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AND BLOOMSBURG GENERAL ADYERTISER-,
"To hold and triiii tlio torch of Truth, anil Wave it 6'eV the darkened Earth"
, TERMS l
One Dollar & Sovciity-flvc els, In Advance.
LEVI L. TATE,
Editor, rublisher & rroprlclor.
BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA., SATURDAY, JANUARY 9, 1858.
VOL; XL-NO, 44.
Published every Saturday Morning)
LEVI L. TATE.
In Blooinsbure, Columbia Go.
Office. In the, ncivBrick Building, op
insilc the Exchange, by side of the Court
Jlouse, "Democratic Head Quarters,"
tbbmh op snnsc.rtirTiox.
tl.OO In nilvanco, for ono ccryi fir tlx ruontM.
1,75 In advanco, for ono ccpy, ono year.
2 00 If not paid within tho first thrco months.
2,23 If not paid within tbo first six ndntlis.
2,50 If not paid within thoyenr.
ID" Niisuijionpuon tuKomur ic.-i unm i
and no paper illsoontlnoil until all arrearngosshall
havo boenpald. .
10- Ordinary advertisement. Inserted and Job
work executed at tho established pricoi,
mi - j. ...... uimii.ui.rTiiOT
15A1aTIMOK13 LOCK HOSPITAL
rpiIE founder of tliifl Celebrated Insti-
3 union ofT.rs the molfertaln,spen!y, nml only
rnrctunl rinody lit thn world fnr etlctH for (iliet,
Mricturet, Heminr-l wnckness, I'nlits In llio Eolns,
Constitutional Debility. Impnlrnfy, Wcakticfs i nl tho
nacknn.l Limbs, Affection of the KMncyp, j'tilii ti.
"inn ofttm llenrt. Ilipcpsta, Nervou rritublllly,
Dicae ot tho Head, Thront, Noe r tfklii. nml nil
linn" serious and melancholy IH-nrdors arising from
Hi! destructive habits ol" Yo'ith, wlilth deMroy Imili
boi.y and nitn.l. These secret ami solitary practices,
nm more Tatnl tolhelr viciinm limn tin song of Hip
BvrPM to llio marincM Ulyf, lillitminfi their mont
brilliant hope of unticipations, mulcting marriage
Ui , luipoiBible.
Married person. or Younf -Men rontriiiplnllnj mm
Mitre, l-lii!l a warn of physic.il weakm-is, finjnnic do
l.iUiy.ilclormitlcx, A.r,, should linni.'.ln tely ctrnrjll
Dr JohntotitUiiil bo restored to perfect hnilih,
Uewho nil ecu liimlf iinttT llio taro of ilf.Johii'
p tun' nil v rellclninly cnnllde In hit honor ns a gentle,
man, and cotilidently rely upon his nkill aspli)sicMii
nnin"tliatcly cnrcit ami lull vigor restored.
IliM dUe.ni I thu pcnilty most Ircqtii'iily paidhy
ih'H' wholuve become tho victim of lutpmpcr Inunl
L'.Micifi. Yoniijf person nrn loo apt to toi t et
rt'im trnin imH heiiis nw.ire oflho drt'iiilful conHrqitcitri4
th.it hi i yen m. Now, who th.it untlurFt.iixU tin mli
jiri will prrtcnJ to deny tliut the powrr of irncta
iiMti i lort fuuicr b'' .tliir f.illniK ioto luiiironir
h iltil" th in Uy prmlent. Hlih-" brlnji ih privi il nl
Mi" pl'niiir'' iH'ulthy ollp'lii2,tlii! moil serious
mil ili'-tMClivc Hyinplniua to li'tMt h'xly ,iim1 inhhl
;.ri-". 'I'll'' nytfin ! Tt mi p ili'rti5ni- thi- nhjuicnl
an trnfttl powers uenkeiiptt. nernDt iliviliij . ilys
ppii. Diilpitatioiinrilif lien r I ituli cliitn. a waiftnig
i.l t'wl'nm. rtmjli syinploininf crtni'implion Uc .
vliillip,' No THim't.i I'RKUY RiLKriTRtKi,i.cvi iidoor
from Itiltlnioro rp't llit el. If, ii' Hu xti'ia H'
P irnriil.ir InoiMirvm:; thi NAIS at.il NU.MIiL'R, or
von wit- miduki' the plccp,
.'I Care tlatranUd,or no t'hargt Male, in from One to
NO MIWtUUItY Olt N AUBLOUH tlltUGS (fdUD.
M colli T i'f Ihp Uny.ll LollrK of HiirRPiiim. London
tlniilnut'' iVoiu otip of the ni'ist I'lnitien'. cfllt-EP" l the
IInitH.I fttitcn, uiiil llM-creatiT part nl whos1 lil'-iliiif
li 'fn oprui iii Urn llrat ltaspitUri of Loiuton , r.r h,I hi!
I i.l-lpiuu .iiKleUowttpre, hits rllcri"ilFf'tin;nft:io moil
n(inilliii:g utifH III il wtp t-ver I'lion n ; tunny trouh
l-( with nonius in ihe Ih!I mill ens wlm .isli'pp,
ffai ii'-rvoumi'-fc h"hiLr nliniii'tl nl nuihli'ii ttoiimlt
.itnl h.iHtifilii4, with frequent l1ulnns, utlpintprt
n iiih'titiiPH with ilerniisemeiil ol nil ml wtrucuri d I m
A Certain Disease
W lie ii Mi c tni-'i:lil,'(t tin,! iinnmili ill votnrv of i1r,l-
Kiri li nil I) t !i i im'jilfd Hit of Him piniiliil
iii'iMir, il mo till fii hnpi ciif ili.'il no illthiM'il m-hkc ol
nii.iinn. nr drtMil nl tin ,orrry, tpr liiui trnin npplvi
i f 1 1 tiinitf w li from crlucJiMUi flifl rppi rlaliihtl
mi il me ii. ir M-n uiv ici ly ii (j ! i n inn (iiiuiiiiiiiiiii
.itipioiiH nit his l.rriid ili-i'iiHeinaks ihf!i r appi-urnn-i
t.'i.'li uirci.thMl riuri thrn.it. Hidi'iiicii uoKP, iiocturrr,
It.iiiM iii tin lead ii ml limln,timtn')in of sialit.de nfntinl
it'Kii-MHii uip kk 111 itont'fc. 11 mi arm it, iHuiciifdirnii vt
I I'M it u i' tt. an 1 nttrtMiit lit s, nrnzrpssins Willi h ia ill
rii'hhlv.iill nt list llio pnlntn ofihe mmitni litnl
Icmi.'j itf tin- nn f.ill in , a ml tin vi.-lnn nl Lliliot tin
iIc.hp h 'cniiif a horrid object of rointnisT.ilinu till
d .Uli piit it pi-mi l to Ins drp.idful sullpriiics, by wii
ilitixhnn in "Ui.il bourne jrom . wh nets no trsivelrr
nturir. To surh ilii'rcfore Dr. Juiun-inn plt-dcfh
hiMiMfirio pri'Sftve Hie mtmt Piivinl.ililf Rprrroy nml
frnui his cti;uive prnrtlc in llif Hri.i llnphnU nl
lluropf iiirr America, In run mnmlpnlly r ronnn"nii
tAv nn xpt'dy cure to the iiiifimiiimle vicrim of thii
ho rid d,'i ago.
Take particular Notice,
Dr J aiMrcMf all iline nho Imve ItiJ'irotl iliPin
mlvpj liy privutnand improper imJtjt!i!iirQ,t,
Thesi .ire soii.u of the m tind ref.incliolv rffecls
prodiired by early habits ot youth, viz Wcakm-ps of
the Ihick nod Limbs, Pahi 111 the (lend. Diinnrssol
Higlit, Long of Musctihir Powir I'nlpiMitiou if the
If'-art, l)V8pipia, Ncrvnus Irralilnlily, Dcransji-ineiit
nf Hie Digestive 1'uncilons .flpimral Debility, symptoms
of Oonsuinptiou. S(C. , ,
SIi:NTALLY Tho fi'.irfiil rfTrets nnnn the wind
aic much to bedrpadi'd, Lu-ts ol liinory, Oonlinioii of
Iilcas, D.'prt'niou nf Hit hpirlts, Lvll rort-boillnii,
Avirniiuof rfocicty, Tnnily,ic.,are some ol the evils
produrpd. 1 ,
Tliiiiu.inils of prr:on of all apes ran now ju.lpo
what Is tht cause of their drclluins lirallli. t.tms-ing
their vigor, becoming uciik.paleaml rni.irialed, Iiuving
n 11311 ur npppnrnnre auouiiuu eyes, tuugii nun sjir-p.
toms of Consuiupliou.
Dr, Johnston's Invigorating Remedy for
Hy this great and Important remedy, weakness orihe
organs aro tpppdlly rtuod, and full vior rt'stou-d.
Thousjntlsnrtho most iitvoiis and debilitiitid, nl'o
11.1(1 I'iBfc il II Iiupe, IIUVI' UCUll itUlJirui.tiriy lunrviii, nil i
hnpe.limenu to Jlarrlagii.l'liyslrnl ana Mental lil.niia-
iflcatiuu. Nervous Irritaliility.TreiiililliiBsniiil WiMk.'
iiess.iirejliau.lliinnrtlia most icarful kind, spoedtly
.UI.IJ Uf 'U, IUI ,UUllIUll
Wlm have injured themselves by a certain practice,
indulged in when alone i habit frequently learned
f rum evil companions, or a I school the cllects nfu liicli
are nlcliliy lelt, even wnnn aiieep, nun ll not cureu
render, marriage impossible, and destroys both mind
dud body, should apply immediately
Whal a pily that u vouus man, the hope of ilia coun
try.aildtlio darlinanriiisparents. should Iiu snatthed
frnm nil prospects mid enjoyments ollile.by Hie rouse
qilences ol'devialins from the patll of nature, and in.
lutsing In arertain secret habit, Such person befwa
should reflect thai a sound mind und bocyarc thr raoB
necessjry roquislties lo promote rnnunbial Itappiness
1 ndee.il. wit limit these , I ho Journey through I lie becomes
a weary pilinmiise, the prospect hourly darkens to a
view; the mind becomes sh.iilowed with despair and
flllcd willillie melancholy reilertion thalthe liaj.iincss
nfanntlier heroines liU?hle.l with our own.
OFFIUBNO.-HOUTII PRnilCRICK Br.,flalimor,.Vi
um ruituiun u mhii, aut,u ws..,
N. U. Lot un fdliO niUllest nrcvent VOU, but apply im
A I 1
i fuuniUAi, ormtivnuNH i'uiti'oii.ni;i.
mediately eilher personally or by letter.
8KIN JHdEASEii Hl'EEUlEV CURED.
Ih. u.iT veirs and the numerous lUinoilaiilBiireical
l reonri.,..,! lb. oaners and manv olher nersnns.iiO'
. .."V...i.tV r,....- ...... ...-.!.. i.Ao.Fn
ih,.tubi,e. beside, i; J .tdi,a. a Bei,u?i.ui,, oiha.
- : . . -
N. H, Thorn aro so many ignorant nml worthless
Quacks advertising ihemselves Physicians, ruining
the hc.illli of llio nlrundy atllictcd, that Dr, Johnston
deems it necessary losay, especially in wmjjo unnc
nuaiutcu will) hisepuiaiion.inai in rreuviuiiis una
iliplomas always hane in his ofncu , . .
jaTAKBNoncE, All lelicrn mnsi noposipnin, anu
com Hi ii a postaso stamp for tht) reply, or noaniwcr
,nuarly 7 1R57.
IT H U M
THR uiulTsisiieti, gruteful fur past patronajje, re
ipe.nlully inform his ci ktoniers ami the public
centrally, ibni ln hi Jtut received frnm tha Eastern
fill's, thu larccti anu ioubi en,ci nuu ui
h'ALL AND WfNTErc CLOTHING,
Thatlus yet been opened iu llloomsLuri,', In which lie
invites tho ullention of his friends, ami assures llieui
that they are ollered lor s.t'e at crcat baicaini. His
mock comprises it larr,u os.orliui'nt of
Gentlemen's Wcarinc Apparol,
Couslsllni! of l'ASIIIONAHI.i: URUrtK COATP, ol
every description; rants Vests, ghirls, Cravats
Bluets, Cotton Ilnndkercliiefslotrs, Buspcnderi, &c.
Gold Watches and Jtwcliy,
Of every description, line and clicun.
N n Itemeiiiler "Lowie-trg t cheap Fvtportum M
ji. anu see i.u ciiaiKe lur eiaminiua U( uus,
Ktjpjnkliurg Aug ii ;J7
TltP. CAMflEN AND AM HOY UAILIIOAU AND
I'll ii.ftiisi nun anu inL.iun ham. nun u
From Philadelphia tt AVtS York, and Jt'ay PUess
I.caves as follows vis: 1'aiie.
At I A. M., from Kensington Depot, via Jersey
City, MM I 92
At ti A. M.. via C'nmiien and jeiiry ujiy,jNcyv
At 0 A.M vla Camden und Amboy, Accommoda
At 7 A. M. via Camden and Jersey City, Morn
ing man. .,
At 111 A. M., by steamboat Trenton, via Tacnny
nml Jerscv Oilv. Morn inn Kinrers
At2P. AL, via Cjniden opd Amboy, C.nmlA-
Uvprcss , ,
At 5 I. M.,ia Camden and Jersey City. i:vcnn3
At 3 1' M , via Camden and Amboy, Accommo
dation, 1st Clap 2
At 3 1 , vln C.i 11 nl en nml Amboy, Accommo
dation, w'd Cla 1
At tl V. AL. via Camden and Amboy, A ccrmi mo
dal Inn, IstClns, 3
At 0 I', AL, via Camden, and Amboy. Ac com mo-,
tuiion m L,iass 1
The 5 l. M Due runs daily, nil others Sundays ex
Ltptpn Lines s'op nt the principal sta I ms ontv.
I'or nplvldore llfuton, riiiilncton , &c . at b A. M.
and -I I1. M., Irnm AVahnit stret-t ntmrf.
Tor Vau r (iap,Hlroiidrburg.Hcrjnl(.n,Vilkr'sbarret
Mont rose, (Irtnt 'lend. &c., MM. AL, via Delaware,
LnckaiVunna at Weslpru llnilrnad.
For Freehold nl 11 A. Al.nml 2 1 Al.
For Mount llohy nt ? A AL. and J1 and 5 1. Al.
For rtrislnl, Trenton, in , nt '-'I and 1 l M.
For Palmyra, Unncorai, Uevrrly, liurlinton, Hor
(h'Niowu, A.c, nt .1 V Al.
Tor Mount Holly, Ihirllngtui .ind Way Ptations nt 5
Sie.imhoat Hiclnrd Ptncktnu Inr IluiHnRloa and (Iris
to nil A AL,iiud f.r Iwrdntowu and Inlcrinediatc
I1ipps it S I'.Al.
atenmboat Trci.tou for T.icony nt 1(1 an.' 11 A AL,
and 1 P. AL.nml fur Iliirliugtnu nml tiriMol nt 4 1'. M.
AM lines, excijl 1 A. Al , lenvo Walnut tt.uhnrf.
JjT 1'iHy pounds ol hasiisp mil vnlbmrd earh pis
BPimcr. l'aiieiijcrsnrL' prohibit til from t ikintr mi) thing
as Lapsngi but ili' ir wcnrni; nrpircl. All lin eif npo
over lilty pounds 10 Pf aid tor t'Sira- Tho Company
limit their responsibility for Initaj to ono ihilMr ppr
poimn, iiiid will not be' liable pr any amount hejond
SKiiJ, except by spiclal rnnlrart
WAI II. UAT3MCK, Agent.
C. fc A 1-. II CO.
R. IL MORItLLL, Asenl,
Sept 20.1flu7 pdila lr. II a. Co.
AN INVAI.IMM.Ii WMIK I'OH W nKNTrt.
I WJIll.Y tMIUWI.U ll.wii , l.'lifv.
x V.it J !', MANUAL tt MAMir.OIJK
'.AWlVSwu''.''. . r:i tup. AKn.itri'r.ii.-
. i.'. MANUAL U MAMir.OIIK
"Ttvj-r'f'('nlit.tillittc nil ntilhtio nT lllf
. ' Mir- III -vl r IOIIII III 1113
ease rnnirncied by proiiiipru
s tin pcxnal interrnure. by
W'l!ilV en's, Hli advice lor their
prcveulion, wr:tten In a famihir sijle, nvoidinz
nil updir-al t''chtiic.ihttet ami rvtryllinit; that
Uimbt nnVnd Hie enr n d''CPlirv.
Tcati'iwny of the Preffmor nf Obnterlr in Prnn
Colfeaf VkttaMpM.nU lltWKK'i MKUICIL
m MIACJlf ' Thu nut hor ol Hum work, unlike the
inajiiriiy of thnsu who advertise in rnre Hie dihenrn
nf u liitli II treatt, Is n prndinte nf one nl tne ln-Bt
iLm Uollitfrs In III" If nitwit Hlnt"N. tl nllrd't me i't.i
Hire in recoiiMiieuti linn in tbo uufnrluiiaie. nr 10
. the lctlin of iu.il pnctlre, as n sncrri-rfiil and f3t
Ui pcrc'iireil prartlllniier In w huse hon u and inteb'.
(f) iy i1 lV place the 2ieaiet r-tnfliletire.
. Jo-tfii Lo.tn'noRR Al. P.
From A, It'oodtrtird, M P. of Fcnn. Uutrmtty,
, It pivrs me plei?iire in nd niV tPflimony to the
r trnfedioii:il ability n tlte rttriin- il
.VaiMti." Nnuifraiif rnscs 1 1 Hi-piipp nf tin 0mi
Ital Oigamr. somoufthm il lonif stin.iin-.', hive I
conic tiiHicr my nonce, in inru nm cmii ii.ih ih-i-h
man I Test in resinrinj to perfect health, in sonn
in cm urn wit fro t lie patient has been (nusiilrreil
beyond mrdiciil niil inllx trr-.ititient of (-eminnl
ucakiirm. nr ilisnrrantfemfnt ol ihn lini'-tioiis pro
iluced by Hlf Jibae, or Vatct of venery, I do mil
know hii superior in ihe profession. I have been
nctvnunied uiih iho Author nnn iturtv vinrii. mid
iieni it no more than jmiJpo to him n1 well a n
KHHiticus m iii'-unniriinuic vicuiii ui i niiy iiiuii'
eri'tlun, to riTfiiinu'iid him an onu in wlnn pro
leslonnl sKill and Integrity ihry in ly salt-ly ton tide
Alfred Woopwarp, HI. D.
One copy, securely enveloped will l Inrwarded
free of poctasp to nnj pntt of ih! United St tes,
lor 25 cents, or n copies, fur $1 00.
trVAililrepsCOaUENt CO., Publishers, Ilex 107,
Zf llniikseprs, Canvnssers ond rtox Agents
supplied on the most Illegal terms.
D.c 5, 1857 V
Of all iIImpsu; tint great, flracaiHe
Ppringa Irom npgiert oT Nature's lauB.
WIIUN ACORE Iri GUARANTEED 111 AM. STACKS
OV SECHET DISEASES,
Silf-Jibuti, Jferrous DebilUy. Strirtures. films. (Irani,
DiaHtes, Distates of tlia Kidntpi ard Bladder, Jllcrcu.
ni' ItUimatism, Scrofula, rata in tlt& Haves and
SlnUes, Diseases f the Lungs, Throat. A"m ad Fyet,
Cher sv pott the Body or Limbs, Cancers Drojmy. J pi
leptte Fits, t Ft la's Dance, and alt diseases arising
Jrom a derangement of the iciual Organs,
Huch as Nervous Trembling, Lot of Memory, Lri
of I'cwer. General Weakness, nin.nofs of Vi.imi uiih
peculiar spol appenringbtlore Ihe ejes Loss of Bight,
WtttaeliiliiPiia, UiMll,J' Mvit IMsean', Eruptions
, uce. Tain m Iho lack anil In n.l, IVmalii lr-
,ar,ei j Improper ilitrlurpes from liolli
liatler not froiu nhal tuusu Hie disease
criginateil, lioweycr lon ftandins or ohtliuatc the
n. rrtcrer ii certain, and iu a shblter time than a
iierninncnt curt can be tlH c li d hy any other treatment
even niter Ihe disease has l alilid the skill of eminent
physicians and resisted all t he j r minus of cure, 'llial
medicines are pleasant without odor. causl nc no sick
iicFsnui! Iri o Irom mercury or balsam. Jiurinp. twemy
eais or practice I hive rescued lroni tlie Jaws of
Death man y thousands, who, In Hie last Biases or lho
nbovo mentioned diseases had been civen "P to die hy
their lihysiciain, which warrants me 1 n promising to
the afflicted, who may placo themselves under my
care, a perfect and inol speedy euro. Hecrot diseasea
are tie erealctt enemies In health, as they are the first
cause ol Consumption. Pcrofuln and many other dis
eases and should he a terror to the human Inmily. As
nnennaneut cure is scarcely ever rllicied, u inajurllv
of" the cases falling Into llio liinili of incompetent
persons, who not only fail tn cum lho diseases bill
ruin Ihe constitution, tilling the system with mercurv,
which, with the disease, hastens llio suirercr into n
Ilui should Hie disease and. the treatment not eauao
death speedily and the victim marries, the uibcase Is
enlaiteu upon iho children, who nre born with letlilo
1 r mailed upon no ruiiurrii. hw lire wiu v uu in ,
.ni.Liu,iiln,a. nn.l iho nirreni nf life corriinllMl bV a
1 virus which betray irfcll In Scrofula, Tetter Ulcers,
Eruplloi.f out) other utrections of the skin, yes, throat,
1 Cl.V ABUSUIs another lormlilabie enemy to ncaiiu
tases cuuses so destructive a .Irani upim iul sytii t n
drowina its tliousautis ol vltllms iiiruiicu a lew ji;uii.
of sunerihg down -j;-, J
nriiio fiiiiHity miMiin i i T3 iit'eiiien
of lilo, eausca menial deraiipement, prorata Ihe poor
.luui.inmnein ol , lie s va icm. insul a u.iL'd lur luiti ii.iuv.
consumption ami n train or evni more 10 no cinnneii
tlnn death itself Willi lc Hlllest confidence OSure
the iinloriuiuie viciiitis oirej.ihuu ui.u a i" i'i" i
and spceilycure can be i llecteJ, and with th nbmiuou
U1CI11 Ol rillliuiis I rati lira ii- "un"' , b
,.T!'.!.'!l!!Jc,.e,inr.e. fifil'0''ei.B'.l,J 1,,.0.0,f.'!irrt
the eoimnn. nf the nubiic nrints In catch and rub the
unuarv suffe ori that million, have their conftitu
imns mined by the vile compound, of niiork uwiok,
Medkiues." i have carciiiny anaiizeii many of the
...,ium ujhlf.li lnri.ml nf rt. r 1 ti t, I lin .litr.tiin ftlBHllteB
U.BV...t ...... . .... v-m w. to
tim s)stcm inr me
Three lourllis of tbo uatcnt nostrums now in urn
are pul up by unprincipled and ignorant persons, who
(10 nul uiiucrsianu even me mpiiiiuvi u. uie Ti,(ii,ra
laciiica, aud are caually ns destitute nl uny knowledge
of the human system. having ono oiijectuniy m view,
and thai to mako money rejar. less oironsequences.
Irrecillarities and all oitcasesuf tooles and females
treated on principles established by twinty .nr. of
oracticc.ond sanctiolied by thousands of Outmost re.
...i.uL m..,ii,,,.;.. uiu, run .iiieriinn. mm
to any pan of the unii.it Biatts or uanadas, i,y
lients eouih'Uliitaling their symptoms by letter- UusU
tiess correspouuelice siricuy cniiiiiieiiiiiu
Address. J BUMMUIIVII.I.U, M II..
UOice. 1131 I'm "far street (old No llKl.i
llclow lellib I'hiUi'clphia I'a
Written for the Democrat,
Oa Q El S
'nf that the ntio Jth
Svfgetfedby hnring that the ntw McthcJiti Chvrtk, at
, will very toon hi ready for dttlication,
Watchman, tchatbodtitbt night? Tho morning dawneth,
Dark clouds disperse, nud hi no skies doth appear
Though scarcely largo as hand of man now speak
Qf hope and oy, to Weary anxious hearts.
Long, long havo we, like JuiWs rnptives lonely,
In diitanl Babylon, our mournful litrps upon the
willows hung ;
No Temple fair hath cnll'd our way-worn feet
From weekly toils, to sit beneath lis holy dome.
It n 1 1 1 1 unto the cluitds our consecrated fane
DMh lift it bnrnlih'd spire I and now" we Joy
To know, that soon the multitude shall swell
The song of praiso within our Temple' walls I
Hot! on the prtied-for time, wlifn, as In days of d,
And the nblcst uhiie winged Dove shall o'crdssprcatl
Mis shtltrrlng love and holy heavrn form pence I
Then fh llthemsnor God, v.itliofl' of rldtest gra;o, 1
Wooall to seek the bloo I bnu? ht Mercy seal,
Wherothinesllic Fethv 's Otory, through llc matcliless '
I.ct nil rpjoiccl let rnlnl and pinrtrr conic,
Ant Jnln ivltlluf In lpi'.irl-!ell:)r.ilii! dfjuyl
Come, infanl pattering feel, anil rlillc'linoJ'i eraccrul
Tin: runny heart ofyoutli, tin- mnn of rilver linlr?.
Tliu nialil of calm meek brow, ami voice of sweetest
Anil, oh! ye nohlo youtliF.Jwho irniltitteniive ear .
To v,oril. ol Lu mine 7cal, conic Lleiul your manly lone
Withouri. Listto initruetton't unrniP- voire.
Which lililsjou -100111 not' the il.cp lion I ofain,
Anil shown trie idling adder in tile ruliy wine
'Tl. Wtidom liiils you spare Die holy liiiuio ol Jesus ,
N'or rashly nrtatlt lt.vlti) the lipirofune:
Then, come with us. nml wo Kill do you goodt
t'dr of our Itratl t courts the Lord hath ipohen good,
A riil when wp sir shall how, ami uilli one he'rl ,
The Klnpof kings, Willi solrinn anetiiinrc,
Then slnll the llessitig come, anil Zion'a hcauleous
Sh.ill glmlly wrlrnine converts nuirerous, fair,
As moniln;' couutless ilrops of ctittnln; pearl ;
Ami we no mure, as nuie, shall snilly sich
The hcarreH plcnteavs lj, hut laborers are few
Jinusry 1st, 135H,
A Bank that Never Breaks.
Mr, , a merchant now residing in
Phtludclnhin, who formerly lived in rather
extravagant style, was in the Inbit, every
Monday morning, of giving his wifo a
certain sum of moncv fortablo and Iiouc
. n 1 - . . ,
lTOlU CSpCllUlturCS fur tllC WCuK, IlO UCVCr
mentioned his business to his wife, and she
deeming him sufficiently capablo of atten
ding to his own affairs, never inquired into
them. About (ivo years after marriage,
through some slight mismanagement, and
tbo rascality of bis confidential clerk,
5Jr. suddenly brnho, and his fall was
mentioned sympathiz'.ngly" on chango,
and liko all such matters, tbcro all tbo
symp itby for him ended, Tlio merchant
kept the affair a secret, and tho firt iuti-
mation bis lady had nf it was a paragraph
in tbo newspaper. Shortly after dinner
was over, on Ihe discovery of tho startling
faoi, Mrs, rcnucs'cd hor husband to
remain in tho parlor a few moments as she
had something to say to him. Sho loft
tho room, hurried up stairs, and shortly
after returned with a splendidly bound
Bible in her hand. Handing it to bcr
husband sho said :
Qeorgc, tho day of our marriago you
gave mo this precious book as a token nf
your love, apd a rich fountain to look to in
tho day of trouble.
Its pages havo been precious to rno ; and
aa your brow looks sad to-day, I now re
turn ft to you, that you may gleam from
it somo consolation in the hour of gloom,"
Sho then left tbo room.
Tho merchant opened tho book careless
ly, and a bank bill fell out. no picked it
up and glanced at its face it was a $10
bill. lie opened tbo book again, and
another of tho same amount was before
him. Ho opened it at tho first pago, and
- - -
nnnt nnml tn fiiwl Aft V mlu-nnn nvnrii lirn
leaves, till llC arrived at tllO OOmillcnCCniCnt
I of BeveUtions, Ho was saved .
Ho rang tho boll a servant appeared.
) iuiiuuoii vuui 1u1s1.u9.-1 m .uiuvi iu mu
, immediately," said tho merchant.
Tho lady obeyed, entering tho room with
bwcen a tear and smile,
"Katol Ivatol where did you procuro
this monoy V
"This is tho weekly savings of our
' household expenses for tho last fivo ycaM,"
I ,i,A n,,,,iae, ni ,, it T,,nv
- "" l"u
1 pUt ten out of the twenty dollars you gavo
,nn jntn our Rililn bank, that when a dav
upon us wo should havo
' m t i Ut re. tn. onwrt ti'n ffntn ll.n -.lf f
, i ill l-W OJli luiu UIU II I'll ,
1 . .
Ii lint wliv rv.it in tlin llililp. Ivnfn ?"
I , -r," 1 11 , i'i
, jjuyuusu lb ta liuuu u.lls i uuu Wlliuu
, " ,,.,.,
, mil not suddenly break," replied the
i , i ir, n .;,i ,i,
" 1 OU arO atl BUgel, lVatO, CrlOU IhO
.... ... . . . ' . .
ia. delighted husband, clasping tier to
' Aud so slio is,
Decs any one doubt
A Daupin County Roinanco.
In Dauphin county. Pa., somo soven
years ago. lived a vcaltby farmer, who
was blessed with a family of bis. children,
iho eldest of which was a beautiful girl of
seventeen summers. A young man in tho
neighborhood, who was of a good family
feigned attachment to her. Young and
inexperioncod, slio fell into tlio snare ect
for licr, Shortly after her ruin was ftC'
foinplislied, tho young man, fearinr tlio
wrath cf her father, when tho eonsequen
ccs of his villainy should becomo apparent; j
absconded. Tho cirl fcclinir her fhamo
fled to Ilonisburg, flinging her bonnet iu-
to a crook which flowed through her fath-
cr9 farm, order to make her frionds be
lieve she was drowned. Shortly after her
Supposed death, her father, Upon wllOSO
Illind tho CVCnt Weighed heavily, wishing
1. i , c , m, , , . "
t0 lui'VC ,ho SCUne f b,S affliction, Sold bl3
farm, and removed to Crawford COUUty,
in tuo moan .mo .ho liatl roar ,eil liar- ,
n?Uurg, taken tho cars West, and in a few
days found herself at the only tavern ., a t(j q( g of ti Such was tho view taken in planning I dent and Managoro feel conscious.thatcv
socluileil village in the interior of iMicbuan. ' ' , ,. r ..,,,, , and c imnlctinetho I'cnnsvlvaoia llailroad. cry exertion in their power has been m.tde
The landlady was a kiad-hcartcd woman
and at that particular timo Mas in need of !
an assistant. She hoard tho story of tho
poor girl, sympathized with her, and liking
her appoaranto, insisted on hor making
that her homo, In tins houso she passed j
c,i yvnnrn n nAliInn mnnl 1 1 1,-1 I
ja.o vui.inm.,,., mi uu.iraa
introduced licr as a widow slio earned
, 1., ,
friends and received many advantageous
offers of marriage.
Ono morning about sis months ago, sho j
was in the sitting room when the stago !
drove up. The windows of iho coach wcro 1
.1 -.l ,T.. ....l.l . e ,1 -
uunu, aim cuu tuum mju inabi oi uiu pas-
sengcrs. Among them was a laoo that
seemed (-.miliar to her. bho looked acain.
. " '
nnd with a shriek fell fainting on tho floor,
it wus licr scuucerl mo landlady soon
't,l"w,M uu.er.u. -
ncd that justico should bo dono. Sho
1.!... f-.i- !
that ho should repair tho injury he had
inflicted by making her his wifo. To this
ho al onco consented. Thrco months af er
bis flight from Pennsylvania seized with
remorse, he had stnrted back with tbo in
tention of marking her. On tbo way ho
had picked up a nowspapor, which contain
ed an account of her tragical death. Foci-
...g t.iU in ..ur uuiimoiy
onu, neari-sick anu ski, no lurueu bacl: a
changed and better man. Ho bad settled
uown, accumuiaicu property, and was a
i . i . ,
mnn of standing and influence. The joy
of the girl when she mot with bcr ropon -
tant lovor, may be imagined. They wcro
married that evening, and tho next mourn
ing started for Pennsylvania. Ascertain
ing tho address of bcr father, thoy came on
to Buoyrus, Ohio, as fast as steam could
oirry them. Words cannct paint tho ran -
bosom a daughter ho had mourned as dood
for six long years. Explanations were
made, all was forgiven and after passing a
lew wccks ui uuauuyi'u nuppiucss ai ino
rcsidonco of tho girl's father, they return
ed to their homo in tho West,
A Murdered Boy Come to Life.
New Haven, Conn., Deo. 19. Last
wiuter a boy namod (Jharles bage,
uuuw uiuutsu ji;.u ui "Bu """'uo
from his homo in Cromwell near Middle-
town, in tins state, and an irisnraan named
1 atnok Nugent, was charged with mur-
1 dcring him and putting his body under tho
ice, in tho Connecticut river. In a few
months atlcrwarus, a ooy was lounu in mo
wituoiis a -ncau. inis couy was
believed to bo that ot tho missing boy,
1 ... !, 11
- . .
ITOm SOVOTal tUJTKS UP0I1 It. US
, . . . . .
from a portion Of tllO ClOtlllDg
afterwards, tho lining of an over,
" -a '
lounu answenog to uio ucscnpuon ox
.-. .... j .... L
I Somo months after, a sailor, named Ren
1 eon directly charged Nugent, the Irishman
with tho murder, uo sain no saw mo
deed deno, and assisted Nugent in putting
tho corps under the hay-mow. Ho deseri
bod tho dress tbo color of Ins hair, Sc.
declared that ho had not any pcaco of mind
i (tinnn fltn rnnrrlnr. nnd that bo had coino to
Cromwell especially to divuigo an lie Know
about it. no confronted Nujcnt audi
charged tho deed upon him'. Tbo accused
denied it, but trembled from head to foot,
. , 1 Ml f 1 i. XT 1 1
truo bill was found against, Nugent,,
A Trim mil wns imimi niriLiiiL iiiiriini. ,
. . , , , ., t '!
and 110 Was to liaVC UCOn trietl IU1S monui.
1 , , 1 1 ,1 ,1.
Within a lflW UavS llOWeVCr. 1110 miSSin' i
" " lu ",a . "V""1-'! i 'o,
boy has beon tiisco7ored 111 tho interior ot
Ponnavlvinln Iiv riiq nnclo. A sneeial
1 ennSJIVania, uy U1S UUC 0. A sptJCiaL,
Court was immediately held, and Nugent '
... , '
his ., . , , , . f .:...-
' with intent to tako life, and acknowledged
his guilt. Tho crimo will sond him
1 ui.r.'o li.:r lie,
States 1'riEOII tor JIIC.
I U t $ a r i .
Cattawissn, Willlainaport. and
Erio Railroad Company.
"At a meeting, of tlio president and man
agers of tlio Catawissa, Williamsport, and
Urio ilailroad .Company, Lcld At tljetr of
fice, No. 4i7 Walnut street, PbiMolpbia,
on (lie 20th of Dcocniucr, 1857, the annnal
report of tho president and managers was
read, and, on motion c'f Mr. E. M. Davis,
seconded by Mr, D. Salomon, it wa? unani
mously adopted, and tho secretary dircotcd
to publish the 6amc, for the information of
the stock and bondholders of tho company,"
From tho minuics.
Josehi It. Paxton, Secretary.
At tho annual mooting of the stockhol
ders of tho Catiwissa, Williamsport and
Erio llailroad Comnanv, held May '1th
1857, it was resolved to change tho fiscal
year of tho company so as to correspond I
., , v
h tho report pubjiahed in October 150.
I ho accounts woro accordingly wri ton
U.I1, UUU IliU IVDIIII I1UU1U UlU ,lilU I
hnp.n nrnsnnt.ri.il tn tlin Rtnck nr.d bond hoi
dors, had not tho absorbing demands of tho
Into finanni.il crisis imnoscd unon the time i
and encrr-ios of tho officers and managers '
of llio company interfered with the earlier !
nren!lration of ,tloir roport. I
Tl,n l,.,.inn.. !, .r .limva r. vnrv
. . .
'arS increase over mo previous iwcivo i
mmtlu in ,ho frc5 ,lt aopattlrlclltf amou,. ;
tl,irtsi tunMnA firo lm,lr,,l i
large increase over tho previous twelvo
,03( at a prQQt tQ t(l0 con)pany 0f ovcr
fifty-three thousand dollars
na?son"cr travel has also consider-1
. . . . ...
, , jn-.-.-pj simwinr- a snrnliis of cioht '
tl j ,t hundred dollars over last
.:. i.,a.i: .i. ..: i .i:.:.
y u.il , nun! itiiaiauuiu viiu uuuuia.i iiii-
nulioo in this department amon tbo rail-
i r0ads o tho country in 1857.
j ti,0 im-Seellanou8 earnings havo oxcood
i eJ b nin(J tbousan(i Cvo imn(rca dollars
. .tl. "
those nf tholastyoar; tho receipts from
Hori.a vxnr(!55 Onmnanv havinr- added
L - J O
r llila 1 fiauiftn itinrt nf rnvnmiri Tlin fifin.
tract with tho Government for mal trans-j
portation has been also doubled, producing
an additional revonuo of 87,051,37.
The total increase iu tho receipts from cast of Cattavfissa, and expect to supply extinguishment of this debt,,and the at
all sources amounts to somo seventy-five , not only tho local demand on ourroufe, but sorptjon.of all tle unsecured bonds of tbo
tliniunnil ilnlkvs nrcr tile! cnrrcsnnnilinrr
ioj of tho rrcviou3 j.car
, Annnndr-.l to this rc-nnrt. v.i',1 br. found
1. .- - -1
an interesting statement of the comparative
.,... of ... r(vul fol. 10 lwn vonrs
lgW lho diaractor anJ classifi!ation3
t of iu tonnage, and detailing its various
.. nf -.
By this it will bo seen that in tho single
articlo of railroad iron, there his boon an
incroaso from 10,000 tons to ovcr 29,000
and in lumber from 23,871 to 43,101 tons,
1 wllicbi iu faot 0ODStituto tha priucipal ;n.
Tho h.mh.T nroducC(1 !n' fman
a&a at Williamsportand ita n cig hborhood
j ani ;3 forwaraed tQ ,ho PWlndclpbiii mar
kct, ao well as to those of Pottsville, Head -
in" and other towns on tho route.
Tho iron has moved almost exclusively
northward towards Elmira, for tlio vasi
consumption .of tho railroads in Now York
State, and tho northwest, nnd is mahilv
fa prociUct of tho largo rdling mills at
iDanvillo and PhccDixville.
Both of tbeio tranches of buiinoss wilt'
coatiuuo to bo of increasin importance to
, tho road in their present channols, and with
I fa failltic3 which will bo afforded bv the
1 Quakake railr'od in the ensuing year, of
ring directly tho unlimited markets of
New York and tho cast, it is estimated by
fa jcaicrs that tbeir shipments will ho
I . .
moro than doubled.
A rofcrenco to tho passenger tablo will
-t .1 i - I ann !1
BU0W mat v i,oi;u (passcgcra wcro carnuu
( ovcr the road tho pist year previous, at on
average chargo of 2,75 cents per mile.
It is a most eratifvins fact that no pas
sct)gcr has ever suffered, either in life or
;mb. bv accident on this road, and duriu"
tho past twelvo months thcro has. boon' no
- mslAr, 0f any moment to record.
aro also annexed tabular abslracts
! of tj 0 financial aeounts of tho company. ;
1 r .1 .i:,.t
a"u ul ,uu """""ti3 uu uHuauuiimu
iiecliuii roads, (half rucciptsoa tboee
LeatlrgiolheCrativvissn road, prnppr. $W7,4'J7 "3
'1'hu total expenses for ihe year, including
the cost of working the con (lectins roads
wer, 1E9 603 14
Leaving tlio net Income. $107,831 M
Th'o interest paid on account of tho fun
ded and floating dobt of tbo compauy, for
tho rear, has been as follows i
to 1 , ., , ,
. The italcments and uibles referred to, will bo at
mbcil lo tbepaniplilci tdiiiaii nflhe Urpur.
lto;;fioar"n,',0",,,SOr,''00'ilo.-.nn,)r16 and from Now York, a fair share of
nuio income bindi. issMw.whicli would, scok this channel, it canno t
Ditto lrn per cent bontii, pliin and cbatt le I. , . , . ( 1 ,
moruaje. yi.vu m
lnlclcii account, batancc.
frcm uliich deduct net income.
Lcirlng a itcflelency in the yMr'abmlnen
aver intcrcalon funded ond fio&tfug ncbt
ofu Ij3,1M 21
, When it is considered that this is tlio
first year in which tbo Cattawissn road lias
really been equipped with machinery at
all adequate to its. trade, and that the uc
lav in comnlctinir the cotincctini? roads has
thrown out all tho calculations of tho y.car'a
, ... .. ' i i " .
business, tb result cancel bo decided an
In tho planning and execution of nil
such great public improvements, the ques
tion for consideration has uniformly been,
whether tho, prospects , of trado to bo de
veloped by tbeir completion were such as
to justify the expenditure. If so, it has
always boon calculated hat any surplus of
mal expenditure over iho income, until
.tl10 trado wa3 fuI'y developed, was a legit
in,0 part of lho cost of constructing tho
, u - I
iiiicrpsi was rcguiany p iiu on iDSiaitiionis
r ?ears and UDtil 1,10 inco,n3 frnm "10
roa(1 enabled it to mako regular dividends,
"'"o annual dhbir,seraents io Stockhol-
dors were added to tho cost of fomtruction.
In no other way can any important enter
PHSO DO aCillOVCU.
Tlin marnifsnni a1t no oilier cnf-mlnr
tion than this fram.tho stock and bondhol
dors of tho Cat'awifsa road.
Tho I.nckawauna and llloomsburg road
has already formed its connection with nur
own !ln(1 passengers and freight are being
regularly convoyed to W uucsDarro and all
intermediate paints. Opening up, as this
mail does, tho rich trade of the Wv lininn
i - 1 a
valley to Philadelphia by our route, and
furnishing art outlet for tho coal of that
I region to rcacu tho groat iron establish :
rueuts situated on tho Oattawissa road, tho
.... ...... .
importance ot this contribution to our lu
' ture inoome can scarcely bo fully cstima-
yThc Macaulay Mountain Coal Compa.
j ny hayc also completed their railroad cou-
I neefmn with our road; about nine miles
1 also to COmnoto larcclv with the Shamokin
, rcgion, in sending coal to Elmira and the
I northern markoU: ond on tho oneninc of
tbo Quakake branch, they calculate on
supplying the eastern and New York mar
kets, by that chauncl ovcr our road, in
competition with the coal from tho Scran-1
This deposit of coal in tho Macaulay
Mountain 13 ono of tho most extensive and
valuable propcr,tix!3 in tho. State, end con-
tains many millions of tons, in veins of
from fifteen to twenty-five feet, nil above
water level, remarkably puro and free from
The wholo of this coal, as well as that
of tbo adjoining mountains, finds tho only
1 outlet to any marl ct over our road, and,
' if tho product of these mines should beat
! all commensurate with tbo fair expectation
and admirable preparations of thoir own-
crs, tho revonuo to tho Oattawissa Compa
ny (rom this soureo alono, will, in a year's
time, equal tho interest on tho first mortgage
nonus ot uio uompany.
In addition to these valuable openings,
and far more important than all other pros-
poets of revenue to tbo Oattawissa company
I is tbo Quikake "Valley road, which has
j made gr.sat, apd rapid progress since tho
, annual moetmgin May. Nearly livo miles
of the track have been already laj.d, leav
ing but seven miles to complete the conncc
..... .. ... . . , ,r
tion witn tho ueavor JJJeadow roau. Miio
materialfor all tho bridges is on tho ground
rwl TtT ndiAinn 1 1 n nfca nlno Acllmnlne
vwu wuvi t
tnat, in sixty aaya irom tho penoa 01 roc
ommoncmg the work in tho spring, the
- 1 wholo line cun bo in working order. This
, road has been almost entirely constructed,
thus far, by outsido subscription : the Oat-
, tawissa compauy having temporarily as
! sumcd less (ban $10,000 cf tho total cx
pendituro to this time:
Tho Ucavor Moidn7 Company have
' .nlmprlKorl AQO flflli in tlm fmnnrtnnt rnn
nect'ion, op, wLich they have regularly paid
I tho pro rata instalments. A similar sub-
fiio tnnn.nnr. ftf thn T.olilrri, Vnllfiv Unil
00 I . - fc,- j
road Company, which it is hoped will
assume tho form of efficient assistance early
in tho ensuing season.
Tho coal, iron and lumber trado from
Pennsylvania, which will bo opened out to
Now York by their routes through this road
would justify their undertaking its com
pletion alono. And when to theso aro nd-
ded tho travel and trado of tho Groat West,
uo tiouoicn mac tuo small amount ronuisiio
to finish the Quakako connection will bo
furnished in tho spring by tho parties in
terested. It is .proper hero to stale that very con
siderable reductions havo boon effected in
tho working expenses of tbo road the pust
yoar, and an arrangement has been conclu
ded with tho littlo Schuylkill Compauy, by
wlucu tho payment by tho Oattawissa
Oompuny, for tho use or their track is rc
A.,A f . !.! i ,i s r ,t
duccd from onc-hnlf to oocthird of tho
gross receipts on that road. At the rate of
last year's busincs( this would effect a sav
ing id this .company, of pbout, S'C.OQO
tho total amount paid them having been
Tlio whole road and rolling stock aro
in perfect condition, and, it is believed, no
furih'cr cipondituro .will ,bo required on
those accounts for several years. .
Such arc the condition an I prospects of .
the Oattawissa road. . In layine them bo-
fore tho bofed and stockholders, tho Presi-
or tuo.iuicrua-a ui uu concerned.
0vin3 to t!, unparalleled pressure of
the last few months, their duties have prov.
cd very .arduous, apd the utmost effort has
been required to prevent those sacrifices
which tho commercial orisis wo are passing
through has entailed on so many similar
Wo havo felt it our duty to stand firmly
and quietly at tho helm, during this,. slorm.
It was useless ti appeal for assistance,
when our friends needed all their. attention
and resources for their own protection.
... . .. .
llut wo loot it equally imperative, now
that the .worst is over, to call attention,
most oarnestlv. to the imnortaner. of fnnrl-
it - 1
in? tbo flouting debt of tbo company, and
placing this important enterprise on a per-
! mancm foundation.
It is no loss tho interest of tho bondhol
ders, than the stockholders, to do this.
And it; is especially important to the
holders, of the unsecured income .bonds,
whoso property is valueless, if the credit of
tho company should bo destroyed.
A plan will early be submiftsd for tho
I COlllfianv. bv which. It is bplinrcd. Ihn in-
tcrests of all parties will .bo .cnsur.ed, and
thovaluo of lho cemnadvs .wenri ion emit-
L J D '
By, order of the Managers. . ,,
Thomas Kluber, Jr., President.
ICcSoes. ",And wilt' thou ever, ever be
unfaithful to ma againl"
''Nay, dearest, "he replied.
j And she neighed Uaufslown Gas.
"And wilf thou bo ray own faithful, lov-
ing wife I Oh, wilt thou,!"
And sho wilted, Johnsons Age,
"And we shall live lovinslv together in
a dear liltlp shanty shan't o!
And thoy sbantted. Lou, Jour,
flSTJohnson. and Goldsmith wcro ono
day dining together at a taverpj the repast
was sctjII logp pf lambs. Johnson, who
liked to tease the poet, asked, "Goldio,
bow many cf these odibles would it take to
reach tha moon?'' "Odo, if it was long
enqugn," rgpnoa Uoldsmith. iNp moro
philosophic questions were put that sitting
Jones Tha philosopher Jones has
discovered tho respective natures of a Dis
tinction and a Difference. He says that a
little Difference. frcfjuently makes many cn
- emies whilo a httlo Distinction attracts
- hosts of friends,
KyA. young lady on being a,slod if sho
,'nlAn.ln.l l.-t C i
h.mviwh n.mu- mui uygci iiug iu
- cUurcli, saia she riid'at intend to wear any-
If sbo kept her word, sho must havo
j had a cold timo of it.
- r.'3-"There aro no songs comparable to
- tbo Soogs of 'Aioa : no orations equal to
thoso ot tho 1 rophets ; and no politics Jiko
those which tho Sotipturcs teach
JSyrTIio pigs in the land of Coeaignc,
by say ola story, run about ready roast-
ed, crying "como eat mo V
Vo do not despise all ttcso who
havo no vices, but those who have not ono
..... f- .
Sgylt is a maxim of prudence to leave.
Borne things be foro thoy leave us.
jar- Avarice and; vanity - . ... -(.,-
J fa' elements rif !; -ro 1