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U lViJjlA AND BL00MSBUR6 GENERAL ADVERTISER. IfftPVI T TATI7 T?niTl) "TO HOLD AND TRIM TII13 TORCH OF TRUTH AND WAVH IT O'ER TIIH DARKENHD HARTII." TERMS: $2 00 IN AD ANCE. WOU IS. NO. 20. V ISTARS'S BA LSAM OP lONEOFTIIiJOMJKST AND MUST IIIIMADI.C UI.MMJU'.S I.N TIlE WUR1.U TOU oiiij'i, (oWi, If 'hooping Cough, Bran Ythitis, liifjicmty of Breathing, asthma, JlO'irsrnsss, sort'. 1 lima, uroup and even affection of' if HE THROAT, LUNGS Sc CHE8T, tVClX'DINU EVEN C? Cf IV M P T 1 O IV . RiT,i.-t. tr-lci. ofWilrt fihnrrxr MvirHu. - fee Mr.i ha. ih.n.. at ill. 'V,; etiuni in virtuei tti worire .peak far it, am. MUC V; trance, in mo nDiinnaiu aim vi-iuniary iciinii,iy " inr In any huh irom lung ti n .-r I i n mil iciieu maeaac vr kr ill uaa been rcatntcd tn prltline. vigtr ami health We can prriisnt a mam of eMdtnec In jirof ut oor laistlloni in prnoi ot our aanuiona, mai CAKNOT DC DtSCBEDITKD, The Rev. Jacob Sichtai. IVCfll known anil much ropeetcil atnonz the ricrman lper.ulatl.in in hl country, tnnkea thu fullnnlnfretate Iweiit for Ihu bemifHof the afflicted In,.-Ar. llavinz realized in ml family iinnnrtint rnarita Irnm Hie of ymr va'uahle preparation lWuTA'i'HtI or Wilt L'iicrhy It alTi ri!e nie ple. Fore to reeoinnicnil H to the public. Home tiht yi-ara latnna. of my daughter aennod to Ir in a .incline, and sail hopea .r linr recovery wire entertained. I then prnrtireil a some im yimr r.rriu-iiv ui.am. nnu ncime ItbC nail inKrn me nnnii; "1 uiu ,i.iii-i'i inn uiiiiiu l3r tu sr.at improvement In, I cr health. I have la my imllTiilual eac, man iri'ina n ate nt your vai piraSfo mcJici.li), anil have alw iya ba m htnefllttiil hv it pVont Jcstie Smith, Esq., T 'cvlcitt oj the Morris County Jank, rloritUown Sao Jersty. 'Wavine opm! Dr. WUlar'i Ral Ja' of Wild Cherry Ifi aaont rlftepn man. ami liar ii R r Mlteil bi-niiBclfl alti In my rimiiy. ii anurua inn iir.it pcnt iic in r iHmenilliip It tlhc public a" a valua lu rcnie cJy in (a of weak luii;s. tuki eniight , i.e , ami a mueily ilah I comidor 10 bo mitirtl) Inn icunt.aiiil may be Ken with pcifuct afely by ice niest i iIIcaIb Id healib. Fiom Hon, John E. cm th a Distin puhhel Lawyer t at ll ritmin ster, M I. Ifcmen.i er'Vrtl ocfmlcim .ie lt)r Wltat' SiUam ' VVilil t'nfrryfir'jvroc(l1.anJ nliiy wlihrf.ni I itnimSe. Innw f nu pr.rarat'on I tat lamoin riiir , in or amr" de'ir 11? rf t,fiiriil uf . b I'.I.Ki baa itlribrr. i.'i;ii! rjiillcntiOcct U I.tl. CJI'rtt Jlirtbart. IU l' Cii" HnaJ, .V.,1. li'istrtr' n Jlatinm of Wt1 Chin: Vonf siinijo utl-uf "I 1' I.'TTS," etith i pp-Jr . For sale by " MV8MORr..No40l BrordHny f.'aw Vork. I fUH'l.S: C". Triiprii tor . Undnr, And by all lirrgt.ts. J'edding's Russia Salve. FORTY YKAKd' EXPERIENCE. fully rjiabllfliad jba aupr lonty nf Roddiag'a Hussia 'Salve. fver a 1 Miior ! mlins yri'pa ation. It rnrei all kli.it. nf Bo ci, Cuti, Hi, Itiirne, KoiU fii, Salt r.hauni, C )liila Cuc I lira. Coina u llpt Clor ry. A . r.. ran .ivlnj tte pain at . nuil Bwlfirinj ltio ('! anyry fi'Ain(t KilHiiii li iflamatioo at If by naclc. Un'i 'JS enla e biij. w. anz ar f J I IS'iMOHE. K.W1 Crcailway Saw Votk. I? V 1.OV1 Li", s.' ii.. K leTrumi it t. Dosi.ia, And by ull Ilrusti.n. a) r. I9it-ltm, 'illKiVim gro;i:uv STORK. MOR'E FKESU tiOODS. .'aft received at Enismi s' JStw S.ore. ujjars, Tout) Coffne, Ric , IIrts and Caps, Fub, Salt, Tob3ii, Caudi. r, Raicnt, VEED AND PROVISIONS. i ;! ur with a srrai arieiy of nctionc and c.cit I rr tort riiimorniu to m. I ton. t r R liter. F.;g, .Me .t .ir.d piodiue gonarally taken , i n xehnnso fur gowlj, " A. B, ERAgJlCS. C oora bur Sla? S, l4. J MW. CONFESSIONS AND EXPE- I net ee of in INVALID. ''' fill lUbr I for Inn benefit, and ar n caution tn Ynung rfa"::.,.. A".? ?if.?.?r..r" ..,"?.,al 5f.h" t n .11 in moil on-, u.i.i.ii, ...... w....ur..u. ly .ncM.liiil .1 I oatpa.il addrea.ed envelope ,lnme j Air. hi iv hn hf d of Ibe nulhnr. ' ' NATfi AMKI, MAVFAIR. Eao.. J me 4, IFf.i - ly llrnnal)ii, hlnca en. W. r BlialVTISTUY. H O W E R, SURGEON EUKTIBT, H. O ItFsra TKUI.I.Y offra hla prcfeee tonal aervlcea to tbo Indie, and gontlc. Jtrj."(i nun nf M 'ni,biir(! and ncimty. lie ia IjL nrenarvd io atltnd to .'ill the variou. eperalUmr In the line of Ilia profeaaiim, and i. provided nitht ,n l.nenliuprincd PVUCEMIM TKUTU; whieh villi l-ilnrted on jold, i.latlim, ailveraml rubber bate lo loi'.u" II aa the natilial teeth Ml icril plate and blu k teetb manufactured and all oper ll. na on toeth, crefully and properly alt;ndnd to. tci .iruiicu anu umiua icw uoura aeo,v me v ouiv Unu ,r. name aide. Ill ,e.nabur2 JuuuS 1E63 National Foundry. Bl OOMSHUUG, COLUMBIA CO., PA. f HE mbaeilber. proprietor of the above named el. trn.ivo catub.iabmsiit, la no pripared to receive ni tera for .11! Kinds of Machinery, rCoMcrlea, MUft Kurnnecc t'tnlloaary llglnea, .Mills TIIPi:SHING MACntM B. W . L.U. Ha la ulan prepared to mako BtnvcF, all ajzee and I utterna, p'OH-irona. and evwr thin; usually iuad In I rit claan i''niiiulriea Ilia il jueivo taeilitlea and practical workmen, nr lautt, him in ree.ivinc tbu largest coulracta on the luu.t reraonable tenna. XZT liraln of all kind, will bo taken in esehunui for cattina. H9 Thin ettabli.hment ia lorn od ncir the l.aokau an nti Ulooiuaburg Kailroad Depot. I'crEii iiit.i,Mnvi:it UUoniiburg, Svpt, It, 1SU3. A OKNTIiEMAN, cured of Nerou Pi-liility. Incoiii peuacy. riematur Decay and Vulhful llrror, actua ted by riealre to benefit nthera, will be happy to furni'h tnallnhn ne.d it. (fres nf charge,) tbu teceipeanil 'II rrc'iona for makiog the aiiuple remtdy tiaed in hn caao Tlio.n nahin( to profit by hi" ejperienc. onrj . -...-. a a Valuable Kmaedy, Mill rrcelvx tin, aume, by . .-cirn inall.fttrefully ackaladi) by addreanluc JOHN B. (ICfJEV, Ko.W KeU ,(W., Hew Vorfc, tlii- 't lOU-in. Select Docirn. i The Song of the Raven. HT . liOllll. PIUST KCNTUt'KV. fWhen the Army of thu Cunibrrlnml rrtook the field dreda uf our .Icjd of ttm Lattli-ot thr l'.itli nud 'JJHi of Avrl.nihnr hp Hhin, Ihi. rtol.l .till ....I....I -j I J .." ..v "'U u ,1 U II I 1 11,1, J I A raven a.tton a tilood-atalncd Unn I And pirlcid away at ,i fl.'ililiMj buns, Ulncliig hla aon; In a ravcm tons, That pcliacd wild a a pliit'a mrun War I Wart War I Thon ha flapped hla wlngi and hopped away Over Ihu cround nf th ,Vaitful fray, In anarch of a inorj nutricloui ptcy, Clmutlitg aloud Li. nuiinoui lay- M ar I War I War I Cllll flapping hli rvlngi hi h'ipped around To r c b K' fonn attctchod on the ground, A ,';:imanfianieort U ancient uioumi, !till ihouii.T loud the doleful iioriS'l-i War I Witr t War I Then llg'.tlng there on the hiyo'a lirea.t, Whoro a form of hrauty once fumiil rent Whi'rn a fond afTrrtion oft waa blent lie crlod ii a, he plunged Ilia raven cicit War I War I War f Soon the mouldering fleth waa lots apart With a raven'a 'kill and a raveii'a art, 'Till the evil hint had reached the heart, (,'rying njiin witK un angry start, War I War 1 War I The ht'att that Ind mice an pioudly beat In the tulet hoinu or thu bua atrcet. With tko liupoa of lifi .wai a raven'a ineatj .Mitel ae llu rung with tbo morsel awoft Wail V.'arl War I tVaen tha red moon lightad up lha gait, 'J b bird tif iiong prutoiiguJ hi feait. With hla idle tl.un from Uataa li-,'ii-id, Aad.ho.irn'ly cruaked, like a aavage beaat War I War I War 1 And itjtha fiendLli iij Ih1io aank hla bsak, T.aring the tK'.-li from lilainuly check, Sallo ing ttlll each quivering flunk, Wniit ilii eeb,x.a i'Huih hia tn.'i y ihriek War I War I tVtrl To At chunk, thatrjo I'lat n kindly aiul.cd, With t'i-.ing uiibt n". pure ii.U u.ild, fj Hurt, perii.ipA. a vit aJii child, W".f ffroa for 1S'1 bud, with nng an wild nr 1 War I Wu: I The Heboi&xdndoruc i incoln and Jo'auao:i Thy Chuckle over their domination. A groat dual lias buen .-aid by 'ho Ru puliiioiin jnch-i about Iho n-bcU endorsing Domoi'niu and loi-kitij; lo Duuiocrats for aid and comfoit. Tim following from tbo Kieii.noud Uixputch, fbowd how they ex- ultovi r the nomination of Lincoln and Johnfon : Fcr our part we are glad to h'ar that Lincoln ha? received tho nomination. W bun fine euterpriaing pattizan officer ol thu Revolution proponed to carry off Sir William Howe from the midst of his army, Waabinmoii put his veto on it at otice. lie IMU IIO uoutit t.tai 11 was lear lblo ; but Howe had 0 ndncted the war ad Mtinidlv a it wa noasiblo for ttnv an to conduct it, and auy chiug whatevor could ol ab-surd politic.-, and impracticable cam be fur the Diiti.'li interest Let him stay, paiEii. Her clercy in manv inst.inoes for fear of a (.accessor lio might not be quite such an imbecile. So we tay of Old Abe. Il-would bj impossible to iiud auother mch ass in the United States ; and iberefoio Wk' say, let him Hay. We, til least, of the. 1 oulodci'aey , ought to bo t-uti.-ticd with him, lor he has conducted ibe war txacil; as wu ouht to wi-h it to bo comiueu-'i Uf. lus c.inllrmi'd thoe that welt. wave-Mug, hcatc-d red lint those that w re nrelt1", converted cold indill'er- ence into luriou. pavion, and n.ileulating neutrality mto ourning p.ttnousm. jys for the military operations conceived and rxtculrd undii h.s au-picc, -tin-ly wu have no right to complain No service evci had so many b.uMleriiiK "itieers. ami lio ci.uipa'jjfj- weio ever coudu' ted with gmaior siupnuty. ro. tuese reason o wo could command a million of volet 111 Yankeedoui, bu should haVe them all He has made the .South the mot united PcI,le ,l,,Ht wc,,t t,orflli ,0,baUla w'tb ?." ,.uvaJ ' ?"d.tor ,Urt ,du,,.,!rV.0VtbB tvelv iirattlutie 01 every muwiiiu man ' ) h 1 "u J .... uutUr which wo tie to the -Baltimore Con- veniion, it wonld be iu the nomination of, Andrew John-ori-lbe ...an of all others j . W.0., r'!', 0illir lh, " ! u .La. 4, I, ... - - .,m.n,.itt!nil nl' t A Will'. C O II vill(!l!(l . aS f . , wu nrc. (hat nobotlv in laVOr ol COUllIlllinc , ,,!,) . ,.,.,,1 mm, I lint nnnthiT the war COlllU be elioteu. ami ma no otntr would bo hO fool'uh WO think 38 to 20 for .... this ticket, Govornincnt vs. Administration. Wo really pity the ignorance of the man th(isiu(ir)(hatraibo(. up tboir 0uil BsPI!SSM -The daily expen who Is unable to oomprohend iho difference . ... , ditnic of the GovvrntiienniH, at present between our system of government and our National Administration-or the, agents solocted by the government. Some whose loyalty is ac intonxo as their brains are diminutive become very indignant when told that Mr. Lincoln is no' tbo govern mmif Poor deluded creatures ! In case President Lincoln should be unlucky as tocoiitriict a cert tin obroii.e diecuc ver common during biiinuier days our (Uov crnment might disappear with a peeuliur looseness. Tho veneration we niertuiii tor our republican institutions i too a a e red to allow us to admit that thuir purmaucuoy is dependent upon uny such possible con tingency, Wo will nnt admit their liabili ty to bo wasted iu an) such disgmcclul tatnire'r, BLOOMSBUKG, COLUMBIA An Awful Robuko to the Clorgy. Under tho huad of "Dead Faith and nn Apostato Oburcli," tbo Presbyterian deula so torriblo blows at tbo head of tl,9 ' bloody iufldol ministers of tho United' Statos, who bavo literally turned ouri ohlKcljOS into llcllS of lllicVCS. ' It says : We fondly thought that, poitod upon tbo trutli,iuiiut;t(:d by tho graco,and oblig cd by.tboooinniaiid.s of bor g'orious llond, the Obu'oh would havo provod a bulwark fti'ttinst the rushing tide of evil. Wc thought sbo would bo an omU in ;lio dur-1 ort, where wertry travelort might rol rcsli thuuiielves ; wo thought' she w mlil m a't idlnnd in the stormy ana worn shipwreck ed morinern niibt find afety and hi,ltor. We did nut expeot 1 1 bear in her suleuin Assemblies tbo voieo of human anger, muob lem uf satauie malioo. Wo oeliev ed that in tho hour of civil uounuotiou,when Stat Weru. utideietl, and armies met in the .-bock of battle, she would lift up holy handi without wrath and doubting, and iuiploro bor Master to drop from heaven the olivo branch of peace ; that ebo would .atber her suns and her daughters about her autl say lo them, ''My children, love onu another," that .be would lay one hand upon Ephraim and tho other upon Man a&sau, and bless ilium both. Wo need not say how sadly wo bavo been disappointed In pite of her boasttd cotiscrvati-m and fidelity to pnuuiplo, this 01,00 vt'iieratt'd body, at one bound, broko every bond of truth and chairity, in clVcft feuotinoeil her allegiat,e.j to her great Head, and allied her.elf wi:h Ilia areil etiuuiy. Sha ba.s turni'd aiiilf from Iut ,Miitur's work, and tiiouh h'r hihosi courts, and ihroiu'h h'ln lroiK of hur pulpits is cngirjed in ptti-lo-i ut ng poliiieal idea 1 and in sounding' the dread loos. 11 of war Hur anoiuni dchooN of ibu lru)!nt wliero liugei tbo in moncs and rrposo thu ashci of illustrt dead have been perverted to the ad vocacy of a cruel war, antl of a godlosi audi nb n in. in bolitiouism, Uer mom wide. y eireahtaA ne3p-,por, that used to bow. E0 friinliU!lly ,Thouovor an Episcopalian waa appointed to a chaplaincy in the army 01. Dary, W n-w tbo whiniiij; slavo of the power that lords it over God's heritage, and is 1 cj -cteJ in dNgu-tby Clii-i.-ttan and oven luya! mtn on thu gromd fiat it it no longer a religious paper. Her eldest quar- terly Review now receives Us iiiipir.moii frollJ disappointed military commanders, Who failing of succchs in tho lieid, have beeotne "ibn coininuriicaiii)" intclltenco ' vie with cidi oilier, not in fidelity to God anil the Miul of men, but in devotion to party and in ssal for the oarnago of bat tlo. Amid this furious babel of politics aud war, we look in vaiu for tho Magna Char ta of th. Auuuuciation, '"Glory to God iu tlic H'ioH ; Un earth peace, gooU will to men." It U appaliug to see the Church 0f God hpue 1-oin her mouth the Go-pol of peace, and bawl herself hoarse in stim ulating llu lerociotH pis-ions ol men and in canonizing the red hauJeti fiend of the tiattie-Ueiu : nt-ru i ner lormer hatren of AboiitioniMii, now that she is oai.f u, , obililren to pa-s tbrou II Ibe lire (-"( "-'"" pot of servi'u intxrrortiou I What shall wu say ot the dihtitiuui.-hed clergymen,who i"y I'P ud,d Mr. Vd Dike's i0r- mon ou that Ul.ject, and who now lift up , , , ..... . their hands and roll tboir CVCS U PIOUS horror at tho sin of slavery ? Shall wo say as the world says of them, that they huvo eitlu,r bec )roo,joll)g a groiS deception all s, or are now ly ym ,0 . ,. ., . . . unmanly fear I Shall we adopt tbo bu- imitating charge so freely made, that as a botfv , the clergy of this couutry havo been leer, rciable, more unwilling to faenfice their positions to principle, more shuffling and cowardly, aud blood-thir-ty, than auy rtltior ftl.ya nt iinin to ir ? Rlltill urn ri'rii'ftt and pray the dictation of a turbulent fur- tion in their churches ; or the bitter taunt of the soldier, who on being repnived by .. r ,t... i ,...i;j ..I ,r:n UUU lit HI. I"l "U1"! llll tt'lll.,, . ,,l not bn rebukml by you, sir! I havo ex posed my lifu for three yenrs in this war, ail' but lor pre chcr-t there would havo bei.'ii no wtr 1' We de.ird to bung no ruling iteeuutioiis, neither to judge any man, but b their fruit-i yp shall know ihom, uml the 1 1 Hit ot all their labors is that they, the Church, autl religion it-clf, are nrnuijut, nno ooni'-iiipi uitioug men. flio Lord Jesus sciin-to lint c averted from the fceau of strife and f.imitici.nn.and boiiud iu tho toil of tho devil, and expos ed to the hooting of tho wot Id nothing is left to us but a "Deud Faith" and an I Ap.at OliuroW COUNTY, PEM'A., Frnr.i the Detroit Vma Treei, Juno I.J Practical Miscegenation. 77,11 P'tuSttr nf a Wealthy Fanner E'opcs Lr' 1 tills Encourage the Tender Passion. Tin! particulars of tho Judson-Pontiao , J od amalgamation caso are still fresh in ! the minds of most of our reader. Tho j occurrence was startling at tho time shock I ing to nearly every mind. It was plain to ' sen in it the prautioal tendencies of thu I doctrino of itb'j' Con.o esteti tvtly taught by the d m:tr p, fy, liif in ibcs-dii the re.-ui i i f tho. . caelit.ift luvt, . ecom mor piai . y ) parr it md nii'ciieiiutioii and abolition are now pi omineiitly before the public nso similar to the one which itartlcd the jjood citizens of Pontiae, hare now becomo o common that they cense to causo astonishment and have come to be considered quite a matter of course among tho members of the party in power and in stond of being shocked at tbo dicclosure of practical amalgamation, they olaim to bo proud ol it and have adopted it as a pot dootri e. There aro fomc Republicans yet who would not suffer their daughters to marry negroes, but they aro ull drifting toward that point, antl a few of the more simple hearted Republic-ma of tho rural districts ..re proud to bt honored with a negro son- in-law. Vile, in,-, are putting into prac- j t.ce tbe t- aching-- ,f the leader-. Here ' .., an iRh'inc- whi.-b i.'.ppfo.,.) during the ( hm week in the n.-igiibo. ing town of Sotilii- fieid, in Oakland County. 'I tie .paiiiou- mn are vouched for iu i-very .o-puot. The name ot the farnntr i, withheld, as tho par - nej aie wjll known 111 tho neighborhood wnnc the eireutm.fime transpired. A f uiior ru.-itiii.jj iu S'luthiield, who is rcpuictl to be wealthy, c.-poued thu Abo.- utioti doetriua, and beiujj mmcM'.noero tbsu m.iuy ol his usot:tuleii, believed In 'iitlinj oc.iiic.-. into practice to the lulled exient.-j Hy bad started from Summit Hill about ! abko only two caes mora. J'he ar He ciaiiiied that a t.cro wns as "ood as s. , Mlf.,i.. (,. rir;in ., my.cf Xerxes, says Dr. Dick, must bava -.an,. ' white man, and. lo'Miow the s-innuriiy of hoi.t0 ulld .buggy and loading another. lt nuiounted to 5.2S3 3'i0 ; and, if tho ntten his opinions, employed me of tho blackest ' -Is sUj,rosedj t'iu evening having b.(cn a danco wero only one-third as great as com Africtns he eeiild lind, and took him into ' VlU.v wurm 0uc, that he had btopped to mon at the preaont day in Eastern coun the bosom of his family and trotted Lim take off his coat, anil had wrapped thu tries, the sum total must have reached a-, one of his offpring. ilia conGdenco in lmes by which be was leading tho hind- noarly .six millions. Yet, in one year, tbi hi 111 was ueh that ho gavo ep a good share niost bors.1 nround his leg. That in tak- vast multitude waa reduced, though not of the maiiagtinmt of hi.s larm and husi ig 0ff his co.u he frightened the horse be- ' entirely by death, to throe hundred thous-in-.- into tlm hands of the negro, and the ,llld UQ1) vhich, in attempting to pass aull bhting men ; and oftnese only three Litt.ir rewtrilnil th.i farmer by luiininj: ,rnr rn.l him irom ihu carnaL'e. aud the ' thousand escaped destruction. Jensbis- t- ... a I. I,. ,1 ., .. . I, I .. 1 1, .. ,1 .1.1 was a young lady about .ixtcon years of ago, satd to be intelligent and vorj pro-" poking in appcirane.!. She had been J eaupaiea in the bvliei that the ne-ro is a superior being, and hud a practical tllm,. tralioo put before her of her fttherb esti- J mation of the African race. j She could not be blamed for also admi-' ration rijioued into love.. With the knowl-. cdnc and consent of the parents the two' were allowed to be much iu each other's society. I hey took long strolls by moon - light, and indulged in all thoso little de- lights whioh aro et.- popularly supposed to make courtships so sweet. The affair culminated in an elopement, th'iueh' thtre is no rca-on why they -hotild have pursued this course, since it was nt' know n that ' ,:,.,,, ,.,,. ,.,.. t u. I,-... Que nitrlu lai w k tn-j .-i.iu w .-di ,,,.,.,1 0 a noia -uUd. b h .o-e. 11 .,,. ,, ,.nfl rn , .,,, m,,, nilinlnir. 1,111 ilnl nut tii eo.'. r anj thug unusual, in Hie 1110111 , (Ut, auro did not make his appearance, iftnd .i.n du..,r....r Kas ai - mio5;m,. On j g01Hg ,0 lcr"room it wn8 discovered il.at ! 1, L, BnwI1 :.,, hnr rn nn nllr. 1 ---- 1 1 .t,J ir, ...t ..II l,r Ml,i,. Kl.... , thou nothing has been heard of them, aud effort has besn niado by tin? father to discover tll0 wbor0abou.3 of his daughter ,t i8 iHppoail lUrt they havcKonoto Can- ada, probably on a wedding lour, and will yct return, when tbo doting parents will receive them with opeu arms aud establish t,em in a 0I1)B 0f their own. as a living illustration of tho beauties ofpraetic.il miscegemition - ' e.tinmiul b Mi Cn..se to S4,i'U0,0U0 per nay , in laet b rays that that kuui lluidl bu uffioint." Fullj 85,1100 000 per day would bo nearer the ao uil uuf- Is it any wonder, that, with our thousands slain daily, and our bubsiauce consumed a; such an awful raio, for pur poses almosi finitely at variance with its oiigiual aunoiiucemeut-i, that tho p'.'oplo nn- bt coining tired of this stalo of affairs, nml raiiidly coueeutratitig their hearts urul mi nils for a ohungo ol udmiiiisiratiun ind nolicv I COT Tho Democrats ol Westmoreland county havo unaniniouily nominated Mess rs. John Hargnett and John W. Riddle for r'Olflttfou U) tho Stute Lt?ciahtuic. SATURDAY, JULY A Horrlblo Death. We are oalied upon this woek to record tbo doatb ot Ed.'vatd 13. Yarington, of Temuqua, formerly of Wilkes-IJarro.whiob ooeurred on Sutuediy last, under the most painful circumitanue.i, between Summit Hill, in this county, and Tamaqua,Sohuj I kill county. The circumstances connected with hU tnoit deplorahlo uatastrophe, us we b'arn. d them from onu who went to Tnin.iqua to pari icipatu in the pertormanes sf tne lu.-t sad tites to (be deceased, and as' they were elicited by tbo Coroner's in-vi-stii lion, were us follows : About il o'clock 011 Sunday morning Inst, tho body of tbo young man was found, horribly mangled, attaobed to a buggy, which, with a horse he bad hired tbo day ! proviou.-ly for tho purpose of driving to 1 Summit Hill, was standing in,tho yard 0f the Uuitotl Slates hotel at Tamariiia. He was held firmly to tho front axle of the wagon by tho pantaloons, a portion of llu right leg of which hud caught upon a burr and by Iho levolutiau of the wheel had tiAifinii) dn tiarlilf t ivi t tcil in tlm huh , i,.., it was ncocisary to take off rm- wheel in ordor to remove him. A p. nion of the liiirb Irom a horac which he had'be.u tad mi! behind tbo buggy w'as wound arouud one of In?, less. He bad uvidentlv been jrilg!ta in this pout.OD, with his bead tl,lliiug upon grouud) a unB dtBncc. U prMUltud a hockiuff speeUele- Tho wlo(j ,,r thg lop pMt of tho head wasgono . ib .5 f d b d 60 j ,erriby loru an,i aucr.'itetl that not a sin- I , g!o ,.fciaturo W9, distignuhablo, tho arms ! ' wcy bfokiH n Hovera, paC(JS QUU ,Bg wos.' broken in two placs and ihc flesh of thu ithigliliten.ll giound off and the bono xvorii bait' thruuif by the wheel. The j uody was 01)y reoogniscd by the niatcrjal e i,:a a.jUi00Ut ttKa a riri" which bo woio. J horse which bo drove stmtiug off, per- - h at th(J salu0 bo WM CHUgUt ;Q th, lliBnUM (U,s(.ribl.(J) ,, not boing Mll l0 lroalB llin3uir Wil!j thus dra d ovcr i . . .. ....... of ons !u tll0 toWn of Asht011 a!jout n miJo )rQm guaiijU , a horg lached (o a tlljrgy itud what they nuppos- oil to be a bull'alo robe banking to it, pass through that place nt a furious . speed. Upon an examination of tho road tho next ; morning, it was ascertained by tbo blood 1 marks that the hore must have started ' with him near the Catholic church ut Summit Hill. I-rom thii f oiut to Taiua-j qua, a di-itauoo of six miles by the route ; , the borso had taken, iho stynus in the'. ro-id were tnaiked will bleoil. His coat and vest wr lound near Summit HtlL uninjured. Tbo contents of Ins pookuta werr toun I Miatteind along tha routt. .lr Ya.ingtuu had just attained his ,,i.,lnr,,v curl nt IIik limn nf flio fatal on. , currauco was employcu as a clerK 111 tne office of tho Ueadiug Railroad Company at Tatnaqua. He was formerly, when quito a child, a residant of Lehigh Gap, iu tbis county, whoro hisparents then ro ided and where their remains now repose. For a number of years past bo htd residod in Wilke-Barrc, wber be had for scum four or iivo years been connected with tho Am- zerue UnionpviuUug establi-binei.t. ll.s sad and untimely end will be deeply mourn- od by a largo circle of relatives and by many warm aud attached friends Caibon Dcitiurrut Col. Fish. Ono of the most digracuful aots com mitted by President Lin. olu is thepardou iug of Col. Fish, late provost-marshal of italtimofc. His manifold orimes, of which he was righteously convicted by a court martial, and for which ho ds-served im prisonment lor life, was condoned by the payment of a fine of fivo thousand dollar, 1 his inau ws proved guilty of tho mean est thetts, of leviyiug black-mull upou in uocont people, and ol Iho most shuoking cruelly towaru men onu women, wuom no compelled to go r-ouih undor loose charges of disloyalty. Thi perooo. Fish, once is nued an order forbidding ibe lialtiworo pa pel's from oupying artic.es from the World, while at tho aiiuio time, ho was feuding confederate cotton-bonds to Europo to soli. All this wa- proved upon tho trial. When a puMio offieinl is superlatively zealous in denouncing D 'tnociais, and professing ex tr vagaut loyalty,-it is bale to assume that h is at heart a traitor or iv thief, ot both. in i I i(1i 16, 1864. Havoc of Life by War. It is difficult to cooociva what foarful havoc war has made ol human life. Some of its incidental ravagos socm to 'defy all j bcliof. It has nt times entirely dopopu-! latetl immensa distticU. In modorn, as 1 well as in ancient times, largo tracts bavo been loft go utterly desolate, that a travel er might pass from villago to village, cvcd from city to cily.without finding rt solitary inhabitant, Tho war of 1800 waged in , tbo heart of Europe, loft iu ono instance 1 no less than twenty contiguous vallagos without a sinijlc man or beast. The Thir ty Years' War, in tho seventeenth century, reduced the population of Germany from 12,000,000 to 4,000,000 tbreo fourths; aud that of Wurtcmburg from 500.0HO to 48,000-moro than nine tenths I Thirty inou"na vlllaKes w """opetij in ma ny others the population entirely died out'; and in districts oncn studded with towns and eitios, tb&rc sprang up iratuonsa for- lc Iook at the havoc of sieges in that of 1 Londonderry 12.000 soldiers, bosido a ' vast nnmbor of inhabitants ; in that of Pari-, 111 tbo sixteenth century, 80,000 victim.! of mere hunger ; in that of Mal pliiquct, 1)4,000 soldiers alone; iu that of Ismail, 40,000; Vienna, 70,000; of Os- tend, 120,000 ; of Mexico, 150,000 ; of Acre, 300,000 j of Jerusalem, 1,000,000 Mark. the slaughter of single, battles nt Lepanto, twenty-fiva thousand ; at Aus terlitsj, thirty thousand ; at Eylau, sixty thousand i a' Waterloo and Qurtro Bras -onc cng"g'i"'ent,in faot seventy thous and; at Roiodino, eighty thousand ; at '""yi oai hundred tlousand-.at AL'la' tLrt:0 uund' 0(1 tbousaml i of Alil ariuJ nlono four buud red thousand Usipctos were slain by . Julius Cajoar i-i one battle, and four hundred and thirty . thousand (Jeraiana iu another. khttn, tho terrible ravaccr of Asia in the thinoonth cmtury, shot ninety thousand on Hie plains of ,tfa.0, and massacred two hundred thou.and at the .-torming of Knar- hh.h; Tn tlm AUtrwt. flf T,mt. h hntoh , m-d on million .x hundred thousand, aad ia two citi witl ,,lcir dependencies, one million seven hundred and sixty-two thousaud. During tho last twenty seven years of his long reigu, he is said to have massacred more than half a million every year ; and iu the first fourtceu years, he is suppo-cd, by Chinosu historians, to huvo destroyed not less than eighteen millions ; a sum total of over thirty two millions in forty -one years ! In any view, what a loll destroyer is war 1 Napoleou's wars sacrificed full six tuilliona. aud all tiio wars oonsenuent on In. trn nr.ll H i.i-nl H I intl untn,- imiui nt. frt. millions 't'l,o Sni,r,la .v in i,r ; destroyed, in forty two years, moro than I twelve millions of AinnrSnm Tnrlini!i 1 urcctao wars aaormoeu uiteen millions; I Jewish wars, twenty fivo millions) tho i wars of tho twelve Caesars, ia all, thirty millions ; tho wars of tho Rnmuns, beforo j Julius Caesar, sixty millions ; the wars of j tho Roman Empire, of the Saracens and ; tbo Turks, sixty millions each; those of ' the Tartars, eighty millions ; thoso of Af- rica 0ne hundred millions I j jat jf wq tako Oration the number not only cf thoso , . . r . !b..vepe,i,h,-d through tho natural conse- ' queneesof war. it will not perhaps be i . . . .... ..i overrating tho destruction'of humaa life, if weaffi.m, that ono-tenth of tho human race has b.eu destroyed by tbo ravages of war j and, according to this ostin.ato.moro that fourteen thousand millions of human beings have been slaughtered in war since tbu becinning of tho world. Edmund Uurko went still further, au' rcckonod the sum total of its ravar-ss, troin the first, at not less than thirty-Uvo thousand millions. 3Ien not Soi.diek. Congress has rc - pealed the commutation clause. The ob- jeet is to get men. Ibis they may do but "lfn are not alway soldiers. C- It is estimated that thcro r.ro yet fifteon thousand Federal Soldiery dead aud unburied in tho route, ot Grant'k "ad vauoo" from tho Wilderness to tho Chiok ahomioy. Tub pruttiost foiaalo liootl f?Mhoid. VOLUME 28 Tho Mexican Empiro. Tho now Mexican Empiro is at last an accomplished fact. Maximillhti has ar- rived in the land over whose destinies he has boon called by oiroumstanccs and Na poloon I r 1. to nrcside. was reecipnd with such iv show of enthusiasm ai could bo manufactured for tho occasion, and is doubtless by this time safely ensconced in the Halls of tho Montozumas in other words, in tho national nalaon nt ihfl nit. nf Mcxioo. While our oivil war has beon dragging its slow length along without any tndioationof it3 and approaching and being yet visible, tbo republican government of Mexico has boon overthrown by a foreign army, an imperial throne established, and a foreign prioe plaoed upon it, not only without tho opposition, but with the tacit consent of the prcsont administration of 'his couutry. Ilowcvor its pr noipal offi cers may seek to paltor with tho peoplo in a double sense, and oquivocato as to what it has really done iu tbo matter, no sane man can doubt that tbo Monroe doctrine has beon virtually abandoned by our gov ornmout, and that when the Archduke Maximilliau accepted (ho throno proffered him, he was well assured that he need fear no interference on the part of tho Unithd Statas. The word"Solah." Tho thoughtful reador ol the P.alms can not have failed to u-k him-e f what tbo word "Selah ' mcins. It ia a Henrrw word or sign, which the trausiutors ot the Bible have been forced to leave a" the) found it, from their ignorance, or Ui'igree. mentas to is correct sign-fiejtiou The Taigum and m;st of tho Jev.I.-h comuieutatur givo to the word the, inuan tug utetsrua.ly orcver Rabbi Kimchi regards it as a sign to elevate the voice. The authors of the Septuagiut tramlution appear to have rogarded it aa a musical or rythmical note. Homer regards it as in dicating a chaugo of tone ; Matbc.-ou, as a musical note iquivaleat, perb-ps, to the word-rcjaeaf. According to Luther, and others, it is equivalent t. tho exclumation siteice 1 x Gescntussays that ''Selah" means, "Let the instruments play aud the singers stop.' Wocber regards it as cquivalout to tur sumvorda (up, my soul !) Summer, al ter examining all tho seventy-four pass ages in which tho word occurs, rcognizes in every caso " an actual appeal of sum mons to Jehovah ; they arc calls for aid, and prayers to bo heard, expressod either with entire directness, or, if not in tbo im perative'Ilenr, Jehovah ' or 'Awake, Je horah 1' and tho like, still earnost address e: to God, that ho would remember and hear," etc. Tho word itself, ho ugardfl SB indicating a blast of trumpets by tbo priests, ueian, useit, no thiniis is an a bridge expression U'ed for Higgaion, in dicating the sound of tho stringed instru ments, and Selah a vigorous blast of trum pet. A Gffuious Rook. Perhaps the most singular bibliographic curiosity is that whioh belonged to the family of the Prince ' Q Jilgne, ana in l'rancc. I , V . - 11 It is entitled, Liner I 'assionis iNastrt Jesu Ohnstloum cuaracteribus nulla matoria conipositis. This book is neither writon nor printed I Tho whole letters of the text aro cut out of each folio upon tho finest vellum ; and be ing interleaved with bluo paper, it is read j 89 oasy a t "C" print. i'ie labor and t pa'icneo bestowed on 'its completion must uove bcon excessive, especially wlicn tho Poision and minuteness of tho letters aro considered. Tho general execution, inev- ery respect, is indeed admirable, and tho vellum uortbo most delicate and co-tly kind. Rodolphus 1 1 ,of Germany, offered for .ll 1640 11 000 duoat5' wbicU was probably equa. to 00,000 at this day.- I Im incut rmiiai-Icsliln cirnnma'nrin.. onn. Thu most remarkable circums'.anoes con- ; u "' "" 1 u .uae ! " bparJi tllc "ms of EnSaD(1 . ' oanDOt bo traced t0 havo ovor 1,uan ,D t,lis .. . i ; . t. . i. : . t : , .. .. . i . VUUllbl J Tho notoriou" Jim Lino recently said : "I like tho way this war is being carried on now. So far as I am concerned, t lam willing to make ihm wuro permauent ' institution." Thcra is not an ofSoo holde.r mr onn- ' tractor in n.o couutry tout is not willing to do the same tuiup. ; Sr Ir ui.,'. ,vL.lo women aro con- M iu a courtow room iu a sta,ioll.bouso iu Mmuphls. So n paper published at that ldace alleges. tS?- Col. Tbos. B. Scanght has rsotivod. the uuantmous nomination of tho Demo crats of Luisyetlu county for le-clcction to the State LegUlitnrj on honor worthily bvsfijwrd.