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AND BLOOM8BU11G GENERAL ADVERTISER.
BiEVl ij. TAT 13, Editor.
TO HOLD AND TItIM THE TO110II OF TKUTII AND WAVE IT O'ER THE DARKENED EARTH."
TERMS: 82,00 PER ANtflHTl
VOL. 16. NO, 36.
BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PENN'A, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1862,
l'UBLlSIIED EVBUY SATURDAY, UY
LEVI L. TATE,
IN BLOOMSBtnia, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA,
o vTTu e
tn He r llriek Untitling, nittt Ike I'xclange, tj tide
elie Cnurt 1 to ate. "Dtmoirallc Head Uuarliri."
TEUMS OF SUlMCUll'TION.
' oo III n Ivunco, fur anu copy, for lx month..
1 7.1 In n Iviinio, for onu mpy, ono year,
'.' ii j li' mil p.il'l within tliu lint throe muiitlii,
2 55 II l " t ji.ilil within lliu II rut g)x iiinlitlis.
2 30 II' nut paid ulthlu tho year.
(!- No Diilifcrlptimi tnki'li for Imm than Ml Moulin,,
ni l mi paper discontinued until nil arrearages shall have
r urdlnnrvA!ivk.Rnt:Mi an Inserted, and Jon Work
Cleciltud, ut tliu i;tJlilllii!iljinci'n
. uvwi i'i ,J,
THE SEIMJEAXT AXITHli SALt7
An Irish sergeant, t'otlior day,
While o'lton tlic recruiting "lay,"
(So taystho cw York Herald,)
Meeting ii certain clergyman,
Aikcdhiintn 'Met with Corcoran,
Baying. "llcru's (lfty, fir, In Iian.
Biiro ns me name's fitzgerald"
Now, thlsbould sergeant clliln't nole
Tho white iruvut nbnutthc throat,
That designate the preaches j
Ero lens, of course, illil he siirmlso
He'd met a seraph in dljgtiiro
That cynoKurc of upturned eyei
The "gay and godley llccther."
UALTlUOllE LOOK HOSPITAL
Esr.uiLisitHi) as a nwuiiin-itoMcjuAi unity.
'Ihc Oiily Phuv. ivtcic a Cute can be
DU, JOHNSTON has discovered the mot Certain,
epeedy and "lily HIV clii.il Uuiint' in tliu World
tur nil private, Lli-eases, Weaklier of tliu Hack or
i.imtn, ftrleture-, Alli'Ctiiuis ol tliu Kidney and hlait
jr, Involuntary Uitt'lmrg'-s, Iinpiiteui y, (.enernl llr
nilily, Nervoiuuc, I , -j "y, Languor, l.nw Snirils
l.'iiiil'usloii of iika", Palpitation of the Heart, Timidity,
Trembling, Diiuni'si of Sight oj (Nddini's, Disease uf
Hie Ilea. I, Throat, Nose or shin, Ad'uctlnu of tliu Liver
liiiug'. Stnuiurli or llcuvils- thosu terrible Disorders
arising from the Solitary lljlutsuf Voiith -thoo nniar
mid solitary praitlces more Uital to their icliuis than
lllttingnt Syren to tha Miiiue of Uljsses, blight
ing their most liri liaut impus or uiiticipatiuiis, runner- ,
tiitf iii.irri.t ju, 4tc. inipossllile.
v o u n o si r, x I
Cup-dully, v, ho have become tbu jiittluis of Solitury 1
Vice, that dreadful and cli'fUui-llu; habit uhiili aunii-
till sweeps to an untimely grave thousand of Young
,Mi' n uf ttii! most exalted ,-ilciits and brilliant Intel led, '
tUiil might othi rMse liavu eiitruncd listening Senates 1
v. ith thu thiitiiUTS 01 eioiiieuicot waken in ecsiasy (tie
in in;' lyre, may end with lull confidence.
M A It it I A IS 13.
Murrl.il persons, or Young Men contemplating in!
riagc, Iieiim awaio of physical weakness, organic ilenliUi
ly.'duforiniliJS, & speeilily Hired.
lie who places hiiusell under the care of llr. Johnston,
in ly religiously coulido m his honor as a gentlemen, and
coiiiiJciitly r ly upon hi skill as a physician.
0 It iS A N I O W IJ A K .N 13 a U
imniediately cure 1 ami full Igor rei-tore.t.
This Distressing Mfeiiion w hkh nailers life mis
fralile mid imirri.me iinpusslhlt n Hie penalty paid hy
tli. victims of improper imlulgeneij,. Young per
sons are ton apt to i-onimit excess from not bring
uwaru of tliu ilriu.U'ul eous ''luenci that may eiiMie,
Now who that understands the inhjut will pro
(I'll I I" Ui'llV 1U.1I III ' jmi, ill ill iiii.ii;ain'ii i iuh hiiim , . , . - . ... ,
tiv thus.! fallingjutii improper habit- than by tlu prmlebt. ' "It i Oil IClly ll'O'.ll the KeptlbllCan rallies
i; sides h nig d. pm Ml hi th id.asnre of healthy otr- ,1,-, ,. ........ I..,,. i..,pl. p,.,,.,tl,,I 'Mln
springs, tlio ino-t serious and ile,triiLtivo symptoms to ",Jt l,1L UCC11 CICiaiUU. J. 110
i.th lei.iy au i iiaiis-. The -yst.i.u becomes ihrang- Democrats stay at homo to voto and cot
el l.l pll) -Hi ll U'l I lili'llt.ll tun. Hons wi ,'ll.elied, loss ' n. , . ,, , ... . . , .
of proeroiiiii" power, nenmis iriiubillly. Dyspi p-ia , OUlClid, while tllO IkCpubllCans go to flgllt
palpitation ut the hears, indige .m. eolij.lltutloli.',4 d- ' tj0 buttles of tllO OOUtltrv." PllUildeluhia
i.iiov. :i v,n-lni, ol t ie l r.lic. Loiizh. Lunsllmptlou, ' . .. J . I
ueca au I ileatli.
ofricu, no ; south nir.nuuit'K sthi:i:t
Left hand side going fioui !i.dtimor.! truet. u f.'w doors
fr.nulhi! turner, rail not looiisene name ami iniinoer.
I'tters lulist l,e p Ho a ii u eiMii.nu
Hut so It was j ai,J very wroth
Was ho, (of Holy U0ys the Urolh.)
ho "railroads underground"
1 oil know, cried 11. 1 won't enllft,
Aii.d here hu ut c hlinselfa twist
Iiisiilo a doorway, us he hissed:
"You know I won': you scoundrel 1"
Now why did llcecher. (pious ind!)
Hit thus unrighteously mad
At siiili a salutation t
No man (and this he ought to kuow)
Can dwell where lliu "good niggers go,"
In realms on high, If he is low
In I'rivalo conversation.
And now lliu President,' agreed
To free sonic months hence, Sambo's breed.
Why don't this pious tartar,
Who'ilocn (see llrownlow) long insane
With chroniu "nigger on Hi" brain."
Oo help to break his brudder's chain,
And ilgure as a martyr I
X. 3". Suiitlni Time
Fiomthc Lycoming Gazette.
Tho Republican Press aad the
THE REl'UiJI.IUANS ALL (JONi: TO WAU A.NJJ
TIIi: DI.JlOCItATS ALL AT HOME.
wh'uh wo mako tho extracts abovo,con tains
tlio official returns from all tho counties in
tho Stato except four. I3y turning to thcin
wo find that Bradford county gavo
For Cochran (Republican) 5.81U
" Slouker (Democrat) 1,761
Republican majority 4,00a 1 1
Pretty well done, considering tho ".fte
publicans were all fighting the battles ofUie
country and the Democrat all at home."
Next wo turn to Lancaster county, and
wo sco that it stand.
For Cochran (Republican) 11,4,71
' Slonkcr (Democrat) 0.032
Republican majority 4,939
About tho largest majority ever polled
in Lancaster county. If they ever cau roll
up such majorities when tho Republicans
aicall away fighting tho battles of tho
country, and tho Democrats aro all at homo
they liud better keep their frionds away.
Now let ua see how tho Republicans
havo fared in old Chostcr.with their friends
all away. Wo find that
Cochran (Republican) had 7,281
Slenker (Democrat) 4,870
counties, when, at tho samo time, tho Rc iVonnsylvania Election,
publican ''wcro away fighting thobattlcs of OPFWlJlL,r
their country." Perhaps tho editors of tho Tho following is tho official vote on tho
Philadelphia Bulletin and Press can satis- Stato tickot in nil tho counties received at
factorily explain theso returns, so as to ( tho Stato Department up to this timo f
reconcile tlicm with their assertions tnat
lur'- Diploma hung iu ills nlllcu.
A ill! 1L 13 W A III! A VI' I. I N
Evening Ihl'ct'n of 'Saturday last.
The f regoiug is a fair specimen of the
leading editorials in tho Republican papers
! of this State, wncc tbo crushing defeat of
the foui tficnth of October. Especially
r w O I) a y s
mi ucttij ax us s's o3i niaos.
la. jeiMiii'. i ., . ..... ,
Member of the Uu)nl Coll.ge of Surgeons, London, ; Have 1110 JVCUng JJUlCtin anU roriiey
lir.ldll.lt ' I'lmnone of 111 t eliiilli'lll Coll 'ges of thu r,,. , ... , ... . T,
I ... i i, ,1.-. ant th- L-rejIer n.nt of whose life has . 1 fCiS tCClUod With Suell publications. II
JiriSruV-'r'W facts stated were true, that Ihc great
.Mulshing c ires tu.u wrji-t. i iw.... ,
. nil ringing in th.' h.'.id and ears when usleeji. great
.uervousiles-,. being i.larine.l at sudden sounds, mid hai-lo
Hulness. w ith fr, 'pi. ot l,lul.ing. att"iided somi liiues with
i!er.iugement ol mind, were cured immediately
TAKt: 1' A II T I II I. A It NOTICE.
M A II It 1 A (1 V.,
Dr I addres',"s all those w ho h ivo inj ired tlunisi'lvi,
In nu'propei lailulg'-oee and olitary habils, whnhrii
jo In, Ui boil, and mill I. iinCliug H..MU lr either busi
rfiess. stii.lv, society or in.uriage.
'I'luse an oiii' ol in" Mui au.i in i'i ' "'? i" i"'
I'lulv liul.lt m oi o,im
Democratic party of the freo States were
uot iu favor of currying on the war and
suppressing (ho rebellion that they were
uiiwi ling voluiitarily tc join tho army and
to light then, indeed, might the South
exult iu tin prospect of ultimate aud spec
Jl'itliOhl the aid of Demicrais
.4 I I..
n.'iMn Nrno.i- Irrnl.imllty.-Ji -rant-em -at ill the Dig.'S
iivu l'ililctlo.ls,()--u 'Ml Djbilltj, sjniptum.of Lolisuinp
v...... i. ...i...
MIjN I AI.I.V. 1 lie , -.iiini iii"t.' " m" ,.'.. ''
jiojc Prc.iUr.nt Lincoln's a Iminixlralion
could continue the war against the South?
i"tob,Mir. a'iied, i.osoi' Mi uiory Coi.iiiutin orid.'as I jjct t10 south understand. a3 Republican
resfiou of the Spirit", lit il IHi ' bo. lings, AieiM.m ' I
,n .tv. seir-iistnist. lui'u "f -oiitudo, Timity, kt., editors inform them, that tliis is a Repub-
are soiini of th-' ev us proiiui.eu.
Thousands of persons f all ages can now judge what cnn war thai tllO Rnublicail8 "0 to Ii"llt,
iv the ciiise of th'ir declining health. Looniig tin lr ' . ...
vi -or b coming weak, pal.; and einacruei , having sin while t!lC Democrats leiliaill at llOinO.aud IS
fltihirupprarauc.tbeu'.tli.'ees, cough aud symptoms o '
rouMimption. , I it to be wondered at that tho South should
YOt'NO MEN. , , n.i... .e
Pray, jMossrs. editors of the Bidetin,
when did Chester over beforo give such a
majority as this against tho Democratic
Now let us look at Allegheny, tho Re
publican Gibraltar of the wot. We sco
by tho same paper that it stands
For Cochran (Republican) 12,323
" SJcnker (Democrat) 7,895
be jubilant aud confident of suce?ss ?
ir...i tii.tKelv.. hv a certain nMctlrc
,, .... ...... 'j " - , .. , - ... r,.
in ul-''d in w i 'ii tiiiine -a ii.iuii ni:'r" "" ' i itr i L i i .1 j ,i j
s'v Ii 1 coiiiP'iuimi.. or ut srhooi -the etreitsof whuiirc hat more could tuey ce-irc tliau a dm-
jii'.hiH tell , veil wh ol a.-ep. and if ii"l cured reudis , . 7 , . e . it
iuirri'ige !iiiii.-sihi... an i desuo,s both mind ami body, ded North to a.sure them of victory? Iu our
"vukToV opinion, the editor who gives publicity to
ml'pptK ctato.ne.it does more to injure tin polled!! What smashing work tho Re-
!c',uso of 11,0 Ul,ion' :uid t0 i,iJ aDd abet , publicans of Tioga and Potter might have
Republican majority 4,428.'!
What a pity tho ''Republicans wero all
away fighting tho battles of their country
aud the Democrats all at homo "
Lawrence eounty, too, is a Republican
stronghold in the west. Tho same paper
shows that it stands
For Cochran (Republican) 2,551
Slenker (Democrat) 1,050
Republican majority 1,001 11
Not a bad majority for a small couuty,
under ihc ducourao-iii" circumstances of
having the "Republicause away fighiing
the battles of their country and the Deiu.
ccrats all at homo ! !"
We next turn to Crawford county tnd
find that it stands
For Cochran (Republican) 5,000
Slenker (Domocra.t) 3,;38!)
Republican majority 1.417
About 000 more than it usually gives.
Now turn to our neighbors, Tioga and
Potter. Wo liud, upon examination, that
(Cochran. Uep. Sliiifcer. Deni.
Tioga 2,702 tjOO
Potter 1,103 32(i
they provo that tho Democrats aro disloyal,
and remained at homo to vote. To every
prejudiced mind, they establish tho truth
of a very different hypothesis. Let Re
publican radicals, everywhere, hoarken to
their adomiuation and bewaro ! They aro1 ,rl,'Rll'tu",jJ
tho handwriting upon tho wall, seen and ' .leaver'0"8
pcriecuy unucrstoou uy mo party in po lieiks
or. Tho Republican press by no subter
fuge can avoid tho deep significance of tho
glorious victory gained by the friends of
tho Constitution at the lato election. Let
those who havo tho control of public af
fairs profit by this lesson, and bow sub
missively to tho will of the people. Com.
ing eveuts aro but casting their shadows
before for, as sure as there is a God in
Heaven, to this complexion will it come at
last. It is tho part of wisdom to be fore-
Rut, the editors of tho Bulletin also say i Huntingdon
"that the returns do not ineludo the urnni Jeit'ersuu
vote." What is meant by that? Can it
be that while Democrats, relying upon tho
Constitution and the laws, us expounded
by our Supicnio Court, have refrained
from asking their fellow Democrats in the
army to cast their votes, thai, .-. base,
mousing, owling conspiracy has been con
cocted and set on foot secretly and clan
destinely to carry this election, by fraud
ulently aud illegally casting the vote of
the Republican portion of tho army only ?
Is that tho case ? Aro tho Constitution
and tho laws of the Stato about to bo utter
ly disregarded and trampled upon by
ihoso in power If so, wa have but to say :
Lur. them tuv it ! ! If they think they
cau thus place their foot upon oi
the necks of the people, they will find
their mistake when it may be loo lute, lj
they how the wvulkl them beware of the
Total 2,695 1132
Republican majority in Tioga and Pot
tor counties 2,703 ! ! out of 5,000 votes
relied thai a sound mind and body are the most ne
i 's-ary renuif ilies tn i-io-imte cuiunWat Lappine..
Indeed, without the.e the Jo'inie, through lite li.'ioiiies
a weary pilgrimage, liio jinn-peit houil. d.iikens to
,.he low; the mind b 'comes shadowed Willi despair &
lilL'd with the mel'iucUolv rntl.'ition.that the happ;uess
,01' another become, bliglted with our own.
1) 1 S 13 A S 13 O 1' I 1' " O " N
When theiuiii."iiil'!d nod imprudent olary ol pleasure
flails he h is imbibed th" seeds of this painful dieea.e, it
too olleii haiipi-iis tp.it an ill timed en-o ol shame or
dread of discovery, deters l.im Iroui .applying to those
who from education and respei tabilit) can alone belricud
ill. ii, delaying till the con-tituDounl synirtoius ol t his
Imrri I disea.o makes llwirappc.iiauce, nich as lilt-elated
turethro.it, diseased ntue, nocttii mil. pains iu thobead
,.iu I limbs, dimness ol'sijht. d oifiiess, nodes on the shin
hones, an I iirms, blotih-'s on the head, face and extrenie,
lies. progres.lug with rapidity.till at last the palalu ot
tin mouth mid hones of thu noselall in. and tho iictim of
Ithis tlesease become, u horrid object ol l oniinisseratioa
rfill death puts a pi'riod to hi dreadlal sufferings, by sen
ding li i in to --tlt.it bourne from whencu no traveler ru-
""'? a iHtlanrliclij furl that thousands fall victims lo
.his terrible disease, owing to the iitidkillltillii'iss o,r,ig
Cior.iul pr 'tenders, whu, by thu use ot that licatlti jvi
.ea. Mcrninj rum 111 i coii.tiiulioii and make the rusl
,Jas of life unseiable ,,
r T II A N (1 E H 8
Trust not your liv. s, or lie.,llh. lo th" caro ol" the ma
,.iy Cii.enrnuil and Worthless I'reteiiders. deslitutu of
Muuwledga, name or i liaraiter.whocopy llr. JonnMim s
..tdvurtlseineiits, or style lheniseles, in ititi iiiiw spiipers,
.-egulariy Edicntetl I'hysiclaus incapable o i iiriiig.t h ey
,.i..ep oil inning uioiitii alter immti taking Uiqir iml.y
via 1 noisoiiiis coiuponnds. or as long as thu suiallesl ret)
-an he ohl.iln "I. uud in despair, leave you with mied
l.i alth to sigh over your ga.llmg disapnointiuent.
Dr Jiihiison is the t.ply Physician ailvurUl"B'
Ills credential or diplomas nlwnys hung in It Uu llco.
His linn idles or treatment are unknown toall others,
.preii.ir.-tl Iroin a life .pent ill tho great ho.pitaU of Lu
ropii, ih llr.t in tlu eoautiy ami u noire extensive Pn
Klt J'racirs Ihan am other -"n.f Ur
1NDOIIS13.MENT U F Till. rilLbrf.
Tho many thou.ands cured at this lustitullon year nf--r
year, and the numerous important Silrgicut "P' r.
tuns peiformed hy Dr. Jolnislon, witnes-ed by t u r .
port, rs of tho "i-uu, .'Iliiper." uml mall) t lw am s
notices of which have appeared again and ngnin bloru
the liublie. besides his sumting as u gelilleinen ul ell. r
nt ier and responsibility, la u surticient gnainnteo AO tlio
SKIN DIHEASIIS SPEEDILY CUltEl).
I'ersous writing slioul.-l be particular in dirrcling their
li-lturs tohls Iiislitullon, nialio f'l!(i,!j51!,i!",l,,',ri:,
JOHN .M. JUIINnTON, SI. D.
Oftlu! Ilaltiinnro Loik llo,i4tal. lUtlinore, Alarj and.
Jan IS, JWW. (.Mnrcli 17, I'bU.
TINWARE & STOVE SHOP.
rpili: iinderilgned respectfully Informs his "ijl-f''""
1 uml ciistoiuers. Il.ul hn Ltu. piirihased hi I'' l'1' '
interest ill tho ubnvu establishment, mid tlm roncurii wils
h rcali t hu . ondiicted by himself exclusively.
K He has just recc.M'd ni.d oilers for sa lo, the targ
9i t ,,..,, ..- i.iii.li , nssortiueul ol 1 A .N U
BTO V E ri over iiiroiluced.iuto this market.
3fl stock cnpslsW of A i imip etu a.sortinent or
Imh-st (looking mid parlor sttnesaitllie niarke , tii.tl i.
.r with Slnvo nuur. .,f everj t esctiptl ui, (He ii and
lloxriloves, Itadhuors, CyllinUr tloves, i jt r n Air
Vislit .lovu., Ciiiunii Stoves, fcc -c. bt i u.' I !" tl
Tinware i-niistantlv mi hand ai.d nmiinlact'ired iu iir nr.
MI kinds of repairing doite, us Usual, on f Imft IP
'111 . latriutago ur old frionds and new iu i
V tttrmiy jutltcltntt. , "' KV'S-111'
,jojui,hari', .Nuv ml);r 3J 100. tf.
.the cueiuy, than Jeff. Davis te able to do ; done if they had not been "away fighting
with all tho cannon ut his disposal.
Rut, arc the facts stated true ? Havo
Democrats remained at home while Re
publicans went to fight? Wo might ap
peal to tho personal knowledge of every i hlin shows that they staud thus :
the battles of the country and Abo Demo
crats all at home.''
Wc next call attention to Somerset, In
diana, Susquehanna and Erie. Tho Bui-
Who Pioneeued the Reisi ls Into
Pennsylvania ? In conversation with a
gentleman yesterday morning, (who had
just arrived from Adams couuty, and who
is a respectable physician in Gettysburg,)
he informed us and a largo crowd at the
railroad depot, tho Rebels were conducted
into Franklin couuty by "three Rrcckin
ridge Democrats," named Wilson, Logan,
and Simcs. lie asserted that theso trai
tors knew every by-road, cow-path and
private lane in Franklin county aud it was
to them that tho rebels wcro indebted for
their success in reaching Chambersbutg.
Comment on this horrible development is
useless. llurrisburg Telegraph,
Wo know nothing about Logan aud
Siines, but Wilsou we do kuow. lie is a
native of this county, and was an active
auvocatcot tlio election ot Lincoln, anu a
prominent Wido Awake. IIu never voted
a Democratic ticket iu his life.
man who reads this paper to the Demo
cratic fathers ana brothers and to the
firesides mado desolate, iu every towuship
in tho North, for a full, an ample, and au
overwhelming contradiction of the vilo
slander. Democrats, while .they bclievo
that this war could and should have been
avoided, are as one man in favor of sus-
Cothrnn, Hep. Slenkrj Dom.
Mi III iu
sua. liiK L.
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s,7 1 a
33.aj:ii ao, ut
I . as-
4 S5n 10,41 1
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7 2 -.M
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2P.1, 101 313,010 2ld,fc0e
3.',3fll) 30, IK)
(iotlcj's Lady's Rook For 1803.
Great Literary and Pictorial l'carl
Coining to His Senses. J
Col. Frank Blair, of Missouri, has at,
list come to his senses, He has all along The publisher of Godcy 'a Lady's Book,
been tho acknowledged leader of tho abo- thankful to that public which Jjas enabled
lition party and champion of all who op- W to publish a magaziuo for tho lst
posed conservatism. He is a candidate thirty-thrco years of a larger circulation
' , ' , , , , than any m America, has made an arran-
fur re-election to Congress, nnd has issued goment ,yith t,(Q moit popuiar antHoresg in
an address to tho citizens of St. Louis, in thU country Marion llarland, Authoress
which ho boldly charges John 0. Fremont of "Alono," "Hidden Path," "Moss Side,"
with having intended to "overthrow tho I "Nemesis," aud Miriam," yrho will furnish
cm-nrnMinnt. nnd In mnfca himself militarv 6l?r? ,0.r-.Mvl:r...u.um.ucr Pi JHQ Jjaay-f
dictator." Col. Rlair says that if his
Rook for 1803. This alouc will place tho
Lady's Rook in a liUrary point of view far
(Fremont's) ability 4 been equal to his alicad of any other magazine. Marioty
ambition and treason, ho would tfoubtlca3
havo accomplished his infamous design.
He dcuounces iho abolitiouuts as privy to
tho designs of Fremont and favoring him
in his intentions. He declares himself op
posed to revolutionists of every hue. He
j denounces the policy that would arm flie
negroes aud prclaims himself a thorough
When it is remembered that Col. Rlair
is the brother of tho Postmaster General
and has heretofore been iu all the secrets
of State, wc arc startled at the charge he
brings agaiust Fremont aud his fricuds,
for we are compelled to believe it to bo
truo. We are confirmed in that belief
when wo remember his sudden removal
from thr command of the Army of the west.
We never did believe tho cause of his re?
moval was his extravagance and embezzle.
llarland writts for uo other publication.
Our other favorite writers will all continue
to furnish articles throughout the year.
The best Lady's Magazine in the World,
and tho Cheapest. Tho Literature is of
that kind that can he read aloud iu the fam
ily circle, aud the clergy in immense num
bers are subscribers for the Rook.
The Music is all original, and would
fost 25 cents (tho price of tho Rook) in tho
musio sforcs; but most qf it is copyrighted,
and .cannot bo obtained except in"Godey,"
Our Steel Frl,gravnS3, All efforts to
rival us iu this have ceasod, and wo now
stand alono iu this department, giving as.
wo do, many more aud infinitely butter
cugraviugs thau are published in any other
Godoy's immense double theet fashion
plates containig"frqm five to seven fall
length Colored Fashions on caph plrto.
Other magazines give only two. Fur ahead
of any Fanhians in EurP0 or America.
Godcy s is the pnly work in flic world that
incut of public money, for re have ffU- gives these immense plates, aud they aro
uessod others vio stolo thousands to his
hundreds, who are cither still iu office or
such as to havo excited the wonder of pub
jjshers aud the public. The publication of
ttiesc plates cost 1510,1)00 Jlorc han lash
removed from one to another affording j ion plates of the old style, and n.othii g but
better facilities for stealing and hiding. our wonderfully large circulation cualki.
n,n r-nmnnllml to beliuvo Col. Ulair's I us t0 Siv0 thuln' 0lLcr '"agnziups cannot
,- I,., i . , j afford it. Wo never spare money when
iiv., ...... ... c DUU 1C can
Greeley's IIeason ron the Defeat
or thi: Radicals in Pennsylvania.
Poor Greeley declares hat their party was
defeated iu Pennsylvania from the fact that
a majori'y of those gone to tho war were
republicans. This is uot the case, as a
glauco atthe following vote of Philadelphia
conclusively shows that ibe loss of both
parties js about equal :
I- 1800. ,
, 1802 ,
Republican majority in the four couu
tics named, 5,508. How much larger it
' ... would have been if the Republicans had
taming tke constitution aud .tho laws. j .. ,. . . , .
m.:i ...i o c.Mi.nni 1 t been "away fighting tho battles of their
L , . , t . , ,. , , . . 1 country rind tho Democrats all at home,"
party, having but a singlo fanatical objcot , J
: . , , .. . . wo cavo our readers to conjecture Ly
!n raw onil wnrnrwl tlimr finiltltrvmon " r J
. , , ..., way of recapitulation, wo give iho majori-
agaiust ho dangers of such an experiment J1 ' Vlt P
, , , ,, , , T. i ties for the Republican candidate for Au-
they nevertheless recogiuzo Abraham Lin- " a "
i n . f .1 ii.,:. ,i (i,o d tor General iu tho counties referred to
coin as President of the United states, , . -i ,
e ., to show, at a glanoo, how terribly hie
choseu, accordiug,to tho iorms of tho con- . . '. . , J.
... ' , . , . ... OIi ,i, , Republicans suffered in their strongholds
at (iitmn. nnd In flint finnstltution anil tUO i r .
laws they cro loyal Let ui test their
at tho late election, by being "away fight-
r. .. J . ;;, . inf tho battles of their country, while tho
loyalty by tlio .toucustone nnpo&iuu m uy .--o . . ,: . ,
.!(.... 'in., Tl.ov Democrats remained at homo." Cochran's
inu imjiuuiiwiiu c-,itui5 iuvwjw,vw --v
say that thsy lost tho lato election because
"tho Republicans had gone to fight the
battles oi' tho country." Let us sco Low
tho mutter ttands. Of courso the couu
,tios gi.ving tho largest Republican majori
ties heretofore, will bo tlioso which have
furnished most men and will bo most afl'oo
ted. How stands thu result then in
Rradford, Tioga, Potter Chester, Lancas
ter, Lawrence, Indiana, Crawford, Alio
ghouy, lino, Somersot aud Susquehanna
counties ? All know that ,thosu couutios
form the back bouo of tlio Uopublicaiparty
in Pcuusylvaniu, aud if tho Republicans
wcro in tho war, of courso they wero car
ried by tlio democrats. Let ui cxamiuo
for a moment. Tho samo Bulcliii from
Tioga und Pottor
Somerset, Indiana, SusquchnU'
jiii aud Erio
A LlITlIEltAN MlNISTEIl UlIAl'.QED
avith Treason. Rev. I J. Stinc, a Lu
theran clergyman, though without any
regular station, was arrested last wcok by
the United States Marshall and lodged in
Fort Delaware upon the charge of treason
Stine it appsars some timo ago offered his
services to Gov. Curtin as a scout, and on
accouut of his familiarity with tho border
counties of .this .State, as well as tho north
cm portion of Maryland and Virginia,
was accepted. While acting in this capa
city, it is alleged, upon stroug ovidenco
that ho betrayed Capt. Palmer of tho An
derson Troop, into tho hands of the enemy.
Ho also piloted Stuart's rebel cavalry into
Chambeisburg upon tho occasion of their
recent raid aud remained with them while
in tho town. lie was arrested iu Perry
couuty, this Stato, wh,ilo on a visit to his
Greeley will havo to try another dodgo c
before lio succeeds in proviug that (ho de
feat iu Pennsylvania is anything cUe than
a repudiation of the radicals aud their in
him from fear. Rut is it not an outrage
upon the people to reappoint such a mau
to a hihg and responsible position afford
ing him another opportunity to carry out
his traitorous designs upon the government?
Instead of high military command give
him rope. Ft, Wayne 'Jhncs Union.
CONTniBUTIONS TO TIfE Army. The
Columbia Democrat, of Dloomsburg, men
tiont tho circumstance of Mr. Peter .Ent,
of Columbia County, having four sons iu
the Union Army. This is doing well, tru
ly, but Mr. Wesley Shacnou, of t.hic place
rather leads him yet having four so ns,
Robert M.,Samuol, John, aud William and
John Watson, his soa-iu-law, in ihc ranks
and thinks it quite probable that a fifth
son, residing iu Illinois, has gone. We
tru-t that God's blessing may rest upon
them all and that they may be shielded by
his omnipotent hand, aud permitted to re
turn, an was the desire of tho sons of Ja
cob, from Enjypt, to bless their parcuts in
old ago. Pi'ls'on Gazttle.
CSif Robert Coleman, piopiietor of tjic
Cornwcll Furnace, Luzerne County, was
drifted. One of his workmen volunteer
ed as his substitute, and received 83000,
with the guarantee from Mr. Coleman
that, in the absence ol tho substitute, his
family was to receive a sum each week
equal to thst which hu earned as a labor-
r. iu autiiiion to tins sum, xur. uuiu-
Resistino the Dkaet in Ohio. We
art. informed that at Buoyrus in Crawford
the public can bo benefited.
These fashions tuny boruliodon. Drua
scs may be inado after them, aud tho
wearer will not subject hoitclf to lidiculu
as would be tho case if she visited tho
large cities dressed after tho style of thu
plates givcu iu some of our so called tit.-Is -ion
Our wood Engrauings, of which wc givo
twico or three times as many as any other
magazine, are ofton mistaken for steel.
'They arc so far superior to any .c.thtrs.
Imitation. Bewaro of them. Remem
ber that the Lady's Ropk is tho origins
publication and the cheapest. If you taki
Godcy, you want no other magazine.
Everything that is uscfu'l or ornamental
in a house cau be found in Godcy.
Drawing lessons. No other magaziuo
gives them, and wchavo given enough tc
fill several largo volumes.
Our reeeiepts are such as can be found
nowhere else. Cooking in all its variety
Confectionery the Nursery ".he Toilcsc
tho Lauudry the Kitchen. Receipts;
upon all subjects arc to bs found in u&
pages ol tlie Jjady s Uoolr. v. c originally
started this depaitmeiit, and have peculiar
facilities tor making it most pcrtect. This
department alone is worth the price of tho
Ladles work table. This department
comprises engravings pnd description of
every ariiclo that a lady wears.
Model Cgttages. No other magazine
has .this department.
Turn's, Cash in Advance. One copy
ono year, S3. Two copies one year, 85.
Three copies one year, 80. Fourcopus.
one year, 7 Jmvc copies one year, and
mau stipulated, to pay to tlic wile ot tlio i an cxtra L.opy t0 tj,c persou peudiuc thtj
man lhus acting as a substitute, the sura club, 810. Fight copies ono year, and an.
of 83CO0,iu case ho shoujd be killed in 'extra copy to iho person sending the club,
battle, or die by any of the diseases inci
.rjcn.tto the camp.
Mns. Lincoln's Sisteus. On Monday
last we obsreved three beautiful ladies
county, Ohio, the most intense excitement! j. ng Whitehall httect, and were
Sllll Uilsll, glutting uu, vi
to havo been most outrageous swindle in
810. Eleven copies one yoar, aud an extra,
copy to tho person senddiog tho club, SJ0.
Aud the only magazino that can be in
troduced into tho abpvc clubs ia pla-: sjf
tho Lady's Book is Arthur's Homo Magazine.
Special Clubbing with other Magazines.
informed .that ,two of them wero sisters of j Godey's Jjady'p Book and Arthur s Homo
vr-a p.nahinni A Ln T.inisnln Tlmlarlios Magazine both oneyear for 53 50. Godey'i
Hints t,o the Dkai'ted. . Remem
ber that iu a campaign moro men dio from
sickness than by tho bullet.
2. Lino your blankets with ono thick
ness of brown drilliug. This adds but
four ounces in weight, aud doubles tho
3. Buy a small India rubber blaukct to
lay on tho grouud, or throw oyer your
shoulders when on guard duty during u
j 4. Let your beard grow, so as to pro.
I tcct the throat aud luugs, aud keep your
' cntiio persons clean.
Majority ,iu twclvo Republican counties
making tho draft in that county.
In Jackson township our informant says
ninety-six men wcro to bo drafted, and
that while moro than two thirds of tho
population woro republicans, only four.teen
' ' ' ., . 1...!
worocrawn.iue remainder not stranco thatsho is so much
crats. In Bucyrus it seems .to have neou ; v.Tni,na
still worse, and many or all .the prominent Atlanta (.) Confederacy.
.citizens including ouio of the more honest ( ......
republicans havo determined to resist to j gy-Nicholas Biddlo's partner, Biron
i n I T . T 1
' ,H it a Zrsr l n Mel Hn tsnnt n,ininnA Ka-U
wo saw, wo aro pleased to know, aro see- ' f . . i?arnet ,ni
y : " . i '
ond to none iu patriotio devotion to the
South. They rcsido in Selma, Alabama.
If old Abo's wifo is half as handsome us
her fair sisters of the sunny So.uth, it is i
a 1- r.4. n -. rt tlinf ,n c en mtjinil -1 f 1 111 I ri 1 1 '
address L, A. GODEY.
323 Chestuut Strce.t Philadojlphia, Pa
Arthur will all three be sent ono vcar ou
rccecipt of 80 00.
Treasury Notes and Notc.3 of all s !veuo
banks taken at par.
T2rt nn4ii1 si l 1 riat (Jin nAntinc s r-l tm
iflmirpd i . v ""'"f1 auv l'uJ "1U I,.VvuB'- v"' J"u-
rlm vnrv 1:131 . A lCW UftVS UilO J UUgO
Hall, lato member of Congress, was so
siretely arreted and cpnveyed to camp
Massilion. Thu next day tho Provost
Marshal arrested auothor man, and asked
tho Sheriff to rcccivcjiim iu jail, but ho
refused and tho citizens compelled him to
releaso him. Siuco that time we havo
been informed that tho peoplo havo deter
mined that uo moro arrests will bo per
mitted. Where this matter will end God only
knows.. Wayne Times J- Union.
ifjrGcu. McCall lias beon officially in
Steinbcrger, died at St. Louis on ,tho 14th
ult., in reduced circumstances. With Bid-
iSf Ancient caves, jusi .discover.;! j'
accident in Franco, are thus deter Ird .
At Vcrrnireros, hor.e are great numr. s
! fprmcd thut ho has uot been relieved of his ym Wallace, of Clearfield.
An Examining Suuoeon DisoiiAUoi'.P' comniaiid, nor has such a measure been Rowe. (tho rdnegado,) Speaker of the
wi fs . ,r.mnt pnnlfl linen1 Su f L-eoii W Intel v , ot 11 aiTisburc was coiitemnlated, niter ins exeiiango 110 nau rst llouio ol Representatives ot this stato,
boliovcd if .they had not been informed , sumtnarily disaliarged from Iho svico on leave of absonce on accouut of his licalth. js bpatcu in n stro.ng llopubhean distriot.
bv the saniont editors of Republican pa-1 Weduesdsy, by Surgeon Qcuoral King, What wi 1 Forney say to this, who.h.is been 1 - - -
ners ISh "ro I helm ng n, jod y for receiving money from drifted meu in denouncing Gen. MoOall as a tratpr, be-1 The comple o vote for Secretary of
'Sha consideration of furnishing , hem with cor- ' cause ho dared to run as a Democrat State at the late .eel... , .Oh,o, hoB a
can Bta o t co ia twelve Republic p Ulicato. of inability to serve as soldiers. candidate for Congress iu Pcuasylvanu ' democratic majority of 5,500.
dlo ho once divided thrco millions ofdol- of deep funnel shaped cavities, ci'n.
lars iu a cotton speculation, lie used to 'bnnmes," S91110 ?f which have ucvu. b-.. r.
givo diuners which cost 510,000. Finally, 'thoroughly epplprcd. La-t niuutl., ?,
however, ho took to speculating, lostmon-1 Lavaur, statiou master at Verriiircr3. u
cy, began to drink, and at last "threw up tormiucd to sco what thoy contaiticu a..ti,
his hand," poor and friendless. , accompanied by two friends ar.cl ,'...;wlu..
- with ropo and torches, went iawa or - of
Gouw, tho Abolition Spcakor of the theso ''baums," about fifty feet utin-'.-prescnt
Cpngrcss, is defeated by an over- dicular depth, and at the bctwia n
whelming majority. open passage presenting a gentle u- ut,
Hall, ,tho abolitiou Speaker of tho whioh thoy proceeded to examine, i-"
Stato Sepato at tho last sossiou, is hand-1 i,a(j not advanced far when thry fuud 5,
pomely V'oaten by that sturdy Democrat, Jquautjty of bones of various animu! .,
among them thu skulls of two
antlers of enormous size. Thit a.ajj.y
will doubtless lead to a ra'outt tv-'.acs-tion
of all tho "baumcs" iu tl u ...iutr
hood. tOf Physi. al labor roliows . iiij
mental happiness of tho poor.