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HDITBD BY LEVI L. DATB, rnONUCTOrt
SATURDAY, WAY 9, 1803.
tflr'CMNO TO TUB CONSTITUTION, AS THE
BltlPWRECKEIt MAUINt'iR 01.INOH TO THE LAST
PLANK, WHEN NIGHT AND TIIIJTCMl'lHT CLOSE
AROU.IO IIIM."-2irf mbittr.
PURPOSES OP THE WAR f
CUNOAet, BT A VT NEARLY UNAS1MOI', IMI'ID Tilt
roi.Unvi)ra risiourrio., wmcn Kirmefr.. tub volte or
the Nation akd.ii tiietrcic irAtiDARu or loyalty :
'Tliirt tlio fitment i!plornbto civil war lin hecn
Sfi1 'L0.11 11,0 C01,n'y y tli ill'iiilnnlt of tke
Poutni'rii Stato-, now In nrm iijMi.pI the lmtltutlonal
i.ovrrniHcnt. nml In nrm- nrnimil the CapMnl t Hint in
hi National emergency, Cmigrc-ia, banl-hliiR nil foci.
n of iu?ro pnl(m or rcnontinaiit. WI rwolioct only
H duty to tlia whole country j (Aot thu war it vtt uagtd
on Ihtir part in any $p,rit qf opprtsthn.or fcr any pur
H i 7 r inbjngntion orpurposeof occrthrotclng
,i ""Sf''K " ulMithed institutions
liost stitts.Jut to dffin.1 and maintain the tupremtcy
"J O""" lytUn, ani U prtst rut the Union, vil thellf
"'"V. ""J right, cftht entral State, unhipalrcd;
" '",1 Uf" V"" nrt ""nptUhed the tear
SWa shall next week give a good
loiter from Philadelphia.
SWSAMUKt Wniairr. Esq., offora the
"Golnmbia tyr," for ealc.
S&rWo nro compelled this week-, for
want of space, to omit complimenting the
abolition Editor of tho Itopublican.
J"" M ME. Dcmorcst's Mirror of Fash
ions has been received. It is a superb
work for Ladies. See prospectus in this
SST Tho Mcllvillo Troupe, performed
in UJoomsburg, last Thursday evening, to
general satisfaction. It is said the per
formance was excellent. Tho singing was
A thorl Court. Tho business of the
paat week's Court, was very light, most of
the casofl having been postponed until the
Walnut Hotel, Light Street, Ph. Mr.
J, D. Rice, who succeeds Mr. Schug, at
tho above place, is quite a gentleman and
keeps aa oxcellent House, lie is a sound
Domocrat ti5 ofeoursc & loyal citizen.
Our friends should not forget to remember
him on visiting Light Street.
Wc are in receipt of n great number of
letters from the Army, alid throre aro no
-class of men in tho world, for whom
.than our bravo soldiers, it would afford
us greater pleasure to print, were it not
'that they nro almost without an exception
too prosy. Friends, dont bo too long
winded. Remember, "brevity is the spice
tl life, and gives it all its flavor."'
Christian J. Ash, of Fishingcrcek, a
most worthy loyal young man, writes us
&a intcrestinglittcr, but too long for pub
lication. H, P. White-nan, of the Array at Suf
folk, also wants a hearing. Many others
aro boforc us and some may soon receive
Public School Convention
In pursuanco ofpublio notico, given by
tho County Superintendent of Common
Schools of Columbia County, tho School
Directors of said County mctin convention
in tho Court House, at Bloomsburg, on
Monday, the 4th day of May, A, D. 18G3,
at 1, o'clock, P. M., for tho purposo of
electing a County Superintendent of Com
mon Schools for said Couaty. On mo
tion. Hon. John McRkynolds, of Hemlock
rtwp., was elected President of said con
vention and Samuel Everett, of Orange
Secretary, and William Goodman, of Lo
cust, Assistant Secretary. j
0 suction of Hon. Peter Ent,itwasi
agreed that tho Seeretary call over tho j
names of all the Districts in said County
alphabetically and also tho names of the
Dircetrs of said District', respectively as
ithey occur. On calling over tho lis t i
H& answered to their names.
On motion of Mr. Ent, it was agreed 1
candidates for County Superintendent'
Peter Ent nominstcd Charles G. Iiarkley,
of BloomBburg, and Samuel Uogart, nomi-
.natod, John B. Patton,of .Millville. John j
B. Patton declined being a candidate whon j
Mr. Patton's namo was withdrawn. On
motion of Peter Ent tho nominations for I
County Superintendent closed. On mo '
tion the convention procoodod to voto for
County Suporiiitendont, viva vo:e whoro-
upon, Chaiu.ks.G. Barkley, received 82
votes and John D. Patton, received one
CHARLES G. BARKLEY, having a
majority of all tho votes of tho Directors
present, was declared duly elected County
Superintendent for tho term of thrco years
On motion, of Androw Froas,Esq. it was
agreed that the salary of tho Superinten
dent bo six hundored dollars (8(500 0 0) per
On motion of Peter Ent tho convention
adjourned, sine die.
Attest, John MoReynolds,
Samuel Eyerctt, President,
It must Como to Blows. . Tim Next CoiigrcHS. !
Tho poor driveling oowardly Hessian of( Much interest exists in tho public mind
tho Harrisburg Telegraph, who recently relative to tho political complexion of the
proposed hanging Gov. Uiglor, now says: ncxtllouso of representatives. It U clear-
"It must como to blows between tho y manliest that a very largo majority of
loyal mon of tho freo States and tho traitors, tho people of iho loyal section of the
&c mcaniug thatthcro must bo civil war Union aro carefully watching and anxious
hero In tho fico North botweon tho Aboli ly hoping that tho body may be so politi
tionists and tho Democrats and tho Tctc ' cally constituted as to bo enabled to thwart
graph adds : '' Thai timd is here now and ' tho purpose, emanating from many high in
the blotto are now to be struck." And all authority, to tramplu down all coustitu
this tho horrors of civil war, with all its tional rights, and disregard tho privil
inevitable atrocities istotakcplaco'now.'egcs and liberties of tho people.
The poor suoaking, cowardly abolition Elections having bcou held iu nearly all
whelp, Let him stop his revolutionary tho States which will bo represented in
twaddlo and hazzard his llossian hide by J the body, wc annex a carefully prepared
"striking tho blow," if he wants it struck, 'table, which will go far towards elucida-
Thc democratic party havo patiently borne
two years of insult and slander by bribing j
plundering villains of tho Hessian stripe
They have only asked their constitutional
rights, and it is time that such cow
ardly bragarts and fools should know that
they spit upon mock and defy their at
tempted usurpation. Let him bristle up
and strike, thcro aro enough Shanghai
lloostcrs in Iin own city to drive all such
foolhardy cowards and boasters in disgraco
from thu field.
A'orlhumberlund Co. Democrat
Ruthless Pkosorhtion. Tho fact
that tho Deniocratio party of every loyal
Stato havo presented an unbroken phalanx
to aid in maintaining the national unity,
has not served to 9tcm tho tide of persecu
tion and proscription whioh set in so boldly
on tho advent of tho existing Administra
tion. Tho great greed anil hunger of the
Abolitionists for plaeo and polf inaugurated
such a universal system of proscription as
extended it even to the army.
Democrats occupying civil positions,
recognising tho principles that to the "uic
tors belongs, the spoils' '' were resigned to
their fate. It, however, never entered in
to the imagination that officers occupying
prominent army positions, and signalizing
their efforts by deeds of heroic daring aud
decisive results, should fall under tho ban
of political proscription. Such outrages,
however, havo been perpetrated in the
past, and aro daily repeated.
BST" It is sincerely to be regretted that
the head of the Internal Revenue Depart
ment has seen fit to publifli a correspon
dence foe has had with General Scott
touching the tax upon tho latter s military
ncome i lie law unuer wlncU (jneneral
Scott was retired provided that it should
bo done "without reduction in his current
pay, subsistence, aud ''allowance," hence
he very naturally objected to assessment
levied upon his iccouie by tho new tax law.
ft seems his annual income amounts to
S13,70G,80, and his tax for tho short
month of Fobuary was 30 50. Of course
thc general is too much of a patriot to
dcolino paying any legal assessment, but
he did not deem this such an ono and
honcc demurred. Tho demand for pay.
mcnt, tho correspondence, tho decision iu
face of thc remonstrance, and the final
publication of General Scott's letter, all go
to show that this is a deliberate attempt
to annoy thc old hero and injuro him in
thc pulic estimation. At thc very worst,
it was a privato matter and should never
havo seen thc light. This is a small busi
ness in whatever way it may bo rgarded.
Tin: Nini: Months' Me.v. Tho main
object of tho recent visit of Governor Cur
tin to the army of the Potomac, wo arc
informed, was for thc purposo of promo
ting the success of thc re-enlistment of
those whoso terms will expire in a few
wecki. In this, tho information is, that
he has becn highly successful ; and it is
bclived that at least two thirds of thc nine
mouths' men will re-enlist, after thoy have
had a month's lcisuro and recreation at
heme. All who re-enlist will rceeivo tho
full bounties, and their number will go to
make up our quota of the new call that will
bo matlo under the Conscript law.
ce?Tho Editor of the Republican, aud
some of tho other small lights of the opo
sition, affect to bo highly gratified at thc
result of thc recent election iu Connecticut.
Lait yoar tho Democrats had forty six
mombors in tho lower houso of tho Legis
lature ; this year wo have ninety eight a
clear gain ofjifty two. Last year wo did
not havo a singlo member of tho Stato
Senate; this year wo havo nine. Last
year tho Abolition candidato for Governor
had 0,148 majority; this year ho has
2,000 a loss of nearly seven thoitsaad.
Docs this look liko a result gratifying to
tho Abolitionists I Put probably their
gratification arises from the fact that thoy
were not entirely defeated.
Tut! Two Years and Nine Months
Men. Tho Public Ledger of this morn
ing tays : The two years Now York
troops whose torra of scrvico has expired,
comprise thirty eight regiments, but on
ly includo about li,000 men, so that the
actual loss to tho army by tho withdrawl
of theso regiments aro not very largo.-
Hooker has still a much larger forco than
McCleHaii had in his inarch against Itioh-
mond. Ten regiments of the nine mouths
men from this Stato aro also to bo paid
off and mustered out of tho Bcrvicc.
What moans tho Govcrnmont has taken to
supply theso losses in tho army wo know
not, but prcsumo tho subject has boon ono
which lias occupied its attention, aud
wotvsurea taken to provido for it.
ting tho political aspect of Congress
i,.y ft, ihin.i,- op,
fj . 0
The vancancy in Mis
souri will bo filled by a
Democrat, according to
all advices 0
Thcro aro yet to bo
cboicn 2a members, in
Kentucky .Maryland Ver
mont, West Virginia and
California. Wo estimate
that the result will bo us
West A'irginia. I
Tliii would divdo tho House ns follows:
Aboliltou aud Republican 88
All others M
Democratic and Conservative inajoiity 5
Should Maryland atsd Kentucky, in ac
cordance with tho known scntiuruta of
their people, send an undivided auti-Abob
itfou representation, then thc majority
tho republican-Abolition party
would bo increased to cgh'. Mr. Marvin
war Democrat from thc Saratoga dis rict
of New Yor, was elected as an Iudcpcn-1
dent, in opposition to tho Uepublic an
nominee, aud will co operate with his party
in opposition to Abolitiot.isni.
Wc have made a vcrry liberal allow
ancc of ltepubliean strength from the State
of Missouri. Whilst we concede five to that
party, Missourians: acquainted with the!
parties, arc satisfied that t xo of those five
may bo relied upon to co-operate against
thc general principles of the Abolition
A Big Scaro Iu Berks.
The abolitionists havo hud a great scare
over a "marcs nesr, in a barn in old most torriDo conflict and brilliant act 0l j
Borks. It appears that a lot of farmers, ,ho pnrt ofIIookcr and his old corps thatj
wiping to test tho constitutionality of the lhcy Ilavc cvcr vvitncsscti.
conscription, and desiring to procure funds , i)y0ry corps las suffered more or less, j
to fee lawyers for that purpose, met iu a hut it is difficult to get names. Wc entj
barn, in which an abolitionist had con 1 you tuoi0 0f all who havo reached Wash
healed himself. He was hid in the straw, ingtou.
so that no one could find or see him and. The country whore Hooker is now op-1
there he heard and nw evervbodv else.
He heard something like "reduction" or
"abduction" or "seduction." -and was
mucii alrrmed lest something of tho kiud courses. Tho so-much-talkcd-of plank Bud uobl13 I'cunsylvanians, who stand , WANTED I.MUDLVJ'ELY.
was dcai nod upon the person of tho Pre-' road is an old one, out of repair, so far j ready to defend tho Constitution of tho OOP Cords of Park, wanted by thn under
sident. Over this thc republicans have as thc planking is concerned, but tolerably j UUx'(l States upon the ground that he f,,,SVS
had a fine sensation. Suppose now that! well graded. i interprets. He is regarded by thc lead-
it was true that these men were really) A noticeable fcaluro of the present ing men hero from all counties of tho Old
conspiring for some secret political pur-1 nS,,,inS is, wc aro told, in the few otrag-1 Key-tone, as the truest and safest man
pose. What worse is it than they aro 1 G-ors Bccn At t'10 t,mc ol Sedgwick's that cau be entrusted with the responsible
boldly doing or trying to do in cvery trwn I ("rnSi'-DS to Fredericksburg every mau position of Governor of tho great Arch
in the land. Abolition secrsi lca.;ucs fur ' wont a,ld thc c,an of thc ar,ni' as a , Stone of tho Union.
u.idniKht conspiracy is openly advocated ,
by them all. Would it not bo lawful if old
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Berks should follow their example.
Northumberland Co, Ikmocrat.
ITV Tlin flnnclttiif Inn nrAV'tfloa iUnt
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Lincoln, (,hasc, and thc whole clan which I
now compose thc Administration, may be
I m nn n nli nil nv nnl I Ail li nm nlli in n lirl tits
qualified. When all this is done, docs 1
any one suppose that thc Government is
impeached I Cau you imagine such a
thing as tho Government being arraigned
before tho Senate expelled from offico
aud disqualified from holdig ofiico?
Even tho supposition is nonsensical. Lin
coln, Chaso A: Co. might all bo hung as
high as John Prown, aud still thc Govern
ment would endure, and probably suifer
very liltlo delrimont iu consequence.
Other and better men would tako tho
places they have left vacant, and the Gov
ernment would go on, juss as if iiothing
had happened. All this is so clear so
self-evident that it humiliates us to oiler
tho argument to an intelligent and en
lightened people. Yet there aro persons
who say ''tho Administration is tho Gov-
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.cQjr The term for which 350,000 of our
troops enlisted expires between this and
tho 1st of July. To supply their places
thc President will bo
thc conscription act.
obliged to resort to
From tho Army of tho Potomad
ANOTHER BATTLE OX illOXDAY.
JTi.z Eliighfjcc ISf ported t.ilit n
Tho following intolligonco from Gener
al Hookers army is received from Wash
Thc.battlc of Sunday was renewed on
Monday morning. Thn enemy appeared
to have forces equal in numbers to our
own, and his successive attacts wcro mado
with a desporato spirit.
Tho Philadelphia lirptiicr says :
The city has boon for iho pasttwo days
in a stato of painful suspenco, caused by
the great baltlo raging On tho Rappahan
nock, the Uoverninout rcccivo but few or
I.' no tcicgrams from Gen. Hooker, and aro
in as much i.rnornnm a, tho nm.nl.,. Wltnn
Gcuer.l Hooker last conversed with the
Predeot,ho remarked to him thai ho
had a irreat work boforo l.i.n. and l.onod.
to announce to him a succcs before long,
but tint until a dooUivo result was ar.
. i. .. ,n,.
Ho has so far kept his word, aud ex-
ccpt answers toso.no few questions, has
sent no telegrams To ouo from tho
President, last night, saying that there
was a rumor hero that the rebels had re-
taken Fredericksburg, he merely answered
"it is roportcd to me ; but it is a matter
of no consequence."
Wo have advices tin to Tucfd.iv noon,
from Falmouth. Thcro has been no de
cisivo victory gained yet. It is not be
lieved by Gen. Hooker that Longstreet's
forces from Suffolk havo reached General
Lee. "Stonewall" Jackson is known to
lo in command of their right wing.
On Monday maruiag ike rebels advanced
up thc Telegraph rod nd attacked Gib-
bou's Division, which held the heights be
youd Frcdcricksbuig, and by throwing a
large force upon us recovered part of thc
lino of works which Sedgwick had taken
nn Snliirilnv. Stdnwir.1( in thn meantime
was trying to effect a junction with Hook -
. r.. i
cr, wuo was near unancciiorviiie. iniru.g
Iho ficht of Saturday, .Sunday aud Mon-
day ; thu loss has becn very severe
both sides, and is said by different par
ties to bo as high as 15,000 on each side.
On Sunday afternoon Hooker advanced
somo distance towards Fredericksburg,
met with a temporary check, and fell
but rallied in splendid style and adv
and held a mite in dUtanec. In this
air Hooker's hospital tcnis were shell
by the enemy, and it was found ucocssary
lo remove the inmates.
In this light the Second, Fifth and'
Ninth, and two divisions of the Second .
Corps wcro hotly engaged ; and later
, the afternoon tho Fiist Corps also
I The fighting yesterday afternoon, as
heard from Falmouth, was mostlv musk-i
ctry. Thc cannonading cca-cd about ten
' o'clock, A. M
but the musketry was
, continued throughout thc day
Sigcl's old corps suffered muoh on Sat
urday, the enemy massing hi? troops
' against them, but Hooker appeared in thc
thickest of the conflict, at the head of his
Je - 1 division, and drove the Kcbols back
with an impetuosity unparalleled in his-'
Some of our wounded who witnessed
thj3 .spiontii(i aehicvcme.it describe it as tho
. cratina is undulatinc, wooden and broken.-!
( fully as rough as tho Pull Pun country,
! though not cut un bv anv Iar2o water
"UU'H) WdS 01 lllu M,u" ""i-.aciorj son.
ii - i i- .li . i .i f i in.
It is believed here that General Stone-
man lias cro this effectually cut off
uooci nnc oi communication with men-
mond, and that they aro well nigh out of
ammunition. The line of communication
is well kept up by Gcncarl Hooker
. . , . ,
munition and rations arc going forward
freely, and notwithstanding tho desperate
tC1"1 P1s of tho Pcbcls
h neil olid nl in Aim nn
to tako Hanks
Ford and got in our rear, to cut tho lino
of supplies, all goes well. Tho War De-'
partnicnt here have the most unlimited1
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confidence in ucneral Hooker destroying '
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tho llcbcl army. Iho wounded will be
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sent here at once, and several boatloads
U1U CUIlllll lll lll-llllll.
riiorn nrn inniiv rnmnrn lirnu.-li t un hv
tho wounded, among the... is ono that 8u,,.tJr "" tho charge ot bribery preferred
General Uirney was taken prisoner, at tho af 'lst 'i"11 "oi, lloyer, a member
hcadofhisDivLsion. General Howard is of 11,0 legislature. After arguing tho
reported dead, as is Captain Morchcad, "SQ Btr0DK,- aeaillst tuo witucssos in
son of General Morohead, of Pittsburg. Oamoruu'a doronoo, thoy say Poyer's
..... j statement is corroborated in nearly all the
Tho New Haven Couiicr, a Re-' loading dctaiU by testimony of other wit
publican paper says : "Contractors havo ncsses, and it appears from tho testimony
carried on tho war." Tho blood of our j that other mombors ot tho Legislature be
mcn,tho graves of tho wounded, tho tear sides Poycr wcro offered money, and a
of thc orphan aud tho wail of tho widow, plan to induco him to voto for Camoron,
hare becn coined into nionoy. , .
They, havo swindled tho Government' out A Costly Expehiment, - it is said
of hundreds of millions. Thoy havo piled that tho preparations for tho attack on
fortune on fortune, and as a distinguished Charleston cost ono hiinorcd and fifty
officer at Washington writes us, all the millions of dollars I Tho fight lasted but
operations of this war arc mauuged by half an hour, or at tho rate of five millions
political swindlers. qf dollars per tnifiqto !
For the Cetumhla Dtmccrct
Mu. Editou I noticed an editorial in
tho Columbia Republican ''Smut Ma
chine,'' of April lGth, containing a certain
Mler purporting to havo boon written by
a certain Euos Evcritt, in whioh tho
Nigger-hcud Editor tries to assail a broth
er ol his, by refcring to a certain stolen
letter that ho had published somo timo
since, said to have been written by II F,
Evcritt, of Denton, in which ho published
a big lie. Ho started out by saying, that
tho letter was sent to him lor publication,
by a Committee ot tho "Iron Guards."
Now, he is a liar, and I cm prove him
such, by tho members of that Company,
,llal tll0r0 U0Vrr W13 n (-'oillinitlcc appoint
f b? 1,10 Iron GuiinlSl to send 1,im tllc
letter, for no decent Committee would have
sent him such a letter for publication.
T1,c ,c,tur U i!,id ,0 havo becn K0'1
aml cau bo Pr0von to bo 8toIcD' 1ut thc
public havo become fully convinced that
llic Myography was forged to make
capital out of, and that is the best wc
co.w expec n wry una iraiior.
ASai" 11,0 s'M'S llluek-Snoko Kdi-
tor tried his Itaad to slaudcr Mr. II. F.
Kvoritt, of Benion, by publishing another
lio -n uIs boliau uPa shcct) for llis raPcr
is as poisouous to what is right and just,
mid tho Constitution, as tho deadly poi-
son upa Ires is to human nature.
15y publi.hing that II, F. Evcritt, had
changed his name, wheu rcgoristing it at
Philadelphia, which was false, and ho was
then proven a liar, auu tuc uesi lie comu
'Knights of tho Golden Circle," by say
ing that the writer, if ho is not, should be
a Knii'htof the ''Goldwa Circle," nirJ a
disciple ol their -.rand Master Hubcr.
We think tho Dr. made a slight mis-
' take, when he thought the writer, if he
1 .n lint til. will lin. !L till' MlllOl' of tllU Toi'V
un' l-eaguo, and like himself, a diseiple
..I. ..H..n.l .inv,n, Ximnit f'timrjmt
in mi'ii pauu iuiwi . .... ,
who like himelf, guilty of treason and to
escape from thu fate of hanging as high
as Hainan, which they both so richly do-
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jnrtM it.. i:mir.r.n rrn 114 firnr. iir
, traitors tooli shelter noin ju tice utiuei
' Old Abo's Wing, by giving up his foreign
'misMor., and taking command of a -N igger
I Brigade, whereth. I)', should havo been
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traitors took shelter from ju tice under
I "S ao"
jUl 1 suppose inc la.tci gu.u
pruior a h euuii uinj.iuo.
The Niggcr-hcad Editor, appears to
take it very hard, and that ho thinks the
..r 1 (t .1 .
Govtrumctit was cheated out ol two cents, j
1 It was rather a hard pull on this very lion. !
Hut wc do not wonder at thc poor Dr.,
! for he is one of thc small lllack-Snakes
-hat is sucking Uncle gam's Cow, and
therefore, he is compelled to suck the lui.il
tit, and he thinks tho two cents may cut
j I trust the public will cxcuc me for no
tfoing so mean a man, or Ulack-Suakc,
' as tho Dr., and ono who appears to ap
prove of stolen letters and follows tho ar
my ditches for lost or ttolcn letters and
scraps of uews papers for hi. iiil'oimati'on.
Letter from Hie Army Hon. Iliisttr
Cami' IoIkt P. V., Near Falmouth, Va,
April -Mib, 1S03
Mr. J. L. Gutz.
Dear Sir: With extreme plcarsuo 1
,morm iou' 111111110 "amu 01 - 0"-
j H-ktkk Glvmek, is very popular in the ;
Arm' of thc 1,0l01i10 alll0llg the brave (
Tho ollk.cr3 from Bcr. 1U a1(l
Warren, of this Merriment, liii-lilv nnnrn.
i o --j -ti'-
A:.,,n ,lin ntutven i.f titn 1 f)lli 1
District, aud Perry county, and express
their mo.t heartfelt hope that tho Deu.oc
Ml... frnm ..11 in ,. nt ,i, h ;i.
, , . . .,
-' " - .vt(w vu w.iiwu Mill
nonor tuemeives uv nomiu:iiinr tnc man
1 1 , . i, ,!nt .i :ir: n
restorc what nbolition corruti0i has
Yours, licsncclfu'lv. E
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Lx-bKCUKTARY CAMPION CoXVICTEI)
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Pttiiimtv. -Iho majority ot the Invest!-
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attn' Coinmittce ol thu Pennsylvania
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I .nrrt-.! !l f II ! Ill tIM, I n iMOfAli mii.'n imm
,UaUl' a rLPorI
finding Gen. Cameron
do was to "como down, JiKc anotl.ei J . Hardwood, of the Wheat iW a . ini.. ..m, (...I'-y-i.a.iy'. ii.-.k. ur !,,.y
,.:., Til.,,,.. J.,l.n nn.l limit llis liolu y,L,1U11' " , U "(l00" WK- :f nusarino, ef m cU.'ki,i gill, , I Hack Lunib. or
K.iuakitig Jjlack-bJi.c, aim nunt, nis noic. ('rowers Uatik, lioth ol nna. and J. J. tf(.u-r..M.iw.
Tho (Juaek Ot. refers thc writer to the Grove, merchant .,d miller iu Jonol.oro', : 'ilL?!; S'Ki.Vi.KK!;;..:!:
What Bouoflcoiit Protootion.
Wo takt. tho following description of (
'Wild Western Scenes" from acorros
pondent of tho New York 'Inbtmc, vht
writes from the Immediate neighborhood
of the events related. Coming from that I
roliablo Abolition paper, it n of couno n
!ni.,r f nflVira now bcinu enacted
ItllU JIIHU.u - tj
in the President's own 'State, What
picture of pcaco and protection 7 Lav,
abrogated, pcaco destroyed, ilomcstir, tran
quility invaded, citizens kidnapped aud
carried off by tho mllilr'ay without tho
constitutional right of a trial by their
peers, the ountiy desolated, women' and
nliil.lrrvr, -Trivnn from their homes and
3t, from tlio.r i.oaics '!J,W)y'fin8f ai, and up to 50 ctA
tho woods, And all in thto; ,,U)IES' 01M-3UA CLOTH r
loval Stnto of Illinois, wbcro no relmllioft
exists, where (he Courts arc open and the
laws in farre. All this dono wilh llic
permission, if not the command of the ad--ministration.
And Iih Administration
claims to be titer Government nd dual
with the opjioncurlB of socli acts, as Irnt-1 o0f(S. aild SIlOCS ,
tors. Alai, for hc Ocvcrniucnt of tho ( A(((f n,(llifll, of jll.lUi,lmirt.ouin;,y h-fct in cn
Fathors. Oh.forihc better day of tlio.uy .ijir. . . aj,,,, (ooill
lleimblic. when iho Uonsirtniion was mo
fupreino law of tho Jam!,anl when con-
clous of protection, with the proud dec
laration of ''I am an American citizen,"
tho citizen could go proudly and fearlessly
forth in Hlwonjoyi.iMit.of lif', liberty and
the pursuit of l.apincss." Here is the ?ic-
GoVKUNMNT AllKXST IN IliMSOtl.
. ... . ., ... liar-i
Anna, Union couuly ill., April r, jco.
Tim tumult Mi-w,iii,f frnni tli n !irrff.till!'
luc tumult arising lion, tnc arrr. "",
of Copperheads atrd (lo.'CrtcrS 111 tins
County still cuntiiww. Among the prirj-
rln.il cltm-ns takt'll aro S. r. AsllJy.
which thrco are probably wjrth 875. OUO.
Such is thc tetmr of the people in re
mote parts of the county that quit '. insig
nificant persou.i arc fearing they will ho
arreted : and I a Id as a irrH'irlctMc fail
tint', during these passing nights v.omcn
and children go into the wood to sctp
All businesses suspended, for thii.-c who
have not been arrcirit nave, run away
.l i j . i. . . . t
; even ono mcmncr 01 mo aisie ocnaic o.
II. Smith, departed. .M.
. Ml.T.il.-rii;iM.U Suor.s.-Shoes are an
! ininnrtautatit item iu thc exo n.su of cl tii-
iiur (.liil.lpn., d nivri' ti'ir-nt vitl innli.r.
nig cniKireti, as ecr pamir win tmiur -
xtm,,!, 'phey invariably wear mit their .
j shoe at the too lir.-t, and not unfreipiot.tl)-1
; before tho other parts arc a qua.ter worn.
; Child nil s shoes wi 1. .Mal -q.s never
Wt:ar " t0C a'"1 S :SHfc. 5 mlS
tauil. They invariably wear out llicir
, . . . . ....
I tnore linn out-woa- ihreu pairs without
them. Wc believe all tho -sln-e dealer.
B) E AT IIS .
InJ5'ntou,ou tho -iOtli tilt., Sauaii
Jan.:, daughter of llichard and A.nand.
Stiles, aged I year 1 months and l'-idays.
At MillviPe, mi the UOili tilt., W.M
Shannon, aged 50 yean 1 month and
Li Mountpleasaiil twp , Col. eo., on the
Oc-.t diy of May, ISti.'l, .Mis. Hannah
iSAMis, aged 7-1 years.
Ui.oo.MiiiiUiKi, M-.iy D, I SOU.
Wheat bus. 1 50' Green Apple
I o j
0"1 Diied 1
Corn " "
65 Dried Peaches '4
(ill lluttur t'lh
00 Tallow "
Hay . . . ,l ton. 15
50 Chickens " pair
1 T imothysecd
- - '
1 iVJf 111 C llllf rll-imTf lit
Bark Bark ! !
.Hy '.I, IeG-1. 1 nt
Jj-itcrt t-tuc lowest prices,
JUST Hcrcivc'il a nciv :i.otliiiint of latest niyl of
' roper, itulnding Bantering,
and ( riling
I'.icr, anil a concral vn rl-ty nf iiinlcrial in hi linr.
vvlncli ill liu I'liuinl nn the rfili DNII l'l.( () iiiiiiioi j.
atoly over tli.i tnre of .Mr. I. T flurpli-m , ciitrinirn
nuu iloor oat uf Ijiu'1 Dm .tnrc, in thr. ttiipit
,llllck' ulicr" "" i'""""" """' "n "' "
' ' 1 "r.r Jlu"Slr. 'Scaled u order,
tfvr iri nt .-
"vu" """J '"I
r.loimobiirg, May'. I, 1F0.1 3ni
II. J, TIIOUN'IOX.
ii. c. ii o w e n,
SU11GKO N D E N T I ST
nUStnilN'Cn. hiMnK oppn.llg .Mlllst'a Stutg on
Mini Htrctt, lllwnitlMirs I'.i.
ItlWr.nTUW.Y oir-rn hi. pron-.-ioii.il
Hiii.rik inline liii.i.. nnd (.ciiil,..
men of ..luniii.liiirir mu. vliinm. u.. ..
prrparnl luntltiulio nil tin, varmm
nry, an.. i ptuvMcd uli thu l.iui.t
"eli "lhl! MfnT'1 " '"VOt ' e'J '"",C 10 k "
i A .npcrior urllclo or Ton lit l',lcr nlhny, m
Illoomsliurs, M.iyO. 1-na.
TO TAX COLLECTORS.
louco is nearby (iivcn, to till collectors
ot t ouniy-r.. liol,,us unpiM ,h,lfatcB lo. If.,;-
nn.iprm mu yoan tli.il llity u. ,i,r iv ,Ml, .,l
ect in aim pay m iiiut'ounly Trcamer on tho iiili J.
01 junu I10l. . ' i
0. II. iii:ss
Coniinliioncrt office lilooui-burj'J'ay
T ost, Borne time since by the undersigned
JJreil'l Iiib Inri-hintcrcck twp., Columbia cnimty a
Noto oflmn.l,fpr.veou, ,lau,l Ap 5l)i iww oS
r!rt.'",l:;',"7",", )a,,,,el m A,ire;.uiii".
,n '.A p""" rcw'!r'1 !vil1 h" l""'1 '' r"tiim of
., lilrT,;wlymT, ""'iisbii .etiiro,. tn tho iih.
o. cr pc Xn ' "H m,l 11 tJ" Ue tf " volo "V
My t, ljti3.-3n
I , 1 ji in:, lvt.!rftH'f( -WUturv, r aiy oXU't 3'J iii;icnzluu.or ihtvr
VAH PHlUl'IH OVER I
o r '
At the stoie' op:
1 .1 J. BROW
nnjrrotiinj'ulrcccltccl, nml U nor js-lUlji aprimi"
wy (tiHknf Nw rwil f"m Hw r.ututn' nutket,'
which n ill la ioIiI (mr fornntior pmliic?,
yiUNTSnt U). i", IH. S, 'il, mil W-tVnt. '
Hrown (i Bleached Muslin'
at 20, 2.r, 35, and D ccn'J
Hp Litines. ( fwlin. and Dms Giixls,
v - .
A'so. a itfh supply of
tfiiocuR iiiXfSPicus, ,yc.
Aho, a lirgetv. of
iQulKNuw.wK. Oiidauwauk. IlAnnwAnt:.
; suT v.
MIRROR OF FASHIONS
(UU.UnT.HLY JOUIlN'At, Dtf fti,Wn JIOXBI! )
i r.irinaliuii. nml tin- four llfi!!-.'! r.illfrii, cut ready In,
ivMir. t'tr. Vcarly. $1 : -InsU' tnpii'', cciidv-
' CiiWI.ki'.Ul 'm. l)iiMnnt.if'i mHiuin uf 1 ililon
I i.a nrotnlwny, N V.
; .ruMiDAnvu'Aiiti!ntr'MioM i it
' Kn-f; Yi iirly Kiilu' rih.-r tn .Mini'. Ililli"".'" Mirror
j ri.J,Hlu ,.,t,ulci, , k,.,.,,i,i r ..o mu.1
tvurl!tf Hlr.i CiMcm. mi rnpynf llini. ticinnrr'
S.V..,".iilSy!;",i,,',, ,"",'!''. 1 "' fr St
. I'r rlnlrtir.i miirarririvM nt SI frith will lin Hfnl
hi t rfMvl nt I..1I ('nihtw.
A CJinlcfUO.", iv i':v tWcli-r .n?l IVIhuiiN .".twins
tMurliitfcrvvil li Hciiiiin'r am! Svlf riicirnj; Alt;t'hinrnt.
A I lnl iMl 11 xplt'iiillil pal'iit ri.'icr (liilil Wntrh,
All Uif Ail'fCi'itvr :tv nnrnri-il !i thu Hmt prnuiiuiii,
aud to tin defter up of t'll. Cli.l. uu 1 xtin .copy of Ih 1
ilrrnr f IUjIikui fr mm1 yar.
Any iitnnl'', of $1 Mi'wrrl'ltlon .rnt luwnril mnhlni
np 11 iluli. iMH: rr-iliti'illlil' .nine nt if ' nt nllo-ntlit-r
i:ark uiiiiibi, .1' i-iCLiniru .ivu.'jiu.l fri-u.on roi tit
of .1) riMil.
,-ili'iiiliil t"nii (jr Afffnt'-, S;nil Sir u Circulur.
MtltKOK OF FASHION'S, '
liUAKTtUI.V JilUIIMAr, lit! (7n.lN7 JIONJJB.
CircuUlion in UWMi'gtit 'I'll' worlil.)
l'..n U iiuiubir ronuln. nrjri' ami uinculuYi'at colnrtit1
.Inc. hiiiI rnsravcil I'n.liluii np, H pi c nil i il lllu.ltn
lni iil'nll III" I'.ishionnlil,. l'u,(- ff.-r'.'lti'Ti fi.r l.nclj.
, "rei". Inclmliiig IImiiii t, tlooin l.vrn.t.r, Uatm:
1 p,,,,,,,,,,!,., t-anrf vv.n.tw li--vv.H
. jj-Ki-h. Wr.iiu'r, Hrk umirr trannnriii, jiiwcify;
iu-u. vrap.iT, sK imin
""v 'fJ'niViam 'ii?ii"7n.in'
i'.".''l in o',;Uo? any" oU,.r':!o,m,
. i.iij-.. .i.ia.'n .11111 i(.uin irrnnci
iiil.rf.Wrry r.-i tti.ru-.!
rlc, nr., I our l.tft-
.u'-.inr; fur .Mnihi-i.:
nillts leiicrnltV. avBi
i.ti'.'t in tin or uny oihr toiiiiliv,
PiiIiI."n -il 11I Miio'. ii'inorrl' I ; 111 ji or i ti 111 of I'milii
(ohit, .in.ironiln.iy, N.I'. Yenrly, Ono llutliir, v nh .v
vuliinlilr- iiri'iniuiii : sinslc cnni . TttfiilyiiTi- Onl
A .ploiulnl fUaiiiii for nan. unit i.r.;iilil 1'rnuniiin. -niu.iuri
iiiar) rtnniitiii I liiclihliiii Kxlrn rnll-Tii.
K'M'Mii .f Oroh ruiitnif, Mirjra?iM-ii, I'.ioioi-rnp.M
A.I01111.. i;li-citnt C. i.t fir Hlol. S..lc nml I'nrk O0111.1
1.1 Uunnni'.; rintrli Sh inj- .Mirliiiil. Wll-olrr tc Wil
no i' Si.in .M.irhino, tun. IVilont drvi r (iolil Wntrh
os ; any "f tho a.iovi- uluatilo eroiiiluui m l nMajnei.
w illiotit p 11 inc any umn-j for llirin. for piiitlf ulfirn'
py Iho 'llrror iin'aalilnu," or juh1 for 11 Circular
Vi.v 'J, IHU3. - lino
V ill he .nM ut I'uMIp Salo, nt tho Inn
' rii Irnrr f I.'lilU'ti Vnuuir. tUrM, ijt Imliinit
x p., n't Tli'irffiUy. tin J1p t f .Mfiy, tin fullow
ini: pTrm 1 irnitrl tn i it :
'I'tvn Map'. i illi f'.al, I'unr Mill h rnw, Two jomtg
nuil''- fl,"r f nil-'.', "'ill u lot nf Hog.
On Ti"liiirJ'- ivaiion, on-Trurk V,inn. ono Fpriuij
tf airnn ono rrain ilrill. on I'olir l.or WiiBon.' nun
Tour llor-o .ir.iiii-uiiuliiu, one Corn Hliollcr, 0101
l'aiiuiui; Mill. Sluls,
If nr row, anil f.trmiiiC tjtt U'iin criif-mlly.
Al-n n Im nf Cirp "ili'rV tm.h. n-m f r I int PIhii.
ItnU nml lt-diliii. II. u by tin- ton, llniti iti thn
sri'iinil, Hiiit-lnilil n kjfr Iumi fiirnilurc, Im n jrvat
vnrti ty (if nrllflt's l'o nunif'rnii1 t(- iii'miimhi,
ftti4)f M lOnVlnrk , in nf iijl tiny," when h
tcriit4 nf S.ih will Inin.i In Known nml dipt ntlrinJnnni
A.I'I.VU Vol'NfS, i nn""
VnnNnii, M nv ". ll-n.l
'i in: ,RW!!()n:iV stobk.
MO1U0 FRKSIT (iOODS. .
hist 'cccivcd at Erasmus' AVm' Slurc.
ats and Caps,
FKE1) AND PROVISIONS.
To-i-iIht witli n crnnt laricty of iniiininninl ctcntc
inniiii 111111110114 tn iiii'iiiiiiii.
IL lliiltcr. r.Sgf, .Mi'.'it and pio.liuc geiirrally tnkoir
in cxeliniiKc fur j;oral,
Office of Hie Schwdhdl llavtn and Ldviih
lliici 11. 11. Co.
l'iiil.iilclphin April 37, ltti.1.
Notice is hereby given, that a general
' IH.TIIII- nf lhe ctnckliul.lcr of Uu- Piliii)kill ll.
f.n."'." ''." 1!,v,'r U'liipu-y will bn
al'l at the I. all ni thi) rranklin institute. Nn 15 Soiith
'ihT","!1,,' 'V' '" .,l'i,0llv "fl'hila Irlphin riiurnuMy,
r r . i ''"' 01 ,r0:l' ' "'cK'ik in tlie iiiorninit
I L i ".'f'"""' "'"'Hi's "ii Joint nvrri-ineut for thn
i h ,' ,!', '.".I"'1 1,1 "r'i"l Ucliujlkill Haven t
('hiith It. It. tii. with tho Mine Hill nn.l bchiilliill
i , ' !- '""il""'. "'"1 f"r mull other bu.lncis
iiij) bp liroueht bi'fiiru i.ihl incctini:.
lly nrdi-r nf I lie llonril of niannicr".
Atl Al.UX'il J.llLllllVrillllti:,
May V, ltr,3, ' .
, Ojlte Mine Hill and Schuylkill Haven
Hail road I ompnny.
1 I'liilailuljiliia, .fih mo., (April) ''7, IfUX
! Moticc is hereby given that a general
Hr.,,!'.!!;'!,',"?! nf ""J StncKIT..I.tera of tho.Mino Hill mul
il ' ,i" r1.','"' l." "I1.1 ""', "-'""'I'T'y will bo hel.1 nt
I , " L",11? ""M1" "lUit'it.. No lilthHouth Bcf
in,,' m.,' n'o'";factinBn .-.joini rccmont for tho
i c ,.' i. iiii'I'.' S"'.1. ""W.' of,,"s Bciiuyikiii iiavan ami
tion r . ,Vi ' ."' uVany "! '" t?n;c
i.ii.i .;.,, """ ' 'V? " brouuht ticioro
' ' ""r "oanl oi lunaor.
JOHN f CUf.HHON.
May il, ions. ' "
JONES & REliD,
A N 1)
Olt.VAMlINT.U. 1UON WORKS,
No. 222 Collowhill, St., below Third,
Iron Itullin; fo'r Vu,, Umcinilci. VitamuBtfjn
4t(h 10. (EM