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EDITED BY LEV I.. TATE, PROPRIETOR
BLOOMS BURG :
Saturday Morning, Aug 0,1865.
DtNOtRAiv, a sentiment not to be appalled, corrupt
ed or compromised It knowi no hasensti, it cowers
to bo danger, It ppprcssci ho weakness. Destructive
only of deipotlun It is the 10I0 conservator of liberty,
labor and property. It li tho lentlment of freedom, of
oqual rights, of equal obligations lis taw of nature
pervading the law of tho land Allen,
Democratic County Convention.
Kotlco It hereby liven that the Democratic Elector,
ill and for the eeveral Dorought and Election Districts,
will meet al their respective placet of holding the
Oeneral Elccttoni, except in Con)ngham twp., thero
they wilt meet at the Public Ilouic of Peter llower,
on SATURDAY, 1 II U SCth of AUGUST, 1805, between
thehouri of 3 and? o'clock P.M., of said for
the purpose of chooslhg two Delegates from each Dis
trict, to meet In County Convention at thtj COURT
I10U8E, in llloomsburg, on MONDAY, TUB S3TII
DAY OP AUGUST, 18GJ, at 1 o'clock. P. M for the
purpose of making the usual annual nominations of
the Democratic parly of Columbia County.
E. II. LITTLE, Chairman,
JOHN J. STII.ES. I 18AIAI1 DOWER,
HEN'Y HINTEULITCR JOHN lllt.l,,
PETEIl K. HERUIMU, JOHN FUU1T,
E. G. RICKETTS, EI.1AB DIETERICK,
Democratic Standing Committee.
Dloomsburg, July 29, 1805,
Tho State Agricultural cxlbition, to be
Held at Williamsport on tho last days of
September rjext,promisca to be an unusual
display. We loam that already moro space
for oattlo and sheep has boen applied for
than ever before, so long previous to the
exhibition.- The Stato Society is exerting
itself, in conjunction with a commute of
tho Lycoming County Agriculural Socio
ty, to navo compicto preparation lor any
crowd that may visit tho fair or tho beau
tiful town in which it is to be held. Thero
are now in process of erection stalls for
nearly ono thousand cattle, sheep and
hogs; a hall three hundred feet long for
protection to agricultural improvements ;
tv two story hall, two hundred feet long,
for the display of cmbroidory, pictures,
statuary, piano end other articles subjoct
to damage from tho weather ; and a cov
ered area, overlooking the wholo of the
ample grounds, capablo of seating from
two to three thousand persons. A' sub'
committe of tho genoral Executive Com
mittee of the Stato Society, consisting of
Messrs Hamilton, of Harrisburg, Kapp,
of Northumberland, Ellis, of Lycoming,
Holstcin, of Montgomery, Dricsbacb, Lu
zerne, accompanied-by a number of members-of
the society, visited" Williamsport
a-few days ago. They woro hospitably
received there, and after visitibg and cr-(
im!ni'nrr iPa rtn ryr ikni' il nnn A f . I a w I
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homes, heat tily approving of tho designs
j . r.L t -j T 1 o .
and aots of the President of the Sodety, I
and Mr. Hurdic, the resident member of
thfi Rrrrnt; Pnmmi.lpn in lt,n. Innnlilr I
to wnosc cuoria in ;nis airection too much
praiso cannot be awarded. There is ev
ery promise of a fine display, and ample
accommodation will be mado for its enter
tainment. The Trial of Davis.
The rumor that Jeff. Davis is to be
tried by a Military Commission, appears
to have eoiho confirmation in a report
that one of tho members of the recent
Commission has been notified of hia as
signment to tho new one. Wo hopo this
may not provo true. If Davis, as the
ohiefexeoutivo of the rebellion,be chargea
ble with treaon,ho is amenable to the law,
and not to the military. If he be aecusod
ol complicity with the assassination, tho
oourts are open and the cpurse of justice
not moro liable to impediment there, than
before a military tribunal. It would be
as well, quietly to murdor him in his cell
at Fortress Monroe, as to go through tha
mockery of a trial beforo Military Com
mission, especially with suoh a malignant
imbecile as Gen. Hunter at his head,
Theretore, wo repeat, if ho be tried at all,
the Administration had better observe, at
least tho. forms of law remembering that
the Constitution, whioh the Prebident re
cently swore to "preserve, protect and
defend," says that "No person shall bo
held to answer for a capital, or otherwise
itifamous crime, unless on a presentment
or indictment of a grandjury" and "In
all criminal proseoutioos tho accused shall
enjoy tlio tight to a speedy and public
trial by, an impartial jury,"
JSST "Fearless and free," is tho motto
of the old blaok Khionoseroua, who nom
inally engineers tho "Smut Machine," at
Danville, oalled tho Montour American,
AsOlDabe was wont to say,this "reminds
us of a little oircumstonoo'' Last spring
wo wcro oompellcd to administer to poor
liroiver, a pretty eovero nowspapor chas
tisement, and concluded by reminding him
that we hoped that would bo tho last no
tice wo should havo to make of him, except
it might, indeed, be at the toe of a gentle
man's Boot. A few days afterward, we
wero standing at a sloro door in Danvillo,
when Brower eamo along towards us, hut
on. looking up, ho tuddeuly turned about
and ran into a building acros tho way.
This was a eamplo of Poor Browcr's 'Fear
less and Free ! '
Affairs on the Ilio Oratidn cause
uiuob uueaeiiwe'at Washington,
saresiwm w issms iMimiiswiiieinwiiiiMiiiSiiiiiilisiiHfliiiiiiiiiai1ww illllftawMwtflsi tHumiumlmMm iwwsiwsisaauiUisaBijiwHjmi.iJLiw.iyi'aisi
ThcRovorcndRiotor Beckldy. I
v,wuUUU,,aSi, Dl.,,IDu . v.
Jii tuaiiuny last, wo Hicpjiou iuiu iuu
uiQuiBsuurg i osi urato, m gi uiu uaii)iiuuUvmj',uU n,.. .uJUU, .u m
and found tlio Ittv, Rowdy Scckhj'fliaui-- first plaoe, .notwithstanding- the fiauds in
ing amidst n smll group of loyaMiatoners,
whilst ho was palhcttoally roading to thorn
a filthy production, which Mo wrote the wesk
before, and published in tho Smut Ma
chine, over tho signaturo of A. E. Kline,
This follow Uccklcy is a public rioter a
rioter, n rowdy and a violator of law and
order, and duly fined and sentenced by
revorend rowdy like, 'Old Parson Brown- organization of nngtooa and1 wluto men, front. I lioao who know th6 oharactcrol 1 tec by tho card puuiuuctt by tno iouz, ami ny fomo uocus pocus wasoeui wm Kjigar
low,' of Tonnossco and as such was con built expressly for the benoOt of tho No-- the person who mado tho speech will at' HlaelrHucct Irora tue ciguv iiarri or uouioo, .ionni. ,r0m ... . Knoth r..i km
, , . T , , . i . ' , .i . . i.i .i ..ri!. r.L- thov had not Judite Advoeato Lutz name is reported a Deserter on his Lomnany BSnyurHherirr
victcd bv a Jurv of Co umb a countv as a ma. Id 1850'. whon thev oripinatcd.lhcir oncosco the lmnossib tv of this as. manv B07 '.. ..1rlr . ..... .L.i. .-. .. t t.r. .i 'i. fe Jcc coiemn Eii
tho Court of Quartor SetBions. And this olared a orusado agninst slavery in tho The torm,ai applied by him, had pc
is the Christian Officor of tho Government States. In' 1805 they throw aiido nil euliar fitness. Men who. had not tho
at Bloomsburg, who got his olfioo 08 a
reward for being a "7?tofr," as his ap.
pointment was tnado in tho teeth of two -
ne rqy now wen employ his timo in wn-
dug Buauuuious communieaiions lor mo
"Smut Maobino," against docent oitizons,
puonsueu an arttclo in "lirower a Smut
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luuoinnc, jLanviilOjinrougn tuo agenoy
of Jfotcti ZrcArVy.aDd Mr, Thomas DunnA
over tho aignatuto of "Jaoob," dated at
Rhorsburg, charciui; upon us tho cause of
tho "arrost and imprisonment" ot Lis ven -
inirua oi tlio ltcpuuliran party ncre, and so ; tlioso who got tat positions in Wash- and imprisoning defenceless boys' and old get through l snail portray tno origin 01 j
in opposition to tho rcmonstranoe of ovory ' ington, about hospitals, &o. Tho truo'men. For this they got so muoh a hoad. your experianeo, and you can't deny it.
Demoorat whouBcs the Post Office and soldier knows how to rato negro courage, 'in this oounty what had wo but a bircliuir, All-tho abolition liars and "ooleys in (
and using as a cloak for his bypoorisy,' Harbor, was kopt in roserve, andrtwm2, ' ensmy by monoy, vessels and sympathy. Pny called tho Ucmoeratie uome uuarus, ' " y" . u," or
the name of an irresponsible creature call- 'while our noble white soldiors were laying ' Ho became a toot in the hands of these "J IIoone, both of itoburg. " 'Valuable Real Esta(C,
cd A. E Kllno. down their lives by thousands. They , Leaguers, and was in very fact a "biro- lonjcti t0 preach the gospel of Christ, -r?r"i"AJ " V pursuance or an oicr of the orphans' uSun n
Speaking of A. E. Kline, it may be well ' know that at Potersburg there wcro two ling" At the instigation of prominent1 and in looking over tho Biicrcd record did DEATHS. "'Tatmim'0" Au ust 20 180-
enough to aay, that he is tho earno loyal largo Divisions of them; and at thoinino' Republicans ho arrested the Sheriff of the' yoa not sco whore Judas oon.pircd to put ' ., . . . " ' ,f ! ., ' ,J'1
' I 1 7,, . , . ... i ii t t i i it. onil c At 10 o clocx In the rorenoon, Anurew CrLVetanJ an4
individual, who some two mouths since, explosion a Division of whito troops took , County and tho osramissioncr'a Clerk, and Christ to doatli 1 Wo were nerved liko- In Looust, this county, on' the -iutti ol Hamuei iieniy Eiefutori..f Archibai,i iienry iat, ,,f
erable Father,SAMUEL Kmnj?. His aged ny wcro defeated, and then without op
Father publishes in this Demoorat to-day, 'position advanced into Itiehmond, and
a voluntary statement over hisown proper j claimed tho fruits of the victory. And tho
signaturo, reminding his recroant son, A.
E. Klino, whom he addresses, as "my
child," that when ho got into tho Army,'
(and ho plainly tells him through what
influence il was accomplished.) that ho
(the said Emanuel) solicited his Father to
get him out, and failing to do so, Mr, J.i-
00b deserted and hid in the mountains.
Nay, moro. Av member of the Co., from
which "Jacob, alias Emanuel, deserted,
in our issuo to day, pins upon him tho
burning truth, that before he deserted the
Army, ho sbiolucd bis precious oaroass
from danger behind a Hay-stack. Liko
Beckley, the Eowdy, his man "Jacob,"
whom Dr. Brower, of Donville, cndors-i
ea as good authority, stands convicted
by his Father, falsehood, and by his i
fellow soldiers, as a ooward.
Speaking of Brower. of tho Danville
Machine, wo invoko pardon of our read
ers, and solf respect impels us to admit,
that ho is about the last ehah in cteation
with whom we would attempt to oouduct
a public controversy. A fellow of low
instincts devoid- of truth, reokless in 1
, habit-falo to friends africaninapnear-,0UtlnS
anoe, a pubho UauDei moro blaok nunrd
than statesman, a disgraoe to tho Press
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"a d"'onc8t opponent, an apologist for
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thieves and robbers a roviler of wlute-
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m ft n fi T ilnMf nnil tin as-. -1 t. . . I
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a natural coward.
Such then, aro some
of tho creatures, by whom wo sto weekly
assailed and slandered1. A- precious tri
umvirate of politico-religious vagranU.
Then thero is Thomas Dunn and his
"Loytl Lady," of Wilkes b'arro. They,
too,aro on our track. It would be impor
tant to the public, if Mi. Dunn, would
just inform them at what hour hb met this
Union Lady and the dimensions of her j
crinoline. Suoh a batch of stuff, wo '
"Would pillate the palace of the Kins of Kings ,
And clip the gilding from an angels wings 1 '
Would cheat the living wrong the dead,
And rob the orphan of its crust of bread I"
"Oh ! yo generation of vipers, how can
Ye escape the damnation of hell !'
Evonts in" this ill-fated oountry soem
hastening to a crisis. The United States
goyernmeut is concentrating an army ot
suoh magnitude in Texas, as to prcolude
the idea that it is only for the purpose of
enforcing its authority in that State, but
intendad to aot effectively in the compli
cations arising iu tho FrancrJ-Moxioan
empire. Maximilian,and his French mas
ter, aro marshaling an army of 35000 men
on theHio Grande, with a view to oheok
interonco on tho part oftho Unitod States
in the affairs of that country, of which
they entertain strong suspicion, in viowol
tho army now oooupying Texas. The
horde of adventurous spirits in that sco
tion from this country. North as well as
South, are sparing no efforts to bring
about a collision bctwoen tho two gov
ernments. That great misohief maker.
Santa Anna, has also issued a pronuncia
mento to his countrjmcu-from his retreat
in the island of St. Thomas.exhorting them
to wipo out tho empire, and promising to
take tho field aa their leader or serve in
Important nows may soon thon bo ex
pected from Mexico. It looks to us as if
another dootrine, called ".the Monroe doo
triuo' would soon be brought to tbo name
teat, and be as effeotually settled aa that of
It is stated that Maj. MoConnall, a
sprightly young officer, who at one time
officiated as Provost Marshal in this city,
has eloped with and married a daughtor
of Gov. Ourtin, of Pennsylvania. Tho
Major, whilo here, was deoidedly a In
die's man' and joat the boy to carry off
a boarding tobool girl with a rich old gov
ernnr for hrr pa. -.t Louis Rpub'tcan
Tito llcpubllcan" vs. Tlio Soldlcra.
. ur. uuuu id uuvuo; nuuu, mu Dummta ui
tho army vote, tney gave a majonty for
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Qoni MbOIcllaii. In tho icoond' plaoe,
waaiuvcr may uayo ucon' uieir prsviuus
...tl..nb. iL .r. nnM.nblonnnsod
ft i i .i
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to tho dootribo of Ntjgro Ecjuality. They
' also neo that tho Ilopnblicau party is an
doctrine was no Slavery in tho Territories,
Emboldoncd! by sucoesg ln'1800 thay do-
' raaks and not only themselves advoeato
Negro Equality, hut impudently aik
j soldiers to do so. A cortain class may do
xiiey Know mat one jjivuion ot inem an
turougn me icrriDio oaiiies oi mo mmur-
j ncss, Spotsylvania, North Anna, and Cold
.l.i i.i t.ita
me main line, aim tuo negroes tost an by
. wvir cowaruioe.
Ihcsosamo men know how last April,
thoy wcro pushed into the jaws of death
in Lee's final overthrow,whilo the negroes
1 wcro carefully kept bohind until the one
"loyal" press throughout tho North said
, 'U6J wero better soldiors than our whito
Dr. John insolently obarges tho Demoo
racy with being the enemies oftho sol-
diors. Tho soldiers are Ditnooratio, and
his assertion is absurd. But what has he
done towards tho suppression of tho Kc
bollion. Afier doing his best to bring
a"0ut a stato of war, he and his Qqakor
colleagues wero exompted on tho scoro of
consoienoc ! An abolitionist have con
acienco i men has on idiot common
bmsq. A matter of consoieDoo truly to ap-
' plud the murder of Mrs. Surratt,aDd John
Brown's invasion of Virginia, or coun-
M' aD reJoico over the imprisonment and
"eath of his neighbors in loathsome dun
No ; during this war he has coined his
monoy from tho people. An able-bodied
man, yet he never shouldered a muekct ;
nay even cringed at homo during tho in
va8'on ' tb0 State, while Democratic Ed
l,ors ai"a" repelling tho onetnyJ Even
EoW '8 0I1 'nte"t upon offioe. and pro-
,urtbcr eP0lIs ,rou ho Govern-
His affection for tho soldiers is hypo
critical j he has often abused tham ; un
derrated their oourago and1 ho and his par
ty now wish to placo them on a level with
the negro. -j-
The Spirit of Oppression.
Tho war is now over, and it were timo
i(B implacable animosities woro allayed.
Yet there is Btill an clement ansated with
slaughter and burning with Iust,who take
delight in reviving a spirit ofaoerbity and
famentinc discord hv unnpalu tn ihn l!oai
of pMions and by rcoalli invcnti
paBl wr0Dgs. Suoh Bn olcrn8nt b
r 1 : .
iuuuu iu uti uuiuujuuitr. i is Iiceil
less to say that this elasa is composod of
those who havo ventured nothing in be
half of the canso thoy so belligerently ad
vooato, and havo proGtod most by tbo
sufforiog and bloodshod they scok to pro
long. Their continued attacks upon tho
public peace, their constant cry for the
blood of a oonquered pooplo,and tho ruff
ian and riotous results of their persistent
and perverted effort, find an coho in the
demoralization of war and their teachings
examplificd in a spirit of oppression re
gardless of law and order, and destructive
to tho woll-boing of oommunitios. Criiol
becauso cowardly, thcio and their prose
lytes, fearing retribution for their own
former oriminality, eeok this moans to
gather around them a faction whoso vio
lenco will inspire terror to all opponents,
and socuro to them in .the future, as in the
past, a placo and power that will contrib
ute moro to their ill begotton gains.
Wo trust that an intelligent and mag
nanimous people will discountonanoo ev
ery effort from every sourco to keep alive
this malign spirit. Tho longer this agita
tion is permitted, tho deeper discord is
sown, and indefinitely does it po.-tpono
that quiet and reconciliation whioh is no
cessary to reunion and prosperity. No
possible cood can be donn hv nvr,.m.
tion.whilo crfl.it l.nrm must Jn.:.. M.. f.
o z a ' i " ill turd i oitnnAaA rtiov iinni jiilumm tu fiu urn;. uml iiiiii uuiiv ib il a ji.....
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We hope that every just man and lruo n "'"d every person that thero is not
patriot will unito io frowning down ,Ue'U0WD "moro Peasant and effectivo remo-
selfish wiokedness of unprinoiplod men:
that-tho administration may not bo clocc! I thaD b,ackberrios' I" Jou are thus affliot-
ed in its wi and humane policy; L'T? "T "
an ernng people may be restored to the
wealth and growth of the ropublio.and
dor resume their impartial and universal '
awav. Mnn msv pall (,;. ii..- ti
copporheadiim," or what they will, but
in tho oyes of all othors than fanatios it
will recommend itself as tho only policy
consistent with the Christian oiviliiation
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VST Tbo U. S. S. Wyoming, Dank
head, from Norfolk for Chiud, was at
Kio Janeiro Juno 17th, coaling
j.nu ..uiuuuuau ukviu ih.ijuuu.i
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wish to khow its origin. During., lato
oanvass-ono o! the Speaker r- at this plaoo
j . t
'in speaking oftho 'Provost Marshalirand'
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uioir iiuaismuiH, properly uscu mo tuim
"LincHln MrcLlJ .1. their uul
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disbonosty tlio opposition say tho assortion
was mado itr regard to tho soldlora at tho
of his supporters and his f.ivorito caudi
date for tho Presidency Wcru soldiers.
bravery to faoo an jrmcd' foo, accepted'
positions as petty Provost Marshals, and
illustrated their character by arresting
a torcignor ny uirtn, a naiivo 01 tno coun-
iry wuion iwico irieu to eusiavo imurioa,
and whioh during the late war aided tho
lit. i. . . .
nau tueuguts oi attempting uigucr game;
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pyuo ovou muuijai to scizo cue man wnoso
who even thought to seize the man
pioturo JJr. John saw Ot
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wall, until he realized tho fact that tho ac-
tion of the "hireling" was not only against
law, but eondomned by Gov, Curtin, and
other leading men of his party. Now
that the occupntion of this "hireling"' is
gone, well may heoriogo in anticipation of
Justice, and of trial in a plaoe where
blibts cannot bo given. B.'ttor had it
been for him anl his advisors if the
commission in tho nrmy given him had
availed, espeoially as it was obtained aj.
Icr tho war, and all danger was over.
General Sheiman and Negro
Tbo radical revolutionists will ploaso
augment tho volume of their howl, Gen
eral Sherman has again "betrayod" the
country that is to say, that portion of it
ooverad by Boston and Framingham. At
Indianapolis, on Tuesday, he declared, in
bis speech to the thousands of grsatful
citizens who welcomed him, that ho op
posed negro suffrage '-and indiscriminate
intercourse with the whites." He be
lieved "tho whites tnuH havo the govern
ing power;" and ho thought tho'negrocs
"might be colonized in Florida, and ad
mitted to representation in Congress.
"Colonized in Florida !" And are the
radicals to bo deprived of tho privilege of
"colonizing" them in every Slate on the
occasion of n gonural election 7
Admitted to leprescutatioii !" And aro
they not to bo udmitled as representatives ?
Curso the hero, ye Pbillipses and Par-
souses and Cutlora and Sumners and An
na Dlck'niBOn I For never, since he led his
great army in tho immoral march from
Atlanta to the Atlantic,- bringing in cer
tain spoils of war, totsely enumerated by
him as 'many negroes, niulcf,and horsos,'
has there been as good an opportunity for
casting foul words at tho most brilliant
soldier of modern times.
The Hichmo.nd Election
tion was held
for municipal offioors in
iroek, tho result of which
Richniand last woe
showeu clooided iniijorities for what tho
administrationi'Jta have choson id oa'l the
'.'scoesh ' oandidatos. In othor wordi. the
abolition ticket was beaten, and tho con-1 Now, Jatob, in conclusion, a fuw qups-
servatives elected their men throughout. 1 J0"?: .l'0 tcl1 J0,u ,Millville
'pi,i.i,ibi,i.'.i r T- .. aor thoo 1 ory Quakers ? Did you not toll
I hia being too bitter for the "loyalists," , , their religious creed that if they
the aid or "military necessity" is again 1 could not rule tho country they would op
invoked, and on Friday last Gou. Turner I po3oit, and you wero converted to their
issues his edict deolaring tho cloction null fa'lD' Jou DOt knnwi tooi that tlut
and void, and addressed the City Coun- !tt8,f "P18 ,wero toric,s 'l1 1,10 ti,ne uf
.. . , , ' . the Hevo ution? you asked mo if Toin
oils a pronunciamoto forbidding then, to Evos had not his heel shot off then, and t
act in their offices. Thus are elections a said yes. Don't you remember whon Dr.
mockery in this new era of olectivc frco 'oun prevented you from voting at tho
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86T" Gen. Shormen, whilo at Columbus,
Ohio, was approa.'.hed by Borne radicals.
who hoping to win a place in the General's '
good will, wcro very abusivo of (ieneral
McClollan,and concluding by asking Sher
man what ho thought of the late ''Copper
head candjdato for President." Tho Gen-
eral straightened himself up, and, with
wariiilh.earnestiuas and omphasis,replied,
that MoClellan was ono of -the best and
aoiest uonerais that commanded during
tho war ; that ho had discharged his duty
faithfully and efficiently until ho wsb ro
moved ; aud that he (Shorraao) had g real
respcot for his opinions.
Summek Comi'lant Important to
ovy Rcader.-Blackbcrrios are now abun-
riant in nnr mrVrl li ul...i.l r. i
- "-'-. a .uuiiiii uu uurna
3 "'""ma ana summer oomplamt
, jiumuiijr oi nun ooucious iruit.
or-They W"1 d? ,0U D0 l,arm' and provo to
bo a oorraotivo f disorders incident lo
Hurn '1 he best
Jt Cure ron a
fowly ought to know it As soon as
nossiblfl nflorYhnhnrn .l.r , I,, ." "
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n n a a 1 1 1 1 n niin. I . . . n
lea in not water let it eteon. Stir i..,
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Indiammeal poultice bpread tho tea leaves
on Iho poli tico, put it on tbo burn or
scald , whatever it may be. If burnt with
powuer, it will take it out aud tho tkiu
Kl I DA fia fHFar A aver '
W. T.. 1,. 'I'at-K
- Dear Sir i-lonw
more aik of jou to' givo this room in your
Vttuni,i0 sbdet. for 1 am disposed to write
, lju0 moro concerning Jacob of Rubra-
l.l mn lirirl o fiimnrrn tirsl.' Hint wn
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Fort M.filin men well know who wernthe
cftusfl oi our arrest it was our own ueiuti
bors anj nol Tato or Jacobyj 1 could
Oatno the neighbors if t. wished
liitii.Inannn ns did tho Commission al liar-
Lshall now turn my attoution to Jaoob
ofUohrsburu- Well, Jaoob, I ought to
can you my cuiia, uui wuu ob uro juui
written scntimsnts, you truly said oxperi-
cnoo is an excellent teasher, and by it
In.itt.r. imnroRMhns nrh rffadb. Uhloro 1'
.a .... .. . .
ijuvo jp00 ;inJ Jacohy wcro the causo of I
I Jacob, you spoke of an organized com
TTotxmd In r" arr
A A trim it fl liis Of t a nur In linn Ml ltn
' W(jro el!ut tl( ort jjjffjin
. , , , T
too, and il they don't repont will share
u'8 Jt0' They havo their thirty pieoes
of silver from the Administration, and
like Judas thoy pretended to bo followers
You say wo were brought to Jutice.
My child, I am an old mnn, worn down
with hard labor and troublo, and it i hard
language for you to say it was right to
put iuc there in my old age. You i-yin-pathizi
with tlioic scoundrelly neighbors
who caused our arrest, and who wore the
murderers of Wm E. Holtrts, aud your
own Urothcr in Fort Mifllin.
You wish to use a soft phrase by say
ing "a disgraceful father and brothnr."
Sinoo you sympaihizo in such hellifh and
daiunublo deeds, insinuate no longer that
we are "ignoraut," but lay your hand upon
your mouth and forever alter hold your
peaoc. Disgraoe your parents and bro
thers no longer by abming Tate, Jncobv,
or any one else for tho deeds of your otvu
You ay your Brother acknowledged it
was Tato &Co's fault that ho was put in
Ft. Mifflin. All his friends know that he
claimed exemption on the ground of con
scientious scruples, but the board would
not listen to it, bcoatisc ho was uo Qua
ker ! He lireil acd died iu that l.uih,
never having takcu any paper but a'rclig
ious one You were towards him as you
wero towards tho Democratic party which
you followed with a baas drum that you
might get tho loaves and iishes; und as
the Jews bought matter to uci-unc tho Lord
that they might accuse Jiiui,as you wateh
cd your Brother, but you can't injure him
now ho lei tbo dead rest. His letter in
my poession provo your ns-ertioin false
and vour party the cuiiso of his death.
You state wo were brought to justice.
By tha false swearing of renegade Demo
r.rati and abolitionists we were tried yet
only seven out of fourty-four condemned,
anu those seven attcrwnrus relea-eii by the
auttioritio". INol a aiticle tnini; w.is found
true as reported to tbo Ooveruuieilt, cuoh
ns torts, nllc pus, anu entrenchment
lou t.peok of our uulawful deeds. Was
it an unlawful deed or "resisting to (iov
criiuient" to lio peaceably in our beds,
irom which we wero taken through thoio
porU of your lying crew? Beloru you
charge unlawful deeds show one act ol
rt,ais'euco, or do not uttempt to glory in
fl! Y,U Wi" Le,he!11 ,t0
Cuu,iu ,.,.uujjr I.UV4 fiLVl 11, null OIIUUIU UU
ashamed to show your laeo amoug your
relatives. You had better emitrrate; as
you have no friends hero
uicouwuuu tieuiiuu, .mu ttiui uosepn l'at
jton gave you a horse and saddle to oome
Beutou, and how mad you were, Ja-
".. - "Vel . mo 3 rua".v bo
licvcd i he New.ro in his natural state" nun
not human. Yet you joined tho uoblo bull
in raising a oompany, in which Noblo in
tended to pet the preference nt a 4th of
July S. S. Culcbiation at Nuw Columbus.
You, Jacob, did not get it, but the Dora.
lining n.in.,a ,IM n:.1 r.
Noble persuade you Z WZZii
while there did you nol writo for mo to
fiet Jou oul- I tried) but failed, when you
deserted, came homo, and secreted vonr
self in the mountain. Again, while in tho
army wero you not a MoUlellan man, and
did you not oall your hoy after him I
When Dr. 1'. would not vote for him you
did likewiio, and when vour nerjennii.il
' Brother nd wife called tooco you did you
not leave the house to avoid tbo subioct orLr'
. , 1. 1 1 01
"r. pat troubles.
1 A.Klinc novcr took Tilto'n nniwr i
nor (iiu 1 lor twenty-one vears WbII
child, your first expe.ience was uSer
Dyiiiooralto rulo, whioh you deserted lor
aooiuionism so you see your experience
Wa' .n "5e
from To Zfn! "
not you, shall
Bbnton, Fa., Aug. 1, 1865,
FerlAi 'Columbia VmatrtH,"
L li, Tatk Dear Sir : I nn.
deretand that thero are oertain individuals 1
in your town and about thoro. who havo" T
W.la right that w. Fori Mifflin
men were put in ur'uon
1 '" ,r"u"' J""
T 1.1 ...
iumu men ro iiko an oilier murder.
. - .
nra. Tn n.nie i,.i,;n,. -1 ... .
.mv, uttiiiu iJivaauru lima uU(l
trout fishing up Fisniogoreek Kiev hsd bet.
tcr Keeu pleasure somo other place, as thov
will not bo very welcome, nor nnensnmn!
Mod by euoh bad violoms lately f,ora
- i v I 4
Jenioil auu ciscwuoro oau t iiihuu us uu .
tviqn. liiirnr. wnn nrrniitnu ro were vn iniv.iioiiN t aijthiiisHZUU uuuub iu vcumi . .j v r: ' . " -'
A. E. Kline.
II is amusing tt seo this roan (proud
bimfclf in tho 'Wegr Equality" sheot of
this Uonnty. A man pretending to bo re-
liglou jet who attempts to dogrnde his old
luthcr, ami justinos tuo imprisonraoni, ana
consequent murder of bis brother.
lie la K3 01 1110 luiumy ui uucjuuit, u,u.
. n.i .
lfi"W0 ' CU
nootii iuis wyui ncru.
He cnlUtcd in Ootobrr, 1801 in Oo. 'D
84th P. V., was sent to hospital in June
I To rhow further that ho is a fitting
corroipondent of the "Negro Equality
Gazette and Frco Lovo Advocate," 1 will
6 " uu.o.v.,
Va ,'March 23d, 1802, ho was ono offivo
or sis: others who crawled under n hay
stack to save His valuable carca!.i.
.1 TI-. 1 n. V. 1 I,. . I.. ..Ml
liUb 41 . Jt I.V. UUUUU OUOU IIU T II t
cut another shot.
ONE OF HIS COMPANY.
I Oh tha 25th ult. by llv. P. Croith-
I 4. If !.). t t fl I. 1 1 T ......
I"."", uu.. u. .....
ngrtl I) months.
In Centre twp., Columbia co on Sat
urday, July 15i!i, 1805, Iua ADDiBON.son
of GiMirgo K. and Mary A. Hess, agod 1
year 0 months and U7 days.
INT 0 KICK is hereby given to all legatees,
JLl creditors and itlir persons Interested in the cs-
tales of the respective decedents and minors. Hint the
following Adiiiiiiistrallii i and tJil.in inn accounts havo
been men Iu me uric: ol the Itegister or (Jolumliin en.,
ami will bo presented for conlirmation and allowance
iu t lie Orphan's Couit, to he held In lllnom-hurg.iu the
county aforesaid, oil Wednesday, III 4d ,of Dept. 1st 5,
al 'i u'clvck, in the oft.'ruoon of said day.
1 Aocount of Sumupl Noyhard adm'r.
of Ituasel While lale of Centre township, dcceacd.
3 Final aocouut of Lewis Ycttcr, Kxe-
cuior or the Inst Will ofrlarah Davis, late of Calan'ii
sa twp., deceased.
3 Filial account of B. I. Fortnor and
Lewis Velter. Eiccutors of the last Will of Conrad
t'eiisleriuuchcr, late of Franklin twp., deceased.
4 Account of John Kieffer, adm'r. of
ni uie esiste oi josepn ucamart. late or Lalaniua
0 Acoount of Liwi C Groen, adm'r, of
Wlllard C. Green, late of tfcutt tnp , deceased.
0 First and final aonount of Win. Rob-
bins, liiiardian of Abraham Titman minor child of
7 Firrl and Onal account of Win. Kib
, "" ,":lrd':", " ,,:xac K Titinnn, minor child of
.mi. i iiiimn.
8 Account of Levi Wrighti and Abra
ham Voting, adm'rs. of l.udwig Young, dee'd.
9 lurst and final .iroount of Daniel
.Vcllick, Uxcculor of Kliiubclh Marr. late of Pcotl
iunuaiiii, urc u.
Hi Acoount of John V Bodinc, adin'i.
of I'etcr Uodlne, who was Ouardlan ofllrlluin Undine
dee'd who left issuo UrilUin Uodine, whose l.'uardi.in
is Joseili Stokes.
11 Account of .lohn V Bodino, Adm'r.
u I'cter tlodine, who was guardian of llavid C llo
dino, dee'd. whu ilied leaving issue Cmma li liodine
whose guardian is Hiram J Header.
12 Account of John V Bodino, adm'r
of Peter fio'Iine who wns guardian of Uliznbetli llo.
dine, now tilizabelh Header,
13 First and final account of John Dil-
dlne, adm'r, of Henry .M Dildlnc.lale of Madison twp,
14 Account of John Evcland and Peter
Uvjland, adm'r. or I'etcr Kvelaud lale of Fishingcreck
15 Second account of John Appleman,
Adm'r. of llaltie-Applcman, late of llcuilocn toniuhlp
10 Account of John lleiiibold, Executor
of Samuel Weary lale of Locust twp., dee'd.
17 Firet and final account of Jaine!"
Masters and llonjatnin P Battin, Uiccutors of Henry
18 Account of Wm Snyder, cuardianof
of the person and estate nf Oliver l'aliner, minor
child of Thomas l'almcr, dee'd.
19 First and final account of El wood
lluglics. Uxr.of Charlxa .Ma, teller late ol llriarcreck
!iO First and final aroountofW II Wood-
in, Kt't. ofAshel Ulckcrsoa, laleofUerwick liorough
21 rirst and final account of Jacob S
Evans adm'r. of Michael Whtteniiht t.,A ..r n.ml...l
township, dse'd. ,
J-l Account of John Switzer.surini Ex
""'"I i ricui-inii owiizea, i.i iti oi uerry uvp., dee'd
IA Acoount of Satuuol Creasy, guardian
ii i...iiia urover. lale Louisa fry, minor child or
I'eter I'ry late of .M Win tp. dee'd.
24 Account of H W Creasv. Adm'r. of
.v.,., luumcj, miu UI OCQIl ITVp, UCC U.
ll... ,..ol. . . ' '
2o Account of Wathiss Whitenioht.
Guardian ,f Sarah E Kline, dauehler of Harmon KlVS
of Ml Pleasant twp,
26 Account ol John Stiddon, guardian
of Samuel, minor child orCharles-Howard of Urcen
wood. 27 Account of John Scott, Guardian of
llenrjr Jl lloagland, minor child of John Hoaeland.
late of Locust Iwp. dee'd.
28 Account of Edward Edwards, adm'r.
of Augustus 11 1'earce, late of ilriarceck iwp, dee'd.
29 First and final account of Daniel Kos-
lenbader Adm'r of Martha Perry, Idle of Locust lwpr
.10 Account of Jaoob Hartman, adm'r.
or Jacglillartnian, lalo ofOolnuibia co. dee'd.
31 First and final aooouQt of Peter K
Ilctbeln Adm'r of Henry 1 lloagland, lata of Locust
32 First noootint of Robert F. Clark
and Michael F Eyerly. Hccuiois of Jacob Eycrly.lala
of Blooni twp, dee'd. ,
33 Acoount of Wm.G. Fisher, Guardian
of Henry C Swayie. late of Franklin twp, dee'd.
J4 Account of Muthias Wbitenight, guar
dian of Isaiah Kline, minor child of Hamuli Kline,
.,; , r.?"1!0 . Deraotl) (Juardian
jiiiiii iviicnen cru.i oflleiirr Kilrheii ii.r.'rf.
Account of John Murray. Exocutor
fa John Murrav. lale orr-ntnmi.i. ... .i.!.i
' irat acoount of Robert F (il'irt
38 Acoount of Robert F. Clark adm'r
n ... . uv, ,
"V,1."" 'u owir-ioioofricounvp,rjj.:'d.
3D Aooount of Andrew P..
aa&s?iss-'i "u o?
40 Final account
. -r "
! ol Setb Ii, Bowman
'ri ofliniah.Bahl.i.teof, Bet, ,
and Isaiah Dower, Adm'
r i . .. .
x uuiiayuua JlgPlOUltUral SO.
friMW 1Ann1ts.a.:. uu. .
WIIshlAMSl'OHT, LyoomioE Count.
Any inrormallon desired niU be jivcn upon ncrann
) application or by leii.r to the u ideuliScd
HatrilbliVr"' ' A UVU HU"C&4m:
J ho nllce of the Hociely will be open at Wilkam.
po,t on and after lbc5tltVaepteinbor WIUan"-
A. BROWER LO.NO AKJSR,
I !l. .1... I.:l. M I.' P.r.nilrt,... IIIIRI.Il J ST.'
RECEIPTS FOR JULY,
The' following payraenta have boon mado
to mo Lofvmlna JJemottat offio, during
tho monlli of July, lSflt? ! 6
i obe"hi4tr.M n nnn,i wt
4 r..r. I'll Jnnr.
1 40 v rt tijcbtcr r.it
H Sn Mnrrt fthlicher
(uric A ll'W lit L.i
i au rr j m itri
IS" IlanlH Palmer (III) ll
. i:'."n V""""(l,ento) 17 M
I M Wm U'l)imnlt
i Sil Alriaiidrr Knnus
I 40 Jpse II Orpanler'
iiO Jaeob lirtimhlli-rr
I Oil IMnaril Orahain
Mrs.MargarctCrcaiy ! M Kit of Jnn Yeagcr
2 SO Columbia County
i Iti 11 II Frtas
l uu iraae r; Yoat
I. A lltitchi roii
roi vy ii int
j ,o L...pi a ii ,ii yams
5 IX) .Mcrull Ac Miller
I 00 linn Win II lacibv
Hon I'ctcr Knt 11 DO K, of Win llnft'inan
Est orTiuia w young in) Mrsu B llnnrer
Kill I, Krcas. .100 () A Mngargcll M D
I'hllin I' Kyer .1 75 II M elevens
John W Kline 3 SO Henry Ktlchner
I 'apt Jnn II Kline 2 0 rtaimicl Kvi-retl
Jun II McMirkin 8 Si Itev II ilsnn
Com, nf 1'rnn'a I a TO Orangnvllle N.Hcliool'J On
Est of M McDowell 7(10 Jnu Kccffur ClliiHim ) (nj
Our pavnionts rur July arc more respectable than
largo. rtv of our subscribers, wo are sorry to say, to
whom we have sent bills have as yet, repunilJ. We,
hope lint all Indebted, whether nt hoins or nbrnsdj
will oblige us by an enrly remittance.
n Ir-nimiAnl nnrf IpukI iiflin.l.liiitl,i Inlh. .li
...... ...5 ..,..., ..,, ,.,,,,,N,r,
Rlcli.ird Han's heirs on the Kat. Jfreinlati lla;n
hiich, Ufo Iloldf-r and I'eli-r Mnllickon til South, sal
Hank I V'andmllcc and Win Uelong.on the West.
CONTAINING 239 KCKES,
more or less, on which nio erected a ifooJ
Two-Siory Dwelling House and Fraoin
Barn, Wagon Shed, and out-lmild-ings,
nn excellent Spring of
Water near the door.
Ihrrn i nlo nn Hie West end of said property ,1
unu aiiuu iiiiii .iuijt rriiiu-1 .writing uu'isu ailil a
good Dank llarn, and a Spring of Water convenient t i
sue same, a large pari 01 me premises is cleared,
which m a
GOOD AIPLE ORCHARD,
1 taifc m
county nforesald. JtiriSU COI.U.M N, Ulctk
liliioinburg. Aug. 1, 1605.
I he nl uvo prope'ty will lie sold nn reasonable ti rmi
and ill be divided into tws farms, if nccctiary t
suit purilia ers.
ANllItKWUIinVKI.INI;. ).. .
B.JIUi;l. IIBNIlV, U'
The next tirm of this Inmiiuiion will
t....ln nn ltll!1Ul-ll ,1 V HlllMI. l.i .
i wck.i.,.u,,mu,...lt....,, .II.U1JCII Ml J II, 101 f
I The reglar prrfei cf tuition rnnrc from in 0
. $7 .50 per Urni of eleven H'ecXi; to be paid at it Ik
I fore tho middle of tin term.
The usual eitrn changes will be made fur rirrmnit
, ' aim "ii.- rariuus urnainenisl llranrlies
I B,.'nli'.'i,lL!!"el(' ''"W?"' ' pupils tvhn ,lnll
attend the Hclionl should be prsscnt t t)R. hi Ciiininr
orihc term, or as soon nflerni posgiblo, in urder to
start regularly ilh the class In nil cases fiui i:i
; Hill be ihnrged foi the rcxi. tijm, iiiiIo.s otheruus
liysprciM pre inns aerccmeiit.
Trie I'rimlp.il I a had nn niperiencii of yean n
, leaihing the I.aiicusce n rid IIs"i-r Mnilieiimti-
Mill aslbo vunuus branches nf n s.ib.i.nillul i:,u,,i,
Education, and n III spare mi wr.nt, to cecuro mind
ami lliurougli progress in his pupils. '
. .. KEt- " UIKim. A. V
SALT.' bALTH SALT!!
THE -ubscriher offers for sale at whole
tale aud retail, y.ill by the llarrel.
Kiipert, I'a. August 3, I8U-3uiu.
h a m a il Bie&jt3i,
Academy, and Soldiers' Orphans rchool
Tho Next Term of ihi, Inmtuiioii vi.ll com
MONOAV AL'IIUSI HTII, ISCi
I'or r.irtlicr particulars impure of
lyilliRHAS, th.. Hon Willi, m IIlwci.,., iVsidenl
VV Judge of the Court of Oyer and Terminer and lien
eral Jail Delivery, t.'ourt of Utiurler MesM.ms f n,0
Peace and Court of (.'ominon Pleas and Orplrin's C.nirl.
in the Suih Judicial District, composed ol the counties
mih .im' n,? "7" '"' yoiiifns. iiikI the ll.,n. John
.M KeS Holds Klelihen ll.il.lt.- 4 r.r.ln,.. I.. I r...
hia county have Issuedthelr precept, benringdote the lli
day of I eb.. iu the year of our Lord one thousand eishi
r , . e , r U,) . S.'e to dlrt"-'J f"r holding a
tourl of Oyer am! Terminer and (Ieneral Jail delivers ,
Conceal (sinner Sessions of the peace, Common Plii,
and Orphan a Court, iu Uloom.burg, in the count) nf
tn umb a. on tho fir.i iinnj,. .1...1 ....
ti... , ,. , . III UllV , i.
.ica,, n luiiiiiiut. one weeK.
An V ,' "I, ." Ulc,,r 0,Mct' appertain to be done,
ii.iln i"iw , .1 ""' 1"m.1"1 ''' '"USn.zaiice, to prosecuJi
ugnint the prisoner! that are or limy be in Hie Jail of
tuilX? y rro,l1l"1"h'i' 10 "" '"'' pro."
mine , 1'"" '" '.""'' 3x"" nre r'l"-'-led to bj
punctual in lieii attendance, agreeably lo their notice..
Sbirn.n.. n, Jl. CVCtt. SlierirT
.... s wMlbV iuuui?uurj jniy vj, looj.
Traverse Jurors or Stptembir Term,M,
RI!lmDs'"J,,Vl? LluS,,,nJ3'iiel llieece.
Heaver John Miihacl.
ti,vVv'l?.Jy?'' 'I,1?ch Itiltenhouso Fran
Centre-M I) ItenHey. SamV 't: llo v" Til ,. Try
(toyi,Bham-iJaUd Camp, James Ii.m T W
Locinti-Willlaiii Ucach, I' K, llerbin.
Ml Plcasaiit-Jackson lkeler "5""n,
Chri.t au"" " h"CllC"' ',a"me, "ll,"'.,t' '
''.!b...,(gera'y T,","",, A,,nl Ph,l,P 0,1
Iiouias Stackoua,., p. riwlshes.
i-John Kile, sen, '
J.icob J 1. 11111
Or ingc-rJanmel Ziminerman,
10-iiiouias atackoua,., p. riwlshes
Sujarloaf-John Kile, sen.
Grand Jurors or Sip'cmbv Verm, 1805.
Illoom-Peicr Jones. Ceo. W. t'orrell.
Uor. Ilerwick-riilbct Fowler.
I ciunii -Samuel Appleman.
C.mrtHl,",,C",'VeHc''Beo'lliil. rcu-r ;
Ccnlrc-Jercmiah llagenbuch, .
onynehainA w iftr.
Locu"rW,;JVr'i 1)tit,,tVch' B-Jn'in
li, n, Ul" lorn, JdIiii Lee.
wvKr1 t"',wforJ Thn"u 1 u'ei"
Madison Join, (Jraham.
Mitllin-Johu L. Ilond
ugarloof-rred ,AnKvht w B.rtn ,
DV virtue of.a urii ..r..i.. ,
ui.a writ o,ven
illlleil i. I r.e ,,.
it... --.." . .7 -'..rt."it vn exnoiMtl Irt tiiiKltr a hL
f.'"' " ? C01'" r, will b exposed tn,,hl e .. ll
"l" follottlr, ,ea estate iu.wi : ' ? M" f "U
tow.T.h JL"' im.ie in I.ocu.!
fol kV..'. on ,Z".ir.? SSI W. bribed
Ihewe.tbv la,,,!. ,,r :::: ' -"".uu t.rnit.0'1
morn nr If ! iii.u.nA.. .
liiv (ii ra iclirtln n lliiv.,. -- f i 'i-
- "ini 'im MU.Vit
, KherillfsOlllce. aA!nm' QN'VJ,!:'i;
ULoumsburi; Julyy'j, lees. ( niieriir
F. 0. IIAURISOiN. m" D.
r .1? 1. 1 ' .y. l!'vi.tuUie Coroner, the Ju.tice,
of Ihe-lenceand ron.table, ,,f the said county of Col-
"n.'i,1 o 1 ."!"J't''!' "'c",a"11 "'"r I'f'l'" P
J 1 a f i . 1 ii iiiv sji-111 un v ui vu'Ts
. L.B, n theyearefourLnnl one thousand eitlit
nlnTT", viU."r,'.Ulli a."d 'y-lour. and in the eighty
Lr t "rur"'''!'le'i'n.leiice1,f the United f tatcs
"i .mcrica. ( Uod ssvtam. c.iiM,,.. ..., r.,
A IiNlON TH13 0.ill
Norrwlma, July .'(, jjjj.