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" Otir Constitution Ewarcl It ever Our elorloai Unionhold II dear t Our Starry nagforsako It never I The proud Caucasslan our only peer! EDITf.D BY LKV1 It. TATE, rROrHIETORi BLOOMSBURG ; Saturday Monilng.Aug 12,1005. UtMocrtAiT. n milliiicnt not to bo appalled, corrupt ed or compromised It known no baseness, It cowcrn to nn danger. It oppresses no weakness, rtt-struclivc only of despotism It In thu sole conservator of liberty, labor and property. It ! the sentiment of freedom, of oiual rlthts, of equal obligations the law of nature pcrvadlnf tho law of the land Ali.cn, Democratic County Convention. Notice ii hor4iy hiven that tho Democratic Electors, In and for tho levcral Uoroughi and election Districts, will meet at their respective places of holding tlm Bencral Elections, except In Oon)nsham twp., there they will meet at the I'libllc House o( I'ctcr Mower, on SATURDAY, 'I C "Alt of AUGUST, lSGs, liettvcott tho hour of3nnd7 o'clock I', At,, of said dty, for the purpoa of choosing two Debates from each l)i. trlct, to meet in County Convention nt tho COURT HOUSC in Illoomsbtirg, on MONDAY, TIIC H3TII DAY OP AUGUST, IH6J, nt 1 o'clock, P. M for tho purpose of making the usual annual nominations of the Democratic parly of Colunbla County, li. II. LITTLE, Chairman, JOHN J, STILUS, I tSAIAIf IlOWGU, iiE.vY ntvruuLiTCit John nn, i,, l'BTEIl K. HKIIDINU, JOHN KKUIT, E. O. KlCKErrS, iilias IHIJTKRlfJK, . . Democratic Standing Coiinnittce, r.loomtburg, July ), JSOj, . i 1 The Nob-Mountain Meeting. ' Tho meeting in tho Orangovillo Grovo, is fixed for tho 29lh, 30th ami Jlst of the present month, commoncing on tho after noon ot Tuesday tho 20th; Thoro wilj bo touts, and a regular encampment, with an organization for preserving good order. Ulizcns with their families and returned aoldiors will constitute tho main body of the audience, but visitors and strangers will bo welcome-. Original pociry, ap propriate to tho occasion, will be rccilcd or sung, and tho speeches delivered will cover tho whole field of present political inquiry. Tho place of meeting, (upon tho lands of Mr. John Mcgargsll,) is one of Iho fi nest situations in the county for tho pur pose in view, and there is no reason to doubt that the meeting will bo most pleas ant and Eucoessful. Auditor General. Hon. Paul LKiuy,of Montour county, will be presented by the Democracy of the Noith, before the coming Democratic State Convention, as a candidate for Au ditor General of Pennsylvania. We mo'st oordially endorse tho movement, and taks pleasure in saying, that Mr. Loiily is in every way well qualified for tbo efficient discbarge of the duties pertaining to that responsible office, and msuro our demo cratic friends everywhere, that from his inch character as a citizen. o-miiiVmnn mnl I " 1 a ' sound Democrat, ho would, if nominated, make an available candidate. Wo com mend Mr. L , to the respectful considera tion ol the convention, and fool well assur ed that with such n Btandard-bcarcr, the Democracy would again redeem tho "Key stone of the Foderal Arch." The Case of William Kcsslcr. William Kcsslcr, a poor insane man, of Jackson township,in this county was draf ted; but no notics was over served on him, tho officer whoso duty it was, saying that it was unuecessary, that ho know him to bo insane), and that bo would so return tho factj. Subscquently,William Kesalcr was taken to tho Lunatic Asylum at Harris, burg.where he escaped and by sonio means returned home. Tho notifying officer went into tho ser vico and died. Tho way seemed to bo clear; and thirty-pieces of greenbacks, a prizo uot to bo lightly discarded. Accord ingly ono bitter cold uight in .February last, a Bquad, followed by a military offi cial, arrested tho poor lunatio,hurried hiui from point lo point without giving his friends timo or opportunity to briug tho facts bpfore tho couviming tribunal ; un til finally the poor, rruuNDi,iiss INSANE citizen, found himself incarcerated in Fort Mifflin, under scntenoo of a Court Martial, to confincmont fof TWO YEARS WITH BALL AND CHAIN I Who shall answor at tho groat day, for the unexamplod Buffering this innocent lu natic has endured I We aro gla'd lo add, that upon tho facts being made known to President Johnson, ho immediately ordorcd Kcsslcr's release and diiohargc,:ind to be returned in chargo of a guard to his homo in Jackson town ship. For which to him, thanks. -" - US?" On Wednesday morning last Abi- jah ncss, of Sugarloaf township, in this county, called at our office ; being on his way homo from Fort Mifflin, where ho Las been confined under scntonco of Court Martial for tho last sis mouths, IIo in formed us that Win. Kcuslor, Clirk Vents and Syrus I.arieh, also of this county,had been released. Wo also learn from hitu that at the same time, seventy-fivo others from differ- j cnt part of the btato woro released ; all of them by order of tho President of the United Slates. Wo nro very glad lo greet tho citizens of tho county again; and to know that President Johnson is surely though slowly restoring to liberty all tho victims of Lin. coin and Stanton. Ex-I're' itlrnt lluohanan'ii new woil: is In the hand', of thr printer; 1 ftaf r " Tho Soldiers' Friends. That an clcotlon Is at hand can easily bo scon by tho attempt of the opposition (o court soldier's votes. Not only do tLoy pretend to bo his best fricntU.but cndc.tvor to eioito them against Democrats, Tho Republican party, wo broadly assert, ia IfnnilltliAiti, n ikIm m t .11.. - i 1 m ... not tho soldiers friend. Truo, thoy as- sort they gavo hint tho clcotivo fratichiio, but not to bonefit him, but for tin purpose of turning tho army voles to thoir own purposes by fraudulent moans. By moans of cnormou frauds, gifts of places, sales of furloughs, Ac,, thoy won tho majority of that voto, hut now ho is tinlrainmolcd by military dictation his ballots ncod not pass through tho hands of llcjHiblkdn l'ost Masters mi ho can voto aB his rca- son dictates. In tbo first placo the llcpublicans on- dcavor to debase tho whito soldior by placing him on an equality with tho no- Gro, an admitted inferior. Nay, more than this, many llcpublicans assort tho Negro soldiers to bo belter than tho whito! Again, tho Republicans show their lovo lor tho soldior by heaping abuse on Mich men as McClollan, Sherman, Bucll, and oiucr prominent ucucraH ; ami tno mis- ccgenation sheet of this plnco has mada its most cowardly assaults upon Demo cratic soldiers from this County, t-imply because thoy woro Democrats. Wc hold tho llcpublicans responsible, also, for tho murder of our men nt Salis bury, Andcrsonvillo, Danville, and other Confederate prisons, becauso these mon could all have been exchanged hud not the Administration insisted on tho exchange of a few nngroos Rnt. Wo chargo tho Republican parly with unduly prolonging this war, and eveu uow trying to oxoito another. Thoy aro responsible for first offering men 100 Bounty to sorvo "ono year' or during tho war," and then refusing to pay it on their dicchargo. I'hoy aro the ones, also, who keep ne groes and negro families in "Frccdmcn's Homes" &o., oveu crcoting a Bureau with Gen. Howard at tho head for tho special caro ot thcso Government pets, while wounded soldiers and their families arc turned upou tho oold charities of tho world, and in many cases havo alroady become township charges. The llcpublicans, hccaii3o in power .arc to blame because thoy can at once cash shoddy contractors, but keep the soldior, his widow, or mother, months and yenrs out of their arrearages of pay, and that miserahlo pittanco called iiPcnsion.u i hoy can boast and feto suoh warriors as Burnside, Butler, Dix, aud that ilk, whilo thoy accuse manj' of our bravest and host soldiers of Treason. Soldiers, examine tho record of tho prominent llcpublioans of this couuty,and in what light does it stand? What blood , or money havo they contributed moro than men of Democratic faith ? Wc aro satis fied with your answer as given last No vember, f The Gho3t of Abraham Lincoln. Thero are a class of politicians that would grind the bones of thoir fathers to make their political bread. The Blaok Republicans and War Domoorats struggled With each other which should make the most capital out of tho assassination of Mr. Lincoln. But when the popular ox. citomcutupon tho subject was allayed, they dropped tho curtain pon uthcir apoth eosis of tho dead I'residout, and concen trated their atlontion upon thomanagmont of tho living ono. Wc hear nothing now of the liberal projects of tho Loyal Lea guers to build a Lincoln monument, and the family of tho murdered Prcsidont have heard as little latterly, wo aro assured, of the hundred bousaud dollars that was to ..... I " - - v . v.- - v- v. viov-jiu tuiuuuiuild vtl peoplo's sacred obligation. ' Hut Andrew Johnson's advisers fitill ' uso the memory of his predecessor to hold him in subordination. If any mcajuro is 1 "c uSut a,nong tho loyal supporters of in contemplation that is objoctionablo to tl10 Qvernmcnl,for tho fat offices in Phil Mr. Johnson's Dcmooratio inclinations, olphia, has been settled by tho ro-ap-tho ghost of Abraham Lincoln is conjured pointmcnt of the old incumbents but ono, up, and tho spectral infliionoo invoked to' ' as follows : compel obedionoe. "Mr. Lincoln would) Collector of the Tort Col. William 13. havo donoso and so," and "Suoh was wri Thomas of Philadelphia. j Lincoln's policy," and "Mr. Lincoln ox-', Na?ul Officer Ut. Edward Wallaoo.of nrcsscd himself time nnnn lliia cuMlhI," reading. Undorsuch a system of terrorism, a man ol strongost will might succumb lo tho machinations of his inquisitors. Jly iu- ciatltlr. tlmt ikn C-lnnAr. C AT T : I a 1 ' J-iniuuiu cx- ..,J 1 1 -1 ii r I pected and comaudod it. iIr. Johnson was . 1 it- , , u v.. na0 mduocd to sign tho death warrant of Mrs. ourraii. Wo do not wonder that Lis health hna given way undorsuch a routine of survoil- lance and mental torturo. Let us bono that ho has sufficient vLit L !!! r - j . . , w tho ordeal, and sulTieiGiit onnrnn r tho spoil, and atscrt bis own iudividualitr m. ...... Tho Itepublio needs a livo President- it cannot afford to bo trovorncd at tho J eh w Exeouttvc will m&ko au effort to cs- cape from tho political neioomauocrs who hold him within their charmed circle, for until then ihoro will bo but M, ' r AndrewJohusonin offioo.and thoauhMLc" of aulhoiir.7 will Im wltli n nni,:.i i... w&snotofhis own Bcleotion, and with whom bo has neither sympathy nor con. trol. - - -- iJ JubncE Jiiftioo is liko Nobu- chadnezzr'B tree, fo: flho is eo great that Bho shades not only tho palaeo of the kinr; inn mo nouso oi tho nobles, but Iho inann- rnktfktA 'Iho County Convention. As tho timo is ncur at hand for the" meeting of (his body, wo would urgo upon our friends tho necessity of sendinc cood and reliublo men as Doli'gatcs. Tbo quos - lion should not bo who has the most liuio 1 l - ... . , ,1.. t . . 1 to fqmro, but who is tho host man, and who will test reprcscut tho wiahes of tho people. Tho Convention should look fur- thor than ti c imoro nomination of oandt- dates. Tho pontest wo aro about to ongnge in is all important. To what oxtent shall wo endorso President Johnson 1 What phall bo dono in regard to the continued euspomion of the writ of Habeas Corpus t, of tho continued intorforcnoo by tbo raili- tary with the civil powers ? How oan wo host organize and unito the people against tho pernicious doclrino of Negro suffrage aiui Ncgro Equality. Thcso and kindred questions should ho considered in tho Conventions of tho pooplo,aud wc may ihus inform tho powors thai bo, that these bodies aro not morn machinery in tho hands of designing mon to accomplish porsoncl uims, but that Iho people them. ro acting through their Delegates, aa luat l)loir nwu aro Outlllod to re sncc 4, The Tomato. season for this royal Tho fruit has again arrived, ami wo proposo to "nu prove tho occasion" by tome remarks to our readers. Wu nro indebted for thi.i plant ( f-y-coposicum (SGiiloitiiiii) to South America, tho homo of most of tho spcoica of Sola turn aud allied genera, and it is, next to the potato and Indian corn, tho most val uable: vcgotablo production native to that quarter of the earth. Tho tomato is among the most healthful of fruits ; tho cultiva tion of the plant is simplo, and its pro ductiveness groat. It will grow well in various soils, and is but little Mibjuct to insects or disease, l'csides, when treated fairly its appcarauco in tho garden or field is ornamental. Tho uses of tho fruit aro many. It is stowed, baked, oaten raw, aud used in madu-dishes. It is mado into ketchup and applied as a garnish or dressing. For preservation, it is driud or cannod, pre - pared as a preserve or pickled. And we now read accounts of the manufacture of wine from it, which is said to be fiuo. Tho vaiiety best kuown and that com monly raised, i3 tho Large lied, whi.obJU of greatest fliza and mostly irregular iu form. It is rather sharp to the taUo, be ing moro aciduous than othor sorts; Tho largo Yellow has n mild flavor.and should bo mixed with tho red in cooking. The Cook's Favorilc, is a new sort of fair size and appearanco which wc hear commend ed by some persons, but wc aro unable to fix its character from our own observa tion. Tho Pear-shaped tomato is of mod erate sizo but elegant in form : and tho small Cherry tomato is tho proper kind for pickling. But, in our opinion, tho Frtnco of Tomatoes is tho Fcieo. Tho vino of this variety U readily known from others by a light bluiah shade in the col oring. Tho fruit is of good sizo, gener ally regular in form, and of a dull red color. Its quality is excellent. Its taste is mildor than that of tho largo red with out tho insipidity of tho yellow and the flesh is full and firm without toushncss. The plant in growth may bo supported by a stake, trellis or a frsmo; if allowed to spread upon tho ground straw should be placed under if. This answers as a mulch and keeps tho plant and fruit olean. It is a common error to place the plants too closely. Thoy should havo plenty of .pace, and the ends should bo pinched 'off! cr fruit has fot fully. Shortening in the (moots has tho samt. effect as with m . iu IUU 01'J It not quality and carlincss of tho fruit. -- 1 nE 1 "fsADBLWir Aitointments. Surveyor or Customs Hon. E. lieod Mycr, of Bradford county. PoittnaUcr Cornelius A, Walborn. j The only exception upon tho "slate," : TTnn W, Mill 1 .1.. ii u., luuilTUIU. IUU U, (3. 01 i,i .1 , . , , , . sna w, uag superseded bv Col. n vumnr 1 y U. S. Mar-, p. , r , 0 "? Vor,? rM'' n fPoak-, X! !Iamllu,8 Fn,,i"ct Organs, j L mi . T tra.. - 1 wj guuuiuu nuuiiues irom jjos ton to San Frannicpn. Tl.f Mo.-.c it. B0D lt Haln bavo succeeded in making H Olltinrlill. Cm.ll Inrl. L . 1...I t 8T .-fma ,". 'nstruu'et-from httla , h"7"-k ' T' 10 ' . 0 VV",.C", ,Jl universal opinion of thu musical profes-1 Hl?n TLo' a8reo lhat 110 suou wecliani- r ?ft kind Mf found c1ual ?ffeD n, f.T: ..Iho toD0. l3J ZIZi I prZoatlvo Z'Sf' Thev stand romrh trnvMlinr, 1..1 1 at(1, A now braiioh oi villany was oroa- " will livo in climates that will kill;1.011 b? ,Ilis circumstanoo, and bounty j Amcrioa" "Miiaric. -w- - - rT Goti. v. I . Ulair said in a reconl speech at St. Louis, that Gen. Shorman 1 "has bacu assailed by nobody oscont thoso 1 who aro thu cnemioa of their country." How do tho editors of abolition oraaus 11.. iinr mat "Lot ub got Andrew Johnson." Tho Democracy must givo up paddling in tho shallow current of oxpedtenoy , and tako to tho deep fca of principle, if they 1 would rcorctlb the ascendency of their patty. ''Lot us cot Andrew Johnson : - ! ,. is a loo frcquont expression amoDg Dem ocrats. Wo say lot us get upon a Dorao cratlo platform, without regard to indi viduals, whatover may bo then- mfluonoo or position. Andrew Johnsons namo i n. v...t.i. .fan umy uu ,i lunui ui oiiuutiui uu. ... trinos propounded by Thomas Jefferson overtop that tower, and constitute the real clement of Douiooratio suprcmaoy. Many things that Mr. Johnson has dono, and much that ho has uttered, is acccplablo to tdo party, but bis executive action docs not como up to the standard of Democrat t- Ti !. i l. t.n.l ill priciptca. it, is ituu i ii 11 u nun iu It is truo a very pow that ho i.au to contend with a very powerful organization into whoso meshes he was suddenly thrust bv the accident of his elevation. In view ofhis surroundings and of tho difficult and dclicato naturo of his position, wo can forcivo many errors, but we cannot per- J? ... " .A J' 0.1 I iL. mi. uivui iv ui, n,viiiv mux .... era 1 10 creed . The urst ooject is to sc. euro the confidence and co-operation of tho masses, by the communication of true, .... , I I auu thcrcloro popular, principles; anu afterward there will bo no difficulty in the sclcLtion of a competent loader. A party that depends upou the prestige of a name, or upon tho resources of an official, is neither worthy of Eucctss nor likely to achieve it. Tlmrn Iins lmnn rnnnnl. nf nnliticnl Iranaecudcntalisiu, The v'iguo and shift-, '' a meeting of tho Town council, in ing theories engendered by convulsion.ai.d j which it was proposed to send to the gov tho doctrines loiced upon partisau organ- "umcnt of isUm a sciics of evolutions ization to mcot tho cmcrgencica of civil of sympathy on account of the murder of strife, should now give place lo well do-, l'rcMdent Lincoln (which wi-ro finally fined princijiles, Btiitablc to thu normal paed by a voto of 7 to 0), a warm di.i condition of a republic. The old laud-1 cu'ssion sprang up, and Mr. Councilor marks of the Domocratio party aro now 0lc15rj tllU1 ventilated his opiiiioni upon thu tho only safo guides ol the organization. American clergy. Said .Mr. Clegg : If Andrew Johnson will ro enter the tried ' "It is impo.iiblo ut tho present timo, to aud beaten path that is the approved high-' ,orr;c;t llow lu l,:,9t Kara thu country, and road to Democratic supremacy, wo doubt ! pecially this town, baa had to endure , mi .. . i , i tUc visitations ot American peace e.po.itles, not that tho party will give the standard lu all(1 lt!I1):lc-Peonlo who bavo uueu. into his hands, But ho must follow the party, uot tho party him. tVilh tho half 1 century's experience of the truth and val - , uc of thoir principles, .his is not the time t lorsauc tnem to soiurc tno cnampiou- ship of any living man. II Mr. Johnson has not tho Mrcnglh of will, nor thc'iutcn - sity of purposo, to burst thu trammels of Black Hcpublican discipliue, and to be . , . ,.. ,. . . independent of his SurrouudingS, ho is no fit leader for the party that has ruled tho llcpublic for half a hundred years. Ho can safely rely upon the support of the . ,- , M masses, standing apmcly on a Democrat- lopiatiorm; no cannot reiy upon mo sup- nnrl . nf Mm HUM.- It rniil.lir-nn, nnon ,.i I-- - f v-"""""; '" nlatform. Thero is too much of anti Blaok Republicanism upon his rccoid to , make him acecptablc to them under an) j circumstances. He muBt choose whether ) to fiiuk between two stools or lo sit firmly and opculv unon tho one unou which is inscribed the history of his antecedents. Thoro is no objection to tho Democracy getting Andrew Johnson upon tho Domo cratio platform, but wo Andrew Johnson getting upou a Johuson platform. proto.-t against the Democracy Increase of Ciime. The close of tho war seems to have i"" wuumijr, .i itaiui- val of murdor, robbery aud all the do- grcos of lawlessness aud crime. Murder - crs, thieves and assassins infost our com , luioKu uu usaaaiua tuiuil our cutis- -,. ..i . ., . 1 ul "uiuuu auu uuimrcu iu UDiornueu 10VI1 mun.ties loan extent that threatens to d,s alld vi,lgcs They preaehed the.e doc or ganize society, unless tho machinery of triues ince.i.-antly, uinc latii-uao whieii. J'UStiB hol"h l T" v " . . i , , mist Iniir vnoea null Iial-a hnnn ,..urln in miliar with tho recital of deeds of violeuco and bloodshed : and perhaps Iboy do not of the first born Cabin' amongst till ohiss rcalizc tho appalliug naturo of tho criminal ' es a"1' 's impossible to view their con record that inaugurates the reign of ! , 1 """I"1? dgreo of chanty .eKccpt by t . i -. -i i .i , i believing that Host! b asphoinini' rowdies peace. But when it is ooi.dorxd that tho . in HUrpJcc8 1);ld polico roturns exhibit a statement ol twen- tho God whoso namo they so impiously ty thousand arrests mado within the past ' took in vain !" threo months in New York alone.and when tho public journals, day after duy, recount j the swelling lists of offences against the; pr anil ;.. y r i, i. i,. moral aoSp.,oro has been Uiuted with ' 'wiwiw v W(Uim tUU VUUL1US1UU IUU I lilt! fresh clem rnta of poiaou Various explanations arc offered of this astounding increase of crimo. Some as- Wat U is owing to the disbandmeut of tho great armies of the North and South, abrubtly transferring wild and reckless , chractcrs from the camp to civil life. Many' P i I II 1 . 01 lU0 solulcra ccgaSea tno Into struggle wCro men of respectable antecedents, gen- and industrious members of donio.d that tljtf Inderal ranks were partly mt.J.ltn,1 r.Am .l.n u f. . . .. T C t rccrmteu irom tup rcfujo of foreign popu- latl0DS' md nubo' thousands of ad. cut,roal!f from ihc Old World. Toward tLo oloso of ",0 war l cliicf incentive to ,wtluu' moutjr, and tho oaormous bouDtios Paid tracted tho mercenary ted by this circumstanoo. and honntv I uroKorage anu bounty jumping became a profession that was pursued with consum. brokerage and bounty jumping kcamo a I mate tact and great snocess. Thoso mon uow Cud thoir occupation gone, When thoir trade was livdv thnv nt gains, and became habituated to a oostlv and luxurioua existence. K, i. r,.ii,'0 ..... v'll kefp uj t' riaiiD. M . .i ,1, hazards. Honest labor, ol course, is out " of tho question ; and finding tho fountain f cr prfiots suddenly sealed, thoy do 'not sortiplo to enter other ohannclo of pro. lcssionai ttuavcrv. Thcso mcn,wo tiro confidcnt.aro tho g1"' rotors, the buglars, the reckless ruffians that nro infesting tho neighborhood of our great cities. For tho most part, tho ro turning soldiers, those, wo moan, who enlisted to fight and not to jnmp tho boun- 'tv. aro miictlv rcsuminc tho avocations of' i -i " 1 peaceful life. Thoro is no trouble to bo , apprehended from a soldier that has dono bis tluty in tho field ; but.from tho ekulk- 1 ors, the bounty jumpers aud Iho bounty , brokers, thero is more misohiof to bo pro vided ngaiuit than, perhaps our quiet law- - au.u.ng o.iuems arc aware.. n i iui. cniniiiiiniM ni tinisl in nrntpnlptl ,.. uur commuum .. u 1 'y1, , against these UcepcritUocJ. anu, it t"0; 'ministers of justice nro not equal to tho task, then let tho natural law of sell pro tection pravail. Let it bo understood, , bore, that law and order is to pravail.nnd it will not be difficult to awo tl.n evil dis - ' nosed into ,ood bnhavior. The nnonlo , d 1 1 yu "iusuj uiiuuu iu vu.it, us conau- queuecs of civil strife, without putting up ! wilu tho outrages of gangs of scoundrels ... 1. - . l.-l.l.. I 1 . t . . . 1 1 who tuouuuiy iitivc uccu taugtii to uunrvc, , by their experience thus far, that the civil law in thi.i country has been oanooled. An Englioh Kootonian on the American Clergy. The old towu of Bof(t)i),m Lincolnshire, 's Very "uiiprogresied" nlai-o. lleoeilt- pied our chapels and assembly room?, and got up bazaars and tea diiukingn ami set . ''a" mtlicain t ha town eniljroi.lur ins J,- iJi Jtiyot: thoruuhout all limono nntl LTmIM, , 'uuivcrsal broilierhood,' so that nations 1 should never go to war any more. Naj, wc liad orators even iu our country, evtu j" ou,r loturc, who hUd the doctrine that there could ho no hanpincsi or pros- perity iu KnsUni un., 'm,ril.ail tulions wero introduced ! Thank God wo fc!l!l11 'icaf no more of this in our lime, 1 Wuavf hud &u imporinnt l.sson, and bhall uotvsry soon tnivetit. f Hear, hear 1 Did wo U(ft liml ,ho u J.l uutlerutaiiiling trojo iu iho hrotherhood nf tlm Ainnrin,,, Si,w .1..,. - ... m.ui,v, un.ru iLiy uiiui- tlLS 01 peace ueeatue prc-cm nent tor m- saiiaimiuiooii-mirsiiiicsi .' Their cry wns war lo tho knife ! They incessantly iu- 11 11 111 C ll l tic ul nf lmirili r. nml !i,.ilR,,l J decda which, for wanton ciuelty und win;, 1 ed outrage havo no parallel even in. t lie r000''11 ot mo most barbarous bl'i ; lor during the !:iat tour years the ChrUti anity aud, civilization of which America ouco boasted may be said to have 'fled to , brutish beasts, aud men have lost their reason.' The very atmofphere of America was tainted wilh tbo breaih of utbas-tiia- tion, con.-piracy and cruelty in every form 'and wo need not wonder at t' c result, Their clcigy, landing with the New Test ament in their hands nreached nothinn else. They, like tho devil, eoitld mmm ouripinri', anu lounu a hunuroil text. , which in the nnmo of tho Laid f-aiitciionci! - u,llrter and rapino aad robbery, and the buriiing of dwelling housed over thu lin.uls i r w , , ..f . . . , ' nn rKl!!!0" J',U '.'IV ,0 be rcteti: In.a ofu thHMn- (luonce, as ministers of religion, to calm ....... n i the tamncst of li.ininn nr.inn ,!,;, cl ! ohiect seemed to bo r- lot Inn ru Slate rVcwM fltentn. ,, , ,, 7, . u3lfr.1t!!. dTie leolt larlifr toes ol iranulin and Marshal College. Eleven divorco cases will bo beforo tho Au.ust term of tho Luzerne court. Tho United Stains fri,r.-.ir. pn, sunk by tho Merrimac in Hampton Heads', uas beou raiecd' A fellow was lately was lately captured who o be To ho II, Sura.t ; ta, ko b.r Lat is atill at largo, was supposed it was a mista nUrlm li' ltr,,,,, l.w, l ' I UiarlCS Ji. UroWU, bettor kllOWU as formerly tho property of Ohaufrau. tl1Q actor. -Tho Mifflin County Oil Company composed of ten men, is Lid to have sKk a two hundred barrel oil well on Pit llol e . -Tbollarrlsburgposioflice is kept in ' samo ouiiuing with a tavern, and tho con-1 bo Htationnd ar : ; l . LtlUL'UCU IS r nr. n mi trnpi mil-,! i- tranco free from obstruotiou by loafers. -A- nw train is to bo nlaoed on dm JrS drJS" a"?. J3"0 llail,r.oad about tu Vr . . ""-'"""t", iu tiiu mrcci 10 i0W York from Erie over tho Ca.awimlidl. road, without channo of cars. ' -The Venango Spectator, stys John M. Lane, u member of tho 1 Oth cavalry, wuu iobi a ICC IU iUO Service, was n ,.n.i. didalo for ,i!.i... f .r. . m - primary el lections in that county, and was drfcatfd b, ciilllu 6l,.iie MARRIAGES. In Washington, 1). C, on July 2d, 1RCG, by Hov. Father M'Oarty, Mr. Luvi T, Tatk. Jr.. nf flinnrfinlil no.. Pa., to - J " 1 i Miia LmiE, only daughter of tho lato taVltl lYUnfctlBt! ! , , ' 1 , ,, ., , , Oil tllO 3d, Inst., by tho ltcv. Nathaniel Spear, Mr. James V. Wilson,- to Mies SUSAN Smith, both of Greenwood. UlianOl T A in A tflTTCJ .... im.uurg iuu " -uiy.i ) OIIN UEITZ. ncOU 00 V0ars.'2 months .11111 n dTZ' joars.2 months T1 B0(rtnsburBjOn tUo .lth ,mm 0bIiIA Jane, infant daughter of William and Amelia Hart, aged about fi months. ' . At Mi'tonyiUc on tho 30th of .luly,1805, Uhwj e JU, chiiu otAIbojt'& Alico Drown, - ; , July, Mrs. Er.sA. Dhaice, agotl about HO i . ' ' 7 --- years. It) IShingCrOOli township Uolutnhia CO, - on tho 31st ult., Mrs Ann Hutchinko.v, consort of Thomas J. Hutchinson, Ksq ,in 05' 'car of l'cr "6- l Th'r? GoIumbia county' I 00 tllC 18 Gw,l I"ENUEU- ui.ll, ajreu about 71) yoars. I A , C! n. .,..,..!.! 11.. i, o8l, f , .g((;. f a'j''' 0. flT0 d OiiAni.KS Clinton, ion of Jno. t , r . . t . ' .. : Harriet ijcggot, aged l year u montus J and 23 days. OltOIiiitio, little Cllnlie I Thy volcu Is heard no more, 1'or thou nrt gone in yotith'n uri;h' morn, '1 liy Btny on earth is o'er I Thy ftnrry eyes Invo clojod tor aye, To our pour murtnl l;lit, lilt in the crown wlili ImIi;Ii the Ijinl, Tliuy rparkle pure and hright. Thy 1 it t la slMir loudly calls, llrr I'.tpa's naiiicln i;ico, III. tliougi n nro sail, n Clintic Dear, IIo sighs ui'tl thinks of thee, Tliy iMainina. Imw she she'll tin. 3 thee, A"li'j mill's tin; arint chair AIM in tint twilight cn. an, ,ui Will almost deem thee tlii'iu, One week ago our Ilnm- lnnl milled, Hut God n claimed Hi.- timvt'r; Ami linre, frmii mir frail inrtlily hmiie, To his celestial lloucr I And tlicru .imi'la chosr n laud Our darliun lives lnru)e, Wo shoulil not weep, that thus our (Iml, lias sumiii.iiieil It i in aivay I 'J liesi) swelling tears, th.-y mut be d'lcd, 1'or (iid, had Cliiitittgiven, To IjIossdui near 11.1 r In ails nuhtlj And tlii'ii -to I1I011111 in Heaven. l"la. August '1. I:ui. ewSlDucvliscmcnt 2 .fV Aflmiriistr-i ntnWi 3 Notice . Estate of AJuthim Whitcitighthctl. cttors of Administration on tho estato I Jir Mathias WliiteniL'lit. lam nf llmninplc 1 in, n ship, (.oliiinuin en . ilci eased, nave brcii granted hy tin' llfgislur i.fOuluniljia cu. to tin- utiilerslgni'il nil piTsoiiH Having claims ngani.t the i"tali) nt'tliu decs di nt an- re'iuested to present Ilium In tiiu uinlersi"iied at his oilicu in Illiiuni.-bii r. I'.i.. without ileiai, and all persons induliteil to make piyuiunt Inrlli with . O. I! UKUOK'tAV August i:.16l,j-Crt- 53. Ailiiiiui.iratur. aj-.seif asiau'ijiij M V School will open its next Term of I'leviii Weeks, 011 ,IJ DAY TIIU S-ill OAYof AL'OL's'T. All the li a 11 l li.t -1 of a lilnral Ihif lisli l!,lu latiuii are taught. Vocal . u.n will he a standard 1. 1, Huh. lur thu benefit of til.! wliolu .-'clioiil ' I iilrueiiuiis w ,ii .1 be giv. 11 111 any of II,,, llia,,,i- iui iiraucii'.'s, unu 111 iiisiruiiieuiai uusie. Terms literal. LI i:uliA J. LUSCIIUU. Illuomsburg, Aug. IS, liiij- Inn. Piano Forte for Sale. A Superior Toned Piano Form. Toeta vns Rosewood, Round Corners, sepeulimj mould ings ; llrst (.lass maker, will be sold at a burg.nu tor ca.h il'applwd for tuimt'iliutli-ly. ITJr- The makers gmiruulce tor live yiars fan be seen ni livenj i Home, acoit town, tuoouubur', fa Augul Icli-t. LEATHER ! LEATllLR ! 1 'gHll'i undersigned bey leave to inform E t.ielr friemls anil the piihlir, that they keep on hand ami oiler fir sate ilicap, nt tile .Mailisun Tannery, near twonnles North of Jersevtun u, UuluuibU county, l'a all kinds of fc A 3BG 2 Which they will sell at market prices, orotchanse lor Il.irkauil lliiles. Our Leather is lit.; 1,'old Li piur Tan ned, which will provo must durable and warrant the best warn. Wo will sell by therildo, piecu or 1UU cwt , to .uit purchuscis. , , JACOH A.SWISIICIt & CO. Alaihson Taunwy, ( ... nn Aug. I J. lm:5. pwJl)0. H A 11 I HALT!! HALT! ripiIE fubscriber offers for sale at whole- JL ealo and retail; Halt by the llarrel. Rupert. I'a. Augu-t i. fuj3lB. J "' TVTOTICE is hereby given, that tho fol- JL low Iiil' nrtiilfs of personal nroii'rly. were tuir slia.eil by til" Mibctib"r. at sin-tiir's ti.ili'. r.u s.i'i'iiii. 1 '.'AV '!"5tl1 ".')v AUOUTH, Ifi;.1. is the proner Uounty, u.- tp Columbia TWO HOUSES, ONE MILCH COW, Iwo head ol young cattle, ono Lamb one two-horte Wngtiu and bed, ono Spring Wagon, one Buggy, threo IMowsjOiie harrow, oueCul tivator, 1 tied and box, I set of harness, ono 1 single set and 1 saddle Si bridle, All of which havo been left in clinrse of the raid Thus. U ouver, in have am to hold Hm u, ,i.,,i , pleasure, of which all persons interested willtatto notice. .Montour tw p joiin' niuTrnnicK. Aug, 3, IPfi.1 3iv SJSt). NOTICE. t the matter of the Caltairissa. Land ami Building: Company, o all whom it may couceru : Tako no. eott ' Wm'j rw. 61l"l'le., Inaluli John. Walter of it.,. K.... ,,ri..... 7i"'..,u'' ".'V'"'.' "eiu? cillieiis . feS'' frcnt.Iftr, te r'Oo.VS te'J Jj-rHn, f-i: .tIL? IV" V Vsi'.soV,, ''eow""'l'nf-'atawl6sa, in' said county if Col m vV'tlof i"' tM imrehasini !,V 1-n lot I iiu .uims, uuiiutii nouses or salu u d rent wlilrh , lire llioro fin lv unulrl...! . . . "M "-ui. wtiicn luurument'andSd::'"""!: ,8Vfot,l,a,,'co,',''l'';'l'""' . MWWiSS , Ibo'rte;,- fs4?l?S.' aud cnuilitjoiis.nnd ,miu,.S'...SS """ "J'" una in .''OLnJIAN, Prcihonotary, Pennsylvania Acricultural rTI ciety. Tlm myivmh State Arjrioultural , Drieiy win uoni , Uxhilntlon on 8emni..i.n. tvyiVT8" T ' ' w ILLIAMSPOIIT, Lycomiuir Countv i pl&'i'W ii,V,l"T'"' A' ,m'u ,,AA''iv.S: The olhto of the Kocictv tvin ... v nn.i tin tii.i t,ri..rii. -i-vi, ai i, i iiatns- Jjw.ua.ivin, t, ceismr Register's Notices. jVTO 1'ICE is hereby given to all legated, 11 ercdllori and other persons Ititoresttjil (nlhoe ....... ... ..... ........ mom iiiiiiij, ,, IIIHIIHj ffi'&WtMWX&S! niu ii-pPm,,u iiutuuciii nun minor 8, WIST tru bi, ....... r,upi-inuii iui gimiiiiiiiuiioii ami allow i , ln tho Orplwn'i.'oii,t, to be held lu lllooin.liiirs.ln in,, county ar.iro.ald, on Wtdnoailay.thtf (111 of Hepl. lei? ,'" ' ". -i p.i- . 3 iA'K1,.1! ""L !S' II 1.1. ...I T ... f- 1f.., 11 Ul l,iPrv .it.-. ui.iil u , n ll.lllll. llL'CL'llir,,. i ,nt r.r nfllio Infl U'lll nfSnfiili tl... I, In nfl . i A' iii.il iiuuuuii u ui JLCllCr. J'jXo, t ea t p , licccauil. i i ''u"i ' ..?"i mr m ' IioWll i ruer, liiccuiora ot mc itii tvm ot Uonr.l ru.utorn.aCer. nto or rr.uku,, twp .. uccon.c.t lf iwp.. .tecad. ngXLtlnZS wXA? tot fl F,Mt nml flntl, flC(.01nt of Wffli Rotj in,, ouardinn r AUohani Tiimnn minor chiu c 7 Firtt and Gnal account of Win, llol ulna, Oiianllan or Inane It Tltiiiau, minor child i, ' H . fi Annnnni nf T.iiui Wridittn nnd Alirn ham Ynn, ailm'rs.of I.ttilwij! V011115, due'd. ! 0 First ami final account, of Danic' JJ"'"!' uf m of 10 Account of John V. Bodiuc, adni'r. , ' i;- , ... . , . n accoutit oi .iohu v doiiiiiii, Atitn r .11.... I... .I1...I 1.. iL-l. , 1. f-,.,..,. I nf Titer lliidliKi, wlm tvas LMtardiiiH of llavl l (J hoiu siurdian u iiirnm .i i!.M,i,r. ' U Lu. 1 ,Z" Z V." guarJitin ..r cni I'll I. Il..n.ln. atl in'r lizaheth II ( V ,,uj j. ., aJ,',, UDt 0f ; AU J,1, l Memy ,m imiSnte John Di'- late of Madisuniu deceased. 14 Account of John Evclatid and Pol. Kvi'land, ndni'r'. of 1'cter l'.velainl late of I'icliitigrre towusliipi deceased. lfl Second account of John Applomnn Adm'r, of Haiti a Applcni.il), late of Hemlock lowiuh dcciosi'd. o 10 Account of John ltcinbold, Exccuio of Samuel Weary late of Locust livp., dee'd. 17 First and liual account of Jatne, 5!asU-raiiil lleiijauilu 1' Uattln, Ilu'cttlors of it .,r, liattlii, ilecM. I 18 Account of Win Snyder, Guardian ei of thu perion and i-i-tato of Oliver i'nlnier, minm j thitdorThomas 1'almer, dee'd. 19 Kir.-U and liual account of Ehvoo-1 llusiiei, Kir. nf Charles Slaslcller lato ol Hriitrcrec township, dee'd. I 20 First and dial necotiut orW II Worn. in, Ili'r of Asliel OickersoH, lato bflterwick lloro 1 deceased. I ti I First aud final account of Jao b F i:ans uilm'i, of .Michael Wliitenlght latu of II iuI.k township, dsc'tt. I Acootiut of John Switzer,8urviug Es ccutor ufrreJerick bwitzea, late ofDotry twp, r j 113 Accouut of Saimiel Creasy, gunnl m, of Louisa Oruver, lute I.niiloa 1'rv, iiiluor clnU ., ' 1'eler Try late of Mlllni livp. dee'd. I 24 Account of II W Creasy, Adm r 01 John Muf.lcy, late of Scott twp, dee'd. ii5 Accouut of Mathias Whitrniola, CunriHm i.t'farali I', Kline, it.iuglm.i- of ILiriuuu .uu . of Alt Pleasant twp, 20 Account ol John Stnddon, gu-ir 'i of Samuel, minor chlla of Charles lloivard ol t, , wood. I 27 Account of John Soolt , Guard tan 1 lleury M IIimI.iuiI, niliinr child nf John lloiiL n late of Locust twp. dee'd. I 28 Account of Edward Edwarda, adm't. ! of Augustus I! l'earce, latu of Uriarcri'k twp, ii I 29 First and final aceountol'D.inii'l Kn3 tenbailer Adm'r of Marlhu 1'erry latu of l.ocu.t In deceased. 'M Account of Jacob flnrtman, adm'r of Jacob llartman, late of Columbia co duc.'d 31 First and final account of Fctnr K llerlLiiu Ailin'ruf Henry A! Iloiglnml, lato of l, twp, dei'.l 32 First account of Hubert F. Clul: and Mk'iinel 1' llyerly, i:ifnturs ol' Jacob Lyerly 1 .' of eioitm twp, dec'it. 33 Account of Win C. Fisher, Ouard'ai. of Henry C r5v.a) lute of franklin twp. dee'd. 34 Aeootint ol M alii ti- Wliitenlght, trtia i -iliuti nl' I sitiuli 'Kline, minor child of Hamuli Kli'u ilecasi'd. 35 Account of David D.-mott, Citiortliai of John Kiliheii child oflliury Kit, lieu dee'd 30 Account of John Murray, Es rucr of Jubn .Murray, late iirr,,l nubia cu dur'd. 37 First aciioiint ol Kobeit F. IJi.'ir, I'icriitor of Julm lleali-r, late o l'lslilnEcreek loin ship dee'd. 3d Account of Hubert F. Clark, ad.n'r ofrhlas II fowler, late of.eult livp.de 'd. 39 Account ot Andrew 11. .lticoby.su - Uvlni! Kx.'cut'ir of John Jaeoby, lato of Alt I'li an, township tb'c'd. 40 Fiual account of Soth 15 liowni n and Isaiah llowcr, Adin'rs of Isaiah It.ilil, iutu ol I' wick Horn, det'd. 41 First and final account of .1. II. 11 ler, Uxecutor or Win Try latu of Mir.lin twp , dei ' I 42 Fir t and final account ot Job". Smith, one of tho Uxccutors of Jacob Alilli, lati. o .Madison twp,, dee'd. 43 Account of Leonard B. Iluport. .VI nilnlslrntor of Harah Ann Jackson, latu ol ill touusliip, dee'd 'U Account oi r.n t;rcveiing, of ISeiiJ-imlii P Abbott, minor child of U'n guar . in Abb bcull luwu.liip. JOHN U. rucuzu, R. ,.l A up n ft 5, letio, jti,oOsiisnBiis i'f& 'J0! W :t&ff "'"J rB IiG next term of this Inniiun'on Wl . becin on Vt'lHlNESHAY. Arei'KT n i-i. Tfia replar prries of tuition range from fi .J n per Urm nl'i levcu weeks-, lo bo n.-n.l nt m I, ion- me milium nt tin irrni. Thu iinial extra (haiiges will bo Hindu r.irOi'ima and 1 rem It. mid the various Ornamental Drum-1' It isesireiuely important that ike lttti.il K who fb nltiiml the School should lie present nt tho beginni ol Ihe ti-ini, or us soon nlteras possible, in in . , start ti-gularly with the clasi In all cases tun. win bo iliarecd fin iliu tur.t. tcom, unluss otherui oyspeciJil previous agreoiiicnt. I'li Principal I as had an uxperionce of years m teaihliiK thu Lnngunges and lliger Jlaihematic. a. will as tliu ariuus branches nf a substantial I'm,.. Liliication, and will sparu no .-Hurts to sccuru r. ,.. and thorout'li progress in his pupils. . 1L,. "uv. ii.nixiiun. a. v. Augiisto, IcQj, rriui-niti U.LAD NEVVS I'OU THE UXfOltTHNATI!. USED WITHOUT DETEC1TON. They do not Inlurfuru Willi business pursuits, and ur rpeedy iu uctioti. .wciiANonoF inn is Ni:ocsa-itY. HELL'S SPECIFIC 1'ILLS arc warranted in nil cases, ron Tiii: ai;i:i:i)Y and pliiaianunt rune KiftKua'W S "Ii f. Otsrhar-: tlm llliiii-li nco. - j '':'" are adapted for tnnlo or female, nntl nroil,o only it-liahlu knouB for tli, le liable kiiowii for the cure 'fall 1 old .ir "ni easesnritin; iroi n from YOUTHFUL INDISCRETION. Gli?., ni..ni , 'i"4"8' Oeitorihea. t-'lntlur n, i V,. , i P "" L y un,t complaints iluj , l, ?n, '"i'r lii'l'ef I. oAtionenicd by tak.ni! . tur". ' '' f""" four 10 uuiCB Benerally elf. rt Hold ill boies conininlii- en ..in- i.n.. nr tlv l..i... I' .. .. I'.'ii,, I'llto Vlio Mini.,.. ?1 L S S; " Uot'l" al"- i" 1B hows, con "r lFj S ' "u l,rlcu O'dlars. . .ifl.v.,ll0,,-.,.",ar.i to (leutleii'en om.v. sent fre-- i 11 and bin in it. iml r, ... . ...I.. ofvniir .(.....I . T . ' " Jou cauiioi p.-ocuro lll-ii-' ,; '' V ' 'l0 " imposed on oy any oil prMon 'tf ",u mmy ln u lutKt l" 1" ' f,r.'MJ, nti.l II...... ' ... .' Dr. J. BYRAM,GWultin Pliysicitti' Who Will ,:il .-,, .r '', . t' .' ' .. tn II... . .1 k, ,r t.-lll ... i .. " " " l'll,!"-i' tiliuvu-ili lllltl Ji" will receivotlieni post paid, n'ouroly sealed from servulion, l.y re, urn mail. spi.ouv imuomsTa ci!Nr,iiAi,i,v. DRMABUAIIMIS &(.'()., f.'nv Vobk July 13, litis. Who-emlo Afc-ents. Deafness, Blindness 6c Catarrh, offiW if. .,, ,,y r. j. lMMJ !mii-T', " "'l1 " Lcyitcn, llnll,ii.u ."iv" .ihuhi-i puia reliublo sources in tin-I'l'iy.,,,,! U1,,,,lfv , ,,i accompany oilier Tho m ,Hc,i Ijt-ultv aro invilii.i y llicir idiioiit,a3 lis ha, nu et r i in i I 1 1 Ull L I.VJ ,,,-ri iv. 1UU i n r i j in.til l.r Nuliutin " July .) fin ha, Julv , I 1 '