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Wednesday, Oct. 30, Isol.
14 AC frrtilleil,L tic Cil . fork Row NI. iv York
ore duly aptharlind to soliolt and rorolvo foborrip •
treats pea odporliolmof for Or Proorret Mop, pub.
11010 At Illeowellofro, Col'l,ooll roomy,
11111. The eopporheado of Benton have UP.
earthed the Cannon of their late "Confed
eracy," and are making the old hills and
yalliee of already historic Fishingereek shake
with its thunder. They are now wasting
the powder they had intended to use against
Bob Clark's *Mere. —Republican.
The noise made at Bentqp some few eve
nings since with a cannon has injured the
memory (WI!. John quite seriously, at least
so much as to make him disown the soldiers,
that were brought into this ecunty to in
timidate and hound down "copperheads,"
and call diem "Bob Clark's." Now all we I
have to say about the matter is simply this:
If the people of' Benton had that Cannon I
when the soldiers were brought here, and
'have safely kept it ever since, it 4101, 4 not
speak well of the selmtion of eoblier., let it
have been made by either John or Clark,
00n.CADIVALLADER.a West ritint gia4loate
skilled in all the ancient and modem arts
and sciences of warfare, with over n thous
and soldiers and nearly as many Akers and
shysters to back him, and not liming been i
able to find any Cannon or powder is utterly
astonishing, and leaves us with plenty (Wee
idenoe, if need be called, to prove the fact
thititbey were better drilled in searching
np hen-roosts and spring-houses. It is said I
that the Cannon worked aduirahty well,
sad the powder showed signs of Laving
been in the hands of parties who knew how
to "keep their powder dry," and when its
qualities were tested, it wade a "thunder
ing" noise, fietrfully disturbing the equilib
rinm of P. John. It is a notorious filet,
that not one pound of ir , ts
brought ii .to this ec•iiiity mid sold fir beligtr•
ent Fntrposes. At least nothing was shown
to the contrary by the military satrap's
Court held at rfarrisburg, before which a
number of innocent, law-abiding citizens of
Columbia County were arraigned, tried and
acquitted. At whose instance was all this
done? Upon whose affidavits were these
men held for trial ? r. John van, if he will,
StP flerage Greeley is out thr the
pcachmcrt of President John on. Ile Las
latelg changed hi- mind upon the impeach.
nvnt question. The late elections in this
State and 011ie ma) hale hail -Le otbia.,, , to
do in bringing about this change in
G l ' r ot Philosophers min .l on this very
impmtant subjin.t. It is well known that
Greeley and many of his warm supporters
wcreinEgnant at the mote:mut made 1 , )
certain leading P adi< 1> last ',tinter towards
impeaching Johnson , but they having at
this hour fallen into the too. eint nt it is
difficult to tell what the result may be It
looks to the eyes of some people very utueh
as if we are to Lt e another war heft re the
Union is again established. If the aboli
ticnists desire more blood shed they can be
accommodated, would seem to be the
signs of the times. .
ALE Tore.---At the late election Schuyl
kill County gave 1124 majority, for Share
wood, and Lebanon gave 1121 for Williams
tiohuylkill and Lebanon compose the 10th
Congressional District, which is now repre
sented by the Hon. Henry L Cake (Had
lead) who was elected last year by a majority
of only 213. It would appear front this,
that the voto of the two Counties is so
nearly balanced as to make the district a
doubtful one. It need nut be so, however,
if the Denier:rats or Schuylkill County, in
stead of weakening their strength by f:►c
tious quarrels, were united and harmonious,
as they ,:hould be.
rZlint'l.D Gum' BE IMPAt um.— The
Important question now is—Should not Gov
ernor Geary be impeached for the glairing
election fraud that was perpetrated by his
authority at Fort Delaware? llis interk
once was clearly illegal, and we can think ol
no higher "crime or misdemeanor - than
tampering with the purity of the ballot-box.
Andrew Johnson has done no wrong com
pared to this, even upon the testimony of
his enemies. And vet, the It:chilli blued
hounds all over the country are bawling for
his impeachment and removal from
Therefore, we say, let Geary be impeached.
The rights and liberties of the people of the
State are not safe in the hauls of So corrupt
ler OUT up town eetemporalT ha:. au
article on "roosters." lie and his party are
weleocge to the barn-yard rowl. WE take
the FLAG.- P , .rAil •
We doubt your work. When did you
prove your assertion, "Wr take the ?
Even when your qtt ti State was invaded by
rebel hoar:, you not only refused to - take
the Flag" but you refused to march utter
it. You "took to the watcr." Arc we not
correct? Was your own private affairs of
more importanoo than the weltitre of t h e
country or was your heart too cowardly ?
Which was it? The ease with us was quite
"different." e followed that Flag on
more than one occasion,—a Flag, too, bear
ing upon it a complete and proper number
of ' Stars and Stripee"—nrme (Rymer much
talked or Flagil with deveg Stars oblitcrated•
You "never /Wowed up the colors of your
court try' --you are one of' thug: loyal hihroik•
era who flung out a large amount of bunting
at a window miles flow the scene of conflict.
0" The Deruoetav of Nets Volk are ,
taking spa tetvatd , knouting the th , le-
Sates (4f that Stair rOT tivtioveinni SFA
Nnt:ll for ilreshitaL He $a among the best
men in the mks fx the Detoool4Cy for that
pos iti on when we take (34.140, alone, hail
considepatien. fil.yinnue could early Now
York 3rd Pttowlitspik and wordAt mite •
euiPreideii "lima lik, 40,60 p
tee him or a man )1 his stamp.
Gigue, , a , , ' Irteuclimesq.
kid Oraitikii illainkilianther mist
loong t 4 nttrinAMent. He direota that
141 private beirdimpLoo .ied in this oily by
nay bureettof Wer,'.Poptuftent be va
cated_kt enah.e turned over to their tutu
ors. This will a saving of many thou
sand denote per month. sims] atuutral
Grant hos took hold of the War Deport
ment, the retrenchment in expenses has
been at the rate of five millions per annum.
Time Commercial has reprinted something
similar to the above several times le' nue Gen.
Grant has taken possession of the War De
partment. The hunutenlate titanton could
not have been as careful of the people's
money as the republicans would have us be
lieve. Grant should be retained a while
End orthe Carbon Co. Rape Cacti
In the Court, at Mauch Chunk, week
before last, the ease of Alexander Gould,
William Aekerson and Henry Meeker., was
finally disposed of. The parties were the
ones who figured in the Hickory Hun rape
ease of last winter, from the effects of which
their victim, Catharine Kaerchner, was al
leged to have died, and the parties arrested
and iodieted 14 murder. Gould was put
upon trial at Mauch Chunk last Spring and
fo.oel guilty of "manslaughter," but a new
trial was moved for by his counsel, and
granted upon the ground that the jury
found c o ntrary to the charge of the Court,
a;:1 that the Court hail no
eau.o the outrage was committed in Carbon
and the death of the victim took place in
Monroe. The prisoner was acemdingly re
moved to Monroe and tried thr murder in
Stroudsburg last June, and acquitted.
Gould with the other parties at the emmlu-
Atm of the trial, was then bound over to ap
pear at the Carbon Court to answer the
charge of rape. This trial came off last
week, the jury finding the defendants
"Guilty of Assault and Battery," and the
Court sentenced them to $l,OOO fine and
the costs of prosecution, and to stand coin
'flitted until sentence is complied with. The
case hi the whole probably cost the defend
ants $:10,1m. —Easton &Wind.
Rumors again abound that important
changes in President Johnson's Cabinet will
soon take place. It is said that important
Democratic politicians have called upon the
President since the election, and urged him
to organize a Cabinet that would more cor
rectly represent the expressed opinions of
the people than the one he has around him
now. We do not pretend to say how much
oftruth or how much of' falsehood there way
be in these rumors. 13ut we &sir . ° to ex
press the hope that all the prominent Demo
cratie politicians in the country will let
Johnson alone. Ile not b e .
bang to its, and no distinguished Democrat
who d o e; 11 , 4 11,40. to forfeit his standing in
the Democratic party can safely enter his
Nur voitsl , l IL d the President himself'
any good to break oil his Calpinet and recon
struct it on a Democratic foindation. Such
a chamy,c, at this Inte day, might do him
more harm than good. It might, perhaps,
weaken hint still more. It could not possi
bly strengthen him. It is not Lee:lose of
anything he has done for them as a party,
that the Democracy sustain the president.
It is not because they believe it to he in his
power to do anything l'or them as a party,
that they have resolved to stand by him to
the bitter cud of his tight with the revolu
tionary cabal in Congress. They will stand
by hint just as resolutely in that light if he
retains his present Republican Cabinet, or
puts other Republicans in their places, as if'
he tided it with Democrats. Their support
is given to him on principle, and not from
a desire to portieipate in his administration
of the government. When they win the
govermuent out of the hands of their oppo
nents, then they will want it administered
by their own statesmen. They will sustain
the President with all their might so long as
be defends the Constitution and shows no
signs of flinching, even though all who sur
rounded him in office he Republicans ; but
no array of Denmeratie names in his cabinet
could bind them to him for a single day if
he faltered in the performance of his sacred
duty. If he eentemplates a change in his
Cabinet, let him make it solely with refer
enee to the approaching contest• between
himself and the Radical destruetives. If
his present CabinA arc warmly with him,
ore can see no mod of his changing them,—
(.east of all is there need of a change in or
der to conciiime the Democracy. When
tle• finds himself engaged in a
death - struggle with the leading spirits of
the party which elected him--and hi: will
probably have t.neli a struggle on his hands
soon after the meeting of Congress let him
raise the Constitution above his head and
cry aloud to the Democracy to come forth
and save it, and as one man they will rally
at his call. But they want no Cabinet offi
cers till they can claim them under a Dem
kir EXTRKSIDENT BVCHANAN was visit
ed at Wheatland on Thursday by two or
throe Philadelphia tire companies. One of
them presented him with a badge of mem
bership and another with a photograph of
the members in a group• Mr. Buchanan,
in return, offered the hospitulitiew of Lis
mansion to his visitors, which were accepted,
A quarter of an hour was passed in conver
sation, during which Mr. Buchanan said he
%:1$ HOW in the seventpsoventh year of his
age and ho looked more upon the past than
to the future.' pun the rising generation,
he remarked, depends the stability of our
government; and if those of the present
age and ages to come could have the wis
dom of these who lived in the earlier days
of the republic, they might well thank God
llooto Rommtv. —On Sunday lust,
three Nehmen, named Patrick Brewton,
Timothy Ragan and Patrick Ragen, were
arie.tol at Chapman Borough, in this
euunty, on the dare of waylaying and
tol,bing John Roberta. They w‘re brought
to tort and eeetind in jail, to answer the
uherge et Nevetobet Court.—Emeg *.nt
~~ 1 ~,
T, hope whkh Om Republicans have
.111(nAMO sinfie elee*io, Ait they
were bitten on kliiiiiivottrat thou
-4slWok min Simply' t home,
- Md by the fl cede! opliurns now
sink In. e'tott i vote of tip State is
'enormous, being thotteinds utonfiban were
ever given even at a Presidential or Con
gressional election, All the people were
out, and voted alter the most elaborate
presentation ever witnessed in the State.
The figures will probably, when the counties
are all in, stand, in'round numbers, thus:
ilayes (Rep.) 242,50()
Thunman (Dew.) 240,000
Total vote ...482,500
Hayes' majority 2,500
Last year, on Seeretary of State, the rot
lowing was the vote:
Smith, (Rep. )
LeFevre (Dom ). 056,000
Total vote 460,001)
Republican majority 43.000
At the late Governor's election, in 180,
the vno well as follow
Cox, (Rap.) ".23,000
Morgan, (Deiu,) 134,000
Total row, 4
1 ,01 10
it emitlican majority
It will, therefore, be seen that mince last
year the Republieau vote has fallen off
14,000, while the Democratic vote has in
creased 30,00. Since the last Governor's
election, the Demoeratic vote has increased
the enormous number of nearly or quite
50,1100 votes. The Republicans, therefore,
have been beaten, npt by their voters absent
ing themselves from the election, hut because
14,000 of their number, having become
convinced that the Republican policy on the
Negro and on the Bonds was wrong, desert
ed their Standard and voted directly the
Democratic ticket, which they had hitherto
opposed. This of itself via& a 'change in
the State of 28,000 votes, or nearly two
thirds of the Republican majority of last
year. The remainder of the change Was
made up of the young men— new voters—
who almost unanimously ranged themselves
on the Demoenttie side. The same propor
tionate gain will carry every Northern state
at the Presidential election next year. As
to a continuance of that gain in Ohio, we
have not the shadow of a doubt. It' the
election was to be held neat week, we should
carry Ohio by 25,000.--Ceisk
OBITUARV.—thi Monday last, one of
ilkes-Barre's most promising young men
was suddenly removed from earth, and ham
pered to an upper and better country.
whore sin and sot-row and death never en
ters. W.. refer to Mr. Wm. W. Wood
ward. youngest .011 of Judge IVoodward, of
Wilkes-Barry. Mr. IVoedward left the First
National Bank, in which he was employed,
about three weeks since, complaining of dim
ness of vision. He remained at home and
appeared to be getting better ti bout election
time, expecting to be able to go outand vote
but when the day came he was too weak.—
After that day he became worse. Ervsile
alas seemed to set in, and one side of his
head was badly swollen, No fears were en
tertained as to his recovery, l:mover, cm;
up to the day of his death. On that day
he complained of great difficulty of breath
ing. telling his mother that he could not live
unless he could breathe easier. In Ulan
hour from that time he was a corpse. The
doctors pronounced his death to have been
occasioned by disease of the heart, Every
one speaks well of young Woodward, which
is a better eulogy than could be written.—
The blow falls at this time with stunning
effect, particularly as his father was hourly
expected to arrive in the steamer Persia
from his European tour. Extensive prepa
rations were making for a public reception
to the Judge, lint it was deemed advisable
to forego anything of the kind, on account
of his sad bereavement. --Scranton Rcp.
DAttLvit Buttot.Anx.—One of the most
daring burglaries, known to this community
was committed at an early hour on Satur
day morning last, at the private Banking
House of A. K. Walter, Esq. An access
was eff e cted by a forced entrance through a
front window, the shutters having first been
forced open. After gaining an entrance,
the burglars proceeded to drilla hole through
the door of the safe into the lock, after
whi c h th e y charged it with powder and blew
it open, entirely shattering the inside por
tion of the door. They then abstracted
from the salt all the money and valuables it
cent:du:A which, fortunately for Mr. W.
was nut notch, he having the day before re
moved to the First National the greater
p o rtion of his funds on hand. At the time
of the robbery the safe contained about one
hundred dollars in gold and silver : about
one hundred and fifty dollars in Bank notes,
and three watches. The burglars seemed
their booty and escaped unobserved. They
were evidently professionals from seine city.
In addition to the above, there was taken
front the safe a package of Borough orders
to the amount of about three thousand del
lan which have all been paid by Mr. Walker,
who is Borough Treasurer. We have not
heard of any oath places that have bean
visited by this party in the neighborhood.
The noise eunsequent to the blowing open
of the safe was heard by a number of per
sons living in the neighborhood but not
knowing front whence it proceeded, or from
what cause, no alarm was given. We sym
pathize with Mr. Walter in his loss, but
cannot but congratulate him upon the mg
dental circumstances that caused it to be so
light as it was.—AKA/owl Atimmte.
gle" SUNTON'S FRIENDs IlitAwis(l
DOrnlY, PAY.-41 seems that General Kil
pada, minister to Chili, tendered his
resignation in the army in Deemnbor, 1865,
but owing to the friemishW of Secretary
Stanton, it was minted upon and so re
mained until General Urant's attention was
lately culled to it, when it was promptly ne
nopted. This is the way Stanton maintain
ed his Radical friends in double positions at
the expense or the tax-payers, and is one
of the reasons---iF not the 061+401 one—
for the fight Made to Imo hint kept if' the
owing amownielutve been re.
em :MI for for subserlid4on and other
duestw die DEMOCRAT Ace Aims the let of
September last to the Stith of the present
Mathias M. Appleman, $5 00
11. A. Watson, Esq., 1 00
Enoch Pox, 2 00
Luther A. thrown, Esq., 2 00
Peter S. He!wig, 2 00
William Goodman, • 2 00
Greenwood Township, 5 00
John 0. Jiumby, 2 00
Joseph Shriner, 6 00
M. 11. Goalder, 3 00
Luther IT. Girton, 2 00
Thomas J. Ohl, 2 50
Margaret Edward's Eat., 2 DO
COM monweahh Penna., 16 50
Lem Wagner, 2 00
John J. Stiles, Esq., 600
J. D. Longenberger, •2 00
John Moran, (local notice) 50
Hon. Irani Derr, 7 00
Samuel Snyder, Sheriff, 14 00
Charles 0. Murphy 2 00
Lion. Peter K. Horbein, 5 00
Joshua Harmon, 2 00
Henry Gable, 1 00
Abraham B. Swisher, 1 00
John C. Weisner, 2 00
Lawrence Cronin, 1 00
John Bond, 2 00
James Pinion's Est„ :1 00
Col. .John G. Freeze, I 20
Henry Zuppinger, 1 25
Clemuel Ituckel, 2 00
('. W. Snyder, 2 00
Colomon Helwig, 2 00
Elias I)ietterich s Ea , 6 62
!rain Kitchen, 2 00
Solomon Sehlutscr, 3 00
James l)ildine, 1 00
Philip Dilts, 2 87
Peaslee & Co., 27 00
Evan Franklin, 150
William Miller, ML Pleasant, 1 00
Wheeler Shultz, (by Cole) 6 00
Jesse Meinch, 4 00
M. Appleman, et. al., 2 00
S. F. Earr, 3 00
Samuel 13. Johnson, 2 00
.1. 11. Ikeler, 2 86
t) lt 1
George M. Beagle, 2 00
S. R. Niles, Agent 12 00
John B. I)eitterieh, 5 00
Margaret Neyhart, 1 50
John Eclirtne, I 00
James Wright, 2 00
Henry J. 1 aple, 2 00
Thomas B. Howie, 1 45
AndrewOhloaser, 2 00
H. W. Creasy t ic Co, , 3 00
Samuel Craig, 2 00
John H. Flaw, 2 50
Charles V nil l. 1 00
Bloom School District, 2 00
Hostetter lt South, 0 00
John H. Bates, 9 16
Philip C. Whitenight, 2 04)
.Jonas Webster, Agent, t 00
Paxton & Harmon. 3 00
Michael Hagenhoch, 2 00
lquie Ilagmbnch, 2 00
William Hilburn, 4 es)
I , rne! Boevt, 2 00
\l'111:10 0 II ill , 1 50
Mini o I Ilouk, 2 011
George Ariz, 2 00
Ephraim Evan!, 2 2.i
Philip Litehart, 40
Daniel W. .lliiler, 4 ilu
Jonas Loreman, 2 01)
l;oorge Steintuiller, :; 25
John P. Wolter, 2 00
Samuel Wolf, 1 ou
Joshua Savage. 4 00
Samuel M. Miller, 3 25
John P. Hannon, 2 lin
3lrp , . Mary Furman, 1 00
(Bram Baker, 2 WI
.Jams As'er 11'" to 00
Edward J. A ufitin, '2 oo
Oliver Palmer. 1 oo
Reuben J. Davis,
A. S. Poutz & Co., 3 04)
Jacob lietnott, 1 04)
James Kosher, 2 00
Agricultural Society, .22 00
Bloomsburg M. S. F. Association. 4 00
Jeremieh Jacoby, 2 00
John Steele, 2 (Ni
Jacob Miller, 2 00
K J. Kerber, 2 00
William Barber, .2 00
American Shoe Tip Co. , 75
Elias Creasy, 2 X4O
3largaret Rhoads. r 4 11(1
Thomas U. Sebwelpenheiser, 2 00
Jacob Evans, 2 00
Joseph R. Patton, 2 01)
Allen )111101, 3 04)
Martin L. Houskneeht, 2 00
John Keitbr, 2 00
Isaac K. Appleman, 2 00
Samuel Snyder. 7 50
Jackson Walter, 2 00
Niue Hess 3 Oil
Frank P. Horn, 2 50
Mary Hess Estate, 3 00
Andrew Laubacb, 2 00
IVashinplou K House, '' 50
Peter Miller, 2 00
Isaac l< line, I (10
Samuel ColClllllll I, ty D. liartnian) 250
Samuel B. Shultz, 2 00
Any subscriber not seeing his name on
this roll will know tho cause.
ex,r Tt is announced that since the Act
of Congress of July 19, 1862, authorising;
artificial limbs to be furnished to maimed
soldiers, there have been issued 3,001 legs,
2.200 UMW, 9 feet, 55 hands, and 125 surgi
cal apparatus. 'f he Surgeon aeneral esti
mates that 1,000 limbs remain still to he
supplied. Hereafter a money value is to
be given in lieu of an order on some manu
facturer. The total number of wounds re
corded was 133,952, and of "operations,"
28,438. The Surgeons killed in battle
dining the war were 29 ; by accident, 12 ;
died from wounds, 10; died in rebel prisons,
5 ; of yellow fever, 7 ; cholera, 3 ; of other
diseases, 271—making a total of 336.
Medical officers wounded in battle, 35 ;
210,027 soldiers are recorded as discharged
on certificates of disability.
NW We are rejoiced to learn from well
informed sources in Ohio, that the election
to the United States Senate of Judge
TtrunmAx would be accepted with pleasure
by the friends of VALIANT/WHAM. It bad
been circulated in this region there was like
ly to be a contest, at least that some friends
of the latter gentleman insisted upon the
presentation of his name for that position.
This may yet be done but without bitterness
or personal alienation. The prize is a high
one and whilst it justifies an honorable riv
alry we have no doubt will be contended tbr
in the true spirit of chivalry. There will net
be as was the case in this State, the low de.
scent to purchase by money the votes of
members of the assembly, nor the mean
trickery which alone marks the demagogue.
The Radicals declared belbre the
elections that the election of Judge V, ii
,e was nevessnry to 6uminin Congress.
'Tadao Williams being detbated. Cougres ie
condi:mm:4 and must change iv poDy,
Democratic Pyramid for 'CHM.
Edina in Fourteen Stale. and lbrreforici.
NEVADA. 3,0 0 0.
COLOR ADO 1, n 0.
CONNECTICUT 1, 600.
ti TAN A 1, .0 00.
Radical IPyransid Ilk VIOL
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"to be Continued in November.
Will A gentleman of great medical knowl
edge sais that a niore genial, wholesome
and effectual tonic. and appetiser than
lhakc's Celebrated Plantation Bitters was
never discovered He recommends it for
Ifyspepsia, for Liver C omplaint, for Exbaus
fion, Weakness, for a want of Appetite,and
for Mental depression. It is an agreeable
stimulent, and is equally adapted to young
and old. Pertsins of sedentary habits, like
clergyman. lawyers, Merchants, and delicate
fetmiles are particularly benefited by its use.
MAGNOLtA WATER. -A deligtful toilet
article—superior to Cologne and at half the
price. No. 31.
Wheat per bushel •2 00
41 - / 10
Corn, 44 /
Buckwheat '• so
Cloverseed - 7 00
Flaxseed, .' 250
Dri'd apples '' 2 50
Potatoes, " 60
Flour per barrel,l3 00
Eggs per dozen, 4),
Tallow per pound, 14
Lard 4. 15
Ilaws. II • 23
Shoulderc, " 15
Hay per ton, 12 (K 1
At the H. E. Parsonage, in Catawissa,
October 22nd, by Rev. 8. C. Swallow, Nrry
Horn, to Jane Swisher, both of Roaring
On the 17tli inst.. by Rev. Vii. P . Crosth-
Waite, Wm. It. Mathes, of If ohrsburg . . to
31rP, Esther Kauff, of Fairmount Springs.
At Light Street, on Thursday evening.
October 24th, ISG7, by Joseph Lilley.
Mr. William N. Werts, of 1114xmisburg,
and Miss Alvaretta A. Drake, of the former
In Sugarloaf Township. Columbia Coon
ts., on the 24th inst.. 1w Montgomery Cole.
Esq.. Mr. Andrew J. Kilo, to Miss Maria
Vunside, all of Sngarloaf Township.
In Britircreelc township. on the 3rd inst..
Darringtun Richardson, st,n of William and
Catharine Lawton, aged a yoar<•, s months
and 14 days.
The eollecture, latrine county dupitrat se . are hero•
by 'moiled to Pettle the h4lnnee or said duplicate,
with the TrinittWO( nr INAUlithilt ClOSfily. by Div 4th
or December next, without delay. The doe tor,
especially. is needed, ❑a row, 0,1 well re old dttpli.
cote,. Collectors may do well by complying with
this notice. By miler or
RUM F. FOWLER,
MONT. Cttt,N COM6r.
ittleet. DAVID V &Wm
W. Baum:nice. rlerk.
Illoonteburg, Oct 311, IW,
WHEREAS, the tine. %%quo a Erwett. rf)!Aidell
11 , jadj(6 of the Court of Oyer and Terminer and Con
mid Jail Delivery, Court of Quarter 51 , 1 , 14111111 of the
Pvlce and Court of Common Pleas and Orphan's Court
in the Nth Judicial District, cot of the C0U3114/
of Culumbia.Sullitan and Wyoming and the Ilan. ham
Derr and Peter K. Herbein. A sen'ateJudnea of Wont
bin Co ,have Mimed their preceptheuring date the 119th
day of Dec. in the year el our Lord one thousand eight
hundred and Dern and to tee directed for holding a
Court ofOrer and Terminer and General Jail delivery,
General Quarter Sessions of the Peeve, Gommon Pleas
and Orphan's Court, in Bloomsburg, in the county of
Columbia. on the Oral Monday, (being the 2d day) of
December neat. is continue one week.
Notice in hereby given, to the Coroner, the hatiaelo
of the Peace mid Constables of the said county utCoL
umbia that they be then and there in their proper per.
son at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of *aid day with their
mord., inquisitions and other remembratice to do
those things with in their Aloes appertain to be done.
And those that are honed by recordation*, to prosecute
against the prisoners that are or luny be in the Jail of
said county of Columbia to be then and there to prose.
eute them tt Shall tee jail,. Jurors are requested to Is.,
punctual to their attendance.agreeehly to their notices.
3 ew , AO. , ) Dated at Bloomsburg, the 20th day of Oct.
L. .11 `,• in the year of lair Lord one Hominoid eight
....,,,, ) hundred and mo, and in the ninetieth
your of the Independence of the United States o
Aerica. ( Goo esca Tile COMMONWEAVIII. )
SA It BEL Ski VOLE, Sheriff.
Monnisburg, 01 , 14.,r, U . 11 , 67.
GRAND JURORS FOR DEC. TERM
PEAVER—S M Denhart Frank 1. Shuman,
RENTON—Wi Soon Asplemon, John Karns,
111.00 M—John N it rota,
ORlFRititEEK—Jonathon R Gordner,
EATA W lottlA —bomb Niftier, John Kiefer, Nathan
CEVIIRA LI A BORO—John P litsinun, D W Wertmen
CONY:NOD AM—Patrick Stark n.
E LOPE.— loans Leidy,
JACKSON—Georgs Getty. Hiram Dakar.
M ADISON—John A Foto.ton. Willism Johnsen
PINE—John Bruner, /Mrs Masteftt,
JURORS FOR THE QUARTER SKS
81ONS, DEC 2, 1867.
Briercreek—John 8 ti ogler. Joseph Blockhouse. John
Illnem—John J Berkley, Jo.eph Sharpies*.
Catavrissa—Welter Scott. Jesse John. Iran', Gearhart
Centre— Aaron Kelchner, V A Bowman. W Wittuire
7ent ral to Born— Henry Deb le.
Oteenstood—Sautusi Freon, Philip loons. Wt„ ista
Loma—Ella. George, John P WAKir,
Medium—lonic Mcßride, James lignites, It Philip'.
Montour- hose' Ilmtion.
Oraope--Ititeee J Mltterd.
RJoringeteek—nentel Kunkle?, Jacob koligentwirt,
lecou—Pcirr Ent. Thomas W Edger, Jacob Melkk.
Suirrionf--uhrintina L Vaot c , Newton Herrington,
illindrach L deer.
itTRORS FOR COURT OP COMMON
PUs S, IWA!. 9, 1867.
Renew—lb.anas Davis. Jesse It Pennington.,
itrlM I k tire—Jersuilah I alaudersi Seth N 00,14. nan.
William 111 . °Win.
Rtieraterk —Albert Smith.
etterner, Watson W Furman.
Untataiesa- .Abel Mulatto, Benjamin P Portlier.
Lenin--Jobe fllll, Nathaniel Campbell, Illerdeval
Goadinin, James Danl.
Oroonwood John Thartiaa,
lianolock*Aarols dmith. Mel
Jarkiddi—Earlarl Vole, thane ratvcr. LananaUl
Goempt—Namord 11a1Hf, Jacob Veavr,
kliolliork—Willioni x MN"
111011—iowph tlinVoldfatlion Miller,
Id W Nosh Nouscr, daniucl
Nanin--Arehrhol4 Psßemo, David elthenbutb.h ,
0001ter JO, 10b7.
V. W. VIVIELI,S,
BUCCDBIiO3I, TO DR. F. C. HARRISON,
no. Dien Room IhP Ail or•
dem 1003,Dilwe will be pronaplijeatUradnel IL
10000,10org, Ott. 30, PC.
Islfir m OreAliStlS ittnt 'FILIAL AT'
I)I47EMBER TER M. 18E7
I Rommel Martz vie John Wlt.
2 Plowl limy r. linyier t lilintuto,
3 Junes V. Milo. C. Ablinit..l al.
4 N'tighl Ilnrh.r v. Poet Miller
3 )nnichanKalitle v. W.liht Hitew.
111 Mnry P. I. Robert OR Iluvw•I?
7 Mom A I.ldoso
IhrVIJ Yeager. ro 011 u tn■ Desso, cr . LI
V Dairld ►cy v. David rahurnsu.
10 Mls's Krum's usa v+ Danlrl lirom's Adrian,
II W intro A 112rfv2 mines 1411 2 .
IV Thomas J. Vanderslice vs Amos Dresher
'l3 Mylveeter J. Fens vs Willard C Green's ulna.
.Id Jncob B. Evens vs 'laid C.
yo.eph Litho v. relay Me l'M
/6 Reline; Miller vs Isaac Yetulr.
17 /mob A, Swtsher vs Abel !batman.
lb Jacob A Swisher vs Richard W Lyon..
19 Jam , ' Garman vs MAO Cresols, et u:.
SO George H. Drown sea Leonard M. Nee Loan.
21 t'. W. Camp* It et al. vs If. W. idemeynow...t . ii .
42 Shield. k Notilter sea Levi Stitt,
Py I.e.'s' J. tits% v. John Bobossob,
V'A Without' echo ler vi PIIIIIOI Patter,
2.5 James St nurser vs George Striate'',
VII ruut we Sylve.h.r J Faux
st'T rlumeri %air', vs C. E. 31..ryerd.a
Vet .tlanival Wstsnt v. tleorrn S%
Samuel Willer. vs Georso
30 John Trembly k co. v. Mary E ateene ei
31 Adam Straunser vi Geom. 'Wicker.
T 3 :Asa Stewart, et al. vs Elijah C. Cleaver.
33 D. tonal' Dean v. Owen 1. Dean.
34 Vrankiin Y. , rufa VII Wi!linni T. Fhwoot,
33 Edward Air Cull It HI. rr John tolvere.nry.
35 Woo, Branch Insurance Co vs ibuon C Eitcve
31 John KoWiner vs Jerentinb K Ikon •dourr.
31 Milton Tsanglo use vs PI flip 0 . No 'es, et al.
Jesse. Robbins IS wire vs Wltli.tus Eve s & wit".
pl HotwiL J. I,yoop' adios. vs 114.1ey Won,.
41 F 11. Person V 9 Andrew efeLIC
14 r, vs Alin Gain.
43 /WC.. McViLkor vs N t.. Camjib. 11.
44 Wllll4ll /41111 Plavairr. • I
43 Prawn k Markley vi J. i Drubs:.
44i nears« Urwn vs. Darr. Vetter.
47 frank Brother k CO. V • !trap,
Id Wllll4ln A. Khoo •• Joirph F long
49 Daniel C. Ent', *dm, vv Jame. eanifey
50 Charley M. Maier e•. 111.1 nonsbip
31 Damsel I.evaa'. adiar. v• John
52 Joba Nato, ve J. M. Foe*.
53 Jarlll 'tome toe veiling . ). Frew..
34 bit Parker 0 , Bilge 11 eitiligar.
53 Itaniel Ileloti n.Ttaniel
3tl Mary Iltcareatty vs gore,' (Jurrrll. Garaiibte Of
Patrick Met.iuly et al .
Claotasbarg Ott. MI. iew
Gifts for (brim Was £ New tears!
A purenn trForK OF FINE. MILD AND PONES
AT4:111-8, AI.I. WANit INTER To RUN, AND
7110ROOGIII.Y REGUI.ATEO, AT TIE LIMY
PRICE. OF •Io EArD, AND NATIorAcTioN
1 0 0 'Witt nnid Hoehn Watt:hey 3150 to 11000
100 Morric 1.1"14 tVatehes. 250 to Sou
111111 I.adims' Witlilies. enainriea, 1110 to 310
Gold 110 titles ChrootometerW”tehec.l3o to 3
la 0 11011 lionises vnall.h I,ov. rt. '3ll in 330
300 Gait! 10ipics tVaphec, 150 to 1100
500 11 . ;01J Vueltas American Watcher, 100 In *3O
500 [Warr Moulins Leverit, 30 to IA)
.CU 73 to Ott
400 Ladies' Watelsca, 50 to 00
000 Hondas I /vine,. 30 to 75
1 One Miaeellaneoun 1 4 11vcr %Vat-h.., 50 to NA
8500 Iluntira tlilver Watche., 23 to MI
sofa Assorted Watch's, all math. 10 to '1
The above aloe% *lll be diepo ed on the p tro
one wire plan, eying every patron a tine hod n
eel id all v..r Witten thr $lO. without regard to vows!
W Pluto aeo.& • nil Porau wey, New York, ypi.h
to in , luetertely Itlppose of the above to,.gotliciot stork
certikeetes, naming Ike nitn•les are pied in tweed
eat elopes and well mixed Willer,. are entitled to
HIP article. na med to lb. tr cent Mate, upon payment
or Ten trollarp, rihtitter it h a netrh worth sumo
at one Worth leis. 'The return of any of our eetii.
pete., entitled you to the uncle. 1111 , 11 A lIICTOIIII.
111 payment, Irretueetire of Ili , vonh. and as N.
aluied kV. thus Lett nomad oil ;thy ...me
elite, it Will at Otter be moon that thot I. ho lottery,
bet a strateht forward 1111'0'1mo tr:toptitt tun. Which
may but partwitottiii to "roil by th • trott ra , t l dittue.
A Piliglo e.rrhtiral, will lit, atoll by mall, pout pNitt
firkin roe Ipt of Ir. tnits. tiv,, 1 . 41, $l .
thi,ty .01.1 elepaot pientiont t.,‘ airy Pit
and more valuable went:not for u, ..0.. hundred
and moat Putout, Watch for 'lO alto,. or tiptoe
wi.heng eatt.leymee , . I i. In 3 rt... ore Y ll'llty. It
fP a legilluately tamlu. te.l trltthiPiti..
04 by lbw Government. ant ou the /1104e111,••
fill scintilla Weril , s ~..111 by Etpre.... with bill
tar rntlectionoe 11411 very, es° ateastit.lactitia
can possibly ennui Try as. Addrom
WIOUUT, YIKITHER k CO. Imparter..
101 Itroadway, New York.
Oct. 7D 140.-3drr*.
Vhitulel** Ed. Mall Mead,
WVITER TIME TABLE.
THRougm Avn manur lOIITH BETWEEN
I.IIII.kOELPIIIA. NALTIMORK lIAR
GMAT 011. REGIOI
ELM ANT SLEEPING CABS
On 10111 nn,r MONDAY, ISO 0.!
T rein, nu Philadelphia A: I:ria•Rail Road and
WL,STIV AR It
MAIL, TRAIN Ind Phil udo IphiA 3 tits 9 . eet
Northumberland 3 3a a. in
•• arrive in Erie 45 p. to
eXPRESS 11.11VG11 Philadelphia 11 Oa ratan
Pionliouthertand ti 44 p. m
turfy. at Erie 945 a, en
ELMIRA MAIL leaves Philadelphia a 00 a in
•* Northuinherland 4 VS p.
• arrive at Luck Haven 743 p. in.
MAIL TRAIN leaves Erie la 40 a m
•• Northumb..,land I VI a. m•
arrive at d 33 a. in.
ERIE BZPdES9leave Iris 4 9i p. m.
Norihumbeilaad 3 99 a. m.
arrive at Philadelphia toa p.
EL.MIitA MAIL. leave* Lock Haven 7 10 a, In,
4. Northumberland lu la a in,
at Philadelphia P lU p. m
Mail and Hamm.* connect with all traum nn
WARREN k FRANKLIN RAILWAY. POSelkgPfil
leaving Philadelphia at 12 00 :mica at 'striation
at d di a. in.. and Oil City ni 0 50 a to .
Leaving Philadelphia at 8 MI P, to., arrive at Oil
City at 4 35 p. m.
All train!, on Warren & Franklin Rallanv make
Moire connection• alit 14(y with /rains for trsioii ,
Nil WO Petroleum Centro 11A00,4014 PIIECKRO
TOM:GIL A. L. TV LER, General dopl tine.
Oct. 30, Mat
A BUSINESS CHAT
Good morning. Squire, which way with Your
On my way home, sir; I have got tolls for my
Mil woman to opis;
Well Squire, if it is a fait asestion, whale did you
get carding dose so soon
0, at Vamp's roomy.
Mete is tlint
Near Orangeville. I tell you it pays to get carding
done there. Ware tools for n co. per Ih, if you
take and bring your wool, oellAS rebuilt its ma.
chine and got new cards on. Depend on it no poor
rolls lre made there, us he is tending his machine
blunter( OWN moon. Ile says, for an ereontmnda•
lino for those.whe live at a instance. if they leave
their wool at Other or the Store. no Orangeville, the
sante will be wonted to. A NO, their cloth for fur.
ling coloring trod dressing.
that SM years, since June 1543. Veere has been
steady et the bustnesit with one fibular pore. No
ups and downs iu his prim... Rich nod poor all
Victory 01:01, Or togivilir, in Mt. Plesscint town
ship , Cutittntni County,
TORRINGTON & HODGKINS,
SOPER PHOSPHATE OF LIME•
As the 'MUM is at hand. we offer to the farmers
our Super Phovhate, surbleb, as a fertiliser Mr
Wheat, Coen. Ws. Potatoes. cannot be excel•
led, and warrant it as a peinument improver at all
k noir of Soil, (not esrept Ins any.) It does not act as
a simple stionititot, for one crop mint, but is lasting
in nil eirtele, which con be proved by the farmer.;
of Cheater add oiljoininn cOtintisM, of this State also
of the %Omni counties of Delaware and Maryland,
who have used oar manufacture for the last h year*.
ror Wheat, :MO Ms per acre. Milled or town
For Corn. ISO teeth/ lbe. per awe, dropped in hill
et time of plectra.
Fur Oats. ISO lbs. per na e. sown bre:Watt,
For Potatoes, 4(J lb* per ecru, grist in the
Ent Wass, tins lbs. per atm as a lop dresser,
This atiantay on Dress Lands will produre au in.
crease on first emir a( 1 to it toss per atre.
Dive it a trial? We know that the! result will be
Sold in hairs or gon ith, mit at per tern limn.
sand pooled* at oar New Nanniardory, t East end
Market Street ; also promptly shipped to all points
on P. it K. L.* IL N t 7, and
.E K. KYKII. Agent illoolusburc REED k
.1. E. '11)11111V: PON,
sfoomonn, Joy 3t.
GO TO lillOWElni TO VA tY YOUR
Tba Illoossabarp ldstwl 1141 11124
ill Assoc!alio' is wow ready to receive ableatripo
tins, for stark, Apply to t, I. Num.'s,. heeldeat, at
hill OW.. R. P. Lam, Meows, at hi. stare. I gno,r
it.,crotao it hie rolls& or to any of the director.. I I
order a do' aeitorrailirei, it. KNORR. r+ctelatl.
Came to Itor premise.' of ibo undoralined in Coal.*
r • • toseamblp, some moon the „r
C. Aaptorntier, a I.IWIT 111:10 PULL, 614.
poepp to be obolit IP month. old Th
own, rl, r.queeted to ...MIS forward prove
o ire: le pay an.l toil, ao ay, others% me
lie fu het gold acrordlat to lay.
LIS!! A II AGV:II ACP.
I,', 're. °dot,. r
Irl. n,glit a
fah In 11., 3 1.10 /I lIA 111..1111t.'„ three
L years old 'mit spring black 11/1104 and but
mod about Id bond. high.
gram A reasonable , reward will hr paid for the
r'qurii or lb. horse, and also for tbo taief The
borer! w ma foruterly *wised by tiapheis Kim*.
Tow,: 11111, T.ozerne Cu., Kept. PA, 1110.-.3w yd.
14TOOL Wo()/. 1 . t . WOOL!!!
orr 1: I. A s; 1.01 won
Tna 1.1 1 1. 1 .11.11Mr1i sill pa) the Oistmial mat eri pi •
in rachanire !or Oath either of hl. OWN muslike ore.
Doer MITIs. Willialnlport, or eity. Pralla
year Waal to the Moiaal Mille, at Her lane.
villa. Pa. J, E. ISANdos
Sept. 4, 1167.
TO CONBIIMPTIV ES.i
Th. Rev. F3tWARD A. WILSON rwlii .end Mee
u r c har i ot, Ur atl Wbe /Noire It, the preventable" with
the iilrectionm, Air meting end biting the .rlopla
remedy by %shish he nas cored or a tang am ° ,
end that dread disease Consumption. His only oh
jar, is to banott the strict*/ sod he hopes every
,illerer will try this prescription. as It will east
mem nothing, and may prove • ble•sons. Please
addres• flee. Id [AV 1 Rll A WII.OIN.
Ve . South iecuarl Meted, Williamsburg, Sew
loffootiation peraranit , ./1 to pr0.1n,!, , a lot:Jr/eat
rowtb of Bair flaw' a bold bead nr beardlone
alpn a re.,lpe fn the reinnv el of rimploo,
Eruption.. irk., nein,. lona leaving the no s e ,nt
r. and beautiful. ton ba ornained trillion Charge
by addr.,,,lort Troos, F. CHAPMAN Otlinsuat.
eit Broadway. /kW York
Left lila horns la flontlatk Township. Cn luatkls
Canntyy. oa the nootillty of Oa I;th or July
Tlittoooollfl ISItYttART a lad oird It yrars. lirt
en when he lett* .white wool hat, cheek shift. dark
pants. and a yray coat oansidarshly won't of Ike
wour. nod hatdwa•dd,, Tilt lad has dark hair sad
4,01 ryes. alai ratios (sir palm, and is of I out
balld. Any Infosioation etf M. a bereabonis will be
thankfully revolved by Ms ansioua mother at
bora. Pm. MAMMA RLT NEYII.I/IT.
tit tow.r t.
eirerits. os Rnewm.r. P:41114 1.47't or Car INWOOD ?INV .
l'11" Auditor appointed by the Or.
;Mans yo w l a tae 1:01111ty of Colombia, to ,nalowsjis
trtantion of the trainee in the bands of Johnson II
Ikclrr odministrator of Rn•Wel 1 ROO late of Ureeo •
wood township deceased to and among the respert•
tredliter• n t 11,...1 , relletit, In the. order rodanlilitied
by law will attend at 1114 Whet, in illoommbOrt no
Tharadr.v too twenty.ttret day of rovemner .1; D.
1 0 a. 7 . al 10 ....Adel( A. N. for the porprou of attending
to the door+ or his nptnot.lent. when sod where
all parties Interested are. eopttred to prosent tleur
elnint•. or to • deb irr.ol I Oil ,001ing in tor a ~ h4r.. of
the 1.1.1,1. Y,. R. IKELER
Blootnebore, Pep!. It. 17447.—tr.
I. hereto riven that th. , untlerttivirtf, cotitttlii
of Rewinds Township. coo:moos 'irony. from this
dale (siert. 1611,.) turbid any person Of persons Ire
pitoollnit On our lands. All who are found so diner
will h., dealt with ai collie; to I.lw
t Mathias Aromas. J It .
triter U Wlllen.ti
I Hugh It recort.le porester Turret,
I R. at W. V. Richert. I Jacob Mewl.
M. nib •n It, itch. Wii . Whiter4teen.
Itrtulm It, dept. Is. pd.
clivr It Al V 14 II E LP,
umbe 10 the premise. of the •uhisei Re q. IA re nt , o
.I..wi t‘ h i t i :nti int the :111., Of Jolt
' last. nye 1111 A It I's , oy.
I. mloesteil to come Pi/weir,
s us V prove property. pay ehrtg-ii and tak••
• thew away ; ollierwt•e ilpy will be
disposed or itecorili ng to law.
t'eotre Towrsitnip. 111. Sid 7.
IN TILE 0111)11.‘NS' COURT IN TIIE
moat f of eseeptione to the reporter A u ditor fa
ilioithiitinn of the control` Peter 'lreland. deceased.
September fin, 1067..1. Kohler. Fire.. appoilitrif
lOorr to take. teettintouty, Sly 1,110 enjel.
Vertiheil r the Record. Jemit Clerk.
To poise- iiitere•ted in the Above caw mite 11011 , ...
•Irit I dull attend fin the purpose of toy iippoint•
went. it my 000.0. an bora. iiii Friday, I •.• !to
day of Novendier. Pail. at 10 ii'eloek a. on.
ttrt tr, tI
AD3II N I!..rrlt ATMS' NOT If.
foil , re 4 , initrot.tratr.so itt4 itotti
Wee CoWler, kite of ern" r" 0t.h.4101., dvrowd,
hav4 , tA0..0 gratami by tHrt 11110 , r ei Cottittititt
Coooly to Thoome C, COW lee land Moore Oteelsoi,
of Oroott Townrhip, said Conoty. A I rer , eMe hae•
thit eLtittle stlathet the POtate arc rewreteit to rwrk ,
them known to the udelttlisttatote WWI thOote !O&M.
ed to the vrtute trait make holneettite payment to
ItIONIArtC. }VW I,FR. t Adm ,..
A 100111: cREVELIXG. '
o,tobe, 1.1 *X —tier
TH COM! , MI L .110VME
a. H. STOMA E , Proprietor;
Thin it a new MAO lAttqy tltted up for the
dation of the traveling public generally. Waited on
mow purest. ■ few door* ahoy* the lour,. house. on
what ia known as the "Itohhi *on property.•" It in
ventrally legated in ti e town, ain tot plemtent place
Mr t amity to atop . being in that part of towel
where the majority of the Menne,. is being done.
The proprietor feria ronfident that he is prepared
to eiva genera t ontiaraction to his gmotte, and would
solicit a fair portion of the public patronage.
Moomenutg. May 13. ItlO..
P & CANDLE MANUFACTORY
EVERT & NIEDT,
4 . IIEMICAL ERISIVE sou's.
ACM Mannentinred from pular materials and may
he ennoble( d the standard of excellency. Far Sale
by all tlenems. Can be had al Cat/minim ihonme;
burg) ktebt ,eltreet, Espy. and ail regatta store*
t brougha the Cooley.
. .)(nantently nu hand Chemical Erasiv.!.
hemirah [div, Pate and Miner Soap*.
KT"' Orders soltcitod. *pt.
T F, II SWAN tIOTEL,
Orange Ville, Cblumbia Cb., Di;
fhe buhprrilivr reopeetfully, kin
frlende ond rho. pirldkri lost ho hoe token the
above well knnwn
Er „ rIATAINMENT,
and will he pleared to MOND the ruellik of all why
will favorhlin with %V4ll. He will keep
A GOOD TABLE,
o Par well Flocked with the best of biouercand
every Out% will Se mole to fender, wire ketrritoe ,
inn. JOHN ONYULR.
• OraorAlile Murk 10 10.07.
LADIES . FAltt
At JOHN PARMA'S
OW Eatenllo4 FUR ManucartorC
N 0.710 AM3II Maya 7 th, 1, A DNI,PII I
Hum. anre tot owe of toy own IM•ortatlon amt
Manvnteture . one of the larva and most
oclethons of •
for Ladles' nod Cblldren'a >lVear N the Cily.
• line mmortment of Gent's Fur Gioyea and collar.
I em enabled to dispose of my pods at vary mason'
able pilcro, and I would Morello!, uollult Built from
my Mende 111 eolillUblaOlunlly and vicinity
Remember the Name, Humber and S treet'
NO 718 ARCH BL, 0188yelth. smatb athr Puma' ,
ce.i ovvic NQ 11'487088, Min COI igirnos WITh 4Nt
(mats; $llO M PtttLattri74BA.
October t iBb7,-4111.
CRIME & *SHIPMAN,
PRACTICAL HOUSE AND
giga Paiiiters and Paper Rangers,
Iluvlo4 bud o long Piporitioug ii abovr lottst
111*#$ 1110 Y would ratpertioity two/ tiotk owvietto to
thn etlitent uy tiluoutoburg iu4 uniwoouding
wy, 'rho], ofe itrupure*l togant Inadsoose , 01 , 1
inn Pollnow. Vaporing Urollitg lit illool lrottitS ,
tad 411 work befousing to Out tit g now
op - Oriel-, left their Atop to Ilto court 11 "* ..
Alley. or at the tlkehint ototet 1 .. p fowl
t) Stedu. tidtdlindutiutu In"lct
will Ile yroutetly otteltioli
Sloontaburg„iog tot ;