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LEVI L. TATE, Editor
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"TO HOLD AND TRIM THE TORCH OF TRUTH AND WAVE IT O'ER THE DARKENED EARTH."
VOL. 15.--NO. 32.
BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY PA-, SATURDAY OCTOBER 12, 186L VOLUME 25.
l'UHMSItnn EVERY SATURDAY, IIY
LEVI L. TATE,
iM MOOMSBURQ, COLUMBIA COUNTY,. PA,
o f"fic e-
tn the neie Brick liuUding. opposite the Exchange, fy side
of the Court Home, "Democratic Head Quarters."
terms or suBscnirTiox.
Oil In ndvauct', for one copy, for sit months.
1 75 III advance, lor onu copy, one cor,
OU IT not paid within tliu llrstthrce innuthf,
x2 51 If not paid vv Itliln the llrst sit months.
U 50 If not paid vv ittiiii the year.
H7 No suturrtptlon tiken for lesi than (tlx months,
And no paper discontinued until all arrearages shall hn o
K7" Or.llnnrvAtivKRTHEMFNTdtiiafrteil.aiul Jou Work
siecututt, at thu cslablishcdpriccs.
BALTIMORE LOOK HOSPITAL.
rpHE founder of this Celebrated Institution, oflVrs the
X iiiuu certain, speruy, una oiuv" emiiu.-ii reiuruy in
tti world for vtlVrU rr (teeW, Mm turt-H.Hemiiiahve'uk
in4. I'.ii in in tin Loiim. Constitutional Ilcliil it . Ilium-
truer, Weakliest nf Hi Rick mill Limbs, Allci tions of
the Kidneys, Palpitation or the Heart, DHpcpsia, JScr
vous Irnlahiht), Disease uf tlu Hrad, Throat, Nose or
rkiii, niul all those- mTinm nml jmlnnchily Hi-orderi
arising irom tui tiesuuuivu nanus oi iuiuii, vwtnii uu
tniVK Imth boilv nud mind, 'I hee Hi'irrt ami solitary
praitiees, are more lutat tu their iitinM than tin- song of
tlu reus io lite manners ijij tiiiiHiuufi uieir moi
brilll'iut hopes anil uiitiilputious, rendering marriage &.c,
Married person, or Vomig Jlrn cniitrin lathi,! mar
rlage, being aware of physical weakness, organic ilealuli
t, deformities, A:r should iintiu'iliattly consult Hr
Johnston, niul he lettori d to ne-rfeet health.
Il who places himself uinlt-r tin1 tan of lr. John-ion,
may rrligiimitly mutiik in Ins honor as a gentlemen, and
tonitilt'liliy n ty upon in- kiu iik a pu xiiidii.
iinint'tli itcly cur r. I ami full v it,or n-htorcil,
Thi it denease id tint pt n iU mo-t frcpiently paiJ by
those ivho have become the victim of improper indulgeii
i . Voting piTsoni nre ion apt tu roiiiiint etertk ironi
not being aware of thi! dre, nihil coii-'"pivnri! that may
fiii in. Now. iu iii.it uiuirxiaitiifi iric miiiji'tt u mi pri
tend to dt-ny th it the puwi-r nf prom utioti is ht-l Miar
by thoiefulliu'4 into improper li'ilutt than by the prihlt'iii,
lli'tiidi't h-'iiii; drpriVLiI ot the pleasure uf healthy oil
Fprmna, the nio-t serious and oefrtructive n niptonn to
hutlt budy and inlml nrine. The ttyMem Ih-coiim's ilcian;'
?til tlu pliysif.il and lutrtital potvrrit weakened, iiorom
debility, d) itpt-pia, palpitation of the heart, indict Mum,
u wasting c the lranio,Couh, t) mploina of Cuiitump
t mil, &.c.
D'hce, No. 7 Sot'Tii Fredrii k s-rnu tvveu door
from ll.iltimore strci t, llat hid-, up tht sti-ps. lie par
ticular in "bi rvms ilie.NAMIi nml M-'MHlMt, tr joit
will liu-t.ikf the pi. 1 1.1.
A (Jure h'ttr rented, or vo Charge ,M.iJc, in ftom Ot.e to
NO MCUCUUV Oil XALVnm'i DUURrt L'i'IID.
Member of the lloal t'oll.c ''I f'tirgmim, nt London.
(Jradunte froiiionof the must cmiueiit t-'ullciicn the
I'lutod lati-, aii'l (lie t-'reat-r part nt wtiMi-lll ,m
been fpeut in the Hrrt ll.ipitaU ot Loudon, I 'a lis Phila-
delplii i and here, It is rib ili-d Mtine of tin limst as i
tiniMlnut; curesth.it were ever known; many tn-iiidnl
with riugiii4 in Hie head andtais wlin arli-i p. tirviit '
in roU4iitn, ItL'in itt.iriiu'd at sudden stMiu.l, (in. I iah .
iitu4s, w Hh tr"n'Ut l)iihiiii. alt'Midedcoiui tinics, with
derHiiiement of mind, wero niri'd liiimctli.itil).
A (.'i:UTAl DlrillAHi:.
When th" mi!iuidfd and impnuh-iii otary of pleasure .
find-t h) li 14 unbilled Ih" si cd s nf Him painful ilisi-a-c, it
tint oflfii liapp.-iHtIi.it an ill titiu'il ffiiso of Mi iiiip or I
dread uf distuvi-ry, detrrs him tnuti applj 11 Iti ibose
who from i tiuc.tuon ami rvspeiutmuj i nn aioia- it i r i ni
hi in. tkl.i) iui! till tliu rousiitiUmuary fjmploius ot'tlm
horrid djfiii! maki-s tln-irappi-aram', smh as uki-ruted
ttiircthru.it, disrated noc, ui turre, pains in Ihelicut
and limb', diiiiu of m jht, d tafnexs, iimtes tm tin r-kiu
liou;ii, an.laritH blotehi's mi tl.s 'H'.id. t'.m'aiiii i tri me
lis, proitretsina w ith rapulit) ,lill at l.t the palatu of
III! niUlllll Ulllt II" ! f I"'" .Ml.l III - 1 II Mill I.( 1
thuil'ioM-' in'conii'H.i horrid nbji-i t id Miiu'iiis-iT.iiiou
till d. ath puts a p.-no.l tit hi h itretuilul hiili'-'riii's b) sen
ti'nij hiiti to "th it bourne from wln-ni e no ir.it-l r re I
lunu." To siuh, th r.'tori', Dr. Johfton pb-dut s him-J
s -If to preserve Hh' mut i-nvioaldf ei n i y. and lrim hh
txifiisivu pruitieu in the tirst U-pitaN ni liumpc and t
Aun'rira, h can runiidently reeouiiueiid nil'. and spi edy
cure tu the uufortuiiati' idiiuot lhi horrid dit-ae. i
TAKi: IWUTlULXAlt NllTlL'R
Dr. J. nddresn s all thoxc wlm h ic injured thommlvi s '
dy private and improper iudiik'ences.
These are snimi uf the had and nulanrholy eflV(tt pro
duced by early habits ofjouth. 'i7.: Weakness uf the
Loss of Mu-icular Pow.-r, Palpitation of the Heart. Iis-
m.oia. Nervous lrratalnliu, Ib-rauaL-m.-nt uf tho luj'-s 1
Jl.tlK nilll iilllllll, l .IUI in tu " il' ii'ii iniitiii n ui fltflH
live Puuctioiis.Ceueral Iteldhty, siiiptouisof Cousuiiip.
MKVTALT.V. Th) f.'arful Hie it a upon tlie n ind nro
much to be dreaded. I.ossol lniior.CuiifiiMuu uf Ideas
liour-KHnutii uf the Snirits. Tun bn.hni's. Aversion'
ofHoiiity. Tiuiity, Ate., an- suuiu nf the en produci-d,
Tlmus.iuds of persons ol all ages can now Jtnijre u Jiut
is the iame ut tlx-lr decliuiu-r hratth. Looping tlnir
Igor, becoming weak, pale and rmariatrd, hauntr mi.1
lful.tr oppearanenbuat the uj es, luiigh and n)inptuius ol
ovs invk;oi:atix kumuuv por
Ily this greatftml important reinedj, weakness of the
orgam are t-perdily mred, and full vigor restored.
Thuiuauds of tliu mu-t nervous and di liililati'd. who
had lost all hope, have been humediaU'ly r Ix-vcd. All
iiiipcdiuicuts tu .Marriage. Pin sit al and Mental DiMpiali'
Iliution. Nervous I rratabiiity, Tremldinss ainl Weakness
tr ihaustaiiou of the uiuat fearful kind, speedily iuriJ
by Doitnr Johutott.
Who have injured thum-lvi's by a certain practice,
Indulged in when alone n habit tre'pHiitl) luiriii-tl from
evil companion, or at hihuol-the elfeits uf which arc
nightly telt, even when aeep, ami if nut Hired renders
inarnacre impussild', and tlcstrojs both uii'id and bud),
bhuiild appl) iminetliately.
What a pitty that juuug mnu. the hopu of his country,
and tliJ dailiug of hi parents, should bo suatihetl front
nil proipeiU and enjo ineiit uf life, by the iuiisipii-n
res of dev iatiug fiom th path of nature, and indulging
in a aertaiu secret habit, uch persons be tore con
should reflect ttiat sound iiiiud ami body are the most
necjxsary remiisities tu promote connubial happiness
Indeed, without these the louriiev through life b.-iui.ies ,
n weary pilgrimajte, the prospect hoiirl darkens to
til- view; tho liiiml lK'couifs shattoweu with despair &
tilled with the uulaiuiioiy reu.ttiou iiiai me Happiness
of another becomes hliaht'd with our own,
OPl'lCi: NO. 7 SDI'TIl I'ltl'.lH'.IMCK ST.. Jlttlttmore, Ml
all tm;iiLoii;it vnts pi:ui'oitMi:it.
N. II. Li t no false modest r.-vent juil, but apply
iliimvdiati IV i-llher pt'rsunalb ii' In L tier.
Si KIN lUHllAHLrtM'I'.LDIIiV CUKUD.
Tlia many thoiHauds eured at this institution within
the 1 1st 11 j ears, and the numerous important Surgical
Operatiuus perfiiriued by llr. Juhiiftou, vvituesM-tl by
tin reporters oftlm paprs and mail) other persons, no
tices uf which have appear d again and again before the
public, b- tides his standing us a gentleman uf ilmraUer
andresponsibilH) , in a suilit ieut miiirauteetothcaliticte J
TAUT, NUTH II.
N. II, Tiiere tire so man) ignorant nml worthletj
Uuacks a Iverlising theuisi'lves ph ncians, ruining the
health of the already uillictetl, that lit. Johnston deems
it necessary to ta, epeilatl) to those tiuutpiaiuti"d
witli his reputation, that his crcelintials uud diplniuia
olwajti hang in his oltice.
Takb Nuiiik All litters intut bo post paid, and
coutaiu a iosiage btatup fur tliu reply, or no aiuwer w ill
B .E. N & I g a n ? .
II. 0. HOWER,
SCRGE0N EXT I ST
ItKPLCTri'LLYoflVra his profession
1 al serv ices to the ladies and geiitlcnuu of
Imuonifcbiirg and viiiuity. lie i prepared
tu attend to nil the various operations in
the lino of las profession, he is provided w ith the latest
liupruveilpcrctlaiu teeth, which will he inserted on
gold, pt.itina, bilveraud rubber bane; tuluok as we'll as
the natural teeth,
Mlneru plate and block teeth manufactured and all
operations on teeth, car' lully and properly attended tu
lllooiiisbiinf, Pa.. August ;t, 101.
TUB subscriber would respcctfullyopprUc hU friends
and the public genetully. that fie lias opened
Under the above name, in Jersetowii, Columbia couti
ty. Pa., where hois fully jirepure! to entertain the
traveling community to general satisfaction. His TA
liLU and UAU.uro well supplied uud wilt he carefully
lupeniiteuded, And his hVAHLV, U umplu and wed
stock-d, in charge uf careful rooms, will alwujile
U." He invites a sliaro of tho public custom, and
pledges his busUfToru.ta help his guests feel at home,
T. V. II II II 12 IS ,
(Put censor lo J. P. Eon ir.)
mioi,Ks.ir.r. iimum i.f
TOBACCO, SNUFF AND CIGARS,
No. 8 N'urlli 1'iflli St., nbovo Mntkrt.
Also, Manufacturer niul Importer of
FOREIGN & DOMESTIC SEQAKS.
May li, lCO-Um.
P U M 1 M AKINO.
Tlin tuitlcrniencd inform the public pcnernlly that
they have formed a co partnership, and will contin
ue the bullies; of 1'utnp making and rrpatrinft, In nil
their arious departments, in llloomruirR, where they
will promptly attend to all orders In their lino of bust
nens, whither In town or country.
Well and Cistern .'nmps, wilh leaden Pipo, made In
the hept stjle of workmanship, on moderate terms, and
on very short notice.
From their long experience in the huinrsf, snd an
earnest desire In have tlit-tr wurk ruiniticml (in if t t)m
public they frels conlldcnt thev can make f Inn nhjeit to
""" " n "iiij si v in v iii uieir rnioni ami renner piue
ral tatisUaloii. JilllN CIIUTCIILUY.
lilnomsburg, April 13, 3ni
rtiui.r.rAi.r. and ui:taii.
REDDING AND FEATHER WARE
HOUSE, No.ii Nortli SfconJ Street, Uiipnsite Christ Church,
V?" Cimtintlynn tnml, n largo ns.ortiucnt of lie,!.,
Mattrrj.,", I'.ullaiisei,, Ciltilnus, Hair, Husk, Cattail,
inn! nil nrlli 1,'H in tlm line nt the l.ouegt l'rKC.
A" It t'artfular altcnttun paid to rcnoiattnf .Vcic an
.M.'irrlr.', lc.il lint.
til 23 W E Ifi k'll ID S Wo
(T,ATK KVOLE UniLt.,)
THIRD STHUET ABOVE RACE,
R1I0ADS, & SaTToR, Proprietors.
TiioiiMAs V. RoAt, formerly of the National Hotel
t'nHis Hiior, tnruierly of tfihu)lkill Co. 1'a.
Maith'J. I-'jI- IvJiii.
JOLINE & LEE,
.Nil. 40, NOIITII WHAUVKS,
Hpuii Cut ton fur C.inlkiiiir, Ilojit's, Twines, Tar, Pitch,
Oakmii, l!Io(K-, and Oars, A.c.
August 1, lrt.0- l.'iu.
PROTEUTION PROM LIOIITNINO.
rplli: sulccrili 'r would InfiTiu his friends, that lu i
1 now pri'pan-d topntup, uii thurt notice, and in a
si ientilit it mi ii ne r, tin !.! t
vurrtxi vahWEi) umrrxixo hods,
at 12 u ids per foot. All work warranted.
i;. n. mui.nM am.
Hlooiiuhurt't May UI, ti.O.
THE WINK STORE,
311 WAIACT STIil'.lIT,
(below I'uurth tt..)
Au'ju'.l 1, 1" 12m.
X 0 T I C E.
txTsmm are f.rtii! flui iiil' the rniteil States
I. nil, r ali Mai linie. A. llullcm r.-ilt-nt. e,eiliiiL'
frniii aiillniti.i-!l a:i-iitM Willi pnwir of nttorne) i.h .u
aru iliteriiiiiieil to cuftrie tin- lav. ill all t-uili in.is,
A. Ill Tl'i:il raittttn
TIIOH. V. JlllUAIl.
l:py. An;. 17, Irtil. 3hi.
E A W - JK O jV E
Super-Pliosplnito of Lime.!
MANUPACTUUKI) UY JiAUQII k SONS,
a on South fl'harVCS Ph thuMnltin
' nuiiiAy j. twiaapwa.
Onh I'i'icO, 8 10 llCT 12000 11)3
armers and Di-itlers can rrly upon tin; pBsurancethat
the ihariuter of this will known manure is still fully
llniiii prepared striitly in orcorilnnre with brlentific !
prno ipi.-s, inun r.iiiies in Uieir natural state, without
'" proressoi buruiugor baking, and under the pi rsonal
tiUp-Tri-ioii ui Hi' propria tint, tlu-yiaii lioiu'tly .'uar-
auttf it as r'presuiitel in this n-sput, and aUu as be-
iug vutirily IVlu from adulter.it. on,
GUOUM) iiWV liOXES'
Cahh Price, per 000 lbs.
Tin' superior value of this ttandard nrliile of (irnmnl
Hones is now so will know ii, that it is only riuess.iry
here to remind Dealers that our taiHities fur its maiiu
fat I urea re now tulhiielit tu nieit thu iiK-nt ailive di
Lv"' Th" above Manures can be had of regular dealers
In tins luiiuty, oi uf
IIAU(JH (t, H(tfJ,
Jtaitufatturm and rioitrhrvri.
No. JU South Wharves, Philadelphia.
July 90, lOlyiii.
LUEUXE COUNTY A01UCULTU
THK THIRD ANNUA'. I'AIIl of the laizerne County
Agricultural Society w ill be h Id on their (iroitnds,
at WVOMIMJ, on Vi:illiAV, TIIL'ltr!)AV and
PKIIIAV. Hi- --M. :il and -Ith tlavs of Ottcber. 1-I1. Lx
tensive improv enieiila Have been inauo on their grounds
lor tin wituniii, mui a very niteral rremium I.i.l is otl-
ered for exhibitors, hum h nioie so Ih.ui I hose uiUred ut
their prev ious i-lubiiiuns. Tin' e'lubitioii promises to
bu iiinuually 1 irge ami uttruttive.
runners, Metli.inics. and the public generally, will
find it to tli.'iradvuutage to bu present, Imlh as exhibit
ursaud sitectators, and arc cordially invited to ntti ml.
STIXI'JIN JUN'KINs!. M-cretary.
Wjnniing, Pept.7. Jtll. Ut.
Lutruc Ccunty Agriculiual Sitciciy.
13KOPOS LH will bo received by the uudersisned,
t atWvoiiiiiig, until ptttmber l'.'tii ftll fur PitlVl
LKtil'.H 101: H1:VPAV' YN'1S, on the (.'rounds id' the
oib-ty, at their Pair, uu thu -.'d.Hd mid 4th tla) s of Oetu.
ber. lMll. us follow g '
One Restaurant I or tilUen of He rant on and vicinity.
.1 .1 Pnutoo
i " the coo ity generally.
The Hocicty demres that eai h prominint locality sli.dl
have arrangements for meals., rUreslnncnts, &.t., made
b) one of its uw 11 cili.en if e sired b tin; 111, ami heiao
No iiitiiMtatingtlrinks of any kind will be permitted
to bo sotdoutliA (iroumU byiiii) uue.
Applh uttntis for tho priv lieges on the fi rounds nf th'
Hocittj during th'.1 I'air.inn) bJinadetothu uutleisigned
any time prev ious to llie Pair.
STD'IIP.N JKNKIN-!, Secretary.
joining. Hept 7, IMjL '.'t.
Till: additiou'to this liutltution being about comple
ted, there are lomioitable accommodations now for
about seventy hoarders, and (he Autumn Term will
comuitnco 011 the Will of August,
The services of II. (iiU rt. late Professor of Mod
ern l.aug'jn(jes in one of our College., have bnrn secur
ed, ltesides possis.ing the reliile stliolastie attain
mcnts, and having hudviar of successful eiperieueu
in teaching in tlu eounir) , Pnd. ilbert in his Iravt Is
has gaiue'd spenal attention tutuu Kducutional systims
111 UuroptMii.il is competent to in.truit in the Latin.
Uermau, r rencii, or Italian langnages.
l'or terms or ttirtlu r paiticulurs eu the card in another
column. oi address the Principal,
Millv ille.Pa., August letil.
H HOWARD ASSOCIATION PHIL
ADl.LPIHA. , ,
A llelit'volent Institution cstablUhed by special endow -meiit.
for the relief of the Sick and inares.ed. atllKt-d
with Virulent and Epidemic Diseases, and wspec tally
lor the Curo ofDinases of the Sexual Organs. His-pen-ary
fren m patients In all parts of the (JuiledHtaies
VALUAlH.i: RLTOiU'ti n ipennatorrhiua. uud oih.
iifiiii. (4.. it nl Orninin. and on the NLW
ItUMLUILd eiuploji'd, scut to the nlllicted in seal id
letter envelop-.- Iree of charge, Two ui threu Hiamns
for postage will bu acceptable, Address DU. J fclvll.'
LIN lloUtHITON. Aiting Hurgeou, Howard Associa
tion, No. a tfoutU Ninth titreet, Philadelphia Po.
For the Cotumhlti Dmocrat.
Entering on tho walk of life,
Maldtn, tho way seems fair before thec :
Merrily trills the birds glad song,
And brightest skies are round and o'er thee
icy for age in the world f Ah I no,
Animate Nature tells of decay.
Nothing immortal hut man, bilow
Ecn the earth fhall pass nway.
Take thou, maiden, the better pnrt,
Angels are waiting to mark thy choice.
Take thou "a pure and unspotted heart,"
Eternity then shall not hound thy Jo)s.
11Y WlLUtKCCLttV DRY A ST.
Oh I country, tnarwl of the earth,
Oil, realm to sudden greatness grown,
The age that gloried in thy birth
Shall it heboid thec overthrown f
S'ia.1 traitors lay that prenttiegs low f
Nut land cfhopuund blessing, Not
And wo whowenr thy glorious name,
Shall w e, like cravens, stand apart,
When those w horn thou hast trusted aim
The'death blownt thy gemrout heart I
I'otth goes the battle cry ; and lo !
MosU rise in harness, shouting No!
And they who founded our laud
Tho power that rules from sea to sea,
IJled tlu-y in aiti or vainly planned
To leave their country great and free?
Thc.tr slJi'pinz ashes from below
eud up the thriving murmur. No I
Knit they the gentle ties which long
The FUtcr St itcs werp proud to wear,
And forged the kindly links so strong
For idle hands in sport to tear?
Tor scornful hands aside to throw?
No I by our father's memory, No!
Our humming marls, our iron way,
Our w nid tossed w ouds oh mountain crest,
The hoarse Atlantic, w ah his bays,
The calm broad oct an of tin- West,
And Mi-siMippTs torrent flow,
And loud Niagara answers No I
Not yet the hour is nigh, when they
Who, deep in Kid's dim twilijiht sit
Karth's ancient kings shall rie and sayt
"Proud country welcome to the pit I
S soon art thou like u, brought low I"
No, sullen group of shadows, No 1
Tor now behold the nrm that gave
Th -.Uiory in our father's day,
Strung, ui of old, to guard and save -
That migkty nrm which none can stay
On clouds above and lU-lds bulow,
Writes, in men's tight, the answer, Not
Artomus Ward sees the Prince
NotliwitLstandiu I ltaiut writ much for
tho papers of lato, nobody needn't flatter
thcirsclvcs that tho underfilled is dod.
On the coutry (,I still live," which words
was spoken by Daniel Webster, who was a
able man. Even tho old lino whigs of
Roston will admit that. Webster is ded
now, bowsovcr, and his mantle has piobly
fallen into the hands of some dealer iu -ml
hand close, who can't sell it. Leastways
nobody pears to bo goiu round wearin it
to any particlcr extent, now days. Tho
regiment of whom 1 was kurnol finerly
concluded thoy was better adapted as Homo
Cards, which accounts for you not hcarin
of me, ere this, where the hauls is tho
thickest and the canuou doth roar. Rut
as an American citizen I shall never cease
to admire tho masterly advance our troops
made on Washington from Hull Run, a
short tinioa"o. It was well dun. 1 spoke
lo my wife bout it at the time. 3Iy wife
scd it was well duu.
It bavin there l bin determined to por
ted Raldinsville at all hazzurds, and as
there was no apprehenshun of any immejit
danger, I thought I would go orf onto a
pleasure tower. Aceordiuly I put on a
clean Riled Shirt and started for Wash
ington, I went thero to sec tho Prints
Napoleon, and not to see tho placo which
I will hero take occasion to obsarvo is
about as uniutcrestin a locality as there is
this side of J. Davis s futuro homo, if hu
over docs die, and whero I rccon thoy 'II
make it so warm for him that he will si
for his .milliner close. It is easy cnuiY to
see why a man goes to tho poor houso or
the penitentiary. It's becaws ho can't
help it. Rut why ho should woluntarily
go and livo in Washington is iutirely be
yond my comprehension, and I can t say
no fairer nor that.
I put up to a leadin hotel. I saw tho
landlord aud sed, "how d yo do Squaro?"
"Pil'ty cents, sir," was his reply,
"Half a-dollar. Wo charge twenty-fivo
cents for hokm ut tho landlord aud fifty
cents for fpcakin to him. If you want
supper, a boy will show you to tho dinin
room for twenty fivo cents. Vour room
bcin tho tenth story, it will cost you a dol
lar to bo shown up there."
"How much do you ax a man for
breathin iu this equinomical tavurnl"
"Ten cents a breth," was tho reply.
Washincton hotels are very rcaoni
iu their oharges. N. U. This is Sar-kassum.
I sent up my kcord to tho Prints, and
was immcjitly ushered before him. Ho
received mo kindly and nxed mo to sit
"I hav cum to pay my rospecks to you,
Mister Napoleon, hopin I see you halo and
"I am fpuito well," ho scd. "Air you
"Sound as a cuss T' I ainorcd.
Ho seemed to bo pleased with my wavs,
and ho entered into conversation at onct.
"How's Lewis ?'' I axed, and ho scd
tho Emperor was well. Eugony was like
wise well, ho scd. Then I axed him was
Lewis a good provider? did he cum home
early nitcs ? did ho porfoom her bed room
at a unseasonable hour with gin and tauzy?
Did he go to tho "Lodge" on nitcs when
thoro wasn't any Lodgo ? Did ho often
hav to go down town to meet a friend ?
did he hav a cxtensiv acquaintance among
poor young widcrs, whoso husbans was in
Californp ? to all of which questions tho
Prints pcrlitely rcplide, givin mo to under
stau that the Emperor was bchavin well.
"I ax these questions, my royal duko
and most noble highucss and imperials,be
kaws I'm anqious to know how ho stands
as a man. I know lie's smart. Ho is
cunnin, he is long-hcdcd, he i.) deep ho
is grate. Rut onlcss ho is good ho'U come
down with a crash one of these days and
tho Ronyparts will be Rusted up agin,
Ret your life ?"
"Air you a preacher, sir?' ho inquired,
'No, sir. Rut bleevo in morality. I
likewise blceve iu Mectin Houses. Show
mo a place where thero jsu't any Jlcctin
Houses and where preachers U never seen
and I'll show you a placo where old hats
air 8'nlTed into pruken winders, where tho
children air dirty aud ragged, whero gates
hav no hinges, where tho wimin air s ip
shod, and wlu.ro map3 of the devil's "wild
land'' air painted upon incu s shirt-bosoms
wilh tobjccojooce ! That's what I'll show
you. Lot us consider what tho preachers
do for us before wo abooso 'cm."
He scd ho did t mean to aboosso tho
clergy. Not at all, and ho was happy to
see that I was interested iu tho Ronypart
"It's a grato family," sed I. "Rut
thoy scoped tho old man in."
'How, sir 1"
"Napoleon tho Grand. Tho Rritialicrs
scoped him at Wulcrloo. Ho wanted to
do !oo much, and ho did it ! They scoop
ed him in at Wutcrloo, aud ho subsekeut
ly died at St. Helcuy ! There s where
tho gratcst military man this world ever
projuced, pegged out. It was rather hard
to cotisiuc such a man as him to St. 1 1 de
ny, to spend his larst days iu catehin inao
koiil, aud walkin up and down the dreary
beach iu a military cloak drawn titely
round him, (see picter books',) but so it
was, "Hud of the Army 1" Them was
his last words. So ho had been. He was
grato I Don't I wish we had a pair of his
old boots to command sum of our Rri
This pleased Jerome and ho took mo
warmly by tho hand.
''Alexander the Grato was puukins," I
contiuuered but Napoleon was puukiiuor !
,Uio wept bekaws thero was no more worlds
to scoop, and then took to dnukini,'. ilo
drowudid his stirrers in tho flowiu bole,
and tho flowiu bolo was to much for him.
It giurally is. Ho undertook to give a
snake exhibition in bis boots, but it killed
him. That was a bad joke for Alio.
"Sinco you arc so solicitous about
France, and the Emporor, may I ask you
' how your own country is gcttiug aloug ?"
sed Jerome iu a pleasant voice.
j "It's mixed," 1 scd. "Rut I think we
( shall coino out all right."
) "Columbus when ho diskivered this
magnificent continent, could have had no
ideo of tho grandeur it would ono day as
soom,1' sed tho Prints. j
"It cost Columbus twenty thousand dol
lars to fit out hii cxplorin expedition," scd
I. '-If ho had bin a sensible man he'd
I hav put tho monoy in a boss rai road or a
' gas company, aud left this magnifiuout
continent to tho intelligent savages, who
whon thoy got hold of a good thing knew
cnuff to keep it, and wouldn' hav seceded,
nor rebelled, nor kuoct Liberty ill tho bed
with a sluugshot. Columbus wasn't much
of a feller, after all. It would hav bin
money iu my pocket if he'd staid to home.
Chris, went well, but ho put his foot in
it when ho sailed for America,
Wo talked sum moro about mattors and
things, and at larst I riz to go. "I will
av noo-hvn to vnn nnli n nr. ann
good luck to you. Likowiso tho samo to
Clotildy. Also to tho gorgeous persons
which compose your soot. If tho Empe
ror's boy don't liko livin at tho Toolerics,
when ho gits older, aud would liko to im
bark in tho show biz ucss, let him come
with mo aud I'll make a man of him.
You hud m sumwhat mixed as I beforo
obsarved, but come apin next year and
you'll Dnd us clearer nor ever. Tho Amer
ican Eagle has lived too sumptuously of
late his stummie becum foul, and he's
now taking a slight emetic. That's all
We're cettin ready to striko a Lie blow
and a suro one. When we do striko thoj
fur will fly and secession will bo in tho J
hands of tho undertaker, sheeted for so i
deep a gravo that nothin short of Gabriel's '
trombone will ever awaken it! Jlind what j
I say. You've heard tho showman. I
Then advisin him to keep away from
the 1'etor Funk auctions of tho East, and I -jjg )j00j say3 uno corporation with slave
the proprietors of corner-lots iu tho West, ; Holders in politics, no fellowship with them
I bid him farewell, and went away.
Thero was a levco at Senator What's
his names, and I thought Idjinein the
festivities for a spell. Who should I see
but she, that was Sarah Watkius, now the
wife of our Congrcsscr.trippin iu tho dance
dressed up to kill in her storo close. Sa
rah's father used to keep a littlo grosery
in our town, and she used to clerk it for
him in busy times. I was rushiu up to
shake hands with her when she turned on
her heel, and tossin her head in a contemp
tuous manner, walked away from mo very
rapid. "Hallo, Sal," I hollerd, "can't
you measure me a quart of them best me-
Masses? I may want a codfish, also !" I
guess this remiuded her of the little red
1 storo aud the "days of her happy child
Rut I fell in with a nice littlo gal after
that who was much sweeter than Sally's
' fathers molasses, and I axed her if we
i shouldn't "lide iu tho mossy dance. She
scd wo should, and wo G lode.
I intended to make this letter very se
ns, but a fow goaks may have accidently
crept in. Never mind. Resides, I think
it improves a konue paper to publish a
goak once in a while. Yours muchly,
Ankchotk told my Dasiul WnnSTEK.
Hon. Daniel Webster had an anecdote
of old Father Searl, the minister of his
boyhood, which has never been in print,
I and which U too good to bo lost. It was
' customary then to wear buckskin breeches
I in cool weather. Ono Sunday morning
! in the autumn, Father Scarl brought his
down from the garret; but tho wasps had
taken possesion of them during the sum
mci, and were having a nice time in them.
Ry dint of effort ho got out the intruders
aud dressed for mcetiug. Rut while read
ing the scriptures to the congregation, he
felt a dagger from ono of tho enraged
small waisted fellows, uud jumped about
the pulpit slapping his thighs. Rut the
more he slapped around and danced the
moro they siung. The people thought
him crazy, aud were in commotion what
to do, but he explained the matter by
I " Rrethren don't bo alarmed. Tho
I word of tho Lord is in my mouth, but tho
devil is in my breeches."
Another Fj:. mi. nine Volumeer. A !
folnilliuo rceru;t, named Mary Smith, late-1
. cni!,tcj jn tho MeClcllan Zouaves, was
di-eovcicd at Camp Wood, Cleveland, 0
hio on Tuesday. Mary is said to bo in
telligent, good looking, full of patriotism,
pluck, and aged about twenty-two years.
Suspicion to ncr sex was urst exetveu uy J5ellf Stevens, Davis, Toombs and Crittcn
tho peculiar wring of tho dish cloth, which ! ,icn wcr0 viUing to strike hands with
she gave whon assisting iu cookiug tho D0Ugias, Riglcr and others of the North,
company's rations, hut all doubts vanished ho opposed this. Look at the vote on
in tho distribution of " unmentionables ;" , the Crittenden Proposition. 'J ho gcntlc
a pair was handed to tho reciuit with the man is mistaking about tho eleven secccd
feiniuino voice to fit on. He sat down, ' tj States casting their votes for Mr. Rrcc-
pinned the garment to his knee, and began
to sow with tho cxpertnoss of a profession
al seamstress. Ou being questioned, Ma
ry plead guilty, aud said sho wished to go
to war to avengo the death ot an only
brother, who fell at tho battle of Hull Run.
Miss Smith was scut to Dayton.
y Two acquaintances meeting on a
wet day, tho ono greeted the other with
Beautiful rain this, sir; fetohing things
out of tho ground." Second friend, dis
consolately " Hopo not sir; hopo not.
Got two wives thero sir."
A Child's TiiouaitT. A little girl was
ono night uudcr tho starry sky, intently
meditating upon the glories of the heavens.
At last looking up to tho sky, sho said s
"Father, I have been thinkingif tho wrong
sido of heaven is so
beautiful, what will
thn right sida bo?"
For the Columbia Democrat.
Reply to Mr. Republican.
Mr. Republican starts out in Lis last
issue with tho idea that Thomas Jefferson
held tho samo views in regard to emanci
pation that Helper docs, (excuso mo, Mr.
Editor, for mentioning their names in con
nection) for I consider it an insult to tho
memory of tho illustrious founder of tho
Democratic party, to bs spoken of in the
samo sentence with tho author of that sec-,
tional incendiary work, which tries to make
a white man out of an Jljrican Negro j
tho gentleman certainly cannot accuse mo
of quoting isolated cases, for nearly all of
tho leaders of his party endorsed and ro-
commended it, together with his own sane
tion. that there was nothing in the work
but what ho had a perfect rii-ht to publish.
in religion, no recognition of pro-slavery
men except as ruffians, outlaws, and crimi
nals." Now, is not this an outrage, a lie
of tho deepest die, to chargo such men as
Washington, Jefferson, Madison and oth
ers who were the founders of our Govern
ment, with such contcmptiblo epithets.
Now sec the position of Mr. Republican.
Ho says Helper had a perfect right to
publish this. In his last ho says the press
has no constitutional right to lie. Now
chose cither horn of the dilemma. His
reference to tho influence of Abolitionism
in separating religious bodies is extremely
smart ; bo wishes to know if tho people
were prevented from worshiping as they
pleased in any Stato where Republicans
made or executed tho laws ; why my dear
sir, I thought wo lived in a country whore
Church and Stato were separate. This
separation of our loading churches was
not the result of any Legislation, Stato or
National, but there is no doubt but it had
something to do in embittering the sections
and contributed largely to produce the
present awful calamity that is now upon
us. This religious enthusiasm assisted
largely to form and make up tho Republi
can party, for the institutions of tho South
wcro rediculcd from tho pulpit as well as
the stump. It was said by your orators
that tho South had always been a burden
to us, and that Massachusetts could not
mako boots enough to kiok them out of tho
Union. Such stuff, together with wide
awake demonstrations, &a., Sec, carried
your party into power. Your men said
all tho time thoy asked but ono year in
power to show that their principles were
right ; free homes for the homeless ; the
milleuium was now within our reach;
elect Republicans and all is well. We
must have a change, was tho cry ; well
wo have a change, that ehango I will not
undertake to dc-cribo. I doubt if my
friend, with all the superior knowledge ho
has reserved "from tho author of all
good,'- (which enabled him to know more
than the Supremo Court) can depict tho
horrors and miseries of our couutry from
Maine to Loui-ianna. How drowning men
will catch at straws. 11c refers to a few
scattering votes Lincoln received in the
South, to show he was not sectional. How
could they possibly vote for him when tho
party was built up upon the very principle
of no more Slave Territory, thus endeav
oring to force them from tho common
domain, which if left as tho democratio
party platform had it, wo could have vo
ted slavery out of tho Territories upon
tlicir admission as States, aud saved tho
country from blood and carnage, for upon
,(,! priuciplo of equality in tho Territories
, kinridgo, Virginia and Tennessee I thiuk
were for Bell, aud many of tho other
States were very close. Who are Me
Clcllan, Dix, Butler, aud other lcadiug
Generals but good souud Democrats ?
They do not fight for subjugation or Abo
litiouisui, or for carrying out tho principles
of tho Helper Book, or the Chicago Plat
form but for tho maintenance ot the G overn.
ment. Tho Administration begiug to ap
preciate this in restricting Frecmont's
Proclamation. I am glad to sco my
friend ignore knownotbingism, for ho says
ho has left it, but still holds on to his sec
tionalism. Ho is not awaro that his parly
aro not known by the name Republican.'
rv ni,,r nwn nanor. it states thero
was no Republican Convention this fall,
and what did your Fugiou parly do (as
General Fleming oalls it) in Columbia
fotint?? .Out -of the seven ofBcn to
filled you nominated ono Republican I !
and that for tho most unimportant office.
So, according to arithmetic that would
lcavo you about ono-scventh of a Republi
can party. That is falling off pretty fast.
Ho says thero are some things he with
holds, for fear, I suppose, of wounding tho
feelings of tho Democracy. Let it out,
wo arc not afraid of tho light. Tho De
mocratio party was not spawned in a cellar
or garret, whero the Irish ami German
catholics were considered as bad as So
ccssionists now arc. Tho gentleman speaks
about blushing; if ho -is not devoid of
shame, whon ho looks at our Army ho may
well hido himself under tho garb of union
ism. Look at tho sixty-ninth Regiment,
all Catholics. Tho men that had arms
concealed lo ruin our country according
to knownothiogisrn. But there is no uso
in speaking of dead carcasses, as Repub
licanism aud Knownothingisra have died
out according to their own showing. In
looking over tho whole field the signs aro
encouraging; their papers and leading
men begin to ignore mobs and tho sup.
iiiessiuu oi presses, it wouiu no well cnougu
for our fiicnd to read Jefferson on tho
freedom of the press. As wo are now
getting tho sectional party of tho North
around upou union ground, all wo want is
to encourage the Union men of the South,
aud then wo will be ablo to drive both
extremes to tho well, and our glorious old
flag with all the stars on will onco moro
float over a united and happy people.
This sudden transition of Sectionalism lo
Unionism in tho North, together with
Liucoln's abridgement of Frcemont's Proc
lamation, must produce tho most satulary
results in tho South. Our friend still
seems to cling to Sectionalism. Coino
along with us, we will do thee good ; it is
not tho Uhicago Platlorm but the Govern
ment wo must perpetuate.
For the Columbia Dtmttrat,
Sir ; In looking over and reflec
ting on the many misrepresentations that
have been thrown broad cast over tho
country, upon tho citizens of Fisbingcrcek
and tho other back townships of Columbia
county, I cannot forbear to notico how
grossly tho inhabitants of those Townships
have been insulted. Tho citizens, or a
majority of them have been put down as
traitors and secessionists. But as actions
speak loudor than words, I will present to
your readers tho position of a would bo
clergyman, the self constituted Captain of
tho Home Guards, whoso zeal and patriot
ism has never becu apparent to any ono
but himself. Ho paraded his company
day and night and sang union songs to a
dis-union chorus. When tho company
wa- fully formed thoy called themselves
tho " Anderson Guards," but they aro now
known as tho " John Brown Reserves,"
which should be their proper narao, " For
a noted writer has well said that whero
God sets up a houio of prayer tho devil
always builds a chapel thero!" This
brave clergyman took a vote of his com
pany at two or three several times to know
whether they wcro willing to go to tho war
or not, and they always voted, aye 1 but
never went. Rut tho bravo patriot of tho
north, this Noble Captain, determined that
if ho could fiot go to the army and fight,
ho would go aud pray, aud leave the com
pany, which have got ashamed of him,
with which ho had figured at pio-nicks and
donation parties at home. So on Sunday,
amid tears and expostulations, he said to
them that ho would go to tho army cither
ns chaplain or boot-blaok ; what a pity
they did not take him for tho latter 1 In
this latter capacity ho might have put
down rebellion by making their boots shino
so brightly that they could not fight. If
this Noble Captain was as much a patriot
as he is an abolitionist, ho might bo of
somo servico to his county, but as it is "ho
is one who is trying to steal the livery of
tho court of heaven to serve the devil in,"
and as in Ava none but priests dare trado
in that best marbles of whioh God's aro
made, so this man would forbid each and
every man from being a republican unless
ho subscribes to abolition doctrine.
If you want to have a man for your
friend, never get tho ill will of his wife
Public opinion is mado up of tho arcrago
prejudices of womankind.
n-" Thrico armed is ho who has hia
quarrel just." But six times armed is ha
"ho owns a good revolver.
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How does a cow become a land estate!
Pt tu'ng nt mto a beta.
jerscjtown, ,May ii, i?iH-3m.
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