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WN. II. J.UOBV, Editor. WedncNduy, June 5, IHttT. S. M. PtTTinoiLLfcCo., 37 Pafk Row New fntk ere duly authorised lo solicit and receive pubacrip tlODi and advertising for the J"sier-sl far, pub lished u Bloomsburg, Columbia county, Pa, , Democratic State Convention. The Peniocrutio State Committee, at its meeting, on J Miliary 29th, at Harrisburg, adopted the followius resolutions : Int. That the regular Convention of tho party, for nominating a candidate for the Supreme Bench, be held at Harrisburg, on the fcoond Tuesday of June, 18C7, at twelve o'clock M.. and that said Convention be com poied of the umial number of delegates. 2nd. In addition thereto, it is rcoommend ed to the Democracy of Fennsylvunia to forthwith elect, in the usual manner two delegates, of recognized position and influ ence in the party, for each Hcnresoutative and Senator in their rexpective district, who shall meet in Mass Convention, at Hams burg, on a day to be fixed by the Chairmau of the State Centra! Coimnitteo. By order of the Democratic Stale Com., WM. A. WALLACE, Chairman. The Abolition-Reconstruction Committee. The anomaly, self styled, "Tho Union Congressional Republican Coiojiittcc," have .issued an address to tho Southern people, entitled "The policy of Congress in Refer ence to' the Restoration of the Union." We have not space to publish the entire address, but will quote a few sentences which fairly show the character of it. Following the two reconstruction acts of Congress, which are embodied in the address, it says : "Il.'-Hlie Republican party) will be trite to its friends in the South, without regard to color or previous condition. ' ' This is certaiuly one of the' most open and undisguised bids for voters that we have ever known a party to make, and at the same time is a threat against whomsoever may not bo the friends of the Republican party, A good citizen should be true to fricuds and foes, cf whatever party, and willing to do justice unto all men according to law, but the party in power in a free country should more particularly be willing to declare itself as standing upon honest and lawful grounds. The Republican party by this committee promises only to be faithful .in respect to iu friends. Its enemies may expect all manner of wrongs withiu the power of that party to commit. But it will be true to its friends "without regard to color or previous condition." This we understand us a bid for the vilest rebel in eecesma. It says to him vote with the Republican party be its friend, and we, holding the power of government, will take care of you. You shall not bo injured on account of having engaged in tnu war agumsi us, out u you will dm so perverse as to oppose us (the Republican party) we will not be true to you wo will hound you down on uccount of your previous condition, aud on account of your colon Again : "But there must be co-operation of the races, and there must be co-operation upon iu i,.i, ,,....: i :.. .i. v..i. uu I'liiiviiu niiuu ,i,;tnii ill luu x-iUlill, and to which tho Republican party id fully committed. Tho principles of co-operution in the North are learned from the following decla rations of the Committee : "We (the Republican party) will recog nize no distinction on account of race or color ', "Accept the plan of universal suffrage s tho facts of political, educational, and mduxtrinl prosperity and power. "The owners of large estates should di vide and subdivide their lands aud sell them at reasonable rates to those who need (hem and who cuu improve them. "But beyond these conditions Corgrejs must be satislied also that the neonle of the proposed States fespeRtivel arc, and are likely to be loyal to the Union by decisive and trustworthy majorities." These are the principles of co-opcmion :- no destruction of races negro suffrage as the basis of politics, education, &c. Notice that the people must base their educational system upon negro suffrage and the ciiality of races political aud social. . More, the owners of large tracts of land must divide thou lands, aud sell them at reasonable rates, and we suppose Congress will appoint a committee to set tho price. Finally decided majorities must be given for the Republican party. Tins embodies the restoration policy and basis of .co-opera tion proposed by this God and moralily, temperate, intelligent and honest party. ' By advices from SL Louis as Into as the 29th ult., information of the great dim oulty and danger from tho Indiana of Montana.ia given. Much excitement ex ists in the Territory on account of Indian outrages. The Governcr hxs. announced a plan of operations to retaliate aud calls for volunteers, arms, horses, &e. Volunteers ate coving forth rapidly aud are placed in com mand of Gen. -Meager, who has summoned six huadred mounted men to immediate ser vice assuring Cheni that they may hold to themselves individually whatever horses, arms and other spoils they may. capture. - He says the general government has left him to his own resources and ho will .move and act on -his own responsibility. ' 'The In diansare not only murdering men women and children, traveling over the plains, and robbing and plundering on routes, but the Sioux Indians have confederated with the tribeain the raoBtain3 and planned an at tack to plunder, burn, murder devastate Virginia and Helena cities and other towns in the territories. ' ; There seems to be no effectual way to treat with these savages, except by extermina tion. Gen. Meager, with his lbree ofturdy settlers, who are not only Interested in re spect to property, but .in personal safety will not fight with gloves CD, aud we may expect soon ta Jhear bf some havoc umong th.e sava ger, .. . .. ... : ... . ; -i Mllf t i -. SE.NtBJfOED. Chas. Williams', tfxi'nftn who robbed the scat office in Lock . Haven, a couple of weeks since, wVs last week con victed of the on IDG before the United States Court at Pittsburg, and tfrDtencib,v J.udfe Mcxindlais to .ta years imprisonment m the Western P-Muttatiarj-. . ,. . "The Intelligent Conservative Element." We have quoted the above heading of this article from tho Philadelphia Daily Alttii a. paper which Tias been professedly Conservative during the past year. Previous to that It was known among tho blood and thunder prgahs, of the war. Lately it has so much misbled few persons culling themselves Democrats, as to induce even some editors of Country papers wishing to be called Democratic, to suy and publish in their sheet that the Daily Nevit is a Dem ocratic paper. We do not wish to deprive the most Radical o the right of rcpontanee. Nor do we wish to say onything that may oppose the action of such vepentunt radicals iu joining the Democratic party, but we do wish it understood that wo for oursclf others may do as they wibh will not sell our birth-right for an imaginative thing which has no existence, and has no fair prospect of over gaiuiug one. The Daily Newt, when stating its own political stand ing, says it is of tho National Union Party, and not only denies union with tho Democratic party, but absolutely declares it will not support sny man who may be tho nominee of tho Democratic party. But use its own words published on the 17th, of lost month : "The intelligent conserv ative element of the country will not joiu the Democratic party, neither will it be induced to cast its suffrages lor a ticket made by it." We have been blamed for being too out spoken iu tho eau.se of Democracy. Let men who think of gainirtg tho rotes of this presumptive "intelligent conservative cle ment" for Democratic eaodidates ponder over this assertion of the leading "intelligent conservative" uewxpaper in Pennsylvania, and if they can find that which shows a spark of sympathy with tho Democracy we, upon being convinced, will cliongo our eourse, aud adopt the system of their intel ligence which now i., in appearance but as rum to gain position. A plan to secure tbs offices of Revenue Assessors,' Post Master, Collectors, &c. They will not vote for the nominees of the Democracy, but ask us to vote with a party which has do exidtaacc. . rurltiinlcul Despotism. The rule of the RepuLlicau party, which isa lineal deseetihiut and heir of the Puritvii party of New Kn&lawl, is marked, at every step of its progress, by intolerance, proscrip tion, and persecution. In 169S, they made it crimnal for a man to kiss his wife on Sim day, and burnt and drowned old women on tho ubsurd charge of witchcraft. In 18t7 they are repeating tho same or like acts of cruelty and despotism. Not content with imposing their pharbaical discipline and legislation upon the people of Massachu setts und its coutigious State's, they are pecking to extend them over the wliulc country. While setting negroes cmy hi the South with die widest ideas of equality, and arartauiEUi, they are abridging the re served natural rights of tho while people of tho North by means of the most imperii neut and vexatious sumptuary laws. Here, in Pennsylvania, they deny the laboring classes, who are the majority of the commu nity, the liberty to get out of tho stifling and fetid air of the city into the green fields of the suburbs, with their wives aud chil dren,!! the Sabbath, which is their only day of rest and refreshment iu seven aud true to their old instinct of .crushing the will of many under the power of the few, they have even denied to tho masses tho democratic privilege of expressing their wishes on the question by suflragc. Having interdicted the egress of tho population into tho ooimtry, by tuienns of tho Sunday cars, they next seek to aggra-vate the misery of their close imprisojimeut iu the -city in the only holiday of the working million, by means of the Sunday liquor lair. Thus will it coino to pass that a vast majority of the people will be domed all solid enjoyment within tio walls of tho Metropolis and pre vented from seeking health and innocent recreation iu tie suburbs. These ore fair specimens of the sort of government which the puritanical Yankees will, in the end, seek to enact law prescri bing what a man shall eat and what lie shall drink, w hen ho shall riso up and when he shall he down, howhe shifil pray aud where withal! lie shall be clothed. Unconstitutional. On Monday last the Supreme Court of this Stato, iu session at Harrisbuig, declared the Act of Assembly. passed by tho Legislature, creating a sort of new judiciary to try Quarter Sessions and Oyer and Torminor cases, in Schuylkill, Dauphin and Lebanon comities, unconstitu tional. The law gave tho new criminal court exclusive jurisdiition iu Schuylkill bounty and only concurrent jurisdiction in Dauphin and -Lebanon. . Dauphin and Lebanon are Radical aaunties, and were used in making up the district so Abut the De mocracy of Sohuylkill. wight iwt be able to elect the next Prosidest Judge after-Che ex piration of the term of .Geary's appointee. That little gome, -however f (lie Radical politicians las been nicely upset B Circulate'Democjiatio PiWERS.- The time has arrived when every Democrat should select one of his Republican friends and try to make a Democratic voter out of Jim. The suisof the party now iu bower are Vagrant, and the leaders are accusing oaoh other of so many crimes, that all food men win" want to leave it. There is a great deal of good that ean bo done now by circulating Democratic papers. The Radicals have for feited all claims to a further control of the gov ernment and all that is nownooessary to prove this to the misguided masses, is the circula tion of the faots through the people's me dium, the Press. ' ; ' ' 1 s a a w - The Era op Fraud. -The entire --of frauds, embezzlements, or' malfeasance in office of any kind, during the long years of Democratic rale jn this State, concentrated and then thrice magnified, would be invisible to the naked eye placed -side by side with the .fraud ;and corruption" being practitod this very hour.by,the Repubfioan'fojaArt. . Xh entire pw ty ias become one pestiferous mass of corruption, and will til fuiugated by ta pl,; we thilk .L.h J . V . a... t. f hi ,w s9ui cooper neitj Model Temperance Missionary. Mr. A. Z. Bates, who was brought beforo tho Public Court, at Chicago, a few days since, charged with having drugged and robbed soiqo one, thus addressed the magis trate in his defence ; ;'" 1 At this moment, sir,jou may despise me, but before I finish you will pity me. I am a Christian one of tho Lord'B guerrillas They fight for tho Christian faith on their own hook, I am also a missionary, I try to make peoplo sign the temperanco-pledgu. I don't belong to tho regular society for that purpose. Our ways of doing the thing differ. Mine is tho beat I don't have to beg for money as thoy do. My system is self supporting, I often Bay jokingly to myself and family that we arc Batet for iutemperate people. The Joke, is original with mo, and I don't want any of the renters to pass it off as their own. The way I convert peoplo to the temper ance cause is this: Whcu I seo a man about to drink I drug the liquor. When he sleeps, I take all the rftney and valua bles ho 1m I spoil his clothes, and some times beat him. Then I put him a the gutter, where a policeman can find him. But first I fill his pockets full of tracts showing tho evils of in temperance. What is. the result? That man is brought hero uud fined $S for drunkenness. Ho finds all his money gone, aud his clothes spoiled. Thus docs he see and feel the effects of intemperance. It is better than a thousand tracts. Then he reads a few of tho tracts in his pocket, and they completo the good work. Ho goes and signs tbc pledge. I havo thus caved that man from a drunkard's grave. All honor to inc. The money and valuables which I got from him are enough to support mo until I find another man to convert, I know that the world may mistake my motives, but you, Judjjp, will not. You will say at once: "Let the missionary go. He is one aiuoug many." And so I am. Once I converted an iuit of mine in this way. It cost, her $-5J but she does not drink any more. It is sweet to me to think how many souls I have saved, and how much it cost tbcm to be saved. Mr. Bates was required appear before the Record's Court. Concealment of Uttli8 ivtary. The Springfield HupMican, speak4n.sr of Booth's diary and its failure to connect Mr. Davis with tho assassination, gives nn ex planation of itsconeealment not very flatter ing cither t Secretary Staulou or Judge Holt; Tho most mobalde explanation of tho falic mystery that has been thrown over this wholo matter is after Secretary Stan ton and Judge Holt, misled by the perjuror Conovur, had adopted the theory that Davis was in the plot, and hurt induced tho Presi dent to offer a reward for jus apprehension as an luisassiu, the pride of consistency .and unwillingness to correct a mistake, which promirts to a largo share of human- follies. induced them to maintain their first theory after they were convinced that it could not be true. Ono falso sten in this direction made others necessary, and tho mystery has been cultivated and amplified in various ways, until a great many peoplo supposed there must be some reality behind it. Tho peremptory enlar of the President for tho publication of Booth's diary against the wishes of Secretary Stanton and Judge Advocate Holt pricks the bubble aud it col lapses and disappears altogether. The only otlier point inane clear by the publication ot Buoth s diary is that he wasa decided mono maniac, if jiot utterly insane. If the article he says he left for publication iu tlie Na tional fntnlHfcncer could be found it would doubtless alroKgthon this conviction. Tho war spirit is fairly aroused in Montana, aud the settlers provo themselves to bc'truc and worthy nephews of Uncle Sam. The present outrages of tho Indians have brought itbout this beligereut state of af fairs. War meetings wero the order of the day in Virginia City on the 2d linst., and several-coinpunies of volunteers were orga nized within twenty-four hours. General Mkagiikr, who is spoil the scene of disturb ances, has issued a proclamation for 600 mounted men, for immediate service. "Meagher of the Sword" assures his ques triun volunteers thnt they will have full lib erty to appropriate and hold Khatevar spoil the fortunes of war may throw ia their way The General gives as a reasou for granting this license, "that the Federal Govcrnmctit has thrown him upon his own resources." It is rot improbable .that tho savages of Montana are oven cow receiving a prompt and well . worked casUgation. That they will be made to suffer scvorcly by uu armed force, authorized to plunder them, there is -uo doubt. Rut in Montana the war has been forced upon tho whites, and the force of circumstances compels tho authorities to try tho efficacy of hoisting thoir wily adver saries "with their own petards." The sad remains of the "late laments ed Lincoln" administration lias bought of Kussia about hfly thousand Esquimaux and an indefinite quantity of the polar ice, to .1 J; -iim j. nniuii muy ura 'inoigOHOUS. JUO Jinounc estimates that it will cost tho Government (i e., the remaius of the "late lamented") three hundrecUbou.'and dollars head to kill off these Esquimaux. And seven-tenths of the clergy of ike United States will pious ly eay, served the raicetlt rifihtfor not being negroes! What business bavo they to be Esquimaux instead of negroes? "Sweet- scented darlings," as Carlisle humorously colls them in the idiot face of Exeter Hall. Old Guard. ' - 3T It must be humiliating to the Re publican newspapers to be compelled upon the adjournment of every Republican Legis lature to acknowledge that it was the most corritptsmd extravagant body that ever ex isted. They:have hfieBpbHgeftto A) So an nually for the past six years,' and yet the people will go and do just the same thing over re-elect the same men and the lame party to the same positions. ' However, if we read the signs or the times aright, it is now play ed out.-, . " ; .' . , . . , Hon. Albert Smith, formerly a Rep resentative in Congress from Maine, died in "' "Boston yesterday, aged 74 years, ParcntM and CUIldren. .. Thuro is nothing beUor, nothing safer, nothing so sure of bringing forth the right fruit iu tbo end, than truth. Tell your child tho truth, Tell hiin that ohedumeo requires unpaid sacrifices. Tell him that ho nocd not expect that a purse of gold will drop into his hand the moment ho de nies himself of a coveted pleasure. Tell him that tho path of duty is often terribly hard, and seldom leads to an oil well, or a seat in Congress, or a brown stone front house. Tell him that virtue sometimes brings thorns, enemies, neglect. But tell him that it is virtue nevertheless; the bright est, the noblest, and the best of gift, and whatever comes of goodness it is the one thing desirable, itself abovo all price. Make him fuel that obtdieuce is pleasure, that goodness is delight, that love is alto. gothor lovely, and lie will not oxpect to bo paid for tho smallest service and bo tempt ed to withhold ft kindness whcu be is not sure of a toward. Parents must cease ap pealing to the appetites and avcrice of thoir children if they would bavo them anytliing but selfish and sensual, - A Beautiful Specimen ok a Gover nor. The Cleveland (Tcnn.) correspon dent of tho Springfield (Mass.) HepuUican sjvs : "-llnloss those high in authority under I linn have lied and sealed it with an oath, Governor Brownlow has encouraged and counseled assault, riot, inob-law- and mur der. Mere than a year ago, I heard one of those 'prudent and experienced men,' now pluecd in charge of that State guard. swear that -lie had a standing pardon from tho Governor, and he would shoot whom ho pleased, and at a subsequent period, also wit bio my observation, the same man prof frred to suit the action to tho word, and I havo no doubt would havo done so promptly, had not dis desiand made in violation of all law, been at once complied with. These facts do not stand alone in their class. During the delivery of a prayer by a di vine iu ono of our churches recently, thuuk- ed Godihat !m this "the. freest gcveruuxiut na earth, wo enjoyed freedom of spccli and freedom of press." What a whopper was that I Tho people of ten sovcrisn States of this Government are now under bayonet rule, aud not man living in thoso States dare open his mouth to express a po litical opinion, csoept by permission of tho military satrap who lords it over the peo ple according to his will and pleasure. At the satraps beck or nod men arc thrown in to prison, fined and tortured. Tho editors cf'tJio State arc 'cautioned' not to sneak disrespectfully of the radical party f,r the Rump Congress, and seceDil newspaper offices in Virginia have recently teen clostd by order of satrap Scfcofield. And yet in the face of iiiese facts, wo seo occupants of the pulpit returning thanks to tho Supremo Ruler, because tho peoplo of thiscouutry en joy "freedom cf speech and freedom of prass !" diwo in the Korlh wo rf'e speak and write iioic as wo please, but how was it during the reign of tho "martyr?" The over two hundred Democratic journals mob bed und "gutted" by cowardly miscreants of the Radical faction, should servo as an answer. It is worso than mockery, there fore, to talk about freedom of spcoch and of the pjess. 1 hose privileges were crush cd out when the Radical-negro party ob tained power iu 18GI. Two Ways. About one man in a hun dred, is a drunkard, u worthless pest in so ciety and a disgrace to his race. One j.lan, a popular plan, u Geary .plan, a drunken Legislative plan, is to destroy all .the Hotel property in tbo State, send the landlord! to prison, punish the ninety-nino for bciug so ber men, and lionizo tho drunkard kr get ting drunk ; tho other is to send the drunk ard to prisou for his crime, whoro ho will keep sober, and not punish. lLo other nine-ty-niiia who are not guilty 4i' trimo. Pro hibition is nothing more cor less than a re versal of the common principles of justice ; it punishes the innocent and encourages crime. 'iV e -are well aware that our opin ion on this subject differ with many others. but we believe they aro fouudod on truth. We hold that drunkenness w a .crime, ami tho only practical plan for suppressing edmc, is to punish it. Punishing innocent persons merejy for tho purposo of setting good examples for criminals, is spreading on philanthropy a little thicker than fallen hu man nature will bear. Prohibition has been tried in New York, a the Eastern and some of tho Western States, and proved a perfect failure. . Shall wo havo the farce tri ed in Pennsylvania 1 Columbia liq uid- Tub Liquor Iaw. The following was the vote upon tho uquor'bill in tho Senate, upon 4ts final passage . Yeas Messrs. Uighnm, Browne of Law rence ; Brown, of Mercer j Coleman, Con- nell, towlcss, Fishor, Graham, Haines, Lan don, M'Conaughy, Royer, Shoemakcr.iStut man, Taylor, White, Worthiflgton and Hall, opoirkor 18. NAVS-Messrs. Burnett, Da.vis, Dcno van, Glatz, James, Ridgway, Randall. OcliftH, hcanght and Wallace 10. The yeas are all Radicals and tho nays all iuiuuvrnui, except -rvingway. JcKSOfl 8 uamo is not recorded. In the &ouse thoro was no call of tho yeas ami nays, consequently it is impossible to tell who voted for or against the till. Easv. Tbe.oheapest way to make a last year's bonnet in fashion this spring, is to place tho old one on a clean board., and thou smash it with n stick of wood. To those ladios who aro short of stamps and yet wish to be in the fushiun,we would .adviea the above experiment. , A bonnet 'done un' by the fsmashin' process -would bo just as fash nahle.ns, many tf -the 'Joye of .a thing' now worn, ; i . ' . Rev. 'Mr. Julius Degmere, was ar rested at Erie, Pa'.,-on Tuesday, on the charge of embezling$ifl,000 worth of rev enue stamps. He was a Radical. " Joseph H. Jackson, a nromineiit towyar of JPpughkeepaio, was dangerously woomtfld on Uuesdjiy, by pistol shot fired from a revolver in the Lands .of an insane sou. Ail Act To permit disabled soldiors to peddle with out clutrgo by procuring a liccnw there for. - i Be it enacted &c, That every honorably discharged soldier, who is a resident of this Ktate, and who, from wounds or on account of disuses contracted whilo in the military or naval service of the United Status, and on account of such disability is uuablo to procure a livelihood by manual labor, shall have the right to hawk, peddle, and vend any goods, wares, or inerchimdizo within this ConimonwealPi, by procuring a license lor that jmrpoKC,TMo issued without cost ; provided, that before any such soldier shall be entitled to the benefits of this act he shall obtain a certificate from an examining sur goon of tho United Statos that he is unable to secure his living by manual labor, nnd shall also procure a certificate from the Pro thonotary of any county in this State that he has filed in tho office of said Prothono tury his affidavit, setting forth that ho is tho bona fide ownor, in his own right, of all the goods, wares, and merchandize which he proposes to hawk, poddlo, and vend, and thai ho will not engage to sell the same to any other person or persons whatever ; and provided further,, that the aforesaid rertifl. cate, together with such persona discharged from the military service, an exemplified copy thereof, shall be full and conclusive cv- luencp ot such person s right to the benefits of to is act. RECEIPTS TO THK "COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT," FROM MAIICH TO JUNE 18C7. If., Aminerman 5 25 Sol. Sterner Esq. 4 50 Win. Snyder 5 uO JoseDh Barklev 41 00 .state 11 Huv.Wrwiri a u;. ii. or.n James Wriuht 50 Moses Kverott 300 Brookons Polt jr 50 O. P, Hester 300 Jonas Kisner 3 00 Est, D. Mordan 2 00 'has. (Vinnnr 2 50GeraHower 2 50 10 00M. M. Trough 4 50 3 50 William Kyer 50 A( IJ. i..- l a .... JaeobS. Hess Andrew Hess Ben j. Bomboy J. W. Armstrong 2 80 Henry Met Est. 1 75 Jus. a. Simpson 01 AIARIUJT KEl'OHT. Wheat per bushel ...i... Rye.. " Corn, " Ui... Buckwheat " Oats. " $3 00 . 1 10 . 1 10 .80 55 Clovvsrrsasd '' . 7"00 250 flaxseed, '' ...... ..i Dri'd. apples " Potatoes, " ..; Flour per barrel,;.;....; Butter, Eggs per dozen,....;; Tallow per pound,....:...;, Lard " .....,.,..,'....;.. Hams, " ...,...,..., ,. Shoulders, " 1 .,............!.,!!.'.'.'.',' Hay per ton,,... 2 50 80 10 00 35 IS 14 , 20 15 20 00 HARRIED. On the SGth ult., at tho house of Frank lin Shuman, in Catawissa, by the Rev. Win. ,' ,11r- BWJ'nen .Michael, to Miss jyien .imniorman, both of Beaver Vullev, Columbia Couuty, Pa. i)n the samo day, at the same place, by tho same, Mr. Levi Michael, to Miss Eliz.v Detn i icrnian,; Dotn ot lieavcr V alley Col umbia County, Pa. On the 28th ult., by the same, Mr. Joseph Miller, of Union Township Sclmvlkill Coun ty, Pa., to Miss Mary Croll, of "Blackcroek uuairuu v,oumy, l a. On the 2d inst,. bv tho Rev. William J Kyer, Mr. William J. Farren, to Miss jueanua iv caver, notn ot Uatawissa, Pa. D I E I) . In Briarcreek, on tho 21st ult., Fannie, wite ot Joseph iinsiy, ai;ed 32 years, months and 12 days. Suddenly, at. his residence bj JTcscopeck township, on the I3tr .ult., David Walker, aged (W years nnd I month. Suddenly, on the 21st ult, Geot;e Wcntz, infant son of Dr. G. W. and S. Alice Rittcn- -Jion.se, aged 'i mouths. Tn lln.ol.w.l- twnol.t., nn .1... OiJ .At- Isaac Rcichard, tigcd$'J years I mouth and 4 uajs. KfcW AtA;RTISEitlEM D ISSOLUTION OF CO-PARTOER- SHU Tho Co Tarluorahip horotofbra i-li.tlng hclwcen llincbiaon Aih. in Ilia uniting bui(ii, in Pili. higcraek, Columbia County, wai disolvnd on ,1110 UTih ilny oT March tMI, (by mnlu.il cniwnl. Tbuae luiv:ns .account to .eWe Cun proii.nl thuin for mljti- Hlb,ui, ,u WQU.UO( UI .111! Iirill. HUTCHISON fc ASH, Fi.hinfcrfek, Juno 5, 1S67. THE HEALING POOL, AND IIOCBE OF MERCY. Howard neiniinn Deport., for YOUNO MBN on the I IIISIB up SOLITUDE, nml Hit, KltllultV AHIISKS ami (UStAriKS wliicll dattroy iho manly powcra, ami crnuto inipoditnenta t. MAKR1 Aug, wilo aura nicam of relief. Sent in er-aled litter en vclupca, frott or churic. AiMiena DB.,1. HKII.i.lN lltlUUMKiN, Howard Aaiocialion, Pbiiadeluhia. I'g. June S, lHii7 I.-). r IN THE ORPHANS' JCOURTfjf and for.Uia County of Colvrobia : ln-Uio ronUer of lliee.iateof El. IAS DITTKRICK, lulo of Mnnmur Iwwnahip.decnaaad. And now lowil: May ninili, lBti7; lh Court appoint O. R. Brockway, Gau., anilitor. lo umke oirtiibiillun of the balance in Ibu handa of JohnO. ()uick,adiuinatrator. to npd mpaucal llio .creditor!. Hy the touil. ?ima the record. , ., Jama t'oiiN, Clerk. TJie aiiiiimr abova. named wijl attend lu Ihotdutiea .of hia auiiointjui nl. at liie otrire In Hlnonirburi. nn Hatunlay, tie livenih-aecond day of Juno, loo?, u ten o'clock, a. m., at which time aud place nil pr-ranne liav.ing rlaimi agajnal aaid enliile luual prorant lliem, V ba detarrcd.troip rlairainc i ebaro in the nine, JtmaMBfiT. "TOWAV.AudUo,. WELL-TRIED REMEDIES. RU8SEI.1.,8 ITCH OINTMENT, an Immediate Jklid certain euro ctl It ia alao aure remedy Xor acratchca on lioraea, RUSHBIX'S SALT RHEUM OINTMENT, ia uncquslud ;n eta BUSHBfcL'S PILE OINTMENT, cureajiftcilll qtUer remedial Jjuve f;iad, (too Theaa olntmenta aro eorlnln, aafe, and rolinble apecitlca, aa tliouaanda have ana are daily certifying. Foraalo by ajl OruMiala apd niediuna (loalera. General. Uaput at BlNOlHiT, Bl.tufSN JiyilAUT, Wholeaale IJLruf jiata, SI4 Fulion at., (near Orccn jvicni, ew Vork. !j y tieiit ay mail i Itch, We.: 8. B. SSc.i rile4I.S0. June i leU7 3 in. fJHE COLUMBIA HOUSE. II,J8. STOn, LK.JPi-oprielor. Tbia taapew at.intl lalaly filled upfnr the accommo daUu f tlia traveling publio generally, aiiuated on Main treut,,a few doora above the Court Houao. on what ia known aa the "Botitilion .properly." Jt la eentcally located in tie town, a bum pleanent plaeo for i ueaia .to lop , lieiOdea iolng.in Jhat pari of town wheeu ilia majority Jf the buaineaa la being done. The proprietor feela rouHdout that be ia .prepared lo give general aatiafaetion to hia guaeit, and would aolfolt a fair Anrtioa of the puallosatronaae. Wovmaburg, Muy 1J, 1SB7. pO COiTSUaMPICLVES. 'I'Jjo advertlaer, having been restored to health In a faw weeka by a very aiinplo remedy, after having autrvrcd for aevotal yeara With a severe lung aOec. lion, and that dread diaaaae Conauinptiou la anxioii a lo make known lo hia feilow-auflarere the means of cure. T all -who doalre it. ho will fond a copy of the preaeriptiun uaod (free pf chargo).wlih.llie directions for prepairing and neiog lire aama. wklch they will Dad aajaa cuss for Cossumo.ATiim, Baoacuirta, LgtiaMa, Uomw, and all Ihrnat and I. una Aflectiona. The only objtjcl at tho advertlaer ip aeodipg the Pre ecriatlon la In beaedl the afll fcteoYaiia apread Ibfor inatiun which he conceive lolw Jnvaluatue, and he hnpaa every aunvrer will Iry his roroody, as it ,will cost them nothing, and may prove a bloaaing. Parties wishing the prescription, rasa, by return mall, will pleaee address. REV. EDWARD WILSON, Wi. IliRiiburg,. Kings Co., Nsw York. May SO, 1807, CATHARTIC PILLS OPERATE by their powerful luHuenon on tlia intornal viscera to purify the blood and itlmu lute it into healthy action. They remove the obatructlona of tho atoinaeli, bowela, liver, mid otlier onraiu of the bodv. and. br rcatorinn their irrciular jto tun to henlth, correct, wherever they exiat, audi derangomenta aa are the Hrat cauaea or dtaaM. An axteualaa trial or their vuiuea, vy rirnieaaora, Phvaicinna. and Patienta. haa ahown cutei of dan- Reroua diaenaea aliuoat beyond belief, were they not iubatantiated by atrauna of each stalled puaition and character aa to forbid tlie aiupiciuusf uutnith. Their oertifioalea are publiahed in my American Almanac, wnicn uie A(enu oeiow namea ars pleaaedio furnlah free to all Inqitirina;. Annexed we give Uirecliotu for their me in Ilia eomplainta which they bare been found to rnre. Fob CoaTtVRNRas. Take one or two Tilla, or uch quantity aa to Kontlv move the buwela. Coa livoneaa ia frequently the amtraratinR cauae of Pilr. and the cure of one romplnint ia the cure of loth, tio ieAi'U. can feel veil while uudor a eoative habit of body. Hence it should be, aa it can be, promptly relieved. Fok BYHi'EPaiA, which la aomctimea Hie enuae pf Cotlnmect, aud alwaya luicgjutirfabl.e, take mild jfoaea from ore to-fuur to atimutnte the atoinaeh and liver into healthy action. They will do it, and the hearthwn, budijhwn, nnd ioulburn of dyapvpaia will rapidly diaanpear. Wean it Iwj gone, don't gorget what cured yon. or a Foul ii'mach, or ilmiid InaH!ni of Iht Boiteh, which producca Kcjieal ilepxcssivn of the apirita and bad health, tike from four to ciiflit fills at first, and smaller ocj nftejrwaida, until activity and strength is restored to Die system. FoaNFjtvocsNws, iu 1Uaiia.cmr, N.vrsfi, Pain in the Stomtwh, Bark, or Siilr, take from four to eight pHla on going to bed. If thev do nut oper ate sufficiently, take miu-e the next day until they do. Theae cumplainta will be swept out from the syatam. Don t wear these and their kindred dis orders because your stomach is foul. For Scrofula, EnratpRi.Aa, and all nittaia of tin Skill, take the Fills freely nnd frequently, to teep the bowels open. The eruption will gener ally aiHiu begin to diminish and uiHapienr. Many dreadful ulcers und sore have lieeu healed up by the purging and purifying elfeet of these Fills, and aiinio disgusting diacases which scouted In saturate the whole system have completely yielood to their influence, leaving the sutlerer iu pirwet health. Patien-Ul ytr duly to society o.rthds .tnjt you 4dovU parmio yourself nfojirf' tt wfir'A yd with pimptes, blotcuis, ulcers, sores, nnd all or any of the luujoan aiM'tisoH of the skin, because your aystvm wauta clennsing. Til PuitiFt THR 111, ihiii, they ore the hest meili iciue over AlUtovered. They aholtlti bp taken freely atd frcqueaily, and tho imptiriliu uiik-U sow the scads of iucuxahlu diseases will he swept out of the avatcm likf chatl' before tho wind. ly tliia property they do as much goud in prevqnliiig sickneas as by the remarkable cures which tl7 a,c n;aU.g cveiy where. I.IVKit CoMft.AlNT, jAUNmrR, mirf all Riliout Ajfei-tivHi ariser from aome deraugeuient either torpidity, congestion, fix ohstruetions of .tjie Liver. Torpidity and congestion vitiate the bile and render it unfit for digestion. This ia disastrous to the heulth, und t'.to constitution ia frcqm-.ntlv ttuder niiued by nD.o,icr cav&e. Indigestion is tfie symp tom, (ibatruoticn of the duet which empties the bile into the atumaeh causes the bile to overflow into ,tlic blood. This produces Jaundice, with a long and aaaRcrnu train of evils. Coativenrsitt, MX alternately costivenesa and diarrhoea, prevails. Feverish symptoms, languor, low spirits, wcarcss, restlessness, aud melancholy, with soinelipitii ahility to sleep, and sometituea great drowsiness; sometimes there ia aevcre pain in the iriae ; tie n'r-in aud the white of the crca become a gxetuisi i yiniow ; tho stomach acid; Hie bowels oie lo -live 'touch; the whole system irrilulile, vitii a tendency to fever, which may lurn to bilious fever, bilious ci&c, liiuiu dioirhrea,'dyseivVi'y, Ac. A medititu doeo of three or four PiiU-takeu kt ajil, (.Hiov. t? by two or liuee in the miiriiing, mid repcate. a few days, w ill. remove tho cause f nil these tiuiililcs. it is wicked to suffer such pains when you can cure them for 2S cents. KMMWAiriM,(jorT, mid all Inflammatory Ft vm are rapidly cured by the purifying elfects of these Pills upo'u the hlvdd and Uie stiim.hia which ther attiird to the- vital principle of Life. For these and all kindred .cumplaiiil they should bo taken in mild doses, to .nwo the bowels gently , but freely. As a P.is.nhk iPii.l, this is bath agreeable and usfifttl. So IVi am be made more pleasant to take, anfj.oorUiulv none-hss rryn mni'-C mure e'tectuaf tti the purpose iur 'Mai a rlinnnr pill is employed. rRKi'AKi:ii by Pit. J. '. AVtll A vo., Practical and Analytical Chemists LOWELL, MASS., ' AM) 801.0 By Ayors Ague Care, For tiir Mmn ano raaTim Ceaa or Is rsRaiTri-ST Favsa. oa Chills jksu ti:vc:a, lluyirTesr Fkvkv, Chili. Favaa, lh;Mo Ai.na. Hkriodicai. IIkadaciib or tllLIOUS ItKADAI'IIK. AND lIlI.IOUS IKVKR- ; INDKKD. rilR TIIK W'HOLK CLASS Or PIKSAaiS OattllNATlMJ IS BILIARY iUtRASUr.MlKVCAL'StO PV TRB JIALARIA.Of HIASAATIO COUp-lRlfc. Thia remedy haa rarery failed In cure the severest casaa of Chitls and Fever, and it haa this groat ail vantiiae over other Ague modiciiio, that It auaduea .the coinnJaint without Injury to tha patient, Jicon lai na no 'iiiiuino.or nthitr do leterioua aubstnnre, nor does It product fuiniam or any injurinu encctwhal ever. Shaking brtilhera of the army of tbu weal, try ,it and vou will endorae ttiese nasurt.nna . rrcparod by Dr. J.K.AVUR &.CO., Lowell, Mass., and sold by all Druggiata aud deulars ia medicine everywhere. gHERlPFS SALES. By vir'Ufi of mndry wrltw of vcnUUionl erpotnia and levari Oirim, timnei out of tlte Court of Com mon VMan of (Jiiiiilift county, io me directed, will bv tzpuittd to public nalt?, at tha COUR1 IIOl'HE, in Uloomshtirg. oc tATl'UI)AV, Hie l.rnh day of Juno, .HC-7, at IU o'clock, A. M.,t)ie followinf -rcul tsate,to wit; A certain lot pf .ground ii.ua te In Ctinyn.ain tsvp Coluinltiucoutay.'eonmininn one nrru more or len bound!) on tho tvent by lm late of W illiaui Anhmnni on tjinnorib Jty public road lendina to Wttrmamownt and on ilie cast und anitth by landa ofthv LocuV Mountnin Con I and Iron Company, oil which li erect ed a two atory atone huttae wltb the appurte nancriH, 8;iKcd, tnkfn in execution end v bo aeli) &;l;e proj crly uf Williuiu Level!. ALSO, A certain tract of land situate In Lacuat tnwnshipr Columbia county, eontainiiif fifty-six acres mora o less, bounded on the aculh bv lamia of David Kreiah. er and Henry liable, an tho west by Henry IMliK on the tinrjh by Henry Knnpp and on the eaat by landa of Abram and David Kreialier, whereon ia erected a log hauae anil a log barn, witli the appurtenances. Beiaed. taken in eaecujiun aud to bu aold us.tlio property of Jghjt Perry. ALSO, A.certaln piece pf land allustc lo Flatliigcrock twp. Colpmliia Connty, containing thirty arrca more or leas, bounded on the enulh by landa af Daniel Force, fin the west by landa of Alex. Cramer, on Uie north by Innda of Joseph Coleman, and ou the caal by land of Michael l.amon, on which la erected a fraiua dwel ling huuse and a frame stable, with the appurte nances. - tlaiied, taken in execution apil to be icld as the property Q. W. Mastellar. ALSO, A certain lot of i.-ound ailusjo in Ibe Borongh of Centralta. .Columbia county, containing two Iota, fifty foul front and one hundred and forty feet deep, bounded on the enel by Calawiaaa atreel, on Hit weat by alre.et, on the south by an Alley and on Ihe ncrlh by lot of Henry Juapor, .on which ia erected a two atory plank licuee, blacksmith shop, with tho appurtununcee. Ueiaed, taken in ei'ciitlca and to be sold aa the prnpsrty of Mephvu Thptuas. ALSO, AH that certain tract of land situate in -Roaring-.creak towruhip. Columbia county, adjoiniiif lands of Jmla.li Churrington, Joseph .inimcrman, other landa ot tho aaid aetata of 8. Coxa, deeeaaed, and othura, ' boundud un,d daaceibed na follows, to wit: Beginninx , at a double chestnut pak, the north western corner of a tract of laud eurveyed Jn Ihe panie of Henry Hbalftr by virtue of a warrant dated Ihe l8;h day of Nove;nber A. D. 171)1 ond riinnliig thence, by land of Juddb C'tierrington. aouth (jflocn degreea. ninety eigh penUiea to a post, thencu north eighty six and one o iarler degreaa eaat, oua hundred and aevenly Bve and a half perohaa to a post, ilieuce north ilfiren degreea weat, ninety eight porches to a chestnut oak, thence aouth eighty ail and a quarter deireoa weali one hundred and seventy five and a half per chea lo the place of beginning, containing one hun dred aad uvea acres aud aoveuly eight perches neat nieaanro. (Joined, taken In execution and to be sold as ths propaiiy of Ueorge llartaell 8AM MEL 8N.YXLER, SuorllT. Bioomabjirg , Hay W. . JjJftliQUS OF YOUTH. A Qantletnan who suffered fur years from Merrona Debility. Premature Decay, and all the rffocta of youth ful indiscretion, will, for .tlia agke or auflsrlng humanity, aend free to all wlio need It. Lho lecelpn end ilireclluna for (naking the eimple. remedy by which he was cured. rJufferere wialung to proril by the advert iaer'a exiieritce.can do so by addressing In perfect coiitlilenco, JUIIN B. OODEN. ta Cedar tract, Now York, May 13, lbu7, . IT mi rU t mill i s i a Bast at aw aw if he wimld regain Ihnse which aro now ir hw wiiiiij reu.ltr Ilia IA'IjmIm rur.t. ..tiiiM, ti n.HN. 1 .,i,,i,inn wi III M nil done let him Use Brriniir l Part Bunt l)u,t. utcuillul.'uuiru vf ihiiiims on ' ' ilnhrsburg, Columbia I. aisy e, luti . HKRIFF'd f ALl1!, 1!V VIMIIH 111 B III Ar JHIH r.Ml mimm nui nr I in. i-uurt nr jni...n pi... .1 me norouiii oi riiviuc. vchuylaill county, lowing Real Bslain u wil . ,,, .i.h i.uikh w"ui nr uuirimi jm mm reierisiiio ja ins iiinenturit mimmrmb ... neieasos nereinuiier reierrea to, Sitnata, and bnitiK nnrtlv In the tnwnshin nr. nniie. n.ll,. iHWBPnw, 'llllllllllia UUUOAV, l HI KIB wih-iiim nun ooiiiiiiuii ana tieBcrjiieii eecilr k II l ..."L,,rru,i in pnrM.ll ... H..,,.j. w inn imkii riuue, lien imrin OI M..k. ....... II 1. .... i I... . .. . .... . . etiswrii iiumitiitry 01 nirac.1 li,iglpa;iy -uryuyed warrant diusd flio thiiiieili d ,v of Mv hm Mlla.l I,, tVilllu.. VIII... ... Jk it l ... . a iruci orientally surveyed ok a warrnni daia.1 teilttl lIllV III' JuilllapV ItUJ I I.. Inhn A now a earl af Ihe fllvup.l ..iniu luihih nint linrked by the said fllac lir and Fisher npnn t arnliad liv a nine bum ui.hu n.l a t.u nr m.nm- . ih ,......rB .uiviiriis nuitl fine II iiienee of II milium i inn iu iiiiiii oi a.ilil rlilao uv lue ioiiiiwih aid aiiai-fer and Klah'-r bv eintini a bUae betwai ..',..,-m h uh iu hiuih ireva aim viana lor uins lhree-iunitera of a dearua weat. aareo huudrad mm aihteenfeet to ayoung pine tree, uiarkiul by the aai Stiarfer and FJsijur for a comer, bv three uotrhaa o tile enatnitw Ami u.u..u.Im ...k.. ...j . .. . -' .viol ufm uiir.il wi .nu aiuea, respectlv- u. iiniv ui veven ncianooring treea oneot which ia a lupvii Whim n.V Bti....l.d u . ward nlaid young pine ; thence aouth aixty an de greeiund uui'.quarter of a doffree weat. four hnnilpH unit nine teet t. a pine tree, marked by aaid Mb a j for and Ki.her with three notches on the eaaterly and ivcmcfir mure, anu wiinoaaeu oy inree notcnea upon the tide towards .the name xif each four pine treea and two.rock oak trees ; thence south eigetyone du. grues and twenty , two minutes waat aeveu hundred and aixty. feel to a pine knot stake, ael in a pile of -umil-k, iiisue n sain surveyore un mat line or tne wra rrninuat survey, on a warrant to John Drehar, which extuiiila noriiiw'arilly from tha north. weat enr ner of tni iinterrennx aurvey on a warrant lo John Kutley ; (the last .jt.l stake and pile of alonea are at a distance of lwo hundred andolahtv-aix fent nmtli. i Isht and one half degreea west Ironi aaid comer of the J.ohn Kelly aurvey. and were witneaaed by tbo said Hhucf.T and .Fisher, by three notcnoe from tho ai'iea towarda Um aaiao by six tires alanding iu tho uciahbiiihiHjii thareol :) thence by a Hue parallel with tbo southern boundnry ot tho Uirard tracta. orlgnal. ly surveyed on warrants isaued lo Robert Hillakelin er, VV , 1 lm in rh.iiiiinu and lieo lieohatn, lo wi(: south eighty-two and one half degree west, about three lluiunnil eight hundmd and two feet, be tha nine more or leas, until it atrikea the aaatorn bound, ary lino of the tract originally surveyed ou a war rant issued to Deborah Oram, dated the second day '' iiiitty, 17UJ. at the ilinlnuce of five hundred aud jiixiy -feci routh, seven and onu half deg'reva east Iroiu the double pine corner .of the Inst aaid tract ; thence along tho ciisicni line oi Ihe aaid Deborah (rant survey, noi.h niua degrees weal Ave ktindred ami aixiy feettothe ni'iraaiu double pine coruer of the Deborah (Irani aurvey ; Iheucealoiigtha northern boundary line of aaid loat aurvey, south eighty-two degrees west, abuul four hundred feel, ba ihn sjius more or less, toaioiies, a corner of the tract origin ally mrveed on a warrant issued to William Klliot, d'lted the tenth of May, I7HJ ; thence along the easi er!! boundary lino of the said William Elliot survey llnrlll v.li um! nn.i h.ll h,.i ...... . i county liueof Mchuylkill and Columbia counties niti said Columbia county, about three thousand one hundred and lifiy feet, be the ai'iuu inure or less, lo a euruer by ihc'iilhttnl plot, chestnut oak tree, but pow slviiea, utaieu by o:d wi.inosa-iiiarkauii aneiglf bnfi'lg iree; being iho southwestern corner o tho alorcauid Iruci ongiually surveyed oh a wulrant to Hubert lliltzhoiiner ; thencn iiy tho southerly buund' ary line of the lual iiieniloiieil tract, and iil the afore. aaid tract originally surveyed on a warrant to a Wil liuiu Ethaiinon, nurlh eighty two degreea and one-half oal, four Ihouauud niua hundred and eighty nine leel lu a point mnlw-ay beiweuit the custom lino of the suid iVulinih cllliot survey a id the western Hue ul the John Alexander survey; ivht.h point was aa. certuiiieii by pctuu.l iiieaauremeiit. and was attcateX by lue aaiil dhuefer anj r ialier. by raarkinf a youu; piuu lor a curlier with three nntclina on the eusiurly sides, resiectively, and also by witnessing Ilia suiu i by tnreo untchee upon llu side loohiuj l-nvard lli.i same tuurireea, ruapuctivoly. alanding in the neigh hood thereof; I hence by a line parallel with tho east ern hue of said survoyou a warrant to William fcllioi, aouth seven degrees and one-half oust, lured thousand ail hundred aad thirty-four feel anil one bull to the heglniliug point oa the miitdle of the summit at the ridge aforesaid, containing within tho suid boundaries the ijuautity of about five hundred ucres. be ine same mure or less, with Uie appnrta' nances , being part uf the an uie piece or portions of laud which Richard V. Foulkv, William Parker Foulke and the corporation knoivu aa "The Preston Unreal,'-' panics oi tho first part, in and to a certain indenture or deed of compromise, and of mutual grants and reteusus, dated tbu eigrfteeplh day of June, A. II., UM , recorded lii tkuuyikill County, In Deed Hook So. Sn, page 31, and in Cvlnmbia count) , in Deed Hook O, i'lige -Ml jreuleu, ralraaed and coiitirmed all their nuhl, tiife und Inte.-ests therein and thereto unlli Juhu AuspDeh. Jr., In. heirs and assigna forever, aa iu ami by raid recited indenture reference (hereto being had, and to a copy of a plan (hereunto annex ed, Ihu same will inure fully appear, aud-whirh the aid Jului Anrpaclt, Jr , gruiiu'il and conveyed io uinrlcuitti iu Levi Malleoli and Churlee Baber. uoon iho am nny pi .January, A- 1. It I ; which aaid mort gage ia recorded in Schuylkill county, in Alurtgage Dunk U, page 5ltf, and in I uluuibia county, in Murlguge tlutik No. 4, page A70. There are tjve Collieries upon thistract ono upon the Maiiiuioiii yalu, below "wstrr-level, worked un der lnuso by dchull A IJouofiue; tha Improvements' at which lielung tu ills lessors, ani eouaiata of two Mope Houses, two 'ttlopes, lwo lloialiug and I'ump ing ttngwea. one of ninety horse and one of Any horse power-with Uoiteri and lloistjua and Pump ing Machinery .complete : one Jlimble Uraakor, with lutigiiie, bearing and Mnchinuiy cmuplete '. Railroad 'I racks, thirteen blocks uf Miners' Houses, eight single Houses, one largo riiaulu. Iliacka uiut, Phon, carpenter Hhop, oil and Puwdur Uuusea aud Oltice.' The o'her Colliery ia upon the Bkidmur Vein ubuve water-level, and ia now worked under leasu by ihe New York Lily Mutual Coal Company. Tbo Improvements at this Colliery consist i f one Coal ll.eaker, with biigiuu, Hearing and Machinery cj.h pletu; live , blocks of Mmere' Houses, Railroads, Ciriienler Shop, Blaoksinitli Shop, Stable, Oil and f owder Houses and uthco. deiruil aud mkun tuiocxecution as the property of John Anspach, Jr., aiid to be sold by ' IICIlWi IIOIIAN, Bhcrltr. Bherifl'sOmec, I Fottsvjlle, Fa., May 3, IdliT. Qt KAIILER, Coiinelor and Altariuj at Law, Pa. Would dnnfjunce to Kia friends anr tha nuhtie tri genoral, Hint ho has restiinml tile Fiacliea of Law ugum. conveyancing aud ail legal b islucss proinpily attended to. ' . OFKlUhl In the EScltaifge Building, second story ; oror Eycr Jr. Sloyer's Drug Store. Ul.ooinsuurg, May 1,16X7. gTKELE'S HOTEL, WILKESBAItRE, tl, ITiOPRIETOIt. (Successor of Mr. IIofTord.) : Mr, Koons has lately mkitn charge of this popular ..c,.,u,,b.. u-njsv, fljiiu win or nivasaa io M SI. 14 r.lnHrf. .IuaLI- . JJll ... I ' - ; . a'-"ii'ii cnil na is a eauiiap landlord, and kcepa a first class house. April IO; IWT. " .. .. , ' -' " , gCHANGE HOTEL, . : ,nu)oMsuJf;. uoio;mbja cocmtv Iv.: The undersigned having nurchnaed and latelr rc Sued this well-ttnuwn House, situated na VAIN sr.. ................... wvM.i iitiuie, reapertlulIT Informs hia frienda and Ihe public generally, thai hia ..vv-w .-.."v- in .. ,ui .ui accumntoaauoai end enlerialnn.ent of travelers. Ho haa aparad no paina in preparing tho Bxchanto for the entertain iiiunt and comfort of hi. guests Hi, jlon '"ft' goou ousineas loca .iS'Vr,N.1i,!n.Ln? ""J nl IS"..1""" "' I. due li.no ,o.e.Uhe c,r: r""",,v " April . 18.iT. J0HN l" "''0V.