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BLOOMSBURG GENERAL ADVERTISER.
WlEVI L. TATE, Editor.
"TO HOLD AND TRIM THE TOROII OP TRUTH AND WAVE IT O'Etl THE DARKENED EARTH."
2 00 PER ANNUM
VOL. 15.--NO. L7.
BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA, SATURDAY, JUNE 29, 186L
1 ' AND
IE'unr,isiiKi) nvr.nv satuiiday, hy
2 LEVI L. TATE.
(is BLOOMSDUno, COLUMBIA county, pa.
TSbw tltltk nnlhlin,rroiUc the f.rthnire.i! Wo
Wfjtht Cwart lliULUC. "cmocra'ic rim-i unaitra.
; ' tciims of sumsniiVTioN.
41 () In a Ivancc, fur inic copy, fir nix month.
I 7.i In adtaiii-o, f.ir one copy, on" J vnr.
o ltd If nut pit 1 within till) lir.t three month.
1! l"i If md paid wilhln the t'irrt in month..
1.5,211 ir not piid within lliejinr.
Cm N' .'ib'rrlptlnn liken for les tlnnr.lt months,
ml no inner discontinued untilnll urronrngi'B rlmll lintu
tjrp OrdltntvADVi twin .'T. Insetted, nilitJuri Wornc
vtcciitcd. -it the e.t iblirhedtiriceii.
"BAI.TIUOHi: LOOK HOSPITAL.
tTM?rifninil.Tiif till. (M'br.ite.l Itlitltutli'tM r.lT.T hf
A. uitKlcitalii, i'-e,ly, an. I mil) i-ilV-i tu.tl remedy In
til j wrl I fir ft" .IHfr (ii". H, rMrlct'ircsVinimil weak
hu.iTl'.iiiiii In III- Loin.., (.'ontitntloiial ll.bilit), Iln"
t'licy.'W.nkiieiu of tli link ami l.linli!,, Alli-i-tnm. nl
till Ki ln '", r.iliit itl'in of tlu Heart, lll.pep.-l I. Net
vim Irmihllit). HI '1' "I Hi Heat, Tlini.it. Nose nr
-rJkln.'nna all tltiwi n'li'H an l in, l.ini li.,) Ill-order,
ntlilns Ini.ii til ile,"trilttive h ililta i,l' Vniith, wliirh ile
trnytf li.'lH Imi ly .in.l mini. Tliene nei r-t and eolitary
pr.lcllceii, are ni.ire t'atiil In tln-lr tirtim. th in tin' min.i.1
tin tjyren. t.i tlu miriii -m l'l,ie, bliclitiinr tln-ir tno.i
tiritllinthop and ahticlp itlon, remterin-J marriage
M.irrl'-l inT'tiiiif, or miintf .Men rnnt'implalin: mar
ti,h :is aw.ir-- W phyt-lc.il weakitujn, nrs.init ileahili
(y,,-,,lcf1nintlfr, &r., eli"'il 1 imm-tli it ly itmtmli Dr
tfohiielun. im.l li ru-tnml M tUrt heiilth.
Jt win pi uf hium II under tli.- mru ofl'r. Johnston,
ituy reltitmiidy court le in lilti honor a a LTtillcnun, and
tuml tartly r..') upon hi- " W' ''
lirtmeJitiL-ly cur.-1 an 1 1 ilUk'nr n fton-.l.
,THi lUmwf U tliti p n illy iiuhi fnri -ntly talilt.y
thoionlm hive lit't'iuiu thu u tim nt iniinur iin!uiii'ii
tin. Vo in iiltjhh are t it t'i ninnnit v-f imm
imt licinit !iar-ir til.- ilr -t'fil niii-Mifiif' ")
nittits' Nnw, h tint un Wi " nn - til-- fiibji i twill re
lnl taJ.'nv tJ'-it i.iu.t f j-rm rr.it hm H hwt Mnnur
hy tliuitj coiinj into Imi-fiptT Ii.ltit- thin fiy 1 1- iriii!iii
liquet fc-nii; ilriinv-i ( th it..miro uf li-alth uii
ertriuit lh mn itorlntia nint ur-tniftlve fj iiii'tinn- t
l...ti h'ljy an 1 mill. I aij. 'i'hti fim !-ctiiif U.r.iii!
rdl tlu ihyn.it aii'l ui'-ni-il pou r- Ufakt-iicil. n r u
debility. i1y"p-i i, p.ili'ittitKHi i tlic h -Htt, iinlii'.-Uou.
a t-itliv fi.i.ii , Cii ilIi, Hjiiij.tnitit nV lifinii
U Uifir , Nn. m-rii I iitnatf i MRM.T, bi von (Inure
OWi ailtim-Tu i.tn-t t. K i-l -i-h. " tli" ft.-p-. par
tlrular'in Urrxitrj thtNAMi: aul M.Mul'.lt.'T ym
will nit.ik th - pUcr.
W CVfC'n'apnnfi'. or Ctirrc Mnle.it frun One to
fr, VVru JMis.
no Mi:itcruv nuvi;hv matis rsr.n.
Mimhir'f Hi -! Hurs'im, at l.nailt.n. -
Jra lil it i fro. ii "a 't th ! uio-t rmiu -nt toi2i' tf Hn
t'pilJ.t'til it.-, an I til- prf.rt r put if wlnt! lif hair
bJ-ii piiit in th ll -I irvpit.tl til l.oii.liit. P.nl-. 1'hil.i
tt.'lphi.miiii rl-" wli t-'. ttl" 1 1 tl Mi.nr t f Hi inn.) nn
t'muhintt vxta th it witd crr kimun; m my tnmM.-ti
with ritignu in th li a.l aihliiirH uh n ah' -p un-at
m irriHifHT' h 'iu' al inn 'it at Mitl-lt n uuii.li. an 1 li.itli
ila j, wuh fr. 1 1 'iithliihiii!!, .itt ii Inl Mi.ii.'iiiH.-s unit
lijrjiUJnuiii "f lu'iM, w-n mntl iinnniili it-l.
WJjjtith mn'1'iplyl an.t iiiipra-lL-im uiary gf plmBiin
lift ih?h isi,iifn!i .1 til r.. tiiU t-l'thif p.iliirnl ihfravr, il
1 ki ofiiii h ipp '.i- tli it a. i i'l tun J fin nl'i-h un tt
tlrca-l i'f ilifttn ry. it I - Inn t'i.m api l ing tn thine
wi frtiiit t'-l'iraiinii .lit I r -p -tialnliij f -in iilunu l -frit mi
Jiiin. tlcLiyinu till th fii iitiitni.i' mpn im t tin
InrrM tlia-.M-i int'i'Htli ir .ippuanrn . n ii a nlfer.ii .
uirdtliro.il, iii-t.-a-t-il a n. tn.v , pm;n in tin- .-:ni
n ti I limb, tlunii ttf mulit. iu:ifiiL'-. nnilrit im the ?Iwn
li nti,'itn J ariiH, tilntrli mi tlu nl. tare anl eitrrnii
tljipntsreit-nu wil'i npi litj.till at la-t lliu p'llati! ut
tlu iiMiiih au-1 h in jt t.f th lut' l.ill in. an I tlu i- tim nt
tliH iU'jm! li to.ii.' a hitrritl ibjritt"t finnmirratluii
A ill death put- a p"rii I Mlnnlr.-aatnl hHit-mtir, l-j m-ii
Untt him t'i "tint let.irii' I'tt'in U-xu ir.nrl.-r re-
turn.' T- nrh. (It n-l'ir .11'. Jnlritii pl nhfr hi n
8iir tup run TV th nuift niv 1-t.iM p-'i r r . an I frnm Uit
vticnitiVti prat tn in th- lirl IliHpit.iU i f llurnpt ainl
Aiilirica, Il r.m nhillil 'iitl rrrimiiii-inl 'al'' ainl hpt-nlj
curiilotlu uni'.trnin ii- Mitinint thin ltin-l tli-raitr.
Tiii: i'itrn'ii,ii Nurici:.
Ur. J, a 1 tp h all I lin- lm ii ir inj hl-.I tlinnrfrlw t
hf prlvftti nn I iaiprtipi-r itiilnli' m '.
'1 lit!ii are mini nl III r-.nl a nl in l.uirlnily flirt t pro
ilnej.l hy eatK liaM!, "f ) until m. WraKiir d'
Hark aniM.lliilH I'.iiii in ttl.- Il.-a'l, lhnni.'i"t t.f Si-.li!
Ittirfrt .f Mutpnl ir 1'ii.vrr, Palpiliilinu nl tli I hart. 1 1..
epin; N.TVici Irritii'iliiy il niTi-ii-iuriit of i!i-ii.-i
tivu i'liiictiua-i, n.-rat Dt-lnlit), ttjinj iiiirnrt'niiPuiiip
.MI:nT.MY.-T1ii r arfal rir-ri-t upmi th niiii.1 are
tiiucIi to bjtlreail'-il l.n-' t" M rimr tmlti-iuii t.i' litrat
D'prt'iuiiin ttf th spirit-, HOI Knr- ln tins-1, M -ci-n.u
f rtiielt'ty7Tiiiiin . 'r.- arr Hn.nr nl tin 1 1 !- pnilu .
Tliu'lt'ind't nt prrrotis ut" nil w t in mm jn 1'r wli.il
iithu caiiiJi nt tli'ir tli-rlminu li a!th. I.nn.-in th h
uor, bv'uniun u .ik, pair an I rinai i it -il, lining mi
K'tlar nppraranc about th i ft cnibli aal j inptnni nt
n,'is IN'VKKUt VriVC IMlMIUlV I (JU
Itylhiiprfatan.l uiiptirt.tnt rriii'Mv. nr.iknr (f the
irnn4 nru nifettilv riiml. nml full JiTr re turn!.
Thn'Kan 1 nf the intft n-umi- au-1 th lulitateil, tn
had lnt all hupr. h lm b iimnrtli iflv n lirel. All
tiiini'illinrnt ttt Mam t-ir, l'Mini ;m. Mi ntal ti-"iii,ili
Jicatl iiu.Vflrviiu Irrat itiility,'rrrnil'li:iiaii'l Weakiu
or oxha'tiitatinii nt' tli limit frarf'il kiuJ, ("prcthly cun t)
hy Diictur Juhnriu:i.
- Vdl'N'f: MVS.
Win i InV4 iiijnif-1 tliai.'lr b a rertiin praitire,
iii.lut H in U 'ti -iliri.- -ah ibit frrpn ntlv learnrtt I'rnm
ril foiiipanhin-i. nr at crliii -thu i U'-tt nf uluili .ire
nightly tcl, c rti h -n al.rp, tuel it imt turnl renl-r
in irri(j iin ty t-ihl i, an I uV4nyd both mi'nl ami bml) ,
th mill applv iiuiu 'ili-it 'ly.
What a pitty th a naim inm, tlu- hnpe nf liU f cuiitry.
nn 1 thi darling nfliH pirnit. dinuM hr nati hril trmii
oil prnptTt ami rnjiiwuriitit tifllfr, by tint i uiim-iuiu-cua
tf ikxiatliM fiuui th' path nf Ji.iUtrr, ami imhil;;iH;j
in a ('rtahi!tii.T ret habit, r'adi perKjiu bt.turu inn-luiii'latini-;
. . rf mai:i:i.(ji:
ptionM rtllect tint a fti'iml niin-l atnl bnily are the mo
r.crcapary reipiii-hiiH tn prniiit'le rninmbiiit h ippiiii;
Imleedt without tliu'cc tin Journey tlimuh Itl'r In inine
a weary, pilsrian"', tho prtMpri lumrlj il.irkeit t n
tho view; tha iniml Icrniinirt rhj.iluM-il w Kit it f p'nr
lUteil with tim iiiubinili'ily rL-ll-ctmn that thu happim-eg
if annthir bcctilietn blii.'l)tr.I with nur nun,
urFlL'i: ND. 7 K.MTU l'lt::Wi;uit;tv ttT.. IlalUmore, Mt
ALU BURCICAIj OI'IIIIATION. TJIIil OltMIIl).
X. II. It no f.ilitr niniUtxty privnit jou, but appty
aniuiCiliately rith.-r prritnnlly nr In I.t Iter.
sicin niriilAHiispipr.r.iniA" cntim.
The mmy thouianl ruretl at thi inotitutimi within
tho la?l 15 jcarit. ami ihr iiuuirrniH inipnriaiit ."'urgiral
Dpcmtiona pcrlnrmril by Ir. JnHiit-ton. uitttot.nl by
iIm rcpnrtor nf the paper nn.l in m nthrr prrt-niis, im
lice nf which h ie appraretl naln and a.iui brfure t lie
public, txifiilu hi t-t.i mllii a a (.'rati- mail nf rh.irartrr
amlradpoasitiility.i. -a HUthti -nt iru'irautcet'Hlioatllulc)
imtmx TAKII NnTICi'.
X. R Thrro tire en inaiiv ii;iiuraut and wnrthloiu
trait II nf tho.aln-,1 ly afilirti-tl, tint Ilr. Ji.hiHtnu ileriu
i li lie k nnvcriMu.! itirntsi-ivrn pii-.-iriau, ruiniiiK tlic
it necr3aryatutay, ettnurially tn Hum unar-iuaiiiied
with hi reputatina, that Inn cmlriitiaU ami ihplonn
alna-iH hanii in hi nilire.
iU. Take Norur. -AllltUrm iimt be pn-t paid, nml
contain a podtaj-a ttamp fur the roplj, ur im aiuwcr wilt
FRES II ARRIVAL
WIIR umlensfcned, cr.iteful for on! pilronazp. resnrfi
fully Inform hi CUM inner and th public pentTdlly.
that he ha jut ren ii ed from tho L.istrrne title, the
urge-it and umfl eicct stock of
SPUING AND SUMMER
That h&a vst ueen oneKri In r.l.Hiinstinr?. in u-hirh h.
J?" j invitea ibo iilti'iil 1"U nf Iiu fm nil, an.l anri' them
, Hut lli.'y,Dre;iill ii I fur fale Jt treat lur:.itns. Ilia
v i ,j Mucif cuiunrl.c. a l.rt'e iiMirtmi-nt l
N V 'iiUNTI.U.MIl.VS WUAKINI! AITAUI'.I.,
rt-il t-'ill'lMP'S tiUFAflU'W.rtE llrr'St'im . i if every ilea
.(Ifl ilinmrl. vc t flil'i. Cravat Hlnrkii, L'ntlon
rr GQLD WATCHES
Of uvetydeuttiplin-i fin a t chr-p
J(j N. B iUu.cm-3' r A.irri r- 'uap J.upirtu-i "
,,.,11'' call 4J eo Kn -inrg i juiiiii' C.n.di
... , DY " I I MSu
uiooiiialji'r;, M 1 1
IMVOnTiXT NATIjNAL AVOUKS1
IL'ULlilli;i) ItV D. A1T1XT0N &. CO.
'M3 awl '115 troadtratf) Kitv York.
The fiillmWne wnrkiarc n'nttnHub'rrikrrrjlnanypart
tiftliu country, tupon rticipt of rut ill price,) by mail ir
itprjfi! prrpald ;
THU M1W AM I'll I CAN OVCI.UIMUHA: A pr.pular
Dictionary f Iteiural Know leilue, IMitcd by Uioriik
Kii-t-evnud (.'mttt.k A. liAiA.ahied by a mimcrmis ne
lert fur pi nf w riterin all brain Mr t.f Hrli tides. Art nml
Literature. ThU work 14 bvin pnblUhpd In abuut 15
large oit.iv vuliiiiifB. each cnntaitiinti 750 two cnlinii
pHiir. VoN. I to XI inrltuiw.nre now rLady.t ach
cimt-itultiif near tf T'ltn, nnliml nrtlclo. An adtlitioiinl
oluine Will b'publltilcdniirr In nbuut tbrcumuntll
In t'lotli, J; Hheip.SJ 50; Half Mor., 81; Half
Uu9in, 31 SDuirb.
The New Ainrriran fyrloptdia It popular without pef
Inp auprrlicint, Irnrn.'d Imt not pcdiutr, tomprtln'nlve
but uificl'iitly ilrtaM tl, f ne front per unit at pi pie nml
party prejudice, fre?h ntiil yet accurate. It is a complete
tJ.itemcnt ofall that t know ti upon every important top
ic wltli the fcnp'i of huinuti inn IMrnce, llvirv liiinrt.
ant article in it has been npnjally written for lit p.isttfi
by men wlionre nutlmrltiet upon the toplcru whffh
tliey ftp-'ak. They nr. re-piired to bring Hie tmbjert up to
thj present imimtnt M htatejiift how it ptaml vow. Alt
the fiatistlcal Information ii Iroiu th" latest report; the
petipraphi'-at m rounu keen pace wlih the Iitent etplnrn
tl.ui ; hltttoriral mattrr iiiilmle the frmbekt Just tew
the hlo'Mphlrril liotlte Hot only cpe.ik of the lit.1 ad, but
alBooi tlic llinp. It Ii a llltrary nfltfelf.
AitauitiriiM' ok nit: Uhiatk oi Cointtept: llelncn
political hlftnry of the L'nilrd t-tatr, from Hie orantzi
thin nf tlie flrnt IVdt rat fonprep in l7y.lto InIO. t:dlt
ed ami compiled by lloti. Tjioma II. Himun Iruui the Of
Ilrlil Hccoril? rd L'tmLMifet.
The woik will lie Coiiiplled In 15 mal ortai vnluiiie
of 750 papi'i each It of whitti are imw rwdy. An addl
tlon.il vol ii ii it wiltte' pubtittlieil oure In tbree mnntht.
Cloth. l.iw htp, SI. ".ii; Half .litr Sflj Half
'.'air SI 50 cadi.
a way or rKocrnivci thi: cyclopedia, ok
form a rtuti of four, and n mit the price of four honke,
ami fiv ennies will be m nl at thuremlll'-r'a cxpeiine for
cnrri.igr.nr fur ten toibrrih' r tlntn copies w 111 be sunt
at our cApeii'i'for arri i(;u.
No ollmr wniks w ill o liberally reward the exertion
ofA-reM. An Aulnt Wmi is h h Cm ti.
Term made known on application to thu Tub inhere.
."tllV, il, i-uu.
JtO 101 H'.A7' IMIlKUiS I
j)0 you wav 7asav:a'4 I
DO YOU II. WT A MC.ST.1Vin: t
no rcu JiwAV.4 mu.sv.ichki
STIMULATING ONU UKNT,
For the Whiskers and Hair,
'pill, mliscribers take pleasure in imiiouiicing tn tin
1 Cii n.H nf tbr Uitltoil Mate, that they (,h
tatned Hit! A pent) tor, and are mm enabled to idler to
the American public, the nhvu Justly ecUb rated ami
ivotl lrt-nowueil article
The t-'timulatim; Oopunit i prepared by Hr C V Itett
i uham, an eminriit ph) fii i.ui of London, and ii war
rauirtl to hrihjt nutathhk .-t ot WhUki i nr a Mus
tarh' in trmii three to t wet k. This arliilu I the
only one of the kind u-ed by thu I'rt'iuli, and in London
an I I arm Hi in uimcraal use.
It Ha b -.intiful. co no lined, yontbiitt;, jet Ftinnilatinp
compound, acting in If bv miplc upon Hie root, tan
nii a biiiiililul prowth of luxuriant hair. If applied to
lliu M-alp, il will cure ImPIiicm. and taiDte to fprlnp up
in pl.iee id tlr-bald Hpuu a linu prnw III of nt-w Ii.ur
pjdi tl nrrniiliiiK to tlirertioli, it will ti r i ret I or tmvj
b.irtlark. uiol ntor.' .'ray hair to it ori-'inal tolor
r.i in!! it xnft. ttiooDtli, aud'lt.'Mblr. Thd l in; unit" l
an imliiieiisablt'tirtit 1 nt every peittUto.iirlnib t, aioi
alter one week' usj the) would not fr'any- miifi h-r:i-lion
b- without it. , . ,
Th Ptih-rrirtrtrrTmTr.rif.Wnfr iliMtrtTclS tn
Ih I uit.'d M.itev, to whom nil or b-ri- nuint le- adilren-teii
I'rite Dim li.dlar a loi-.nrt ile b a'l lirnpjht-j am
I ..ilT ; or ii box of the "Oui'iieiit n a rrautcti to ha
the d "ired i-lf-t t) M I b eit to :uiv title u ho de-ir it
ii m nl (iiir-M i), ueturil". n ketl, on' ifreipt of prku an
p'hl.ige, -j 1 . App'v to or .iddr
lHJllAi.i; I. Ill.tJLM N &co.
tiltl 'il.Ir". At
Ut Wtlluin Mrttt, New Yurk.
Uauht's Ji'wrhy antl Siivtr-U'aro.
(L We wnitid reypertfutly f nrorm our fiii ml p i
t-Si trim t th"pub!lr penerHlly.ih it weh.-ive mm
rw.Mi in More, an I t ll r Wind, sib- and th ml. at ih
oMtr;ih priie, a t irpe ami wry climeo Mnik t l
v ati b-s. Jru.dry, t"ilur and I'l ited Ware, of un ry a
ri t) and idjle, '
l'vr dt hi ritioinrili,imond Wt rk. and other Jew
" I'll" to nrdrr at j-horl iiotke. All pood war
r.iuti-d lnbe.-Hr.i.reftu'iitfd. , H.-l'.i tin ul ir atirntmn
eii-nto Hi 'npiuin- of Watrhea and Jtwt-lry ofecrj
fTArrn:n & iiahixy.
, , , . frJJM.tikaMrwl.rioiaiifcltlc.
March I I 'hl-:im
SS EC I ) ii ! E5 Si i V, MM
'pill'. uniliT'igiieil in prepared to ii ply llrick. nf a
I good 'inaliti.nl l.ur prm . lie w ill Ii found lit tlu
Irirk ar.l i I II. I., M'Uiany. near .MiKi-Uy K No.,'s
liirnir'. I'.-r-'oiM .Whlrtiigt,, porrlu-e wi.l do vitlllo
call an brkk will be made and ;ie. lie
j. ii. n un ,v. .intni.
Gy- 10IUXKI now- cm hand mid ready for Mil.
Illootn-hiirg i't !,.:', llH,l-:iin, J. . r.
WALL l'APKU! WALL PAPER!
lT rrr, Ived from the manuf.K lories In l.o.ton. an
. arlii,ii.fm.,.ti.r,.eiit,piality. Irhallenge lonp-
.... .. ...... .,j,,r hmii (inrr. ine iimierMg I willh.ep
lior.lernom.itrli any nf the s't)k on lund-and n
t ie only l.vperi. nce.l I'AfHi lliM.ni .11 Ihu SSullcm nl
Ihe l.iio.itv-diiemy Liten.lt e M. k an L'viminatlon
liefori- Tun li. Line.
t-all at Itupi rU rot I OlFire.
K. J. TllliRXTOX.
1 1 ii'l.iir0' Manh v'.M IM.I .
j. i. gi ii ae kk,
(HtlrrepHiT to J. rl. soitt 1 R.)
im(Ll.H.H.i: IK1I.1M I.V
TOBACCO, UMJFFAX) ( Id A US,
.No. S North l'ifih St., abot Vark. t.
Alrfo. Mamifictitrer and Importer of
FOltElCN & DOMESTIC SEGAI1S.
May I-. IMn-i'jui,
" matTonal hotel,
(Lato White Swan,)
UACE STREET, AUOVK Til IK D
Iir.VRV (illll.l.M.W. I
JiillN lliivmt, ! 1 roprittorn.
CI1AS. A. PTIXi:. Llelk. '
March 'J, l-ol-l-.'m.
Callawissa finll Itoad.
I'ASS r.Ul'KItT STATION.
SOL'TIIWAIMI ihiiivii Tli tiva
rhilad.lphu J. ,N. V. Mail ' i nl A. M.
'M'r'fK lu. A. M
" I night 830 A. Jl
Nor.TlltV.Utl) I.OL'.M) TRA1N3
nttiiira Mail 321
Nwura I'.xprcfa 1 n'.io y jj
I'msl'l 10. u A,
M.iyl.I-0,. H. S. GOODWIN.
BSIICK! JBItWKtt BSESICIt!!
OO 000 Duilding Drick, of excel-
' lent .pi.iluy, fr , at ihe Old
Ulooin.bilrf Itrirk Yard. I'artieg int. inline 10 l.nil.l
w ill do well to rail and examine Die material ami get
ujru.uu. .tppij i"
lUoouii-burKi March 1. lHil :hn.
UMDUELLAS AND PA11AS0LS.
aMU! Mih.rrihcr, inaHiifariiiri r of I'Mimm-At ft Pari
toiMUiitilebtltc attention of nuriiianU to liUtll'arg
cd eloro and kupunor .lotk.
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March-:, jhii 3m.
ryilK PENNSYLVANIA HOTEL,
D.i.vnur., .vo.vrouit coir.vrr. r.i
Knti ruiumthl for Man and llcn.t in good tt, to
and al mnlert rate..
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Bmy Mo in tho Morning.
BY HTcrite.t a. cotritLA..
Ilury mo In the morning, mother
I) let mc have the light
Of one hrlght dny on my prave, niolher,
Km yuii leavo me nlnnc withthe nlcht;
Alone In the night of the grate, mother,
Tl.n thought of torrlMts fear
Atil)ou tlll ba here, olone, mother,
Ami .tar, will he .hlnilig here;
Sn Imry mc In the morning, inatlicr,
Ami Utme hive tliellht
Of one bright day on my grave, mother,
Hre I'm alone with the night.
Yon till of the Sa ior' love, mother,
I feel it in in my heart
ll'ltoh! from this beautiful worW, mother,
'Ti. har.l for the young to part ,
rore.cr topatt, when here mother,
The soul in fain to .tay ;
For the gme i. ileep an.lilark, mother.
And heaven eems far away.
Tlun Imry me in thu morning, mother,
An.llet mc hive the light
Of oiu liright day on my grave, mother.
Ilr" I'm alone with the night.
Tho Englishman's Exploit.
On the wur-tern sliors of the Penobscot
Day, between Dulfast ami Oainben, there
was a small club of fiohcniicn'a cots, In
habited by a hardy set of men, who had
from infancy been brought up amid tho
music of the breaking vaves,and who knew
no fear beneath the power of mortal man
Foremast among these hardy children of
the sea, and occupying the s-tation of a port
of ruler among them, was a middle aged
man named Enoch Nightingale; or as he
was generally called, L'apt. Nightingale ;
and never was a man better fitted by na
ture for the post he held by general con
sent than lie was. Powerful and athletic
in his physical mould, bold and feailos as
tho forest monarch, and frank and gener
ous in hi-i social relations, he was beloved
and rci-pected by all who knew him. He
was a jolly fellow, too, and often, as his
small gi ay eyes twinkled in their merry
mood, a close observer mig'it have seen a
lcvn-lor uf-'pi actical joking lurking in
their gleaming depths
.11 11.1111111 litnillS.
At the time of which we write the fish -
ei mcn daivd not venture far out to sea, 1 eiio;ui liirato mailo Inm loot sore, yet hardly a blow was struck by tho astonish
Ibr a close blockade was kept up along the , 1'- coll not help laughing at the almost ' 0J llnglishman ; and before they were ful
coast, ond so they were forced to forego ridiculous scene thus presented to hi.s gaze. J ly awaro that they had been captured by
thu advantage:, of their best fishing giounds The twelve green-looking fishermen, to- i their own insignificant prize, they were sc
but a new idea had taken pos-sion of Sutu,,r with "lt" Sm Ud present rather a J curciy bound and most of them stowed
tln ir brains, niid they had thought of fit- ludicrous appearance. away below under a strongguard.
ling out a piivatetr against tho English
For two weeks had this matter been talk
ed over, and all the arms necessary to per
sonal warfare had been procured, but no
vessel suitable for the cuteipriso could be
obtained, nor cmld they raise guns heavy
enough for sea ut, even bad they po.sses.5-
the vessel. Of pistols and cutlasses they
had enough, and that was all, unless wo
add one old iron six pouudi.r, which .serv
ed as a kind of signal gun in c.vcs of heavy
loss aim stormy nmlits.
Tt ve.-i iiKt nl i,i.,,ir:,ll i,,.-ii v;l,t
ingale s tliallop (UUcd was the old man s
tanUmna ,.n iUIi.v o,l oe,i,o vnt.no.
man came on shore, ho reported that there
was an Engli-h topsail schooner, a clean
clipper-built craft, laying off and on be-
tween Moncgan and the J.ed"cs. She was
heavily armed, aud seemed to play about
in the water as thouoh her heels were made
Now Captain Enoch Ni"htinsalc had
iaiU but little about tho various projects
that had been set ou foot with regard to
tho privateering expedition, but ho had
lliuitgU a great deal, and as soon as liU
son communicated tho above iuklligenco
his thoughts camo to a foe.n. A plan of
operations was clearly marked out in his
mind, and he ut once set about the work
of putting it into effect. Tho man who
stood second to Captain Nightingalo's first sct,wmlc the latter only carried her main
mate, was Jabo llaskins, and upon him sail and two jibs. Tho six Yankees who
the old man first called. liail been left ou board were secured in the
"Jado," said tho captain,"did you know ' long boat, while tho lieutenant in command
there was a British clipper juat outside ?" fivo of his men had tho first watch.
Ycs."' When tho clipper struck two bells the ves
"Well' s'poso wo go out an' tako her ?" sols wcro not more than two cables' length
"Do whit I"
"Take that Englishman."
.lado looked at Nightingale in utter as
tonishment. "I cau go out in my littlo llhody and
tako her before she knows where sho is.
Now, will you help me ?"
"I'll follcr ycr, cap'n, if ycou go to
thunder," was Jado's hearty resporso, as hold. Ono of tho hoards which seemed to
ho saw that tho old man was in earnest. form part of a stationary floor, was lifted
Capt Nightingale took his mato by tho i from its place, and tho head of old Capt.
arm and led him off, 'I ho night was dark j Enoch Nightingale appeared through the
but ttill there was a busy scene on board aperture. In a moment another board
the schooner llhody, which was tho heav- was removed, aud cro long forty stout fish
icit fishing vessel in tho place. Torchc crmcn, all well armed, had como up from
were gleaming to and fro all night long;, their plaeo of concealment. It was a mo
hauiMCN aud saws wcro sending foilh men ts work to leap on deck, and cro tho
their music, and when the morning dawn- thundeatruek li' nl'uant could seo whence
ed the Rhody was ready for Gca, The canv the on my, he wau bound baud aud
' nlit ii r,n eionnl i.nti linl lo on T, o lo.1 -t.
board, and placed upon a rudo sort of a
c.irriago amidships, the cod-lino bcekcts
and bait boxes had been cleared away, ami
tako her all in all, shoj boro some faint re
semblance to an embryo pirate or priva
teer. Sho was manned by'twclvo mcn,of whom
Jado Haskini took tlift command. The
people wondered whore! Capt. Nightingale
was, but Jado set thcif hearts at rest by
telling them that ho v?buld get outside as
soon as tho schooner did.
In an hour after dSylight tho llhody
hove up her anchor and made sail, and in
less than five hours sho1 poked her blunt
nose" into tho waters of tho blue Atlantic.
Shortly after tho schooner' had passed
Whitehead Light, tho' Englishman was
made out about two miles distant, to tho
south 'd and westard, jut off the Ledges,
and -hauling his sheets fiat aft. Jade
brought his vessel up to tho wind, which
was fresh friijUio north'rd and cast'rd
and stood off toward tho latter point.
This looked amazingly like trying to run
away at least s.o tho Knglihman thought
and consequently tho clipper was imme
diately put in full chase, and though she
was somewhat to tho leeward, still it was
evident that she would not bo long in over
hau ing the Yankee.
About four o'clock in the afternoon the
Englishman came almost within hailing'
distance, and fired a gun. As the shot 1
came whizzing over tho fisherman's deck '
.lade llaskins at once hove to. and cro
! long the clipper came un.
''Schooner ahoy 1"
"Hallo!" returned Jade.
"Do you surrender V
"Wal, if you wan't t'tako us, I s'pose
L can't hulp myself.''
The clipper hove her foro topsail to tho
mast and lowered a boat, and in some five
minute.) afterward her comuiaudcr,followed
by fifteen moii, caino over tho Vaukce'd
side, 'lhc first object that met his gaze
The lirt object that) met his gaze
as be stopped upon the deck, was the old
I 11 1 1
1 iron tun amidships, and the thought of an
"too you arc on a piratical cxpcilition f
"I donno," returned Jade, with an
fended air; '-I spoo ef I'd cum ncro.si
your crafts 'at I could 'ave took, I
should 'avo done it ; but I donno as I
should a bin piratin enny mor'u ycou are
"How many men have you got 2"
"Here's twelve on m, an' cf ycou'vo got
twelve men 'at ken lick us, I'd like to sou
"Never mind about lhat. Jonathan.
e 11 taKC
you into Halifax, and there
."-"i-i j"" "- j""'
1 Tho schooner was searched foro and aft
,mt !m lal ooum uo louuu wurc a uozcn,
old pi.-tols and about as many swords,'
willc" wcro 1110 c:lJ1,1 ,vllI, m tao iloUl ,
they discovered nothing but an array of
empty boxes and banels. I ho English-
charge of the piue, and took us of tho
prisoners on uoarn ms own vessel, leaving
the other six under tho charge of
officer who had been appointed to the
command of tho Rhody, and also left
orders that the schooner should be kept
close in his wake during tho night, as he
"'nucu 10 sec uer saie y oui oi rcacn ot
Until iiiuo o clock at niglit, tlic lino-
dy stood on alter tlic clipper, witu aiit.au
apart, the prize being a little to windward
as owing to her bad bailing the lieutenant
wi-hed to keep tho wcatlicrgage. The
night was quito dark, and tho wind which
had fallen some sinco sundowu,had veered
slightly to the northward.
Whilo the piizo masters wcro earnestly
engaged in keeping up with tho clipper, a
very novel cccno was being enacted in the
f ' ."nt -trf ill moil u-liilo .
prisoners woro set free from tho long boat.
Obcd Nightingale took tho helm, and his
father, pointing a cooked pistol at the
head of tho English officer, said i
"Do you think wo are in earnest or not?''
"I should think you were," replied tho
"Then if you do not obey mo, you will
get a bullet through your head in an in-
stant. Now hail that clipper."
"Scorpion, ahoy 1" shouted tho lieuten
ant, as if for dear life.
In the meantime the Yankee had been
lot off a littla from the wind, so that she
was now within a little mora than a cable's
length of her captor, while tho bold fish
erman were nearly all crouched beneath
tho bulwarks. Some ono from tho clipper
answered the call.
"Tell them tho schooner has sprung a
leak, and that tho cussed Yankees must
have thrown the pump breaks over-board.'
Tho poor lieutenant looked first at tho
stern faco of the old man, then at the
muzzle of the pistol, and then stretching
his lungs to the uttermost, ho obeyed tho
"Now tell them to hcavo to, and you'll
Tho frightened officer obeyed, and on
tho nest moment tho clipper's helm was
put hard down,and her main boom shoved
oyer to tho windward.
Seven of thu Yankee fishermen were
stationed along the lrc rail, with Etout
grapplings in their hands, and in less than
five minutes the Khody's bowsprit loomed
up over tho clipper's weather quarter.
Obcd shoved the helm down, aud letting
go tho sheets foro and aft, tho Yankee
.schooner shot gracefully along.-ido.
"Why in didn't you come up un
der our lee quaxter, shouted tho English
captain, as the fisherman thumped against
the side of his vessel ; but before he could
utter any more of his wrath, with which
he was litterally boiling over, ho found his
deck swarmiiig with strangers:
Tho whole tliiiicr had come about so un.
j J. ll liuiu lllll' liao UUIU .1IJWUI, BU UH-
' accountably, aud. withal, so sundenly, that
.ral, cap'n," said Jade llaskins who
of-kriu bceu released from duranco vile as
Catiic aft to -hcrc that functionary stood
i ,y tho side of old Nightingale, "when do
you think of takin' us intow Halifax?"
Tho Englishman looked very hard at his
uncouth tormentor, but he disdained any
"I say, cap.n," continued Jado, in a
very unfeeling manner, "I rayther guess as
hcow't that air exploit o' yourn won't
amount tew a great deal, will it? Hut,
look here, don't for mercy's sako go home
an' tell your king that j'cou got took by a
Penobscot cod fisherman, cause it might
hurt his fcclins."
This timo tho Englishman's answer
was more wicked and unfeeling than had
been Jade's, for ho not only swore terribly
but ho even wished that every Yankco in
Christendom was in the immediate king-
dom of that horned aud hoofed individual
who is said to reign somcwhero beneath
Before tho sun had set on tho nest day,
tho English prisoners wcro landed at Bel
fast, and Captain Enoch Nightengale found
himself in command of as handsome a
privateer as floated in American waters,
aud until peace was declared aud tho em
bargo raised, he carried ou a mo-.t des
tructive trade among the British mcrchaut-
The following incident recently took
plaeo in Ncwburyport, Mass. A servant
girl iu that town went to Dr. Spafford for
advice, declariug her ailment to be a pain
in tho bowels. The doctor gave her a ca
thartic, aud requested her to call agaiu in
a few days, which she did. Ho then asked
her "did anythin,
pass you after taking
it?" "Yes, sir," said sho, "a horso and
wagon, and a drove of pigs." Tho doctor
collapsed, remarking "I think you must
The editor of the Brookhavcn (Miss.)
Advertiser offers tho following unique ar
gument in favor of raising more corn than
cotton ; Corn is a necossity, but cotton is
only a convcuicuco. A man can livo very
well without a shirt, but what can ho do
In the historical collection at tho palace
at Berlin, there aro two cannon balls.cach
with ono sido (lattcned, said to have been
fired by opposite parties at tho sicgo of
MagdcburL', and to have met together iu
Ask No Quostions.
John W. Forney, in a lalo number of
his Press, says in substanco that "all who
now ask questions as to tho object of tho
present war arc traitors."
"If this bo so," says tho Clcarfiold Re
publican, '"wo can assure him and all oth
ers interested that this Is tho very question
that almost every man you meet is now
asking, and if this makes a man a traitor
tho army of traitors is so numerous that
no man can number them. It is a question
that occupies the thoughts of every citizen,
and it is earnestly propounded upon tho
streets, at every cross-roads, in the Focial
circle, and at every fireside aud no man
is able to give a satisfactory answer.
"Tho President called for 75,1)110 volun
teers for the purpose of defending tho Cap
itol, enforcing tho laws, aud lprobubly to
re-possess tho forts,' &o , within tho sece
ded States. Now, that tho Capitol lias
been defended, and pronounced out of
danger, has not tho country a right to
know whether that which was in doubt and
'probably' on tho Ifith day of last April,
when the President issued his first procla
mation, has yet been decided. So far not
a word has been uttered by any ono in
authority, aud tho country is left to con
jecture. One letter writer says that tho
object of tho war is to retake tho forts,
&c. Another says it is for tho purpose of
subjugating the Southern States, and com
pelling them to remain part cf the Union,
and their citizens to become loyal subjecK
Anothor says it is for tho purpose of 'dri
ving slavery from the continent'; and others
again, that it is all merely for tho purpose
of demonstrating to the world that the
North is stronger than tho South that
twenty millions of people arc able to whip
eight millions 1 Aud in tho face of all
these confused contradictions tho Chevalier
Forney prouounces it treason to ask any
questions as to tho objects of tho war!
The people herotalbio, undor-tko. impression
that they were 'tho source of all political
, . p ... . 1 ll t
' rW" "U"Cr Ur ollst,tullon l lual
i nne l.nvftrmnntil ntilil lint liA mif tinnn n
our Government could not bo put upon a
war footing, and war actually commenced,
without a formal declaration of war by
Congress, arc branded as traitors, if they
ask any questions in relation thereto.
"Judging from the proceedings of tho
Iowa Legislature among the last of tho
Northern States in which wo should look
for anything of the kind it is evident that
the people ot that State arc beginning to
ask traitor's questions. We believe that
the Government should be maintained, but
we do not believe in that assumption of
despotism which seeks to gag the people."
A Goon Stouv. Tho Charlestonians
tell a good story at their own expense,
which well illustrates tho want of discip
line. A company was keeping guard at
tho Arsenal. Tho Colonel of the Hegiment
passing by, saw tho Bentincl inattentive to
his duty, lie took away his gun, then
entered the Arsenal. A subordinate offi
ccr was concocting a cocktail.
"Where is tho Captain?'1 the Colonel
"Please say to him that I want to seo
"Well, after I take a drink," said tho
subaltern. After swallowing his toddy,
ho went up stairs to tho Captain.
"Tho Colonel is downstairs, and wants
to see you, Captaiu,"
" Well, if ho wants to sco me more than
I do him, just tell him to walk up," said
tho Captaiu, who was lying on a bed.
Tho Colonel wcut up stairs, and found
the Captain taking thing3 easy. "Sir,
you ought to bo drilling your company,
Your sentinel don't know how to do his
duty, and I took his gun from him.''
"Well. 1 daro say ho will bo much
obliged to you, I reckon ho was tired car
Tun Tribune says the President's Mes
sage to Conoress, to meet on the Fourth
j 0r juV( ;3 approaching completion. It
will take strong ground in favor of tho
most energetic measures, in order that tho
war may be concluded by the next Winter.
Half a million of men, aud two hundred
millions of money are spoken of as likely
to bo raised.
The Hebrew inscribed stones found in
Ohio, bear a sculptured figure of a Jew
ish priest in costume, with tho name of
Moses over it, and about 25u other char
actors, all in a peculiar alphabet, which
can be road after sonic study, though not
I cxacfly corresponding with any other yet
j known, They form an abstract of tho
Goon order h bread; bad order is
"Whoro wo Aro.
Tho Charleston Mocury exhibits eomo
anxiety to find out "where aro tho North,
cm men who have heretofore professed
friendship for tho South ?" We can an
swer for some of them, says tho Valley
Spirit, perhaps for all. They aro now
where they always have been on the plat
form of the Constitution and tho Union.
Tho Northern Democracy have all along
maintained n firm stand in defence of tha
Union. They have contended that tho
principles of tho llcpubliean party wcro
not warranted by tho Constitution, and
that the triumph of that party would en
danger tho Union. They foresaw that
mischievous men at tho South would tako
advantage of tho triumph of mischievous
principles at tho North, to bring about a
dissolution of tho Union, and they worked
with disinterested and untiring but unsuc
cessful zeal to avert that calamity.
Having opposed tho Republican party
chiefly on tho grouud that its success would
divide the country, could it bo expected
that tho Northern Democracy would turn
round and help tho Charleston Mercury
and its co-laborers to make tho division .1
Our aim was to save tho Union, not t.o
break it, and our obligation to fight for it
is just as strong now ns it was last Novem
ber. It will not do for our lato Southern nl
lies to charge us with abandoning them.
It is they who have abandoned ns. We
never agreed to go beyond tho Constitution
and the Union to defend their rights.
Within tho palo of these, wc would havo
stood by them to tho last ; and if they had
stoou by us just ono year longer, tho Re
publican party and its pernicious and un
constitutional principles would have been
Between the Republicans and tho Se
cessionists the country has been brought to
a dismal plight. The Northern Democracy
havo no share in tho responsibility, but
they arc unanimously taking a hand in tha
work of preserving tho Union. When
that good work shall bo done, they will
plaeo themselves as a protecting wall
around any section of tho country vhc:s
coustilutional rights may be invaded.
At an evening party lately, a young
man from Englaud was boating of the
pedigree, wealth and importance of his
"0 yes," said Sara II your father and
mine spent part of their lives together."
"Where was that?" sharply replied th-
"In the Bloomingdalc poor house!" wi
tho stinging answer.
"Wiikre do you hail from ?'' queried s
Yankee from a traveller.
"Where do you rain from ?" was tho
"Don't rain at all !" said the astonished
"Neither do I hail, so mind your own
"FATIIKti," said a lady of tho new
school to her indulgent spouse, as he re
sumed his pipe after supper, "you must
buy our dear Gcorgianna an English gram
mar and spelling book, tho has gone
through her French, Latin and Greek,
music, drawing and dancing, and now sho
must commence English.''
Bekf roil the Aumv. Mr. Hugh Ma
nor, of Chicago, 111., is tho lowest bidder
to furnish tho beef wanted for the Army.
Ho will deliver it in Pennsylvania at Sa,UO
live weight, and in Washington at 4,-18 per
The ship Monarch of Iho Sea, from
Liverpool, arrived in New York on Wed
nesday, with nine hundred and fifty-four
Mormons as passengers. They left on
Thusday, for Utah.
Cor,. Williamson, of the Sickles Brig
ago, has sworn that "tho Tribune mu
not and should not be circulated among th
soldiers at Camp Scott."
The Sun should shine on festivals, bu
tho moon is tho light for ruins.
A man winds up his clock to mal
run, and his business to niako it stop.
To nn liberal without being just, is
generous pride ; which is very apt to c
demn those who bound their liberality
their real circumstances.
Doo-steai.inq in tho second degr
stealing city-made saugages.
Or what color is grass covered
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