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D D AND BLOOMSBURG GENERAL ADVERTISER. LEVI L. TATE, ) Editor, Publisher & Proprietor. J "To hold arid trim the torch -of Truth and Wave it o'er the darkened Earth." i TERMS : flue Dollar ti Kmr-nty-firr rK Is advan tc. YOL. XL-NO. 27. BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1857 YOL. XXL 1M COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT. Published every Saturday Morning, by LEVI L. TATE, In Bloomsburg, Columbia Co., Office. In the. ncwlirich liuiUing, op 2ositclhe Exchange, by side of the Court House," Democratic Head Quarters," TERMS OP IBBSCRIrTiOtf. 01,00 In advance, fur ono copy, fur tlx months 1,75 In advance, for ono copy, ono year. 2,00 If not paid within the tint three month,. 2,25 IT not paid nithln tho first alx months. 2,50 If not paid within the year; 0" Nosubsjrlplion taken for loss than sit months, and no paper dfjjontinod until all arroaragciihatl iiive been paid. ID-Urdlnary nlvertl,emont Inserted and Job work oxocutod ut tho established prices. imrisioiiti lock iio;sriTAL. DOCTOR. JOHNSON, riMIK founder of this Celebrated Insti. I lutioii.niT'ri thi moat certain, spcfdy, omt only ciu-clual rfiiuMly lit the world lr hIitu for (Jltttn, Ooiiutiiti'iii.t iM-iihy i m i (i.iiry , wtahiieic ot tho i Uaik nnt Mm bi. AHVrlio n of IUh Kliln.j. l';il-Hai I on oi inn Mtnri, utn pei Biai mrvuiiM irmnininy JJliCJiti) ot tlio limit , i liront, Note tt frMn, und all iliuie berious and nirtantlioly OlfurriVti arltiiif ft tin tlia doslnictivu liabiii uf Youth, which (In troy both body and mitid, TIiei iccret ! olitnr praiiicvp, are morn fatal to their v let Inn Hun the long of the Wyrtiit to 1 lit- iiiitriners UlyitPf , blighlliij tlirir timst brilliant hopes ufantiripationt, Muttering niurrmge, tc , iinpufvilile. Marriage. Married pornom .or Youaj Men cmitpniplotinji mar i hg, bring awi ri of pliymt.it ivedkm'ti, organit1 ilu 4iiltty. deform it !, A.c. xhuuld inimt'ili itHy consult Jr J jlmston.aitd he reatored to pTlrct health, lie who pi. ce hiiiuelftiihltfr the care of Hi. John. vLoh miv rullsfouily conllilo in hi fcoikor ai a genii men, and cont.diitW tf upon hla skill m-pliyiician, Organic Weakness iinnii'di itfly ciicul ami full vigor restored. I'll l dtscjsu the peo Uty most friiuenly pit! it by 4i wliohuvu becnm the vifttia of improper iiitu. TO-icie. Yo'itij puri'tiii nrti too tipt to comtinL ei ci-M Ifom not huiiif nware of the drvadful consequence that iiny en ai". Now, wlioth.it undertianiU tliu sub Jvctwillpretcndtudunylh.it the power of proctea 1 1 on hi lut sooner hy tliuj falling into iwpropi-r li U)itsth4ii Uy Hi priiilual, llositlrs being deprmd ol (In pi j.uuru ot healthy nifrpi ing, the inon aotioin .i'tl detruciive Hynipiouw to both body and mind iiririi). rim y.tiem lixuiai drtttgr-(Jj Hiu physical mil metil powen weuWened, ncrvuiis debiliiy, '( p"pia. oalpi tat ion u ft tie iwurl ..Mill ration, a w.istnig uf tli'i ( anm. cinisli syniploiiiHof c-tnsiniptiiMi itc lfcJ-t)iflcc No 7sulti Ir'nit dkhcck til RiKT, pcvtri doors Imn li iltf mure utreet Uat lidn, op the stepi He jMMicnliir inotturfiii; theNWlUnnd NUMIlKR, or yiMiwili mistake the place. ,1 Cure Harranttd,pr mo Char g i ,Vade, in from One to Two tiayt. NO MUUUUHY Oil NAUriCUUB DRUCS UrfCI). Dr. Johmtottf MotnliT of the lloyil CoMegit of riurgftiuf. London Or i.hi ttc I'rum one ni'tlio must r inincui ct-llege1 ol tlit If nitisl dtati'D, himI the grentfr p.nl oiwlion hie ban b:en ipunt iu the firm llopitalu of J.nintoo I'.iri,I hi i id Ipliia und clsew her, (mi filet l"d some -f ilie inott tittiiiMii iii cure tli.it wre ever know n ; in.iny troub )l with rnihn; in tin head and ears wlm aslt'f. Uf.il ni'rvonitiit'n, lit'iMff alnrincil at tuddi n ounis. j it t lUMiir.iliH', with freqiifnt bluhiiiK. tiltendcd m nniiliiiies with dcranj(eiiieiaulniiiidtvMrucurtd im medMti ly. A Certain disease, IVIhmi 'lif mmyiiiit.'d and imp'iideut votflry of plea iri And h i ti ii imlntM'J tini needs of linn pinrnl ili-f.tjt), it ton ulien iiappeiitflfint nn llltimid njiiftj ol 'i line . or tiri'.ht ut uh .ori-is,di-4crs Iijni from at ply i nit in Hum! v h from eiliKJiiinn -and rettpi-ctaliility .c.n .ii'inu lii-frifint n i ui dfl lyiiij; till the rotihtiliitinni I r yiittc)mi olt hi i horrid dineasemak thui r appearance, kik'Ii n ijk urati'd ri.ire tliniat, iliM'.ucd noie, nocUirnal i nun in tbf head md IIiiiIm. Ii Nine" of ilit,deartiCis, miilffjon the nk in liono, mid nrois loir4ic on the InMd i ice. a n J fUr etiex, (iroresini! iih fripbilul x iplditv , till at list the p.iti At'the mouth or the linnca if tlii noie tail in ,aml Ike itiiii of this nuful tliiMie b'coiilC4 a horrlil object of cnuiiniseritlon, till ii alii put4 a period to hu drfadfiilsullerinpH, by sen. J i tix In in to "that iMiurne from whenci no traveler ri'lurii," To such therefore Dr. Jolniftnn pied n himii'tf t preserve the most envinlable serrTvi nnd from hii eiiuimve prartirc in the ilrsi llospitalft of U.i rope and Ano-rlra, jie can confidently n ronum afe and speedy cure tn the unfortunate victim of this nurriu m scaup Take particular Notice. Or J ii'Mrctwii all those uho linre injured llifiu. clvri I, y ( n v.if a u il 1 iiiiroii' r Indtilacnc-K, Tlfso are nr.e ef lliu siMlpintl niflilnrhnlv efTpds liro'hicd byrnrly liatuts of ynSiili. viz Wr.iknf s of thu II ick ami liiuili,, t'aiu in tlie Head. Ilinincfaot itit Loss of M.i.cillar I'owr. Pnlpiuitinu nfthe II irt.U.w4'ia. Nerv.,UK Irrntitiitlly, Dpransi'liient rfiftlio lliglive r'rincliont.ftmieral Urbilily, symptoms irJmiiiiiuitl)n,4-e. MUlVTAliLY TJic fearful efTpcts upon Ihe mind nre ui'icll to l.eilre.nlntl, i.o.s ol .Memory, Conru.lou ol ii luas, I) Niri's.lon oftliu bpirlts, Cvil Fori'ltodiiics, AveritHtof Society, Tiniily,.c.,are snme uftlicevils jtrntlurfld 'I'lioils mils of persons of all ages ran now Judge what 111 cause wftiicir declining health. Looting Jlic'rviorjiecoioiiiz weak palpmlrinarialeit, havin A hi uvular appearance about He eyes.cougti and s)inp toins of Consumption. Dr. Joknston's Invigorating Remedy for Organic Weakness. Ily this great audJuiiionaut remedy, wenkne.snrilie org ins are neemi.y cureu, au'iini, visor yikiuivu Th tiiiMtidsnf U10 most nervals and debilitated, wlm hid list all hope, nave been immediately relieved. All mo wuiiu uiuu , lu uiucs viuiua iuuy .impediments lii Mirri.ige.PliysiraUnd Mnlililllli.qiia-. , j f i; nni:.:pnl pntlillitv with tlin lincilion.Ner.vouslrrrtabilrty.Treiiibliiigsaiiil lViiik-CODlonu ,or m3 political equality HHQ mo new, or esluiistl.iii ol ilia must Icarfulkiiid, speedily I ,vj:,e man j this IteOtthEc Ilffl hallu curcdbyDorlorJobnsloii r Young Men oinati.n on tho part of tho cla?s of men of Wliolinvolnjuredtliciuselves by n certiiu practice, i . writinx !! however .InJulue,! in when aloiie-.i hi bit frequently learned WUOI11 MC are HOW writing, IS, However, .fr.iift evlleoiiinaiiiiius.-ar nlsclionl ttie e.lTecIs clnliirll are nUbtiy felt, oven'wiieu asleep, a,.,l ifnot cured renilermirriae Imnnssible, anddostroys both iiiind nd iwdy, should apply immediately Whai a pity that a voung iiMii.dlie hopB of His rrnin iry.audlliodarllngofliisporcirts. should be s.Mlched from all prospect, ami enjoyments of lile. by iliecnuse. llinnees of deviating from lha polli ofnature, and In- iluliilna in .icenaiu secret habit, Buch person" before contemplating . , JUarriagC should relied that a sound mind nnd bot'yorelhe mns . necessary renuisitics to prommc couunbiai happiness, iliileej.wiihouttliesejhojourneytliroughlilebocomps a ivearypilirnnaBe.tbeprospectliourly darkens lo Hie .vlewi.ihominii becomes shadowed wiiii despair ond dllled ivilhlheiuelancliolyrencctionllialthehoplne.s SVVio'nNaiunW AH!'"?Ii2!lP".I' 'edi"skw To btrrmncrs, Thomanythou.andscurcdatinl. institution wUh'n ih.iasii.ive.-.r..nn,i,h..u,irousimnortantSiirL-icol flS WZM-M,!': rj"?:"7:','' 'ldulin ..!de . 1 riN.5fi,V.? raciennaresponsiDiiiiy, is. suincieni uaramce 10 ""0affl'C,ed TukeNotice. arVJZ.rl ,,h. i.eh orth, ..., am,c,ed.,h.; Dr. joimsioS ilOPnmuncednry loiay. rni"y luinim unite. liiimin'iii wmi ui. it-ii-iii- .-. .iipiomssaiway. bane m h some.. t j a .SuYSffW in, will sent .nuatly 7 1857 DENTISTRY. m- . moNjyigiiio 8UIHJE0N UN TIST. UIXIOMSI'.URB COLUMBIA CO.. Residence, flrst Hiick i ulldlng below Ilarlmau'j on nam ciiect. Hr.EPECTFULLY l-ffirs W piofe.slona! services lotbe ladles and eentlrmm ot tlloonisburg and vicinliy He is prepared t slitnd to. 1 iho various opinions in Jiei.nstry. an'l provided with the la test improved Porcelain Test ft, Wbtch will bn inii ilfd on pivct or gold pIMe.'lo lk "rV'.o'lfel'i'or.V.ici. of tooth owdm. .i wajsoiiliJOd. J""' U, IJ, 'i3, 3fl ptnnrrqf rZ,(j WX X X t X LEVI Li TATE, EDITOR. BLOOMSBUBQ, SEPT. 42, The Pests of the Country. Wo have, in the North, two classes of pests, whoso joint labors bid fair to involve tlio country in anarch and civil war. which , ' , must result in the dissolution of tho Union, or a consolidated dcspoiism These pests aro tho fanatics and tho demaooqucs. Tho first aro crazy upon tho subject of negroes and shivery. They aro mere lu natics, or rather monomaniacs, acting without sense or reason. Thoy havo con ceived au immense affection for tho dirty and filthy negroes of tho South ; and havo fallen into the hallucination that those ncgrccs aro as capable of civilization, and of cftablisliing and erjjoyingtlie institutions of civilization, as white men. They shut their eyes to all the facts of history con cerning thnt abject and degraded race. 'I hoy forget that, (rem tho first dawn ol historical light, the negro has been tho same, physically, morally,and intellectually that flOOfl years ago, ho had a woolly head, n flat nose, a thick lip, a crooked shin, and a loug heel; that during that loug period he has been a s!ave, cither to a race more civilized than he, or to his own sable compatiiots, which was a great deal worse ; ahd that, ho has never pro gressed in civilization, or Christianity, except when he has been in subjection to a gupcrirr und civilized race. And the to monomaniacs, too, forget the facts jurrounding tho origin nd birth of this Republic. They forget that, then, at tho Declaration of IndepcndcLco and tho formation of tho Constitutio every Stale hold the negroes in bondago; that vkev. our for.efa'Iicrs pioclaimcd to the world, 1 ho abstract tru'h that "nil men aro born free and equal," they did not set the negroes frco; that they did not appoint them to office did not make them generals nor senators, nor recognize their right to hold office of any kind ; that they did not admit usgrocs, tier Indians, to citiziuship; thus making color tho distinction of citi zenship; adduction carried out in our naturalization laws, which admit only white men to citizenship ; and in our 1'ost Office laws, which permit no negro, or colored man, to carry (lie mail of the Ut itcd States. Thcso mouomamdcs forget all theso facts, so significant of tho true intention of our patriotic forefathers in founding tho He public. They go farther. 'I hoy contend for the absurdity that tho " nigger is as good as i ..i.:,.. .,, .1... .1 , i ,i ..:l . r. .,. .noru (moreitcut vuuu,.ru., tui u,u. , .l,-.. ,,,..i,i;c(a iki' ennlnml i "'e'"!'"" ' s0 lutilv tor thr liMils of the black man. 0 lUslliy lor tui n0uib Ol lilt. ui.ll,K uuu, will not admit hint to their parlors, their , uul uu""1 lu a dinnnr-tables. to ussociuto with Iheir chil .urcn, to marry tiietr uaugmcrs, w jljln bv sido with him ill a military colli- ,u , ,u , . panv, nor Sit Side by Sldo With llWU 111 a v 1 ' J, . jury box thus denying practically the J . , ,. ' J , d!trmo 01 C(1U ,!lt,y , c ,vccn 1 uegro a ,Uan' V,hl"h tLcjr " C0LStau,1' proiolung. And thcso monomaniacs avow iheir wil - !;,,.,. dptor.nin ,tiQn to subvert tho ... .. . .... uuuuMa uuu uuiuuruu . DUu.t.. -J nolo., if thoy : "I0. P 'V cogol lon Ot their absuru anu impractio LIO dogmas, l.ut, no danger to tho country eould result from the f Hies and absurdities of tt5,.a,Ma of falllt c3 .j Lcv al0 , nnniTi'irniit'iinr a inoro iiiiuiiiii I'.viiii ui 11 ti r V . . .. . Pe.pl f tb0 Nor,h aml RrU C"ti'";d uiaiuly to tho followers ol (jarn.-oii, ueu- .dell Phillies, and Abt.y Fol-oui. But, tho fanaticism of thc poor inono. manias is seized hold .uf by a cUss ol meu who are national, and who know what thoy tiro about. Thoy oro the politi al Dema aoaUEs, and'iuelude tho Sawards, Chases, Hales, WiNoiK, aud the rest of tho wicked and tro saiial lo crew -whose m .Qhuntiotis thtcaten tho overthrow tf tho Repuhlio Thi"0 men really o ro nothing aiout sla yery ip iteelf, lbey would not, if they could, set tho slaves frco to-morrow. They have no faith in tho doctrino of tho moral, ' intellectual, or political equality of tho of tho negro honestly ndvocalcd by their co laborers, tho fanatics. Tho cmanoipa. tion, improvement, and welfare, of tho black man, aro really no part of their aims and ends. Their great purposo is, poli- tical aggrandizement, tho achievement of political place and power, and tho en-1 joymcnt of political honors. mi J.UCSQ aru tho' second class of posts which infest tho powerless, not by violence, but by tho Repuhlio, and rrally oonspiro against its scorn and contempt of tho pcoplo. peaco and its very existence They understand something of human RcprcscnlatlTO Conrcreo Convention, nature. '1 hey havo found that sympathy, , Tho Conferees of tlis Ileprcscnt-Uivo prejudice, and passion, instead of reason District, oomprising tho tountics of Colum and Bound judgment, sway a very consi- bin, Montour, Sullivan md Wyoming, met derablo portion of tho human race. They ( Friday, Sept. 4 h, 185", in Bloomsburg, Know that tho Northern mind, more from consisting of tho followirg Delegates : tho climatic impossibility of maintaining Columb'a. Iram Ucn, W.A.J. Brittain. slavery hero than from any aversion to it from princip'o, is opposed to slavery. Wo make this remark because every old North ern State lias tried tho "institution," and abandoned it, because it could not bo made proCtablo. Tho men to wbom"we allude, also know, that much of tho religious sen timent of tho North, for tho very reason that tho rigors of climato havo banished tho "institution" from our midst, is thought lessly and without reflection, arrayed against slavery where it now is. And tlioso dcji AaoaUES, with no more lovo of the negro than other men, and no more truo religious faith and principle, and with not so muoh real regard for tho wh!to man, or for their country, aro constantly appealing to tho prejudices, passions, falso sentiments, and religious sympathies, to which we have al luded, and inll tiling the classes of pcrple influenced by such sentiments and sympa thies, t' hostility ogaiust our brethren of tho South, ut the same Umc turning the uholc thing to political account io their own po'itical promotiou and cmoluinent. And they do thcso wio!cd things with the full ccusciousncss, that they arc thus put ting in peril the cxis once of the Union, the independence of their country, and tho Iibeitio of the people. These aro the roally d.ingerom men, tho true pests of the Republic. Tho fanai lea aro of no account, except as instruments in the hands of I lie DtMAOOdUEi, whs are the really daogcrous men. And we hesitate not to say, that, if the peoplo of tho North do not soon awjken to a ronscinusncss of the rcalUto of things to the actual nnd truly formidable dangers which mouace tbo peaco and integrity of their country, from tho Intrigues and machinations of the demaooouks, who are filling this section of tho Union with prejudice and passion, by their artful and inflammatory appeals, they will ero they are aware of their danger, be startled from their dream of se curity, by tho crashing of tho pillars of their beloved Union about their ears. It is time for rational and patriotio men t cease to couiitcuaneo this fenseless and unjustifiable crusado against their brclh crn of tho South, and to put down tho Ireachfrous and danccrous demacozuca who are preaching it up. It is time for ., . . . , , ., , them lo awaken to a true sense of the rel- ative rights of all tho members of this great Confederacy of sovereign States, under tho constitution, their common bond of union, it is time lor tlicm to mlorm them- selves of the truo history of the nero : his .- e capn Hies Ins i cccssiucs; wnd las true , ,. .. . rcla,oua , l,ja fe; ,- , cOtlSi'lOOtlOUSly Btl How meu. Tlhey ebould otiously tftudy tho will of I'rovi- dence wilh regard to tht degraded race realizo his nbicct and misor.Vilr, rnnd! . ,. . tion in his native 0'iuntrv ; his improvement ., .. ... " . , , . ... , in Conueotion Wtu a SVporiOT and Civilized . 1,lo. ,. - ,, , aid What liniUCIlSO Uos ingS and bouoCts u confe ui011 Ao hlinian ; , and howmuchhenromates tho civilization. comforts, and h ppincss of mankind; by j tLo necessarily suhordinato union of his i ' 1,1 v,,l, tl. initio 1 r-v- -.v..vv. bv.r- imysieai lauur wiui mo luiciicoi'iai t;uiu- unco o. tho whit- man. Let thorn bear in I !nind' tUt i( tMa C0UnCCti0D bc,wcoa tho abor fcf tho b ack man, aud tho fill d nif ' inteUen of the bl ,ck man, were .oo dis" s Ifcd, alm, st cMo'n spiudle in ,ho nplll ,,, ,, M' s n or.,t Pnm. . -vi 13 " 'i"" - ...,.s 1 tmins nr nntt nm etir.ni tvAtiiri aim t cease .0 bo produced; tho progress f iviluition wouiti uo enecKod ; tlio la boring whito man would bo degraded; and .mankind, iucluding cfpoi ially tho very ueitroes nbout whom so much mii-placcd sympathy ii expended, would ba deprived ot many of iho couiloris, and oven ineces- bttio-s, ( t of things which havo become ouch,) which Uiey now enjoy. We bclicvo, when iho people of iho North fully comprehond ibis matiei of .negro slavory, however much they may bo op - poeod to the establishmoDt of tbo institution within their own section of tho Union, they will como to tho conclusion, that it is best to let it alono whoro it now exists; and to loavo tho pcoplo of other communities, to ecttlo tho question to suit themselves. And moreover, they wilt come to tho conclusion, that tho peace and welfare of their country demand, that both the fanatics and de- magogues, who aro tho causo of tho peril ou3 excitement which now agitates the TTI l.v mi .1 -J .1 uuiuii, ouuii uu ju uutvu uuu luuuuiuu . Montour. Gutchus Snyder, J. lceso Philips, Sullivan. James Dipan, U. 0. Finch. WTjoming. Win. M. Piatt, L. 0. Con klin. The Convention organized at 3 o'elock, P. M., by the appointment of tho following officers : IRAM DlillU, I'icsident. KS, Tho Convention then proceeded to nom inats Candidates for Members of tho Lcj islature, only two of whom aro to he clocted, whon tho following nominations were mi.du : Col. De an, nominated Gaorge D. Jackson, ot aullivan county, Maj. Conklin, nominated Jnhu V. Smith, of Wyoming county. Col. lirittuin. nominated Peter Ent, of I o;umbia county On motion, the nominations closed, and tho Conferees proeccded to vote, whon on first ballot, PICTER KNT, E-q., was uu animously noniixi.itcd. Tho Convention then proceeded to bal lot fir another candidate for Assembly, Messrs. Smith and Juchsoii, heiug in nom ination, with tho following ruaulti For John V. Smith. Messrs. Dorr, Sny der, I'iatt, aud Conkliu. 4. For Gtorge 1). Jackson. Mtvsrs. Brit tain, Philips, Dcgan, and Finch. 4. 'I here being no choice, four moro hal lo' inns, wore then had with the same re sult, when the Convention took a recess of some ten minutes. On re-assembling of tbo Convention, the Oth ballot was lud, with tho following result : For Smith. Messrs. Dorr, Rrittain Snyder, Philips, Conklin and I'iatt. 0 For Jackson Messrs Degan and Finch. Whercupoo, Dr. JOU.N V. SMITH, of Wyoming County, was declared duly nominated, and the nomination unanimous Iy ratified. Tho following resolutions were then in troduced and unanimously adopted : On moticn of Mr. Snyder, it was Hcsolvcd, That tho nominations tuado this day for Representatives, bo unani mously supported by the Conferees of this I Ciinfereuce 1 Htsohtd, That tho meeting of the Con- ferces ol this District, hereafter, bo held unmM oa SM t g cm. t,cr. 1 0u jnotion, of Col. Itrittain, it was j Resolved, That tho next Conferee Meet inu bo held at l.anorte.inbullivan couuty, On motion, of Maj. I'iatt, it was Resolved, That tho proceedings of this , Convention, bo punished m all tbo JJomo ! cr.at' PaPer3 0111113 cpsemaiivo wis trict. Tho Convention then .adjourned, sine die. lit AM UKlili, JL'rest Wm. M. Piatt, Q,, ... C. C. finch. Secretaries. Bloomsburg, Sept. 4, 1837. JQT Hover's Ink, made in Philadelphia, a great comfort to Editors, and wo sus- j' a great comfort to linitors, and wo stis pett even jeater to compositors, scoing .1. . ... il..ii1 n 1naKna tin nvtincn TfM till 111" l,.1Jl "Sllumity leaves no eice jor uau ur llancd writUl , .,i, .. ,. ,,.m Vis 'really f?iite a pleasure' o , wrll. Wlth ueh T.eV'. ' 'f "CCI pen, lor wuicu muiniy n is juuiuiu i. 1 . . . ' ') ? ?TX. vAJ'r uT. v T"' ' a ' 7 uuiti diuu, ii. mi pvt.'-u,M uw v,v.o..v-. ,.', T, t.7. : '..'. .V..i v v 1 mirinr nun f.uniLirrr . 1 iiovcr s x uuauuipiuu iuu, a ucaunjui . artirle. well calrulatcd for mctil pens, as it docs not corrodo them. firolher Jonathan, New York. I s&f X younr; wifo remon-tiated with dor husband, a dissipated spendthrift, on his conduct. '' My lovo," ssid he, " I am only liko iho Prodigal Son-1 shall reform .ud by." l'A.ud I will bo liko tho Prodigal Son, bo," sho replied, " for ' 1 -will ariso.nnd go . to my father,' " and aoco,rdingly on .fcho went. Cnlnmliiit Jeiiinrmt Tho following aro the receipts to tho office of tho Coluaidia Democrat, during me moutu ot August, IB07 : Thomas etnekhnuie, $160 B. Kitchen, for I. K. li) ooj Dr. Win. A. Coir, 5 00. Andrew Frens, Esq., lono J.Trembley, for Est. 0 73 J mes H. McMncb, 1 IK) J, O. narnliart bM Hon, II. M. Fuller, John Doll, Joseph Fusicll. Caleb Tierce. F.se., Col. I Hopkins, Wm ( Quick, Joseph Snyder, John A. I us1on, Peter l?nt, Esq., Daniel l.ee, Csq., A. A. Hnuthno-th. W lllttnbendcr, Ii Z. Rcmalcy Henry Ale It. C. Ileal, fieri I. Mli,.r.mnkpp 4m 200 200 WW 10 00 200 1 SO 2 73 1 00 1 no 1 50 1 oo 1 U 7 1 ou 21 1 50 navfiiH'nower, IB ii rr, .1 w i.it. Peter Ha It IV tlilrov allncker, Still John Doik, Ksq., Jon. fl. Jarobv, Jacob ri)erly,'ci Win. Hrasnuis, Nalc Welsh. 1 00,1) W. Armstrong, Wivlkiti Pilce I nil C. HitlenlKMlder, 10 00 M Uilvertliorn tleo. I), Jack. on 4 Hvvan & Co. Cso I J3 10 00 2 00 'lien ft jveerlles, 3 00 B. J Paneoast Ac Co., S Pascal Morris fc Co , 10 00 Arthur, Onrh urt &Co. 3 O1) J B. tc C, I., l'rrot, 5 (Wl T. W. Malison, 7 2.5 Wm nrnh't. 01 tsh.pben Pohej Wm Knnttier, Joseph .Mou.er, t'rancis It tfnjdcr, Maj. J nn. Cummings, I'lins J. M Henry, Joho Wanlck, Joseph Itobbius. 3 00 2 70 i Hheetz it Sellers, a IK) is II. r. Miiiilh, 3 oil H. W. fowle at Co., 0 00 rcier iienrK, Wo again thank our frieuds for prompt payments, It is this that sustains tho Prasg and encourages the Editor. Wo ask our customers, everywhere, to try to help us to moot our heavy expenses, by prompt pay ments, and thereby dtsohargc an honorablo obligation. Especially do wo request distant suhsciibcrs, to do as many others havo done, viz : t remit money by mail, at our risk, as we have never lost a dollar in that way, and its receipt will be duly acknowledged by mail and the payment' also published in tho Columbia Dcmmrat. I ,.MlMjLiuiji.- n ! JlOy s JWGningS. Joseph Clark was as fino looking and healthy a lad as ever left tho country to o T7; i,i,. - lllvu Villi atVIW A II Us9 (vU I with health, hi 1th, hU arm strong, and his step quick His master liked his Iook3, and said that boy would make something. lie had been clerk about six months, when Mr. Abbott observed a change in Joseph, His chectis'grew pale, his eyes hollow, and ho always seemed sleepy, Mr. Abbot said nothing for a while. At length, finding Joseph alnnc in the counting room one day, he asked him if he wms well. "Pretty well, sir," answered Joseph. "You look sick of late," said Mr, Ab bott. "Havo tho headache sometimes," tho young man said. What gives you the headacho!" asked the merchant. "I lo not know as I know, sir." "Dit you go to bed in season !" Joseph blushed. "As early as most of the boarders," ho said. "How do you spend juur evenings Joseph J" "0, sir, not as my p ous mother would approve,'' answered iht young man, tears starling in his eyes. " Joseph,'' said tho old mcrchmt, "your character and all your future usefulness and prosperity depend upon tho way you piss your evenings. Take my word for it, it is a young man's evenings that mako him or break him," EVERGREENS. Nothing adds more to llie appearance i of a country rcsidcuco than well selected evergreens planted with tasto and judgment.. It is true they bear no fruit that can bo cacn, but they protect mo li-me, nam yard and land from the sweeping winds of, winter, and give an air of life and beauty to the landscape in the dreary season when all other trees havo lost their foliago. We really know of no hetter investment than ', . . . a iudicious jilantine of cvcrcrccus. A farm is worth not only what tho soil will j produce, but what tho public judgment , would valuo it at, and publio judgment is very much influenced by buildings erected ' with tasto and grounds properly laid out aud decrated with trees , , , , .v,. Tho -present mouth is a lllguiy luvuruuiu timo for planting evergreens, and wo think luo season uu uriuauuny prupiuuus uuu. The earth is seldom m as good order at . , . .r d nrinmT saaslactio. ! from their beauty and hardihood, wo would - MTTnTAr-rammarian last aumirnr ' t f' 'lt jLln'ofLon " .. ' Si! VZU: , MM"' ou",u." auu j p., JIqqtJqqIj QprUCC tuO COintllOI. CCUar nnd r-ic?i Arbor. Vitao. Manyper. , ions nro prejudiced against tho Arbor Yiiao frum hsviug failed with tho Chiuoso whith compared with tho American variety, is of no value in cold exposed situations. Tho American is a beautiful treo nnd per fortly hardy, growing naturally as far uorth as lanada. iST A man out West, camo into a print ing offioo .to beg a paper, " Because," said ho, "Wo liko to read newspapers very much, but our noighbojs aro all too stingy to take ono," G AMP A1 GIS SOWS. AIR.'' Bobbin around." Our candidates are in tho field, Bobbin 'round around, around The fate of "niggerdom" is scaled, As they go bobbin, round, Wlilln PneVnr lnnrl.4 nnr column. As they co bobbin 'round, around, No wonder Wiliioi looks so solemn, . , t( j hll wa3 d ; As ho goes bobbin 'round. p , ,. , , , , " out, anil tho feeling had become general The pain they feel thoy can't endure, , that there was nothing more of any account As they go bobbin 'round, around, to to exhibited, suddenly a new scono 'Tis death nlnne can work a cure, 1 0 ng moro cxtraprdinary llwn any which As ho cocs bobbin round. i, , , , ., . ,. vi, iy. , , , ., . , had preceded it a score all tuc moro In October next they 11 surely die, if,, . ., . . r As thoy go bobbin 'round, around, startling in that it brings with it a transi While o'er their names but few will sigh, , tion from tho purest tragedy to tho broadest As death bobs them around. farce. ! TI.A ni,.nntil eif Il,n nttomnf nf flip aelf " AthTwt MMl 'round'aroundMcaMrs. Rurdcl) to mak0 herselHho They sco tho writinc on tho wall Whilo they go bobbin 'round. 'Tis "mono, tckel, ISupliarsin," Thoy road whilo bobbin 'round, around. Which means they're weighed but cannot win, With alljlhcir bobbin 'round. Our candidates are honcst,tiuc, Bobbin 'round, around, around, And they'jwill put tho darkies through ; As tlioy go bobbin 'rounu They'll surely batter the whole batch, As ffjey go bobbin 'round, around, Wilmot, can't como to tho scratch, While thoy go nobWn 'round- Young Democrats ! take up your arm3, ' And bat tho darkies 'round and , . "F,0 , , ,. , I r foe is filled with dire alarms, Troon nnnViiniT tlipm nrnnnd . . G.r,i on vour armorfor tho frav. , As you go bobbin 'round andround, Anil as Uotl lives, you'll win tho day, If you only bob around. 8Sy-Tho following wo consider to be " some." " O kiss mo andgo," said tho maid of my Bcar'i And proffered her linsas my pay to depart. i "The morn is approaching, my mother will know, My kindest and dearest, 0 kiss mo and go 1" Sho gave mo the blessing in such a sweet 1 That thTthrill of its pleasure enticed mJ to stay; So wo kissed till tho morning came in with its glow, I For ihe said every moment, " O kUs me t& An invalid sent for" a physician, and after detaining him for some time with ... . ... , a dosctiption of his pains and ailments, he ' thus summed the matter up : , tho to tbe to0 of a-rcct wiokclineS3 "Ho, doctor, you have humbugged mc ltLat ft naturo -n M cycry long enough with your good for nothing ) iacccS3"an3 paSagj to temorsc is bernyti pills and worthless syrups; they don't , qM t a The eonviclion is almost touch the real difficulty I wish; you to i irresistiblo that tho same deposition hicl str.ko the cause of my ailment, if it is in thesc to obtaia gold( m your power to reach it.' nQt o o -m snail neuone sa.a me &aepor ; anu, liftinc Ins cane, ho demolished a decanter ! of gin that stood upon the sideboard. ScrcnadiDg. A gontcm!lr) who rcCently put up at a , tivern in Wisconsin, was awakesedby a y0UDg man who commenoe(i a sereuaa0 thus "Oh, Sally Prico 1'vo called you twice, And yet you lio and snore. I pray you wake, .! T,. ' , as ojouroan. i And open to him tho door or window, I don't caro which, for It makes but little difference, To either you or I Big pig, Utile pig, Root, hog, or dioj" t&f An Irish drummer, who now and i then induk-cd in a iiosein of richt cood f - . . ' J fa ' T , Jasu vur noaor. 5am rut, " J. always 1 10 n ! ' "T " " li."' V. .... U'lL . 1.7 XlOHCIHOi, UUUUUluiiyr, uuiLUinuit-aii j ui tentotissimo, hottcntotisimus, hot as an oven, hot as two ovens, hot as four ovens, I s I. .-.I not as seven ovc-us iui. " SaS If you ask a young lady to walkout with you, sho first looks at your dress, and then thinks of her own, Thcro's whero she's right. t6T A French wit said of a man who was exceedingly fat, that naturo only mad him to show how far the human skin would Urotoh without brcakinc. Murdor will Qvit, When are wo to seo the ctd of tho j llurdcll tragedy t It was suppi :1 t'.r t after occupying public attention for wcek3 j and four months, ond ministering to tho lovo for tho inarvlous to a degrco quito bevond all example, it had about fioished i., ..nrsf!. jia ,t at (U0 nMio interest putative mother of a suppositious heir to the cs'nte of the murdered Doctor Burdcll, presents tbo rcdiculous aide of crime in a w.iy altogether unique. The woman, whose craft in iniquity lud proved itself superior to tho most strenuous apd persevering efforts of the most capable ministers or justice, and fairly baffled and staagered tho keenest sense of tho con.munity, novy makes the most pitiful fool of herself over heard of. Search tBfough tho Deoamtron from ono end to tho other, and you will find no such object of dirision, no such rxainple I of sin taken in and done fur, as this in. comparable Mrs, Cunningham now presents. 1 If Dante had had tho locating of her, sho -would undoubtedly bo moored for all eternity in an ocean of inextinguishablo laughter. But yet, in spito of all tho 'matchless ridiculousness of the figuro the has just been making, there is a depth of vilencss in it that forbids one to yicW to tLc sense of the ludicrous. It is in truth beyond all measure sorrowful that thcro ( should cxlr-t a woman capable of so unscxing herself, as to play such an ineffably baso I part for tho mere greed of gold. It shames human nature ; it outrago womanhood, L j .- .: f i , , ' ., , . ,, "" r-.. .v, infernal terms which tho murdered man was wont to upply to her, and finds a momentary relief in the idea of their literal truthfulness. At the very last, every understanding Is prompted to a better appreciation xjf the character and capabih t;fa 0f crcaturc. No one can doubt ... . WQman . coM uko and carry it through to the very end with such brazen hardihood and hypocrisy, was i r ., , capable of doing mu - , -. , i . v v I find it hard ta belie murder. No one can now rioliprn tint shfi is full from , hag bccn tb(J game spirit tbat ha3 shaped and guided the scheme from first to last. 'J here is no scpsible moral difference boiwecn tho spurious paternity and tho spurious marriage between thej foul, un natural birth, and the foul, unnatural murder. From beginning to end it is nil jofapjece Yes, tho cluso of this last dcvelopement shoot back farther than tho beginning of the present bloody business, and tako strong hold of tho mysterfous circumstances attending tho suddew death of Mrs. Cunningham's first husband clues carrying with them a significance which will to many minds confirm what has here to foro been vague suspicion into positive assurance. It is hardly priobabje that new legal proof, as to past crimes, will come out .of what has last occurred ; but it is yat a satisfaction to know that some measure of punishment is now sure to overtaite me wretch who has hitherto .ba.ffcd every effort I of human justice. The proofs of a State Prison oflunse are upon her that no art of man or devil can esplain away or clud,o. 4 v . .TrT.,. "V J Z", " " ... Xn7 W 1 h 6 ' . - . them by a navigable canal for merchant vessels of tho largest v....ln 1J slile. nuprntirtn nn rfrnfc of ' Lcct3rre3 (35 000 acres) of . from tba U.,..,.i. mi.:. i i,:ni, ill l,n nnm. mu uitt-kik - q ccuemii. iuu iisu.ii, ,.y. i... m I pletcd in tho courso of two years, crosses I the island of Kud-Bevcland, between tho i villages of Hanswert, on .the western branch ' 0f tho .Scheldt, and Wcrncrdiuge, on tho j eastern. I BS '''hero aro fiftysix manufacturers I of tobacco in Richmond, Virginia, whoso ' united capital amount to four or fly I millions ofdillare.