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EVI I,. lAIE, EDITQU.
Blbomslmrg, May 30, 1851.
Democratic State Nominations.
QW. TO. F. PACKER,
O" Lycoming County.
VUIl CANAL COMMISSIONER!
O" Chester county.
Hut, v?o have now arrived nt a point Marshal Of tllO Wostorn Dis-
wbcio this evil must ho arrested, or we . triot!
may apprehend the most serious disasters JAMES Q. Campbell, Esq,, of Ilutlcr
to our country. And how shall it bo county, as wc apprised tho rcadora of tho
arrested ? Tho most ohvlous method, is a Columbia Dtmiral,& iortnight.sincc, lias 0 Legislature
MclCIM. An absurd story has ohlaincd
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to nnnortioh tho Stato into Senatorial and .found its way into tho nowspapers ,01 tno cl'nC(, , accordance with th. .evcrai net, or a. ha. opened. K-fai, ,n 1
counties, tl.it -the prisoner, i",'" . .. nml Shoe Establishment.
t lucrum, now unucr Eontcnco 01 uu,
Fraternity of the North aud
Vc arc aware that when wo contend
that friendship, amity, and brotherly love,
should exist between tho people of tho
North and South, giving their legitimate
Iruita of kind offices and benevolent acts,
we expose ourselves to both denunciations
and censures. Wo are denounced by tho
obtuse and fanatical abolitionist, and cen
sured by tho timid tiqic-scrving politician,
who cares moro for the t.iumph of his
party, than for the prevalence af true
principle and unquestionable justice
Dut, nevertheless, we contend that tho
truo spirit of friendship and fraternity
urtould exist between tho peoplo of the
Northern and Southern States of this
Confederacy. Once it did exist, Iloforc
and during the Revolution, tho people of
these two sections of tho Union, were a
united and a friendly people. They were
engaged in a common cause, and exposed
to oommon dangers. TLcy were involved
in'the groat struggle for freedom freedom
for themselves and for posterity. Like a
band of brothers they met together in
council ; like brothers they shed their
blood together tipon tho field of battle ; lino
brothers ihcy slept tho 6leep of death to
gother in one common grave, upon the
same field of strife, after the battlo was
lost or won. They thought, then, only of
their country, its liberties imperiled, and
tho groat boon for which they mutually
pledged their lives, their foituues, and
their sacred honor. That was truo fra
ternity. It achioved the liberties of the
Republic and founded its independence.
That spirit should ever have existed.
' Hut, after tho groat battle for freedom
was won, now interests grew up j changes
in tho domestic institutions of some of the
States took place ; suspicion, jealousy, and
rivalry, superseded tho kindly and friendly
relations which existed during tho period
of common danger j and acrimony, denun
ciation, and estrangement have followed,
until tho people of the North and South,
instead of regarding each other as friends
and brothers, stand in battle array, threat
ening hostility and warfare against each
other, at iho hazard of tho dcstruoiion of
this great and glorious Uuion, and the
splcnded superttruction of civil government
which their fathers jointly founded.
What has produced this unfriendly feel
ing, and this outward and perilous state of
things ? Wo hesitate not to say, that it
proceeds entirely ffom the injudicious and
unjustifiablo intorferco.ee; by a portion of
tho people of tho North, with tho domes ie
institutions of the South. All who have
watched tho rise and progress of this con
troversy, cannot fail to be convinced, that,
the first aggressions touching the subject of
slavery, came from the North. At the
birth of tho Republic, all raoStates, with a
jingle exception, possessed the institution
of slavery. Then there was no erusade
preached up by the fanatics of the North
ngainst the institutions of tho South. In
the lnpso of time, because slavery was not
piofitable in the northern States, and no'
from any superior philanthropy, sympathy
for tho uegro, or love of justice and huuuni
"ty, tho institution was abolished in the
Worth, And, as tho northern Siates got
rid of it, the spirit ot fanaticism upon tho
bubjeet, began to grow and increase, unlil,
not contont with the fancied good it had
done at home, it began to meddle with the
affairs of the peoplu of tho B utb".. And
this spirit of fjuaticisiulthough blind, and
without reason, wuld have done no great
mischief if it had net fallen into the hands
of unprincipled jolifical demagogues, who
saw in it the ladder to power and place.
Under their nurtuie it has grown to be a
formidable danger, nnd menaces tho peace
and integrity of the Union.
The position of tho South with regard
to this unfortunate controversy, has been
ono of defense aud. resistance. They have
contendod for tho right to be let alone in
tho enjoytnont of their own institutions,
and for the. enjoyraont of tho rights conce
ded to thomin tho great compact 07 union,
tho constitution ol tho United States. It
is very probable that tho fact thit their
institutions had been assailed by the fa
natics and political demagogues of tho
,Nnrth,haa prompted them to tako measures
for their defence, which perhaps may bo
to regarded as unreasonable. But, they
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the people of tho South, which existed Western District of 'Pennsylvania. Mr. ' Presuming that the sovcral Districts will attempted to starvo hurt self to Ucntli. (
beforo and during tho Revolution. Let Campbell has long been known as an nr-1 v0)0 ns thoy did at tho last general election, This is simply nol true ho has homo up (
113 cultivate amity and good will with our dent Do nocrat aud 0 warm friend of Mr. 1 U ,TiH givo our party tho Senate by ono J thrj pressure- of circumstances with (
Southern brethren. They aro made of tho .Buchanan. Ho was a member of the majority nnd fiflythrco members of tho . groat fortitude, and wo tako this early op- f
same flesh and blood as wo arc. They aro hlretarol College at tho la&t election,-and House, leaving four doubtful :
of tho samo race. They aro as intelligent, ' was selected as tho messenger to bear tho , benatoMAL districts.
cultivated, and enlightened ns wo are. voto of the Stato to Washington city. Ilo The city of Philadelphia,
They aro as proud iu spirit. Thoy arc has been ShcrilT of tho county whoro ho , Chester ami ucuware,
ns good christians. They have accomplish- j resides, and has all the acquirements nnd , Montgomery,
requisites to make a first-rato ofliccs. LcM V and Xorthamptor,
Tho JJittlt r Democratic llcntlil, pub- 5cl.jS
lishcd al tho home of our now Marshal, Schuylkill,
thus csultinnly announce tho appointmout Carbon, Monroe, Pike and Wayne,
of Mr. Campbell : It was with unfeigned , Bradford. Susquehanna, Sullivan and
, 1 .1 t .1 Wyoming,
pleasure wo received the news of tho ap- jiUZOfUO
pointmeut of our townsman, Jantes G. Tioga, Potter, M'Koan and Warren,
Campbell, Esq., as Marshal of tho Wcs- Clinton, Lycoming, Center and Union,
torn District of Pennsylvania. President Snyder, Northumberland, Muutournnd
r. . . 1 1 . ! Columbia.
iiuciianan uas maue no ncucr appoinuncni. . . . p , , . nnJ Mffl.
od wives and dauh'crs, who are as well
qualified to adorn society ns our wives and
daughters. Let them enjoy our hospitali
ties. Let them intermarry with us if they
desire. Let them send their children to
our schools. And, lot us do away with
this foolish nnd miserable Jprcjudice, which
wo havo against their briugiug their do
mestic servants with them. So far as wo
are concerned, in the abstract, what is the
difference between a free black man, and n
slave blaok man, I Tho only difference wo
know, is, that tho slave is the most orderly
and well behaved. Wo do not want slaves
ourselves, because our .fathers found they
were not profitable. But, if our Southern
brethren prefer them, let them bring their
household servants with them when thoy
como to see us, instead of leaving them at
homo. It will not add another slave to th0
number already existing, nor keep one
more in bondago. Let us, in short, through
our legislative enactments, sccuro to our
Southern brethren tho right of travelling
and sojourning temporarily amonj us with
their domestic servants.
As we faid, on a furmcr occasion, this
liberal polioy would be advantageous to tho
North, It would induco tho weajthy por
tion 01 our boutticru orcturcn to come
among us, and spend the summer, so hot
and enervating in their own country, so
pleasant and delightful in ours. They
would, in time, build summer residonccs
on tho shores of our beautiful rivers and
lakes. Thoy would spend their money
freely. And wo should profit much by
their intercourse and .society, And;
beyond all, and above all considerations,
it would tender moro than all other causes
put together, to cement and consolidate this
reat Republic of Sovaeign States.
Let such a stato of feeling bo cultivated
at the North, and we solemnly bclicvo there
would be no moro efforts to extend the in
stitution of slavery into territory north of
tho old lino of the Missouri Compromise.
We would have no more Kansas controver
sies. Wo believe- the people of the South
would !o content with their own natural
development southward, leaving tho tem
perate regions of tho North and West, to
bo planted by the institutions of tho free
States only. This uufortuiuto controversy
respecting Kansas, in our opinion, has
grown more out of belief on tho part, of
tho people of tho Suth, that it was neccS'
sary t fortify themselves against tho en
croachmcnts of the fanaticism of tho North,
than any real desire to possess that territory
Let the North convlneo them that their
domestic institutions arc not in danger,
and that their just rights under tho oonsti
tution will bo secured to them ; and this
struggle for dominion north of the true
climatic limit of slavery will cease,
Wo aro aware that wo havo uttered bold
thoughts in this article. We shall bo de
nounced by tho abolitionist and censured
by the tender and timid politician. But,
wo have uttered tho words of truth and
justice. W-e havo expressed the sentiments,
upon tho provalcnoo, only, of which, can
poacc, harmony and fraternity be restored
to our bolovcd country. It is, in our judg
ment, time for tho candid nnd reasonable
men of the North to look this matter full in
tho face. It is time for tho men of wealth,
who have tho greatest ttako in tho preva
lence of order and tranquility, to set their
forces sternly against this spirit of fanati
cism, which threatens to introduce tho reign
of anarohy and chaos into society. Let
such men who claim to bo conservatives,
plant themaolves upon the side of thui:
conservatism, that conservatism which
protects tho liberties of tho peoplo, tho order
of society, tho institutions of tho govern
ment, and ensures the truo progress of tho j
It is good in every respect. Here, where
Mr. Campbell lives, ho nccdsno endorse
ment; and to our friends abroad wo can
say an honest and a deserving mau. has
been appointed, Tho applicants for the
Marshalship, from, other counties were
men of character and merit, and tho con
test was longhand doubtful, and therefore,
tho selection of Mr. Campbell is as highly
complimentary to him as it U ovid.once of
tho discretion of tho appointing power,
Wo need, only add, that to tho discharge of
hi3 new duties he will bring 0 ousidcrablo
experience, nnu tnai a taitntui, prompt
and nttontivo performance of them may bo
looked for in every instance.
Mr. Marshal Campbell's appointment, is
received with signal approbation, by tho
Democracy of Pennsylvania. Wo doubt
not ho will make an efficient aud popular
Government officer. His firet session of
tho United SUtcs Court will bo held at
Williamsport, commencing on Monday,
the 10th of next June.
Dauphin aud Lebanon,
Adams, Frauklin and Fulton,
Somerset, Bedford and Huntingdon,
Bhir, Cambria and Clearfield,
Indiana and Armstrong,
Westmoreland and Fayette,
Washington and Greene,
Beaver and Butler,
Lawrence, Mercer and Venango,
lino and Crawford,
Clarion, Jefferson, Forest and Elk,
Wliplc number of Senator.',
Lehigh and Carbon,
Monroe and Pike,
Wyoming, Sullivan, Columbia and
Lycoming and Clinton,
Union, Snyder and Juniata,
Wo learn from our exchanges, that tho
largo reward offered for MoKim, the mur
derer of Norcross, was all a hoax, with tho
exception of 8500. This is not only a
fraud upon tuoso who arrested Aleliim.
but it cannot fail to operate seriously
against tiio interests ot society hcrealtcr
and while tho offer of S2500, so conspicu
ously posted throughout tho country served
to direct, nuhlic attention to tlin mnt.tnr. fin.l
stimulated hundreds to join in tho pursuit 1 Lancaster,
which resulted in tho arrest of tho fugitive, xorlr,
yet it becomes a dangerous precedent, and Cumberland and Perry,
largo rewards, conspicuously posted 111
glaring capitals, win neroaltcr bo loolscd
upon with suspicion as a gull trap, to
deceive the peoplo. Those who offered tho
reward and now meanly skulk behind an
irrcsponsibc hand-bill, are base scoundrels,
who strike n deadly blow at tho peieo and
safety of society, while thoy open a broad
avenue for tho escape of the guilty. Wolf
and Koons aro entitled to tho reward, and
thoso who offered it should pay it. They
should bo oompellod to pay it, becauso the
interests of tho community, as well as the
claims of justice demand the payment.
portunity to predict that ho will meet his
fate with groat firmness. It may bo well
here to stato that peoplo should place littlo!
or 110 reliance in tho hundreds of stories
fabricated about McKini and published iu
iho city papers, most of then) aro gross
falsehoods, made to order. McKim has a
wife and 0110 child, residing in the neigh
borhood Of Chester. Every right thinking
man must pity the un for tuna to situation in
which they nre placed, and no one should
try to add to their already boavy burden
by heaping additional crimes of which ho
is not guilty, upon tho unfortunate man.
Roassombiug of tho Stato
Democratic Convention of 1857
In pursuance of a resolution adopted by
tho Democratic Stato Committee of Penn
sylvania, tho Delegates to tho St.to Con
volition of March 2d, .1957, are requested
to assemble at tho Capitol, at Harrisbuig,
on Tuesday, tho 0th day of June, 1857, at
10 o'clock, A, M., for the purpose of norni
niting Candidates to complete tho Stato
Ticket, and transacting all othor business
pertaining to tho orgiual authority of tho
CHARLES 11. BUCKAI.EW;
J. N. HUTCHINSON,
R. J. Hai.deman,
Godey rem June. We have Godcy's
Lady's Hook for Juno. It is as usual well
filled with literary matter from tho pens
of the most popular authors in tho world,
and contains engravings uncqualed in our
THE BLOOMSUURG .MARKET.
COIUIECU'ED WEEKLY AT IIAUTMAN S STOKE
Wheat 81 40
White Uoans.,.1 GO
Dried Apples. 1 lb
lilonmtbum It-' rnn Co"
M'Kclvv. Nenl St Cf...
II. C. ft 1. W. Ilnllmon.
a j, i:vont,
I. connnl II, Itupcrl,
II. ivlil Sunup.
Dovl.l LowriiliorR, 3 (torct,
J, J. Ilrower,
I). I', Lull,
outer A. Jneouy,
A. M. Unpen,
c lu.on C. Phivp.
Join. 11. Mover.
Jopcpli W. fli'ii,tcii.iot,
Aura)mm Mill, r,
Mcllenry & Owen,
It. II. Nicely,
J. U. Dnilflnil,
AuehenbJct. tt Jaroliy, . .
J. r. DlPlileh,
John (1, Jucoly,
Millir & KdiuvliT,
11. I'. Cole,
Graham & OriHIicr,
p. c. i:yiT,
Htinrtilfgn ;Krclali, 1 ' '
Relirlinrt Ac Aniltou p,
o. & t: i.uw,
(.'Iiarlec II. if & Co.,
Ha in tit I Ennuljiic 1,,
A. 0. Nicely,
H.ilck.'r & HoIiiiib,
Howell & renningtnn,
I'll A NK LIN.
Elijah f.'hiJr iter,
Wilson A cer,
It 0. Pl.neiiu.kcr,
H." in ii r I II. Ilenini r,
I l'.c 8.1'. Lev un,
I'Oiringer & Itcll.bnlil,
Arrivals aud Departure of Mails
We cordially agree with tho scniiinonts
expressed in tho above; but that tho reward
is cut down to 8500, is certainly a mistake.
Ono would hardly think that officer Black
burn would so readily endorsoand adver
tise 'bogu3 rewards.' Besides, wo are
assured on good authority that tho amount
offered is at least S1800, viz : $1000, by
tho Governor of Ma&s.,f.rjOO,by tho Gover
nor of Peuna., and S300, by the friends of
the murdered Norcross.
Sleeting of tho Columbia Couuty
Pursuant to notice, the Columbia County
Agricultural and Horticultural Society,
met in tho Co'urt House, in Bloomsburg,
at.2o'olock,- P, M., of Saturday, May 23d
Maj. William Sloan, President of the
Society, in the chair. Col. Frcczo, the
regular Secretary being absent, W. Wirt,
Esq , was appointed Secretary jiro tern,
The Treasurer, J. W. Ilcndcrshot, pre
sented his account, which win passed and
is hereto appended :
As Treasurer of tho Columbia
Co,, Agricultural Society, I would
report that I havo received of mem
bers of said Society, 01 07
rrora the Treasurer of Col. eo... . 01 57
Franklin and Fulton,
Bedford and Somtrsct, 2
Armstrong aud Westmoreland, !3
Beaver and Lawrence, 2
Mercer and Yonmgo, 2
Clarion and Forest. 1
Joficrsiiu, Clearfield, Elk a ad M'Koan, S
Crawford and Warren, U
Potter and Tioga, 2
hole number of member.', 100
Tho Senators aro apportioned in tho
ratio of ono to every 17,01 1 taxable?, and
the llcprcsentativoi in tho ratio nf ono to
every 5,070 taxables. Under th'i3 distii
bution, tho old Dcmo-ratio counties of
Berks, liucks, York, Westmoreland, ond
tho opposition county of Lancaster, caoh
lose a Representative ; whilo tho city of
Philadelphia ga'1113 two, and the counties
of Schuylkill and Luzcrno each one.
flillattelnlil. maltlri.ve tl-iily.(HnnilayeTceMin nt
12 M., nrrive;it 4 I'. M.
vlii-initnrt and vvchleri. inn. leaves naliy,' (Sun
tlnvs excepted) at 2 P. M , arrive 12 .11
U'nkuslmre null iirriie daily. (4a nil 11 fl ficfntc.n
I nt 1 1 A M. leave J P M
I I'uiiiliria nndOrant'e villi, ninil nrrlvepMery Monday,
I Wednesday mid Friday, at 11 A.M , teMa Kline day,,
1 lilt 4- T. M
, MilU.lie mail arrive every Monday tind Thursday,
j at 11 A, M., leaes finuie day lit 1 I1. M.
.1 Jerseytowu and While Hull mail nrrlves'erervTnes.
day, Thuri.iliwiiHlSntinclin at II A.M., Jjnr name
da) 8 at 4. I. M.
I l UXASOfT, I. M.
1 . K. Riveppnliri.e
llrown c rrnify,
H. II cl.w,liik,
ll ill lirsoU..oyimc,fl """"' on ,,'
13 an Boots, Shoes, Qaitors, &..
10 lie And will malrrj up ork In nrderon short nr,n. .
10 00 inB experience. In tl..t,uil..e, nnd s",.,,,, n. "'
10 nil IcUe ot tun nnuHn. tl.n penpli.., wlH ennia. .1"
10 01) render fothfarllui. In nil lih tiinlnmern'. I '' 1,1 1
7 mi nccnro 1 1 i 111 patronage which ho hope in inrrii
III 0 on. 1m. rE, May 9, IM7.
NEW TINWARE SHOP.
MAIN BTIIt'.l'.T, OlTOSITETIlr. EXUIIAKrj.
Till! nilerlaued rrtnerlliilly Informi r.,'
and the public t'Micully, that he hag 0iui"t j 1
Jl iVy Tinware and Shut lion
In tho biilliling formerly orrupicit for Hut ,
b) Joi. Hlinr pirn, where ho It prepnrcd io'.JK"
the buiiiie In nil I', vnrlim. I,ranrhe 1 ,0,1Wi
lli.ivnroni.il lloiite Spoui.i(. or nil kinds mti
orricroi. short nntlcennd at .n.ideraie prkci.
Alio-BTOVES. of various slyles, consume
Ucpnlrlna dona to order In quick lime,
if" Country produco taken In exrhnngc f.,, wn.
niaamrhuttT. May in, 1S57-y ' ' ,"'l'Ali D.
T'lE siihcrilicr l.nvlri removed his Marl.lt Vi,
Irom near tho ('oil rt I10 ise, to the tinulh .,
ner nf MAIN nml MAIHCF.T slrecls, It. l;il,.,i..
whore he Is prepared to llirnls!. nil l.lmls or
Viz: MONI7.MLN1B Orndlo 1 omlis. Ilnx Tnn.i..
Head Slones nr every desrriplioll. Illttnrk u M ,L
10 00 host kind, Iho wnrluiiniiship not siirpn.Md l,j ?
looolho cnunity, nnd nt low prices. Call und jiiii, , ,,
IS" Ilo wl'l also fuiiish T.1I1I0 nnd Turenu T,
Sln.it.H for houses, llaso Corscii, Llnliei, und s,' .
for WIih'oms nml Honrs, nt n o w nguro. '
Tlmnkfiil Tor past favors, wl.ope for n conilnuinr.
of Iho KIJUU, '
Illnomshiirr;, April 4, Ie57.-Cm '
It! a r v i a g o s.
In niaomsburg, on tho 21st inst., hy Bov.
W. Goodrich, Mr Win. Zinimerni in;
to Miss. Emma Naglo, both of this
D 0 a t h g .
Poor Unfortunate Pollock.
Gov. Pollock his signed tho bill for the
sale of .the Main Lino of tho public worksi
By this one act bo has disgraced himself
in tho eyes of all honest men and rendered
himself obnoxious even to J.ho most corrupt
..1 .1. .. .fl.l. ... !,.! 1 ....
uuu nuamaviui. Ul jiany tyuo eiccicu Total paid and to bo paid out. . . 89 4
him. Had ho refused to sign that bill, hoi Then I have received, 123 14
Total amount received 123 1 1
I havo paid out for- printing and
premiums and other exponses the
amount of, GO '12
There is yet premiums outstand-
lug to tho amount of 20 00
To pay out, 89 42
wouiu navo nt onco estauiisncu a namo
rlmf vco.ilil linvn liver! fnr rirmq nffnv l,im
nnliorn thousands would hrlvn nn!n(ti Manco in favor of the Society,
Pollock as a model Governor. Hut alas.
J. W. HENDiraSUOT.
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,, . , - . 'i uu uiwugu, uuiiuty uuiuufi.uu iu uieei
the moncv power wields too great an in-1 T., r.t t .t n . tr i
,f ., , , , , . , , , JuD0 l next, at the Court House aforo-
fluence. Pollock csuld not withstand t ie , . , . , .. ,
, , . , ., , ... said, whon and whoro a full attendance is
temptation and ho sinks with tho legisla-, .. ,i . .i a . -n i
. , ,. , , , b . requested, as officors of tho Society will bo
tors who disgraced themselvss by votinc ,,,i i . . , . .
e ... ..... x . x . T. . elected, and other business of importanco
for tho bill to bo pointed at as a thing that transacted
had an existonco no end but misohiof wttttam orm.? o . .
it Auuijiui ojawnx, t icmicni.
-Monday, May 18.
Senate met at 3 o'clock P. M.
The SPEAKER kid beforo tho Senate
a communication from tho Canal Commis
sioners, transmittinc a communicatio
from Win. It.Maffit, Superintendent of the
North Branch canal, relative to a break in
the Uppor North Branch canal, ns follows
Philadelphia, May 15, 1857.
To the Bourd of Cunal Commissioners
Gentlemen I regret to inform tho
Board that the recent ilood on tho Upper
North Branoh has taken away 315 feet in
length of tho Horee ltaco dam, which
allows the wliolo of the water of tho rivor
to pass through it. Consequently, the
Upper North branch canal cannot be
brought into use until tho dam is repaired.
The dam is 900 feet long, and cost, with
mo scuuto, about i?BO,uuu.
It will bo impossible to form any cstl
mn to that will bo reliable, until tho subii
denco of tho ilood, as tho channel, has been
much deepened by the action of tho wator
My impression is that an additional amount
will bo required boyond what is contained
ot tho appropriation bill of S30.000.
would, therefore, ask tho Board to cominu.
nieato the tact to the Uomuuttco of Ways
and Means, in order that tho Legislature
oan provido tho necessary funds to repair
tno breach, llespcctlully.
W. JR. Matfit.
rind amnio apoloev in tho unjust and i f no reputation. Ho will rotiro from his ;
senseless crusade against them, preached j high placo unhouored with a mark upon )
up by a portion of the people of tho North, i u person, made by his party who kicked j Uon. Wm. Bioleb, U. S. Senator
Wo believe that the chief cause of all the! Wm overboard beforo he was ready to with- frora Pennsylvania, was in Pittsburg on
troubles which now threaten tho peace of j draw as the candidate for re election. . iast Monday, on his way to tho Western
the country, has mainly grown out of tho States, on aour of observation. Ho pur-
fanatical spirit of tho North, upon the S&" A request for recall has boen re-'posed visiting Kansas and Nebraska, ro.
(-'object of slavery, fostered and encouraged ccivcd hy the Mate Department (rom Mr turning vin the Like fupcrior mining rr
v nnnrineitilr'tl and traltorou politicians ('a i nr.r Minister "t 1! .me pion.
Ugy Tho Prosidont contemplates a ooun
try residenco during the cxtremo heat of
sumnior. Arrangements aro nearly com
plcted, we learn, for his temporary rosi
denco, in tho vicinity of "Tho Soldier's
Home," four miles from tho City of Wash
incton. Ho will iro out each cvcnini'. and
...i.r, in .!, ... i. H. . xx'i !i tt I McCoruiIck Jacoh
it iuiu iu i .iu viuijLi.u iM iiiu if niiy Jiuii9u, i'ackir Win. r
whero lie will attend to business during
' da.V Hf.ny3(l F3?
111 Hemlock t iwnship, Columbia county, on
last Friday, (May 32th, 1H57,) Paul,
Son of Zehulon and Bachol Bobbins,
aged 3 years 1 month aud 7 days.
"Beneath the sod, in swcot repose,
Is laid a mother's dearest pride ;
A flower that soiree, had waked to life,
And light and beauty, ere it died "
In Cattawissa, on last Thursday luornin".
m.. x . .
nut. jjl.yj. i-HAiii'LESs, aged about 04
" I I .,1 111, .!
TRIMMINGS AND NOTIONS,
17 AXCY AIUICLIlS.n cnod n-snrlnieul nrilosiiry
? ol the bt inlily , also. (Moves. Mills, Il.uKeis,
Cains Oombj, Dress 'rrieimitis nml Li.ti.ien Hewhia
Silk, Thren.l, it, &c, to hu had next door 10 the
Amelia n. wnun.
A. St. B Andrews,
Wt I liam bliuiiuu,
Wasliinglou UilluiilH'iiikr, 14
Lazarus St Hi-her, 1.1
Williau I'riiz, 11
A. II Sti x iii t, H
A . t'o'eiu.in, 11
James Mailers, 11
rr.uikliii Sliniiuii, 14
II. W. & W. N. Cre.isy, 12
Hcnr) .11. I'liher, l
Mi In k filllLlhnr, 11
IMi'iir It JMnis, !(
J-iiiii". Kesli r tt Co., I.I
lle.Lhatd ('r.vl. n, 13
Hnniilel A. Wori.i.iii, 14
D WliiliiiO)er, 11
II 11. W.irdeu, 14
A. .Mon.l, 14
11. II. D.ian, II
J. It. ltubiux, II
f'nroline Clark. HloouiBtiiirj , t
lllse It WilMtu, do, H
J W Heudcrsliol, do. H
It i mill fiiieih. m, lltiuirk. f
(Ifliel it nilKold,t'al;.Hisf.l, H
Wllll.llil Vuiler. do. H
Mary llnliinis ruhlnrreek, c
l. W tt W . Fhituuon, Mtnil'iu r. b
II . 11. W . Vuu.Kl.ur. fcolt, H
Ml I.LI'. IU.
Limes llititou, lllonni ,2 null,., 1 1
Wiri.iui M'Kelvy, Hi iiilnck, II
I'on le St Urn li c. r'coii, y
(leorgo rr.'iis Centre, h
C W. M'Ki Ivy it Co.,Calawiisa, n
J. P, 1'iurhi r. .1 1 i:t
l'liulur rt .Miliar, llliarcteek, 11
Jnsiah Thnm-is, dn l(
I're.is (t Uoiriii-in, do. j
Willium Cole, I'.i nine. n
l'djiar At Miliiei., rlentt, 13
Isaac IS. M'llirno. .Mouliwr, 14
LIST Ol' HISTILLP.ItS.
Loll St Ueece, Centre y
J. F. Lauhu:h. Hueniluif, y
Join) Mcllenry, lleutnii, 11
Chnrlcs W. Illtr-.i it, lllooiu, p
1 0 Ml
1 .' so
ESPYTOWN 1VEW HTOltE
ailli; undrrfilgm-tl, tmv)i.g iHFocintctl together In th.
, IMfrfniitile ItiisiiifM, lnko nlenotiro iniiiin(HMiriM.
to their triuiixlM nml llm nuhlic In rcncrnl. ifmi u...'
new Btnr l!inin, locatfil on Mailt sir.t'i,ci'iiirt,
Kepytuwir, Onluuiliin cuutity. Una JiiBt been sioiU
New Sjn'iug Goods,
Conpriplnij mi ciUwiivi aipnrtinciit of CloiJu(t'n(ij
incrufl, Veilings MiikIJiih. Mncit. nml every oilier if
tide In wn riiiif line, iiiclniliui: llurtlwarc. i:Umt
G.irilion nml Hollow wnrta, Croccriei, Bup)ir,( -j- '
tJiitlVo, llife. MulMrticfl ptc.,plc. will) nil utbur an,
rlcs of routiner ro tu'npU'il to fount ry tttirt w .
ALSO-!,' HAD Y MA l)E OL O 7Vy.(,
(tJ-Oruiii, l.iiiuliir, L'mvitmns, Produce, cVc nfm
kinds, (liken in exchange for .uerrhiinillie,
II. V. IlllKillAllli,
11 (1. CKLVLLIxb
Uitovn. April Lliii?,
EAGLE FDUNDltY, IHjOOMSIJUKQ
Stoves .iiitl Tinware.
Till: ("iL'crilicr having eroded 11 lnrco nc 1,1,11
ruiindry ami .Mnchino Whon, Iu nHn. nf n,c ij
line, Is iriiired to uiiike all kinds of cattiuu at o,.
itiwret inr, s Plows ronstai.lly nn liaml The iu,,
serlher h.is also removed his Tin Pimp imm MJm,
In th' l-'niindry Int. w here he litis ur.rled 11 liuililn,.
nllngtther lor knives nml Tinware '
1 ne ijook 1 ng m ijives cnliMSt 111 (lie v ,tl Mx
?3jCI).JK. ItAIIII IXIOK, VANLIllll COllr,
jaPAltl.Oll UTOVI41 nl nil kinds, the H.ll 1.
1L I.IUIII1II H'I'llVl' . All ..r I. '
All ktuiis nt Piio'iim.
INIHJIt STOVE. &e
niade lo order.
IllnnilsbiirK. April 11, 1PJ7
TUB pirlnershlp hi r( lofnro cxls lint h.luei a IVm
Mckelvy .t W 111. Nenl. under Hu-firm olWnn
Kelvy&o ,io thn in iniil-icturt' of Paper at t'ni V ,
en Mills, was d's.nlUd hy miilual roiireul on 1 1 1 in
dj y nl April. .'.7.
Til' litis lliess ol the l.ilo llr til XV 1 1 l,e hftl led 1, 1 I ;
.McKelvy et Co .lit Cutlawii-sn .HHU
WM MiltULVV tu
The iiiiilersieiied havniL' purrliaseil the inirie.i
the l.lle mill nf Will. Mclielly It I'u , , (.
Mills (Mil CMiittilili. lite iiMiiuf.ietiire of l.,,.t r ji,
iiilirh.iM! lltieiis herclufure
C. w. McKLLVV i.
C W MiKkIm.
J rt Mi Vim 11.
Anil '.'3, 1H.-.7 31
ADMINISTRATOR'S N OTICK.
fctutc of Elijah 'rite, rlrc'd.
J" ETTIHlS of Admiiiittrntioii on tlio
& jr,ftiui;.il I'.lijah Prire.lu,. nf Locum imti.l.i
,1 I .
IJoliiinl I irnniilv. ileciT.te.l, h:n e been rr.inl,
Ei .-"iiiiiioi.i eetllll , In )md I, r 11,1,1 ii u In
resides in said l.nrust lovimhlp n ii j y pn,,. B,
resld'S III 1X1.hlu.nJ. Hfhuvlklll r 1 - 1,11 ,'..,,.
Iiivmu c'alns ng.iln.l Hie el.ie 1,1 I he ,1, ,!, ,,1 r
re'iuesll-o 10 irueiil (Hem lo Ihi- Al innu.lt.', ,
out d"hiX.IIIld nil ii'lsoll illdi bl,l In limki liiitt 1
f"rllilttl. 11AVIII I!i:iM,(il.li.
J. 1' PltlCU,
April l. IM7-r,
PATENT HELIX DKlLLiil) EYM
rl'IIIS is an axnr.ihle artirl.. fr m,tnmn, i,r.l
J A belli r iiiauuliiriiir"il ni'i'i in. 1,1
lor Ihc pilrpn.e. II i.i nexel been i.lir .n. n n M,F, I,
lil.-ike nml f. rtt lyc-lbe iinpnitni I rni.snl. ,l, 1,
ill I II Is . l llpnn nl l h'lleislll ss Is I llieiolt. (,r nr,
.'ij.ili"l Ih.. iroiilil.. ol riiltinir nr wenrinc arm II,.
H111 oil. nu,l 11 ,1 pl,ii,ur..lie,,ri. u,t vi. In
liic.lle so inviin.bly Hire Ih.-x h,ie 1,-i-n In.ii m
our f.in'ily and mi rlici r 'nilhi-rily. we ehei rfu't. n
rn.iillien I I linn In tint m,i. 111 our lei II mi'i
whom H'Wiet is 1, ui.iller nf dn.lv utility a li.ut.,
-..7 tiijeti iit , inn-inn
p., , 1 . y J ,1 V I I'.-XI I
Slay 0, IC.-.7
All persons who may loci iheintdves nsorievMl l,v
ie unove ri.issiiicnliou, can lu.vi) nil uniuirtliiiil v ur
r.loomsburc, f Ijy SO, 1H57.
COLUMI1IA COUNTY AGItlOULTU-
ASl-nOIAL MIICTINO of this Sncitly will lie held
on SATUlllMV. thn Clh of Join, nl li.i'rlnrV v x.
at tho Court House, lllooutsliurg. A general liillenii'
anco is reiuesHd, business nf Imp. nance is to bo
Those Imvitig lniil Preniluins and Diplomas nnrdcd
1 Iho last Pair, will call upon Hie Treanier.
WILLIAM SLOAN', rntilM,
J. W. IIhsdbrsiiot, Treasurer.
Illooinsbure, May :)0 liST.
appialing by cnllius on the iin.lcisiiriicil ui 1,11,..
liluoiiibbuij.. any lime on ur b. I re the 1st day ol Julv
ldaT, uller which time 110 appeal will be lii-aril
Jn-cwr .Vcrcantilt Tata.
llloomgbiirZt 0, 17.
1 N nsnmlnimt nl t'onfecl nnerx-. Jeuilrv. I.., 1, ...
ri. ry, Hoapx, ll'jir.Olis, Pomades. r , to be hn, all
llloonisl.il ru, MnV So. 1h7.
A MAP OF COLUMBIA AND MON
rrill!i subscriber tikes pleasure in informing therm
X reus of Columbia nnd Montour counties. Hist ho
inleuils PUbli-hlns a 1J1MJV. Jljtn OUtfJIMF.jrr.1L
MAI' of t lie counties uiiove ineiilioncd, Irom nclu.il
measurements, by oriKiuiil surveys lliruuehoul bnir.
coiiulieN. Ilo also lakes plt.uuro to slate that, l,j
.make ilia sur,ve)s, hu Jins eiitiaijcd Mr.J.imei K.llv,
one nf the mut-t rninpetentaudeiperieiiicdHiirvuynrs
in the Stale Aulhur of the pupj ol l'taliittpku,laik.
inirlon. Hichriovd. Moiitmtmeru. nml lUiai. xuu.i.. x.r
The Bilrveys xvill tw rumiuenteil as soun u a vulti
dent number ol copies h ivo been subsuibed for. tp
rxlrrVTIIOUrtANH LAP AMI JOIVT KIIINdLIM
IJIrTV barrels of Mackerel, Hi'i rinj and Hh.id, fur
"lent IIAUTMAN S.
C1ASU paid lor Oats and Corn at
may :iu, 11-37,
Nil ijood 4. hoot: puwer Throshliie Miirhnie, for
HAH I MAN'S
J sale lit
May 3,1, 1H07
Afi nnn JOINT AND LAP SIIINnLW, for n
'XUlUUU tt 1 10 Arcudu by
May 30, 1B57. A. C. Ml'.lWiCII.
CxOTTON and Wool Carpet, lor fall) cheap 111 llm
Arcnde hy '
May 30, lt7. A, C. MLWSCII.
t 10I1TICEI) POSTS on hand and for sale al u,
lL Arcade hy ' '
May30,.lt57. A, C .VLN8CII
CxOAL AND WOOD lor sale nl the Arcade by
niny u, ieur.
Horestress H. L.
Uench George W.
Case Sufian Ann
Uardner W.II. S.V0
Kennedy H- II.
Koons John W.
IT" Persons f sllinc for 11,
say Hiey are ndvi Mi rid
Slrauscr Mary R.
Welliver Mur-;arti J.
Walker O. II.
Wutkius I . rtii-1
lloid. lthj-if llvary 1
Kvaus llnildT J
nil ne l.ners will pi',1e
1 1 U' 1 s v j,
EW STlilNd AND SUMMER
'pllCs.l.wn'iersli'ivliis r.-r, lv.il ih ..rnMv"i l.mr,
I (,i..,l. 111 (h..,r si.inl, neurly nniiiuM I In I', .1
(lll-e, u.mld resp.r Hilly Invn- li,i, rnenils limI
'; '-iniurs I Hi.-nl.ll,. !...irnllv.t.ic.nliin.l exiini
(Heir slink, riiii.,,!,,, ,,f (H ,,,! n.,, , .,,..
meiit nl Ki'au.iiimn.riHk (;,;,,, , j.,,1,, :,11M,.
nnd lln.ini. Mii,.n tucili. r xxlih an i,-i'rlni. 111 1,1
fjiirvnnii-les, wbirli ihev ixlll m-II .ii ih ri'iisunian
leli.is.is ihey rail ho piirihised el.i v In re,
,, u M . I'.. IIIIPKUT,
May 8, IW. IKHUMIV.
ALL per.nii. nro hereby cauii'inttl ana 1 or I ha.' ..f.'.j
or llillini- 11 le.liin Ill li,n ,iy npiireulirr I. ,i,
mined ff.ge llHulrr. used 11 11 14 viars. win. 11
r13.1l.1rly indent ired to to lenrn Hie ..iinint I11-1
wc, and has !.( ,,. empiuv mid seiurn witboul ju.t
Cll'l-e, I 11m Ihereforedcl. riilliied lo uuy tin diliK .f
I111 lontrnrliiiK'.irier this dale, uud 1 nl'n ran turn H
l.frsuiis ajnimi impl.ivliis s.ud mn.iwnynl then luril
, ... llllNJAMI.V WINTlllltilXl.N.
I ins twp,, MnyS, liS-iT- ;;t
Estate of Eias l.utz, deceased.
Lr.TTIVja lestameiit.iry on Iho llslnio of I.lhi I Mi
l.ilo nr llenlou loxvuship, (.'ulirnbia .ni.nlv . bin'
been eraii.i'd bv llin l(ef.iti,r nr .,...1 ..... .' ....
mtisrrllH.-r.xvlm resides 111 llelilnn low n.liin. Ill rail
xfn II 111 V. A llaranulii.iii.i.ll..,. ...i '.
lm nm will contain nn octuil survey of all the f ""iily. A II rnona li.tviincfniti'8 (IchkumIs mnii"'
V unite rtvauj wiiii iiiuir iiifi.iiircci iiiarki-il iriPrcni.. in t
uuy uiui iho insi.iiiLun nciwcen uny o niacua i n llin ,
roiiotlfB cniu'unly he ohtaiaed. Also, tint lomtionnl!
Mills, Hotel, Cfiurthn, School fuusta, UmiUshojia , t'ott
Ojicei, H'iieelwrii'hti, t'uundriti, Furnaces , Factories, ile..
with lh nutacti of nil the property holdtrs, in their
exact pUroi throughout the cuuntiL'S,
r i.i us or mi me town in tho coimiiea, 11 brc sculc,
will npiar in the rnnryiu.
The plnn f tlio map will be rliilted to u Bultnbln
scale, eona to make a large anil ornamented ninp of
tint leai than nily hy forty inches, tu ho ctirrmvtM In
mo nun 1 siyie, n;inufiouiciy roicrei, and delivered to
thccMilol th.'ihii-dentarfl rrqucfricil to inaKr i in m
imlutitcdto the IMale, tiunnKo pavn.cnt ftirlliwiili
Flit v tor
subscribers only at 3 per copy, payablo on delivery. T ii 1, 'hi" ?,,,i.rV ... , 'K' C0"",,J'
J. A. J. CUMMINOH. ruSiiJcr ., "'i ' s purchase pood link, s rnn hnv
Chihj1uiauc,M.iyl0.IH7-ir ,, ,lM; l',c,ur' iW"''1 '"rurd 11
11LOOMSUU11G HOOK BTOltB.
THE undersigned rospectfully nnnounccs
thatshe coralline. iho Uiccmslurg Jloek start and
enauonarj r-.siaui.iaincnc, la.riy ronillicteu v
uusiiaiiii, niaiiir ilium, n an i.ie.r van
NOTICE TO MEUCIIANTS.
MATS KJIKEStl II.1KKSIII
TMIi: undersiBiied tal.e plenriiru in n.innuiir r.j n
, Merchanls Hint Ihey are maiiiirnrtiirini. u tuneum
nuiclu nl ItAKHrt nt their Nr-xv I'arlory on ti.l.mK
Creek, ntiove (Jraneux ille, Columbia coumv si.r
ive tin in
Uloomslwri;, in S. C. t-hivc. where they run ret tin. 111.
or xvo enn forunrd llieni lo iho. Ulores that are nol
ton niiirli out ormir.xvay.
All orders Fhoulilbi. addressed to gamucl Bhltr
Ponleis P.O., L'oluml.u countv, Pa.
AP,1lla.IR57-l, ' B,"VE& fcK"H
NOTICE OE DISSOLUTION.
tloeksurt nl I rplIB partnership heretofore existing between Hie
lyhcrdecensed X underaignrd, In Ilia llercanlile llusiiinss in Llctit
ious lirnnrhB. I atreef. Iinvlin. I,v .ll.flA,..n , -. . . . . s ..
at Ilia old rtaiidiiitliellichaniie ll.illilint,, (irstdoor i.er.onf inlure.ted will plea.o t.i ", "11". h,ite
f ..(J ir.:f?! '".'"',"oU,1,' '?vl" ,r"r.lmi-hed i .looks of iho lam firm sri 1. 11 nl Hie " d ' ."u,.,i in m
'. V. . . ," ' - iieuss nanos 01 ir.L'rsuiy, (or nclrlciuonl uud roller! inn
and Stationary,! llm is preparedlo nccouiinodale nil J ll. MELICK
Tiie llrjuuranl fiilonu, In Iheliiaienientor the above
establishment, wll ui coiilinueil ns usual by (he suti
scriber, where tlni public can alfall limes I supplied
Willi Hie. cliolrosl nsxfH4aKS Ann lUfR.sllMr.Kls, such
as Minerals, Minn par il In. Hear. Ale, Stc , Ksr.ljiw.,
Hpiced nnd Pickled tly.ters, Pickled Clams, clu, '
tXT'l'he public custom is respectlully solicited
Jtvcmm lo Jinc o. ctat I
S'IN'NV. COAL lor sulolby
II. W. it W N. cmiABY
'2:u, H. W. It W. fV, CUUASY.
QUMMCII BHsiWLB.nd Mantilla., for Mlem
May S, UT,
ail Iu by
nUAIlDH AND HUANTLINO, for
II, W, & W. N, CIICAHY
i rim ualk UliEAI',
AN ejfcllent RAMAliP, rK F, ' In food order, f.ir
ii1liar, nl ihs i.f!... e( l. Cl-Hi fi,.,r
I.UlU Plrnst, April 11, lB.xj,
II. W. CIIKAHV.
1, fM'R MIIN In work 111 11 lxeKl'aclory I Four Coop
. ers preferred, hut mllve labormc men will on
swer. htudy employment and good wnjres will Is
given Apply nt Iho Mlllgrove Mills, nenr l.ifelil si.
.. . TIIOMAH TKlirxX'H
May 2, leW- JI
"llONESTY IS' THE BEStTvDWOV ''
Hpllli illiderslcoeil deom 11 propnr Inrnuliun all 1 er
X sous nlio may herenller have busi.uss trnns'f
Hons XV 1 1 h ,fliia(san A'sldls, 6r , and Mitiarl ."sdl ,
not to tnut either of thiiiu, as we did oyu six 11111.0
u0, kctlhuy mny abuse Iheii kindness a. til.) hur'1
ouitby pluoding Hie "stululei xr liiuiial iu.-
J. St 1). V AIM."
Loru.i.May 4. IRS7 .Hs.s
WANTED immediately, by tho ml
srrilirr, a IKIV to lenrn (he Till Wme am
When Iron hlislneis 10 wliu n h iion.1 sllusllon w ill 1
A M IH Pl'l
H'eem.... . 1 1 x