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PH WMUI A nUMnril AT A Bold Speech 1 Expululon of Mr. Loutr. I we nro now engnjstd hat (dread, divided
LUbUlMMA UllliUUlliAli- Ik-cldedly the boldest Speech .k.l h.. Tho attention of our reader, b.. doubt- "TfZJ. nVX
been hoard on Iho floor of Congress this lesi been attracted, to the exoited ditauss' on tub basis of kxihii.no rAi ., in on
session, ni well an mi ablo ono, was dcliv inn which has prevailed in the Unusc al tnti that frAck may iik onui Molts nti-
.orrdbv IIon.Ai.EXA.sDEtiI,ONO,ofOliio, Representatives within tli.j at faw days, !btoHED- I deny the charge thai souio rcii-
'on Friday of last week. It has frarleutKis on tbo questions raised by tbo speech of 'lH'" are dinpoa,,! to mak npiu.t me of
i , i . i i i .1 it t t ,. . I .dchtrojiDg tbo Union or of di. integrating
(and Iranknoii to reooiamond it und al- the Hon. Mr. Long, a Representative from ' tu;3 Unioii. On thu contrary. I am in
though it takes a diffcrsnt view ol cur the State of Ohio. That apreoli wi re-I favor of maintaining TiiK union as ir i:x-
rrr.-r-r rrrr national trouble, it will bo read with great produced by ui in our number cf Monday i I8TS to day, and no man sou bis face
BLOOMSBURG, PNN'A ! .interest, After reviawing tbo condition last. Wc to day give a portion of the do (Bgawi't all toheinea of ditintcgr Jiion more
BDITUD BT LIVI U TATE, PKOriUETOR.
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Oaturday Morning, Apr. 23,1064 iDlopowera,ftlludlDB tQ tho f,ct lhat cd by Mr. Speaker Colfax for the exnul ft ' "
u - if UN & uiii a u.i. .a ... T iiv.i.iwn
" Our Oons.l.u.lon.-.guard It cvr !
Oar plorlou. Unionhold It dear I
Our starry ri.ig--fcfi.iko It nert
Tht proud Caucasian our only pur!
Mr. Scwnrd had promised to put down sion of Mr. Long, in consrqiicnco of the
the rebellion in sixty day, with 75,000 sentiments avowed in that jpeeoh, and
nicu, iustnad of which tlia war had now bavo stated, in a previous number, the
lasted over three years and that 2,000.000 proceedings had on tho similar motion,
mm had been called fur, Mr. Long takes first for tho expulsion and then for tho
the ground that the real fiienda oftlio "eevero censure" of tho Hon. Mr. Harris,
Confederates in tha North tboso who , a Representative from the State of Marj
gave them aid and encouragement and land.
enable them to oarry on tbo war, are Mr. Our readers bavo been ablo to spprsci
Lincoln's administration and thoio who . ate at their true value the nature aud ob-
will have to pay m nwce.Two Dollar, support it. He contended that Lincoln's jt.0i of tho proceedings instituted in this
ron rnnsiDENT is lsa,
GEORGE B.MCLELL AN
( Fubjttttolha decision of tho National Convention.)
au.wum m sunsiai mi tnmmm
Tho Editor has gone to the City.
SSf After ono more issue, subretibtrs
ill have to pay in advance tT wo Dollahb
for tho "Columbia Democrat." Necessity I f00lUh Einanciratioa and Amucsty proc-1 matter for the condeninatioa' of the senti
has brought about this stato of things. tarnation, canGscation laws, s$-c, had dono ( menls promulged by Mr. Loup;. That
Thoso wno with to save a quarter will uo
well, ni many bavo lately dono, by coming
forward, or sending the money by mail,
bfore the arrival of tho first of May, at
which tlmo tho price will bo raised to Two
Isaac W. Campbell, Enq.
This gentleman, who is tho Juuior Ed
itor of tho Fort Wayne (Iudiaua) Daily
Times and Educated in tha office of the
Columbia Domocrat, was last week, elec
ted Trustee of that City, by 410 majority.
Mr. Campbell, was ra'ucd in Cattawisia,
is a worthy young man and a sound Dem
ocrat. We congratulate him upon his
triumphant suces, and tha mors so, as
Fott Wayne, only a few yean ago, wa
t We transfer to our columns from
tho National Intelligencer, an article on
the proposed expulsion of lion. A. Lo.no,
member of Congress, from Ohio ; wherein
it is shown that at the last session, Hon
Mr. Content, a Republican, in speech aud
resolution, declared more strongly in fa
vor of peace aud ili.-union, aud against war,
than Mr. Loag, but uo voico was raiaud
Dr. John will lie about Long, and we
desire titnplr to vindio.it j tbo truth of
tory. The nbolitiouists aro the disunion
ills. That is tho record.
Another Dunn I Jcr. Dunn, not
' Thomas Dunn," vtas arrested last week
in Ilarrisburg, as au alleged Pirkpocktl,
and was rrquaated to leave the City
which he did on U!oub!c-quicfc Was
Jcrc. a relative of our Thomas ! Ba that
as it may, these Dunns arc bad Eggs.
better service to the cause of tho South gentleman was careful and express to say
than if he had ruado a gilt of millions of j that, in avowing there rcntiuicntsiJic spoke
greenbacks to Jefferson D-ivia U be. used only for himself, and was aware that he
as bounty money in recruiting the confetl- differed from tho preat mnss of bis politi-
crate army. leal Irictids in Congress in the opinion he
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tfir. ljong tuan goes on to argue .ni mc ; mit it ins duty to avov. Jlul, liaving
Union cunniv-r be reUotel by War. lie i brought hitnsoll' to the deliberate but re
objects to tho further prosecution of tho . luctaut conviction that the further proo-
war on the grouud that it is wron.', in Jcution of tha war against the South was
violation of the t'nustitution and of the aotonly wrong and in expedicht, but, under
principles on which the Lederal Union
85T ''John Thomas, ( hnplain," pub
lithsd a slander on the 84th Regt. P. V.,
in the last week's ''Republican " The
abused Soldiers of tho noblo 84th Regt,
who Oghl on sm 11 pay, whilst their
Chaplain" gets large pay for bellowing
abolitionism have given this "loyalist'1
an extinguisher in tc-Jay's Democrat,
figned "Copparhcad." "Mora Ar.on,''
is the cognomen of tho truthful Chaplain
in this week's lSimit Machine.' Ashamed
of hia name, or is ho another Thomas
were founded, and because it will, if con
tinuod, result in the destruction of tho
Government aud tho loss of eivil liberty to
both north and South. Mr. Long quotes
from the writings of John Quincy Adams,
Andrew Jackson, William 11. Seward,
Henry Wintr Davis, Edward Everett
aud others, to prove that wo bavo no right
to coerce the Southern States to remain in
tho Union ; atid that any attempt to do so
would end in tho destruction of tht govern
ment. Mr. Lonjr further contends that the
Conffdcrata States are out of the Union,
oeeiipjimj the position of an independ( nt
I'orter, which they luv maintained foi
three years and that the war has abroga
ted all tho obligations that bound them
nuder the Constitution. If the time ever
va, which he docs not believe, when the
Union could have been restored by war. it
has long since been dispelled by eman
cipation, confiscation, amnesty and tho like
proclamation, military orders annulling
slate constitutions, setting aside stale laws,
obliterating state line and attempting to
organize and set up a form ol Slate gover
nment in their stead, in which one man
out of ten who shnll turn abolitionist, tako
subscribe an oath to execute and obey
the will of Abraham Lincoln, whatever it
may be, shall govern and ruin over the
remaining nine who refused to becotno
Abolitionists. These follies of Mr. Lin- I
co'n, have, instead of, "cruvhing the rebel-
lieu," crushed out Vihatever Union tcuti-
moot may have remained among the
Southern people. Some few may take the
oath in order to save their families and
property, but in their heaits thev detesi
and diqUe the oa h and the authority
that rcqu r.i it.
Mr. Long goes on to argue that in wa
ging a war of subjugation and oonqusst a
gainst the Confederate States, which have
soeeod from us aud set op a govern
eminent of their own, we. are acting in
consistent with all our former acts. lie
s.iys there never wa a people on tho fao'j
sf the earth that demanded au iudeneud
ent gorenncnt that did not have the sym
dalhy of the American people ; aud ought
wo now to shrink from the doctrine we
have been willing to apply to others! Much
as he regretted that any of our Sister
States should have desired to cut asunder
the ligatnets that bound them to us, it
would be better, severe as would bo the
pang of regret, to part in friendship, rather
than to hold sovereign States pinned to us
by the bayonet. Much better would it
have hcon for ua in the beginning much
better would it be for us now to consent
to a division of our magnificent empire
and cultivate amicable relations with our
estranged brethren, t'lan to teek to hold
them to us by the power of the sword.
Mr. Long said he was reluctantly and
dasponditigly forced to tb conclusion that
the Union is lost, never to bu restored.
Hu said he did not share in tho belief en
tertained by many of his political friend?
that any peace is attaiuabls upon the bais
of Uniou and reconstruction. If the Dem
ocratic party wcro in power to-day, he
had no idea that they could restore the
Uniou over thirtj four States. Ho bclicv.
cil that there were but two alternslive3.
laws, and tho echo of tho armed heel rinSi I . wer(, eitljfr t0 aeknowlelkre ,!lQ
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the conditions and cefnplcxion which the
war had asrumed, was as hopeless as it was
wrong and in expedient, he determined to
tske the responsibility of his opinions by
stating them in his official capacity of a
Representative of the people, bound to
giro council according to his views of con
stitutional right aud public duty.
In thin separating himself from the
mass of his political fiicnds in tho present
House ol Representatives, Mr. Long has
done no more lhau was done by a Repub
lican member of the last Houso of Repre
sentative;, the Hon. Mr. Conway, ofKan
s, who, on the 15ih of December, I 602,
introduced into that body ths following
"?ot'', That the Amaican 'Union
consists of those States which are now lay
al to the Federal Constitution.
llcbolced, That a restoration of the
Uuiou as it t xistcd prior to tho rebellion
would be a greater calamity than thu re-
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Ncnigi?ucvliscment0j ".-.- "
" a7Tiik ismAToVs notioe. I U N S B A T E I) LANDS
V.tt ,' tlnrhnrii lVllilcr. (&."'
v ; ' I AAttiX mruitily rntlU.'d nn ,Ul dire
L. Wrlilrer lute r lillontwi.Cnluuiblto..ir rf., ' p0(,., ,me, u,u IIHIl of A(.irth, ISI3.
Estate t f larhara W i l iver, tlto 'i. A uiurjrtnui o imo nroiiu.. "."
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umlfrflcneJi nil iicttnim liavlnn clnliui nfulftil (Uc ft- ' . , .'J Mlh lUf uf Mnrih. li r it I Mh. 'iHl'.nf
Lite or Oin ui'fci
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,i.i i.u. . i , ... i.iiiui1ii,i ctiiintr. ntf iiuni nciofo .i unr ui
April 91. 1?01. lir IJ.
This it will bo seen is preci j the posi
tion of Mr. Long, of Ohio, Uo "insists
that, the war shall be tcrminatcu ud peace
restored." Aud such being the idantity
of the position assumed by thu U publican
member of thu lost Congress from'Kausas
and the Democratic member of the present
Cotigrcsi from Ohio, the readsr will be
able to draw his own concisions as to the
animus which has prompUd so much more
of indignation against the lattur than was
exhibited by his political friends againtt
How thu proposition to expel Mr, Long
for words spoken in bis quality as a 1 cp
icscntativo id appreciated by intelligent
Republican Journals, may be read in such
comseuts as the following, from the New
York Times of Mouday last, when re
marking on the resolution of Mr. Speaker
,lIu our judgment the Speakrs'a iseal
out runs bin discretion. His resolution is
neither right nor expedient' Wo have
read Mr. Long's speech a published in
lull, on Saturday morning, by the Duily
iyeics, ol this city, from a copy furiii.lieu
in advance. If that pu' licaiioa be tin
speech actually delivered by the Repre
sentative from Ohio and we have yet no
teasou to doubt it it nas a speech which
ought to be answered by something bel
ter than expulsion.
Da. John m eiiduuly athamcd of him
self, and Thomas Dunn" and in h'i
issue of Thursday, begs for quatter.. lie
LAND FOR SALE.
OK TI.Mr.lt I. AND. tonlilip
fljiL Ing 140 ficrm. on wlilclitlu're it two
iofr mvni.i.txa iioiihi:, ham. in.i n,i uii
rate roiiiilctcili ltlin wulrr ioirf r of 111 fi!Pt lull
'nr tiTiim, c., nuurtii uie ni urn iii. iim.
cuiinty. I'd,. O, CJ. OAISEIt.
April . W,A. 1m
rtto, (hi wlmluor tKiclioarUonract h "III y JJiu
t.,i,.. ami roL haikcaulu llniuii. Hill Iij fold at tho
t;OUllT IHlUtO!, In lilmninliirK. roiliity of (.iiluniMa,
on thu Kith ilay i.i Juno im.., i'hok ii i-;
anil In l)ii cciiitiiiui'il by niljuufimant. fruui d oy
fot arreiirnK f lui'i duo unl.l tuunty. and Iho coil
aicrued on mb tract rcipcctlrely
)VAlltlAi'tiEi! Oil OWNERS.
n. !.... .u..m.. i tv.ti. i,r VntnOtlnnl tltoOaaii
IJ and l.i vnti l'licla., lo im ilirrrti-d, Imutn out of
tli toiirt of l-oiniiion riirai u lioiuinuia rouniri
bo ripii.cd to public tale at the Court lluuir.lti llloouii
burn, I'a., en
Satin day, April 30th, 1864,
at '2 ii'cluck, I". M.i if laid day tuc folloiii property
Tho undivided third part of all lhat cer
tain tr.K t nf l.tml. "itiiati. In Moiiluour t i p., Columbia
,,1.. ...iilnllllllL' TWO lll'Nlllir.ll AMI flX'l'-
FnlJlt VCHIrf and one hundred and thirty p-Kliti,
ftricl luvnaiirp, l"iindi d mid iloairiln-d nn folluwHlu
jilf. Ailjoliihii; liimlf iifjiihn lllihiiril'.laiidi, nfliirri
iiflVUr Apiili-iu.iu, ili-c'd. laud, of tin- In im of I'altb
ll.irion. iii i '.l. land, of lllonuinburi! It It Iron ('oinp.iuy
Henry Oigjer. and other i whurcuii ara erected alo
A larrji Hin irarn.aon iinii.p.coru issrsycjaww
rrlb. unik .Imp, nnil oth.-r out Imililinv.; nliout niiu .
hundred and urtnly fivt acre, of wliiili r cleared
Tho undivided ono third part of a cer
tain lot of ground, ultuato In Mnnlnur innnthlp C"l
uintiiT county, ailjniug Inml. ofjohn RUlnrdH, n lot of
thsulilow l.enin, Um main Itnad Icailinnlriiin Danvile
tn I'luiiitislnire. nnil 'In' flrnl di .criiieil tract, loutalaiu;
F.iiirt.-fii and one f.urili piTchea of Ua J.all ofwi lelt ii
ij.'izi-il, l iken In eincution lad to ht iuld ai In. prop
erty of Leonard II. Ilupert
A certain lot o( ground situated in
I.inht .Jtreet, ricott tuwnlili, Ciduinbla cnuiiiy liounb
rd as fiillnw... In nil: On tho w.rt by Mam .Street, on
the north bv nn Alley, nn the o.it liy mi J II , and
on On; snutli by lot nt' Jacob llmnlioy, coiitaltiiniui; ouu
fourth of au Acre, nhireon aro orrdeil u lari;e tivo
rtnr) frame DA 1)1.1 IMO IKlL'di: ivlili a riu.r.' Koiun
attached, nd tuu fr.iiua S?t.ible, uith the Mppurleniu.
Heir -.l. tak.h in ex-cutiou aad to b .old ai th
property of John W'jrdiu
All those twoJDWELUNG HOUSES
objects to rcferini,' to private character, of uni. &c. beini; thirty two r.at in Fr uit and
' a r i tttitiiy eisht leet deep, lituate on the roid lead-
and says Wllt IS incorrect. that he In Irom the Columbia C'nal mul iron i oinpanv . dial
J 1 1 bed. near to sal I coal bed. In the ".il.l nmuty ol . u in -
never interfered with his neiehbors' char- bi.i s.-ueii, taken in execution and to b- soi l a. tin;
property ol J. V. Cri.wull. ovner. and Chri.lian
actcr. We Can Ollly ShV to Mr, Duntl. shumau, couir.irtor. lth nltlee to TIiolis. Laton.
' , , Al.i, Uitchey, il al.. terre leu ml..
April I8ih, 1804.
i E call the attention of aur readers to
an article on our first pace, fro-n Tht
New Nation, a paper recently established
in New York to advocate the claims ol
General Fremont for the presidency It
is the most terrible phillipic against Abra
ham Ltnco'n and his parasites that we
have ever seen. It lays open tn the bone
tho imbecility, corruption and tyranny
of his administration. It well says, thai
'were our ancestors to visit the earth
they would be surprised to see that, eight
ty years after ihe revolution that g.ivc life
and liberty to tho nation, tho Liucoln
party could find no other definition ol
'loyalty' than a blind-submission to th
decrees oftlio government.
"Are we in Constantinople, in Si,
Petersburg, in Rome, or in Paris I An
we the descendants of ihoso proud Saxons
vrho refused to succumb to any yoke, or
tho illegitimate offspring of cardinals
reekinir to sreure fnrtuns and greatness b)
a perpetual worship V it asks, and then
adds, addressing itself to his Excellency,
the I'resideiii : "We have been imposed
upon long enough. The ruiu which you
have been unable to accomplish in four
years, would certainly bu fully ronsum
jointed were you to remain iu power four
ytars loDger. Your Military Governor
aud their Provost Marshals override the
Dr. John, wo mean, that runLio .men
should preserve such p'ivite character it,
as would bear sorntiny and investigation.
HeaTjTH r ui TiiK Soldier! For one
wtin flint frnni (till f fTnt nf thi liultot. frn
in:. :...!, : i.. i.r. . . ,
UCIllUli 11SGII, Slliuu lb 1TUUIU LMTi: uew iiiu . . f , . . i .
to the "irrepressible conflict' aud entail Peruh from dD,P smi "P0511 l" n,hl
ou the nation another cyelo of bitter con-: i,ir- S,na11 oses of llOLLOWAiS
teutinn and civil war. 1 PILLS, taken every othsr night, will cor-,
"Rciolve'l. That the Seceded States ' rect all di?erdcis of tha Liver and Stoui
can only bo put down, if at all , by brlg auh, purify ths blood, and eneuro sound
e"arfoi as out. ol con stiuu tonal iclatioas , , ,' , 0,
wfh the Union, lod by being assailed up- b"Uh crer mril!- 0n!' 30 ee,lt' Per
ou principles of ordinary warlare rt'ca , D0X- !
ittfj'crent naliont. J
Resolved, Tint the superior resources' From the Army. 1
nf milif.ov uroirrq nf lit ti Vurtli in tUi ! " '
struc-le are beyond dispute, and that the , Cami-81tii Reut PcrtaA. Vols.,
question of its success turns not upon the 1
relativu ability, but on the fdness uf itt Col iate;
Chut I'-xeciUtvt Mugttlratc to give ejject to l,tAT olr
i's lower, I I wish to call your attention, nd the at-
iteslveilt That it is a matter for scri-' teDtio'1 of ll,c readers of Jour P4Pi ta "
ous reflection whether another election for paragraph in a communication from this
Pre. ideut must not supervene before the Regiment, (signed John Thomas, chaplain,
rightful authority of tha nation ean bo ea al)d ,mblii;hod in the "Republican," in its
tablished, rm tohetlter, in the mtm time, . , ,., - . - n,. . . .
,.,.'.,. ' ' ssue ol the 14th ius'., mi : ! his rcEimsnt
it is not A rr.AoitA.s'r wasth of ouu fr
iNKitoiEs to continue tub WAit." for ample, cauie out a rank copperhead
These resolutions, as wo have said wero regiment, from the commanding ollicer to
introduced by a political adherent of the tllc humblest piivate Now things are
Administrate on the 10th of December, greatly changed.' -
IBGa. Immediately on their presentation, J-,,,T" " 1 ",su lu ""iB ul- ex
Mr. Maynard, of Tennessee, called the at- ccpiioiiR to this paragraph, not because of
teniion of the IIouo to them as being "Me any stigma conveyed in tho remark; fir
fint formal proposition lookinn to the dir.. tUc contrary, to ne calico a eopper
mcmbermciil of the Union und theiccogni
tion of the Southern Confederacy." He
JOSIA1I H. 1'URMAN, Sheriff.
Bloom-burg, April It), If'Ot.
Sarah A Caffran,
Solom Bnw r.
Samuel F, Headier,
Augu"tu H Pa irs
Samuel II Smith
J. hn II Suit
6 25 I
7 21 1
100 Brobst, Yttlor &.3olimick
3U0 0, S. Cox
4 Wil Ifttn Crowy
35 Jorimiah Fiuohor
10 Hnriry O. Miller
0 Henry Miller's HUri
U 0 U. V. Mann Si Koat
ll'J I'hidp MilUr
7 Philip Wall
100 J. P. Finehcr
000 Gooruo Hoctt
40 William Ellis K-t.
220 J icoh Moer
0 William Oinglea
10 Samuel lloonu
11 aWil.iam Ueura
40 Jacob Ever
4 Lorenzo' Grimes
10 Johu B IMcar
10 Jacob D Klinu
00 Peter Applegato
COO Thomas Beiiddeld
1U0 Aaron Gross
5 Sylvester Heilh
80 J nines Lockcnrd
lit) Vallcishaiup Em
100 William Detliu
00 Peter B maimer
350 George D. Heos
209 Philip. Ku'p
120 Is.iac L udviilo
25. Er-kial Colo
200 Go-is E-t
HO. Alex.. & Johns Hs
414 Daniel Mclleiiry, Jr.
47 Abraham Young
4 John Kile
150 Widiam Steplntn
At A. J. Evans'
(lOTillMi EMPORIUM !
t'ATEST SYLES CAKAP GOODS
fpllt: uil.leriioned lynpertfully infiirnn ln frien.Ii
.1 and the piibhe Ri-ni-r.il'y. that hr. Iisi J'Jut recind
froiii the Ua stern citie, a laisu nfiirlno nt of
bein? the bent aortment ever nfTered in thi markit.
A 11) n rninpl- te amortinent of lloj Clothlny. Iu faet
r verythlni! iu lh" I lotliiuc l.ina 1'or those s.hn pref r
to leave their ini'a.uri'B. a perfect fit Kuaratilerd, aul
nothing hot the liert s nrkmaiiphip albmed at IhM e.
l.ihlishiut'Ut. He ulan ktepn on hand a Urge axerl
n an is A.xn si ions.
II AT AMI CAI'-!. lojilht r . ith a vari"ty of mitioni.
Zj- cai.i. aii si.r. i-ok voukst.i r
A. J. LVAN3.
lUoimiibuii, April. 9S, kSi.
CHARLES G- BARKLEY,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
lll.OO.MSlll ltd, fOI.. CO.. I'A,
Office On Main Street, iu ths Ex
change buildings over Miller's Store.
Illoiunsburs April. Hi, lJm-3iu
accordingly moved that the resolutions be
laid on tho table, und on this question, the
yeas and nays being called, it vas decid
ed in tbo affirmative by a vote of yeas 132
against 1 nay, (Mr. Conway, the author
of the resolutions.)
in an elaborate speech delivered on the
war by Mr. Conway in tho House nfllep
resentatives on the 27th of January , 1603,
he expounded his dUunion views at length.
In the course of lhat speech he said :
''I cannot refrain from expressing my
individual opinion that the true policy ol
rbo North is to terminate this war at once.
The longer ii continues the worse our um
at ion becomes Let the two Homes adopt
tho following resolutions:
Resolved by the Senate and House of
Representatives, i)c. "That the Execu ive
bo anil hu is hereby requested to issue a
general order to all commanders of forced
in the several military departments of the
United States to discontinue ofleiiairc op
ratiuos against tho enemy, and to act for
tlia future entirely on the defensive.
Weivlved, That the cxecutivo bo and is
hereby furthor requested to enter into m
gotiatious with the authoritict of thu Co i
fudcr.ite States with rcferonoe to a cessa
tion of hoslilitici. based on the follow inu
propositions : 1. KaconNiTio.v or the in .
forth as clearly now m America as iu !.,...., ct... c t. . j i m.i'ENDENCi; or the lo.nfedkuati
' miieriuuuuiiuu UI MIU UUU1M lis UU 1UUCUUI1U ., . . f . ..
Franco or AuMrU." Pretty plain ta'k . . '. M omn ' . i otatm. a imror.n sys om oi untie
. ,.. 1 v , ' cut nation, or waga an cniiloss war for upon imports. 3. Frco trade between the
that, lor an abolition newspaper, wo shoald , t,ldr ccnirilet0 6ubjugation and extermiua. ! itto States. 4 Free navigation of tht
4ay- Itioii. OJ these altemattvtt lie pretirre t Missippi. 5. Mutual adoptiouof thu Mon-
k., iht jif3t J roc doctrine.
Est lanaloni. Some time aeo, wo at.v ! vv. ,.it,n tt, imoWn in. nr. "I am aware that this may be said t
tail link soma neonla moved ansv. oi.:i i (.:. .mi. bo giving lip the contest. Ill one re (liiesi
, f , h- Vti . ,7.riB Z i s. B. ' f 1 il undoubtedly ia. It is au abat.dontnen.
out of the State, without paying ho Prif ,i0n . spccc!l brcau betakes a new for the time bdng of tho attempt to brin
.or, mi ni.si. ..... ...sV i-u,u. uw m vjew 0f our troubles not so new, nerUaps, tbo South under tho sway of the Union u
Hut it cannot he denied
nn mnrPT p-i. a n p ii neini
ge to express tucm. wo win cuueavor " . w , , " "
to nulil.fh the cntiro speoch bearaftcr. so ro , ... , ...
.. ... , . . ., i . -...,.i i .. . DiSLiKi. i ui'U n i iviiuii iu uuiicrcciiini
lion. Vie had just then been so sorted by ,hat flur rea(lcrs mny -me of itg ,n5riu a G,ob0( aj g,,, Cotljrre8;p 0f,.j
A. H, J. F. MoK, P. R , etc., aud think anJ ,il8 ,:0rreci,.gS 0f his arguments for On the follewing 14th of Fubruary,l8
ws did right in making tho notice. Our ,hemselvea 03. .Mr. Conway explained tho purport ol
houcst friend, RruiiEN II., who had gono his rosolutions and "deded his jo ilion'
West, wroto baok to know if ho "is the car Hon. D. H. Montoomcrt, our in tho following terms, as found in tin
in in." We tell him No. Ho paid tno Stale Senator, has our thanks for Wash- official report of tha C'ongro'fcional de-
ADMINISTH ATOM'S NO I ICR
EJate oj Chrhtinn Mitflhy, dte'd.
T FTrUIt-'of adoiiniFtration onthe (!tateof'hriillin
, , . . . i. i i. . ... I iSlul ev aie oi i euire iwi., i iMiiuiu a ro oec i .
Ueau IU tllC general application "I IDO t1v,. i,.,.,; granted by the ll.eister ofi -ulmulm ru . to
th11 unlerHii:neil ; all peroiw has pit: rl.iiiu-i auaint.1 Oil
I'nt.ite of the decf.dent are re.piehteil in pri ienl tli.-ui to
till Ailiuininti.itiir nt lin roi.lenn- in t.-tnt tuss n -ihip
without delny, and all pemnnii indebted to nuke
HAML'EI. UUWIlli, Admr'i
April Hi l?i:i-l'.ff "ii UU
i view oi our iruuuits uuv so ut-sr, psiuups, iqq ooutil unui
act as though they wero dishonest, and t0 many pc0plo, but he has had tho cotir- force of arms,
enquired how thoy would like to have their .lf,e to express them. Wo will endeavor T,,AT IN T,U3.
bills sent to their new homes for Cnllco-
years iu odvanco, and it an honii man ington's Farewell Addroii and Qen. Jack- bates t
itnl a i!cnilemo. mh'i Proslamstioa vi
J Irare' r'S(J tbat tlrt trtr fn whlrh
word, as used lo denominate a political
party at home, 1 conceive it lo be as great
au honor :ih could be conlertcd. The im
pression however, that Mr. Thomas wished
conveyed was quite different. He wiched
to be understood as saying wo were all
Democrat-), and thereby in hi. e t'inat ou,
anything else but gentlemen. This ih
ductiou is quite fair, inasmuch as gentle
men of hiii political school can not associ
ate anj thing iu their minds m humble aiia
democrat. If, as he asserts iu hu comma
uication, the 8 1th was a copperhead regi
ment, I would rcspeotfully eugge tho best
thing he can do for his country in his ca
pacity as a Miubter of the Gospel, is to
pray God that 11a tend us more Copper
heads, it being, in my opinion, the most
...lie .i i ii i That has y.t been opened in lliitunsliurp,
CfleclUal mode Ol suppressing the rebellion invites the attention of hia friend, and
Tho 84th was originally a democratic
regiment, that is, a vast majority of its
members votrd the democratic ticket when
at home, and our worthy Chaplain will
no doubt ascertain to his regret, at the
Grst opportunity ibat present itself, that
they aie as strong in their demcorat'c prin-
o'ples as ever. Our 'gallant Cclmcl,
(Murray.) the flrs-t Pennsylvania dd. that
fell in this war. was a firm, ardent and
enthusiastic democrat He fell at the but
tle of Winchester, bravely and defiantly
l'.'iding on his legions of democrats in that
s ngumary contest. A better or noble so'
dier has not fallen during this var. Ui
regiment has borne a reputation lor vilor
second to nono in the service; and yit
there aro itay-at-home individuals, men
who never saw a battle nor smell brim.
stone, that call us Copperhoadf. What
hi autilul consistency ! What glorious Pa
The history of the demooral o puty is
the history of the country; its ihcorui
h ive been the landmarks of our Republi
can form of Government, its fundamental
principlo have become tha laws of th
land, and wo ask no greater honor than to
bo acknowledged ts belonging to ils ranks,
olin Shaffer 35
Samuel J Dealer 44
Do Do as
Do Do 10
Ebenrier Branhain 12130
John Young 30 92
Joshua lit-a in 4(1 41
Nathaniel Brown 37 GO
Peter Buiphner 18 811
Robert Jordan 79 1 1
Andrew Porter 80 37
Thomas Uu toQ 1 1 28
Marv Kuitnti 35 72
L'Wis Wkrr 8fl 4.r
William Pu 1 B.r GO
Johmton Hei.ley G 73
Gorge B eklMin 37 GO
Thomas llilluhiuicr (12 73'
Tiotisrt lliltzh'-imir t?lG 55
William shannon 210 05
Amoi Wi.-:crhnm 47 00
P.nton Kline unl Shfpn 38 09
FR ES 11 A R I I VA 1.
Sprinij auD Summer
M IIK umltTi'innci!, emit f ul fur p"t ii&t rnTinr. if
fully iHfnrun hNr-istumcrH atitl tli pti!iliri!fitcrntl)
that lie It.ts j lift ivojivtiil from the Usi-li-rut.' citiev, lh;
irK-'ft and mom fii'k'tt stock of
8PR INU A i 0 8C U M K IL
tn Willi Ii hr
Hi. il they ar ottered for tale nt i;reat barj;aiii(. Ilii
Stock touiiiries n larire asborliuelit of
(;i;nti.g.mi:n m wiiauino ai'I'aui:i.,
I'liusutiiiu hi r'AstuoiAui.fe: liRkii Coatii, of every dfi
enption; rants, V'ets, Shirts, Craiats ftucki, L'olton
lUndkcichiefa. Clovei, c'uM'eiuler.. dr.
Gold Watohcs and Jewelry.
Of every ileaerlptisn. tine and cheap.
,N. II. -Iteineiuoer " I.ou-tnbt r' i c.ifia f.mptrium.
call and see. u charge fur exauuiiK (tond.
Cloonmbur;. April 10, IcCI. ;Jnuclr5'J)
CHEAP new GOODS
Uii under'ijrned having entered into
i co-partnerkhip in lh Mercantile limine. i un
derthe firm of
FRITZ & BOWMAN,
would rejpeitfully annnunru, that wo have pilrrhaied
and juil received a large aud i led niiortineut ol
) E H U 11 A N D I .V E
whirlnvi will sell very chean fur canli. Oar ainrt.
lu nt eonn.t of e vi-r tiling usually kept in a country
nn'ic vueii urn
DUV GOODS & GKOCESIES,
DP.UGS AWD MEDlfiJWES.
Hats, dpi, und Clothing, Boots und
Shoes, s'o , ite ,
Clare In the old aud well known ttand ofn. I atari
it Co. Oiveui a l Al.l,. WM. Fltll'Z,
n. IV. IIUWIUM.
Orancevlllc, I'a., April 10 !n4 .''ni
55. it, JHHfJilg,
A T T O R N K Y AT LAW,
fil99 la Court Ally, formerly mauplml Wy CktrU (
wwytirf- re. i. taw.
82 Euoi Adami 1 32
5 llnjtniiii Allebash 3fi
r) Samuol Achi nbxgh Sii
8 Ahfalom Bouiboy 30
13 Mary D res her . 01
(Ii Dewitrand Bt-nidiel 6 02
7 William Fritz 44
100 Fruas and Ilufftnaa 1 SO
3 Jacob Good SO
22 William IIuFma 02
3 Daniel K-iff-r 20
8 Gcorg.i H.rtn.t 4'!
0 Emanuel Lar.iru.' 60
5 Simon Lowry ' 32
10 Uli.o. Keeco Sf.
11 Chrhtianua Mcfi S2
100 Michael Brobit 0 8(1
70 Joseph Knup 3 6'J
I'll V.N KLIM.
0 .Tirmish Fine her I 44
60 Eljih Reynolds 1 Co. 12-37
343 Paul Appl 13 30
133 Guy Br) an II) 30
43 Abraham Heear 10 39
113 Saiiiin-1 J Mealer 5 03
101 Do Do 4 47
140 William Huck tlew Ci 24
200 Frca k Huffman 8 94
32 Nathnn Fit ekisnstine 1 4H
2f J X & R II June. 1 13
1.10 Thrums Lemons (5 71
250 Michni 1 Lomoos 22 30
50 George Mack 0 71
1 Lot Do I'o . 43
212 R J Millard 14 00
00 Win Patterson's Hit 3 07
3 George Pealer 20
1-5 J B Parks 72
6S Amos Spade 4.5
113 Abraham Youtur. 13 19
TREVSU.-EK'S SALE OF REAL
E T A T E S E A T E I) L A .V :
1 OREEABLY to the provisioin
t thu act of Amen bly, enlitloil an Art t..
llin Sl.tlo debt. &c., pa -il thu Jtth day of Apul
Hie Treasurer of III i Cu i-ity of (.'ol.nulila her n.y
notice to all permim cutin'riigil th 'rein, that
Iheroiinty rnid.linnl poor an I .UttJ 'I'.tt.
ou Ihe follow inn real entnt fltuato il lh cm
Coliiinbl i, are paid bel' re the nay of n il'- tin w
stirli parti of each us will p i thi chir'smi
iliarne.ilile therson, will bu old nt th 1.0,011
in lilooniub'.i,-!.'. cn., of Onluinbh, on lli. I3in
June 1WU. d. in,' tlu second Monday, an I ti l
tinned by adjournment from day to day tor arr.
ol taics due said county and the co'U accrued or. .
OWNERS OR R EPUTED
Years Do'i. (
Columbia Col & Iron Co
T. M. Hubbto 1
.lohu V. iVhwcI 1
Mann, ilnldy & Ctistn!l
John II' rlingcr 1
1- lix ibeth Cine 'a Est I
Mary Shaffer I
Sam I. F. H'-ad'ay 1
Suui'l. F Hemlley I
A. Dciittriek & Torby
R.slurd forhy I
J alia. A. Cromley I
11 WiMi-m Parks I
3 1 ho II irtiiinti A- Mothsr
fl Jtftkwish s Et
1 10 Jacob Johnson
35 Robert Nixon Bit 1 1
OH A NO 12
1 1 4 George Kline Eit I i
55 Do Do 1 I
177 Ui Dj 1
00 1 U Manii I i
1 Lot Rylreiter P Il-ath 1
DANIEL Moll ENRY ,
Tnasuter j i
Llooiiinbiirg, April 7. i
PUBLIC NOTICE FOK LH E:.'
si f'TU'i: u heri by siv, ii ni.,1 in f : m j ,
1 in l.'oluiiilji i i .iintv b.iv f. 1 t' i r p 'i i
th- I ouit i f Uiutli r Lc-i i i f t'i s:.i.i
'J'avern and ?ti r--J.ic on., iu ,'r -in.-'
which f.iid pi titi'io w ill I.. , r i.t iu iM - t. n
on Moinlay tle'.Mfo.iy id A. I ;-- . ;
all peroiiH int. Teste I v. ill I -.1. mui c , .,.i 1 '.
set lor th i ojnty of i I nibi , "ill i.ti ,1
uesiiay, 4lli ila) ol May next, it J,... :
33 Samuel Albertton
28 .Mark Cooper
100 William Drrlin
59 James Di-Witt, Ett.
54 A lid re iv Gray
40 Johnon II. Ikeler
50 George Hceoo
11 Ellis Eves
12 John Child
50 Nathaniel Campbell
20 .S)lveter Pursell
12 Zuhulon Bobbins
400 Golder Elias & M. nn
10 .laiiiiaou Kut'lcr
700 Kile & Nov hard
100 Philip it John Wagntr
13 David Leo
31 Bensjah Parkfri Co.
12 Low is Bush
40 John Fifhor
31 Samuel John
32 Do Do
30 William layers
?200 Mary Myers
100 Thomai Ruston
3100 Daniel Roes
5200 Mary Ruston
32110 Charlotte HuMon
)200 John Reynolds
70 Jacob Bomboy
4 John C. Hettler
7 Jnoob Long.iberger
91 John Michael
20 Peter Miller
175 Georga Nungcitor
0 Bosanua Wall
47 Joibu Zimmerman
Apj licant.i. Tov-i.-Lorenzo
I) Mendeuhall, S or 1!
Oliver A Jaeoby, Tavirn
John Liaeock, "
Wm B Ki oiii,
John J Stiles, II
Samiiul MoIIenry, "
Frankli.i L Shumao, 14 B
Ch.i.lcs F Maun,
J P Sibbet, " Il .
Amos Baches, " C
John Grover, 11 c
Samuel KnMenhikdtr ' ,lCitu
Jacob D Kistlor, "
Hiehard Itarr, "
Alexinder W Lov, Co
Peter Howcr, "
A. W. Cramer, . "
Johu L Kilne, "
Reuben Wasor, 1
Bcnj McIIenry, Fisbtn'i
W A Kline, Greec
A. II. Bon .
Joseph F Long,
Johu Hartmau, Hir
John L Hurst J L
Ludwig Thiol. M
John A Shuman,
tv A R,,,;(i,
Si 03 ( Saiuurl Everett,
1 1)3 Alexander Hugh,
III Samuel L"iby,
10 William Long,
67, Robort S Ho wall,
1 81) ( .1 D Marohbank,
4 83, Daniel L Evcrhart,
90 , John Recco,
V fin lMenaiSurj, April t. 1t'J f