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OLUHB A DEMOCRAT.!
1SMTHD BY LEVI L. TATJJ, FRONtlETOH
Saturday, October 31, IS Gil,
ron ninsiDENT in lset,
GEORGE 13, M'CLELLAN
( Subject to tho Decision of tbo Democratic National
Pay the Printer Wo have transmit,
ted bills, by mail, during tho past fortnight,
to many of our subscribers, and respect
fully rcquost them to remit ua tho amount
duo, at onco, by tho eamo channel. Our
expenses aro increasingly heavy to say
nothing of tho overwhelming Govcrn -
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ot wnicn must oe paium i;asii, ana Uoncoj
we appeal to tuo generous justico ot our
customers to meet current expenses, and
enable -us to publish an independent journ
al. We trust our friends will respond in
that spirit of gonerosity and promptitudo
which ha3 always characterized our in
tercourse as Editor and Patrons.
N. B. Wo shall again bo compelled as
we were at the opening of tho presont vol
ume, in last March, to erase tho names of
all who were unreasonably in arrears and
.prosecute 'their accounts to collection.
The Election Returns.
TVo confidently expected to elect our
Stato ticket at tho lato election, for the
following reasons. First, we knew that
wo had a majority of 3,382 for Slonker
last year. Secondly, we knew that tho
Dcmoeratio party had bccD rapidly in
creasing in strength over since. The offi
cial returns now show that wo were not
raistakon. Tho Democrats polled 35,105
more votes for Woodward and 35,823
votes more for Lowrie, than they polled
last year when they elected their ticket by
"3,382 majority ; and yet wo were defeated
by a majority of 15,325 for Curtio. This
disaster to our country was caused by for
eign intervention by tho Government at
Washington. The programme was indi
cated by. Hill Armstrong,Ben Butler, and
other Abolition orators, who said it was
better to lose a battle in tho field than to
fail at tha election in Pennsylvania. Honco
Curtin's political friends wcro selected
from tho army and distributed over Penn
sylvania to vote, in such vast numbers
that wo lost battles in tho field. Large
numbers of citizens in tho District of Col
umbia wero sent hero to vote ; and
in many places wheto they had Abolition
elootion boards, such citizens and squads
of soldiers who woro citizens of other
States wero voted by tho Abolitionists.
In this way tho Abolitionists increased
thiir votojn tho finglo county of Allegheny
5,385, moro that they polled last year.
A Big Batch of. Traitors.
Tho total number of votes cast for Gov
ernor at the late election in this Stato was
623,225, being an increase of 88,475 over
1802, when tho number oast was 431,750.
Of tho entire number, 253,775 votes wero
polled for Woodward, and 209,118 for
Ourtin. If tho Democrats are "foes and
traitors," as stigmatized by Stanton, For
ney and other incorruptibles, what a snug
littlo band there is of them ! Two hun
dred and fifty-three thousand tcven hun
dred and seventy-five "traitors" in the
single State of Pennsylvania I They would
fill every baslilo on tho continent, and
(till leave an ovorplu larger than Meade's
army. It is alarming. Tho 'govern
ment" ought to do something for this thing
President Lincoln says, in his re
com thanksgiving proclamation, that dur
ing the year now drawing to a close,
14 Order has been maintained, tho laws
havo been respected and oboyed, and har
mony has prevailed everywhere, except
in tho theatre of military conflict ; while
that theatre has been greatly contracted
by the advancing armies and navies of
tho Union." Why, thon, did President
Lincoln suspend tho habeas corpus ? The
States of theNorth, throughout which that
writ is now suspended, aro neither invaded
nor in a stato of rebellion ; and, by tho
President's own tostimony, the "public
safety' did not require it, because "order
has been maintained, and the laws respco
tod and obeyed." Who will answer?
J5S3- A contemporary says that Lincoln
bas got tho Constitution, the laws, and the
habeas corpus suspended, and winds up by
asking, "what hasn't he got suspended V
Well, be baBn't got himself suspended
t'ST'The Old Guard for September is
a capital number. This work should bo
in tho hands of every Democrat. Pub
lished monthly by O. Ohancey Burr &Co.,
No. 117 Nassau street, Now York. Terms
Bradford County gives Ourtin a
majority of 3,000 over Woodward. In neituer look uacliwara, forward or any
1800, Curtin beat Foster, somo 4,000. A 1 way They aro as blind as bats and stu
eb'ght improvement in "Wilmot's Egypt. ' Pid as ro0103'
TnE reoeipts of money paid by drafted
men now amounts to nine millions, which
it is expected will be increased by one or
.two rnniions mora.
icollTk.. T.i!i..il. -r at-.. .. !.. ii. -!
Southern States" is tho titlo of a very nulo
pamphlet of 00 nagos, by n citizen of
North Cr.rQ.iua, conservative) it its doo
triner and iinpirtifti in its statements. It
is calculated to do inuoli good and we
trust will bo widely circulated. It will bo
sent, frco of pottage, to any part of tho
United States on the receipt of twonty-fivo
Persons desiring this work for grntui
tous distribution will be supplied at tho
rata of six copies for $1, and tho postage
prepaid to any part of the United States.
All orders should bo addrcsncd to Bryan
Tyson, Dox Gi Washington, D. U.
Tho same author has now in press a
work entitled A kay or light or a Con
servative Treatise on the Sectional Tronb
les, Religiously and Morally oontidcrcd,
by By ran Tyson.
The abort- is tho title of a Book .pub
w, Raleigh, North Carolina, above
Tho wo,ic js founded upon religious
principles. Tho author having, in a. pro
fession of religion, abovo fifteen years ago,
experienced somo things 'that ho thought
pertained to these sectional troubles, has
writton them out with hope that they may
bo of benefit to bis country and country
men, lhu work, revives anu cnlarcou.
will contain a mc three hundred pagcs.and
will bo ready to mail about tho first of
November. On tho receipt of 51 it will
be sent, free of postage, to any part of the
Send your orders early to Bryan Tyson,
Box Oi, Washington, D. 0.
Wyoming Seminary and Commtrcial
Wo direct tho attention of tho literary
community generally to tho Circular of
the Wyoming Seminary and Commercial
Collcgo at Kingston, Luzorno county, in
tho columns of to day's Columbia Demo
crati During tho past season, portions
of tho Seminary Edifice, wore destroyed
by fire, and tho Faculty havo tho pleasure
of announcing to their friends and patrons
that new buildings havo been erected, on
an enlarged scale and improved plan, with
valuable improvements and facilities for
educational purposos, and will commence
tho next Term of Induction upon the 19th
of November. Rev, Heuben Nelson, D,
D., Principal, assisted by a select Faculty
whose qualifications arc unsurpassed in the
various department of modern literature,
will give their best efforts to its conduct,
and wc havo no doubt render the Insti
tution for the future, as it has been in the
past, ono ot tnc most celebrated anu suc
cessful Nurscrios of Learning in Northern
Hoofland's Gorman Bitters.
These popular vogctable medicines, pre
pared by that eminent and celebrated
Physician, Dr. C,"M. Jackkon, of Phila
delphia, aro advertised in this ''Columbia
Democrat.'' Thoy are not Acoholic in
their composition but'clear of poison and
both safe and palatable. Wo commend
their uso to every family,whcre not already
introduced, assured that in those families
whero they havo been tried they will bo
continued. Sold by Jones & Evans,
Proprietors, successors to Dr. Jackson,
No. 031, Arch Street, Philadelphia.
Tiip.ee Hundred Thousand More !
Tho President has virtually admitted
tho insufficiency of tho conscript system,
by issuing a proclamation calling for 'J0O,
000 volunteers to take the places of thoso
soldiers now in the field whose term of
scrvico will soon expire Tho samo reg
ulations heretofore in force as to advance
pay premiums and bounties offered,
will apply to this call. Tho return ot vol
unteering is only conditional, howover,for
notico is given that tho States failing to
raise their quotas by the 5th of January
next, will be required to make up tbo de
ficiency by another draft. Meanwhilo the
present draft goes on,
The Tribune started an electioneering
ccnard to the effect that Hon. George M. 1
Dallas had left the Dcmoeratio party and '
voted lor Curtin, The Age is authorized
to give tho statement an cmpbatiic contra
diction. Mr. Dallas preserves the samo
sincere attachment to tho Dcmoeratio par
ty which he has cherished throughout his
honorable and honored career he believes
that in its restoration to power lies tho
only hopo of safety to oar freo institutions
, "'Vr I- . t .i
tcrConncclicutand Indiana havo both
conn Democratic. This
snow s tun iruo
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sentiment of tho pcoplo
tration lost sight of these two States in
their eagerness to sccuro Pennsylvania
.1 V 1 f 1 .1 ' .1 l IZ .1 .1. Til.
r.uu vtiiu, auu uiu uat, uoou ilium whii
greenbacks and with soldiers from other
States. When tho peoplo have their own
way Dcmocraoy is sure to triumph.
Colion says., 'Ho that would thorough
ly lit himself for tho government of liu-
I man affaire, should havo a wisdom that
can look back into tho things that aro
past,' How very unfit then, aro tho men
' "ko govern our affairs, Thoy can
Hon. Molton 0. Rogers, formerly a
Judge of the Supremo Court of Pennsylva.
nia, died at Philadelphia, on the 2Tih ult.,
in ths 7Sth yar of hii ge.
aiioughtB on tho Elootion.
I ho moro wo reflect upon thu result of.
the recent cloclion tho better wo arc, in
some rcipcots, satisfied with it. It may
in tho end prove for tho best that Judgo
Yoodward was not elected. Had ho
been chosen to tho Executive chair of tho
State, the pooplo would most likely havo
oxpected more of him than ho would havo j
been able to givo thorn. It is truo that by
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u iu in nuu ju.iii.iuui pouoy no iiiigur, uava
givon greater security to person and pro-
pcrty amongst us. But ho would havo
l.nn., Un oT..f l,nr.-. i l, ,,1.
cal polioy of tho Administration.
question of pcaco or war, ho would havo
had littlo or no voice. As tho caso now
stands, tho Abolition party havo the con-
trol of events in their own hands, and
thoy must assume tho cntiro responsibility
of whatever is done. Wo may havo to
pass through many weary months of war
and sorrow wo may contiuua to sec tho
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hand of abitrary power used in crushing
out the rights of freemen who aro not in
rebellion millions moro of treasure may
bo squandered upon political favoritios and ,
dishouest contractors tho voico of weep-
ing and wailing may still go up all over
the land, as of Ilachol mourning for her
children. It may bo tho purpose of an
allwiso Providence to make us lay our
faco3 on tho ground and our mouths in
tho dust. But it will still bo a consoling
reflection to every Democrat to every
man vno am not support the AUmlnistra-
tion in its ruinous policy to know that
he had no part nor lot in brincin'; these
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terrible evils upon tho country, nor in
prolonging them uutil the whole nation is
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uoart-siol: anu weary unto death.
In the meantime, as wo have said be
fore, it U simply the duty of the two hun
dred and fifty thousand Democrats who
voted for Judge Woodward, to stand
squarely by their principles and await the
issue oi events. Our principlos are right
and just, our impulses are honest, our
motives soundly patriotic and religiously
pure. Wc can afford to wait until tho
people awaken from their dreams of falso
security. Thoy will awaken some day to
tho tcniblo reality. God grant they may
do so before our day of grace slrill have
.been irrevocably sinned away, and the
Spirit of Peace and Concord shall havo
utterly ceased to strive with men. Valley
Suirit and 'luncs.
We put up the name of Geu. Geohgie
B. McClellan, to-day for tho next Pres
idency. He will doubtless be slandered
by the whole abolition party without stint,
but it will bo ineffectual ngainst his char
acter or reputation. Tho abolitionists
carried Pennsylvania this fall by import
ing voters and the most outrageous ftauds
next year however they will net bo able
to concentrate tho whole power of the ad
ministration upon one State, but will be
forced to distribute their greenbacks and
power over the cntiro Union. Knowing
what to oxpect, we can next fall meet them
with better preparation.
Proghessivi: Cuius riA.MTY. Wo ex
tract the following from tho report of tho
proceedings of a religious body now in
sossion at Springfield, III., as published in
the Chicago Tribune :
"In the Illinois Methodist Conference
to day tho caso of Itev. W. Blundcll. who
'.s cnargeu witn ooing a Uopporhead, was
taken up, and a committee appointed to
prefer charges against him."
What a country I
One of the commissioners appointed by
JJumside to try Yall&ndigham, was form
erly a citizen of Pattorson, N. J., where
I ho kept a disrcputablo house. Ho was
indicted by the Grand Jury of Passaio
county for tho offence, but before his trial
ran away, and procured a commission
from Mr, Lincoln as Captain in tho U.
S. Army. Ha was a fit tool for Hum
side's disreputation business.
IviLLiNd them off. Within two
weeks sixteen soldiers of the army of the
Potomac have boon shot by orders of the
commander. And the end is not yet. It
seems that tho rebels aro not oqual to the
task of slaughtering our men, and our own
guns aro turned on thorn. It is sorrowful
to contemplate, but, may be, tho exigen
cies of tho times demand it.
A Gross Outrage. About twclvo
o'clock on Tueadav nio-lit nn Alinlitlnn
,nob appeared iu front of tho Dcmoeratio
LoafJqHartor8 d assaultod ffUU
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unuiiM, G.V.. uu wuu aitumpicu io nass m
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jurc(j i)Cforo ihoso in tho room wcro avraro
of wlQt 0. WJjon d
I oo ,
wasmado the oowardly assassins fled.
The Now York Argus and the Now
York World havo boon united under the
name of tho World, This is now ono of
I tho best papors in Now York, and strong
ly demoeralio tone. Porsons desiring a'
New York paper cannot do better than to
subscribe for it. Its tolegraphlo news and
markot reports, &c, aro complete and
Miss Kate Chase, daughter of the
Unitod States Secretary of tho Treasury,!
win no mameu io uon. nn, ftprague,;
Rhodo Island United States Senator, on
lllUfiUay, mo ltU OI XXOVemoer. invl
tations are already out.
D(KltS Blf AITOS BktSOTOIflk
orriOALrtEiunNsiNrt Mj.-Forho Yoariosa,
2992', 30 m
cimMd ' '-
cm"ini' '. '
I'orcet' . . .
7003 j 33.51
1 0 1
Mit,"'1'. .' '.
rr,y .u 1 " a." J-
375 1 a
Curtin's vote 2G9.400
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UUUUlTillUD VUfcl.. ........ . . -tv-XLj
Lownc's vote 2,21,880
Agncw's majority 12,308
district KciH'Cscntivc Vote.
jACKtox. Ellis. Wliitmoycr. noudman.
Total. o'JC3 CM3
Jackson's Majority . .
Tlie Draft in Now York.
Albany, October 20, 1803.
TnE call of tho Provost Marshal Gen
oral upon this State .for.103',000 men a
It is believed that ho has included in
tho deficit of 47,000, the S300 men, who
havo paid iu this State, and honco makes
out this great number.
VebyTrue. Tho Boston Fosti in al
luding to tho lato State elections, says
very truly : ''When our party achieves
a triumph in an election, wo feel good na
tured and kind towards tho vanquished ;
but tbo successes of the Rcpublcians
mako them as "savage as meet axes," and
seem to inspire in them a disposition to
annihilate all appononts, Wc shall bo
obliged to flog them to restore their good
The Atlantio Monthly for Novem
bcr is received. It containos articles by
Holmes, Longfellow, Agassiz, Charles
Sumnor, and othors of note. The num
ber is bettor, or at least lees objectionable
than its immediate predecessors. Perhaps
tho Post Master General's notico of it may
havo benefited it somo. In paper and
type it is, for a magazinc,uncxceptionab!o.
Tioknor ij Fields, price 53,00 a year.
PENNSYLVANIA AND THE DRAFT
Washington, Oet. 27.
Tho quota of Pennsylvania in tho next
draft is 39.700. Tho one month's ad
vanced pay allowed to volunteers by the
resolution of Congress, July 21, 1802,
will be paid to recruits for old organiza.
tions, enlisting under tho recent orders
immediately upon their arrival at the gen
roun tuousanu two uunureU names
wero drawn in tho Third Congressional
District of Massachusetts. Of these only
40 wero sent to camp as conscripts, 134
paid the commutation fco, 100 furnished
substitutes, 930 skedaddled, and the ro
mainer (2,885) wero exempted. Pretty
Cootl for Gov. Andrew's ''swarma '
TnE Horrors of War can bo greatly
mitigated by that sovereign remedy Hoi-
b wiuiuiunt, us it win uuiu any
, ffound, howover desnerato. if it be well
' ruhbcd arouud tho wounded parts, and
they be kept thoroughly covered with it.
A pot of ointment Bhould be in every
man's knapsaoh. Only 25 cents por pot.
Prisoners from the Ilavidan, By spec
ial train from Gordonsvillo, on yesterday,
1,3000 Federal prisoners, taken in Cul
poper and Farquier, arrived in this city.
Thoro wore among them some fifteen or
20 ofliccrs. Richmond hnquirer, 22c.
Heavy Loss, A correspondent of tho
Columbus (Ga.) Enquirer, says that tho
official report of our loss in killed, wound
ed and missing in tho battlo of Chioka-
mauga amounts to 11,000.
God has said: "When the wicked rule 1
the peoplo mourn." When wo see nn ov-1
ory uanu iuo exuuiiniuoaiiuii oi tun uiviiiu
A. LOGAN GRIM,
Attorney ami Counsellor M f.atVj
K7" Military raid other claim- promptly Mtendtd to
October 31. IS03.
Columbus Male and t'caalc Academy,
And Normal Institute.
TIIR next Term of tills Institution will commence on
Monday, tho 2d day of November, 1803. It Is very
Important that nil Sttidentg uliould bo present un thu
flnt day of tholctm. If pni.lMo ,
n. S. II1NI1IIAM, A. M,, Principal.
New Columbus, Oct. 31, 1803,
Estate of Elins Pcaler, rlcc'd,
LnTTi:it3f administration on tho Ktato of Hllaj
I'ealor.late of l'lflilnncreck tvvp. Columbia co.,dte'ii
havebcen granted by Ihfl lieglntcr of Columbia co.,to the
tindrridRiicd; all persons having claim npalnst tho o
taloof the decedent nro requested to present them to
the undersigned, at I Is rcsldcnco In said township,
without delay, and all persons indobtcd to uiako pay.
JACOB PUALEn, Mm'r.
Oct. 31, lf03-0w 83.
In tho Orphans' Court for tho county of
Columbia ; Estato of John Price, dee'd.,
A I.I, persons will take notice that tho undersigned
appointed Auditor by the Orphans' Court of Colum
bia county, to make distribution of tho balanco In tho
hands of Lewis Yctter, Administrator of John Trice,
dcc'd.wlll meet the parlies Interested at Robert F.
Clark's OOlrc, 111 Mnonuburg, on TUCsJllAV, Novem
ber 25th 1303, at 10 o'clock, a.m., for tho purposo of his
appointment, hen und where all persons interested
nro requested to present their claims or be debarred
from coming iu for a share of such assets.
itoiinnr r. clauk, Acditor.
Rloonuburg, Oct. 31, 16G3-4vS2.
rPnE next torm of this Institution will
1 commence November 19 I6C3.
Hinro the iHtc dm consuming tlie Hoarding Hall, now
brick building have been erected nnd the old one. en
tirely renovated. The uewcli.iicl lain Ihe center build.
lug, is much larger than the old one, nnd by slide par
titions can bo made toincludc nil thu lower doors ot the
two now wings; Altogether making tho largest audi
ence room In Northern reiinsylinuia.
Uccitntion rooms, stmlrnts' ri oins dining hall as well
as tho buildings throughout havo been made in every
respect as plcnMint and convenient as thosu of any
school in the country.
The Indies reach tho chapel, recitation reomsand din
ing nan wiiuoui going lino ii,c open air.
A full board of thoroughly educated, experienced and
successful teachers, n superior Chemical and I'liilosoph
leal Apparatus a large and well selected Library, a
valuable Cabinet together with all annlianres iifnllrtt
class Seminary, ensure tho patrons ul this Institution
nil the advantages tncy uan uesire at scnooi lor tncir
sons nnd daughters,
Tlioso who may wish to prepare the selves for teach
ing will have na good ndvaHtugcs here as ntany exclu
sively Normal School,
IHiiiible and spacious apartments having been fitted
and furnished for a Commercial College, no pains will
no sparcu to mane 11 equal in every respect to 1110 very,
best Commercial H.hool.
It will embrace two departments, Thforbtical nnd i
Pualiica!.. Iu tho former will be taught theSneneirlan
System of I'ennmanshlp, a thorough know ledge of Hook
Keeping, inc oen a ti mosi practical iiiluious 01 com- i
puting Interest, rercnutuge, Discount, llrokerage, In
surance, Commission, C'ltintlon of r.'iyincnts, limits.
Taxes, l'artncr-liip Settlements, &c, &c
111 the 'radical Departments will bu put innrtualfp.
cratio s u liauk with its Notes. Hills, IJralts, Checks, 1
Deposit, Tiikets, Kc, &c. Wholesale and Uttall .
stores; Tost, ltiulro.nl and Steamboat ofliccs supplied
with nil customary fixtures. Special attention will be
given to Business Correspondence, Itulcs Laws. Custom I
nnd Operations, ni.d nothing will bo omitted which
may tend In tho shortest possible time and iu the best
manner in prepare siiiucms iur suru-es in tnc uusiness i
duties and employment of life I
There will also bo established in the College two
Telegraph Otllces furnished with superior instruments
anu uiey will ue reniierou as complete in evciy respect i
as tho best offices in tho American Telegraph Coinpa-I
uy. The teacher of this branch is a practical operator.
and will give all necessary attention to his department
fucli will lie tlie Utilities ror acquiring the art ot Tele-
graphing that students cau become practical operators
in a very short time. I
llv connecting this department with the Academic
tho entire expense forn Commercial courso is reduced I
ouo-kn'f what is usually charted in schools exclusively I
Commercial and yet tho advantages hero arc unsur
passed. Diplomas will be awarded to those who satisfactory
complete the Course, and n shall take great pleasure
iu niding in all sucli tu sui uru situations iu business, i
Cr" eend mrn Circular.
Applications fur admission to the Collece or Seminary I
or for further particulars in rceard to either, may bo i
addressed to it. NC1.SON,
Oct. 31, ie03-Cw. Ktsanc. I'n.
Gil AND JUllOltS
FOR DECEMI1KR TERM, 1863.
rteninn Thomas Sclgfried,
Hriarcreek Moses IlaiH, John II Smith,
rishingcreck James Hdgar, Ucorge McHride.
Hemlock Mnthias Applcmnn.
Jackson John Mcllunry Thomas W. Young.
Locust Henry I'lslier, Wm. Mlller.Abraham Yeagcr.
JlifflinJcdiu pnyder, Samuel fnjder
Mount Pleasant-Aaron Kesti r, Jr., John Wnnnick.
Slninc Solomon Shtimnn. John Harmony.
.iiauison rerry wurisiain, t'uineas ieiuver.
Orang" Aaron H. 1'atternou, Cornslius Hellas.
Sugurloaf Joseph O. Hess, Andrew Hess.
Scott John shuuiau.
FOIt DECEMI1ER TERM, 1803.
Hlooni Augustus Mason, Stephen Knorr.
I'eaver Samuel Fisher. Elian .Miller, Win Scholl.
Hriarcreek Even I) Adams.
Usuton l'ctcr Appleman, John O Dildine.
Centre Daniel Uowcr, Ccorgu Hess, l'etcr Miller,
Aaron Kelchne r.
Catawissa Joseph Marti, Clinton Margcrum.
I'ishingcrcek Daniel Mcllcurv, llcnjamin Mcllenry.
(reenwood Sylvester Albertson John McMurtry.
Hemlock Anion Hnrtman.
Jackson John Savage.
Madison llobcrt Fruit, William Carnahan, Lewis
Maine John Nuss.
Mifflin Lawrence Walters, Stephen Deittcrick.
Mt. l'lcasanl Win. J. Ikclea, William Howell,
Montour Levi Wcavur.
Orange David Herring, John l'ettcbone, Jesse Drum.
Fine Francis Hunter, Valentino Wintcrsteen, Henry
Sugarloaf James IIcss.
MISS ELEONORA J. LESCHER,
WILL commenco tho Second Quarter of her Select
School in the Hascnient of tho Iteformed Church
in Hloom.burg, on MONDAY, SECOND OF NOVEM
HCIt, IB03. The School will bo divided into three class
r nt.MslHY Including children Just commencing, price
per Uuartcr of 11 weeks, $i (10. "
ATiCt.Vt'JMriJ-Iiicluding Heading, Writing, Spell
ing, and those commencing flengraphy, Grammar,
mid Written and Mental Arithmetic, price per
Uuartcr, $11 00.
(7K(-lutluiling Reading, Writing, Spelling, Gram
mar, Geography, History of the United Slates, and
Written and -cental Arithmetic, SI 00.
Lessons in tho Ornamental branches, vU: Italian
nnd Grecian Oil Fainting, Drawing, Needle-work, etc.,
nt extra charges.
Persons wishing to havo Hair-Work done, such as
Hob and Guard Chains, Rings, or Ear-Drops, can be
llloorasbiirg, I'a., Oct. 24, ie03-2m.
AT TnE KIOIITII
OF THE COLUMBIA COUNTY
THURSDAY, FRIDAY & SATURDAY,
Oct. 15, IC, and 17.
Class 1st. HOUSES.
Beet pair draught horses, Joseph I layman, 8 00
2d do do do do II II Mcllck, 5 00
do do carriage horses, Mrs A Vardoo 8 UO
2d do do do do A W Oregory 5 00
tlo do do inures, Ellas Klino C 00
do Stallion, A W Gregory, 8 00
2d do do B l.ce, S 00
do do S years old, Samuel Crevellng, i 00
2d do do do Win Bowman, 3 00
do hrood innro andlcolt, John Vanjojr. 0 00
2d do lilo do do Hiram l'ealur, 4 CO
do elnglo carriage horto.U llagcubuch, 4 P0
2d do do do do Wm B Pursel 2 CO
do do do mare, A Patterson,
do gelding colt, W W Mellck '
do inaro do I M White
do horso do V Magcnbuch
do maro do J Jlagenbuch
Class 2d. CATTLE.
licit Bull between 2 t S yra, Sjir. Tartel fi 00
H do do do do do Jcob Crey, S 0(t
do So between I A 2 jtt, J KeloLncr 3 00 ,
2d do do do J K Hyor, 2 00
do Iitlfcr or cow betircen 2 nnd 3 years,
Cvrns Crorollng, 3 00
do o'oTf.Alcm Vanlilow,- 6 00
2i do do Win Allen J 00
ITost lull, Wcstoy Dowtnan, 0 00
2d do do W V lcck, 00
do do under ton mMtli(,0 Barton, Jr 2 00
do hel for between 2 A 3 yo&rB, w" V Took, 3 00
do oow, 0 Uurton, Jr., & 0"
Host bull between 2 & 3 y tt, Vm Snyder 3 00
do do do I & 2 years, 0 IHrton,Jr 2 00
do hclfcr or cow between 2 nnd 3 years,
8 A Wilson. 2 00
do do cnlf under ten inontUs.D nuRbos,t 60
51 Aa do do do J K Ulcr, 1 00
do cow, C Blttcnbenilor,
llct yoko oxen, Jncob Yolio,
do lot pigs, under 3 weeks, Jns Freeio,
do display of fat hogs, Ii II lluport
Bert blooded buck, I) Hugli.s
2d do do do Cyrvs Crevellng,
3d do do do J llnRcabuoh
do nftttvo do J K Kycr,
2d do bloododewo, J llnRonbueh
1 oo ,
b 00 1
Best and largest display of poultry.
M..I.. 11 f" tttlfn..l.on.1r S Oil
, , , , T. 0 llutlcr "00
2(1 do do do I. OHUttcr - uu
do do turkeys, Jns Irooso, J
do do Muscovy clucks, John Slinnor, I 00
do Canary birds, Mrs M C Abbott, 1 00
Ti,. T irlc 1,111 M Whltmovcr. SO I
r,r ' m. I V Tvn CPrx?
Class Cft. (rJiAIA AAV bhbUb.
Best half Int. clover seed, W 11 llai;cnbuch,2 00
2d do do do do Amos V Kestor, 100
do do do timothy seed. E Krura, 2 00
uo no uu u'uv', (,,,. , 0B
do bushel red wheat, W II Huge ibucb, 2 00
do do whlto wheat, Oco ltusstlt 2 00
do do llyo, I'.lchnrd Stllos, 1 00
do" courd scod corn, Nobcmlah Rcoio 1 00
j, ,tn M llnrnnan 100
do yellow ,JoltV"'Sl, 1P0
do smoked do Jcr Ilascnbiicli, 1 no
Jo sample swcot corn, SIX cars, B 1 Vtullcr bu
no bushel oats, Uco Itujscn. u"
lo half bushel flax-seed, H chard StilOJ, 1 00
i 1 i.nLt,f iln 1 1)0
do bushel buckvvlieat. tlo i v
ClUSS'l. i J'jlrh 1A ULnS. '
lo bushel potatoes, W JIcMielmel 1 00
do do Jenny unit , u ivrutn, i
do Jersey Fhiles.llooro Crcvcllng.i uu
do Jlcrcor, Jas Freeze, 1 00
do IMnco Alhert.A 1 Kestor 1 00
do FcachlHossoni.Ms.M.IIartuian 1 00
do Jersoy Ilttckcyo, Jns Frcciu, 100
do l'lnk Kvu. MooroCrovoUnE, 100
I do rod beets, M O Vance, 60
do Tomatoes. Mrs D Huirkcs, SO
do sugar bests, Mrs W II Shocuiikcr, 50
do cabbapo, Alctn Vanhcw, ou
do parintiis, J IT IMpar, 60
do soup beans, Ievi Ailteman, 50
do garden sqifash, Ellsha Hi;onbuci, 50
do field pnratiklns Q V,r Corroll, 10
do largest sweet pumpkins, Samuel MoUck,M)
do cheeso pumpkins, li 11 Rupert, 50
do two pumpkins, John Kriimcr, 60
do two quart land beans, Richard Stiles, 50
do basket egg plant, airs a u l.ycr, sv
do lot field pumpkins, II II Moliek, 50
do largest pumpkins, Nelson MeCurty, 50
Class 8. HOUSEHOLD XAXUFAC
TIMES. do ten yards flannel, 1) Vnuderslice, 1 00
do saraplo crtrpot, Mrs, C Uittenbendcr, 1 00
2d do do do Mt Mnry Ruekel, 60
do pair mittens, Mrs M Wjncoop, 60
do liouicmailo shirt, Miss Mar)-Frcoie, 1 00
do lot quilts, Mrs W Hacttutin, 1 00
2d do do do Mrs DrJ Ramsey, 50
do pair wool bliitikots.MIss Sar.ih Conncr,l 00
do pair liniicn shoots, Mrs R I! Monagh, 50
do table cloth, Mrs M C Vanoo, 50
do pair wool hose, Reuben Willson, 5(1
do o vcrlid, Charles I.co, 60
Class 9 DOMESTIC MAXUFA CTUUES
do hard sonp, Mrs M Uoonc, 50
do cheese, Reuben Wilson, 50
do lunrblo cuke, Mrs F C Kycr, 60
do sample preserves. Mrs R 13 Menagb, 00
do fruit jelly, Miss Kato Christman, 50
do tomato presorves, II J Rceder, 50
do cucumber plekle?, Airs Freas llrown, 50
do pickles, Mrs J Roone, 50
do applobutter, I) Vandcrsllce, 60
do peaeh butter, II J Render, 50
do plum butter, Mrs 0 W Corrcll, 60
do prcsenod peaches, Mrs II 11 Mcnagh 50
do one ham, Anron llendershut, 50
do rull butter, Miss Sarah Vunderslioo, 1 00
2d do do Mrs R 11 Menagh, 50
1 do nppleple. II J Reader, 60
do peaoh pie, II J Reader, 50
uo sorghum upplubuttsr, -lrs 1. is llupcrt, 5U
do do syrup, do 50
do butter jumblea, II J lleoder, 50
do loaf bread, Samuel Mcllck, 50
CLiSS iO-FANCl ARTICLES.
Besl boiilnu, Miss H. iSharple-s. DO
tlo I.,li-ti bools, Mrc. J It. MrKoIvy, 50
do ATyhati Ihw1, Mr. G It. .M.uklo 1 01)
do small Afghan, Mrn. J. B. M Kelvy, 50
Jo 1 Tidy, Mis M Sloan, 1 00
2ilo Tiilv. Mis,s f, A. Miner,
i lf.j,,i e.,11u M,a. 14 V WnlUr
Uo SCCJUP, Mil H. V.. flll-er,
(10 liruitllllU, Alr. IJ A. HOCKIcy,
do Isur B.ikt Mn-s h H-irtin.in, 1
do Lamb wool hoc. Mi'-" M. Frefrf,
do Sticqtit, Mri. C. AI Moyer,
do Collar, Vlis Alt. Hnpert,
do WaUtli Poitltoi, Mi-s M. tlinrplcd,
do Worsted vvnrl;, Mii-s, N J I.ii-clier,
do Hair work Mi.s B. A. Worden,
ol Greal Bend. 1 00
do PuniTi:iiiliip, Mr. M Wjnltoop, 51'
do Dahliat, Mr.-. W. Kubiron. iU
do Mou-e I'luiiN in lllooiu, Mrs. R.
W. Wl-iivlt, 50
do anil larnef! vnrieiy Howets. Mrs.
W. ll'ibi-on, 50
do Neal St-witm, AJra. It Vaii'lm.-lico 50
do I'aintiim, Miss N J. I.-flior, 1 00
do lloqiirt Flower, Mir-a Bfll Rubison 50
do IlaiiKinu liafkiH, Mr-. W. Kubis'tiii, 50
do I'm Cui-li'm, Mrs. K. V. f.ni., 50
Class 1 1 FLOUR.
Heal Wheat Flour, Win. Sliuler, 2 00
do buck wheal (luur, Jus. IIu)inan, 2 00
do Rye flour, Geo. W Dreisl-am.li, 2 00
CVii ss 12 STOVES If T1XWAUE
Hum cnnkiii-; slove, Josepli SharplesS, 2 00
do r.irlur slnve, l'eier Uillmeyer, 2 U0
Class n-AUlUCUL'UL IMPLEMENTS
do Thresh Machimi,Stoiio & Hulf,lii-er,2 00
do K.inn wauon, Brob-t Si Bowman, 2 00
do Clollies wringar. L J Guun, I 00
do Clover Huller, Sliler, Walls & Co. 1 00
do Fanning ttiill, Jobii Fralick, CDiploma)
do lieaper & Mower, blllur, H alls a: Lo do
do Slraw culler, Ja. Marr.i Si Co., do
Cujj 4 WAGONS If CARRIAGES,
Bed Top Busay, Wm. Sloan & Son, 2 0(1
do Sulky, Win. Sloan k Son, 2 00
do Sligh, Michael Framz, 2 00
Class IG.-liEES, HIVES IIONEV.
Best Sample Honey, 11. J Reader, 1 00
Class 17. ff'incs ' Liquors,
BeslCurrenl wine,Mrs. A. Ilendueol, 1 00
do lilackberry.MtB. W. U. Slioeratkor,l 00
do Grape. Mrs. J. Ramsey, 1 00
do Cherry Mrs, W. Appleman, 1 00
do Rye Wliir-kuy, Nnhemiuli Rueee, 1 00
do Vinegar, Mr. 1) Uunhefi, 1 00
do Kld'b'ry wme.Mrs.W.H Shoemakerl 00
do Cherry Bounce, Mr. F. U. Her, 5P
Class 18. Manufactured Articles.
Ken Wash Siand, U. W. Corroll, 2 00
do Sole I.eaiher,Conuer & Cliriftmai) 2 00
do Up'por I.eailier, Con. & Christman 2 00
do Kip, Conner & ClirisliiKin, 2 00
do 2 Calf Skin-, Conner k Chrislman 2 00
Class 19. Fruit,
Best i bu winter apples, S. Creveling, I 00
do 4 1 all apples, Mies Clara titii-lies, I oo
do Quinces, Mrs. I W. MoKoIvy, 50
do Dwarf pears, N Ilt.uderr.liot, 50
do Dried apples, I.lir-lia llntuititicli 50
do Dried peaches, II. J Reader, 50
do Cherries, U. V. Clark, 50
Class 20, Trial of Horses, Sporting
JASt,ltrst J rot, (
Fanny Fern, Jacob Dichl, 850 00
Corroll Uorfo, J S. Hall, 810 00
Farmers' List, First Trot. '
uray JMaro, i-.liis Khnp, )io 00
Mate, Denjainln Leo, 85 00
J II. IKiai'.R, I'tf.iJeni,
L. IJ. RurisitT, Secretary
Blootneburg, Oct, 28, 1693.
If ot Alcoholic
A HIGHLY CONCENTRATED
A PURE TOJSIC
2 oo'dK. 0. M. JACKSON, Philadelphia, Pa.
3 oo ;
W II-Ij effectually cure Llvor Complaint, Dyipepilt ,
VV Jaundice, Chronic or Nervous Debility, OlieistsT
of tbo Kidneys, and nil diicasss otiilrp. from dliar
durd Llvsr or Stomach',
! tlon, Inward l'lles,
, Fulness of Hlood totho
Head, Acidity of the Stomach
FulllCSl OfWliglltiU tilt StOlllllh. SOXT
of ,, a,0laCh, Swimming of th.llrad.llur-
tlud and Dltllcult HroJthlng, Fluttering at tho
Heart, Choking or Suffocating recusations when In t'
l)lng posture, Dlmnns of Vision, Doia or Wtbt
bsforo tho sight, Fever and Dull 1'aln In'
Head, Dcilciency of Ferspiration,
Yellowness orthoSkln nnd llym,
1'Lln in tho Side. Hack, Clmit
Limbs, lie, Suddeii Fluslsi
ef I eat. Iturnlng In th.
And will positively Trevent Yellow Turar. IhlliMt'
1 ever, &c. 'Hi y c main no Alcohol or bad Whskoy,
They will curi tho abovo dl.ca.es in nlaoty.nlas
call,,olltof a mn,red.
induced by the extensive sab) and uulversol popa.
laruy oi uoouanu s ucriuau uiuers, (purely vegeis-
ble.l hosts or Ignorant Quacks and unscrupulcns lid-
venturers, havo opened upon suffering humanity ths
flooi entc; of No,',rulll, ,', ,,,,, of poor whl,itor,
vilely compounded with injurious drugs, nnd ehris-
tenod Tninrs. Htomnchlcs nnd Hitters.
Ileuare or the iiinumarablo nrray of Alcohollo prcp
parations in plethoric bottles and big bellied kegs, uo
dr the modest appellation of Hitters; which instead
of curing, only nggravata disease, and leave tho disap
pointed suffer iu despair.
IIOOFXAND'S 0EH.MAN BITTERS!
Are not a new and rtntrlsd nrtlcl", but havo stood
ho test of fifteen years trial by t ho American publit '.
and their reputation and sale, aro lit! rivalled by any
'1 ho proprietors havo thousands of blttrs fsora lb
Testifying of their own personal knowledgs, to tits
oeuciiciai euicts anu inouicai vuiucs ortucso musts.
Do you vant $cmeting to strinr.Wn ftfuf
Do you traht a good appttiut
Do you vant to bviltl up your CvmtitvtitA?
Do you leant to feet vtll?
Do yo leant to gel rid of nercoiunttt?
Do you teant energy 7
Dc you Knnt tonterp well 7
Do you Kant a brisk and vifroront feeUip t
If you do, use HOOFLAND'S GERMAN HITTERS.
From itev. J. .Vrven Drown, D. D.. Fdi'.or of the tsy.
eiope ua y ltcitgious jnoteieaje.
Although not disposed to favor or rcco omen J Patent
.Medicines in general, through distrust of their ingre
dients and effects ; 1 yet know of no sufficient renso is
why a man may not testify to Urn hem fit he buliuvos
himself to have received from any simple preparation,
in the hope that ho may thus contribute to tho b.MierU of
I do this tho more leadlly In regaid to Hxonaud's
German Hitters, prepared by Dr. C, A1. Jackson, of this
city, becnuse I was prejudiced against tt.eiu Iur ni my
yiars, under he impression that they wore chiefly a.n
alcoholic mixture. 1 nm Indebted to my friend Robert
shoemaker, Esq., for the removal of this prejudice by
proper tests, and for encouragement tu try them, wheu
suffering from great and long continued debility. Tim
use of three bottles of thesu Hitters, at the beginuin
of the present year, was followed by evident relief,
and restoration to u degree of bodily nnd mental igor
which I had not felt for sn months before, mid had al
must despaired of regaining. I therefoie thank God
and my friend for directing me to ih use of them.
J. NEW TON BUOW.V
Philadelphia, June 23, 1301.
There are many preparations told under (A, none f
Hitters, pattn juart lotttos, eompoundtd of the eheapett
whiskey or common run. costing from Oil to 40 cents ptr
gallon, the taste disguised by Jinise or Coriander Seed.
This class of Hitters has mused anil will continue
to cause, &s long as tl cy can b- sold, hundreds tu dls
tho death of the drunkard Hv their uso (he. s ,1 on is
kept continually under the Inlluence of ldeohollc slim
ul.tuH of the worst kind, the desire for Liquor Is crea
ted and kept up. and the result Is all the horrors At
tendant upon n drunkard's lifu and death.
For tlioso who desire nnd will have a Liquor Hitters,
wo publish Ihe following receipt. Get ono botllu of
lloollanil's Herman Hitters and mit With three 'ius.ru
of goud bran ly or whiskey, nnd the result will boa
preparation that will fur excel in medical virtues and
tiuo excellence any of the numerous Liquor Hl'ters in
tho market, and will cost much less. You will live
all tliulirlues of lloollaud's Hitters In conucctlun with
a goo 1 article of Liquor, at n much less pricu tnau
Ih.'sc inferior preparations will cost you.
ATTENTION SOLDIERS 1
and the rnir.xns ot boluiehb.
We rail attention to nil having relations or friends
in tho nrmy to the fret that -IHiOri.AN'li't) U'Tiinu
Hitters" will cure nine-teiitlis nf tho iliscases imluci-J
liy ui.03ure8 and privations Inciileut tu canip llfo. In
the litis, pnbli.-lipd n'lnost dally in til'1 n.iwpiipr, on
the arrival u Hie stek, it Mill lie noticeil that a ver
lurso proparlijii are iniL-riii;- ilchiliiy. livery case i.f
that Kiml can be renilily turcil liy Hnullami's (Jeriiiau
(litters. Diseases resulting Iruni ilisoriJers of 111' !
festive orftaus arc speedily retlioveil. Uii have uo
hesitation" in stating that, if these Hitters were free'y
used ainung our soldiers, hundreds of live, miglil lo
saved that otherwise will lie lust.
Wc call particular attention to the follon ins remark
able and well authenticated cure of nue uf the nation's
heroes, whoso life, to line his own language, "h.s li'jcn
saved by the Hitters."
Philadelphia. August 3. 1S63.
Messrs, JonetS; Evans, - Well, gentlemen, our Hoof
land's (.eriiinn Itilters has saved my life. There Is Do
mistake in this. It is vouched for by nunibnrs of my
comrades some if uhto names aro appended, and
win, were fully cognizant of nil Ilia circumstances of
iny rase. I am, nnd havo been for the last luur years,
.1 member uf Sherman's eclihrated battery, aud under
tho immediate command of Capt It. 11. Ayres. Through
the exposure attendant upun my ardnroiis duties. I was
attacked ill November last with iulluniuiatlon of tin
lnui;s, aud was lor sevent-tvu days in the hospital.
I was then removed from tho White House, and i-cnt
to this city on board tho Steamer "State of Maine,"
froinwliirh i lauded on tho -V-th of June. Since that
time I have been about as low usany onu could be and
still retain ii spark of vitality. 1'or a week or moro 1
nas scarcely able to swallow anything, and if I did
force a morsel down, it was immediately thrown up
I could not even keen a (tlass of water nn my stomach,
I.ifn could not last under these circumstances ; and, ac
cordingly, the physii iuus uhu had been working laith
fully, though unciii'CetGfully, to resiuu me from tin
grasp of th dread Arrhcr, frankly told mo they could
do no more for me, and advised rue to see a clergyman,
and maku such disposition uf my limited funds as be.l
suited me. All acquaintance who viuitod mo at Ilia
hospital, .Mr. l'redenck Stcinbron, uf i nil below Arch
Street, advised inc, as a forlorn hope, to try your Hit
ters, and kindly procured a bottle, From tho timo I
commenced taking them tho ploomy shadow of i path
receded, and I am now, thank (Jod for it, getting better.
Though I havo taken but two bottles, I have gained
ten pounds, and I feel sanguine of being permitted to
rejoin my wife and daughter, from whom I have heard
liutliing for eighteen months; for, gentlemen, I am a
lojal Virginian, from the vicinity of 1'ront .loyal. To
our vuliinblo Hitters 1 owe Ihe certainty uf lilu wnich
has taken the place of vague fears to yatir Hitters
will I owe tlu glorious privilege of again clasping to
my bosom tkoso who are dearest to me iu life.
Very truly yours,
Wo fully concur In the truth of the abovo statement
as we had ucspulrcd or seeing our comrade, .ilr. Jlu-
Inne, restored to health
Johu ttuddleback, 1st Vew York .lattery.
Geoige A. Ackley, Co. (.,. 1 1 111 Maine,
Lewis Cheuallcr, 02d New York,
1. U. Spencer, 1st Artillery. Ualtery P.
J. II. I'asewcll, Co 11, 3d Vermont,
Henry H. Jerome, Co, U. do.
Henry T. MacUonald, Co C tith Maine,
John T. Ward.Co.U.Stl, Maine,
Herman Koch, Co. II.. 7'.'d N ew York,
Nathaniel II. Thomas, Co. I'., USth I'cnn.,
Andrew J, Kimball, Co. A., 3d Vermont.
John Jenkins, Co. 11., lUtUh 1'i.uu.
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS,
See that the signature ef "C, M. JACKdON," is oa
the WRirrsn of each bottle.
wucB I'Cit norri,E 73 cr.NTa,
on iiAi.r doz. Foit 51 00.
Shoul J jour nearest druggist not have the article,
do riot be put ofl' by any of the intoxicitiiig prepara
tions that may be olTercd in its place, but send to us.
' '' -o will torwnrd, securely packod, by express.
Principal Office and Manufuctoryt
Wo. OJJI Arch Street.
Jones & Evans,
(Successors to G, M. JACKSON tt Co.,)
K5" I,0rt8l,P.by nrujsl.li and Hcalsfi h tvry
town in Ihi United fltatsi,
Octob'T 3. Ht53-itrntj.