laud of the Locust Mountain
Coal and trot Cowpony. *odor; thc east by Lando of
Laurence Casey, tencrton to meted a frig bottle
With the upputtettatwes.
tamed, tukeo Utexucutitu and to be sold as the
Property of lotto Casey,
illoornsburg. 14n11 17, trot.
The Stock holder* of the
Bloomsburg Literary limillut4
are witted that an election will he held in the I&
brat). HOMO of the Imeitote Ontiding, oft 4611/ Arrte
May nest, lo moot the hours ar t and b
o'clock. P. tt., being the dth petitio), to Meet, awe
Directutt to manage the affairs or the
three In scree "110 year, three to 10 , 11,0 two yeah , .
totd three to verve none yearn. Pennine who two
..,uh d robed, and who him: paid up their inotaltto fit.
en tuti , rnu anti on the l'rehtiticht.t. O. !When, and
reol%a their rettairateto of bto r . he o rder of tba
"loot .1. r. c. EYflt. Secretary.
SS I N S NOTICE,
Th f ti r o int.l tiarcal freentint of Renjawin
Former, .6siyart: Clinton mats Jamaa
th mitt, Q (Amenghant Monday, Caung.
NoTICI; in hereby given that nenjamln P. Fofhter
Aopignee of moron rod 341111.11 Demite, of Coitynig ,
nom Township Col. Co" knee exhibited And
(hi Court of Common Pleas of with Confine. bin se
emmt en Aeon:nee us al'ore.nitl. mot thin modnerroorit
will he allowed at the mild Court nt the rribminte
Term thereof, nett:,outlier row ho th ou ithonro why
need ammunt nhoul not ho
Jt Ikt roothoontaty
Blnamsborr. A rrit 17, Imi7.
C E. SAVA 1 E,
Trance' Watchmaker and Jeweler.
MAIN STREET, (nenr the Court llott2e.)
enn h uktou ea baud 1 Nee *poet 41111 t of Amttiritn
an d Vvatchep, aockp, Jewnlry, Olive/ware end
id Maria) pad ft, the repairlog
wituttlas and ii•wrilfr Marmite Marks Wide to
order. All work Warranted.
Miamisburg, April It likr.
The nest lorne of this Institution will rommenro on
Monday, Apral lbth Tuition per Tenn of eleven
wrrk.. (tom 114 to 014,
llosrtisnit in goodFnntilleo per work, 83 Ile&
U. 1V Al,,
Prone , o,o',
April It te! :it