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"TO IiOLD AND TRIM THE TORCH OF TRUTH AND WAVIil IT O'ER THE DARKENED EARTII."
$2 00 PER ANNUM
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BLOOMS BU KG COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA, SATURDAY JUNE 22, 1861.
fTUnLISUED liVERY SATURDAY, II Y
LEVI L. TATE.
IN BLOOMSUURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
1tkt ntw Hrifl HuU-Hag, eppoilte the I'.rthange, hy tide
Court lhuse. "Democratic Head Quarter."
xhiiMs of HunscniPTioy.
tl'DO In ttihnncn, tor mi ropy, for si month.
175 Itt aUimr', for one copy, one year,
B m If not p ild within thu llrnt three tnontti.
ti M irii(t palti within thu llrtit six months.
. "B 50 If nut paid within the year.
Bv" No giihrrlptlm taken for leea thin el x month,
ind no pipit dlkcuiitiiiucd until all arrcarusua shall liau
K7" OrillnarvADi'RTt-'EMr(Tl!i3rrtcJ,un(l Job Work
'feiccutcd, at tint established vricci.
BAIriMOKli LOOK HOSPITAL.
T Ml founder of this Ockbraled InMitmimi, oflVrr the
niot r-'tt.iin. np!t'ily, unci unly ctlVituut rruinly in
the wrl I for fHVctn fr iiift-ti, ttric ttirn, Homiiii.i1 wrak
eifss, l'niiH In Hi J l.iiit, Cniintili.timi.-il IklnUty, luipu '
luncy, U'imKiii-Kii of the II.uk ami l.fnih. AllY'ilion id
ho Kl.liM-yn. Palpitation nf th ! Ili-art. li-ppiia. Nun
otis Irritability, Disease of tho llt-ud, Tliro,it. Nimo or I
Pkln, unl till thoiie ffriona ami nitliiiulitl Ji-ururs
ferUtug from tlu tlutnutiu h.ibitu of uutli, whith tic
troy hoth liody nnl muni. Tln-ne m-in-l ami M'hi.iry
practice, are uioro lat.il to tln-ir Ictinn than tho nunr uf
xhu tiyreii to the mariner I Jlyiici. Mihtlim tln-ir inot
brilliant hope und uiitkipalimiis rendering nurnugu t.
Married pi'Mnn, or Yonnij .Mm conteinplnfliu mnr
flaee, l-'inu aw are of physical weakni'ii,.iir.;aiiie th uhilj
ty,nl(.lormitix, Ate, shnnhl ifiiiiieiliat.-ly tunault lr
'JuhiMtoti, ami bj ri'-itorcil to perfcit health.
Ho who pl.irei himself under thu care u lr. Johnston,
'may re.j!muidy contiilu in hi honor n a (; iitlcinen, uml
confidently Kly upon In Kill n a phylum..
iiiimeili.it.ly cure I ami lull iiior rect'-red.
'l'hi dusMffii thu pfii.illy most fruiucntly paid by
1hoi who have, brimme tho t ulim uf improper tmluliti'ii
'den. V1M1114 purloin are too apt to unumit cxct'c (mm
not brln 11 an. in "f tins ilrL'inlful miihpucu that itm
imiiie. Now, whoth.it und'Tdlamls th.t iuljv( twill pre
tend to ilmy that the power of procreation 14 loxt iiim-r
by iliiww fnllins into improper h. tints tlun h the prudent,
lletlde being ih-prhed rt thv ltaurc wt ImmUIi oil-uprlnif-,
the tuo KTiouaml dectrULtUe mptoiiM to
both body and niiml ariitf. Tin f) ctein bpcoun derauir
cd ; thu physical and ini-iitnl power weakened, m-nr-iu
debility, dyipi'pel.i, p.ilpit.ttion of the h.-art, iiuiij:eitiuii(
u wasting otihe fraiuo, L'oujih, Hj luplumsnf Cuittiunp
tli- udicc, No. 7 Hocni 1 uniKK k Ptiiei-t, se( n doorc
from nultunorc htrutt, i:.mt fide, up the tenn. He par
ticular in oliaerviut; the NAMI1 and Nl-'MUKU. or jou
will iniitake tlm place.
A Crc H'arrcntid, or no Charge MtJe, ta from One to
NO Mr.UCL'KV OH N'At'ni'liH'H llllUliS I'fKI).
Member nf the Royal l'oI.-ie id jnru'eon. at London.
fira In it.' from one of tin most emin-'iit CoUeiM. id" tin
United State, and th preater part id wliolif htm
Wn fpent in tli-! tirxt ll.-c pitali oi London, I'.irli. I'Jula-
dclphi.iand eltewhere, has eir.-iled noine t tl tt an
tonuliim! fureath.il werotAtr known; many troiilded
with nnziiik i thu head and car when neli-fp. irrejit
jiervoiiiueit, li.-ti;' alano-d at Miilden MinmW, and h.trh
fillnc, w itll tre-pie nl bl'liHU, altemleil liom.-liiuef W ith
(ioraiiiiueul uf min 1, were tured iu1m.Mt1.1Ulj.
A CIIUTAIN lll.SCASt:.
Whn tli mUifuidt'd and Imprudent t.iry of pleamire
fill.! In: lux imbih-il tlm wed of till p.iiutul diceaM-, H
tint often Inppemthai an illtliii'd m-u! ofrli.une ur
dread of durowry, dUr linn from applying to ihoe
who from fduration and repi.i talnhty t an alone b.frteud
liim, delaj iu till th'' oiiiitutiou,iry Hymptomx oithii
horrid diHeiiite m ike th-iraipiiirauce, toitli a-t ulLerateii
pore throat, dirfea'd noe, mietiirce, p.iim in tin' In ad
mid limit', dlnine of xi.'ht, d-nl'ncH. imde on the rkin
lione, ami arm. Idotrlu on the head. f.ir!nnd evtrcme
tl-.-, proirreini; with rapidity, till at la-t the palate id
the mouth and bone of tint iiokii fall in, ami th 1 let tin of
thiidenejHU becoiu.! a horrid nbjfi li'l'rommiseratit)ii
till death put a period to hi dreadful hi (fori him, by rem
it(iithim to "th it bourne froin.wheme mi lr.neler re
kuru." To xurh, th -refore, llr. Jtdiiii-loii pleilge liiin
nolf to preiier. th.j uiot emioalde wi recj , ami from hi
citeiiitivi practiru in the iirrl lloxpit.il of Lurope and
Amerlra, h-' ran ronlidentl) rei'uimoend xafe and piedy
xaretotlu niifortiiiuie l(titiitifiliix horrid dUeire.
TAKi: I'AllTM.'in.VIt NOl'llML
Dr. J. addredxe nil thm who have ii J tre.l tliemxcUea
by prlvat'i ant improper inmunen&'x.
'lhee are miiii" id' the ad and m lanrholy f-lk-ct pro
ilucfd by earl lutnt of )ouih, i.: Wcakne nf th'
ltack au.l LiiiiIi-, Tain in the Head, liinii"i of iirbt
f MiMcular Tower, Palpitation uf the Hi art. !)
jiepsln, Neroii Irrutaliilii). lleraticcmi'iit of tlm Dice
tivu Fuiictioiit''UeMl Dcbillt), j mptoius of Coiuuiup
MKNTALLV. The fearful Herts upon the mind are
much to be dn-uded. Lieitd' M mory, Confusion of 1 ileus
1) priiSrfiou or tiie rpirii, i.vii 1 oreiionint;, Aversion
of tioclet), 'limit y. &.(-., are omc of the eil produied,
Thouhaud ol perxomi ot all w ran now judge what
jo ttia ram; ol their detliuiKU health. I.ooHtii! their
1 l,rnr I. lit Ui'lltt. II. ill' illl.t I IU.il lilt 'tl. ll.11 111 If hill.
irular appt'arjrie about theoje. Vuugh and fijniptoin vt
1 uVS IVIt:OKATIfl KLMLUV I'Olt
.s. uill.AMU vv I.AIV..M.M1. I
f,.l,l . nr..,.. -.,.l 1,,, n..,ii,t r,..l e. weiiL neau .,r il,,.
,,j ,,..d j, . v ... - ... ..... ,
organs are speedily rured, and Ml! vigor reHoreil. i
i nniMaiois oi mw oiiipi ii.-i.u.in ..i.,,,,........, .,
had lost all hope, have b -en iiuuicill.itfly rilieved. All
.impediments tu Marriage, I'll) steal und .Mental Disiiali- i
Jlcall in. Nervous lrratabilit),TrembliiiL'saiid Weakness i
ir exhail'tatiim of the most fvurl'll kind, speidlly ctlrec'
by Doctor Joliustun.
Who Ii iv. injured tllm-.i'lves by n certain prnrtiic.
audulged in wlieu aloao n habit fre'iu-nlly learned from
evil cviiip.inioiw, or at sihool the i-tlVits of wbiih aro
nightly lelt, even wlieu llrleep, and il not Hired renders
marriage impossible, tin. I destro)s both mind and bud), '
should apply luuueiliately. j
What u pitty that )oung man. the hope of bis riuititry, 1
tlie darling of his parents, should bo siiatthed I mm 1
ull prospeits ttitit enjo)iuelits of life, by thu uiiisuUen.
re. of deviating from the path nl uuture, und indulging
in a.sertaiu seiret habit. Suih persuns beluru ion
should relleit tint a sii'lild tnilid and liody nre the mo
necessary reqnisilies tn oromote rouuubi.il happiness
Indeed, without these th i journey through life becomes i
n weary pilgriiuaeu, thu prospeit hourly darkens to i
Iho viow; the mind becomes shadowed with despair U I
tilled with tho melaiuholy reflection that the happiness
of uuother becomes blighted with our own, I
OITICK N. " SOUTH I'll 111) UKIL'K ST., Hulliuarr, Ml i
ALL SUItaiUAL Ili'llllATlONS I'lUU'OUMIlD. )
t II. Let no false modesty pn-vcut )ull, but lllpl)'
immediately t-ltln r personally or by la Her,
ems disi;asi:h spit.hilv lx'uuii.
The tnlny thousands cured at tins institution wilhin
Ithu last 13 years, and thu niiinerous important Surgical
Operation performed by llr. Johnston, witnessed by
ithu reporters ofthu papers and many other persons, no
lice, of which havu appeared ugaiil and again bi fore Ibu
public, besides his standing as a gentleman of i handler
end responsibility, is a sinhiient giiurautvututhe ulllicte i
N. It. There arc su many ignorant and worthlei.il
VvUackf .dvertising thenisclves I'iivsiiinns, ruining tho
k.ealth of tba already ullluted, that Dr. Johnston ilei-m.
it necessary tu say, espcii.illy to those, unat'iuaiiited
with his reputation, tkut hi. tredeiitials and iliploiuii
lw-uy hang in his oihco.
Taku Nonce. All litters must be post paid, and
contain a postage stamp Ibr the reply, or no an.wvr wilt
TlIHunilrrsigncit, grateful for patt patronage, reiprct
fully inftiniii bUrtiktuiucri and tli'imhlicgencrutly,
tuatboli.iijii.t rucmed from the tdilorno citica, the
tartest and most delect toik uf
SPRING AND SUMMER
,ThM la M l--t n otji'ucd in lUoonukurii, to which lit
iuvltet) tti") atluiiiiou of bU frivitdii, and HKi-urtt tlx-m
thattbey uru otrt-rod for kqIu at great bargain,, llu
titock comprUes u lutgn aorlmeia of
-fJUNTLUMKN'ri WK.MtlN'ti AlTAUi:!,,
Ctmt utinjr ol r.tiiiuiuBLi: Dru dtiia, of every ile
riptlo; I'antg, Vuctn, fhlrt, Cr.ivU ftocku. Cotton
iIandk.urtliiLfdtC!luv4i fciusjn.iiiti'rti, c.
Of every dt-arnptioii fine ami rln-ap.
S, U. Itt-mciiibi,'r Lotrenbtrji'M Chtap Emporium,
call mi J tt'L No i hare u (ur Lk.uoini: Con.U.
lHoonibfciri' .Mittli'. l-'OI (JuKj'.'
IMPORTANT NATIONAL WOUKS
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THU NKW AI'.HICAN CYCLOIMII'I A : A popular
Dictionary of General Knowk'dan, KJited by (lorok
Hir-LKT nud Ciunti A. Daia. alJed by a n diner 0111 re
lert eorpi of writir In all branches ofcl -iirKs Art nad
Literature. TbUwork l be Inn pnhlih d in about l-'i
larite oitavo volumes, carh containing two f"ltnn
(ajici. Vol. 1 to NI Inclusive, hp now r mHen h
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olume wil bu published i.nce In about Hire ,i"nihit
l'ri c, In Cloth, 3:1; Hheep.S'l oU; Hair.Vior.. 9, rail
Hula, 34 SUenrh ,
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AniitnokHtNr or hik Duimk opCoisuhlh: Heine a
political histurj ofthu United Htates. from thu orgumz.i.
tion uf the Hrxt IVderal (uiigr"s in Kf'.Mo lcCn. Killt
cd and compiled hy IIou.Tiiuma If. UtMluf from tho Of
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No other works w ill -o liberally reward the exertions
of Aueids. Ai Aulnt U'tMtll IN Till CoiMV.
Terms made known on application to the Tub laher.
do you ir.isrr trimKt.H
1)0 YOU II'.IAT H IIISKF.HS 1
do you immtji .vusrr.iuiint
DO YOU IM.YrA .IWJCffil
1'ui the Wliiikcrs and Hair.
1'linHilirri)i'r tako pleamirc in announcing to Ihe
ritUeii. of the Unitril Mates, that they havu ob
talui'd thy Agency for, tinilnru now ennbleil to nlt'er to
tint American public, thu abuve justly ceUbrated and
Thu eltiiiiulatini; Uiiuent is prepared by Pr- C V He!!'
iiixh im. an I'liiinent ph) siii.in of London, und is war
ranted to brihi; out tl thick set of Whiskels or a Mun
lachc in from three to .U weeks. Tills nlticlu is the
oily oi f Ihe kind ii,cilhy the Frcndi, and in London
and 1'aris itls in uliiiers.il use.
It l.n h -autifill. icououikal, .oothinfr, ytt Fliinulatlnc
riiuiioond. arliii! as if by majric upon tile roots, cans.
iii'4 a beautiful growth of luxuriant hair. If applied to
the hcalp, it will turu b.tliluen, nnd cause to vprllic up
In plain of the bald spots n line prowtli of new hair.
Applied .'iicordiut' to directions, ii will turn red or tow)
h.irdark. and restore era)' hair to its original color,
leiuing it Mift. smooth, and ll-.-xible. Tlie "llii!iielit"is
an indispensable nrtii I.: in every aentloin.in's toilet, and
alter out weik's usuthey would notfcir imy considera.
tion In without it.
The nhi ribeis are Ili3 only Agents for the article in
till L'uiti d states, to whom nil orders most be tlddres"cd
Price Una Dollar n box for sale by all Drugcii-t und
Dealers ; or n box of the ''Oiuiieut" (warranted to have
tho ib Mredeltect) w i'l bo sent to an) one w bo desire it
by mail (dir 'i t), gecuri y p.n-kfd.ini receipt of price urn.
p.fluge, 1,1, Apply to or adilris.
IIOItAI.'i: I.. Ili'.linMAN &CO.
51 William Sired, .New York
February 21. lGI-l'.m.
Hau lies Jewelry and Silver-Ware.
We wou'il respectfully inform nur frinils pa
trons and the public ireticrally.lhat we have now
eWAJ in More, and oil t Wholesale and Retail, at the
lowest iuh tiriees, a lame and very choice stock ol
Watihes, J -wilry, Mlvrr and I'lated Ware, uf every a
ri tyuiid i)le.
Li ry descriptiou of Diamond Wcrk, and other Jew
elry made to order at short notice. C7- All eoods war
ranted to ho as n presented. N II. I'articularatteiuion
Kiveuio in... repair lug ul IV alt lies and Jiwelry nf every
STAITFF.U U 11AULKY.
N'o. i;-'J Murkct Street, rfujtll side.
Marih 1. ISCl-:hu.
T.I IIOWAItl) ASSOCIATION PHIL
A llen"vol.nit Institution ei-tnblished bv sneciali-nd.nv.
mem, for th.. relief of the Mick nud Di'tnssed, atllirted
with Virulent unit llpidumiu Diseases, mid i specially
f ir the
r-,-ary free to patients in all narts ofthu United Slates
u ... iiB.-uses oi me iib-iuii urKiing. ins
VAI.L' lll.r. ltlll'DKTS uu e-periubtorrhiua, and oth
er Diseases of the SeAiiul Organs, anil on the NKW
, i.r.Mi.lill.ti i'iiipii)eil. sent to th' altlirteil In si a id
letter envelopis, tree of charge. Two oi three Maiiins
r... . i... - .... .... ...... I
., r,,.t,at- iii uu ueicpiauiu. .mures. UU, J F lv.1 ..
LIN HiilJUllTllN. Acting Surgion, Howard Associa-
uoii, rto. a coiuin rtimn Plretl, t'auauilpl.ia I'n.
DS 8 I ! 8t Ife St B I ! K ' I
rplll. unJersigneil is prepared to supply Urick, of a
good oualily. at lair price, lie will be foutid at Hi.
Ilriik Yard of D. L, V'Klnuy. near .McKelvv & Ntal's
fumac-i. l'i r-o'is tUsirliigto purcha-e wlifdow.llto
can as btlck Will oe Uliule mill ran.t be scld.
1. 1. Fl'llMA.V, jignt.
ft"1 Kill (KHI now on hand and ready for sale,
Ulooinbur.'l'b.'J, it,l-3iu. J. II. 1'.
WALL PAPER ! WALL PAPER!
JIMT recthed froiu tbo iimnufaitorU'i -In i,ogtvi, an
urliilo uftauft net llt-nt n.ility. I rliulk'i.gi! comp..
litiou an to style and price. .The unili.-rtgnuil will Kitji
h trili-rf lo iiuirh any of tlm tftjlc m b&ii.l-und la
thuuiily Lkpericuced 1'Ai-kit lUsukit, .11 ibid tk-ttiuii of
thu (;(iu.it)-is.iuiiiy Lmuimic Stoik an examination
u" Call uUttipvrWruat Office.
C. J, THORNTON".
Wooiiuburg March 'UA Iclil .
J. 1. II J JB Ii R ,
(Successor til J. ft, t'ORVl-R.)
(l70...lii: DIU1LF.H AY
TOBACCO, SiWFFANI) ( IGARS,
No. S North Fifth St., abov o Market,
Also, Mauuf icturer and Importer of
FOREIGN DOMESTIC SEGARS.
.11a) IS, I'CO-l'Jm.
inticK ! uiticKsTniticKn
00 000 Jl"'Iding Brick, of excel-
llloonuburg trick t urd. 1'arlies intending to build
will do well to call ami examine thu material and get
uarga us, .ippiy i"
III'.N'UY S. ARTIIL'K,
Illooinsburg. March l, liil 3m.
U3I15HKLLAS AND PARASOLS.
rpilH subcriher. manufjiturer of I'mbrlllai it VxKk
A bii ,m itcs the nttuntiou of mvrdtauti to hUciVurg
cd tturoand upt-rior utocK.
Nog. 2, Sl 4, N'orth iUitl, l'UlLADCI.l'HIA.
.Varrli4.', Itfiil Urn.
-UIH PENNSYLA'ANIA HOTEL,
IMXriUK, MO.VTOUH COU.W Y, PJI.
llnterluiiilucut for Man and Itenst, in good style
and nt liioderate rates.
i;i:oKlii: V. FltUL'ZF., I'roprietor.
m E B 0 D U G G E R.
I'his wonderful arttrlo. lust nvtelitcd, i. something
tiitlrtlg Hrw, and never beloro ollered to ugents, who
uru wanted ever) where. Full particulars seal Irce,
PH.UV & CLAUK, lliddiford, Maine.
Marihtl, 1 f.l ly.
11011 ANTS' HOTEL,
10 North Fvotir(Ii Street.
f! M'KIEEEN t SOU
l.'fl - )
Mar U I.
Our Beloved Recruits.
Father, brother, husband, loteri
Forth tu bjll!i all inuit cn;
Hut 'tf. (1 1 our rntmtry'. plory.
Antl bl.1. thMii through In uoe.
' nk our h 'nv?nly Fathir
IV ..i.t.tlii th'ni b hi-, power;
A.k bfit to trott-ct our Iov-mI oucs
In lint arx nun r.Mrful hour.
Tit.!' w l..v )r,u, far. far di-nr.-r,
Ihin .'pr ran .-xpic.. ,
1 till our couotr) 1. In datig.'r
And her wrongs )ou nitit rodri-is.
You uill luaic us here in sorrow,
gome, ntas I no more lo mecl;
Hut to dio fur lioiou and country
To a bruio uiun must bo swett.
In all fjith to God we give you,
For we know that 11c can save
Bavo from cannon, fire, and tempest,
Uu tho land or on tho wave,
Co biloied ones! how we'll nieuril you,
Words aro all too weak to tell,
'o lu pi'uio and Cud bi; wilh)ou,
Dearest loved ones fare-tliC'V til.
Tis past tlie hour of mitlnigbt. Tho
golden god of day, who yesterday drove
iU emblazoned chariot through tho heavens
has ceased shining upon the earth, and a
black pall reigns over the lower section of
our ci'y. Nought is heard save tho dis
tant murmurings of carts, or tho step of
tho melancholy bill poster, as he pursues
his homeward way. Suddenly a sound
breaks tho stillness of the night ; it is the
sweet voico of Fredrick Villiani,calling in
plaintive tones upon his beloved Florence
"Throw open the lattice, love, and look
down upon the casement; for I, your own
Frederick, is here."
'What brings thee, love, at this time of
night, when all is still and gloomy?"
"I come to offer thee my heart. On
my soul I lovo thee truly, wildly, pass
ionately love thee. Dost thou reciprocate?'
Tho maiden blushed as she hesitated.
"Alt !" ciied he ; and the faco of our
hero lit up with a sardonic smile, "thou
lovost another ?"
"No ! no 1'' cried Florence.
"Then why not rush to his bosom that
is bursting to receive thee "
'Because," replied the innocent but (-till
trembling damsel, ''because, Bill, I'm
afraid you're blowiu.''
Dona i.no a IIattei: An individual
purchased a hat in a shop kept by a trades
man by the name of Do"iou. The article
wui cot in the absenco of tho proprietor
aud tho purchaser left tho shop, entirely
forgetting (by miuako of course,) to pay
for the ai'. rcsaid "tilo." The tradesman,
upon healing the facts, started after him,
in hot pursjit of the delinquent. Upon
overhauling him, the following iccnc oc
'See here sir, I viih to speak with you."
1 Mow on, '
l'I am Dogion, the hatter."
'That's my fix."
"I tell you I tun Do'lgion, the hatter."
"o ant I, I m dodgin' tho hatter, too
and very likely wc nre both of us dodgin,
the same chan.''
ho scene ended with a "strikinc" tab-
leau, in which Mr. Diddler found himself
considerably "mixed up" with Dogion the
To be co.NTr.NUEi). Juleps arc iu sea
son, and so is the story of tho broad-backed
Kcntuckian who went down to New
Orleans for tho first time. Whiskoy,bran
dy, and plain drinks, he knows, but as to
the compound acd flavored liquors he was
a know nothing. Reposing ou tho scats of
the bar-room of tho St. Charles, ho ob
served a crowd of fashiouablcs drinking
"Boy," said ho, "bring mc a glass of
When ho consumed tho coolling draught
he called tho boy again.
"Boy, what was my last remark t"
"Why, you ordered a julep."
"That's right; don't forget itj keep on
SST:t 'i My child, tako thoso eggs to tho
bhop, and if you can't get nincpence n doz
en, bring them back," Jemmy went as
directed, and camo back again, saying:
"Mother, let mo alono for trado j they all
tried to get 'em for a shilling, but I screw
ed 'cm to ninepence,"
j Fuu is Iho most conservative ele
ments of FOcicty,and ought lo bo cherish
ed aud encouraged by nil lawful means.
Pcoplo never plat mischief when they aro
merry, i.augincris an enemy to inane;
a foe to scandal, and a mend to every
v'ntuc, It promotes a good temper and en
livens the heart,
SATURDAY MOUNINO, JUNE 22. 1861.
Hoar tho Truth.
We hold it to be thn imperative duty of
tho conductors of the I'rcss, in all times
and under nil nircumances. to defend
arid niniiitaiu tho cauc of Truth and Jus
tice. I his wo have ever done, nnd shall
attempt to do, whilo wo wield the Pen nnd
control the Press, come weal come woe
come life coma death. And in any in
stance whero injustice U done to parties or
individuals, as it may inadvertently occur
wo will promptly make tho ''amentia lion.
orubte," by at least giving them a fair
Jlr, Prick, of tho ".Mittouian," some
three weeks since, published a malicious
slander upon Ex-President Buchanan, and
when we politely asked him to "vindicate
the truth of history," by publishing ''a
truthful biography of Mr. Buchanan,"from
a much abler pen than his own, Hon. Y.
W. Sl'ATON, and a thousand times more
respectable republican journal than tho
Milloaiun, the National JntdUgencr,
ho lacked the magnanimity of even giving
the injured parties a chance of redress, as
will bo seen by tho correspondence here
unto annexed. We then applied to Col.
PuitDY, of tho "Northumberland comity
Democrat" one of tho ablest and best
Democratio journals in tho State, and
that gentleman last week promptly gave it
a conspicuous publication. It will bo ob
served that our letter to Mr. Prick, dated
Juno 3d, tho only introduction then inten
ded, was couched in mild nud decorous
language, but when he acted uugcntleman
ly towards us, (not wishing to be convicted
by his own party as a public libeller) we
made tho next note Krst below, a littlo
more salty, all of which is f-ubmittcd to the
readers of the Columbia Doiocuat.
From lha Northumberland county Democrat.
Col. Tkumas II. Pukdv :
Dkah Slit : Vou will much oblige
the undersigned, aud greatly subserve the
cause of truth and justice, by printing tho
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enclosed letter and accompanying docu-
uiont in tho columns of your dignified and
oundly Democratic journal the "North.
umbedand county Democrat''
lloucuT M. Fuicii, icuior editor of the
"ilit'oia, in his issue ol tho 31st of
May, having takcu offence at tho subject
matter of the followiug four-lino paragraph
which appeared the week previous in the
" olambi'i Democrat," opened his small
hattcrv ol billiiiiiso-ate slans and cowardly
, , , .t ii- i.i perienco, acquired in ciuincut and ruspon
abuse upon tho head orrather belwuilic ' t,(i, . t,, ,i v ',,
back of the Hon. Jamls Buchanan,
and when respectfully requested to do sim
ple justice to the character of tho person
whom he had pubivli libdlttl, by inserting
in his lat i-suc au honest tribute to Mr.
Buchanan s fidelity and patriotism not
trom Democratic authority, but front tho
highest Hep.ib'van AiU.wrily in the Uni-
. , r.. . ., .. , ,
ted states tho time-honored "National
, ,,, ,
(R.publicau) IsTEr.miK.NCEU, as will bi
j seeu by my letter to Mr. Fiuck,. below,
a,w 1110 accompauying arucw irom me in
.... . . , r
telliacnctr. ho sucakinclv and meanly re
fused to publish them, either ou principles
of decency or for pecuniary compensation,
and only returned me the documents on a
second prccmptory demaiid.
I am done, for tho prcsent,with Robert
M. Fiuck, and if he never know mo before,
I intend ho shall know mc now, and that
I am clearly of the opinion that a follow
who will publicly slander any human being
aud then refuse him a hearing iu rcturn,is
neither a gentleman, nor a good citizen.
Your friend, sincerely
. aud respectfully,
LEVI L. TATE.
Ex-Prcsidcnt Buchanan's lettcr,like
every emanation of his great mind, will bo
read by patriots with prido and pleasure.
This is decidedly tho coolest thing on
record. '1 he "pride and plcasuro" which
greets any emanation of "his great mind"
by tho American pcoplo takes a queer way
of expressing itself. His name is held in
almost universal execration, and tho pen
of the future historian will point him out
as a melancholy cxamplo of crime in high
Br.ooMSnuua, June , 1801, 3
Hon. Roiieivt M. Frick, senior Editor
Dear Sir : Accustomed to, perusing
tho Milionian with iutercst, for a period of
timo runuuig perhaps over twenty-five
nnt.a tlnnn it if.lQ Hi! ,1 wl.Oll llV VHMr 1 !1
f ' mcutcd father, Gcu. Henry Fiuck, and
always with satisfaction, I was greatly as-
tou'uhed, ou reading iu your last week's
issue certain comments frqm your pen in
reply to a brief notice in a late Columbia
Democrat, in relation to Kx-President
Buchanan's last letter to tho editors of the
National Inielligfncer, in which you say
that "is name in held in almost unive,
sal cxeer, tion, and the pm of the future the highest offico in the country, ho in
, , . .,... i Vllt(1 -',r- Buchanan to tho most houorablo
mtoriuntnlroitUlamout asam-lan- tiahuCMnct) that o SecrcUty of
iJioy exnniplr of crime in It'plt placts." ' State. Occupying this high position, Mr.
Mil. Fiuck your worthy partner, Mr. ' Buchanan entered into a negotiation with
Funk, is serving his country honorably in ; JJ.r-. I'akcnham, Her British Majesty's
toirl flM ,,lll.: n.,A I, r Minister Plenipotsntiary to tho American
.V. ..WV., -UV, i ...... J
arc trying to render an equally honorable
service to your country, in tho less dan
gcrours but all-important position of a
truthful sentinel upon the watch-tower of
our common political liberties. I ask you
therefore, as a gcntlcman,iu justice to that
much abused and greatly misrepresented
private citizen, Mr. Buchanan, as well as
for the vindication of the truth of history,
to give the enclosed article, entitled "The
Jlctiring President," a place in tho next
Milionian tho article in question having
appeared last February in the first and
ablest Republican Journal in the United
States, viz : tho National InUlligcnu'r.
I respectfully ask its publication in tho
M'ltoninn in ordur that the "antidote may
eradicate the poison." Will you do all
parties the poor justice of a simple hearing ?
and if you think you cannot publish tho
subjoined articles as a matter of history,
you arc hereby authorized to give them
one insertion as an nrif'ijcmciineluding
this note, and your bill will be paid on pre
sentation to tho undersigucd. Should you,
however, decline both propositions, I trust
you will immcdiutili return to my address
tliii communication and tho accompanying
documcut. Very respectfully,
Your ob't servant,
LEVI L. TATE.
from the Xafional Lttclligenrcr.
The Retiring President.
about to rctjre lrom til0 administration of
the (jovcrmncut of the United States has
lived in eventful times and performed a
conspicuous part on the stago of public
events. No incumbent of tho liic'ic.t of
fice in tho gift of the people has been more
honored and none deserves to bo held iu
no grateful remeiubranco for the benefits
he has actually conferred upon tho conn-
tfJ for tlj0 imp,,lsos L givcu tQ om.
commerce and manufactures, for tho firm-
noss with which ho has repelled tho ng
grosion upon our righta by foreign nations,
and for the skill with which he has often
distangled the web of difficulties iu which
our domestic affairs havo been involved by
wars of parties aud the conflicts of sec-
tions with each other,
Mr. Buchanan has united the advanta-
ges of a clear and vigorous understanding
and. thorough information with a large ex-
tiblc portions, both at homo aud abroad.
His purposes have been uniformly pacific
and liberal, embracing the interests of the
whole country. In one of tho earliest
speeches which ho made in the House of
Repri'.-eutitives. tho subject under cousid
cration being the tariff on imports he said:
"It I know tnyselt, I am a politician
noitlivr of the East nor of the West, of
-N'01'1' "oro1' iJout1'- 1 therefore
shall forever avoid any expressions, tho
. , ..ft 1 . .
tendency of which tnusr be to create sec
.iotiai icaiou.ics. sectional divisions, and nt
length disunion, that worst and last of all
political caiamiut-a. -
Ho supported a revenue tariff, revenue
, ".'S a3 l,e s;i;d 'Uo ruIc aud protection
, bankrupt m. a3 cflully dcmoralizft.g and
lliviui,4ivuii Aiv iuui is ui:uiui!ii m j:bifi;i iu
unconstitutional. Ho was, at tho com
mencement of his Congressional career,
and always has been in favor of tho acqui
sition of Cuba. Ho advocated iu lbUS
Gen. Jackson's election to tho Presidency,
aud sustained most of las measures. Du
ring hi-i administration he was placed at
tho head of the Judiciary Committee iu
the House of Rcprcscutativcs; and being
appointed one of tho managers to conduct
tho prosecution of Judge Peck, made iu
that case a most able and eloquent argu
ment. In 1831 Gcu. Jackson appointed
him Envoy Extraordinary and Minister
Plenipotentiary to St. Petersburg, where
he negotiated a treaty of great valuo to
our commerce aud navigation in the Baltic
and Black Seas. On his return from
Russia, in 1833, ho was elected to a scat
in tho United States Senate. Iu 1835 the
reception of abolition petitions had become
a subject of angry controversy between tho
North and South His idea was that tho
petitions should bo received, but there
should be a distiuct and positive declaration
on tho part of Congress, that it had no
power to legislate ou tho subject of slavery
lie desired to leave it, ho said, whero the
Constitution had lelt it, to tho blatcs them
selves. On this subject his course has
been uniform, and ho has ever manifested
an unflinching determination to maintain
tho rights and institutions of the South
against all opposition, Uo was among the
earliest of tho Senators to urgo tho recog
nition of the independence of Texas and
her admission into the Union. He main
tained tho justico of tho claims of Ameri
can citizens for indemnity against tho
French Government, reviewing tho wholo
mbject with masterly ability.
On Van Duron's accession to tho Presi
dency ho supportedjiis great measure of
an inucpenucnt. Treasury. JUunng Mr.
Tyler 8 administration ho successfully ad
vocated tho veto power of President under
tho Constitution against Mr. Clay's efforts
to abolisli it. When Mr. Polk was elected
Government, for tho settlement of the
claims of tho two Governments to tho
Northwestern Territory, each claiming tho
entirety. Mr Buchanan proposed a com
promise lino of 49 deg north, previously
offered by Mr. Tyler, und it was ultimate
ly adopted. In the prosecutiou of tho
Mexican war liuclianau was the adviser of
the President, and at its conclusion aided
him with his counsels in adjusting the diffi
cult question of boundaries between tho
two countries. While in Mr. Polk's Cab
inet ho wrote his Harvest Homo letter.
recommending tho extension of the Miss
ouri Compromise lino of 30 deg. 30 miu.
norm to tue l'acino ocean, with a view to
quiet the agitation of tho slavery question;
but the proposition was voted down when
offered to Congress. The compromise
measures of 1650 received his approval
and advocacy. When Mr. Pierce succeed
ed to tho Presidency, ho appointed Mr.
liucnauan Ambassador to tho Uourt of St.
James, and entrusted him with the settle
ment of the complicated Central American
question. In lb50 he returned homo, and
in tho month of June of that year, was
unanimously nominated, by tho Democratic
convention, for tho Presidency of the Uni
ted States, and was subsequently elected,
Tho recent administration of Mr. Bu-
chanan has been, and will continue to be ,
a subject of much comment. His nositiou
amidst tho quarrels of parties and tho departing from the regular routine of Min-
.iar&lv''Tn113; liasbcent0D0Jn,ccu- istcrial official duty, having been once ap.
liar difficulty. In some quarters his con-1 . , , , T .... 1
duct of affairs has prorcked censure, in pomtcd uuder a Democratic administration
others it has awakened admiration and as Secretary of Legation at Paris, whero
cxt'ited applause, and theso diversities of ho became somewhat famous in very im
opinion aro attributable to the different ' portaut discussions on "black coats" and
K tS rJr UK? L'i? l "owevcr, a dis-
reflection must intervene before men aro
prepared to pronounce a deliberate and
impartial juagmcnt upou tho conduct ot two capacity hail ho not joined tho Oppo
functionaries who have occuv'icd public sitiou. Should he not proceed to Belgium
stations ol great eminence. In respect to ' nmi in nrfr,nn f t.:, .,,: m
soino measure that have illustrated his
administration, tho whole country even
now, is prepared to render an uuchaugea-
bio verdict. In the settlement of tho Mor
mon troubles, the Central American cm
broglioj the right of search question, and
other nice problems that have arisen during
tho period in which ho has held tho reins
oorcidrc Slavery Constitution and Anti Slavery
tries, and our troubles with them? ho has . lturlinSme, whom even the fanat
manifested a degree of statesmanship un- ' f Massachusetts last fall defeated for
surpas-sed by th it of any of his prodcecs- Congress. "Father Abraham," makes it
sors; and if, all his measures havo not a rule to take care of all such stuff, but
AS'tt foAustrians resented the insult toheir
any want of energy, and sagacity on his o111011'- And again, "bather Abra
part, but in tho fact thai somo important l'31"'' has nominated his pet Hurley, a Min
recommendations havo failed to secure tho istcr to tho Chinese Government
concurrence of a collateral brauch of the , ,. . . , ,
Government. I iho seizure of tho Telegraphic dispatch-
History will do justice to his name and csin Washiugton,Philadelphia,New York,
his- administration ; and to its faithful rcc- UU(1 ot'ier places, has resulted iu fastening
orris, free from tho biases of inordinate tho crime of treason upon one of tho High
friendship, tho blights of partisan rancor Priests in tho Republican sjnar-o"Ue. a,
nhLl'fni fc,P,Ul,!Ce'-I10 1"Y.trium- dcaouincnt as little tspected asit was
phantly appeal for the purity of his mo- , , , . .... .
tives aud tho energy nud bcnoGccnco that horcd for b' tu0!B cnSaSei1 " mvcsti-
havo marked his entire career."
Secretary Cameron VS. Gov.
There seems to bo a difficlty between
Secretary of War, Simon Cameron, at
Washington, and Governor Andy Curtin,
at Harrisburg. Tho former accepted two
Philadelphia regiments Col. Small's and
Einstein's after they had been rejected
by the latter, and against the persevering
efforts of Curtin to exclude them from the
service. This action on the part of Secre
tary Cameron, is justly regarded as a se
vere and merited rebuke of the mean and
petty favoritism that has marked Curtin's
action from the beginning, and brought so
much disgrace upou our State. Theso
regiments were anion,
tho first to offer
themselves; but were pushed asilo upon holders, while the editorial department will
every pretext, until prejudice and favor- ;Lc comiuctC(i byMcsire. Welsh and Gloss
itism could no longer bo hidden: Secretary brcnnor) tho forwor a Senator of tho State
Cameron, in thus breaking tho formalities I from York county, aud the latter for many
of red tape, by accepting them over Cur- j ycariS thc Sorgcant-,t-Arius of tho Houso
tin's head, has only.'evidcnccd his Stato : of representatives at Washington. Both
pride and sympathy for our volunteers. of thcso 6Cnticmon aro practiced editors.
Their acceptance.! in every way acccptablo It wiu bo ha ony organ of ,Uo jomocratj0
to Secretary Cameron j but it has greatly 1 patty in pjaeu,,, alll sbouid bc lar c.
excited tho iro of Andy Curtin, and to ly cIrculatcll Ju ,Ue interior of the Stato.
intercourse of theso functionaries, never s. ,, .
marked by an access of amiability, is likely
henceforth to become bitter and acrimoni
ous. American Democrat,
Moro Now Blanks.
Deeds, Summons, Executions, Seirc Fa
cias, Stato Warrants, Commitments, Capi
ases, School orders, Exemption, Judgment
with Singlo and Double Notes, etc., just
printed and for salo at the office of the
Our' Ministors Abroad.
Our country has probably never beforo
been represented abroad by such a class of
Ministers as have been sent out under tho
Administration of Mr. Lincoln. Anson
Burlingamc, appointed Minister to Austria,
has visited Vienna and been rejected by
that Government, because of the conspic
uous part which ho took in the American
Congress in favor of the recognition of tho
Italian Uovolutionists. Austria fully re
cognizes the right of our Government to
put dowu the great rebellion at tho South,
but ca'ls for a more prudent diplomat and
statesman than Mr. Burlingamc.
Mr. Cassius M. Clay was sent to St. Pe
tersburg, llussia, but ou his arrival at
Loudon he concluded that Mr. Adams
would bo unequal to the great task of en
lightening tho English Government on
American complications, and volunteered
to give Her Brittanio Majesty a little touch
of his own important opinions through the
London limes, to which that journal re
plies, questioning his premises and ridicul
ing his attempted interference.
Mr. Sanford, bound for Belgium, or at
all events ordered to go there, stops to get
his washing and ironing dono in Paris,aud
makes au invasion upou the duties of Mr.
William L. Dayton, by attempting to rep
resent the interests of the United States at
tho Tulleries of France.
Mr. Carl Schurz, a rcfugeo from one of
tho European powers, will of course do us
very littlo credit at Spain, und may prob
ably be dismissed. Mr. Sanford, Minister
to Belgium, has had a littlo exnerieneo in
gra,;0 to h!s Parl' aud ncwi could La
progressed much farther iu his roprcsenta-
T . , ' T - - . '
, . coln Iua' r.LToat au '"vitation which
i w'" bo moru diaagrccabls than his recall
from the guano regions.
No.thumlcrland co. f.'cmocial.
Col. Purdy, might also have added, that
this is tho same ''Anti-Slavery Bible. Anti-
gallon. But thus it is always ; whenever
any frauds arc investigated, or trcasonablo
schemes laid bare, a Republican is sure to
bo found at tho bottom of ii. The present
investigation has fastened the. crime of
treason upou James E. Harvey, Frcsident
Lincoln's -tttssty appointed Minister to
Portugal. And the fact that the treason
was perpetrated after Us appointment by
President Lincoln adds inaguitudo to his
Now Democratic Dally.
Tho leading Democrats of Philadelphia,
we are happy to learn, have determined to
6tart a new Democratic daily in that city,
which it is said will be issued at od early
dav. Thn nocinntftrv' nrr.itiirpnipnr. will Virt
under tho eontrol f n. pnnimittfio nf stnelr.
rcceivo wo believo at this time a hearty
support. Aorthumuerluud co. Democrat
Hon, E. Joy Morris, the new Minister
to Constantinople, telegraphed to Govcmor
Curtiu on Thursday, rcsiguiug his seat as
Representative from the Second Congress
ional district. Governor Cuvtiu responded,
accepting it, and appointing Tuesday, tho
second day of July next, as tho day for a
special election to choose his successor.