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IR M. .1 AMORY,
IVEDNE7q).II', JUNE 3.;068.
1P 4 111EEN11ACK8 AlllO, 000 1, ,
Exor1;11 rAY THE 1 AIOIER,
51EPHANIC. THE LABORER,
THE MERCHANT. THE SOLDIER,
AND THE SOLDIER'S WIDOW WHO
PAY TAXES, ARE HOOl4
ENOllltl TO P. 117 Tut:BONDHOLD
ER WHO PAYS NO TAXES,- --Demo , .
Densocridic HMO Ticket.
V 4,11 ittlirron CIENERAL,
HON. CHARLES E. BOYLE,
OF FA YETTN COUNTY
FOR SURVEYOR OENERAL,
tiES. WELLINGTON U. ENT,
Call for the National Democrat
The Nationl) Democratic Committee, by
virtue of the authority en6reed upon them
by the last National Democratic C' o nvention
at a meting held this day at Wasthington,
D. C., voted to hold the next Convention
for the purpose of nominating candidates
for president and Vicc-Ponident of the
United States on the 4th day of July, Fins,
at 12 o'clock u., in the City of New York.
The basis of representattou t, 4.i fixed by
the last National Ihnnocratie Convention, id
double the number of Senators :;10 Repre
sentatives in oingmss of each State under
the last apportinmeent.
Each State is invited to scud delegate.
ArOVFT BELMONT, Chairman.
Fattimmc O. PniNcE, Secretary.
Washington, February '22, ig6s.
!Death of IN-Prepoldent Amara
Mr. Bitelionon died on Monday last, at
his residence,unir Lancaster. Ills m e re is
eminently a bkorical one; and by his death
the nation loses one more of the old and
genuinely patriotic class.
In haste we write this, but more fitting
tribute will be paid to his memory in our
Me Corning Man
Numerous excellent men have been named
in the noeratic press, and have been
spoken of in private circles, a. being each
proper and available candidates for the Pres
idency. As all know, each have earnest and
hard-working adherents. The claims of somn
are urged for what they hare done ; and of
others for what they have 'not done ; thus
bringing positive and negative qualities into
the political balance. Certainly the friends
of Gun can claim little for him except
his ability to lead men into battle. The
tame may be said of Ilmiencw ; but noth
ing can be said ogaitut either of these men
as pilots or guides in public civil afraii 6, for
the very plain reason, if for no other, that
neither of them Lave been before the public
in a civil capacity giving them any proud
nenee. What is wanted, (and we sincerely
believe the great taw of the honest men of
the country rill agree with us,) is a man
who, havin; a FilirleiChtly extended replan
lien throughout the whole country for labor
eat and acquired administrative
joined with a character for unswerving integ
rity, can command the raped as wen as the
torts of the hard-working, tax-paying peo
ple of the land.
It is time that we should awaken, and
discard the principle that, because a man,
perhaps insignificant in every other respect,
has led his thousands to battle, (mayliap he
has brought only his hundreds back,)—that
for this reason he should be made President
of the United States! Or that because
another has made -what was called a telling
speech in Congress, therefore he should be
President. It is not expected by sensible
people that. the man who occupies the White
House at Washington shall wear spurs and
sword, or that he shall dance attendance at
serenades, or before elf constituted cent.
tuittees, to make set-speeches. Ills work
is of a practical character, and forishieh a
proper qualification can only be acquired by
thorough intercourse with the people.
The class of men thus fitted for this high
office, is smell, lett it is time that their
claims were asserted. Mere managing pal
iticiansl, who have nothing but their own
intere:ts in view, may turn aside at the men
tion of the name of GEORGE W. WOOL
wAnn, or MA PACKER, but we believe that
the time is near at band, when the mom
will t/einand a chief executive from the class
to which these men belong. The history of
both these . persons is a part of the his
tory of our great State. The first is known
as one of the most able jurists in the land
the second us a man who has a more thor
ough acquaintance with the business inter.
este of the country, and a knowledge more
nearly complete of its wants as well as of its
capacity, thun, perhaps, any among the 4,000,
000 of our State. Such qualifications, when
combined, with unquestioned integrity, and
moral character of the very highest grade,
are not to be overlooked. The people are
begiett'Jig to reflect, and we predict that
sterling worth will, at the next election, be
the sttndurd t,y which candidates for the
Presidenq will be measured.
were matter of form, and not be
eau,e the iotelageneo will bo fredi to our
readers, wa announce that impeachment is
"". We ate 119 PPY to add that there
was no partitular apidog of tho entrails of
the ,Nation attending the toveetis or death.
Tim rlyini off at a
spill rate .sinve the impeachment faro.
IT IS übwlt time the Demooratecommenee
organizing • leilvely ~ peigl e fit's hie
00naressi I Met, an' . 'Op 'it
et man a Congrensional :min
, thee not even been ',Weil who w
Staid . hat mition from amen he
.teenY goo ill eetegattebtiben in the Dis
trict. What the Democratic party want in
this District is a sterling Democrat and a
gentleman in every way qualified for the po
sition ; and in the event of such a nomina
tion, we feel confident that the Democracy
would make a manly, noble fight in defence
of the great principles of Jefferson and
Jackson. The question to be decided by
the people this full A the polls is, whether
they are in favor of supporting by taxation
the indolent negroes of the South, or wheth
er they, the negroes, should do as all poor
white men are compelled to do, starve, or
earn their own support. Wo need have no
fears of the result in our District i: the is.
sue be fairly made and met. Mr Mercur,
who will be ru-nominated by the Radical
party, has made for himself a record on
this negro question that can not be misun
derstood by a single man in am District.
This county will be expected to express her
self iu favor of some suitable person for
Congress in our next County Convention
which will meet on the 25th of' July next;
and in view of that the above suggestions
have been made. The editors of the press
in the District have a voice in the selection
of ean•lidates, and it is their duty to make it
head. The mere fact that a man edits or
owns a paper does nut sacrifice hie individ
uality in these matters. lie has just us
much right as " any other man" to say who
shall be his representative in the Halls of
the Nation. Make good judicious nomin
ations and all will bo well. The changes
will be great this fall. The people have
gotten their qua open. They are utterly
disgusted awl disheartened at the reckless
and extravagant mismanagement of the
Radical Itumpites, and nothing short of a
complete overthrow of that party will satis
fy the country. We have a great deal in
our favor while the Radicals can use little
or no argument to our disadvantage.
To; Lt.mvsts LAw.—At a regular meet
ing of the Central Democratic: Club," he bl
in Willte4-18arre, on Tuesday evening. The
License Law, recently passed by the Repub
lican Leg; 4ature, came up for consideration,
Stanley Woodward, Hsi., offered the follow
ing Preatilble and Resolutions, which were
unanimously adopted :
Whrreit•, President Johnson has been ac
quitted by the Senate of the U. S., on the
I ith Article of Itnpeaehment ; and, where
as Mammal as his acquittal is the triumph
of wrieten, consit'lntimmf /me and the dicta
lion of a mad partisan spirit, be it there
I?r;.eG•erf. That the nineteen Senators who
rated in favor of acquittal, each and all, are
entitled to the highe4 honors which belong
to those, who, in hours of partisan strife,
recognize neither self or party, but obey the
(Hewes of their consciences, and seek alone
to viirlieMe the cause of truth, or justice,
ohd of law.
That the not of' Assembly pass
ed by the Republican. Legislature of Penn
sylvania. nu its last session, and approved
by the Republican Governor of the State,
eittiteled "An net for the protection or the
SVholesalu and 11utail Mordianis in the
Comity ref Luzerne," ix oppposed to the in•
terests of the people, the spirit or progres
t•ion. and to every 11), , nmeratie
We denounce it, as eitizens,and Democrats,
and call upon our representatives in the next
Legislature to favor its immediate repeal.
defeat of the impeachment trial ham
taken all the good feeling and vim out of
the editors of the Republican press, and
infused it into the editors of the bread-and.
butter.brigade-organs. While the whole
country feel pleased, gratified at the result
of that great trial, the new press through
out the country are more than jubilent over
it.. Their whole maintenance and continn
:nee depended on a favorable termination,
All good, conservative people congratulate
thenmelves upon still having a "govern
ment," and one too that will live to see this
lladival party sink into the lowest depth of
ruin. That party is hourly making itself
more infamous and degrading. The more
sensible men of that once powerful party of
"high moral ideas" are fast leaving it like
rats from a sinking ship. The business of the
Democratic party is to guard well its lines,
and not be too hasty in placing these repen
tants in prominent position.
WE notice that the ilinitour ,Imercan of
the 23th ult., repeats the slander on the
people of Yolk respecting the alleged as
sault on Gen. Logan, who recently passed
through that place. in the ears. The libel
haying been retracted by Forney's Press, in
which paper it originated, this persistent
attempt to render a whole community odious
is utterly inexcusable ; and when wo say
only this, we are drawing it mild. Moro
than a week since the Press, through a card
published by the Republican Executive
Committee of York county, denied that
any thing of the kind had occurred. tiliame,
SAWBERZAVEMPITO'—Wo notice by tho
York papers that lion. A. J. Glosshrenner,
recently met with a severe domestic afflic
tion in the death of his son aged 23 years.
He is spoken of' as a young man of rare
promise, and his loss will bo deeply mourned
by a lurge circle of loveing friends. We
tender the stricken father and family our
sincere Fympathics in this sad bereave
A LOVER of radicalism and negroes re
marked in our hearing the other day, that
he could "see more copperheads and rebels
now than at any time since the commence
meet of the war." We have an idea he'll
keep on seeing them until after the Novem
ber election, when he'll 'go up the river
DEAD. —Oeorgo Derr, son of our esteem
ed friend David Derr, of Philadelphia, and
formerly of' this place, died of eonaumption,
ou the 21 st inst., and was brought to this
Owe for burial. 110 was a young lean
'highly esteemed by all who had the pleasure
of his acquaintance.
(In Ole arrival of' the remains at the do
lot a large emik.ourse of our citizen, friends
of the dei , .ased had iv.t.etubled who follow
ed them to their last resting
Altoona School Dilation
Tito following is a true statement of the
1. , . rei by the Board of
, • t 1 year coding on the
Ist day of Judi,
Ree'd bal, fro car, E. Men.
denball, Tre r, $.161 63
" of Bounty fund from Ms
Mendenhall, Treasurer, as pnr
Auditors' sottletnent, 168 48
" State aperopriation, 21411 02
'"From IS, .V. Hartman, col. 1865 M 03
" Other foam% 33 25
Duplicate for 1867-68 3724 88
onerationn, 61 . 46 .
14v cullectur'ocom.lB3 17- 244 62 3480 26
Net receipts, 4,423 27
Paid 7 male teachers for 7
months, $2205 00
3 female teachers
for 7 menthe, ON 41
" 1 female teacher fur
5 month, 150 00 3053 41
" Repairs at Iron Dale
School House, 165 38
" at Welch Hill School
House, 38 75
" sundry repairle,stoves,
ttovo pipe, &c., 110 90 324 00
" for fuel, 152 62
" Secretary one year's salary, 40 00
" advertising sad printing, 11 00
" for furniture, 25 Ot/
" for maps, crayons, ctn., 26 1$
" for 5 months rout, 1 room, 15 00
" fur 5 copies/IL School .Anir'l. 500
" far deed,g, P tamps and articles
of agreement, 7 35
" J. Evans on set droll ostate, 200 00
K 31ondenhall, do. do. 108 48
" Treasurer s commission, W 55
Balance in hands of Treasurer, 316 59
The Board of Directors
have bought one lot of
ground of E. Mendenhall,
in Esst Bloomsburg, for
the sum of $5OO 00
One lot (Wheal) Evans,
adjoining the above fur 800 00 1300 00
On which bas been paid
34 aim') 3GB 49
T. J. MORRIS, Past.
Attest: J. K. EPOAR, Secy.
Al Murderer Ttsree Times Sen.
teneed to be Dunn.
In March last, the Court of Appeals in
this city affirmed the judgement of the Oy
er and Terminer and the Supremo Courts at
Poughkeepsie, which condemed Tomas
Fitzgerald to death for the murder of Elen
Hicks at White Plains, Westchester county,
in August, 1866. Fitzgerald had twice be
fine been sentenced to death for this mur
der, his life having becu saved by appeals
and stays of proceedings. Iu view of the
judgment of the Court of Appeals, Judge
Gilbert on ;Monday sentenced the prisoner
to be hanged on Friday the 20th day of
June next.. When the prisoner stood up to
receive the sentence, the only evidence of
emotion were a slight flush of the face and
a trcn or of the lower lip. Ile was then re
moved to his old quarters at the White
Plains Jail—whence ho is certain to go to
the scaffold unless the Governor interferes.
The circumstances of this murder are re
vived by the Poughkeepsie Eagle, On the
of A g ibt, 1866, live or six soldiers sta
tioned at Throg's Neck proceeded to a small
town in Westchester county, and made a
call at a bakery thcre,kept by a man mtmed
Eliot. While there an altercation ensued
between Eliot and his vi4tors, which result
ed in a fight during which Eliot's arm was
broken. The soldiers retired, but late in
evening returned to the sconce, accompani
ed by Thomas Fitzgerald, one of their corn
radca, who was duing,pieket duty.'at . Throg's
Neck. Eliot seeing them approach his
house concluded that trouble would ensue,
and prepared to vacate his premises, By
this time the party had surrounded the
house. Eliot seeing that his chances were
desperate, jumped out of the second story
window, in the rear of the building, his
broken arm in a sling. Only one of the as
sailants was in the way. Ile grappled with
Dim, but getting the worst of the fight
Eliot made good his escape.
The soldiers turned to go off, when they
observed two young girls, about eighteen
years of age each, standing in the door of a
dwelling near by, watching the proceedings.
One of the girls was Ellen flicks Ste stood
with her arm about the waist of her com
panion, when Fitzgerald deliberately raised
his musket (the whole party being armed)
and fired, the ball penetrating the body of
Ellen flicks, and she fell to the threshold
a corpse.”—A/haay Argus May Ma
ADVERTISINO.—The country is full
of men who have got rich by advertising.
In fact, no man expects now to keep his
business running without informing the
people what he is doing, and where he can
be found. They have been so long accus
tomed to gaining that information from
newspapers, that they depend upon that
source altogether, and govern their trade
from what they learn and read at their homes
and by their own firesides. A lively adver
tisement is a friendly talk between business
men and their customers. It is a weekly
invitation for people to come and trade.—
And every mail day, the readers of a local
paper expects to bee and hear what the
morchauts, the manufacturers and the
tradesmen have to say. A local newspaper
is a traveling agent, taking his weekly round
to the family of all their customers. No
matter whether times are good or dull, no
matter whether trade is brisk or otherwise,
no business man can afford to take down his
sign, nor withdraw the pleasing influence of
a weekly chat with his customers through
the newspaper. For a business man to stop
advertiring, would be equivalent to his say
ing, I have stopped lansines and ask no more
favors of the people.
GEO. W. Zfiroutit and J. J. RZYMINSNY-
Dxtt, have announced themselves as candi
dates, willing to se rvo the electors of their
district, composed of the oounties of Dau
phin, Northumberland, Snyder and Union,
in Congress. Thew gentlemen are citisens
of Northumberland county and either of
them fit and equally anxious to go to Con-
A 1 411POWOUve nl i n t:iiiiii by Llibt•
On Fang last, during the hail storm that
visited this section, the train bound east on
Toledo, Peoria an d allow Railway, George
Bides, conductor, and C. A. Martin, En•
gineer, had jug left El Paso when the storm
struck it. When about a mile and a half
east of that city, the lightning struck a
telegraph pole. Instead of shattering it
and going to the ground, it burst the insula
tor, snaking a blue of light, passed
when to the nut insulator, and bus that,
with another blaze of light, as Utopia,
looker-on informs us, as a thousand gas jots,
and no on for five poles. It then ran down
ono polo and leaped to the track, and ran
back without doing any damage until it
struck the engine. It ran up one of the
drivers, and burst aigection of two feet out
of the solid tire, and passing along the boil
er, without doing any damage, it reached
the lever and went upward with a blaze of
light similar to that on the telegraph wire,
and with a detention like a small cannon.
So intense ants the light, and so violent wan
the shock, that the engineer was nearly
blinded, and almost stunned. Our infor
mant says that the appearance of the light
on the track was brilliant beyond conseption.
It looked as if there was an immense lake
of fire ahead, into which the train wan
about to plunge, and the contrast between
the light anti the ordinary daylight that
followed seemed 119 great as that between
the brightest day and the darkest night.—
Peoria (III.) Ihper.
tarA WORD FOR NFWSPAPERS. -We clip
the following from an exchange and give it
a merited prominence:
"Nothing is more common than to hear
people talk of what they pay newspapers
for advertising, etc., as so much given in
charity. Newspapers by enhancing the val
ue of property in their neighborhoods, and
giving the localities in which they are pub
lished a reputation abroad, benefit all such ,
particularly if they aro merchants or real
estate owners, thrice the amount yearly of
the meagre sum which they pay fur their
support. Ile-ides, every public spirited
citizen has a laudable pride in having a pa
pr which he is not ashamed of, oven though
he should pick it up in New York or Wash
ington. A good looking, thriving sheet
helps to sell property, gives character to the
locality; in all respects is a desirable public
convenience. If, from any cause, the mat
ter in the local or editorial column should
not be quite up to your standard, do not east
it aside and pronounce it of no account, un.
til you are satisfied that there has not been
any more labor bestowed upon it than is
paid for. If you want a good, readable
sheet, it must be supported. And it must
not be supported in a spirit of charity either,
but because you feel a necessity to support
l; Da. JOUN, in attempting to enlight
en one of his thick headed correspondmits,
tys universd suffrage is allowing ail
to vote without conditions." how about
the women, Dot-ron? Have tby no
rights you are bound to respect ?
NA BROW EVA PE. —On last Wednesday
a child ot' Piker Treas, between two aril
three years or ag e was playing on the track
of the Catawissa Railroad when the freight
train coining along throwed the child be
tween the fire pan and the rail and 44 ears
passed over it. The child we learn was se
verely but not dangerously injured.—Peen
Honsg DitowNED.—Dr. Strawbridge, of
this place, had a valuable horse drowned on
Wednesday morning last. Ilia hired man
hail backed the horse with the buggy into
the river for the purpose of washing it, but
got into deep waterand the horse was drown
ed. The man made a narrow escape from
the same fate.—Atnrille
INCENDIARIES.-Ou Friday night last a
fire broke out in the Slaughter House of
Zlowrer & Lenhart, situated on thumb
street, near the Railroad. The building
was consumed, together with a valuable
horse, two dressed beeves, two sheep, &o.
The whole loss amounts to about $llOO
partially insured. The fire was the work ot'
20 incendiary.— Dantille IntefUgencer.
M VITA DEPRESSION.—MentaI depres
sion is a diqut-e of the nervous system, anti,
of all the ills flesh is heir to, it is the one
that excites the least sympathy. It is a
subject of frequent jests, and is called by
various derisive terms; but, although it is
often laughed at, it is not easy to laugh the
patient out of the belief that his ills are all
real, for it is a real disorder —the general
features of which are constant fear, anxiety
and gloom. The external senses, as well as
the await' filculties, often manifest symp
toms of derangement. Noise, as of falling
water,and ringing:in the ears are complained
of, while black specks and fiery sparks flit
before the vision. Admonitions hke these
should not bo disregarded, as they may, if
neglected, terminate in insanity. The seat
of the disease is in the brain and nervous
system, and to control the malady it is ne
cessary to use a powerful tonic and alterative,
which will correct and tone those organs
without inflaming the brilin. This is the
secret of the PUOCCIS of HOSTWITER'S
STOMACH BITTERS in cases of this
kind, for which it is the safest as well as the
best of restoratives.
In fact it is the only pure and reliable
tonic stimulant known. Many nostrums,
purporting to be tonics, are puffed up from
titu to time in the newspapers, but the
sufferer had better let them alone. HOS
MITER'S STOMACH BITTERS has
proven itself, by many years of rial, to be
in every respect what it is represented to be.
" Poor Tom's a'cold." •
How warm soc'er the genial sun
Mny look in kindness on the earth,
In Tom Jones' veins no ohoering warmth
Dispels the gloomy sorrow of his soul.
Dytympaift„ like a goblin, hunts him down,
Ague, nm chamberlain, lights him to bed.
While Dullness,Vertigo and Headache dire.
While fiercer a ches oombine to make him
Harken, Thomas, to instruction :
For all thy ills a remedy is found,
A Panacea. certain, pleasant, sure,
A wonderous Tonic, made by Dr. Drake.
Ws presume " Poor Tom's" ease Is not
worse than hundreds who are cured daily by
this wonderful medicine.
MAMMMA WATFIt.-A delightful toilet
•rtiele—auporlor to Cologne and at half t he
Wheat, per bail* $2 $0
ity "it ir ... ... . ..... t
rib 1 35
Buek . whent " 1 Oii
~,, s i go
ovetped " • s. 7Cu
zgiSt' I, " 3 150
i'dtpplcul " A. 1110
Pot ~ Wes t i , 140
Flour per barrel, 13 00
Eggs per dozen,2o
Tallox per tfud,............... .. ........., 14
HatuK " 20
Shoulders, " .......... . ..... ...—..... waif)
Hay per ton, WOO
On the 2Sth ult., by the Rev. William J.
Byer Benjamin 11. Harman, to Mims Cath
arine Mensinger, both of Main township,
Columbia Co., Pa.
In Williamsport, on Faiday Mat, at the
rosidenee of the bride's father, A. Howell,
Fsq., by Dr. Lincoln, Mr. S. IN. Kimble to
Miss Sallie J. Howell, both of Williams
By Thos. J. Morris, Esq. Freeman Cole
man, of Rupert, Pa., to bfahala Dreidlei,
of Bloomsburg, Pu.
By the same, Sanford Pegg to Sallie Gei
ger, frith of Bloolaidourg.
To the Democratic Voter's of
Femme Demon/me : Waring been earnestly tone.
tied by my tlemitermie frieude to 1,19t11411P a MIA dote
(or the oaten of Comity Commissioner. otter due eon.
gideration and einteahation with iny frionda and ed.
worher4 it the mien 14 tremor My, l Guys em#l4efit
ea to al low WV name to be bird io - m0110(11°11 with
that Ohm subject. to the demshm of the Ihmwtetic
Convention and I pledge myself d
, if nominate I en
elected, to perform the duties MOM °Mee to she best
of me ability and to the ititetoias of the (*MUM, of
Centre twp., M 4517, WOO.
To the Desnocralle Voters of
rimotv llTlZlVlll,—tgavioit boon solirttod by many
or soy Dernotratte irk tido, t for rtroro atr r loym if
OR a randttbito Lembo Often orLoamy Cooktuiwoner
sobje.t.t to the dtcision of ttta next Lb•urtocntttc County
WM. GUM MAACK
Montour Townrhip, May, 27 Id 6r4.
In the Orpheus' Court for the County of Colombia,
Esture of Joseph Steele deceased.—The motor sm.
pointed by the Court to dietribnte the fend is the
Minds of the edeileiewdee o f said deceased will
meet the putties interested Or the purpose of his
appointment on Friday the With dos of June
let* at tO o'clock A. M. Hi his °Mee in Monmohnrg.
when all persons interested must present their
claims or be debaried from corning in for said fund
E. R. MELEE, Auditor.
Wooomsburg i Jutte:id lettO-4 w.
NO ram TO CREDITORS*
None* is herein , elven to all thee indebted to
weeiey poweain, or Orangeville, either as note of
Bonk account, to mine forward and Neitte their at ,
corms. lie having met wild a heavy loss In the de.
@traction at his mill property be must have hie out.
itauding ascounie payed up to enable him to rebuild.
By hrodiup this Make costs and trouble will bs
rnalle. Jinn 3.1 IRP.-11w
The Oldonlgoeil, Auditor appointed . by Orphan's
Coati of Colombia setry to motto dietrihWiors of
thrand w o the bonito of Wesley Pleinotorg, surety
of the admioistrator of Charles Stewart late of said
r r iouty deceased, to and among' the persons entitled
areordiog to law to reetivo the satire, will poured•
to the 11110.1111 w of his dorias at his wilco in tiloreos.
biro on Solway, toe l'lth day of June 181311, at 10
neloeit in the ft/Iria - HI, Wilt'', And whore all persona
will presant their ri,i/111* before said auditor or be
debarred tom owning or for abate of said fund.
WI SI4IT WIRT, kaditor
Juno 34, 1108.-4 w.
ajekryolgit.sa pleawc copy.
gY virtue of a writ of Yonditioui Ezponas, to mo
ilirsted, issued out :of the Court of Common
m oo s of Coiainhia County, will be expueed to public
sale or notery at the Court Soave in Illoomsbutgi an
eaturiliky. the :nth day Or June, IMO. at I o'clock in
the alernoon, the following real estate to wit:
The following real estate, or the life estate in a
certain tot of ground militate in the town of Catn.
w Mint, Columbia eounty, being two hundred and two
fret shop and twenty tour feet wide, bounded an the
south by kit of Walter Umbel On toe west by an al*
ley on Igo north by lot of J. A Shuman and on the
eaet by Mond ihreen, on whirl' is erected a two
story frame honk and kitchen with the appetite.
Seized, and taken in ezoeution 'end to be sold as
the property of June itoffinan.
IdtfittißCAl MILLARD, Sheriff.
lihmtnattueg. June 3, IdIMI.
COLUMBIA COUNTY S.S.
In the Orpheus' Court in end for amid County.
In the minter of the account of Samuel Achenbach
and Jacob R. Fritz, Executor,' of the last will soil
teatitonet of Win Fritz. deceased.
May 0,, WO. on motion of Mr Clark. E. IL Little
le appotnted Auditor to maze distribution of the
1 , 3 lance in the hands of sad 44CoutilitIltd to the crud•
itore of *aid dettii.ed.
By the Court. From the record.
JESSE COLEMAN, Clerk.
Notice le hereby given that I will attend to the
dlitica of the above appointment at nip alike in
11100Msbrard s en SratirdnY. the 200d:oaf June next.
at ten o'clock a, ia.. when and where all ',amens ere
Immured to pre4 mit their claims before me Of be de.
barred from cowing in for a ahare of the article.
ti. LITTLE, Auditor.
N. W. SAMPLE & CO.,
MAIMMT.. & I. & it. ft R, 10,061ffe117R6. PA.
Are prepared tof,rrnirtrall kind. of Machine work,
'toilers. Ph:O6M Pulleys. Hangers, reuplings.
gearing, Saw mantlrils, tic.. 6 urge rocs*, Pet mks.
Steam pipe, together with all kinds of steam fittings
conetantly on hand.
Threehing Machines and How Powers made to
ordr. r. All kinds of Agricultural Machinery repaired.
June 3d, Jew,
Letters of administration on the estate of Jacob
Markle, late of rishlnpreek township, Columbia
vuutity, decd., have been granted by the Register of
sold county, to John Winner, residing in the township
and county aforesaid. AR python,' having Menne or
Ormond,' against the estate of the decedent are re.
quested to present them to the tiOinielettntor for set.
Reorient, and these indebted to the estate will soaks
pa) meat to the undersigned forthwith
JOON WINNER, Adair.
Flabingereek, May 27, ItiO„
UST or DEMLEIRSI
OF COLUMBIA CO. 'NTV, •
For the year ono thowend t Indeed
awl sixty-eight, of goods, lve ' rchgn•
dille. diPitine grit Mini.
Wnilill Om U . r um urned
and chaerill n . tis fir sever
e! Dots a " 4 M lir by the A pproiger of
mercantile taxes ul maid count)) mt Aillvws.
Bloomsburg Iron Company, 7 $4O is)
McKelvy, Neal & Co., 7 40 00
J. Ikikbins & Co., /2 12 50
',line Mhdenball, 10 20 00
Rev, A. Hartman, 13 10 00
Arnim, Solleder, 14 7 00
David Stroup, 14 7 410
John K. Oirton, 14 7 00
Chester C. Mars, 13 lo 00
Andrew .1. keens, 14 7 00
Charles W. Snyder, 13 10 00
David Lowonburg, 14 7 00
Misses Harman', 14 7 00
L N. Moyer,l4 7 (Na
Widmeyer dcJaeoty, 14 7 00
Nieuwe John, 14 7 oo
Andrew J. Sloan, 12 12 50
John R. Moyer, 14 7 00
Daniel A. Beckley, 14 7 00
Joseph L. Shannon, 14 7 00
Lloyd T. Sharpless, 12 12 50
Ephraim P. Lutz, 14 7 Ou
Andrew M. Rupert, 14 7 ou
Miss Lizzie Barkley, 14 7 Ou
James K. Ever, 13 lu Oo
Amelia D. Webb, 14 7 00
James W. Clianibeiliu, 14 7 00
George W. Ci‘rrell, 14 7 90
11. C. & I. W. Hartman, 11 15 00
William Eraqous, 14 7 00
Stephen 11. Miller, 12 12 50
Hiram C. Hower, 14 7 00
N. J. Hendershot, 14 7 00
Jeremiah J. Brower, ) 3 10 00
MINI Lizzie Peterwan, 14 7 no
Henry Klei;n, 14 7 00
Oliver A. Jacoby, 14 7 00
.1.,, , .b .+letz, 14 7 00
C ci.b Bart.,n & Co. 14 7 00
Paxton & Harman, 12 12 50
.10-01011 Hendershot, 14 7 00
.1. D. 1111,-hbank, 14 7 00
Miss Aniauda Werkheiser, 14 700
Joseph Correll, 13 10 00
Eckhart Jacobs, 14 7 00
Miss Sallie Ale, 14 7 00
Julia A. & Sade M. Barkley, 14 7 uu
James Cadman, 14 7 00
Fox & Webb, 14 7 00
BOR. OP BERWICK.
Bowman & Jackson, 11 15 00
Abram Miller, 11 15 00
Henry C. Frees, 13 10 00
I. & 11. It. Bower, 12 12 .50
Miller & Hughes, 14 7 00
31iss 801 l Bertran, 14 7 (XI
J. B. Dodson, 14 7 00
Jackson & Woodin, 11 15 00
Rambaeb & Stecker, 12 12 50
Leonard Nicholas, 14 7 00
James 31. Seesboltz, 14 7 00
John J. McHenry, 12 12 L'A)
Hiram F. Everett, 13 JO 00
Samuel Heacock, 13 10 00
J. E. Moon, 14 7 00
Cloorge G. Wiser, 14 7 00
Beßifunin McHenry, 14 7 IX)
Abraham Rice, 14 7 (11
Franklin L. tzbuman, 14 7 00
W. Longenberger, 14 7 iio
B. Zunwermun, 14 7 00
Stephen Michael ,t, Sou, 14 7 01)
Peter M. Traugh, 14 7 00
William I're:l4, 11 7 iio
lleubun Miller, 14 7 00
A. W. Eaton, 14 7 00
William Klinetob, 14 7 00
Baker St. Crewling, 14 7 00
J. K. Sharpleial & Son, 10 20 00
MoNineh & Shuman, 13 10 04
M. M. Ilrobst, 12 12 50
Isaiah John & Sims, n 15 00
Gilbert & Kline, 10 •20 00
Goorgo Hughes & Son, 14 7 00
Walter Scott, 13 10 00
6. D. Kinard, 14 7 00
Campbell & Harder, 14 7 00
MeNinch & Shuwau, 14 7 00
George Rishel. " 14 7 00
William Hartman, 14 7 00
Fayen Weaver, 14 7 00
William Torrey, 6 60 00
A. IL Fortner, 11 7 00
J. it' T. O'Connor, 12 12 50
AV. D. Meiliac, 14 7 00
Martin Monaghan, 13 10 00
John Siglinger, 14 7 00
Shuman & Millard, 13 10 00
Lafayette Fetterman, 14 7 00
Daniel Wertman, Agt. 14 7 00
Mrs. William James, 14 7 00
Reuben Walser, 12 12 50
.1. Christman Co.,_ 10 20 00
Abraham Southward, 17 7 ta)
J. J. Hoagland, 12 12 50
Richard Thornton, Agt.
E. W. M. 8: G. L. Low, 1310 00
Samuel Peitterick, 14 7 (H)
Mahlon D. Dicks, 14 7 00
Abraham Deittenek, 14 7 00
Henry Lohman, 14 7 00
Jacob Sponaler, 13 14) 00
Jesse Hicks, 14 7 00
S. S. Fowler & Bro. 13 10 00
Whitmire & Bowers,' 14 7 00
Wellington Moo, 14 7 00
D. & 31. gene , , • 14 700
Joseph a Banyan, l4 7 00
George 31. Bowe, 14 7 00
J. N. Jones, • 13 .10`00
Solomon Buss, 14 7 00
Bernard Ammerman, 14 7 00
J. B. McHenry, 14 7 00
James V. Wilson,l4 7 00
Schuyler & Black, 11 13 00
Bogart & Kreamer, 13 10 00
John Leggott, 13 10 00
William Kreamer, 13 10 Ott
Co-Operative Store, 13 10 00
B. & IV • Masters, 11 15 00
James M. Root, 14 7 00
Hannah Henry, 14 7 00
M. G. &.W. H. Shoemaker, 13 10 00
Jacob Harris, 14 7 00
J. Milne & Co.
P. & P. M. Yocum,
Joseph E. Sands,
Campbell & Co., 14 7 00
thish Berniuger, 14 7 00
low K. Seliweppenholoer, 14 700
°nosy &Brown, 13 10 00
K. a. Milkrd 13 10 00
aphn 11. fierier, 13 10 00
ra E. A. noNi, 14 7 00
Paxton tt. Ilartarm It 30 00
Tubbs k Coleman, 14 7 00
Iklargerum, 14 7 00
William Butler. A(1
10.00 M TOW !MITI%
B N ON
12 12 50
13 10 00
14 7 00
I 4 7 M.
.1. Cheri:loml & Non,
IL W. Bowman,
A. a SLevm t,
P. IC. Simi,
Um id Herring,
ClOlllO9 S. Frfir
J. D. Caldwell,
Samuel A. Wormnn,
Benj. F. Reighard,
11, IV. Creasy Co,
William M. Rot,
Om W. Creveling,
Ezra Wed, I I 700
All pewits who may feel eirrioyevf by tho
shove clamitiktion, can have tut opportunity
of appealing, by calling upon the under ,
signed at Ine ()Ace. in Bloomahurg, at any
time until the 27th day of Juno, ISO, at
which time an appeal will be hold.
W. IL JACOB Y,
May 27, I S#lB,
°glee of the Lehlott Talley Rail
road Company. ,
• No, 303 Walnut ht., Philadelphia,
A ineetint of sho,Shlei holders of the Lehlith Vallap
s p a a d r Com c
p o nly. a
N y 3 03
W e a b
io ff t i h c o e
e of yo o f
Philadelphia, 00 Aalimis sibs thirteenth day (Ohm*.
et 11 **PP and where the join, aireemens
entered into by the board of alteetme of the Lehigh
Valley ;Whom! Company, and the bond of &went*
of the L.l)//117 fataurno HeNtuad thiMPOIV by •ittua
of An het of thy Neomal Aasiverly of this Outmode
evealth. entitle d relating to Railroad t 'mps.
Dim enacted On the Inth dny of May, 1-f el. for the
gontn.latatton of paid conairanias and merger of Om
Lettish LUlttlin OnifendegiNnapany iota the L i pp, v ,
Voila, Railroad Company, proscribing rho terms and
renditions thereof and manner of (misruling the
Capital Stack of the bald 1410;h Imeetne kailtmet
Voluosh) , 10 4 0 the Stock of the Lehigh Valley Railroad
Company, nod eouttintng all such whey prnenpopa
an have been deemed neeneeary, to perfect Not rail
anneolidation and merger, w i ll no auhmi tt ,d is the
said eltnekholdera, and a vote by bailor in p*r.nn or
by prosy Velem for the adoption of taieetwa of the
This entire In given in eseowleace with the pew•
eieloito of ih out of Am...wilily.
May 47, 10414—ti,
The Proprietors hewing reiterated and Witted men
KNOTAtt KANT, in the Wiseman of the
they would most respectfully IKAltit WMlllO4l4* of
the seismometer flow old tifidontera, and cordlaity te
cite the etteptieu ofnew ones to their refreshments
Sal ELL OYSTERS,
ttPteett 014 TR IP. FREPII risn, lV , eerr" , THAN AND
asMIMI, lONT, best
LIQUORS AND CIGARS.
VP Oyster* tan be strred up to customers at a
moments notice, in
KrmwEn. (MAIM!). YRIED, 0111 RAW.
Wean the testes of the epleuelen.
KOtAil • CLANS
Inomeburg, April 19. IBM.
A A D
Tam soberriber hen opened teYloor Peed. Noel.
inn and Grocery Store in the shire ruilding, en
Main Street. Mom* um Pc Ni keeps on band
Cnit Itlypoty of
FLOUR, FEED, FISH, DIIIEVIIFEF
Bacon. Shoulders, Mimi,'
(;REEN EC/ F. TA 11 I, ER
their aea.on, Pena% Shad and *the, nth in
Mira to omit manager., Owego!. Outdated. sad evr
t)tning In Chia line
Prepared In sell haw and roast in *Woe at *flan
Pound to OUP rustots.m, Ali rode d«litroto J wh,ni
4. wed, Prwaa ai ',palm:mai* at tan as found to
Shea Ularbbb. isitocaaANK.
tfio.uu•butg. April 84, hlfli.
Eviaer r f Edward abllenry, drcensed.
Letters of Administration on the estate of r4twe.pi
memory hate of oftthjilt township. Cotentin* router,
drerase4. has here Granted by the Resisterler said
county, to Thomas Sellout, and eerier Ittellenty.
who both reside in (trans* tneraship and tonate
Nforxsni•l, All parson, hawing claims or flagman*
aping thn estate or the deeeiltat are ionise wed to
present theta to the **hotfoot nitwit wittmt daisy.
and all petanna indebted aro re , tOfoittli to make pay
mut. Tight. y. l Ad inie , o.
CYRUS *Sett Wein%
(trends tow nebip , April IS. letW.--thr,
Pierer wait (3r the inotherhe before ye* en to tht-
PR. et. I'. CHALFANT. the new Dwight, M Bloom"
bort, want* person, to room and gat their mutt ar
mined, and br whirr& hew to Me ware or flow.
Pawn' having &mad teeth, god hollering tenth•
fIllIn& to be but of little &agouti*, he it partiguletly
ell ~IOUa to aim
Persons wanting ARTIFICIAL TRIM. Nit no.,
risk in strips him n Mt,
'Grua* Gas. or tabeendatinistered tr.r es,
%mune tooth without vein.
°lnce opposite I.oweuburrs Clothing store riteo s'
my vie Ito
COLUMBIA COUNTY, YENN'A
EDWARD Evil: :Err, Proprietor,
Would respertfully in form his friends nd
In general. that he has lively taken ergs e of this
wetl.kuown and conveniently lionatail House, lung
kept by itanotel Everett, Use., and that this ileum is
in complete order by theism mm 04100110( boarders,
and fur the entertainment of travelers who may
feel disposed to farm hint with thew custom. No
pains and, expense have been spared to repaitles
and ref - tarnishing this lintel for the entertainment of
intits, and, nothing on the fart of the P(3)141410?
will be left undone to Milliner to thew penmen;
wants. His, Oar will s Iwsys the furaithed with this
best sad ntost/chniee liquors, and his table with the.
boat dm porkdistrords, L0y131311.
7 VALLEY CAME
Mower, Reaper, end self, Raker •
rirm 61DE vaLrrmar,
,7. S. MAIISII t CO..
Lasvitouno, UIVIOW COUNTY. Pltldel'A.
The undereffned hoe betaOP_P 44ll l.d adult 01,47 *
Nimble Connie, fee the .Me or the above Nasiine.
Alio hand reaper. and nortwere, and ether art lePte
maaufsetured by bibil 6131WII"' J. n, nErLat.
hdlideille Apriti, 110111.3.
BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY. PA.
The underviped having purelmeed sad lately re.
Sited tide Irell•linown House, rhymed en MAIN ffT..
Immediately eggoethe SW Court “Iblllen, teepoellully
Infirm, ilthir lid the Puldk thee
their linnet, 10 kr* mdse ref the uestmatoodettoll
end ruterreihrheht ee Daniel's:
They hey a 90111111 t Mt pales 10 preparlngtheleshange
(Iv the entertoinmeartitsd ementert of their gauge.
Their House is epvious, and veiny, a good business
WIN lOUSt I E. ran al ill ;Sow lisiw.“4 thee 1 101 0 1
and the di ff erent ruin* Depoiejry which travelers
will be convoyed to end Mei the talon'' , 101411 . 66
lo due time to meet the cue.
Anrll MP. toOlinl 4 CLAIR.
T. Dent. Taylor, - Proprietor
The proprietor Dego loovelthiliterth the paw
lie hoe lalirn charge CI.. thin erethihr ens h
which ham of Imim undellbool R templet° ghoul
bath its exterior aid Wane* ithlobithenee,
110 UM In every reopen there leninfortable
Imm/ to the thavellerp prebthO he wit GO Ito I
ipiroultga. The proremb proprietor *lll there
pone to e ontinue thth itheiter_pribith it /4...
A r ogtiotheit 'toile of_ehterrenthbotit hot th
othereerboith business tree o
ortiono mat mete thee) guests. (April 13, thee,
I WI4L GU'rtr
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