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KDITRl) UY LLVt h. TATU, rnoi-rtlnTOll.
SATURDAY MOHNINO, NOVEMBER i, 1861.
OUR OOONTKY'S TLAQ.
(Ion or otR FvnifcRil hi thy nimg
We nail our Standard to the mast
To counter or to dl. Wo clnim
No greater lionor, WMr the Mut
Of civil itrifj stvcfpi off the land.
We'll strike the to who dare to mat
Ourlovtly cniin, and we'll utatil
A wall of fifetoguarj each tar.
lt uatiizn tttiiio each tiiriail of ti.egiKiioiis tiituoof
uur country nag bdoui nui neatt-tltloflt, nn.l ioorimc
upon oir homtit, nnJ catching llio spirit that breathe
upon ui frumliitt battlo fiel.U cf our father, let u r
Din Hint, com wealor woe. we VMllinlifo iiml in
ftb. non n.l fotoc...iaJI.,1he Mar. an.l .trlpo.
Djn.,r .truie that they .lull nut out iir(ratci.
ir .trucilethat they h,ill lioatoier ourfrntei.
h e been unfurled from the iiow of Camilla to
Hhi-f as the Imiiiuoua ml.i vf rrille snil bctiert
cent ow?r, lii',' umc lea tue uravo and tiie Tree tnvic-
lory and to lory, ll hu bn Liy fnittine tu look ufon
tlii fl tg l.i foreign londi nnd amid lite gloom of an orl-
cntal dt iotim, and right ucll do ! know, by contrat petO on tCHIW 01 tqmtlily the wllitC
how Lrlsht are ill liar, anJ how lutillme arc ft nitPi 1 . iiim r h 1 1 1
clior,.' If thi.hanner. the extern K,u.c.f all that i.lj"1'0! gliding for the SAHIB job, labor-
t n.portiuj in human hopf, n t.i be taciificcu on the 1 ing in the sumo field, working on the same
alt r v( a Satami1 auiuitiuii. anil ttmi diarpcat forewr i.tLiin iut . it
m,ithi,ht mtmMtrf moiutioa, then in ,, building, eating at tho same tables then
r i an,l win fiiaii estiumu-tinJcoiatiDn nfthit ri the whito laborer U net "degraded." It
ios tn,t th, un M bn .trick. n fro,,, the flegrjjjngM t0 a wLtito man to be abovo
ely if our ihif, out thru li tin forth ue.lmll h.'tut i
wanilir.r anJ OitoaiK, ilh rimihl hut the hnnj of , & HCgCO slaVC, bllt when VOU put them Oil
'nraw and i f pouury tor owiip, andwithiumi. ever ' a level, there H no deirradation I Tree the
..........h. ! In .1.1. n... .nil r.ii l.l. h n . 1 b
tty hour, a military tyrant may rivet the fettera of a
dc.pailins lionJgc. May (lo.I in hilinn.iltemircysatr
iloom of .iich a decraiation "Jeiep IMt.
In the name n.J in the iiAonVy &f the Cetnmamrtailk tf I
rcnneiltanin. AKDncn O CtHriN, (tottrn0r oj taid . --
ritOCLAMATION. j II .101.1111;, tlillllill.t.
Whireu, lit ry tood sift u from nboie, anil rami l;v 11 ritnF.V N'rr D 1) mineinal
ImMitou froii.UieAlm.fiity.toiMiimiitni.ieit.ricl.ti J,cv- "LUI11'N iM-I..O., V. u , piincipai
.Md ih,. bmiiidni duty or every people tn render tiiai.k. 0f the " Wyoming Seminary," locatul at
for 1114 nii'rcie , 1 lu-r. ioro, 1, AMlltl.U . ILIt I IN. J a '
Onrernorof till l.'oiniiicnwealtli cf I'i nni)lvani. do J;nc on Luzerne COUlltV, l'a , has Our
r 'f llu.lli nd tn Ih (ll'uplo till L'uliiliinuueallll. tliat fa ' JJ I
ih.j .LtnpartTiii'iifiivY.Sfth nfijvi:.MiiKi: int 'thanks for a very neatly printed Pam-
a 4 dnj of Koleuin Thaiik.iviiij to God, for hawim jm i ' 1
pared our com and watered our iiirro'. nnd Mmni nhlct COuy of the tjevelllh Au'.ual Cata-
tn- labor cftli.' luliLndiuaii, and crovMn d the year with . L . , . ,
hh jooiii.-, in the inrreaii-r.rtiie gio-ind, umi thu loiie of llie Omcer? and Students, of till
calherinsiu of file fruit thereof. o that our lurus nru c. . .
wied null plenty ; ami for bavins looked favorably on
(at.-a and bbed the children within li.'r, un.l i.inde
m u to be of one tiiind, nnd pre.iirved peace in her lem
den; bt atchin? tlim, al.o, on bt half of llu.c Ui.ited
states, that our beloved country may have ikllverenre
from lho,e great nnd appireiit djiiper wherewitli .he
i compasiei'.aud that llu will un-rcifuily .till the out.
raze of p. rvcrp, violent, unruly und rebilliiu pi'o,e,
and make lb em dean heart, and renew a rijht .pint
within th 'in. .itid site ibetn grace that they mjy ee the
.rror of ihsir way un.l bring forth fruit uicft for re
pentence, and hircatteri in all eodlute iind boiie.lv,
i'b idlMitly walk in Ilia holy commandment, nnd in uli.
iuii!on tu the jti.t and uiunifast authority of tho Itepitb
lic, o lb.it wc, leadinir a inlet and peaceful life, may
continually cff.r unto lllni our tncrilc" of prala and
i, i r;ivcn underny baud and tin mat eal
I.. H. S of the rotate ut llarfirbunr, Ihi lulh day
-v of ti tober, in the),ir of our I,orJ, one tbou.
and eigitt hundred and viity-ouc, and of tha Ctiamon
.vcalm tin eitbty iiilb,
vt tub oovtaNCtr.:
ScratarJ ofthe Conimonwca Hi.
Appointment by lion, 'iUomn II. hu
roues. William Uukoiiss. Eq., 1'rin
cipal of the Greenwood Sfmitiary, to bo
Superintendent of Common Schools of
Columbia county, in place of Lewis Ar
I'LEMES, Jisq , deceased.
tSf Wo print in this week s "Co'uin-
bia Democra', ' gratu t)usly, tho List of
Premiums, awarded by the Committees of
the Columbia County Agricultural Society.
The "no party-C'uion.party,'' last Spring,
elected N1JCK out of ten ofiiccrs from
the ISack Hepub'ieaa Cntnp, and now
havo everything their own way, and as
auch, may run tho A'eio Machine, to keep
up thtir t:Smnl Machine." DemoeraU,
we believe, have generally come to the
conclusion, that if they aro to havo ceither
lot or part in its management, they arc
willing that the " o -xny-liepitb!ican-par'y,
' take the responsibility and bear
the expenses of their own organization.
The Hkhin of Tr.nitoKii vs. Karly in
tho progress of the lato political campaign,
certiin of tho "Alien and Sedition men,"' j
or 'lteigti of Tcrraritos," attimpted, to '
, TV . IS 1 i
crutu our. 110 i-euiociiiu 1 res, uy uis-i
continuing their sabicriptions and with-1
drawing their advertising patronage from
tho Coluni'iix Democr it. We have a list
ofthe names of thai? patriots, and intend
publishing them, as circumstaucw may
warrant. Ouo of those biggoticd crea
tures who pros-eriba niu for opinion's sake,
and for thsjaonor of poor humanity, wo
liopo tho meanest of them all, is the little will prove cipial lo an emergency in
concern on the North West Corner of ' which he may bo called to viudical'o his
Market Street, known as Hurtman's country's honor, !
Wore. ! Where now, are tbe cowirdhj scoumheh
The Junior member of that firm, (Jlr. 1 who last spring denounced the Editor of
I. W. Ilartman,) we take to bo a gentle-'this journal aud Mr. Drockivay, as "6V-man,-'
and aa fuch he has our reepect, not-1 ccsstontsii'' and threatened them wiih
withstaudins; we outirclv differ in politi-'1' Tar and Feathers ?" Tho virtuo and
cai semimeui. ui me omer caap.ujwev-
t r wo entertain a very different opinion.
Th- fellow whou mean enough to plot'prcoM. Uno ot them has bocn cloc-
mob-violence against his neighbors, and ted to tho Legislature, and tho other eke.
then deny it, or sneak around town nnd I id aud commissioned an officer in (he
urge them to discontinue our paper, do-1 Army.
nouncins it a a'ecessiou sheet, would havo '
no scruples to insult the wife ot a respect-
able farmer-customer, vhon in the Store, ( ant order was issued, on'Tuoaday, October, Moi'O NOW Blanks.
by remarking that her "Butter smolled 15H,, from tho War Department, authori- DueJs, Summwiu, Hxeeutions, Scire l'a
democratic I" zing the release of fiftyseven prisoners of cias, State Warrants, Commitments, Oapi-
Hethou;ltt le insult us, by the taunt, war) ;n return lor a liko number lately asos, School orders, Exemption, Judgment
that we did not get his voto. Wo tako it released at Richmond. Their release is with Single and Double Notos, etc., just
as a compliment. And wo told him plain-' depondent on tho couduion that they take printed and for talo at tho olfioo of the
ly, that we sincerely" hoped thero wae not ' tUo oatj, 0f allegiance to tho United States CJumbia Demeerat,
a tkscendent of a JorijXn tho county to
wh'-j ivhj in-3 btcd far a vet1
Aed now f. ify u shou'd tfal thist
j, j-r ti r.ac your lii 'cry, ire w 1 cot
"-"outs jou forpetty l"ri;Dy
Moro Abolition sin.
Tho necro always settles in warm oli
mates, wl.cncvcr .liu Lis th. opportunity to piintinc o)liccs
do so. Every llilnking iuan lti the country ,, ,, i
knows this. Abl tb?n- ri..at nUlJ. l'l'ilnll'l'", '
thins it would ho to oVn nil itm sLit,,..,
! States to Free Whit&Lahor, and civo our
gallant vcttinteerg im opportunity of eet-
fau n r 11 . y. , UVllrom
blot of Slavery wined lo'urforcvcr
o .i .. . . .
oo savs tho I'oiuviii
f i , ... " . " :
00 says moioiiavuio Miner? journuL
. 1, ' and tbc commcut of
rl 1 " V;, , : u;orc;uu
! of thai kind wo should think pretty sub
stantial condemnation of tho doctrine
therein promulgated. And what do you
! suppose is tho reason givou in favor of
, abolition I It is because tho Kditor thiuks
I it "degrading'' lo a whito man to work in
' the South, becausc.of.Slavory I Here are
the words and reasons :
" Do they not know that where Slavery
e.xuts,tho poor whito laborer is debased.
r.v.m In nir il... Vrt.. i n .1
nQt kno , Slavcrv oxi..ts in '
oulu;iho whito mechanic and laborer I
lllc oouiu,ino WliltO meciiailie anU laborer I
ttaiid degraded, becntso they have to work
jiot accOl'UlUflf to abOlltlOmits, if YOU
, it 1 1 j 11 " I
turu aU tllQ slavcs frCB, and lot them COtn-
b'VO alld in One SCII'jO ho is tho cqunl of
(he White lltail COIllC? itllo Competition
1 Willi IIUII LUIllJlfllllUll UUI.IUI9 UlilJ UIIIUU
'equals; 'and abolitionists think a while
man is not "degraded" by being made
i equal to a negro I Did ever mortal mati
hear such nonsense 1
celebrated and prosporoui Literary Ill-tl
tution, for tho Academic year, from Au
gaU 15, 1 SCO, to June 20, 1801. We
observe, by reference to the Catalogue,
that tho Students in attendance during the
past Academical year, wcro 231 gentle
men, and 177 Ladies, making a grand
letdlof four hunched and eight. Jfr.
XeIiSOX is an accomplished Teacher and
most estimable gentleman. The Card of
the Seminary, appear in another column
of the Columbia Democrat, aud to which
wo imi'te gcnenl confidcnic and public
This Iti.tttution has one of the moei Jo
sirable locations in tho Wyoming Valley,
easy of access from all parts of tho country,
and within a day's rido by railroad from
New York, Philadelphia, and Baltimore.
The buildings in which arc the Chapel,
lleuitation and other Public ltooms, to
gether with tho apartments occupied by
built of brick, and at a distance of thirty
live feet from each other. The center
building is 1- stories high besides the base
ment, nnd the others are three.
The Onaera! Hoarding Hall, including
tho apartments occupied by tho Young
L-idieii, is ou tha oppstite side of the
The room for Student) boarding at the
Hall are heated by furnaces in the base-
I '"fnH of th; buildings
Liout. C E. Brockway.
Jlr. C. 11. KitovuwAV, our worthy
young friend, who enlisted early last Spring
for tho War in the "Iron Guards," wc
! are gratified to announce, hns been com-
inissioned, by Governor Curtin. a l'ir.-t
Lieutenant of Col. Leonard's 'Thirteenth
Mass. Artilcry llcgiment, in Camp Hanks,
... tlf'l,? . SI 1 T.. I . . .
near iv iinaiuspori, -un. in oruer to icsi
the preference of the Compsny, in relation
to tbo appointment of Lieut. lrockway
... ., .....
unanimous vo". ot the Company. t e
congratulate our patriotic youug friend
upon his deserved promotion in tho Army
and havo no doubt his military prowess
' . .in i
pjjriotisin oi tue emocrauc pariy nava
nobly vindicated tho objects of their Tory
Release or PniioNcns An import
tSy-Imlay k Dicknells l!aub Note
Itrporler, for Kovewbcr, baa been re
an election was new ou mo receipt 01 nii," ' uu
commission, and Mr. 15. received the ' atisf.ed unless an expose is made, eo says
Small Uushicss. j
Our readers will remember thnt tho
of tho phristian Ohttivcr,
and tho Jijenonwn, West
Chester, wcro ta'.en poMicMiui of and
closed up by tho United Stales Marshal, (
about two months si nca, because, as was
nllceo(' b.v 11,0 rorwiu making tho infor-1
.nation, said papas had published treason.
nblo matter. Well, those cases came up '
wj iMU f'vicviio jiiiiauii: uiu uiiy;.
frt n t it...... q n-....
at philadpliia, on .lonJay two w-ukd, J
ulua tho Uuitcl States District Attorney. 1
... ..v..., ... v. . v....
XvllftGl. (lull, it (I'nd na.l.ll.li. flu. nnoB
camo forward and xeilhditio 'if swi.',
This was a virtual acknowledgement that
this wrong w'.n committed on the informa
tion given by coino porsons, (probably out
of personal tpite.) without foundationer
reason. An order was made by the Court
. allowili" the claims of tho naners for the
icstitution of their property. The scamp
,10 lnnjB tl,H t,,,,, nt,. In .
,u:"lu to l,av a "atnagM and costs
A tuit was instituted at Philudelnhu on
'l tul" msiiuiieu ai 1 niiuuuipma ou
Friday, by Mr. Hodgson, proprietor of
Ud StStCtt Marshal MiUvilfd and Pujitltisi
Jenkins and Sehuyler for trespass vt it
limits, who were ordered to appear before
the Supremo Court iu November. Wm.
1!. Keel i.nd Geo. W. lliddlo tire the
plaintifl s taunscl.
lVlini Will f tic War ilud 1
Secretary Chase, iu his appeal to the
peoplo in behalf of subscriptions to the
National Loan, says " tho war, if prose
cuted with energy, courage and skill, may
be brought to a termination before the
elooe of nest spring.''
The N. Y. Hindi says the "insurrec-
never no put uovvn mi jsuoimon-
ism if cut up root and branch. 'I he Abo-
.... t . , ,.1, l ,
litionUtj arc as much llebels in heart aud j
as much disaffected to the Union nnd the
as tho Southern Secession-
Tho N. Y. 'J'riliunr, on the other hand j
asserts that " Slavery is the causo of the J
war." and that it "is iust as much tho
groundwork of this rebellion as whisky
wat that of Wcitorn Pennsylvania during
the Administration of Gen. Washington,'
and the argument of the Tribune is, that
Slavery must, therefore, be abolished, in
order to put down tho rebellion and end
Alas, IVhj ?
The Philadelphia 2V;, one of the most
bitter-tongued oppoors of tho Democracy
in the country, makes sore complaint over
tlit ilrfiat. of tho "Peonies Parlv"Mlo-
nubliean. and asl.s some s-i-uincam ,u- '
" Twelve month? ago th.: People's Party
swept thc .Stnto of li'i'.tylvatiia as would
a whirl-wind, and its victorious l.itin r
was carried throughout the country with a
success which is almost without a prece
dent. How is it that the mighty are so
fallen ? Why is it that tho great party
that placed Andrew G.Curtiuin the titib
crnatoiial Chair, is to day so weak ?
Why, that the party who- carried the;
I banner of Lmeo n am Ham ,u throaBhout
, the Old Ki-y-toiii-blate. anil .tm!i r.nt it
, to Washington with majorities of lltoiu-
amis emblazoned upon its fold-.,dro p" to
day under such heavy clouds
Yes, why is it? Let the sad stile of
ths country, and the outraged conGdenco
of the peoplo answer.
Kxpoftc I lie Uascils !
One' of the first act3 of tho now licg'iS'
lature should be tho
e tho appointment ol a
aftteu of honest men to
p . 1
exnuiiMo into met-
Legislatures. The publi. '"' w ticeu
Uarlled with tho charges of pccultu'on aaili
! fraud made agaiint the representatives ot
the people, in both branches, and now, I
tint we nave an noncst nousool Jleprc-
ecntstive,-at least wc think so-that body 1
should, upon its assembling, institute Ibo
most searching and thorough investiga -
! tiou, so that, if guilty, the suspected ras-j
' .nl. .... . l.n ,n.,1 n.l . n! cl.,.,1 n.niM.l .
va iw.j .-- ,.y.4'vjv iiuu........ ..wv.u-.
ing to t'iur ilts Tts, It is due to the tax-j
' piyers 0 th" t " ommonwealth to ferret oat
'.I. - - ..1 ..1 t. 1., .. :n
. -;pcfiTlniiUu Ar
The absolute folly, (to call it by uo
worse name), of stigmatising Democrats as
"secessionists,'' &e., is fully apparent
siuco tho election. If tho Republican
papers told tho truth when they thus de
nounced tho Democracy, then there is a
"accession" majority iu ouo branch of the
Legislature, aud the "secessionists" havo
a laruo majority of tlte popular vote 1 Do
lint, tlirt lfr-T.iilitinr.nti univ si-n hnw Hipv
encourago the rebols by falsely denouncing
"""J"1";"" ,ma au,lK
sympathisers with the latter ? It is au old
nying that falsehoods, like chickens, come
, ll0me lo r0Qsl iwl '" tUU '"nce we
, hvo 11 striking and painful eiamplo of the
r Vrtit-tLl.t Innrlinr tlvn T.l
renegade tho Union candidntc-wasclcc-
t33 Governor of Ohio, yet tbe -Legi&luturej
f Jcctcd U largely Democratic
Atlantic Monthly for'
member of one of tho
Novcmbor, who is
Massachusetts Itegpuetits of three in
tlint magaiiuc. It is
to all the abolition
it coniplcto answej
twaddle with whhj
li the Atlautio or any
inauuis; uu wuiiii hju Aiiiiuiiu or aiiv
other publication jm been freighted, and ,
wo commend the) careful peiual of tho
r... r.. .1 1. ',
pliU.iiithruiiista wlio tlvairc to turn this war
into 0110 for the abolition of Slavery instead
v v .,.....- wjbuw i.ut.uuuvM
1 resident, Cabinet and Congress
seems that tin writer of tho article-was
put in charge of 01 escaped blaves, em-
ployed upon tho military works, digging
trencher, ka. In tho course of his article i
oceur ino louowiug passages wiueii ttio
writer failed to see contradicts his abuli
tiou theory, and proves entirely too much
for the incendiary agitators, who have
caused, and are still causing, ruin and
desolation to our beloved country. He
" The contrabands worked well. Thcro
uas a public opinion'aniong them against
idleness, which answered for dir-cipliuc.
Thcro was one striking featuro in tho con
trabands, which must not bo omitted I
did dot hear a profnuu or vulgar word
spoken by them, a remark which it will be
difficult to maku of any sixty-four white
nun taken together anywln.io in our ar
my ! 1
Indued, the greatest discomfort of
i f-oldi.r '' iu the c.imi), is the
perpetual leiterntioii of language which no
tlisercct.lips would uttci llie uogroes U'. re,
ifi t'tis mjitct, mode's for those who make
high boa.-ts of civility of manners and
Cliiisti.iii culture 1 1 Out of the siity four
who worked lor Ui, all but half-a dozen
weio members of tha Church, generally
Uuptials. Although without u na-tor,
they held religious meetings ou Sundavs,
.l,;l. ,. n.. .!.! i i,-... "i
"ui"" ,v,.o .IVL..1IUV.VI l.V .lUUllL R1.VIY CUP
oicl pcrt011, ,im, l,umlri,a (of 0r
own) soldiers ! I 'J he devotions were de
corously conducted, their prayers and ex
, p , ,,,
Z IZ S..Ti.r "'"k.? hl "
sinqilicity which is not uufrequcntly tho
ricuest eloquence. '
" liieir masters, when ill-tempersd, had
used rough language and inflicted chaucc
blows, hut no ono ever told mo that he had
'uneicu irom systematic cruelty,
Many of theui bore testimony to tho 2rc.1t
kindness of their matters aud mistressci.
One had saved GISllO from his earninys. 1
i ioy are by nature a religious people
rii, ; ,. . -., . , . ,
l..hristiaii faith, from devout teachers.
Somu hat-., lirnn tiM.rhi fini lw.lio,.,. I
ovj iiuvu 1 Lcciveu au cuuculioil ill lite
i,,. ii, , i- p .if?.:'..: ..
some by the children of these masters, re-1
jiL-aiiu iuu lessons oi iue ciiuuaiu cnool.
The slaves assured u.c that they have all
been well taught. If that bo so they have
no wrongs to avenge. '
What volumes do theso extracts tell of
the great agitation which has been like un
'M"" lo untold blessings of
jour once happy, thri'io ghriivis IJnioti.
! j noy require 110 comniiint, tl.cy
'J'ltf writer continue :
" I spoke to them briefly, thanking them
for their candid work, and complimenting
thtir behavior, icniaiking that 1 bad heard
no profane or vulgar word from them, in
wlil i.l, tit vi. irrr n i . r.i ,11 ..A, ,r .. .1.1 :., ,.
that it was the lust time I should meet l
.1..... w. ,-.w ,,., ,,,.v .-, ilUUIIIJli
them; that Uhould bear to my people a !
good report of their muVtry and morals, j
IheM was another wotd I could not leave
without Mieakiti". " Ishould be
false to a'l thnt is true and sacred if I let
, it pas5. 1 said to them that any mau of
1 thorn was as mueh entitled 11 is freedom
as I was, and I boned thev would all now
I secure it." (In order lo come INorth aud
j improve their morals.)
Now whether these peoplo aro better off
I vihero they arc, or would ba improved by
a chance of riotiug in the pollution of lied-
, . .,.,?,,. , , , , ,,.
"Street Ph.ladelphni, the bea.ll, '1'iv,
1 i. villi?, vt i-uiiv, vi tut, uii uawy im
H(,ug of 505toU) lilUl,s tbo i,road from
hard ,vor);ing) 80rrowinf; 0113 of toil ;3
, , ,., ... . , f,
. . ,liucj, tijU riuestiou in this hour of ncril.
- ., . ,,,,, otl of ,.:i ; a Iin2ai!inc
jaiwiu ,0 bo ;Cspectablc, to thrust its
:...!..., firoUlauds into such a life-
, nj . . .ustainin.-.
T ? . r ., ; s ..r; this abo
1 jtjolIjallI -n an iufutu rttioa n fanaticism
, . ,. r '
t ' ' ' '
m m .
TllO StatO Legislature,
j gum(:ieDt. ,.etllnl3 aro now in from tho
: State to thow tho staiidim-of the nest
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I uou (which aecoids with thoso of the
Philadelphia Prrss and Iho llarrisburg
Pulriol ami Union) the political complex
ion of the uczt L giilaturo will bj as fol
Senators holding over, 2 W
New Senators, 8 3
The Ilouse will stand,
Jw's elected ou Union tickets,
, uupubi(,.iaii u u
A writer in Ihi
Unou loint ballot there will 1, n Hn..r n.i. .1.7 i . ..........
pubiieau majority of seven.
Senator is to bo elected, but both Houses
will meet iu joiut assemblage for tho clec
tion ot a State Auditor. Our majority in
the lower House, it Mill bo seen, i. six,
which will giro us the veto on all Repub
lican parly mcaeuros, nd also the orga
nization of that body.
X. ii. Messrs Kahlv Si Zeioleh, the
two democratic candidates from tho Clear
field District, aro elated, which will add
. fcuii-, mni-n Mn,l.n 1 !.
...v v.MWM9 w iuu ieuiucnuu uiu-
jonty. Oar majont over them nill no
10 Democrats fw, llopublicans -10,
ii, Col, Dam
Tho Slavery Quctitlon.
As we write, the quiet ballots are falling
like tho whito snow flakes, to accomplish
the freeman's wish. A'ury little can bo
accomplished now by cdiiorial ftrictiiro.-, !
but our conscience will not bo fully at rest ,
until wo have said all wo think, with rcf-
cicnoc to tho slavery question, which is
cicncc to mo slavery nucsuon.
now shaking our country to its center. ;
This article may bo read by many who
. : , 1 .
duce theni to cast thrir votos for
ty whoso success will enable tho Govern
iiiL'ui. iuo sooner, uy iivjiui, un jtumtwii
consideration?, to conquer tho wicked re
hcll.on which is sowina the scedsof detruo-
Uou broadcast through our once happy
tpj,;, .dorious Union must not bo dis-
solved in consequence of slavery, the sin
of slavery, if the ultras wish lo call it.
Abolitionism, from the days of John
Thompson, the Knglish abolitionist, have
preached iu favor of tho unmttliutc eman
cipation of slaves. Wo think, wo have
furnished sufficient argument, to show that
the emancipation ol'fmir Millions of slaves
would ba the complete prostration of all
tho industrial interests of neailv i'bf.r hun-
tlrctl thomawl uhiti iilircrs in I'cnnsyl-
Vtima, and hero iu Philadelphia alone,
the men, women nnd children, who would
bo reduced to starvation, would amount
to nearly nvcuti thomawl.
Now, fellow-citizem, shall we not look
to the iuiero-ts of those who are iuimedi
ately dependent ou our kind offices? Shall
this glorious Union be rent in sunder, and
tho interests of tlii'tij unlaws of whito
people he sacrificed for a mero sentimen
tal idea the emancipation oflaborerii, tho
expense of whoso keeping falls only on
thoso whoadvocato the peculiar institution?
Have the white men of the North, who
live by the "sweat of their brows " suffi
ciently studied this question 1 Have they
V.1V;11VI, i3HU,,. LIU..IIVU . H.V,
looked to the interests of their own hum-
bio homesteads, aud niid to Iheuuelves,
what would our condition and that of our
wives, mothers, sister-), and childrtu be,
if tho European idea of t intic3 should be
fully carried out ? Wo fear not. We fear
not. Aud ct, every ballot cast to day
wi 1 be' or aguinM the rights and the
comforts of the poor man's homestead.
.1 v. r .i.. .i
iiuu let ll not ne lonruucii iiiai iuu jneu,
who for the fake of carrying a liarlizau
i!t. n.i ,., i far ilM,tr, ....
of rjjttc, are fly in directly in tho face ofthe
teachings of Abraham Lincoln, aud the
resolution of the extra session of Congress.
This cannot, this darj- not Lc denied.
The dissolution ofthe Union, Incause of
the " qii -stion of slavery.'' has been
preached from abolition pulpits and time
serving po! tieal ro-trunis lor man years,
and now tlu istiu ij on u. To this day
tlii s? outrage is ttili being repeated, and
difgul-u it as ,,e inuj , lliu .success of tho
Ki publie.tn ticket will bo heialded as tho
tiiumph of abolitionism.
The remedy, which has been preached
for year'', has been tho tettiii" free the
slaves, the insane advocates being entiicly
rcekle-s aud regardless of the trloiious aud ,
tlltica Uued Uo of lhm wfW f
,. , , , , ...
.'"'lMc Pcoluei the outrage 13 still
beinx repeated, to d iv, ou election dav. in
tho very (.tee of the inaugural address of
Abraham Lincoln, aud tha declaration of
Congress, and the frequently avowed pur-
M'hat is all this, we ask, but au effort
There is a great, a double wrong iu all
this a wiong first iu opposing the gov
ernment of ihn United States in its declared
will, which is clearly rjuais treason, aud
should be punished as buch ; and secondly,
it is a grievous wrong upon tho hon.-st,
hard working labororers in attempting to
uiiuiii.suriuerii cities wiiu suarmsuj uwci.s
from the nuHi'msoJ slaves, for whom wc
All -.l .-ii
have no room, and whom we do not want,
but who will have to be providnd for iu
Uomewsy, should abolitionism wccccd in
its reekle.-.s schemes,
What, break up mis blessed Union ! Oh,
never ' What I keep up au insane clam-
nr Ir. ,,,. Ln.n nr. nr ollioj t,nr,r.,.u
.v ...... .v-. v.
to divide the JS'oith, Wheil all should be ' tu"',lluul 11 "lu lel" ue . fo,,,sl,.u tlVlr. villel 14IU IliHirmme n.,.l Lo
... . . ' Imp that the President ij i.nvprneil nnlv ''"'"'.'"'btoiMi; liili Maiiivliic.it ioa.1,1. nnd rteav.r
united in su-tainim? tho liovernment to put ' reaueiu is gocnicu out) , , ,iM,,mmu(.t. ,, i,r,u, ; ,,. , , 1Mi al ,,.
1 , ,, .. ... bv hi"h coit-iderations of i.ublie dtilv 1 ' ."' "mi'ioiit.iit A. ci.dj' . ioih
down rebellion ? What is it but treason 1 0 iuu-i'.i.oa 01 puuut inuj . j .,., ,, ,, , , , alll ,.le ul ,.
, . 1 Scrtintotl llrmdiliran I'' ' "reeu.voo I ui .Miliulle.
to endeavor to divide the sentiment of tho " ' ' . ihe above m,ie .,tiariio ii.,i:ie,i uui mm
jrtca oiucus, to eat up our suustaneo ana , we do.
impoverish the white labor of tho North?' . ,, "V 7 ,
,T., , n , , . ,! A RiiM.utti.uii.is Coui'Li:. In the ton u
Nevcii! Irishmen I Germans! Americans' , , , , A- ., ,, ,
, , , 'of Ilillsdalo, 1., ic.idca Mr. Conrad i
all who hvo by hard labor and by honest ,, , , ., , . , . ,,, ,
, ., . , , . , . , 1 Decker and wife, the former in his 100th i
toil, is your labor to bo broucht under, , ., , . . . ,,,,,, ...
.,. ... ! year, and the latter in her OOth. 'Jhey
this gnudiug couipotitiou which will over- ; , . , , , .,
, i , . . have lieen married 1 1 years, and are both
liiifllion m,l nv.n,,i.o tl.n .. l.!l 1,1.1.. ...111. I J '
" v ir '"""1 '"'
uot ultimately benefitting the black
Fellow citiiiens I l'c sons of toil, foreign
I aud nativo born Americans, all, is it to
I turu looso these African millions to lower
8 wages ami lo take the biead from your
,ctil1rcw' mouths, that our brcthcrn in
!' . nrnw lini-A rrnnn nt In t.em.n ,lnfl. I ll
- ""V IU U.U, WV.,4,11 , IS
M . , ,
"i uui uiuvu ouus uuu uiu.uera
u. i uuu uepuews are now upon tno uattlo UelU,
ready to shed their last drop of blood and
die in tiio defenso of tho Uuion of our
Is all this to bo endured and sacrificed
and suffered, our country asiailed, threat.
cned and that tho cause of abolitionism
may cutail its untold miseries ou us and
our children! No I uevor. Perish the
traitors who would thus trample ou our'
precious heritage, our ucarcst hopes I
me ju?ano counsels ot tUia UitUmg,
brutaUauticum, are oven now at work, in
Eecret and in public, seekiug to ilivido and
mislead tbe North, c&ueiog ui.trujt, and
'invidiously opposing tho drclnrtdputpoteof
ne Government. The Government has
declared to the country and to tho world,
Mine "oieawi omy oojtu vj wt war, is
to prosorvo the Hepublic, nnd to maintain
ur national oxntenco.
Thus perish thla day-clccliou clay
.'"0 demoniac spirit of disunion I Let tho
voic of patriotism, of all truo nnd loyal
lneni '"stain and cheer on our Government
.in im ...ltiiinn tinman of ,,;,, c.;
rco of men.
- 1 1
Thrj Can't liudcrstaail II !
Some of our llcpublican cotcmpoiarics,
says tho llarrisburg Patriot, aro busy
squaring accounts with the independent
men of their own paity who refused to
support the straight llcpublican ticket? at
tho lata election, and seem to bo at a loss
to understand why Democrats should havo
stood so firm, while llopublicans gavo way
in many of thtir former strongholds. It
is perhaps natural that theso llcpublican
or3M13 sll0ulu tr vevorso to
8Vcry othcr cluso tUa" ll,c truo ouo and
diuuco tho independent men iu their
l'"')' 118 lho immediate authors of
misfortuues. Hut the truo cause lies
deepep than this. Can these wrathy lie.
publican papers explain why they were
deceived by many of their own trusted
party leaders, while the Democrats genor
ally ttood firm and uuited ? We think
that thcro is a much better explanation of
mis piieuomenon man mat vemureu uy a
paper before u, which comes to the con
clusion that the " boobies of the Itepubli
eau parly mu more numoious than tluse
of the Dciiiociacy. ' The truth is that tho
Democratic party have a firm nnd abiding
faith in the purity of their principles and
of their ultimate success. The unjust ari l
ungeiicroui charges of disloyalty mug by fc-it Detector, is on our tabic for Novcni
the lleimblieaii press iu nearly every her.
- - - -
county in the State, had the ofeet of con-
sohdat.ng the Democratic party into aj
liarmomom mass, wnuc many latr uepun-
lieatii wiru disgusted with tho constant
reiteration of these fal-o accusations.
Jloreovcr, tho extreme iolenco of tlu
llcpubliean patty papers proceeded not
fiom the abundance of their faith, bul fiom
the want of it. They felt nt their hearts
' , , .,
that thev were wrour? thov doubted tho
:,,:. r th,,ir nit course ind thev knew
justice oi uiur past course, anu intj j,iil
that they were guilty of a monstrous
. , . . . . ,
VIUI1 111 vnuvaiulin iu ruuoLiii; i.,iv uji
pabli-hing tho adherents of a large and
loyal party ai tinitors to their country.
J l J J
When men attempt to attnu selusli em's
by bold injustice, their vio'ence is geuer
ally proportionate to tltuir want of real i
conlidtnee in the integrity of their cause
titid this is tho titw reason why bo miny
leiublicaU!s rclusad to follow their parti
K.tu leaders, and why tho Democrats - n-
rrnll .tood so firm,
t'lUiioni lo Lo Mipi'rcadnl.
TIio fiat it seems lias gone forth. Fro-
moiitislo be supcrctdcl The niaelii-
nations of his enomioa, aiOcil by UU own
uutoi lunate bUumcra, aro iucc.,ful.
Secretary Camerou was empowered to dis -
place J ii in , though he did not
.1. , , it
proper lo exercise llie authority. Hut the
Congressional Itiv.'-tiation "Committ.'e,
1, in nU;m in i i.; i. ,i;.-..t..i
Z Z: 1 , ,
clout to reinovu
The Philadelphia DtOi i".n at
tributes tlte defeat ofthe P.rjiubhcaii party
111 Philadelphia to a vfant of ..uQdeuce iu
tlw .National .iUiiuniiti'atioii on the part
of the masses who cle;ated it to power
Jlr Chaso retains "Locofoeo" clicks iu
the Ticasury Deptirtmcnt, and has not
turned Mr. Walton and some ten or fif-
. . ....
teen other "Jirecki midge Locofoeos ' out
of tho Philadelphia Mint. Tho A'ctrs
puts a very low estimate upon tho patri
clout to remove him. It h
. ..r.i.... . 1 lil.l. 41 LnUin .l ll Iiiiliihiil' n' j ii. in n- 1
otism of bis own paity hen it avers Ihil'IJi' viitue of several writs of Vtnt!iti"ni
' they fought for tho fpoils of cilice and ; ifoii.onTuili'r
ivr liiinnmn eiill-v lirniii.n tin,. .Il.l r,l
to uecomo SUH.V nccaiisc thoy ilul not
t thcM-but pcrhnp, it knows tho char-
lnr!.tirc nf tins niiri'l-i-il P siiiri.ssin,. ll,.,
teilsttesot tllfl lllllirui Composing Hie
.....1 11). I .1 l.li .1
uumjojuuu iiwji.ta i.-iiij, nwitl m.iu
(.mnn-irntivolv -nnil i.ni.WK- Tliov l..,.
... , b .
house by themselves, nnd have no neigh
bors within a quarter of a mile., Mr. Dec
ker cultivates his own garden aud saws his
! own wood, while fllrs. D. docs her own
, , .., . ., . , . . , . ,
housework, without thinking of " hired
( help," although shoooiuplaiusoccasionall y
l"uleuu ' tP wo uouw m .pry
.1... .!. I. l. ... .... ,
a3 ouu USUI, VU, 1, U JIUVU ICilll
... llpni ,, ,,r. , ,
I maul UP
markable couples," but this iustanca has
in this ac. I
Col. Levi L. Tate.
Our worthy De-
1 mocratio co-laborer iu the chair Editorial.
I Col. Levi L. Tate, of tho Columbia Dim.
uvrat, we aro pleased to learn hat bscn
'chosen one of the Representatives from
tho Disiriet compriiiuK Columbii, Mon-
tour, Sullivan, and Wyoming. Hois a
serves this token of recognition from tho
Demooraoy of tbo Beetiouvhereiu bo Ut
toiled these many year Wat Brwrh
lur Scorbutic disoaw nrn tho pannl
stock from which arises a largo proportion
of (he fatal maladies that alHict mankind.
incy aro as it wcro a species of potato rot
in tho human constitution, wl.Uh undcr-
mines and corrupt nil tho sources of its
vitality and hastens its decay. Thoy aro
tho gim from which spring, Consumption,
niicumatism, Heart Discaso, Liver Com.
plaints, nnd Kruptivu Diseases which will
i, Mrt,f..i .1.
1 ..iv, rttitl nrn it. nnn.nnii.h... . n I . ..
....uu.t. ... .w vwiLn-ijututta iu iiuiuail
life, that it is hardly possiblo to over cstt-
mni0 the importance of an actual, reliablo
remedy, that can sweep out this Scrofulous
contamination. We know then wo shall
proclaim welcome now.i to our readers of
ono from such a quarter as will leave littlo
doubt of its cllicacy and ttill more wel
com, when wo tell them that it surely does
accomplish the end dcnlrcd, Wo mean
Ayor's Sarsaparilla, and it is certainly
woitliy the anion of thoso who aro afflicted
with Scrofuhl or Scrofulous complaint.
Ihgistcr, Alb mj, N, J
Da.v Hicc and inn Uxio.v. Tho ro-
nowned Dan lticc is nt Eric, with his great
sIl0W am n fow cvcn;u; s-luca IlaJe a
strong Union speech to his audience. He
pitched into the Southern traitors, and tho
abolition agitators of the North aliko ; do
fentltd Mr. Lincoln, for whom, however,
ho had not voted, and earnestly fyiupa-
tilisCj ,Tili. the neonlo of Erin, in ih- mi-
fortune of having sue, a crack brained
(antic and political trimmer as 5Iorrow
. Lowery for thoir representative in tha
State Senate. 'I ho speech was very plain
ami pointed; and wa3 received with great
ZGr PcteisDii's Philadclahia Counlcr-
a&. W(J acI.U3wlcj tbo Xmmiet
Vi.0,.;. of10 Au)orioau Agriculturist.
MARE, I A GES,
On llie luth ull in Uluouisburg by Hev. J, it. Dimr.i ut
ut hi residence. .Mr. (Samu.l Uns.NLiNnFU to Mis IJu
11K Zliulmi ull ol .Sit t'lcnflnntt'ol, co. l'a.
On the 3ht ull. nt tho re.idcnco of Mr. Arthur in
Ll'i'iiusburg. byUev. J. U. Ulliilu, Mr. William 1'. Mt.
1 ..Kin., tiimiB ii. j. , .i.l,.i(, mi oi me auovc place.
i u..-j... ..-. .... .'.
i,Kiii., loitiiea it. j. vv ellivfii, uii oi me alios c place.
"" "i o miiMii.Mn. .sir.
"tM-aMiotii. w u Scn.u i Vim, both of
llUVtr ,owtl.ilip, Vvl. c,
, , 'ct. eoth. by iuder j Huttou, jrr. s,,..s llEAM1Si
u v, ,.vi, ,U.,.lllp, ,ui
XvlSt " lt,!f h'
' ''''TiV,', V,"",. 'V.,ON' ,"r,-"1"""1'"' c":
0 1 llie Ilth 11 t.bv the Ku . li. II. 1 li h..r.lr A- fl
' """J', .cntor o .th Jui.iaia and . i in,
i-iiiiiir 01 111 '.i.iuru .i-i, and . im
KtrsbK, all ol litdliitii u, Jut,i.it.i county.
D P. A T II S .
( l 't ,ug, mt. it y.I tflr. 11 l.iiUUli 1.1. U . . a) H
j t:i Mui.lnt.rfi I.) ti,ti.r,. ... -t.il l.n!'i Int. in th)
i'i lti j f ir 1 f liii tig , t-t-1 1 11 iw l.Loif, fur 11 tily ot
I IWMlMWH.l.NtnjrfH'i.- A - -IP V. v.T-TSW
; nuvn:v or tiik maukki'.
', cujiimwu) ivi:j,ly
si im t.'i.avr.i'.5i;i:ri
1 11 m 11 nt .
.'..1 I. litis .. .,
.-.UTll.l.OlV . .
1 - v '
l I 111 iTt Ll L) L r 1 1 h 1 11 1 11 1 1 h
' TKACIIUllS KXAMLATIO'.
A N. "C'."'1"'"' IU'11' tmu aiiim foi
(m im: li nit's mi (I (iljcca it. :
'J rni'VloUH. Utll lli'liilui k
th Munlisriii nt
lit Iniikiiuni ; I.'tU li,iit')-ir
:il h tL'jriitt'ii stl)ttil 1iihi
Jiul fur I ruiiktiii 11 tut it
tlu prL'M-iu'e 11
Xov. 3, lull -
uiu luahtv 14 ri .iii.-Ftoil and
tor ii-id ollurii rt-ji Tti'il'y bo.
1 sOTi ft S3 tiW . 1 3 V AftfiftSMV
, - ...... , , j . iriwjwiilll 1
Tilt: r!je uci Ttrin el th prmint U 1, niicynr oftli.
Or.itiKi'vill'.. Academy and Noru.ul Itintitute, 1, ill open
otiTI.'LrilUV. isuVl'.iillUH'lllliSril, 11. Tor lur
ther iiit'irumtiuli eu circular of July 'JJd
J. A lillAMv, 1'rincipal.
Or.msevillo. Oct 17. l'Ul-at.
. e 1 ui u 1,1 jiueiic tuie in ui'j I inirt ilu l.e.iu tllooiu
Ljre, mi ruri'tt u.w . in., such n.w ur n niiin n
! onl"Z'U KM
. "lal 1 '""n offiround .iluale iu Lichtftrcrl
fininonn.i.,,, c. Iuu bi.i rom.t,, I'n.na.. boundid anJ
Uecri!lld II !IlilW 10 Wit
on llie i;ut hy .slain r-tieil
on Iho Weal In all All', and on tlrj ojtli Lv an Alii
coutniniiij one third i fun uirctu the ..uuu more or le.
v. hereon ure er.'ited a on, and li liair.lol) frame dwell
iu? lioii.e n l'liiiue mil !,ii hen a large Iraiito .lahlu and
ollur out tuiliiiitif .villi the apjiuiteiianre
ri.-ined, LiWen in exuuliun and loho ifcld a the prou
.rty oi Jauie Kaiiu.
ALSO : At the same timo and place,
all th'H ceilani lot or pirrtl of t'lomtd -iliiau in U.py
town, Hudt tin. ii, Iiiji, Coliiuitna L'ounty, I'enn.jlvaiiia
hounded and ile.i'nhcd us foll'i.. . to .,11 on thetSouth
hy Main ftreit of.uid town outlie We.tby lot bclnnjr
tus to the heirs of Lluslii'th t'ro.clinn, dee'd on the
North hy an Alley, und on the Ka.t ly a lot h-iloniiineto
the llHtato of Fowler and t-'ri'.clia. It heiii the on .
half of hot No it in raid town. Containing forty felt in
from, nnd one hundred and .evei'l) -three anil one. fourth
feet in dentil, ..hereon 1 erected a two tory frame
dvvlting liou.it with tiie appurtenance.
i rei.eu, i.iheu iu cxecuuou ajiti to ue oiu a ma prop
city uri.aac Miicamey.
i JOHN SNYIJEU, 4rn
I ehenir oiiice,
' clo""ll"''' oa au' ml-
'Plin next icriu oflhii institution will commence N
X JStli, and continue eighteen weeka,
Kuthwiitutanttiiiif tbe ttute vt tho country, He nuni'
bcrof btudtnts in itttvntluucu tMi i?saiuu U unmually
9110 will pay for banrd, wmliing, fuel, room furniili
rd, and tuition iu common UuglUli brancbet, fur ono
XT' &tnd for a cutalogiw.
Kmjt-ton, l'a. Oct '-''J, 13 Hi
pKUIT HIKES FOIt SALU.
i'lio tulbiribor liu now n tiaud at Ui Xure'tJ w
ltiuli tuvuiliii, Nurlliuiiibmlaudrautity, neni Uiu, )'
a Urt;c aaiorliucnt, nftliritty sruft?ii aud buddcil m
Tutu ot every decti,)tiuii. bICll tt
GRArr. VIXiar,ftli"c!.ilcetkln'l. Luuu.1, ...S I '
lirlu, all of tvlilclMiiiMill aell ut leaii'mtile r",,t
l'roii Hiitiiocio set out orchard, will do weil lo cat
on ih uucutivr at Ilia N'tu-ry. or at hi rilinre IJ
utintiiic jtuiN utsr
Uct, I'I, 101 lm