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LEVI L. TATE, EDITOR
VOL. 18. NO. 33.
EDITED BY IXVI h. TATE, FHOPRIETOn,
" Onr Constitution cuard it ever I
Onr glorious Unionhold It dear,!
Onr Starry ring.. .forsake It novcrl
The proud Oancasslan our only peer!
Saturday Mornmer, Oct. 15.1064.
'(JEN. GEO. B. McCLELLAN.
or m:v jehsuy.
FOR VICE PRESIDENT,
HON. GEO. H. PENDLETON,
Wo istuo hut a half sheet tL is week. '
Th County Fair and Election day, being !
both celebrated by our offioo hands, ii our
We are unable, as wu go to preis, on
Fridir dood, to say who is clcotod in our
Congressional District. Judgo Mereur,
Aboli'.ioDist.i, has doubilrst defeated Co,
Or.s. Wm. II, M ili.eu, Domoerat, is
slsoted to Congress iu the Hth Pid'riot.
Ho.v. Ciiaules Dbn.mion, it ro-olocted
to Congress in tho lUth District.
feST Dr. John, last woek, "staled tb.it
a womnn had ckarged upon th tosch
iDgs of such men as Tate, Jicoby and
Lawyer Little, tho raueo of Lor husband
and son's being in the Port.
Wo challenge Dr. John to give this wo
man' mmn, and until he does so, pro
nounce the story, a malicious lie such as
ouly such liars fibncate. And tho nun
who tells the same -tory, ciihtrin bloon
burg, BsnTick, or el!owln'ro,i equally an
More M i I tary A rrcsis.
Jasiaii II. F u u man, High Sheriff of
t'oluiubin county, ami Ronuur C. Fruit,
Clerk to the Uotuuiisti nun, wero on Tuos
dny lt arrested by the military satraps
and sent to prison at IJm!burg. Their
offenses. we suppose, iu the ertimatiim of
the loyaliiln, consisted in tho fact, lint
they had taken two men, (who were alleg
ed deserrors ) from tho jail to Heuiloek
twp., to end thoir vote, and were when
arrostod returning with tb'om to tricjiil.
Wo aver, that in thU, there was no vio
latiou of eivil or military law.
P. S. Messrs. Fuuman it Fruit,
wero dischargod at Ilarrisburg, and havo
returned to Blootnslniig. So al.o, wore
tho throe young mou vis: D. H. Fry,
of Main township, with W. II. Holler,
aud Dan'l Holler, of Hemlock, who were
arrested aa deserters, but again.t neither
of whom could therobo anjthing allegail
by tho tJoverumeiit.
Death of one of Lincoln's Pris
oners. Mr. Wr&MAM E. RoriBttis, of Jack
nan township, Columbia county, diet! on
Thnrday of la?t week, in tho Military
Hospital, near Fort Mifflin, in the 57th
year of bin life' Mr. Roberts was ono of
ilia inour Hinmnlnrv and oTnrtllpiit niten
in all our county ,-a worthy Christian-
man, and was respected by all who en-
joyed his acquaintance. Ho leaves a large
and helnlesM family, thus unmereilullv
deprived, by th-do.potio band of military
power, of husband, father and protector.
Was not this innocent mauit.hiimai.lv
murdered, and murdered by whom I Let
the Lineolu eatrapi aoswor to the oountiy
and before God. Innocent of anv viola
tinn of the laws, ai was evinocd from thc
faot, that ho was discharged a (au days
bolore bis death.
i& In respect to Mr. Lincoln, 1 eon-
lit. ..a n t.nl.l avn.l . ,1,A ..111 ivinnlu ..nn
tibuo to bold exactly tbo saniiments eon-
tainud inmylcttcrofacceptanoa. Ioonsid-
or that his Administration has boen po-
lilioally, militarily and Cnanoially a fail-
nro, and that its neoessary oontinuanoo is
a oauss of regret for tbe oountry.
Fremont's Letter of Declination
Tos, Linoolu's re-eleclion would bo ,a
eamo or rogret for tbo country." That is
Fremont', opinion. Tho neopio are with
him, and they will take measures to prevent
Its -coiitinuaneo' after tbe fourth of March
next. IIU administration is a "failure ,
ayaOon. Fremont, politioally, militarily
aud financially." Yer, agtupend
. -i,,,l. t II
uro Tho people-will take cam of that too,
and the Foarth day of nexi Match, will
inaufturfcte n v admiuiattni'ioii that shall
bo i iuoeess in cvury respect.
CSi Scvflral coitrntyiloations are om-
Hurrah for Columbia
True Thoughout tho Storm.
SOLDIERS ARMED AND MAKING
ARRESTS ON ELECTION Di
Cnllimiiin rMimtir All r:i-i
An increase maloritv in nil
AiMvnsmps, except where tho I
In Columbia County
4 VJ."-fi .'!. i
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IlifiLiO OCTOBER 11,1864.
1 1 EM LOCK.
The balance ol tho County Ticket is
elected without opposition, namely :
SHERIFF, Samuel Snyder.
COM MISSIONE R. A m.en Mann.
AUDITOR Daniel Snydeu.
Tho returns from Ohio und Indiana
) ns lurniincu ty the AssoeiatfU J'ress 1"
1 1'uiladolphia are thesgre. They indicate
r .11 . . 1
I. DBB,oer.Uo g..n ou tho homo vote ,
Ohio of FOR I Y thouraud. Indiana is;
ropr.5e.1tcd to have been carried by tba
, Aboliiionists, by nu increased vote, but ,
j w,: H'u',: EVEUV KBA" T0 nELiEVE that
nu uituai iciurua win vary ma erinny
from this report.
The way to put muslin up to a dollar a
yard is to voto for AnE Lincoln. All
men ho w t u ieo ofcoa . j
, . 1 . I ...
.r Br-u-u jr voiiug
for Lincoln. Sugar used to sell for eight
! and now sells for thirty coots. Vota for
a nn Ltncoln and it will soon bo a dol-
I . .
! Ualf th0 amount a worlsinB raan raote3
goes to support Ana Lincoln.! corrupt
administration. The .ol.lUr in the army I
ho 6oU 810 where he used to get 13,'
P two priof. lo tho Commi.s.r, for all
1,0 btf The nrmy, the navy and the
Fopto through the prolongation of the war
) "OB LINCOLN S 10 tUIS time, WUen ll
... , . .
eouia uave neen ended two years aoo, aro
giving life, blood, and treasure at double
Shall suob an Administration be oontin
lied? No, Never! No!
Ohjof Justioa Taney d-ed at Washing-
1gSii f -a
AND BL00M8BURG GENERAL ADVERTISER.
"TO HOLD AND TRIM THM TOUGH
Glorious News !
THE OLD KEYSTOMi REDEEMED I
oty, ofi 00
GLORY ENOUGH FOR ONE DAY.
Aboliliouisis Seeking (heir Uulcs.
GREAT DEMOCRATIC GAINS.
Pennyslvania safe for
The returns of tbe Election boid in
Pennsylvania on Tuesday lat, as far aa
recoived up tho hour of going to prou,
triumphant redemption ol
the old Keystone State from Abolition'
. , uuiuiou
rule ami .bo Despots power. Never
wa a political contest invosied with raoro
interest, aud none was ever fought more
denperately by tho enemies of tho Demo- '
craiio party Tho Abolitio.ti.U strained '
ctory aerve to win tho battle.
They manufactured bogus despatches,
and circulated all kinds of false news to
oreato enthusiasm for their came. . Mr.
Lincoln himself eutered the political arena iJent, J. A. Swisher, and 8.' P. Demott.
and did all in his power to encourago tho Secretaries. Miltou Trough, E.'q., and
faint-bo.irted in their wavering ranks. Hon. M. E. Jickson, of Uerwiek, ad
But the hardy yeomanry of Pennsylvania ' t,re9sct3 ,l10 'nocting- Tho Speeches of
individually repelled all their insidious lll0, KpDtlemen vcro highly appropriate
advances aud polled nuoli a tremendous
vote sgaiust the law-breakers at Wash
ington and their followers iu Pennsylvania,
a to make tiis State safe fob Mc
Clella.v and Penju.eton. The returns
already reoeived from the various town
ships and counties indicate tho est of tho
current. They arb enough to send a thrill
of iov throurrh I lift li.-.rl r,r ....
friend of tbe Ln.on and tbe Constitution
in the country. They indicate clcrrly,
that tho vote or the tkople is in favor
f .!. T ....
i iim jvemoerauc cau-o. and it tho rest
of tho Stato allows the same result as the
poitions rilioady beard from, THEhE is no
DOUUT THAT THE DemOCBACY HAVH if.
CUKEU A DEC1UED MAJOHITY O.V Tilt
VOTE POLLED IX THE SEVEUAI, COUNTI1 S
or this State. Let this suffice us all m
; oxchange our hearty congratulations on
the. crlnriniiQ moutf .ml ... .-
ca - .w-m.w, muuuu ud iu iicrvo
, g r work sun iiclort
ua ocgh w now known to enable as
tbank the gallant Democraoy of tho State
for tho noblo work thoy performed on
Tuesday in tb face of tho most dctermin
ed ami unscrupulous opposition that ever
arrayed against them 1
C There never was a greater unani
mity in a country than was exhibited here
.1 tl.n fall .I' C. . .1
Ul "I WHIIHCI, UUU IUU CDUIII WHS
p0WCrleM In the faoo ofit; but Mr. Liu-
coi completely paralizod this generous
feeling. He dentroyed tbe strength of tho
I position and divided tho North when he
1 ueoiareu 10 1110 qoutu mat slavery nbouiil
! bo protected. He has built up for the
South a strength which otherwise they
could havo nover attained,
"mon, s Letter of Declination
L.neolu paralyzed tho Jorth, and built a
strength in the South, And yet there are
men who de.ire tho oontinuanoo in power
ol a man whose measures dettroy the
""""I l"uia kua luutuunico ui
a....u n ..
oouvu. uenatuiy an aummisiraiion
which has thus administered affairs is not
only unworthy of continuauco iu power ;
but its continuance would bo actually
crimiual. Will the neopio continue suoh a
VMy 10 condemned by its own friends !
OP T HUT II AND WAVE IT O'ER
COUNTY, PENN'A., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1864.
Have You Heard from
deliwakg a.m) roxKEtncirr ?
"Behold how Brightly Breako
The People Speak for iHcUlrllan, Pc2-
tiicion atid the Union.
The elcctiou on Tuesday of hit wock.
throughout tho State of Delaware for
Judges and Inspec.or,, recited in tho
Bh..iuibi innmpn ever aoineveit by tho
Deiiineraey of that State. 'I ho Dtmo
j cratio majority is 1 ,405.
J Returns from eleven towns in Conneo-
ticut dhow largo Democrutic majorities
an average gmn of four hundred in every
uutrict heard from. The Democratic
bosta aro marshalling !
More Democratic Meetings.
A very large and cuthusiaslic Demo-
; oratio Meeting, was held on Friday even
ling of last week, at MiOlinvilU. Jacoh
I Yohk, Esq., President, Andrew Frcan,
j aud S. Creay, Vioe Presidents, and
I Wm. Kriekbaum, Seo'y. Addrcista wore
,' delivered by Col. Tato and E. H. Little,
1 Locnut Democratic Meeting.
' mi.. !-...... ... - -
uon,.Mio citizens 01 jj0Cuat twp.,
r .i.oon 0.
last week, at Col Hum' Hotel. It was
organized by electing 4Lzoxahd Adams.
Esq., PrcBi'deut, Wm. Driesbach, and
Henry Fink, Vice Presidents, and Gem
offlir Seo 'j. E. H. Little and L. L.
Tnte Ksq'rs a,ldrcs?cd Vi
Jerseytowu Democratic Meeting
The D mocratio cifann? of Madison
township, oonvout'd at Jtrseytortn, on
Saturday evening last, and organized by
anooinlin? Lewi Srmrvr.rrt n-.
aim gave universal sntislaotion lo the ''He
rroeracy of old Madison."
Berwick Democratic Meeting.
On Monday lat, a Domocratio Meet
ing wad held at the Town Hall, in Dcr
wiok John Doau, Erq , in the Chair.
Effective speeches wero delivered by E, H.
Little, Fsq,, and E. L. Merrimon, Esq.,
(of Wilketbarre,; Col Livi L. Tate, and
Hon. M. E. Jackson. Awful wap thc
whining of the poor doomed abolitionists,
Auuthcr mKCtill,r Ba, ,ld in tLfl ovcn.
ing, in !rwick, and 'ras addrassed by
Me?sfi. Meiriman k. Jackson.
Goino it Stko.(1. Wo have received
an txtra of tho lilontnabiire Democrat,
published by Levi L. Tate, Esq., eon-
' ,,.i!","t;i,'lC t'Tlu. RtDtu: n"
..Of , 11WU1 1. UUl Jll UUU llllll. J . Jl,
Ruekalew, together with fundry local
news and matter. This is a truly a pat-
j riotio paper, and doierves the patronage
of every Demorrat m tho State. They
aro Hchtinir against the minion of nower.
located iu their midst, and yet thoy daro
to speak their sentiments and to preach
their honest convictions to tho peope.
May heavou' prosper them. Ilarrisburg
Patriot And Unicri.
Tho present English Risbop of South
Africa was onco a curato in Scotland.
He was accustomed to pass over a certain
bridpe.whero sundry young man who spent
the sabbath phying pitch and toss used to
, . , .
revile htm for his earnest advice. Putioi.ee
becoming exhausted, the muscular curate
took off hit coat and wollopped the crowd.
Il soiuu of tho native chiefs in Africa ccd
sound argument tbo Risbop oan furnish
"lirown's lironchila 7'roches." Rev.
Chas. S. Robison, late of Troy, now of
lirookliu, N. Y., writes of Brown's Bron
chial Troohes ; ,lRev. Mr. Rooth gave mo
two or three trom uis pooset, a tew ypars
?Bo.Torndlnf m. ,0 make a trial of
hem, for bo had fund them ben.f.ctal, I
have kept them on land ever aiuco, and
found them very -erviceable after the
weariness of spear ng, as well as allaying
tbe inilation oonst q'uent of a oold.
The DavrT, 'e publih to day, a full
list ol tho Draft' I men lor Columbia,
The Board of Examination, are lo meet
on tho first of N'ovembor, at Bluoins
burg. Drafted u.m aro required to ro-rtt-
t'sw nana t'v Iki f VasraeiW,
THR DARKENHD EARTH."
List of Drafltd Men of Colombia County.
DRAWN OClOIlKtl 3, I654.
1 Qnr.rt.wuoD, .
Jacob Lone William U Parker. Michael
Wal, 1-aac Kline Jacob lliirriion, David
Demon, 0. V Swisher, William M Parker,
William 11 Mather, David .Htady, John
Ke. William M. Heece. J0I111 Sladen,
Zebnlon Kline Klijah Ike'er, A. 1'. Vomit!,
John C I.pninn. John Crawford, Jmnfi
Manning, Ana F Hoe, Clurk W. Kline,
Andrew J. Altierteoti. Iticlurd J Kvhs.
Samuel McHonry, Itobi, Muirvo, Wm
C Eves, Georfiu Greenly. Ira Jolirnon, Jno.
Moore fcro, Isaac Heacock, D. Swisher,
I'arvin Kve, Thomas VViUon, Jmiailun
f.emnn, H. J. Walts, Hendriek Baru;s, Sam
uel Patterson, Daninl Ohl, Wm. P. Ikeler,
Jos. Klus Kves, Jno. C Rictiarl, 'Jeore
Ikeler, Kranc'n M line, Henry B. Maiher,
Jnteph Clement, John T Patlerson, Har
vey Smith, Joseph S Kline, Samuel T.
Uernitmer. Samuel Mnoprave. Parry D
lllaclc, Wm. B Patterson, Maihias M Kline
' floori-H Mariin. Mon
man, J' D. Wi.son.
raslH Hemlershnl, Dav
id P. Allan, Francis P Koi, Abraham Tit
man, Clintnn Kobbins, Oeori: W. Leo.
Joeph H Parker, Js.,W, Pation, Kea mi
Conner, Peler llajma'i, Williamson De
h lit, James Doniti
Mathias Coyl, Moses Snytler, Jno Thorn
a, Jnlm De.nner, Wm Snjder, Pairick
McDmiald, Henry Drucher, Kichard Hor
ran. CworKe W. Dai, t arney MeGinro,
Moses Lung, Frank Smelser, Ceor-je Rendy
I'rmh Tilley, ,'1'hnrnBS Uowon, Hichnrd
Harri-l. PhiUp Watjiinr, John Shillinit, Carl
Noivman, Ellis Vaiemiiie. Edwani Fuyor
ly, John Laes, Frederick Hush, Benjamin
Leonard, H. chard Keller, Thomas Howell ,
I'eler Glensner, James Jlageny, James
Cravvford, llarlir? Bienin, Joshua Call,
Henry Umlaut, Thos. McCprmick, Frsilrjr
ick Snyder, Hsnry l'irotig, Jacob Shane, nr
tliiinnmin Jrtnpi. Viphntna KmMUnr (,tit,n
Dewill, Anthony Gallagher, Daniel KeilTer,
.lames lien muter, thailes McNibI, Hetij
Hubert Packer, .Jacob Fiher, Jn-
Hushes. John Nnlu, Daniel Moier, John
Inctn. II u I nh Nt v fin I'hn tlmvmr I I .
Beadle, Thomas Lengan Michsel Hacnan,
Morris Morrison, Joseph Steel John Dan-
nan James H. Hhine, Boben Fabler.
F.lias Ash, Liviniji-ton ithnno. Jr.o Pealer
3d, Stetiheii Dresber, Jelhro Henry, Jixiah
Coleman, Jnhn l. Merrel, Ira 1). Kline,
Emanilui Bender, Samuel F. Pealer, Pos
'er Sulion, Alexander McHnnry, Jacob M.
IValer, P. D Sutton S I) Kline. Joseph F.
McHenry, Hiram Pealer, Jacob Guisinjier,
Abraham Kline, Levi Lunijdr, Cvrus B.
White, Cyrus Bobbin, Datnel F Kramer,
Camdsn Meart., Daniel McHenry, John
NeytiaMl, H. A. Fiillrntr, John I HeMi,
Daniel iiinurd, Norman Mcllenrv. H in.
l oleniMi, Jacob Kindt", Wm. Lamlerliach,
Martin A. Arnmeran Ira J. Thorns Emun
tlus l,'nangl, A. A. P. Unanu't, C)rns W
' 'inr eilmg, Elias B. Bender, Genrue Doily,
Itbiibeii Bosian, Allred T. Crevellinj;
Alfred Peijc' Samuel Johnon. William
B Kunjan, Thomas Dncheiiy, Jame W.
Eves. John J. Kearnes. Jos. Kichards, Geo.
W. Nephew, Samuel .11. Kline, Amo Hilt,
Davis liunyan, Elias kichard Francis Eves
J.-hri M. Smith, Auslin Corell. Andrew S.
A'len, rtinmas O. Kline, Josiah Moisi, Jno.
Dallmau, Jacob A. Swisher, It. II. Moul,
Geo. W. Cole, Samuel P. Demon Uaao
U hippie, Hiram Lunger, William Kuuley,
Joseini K-,. Mium, w imam I'ursel, iienrue
W. Girton, Michael Hock, Jojepli Keter,
Joel Foulke, Stephen Flln, Daniel S. Been
lei, Abraham StaurTer, David . Hole, . David
Kinney, William Kyer, Jamea Mills, O. P.
Henry II. Kelchner, John Harmon, Sam
ue 1 Huil.u, Win O Eves. Heniy Conner
A B Smart, Guo. W. Applenuu M M
Mrtiatgle. J V. Keeler, Lemuel For",
Alexander Herring, Perry DeLonit, Michael
IWenbuch, Sanderson Por'el, Wm. Miller,
John Welcch, Itatiflow Feiater, John Keet
er, Emanuel limine, Win. Goodrich, Jer.
ComMock, Jno. MnMltnan, Jno. M. S'hite,
Mellm 'Irimbnre, Ruffel White, Corne.llui
Bellas, John Fisher John Heldebraud, Dan
iel Shuliz, Samuel Everett, Wm H. Snjiler,
Pliiiieiio Vouok. Joseph Idler, Monross S.
Hnjhtirot, Oscar Achenbach.
I C. karne, Philip Knau.e,
1, Hnuben Appleman. Philip
J. Slile, Jame- F Karnes,
John Kepler, J, C
' Charier, editions
A L'llim InltM
ii,, iiuii. .'tii, j. w Hie , ui. II." 1 UHIHC3. 1
Hiram Ash, Ueniamin Colley, Geo. U. Hess,
Elias McHenry, Jeremiah Sides, Jeremiah
Vansickle Alexander Hess, Sari.U Kline,
Lawsnn Huehes. Jnhn Ii. Keeler; Geo I. an
bach, Levi H. Priest. Hiram Hest, John S.
McHenry, Lowrv McHenry, Thomas O.
Kline, Christian Laubach, liohr McHenry,
Irvin Krickbaum, Freeman Horn, George
W. Cole, McKelvy Brink, Abraham Hart
man, Joseph Ash.
Jacob nmberger, Henry Miller, Daniel
Ilamer, Hutcl.iiii-ou Brown, Wm. Bakor,
Iloubeti Owen, Andrew
Hatz, IV.ier . Shllhammer
J"1'1' rt '""b Keister, Joseph Snumau,
J0!"1 tt)'. Juhn Naus, Ihomas Shumau,
Mephen Michael, Jool Swenk, John Har
ring Andrew bhuinan, John Singly, Wm.
Kimball, George W. Hawk, Hanrj Ho.sler,
Jacob KlingHuian, Henry Hearharl, Thomas
Miller, Henry Hiuterlitor, Conrad Bredbeu
der, Jacob Haraer, Henry Henuiuur, Jno
Abrahnm Pelerman, James Smith. Nath
an H. Sewaril, Andrew Hess, Wilson Fritz
Calvin Kitchen, David Coker, Emanuel
Dills, Dynr C. Mans, John Gelz, Andrew
Kile, Clark Neiiz, George Moore, John W
Dillz, Uaiio Meikotl, Georao W Masieller,
George Ellison, Benton Colo, Alern Cokes
onbairer, Jer. Vansickle, Wm. Peierman
Henry Hoffman, Michael Honberjjer Jno.
Snyder George Phillips, J, B. Kosienbat'er
Jonn Erwin, Jacob Lindenmuth, Franklin
Beaver, Berin Horubeiger, Peter Bitner, sr
John S Carl, Jesse McClow, Wm I. Kline.
David Long Isaac Dver, William. Erine
Washington Gaiger, Jscob Slino jr., It A.
Herbinu, C. S. Mears, John Lindenmuth,
Wm. D. Phaylor.
Jacob Knitll, Jacob Kelchner. Clinton
-UwUckall, w4 W, Kivto,
Silas W. Mcllflnry,, John II. Fritz, Let!
Keeler. Daniel Fritz 1 Jiicob Shnli., TIkh Y
Herr, John Uoderts, John Shnllmiberijer W
S. Parkf r, Wm. W. Ilobens, Jelferson Fii'z,
Jacob KiioJfe'. Wm. Younir, Jackon Me
Henry, John F. Derr, Washington Kuouje
Jusnph Swuyny, Wm. Thompson, Jarne
Hist, R. W. Lyons. James Drnihlebis, laac
M Lymia, Win Karchner, Val. Welliver.
Ausiiii IJanldron, Silas Sweeny, Benjamin
Pia't, John Colo llnbert Poi'er. Satnl. Wil
liam, Isaac Yount, Hei.ry Gardner.
Frpm,Tiie Star of tho North.
Fort Mirn.iN, October 7.
KntTOR or Tiir. Star : It becomes my
painful duly 10 announce the dpaih-ot Wil
liam E. Hoaicifrs, ono of llio citizip prifou
ers brought hoio by the military on the first
of September, lie had been at the hospi
tal about twelve days. At midnight last
eveulne. iha gates of our coll were jhrown
opsn and ihe death ol Mr HoDiiiTS ws an
nounced, Yon may imasiim. Mr. Editor,
tho leelinas this iad news imported at that
solnmn hour. Our feeling wero such that
Utile sleep ekrno Ic our reliel during the re
mainder ol the tiinhi, When he left the
bomb-proof for the hospital he was the
very picture ol despair; his beard and hair
whiloned vviih Ihe frost of fifly.six wir.d-rs,
his form bent over, hisjhands clasped across
his breast. 1 turned from the sceno with
feelinas ol anguish. Binished from his
home from his wife and family and dy
ing without the sight or a comforsitig word
Irom those who would have yjadly admin-!
iMered ur.lo him in his dyimj hours. And,
what can I se.y to his beieaved wife and '
All that we could do in our
siraiahlened cirou instances lo render him
j comloruble was den. After ho was t,t-
1 ken to the ho-piial ho was cared for a well !
, , co,lld ho ftpscted. , 1 do not envy the !
' position ol the fiand or Guilds who wore the '
1 cause ol lorciim this pnor old man (torn his'
homo and lamily and Iriends to die nmon
strangers. Frequently, aller he became
very leeblti, he would enquire it General
Coi'rn In.d come, us he ant ici paled a in
leae. Poor man, he it. releat-ed liom the
control of all earthly power, and will bo
brought belore a Judge where justice, is
meted oui. Thoe wicked persons that
were instrumental iu bunging htm here, if
not dead 10 all loeltt'Ks ot common human-
, ily musl lia8 bl!,Br cnmpmictinns of con- '
Fcience when they look upon that poor,'
disconsolate family, whose support and'
cornlort they have taken away. May Gou
in Hi. mercy forgive them. 1
This is considered a ery unhealthy loca-.
lion, even out in Hie open air. and must bo
much more so in this damp, closo cell.
The elfect is visible opon all.
Without, eren charges being preferred,!
thirty-eight days to-day have elop.ed mnea j
we were brought here. Bui only intending ;
to give an account ol the death of one of !
tho inmates ol tr.'m cell, 1 will not trouble !
you further, hopinrj soon aaaiu to enjoy the
sacred boon ol I.ibkhtt our forefathers
lought and suffered po much lo accomplish
ll tho present state of things continue, Ihe
inepiimablo blra-i.ngs of liberty will be
wrst-'.ed from the people, and de.potism
w.ih it6 dark pall will (utile over our one
happy couuiry, which, may Heaven pro
ven',. jhes m'hicnrv.
"Poor TnT.'' Taesday avet.inig last at
the Conn lloure, the Managers and Direct
ors ot llio siraighis of this born, uatn an
entertainment, ai which lliay iniroilucsd a
one of tlie speakers, II. F Ci.ahic Esq (as
ho said) from the rebut county ol Colum
I bia, who was mado Ins nape o,l 111
; CongreM,ona, Uislrlct u. yorfrs ag
....... . . ,, , . n r.
j f,'iml 10 ,hfl bools of ,ho Rar- G"0'
bia, who was mado tho Hune gout in this
10 bear Ihe sum ol the outcasts, to
Java tho r niintv Tirkm frnrn KMinmminii
Jele.tl L He bowed himself to ihe vokn of
hi oppressor", aud Vissed ihn hands of
those who made him tho dupa and victim
of their selfish ends !' It was a sad pic
ture to behold, but it shows iho pow.r ol
ihe artitt who paints the canvass 10 suit his
own selfiidi ends,! Not one word of inqui
ry did Mr Clark mako after iho '-(tro thou
sand majority" that was promisml him in
this noble old county, ihat was able to give
Mr. Lincoln for whom he spoke, AvtJhou-
snnd majority. II h can't In4 in Bradford,
belter than ho can run (or Congress, ho will
find that he is spell bound, and ho hau
better return lo his "Rebel County," and
let Maj. 1'Ki.nT havo Iha voles llhaiiford
Tlie TAEiNo or Mobile Given up It is
staled in a high Republican uuarter thai
iho idea of taking Mobile has been aban
doned. This Is undoubtedly true, beeaue
Farragut has been ordered to the command
ui iho Atlantic (squadron. If Mobile) and
Charleston could be taken, trade would in
evitably, spring up as at New Orleans, aud
the supply ol iha' great necessity lo the
laboring man, cotton would bo vastly
increased. Trade is a great civilizer and
pacificator. Mr. Chase held before the war
to'-letting Ihe Southren Slates o, lor trade
would soon bring thorn back again," That
would have given up the Ujiion without an
effort tJ manUin ill authority, But a Dem
ocrat "or any other man" who after four
jeers ol badly managed war, suggests
tf for tas.atlHi'j.a h a Kails? 1
TERMS: $2 00 IN ADVANCE.
A Lady who has been n momber of tho
Methodist Episcopal Churoh of Bloomi
burg for several years, would refer Rr.
R. E. Wilson, to Dr. Clarke's oooj
monta upon verso 17th, Chapter 2nd of
St. Luke: "These ahenherds t.
I f ( " V IjUU
fi'tt praackors of tho Qospol of Christ i
ana wnat was their txt I Why, Glory to
God in the hishut lltam.
peucc and good will among men. This
is mo oiegaut ana enorgetio bavino wbioh
ooraprises tho sum, and sabataniu of tho
Gospel of God. This, and this only, io
the mesiago which all Christ's tiue pnttort
or ihtphtnli bring to ruen. Ho wliq,
while ho professes the -religion ol Christ,
disturbs society by his nreachinir or i?rtV
who excludes trom tho salvation of
God all who hold not his rcligioui or pol
itical creed, nevt r knew the naturoi of the
Gospel, and nsver its power or influenoo.
How can religious cohtcnlianc. civUhmU.
or optnviara, look tint Gospol in tho faot
,..t.:.t. ....n 1 ... .
"uicu puuusncs nointng but glory to God
u.t, jjculc mm gooct mil among men.
Crusades for tho recovery of a holy land
sooalled, (by the.way .latterly, ho most
unholy in the map of ths world,) and wars
for tho support of religion, are an insult
to the Gospel, and blaphemy against
God 1 b
MihAUbuiiKldt. both Of0rnoo7twp"col. c.
In Town Hill, on (lie l'Jih of Hoptcmber Dr R r7.
UoK, tummy or UloonHburg. aA Sou't yen.?
Cathifn. Cliarily Wliltmlre, Died October 8th
A5M Sutjr ye.r. .Vino Mouth, and 1.1 A,y0 wjfe of
01" whitmlr. of rinaTowrmhlpUelumtla ec Pa
Five Teachers WantedT"
lliortiuabarir. Oct . 1704. St.. VV LR'
Till, iiifuriiialiuu will cost von ir.ui.in.. , y
w' :wn L,u Trom me enflnture firth- n,u- -i . .
Tuee Calves, Two red Deiffirs. and
One Young Buil,
all under one year nlil. AnVDron lm .in
timber JLauil rr Sale
THE undersigned, offers to Re! at'Pri
rate hair, it Sood I'racl of TlMiipn i
uair hi llentoi, Sli?ar o"rLnVliDi' eiv"',0,
.JjohiMiR laud, of j0",r,j llM,?r SPI7U,L''' co.
i'our Hundred Acies
" -d ....
i. Jena easy wiUi liriri ircu.
pivminit. "utrAl time 0H p,irl oilhu
O Y u U M fi KA e
Jutt Published in a Seeded Envelope.
1 iinti oi. riiN To.
"rt Zn ; V Au,h0J f'he''Or"cn.oolJ:.fccUER
awtul coM.eivqnce. of Heir.Abu,o"ny H .ff,,
undeflectual, by which vcrv ,S!.V "nco. cer,,,1,
his co. dmon iiiiv b, mlZVL .,uV?.r" . ?. 'natter whal
val.ly.uod radic.ll,. .Thu",."' """" ,ll''
boon 10 inonnmd, .uj thousand..
.nvc,,, ieceicr V.V'
tauilia.br addre tin
n VH;Ka: S' c K'-'NE. fc Co..
Ort W, l"7"r '""wnitdf.i tJH
y a WKNTlVnRTII.Phytlclan from Oorminy.har.
XJ init located permanently at .Mordan.vlllo, t'oluui.
bia county. P... rc.pectfully inforim Ihi puhltc gener-
nn prompumi. nu on mnaerata ttrui. and will
guarantee general iatitfaction.
Bep't 54. 1? r.
T0TEdllEai-"3li Mule and rJit Petnata Teach
fr'i." to take cluirKe of tin Fuiilie. School, of Union
towiihip, fcliuylkill ronnly.
I h t'.iamiriHlinn will tako rilaee at Rin.tonn.on
tli. 'iSlhof O.tobcr, liici4, commencing at IU o'clock, a.
111. The rJchoilt will open on the second Monday of
November, ana continue Four month.
Liberal d.'erie. will be paid,
TIIOilAa RYAH, fl.ct'V
Rlngtown.Ori, 8, 180J- ' B'
Estate of Iiussel White, dc"d.
I ETTEnSpf administration mi Knaleol Rmiel
Ij White, late of o.iilr. two., Columbia co Uec'd.
have been granted by Hie UelHr of Columbia co.V in
theunderilgned i all perton. having cl.uu.agalniilh.
eatate of the decedent aro replevied to vreieut theiu 1.
tlie Adininutrator at hi. re.idenca in .aid low
ahip withoutdelay, aud all p.non. indekted to iwak.