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L. L. Tote, Editor &, Proprietor.
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SATURDAY, NOV'ER 20, 1063.
FOR PRESIDENT IN 1864,
( Bnhjecttnlho Decision of tha Democratic National
Opinion of Judge Woodward.
"Wo print on our outsido pago to-day, a
synopsis of tho opinion of Judgo Wood
waud on tho conatilutionality of tho Con
ccription Law. Tho opinions of Judges
Thompson and LowniE fully conour with
that of Judge Woodwaiid in his conclu
sions. When our readers havo perused
tho opinion of Judge Woodward they
havo tho strongest argument against tho
constitutionality of tho law whoso validity
was in question, and in our estimation its
reasonings ato unquestionable. Wo hayo
no doubt that their decision would bo con
firmed if carried to tho Supremo Couit of
tho Unitod States.
That the law is. as decided by our Su
preme Court, is plain. Will tho decision
bo respected by thoso in power I From
our experience, in sooing ovory law and
provision of tho Constitution which stood
in their way trampled upon, and superce
ded by military necessity ," wo havo littlo
hopo for any respect for this decision, by
oar rulers. Wo aro completely at the
mercy of men who know no law but "mili
tary necessity." Tho free institutions
bequeathed to us by Washington, Jeff
RB0N and their compatriots, are sought to
"bo prcsorved by violating tho Constitution,
which they gavo us, to limit power and
prcservo our rights ; and thoro seems to
bo no hope for tho people.
S3?- Is tbo past history of the Unitod
States a record of shame, of cruelty and
oppression? Is tho Constitution a"leaguo
with death aud a covenant with hell"? Is
tho flag a "flaunting Ho" ? Abolitionism
answers in the affirmative. It seeks to
efface tho record tho country has mado
among tho nations ; to annul or change
tho Constitution, and to dishonor and mu
til&to tho flag. With them tho teachings
of tho past go for naught ; tho warnings
of thoso who founded, and of thoso who
havo sinco ornamented the Rcpublio, aro
troated with contempt, Scraping with
their muck-rakes in the cess-pool of their
own passions and thoir inlenso bigotry,
they heed not tho glory of the past or tho.
possible splendor of our future. As tho
Huns and the Vandals of the North over
ran and desolated tho cultured beauty of
Southern Europe, heedless of tho relics of
empire their barbario hands wore destroy
ing, this sectional party, based upon pas
Bions inflamed and hatred carefully nour
ished, will overthrow and break to pieces
tho fair fabrio raised by a wisdom they
cannot comprehend and based upon a
spirit of toleration thoy nro incapablo of
Invasion of Rights.
Tho ensuing (38th) Congress will em
brace among its members of tho Abolition
faith quite a number, who though bearing
tho "broad seal," and ostensibly ropreseiv
ting tho people among whom thoy live
are in reality no more expononts of tho
polioy, confidence and sentiments of lho
constituency to whom they aro accredited
than would a Fcjec Islander or a genuine
The great marvel is that a man profess
ing a duo regard for popular appreciation,
civil liberty , and bis own moral status,
should so thoroughly disregard every prin
clplc that is ennobling and just, and occupy
a position upon a tenuro so slight and ex
ceptionable that his own instinctive sense
of right should mantlo his brow with
shame, confusion and mortification. IIo
is ever confronted with tho humiliating
reflection that he is an interloper, and a
poaoher upon tho rights and wishes of an
outraged and indignant people, who, if it
were prcotioable, would visit upon him
that retribution and repudiation which
their utter contempt prompts them to en
tertain for him.
Prof. Farrand's Exhibition.
Prof. O. Faiirand, of Now York, (of
whom wo spoko in our last issue, and who
lias spent soveral years among tho Andes
of South America, as a Painter of tho
ecenery of that country), gavo a publio
exhibition of Esteriopticon Views, on Mon
day and Tuesday evening, in our Court
House. Theso viawa and scenes wero in
teresting and ontertaining. Our citizens
who did not attend, may now regret, that
thoy missed a most edifying entertainment
Twenty-four men, with thoir arms
tied upon their backs, wero brought to
Reading last week, by a dctaohmcnt of
soldiers, and confined in tho military
prison in that city. Thoy woro arrostcd in
Carbon county on tho chargo of being en
L'anecl in riotous proceedings which result
od in the death of Mr. Georgo K. Smith, a
coal operator. Are the courts abolished in
Carbon county, because thoso men are
dragged to other oounties by soldiors.
Nearly hundred thousand majority
in Ohio go for w&r. , But how many of
thsm will go to the vrart
for tho Array
Tho numbtr of fighting man callod out
from tbo Nortborn 8tatej, undor tho Ad
ministration of Proaidcnt Linooln, mny bo
briefly summed up as follow t
B? Proclamation, April 1601.
" Mav ' '
Act of Oongrcss, July 22 "
Proclamation, July 1, 1802.
" Aug. 0, "
Order July, 1803.
Proclamation, Oct. 17, 1803.
1 805 000
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bcon called out, making a number equal
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to about two thirds tho total voto cast in i
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States. Tho tnon. who havn rrnnn into
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tho service undor thoso sovoral oalls, con-
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country men in tho first promiso, or in
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Hon no on till,n0n l,o, ij j'i'Iobe8t method of conducting District
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their friends, tho country and tho world
And for what has this great wasto of
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hnnn m nil a 7 niattfArij '
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and the return of order, peaco and har
mony,as of old I Thoro is, under tho pres
ent radical polioy that conducts tho war,no
nrosnprit of f.llis. hilt nf iKcuninn nnnrnliv
nnrl Inlnrminnhln vnr nn,1 Wb,1.I,p.I In.
stead. Tho policy is to overrun territory, j luld bo bold at tho B'oonabirg Acade
extorminato tho white inhabitants, but J 'y, on Soturday the ISth of December
t o .;i rnn, ..t !i i tt..!.., mcxt.
wo had before tho war. Nothing has been
really accomplished in that direction by all
tho wasto of human lifo that has already
bcon made, and nothing will bo by the un
scrupulous Disunion radical party now in
Our Book Table.
The Atlantic Monthly for Decem
ber, now before us closes tho Xllth volume.
Wo do not in any rospeot endorse tho pol
itics of lho Atlantic It is tho mouth-picco
of the Boston abolitionists, and Yankoc
destruotionists, proporly so characterized
by tho Post Master General. In tho last
number they go in boldly for consolidation ;
and desiro to seo America what Franco be
came under Louis XI. Let history tell
what that was.
Tho new volumo proposos to havo now
poems by Robert Drowning; a novel by
Hawthorn ; Dante, translated by H. W.
Longfellow ; Papers by Mrs. Stowo ; a
novel by Trowbridgo ; essays by Prof.
AgasBiz, &o., &e. Terms S3 a year, by
Ticknor & Fields, Boston, Mas3.
Godey ron December. The Decem
ber number of Godoy reminds us of the
near approaoh of tho Christmas Holidays,
and by tho way, wo would suggest to any
ono wanting to mako an acceptable present
to a lady, that wo know of no more appro
priate gift than tho Lady's Book. It will
bo a monthly remembrance of tho donor.
This numbsr of tho Book contains two
extensive Fashion Plates, and a superb
colored Fashion Plate of seven figures.
Tho steel engravings arc "Tho Daily Gov
erness," a beautiful plate, and an embla
matie title, containing five distinot pioturcs
"Telling Christmas Stories," "Gather
ing Christmas Greens," " Juvenilo Amuse
ments," "Youth," and "Old Ago." Terms
83 per annum. We will send tho Demo
crat and tho Lady's Book to ono address
The administration nowspaper organs
n Philadelphia Bays :
''If Mr. Jefferson Davis, with his pres
ent principles, lived in the North, all his
energies would be given to organizo oppo
sition to lho government. He would de
clare it unwortby of publio confidence, a
hatclul tyranny, a disgrace to modern
civilization. IIo would ridicule all its
officers, and affirm that all the national
dictorics were in spite of their imbecility,
and all tho national defeats in consequence
Mr, Jefferson Davis may bo a very bad
man, but ho is not a witling. If this war
is to continue, ho would much rather it
would be prosecuted by the present admin
istration at Washington than any one
whioh is likely to succeed it. Gen. Lee
has said "Tbo authorities at Washington
havo dono what ho would havo wished
them to do could ho havo controlled them."
Mr. Jefferson Davis would not mako war
on his most efficient allies. Tho "govern
ment" at Washington ban accomplished
for him what he never could have dono for
himsolf. It has united southern aud divi
ded northern sentiment. Mr. Jefferson
Davis regards tho administration at Wash
ington juBt as the Mobilo Register regards
it. ''Givo us," it said, "mcn like Sumner
and Wilson and Stovcns; they bate tho
Union, and curse it, and so do wc"
Another Democratic paper. Mr. Wm.
Loflin, having purchased tho Jefferson
Star office, Brookvillo, Abolition, hat is
sued tho first number of a Democratio pa
per called "Tho Now Era," at the bead of,
which floats tho names of MoClellan and I
Bramletto for Presideut and Vico Presi
dent. Tho paper is a neat ono and has a
liberal advertising patronage.
Provost Mm shals Relieved. By speo
ial order No 17 from tho War Depart
ment, all deputy provost marshal ond de
1 1 t aro reli d from farlher autyl
where the enrollment is completed,
inutcs ol tho Meeting of the
HliOOMSnuno, Nor. Hth, 1803.
Pursuant to an order issued by tho
County Superintendent, tho Columbia coM
Teachers1 Association met, at the Blooms-
75,000 burg Academy, on Saturday, Nov. Hth,
05,000 , at 10 o'clock, A. M.
25 000 CHARLES G. BARltLEY, was olcct
OOo'oOO C(l President, andWM. I). Ely, 8eoretary,
UOo',000 pro tern.
300,000 , On motion of II. Y. John, a Committee
was appointed t0 jrnft n programmo of ox
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jiuiauus vtcru uiniuiuiuu viz ; iuessra. vj.
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G. Barkly, II, Yi John, A. B. White, J.
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K. Hrnglor, and MissO, G. Freeze,
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On motion of Cant. Whitmoyer tho
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meeting adjourned to meet at 2 o'clock,
At lemoon Session
Tho meeting convened at 2 o'clock.
lho committeo on oxorciso reported the
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1st. Miscellaneous business; 2d. Ad-
dress by Prof. Walker ; 3d. Discussion ;
Institutes i 4th. Address by Rev D. 0
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On motion of Mr. Barkly, a committeo
vt tuitu vtuiu uituuiuiuu iy inuuuiu uuu
revise me oia uonstuution, consistiDgoi
Mr. Barkloy, Capt. Whitmoyer, and
On motion of Mr. Barkly, it was agreed
tLat 1,10 n0Xt mL'CtinS f ttl8 Association
On motion of J. K. Brugler, tho follow-
lowing persons wero appointed to make
the nocessary arrangements for tho next
meeting viz ; Mr. Brugler, Mr. John, and
A motion was mado by Mr. Doiteriok,
that we hld a Teachers' Institute. Af
ter considerable discussion pio tt C0H.it
was decided in tho negative-
Prof. Walkor was thon oalled upon to
address tho meeting, which he did in a
very able, instructive manner, upon lho
dutios of the Teacher to himself, to his
pupils, and to society. Mr. Bocklcy then
offered tho following :
1st. Resolved, That wo rccognizo in
tho Teachers' Association an efficient agen
cy for tho olevation of the Teachers' Pro-
2d. Resolved, That as Tcaobers, dovot-
od to the best interost of our1 race, we aro
bound to avail ourselves of this, oudevory
othor faoility for improvement, and tho
Teacher who is remiss in this is not wor
thy of recognition as Toaoher.
On molion of Mr. White, theso Reso
lutions wero unanimously adopted. On
motion of Mr. Hughes, a vote of thanks
was tendered Prof. Walker for his impor
tant services rendered lho Association.
On motion of Mr. Barkloy, the meet
ing adjourned to convene in four weeks,
at 10 o'clock, A. M.
CHARLES G. BARKLY, Prcs't.
William D. Ely, Sec'y.
Bank of Danville. The following gen
tlemen wero elected as Directors of tho
Bank of Danville, for tho ensuing year,
on Tuesday, tho 20th instant :
E. n. Baldy, Dr. Wm. H. Magill, Thos.
Woods, Geo. B Brown, Peter Baldy, sr.,
G. M. Shoop, J. C. Rboads, Sam'l Wolf,
P. F. Maus, of Danville ; John K. Grotz
and William G. Hurley, of Bloomsburg ;
John Sharpies, of Catawissa ; Georgo J.
Piper, of Milton.
Northumberland Bank Tho following
gentlemen were elected Directors of the
Bank of Northumberland, on Monday tho
lGth inst., for the ensuing year :
J. B. Packer, Wm. I. Greonough, Geo.
F.Miller, James Davis, J.O. Horton, Wm.
II. Waples, A. E. Knapp, Daniel Iloim,
Samuel John, M. B. Priestloy, Charles R.
Paxton, Wm. M. Rockefcllor, J. M. Huff.
Samuel J. Paoker, of Sunbury, has
been cloctcd Cashier, in place of Joseph
R. Priestloy, deceased.
Iron City Colleob. Perhaps tho
most snccessful Commercial College in tho
West is tho abovo which has now reachod
a degroo of prosperity hithorto unexampled
even beforo our national troubles. So nu
merous are the applications that it is diffi
cult to furnish accommodations for all the
students who desire to enter. Tho policy
of the Principals has been to givo Diplo
mas to no ono not thoroughly qualified in
every dopaitnienL ol study, and this has
resulted in giving tho institution such a
repttitation as is of great value to its grad
uates, giving them great advantages in se
curing them situation. Tho teachers aro
all woll accomplished and attentive, and
a courso here sccuro a thorough oomorcial
cduoation. For terms, &., seo advertise
The Democratic Vote of Ohio.
Tho Democracy of Ohio, although boat
on at tho late olcolion, polled a larger voto
by 10,000, than the highest voto they over
oast beloroT and 37,000 groatorthan their
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01 10Ul- xaa "iiowwg ugurcs snow
" Democratic voto of Ohio for Govcr-
hor in tho years named :
The thirty eighth Congress asaemblea on
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There aro fortytwo sorerinns in Europe
In this country thdro aro thirty millions,
and a very fow without n crown.
The British ship Reward lately left St.
Helena with 130 negro emigrants, bouud
Laborers in Idaho Torritory get 85 a
day and board for digging a hundred dol-
lars worth of gold.
The Mormons ato boaton entirely out' of
sight by tho Brahmius of Iudia, some of1
whom havo as many ns one hundred and
The Potato rot irmakine fearful rava
grs in Ireland. In some districts three-
fourths of lho cron is dostro-jcd Tho '
iourms oi mo orop is uosiroycu. juu
recent heavy and continuous rain is con
sidered tho causo of tho calamity.
The Republican editors arc greatly al
armed lest tho Domoeraoy Bboll "ombar
ritss" tho administration. To read theso
papers ono would suppose tbo administra
tion as easily embarrassed as a young lady
entertaining hor first beau.
Conouess will meet noxt Monda'v a
week. The "loyalty and intelligence" ,
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arc alrody cngagod in .a disgraceful squab-
bio as to tho offices, but the boauty of it
would bo, if, in tho ond, they would slip 1
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through thoir lingers anu get into tho nanus ho must do the lattor. lteinforcsd by Ucn:
of "traitors' Sherman's command, whioh is muoh lar-
Tiie Lesson- or To-Day. It is that tho' Br than tho highest rebel guesses havo
preservation of tho Union principally do. j placed it, Gen. Thomas's forco must largo
sirablo for tho sake of tho Constitution, ly exceed that of tbo enemy. If numbers,
which is itself to bo valued and cherished, ,
prinoipaly becauso it is tho eonscerated
guardian of the inostimablo principles of
It is stated that five out of the cloven
representatives reoently elected in North
Carolina to tho Rebel C ongrcss arc Union
men. Why, then, wero they not returned
to the Federal Congress f That is tho
placo whero all Union Representatives be
long. Tun Fist MAUitiAon "And Adam
said, This is now bono of my bone and
flesh of my flesh ; sho shall bo called wo
man, becauso Bhc was taken out of man.
Therefore shall a man leave his father and
his mother, and shall cleave unto his wife;
and thoyhall be ono flesh." No cards.
Mil. Lincoln Bays that "whatever the
result of the present struggle may bo, wo
can consolo ourselves with the reflection
that wc did all wo could for our couutry."
This is as happy as tho ministers who, at
tlio funoral of a lovely daughter, consoled
the puronts by reminding them that they
had "lavished muoh cxpenso upon her ed
ucation.' Retired. Brigadier Genoral Robert
Anderson, tho hero of Sumter, has been
placed upon tho retired list by tho Presi
dont of tho United States, upon the re
commendation of tho Retiring Board. Tho
retirement of Gon. Adcrson is understood
to be in entire concurrence with his wishes
as tho health of the groat soldier has long
been such as to necessitate his seeking a
condition of pormamont repose.
Delaware Election. Tho oloction in
the State of Delaware was held last Thurs
day, and wc prcsumo will be heralded as a
brilliant Union victory I as tbo various
Democratic organizations throughout tho
entire State, in viow of tho military inter
ference of tho Administration, resolved not
to attend tho polls to tnko part in such a
damnablo mockery of the electivo francbiso.
"Keep Pegging Away.' This bril
liant motto of the Prcstdcnt should be tho
motto of tho Democratic party in the eon
test for truth ovor falsehood and liberty
over despotism. Let U3 "keep pegging
away." Tho fact that we have been do
featcd by onormous frauds, is no oauso for
discouragement, Our greatly inoreascd
voto shows that in any fair contest wo arc
largely in tho majority, and the tide will
be all in our favor .for tho year to como.
The Battle of Gettysburg. Messrs
J. B. Lippincott & 0o Philadelphia havo
iust published a neat little volume of 48
nasas. entitled "Notes on tho Rebel Inva-
sion of Maryland and Pennsylvania, and
Mm Until- of fJnitvBhiirr. " Tho author
U nrnfi'sanr iH. .Tnnoh. of Pennsv 1 vania
nn- fs.i,. ul,. wun,i ,,nr.
i n. i' .1 . lii- if
ly all that ho narrates, and who derived his
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knowledge of what ho did not witness from
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tho best authorities.
accompanies his narrative, and makes
every thing perfectly clear. Tho volumo
is for salo at all the Bookstores.
Identity Ascertained A month or
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two ago wo puonsucu me uiat a uoau
soldier had been found on tho battlefield of
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ucuysourg, wuu me picture in "Py
children clasped m bis bands, winch pic
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iuro wag in tue nanus oi uv. jjuunis, oi
Philadelphia, awaiting identification. It
is gratifying to state that the wido publici
ty given to tho touching ciroumstanee
through tho modium of tho press produced
tbo desired result, and that tho identity
of tho soldier has been fully asscertainod:
Tho namo of tlio deceased was Hummor
ton, and his widow and threo children,
reeido At Portsvillo, Cattaraugus county
Now York. Largo numbers of photo
graphio copies of tho pioturo upon whioh
tho dyiug eyos of tho warrior father olosod
havo been sold, and tho profits realized
from their salo will be appropriated to the
benefit of tbo children.
Unless all tho indications art exceoing
ly dcooptivo, tho oountry will soon bo star
tlsd by important war news from at least
four vital points Central Virginia, EasU
cm Tennessee. Northern Georgia, and tho
region around Charleston
Tho robcl news from Charleston shows
that Genorol Gilmoro and Admiral Dahl
gren mean inisohiof to that city. Tlio
monitors havo got to work m earnest, anu
woro endoavoring to open up tho channel i
jnCcndiars shells had boon fired into tho
strcots, and thoro was every indication
when tho last tologram was sent that tho
Federal army and navy wore about to try
and carry tho defoneo by a coup dc main
Tlinnnvt nowa from that noint will bo
xiionoxi news irom inai puiut nui uu
awaited with breathloBS interest. i
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At last accounts uenorai uurnsiuo
commanu was in cxircmo ponu no mm
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lost a i oi iasi Acnncsscu aavu ivuoxvuii;,
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where ho was mvestea and in dangorof
capture. Tho administration reports him
aafo : but the country Las lost aUfattumt
such Announcements on tho part of tho
War Department. Matters havo a very
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gravolook in that quarter. Longstrcct
is an able general, whilo Uurnsido is not. j
Gen. Grant, wo aro assured, has his ar-
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my in motion. This threateninc move-
mcnt of Longstreet upon Eastern Tonnes-
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sco compels him to tako tho initiation
against Bragg. The latter must either
fall back or fight, and, to save Longstroct,
skill, and valor can give us a victory, wo
ought soon to hear of ono in lho neighbor- (
hoou ot ijhaitanooga. i
Gen. Moado's armv is also in motion,
and Leo must cither fall back to Richmond
or fight a battle. There aro indications
that his purpose is to retreat, and the sud-
den sending away of tho Union prisoners
would seem to indicate that the rebel gov-
crnment is of opinion tint a sioco of their
capital is not an improbable event.
It is well understood that General
Meade is advancing against Lee under
positivo orders. Ilia own judgment iB
against to important a movement without
a large forco. So, if a reverse should oc
cur, the fault must not bo laid at his doors
but at those of the President and General
All tbo movements in tho field seem to
bo co-operative, oxecpt tho ono to Texas.
If Genoral Banks was now operating
againt Mobilo instead of Brownsville, he
would have kept 20,000 robols employed
at the former point who arc now swelliug
tho armies of Bragg and Lougstrcot, If
wo lose Eastern Tennessee it will bo
because of this aimless Texas expedition.
Lot us hope by the coming national hol-
liday wo can offer up our thanks for a de
feat of Leo, Longstreet and Bragg, and
the oapturo of Charleston.
Pauolled Union PaisoxEns. Colonel
Hoffman, Comniissionary-Genoral of Pris-
oners, reports that there are now about
fourteen hundred paroled Union Prison
ers in tho difforent parole camps through
out lho country. This number has accu
mulated since tho 1st of September last
by occasional deliveries from tho Rebel
prison bouses. At that date all the Union
paroled prisontrs in our hands wero dc
olarcd exchanged, to balance a like dec
laration mado by the liebels.
Sentence or a Iloitsn Contractor.
Cincinali, Nov. 24. C. W. Hall, ahorso
contractor tor tbo Government, was found
guilty and sentenced to six months' im
prisonment and fined 810,000, for defraud
ing the Government in tho purchasing of
Death or a Soldier. It is with rc
grot that we announce the death of Mat
tiiew O. Tate, son of Georgo P. Tato,
(and brother to the Editor of this paper,)
of Lawrence township. IIo died on Mon
day ovening, Novombor ICth, at tho ago
of 10 years 0 months and 8 days. He
was a member of Company K. 84th Penu'a
volunteers having enlisted in tho service
of his country soma sixteen months ago
ii0 P""F ' gB'"" l
lcncl;sburg ana Uiancc.lorsvillc; in
May last. At tho latter place he rccoived
a Minnie ball into tho right breast, and
PaBDS trough tbc US inflicted
vory scvero and danorou3 wound, from
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whioh ho has been sufioniig ever sinoo.and
1 at last terminated in death. Matthew was
" I n finiitin limn " IllMrtll T"V Yf TVI (Oil Otlfl n ITA ft f
soldier. In his death his comrades in
army havo lost a brave companion, bis
couutry a gallant defender, his parents a
dutiful son, and his brothers and sisters a
I kiud and affeotionato brothcPi nifl early
;doalUwiU be fcinooroiy mournca by his
rciatiw8 and friends. Pcaoo to bis re
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Small Pox. Small Pox has alroady
sacrificed somo of our best and bravest
troops. Soldiers, listen to tho voice of rea
sou, supply yourselves with Holloway'i
Pills & Ointment. Tho Pills purify tho
blood and strengthen tho stomach, whilo
tho Ointment removes all pain, and pro
vents pit marks. Only 25 cents per box
TncitE aro 2,800 mon employed at tho
Springfield Arsenal, who completo 000
muskets daily. Thero aro in tho Arsenal
133,000 pieces stored, of whioh 40,000 are
kept boxed ready to bo sent away.
Prospeotus for 1064.
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any Uomocratio or conservative nowtp
It addrcs'es weekly alone more than
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and roaches at least half a million readers. I
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which it now enjoys, theso numbers will
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Nothing less than this should satisfy thoso
who boliovo that tho only hopo of restoring ,
thO Union atlU tllO authority 01 lUO UOU-
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pod to provoko, invito, and prolong tho
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throuirli nblo and ciitcrnrisinc nowsnanors,
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of sound political knowledge among tho
worWng mcn, ti10 thinking men, and tho
voting mcn of tho North.
Enterprise, industry nnu monoy will bo
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ply, it will gathor tho latest intelligence.
f.i l . i - r -f ..l! I i
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who will telegraph and write to us tho
ittlcst nows frSmho various Boats of was.
It ba correspondents and rcportors in cv-
cry polilican and commercial centro in
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dispatohos will leavo nothing worthy of
note unknown lo its readers.
Speoial oxertions will bo used to mako
its reports of tho Crops, of ihe Cattle. Pro
duce, and Money markets, comprehensive
aud accurate. Realizing that tho bono
and sinew of tho country aro to bo fouud
Up0U ;,3 farms nmj ju jtlJ workshops, Tho
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formation and news concerning Agricul-
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tie parm(!rs and Me'rchants of the country,
j The war in which tho nation is engaged
against armed and infatuated Rebels, aud
t"0 radical poliey ol tho administration
w,lieh prolongs it, have conspired to bring
together upon one platform all consorva
tivc, Union loving aud Constitution-loving
men, of whatever form, name aud creed.
Many of thoso who, within the limits of
the Constitution, fought tho battle of the
ballot-box under the leadership of tlioso
patriotic siatc&mcn of other aud better days,
Henry (JIny and Daniel Wobstcr, together
with tho masses whoso principles wore
thosa of such patriots 33 Andrew Jack
son and William L.ftlarcy, Silas Wright
aud Stephen A. Douglas, now ntand shoul
der to shoulder upon the somo platlorm
anil under tho Bame banner. Ihe plat
form is a plaiu one It is to restoro tho
Union, maintain tho Couetitution, and
entoroe tho Laws. Whatever makes for
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conciliation, The World will advocate ;
whatever makes acamtt it, J ho World
It will oppose every enemvto the Union
whether armed in rebellion ai the South
or insidiou-dy planting the scons of disun
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of Union, and our ouly authority lor ex
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high places or in low, by reckless and mis
guided partisans, or by the administration
winch has tiocn than example.
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Ladle's ChrJstmau Festival.
Tho Ladies oonnoctcd with tho Lulhcrti
Church of lfrpytown, Columbia oounly
Pcnn'a., will givo a ( hrirtmas Diii!
nor and Supper,' ntthat plnco on Friday
tho aoth Beocmber, Christmas B,iy,-
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Of tllO f!lllirMl. Tim frlntula nt ll.. .1.
nomination nro respectfully invited,
Kspy 1n NnVi 28 1803inti
V) 0111 0 nilOvftft Pill Olltf:
Ut I Mil 1 1UUU
Kstatc of Daniel Ztigler, tlcc'd.
T ottora of admiuiitra tion on tho
r, immci .oJKlcr, into oraiounl ricaiant town
fi "j? .U?.'"?..""JitJ'i . !lccea,.l!jl hcoil ,
.. . UJr unJ Hi'HiFicr ni sniii county in inn iindcraliinod
"II prraona having claims nsnlnit llio entnio nf lho .in!
"ileni Htu rcqucunl In present them to tli Admlnlf
Ml flcivinnt, Nov. 53, 1803-RW8J Adm'ri.
jst'itc of Cornel Us Vanhornt eke'd.
LnTTnitSTaitamentiirymi tho otnto of Cotncllu
Vanlioin, Into nf Hemlock township, Columbia c
decerned, hnvc been crnnteil bv tho ItcKlstor of Willi.
he, tn tlio undersigned refilling In VaMeynnd Hemlock
towniiijs. ah porsuiiiiavi..gciaim4 against mo v.
uithmil delay, nml nil ncrsotn ImlcMi'il tntnakonat.
meiit forthwith. DAVID A. VAN'ilOIIN,
Valley township, Montour co,
JOHN H VANIIOItN.
Hemlock Uvp., Ccluinbmeo.
November SS, I&43-0W89.
Personal Property I
WILL be eiposnl to public vendue, nttho JS.lrfcncn
of tho subscriber In l rid Ihoii township, l.'olifmhla
eounty, on TUKSDAY, DUt'UMIlP.U 6th. K-03, tho fol
lowing vulunlde personnble property to wit:
ONE HORSE, TWO COLTS
fyt. MTwo Shoals, Ono Two.llorsa .SPM
L'Jifr3 Wnuou, One Truck VVngnii, liar- 3?s
ne.'s, Plows, Harrows, liny by tho ion, Corn K-fe
And Ont bir Ihu lituhfd. t'ldrr bv the linrrol. tSK
together with oilier urticloH loo ledinu to mention,
$y fulo to commence nt 1U o'clock In Ihu forenoon of
nid day. when terms nnd coudillons will be made
know n by
Novembsr 2?, I?C3.
PHILADELPHIA & ERIE
ft A X J. h R O A jrf
Tills pri'nt line travcrson tbo Northern ami North
wi-ht counties of rentinylvnnin to tbo city of Erio, on
It lias boon lenmil by tbo I't-uuntlvntiln Knilron 1
Coiupnny, nnil unoVr their iiiispi.ses U bulng raj.iilly
opcui'il throughout its ontiro li'imlh.
it is mnv In uso for I'iiiisiinccr nnil I'rrijht businrm
from Ilnrrisbiiru to lhnpnriam, (lICi iuitcn)oii tho Hast
en! Division, unit from tHlellidil to Lrii; v7d iiiIIjm) uu tliu
HMK OF I'APDCSaUR TIlAlHj AT nOIlTUl'MDCtlLANtl.
Mull Train leaves, i:.ist U S3 A. M.
Ez-oreis Train " " 11 Si V. M.
INI.ill " " West 4 47 "
Express b A.M.
Cms run through with nuxor both wave on thosa
trains between Philadelphia nnd Lock llavon. ami
llaltluinro nnil lock uavrti. new una eicc'iiil bleep,
ing Cars nrcompanin' tlio Hxpruxs Train both ivajj
between Williamsport anil llalllmoro, mi J Williams,
port anil Philadelphia.
i or Huormaiion respecting rnsspngor Dullness, np
ply nttho II. ('or. lltli ami .Market Hit.
nd for Freight buslnus-iof tlio Company's, Agents
H, II. Kingston, Jr., Cor. I3tli Mini .Market HU 1'hll'a
J. IV. Heynolds, Ilriu.
J M. Drill. Agent N. C. R: n., llnltlinore.
II. II, Houston, (ien'l. 1'reiglit Agt . 1'hil.idclpbin,
I. O'.mm I.' llnupt, Ceu'l.Tiiket Agt. Philadelphia.
Joseph II. l'otti, Oen'l. .Manager, Wllliuinspott.
October ill, IS.ill.
Notico is hereby given tonll nersons Interested, that
tho following nccouuts li.ivo been file. I ill the I'nulion
nlnry's Ollico, nt llloomsburg, Columbia county, and
will oe prcbouieu to ino t,ouri oi i;oiiiiuoo ricns m ino
said county, on Wednesday, tho Uth day of December
next, nt 10 o'clock In the forenoon t n.uJ day, for cou
firmntinn and allowance.
1. Account of Michael Sleeker, one of
the committeo of .Michael Kinney, n lunatic.
2. Account of Oliver Evans, eommittro
of tlio person nnd e.tato of David Hampton, n lunntic.
j,v un i.u.i.Lii, ireiiiy.
Illoomeburg, Nov. 14 IrjiKI.
"TIE undersigned would announce to
to the Mil.lic that he has refitted his SALOON', 019
door Last of ills llakcry, on
main Street, CloomMmrg, Pa.,
nnil Is prepared to arcommodato both Ladiess.
und (ienlleiuen. IIo is prepared to furnlsh.4 LJf
Oysters, Wholesale ij- Retail, v&fjjf
BY THE CAN OK OTHERWISE.
nioomsbHrg, N'ov.21, 18ij3-4t.
TO .ILL WHOM IT MJ1Y COXCERU.
Tho undersigned being a regularly "licensed Aiicion
ccr." hereby otrers Ills services us such, to all who
may feel disposed to give him a call. Ills great ixpe
rieuco in lho business, will enable him to render sitii
faction to Ills customers. At the name lime ho (7nulons
till Auctioneers, "not licensed," from following sai l
calling, ns the fine tlxed by lho United States "ill
finely be iuipoaed, nnd lho law carried out to is full
extent. All persons ilmirim; to ilit;iin my servicci, will
ploa.e inform uio to that elleit before they advent.
J. D. Itlt'i:, .U-CTioxert.
Light Street, Nov. 14, 1603.
Estate of John Whilcnight, dee'd.
ETTERS of administration on the cs-
state of John WliitclHeht Into of lilnoin liwnshlo
(Volumbia futility, deceased, havo been grautiJ by ttu
Uegislcrnt saiti county m mu 1110 uniicrsiguei nnoru
sides In tho Mime township; all persons hav Jig claims
ucalnst tho estate of the decedent nro rcqucstnl to pro
sent tnein 10 1110 numinisirnior ui 111s rosiuoco wim -
out delay, 1
CATIIAI1INK WM ITHMGIIT.
Oct. 10, I8C3-8-.
Estate, of Elins Pettier, dci'tl.
3 KTTHRS of administration on tho Usl.to of r.llns
l'enler.lale of l'lshiugcriM It twp. CoIiiiiiM.i co.,tjcc'4.,
havebeen granted by tho Register of Colour la co., to tho
.....l...c.......l nil .n.an.,u I. .1. nln.1 1..
I tato of the decedent aro reuuesteil toprseut tliemlo
j tho undersigned, at I is residence in sad township,
.Miiinub oeiiiy, uuii uu pmMJiis lliuoitieu u iua&e
JACOn I'lIAlEIl, WJiVr.
Oct. 31, UOJ-Ow fl.
Estate of Samuel H'hary, deceased.
Lr.TTmtS Testamentary on tin c:sto of Samuel
Whary, Into of Locust township, Olunibia rounty,
deceaseil, have been granted by the ltigister of W ills,
ice, to tho undersigned a so residing a said township,
n'l persons having claims against the estate of the de
cedent aro requeued 10 presiut them to tho I'.xecutor
at his residence in said toun.-hlp, without delay, and
all persons indebted to mako paymtut forthwith.
Nov. 81, ieC3-Bw8?
(flA51Etn tho ireiuiHCs of the nibscnbor. in Centra
j luwndilp, Columbia county, 0.1 or about tho first of
Aujust last, a
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Centre uvp.. Nov 7, lSC3-3t .
TE '"""""S-"' -P'f'"' ' rorm.hi.o.u frUnd.
JL und new customers, that no win contnmo tho
select srocxjoF av.'c aooos,
""'.j11"10 nUen,ln" ofenstomers and tho publioli
uv lt ' j.n.milluk.
Jcey""v- sent. 13, i;J3-3ni.
DISSOLUTION (jv PARTNERSHIP.
riMIE iartiicrshln lieri'vrnra oxistine betveon tho un.
1 dcrsigned. in tlio iiUufacturo of Karthcn Ware, in
lllnonnburg, was dissnlf cd this day by mutual fonscnt.
The nooks ami vecoutti win bo pJttied by John nicks,
i nlo6m,burc, Nov. l) J0UN' ",C,: