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VOL 2 NO. 40.
BLOOMSBURG, PA., FRIDAY, OCT. 34 1868.
STOVES AND TINWAUK.
. ... hi mi;t., dwdcrln kluM't tlnivnie, Mnln
' . .iti. ntiil Hmvui'. ltlllicrt
t ?! ;lM,,inI.. .71-st of Market, vl-nll
i.um( tfiltnr. Mnln nt.. 2d
.mtMir iv u-iinlrmileiiiulrrtnUitrnl'
I " - - . .1.1.... in Hurl 1111111 "R 1)1111(111111. iMlllll
ll-. I'll I. .'I 11 1 " t -- -
DRUGS, OlIKMICALS, AC.
..,.tii .ifmrctut nml n tint horary. 1
til,'u& MnTii lit. VM.W
11 I', I.UTZ, illUKWSi nun "I"""
f, liini'l:, Mill" t v!it of MnrkH
,t nti.l nnrilherarv. Hubert
"7rtlvnr denier In rlnek, wulrhoM nml
n r..H.V AWU V , bnl w Anierleun
U. jewelry, " VMill
J 1 llll "v.
....,i,,t, ,it..i r1iM 1: maker. Mnrktt
,7U IlltoW.V, limit iiiiilnlinpinakcr.MnliiKjrri-l
I1 ' '...,. f'.mrl. limine. V I I I S
TkoT I.i:i)i:it,lnnnur.iotiir-r niiililraliTliilBHil,
iTfNHV KM:iM7ninimriirtlir;T iiml ilciiler In
luti Main st.
ti Will HHTZ, Ixxit nml BlioctnnliiT, Mnln St.,
D Mo" llMtiiiairt stole, west ofM.irket street.
I It. HVANH, M. II. Kuriiiim nil
J ililo .Mnln t.. below .Mnrkcl.
mul i'liyslcliin south
nn 11 FKlnneysiirci'imilentM,li'ctliextriiet
I)"i without imtn. -Main -t; """"V IM";
riTI'KP.I.VY. M. li. snrKenn niut iiliynlrliin
J "nrtl. sl'io Mnln t.. l.elow MnrUet. vl-nll
TT. HlTnT.lt, ' I'- wiriswin nl"1 ,,h'""'f '".Vl
J Market St.. iitiovo Mnln. ','
nil II. C. IlOWKIt, surgeon ilentlst, Main Hi..
Dnhovceoiirl house. Z-'JJ
l 11. ltOIIIHON, Allorm'.v-nt-l-nw.Ollli'o lliirl
,1, innu'B liullillni;, -Main Wtlict.
iYit H 1- UHALl'ANI', Ili'nIliI.'Main Sit., Iie
1) low Market. Next Hour to Jlr. Kviuih l S-27
MILLINERY & FANCY GOODS.
IIAUKI.KY, liilllluer, Uiimsey
;oml, notions, books,
tj liosite Kplseoj
mllllnerv nml fancy kimmIh on-
lnltp'i:iilacoinl church, Main t. vl-nll
tilt. .II1I.IA A.
ft HA1IB IIAUKI.KY, Indies
ill rlonksnint ilress pattern.),
Main anil west Kt.
MIKHM. IinitlllCKSOX, millinery mnl fancy
BihiiIh Malni,t.,oiipollo Court Honso. vl-nH
i Its. M. nri'UltMAN, milliner. Main St., below
Jl 1 lorlnmn'H storu, est of Mnlki tm. M.n
flilli: MISHI-a IIA11MAN millinery anil fancy
I Kooils.Main mriit Jum below American house.
UOTKLS AND SALOONS.
JI.lIACOCK.oyiiternnil eatlnij tialnon, Atuerl
can House, Main ht., Ilaltr.er (.eaeock si rln
urlll.MYi:!! .V JACOIIY, mtn-tloliry, bakery,
II anil nvster Kaloou, wliole.ale anil retail, Kx
elmliKO bl'iH'lt, Main t. vl-nll
IOXA Vi:ilH, confectionery, bakeiy, anil oya
1 ter wilonn, i IioIcmiIu anil letall, MalhKt., Jusl
below Iron. W-nl.l
liXUIIANOH HOTi:i by Knoll, & Clark, Main
list., opposite court house. vl-nll
T.Mr.ltlCAN lIDUMi:, by John I.i:aiock, Main
A st., west of Iron slu et, vl-nll
I1 Main st,
by (1, MAl'ill:lt, east enil of
II HTCHIN'KIt, relresdinent saloon, Main si., Jusl
1), above i out t house, vl-nll
KOONrf A CI.AltK, lefreshmcnt saloon, Kx.
chaiiKo holel, vl-nll
lir II. (HI.I.MOIli:, refreshment saloon, Hhlvn's
11 block south slilo Main st. vblilJ
li JAroiM, I'ontt'i'ttoin'ry
li tl.,nbovo Court UimHi1,
.Mil I li
Q If. Mil, I, nil, dealer In itry omUt ttnworLi',
n .lUfi'iiswuif, Hour, ult, MHH 4, uutum, ttf,
Lxt'hntiKo hliH'k, Main streut, vlnlt
M'KIUA'Y XKAlt & Cn,, tUiiIciH In ilrypKHN
unu-tTlcH. Hour. IrciL fciilt. iNh. lrmi. iwIN
I'll',, nortlieust forner Main ami ti uric el ht. vl-nlt
HC. KOWKH, ImtHanrt vni, hoots ami tdioe..
Mutual., alitiBttmit House, vl-nti
C1 C, M.A11U, try timmIk niul notions, Houthwewt
, eonu-r Mnln and Iroiihts. vl-n 1 1
r J. ltltOWKU. ilrvuoiKls. liliH't rli'S. etf.. north-
tl , n'CKl ennur Main ami lion tU, vl-nlt
T)i:V,A.IIAItTMAN, Ardent, dry k'(l, notions
U ami uriK'erU'j, Mulu hi.,iiwUt) Corud'H Knr
mtuiii Uooiiih, vl-ni.?
IT II. HUNHIlLKOKU.OenML'rneerleH.tohne
li. eo, mm ronie uonaiy, .nam m
OA, IIIX'KMIV, Kt'yMoiint.lnM)htor,lHiokia!l
. htatioiierv. houtliMCHt corner MurUt-t ami
Main hU, vlnlt
TTTTII.UAM i:UASMUM, miifevtluiierlcM, Main
w ht., near the ralhoad. vlnl.
T.I MKSJKsTlAr.I,.L'fiiTiil htock of niiTehan
Jj. dlsnand lumber, comer uT Main utrtetnml
llerwlik load. Vl-llll
I" J. KOHltlNH, dealer In dry ood Kieerlet
( ouivo uioi'K , j i inn hi ( in'imv inni
T 1C. OlltTON. (IroecrleH A 1'iovMoim. houlh
I (ut corner Main and Jion htrteth, vl-nll
n W.hNYDKIl, haidwaie
j, in ui ii hi,, neiow iron.
1 J.hLOAN, dealer In chnltu dry kikhIm, llouse.
A kpf ninifizooiiK. tri'hh'L'ioiericH. t-le.. t ie. Mali
tt oniioHlle court uouk', v-lnlt
:,ioeerliH and genenil ineichamlhe
aboe w it,
J, hhoett, tto'.. Uupeit block, Main fct., wtt nl
O TUAIKU A A. li. llAYiTTTlUsT, Dealt rKln
O, (linrcrli'H, Cnnrietlonerles and Notion,
hi'ottown. foufh hide, two dooiK ahoe Diuhhl'H
wationmaker hhop, v',,-nlfc'.
Ci)Hi:i,L. nirnltur nionm, threu htnry
hrlelc on Main ht., vint of Market ht, vl-nll
I.' it, l 1 1 till ! 1 yJ t mill l'ni'V), nmiwm '"i'i
!i, and llMureH, Hupeit Moi t Jlaln ht. vl-nl.i
1 T ltOSlINHTOCK. i.holoi'iiiiiher. Kxrhnmrn
11, block, Mnln toppohlio i ourttipuse, vl-nU
I 1 HllOADT. ohotouraiihir. 1 tai tliin iim build-
J luunoilheaHtfornei Main ami MuiI(tbt,lnU
l,i .1. 1(I0IKMAN, AkhiI Miiiihon'Hopper Ti'
li oitiar i.iKiiiuwiif ai'iii
r II, rUHSi:iJ4, taddie, trunk nmf liumrKN
tJ nmker, Main m ueliv couit, lioube; vi-iHii
FOHTKlt. Ulutt MaUr. and Willi and inne
Tan ner, Hotiowu, vl-u7
BUIOMMllUHtl MIMHi:U CO., mamifacturori.
ami dealem In Luiuber, of all kind, planlnn
mill luwthtt rnll-ruad. vl-nlit
U J. 1UPIXMAN, haddlpnnd linrnehM maker!
il . near Hinithutht coiner Mulu and Murktlht.
comer Main and Market ht.
UltIN(lI.i:it, dealer In ptftnoH.oryan and
nfloileouti.ut CI. V.roiplrnfurilltUUt lontim
rn JI.MAHTlfllH, upent lor nroverA llaker'
1 , nenlnti maetdiiH, Main hi,, llarlnian'h build-
l V. lU)llllINK,liiurtr dealer nccoud door from
Ut noruiut-si corner aiaiu nun iron mm.
nr PKA('Of!K. Notarv l'ubllc. nor t heat. t criie
V Mulnaml Market Ht. vl-nl'l
r' UN A.rUNHTON, iniitunl and ciuth raleit Hie
tl luMiruucucompany.tiortheatitcoriier Mulu and
Went Bt. vl-nll
riKOlUlP. HAHHKHT. inanuraelurcr and renal:
l cr of thuhlmr machlneit. Hainnlu St Cu'hMii
chine, hhop, i:ut lllooiiuburu, vln I '
IH, KIMINi dealer In meat tallow, eteM
berllu'N ulley, butk of American liouhe,
OAMUKIi JACOIIY. M"urll and llrou
JACOIIY, Muri-I4 and ItrounHlout-
O Work", K-ant lIUMunvbuif ,lterw1ckroad
, Uur near railroad. CastlUHsniadoat short
It. (, A. MK(J AlUlKtj, nliyxlrlnn and nurircon.
AinuiKi.,neM.U(K)rtouootrH noiei. vi-ni7
1-M. Kverett, cor, nfMaluand rinet,vliu;
WAN ItOTT.Ij, theumier house by John Hny
I der, Main nt above Pine. Vlnl7
K.KLOAN, dealer In dry kimM,
lumber and Kenernt Merclmndlse
fir.OUfll'. I.AATirH.riaddlPand harncHs maker
U Main nl.. iibovo thoHwnn Hotel. Vlul7
r II. HMITI!
liiauvif.ielurer of tin waio ami
M , denier In Movcn elc
.Main St., above 'he
A II. W, (.OI.i:MAN, Merchant tailor and
(JonL's fiirnltdiinir troodn. Mnln St.. next door
lo thu brick hotel. Vl-ulT
MH. HAYIIUUHT, Clocks, Watehea nndduns
, repaired. (Junnand YVntehes lorttale, Main
.., neictw 1'ine. vi-ni7
AMI 11. 1IAHMAN, Cabinet Maker, nml Ifn".
dertaker. Main ISt below l'lne. vNnl?
ICIIAKIiC. Ki:LI.i:u,Confeitlonery, Oihieta
Ac. iU'.,on rinoHt., between Main and Mill.
I H.AC. Ki:i.CHNi:it, lllacknmlth8,ou Mill
1, Hliect, near l'lne. vlul7
Ml, MAM IHXO.N'U. Shoemakerand nmnurac-
Hirer of llrlck, Mill Ht., weat nf l'lne Vlnl'J
1LIAH HNYIiKIt, Flour anil Orltt
V l-ll 17
J ueaier ill Krmu, -Mill nircei.
l'Al'IM II. HrllltVI.r.ll. Iron fiiuniler.Machln-
jist.niul Mnliufaeliilerof plows, Mill Kt.vl-nl"
II.KS A. WILLIAMS A Co'i'nnnersauil Mull-
itr.ii'turciK or leather, .llll Mtreel, vi-ni,
OI1N KKLLI'.It, Hoot ami Mioi inaker, l'lne
st reet, opposllu thu Acnilemy V1-HI7
1 II. IlKllIlINtlft llltOTIIKH.Cnrpcntersnnil
A. Uullilers, Main Mtrect, below Tine. VI-IH7
AMl'KI, SHAItl'LlHt, Maker of IhcIIayhurst
tlltllll t'raille. MalnHt. M'115.
Ill, IIAHMAN, sailille nml hnrnes, maker
, orunijc vlllc, opposllo Kramu church, vlull
nroiirktor. soutli-enst corner Main anil Seeonil
II. (.'ItKASY, dry (iooiIh, cioeerles, and Ren
cral MetchandlHe, Main Htreet. v-nl2
II. ltl.VAItll, dealer In stove, and tln-wnre.
M, II. AIII1KTT, attorney at luw.Maln Htreel.
lI.lir.UT A KLINK, drVKoods, urocerles, and
Kimcral merchandise, Main htleet, v2-nU
KKILKlt, billiard saloon, oysters, and lee
, cicaiu In season Main Htreet. v2-nl
1'. I1ALI.MAS, Merchant Tailor, Hecnnd Kt.,
. llobblns' llulldlnii. v.'-nls.
It. J. K. H01I1IINH, Hurgcou and lMiyslelan,
Hecolid Kt bolow Main. V-'-nH.
11. KISTLKH,"CattawlsalIouse,"North West
Comer Mnln and Hecoud Htrects. v-'-nls.
1 M. 11HOIHT, dealer In General Merchandise,
Jl . Dry Uuods, Groceries 4o. v2-ns,
LIGHT STKEET D1KECT0UY.
)r.Ti:it KNT, dealer In dry goods.
uour, irwi, mm, ni-n, inm
nails, etc., Light
v ln 15,
OSKpll VAIn:it lllackmnith,
I I'. OMAN A Co, Wheelwrights,
1 abou Heliool house.
1W. iZ. KMNDi millinery and fancy ioodt.
v, HANKliY. iltaier in
etc. Cash paid for Hide
haler In Leather, Hides, Hark,
7M. M. I INT, dealer In Mown and tin ware In
till Km branciicH, vi-mo
boots ami hhoch,
manuf.uluier and dealer in
J. LKIHIIU, M. 1). HuiKCon and rh-lelan.
omce at Keller'H Holt 1. V2-UJ
;SPY hTMAM 1'TUimiNtl M1M-S, 0. H. Fowler.
) V, UlMdHAltl), A NltO., dealers in dry Koods.
), Kiocerles, and Keneral i:ierchandlse, vlJnll
ii r r.iiUM'r.r. ili.nlt-r In drv (roods, irrocer-
les.muenswart', huulwaie, llsh.Ralt, nulls.
W, IMKlAlt.Husriuehanual'lanlUK Mill and
llox Manufactory. vl-nll
1 MIItKW JIA1IISUN, dealer 111 dry roous, Bro
il cries, itralu, luinher etc., .Jerseyiown. l-nlO
Al'Oll A. KWI.HIir.lt, dealer 111 Hides, Leather
Hark etc, Madison township Columbia county
nAI'r.HAMOIU. IlIMDY, Madison Hotel, Hro-
vi-rs mid htlanitcra enieriaincii. .-ni
(l.AW, H. HIIOKMAKFH, dealers In ilry
L'ooils. urocerleN and ueneiat luerchandNe.
irht hi on In souih end of town. VL'-nlH,
ACOII A WM. HAHltlH.itealerH In dry goods,
L'loeerleK.diUL's and medicines. Flint htorelu
noithendof town. --nl
HOTELS AND SALOONS.
JtljUU.MMiUllU, LUI.U.MIIIA t'A.
Tho undeislifiied havlmr in ir chased this well-
known ami emit ally-located house, the Kxchange
Hotel, hltliulu on .MA I.N HI 111. 1.1 . Ill IlloonihuUI U
Imnudlately onpohlte the Columbia county Court
liouse, rehpecuuiiv iniorm ineir iiienuH aim uie
uioiio in Kcuciai una vii?ii iiuno ii now in tuiu-i
or thu ic cent ton ami entertainment of travellers
u ho inav be dUpoNetl to favor It with their cus
tom. '1 hev hat u snared no exneiihO in nrenarlrm
I he Kxchaime for theenleilainment oft heir gm-his
ueltlKT hhall theru be anything wanting on their
an in minister u tneir peisouai comiort. i ney
n ess location,
omnibuses inn at all times between the Fx
louhH is suae (us. ami enjoys an exceueni uusi
change Hotel lit id the various i all road denots. by
which tia ellers will bopleasantly coneedlo
and from the ri'speetlvo htatlous In dun time to
met t the cars,
KOONH A CliAltK.
(li:0ltai; W. MAUOFU, Pioprletor.
The abn"e m-1I. known hotel has recently limit r-
gone i ad (-atehnnges In lis lutemal arianKemeiits,
ami tlm traelltiig pubilo that hW accomodations
for thecomlort of his guests are second to none In
Hie country, ills lame win always uo nmnu sup-
uieii, noi niiiy wiiii hiiiisiaiiiiiu iou'i, on i wiiuuu
ho dellisu'ltsot Hie heasou. His wines and 11
iniors (except that popular beveroito known a
''Ai'yA.wVl.puiehaseddlrect from the Imjiortlng
Iiouses.aro entirely pure, ami iree irnui an poi
kouoiudrugs. Ho Is thankful for a liberal iatron
agelii thu pabt,aud will eoutlnuo toibv,erve It lu
theiuiurc, ui.uute. n, ji.iuui.h. ;
TIlK rioiirieioi- or i no i.xcuauyerauHiu lias uow
inl hand a large- stock of
iritfcll UYblElM, HAIltllNIJt, TIUI'K, 1101.1". NAB
ilirUI'luNllt'K, 1IOII.KII E(l(lU,HWI'nzl-.UI'III.KSF.'
J.AOICH IJKIOlt, Al.K, AO.
J- COMi: OSK, CO.Mi: AU. AND MK1!.
I.AWHON (JAI.SI AN,
Ulooiiuburif, May 3, Istrr.
1 10 kbT' yiT()t7': l,
IJsl'V, COI,UMUIA COUNTY, PA,
Tiik subscriber rcjiectTully liifornnihls friends
and the luibllo, that fit hn. Wilieu tho abou well
known llou, of lliiVrit.luinent, and utll be
nleascd lo l.itttTC- tho cti.tom uf nil who will
favor him nn u oil,
IIP, W1M. Kl'.KP A (10011 TAHU:,
i liar Hi ll stocked with Uu bc.t of I.louom, und
vcry inmt will be mule to lender jnllre satis
faction, (', II, 1IIKTTKH1CJI,
()HAN(li;VII.I.i:, COI.I'MIIIA COUNTY, PA,
i:iivaiiii r.vr.nr.TT, piiopuiktou,
lUvlug t&kin posi'Mi(Ui uf Ihlb wulkiifwn
ul IIAll ANH l.J
Ki.niio-1 1 HniL the Pro
nrnuuient reilrand furnUht
id HAll ANH l.AHlUat with the hole ht liquors
.! in itu.n
and itewwil dltiw-lM. Ills il! ! "i,lf
I In tho dinty t Mid no rtii will be n N ip
A JDomocmtic Nowt4p..por
IS rilHUSHFI) KVKHY ClttDA Y 3IOUNINO AT
in.OOMSlll UC, PKNN'A.
Till' principles of Milspnper aro of the Jelfei son
Ian Hchool of polltlcH, Thnto principles will nevff
be compromised, yet courtesy and ktmlhtH bhal
not bo rorgollcn In dlscnsslnn them, u helher v 1th
Individuals, or with conteiuporarlea of the l'ren
The unity, lmppluess,nnd pronperlly of the coun
try Is our aim and object; and an the moans to
Heeure that, wchhall labor honehtlynudearneKtly
for the harmony, HiiccehM and nrow thof our oiKnu
Izatlou, TKHJisoKhUiisciitrriON: Two dollar n ear
If paid In advance. If not paid In advance two
dollars and fifty cents s 111 be lnarlably charged.
Tekmm oKAnvKitTisiSdt Onehfitiare(ttnllueH
or Iehs)oiio or three lnseitlons 1,JV each nubhe
iiuent Insertion fiu renin.
One square..-. i
Two hquores Il.id)
Three hruiaren , 5,H0
Four squarew li.iK)
Hair column 10,00
One column , li.ffU
0,1-0 1 1,00
Kxccutor'aatul Administrator's Notice $3,00; Au
ditor's Notice 52,50. Other luHertlsements lnser
led according tonpeclat contract,
Business notices, without ndverllsement, twenty
cents per line.
Transient adcrtlM'inentn payable in advance?
all otheis duo after tho llitd lusertltm,
4" It Is, In all cfMP, more likely to be hat Is fac
tory, lioth to subscribers and to the Publishers,
that remlttaiuesand all communications lespeet
lng the business of the paper, bo suit direct to the
offlceof publication. All letters, whether relating
lo the editorial or business concern, of the paper,
and all payments for subscriptions, advertising,
or Jobbing, are to be made to and addressed
IJUOCKWAY A Fltr.KZl.
Printed at Hnblson's HaUdlngM, near the Court
O. SI. VAMIKUSl.lt'IC.
p n I N L' 1 N o
Neatly e.xecutisl at tills Oilier.
yj Jl. I.'VKI.l.K,
A T TO II X I. Y-A T -1, A W,
Ashland, tschuylklll County, renn'a.
A T T O It N 1! Y A T-1. A W.
lienilik, t'olumhla County, rehn'a.
"yni.lilAM II. AMJOTT,
A TTO U KIM - AT - I. A V
Q W, MILIiKIt,
A I i n u - i-; 1 A 1 I. A IV ,
Olllce Willi K. II. I.lllle. In bilrk bulldlnu' ail-
Jolnlnir Tost Olllce. 4-llouutles, ll.u l:-l'av and
Pensions collected. Isei'tri,7,
JOHN (1. FltKHZK,
vttohjm: Y-AT-I. A w,
Olllce 111 Itelster and Itecoi-iler. oiV.im, In the
basement ol the Court House, Illoomsbuiit, 1'n.
JOIJKltT T. CI.AltK,
a tt o it rs i; v-a i -1, a w
Oltlcu corner ol Main and .Maikel stii-its, over
First Xtillonal Hank, tlloouisburit, l'a.
II. I. ITT I, K,
A TTO It N li Y-A T-I. A W,
Olllce on Malnslleel.lu bllek bulldllu below the
Court House, HloomshlllK, Pa.
ATTOHNMY AT I, A W,
Cm' Ukhi'K-Court Hons Allv. belnw the fv,.
Ittuibitin Olllce, Munr17,
C T I O N K K It.
Havhnr followed the niofesslon of Publle Vcmlno
Crier for many years, would Infoini his friends
that he Is M 111 In the Held, ready ami Milling to
attend to all the duties of Ids calling. Person.
tieiring nih services should call or write lo him
at Hlooinsburg, Pa, marS'07.
W. II. imADLKY,
(Ijito Assistant Medical Director il. M. Army,)
P II Y H I C I A N A N I) H V U (1 K O N ,
Zhronicont the house opposite Hldve's Illock,
Calls promptly attended to both ulglit and day,
Hloomnbu-g, Jan. Is, lKilT.
HAHN1HS, HADDI.K, ANh Tlll'NK
and dialer lu
CAHITr-HAGH, VAUHEH, FI.Y-NK1H,
lIUFFAl.O KUlltK, llOUSK-lll.ANKKl'S ,U'
which ho fee In contUlent ho can hell at lower
rato than any other person lu tlm country. Fx
ainlne lor yourselch,
hlu p Hut door below Hie Post Office Main
Htreet, Hlootiuburtf, Pa.
Nov, 15, 1H7.
FAH II I ON A H UK
SIIAVUNO, IIAIII CUTTING
I 0er Wldma er & Jacoby's In
Hall llvelnu and Whl.kerti colorisl black or
blown. Hair Tonic to destiny dalldl ill! and beau
llli'l,,,, tlm linlr, will rhlf,r.. l.nlr In l,u ii-I-Iii-I
color wlliiout sotting tiiu tlliest fabric, coiisuiully
nn iiuiiu. iapri.j,
I) X 'I' I H T Jt Y
II, L. IIOWFH, DFNTIHT,
Itehpectfully olfcis his profesMlonnl sc-ivlccs to
the null s and Kvntlemen of Hloomsbuiir and vl-
dully, lie Is prepared to utteud to all the vari
ous operation in ine une oi n is profession, nnd
Ih provided with the latest lmproed Pohcklain
Ti i-TH which will be Inserted on gold ptatlug,
hlUernnd rubber bnu to look as well as the nat
ural Utth, 'IV th extrmlfd by nil tho new und
most appiowd metlKHts, and all operations on
the teeih caiefullyaud piopeily attended to,
lies lil emu and Dllhe a lew dtairs abovu the
Com t House, same hide.
H looms burs, Jan.:u,'tMlf
pOWDKIt K KOH AND 1AIMHKU.
W. M. MONHOK CO.,
and dealers In all kinds or
give notice that Ihey ate jircpari d to aecmnodal
their custom with dUpstch, and on the cheapest
u o ii n h u v n o, v a,
Tho mideutviiitd would respectfully lnfurm
th traUUig puhllo thut ho has puRhaieU mid
i till I t-d In lite bett timiiner iho oldstund (onncr
ly tavupUd by W. A. Kline, und Ihst lie ,i iw
prepart'dtouttommndutohlN n lends wlthuU the
eomlorts nnd con venlenet sofa first-class lunue,
A line new burn hus been built und tho sin rutin.
dIhS phu td Hi peif.)ct order The bar Will .
guis. and the tublo fninlshfil with Die best lh0
DUMOCHATIC CA.MTAION SO MO.
AlH-'Mffcf htnff .vVhc,"
IVimk tally round the nation's flatf,
And catch the people's song,
King forth our party battle-try,
lu chorus loud and long
TorHeymour, Hlalr and Victory ,"
Tin borne upon the air,
And heard In echoes loud and long,
"1'or Hrymour and for Hlalr t"
Clttitt'M ForSfymnur, lllatr and Victory, Ac,
Wo inert and fight n mtKhly host,
A host of erery liur,
Hut Truth and Itlght will nerve uson,
Ami bear us lraely through,
For Heyinour on the forum, boys,
And Iltalr on many ft Held;
Hae met and vanquished stronger foes
To those they'll never yield.
Choiil's For Heymour, Hlalr and Victory, Ac
Our tlag floats proudly on tho breeze,
Hm motto wareson high
'TtlK CoNHTITPTIOK ANH Till! I(AT,
IIV T1IMK WK MVK ANbDIKt"
Our Heymour nndour Hlalr, my bojs,
Will yield tUat banner never;
Tlx Ir stalwart arms v, 111 bear It tip
Till hand ami heart shall sever.
Cnnitrs For Heymour, Hlalr niul Victory, Ac.
The rall lug cry Is heard nfar,
New Fugland's granite hills
The Western plains, e'en the poor South
1 he air with chorus lilts,
"For Heymour and foi Hlalr," my bojs,
We hear tho song now ring
Democracy's two noble sons
(Ireot victory will bring.
Choiu'm For Heymour, Hlalr and Vlclory, Ac.
Then shout for Heymour and for Hlalr,
Hend out the rallying cry
"The Constitution as it was,"
Ily that we live or diet
No whlto man's right shall shackled bo,
Hy negro power supreme.
We'll crush such heresy to earth,
And spoil tho despot's di earn I
Cnoitr.s ForHej mour, Hlalr and Victory, Ac.
llarkl hear Iheeagleas hesueeps
Through yonder aruro sky,
Hcteam out, In tones of Victory,
"For Se mour and for Hlalr," my bojs,
Now let It till the air
Cut h np the echo and u peat,
"For Heymour and for Hlalr!"
Ciionrs For He mour, Hlalr and Vl tory, Ac.
a .stohv or tiii: dkskht.
Oi.i Hadkm, who was tho Slii'iU or
Ciller of tho Amb trllio I'licnmiieil In uu
Oa.sU of tho Desert, lintl it dtiughter
who" lmiuo win Otuulii ; bIio whs mj
lienutirtil thnt slio was huriiniiied tho
.Star of tho luist. She nlwuys appeared
velletl, nml ported for it Port In tho
,iniaj;iimtioii of tho poor Araby. Her
father idolized her, and sho loved her
fttliLT above all tlilnH, after Allah.
Tho old Sheik lind often been asked by
tho hiiih of tho Sheiks of tho most vali
ant and richest tribes for tho hand of
his thuinhtor, hut ho had as often re
fused, for how could ho mako up his
mind to' part with Ills beloved Ouaihi'.'
It was sho who made lilm happy In his
old days, it was sho who prepared his
houka and helped hint to .sorgo and
other eordlal.s, which Impart renewed
.strength and vIp;or to old nge. On his
return from a journey In the Desert,
nml under tho biiriiinp; sun, It was
OuaUa who wiped tho dust from his foot
and preimrcflfllorefreshlng b.th. When,
at tho clostfflftlio day, ho sat in front of
his tent.onlilsl'crNlau carpet, with his
I oks crossed under him, enjoyinir tho
ovenlno; breeze, his beloved Omnia
either rend to lit in from Uio Hook of
WNdom, or delighted liiin by the
.strains of her melodious voice. In ono
word, Ouada was tho pritlo nml happi
ness of her old father, nnd tho children
of tlio tribe had exhausted nil thelltfiircss
of their rich and imaged language to ex
press their admiration of her.
Ono day a deep gloom, settles down
on all tho tents of tho Oasis. Tho old
men, women mid children nrohceu run
ning about with anxious looks nnd
tears In their eyes, and ono would have
asked If miiiio pestllcnco wasnol declni
inntlng thotribo; if tho waters of tho
cistern had not been dried up by tho
dog-days ; or else, If tho Simoon hd
not destroyed tho htirvests. Hut thero
is no pestilence ravaging the tribe, tho
dog-days ha vo not dried up the waters
of tho cistern, and tho harvests lmvo
not been destroyed by tho Simoon.
Whence conies tho mourning of tho
tribe'.' Alas! tho llower that adorned
it Is drooping and going to dio! Tho
heiiutlful mid gentle Ouada Is attacked
hy a mortal malady. One remedy alono
can hivo her j the physician which tho
unhappy father sent for as far as tho
great city of Cairo, said. "Unless you
can have for your daughter Mmioof tho
pomegranates which grow In Said, at
Kiirnnc, nenrtho ruins of undent Tho
lies, sho will die to-morrow."
A cry of surprise and stupor roso from
the weeping crowd which surrounded
tho venerable chief, for It would bo Just
as po-slblo for a mini to fly through
space to tho stars, ns to go over twice in
one day, tho distance which seperntes
thotribo from the ruins of l.uxor that
tllstanco being ono hundred and swenty
"Allan! Alinli !" crieti tno old man,
tearing bis turban from his head, throw
ing, in depnlr, his yatagan nt his feet ;
"cursed bo the day that I wns born ! 0 1
must. my daughter die? O! my friends,
mvo my daughter! who among you
has tho fastest horso or tho swiftest
camel" Let him spied over tho ono
hundred mid twenty miles of desert,
mid In gratitude I will glvo him nil ho
tisks,niy leather purso with nil my gold,
my good I)anin"cus blade!"
A mournful silence is his only uns
wer j every face, with cnus'or;iatlon de
pleted uiioti It, seems to say that such a
short tlnin by any mail, let him be
mounted on tho fastest horso or the
swiftest camel. v
"Ah!" adds tho old inaisotiblug, "I
will glvo nil my horses, or, If ho pre
fers all my camels. If ho wishes it, I
will glvo him my most precious trens
lire, my tlaughtej 1 If ho brings mo pom
egranates which nro to euro her."
Haying theno words.Old Hadeni sprang
to tho bedside of hi dying daughter,
nml taking her haml,show3 It to his peo
nle. wlio are all moved to tears.
A cry pierced th? crowd. "I shnllgo!"
and n youth suddenly nppcurs before
tho Sheik, panting for breath, mid with
his face pido with emotion, It wns
Ifihmncl,n child ofthc tribe and Ounda's
'1! Allah.Shclk! If 1 dlo on the way,
my camel will bring back the pome
granulosus fur as tho doornfyourtent."
Ho had hardly spoken than he wns
nlrendygone. Ho yenetratcs Into the
solitary desert wlicro ilnrknes.s nnd Hi
lenco dwell. Tho camel dashes over tho
sand ns n ship over the waves,
"Fly I" cries tho youth to him, with
oppressed heart and with his eyes rais
ed townrds Heaven. "Allah! co mo to
my nld !"
How long nnd painful wns tho night
to tho chllil who wns coursing in tho
Desert, as well us to tho father who
was watching at tho bedside of his
"That generous child will be n victim
of his devotion ; ho will dlo of fatigue
or if a tiger dovour lilm?" thus thought
the old man.
"When shall I arrive'.'" cried Ishmael
"every minute takes mo farther nwny
from her, and every mlnuto brings her
nearer to the grave !"
He presses something to his heart It
Is a llttletccnt bag, given to lilm by
Ouada as n token of her tender affection
for him. Ho is but a poor herd driver,
Ishmael, but he is ns courageous as a
lion mid as gentle as a new bom
lamb. He Is especially devoted to the
Chief of his tribe. Ah ! what would ho
notdotosavo the daughter of thcShelk.
Ho left his poor mother, who Is sleep
ing now, but will bo In depatr to-morrow,
when she opens her eyes nnd sees
liim no longer. Hut then Ouada per
haps will have closed her eyes forever I
"Fly! fly ! fly! my faithful compan
ion," cries Ishmaol, to his camel. "You
will perhaps fall dead with fatigue, but
I must raeriflce you as I Bacriflco my
self, for tho daughter of the father of
I Tho shadows vanish ; n reddish light
appears in the horizxm ; It Is day. Tho
; Indofatlgable camel in Ills flight scarce
ly touches the sand With his feet. Inh
ume! ispantlngforhis breath persplra
, tlon rolls down his face In torrents. IIU
1 eyes are eagerly flxedon a whitish line,
' which are the rnlusof Karnac;he has
gone over the one hundred anil twenty
mill's! He seeks, finds and culls thu
poiiiegrantos so ardently desired. In
his Joy ho speaks to them its If they
were able to understand him: "O!"
says he to them, "you will ctiroOtinda ; J
you will restore her to life! ntnl tho
Shell; will live!"
Scarcely does be take time to quench
tils thirst at a neighboring spring shad
ed with palm trees. Ho caresses with
gratitude his faithful camel, and seems
to ay to him, with tearful eyes: "You
are stronger, more enduring than 1 am.
Perhaps 1 will perish in going over
agald theono hundred and twenty miles
of desert wasfe.whlch sejiarat'rmo from
Ouada. My dear companion, if I die,'
on tho way, follow yourcourso wJLi tho'
rapidity of lightning. I havo flrnilv,
attached to your hack the leather bag,
which contains tho precious pome
granates. If you feel yourself dying
also, struggle with death as far ns tlio
threshold of tho tent of mv lather
As tr the animal had understood his
mute prayer, ho looks at Iishiiiuel with
that expression of obedience nnd fiilth-i
fulness peculiar to tie domestic ani
mals. He stoops, wjth his knees bent1
under him, ami, rising on the sand, in'
order Unit IMiuiocl may mount him
again, tiles back through tho ucseit
with the switness of an arrow chiiTlng
i no nay nrignions; tne dew lias re
freshed Ihoplatitd and trees of tho Oasis,
but the Star of tho tribe Is growing pule
and dim. Tho old Sheik, In despair,
goes continually from tho threshold of
his tent to his daughter's bed where
her life is slowly ebbing out, nnd from
his daughter's bedside to tho thrwho'd
of his tent again, to cast an eager look
over the vast expaitso of thotlMort. "Is
it not Islnniiel coming, that lilnck spot
detaching itself from tho light-colored
sand where it seems to blend with tho
hluo sky V Alas! no, It Is an ostrich
pursuing lis solitary way. That cloud
of dust yonder, is It nut raised by tho
step of a camel '.' Alas ! alas ! no, tt is n
gazelle crossing tho desert!" Thus near
ly tho whole day is passed In painful
deceptions, "Allah! Allah! I am old;
may tho Angel of Death lake mo In
stead of my tUiigliter!"
There is no moro Impel Tho doctor
hns Just said that ouuda is going to die.
Tho whole tribe surrounds tho tent of
tho Sheik, Tho sun Is setting, tho day
Is drawing fowardsnelo.se, Ib Ouadn
dead'.' No, Hut what Is that tumult
breaking In upon t Ik gloomy silence of
As If he was precipitated from the
cloud-, so rntpld in his course, a camel
cleaves the crowd , a man Isseen on bis
back covered wltft dust, with perspira
tion, iiikI completely exhausted with
fatigue. "It Is Ishuiael!" That Joyful
cry is repeated by every month. It
niues old Sadem from the stupor of his
irtli'f. The voiini' man draifs himself
to tho feet of his Sheik mid to the bed-
side of his dyflig Ouada; sho herself
had started when sho heard tho cries of
Tho doctor opened tliibag In which
w ere contained the proelous pomegrana
tes, ho pressed tho Juleo from them,
which tin carefully coUeMod, nnd mois
tened Ida patient's llpith it. l.lttle
by lltllo.os tho water returns hi ndrled
up spring, a curroubof life rises to the
palo cheeks qOftuiul.i ; her eyes becatno
brighter and slid lias strength enough
now to take a deep draught of the heal
"YourJlaughter Is saved 1" cries tho
doctor to' old Sadem.
They now bebtow overy cart) upon
tho generous Islimadl. They carry lilm
outsldo of tho tent, mid tho cool brent h
of tho evening breexe, with tho restora
tives they glvo him, soon revives his
"Let all tho trlbo come together 1 My
daughter is saved I 1 will keep my
promise!" Tio old Sholk spokq with'
hopo and happiness,
Shouts of Joy uro hoard on all sides.
The trlbo Is lu tho utmost gleo, nml ono
would have thought that nil army had
encamped around the ten! where Ouada,
)ho Star of the Kast, had arisen from
tho shadows of Denth.
Flags wave In the air, weapons are
brandished ns n sign of rejoicing. The
faithful camel Is paraded in triumph
and honored by the strains of martial
Inhume!, who was overcmnu bv sleep
Isnwnkcnedhy this extraordinary noise,
and starting up, stammers: "Is tho
enemy nt tho gates of the camp? Must
I prepare to go nnd meet lilm ?"
"No, but proparo to meet my daugh
tor," nnd a father's nrms ure extended
to lilm. "Come, let me press thee to
my heart, thou the savior of my daugh
ter; come, let mo embrace, theo as my
child ! Hy Allah ! thou slialt bo tho
husband of my daughter 1"
The old Sheik's declaration Is welcom
ed by enthusiastic cheers. Tne young
man rustics into tho arms of tho vene
rable Hndcm,nnd tears of gratitude How
from his eyes.
This patriarchal scene was lighted by
the last rnys of tho setting sun, which
wns salting in a cloud of purple and
gold in tho distant horlr.on of tho Des-
Tho Maine Election.
,8 tho eyes of tho whole country
have been turned to Maine, the election
in that Stuto being regarded ns nfTord-
Ing In Home degree an indication of pub
lic sentiment, it is important to know
which of tho two great parties lias tho
better reason to bo satisfied with tho re
sult. Tho itadicals have fired their
cannon os though the causo for rejoice-
lng wcro theirs. Do tho figures war
rant such conduct on their part'.' A few
returns of elections In Maine will show
that they do not. Tho returns so far, if
correct, show the following vote:
Total voto ,
These figures oro not pcrsectly correct,
as tho N. Y. IHlmnc claims but 18,000,
but we will assume that they glvo the
I'ho Itadlcals declare that ns their
majority in 1867 Wft3 hut 12,000, they
havo mado a great gain. Is it so? In
IS,"), tho voto was ns follows :
The total voto wns lOO.Sfii.
In I8M1, the voto stood :
Fremont's majority 28,099
The total voto was 10G,2J9. Tho voto
was Increased but 5,398, tho Kadleal
majority was increased 21,931, nnd yet
tho Democrats carried Now Jersey,
Pennsylvania, Indiana, Illinois, nnd
Missouri, States which are the battle
In 1S02, the vote was as follows :
Radical majority 13,20.1
The total voto was 77,801. The vote
In 1808 is at least 132,039, or .15,000 more,
55,000 is ,1-7 of 77,000. Now If the Itml-
Icals ore relatively as strong in 1M1S as
thoy wcro in 1802, their majority should
have Increased with the vote, and
should bo C-7 greater than It was In 1802.
They should havo 22,033 majority
wherens they probably havo not more
than 18,000 and certainly have not 20,
"00. Yet In 1802, tho Democracy car
ried Now Ycrk, New Jersey, Fcnnsyb
I vaiiia, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois and Mis
souri, States which, as we said before,
are the battle-ground to-day.
To idiiio down still later. The elec
tlon of ls.07 was not fought entirely on
National Issues, mid a. small vote was
Tho election of 1800 wo.- fought how
ever, on National Issues, inula full vote
was (lolled. Tho voto was
ltadlcal nitijorlly 27,087
Thu wholo voto was 111,873. Tho
voto this year Is 20,760 greater, and the
Radical majority ut least 8,ooo less.
In 1800, In Pennsylvania, the total
voto was 597,370, tho Itadlcai majority
17,178, Now as Pennsylvania polls
more than five times as many votes as
Maine, again similar to that made on
Monday would bo 10,000, wiping out
Geary's majority of 17,178, and estab
lishing a Democratic majority of 23,ooo.
Or to put It lu another light
1800 Deni. votoln Maine 11,939
IHiS-- " " 50,103
Tho Democratic voto has increased
1 1,101, or 31 par cent.
180(1 ltadlcal vote lu Malne...09,(i2(i
jgtiS " " " ..,70,230
The ltadlcal voto has Increased 0,010,
or not quite OJ percent.
A similar Increase In Pennsylvania
on tho voto of 1800 would bo
Add. 'Hi per cent 100,0s)
deary's vote 307,271
Add 0J per sent 29,190
Democratic majority 03,715
Of course, wo cannot expect such n
gain, but If wo do but half us well as
our friends In .Maine, Pennsylvania is
sure by at least 25,000. majority.
If there bo any consolation in theso
llgures for Radicals, wo cannot see it.
Oni: of tho charges against the king
of Great llrltatn contained tho Declara
tion of I ndebcndeiico was that he had
rendered the civil subordinate to the
military authority. Tho same thing tins
been done by the Radical party. In
nine States of tho Union they abolished
civil government mid established in its
stead u grinding military despotism.
All tlio safeguards of Ktigllsli and
American Liberty wcro overthrown,
and thu sword and bayonet lu tho hands
of Irresponsible military ofllcers substi
tuted for them. Theso outrages were
perpetrated, in order that tho ltadlcal
party might live. After having betray
ed every trust roposed lu them they nro
asking tho people lo give them a new
lease of power, Let every man who
loves Liberty remember this party ofi
tyrants when ho goes to vote, and put
his heel upon It ns ho would a viper.
Bri?. Ocn. Wellington II. Unt.
''if Dfnioeratle fXimUdiileni' Sitrrrior
delimit rtf 'eiiimilamhi.
It has been so much tliuhnhlt of Had
Ic.il orators and newspapers to mnko
caarges of disloyalty nnd other heinous
sins against their opponents, that wo
linvu been Induced to pupllsh from tho
work called the " History of the Penn
sylvatila Reserves," gotten up at the
special instance and request of Oov.
Curtin nnd other most " loll" people, n
ureu extract. If there Is any more
faithful und patriotic citizen, or ono de
serving inoro heartily an endorsement
at tho hands of tho people than our can
didate, wo oro free to say that wo havo
not round him. Ocn. Knt was wound
ed ut Hothesda Church, und appointed
a Hrlgadler General by brevet for mer
itorious nnd distinguished services on
tho battle-field. Ho holds no honors
from tho afe places lu tho quartermas
ter or pay deportments. The regiment
was honorably mustered out of service
with Its distinguished ofllccrs in June,
Wrji.MxaTo.v 11. i;.nt, Colonel oftho
Sixth, was born on tho ISth of August,
1831, In Columbia county, Pennsylva
nia. After receiving a primary educa
tion ho entered Dickinson Seminary, ut
Willlamsport, in August, IS"), mid
graduated from that institution In Juno
185S. Soon after his graduation ho be
came n student at law in tho olllco of
Robert F. Clark. F.sq., at Hlooinsburg.
He prosecuted his profc-lonal studies
with great zeal ; entered tho law de
partment oftho University of Albany,
in September, 1&19, graduated in tho
summer of 1800, and In tho sainu year
commenced the practice of his profes
sion in his native county.
He was appointed Inspector General,
with tho rank of Lieutenant General
Dana, commanding Ninth Division
Pennsylvania Militia. Immediately af
ter hearing that tho rebelshiid attacked
I'ort Sumter, ho reported to General
Dana for duty, ond on tho Kith of April
was directed to raise two companies of!
Infantry in Columbia county. The
companies weru Hpeedlly organized,
and reported for service, hut owing to
tliegrcat rush of volunteers ut that time,
but one of them was accepted. After
securing tho command of this company
for bis friend, Dr. W. W. Rieketts, Col
onel Ent accepted the First Lieutenan
cy for himself. This company, called
"The Iron Guards," was uniformed at
tho expense of tho citl.ens, mid was
kept at Hlooinsburg under dally drill,
until It was accepted Into the service
and ordered to Harrishtirg. I'pon tho
organization of tho Sixth Ile-ervo regi
ment, It became company A; Captain
Rieketts was elected colonel of tho regi
ment, nnd Lieutenant F.nt was promo
ted to fill the vacancy, and wasconunls-
stoned to rank as captain from the 28th
of April, 1801.
Soon after tho regiment arrived at
Washington, In July, 1801, Captain F.nt
was detailed in command of mi escort
and guard to Major Myers, Chief Signal
Oflicer of tho United Slates, and mtido
a tour up the Potamnc from Washing
ton to tho headqiiaiters of General
Hanks, near Frederick. On bis return
bo was detailed, at the request of Major
Myers, on duty with the signal corps.
and assisted tho major to establish tho
signal camp of Instruction nt George
town, Subsequently ho was placed In
command of tills camp, which liecamu
ono of the permanent Institutions of thu
army. General MeCali, however, wu
unwilling to part with an ofllccr of so
much promise, without a strong effort i
to retain lilm in the Unserve. Corps
Tho general's repeated iippllc.itiytisiin.
ally succeded, ami C;ijdaln Knt ws or
dered to return to tits regiment. Tho
progress ho had uiiido in acquiring a
knowledge of the duties In the signal
service had secured for him the com
mand of tlio signal parly which accom
panied Sherman's expedition to ort
Royal; ho therefore reluctantly obeyed
tho order that romaindod him to the
command of Ids company and forced
him to relinquish a Held In which tin
hat! already won tho confidence of his
Captain Knt resumed his duties with
his company a few days before tho ill
vlsIonvus moved across tho Potomac ;
was detailed on tlittstafl'of Colonel Mc
C.ilmont, commanding tlio Tnlrd Hrl
gade. Hut General McC.il I again order
ed blni to his regiment, which was
greatly In need of his presence, many of
the ollleers being absent sick.
The battle of Dralnesvlllo occurred
shortly after his return, in which dipt.
Kilt participated with distinction, lie
remained with his regiment, in the reg
ular routine of his duties, until August
7lh, 1802, when he was detailed no re
cruiting duty by General Seymour,
then commanding the division, with
tho hope, alo, that his health, which
had been greatly Impaired, might be
Ho proceeded to llarri-hurg Jnl be
fore tho army wiu ordered to evacuate
llurri-on's Landing: he remained there
on duty until Pope's army was being
driven from Hiill'ltun to Washington,
Ilearlngof this disaster, ho determined
to rejoin his oltl, enmradei ut once, and
participate ln.ft.clr glory and their suf
fering. Knowing tho ibjlny mid tlltll-
culty attending u regular application
ho sought afnl obtained the cliargo of
some recruits) to bo sent to Alexandria,
whom he hurried to their destination,
mid turned them over to tho olllco in
cliargo of Camp Distribution, then pro
ceeded to tho front. Cuptnlu Knt went to
General Seymour mid stated his deslro
to goon uctlvoduty with his regiment,
and, with tho assent of his commander,
Jolnod his old command Just after it
had passed though Washington to en
ter upon tho Maryland campaign,
Attbobutllo of South Mountain lie
was placed In command of two compiv
nles, with onion to cliargo against the
enemy holding the summit on the ex
tremo right of tho lino. Whilst those
two companies woro rapidly ns possible
tolling up the mountain side under a
most terrlllc lire, three other companies
were ordered tojoln them. With theso
tlvo companies Cniitaln Knt couinlctcd
. tho charge, routed the enemy in front,
I and, wltti tho First regiment on his
left, rce to thu summit und oponed ti
withering lire on the enemy's llnnk,
which had the effect of assisting very
miilorinlly lu breaking the left Hank of
tho rebel army. In this charge be lust
one-third of his command, and receiv
ed n slight bruise in the hi)) from a ball
which had "lnnced from n rock.
At the buttle of Antletam he fully
maintained his reputation for skill nnd
bravery, nnd wns in n fow days thereaf
ter promoted to tlio majority of his regi
ment. Late lu November, 1802, when Colo
net Sinclair was nsslgned to tho c.n
maud of a brigade, tlio lieutenant colo
nel being 111 nud unfit for duty, Major
Knt nssiinied tho command of the regi
ment, and on tlio 2d of April, 1803, hf
wns commissioned Lieutenant Colonel,
to rank fromtho20th ofNovcmber,1802;
on the 23d of July he wns promoted to
the colenelcy, to rank from May 23d,
The Woman's Mission.
IX this nineteenth century of corrup
tion, it reflecting mind would almost
conclude thnt thero was no true mission
for woman ns nil wns art nnd artifice.
Hut there Is, mid her mission is pecu
liar mid sublime. There Is work to be
done In tho material world. The wild-
ncss of nuturo Is to be subdued, Its bar
renness nnd deformity aro to bo con
verted Into fertility nnd beauty. Na
ture Is lo bo brought more fully in sub
jection to the purpose of man. There
nro now channels to open, new lines of
Intercommunication to establish, manu
factories to bo established, great enter
prises to lie undertaken of every kind,
and political institutions to bo cleansed
of their filth. Hut tho peculiar mission
of woman is not here. To nit this sho
Is as tho soul is to the body. Woman is
essentially and emphatically nn educa
tor. She olenites on mind, she takes
It in tho first dawn of intelligence nnd
reason, and imparts Its first knowledge
of objects, and Its first impressions of
beauty. Siio moulds Its ideas of fitness,
truth, and obligation. She gives It its
character by tho coloring she imparts to
tho fountain of intelligence. Sho de
velops and trains the mind, nnd awa
kens and exercises thojesusceptibllltles,
on which all after emotions depend.
She takes him like the unpolished block,
and ceases not in her care, until he Is
full grown, polished ami graceful. There
Is at first no appearance of rude rock-
to attract tho eye, but when it is polish
ed and carved by a skillful architect, it
is fit to grace the palace of Kings. So
when wo look ut humanlty,in its inclp-
iency, there is littlo in the dull exterior
to attract our attention andgtvo vent to
our hopes. Hut there is n Gem that will
glitter In tho ranks of Intelligence, nnd
reflect Its light on tho perfection nnd
glory of the Creator. This is port of
woman's mission. Woman is also a re
former. Her Influence on society Iscon
trolllng. She wields in society n moral
Influence, which man can never com
mand. Her power makes Itself felt
for good or evil in all the walks of life.
It is not uiehk'd on the battle-field,
or In thu legislative hall, ah, no; but tt
steals into the ramifications of life, nud
occupies all tho recesses of the heart.
Woman is the dostroyer or the pro
moter oftho best Interests, nnd bright
est happiness of social life. Sho Is the
star oftho Kast to man's happiness., and
the mountain If he fall. Admitting till
theso to bofacts,what'nnwfiil respreji
tile position woman oecupje;;, 'if hOio
exorteurorgood.vyliutn gre,it accom
pUsbment, iit be exerted for evil
ii'i'iat diminution to man. Look at the
present aspect of society, nud see tho
auia.iug ni'jinl power of true woman.
Tho spirit of reform, Uko the breath of
God, is beginning to move on tho slug
gish waters, over which the night of
ages lias reposed. Mind is awakening
from its slumbers. Thought is aroused
to it living ami fearful Intensity. Hu
manity is coming up from the tomb, to
which despotism and Ignorance have
confined It. In all this work, woman
Is to say conservative, sho must bo
seen anil felt in all thosu movements,
not indeed in strife and debate, but lu
tlioso soft and gentle yet conlroliing In
fluences, which so i.nposes on man. It
is hers to allay tho suffering of man,
cheer tho drooping heart, to restrain In
passion and mould the heart of man
with mildness of charity, while she for
tifies tt with power of principles.
Let her throw nroutld him bands of
lovu which never nro broken and exert
her mighty influence with truth and
Our next subject will bo "Social In
!! nonce." AVic Jim.
A Hoostku FmiiT at Panama.
There was mi American ship at Panama,
lately, and tho boys tnouglit they would
show tho natives n thing or two in cock
fighting. They had on board a bald ea
gle, which they transformed, by clip
ping of wings ami ruthless pulling out
of tall, Into it most ungainly, deformed,
und pusillanimous chicken. This non
descript animal wns entered forti fight.
Tho game cocks hnvo n way, when first
placed In tho ring, of crouching nnd
" pointing" nt onch other. Then thev
wivivniivu iiv.iis.s llll- iiiifi wiling squill
,Biul, meeting lu tlio centre, with beads
erect, nun airy in every movement,
they fly nt ono another, each endeuvor
lng to drivo his long steelHpur Into the
head or breast of his wlvonsnry. On
this occasion tho -veritable gamester,
victor In many n well fought skirmish
began his usual tactics, whllo his elum
sy udversary nestled quietly whero ho
had been placed, and paid no attentleu
to htm. Anticipating au easy victory
tho Joyous rooster nowmlvanced, with
out ceremony, nnd delivering ono or
two smart blows, somewhat damaged
tho nqullino features of tlio foe, where
at old Sleepy, without taking tho trub
lo to rise, quietly reached out a claw,
cnughttlio frisky warrior and pulled
ell' his hend. This wns utmclentlfla and
Tm: most Jguoranthnvo knowing
enough todotecttho faulta of others)
tlio most clear-sighted nro blind to