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AND BLOOMSBURG GENERAL ADVERTISER.
LEVI Jb. TATE, Editor.
"TO HOLD AND TIUM TUB TORCH OP T RUT II AND WAVE IT O'ER Till! DARKENED EARTH."
TEItlMS : $2,00 FUR INIYUM.
7 Oh. 16 NO, 8.
BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PENN'A, SATURDAY APRIL 26, 1862,
rUBIiISIIED EVJUtY SATURDAY, BY
LEVI L. TATE.
IN BI.00M3BUIIO, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
o vvTq e
Mi Brick Building, opjioitte the r.tchange, bv tide
tthf Court lleuH. "Democratic Head Quarter!. "
terms or sunsomi'TioK.
Jt 00 tn advance, for ono copy, for lx months,
1 75 In advance, for one copy, ono year.
a 00 IT not paid within tho lirat throe months.
'2 55 If not paid within the first six moutln.
1 SO If not piiJ within the year,
m- tin .Mdm rlntliin takon fur l3t.il than ell montln,
d nn pepcr.illseumlnuod until all nrroatagc j hall have
Oj'orUlnarvADVKifnsp.MP.STslnscrtoJ. and Job Work
ccutod. at Hi? CiitnblUliailpriccs
BALTIMORE LOOK 11031'ITAI.
STADMSHKU A3 A KliFUOC 1'llOM QUACKKllY.
'JhoOnli Place whtrc a Cure can be
"R. JOHNSTON hn discovered the most Corlnln,
JfpecJy ami only Kir.'rtu.il Remedy in tin World
r all prli.itc Uneae-'s. Weakness of the "nek or
Iml,.. SltrlrMr Affections l)f UlC KillllPVS Hllil Wad-
ir. Involuntary Mudlark. luipoteiicy, tienerul Do
llty, Nervousness, Dyspepsy, l.an;unr, Low Spirits
Infusion of lit us, l'.ilpit.itiiu of Hi" flcutt, Timidity,
oniblings, Himncs ofeiitrht or C 1 1 .1 1 n oss, Disease of
e Ueud. Throat, Nose or in, Affections of tlio l.ivir
lags, Htouucn or Unvi Is -those terrible liiaorilora
ising from tho Solitary Habits of V'outli -those mcritr
id selitary practices more fiitul to tliir victims than
i tan; ol rfriiu t.) tli M.iri.iK of I'lysus, blight.
I their most brl Urn or anticipations, render-
5 inarrinj. Slc, iiupo-.i.ii .
von o -M n n
ipictally.- vtlio hav - '.-ma il.e IMIma ofSolltary
,rn. th.it dreadful an : st.ii.liie habit which muni-
ly swept to an u.iwi..-tj i,r.ivc tin umiin- of ounj;
en of thi limit ux.ilU'l Inl Ms and brilliant intell. ct,
ho inljht otlui wise lure -miancm I i j-t jii n. j; Somite
iththe thuii.lrrn of i lJ'iui nivi i wkkec. u ccilasy the
ring lyre, may call with lull a .ifi.ence.
M A ft it 1 A i:.
Married parsons, or Yo.nu M n cnnluuplatln; mar
jge, being! aware of hysi -al i ikn s, or.'.inlc i.eabili
, deforBiiues, fci... . p ; ii.y cuu i.
He who place Iiiiiu 'li uu r the car- of Dr. Johnston,
ay rcli(tlou.dy cn.iti le in Ins honor lis a .niloiuen, and
nftdenlly rely upon lii "Kill as a phjsician.
6 R (a A N I C W K A li N K S U
imedlately cur -1 ami full vijwr rctorrd.
Thii DiilruMpins 'll 'i.io ivlilih r.Miilnri life mil
able and in. rri.irf- n:i ml -Istlie penalty paid by
a victim' of luipri'li r indnlsi-nr. s. Yoiiiir per
neare'too apt t'i omuni 'U 'sj from not b;lng
vara of the ilr.'i.lfiil come'iu ' lie that may cnHiie,
Now, Win that uiuli-ritanili thn subject will pre
nd to deny th it the power of procreation is Inst sooner
thoie falling inlo improper h ibits than by the prudent,
tildes beine. ileprivi-d of the pleasure uf lieallhy olf-
rinis.tho most serious and di'strucllve symptoms to
th body and mind arim, The sytem bPcomns dcrani;-
the physical and mental rum lions weakened, loss
f proeroaiive power, nervous iriil ibillty. Ilyspepsia
ilVltatlon of tliu heart. lmlisetioii, roiistltutintiiil ilf-
llty, a watiii!i of the rraiiie, l.'oush. foimuinption,
icay and death.
omoK, No. 7 south rr.r.m'.nicK STiinr.T.
ft hand side Roin? from li.iltimoro stroet, a few door
oiuthe corner Fail not loolni rve name and number.
Letters must h i paid and contain a stamp. The Doc
ir'sUiploinas hang in Ins olfice.
CURE WARHAMT : 1) IN TWO DAYS
so jiEiutav on kacoos naoiis.
lomber of tho Uojnl ColWice of Kurponns. Lnndon. '
rirfuata from one of th'i moit eminent Uollvgrq rf the
nited StiU. and th (jre.tter pirt of wIkmi- life ha
icn spent In thj lint Ilo-pifili uf l.ou.lon. I'ariii, Pliila
dphlaan.1 olsewhere. has elf ct.-d some of the limit in
nishing curesth.it weretver known j many troubled
ith ringing In thn head ami tars wh.'n asleep, great
irvouaness. b-ing al.ir.iied at amnion sounds, and b.tih
lnoss, Willi fre.i ii'iitlM-dnn, att. n le.l sometimes Willi
irangeinont of nun I. we. cured immediuUly
TAKE r A R T I C U I. A 11 N OTIC K.
Dr. I. addresses all thus" lio hivu injured themselves
V Unnroper Indulgence and solitary habits, which ru
I both body and mind, unfiling them for cither b'lel-
ss, study, society or marriage.
These ore some of tho sad and melancholy cfTerts pro
ceed by early habits of youth, vi. : Weakness of tho
ack anil Limbs, 1'aiu in the Head, Dinirers of riiglit,
oss of Muscular Power, Palpitation r,r the ll .art. liys
psla, Nervous Irratahillty, lleriingeiiient of thn l)ig''
"re Functions, (Jen jral Debility, symptoms uf Uonsuiup.
HliNTAI.IiY. The fearful effects on the mind nru
luch to ho dreaded, l.ossol Meimiry, Confusion of Ideas
lepressiouof th" Hpirits, I'.vil rorebo lints, Aversion
Society. self-distr.i"t, loo of lolilude, Tiuiity, &c,
ro some of the evils produced.
Thousands of p.-rsons of all ac can now judge what
i the cause of their ilcilining lo allli. Loosing their
Igor, bsconung weak, pale and emaciated, Hiving sin
utar appearanc about the eyes, cough and syiiiptwns ol
Y OBSO M 15 N.
Who have InJureJ tlimselvos by a certain practice,
idulged in when aloue - a habit frequently learned from
vil companions, or at school Hie otrects of which are
ightly felt, even h in asleep, ami If nut cured lenders
larriage impuiaible, anu dcitroys both mind and body,
hould apply Immediately.
What a pitty th u iiyoun;,' man, tho hope of his rcintry
nd the darling of Ins parents, should be snatched from
II prospects and enjoyments oflil'e, by the coiifequei.
aa of deviating from Hie path of nature, and indulging
a certain secret habit, riuch persons mc.st buloro
M A R H I A O E,
eflect ,that n sound mind and body are tho most ne
essary" requirilies to promote coimnbinl hapiiiness
ndced, without these the Journey through life hecoini's
weary pilgrimage, the prospect hourly darkens to
in views the inlud becomes shadowed with despairfc
lied vyith tho melaiuholy reflection that the happiness
f another becom 's blighted with our own,
D I ft 15 A 15 OF I M 1 R U J) 15 H015,
When the misguided and linprii Jent'votiiry of pleasiiro
mis he.has imbibed the seeds of this painful diseatn, it
( o often h.ipp 'nsthit ail ill timed senso ofihame or
read-'of discovery, di l"rs him from applying to thoo
rliofrom education and respectability can alone befriruil
lim, delaying till the constitutional symptoms of this
lorrid disease mak, s th ir uppearnncc, such as ulcerated
ore throat, uiseas'd no.e, noctuinal, pains in tbohead
mil limbs, ilium oss of si'ht, daafuess, nodes on the shin
. ,on. nn.l nr. n . 1,1. itch . un tho dead, f.ico and extreme
i ies, progresaiug null rapi.lit) .till at last the palate ot
lis mouth an i lion -s of th" nose fall In. and the victim of
his deseasu b. comes a horrid object of comiiusn.rntioii
. Ill deathputsapeiiodtoliisdreauful sufferings, by sen-
llnghini'to ' that bourne from whence no traveler ro
turns.'1 It is a netmtrhel'j fatt that thousand fall victims to
this terrible disease, owing to the uns'sillfulfnc9s of ig
norant pretenders, who. by tue inn of Unit lieadtij '
tan, .Vtrcury ruin the constitution and make thu resi
due of life miserable
S T R A N O H R S
' Trust not your liv is, or health, to the care nf the ma
' ny Unlcarli'il an I A' rihless Pretender', destitute of
' knowledge, nainu or character.whncopy Dr. Junnstnn's
advertisements, or stel th 'inselves, in the newspapers,
regularly B lucateil I'hv idaus Incapable of Curiug.lliey
keep you trill) " unin ifi r m mlh taking their fi thy
md poiious , i,ii. " at long as tlu smalle t fee
:an bt oblaiii'in. au J,i ipair. loiiyo you Willi ruined
aealth to slJh iv i y';r r.:i, i.g disappuinlm .nt.
' Dr, Johnson tli j ..y .'hyticlin a.herildng.
His credential or .!ip.i.ua always hang in his office.
His remedies or ir 'aim nit ar iiaknow n to nil others,
prepared from a Ilf p-nt in tlu gr '.it h ispitiU of Cu
1 ropo, thi) first in thi o mtrv I i nw i ctteiisivo rrt
, t J'roc'icr thin ativ . tn r hyl' Ian in Hi" world,
' I.MI.JKMb'AlKM' '!' Til I'.t id,
, Tht many tlnasan is ejr.' ' at tins I.i titutkm year af
, t'r year and th i nu n iro s important Surgical Opera
; lions perforiiud by Or. John .tun. Willi a-i'd by the re
potters of the - un " "i lipp r." an I .1 tny oth. r papers
notices of which h iVj app are I asul- ' auain b , foro
Ilia public, It'll Jet In 1 stan ling n n gjiiilemcn of char
acter and r -ponsiollity, i u sudlcient guuranteo to the
.skiv niisEAS. a spnr,nti.Y cunnn.
1 Perisont writing tliouH he paitirular in directing their
, Inters tohla lnstltuuoii 111 Hie folloivnig inaiincr
JOIJN' M. JOHNSTON, .M. I).
,1 Of the Haiti mora Lock Hospital. Baltimore. .Maryland.
, Jn 18, le(H. March 17, ldCO.
n. 0. IIOWER,
RCHPF.CTFL'M.Y offers his profession
1 services to thu ladies and gentlemen nf
Ullooinsbtirg and vicinity, llo is prepared
"in attend to all the various operations in
the lint or his profession, he Is proMiieu wun tue latest
Imprtvedfiore 'lain teeth, which will ho inserted on
fold, platiua, silver and rubber baso; to look as well as
tse irurl teeth. . , ,
Mineral plate and block icoth njiiimfartured nd all
rpmtlons on teeth, ruefully and piijieily attended to
irt,BisViH Pa. Auru.t i, mi
For thm Colbmbu Dcocrt.J
THE AP1HL SXOW 8T0KH.
by b. r. n.
Rwiftly falling comes the snow,
From the sky 'tis swiftly falling,
Hwiftly falling to the earth below,
1'itro unspotted is the snow,
Dastllng white and without blemish,
I5ui'.ilem of Heaven is the snow I
April snow-storms sent from Heaven,
Sent to teach us certain lessons,
Then to tacit away into oblivion.
April snow storms how they chill us
After April's days of sunshlnot
And with vague mid gloomy faces they fill us.
Just as friends, wo loved and trusted,
Prove untrue when aihcrsc fortune
Came upon, and left us sad and wretched,
April snow storms not expected I
Arc they not n disappointment
Disarranging plans we had connected t
All through wenry life we'll have them.
Yes, we'll meet with disappointments;
Let us then prepare, utiritlves to brave them,
And, Just as the snow doth vanish,
We will by our high endeavors
All our troubles from us quickly baulshi
Fotelemilte, Ta., April P. 180-J,
From the Patriot k Union.
Rc-Appearanco of tho Dark
I.'itnx Jtidithl OHhs, (7r's. raiiKDrdt, etc. Dark
Coisplracy to Defraud the PcoplcJl Xcw lihg tit
eatu.sm "Sain superseded by "Jibe" IVhcrcJlh Lice
iceure thn spout V imcrrnt i-nsi aai: 03 ittpum
It appears from the official documents
which wo publish helovr, that there are
certain loyal individulas in Luzerne county
whose loyalty to the Union is of so ques
tionable a character fiat thoy are cither
ashamed or afraid to exhibit it in a public
manner, but prefer the shades of night and
the screen of secrecy to brow and concoct
their minister machinations. Accordingly ,
they have formed a secret association in '
Ftrict imitation of the "Kuow-N)thing"
organization ,uuder the ppcoious and sound
ing appellation of tho "Luzerne Count y
Lo'jul Union Lcuguc," of which a Mr 1
HOSE A 0 All PENT 10 It is President. J
ThoiC "minions of the-moon," desirous of
uuumg an viiu n..,u u. ine ulaiu ,u v
ii .i... .:i -e .1... i3..,. 1
one grand corporation, with a monopoly
of all tin State, county and township offi
cers, deputed their President, IIosea Car
penter, to Harrisburg, with authority lo
create and organize throughout the State,
County couuoils, at Jiva dollars apiece, sub
ordinate to tho Stato counciljsubsequcntly
to bo orgauized.
Mr. IIosea Carpenter, who understood
hi3 business, and who therefore knew
where to flud the best material for his
purpose, went strait to Senator Kc'cham,
who,vitliout liciitulionnimeaiatcly caugut
Mr. E. W. ipron, Assistant Clerk of the
House, wiio not only nwietstoou me oust-
ticss of framing the constitution," but was
also entirely reliable in every lebjiecl."
Thus, in a short time, the constitution j
of "Tho Loyal Union of tho State of
Pennsylvania'' was framed ; Mr. CAP
RON, the author, elected rrtsidentof the '
Legislative Loxjal Union arganizulion,
and Mr. II. V. HALL, Corresponding i
Secretary. It further appears that, about
that liuio, tho county council of Dauphin
was organized by tho election of DAVID
MUMMA as President, and GEORGE
DERGNElt, Corresponding Secretary.
There is no doubt Mr. Carpouter is now
travcliug in the various countis of tho Com
monwealth to organize secret couucils
therein, and to levy his fee of five dollars.
Our space will not permit tho publica
tion of tho whole of the constitution adop
ted by tho parties concerned, a priuted
copy of which is iu our bauds. Wo give
to the public such articles as aro best cal
culated to lay bare tho objects of tho or
ganization, By article VI. it will appear that it is
intended to take a snap judgment upon
the pcoplo by uot revealing tho ticket until
the morning of tho election.
Artiolo VIII. binds tho members of tho
association, who aro under oath, to sup
port tho ticket formed by tho Committee
whether they like it or not.
Articlo IX. is an ingenious way of put
ting up tho oflico to tho highest bidder,
which will efficiently exclude tho poor dev
ils who have no money. A good chanco
for tho shoddy and other contractors who
have lined their purses.
Artielo X. excludes from oflico all per
sons outside of tho ring 1
Articlo XVII. teaches how to trap mem
bers into tholoaue,and introduces "Abo."
Articlo XVIII., uuder tho obligation of
on oath, enjoins secrecy and evou falso
For further particulars as to tbo rcsi-
rler.fc and travels of "ABE" euquiro of
DAVID MUMMAor GEOitQE DERG-
If Ihoro wore nuy evidence wanting of
tho desperation of tho Republican party,
this effort of their loaders to revamp and
assume all the abominations of Kuow
Nothingism, long since repudiated by tho
sober second thought of the people, would
prove the hopeless straits to which they
arc reduced. Wo feel assured that tho
bare exposure of this covert attempt to
dcce'iTO and defraud tho people, will blow
up tho conspirators and their dark lan
terns sky high 1
"We tho undersigned, Committee of
Luzerne County Loyal Union Leaguci
hereby authorize our President, IIoska
Oaupknti:r, to organize a County Council
of tho League in every county in the State
of Pennsylvania, and when he shall have
so organized two thirds of the counties of
tho Commonwealth, ho is empowered to
call a meeting of tho Presidents of each
County Council, to meet at Harrisburg,
for the purpose of formins a Statd Coun
cil, to moot at Harrisburg, for thcpurpo30
of forming a State Council, by giving them
ten days' notice of such meeting. A re
ceipt signed by IIosea Carpenter for $5
for organizing a County Council will be
deemed a sufficient voucher to admit the
President to tho first Stato meeting.
D. N. LATnitOP, Carbondale, Pa.
Ii. V LOKUSTU1S1ST, Wilkcsbarre.
E. C. WADHAMS, Plymouth.
li. G. DliLESBACH, Deach Haven.
J. T FELLO W S, Hyde Park.
D. II. JAY, Soranton.
0. J. BALDWIN, Wilkcsbarro.
S. A. N OUT III! OP, Parks Green.
THEODORE STRONG, Pittston.
Scuanton, March 4, 1802.
On arriving at Harrisburg, I immedi
ately called ou Hon. W. W. Kctcham,
Senator from Lutcrne. On telling him
my business ho said he would introduce
me to a gentleman in the House of licp-
rosontatives who would understand the
business of framing the Constitution, and
was entirely reliable in every respect.
He then introduced me to E. W. Caprou,
Assistant Clork of the IIouso, (and editor
f tltn f!lirlir nmintv Times, nf Wnst
- - J ' "
(j Mf Gapron iimilediatcly
entered upon tho work, and wrote out the
articles of tho Constitution and prepared
them for the printer
Mr. Capron is now President of the
Legislative Loyal Union Organization, and
II. V. Hall, Esq , is Correjponding See
retary. Any information that may be
required by Loyal men in any part of the
State concerting the organization of the
I Legislative I ounoil may be cblained by
I addressing tho above named President or
Secretary it Harrisburg during session of
tjlQ jiCgi.,laturc. Any i
tivo t0 DUUphin couuty s
should bo address
ed to David Mumina, President, or, Geo.
Ucrguer, Corresponding Secretary, at
Any communication for mo should bo
addressed to Harrisburg, care of George
Bergner, Esq., Post Master, and Editor
of tho Harrisburg Telegraph.
IIOSEA CARPENTER, Prcs't.
No Surrender. Wo admire the tone
of tho following, which wo tako from an
ablo article in tho Albany Argus, addres
sed to tho Democracy of Now York :
Follow Democrats, have patience ; stand
fast by your principlos, calmly endure the
flippant reproaches and misrepresentations
with which partizan demagogues, or, it
may be, honest but weak and unstable po
litical friends assail you. When the storm
of vituperation (hall have passed, ana tho
noisy and pretentious patriot of tho day
shall have shrunk away from the dangers
which now impend ovor us, tho last hopo
of tho nation will rest upon your oourago
aud firmness, grounded upon an intelligent
political faith, which will bo equal to the
terrible ordeal, and tbo salvation of your
country will bo wrought out by your own
hands. Cherish your political principles,
jireservo your organization, patiently
struggle for the right, and prepare for the
hour when the work of re-establishing tho
Constitution and restoring tho Union will,
by common consent, bo committed to your
X6y A colored servant sweeping out a
bachelor's room, found a sixpence on tho
oarpet which ho carried to tho.ownor.
'You may keep it for your honesty,"
A short time after ho missed his gold
ponoil-caso, and inquired of his servant
if ho had seen it.
"Yes sir," wae tho reply.
"And what did you do with it'"
"Kept it for my bonosty, oir."
Tho old bachelor dwnppoareI.
Remarkable Performance of a
Sorgoaut 0. W. Redman, of Company
II., Missouri Volunteers, has been guilty
of nn outrage in St. Louis, whiob proves
him to bo ono of the most impudent vil
ains on record. On Thursday morning
he went to Benton Barracks No. CO, and
informed a Wisconsin Captain, named
SoathwortU, that General Ilallcck bad
cent him for a detail of eight men, to bo
immediately placed in his command, for
the execution of business of great moment.
He gavo his name as Reed, but presented
no written document to tho Captain, who
very thoughtlessly complied with bis de
mand. Sergeant "ReetV and squad moved
with military dignity down Grand Avenue,
Morgan street and Broadway, to the bank
ing house of G. S. Hammer & Co., No
331 on tho oast side of Broadway, be
tween Cherry and Wash streets. Tho
officer placed several of his men at the
door to prevent tho intrusion of outsiders,
and entered with the others. Only Mr.
Hammer was in the store, and he was en
gaged in counting some fifteen thousand
dollars which ho bad in piles around him
behind tho counter. "Reed" promptly
told the banker that ho had Gen. Ualleck's
order for his itnmediato arrest. Mr. II.
asked for what I but Heed replied that he
did not know, ho had simply to tako him
in custody, and no doubt wrong would not
bo done him. Mr. H. said he would place
the money in the safe and go at once, but
the officer told him he must leave the
money as it was. Mr, II. hastily seized
a bag containing 7000 in gold, and also
snatched a pile of bills, hurriedly threw
them into a small vault in the interior ot
his largo safe, and shut the door. This
locked the door of the vault. He then
attempted to close tho remaining doors of
tho safe, but a bayonet was inserted be
tween them, and he was collared He at
once resigned tho key, and was then al
lowed to shut and fasten the doors. Reed
gave him in charge of his men, and bid
them to take him to Broadway Garden, to
bo guarded by the soldiers there till fur
ther orders. The party proceeded up
Brotidway on a car, and Reed, with a sin
gle sentinel at the door, attorapted to uu
lock the safe. In this he failed, but in
dignantly uci-patched a messcuger to
Broadway Garden with an order that the
piUoner be brought back a3'"
At tho Garden, Hammer was received
by tho commanding officer without, a sua
picion that lie was not properly in military
custody, and in tho full belief that his
commitment was fully authorized. The
requisition for his relum wasoboyod with
alacrity. In half au hour after his arri
val, ho left the Garden, again guarded by
the six soldiers, and was taken in a street
car down Broadway. In the store ho was
compelled to take the key and unlock the
safe. In his eagerness the robber sergeant
failed to notice the interior vault, and
henco it remained closed. "Reed" next
ordered the seven men to escort the cap
tive back again, and saw them safely off.
Leaving tho door locked and the senti
nel standing outside, he proceeded to the
Restaurant, No. 317 Broadway, and soon
after returned in citizen's clothes. Ho
then entered and dismissed tho sentinel,'
who of course, obeyed orders and moved j
off. A party of curious gazers ou tho j
sidewalk could look directly through tho
wiudows into tho store ond obscrvo all tho:
seargant's movements, lie took several !
piles of bills from the safe and tho roar
of the counter, and a larce ouantitv of,
... '. , , . .it
gold aud silver. A banker's tray stacked
.,, , , ., , , ,, .
with half dollars, piled full of them, bo
, -., ' , . 1
covered with sorao sheets of paper, and
, i i i , j t j
IftlSlirelv nlnnnrl lindnr ma nrm T.orinn
.....l. i i . .i s i
with his booty, ho passed to tho door,i
i i j 1 1. o ii i i '
locked it in sight of tho crowd, and walk-1
cd off with the dignity and speed of a
smart man of business engaged in
cvery-day transaction I
Of course tho spectators were impressed
with the idea that Messrs. Haminor & Co ,
had been violating some law and wcro bo
ing summarily dealt with in conscqucnco.
Tho amount taken was S2280 10, in
United States Treasury uotes, Illinois cur
rency, and gold nnd silver.
Mr. Hammer's partner, Aiho was absent,
on hearing of his arrest, mado inquiries
of the military officials, and soon found
that thcro was a mistake somowhoro. An
investigation took placo, nnd Redman's
performances oamo to light. A searoh
was immediately instituted for him, and
ho was finally arrested ou Friday morning,
just as ho was getting on board tbe Alton
and Chicago cars.
What I'd Love to See.
mo kiddie myrtle's rottiroi.to.
I'd love to stand on Judah's plains,
Whore shepherds heard the heavenly choir,
Tour forth their sweet, angelic strains,
In honor to tbo Lord's Messiah.
I'd lovo to seo the tactcd (tall,
Where Mary laid her Infant down,
Before whose crib the sages fall,
And worship him or high renown.
And Egypt, famed In day of yoro,
Where Joseph fled from Herod's wiles,
And there ths child and mother boro
I'd love to see thy lowering piles.
In Calllee, there stood the cot,
Whsre dwelt the lowly Nazireno,
Sharing the laborer's toilsome let -Hut
Nazareth's hills I'd lovo to see.
And thou famed sea nf Galilee,
Whose waves wore dust beneath her foeti
Tby foaming surf I'd lovo to see,
Thy citron coast I'd love to greet.
Tho city famo1 for Kings and Beers,
Whose stiec'ls tho Saviour often trod j
I'd love to walk were fell the tiara
Of Christ, the onco incarnate Hod.
I'd lovo to gaio on Calvcry's Mount,
On which mj Saviour groaned and b'ed
Whcro pressed with griefs on my acount,
He sunk in rilcnccwllh the dead,
Could I on eagles' pinions soar,
I'd speed my co ursc to Judah's land,
I'd gaze where Jesus gazed before,
Where Jesus stood my feet should stand.
Hut Ahl lliiscumbrous load of clay
Confines my soul to narrow bounds,
Bo that I ne'er can make my way
To Canan's concentrated ground-.
Then let my anxious spirit rest.
And seek to find aChri-l within,
Whose holy smiles 'hall cheer my breast,
Whose healing blood shall save from sin.
Tho following importaut bill was pasted .
by the LegUatnro, aud oigncd by tho
AN ACT to provide for the adjudication
and payment ot certain military claims.
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Section 1. Be it tnaete-i bu the Sen-
ate and House of JlcvrcsenUUives of the ,
CamLnwr.ulth or Pnmsvluvva in Gen-
cral Assembly met, and it is hercb,, macted
bs the authority of the same, That the ad-
jutaut general, the quartermaster general
and tho oommissary general shall be
board, any two of whom shall form a
ouorum. to whom all olaiu.s contracted
for the subsistence, clothing, transportation loan authorized by the act tf tho fifteenth
or organization of our volunteers, under day of May Anno Domim one thousand
orders of authorized officers of this State, eight hundred and sixty-one, entitled "An
. .ii i ... j .., . t ,t. Act to cteato a loan aud provide for tho
shall bo submitted, with power to take tcs- r .
. ' ; is ,i, arming of tho S'ate; ' and in caso said
timony, whoso report, accompnnied by tho .l
i i ii i . j t ,,, (n funds should be insufficient to pay the
evidence, Bhall be returned by them to .
the auditor general for hi, approval or Bamo, then out of any money in the trea
disapproval, whose decision shall be final , surJ not otherwise appropriated.
, , . j . , . ,!.. i! Sec. 7. That tho said board namod in
anu conclusive , mm t uuuimi yum-ia.
is hereby authorized and directed to draw
bis warrant on the tUto treasurer for tho
amount allowed in caoh case: iWrf
That no higher price shall be allowed than
has been paid for like articles procured
under contract by the State; And provided
jurthcr, That so much as may iu the jud-
L f -t ,1 l,nni.il n r1in nnnn nnv entl.
b , , ,, ,
ii'npi. madt! nnor to the fifteenth day ot
May, Anno Domini one thousand eight
hundred and sixty-one, by any military
officers of this State, in good faith with
citizens of this State, may in their disorc-
i? 1. nl,! n rlltri -. 1'rlftf t?C Clinli .
UUU, J,U u r.vv. s,--
tract, or so much as may in their judg-
ment bo the true value of tbe goods or
merchandise so purchased,
Sec. 2. That such settlement shall em
brace the claims for pay of all Pennsyl
vania voluutoers; of persons acting in tho
capacity of officers from the time thoy
commenocd to recruit under the authority
of the Stato, and of privates from tbe data
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1 '"i ,n Ti d L vate unles
c aim shal. be al a wed to , p n a toi , un
tho ohmant has beeu actually sworn into
.. . c i o. er. . ,t- .. n,,;i,i
tho service of tho State or ot the United
Ktnta. hv one of its own officers, or bv a
... tf it it i
regular mustering officer duly qualified'
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. nn . , . ' . . futm
l'lert inatno OlUCCr Miall DO entllietl IO
.. . ...
! tho benefits or provisions ot this act unt
, e .i v .
1 ho shall fi o m the office of tho atljutai
wuvisi au iiiuuioH, uuv uu ""j
! ' .
i .nt,l; tt..,t I,., h.. ,mt nt mn.
time received any pecuniary compensation
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or promiso thereof, for the procuring of
1 . . . . , .
' p ... ' ' lnipA'M.
nn, . ... , , . .,.
rRQ wun liiu voiuiimtir sorvmu. ur wuu uaa ,
transferred any portion of meu that ho
recruited or assisted iu rcoruiting, to any
other company, battalion or regiment, for
a pecuniary consideration 1J proviiled
farther, That iu tho settlement of olainia
under tho provisions of this seotion, naid
board shall allow such claims as may bo
presented as in their opinion may in just
ice and equity be duo for the services ren
dered. Sko, 3. that any company or rogimemt
having cnlistod in tlu volunteer scrvico,
and having beon ordcrod by tho military
authorities of the Stato of Pennsylvania
or of tho United Siatos, to rendezvoui at
iny point, aud having proceeded to such
rendezvous, and shall there or elsewhore
hare been disbanded by tho Govcruw, or
other proper authority, without having
bcon mustered into service, shall rcccivo
compensation for timo; and all claims for
aubsicUnce, clothing and transportation
of suoh company or regiment, shall bo ad
justed by said board; Provided. That no
claim shall be allowed under tho provisions
of tho first three sections of this act, un
less the samo be presented within one year
after the passage thereof.
Sbo. 4. That wbonany volunteer, after
having be:n enrolled and joined his com
pany, fhall have beconia sick aud shall
havo died, or shall have been discharged
on account of such sickness without having
been regularly mustered into service, sueb
soldiers shall be entitled to tho samo pay
and other provisions, from tho time of his
enrollment to his discharge or death, as
he would havo been entitled to had bo
bcon regularly mustered into service; aud
iu case of death of such soldier, his widow
and minor children, if any, shall be enti
tled to the benefits p.ovidod in tho six
teenth scctiou of the act of fifteenth day
of May, Auno Domini ono thousand. eight
hundred and sixty-one, for soldiers who
may die after having been mustered into
the service of the United States or of this
Sue, 0. That any soidicr cnlistod iu the
Pennsylvania voluuteers under the act of
May fifteenth, one thousand eight hundred
and sixty one, entitled "An act to create a
loau and provide for arming tho State," or
ivlin worn nailed into such servieo under
. ... f ., t,..,-!,.,,, of m.c
VM & Rnd hM Qr Ii0rcafler
m i,coome insano, who has not at such
. . . . . f .
United -Matci, shall be sent by order of
"atic W"m, Qt tilQ CiPen3C ot the atatoi
Provided, His insanity be oertified to by
rgoon of his regiment, and approved
by o rgcon general of Pennsylvania
- l"u"a "-""
by the provisions oftho.foregoing sections
of this act, shall be pud out of the war
"' eetion of this act ...ball aUo exam
d "Prt o the next Legislature in
writing the result of fueh exammations a 1
claims ol citizens oi mis uominonweaiiu
who have been engaged in recruiting and
organizing the volunteer forces of this Stato
for the war, by authority in writing from
the war department of the United Statoa,
or from person thus authorized, accord
. . ' . . . . '
iug io their designated rank or position,
for the time in which they were thus actu
ally engaged, at the rate of persons per
forming similar duties in tho volunteer
' servieo of this State, but only iu propor-
Mrviccs ren(ler.a W
, . . ,
ded, That no claim shall be considered or
reported under thU section to any officer
who has been paid by the United States
for the subsistence of men recruited by
him or uuder his authority, until ho shall
have satisfied tho board that he has paid
in full all tho debts contracted by him in
" .1.. .i- i :.. i.:.
"1U uai"u ol ti,c Bv,..u.0u, t ... u 0
namo. for the Hunnort of such men.
' Seo. 8. That i'n all counties of this State
by troops, tho owner or owners thereof
may app.y uj jii;.,,., opting wnu u.o
facts, and tho amount claimed,
davit of the claimant as to tho t
: davit of the claimant as to tho truth of the
r,rt!tion. to court of common nloas of the'
county in which the lands of the tenements
; aro situated, aud upon suoh application,
i . . I .ii . . 1 .1: "... J
i . , , ,, ... . j
nnns-.ausc si-hr. linll wirlun tironti. dnt -
, kuu oti 'r""
, . ' , . e ,
, a tor their appointment, having first been
I duly sworn or affirmed to make a just and
true valuation of tho alleged damages, ,
i proceed to view the premises and hear any
testimony presentod or desired by said ap-
praisers, and shall report the sum thoy
find to be due, if any, with all thotestimo-
ny, to tho said court; tho said court may
continii saiu rcpoit, or rctor it oacK
tho samo appraisers, or appoint now apt
prauors as way boat, in tho opiniou of tbo
court, eubscrvo tho onds of justice; aud
upon the confirmation of such roport, the
amount therein stated to bu duo shall
eortificd with all tho testimony by tbe pro
thonatory of said court to tho board ap
pointed by the first section of this act,
be examined and reported upon to ths
Legislature ; Provided further, thnt as
soon as thu claims uamed in tho seventh
-...i :t ,l .!.:. ...s
nuu uiuiu c;ci;uua uj vui ua oiu juujjvi
ly adju ted, the nbove naiaed b3id tshsll
transmit to tho war department at Wash
ington, a copy of their report upon each.
Sko. 9. No claim shall bo paid undor
tho provisions under this act unless tho
olaimant shall filoiu writing with tho Stato
troasuror an ogrccmont or pledge, that the
sum so paid is accepted as a full rcleaso
and discharge of the State and National
Government from all other or further lia
bility for, or on account of tlio subjoct mat
ter of such claim.
Sec. 10. That the provisions of thii not
so far as applicable, shall be cxtendeu to
all oitizens or residents of Pennsyivuia,
who have heretofore entered into the ac
tive service of tho United States, or unj
other State of this Union ; Provided, That
such persons have not been, or shall not
bo provided for nnd paid by such other
Stato or by tho United States.
Speaker of thi House of Uevrestntativcs,
L. W HALL,
Speaker of the Senate.
Approved the sixteenth day of April,
Anno Domini one thousand eight hundred
and sixty-two- A. G. CURTIN.
JfA prominent gentleman, and a rrr-
pnblicsn office holder, who has just re
turned from Cincinnati and other western
points, reports a general development of
intense anti Abolition sentimouts in all
quarters of tbo West, siuoe the Wendell
Phillips riot in Cincinnatti. ne s-ays vio
lout denunciations of Phillips and all of bn
kind aro heard among all classes, and
that thread are made against many Abo
lition members of Congress, that if they
show themselves before the people of the
West, they will fare worse than Wendell
Phillips did. This feeling, bo reports, is
based on the popular rcpuguancc to "ne
gro equality,'' towards wbioh tho Aboli
tionists are supposed to be tending no
white man being so poor in his own esteem
at uotlo feel himself 'hotter than a nigger.'
Plant Peas Deep. Tho theory re
cently advocated of planting pea3 very
deep in tho earth, in order to prolong tho
bearing capacity of tho vines, has boon
well tested in Williamstown, and found to
be correct. A farmer told me that he
plowed a furrow beam deep, than scattered
the seed pass at tbe bottom ; after which
he turned a deep furrot? upon them with
his plow, covering them if possible, to the
depth of twelve or fourteen inches. Thoy
pushed their way up through the thick mas
of earth very soon, and instead of turning
yellow at the bottom and dying after the
first gathering, they blossomed and boro
until he was tired of picking tho pods.
If such a result will uniformly bo realized
from the plan, pea culture may bo tnaua
moro profitable than hitherto.
lt is a favorite allegation with Ab
olitionists that Democrats act slavery
abovo tho Union. Wo havo the record of
the Abolition faction in Congress that they
set anti-slavery abovo ibo Union, but in
sist that one and the other shall be left
just where the fratners of the Constitution
left them, and just whcro President Lit
coin, in his recent special mesaagj, said
they belonged ; with tho States recp.i,
S&'lia not above your profesior , s-4
always consider it as the fis.-t any r -
Never shrink from doing anythi t
Uflh your yQU Q The
, . .tinH t t....;.,.,. .. ftnn
, man wno is auovo ins Dunmess may ono
d find Ws bus;ness abovo u
A gentleman whose father had
boon hanged, was accustomed to say of
him - "Ho died suddenly itnon n nlfirfnrm
. mm 1 aicu suaauiiy upon a piatiorm
ret :... : .1 .
um m. ue uucnuuu iu icLjuiu iu a mail
political position used to be, "Is he souud
. ' , 1 . ,t , ',, , ... ,
on tho goose ?" Now it should bo, "Is he
' , ., , ,,, '
ESP Fannv Fern savs. to her ovc, no
' elatue tliat tho rioll raan placea iu his win.
doW) h l0 be comparcij t0 tuc nulc cxpoc
tant face prcsJCa against tho window pauo
; wl(obing for it fathor, when his day'
to jaDor jouo
ftT A writer in a Now York paper
, recomends that the beds in a man's Loues
bo taxed for tho support of tho wtr. A
bo cotcmporary replies that the homestead
- ; bill may bo well enough, but wo don't wan;
- ' a bedstead bill.
fcSElevcn million gallons of wjne woro
consumed in England during tho year 1661
tJA toldierin one of Kentucky camps
ay tbo motto with them ii-r-"Uuitod vu
elF i dirldsrl w freetV