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" Onf Constitution guard It ever ! Oar glorious Union hold It dear I Onr Starry Flag forsake It navorl Tlit proud Caucasslan our only peer! BLOOMSBURG: Saturday Morning, Oot. 1, 1064. Democratic dominations FOltf PRESIDENT, GEN. GEO. B. McCLELLAN. OF NEW JERSEY. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, HON. GEO. H. PENDLETON, or oiiio. DISTRICT TICKET. FOR CONGRESS, COL.V. E. PIOLLET, OF BRADFORD. FOR ASSEMBLY, WILLIAMSON II. J.VCODV, Or UL00M9BURQ, COUNT! TICKET, FOR SHERIFF, SAMUEL SNYDER, of Mifflin. FOR COMMISSIONER, ALLEN MAKN, of Beaver. FOR AUDITOR. DANIEL SNYDER, of Scott. 1 "" i A CARD. "to whom it may concern." Whereas, my noma was announced in tho Republican papor,of Bloomsburg, last week, as a volunteor candidate for the legislature, I take this occasion to say, that I am not a candidate for that offioo, nor eould I coiiEcnt to disorganize the noblo Democratic party of Columbia or the State, as I firmly believe that upin the electiou of the State and National Tickets McOlellan & Pendleton depend the political salvation of our beloved coun try. DANIEL SNYDER. Espy, Sep't 27, 1804. "Sour Grapes'' for l Thomas Dunn." Tho' Editor of tho Republican, famili nry known as tho "Smut Machine,' at tempted last week, to seduce and destroy our estimable friend and fellow-citizen, Mr. Daniel Snydek, by announcing his name as a volunteor candidate for tho Leg islature. Mr. iSnydeb is a Democrat, an honest man, and an uncompromising sup porter of Gen. McCleelan for tho Pres idency, and is tho last man to aid the1 oanse of Treason and Disunion by affilia-1 ting with the cohorts of Black Republi canism. Let Mr. Dunn and the other enemies of our common -liberties loyal preachers, thieves and vagabonds, seek elsewhere a victim for political sacrifice, ns they have done heretofore, and aban-1 don the hope of prostituting the honored , namo of Daniel Snyder. EST" "We underftand tho announce ment that Daniel Snyder is an independ ent candidate for tho Legislature is well received by a largo portion of the intelli gent members of the Democracy of this district If the Republicans vote for him end we believe they iotend doing so in preference to Jacoby he will most likely be elected. If we must have a Democrat to represent us, let it bo a decent ono a man of eomo character.-Thursday's Smut Machine. Now, don't Tomas." Mr. Snyder has spoiled all your hopes of defeating Ja coby, tho Democratic nominee. Bah! To our Patrons. We earnestly request prompt and advance payments to the "Columbia Democrat." The man who takes our paper, and omits payment, is either inexcusably negligent, or not the printer's friond. Our printing material has run up to noar three prices, and all other articles of living in proportion,henoe the continuance of our business depends upon tho punctuality of our friends and customers. Every dollar tells in these terrible times. Let those who havo not paid for tho last year's subscription, call or send, and do 00, immediately ; and then pay another year (S'2 00) in advance. This is what should be dono, and all who do so, will save 50cti or $1 00 a year, and we sin cerely hopo many of our numerous sub scribers and customers, will promptly comply with their plain duties. Geeat Fall in Dby Goods. At the auction sale of ono of the dry goods houses in Philad'a., the other day,ebawla, pieces of silk, and other imported goods sold at the sameprioa as when gold was at par, whioh is a declino of over one-half. Tho cautious dealers oau now replen ish their stocks at one-half the prioes ru ling thirty days sgo. Our people should sow look out for impositions. JMs-.TLeFT?tb Annual Fair, of the Luzerne County Agricultural Sooictv.will bo hed on tho Wyoming Battlo Ground, on Wednesday tbe otu ot Uotober, and continuing turso days, Mr. Daniel F. Leacock, keeps an excellent IIotel,on the premises, where our friends will bo well Aooomodated. Give him a call, )e& A tremenduous MoOlollan meet ing was held in old Lancaster on the 17th. Tbe country is aljro with eBtbmiaim, Wo liavo a man In Bloomsburg whoso calling t a minister of tho Qospol, his business is electioneering for Abo Lin coln. In his ostensible pastoral visits in stead of inquiring after tho soul's hoalth, his solioitudc is for the body's politics. Hs button holes his Dcmooratio members, tells them that McClcllan is also a war man, as Linooln is an assertion ho knows to be faleo when ho makes it avers that thore is thus no difference for whom you vote, but thinks that Lincoln should bo re elected, for he has not yet had a fairchanco. That ho ought to bo allowod to end the war, that he has just begun to understand the business, ij-o. &o. Electioneering is his constant business as well as his pastime, it is tho eubjcot of his conversation, and if ho aver prays, doubtless of his prayers also. The ob scene jester at Washington is his be&u ideal of a man and a statesman, tho blood of his fallow-citizens tho wine whoreon he grows frantio Ho prostitutes his holy calling to the dirty work of tho Loyal Loaguo Ho uses his official position to operate upon tho minds of the members of his congrega tion, and with well feigned, modesty and hypocritioal piety seeks to accomplish his work. Wo call his attention to an article on our first pagt this wcok, which although moro particularly nircod at the proaching of I'olitics of which bo is also guilty- will nevertheless suggest somo thoughts to him, which ho will do well to ponder. Wo aro on his track we mean to keep there and if ho shall oontinuo to sink tho Preacher in tho Politioian, to make his stated rounds among his people ono grand campaign spcecli; wo shall treat him in tho character ho thus assumes, give his namo to the public, strip bim of tho cloak under which he hides, Ami put a whip In every honest hand, To lash liisSalnt-shlp naked through the land. The Dismissal of Postmaster General Blair. Tho telegraph makes the announcement of tho dismissal of Montgomery Blair as Postmaster-General b; President Lincoln, the reason assigned by the President be ing to relievo him from embarrassment. Retwcon tho Blair and tho Fremont fac tions thero has been, ever sinco Fromont imprisonment not exceeding two years or had command in Missouri, a ''war to the by both of said punishments, knife'' quarrel. This alienated the Path-' Sec. 20. And be it Junker enacted, finder from the support of Lincoln and That the court shall, for reasonable cause, , , . , , . crant a continuanco to cither party for caused him to accept tho nomination for wh lmo aml as oftcn a3 Bha nppe'ar to President by the Cleveland Convention. bo just; Provided, That if the prisonor Wo announce tho declension of Fremont he in oloso confinement, tho trial shall not in his letter of adhesion to Lincoln, and be delayed for a period longer than sixty the summary dismis al af Blair from the a1JS' Cabinet, Was this letter tho considora-1 jtsy Hon. Millard Fillmore, Ex tion in the contract which induced Gener- President of tho United States, olectcd by al Fremont to support Lincoln's rc-elec- tho Whigs when they were yet a party, tion ? It looks very much like it. Mr. Lin- is ol,t in a letter in favor of MeClellnn. coin, in arousing tho wrath of tho Blair Mr. Fillmore has a reputation for hones family, may find this lates ("swap," a bad ty, integrity, ability and devotion to the bargain. . Union and the best interests of tho coun- i " " . T- try, which will insuro him a high place General Fremont's Letter. ,Uo BtatMmcn and p. of our . The Presidential quection '.has been C0UDtry. simplified, but not materially changsd, by Tho old wUgs of tbc ooulltrj Bre once General Fremont's withdrawal from the morc lookirjg t0 tleir eaders in thi, crisis, oanvass. Nominally, though with a very and wLcn tbey gue Millard FiUluorej and bad graoo, the Cleveland candidate re- Rovordy JohnBon,nd KobertO. Winthrop, signs in favor of Mr. Lincoln ; but, in 1 and Goorgo s Hilliard, and Josiah Ran rcality, his withdrawal will scarcely affect dal) aud Washington Hunt, and tho iV the relative positions of tho remaining tioml tegll,cT Dnd lbo Louisville candidates, or if it does, tho advantage Jourmi an(j osts 0f olbcr Bnoient alld will be with the Democratio nominee. il0norcd iea(Jcrs j0ining tbo ranks o( Mo Those who brought General Fremont into nU. ,.., .:ii t,r,:i ,i,i ,i,.,: tho arpna aimed a blow at' Mr. Lincoln, and although it has failed of its full effect, they are aware that it will not bo forgotten or forgiven. It is now too lato for them to return to tho fold with any hopo of wi ping out tho record of thoir apostaoy. The fatted calf will not be killed for thcm,and they will rather cast their fortunes with tanco of useing every honorable effort to McClcllan than seek to patch up a hasty fjol Victor E. Piollet, to repro and hopeless reconciliation with the object sent them iu the next Congress. A more of their deeper hostility. General l-romont relied upon the votes of thoso Black Republicans who are thor - oughly disgusted with Mr. Lincoln, and the fact of tho withdrawal will not render their repugnanco Ies3 intense. No enmity is more bitter than that of on aiicnted friend, and nono is more zealous than a renegade to oppose his formor faith. Many Black Republicans flocked to tho standard of General Fremont becauso they had been rebuffed aud slighted in tho distribu- tion of tho spoils, end their disappointed averico and ambition sought relief in a vindictive opposition. Others were influ enced by conscientious motive, having sufficiently apprcciaied Mr.Lincoln's char actcr to bo convinced that under his Ad ministration the honor and welfaro of tbo country would be sacrificed to tho most unscrupulous ambition and the most ob stinate folly. Tho votes of both olasses will bo givon to tho Ohioago nominees, and the result of General Fremont's abdica tion will be to reoruit tho ranks of Mr. Linooln'a opponents, So far as tbo pros ecution of the war is concerned, tboro has been do antagonism of sentiment between the candidates, Two Planks rnoM McClel- lan'b Platform. Neither confiscation of property, political executions of per sons, territorial organization of States, nor forcible abolition of slavery should be coo. templotcd for a moment. Letter to Presu dent Lincoln, Jul; 2, 1802. In prosecuting this war,all private prop erty and unarmed persons should be strict ly protected, subjeot to the necessity of military operations. Zetttr to the Presi dmtfJulyl, J88?. Tho Fishlngcrcck Arrcats. Wo call attention to the 24th, 2Gth, and 20th sections of the "Aot for enrolling and calling out the National Forces, and for othor purposes," approved March 3d, 1603, by whioh it will bo seen that the parties arrested in this county, upon the last day of August, aro entitled .to havo been delivered over to tho civil authorities immediately upon their arrest, and to bo tried by tho oivil Courts. Thcso men havo now been in prison over thirty days, yet wo havo no information as to when their trial will conic before tho United State's Court. Tho following aro tho sections embodying tho law of Congress, on the subject of Military arrests, and aro appli cable to tho cases in question : Sec. 24. And be it further enacted. That ovcry person not subjoot to tho rules and articles of war who shall procuro or cntico, or attempt to procuro or entice, a soldier in the service of tho United States to desort; or who shall harbor, conceal, or give employment to a deserter, or oarry him away, or aid in oarrying him away, knowing him to bo such ; or who shall purchase from auy soldier his arms, equip ments, animation, uniform, clothing, or any part thereof ; and any captain or commanding officer of any Rliip or vessel, or any superintendent or conductor of auy railroad, or nny otlicr ptiblio conveyance carry'mg away any suoli sajdirr as ono of his crew or otherwise, knowing him to havo deserted, or shall retuso to deliver him up to tho orders of his commanding officor, shall, upon legal conviction, bo fined, at the discretion of nny court baring cognizance of the same, in any buui not exceeding fivo hundred dollnrs, and ho shall bo imprisoned not exceeding two years nor less than six months. Sec. 25. Ami be tt Jttrthtr enacted, That if any person snail resist any draft of men enrolled under this act into the service of the United States, or shall counsel or aid any persan to resist any such draft ; or shall assault or obstruct any officer in making suoh draft, or in tho performance of any service iu relation thereto ; "or shall counsel any person to assault nr obstruct any such officer, or shall eounsel auy drafted men not to 'appear at the place of rendexvous, or wilfully dis suade them from tho performance of mil itary duty as required by law, such per son shall be subject to summary arrest by tho provost marshal, and shall be forthwith dilivercd to the civil authorities, and, upon conviction thereof, bo punished by a fine not exceeding five hundred dollars, or by and prcsonco, and roll on the ball, even equalling tho Democracy in their honest zeal. Our Congressional Nominee. Wo trust tho conservative voters of this Congressional district will sec tho impor- ! worthy man cuu'.d not have been telectod. Jjia extended knowlcdgo of our political 1 bistory will, should ho chosen, enable him to reflect oredit upon tho State and Nation, n0 j3 a ready debater, an able speaker, j and a truo friend of National masures. j We must have men of his mind in our country from the hands of those who seek jita overthrow. Lit us work with a aoal and energy worthy of tho great intorest , iaVolvod, and all will be well. . The Way Kentucky is Governed. From ono singlo number of the Lincoln organ in Kentucky, tho Louisville Press, we select tbo following paragraphs : Jatnos F. Hito was politely requested to go North yestorday, and he went. Mrs. Auodiot and two children were received at the Female Military Prison yesterday. GONE TO MEMPHIS. The following persons have boon stnt to Memphis by order of General Burbridge, with a roquest to tho commandant there to send them through tho lines. Thomas J. Bronston, Milo Baxter, Sqiro lurner, and Wm. Marshal. Lieut. Sago, of tho 112th Illinois In fantry, an able and efficient officer, has tbo prisoners io charge Hurrah for tbe land of the freo and the home of the bravo! where all power over life, liborty and property is concentrated in one man ? This is the kind of government Lincoln wants to cst&bluh in all all tho Statos. Gen. Robert Anderson. The gallant defender of Fort Sumter is out for the he ro of Anlietam, So is Gen. Ilooker, "Fighting Joe," So it goes, Politico-Religious Fauatlolsm. v. i.ma ,n.,i r n,..n 'polltioo-rcligious fanatics, in this county, ... ,rlBl 1B,.nn m1 fmntlnni rn. e b- vines, doserve recistratton in tho 0olum. bia Democrat." Rev, .. Milton Acres, somotimo ago, gars his views of loyally and tho duty of proaohors, through tho Smut Maohino, in which ho most unqualifiedly wished all mcnwhodisngrco with him in political sentiments-ana wiiom no uonouncos as "copporhoads, 'in a hotter placo than bo Jlev. P.P. Eyer, who lately turned a somerset out of tho back-window of tho est garioai oouooi iiouso, in excusing uis ' .. COWarutco, uutonuun jfuiuuurmo, ua nicu i , . . . r. fL TT ., '.;. who resist the Draft." Ho thus slanders his honored Father, who is what ho never 1: i : i . . i . was or will he, a Dcuioorat, a gentleman and a Christian. Shame on such hypocrisy Rev. D. A. Jiccldey, wo aro told, led a political mootiug last Sabbath, in M. E. Church. He thanked God that they had licked tho rebels in Shanandoah Valley, and boastod that tbey would acliievo an equal victory (over tho Democrats ) in next November. This last named indi vidual, it should not bo forgotten, stands upon tho Records of our Quarter Sessions, as a convicted Rioter, What a trio of Preaobors. And what clso could be expected of fools and fanat ics inspicred by ncgrophobia, Oh ! the horrors of "negro-on-tho-brain." The Prospect. Tho signs of the times point unmistaka bly to the coming regeneration of tbe gov ernmont and the ronvoation of liberty. Tho publio(plunder, although vast beyond precedent, is insufficient to satisfy the cravings of tho vampires who suck out tho life-blood ol the nation' Insatiably hungry, they fight over tho spoils, each clamoring for mero, and all proclaiming that tho reward of "loyalli," should bo un limited cxactionsjwrung from a suffering peoplo by increased taxation, more fraud ulent oontracts and more suffcring,wounds and death. Let tho conscription bir en forced, let exactions be increased, let the soldiers bo butohercd all this brings grist to our mill. Ho is a traitor who hesitates to inflict the sacrifice and suffering which will swoll our already enormous fortunes, and expand still further our bloated car cases, full to repletion of the fat ofthe land, at the expetie of starved soldiers and de luded peoplo. Such arc tho sentiments of tho enemies of the Constitution and the country, who present a revolting spcotable of uncrupulous vice and callous indiffer ence to porils aud agonies which they do not share. On the other hand, the great Democrat ic party,unchangeable, independent,united presents n front invulnerable to the enemy, whether Seecssion or Abolition. Abso lutely united, thpy are unconquerable. l'be gates of Hell cannot prevail against them. Rallied around the standard of the Constiution, thoy still hear the voices of the party calling them to defend the last citadel of freedom. Jefferson and Jackson live again in the inspiration of their example, and the wisdom of their teachings. No man doubts that only force and fraud can prevent the sentence of condemnation on the crimes of those who now rulo the country by nbitrary foroe who have cov oredjtho land with mourning and biought impcading universal ruin, Let .no man despair of tho ropublio. Time makes all things even. Time will show that the inherent vitality of truth will triumph over all tho arts and schemes of wicke l men. Practically, this will be demanstrated by the election of McOlellan, who will rcstoro peace to our distracted country, relievo us from tho oppression of enormous taxation, and, abovo all, restore tbe har mony of tho Uoion, the ascendancy ofthe Constitution, the supremacy of law, the rights of the Statos, and the liberties of tho peoplo. If citizens aro bribed or intimidated, if! they havo not the intelligence to poreoivo the evils which surround them, or the mis-1 ery whioh is impending over them, if they j aro regardless of the Constitution and , have lost thoir love cf liborty, Lincoln my bo elected. But if they aro truo to 1 tho traditions of their fathers, thoy will emulate their glorious example. They will purge tho land alike of tyrants and They traitors, and bring bth to just judgement would like to name. A vagrant itinerant that thojr had assembled, ami w th ono oLo,on camlidnta of tho rcbols,or for Geo. preacher, wUhing his fellow-men in Hell ZZttltTL saldtt ITbe ' McOlellan, tho terror of (ho rebels! -thus .-using the livery of Heaven to Wno Ho aid thathoo ,BJ1I , Volo fof servo tne tcvn in, lor tUCir Crimes, i umj--.iiitvory ui cuiummiu iiuiiunui won- Tho only hope is in discarding and do-' tentions Tho Ohioago Convention Bra stroying the vileand vulgar gang imbeciles zi and Brazillian society Demoeraoy vs. and cowards who have.during three years, llopubUcamsra, &c, &o. nearly overturned tho glounous fabrio of . , . ' ,, , , freedom reared by tbo pure patriots of tho 1 Send for it by all means-Three dol Rsvolution and protected bv succeeding lars per year. J, Holmes Agnow, Editor, generations, until lately, when supinenoss, No. 37 Park Bow, Now York, lethargy, and over-confidenco in supposed Increased attractions arc promised for tocunty, combiucc with unfortunate in- Novemucr tcstine divisioos,unabled the enomy to sur prise the sentinels on tho watch tower of &&" Tbo Atlantio Monthly (abolition) liberty, and to usurp tho functions of gov for October ison our table. Paper, typo ernment. Let all honest men unite to arjd gcneral-get up, very fioo. An enter drive these mone-ohangers from the Tern- , r pie. To this end.to restore what has been ,a,n,DS tabIs f contenta, and from the stolen, aud seouro what is in jeopardy.tho Atlantic's point of view strongly written, party of the people has rallied in its an- The Itov. Col, Higginson begins in No cient unity and might under the glourious veniber n sories of papers on his eiperU banner of the heroic McOLELLAN.and will enofls wlth bis nigger regiment. They nnvn tli.t Klnetiinrrrj n 1 nTfAi tinas Utr Vila aa J umnhant election. ' From Atlanta have been removed 440 , families-being 705 adults, 800 children scd 470 lervanti. So uyt Bherram. Gen. John Cochrane. will nni MO w W1I not bo surprised to see Old Abo himself sup- sinrllno- Mnninllnn wlinn Ihr, fill. nfNovOIll- t o . bor comes. Hon. John Coohrono. candidate for VicfPnsident on the Fro-, mont tiokot, msdo a specoh in Chicago on tho 27th ult., In which ho said ! "When wo look at tho great crowd be foro him, ho thought that tho good old democratic U wjr. -SflXnaS1" rKlt of tll0 peopi0 t0 assomblo peaceably nd discuss tho affairs of tho Government ; htiA over nrnved hnr dpvntinn to the oatlSO 0f liberty by shedding her best A Ho oonoludcd by stating that tho Irishmen "n"-n mi"i ' r i 't-n. r 9An nnn r. Mruniinn tm, iiiu uiilv u iu ,uuu iui iuuuiuiiuu, ,. -- , ' , man who, amid bribery, corruption, and MsoUqoA blooA proud) 'abovc (t b11J and preserved tho osoutchcon of his character pure, bright, and untarnished. Our County Ticket. Our District and County Tiekots are nowcompleto and will bo triumphantly elected. Tho enomy, con- soious of their weakness and tho wiokod - noss of thoir cause, tlaro not oiler opposi- tion. Wo aro sorry for this, as wo not on - IV intend clcotinff every man on tbo Dam- ocratio Ticket, but could beat the Aboli tionist by on unprecedented majority. Democrats, call at this office, and get tho Tiokels for your respective Election Dis tticts. w w flgy Dryden's Fables, a most beautiful pocket edition, for sale cheap, by Col. Frcezo ; who has also many curious new aud socond baud books, for ealo at very low prices. Somo at cost, and somo at a still lower figuro. iiuiii viuitct oyuvicf uuiiuu uiulcu Senator from Kentucky, an old whig, heretofore acting with tho republican par ty, go.ug .or iucuicuan. ue is an aoio ? r ht"ii-ii tt am, e.ocjueiu. man, anu is uoing yeoman service. Our Book Table. Mmb. Demohest's Illustrated Monthly Mirror of Fashion, for Soptembor, is upon our Table. It contains thi latost Parrisian Fashions, elegant engravings on colored plates, and a choice assort ment of polito literature. Every Lady should patronizo Mmo. Demorest's fasbionablo Magazine. 25 cents per copy, or S3 00 a year. TlIE Puinter. for Scntcmbor. has benn received. This is a quarto work of eight ' raore lh tho w,bole MPon B?' , , . . 1 , ., ernmont from tho Declaration of Iude- sheets, sixteen pages, and forty-eight pPndence to March 4, l0t. - Can wo :if columnsjhandsomcly covered and neatly 1 ford such a President for four yew moro ? printed. It is chiefly devoted to Qm 1 -??ii-u.---. interests of printing and printers the exposition of tho "art preservative ol all arts." John Gleason & Co., publish ers, New York, at 81 50 per annum. The Lady's Friend, for October, win j l0st offices in the western section of Lu hero last wcok. "Peep," a beautifully zcrne county, and tho northern portions of executed stool engraving of a mother Columbia county, have been flooded with and her little girl, introduces this num- j Electioneering Documents, t tbo amount bcr of the Lady's Friend. Tho double , of wheelbarrow loads, all directed to B steel Fashion Plate is rich and elegant B. Emry, ono of the hirelings of Mr. Abra Then follow the numerous engravings, illustrating the now mode? for ladies and ohildren. By Peterson iVDeacon, Philadelphia, at 82 50 per yoar. Gouey's Ladies' Book is hero for Octo ber. It is tho standard American Mag azine of polite literature. Ladies every where appreciate its character and im portance. L. A. Godey, proprielor, Philadelphia, 3 50 per annum. The Ladies' Kepository, published by the M. E. Churoh, in Cincinnati, Ohio, is before us for Octobor. It has always been a favorite in our family, rankiug ing high in the literary annals, and is a sample Religious Magazino. Terms, 2 50 in advanco per annum. Ballou'b Dollar Monthlt Magazine of Boston, for October, is on our desk. It Is a secular publication, containing, much useful reading and many engra vings. We always pcruso Uallou with interest aud edification Price, 15 cts, per copy, or 81 50 per year. Peterson's Ladies' National Maga zine, looms up in good time and order, for October. Colored plates, rich eugra vings, and choice literary production'', graoo its pleasant pages. No lady should be without this parlor ornamont. Prioo, 2 00 a year. Cgy The American Monthly (Demo cratioi with a rioh list of articles, is on our taQ for Ootober. It has "Haboas "PUS ' oancludcd-several capital po- Wl11 Joubtltss bo entortaining, and strong. i u pnue o. iuu juiumiio is so po onr dollars hereafter , of which subscribers mi ! f ,i.. ill..,!.... i. i. will take notice, Address, Ttckuor & Fields, Boston, The Christian (?) Advocate and Jour. nal, Methodist, nnnounocs Us intention to dovoto its columns to party politics for the HOXt IWO months j and SOUlO" of its profan- ... l. ,t. . 1 r w "i . ug u.u . . denomination Hero last Hunuay wo 1 trust somo of them will read tho article in ... ..... II I ...!.-! t lU0 Jmorat mis wook, - Against prcnoc ng politics." How high abovo suoh mon aro tho real followers ol Him whoso king ,d0" U "'Jti Loyal mon cf tho North I for whom I w!ii vou voto for Abraham Lincoln, tho T.Snnntn ! Whrtli.Fi we look ni his tiomi nation in tht light oj pma or of tear, we . ,r r ,,co ,0 McClcllan." ,. iii,m,i 7?,;rr c, . it it, -the llichmontl inquirer says: uc i - Clcllan is by far the more dangerous can didatefor tw." Paymasters are being sont to the arm ies to pay off a portion of the back indeb- tcdnees of tho Govommont to the poor sol- diers, somo of whom havo boon unpaid for eight and ton months, in order that 1 the soldiers inav cdt in a cood humor to the soldiers may gdt In a good humor to voto for Old Abe, After that it is hard ' to say whon thoy will sea tho light of a navmastur's countenance. r j Montour County. The Opposition in Montour county havo nominatod a whole county ticket as follows : For Commissioner Daniel Morgan, of tho Borough of Danville. For Treasurer Charles Fenstonnaohor, of Valley township. For Auditor 'ian Murray, of Lib- rrfv lownshin. cny lowuinip. lor unroncr John I'atton, ot uanvuic. An abolition meeting was held in jjancastor uty a lew mgnts ago, which was addressed by two ministers of the Gospel C?) As wo said a few weeks ago, the Philadelphia Loyal League is perform- ... . . . , ing its labors. Uo in, gentlo Samuos, Howl , tor blood. t&- Brown' Bronohial Troches Clear ' wll owo for J'car8 doI"S uot,'ing and give strength to tho voice of Singers, !aPPcal t() ihoso men, and thoir sense of and aro indispensable to Public Speaders. "I havo never changed my mind res pecting them from tho first, exeoptingto think yet better of that which I began thinking well of." Rev. IT. W. Beecher. CSS Mr. Linno'n has managed during the three years ho has been in office to swell tho p.iblio debt of the United States to about seven hundred million dollars C4EfcfltESlMWMEiSCfl5. For Ihe "Columbia Dumocrat." Col. L. I,. Tate For the last ten or twelvo davs, the ham Lincoln, and how much further, the country is flooded by this kind of trash, is unknown to the public in general. Theso documents consists in part of a Hi ographical sketch of Andrew Johnson, to gether with his speech nt Nashvillo and another headed Georgo LI. Pendleton, the copperhead candidate for Vice President, (beautiful languago for Christians and gentlemen,) &c. &c and now within a few days Mr. Einry has appeared himself, probably to make a judicious distribution of those valuable documents, and perhaps too, of collecting the tax of Two Dollars from each Postmaster for tho purpose of defraying clcciioneering oxponscs. This Hovercnd B, B Emry is the same fellow who camo up from Washington one year ago, to cant an illegal and fraudulent vote against Judgo Woodward. In tho first plaoe his father, Wm. Emry made unsuc cessful trials to tho assessors of several districts in Luzerne connty to have him assessed, his residenoe being at I Fashing ton. But just ton days before the gener al election, ho oamo up, stopped with his father iu Fishingoreek two or tbreo days, then proceeded to Wyoming county, but' was suro to return by the second Tuesday in October, and thero claimed tho right to vote, on a ten day's resideuce, which was objeolod to bymany,but his vote was final ly taken by a good natured Domooratic board. Ho no doubt, will try to play tho same game at Ihe approaohini; election. . ,. f . , , , 'i ,,w v..b,uu wujr uuum ui uiuuiiuu irotu being again so imposed upon. Under Gen eral Jackson's Administration, clerks that went into tho States to interfere in their elections wore promptly dimiised, butun' lni- il,o i.l.,.:i.. w. ,u. fimmi iwui-uuu uuiiiiiilbtraiiou, thoy are encouraged, and paid about fivo dollars per day. This follow does not wear a sootoh-oap and plaid-cloak, but a very nigh crowned fur hat, and a suit of black clothes, and the words oamo out of his ' mouth as smooth as oil, and asporsuasivo ' as if bis very existence dependod upon the re-election of Mr, Lincoln, I do not want to compare him to th) President's dog, but we think it would bo very appro-1 prjate to. consider Inrn as ono of Fornoy'e Pups. Vox Populi, national ijepraiiatirm. unnniia,i nr., i ... . . R . .. p """"7 . n f' f f r?S "V ' the particulars of an enthusiastto' D.-mo- (ratio Mass Meeting, in that City, which was addressed by two gentlemen, In tan. port of McOlellan.wlio havo boon!!! J.i Republicans, and conoluded with the fol lowing itom of our National Pcg-od .loi7 "Tho President's urounds are st 11 ii.' scones of negro pic-uios, a flno jot of hc,. ant young negro women aro theio. Th havo swings, and Old Abo goes out nnj swings them. Thrso scones remind ona of Abraham of old, who called dron homo lo his bosom 5 and It follow tbot Abraham of a later dntit should p0 and do likewise. Headers tho uMto is ,,,, fiction. I havo coen it with my own ovcl and I can tell you it Is no pleasing (.jJ for a woundod soldier. Hoping tit 1. 1 ' may hear, if the uows doos not ieno:i inn on the fiold ol battle, that Luzerne county guvo McOlolhn a handsome majority, Yours, &0., Union. RECEIPTS FOR SEPTEM13EP, TO THE COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT. 10; Tho following payments hnvo been mji'j to tho Columbia Democrat officc,durii. , month of September, 18(M ; r.H.n Unwell, s) no Ilntillmon'6 Cirrui, & 00 Henry Karnnnlil, 50 i:Uta Chriit. Muflly,2 00 S.iiniii'l Doner. 'J 00 Hon. Oco.l', Btil, p ,,1 J0I111 M. Pommy, ' , 7 L, & U. U, It. Co., S neo. P. nirharili, J , Jonn Jos.on. ji'.Vc'r'trr iu ou ?.?.Vi"c' 'J"1!;!!'' i,',' so.epli 13, Prodorle, a , John Alt, Woorcc Moor?, ii ij .Mrs. Mnry llamllong, "i I rntn Kitchen, ii ?, ;.Vriirrtl.. ' Henry Hycr, , ,,,, L'uvlil U. AII.crti.on, M oi llavlil Pliillim, fi -s llnif.Ji.hn .McltoynuliliJ m r.3tatelliinol VYuUu, 3 tio (H'nrgu Oinuii, v oj P.'imui'l I'ntk, i I,, W111.J Krninar, s rjliislluitlcrlck, jo, On en I!. I'.yerly, b 0) Hutaio 8. AlcMlclncl 3li t'ol. Neal .McCoy, 3 Jj Hainiicl titctler, 1 i,j Win, 1' Crevcill !i J'j John llonry, I t) Julian llurlzcl, H 01 Henry A. Miliar, s J) llunry WiiBiipr, a m Win. AlcMlclniel. i 1,1 '1 hayer & Noyci, 1') 01 'I'll omn 3 llrynn, I2i?., I 45 Wesley llolilren, 5 uj Annuel W, Oirton, 1 w) AJam Keller, U 00 Lcniiaril Kline, 5) Wheeler c Wilson, 2 00 ft""6' 'J"!'.1' . fitui'.ia tii.itiii uii Jncnli Lunger, .'0 t .i ..11 1 I'. II. Ilrnrktvnv 0 Oil Jniiie K.iiniMi6r,Ei.a en , Hanri . Hutchison, ou A AKtld 1 lnnc linpHibiic!', srooi 3 00 1 u 10 4 Oil 11 00 7 50 :i 00 f 50 '.' U'J U itf (i no H (10 s 00 4 O'l Ttt' i",1',?"!!! ui. j "iiflojj!' Jacb Mmiic'r, ')'a,HV'1'-.''i;nycock, liun'Tii'uwi j.'j'.'uii'uccrail;' 10 00 Hon. J.N.Uoiiyngh.nn,4 OO Hubert n.iuni,i:g.i., 500 h. Vnu i.uon, r,, s 00 Joel Irish. Ils'i.. '1 (!. A. Knynolil., Ciq.,10 110 Jj1"' "j" a oo 4 00 , ,,,-y. W(J a,itlU)Wi1.(l1,u. with lil)(,ra, pavmPn.B for ti10 ,n0Dlh of 8optoIn. bor vV1)i,0 our .friun(a ; tllig v,0nit are doirjg woll, in tho way of payin up tUcir iudobtcdnrss to this office, it is to bo i resetted that manv distant subscribe. Jusllc r U0Desy carnca ana JU1, dues. We want our money. Bo thoughtful, friends, and as wc have dealt generously with you, in roturn, treat us justly. Sand tho amount promptly by mail, at our riek, and it will be carefully reecipUd. We wait in hope. In ninonitlitiri!. hy Kcv. J. II Dimm, on the '.'ith iiiBt., .Mr. (Ilokue (iiKMcu ami .Mini CiruoRlst Dti.R, all T llazktuii, Lucerne county, 1'u DEATHS. In Klnpston, Tuesilay iiior:iiii(T, H.'pt. STtli, Wa. t"Ti.iND, Esq., ngeJ T5 years, 3 mouths i,nj dn)- In lllnoiinliiir?, on tho 111) innt., I.illv L Pmitii, ilanjliter of Solomon Sinllli, ngvi 1 ycir, 10 rnsntln, anil 21 flays. In llloointlmrg, on Jiilur.Iay wornlnj Inst, .Mr. Wm. Sloan, ajji'il T2 years. 10 mouth, arul til ilj, r. In this place, on the SCth In.t., ,Jr, vV.m. IIcoiui accn nbout 34 yearn. At Espy, on the 4th Inst., Ann,, twin ilmightsr rf Haiiiuel A and .Martha M. Wornian, ucuil IU momhi a ml il days, lu l.'cntrn ltvi on tho 21th of Aujujt, We IIidLai ujed 01 jenrs. PUMPKIN I and p ru rnrn, Ciller. Annlei: Cnrti r-nrks f)nl. pruuues generally, nanted at tins oiliee, on October 1 lc04. li.onsr. von fjiiarSi, A GOOD-aiZED MA HE, suitahlo for IK 1'ariii, Hussy, limit, nr Uatiahnr;, will do solJ cheap, on application to thi Uilitorof the lieruorrat. tllouinsburg, Oct. 1, lr-nl. BUFFALO KOBKS 01' EVERY SIZE anil QUALITY, KEPI CONSTANT ly on haiut.nnd will be cold cheaper than the chcapn'. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, by the uiiileriipncil, at his Trunk, fur ami Valii! establifhincnt, No. 403, BlJrkr-t Street. I'liilnlrlphia. , TI10S. V. WATTii'Lt. October 1, lfC4.-3m VUBMAG SALE of Valuable Town Property. rrMIE undersigned offers his private residence at pub X lie sale. It Is situatud in a pleasant r"" "f HI0011" burg, the county scat of Columbia, has a commodious BHIOK DWELLING HOUSE, well finished, and tho lot contains all the. nccenat) improvements. The sale will take plnco on Saturday, October 22d, ISC1. nt 1 n.clock P. ,M. There is a good variety of Prulton thejireniisis. Possession given on the tirt of April L Also, nt the snina time I will off r TWO VAU UAIII.E OUT L'lTri, for sale tl.lia HICKS lllooimburg, Oct, I, IJils, 3t AD M INISTR ATO H'S NOTICE Estate of Silas McMichnel, dcu'd. LETTEIIS nf administration nn Ihe Estate of Slls Me.Michncl late of llriarcrrek twp. Col. co., dtt'd. have been granted hy the Iteglsler ofi,'i)liiuibiarototb undersigned i all persons having claim, against the is ,he undersignc.!, residing in said township, without delay, and all persons IndobtLii io mako parinerf late ot tini acceuent are reouested to present Ihenila "" b'ep.SI, lPM.-flw 6J oo. ' ADMINISTHATOll'S NQ I'lCE. Estate of Itusscl White, dcl. I T AEnSof administration on the Ettatool Itmstl ivniic, lato or Centrs twn., Columbia rn dec u : fhV!..bdn..5.,ftW 1 JT AililsS''''." "'."iSW wPWhU5,,l; snU pe'"0"" ""lebt!d ,0 PAMrrn. vpa-iiatvii. AHm'r. flap. SI, I6C1-0W S3 (JO DIl.O- WEOWEUTII, riiyslclnn froni Oermany .hir ing located permanently al Morilnnvllle, foluw bia county. Pa., respectfully liit'unns thu nubile gcr ally, 'hat lie Is prepared to siuntiflcslly und succcm' fully, all ecscs of ACUTE and JDOI.QHICS KtsSMASXJI?, With promptness and m moderato terms and will guarauleo general satisfaction, O. WEQWBRTH, 8epH 51, ISJ4.-y. F. 0. HARRISON ,M. D. nOIILD respectfully Inform thocltUrns-.f Dloon's VV JHlSriS?9'M,t''1 ''1 .' uf,"uTrTuii