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BDtTHD BY tEVI L. TATEf r-ROrRtETOR
Saturday, November 7, 1S03,
rOK PRESIDENT IN 18B4,
GEORGE B, M'CLELLAN
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Icroourso as' Editor and Pitrons,
N. B. Wo shall again bo compcllad as
we were at, tho opening of the present vol
utno, in last March, lo'crnso tho names of
oil who Tvorc unreasonably in arrears and
prosecute their accounts to collection.
A Scandalous Business.
The country may make up its mind,
says tho Wo Id, that the campaign in Vir
ginia is. over until after tho New York
election, for tho reason that tho army is
being depleted ofN. York soldiers coming
homo to vote. An order has alroad y been
issued by Stanton allowing a furlough to
all disabled or sick soldiers of tho New
York regiment's, who may at once return
to their homes, at tho public expense, and
remain until tho 10th of November next.
Of oourso, only suoh as aro of tho right
stnpo will bo allowed to oomc home, and
wo further understand that this order ap
plied to ailing soldiers in camp as well as
those in Hospitals. Tho object, of oourso
is to send home cvory soldier who pledges
bimsolf to voto for tho Republican ticket.
He will be allowed to play siok if his poli
tics aro all right.
When tho war office organ and the ad
ministration papers announced that Gen
eral Meade could not do anything for
three weeks, beoause it would take that
much time to repair tho railroad destroyed
by the rebels, they offered it as an excuse
for the enforced idlenoss of tho army which
will really bo due to tho absence of tho
New York troops.
The New York State Election.
The New York Express, printed at half
past two o'clock on Tuesday afternoon,
has the following remarks upon the elec
tion then in process :
'If tho voto in this city be on indica
tion of that of tko State,'. the Stato has
gone Republican by an emphatic majority.
Tho voto hero is light and tho Democratic
majority will be reduced from 8,000 to
10,000, it may bo. There arc various
pauses which have led to this result, which
it would not bo profitable to diseuss, in
print, but such as have beon foreseen for a
long tirao by intelligent observers. Suffice
it to say it is not from ttfa decrease ol
Democratio strength, but from domestic
causes, that keep that strongth quiet.
"From 20,000 to 30,000 soldiers ol
Gen. Meado's army have been imported
into and upon Now York, some in some
cases hero in this city, voting by squads,
in military order, under offioial direction.
The spectacle in a sad ono, but is nothing
new in tho history of Republics, and is
generally tho preoursorof their conversion
into military governments, or military des
potisms. ''A cause, and not a small ono, of the
diminished Democratio voto, is the desire
'to givo tho Abolitionists full sweep to see
what they will do.' Tbey reason, that 'it
is tho only way to run them out.' Wo do
riot respond to this speoios of logic, but
it has kept at home hundreds and hun
dreds of voters."
RevelutloH iu Orangcville.
Mr. Wsi. Fritz, heretofore ono of tho
most quiet and respectablo citizens of Or
angeville, sinco his return from the East
am Cities, it is said, has oaused a porfect
hurricane in tho usually peaceful village
of Orangevillo. This is caused by tho in
troduction of tho largest and best assort
ment of Nuw Goods ever yet oponed there
for publio inspection and salo. His stock
of Ladie's Dress Goods, Shawls, Cloaksi
Silks, Cloths, &o., with piles of Ready
Mado Clothing, challengo competition and
will be sold at great bargains,
Read his advorti&ement in our columns,
and away to Orangoville.
Illumination iu Light Street.
Hon. Peteb Ent, has replenished his
store with Now Good, and tho occasion
caused unusual commotion in Light Street.
The illumination has attracted attention of
tha oonntry and oaused a great rush.
Customers are always quick to learn
whore to get bargains and sever fail to
improve the earliest and best opportunity.
Ir seventy-fivo thousand officials were
required to produce sixty thousand con
teripla from the last draft, how many will
ft like to get ,(thre hundrid ihousiDd'
mors !" .
Economy is th,o Way lo Wealth.
Mosirs.- II. W. OnASY & Brother are
till drawing New Goods into Light Street.
Tills firm always", sell goefd ,goods very
cheap, nnd their customers have re1iiod
tho truth of tho motto ("Economy Is tho
way to wealth." Their ndvortiscmont will
bo found renewed in to-day's Columuia
I The State Senate. Tho Democrats
gained 3 Senators in tho lato election, so
that at tho next session, the Sonate will
, stand, politically, 10 Domoorats to 17 Ah-
omionisis. uy a singular Ireak ol fortune, . Wood, E. 0. Eycr, N. 1). Sactco.
ono of tho Abolition Senators Harry I On "Criticisms" tho following persons
White, of tho Indiana and Armstrong dis- woro appointed a Committee viz : Mr,
trict happens to bo a prisoner in Rioh- James Foster Miss E. W. Bogcrt, M. E
mond, having been captured at Winohcs. Lazarus.
tor last June. Should ho not bo released Tho Instituto being now fully organized
boioro tho first Tuesday of January, tho' Prof. Walker dolivcred a lecture on
Scnato will bo tied, and tho organization ; ''Tho Rise, Progress, Influonoo and Im
of that body will become a matter of doubt portanco of Teacher's Institutes."
and perhaps delay. It is said, however,! On motion, tho mooting adjourned to
that tho chief Abolition manager, Morrow meet at 1:30 P. M.
B. Lowry, has gone to Washington, to Afternoon Session.
call into requisition all the powers of tho Tho exercises in Arithmotic was con
Government for tho purposo of effecting ducted by Prof. Walker. A lecture on
Senator White's exchange or release. If "Eduoation" was then delivorod by E. J.
those fail, tho knowing ones say ho will
resign, and a new election will bo ordered,
As tho District is strongly Abolition, this
can make no change in the political com
plexion of tho Senate But, whother theso
arrangements can all bo mado beforo tho
meeting of tho Logislaturo, remains to be
A Draft for Sixty Thousand. Tho
number of men to bo drafted from this
Stato, unless her quoto shall bo fillod up
by volunteering by tho 1st of January,
(tho prospect of which does not seem very
promising at present,) will bo about 60,
000 that is, her quota of 38,208 volun
teers, with tho deficit on tho last draft ad
ded. If New York fails to secure its quo
ta of 00,378 men under tho recent call
for volunteers, and a draft is mado in Jan
uary, there will bo a defioit of 47,057 to
mako up on tho present draft a total of
108,045 to bo drafted. In liko manner
tho quota of volunteers to bo furnished by
this Stato is 38,208. If a draft is neces
sary to complete this quota, and tho do
ficit of tho July draft is mado up, the total
quota to be drawn from Pennsylvania will
bo about 00,000.
An Order. The President has caused
an order to bo read to tho army, threaten
ing the soldiers with the severest punish
ment for speaking disrespeotfully of him.
When tho great Caesar declared himself
Dictator in Rome, the soldiers were In tho
habit of uttering and singing the most dis
gusting lampoons and scandals against
him, up and down the lines of the whole
army. But Cawar gave no orders forbid-
mg it. When the personalities became
too bad for enduranco,hc caused his friend
Appius to write in his defense, denying
tho truth of tho things uttered against him
in the army.
The Way it Was Done. A corres
pondent to the Age, writes as follows :
' Last Wednesday, Mr. Covodo of
Pennsylvania, one of tho successful can-
didates. at the recent election in Pennsyl
vania, to Secretary Stanton, in tho War j
Uihce.made somo congratulatory remarks
on no success 01 mo itopuuiicans in that
State. 'I elected Governor Curtin,' Mr.
Stanton replied, 'for J sent him 15 000
more voters tfian he had majority.' This 1
was said vauntingly, aloud, in the presence
of a crowd, ono ot whom repeated it to us."
Thanksgiving Proclamation. Gov.
Curtin has issued a Proclamation, in ac
cordanco with the recommendation of tho
President, setting apart the last Thursday
of November, as a day of Thanksgiving
to God for tho fruits of the earth and the
numerous blessings which wo, as a Peo
ple, havo enjoyed during the past year.
Tho .day will doubtless be observed in
Pennsylvania in the spirit of tho recom
mendation. We call attention to an artiolo from the
Richmond Examiner, tho organ of Jeff.
Davi3, by which it will bo seen that tha
rebels aro just as much rejoiced at tho
sucoess of Curtin as tho Black Republicans
here aro. Thoy say tho success of tho
Administration iinurcs a final separation,
because it destroys all hopo and drives
tho South to unity. They feared Demo
cratio success, they rejoioe at Democratio
TriE Abolitionists are constantly "rc
solving," in their publio meetings that
tho war shall ba "vigorously prosecuted"
and the rebellion "crushed." It is an ob
scrvabla fact, however, that but precious
few of them manifest a willingness to as
sists personally in tho "crushing out."
Democratic Victory in Nebraska.
The Democrats havo carried tho eleotion
in Nebraska, electing two-thirds of the
members of the Council,
Mayoralty Election in Detroit.
Detroit Nov. 3. Mr. Barker, Democrat,
was olected Mayor to-day by about 300
A contemporary says "that eternal rig
ilenoe is the prioo of Liborty." No sir
throe hundred dollars is the price of Lib
The number of rebel officers now in oar
binds it upwards of 3,600.
Toachor's Instltuto. j
Minutes of tho Teacher's Instilulo hold
Monday. Oct. 20, 1803.
Pursuant to a call, a number of teach
ers and othors atsomblcd, at tho appointed!
timo, 'Jn tho Academy building in ths
Tho mooting was organized by tho eloo
lion of tho following Officers, viz
President, Nr. Alien Mncv.
Vice Presidents. Prof. II. D. Walker,
. Dr. G. W. Lot. Rev, D. 0. John.
Asst. Scclys. 0. 0. Hughes, Samuol
Bowman, Esq,, of Berwick
Prof. Walker next explained his method
of tcaohing Arithmetic
On motion tho mooting adjourned o
meetat Gj30 P. M.
A leeturo was delivered by Rev. Mr.
Goodrioh, subject, "Marriage."
Tho subject, 'How to win tho ''Co-oper
ation of Paronts," was discussed,
Mr. Marcy addressed tho audienco on,
''The preservation of Order in tho School
room.'' On motion tho Benediction was pro
nounced and tho meeting adjourned.
Tuesday, Oct. 27.
Devotional exercises were conducted by
Tho committee on "Criticism," sub
mitted a report.
A lesson on "Grammar," was conduct
cd by Prof. Walker.
Mr. White then delivered a leoturo on,
and conducted an exercise in Music.
Mr. Marcy, delivered a leeturo on, and
conducted a class exorciso in Reading.'
Tho meeting then adjourned to meet at
the usual hour.
On motion of Prof. Walker, tho order
of business was changod, A number of
toaohers camo forward, and a thorough
examination in Mental Arithmetic and
Orthography was conducted by Mr. Marcy.
After Prayer by Rev. J. R. Dimin, the
meeting adjourned to meet at the usual
Rev. D. 0. John delivered a lecture on
"Tho Importance of Introducing tho Biblo
in all our Common Schools."
Addresses on tho samo subject wero do
livcred by Revs. Dinirn and Goodrich, and
After prayer by Rev. D. C. John, tho
Wednesday, Oct. 28.
Devotional exercises were conducted by
Rev. D. C. John.
The report of Committee on Criticisms
was read. An exoreiso in Grammar was
conducted by Prof. Walker.
An oxerciso in Phonctica and Spelling
, . , - v f ,
9 P y
in Part by P1,01" Walker. Tho meeting
then adjourned to meet at the usual hour,
A number of questions having been
handed in, a part were answered by Prof.
Walkor, a part by Mr. Marcy, and a part
by Rev. D. C. John.
To draft Resolutions tho following per
sons were appointed a Committeo, viz :
Rev. D. 0. John, Dr. Georgo W. Lott,
Dr. Jacob Sohuyler, Miss Nanoy S. Lock
hart, Miss E. W. Bogart.
The question, Resolved that 'Corporal
Punishment should be excluded from tho
school-room,' was discussed at some length.
Tho meeting then adjourned to meet at the
Rev. J, R. Dimm delivered a leeturo
on the subjeot, "Our Country and her
Tho following resolutions was read and
Resolved, That wa recognize tha Teach
ers' Institute as one of iho most useful mid
etlicienl means of making good te.ictiHr,
and that wo roganl lhnm as essential in Hid
successful operation of the Commim Srhonl
Syftoin, which is the pride and glnryof our
P.esolved, That we believu mnrul and in
tellectual education should go hand in Imnd,
that the combination of the two is abso
lutely necessary to iho symmetrical devel
opment of iho mind, and ihu iii-cornplUh-ment
of tho purpose lor which eduoalion in
designed. Wo therefore recommend the
introduction of the Bible lo some extent in
all our schools.
Rtsolvtd, That wo regard intelligence as
indispensable to the maintmiauco of a Re
publican form of (lovernmen', and look up
on our Common Schools ns the only means
of elevating Iho people abovo iho sway of
partizansliip and thu bondage of ignorance.
Resolved, That wo lender our thanks to
(hose who have given their influence lo the
good cause by their presence und participa
tion in ihu exercises of iho Institute.
Resolved, Thai we lender our thanks to
the cilizensof Orangevillo, for iho kind and
hospitablo entertainment they have given
us during the session of (he Instituto,
D. C. JOHN, Chairman.
On mollon of Sup'i Barkley, an appoint
ment was made for a mealing of thu Teach
ers of Columbia Co. lo bo held at lilooms
burg on Saturday, the l-Ith day of Novem
ber next. Said meeting to commence at
10 o'clock, A. M.
Prof. Walkor delivered a leolure on "Tho
Mansgement ol Common tfchooli."
Tho Committee on Criticisms aubm illoil
On motion of Prof Walker n vole of
thank? wa tendered to Ilnv. Goo'lleli,
Dimm nml John, and Sup't. Marcy, for the
pari taken by lliom In the exercises of llio
On mollon of lev. J. It. Dimm it won
agreed Dial n synopsis of tho minutes bo
published In tho county papers.
Tho exorcises wore agreeably iulerspors
cd throughout with vireal and ItiMrutnental
On motion of Prof. Walker, afier a pray
er by Nov. H, A. Sliarretts, tho meeting ad
jiiurnud sine die.
A DEL MARCY, I'res'l.
B. F, Hugiiks, Suc'y.
A Propliosy Mr. Ohaso.
f from the Cincinnati Enqulrcr.J
In n private letter, writton tho other day
Mr. Vallandigham say3 :
"I observe that Mr. Chose is making
himself merry over my eallo and defeat.
Well, that is all right, too. But I remem
ber when, a fow years ago, tha namo of
Salmon P. Chaso was tho synonym of
everything odious and vile j and when ho
was ono of tho loaders of a party not num
bering in tho wholo United States one
tenth part as many as tho votes whioh I
received in Ohio, at the lato election, and
poor and humble enough to be content with
the crumbs which foil from tho colored
people's tablo at the Barker street chapel.
My friond, Mr. James Brooks, remembers
also, when ho nscuod Mr. Chase from tho
violences of a mob in Dayton, and led
him, all trembling, by tho arm to a place
of safety. NowySnlmon P. Chatois high
in wealth and position, clothed in purplo
and finulincn,and faringsumptuously every
day, while I am the subject of his scoffs as
an exile. But I shall livo to 6cc tho tim
when Mr. Chaso will bo rent to pieces by
tho whirlwind which ho has contributed so
much to raise ; and made tho victim of
tho very mob beforo which ho now
triumphs and oxults, as did Belshazzar at
his feast; and when 'Uncle Abo's pardon'
will be of os little valuo to save him,as one
of 'Uncle Abe s vulgar josts. I may havo
to 'watch and wait' for the time, but it will
como ; and I shall then be at homo and in
honor. Lst him and his friends laugh
New York Election.
N. Y., Nov. 3. 11 P. M. Tho elcc
lion in this city passed off very quietly.
The vote is unusually a light one.
Tho following arc the majorities in tho
different wards of this city, aa far as heard
from, on the voto for Secretary of Stato :
j.' irai waru aiu UCtti. mat
o .i .. J
ouuonu wiru 47
Third ward 105
Fifth ward 607
Sixth ward 2,018
Seventh ward 1,431
Eighth ward 1,010
Tenth ward 039
Eleventh ward 2,380
Thirteenth ward 1,087
Fourteenth ward 2,009
Twenty-second ward .... 883
Sixteenth ward 14 Abo
The vote in tho State as far as heard
from shows a large Republican majority.
New Jersey Election
Atlantic Oity,Nov. 3. Atlantic'coun
ty, from present indications, hss gone
Trenton, Nov, 3. Mercer county, As
sembly, Trenton district, Weart, Demo
crat, 340 majority. First district, Uruere,
Abolition, oleoted. Third district, Weart,
Abolition, eleoted. Majorities small.
Burlington, Nov. 3. Burlington coun
ty, elects three Abolitionists and ono Dem
ocrat to tho Assembly. The Abolition
Sheriff and Clerk wero elected by 000
majority. Tho Abolition gain over last
year is nearly 700.
MiIiWaukie, Nov. 3. Tho voto in this
city gives Henry L Palmer, Democrat,
for Governor, 1,000 majority, showing an
Abolition gain of 2,200.
Scattering returns show largo Abolition
gains all over tho State. Tho Abolition
majority in the State will rcauh 15,000.
The 300,000 More.
The Governor having issued his procla
mation, calling "on tho good and loyal
fieemcn of this Commonwealth to enlist in
the scrvico of the United States under tho ,
proclamation of the President," and the
quota ot the btato being only 38,268, we
are anxiously waiting to see tho number
furnished without unnecessary delay from
tho ranks of the 200,000 "loval" rebel
crusher who cast their votes for Andrew
G. Curtin on the 13th of October, thereby
pledging themselves to sustain all tho war
measures of Mr. Lincoln. When will tho
League movo in this matter? Don't all
spoak at onoc when ! Will they answer
or must echo do it for them ?
Patiiot and Union.
We have been watching tbo progress of
tho draft .in this District to sco how
many of tho Republicans that wero drafted
would go lo tho war. And how many do
you think havo g mo ? Not one. Thoy
all try to got oloar on tho scoro of "disa
bility,'1 and failing in this, ihcy sock down
tho 8300. Any thing but fight, Tho
drafted Republicans hereabouts aro tho
most afflicted set of men wo over heard of.
Thoy demand a ''vigorous proseoution of
tho war," but when thoy happen to bo
drafted, thoy either Jiave dyspepsia "rheu
matics," lumbago, dofectivo oyo-sight or
somo eutiroly incurable disease that no
Physician cvor board of. They aro all
too unhealthy to go ''let tho d dcop-
perheads go'that's their doctrine.
"Irrevocable Separation Hie Paramount
From tho Richmond Examiner, Oct. 34,
In tho two great democratio States of
Pennsylvania nnd Ohio tho Candidates on
tho side of war and tho administration
havo been elected bv larco majorities. -
trn I. t.-.l .... .-J 4.! 1
V aiinnuiguam is urusiiuu uui uuu ins put
ioy of "peac9 demooraoy" along with him.
It goes as wo expected
Repeatedly, in tho Enquvir, wo havo
demonstrated that among our Yankee en
enues there was no difforcuoo to u.5 J that ,
lltn 1 n in n n t n i a trAcn a t-,s n 1 1 . nniM.ltAI
with tho republicans, that tho "copper-
head" movement, with oil its Knights of
tho Golden Cirole, was merely a contri-
vanco for bringing baok the democratio
party nits power, and that immediately on
that happy event tho peaoo domoorats
would all bo war democrats. The busi -
ness of that country is war by war thoy
livo and movo. Tho credit of their our-
rent monoy, and its power to purchaso tho
necessaries of life, depend entirely upon
war j tho income and daily broad of eaoh
family is derived from tho war; thoreforc
all principles and policies yield to tho
grand principlo and policy of war. Ar
dently as democrats and copperheads do
siro to havo fur thomselves the manage
ment of tho national business, and tho
handling of the national money, yet they
all know that thoy cannot do without tho
war at all. Theroforo it was bv skilfnllv
representing that the vigorous prosecution
of the war would be impaired by any con-
demnation of tho Presidents present poli-
oy that the populations of those two dem-
ocratic States havo been induced oven to
forego their party interests and prcdiloo-
tions, even to renounce the hopo of office
and spoils, and to swallow black republi
canism whole subjugation, abolition and
nll,ofl.n. . .1.. I.-...,. ., 1
This result, bo it matter of regret or
othorwiso, was inevilablo at tho present
stage of tho affair. Tho war lever, like
any other malady, had to go through all
its range of symptoms and roach its crisis
in tho regular way. It was not to be
hoped that whilo tho patient was yet pleth
oric and full of blood tho fever would sud
denly abato of itself. Tho Yankee nation
is btill iu the wild, unrostrained enjoyment
of an artificial prosperity. New York
city, as wo learn from its press, was never
so luxurious and extravagant, never so
abandoned to pleasure and lieenso. On a
certain fine day last week, says tho Her
ald, over six thousand carriages wero
counted in the Contral Park on the same
day ; all the hotels of tho city wore full to
overflowing, and tho streets wore almost
impassablo from the throng of convoy an
ocs and pedestrians j railroad and canal
stock have advanced far beyond all former
oxperienoe ; tha mighty hosts of contrac
tors, naval and military, havo theit hands
full, and manufacturers aro paying fabulous
wages. Tho wholo land has ib veins in
jected, swelling and throbbing with un
natural life ; and in full career of its war
liko passion, all goos merry as a marriago
bell. Was it in human nature that this
delirious fever patient should subside all
at once, beforo tho ninth day, into a cool,
refreshing sleep, and awake whole and
Neither is tho continuance of tho par
oxysm a thing to bo regreted, becauso tho
longer and more vehement the excitement
the more utter and prostrating will bo tho
collapse. All that high wrought lifo is
false, morbid and hectic; it is not health,
but mortal disease, and the patient must
eather die of it, or else, after a hard strug
gle and absoluto exhaustion, slowly recov
er, a sadder and a wiser man.
Tho wholo of that imposing structure,
standing so fair and sumptuous in the en
emy's country, is a house built on sand,
or rather on paper. The longer they
can prop and shoro it up building addi
tional stories on it all tho while the great
er will bo tho fall thereof- When it shall
have fallen down a hideous wreck, when
national bankruptcy shall havo come, and
r. . -, l. .1 : 1 : -r n. . , ,
uiiucr uisiujniuu ui oiiiin, uuu civil war
nnrl ntiflvnti,, , 1 , nnnenr.it l.n nC Lnnl,
rup(oy) ,heD( and not till thoU) we Beo
... ond of tL
And it is better so. To make suro that
our separation, as lo distinct political com-
mxnitln. n nnnwlnin nrA nlnnnnl
. ... . . . .. .
narhn, VtnArftlll tliftt IhA tn.w Hn frttlnh, In
r. 1 ' , . .. .
the very end that is to say, to the entire
, .. - , ,, , . m,
destruction of the Yankeo nation. Thd
longer thoy carry on tho war, and tho
more atrooious thoy mako it, tbo more im-
nnaeililn if nrill rn f litf li n - Ldmil A astta
r ' . ; 7 , .
BO auywort ot umou Between US anu mat
detested people. A year ago there wero
many "reconstructionists" in Virginia, to
ciay uuiuiug ot oincr states wo mean a
sort of partial -constructionists, looking
to reunion with some selcot States of tho
Yankeo nation, and, Ol COUrSO, on "lion-
, . '
orablo terms." WllOre nro thoy now I
Tho continued and still increasing brutal-
tv nf nnr rnnr., in nll M, r:n,,. nr.n.
pled by their troops, but moro especially
..j - wfj.vu ui.vu-
tllO distinct polioy of cntiro Subjugation,
-il. nf ,Un.n 0... m . '
with the reduction of tbeso States to Tor
ritorios, universal confiscation, disfran
chisement, disarmament, and a settlement
of our InniU l.v V:inlfon nrnnrlifnrtl,iB
-. j r..r. .... ..
plain polioy, announced by Lincoln and
adopted by generals, ministors, platforms
of republicans, nnd now deliberately sane
tioned by tho Ohio and Pennsylvania elec
tions, has opened tho oyos and nerved tl.o
hearts of thousands of weak and well in -
tontlonod men, who drcamod of ponoo on (
"somo tonus, nnd who now Know tnai
they can havo pence on no terms eavo stir
. .- ... , . , . i i
rentier at uiscrction ana atgeot vassaingo i
to tho meanest and most vulgar race of (
bc!ngs on nll lWa cartllt Theroforo, soy
L . i m..i, nMi,..) uL yJ
I. . . . . .... I
let every Yankee Gonoral bo ns Milroy,
and Butler, and Roscorans, and Burntido,
let tho printing presses of Ohaso rest not,,
noitlior bv day nor votbv niaht ! let Nor-,
- 'them cities revel and run riot on paper
wealth, based on tho credit of lands in
f J .... ! it. ... . 1 i I
wholo Yonkoo nation, drunk and mad with
passidn, rush olong in their insano dream
'of conquest and triumph, and pleasure, to
tho very edgo l tho abyss of perdition,
i and then down with them all to tho Devil
1 It is wholojomo for our people to look
on and see that extraordinary nation, thus
nossosscd bv an evil BDirit. and running vi-
olently down a steep place to tho sea, liko
tho swlno in tho country of tho Garda
rencs. There is small temptation to link
ourselvos to their fato and fortunes ; next
year there will bo still less ; and if thore
bo yet living among us any soft headed
rcoonstructioniit or submissionist, ho will
then be cured.
Whereas, wo should havo dreaded the
evil effects of Vallandigham and his cop
perheads, and his moral suaeion, united,
as it would be, with a vigorous prosecution
of tho war in one hand tho sword, in
the othor money bribes, party nlliancos,
j constitutional guaranties, and "honorable
terms." Thoso influences would still have
j found, wo fear, certain of tho meaner and
more stupid Confederates ready to listen
and to respond to tho falso promises of
Ynnkees. A crop of Unionists would an
pear again ; the natural allies of Northern
copperheads aro Southern blookheads, and
original auti Exodisls would again snuff
at the fieshpots of tho Egyptians.
Far better as it is , tho present pro
gramme happily insuros to us a complete.
final nnd irrevocable separation from Yan
kces, whioh is the paramount political
good. As tho President truly said at Sel
ma, "Only by force of arras could the
Yankees be brought to reason, or their
plans for our subjugation be defeated."
On tho 1st hint, by the Rav. Wm. J.
Eycr, Mr. Josui'ii B. Knitted, ofOcn
trcville, to Miss Reuecca Bahlinoer, of
On the 20thult.,by Rev. V. Goodrich,
at the residence of tho bride's father Mr.
Thomas C. Kester, to Miss Nancy J
Kramer, both of Mount Pleasant twp.,
l ISA TIIS,
In Bloomsburg, on Saturday, 3Uth ult..
ItoiiERT, son of Judge Elwell, aged 2
years and 10 months.
In Bloomsburg, on Friday the 30th of
October 1863, George Dallas Fry, son
of Cyrus aud Ulnra Fry, aged 15 years,
7 months, and 27 days.
At Town Hill, Luz. co , Oct. 26th, of
Malignent Diptheria, Charlie T., only
son of P. C. and Lizzie T. Wadsworth,
aged tour years.
At the residence of P.O. Wadsworth,
at Town Hill, Luzorce county, Nov 2d,
of diptheria, Clinton Davis, aged about
fifteen years, s ieond son of Leidy Davis.
At Bueh Horn, on the 31st of Oo'ohor,
Mrs Anna Rkfce, widow' of the lato V
liocce, aged 00 years, 9 months and 30
In Salom township, Luzerne dounty, on
Tuesday msrning last, Andrew Court
WRIGHT, efq., aged about 77 years.
In Locust twp., Columbia co., on the
20th of October, Samuel Wary, aged
about 62 years.
CkAMEtn tlia premises of iko ul)crl!ir. In Centre
t tnwimlilp, Columbia county, on or about tlie firit of
August last, a
i ' a iuck color, with white spots tiio owner is rc
Drove nroncrtv. Dav tliarpea nml tnki. Mm
away, olbcrwisc ha will be disposcn of accorilitiB to
tho direciiuns of tha law
Centre twp., Nov. 7, 1803-3t
Estate of Peter Hess, dee'd.
LETTER!' of ailininihtrntion on the Estate of Tetcr
Hess, late of Higarloaf twp., Columbia co., decM.
have been granted bv tlio Uf'outnr nf f?niiii,in m
Dm 1111 II Pr.fcn I'll nil n.rinn. Iin.-ltm li,,to n, .I.-
estate of ho decedent are re-juetted to present them to
IMR Allllliniilrntnr 111 Ilia nulr nnnn in .n .1
8lii-without delay, suit all persons indebted to make
HENRY C HESS, Adm'r.
Nov. 7, sc3.-cw si oo.
I HnilE peoplo of tho county of Columbia
A , respectfully, iuformod that the undersigned'
fn' JJJ'rSk OFPICF
, absuht.ul.m- ui
T,obe fou"d "nywhera In tho County, consisting nf
i Note. Letter, Legal nnd -Cap l'aper. Tens, Holders,
renclls, Ink und Envelopes; ALSO
NEW AND SECOND-HAND BOOIvS,
WoTS- S?.,"!,',lLnB "''ry. Poelry.Flellon.Th..
i ryr4 musy unu uinciastics.
,vhlc'' lertlom can bo made, and Hooks furnished to
, ' ie' ' WW M with Nc w Vork Agni s.
BOOKS, DOCUMENTS, PAMPHLETS
and Speeches and copies of tho United States, anJ
mat0 -"""tutioni, iu arlous stjles. alwayson hand
JUIl. O, FREEZE.
, t'ollimbiis Malo and Female Academy,
I And Normal Institute.
j X Monday.'..." 8J WWiWifi
lffiiffiliftlillJ?Wtli:la,i bi p -
' yfW cot.imbu..&Mfl5wVAM' '' M ' r'""1
MORE MEN WANTED I
EVOLUTION IN HIGH PRICES.
; LARGE ARRIVAL OF
171r Vr T7"i. ,-. iP 1
Al1 VV IMCr OOUS,
AT PETER ENT'S STORE.
1 f -kpcnin-.nt Lh? oMtundauiy occupiod bj a
& Ltiti a ttwcndid osiottincnt of
I tflSii ISiiS li'i
i w,llclnv111 be,0,J t"Mn ,or
I nLf uSSKSlSSHS.?,
I d latoit ra.mon.
READY MADE CLOTHING.
BOOTS & SHOES. nATS & CAPS.
In short my thlnt; uiubIij kept In a country stors
The patrouase of old friends, and the public innornl,
ty, Is respectfully so Idled.
The hlchct market price paid for country projueo.
. Lljht Street, Nuv. 7, 18C3. ' ' '
IF YOU WANT TO BUY
Fall & Winter Goods,
frcasj's Store, in Llglil Street, Pa.
Who Keeps nil Kin Is of
Puints, Ac, &o.
In addition to our large stock of Dry Ono.'s, w hir
a large nnd full assortment of Ready .Made Clothing
lor Men ami Hoys wear which we are deleruilneJ to
sell cheaper til in can be bought elsewhere. Call aol
sec, and judge for yourselves,
, . II. V. CKEAB Y L. CO.
Light Street, Nov. 7. 1B03.
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE.
JN PUilU KNX'E of on order f the Orphans' Court of
I Columbia county, nn Valurday, the twenty nchth
day of November next, at III o'clock in the fori noon,
IVterEnt, adminintrntnr of Alem .Marr. Intn ofdcolt
ton nship, iu said con lty, deceased, will uxnnaa to sits
by l'ublic Vendue, on the premiss, a attain
Tract of Land,
Situate in Scott township, in said county, iiTTjj-
beginning nt the north corner of Caleb liar- LVV,
igt,, ton's farm, being on the north line ty
JsiJ? ' 'irp-u, i. nn-i Ijiog b.lll ot
''iJX Caleb lla.tonaud Ellas Krum.and
-. rrm. adjoining John Robiion on the
M'litu, and Harmon Kline and Jacob Keltsr oa the east,
and twenty pcrchPs, strict measure. Late the Rststi
of said deceased, situatu In Dm mwmliin nf H-nii n,t
Jicon Etiuit. Clrrk,
TERMS. One fourth of the purchaso money to bi
paid on continuation of sale, ami b ilance in one year
from confirmation, with iuti-rest from confirmation by
the Court. l'El'ER ENT, Administrator.
Uloouiiburg, Uctobsr 31, liC.t.
First Great Arrival.
PALL & WINTER GOODS I
The undersigned, has, just replenished his Store
lloufo in Orangcville, with a well-selected arssroUueal
f FALL & WINTER GOODS
Consisting in part of Cloths, Hilks, Muslins. Cesil
mere, Ginghams, Calicoes, Shawls, Hosieries, Carpels
and Ladiis' l'isi v Dress Goods, generall,from Uili
75cts and l'rints from li toQicts,
KEADY MADE CLOTHING.
Mali, Hoots & Shoes-Mackerel .Molaasses, Pu;sr fc
With all oincr artiles. usually kept in couutrySt res,
to uhich he Invites til j early attention of old and lew
customers. Having been nt the City in the right iiim
bought low and paid cash he wilt be able to coio;cti
with the best, and sell for small profits aud pr(
pay. His friends aru iultei to pop in and see Us
Orangeville, Nov 7. 1603.
FOR DECEMHr.U TKRM, 1803.
Ilenlon Thoaias Seigfrird,
ilriarcreek-Moses Davis, John II Smith.
Fislungcrcek James Edgar, Georgo McUrido,
Hemlock Mathlas Applcman.
JackBon John .Mcllenry Thomas W. Young.
LocustHenry Fisher, Wm. Mllli'r.Abrahaui Veagr
Mifflin John rnyder, Samuel i-nyder
Mount riensant Aaron Kester, Jr., John Wannki
Maine Solomon Sliuman, John Iinrmeriv
.Madison I'erry Christain, i'liimas Welliver.
Oralip Auroll II. I'attersnn, Cornelius Delias.
Sugarloaf Joseph O. llcss, Aiidrerv' Hess.
Scott John rilmuian,
Tit AVERSE JURORS
FOR DECEMBER TERM, 1803.
Illonm Augu.tus Mason, Stephen Knorr.
l eaverSamuel Fisher. Elias Miller, WiuScbttl,
Uriarcreck Even I) Adams.
lUttton 1'ctcr Appleman, John ODildlno.
Centre Daniel Uower, Georgo Hess, l'eter Miller.
Catawiska-Jnscph MarU, Cmton Margerain.
Fishiugcreek-DMiii'l JUIIentv, llenjamiu Mcllenry
Greenwood Sylvester Albcrtson. Jidio Me.Murirr
Hemlock Amos llarlman.
Jackson John Savage,
Madisonltobcit Fruit, William Carnahan, Lewis
Bluine John Nuis,
Mifflin Lawrence Walters, Stephen Deltterlrk,
Ml. l'leasant-Win. J. Ikelea , William Howell.
Montour Levi Weaver.
Orange David Herring, John 1'tltcbone, Jesse Pruo
I'mo Francis Hunter, Valentine Wlntorsteon, Henry
A. LOGAN GRIM,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
LAI'ORTfi, SULLIVAN CO., V
C7" Mllllsry and oilier claims ptomptlt attio'' t
Uat b-t 31, 1-tfJ