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AND BLOOM&BURG GENERAL ADVERTISER,
LEVI L. TATE, EDITOR.
"TO HOLD AND TRIM TflK TORCH OF TRUTH AND WAVE IT O'ER TUB DARKENED EARTH."
TERMS : $2 50 IN ADVANCE.
VOL. 19.--NO, ,35.
BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNT V, PENN'A,, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28, 18(35.
THI PHOENIX PECTORAL
ill Cuic Your CVngli
THE PII9KNLX PECTORAL:
J ',u I uiiuivili,
.............. . ..
COMPOUND SVRt-r or WILD CHERRY fa NTB-
EKA SNAKE ROOT.
ti-:ii m .i n r .i
Hill (Jure the DlSOasCS (It lllC
wJTROAlP AMI? 3(r ITS G
WAAVAV fc 4 ? 4 M M M A
Burh as Colds, Coughs. Croup. Asthma,
Bronchitis, Catarrh, Sore Throat,
ItS'tltncI) U30 Will prevent
nt-r .rv n v iinMiniMm r,-v
I'll IjMUi Al 1 CONbUMPI ION,
And even whro thla r.-a rfi.l dl.ea.o I. fully dcvel.
oped It will afford more u lief than any other w,.-di
I Lawrence Cetr., rj-Spc.ikr of th Pennsylvania I
House of llunre.eiitativc.. .uv. "Thi, entn-li reo...
ly I. nmv extensively ued,and la of the highest value
to th rninmiiiiliy, its rurat.VB qualities having been
li-lt'il by lhnii-aiid with the mn.t n r.U 1 1 y i nc remit.
It I. earelully and skillfully prepared from v ilJ
Cherry Uark and Pclitka Hn ie Knot by Dr. Levi Ober
holtter, a reputable phyiirian of I'hncnixviljc, I'a ,
nd i. .old by neaily all druggi.t. and country store
D. P. Crosby, ri-Pnitmattcr and ex. Purges of Poll.,
I'oTT.Towt, lifPS Jan. 3.
Thi. eertllie. that t have m-d thr I'lintnix IVclotnl
In my family, mid I rtcrmivirnd n to the puhlie a. the
ery hot remedy for fuurh and t'o'd. that I have
er tiled tine of my children waa lakui wniin
nj, accoinpaiilcd with a Croupy L'nugh.to bad, indeed,
that it could n it talk and breathe lm Ing heard mi
Riiii'.h .aid ahutit the I hoeulx I'irtntal, I nroiiircd a
hlil of It, The fir.t ilo.n relieves the dillicully ol
tr'atraiug, and befure tbefhlldhad tu ten oiiC'I'niirth
nf the butt e it mitiril) urll Lvrrv finiily ahn'd
have it Hi their hou.e. I). I' l Itu.-iliv.
J. C. tfiTiith. driigiUt, of N'etv Hope, Muck, tuuntv.
Ta.. Ill wrillne to lir Qlii'ihultrgr. av "A fe
oay. lnce I bounht livn di ztnoi ynur v ilualilu cou(i ,
.y all gone ul.l l,ke you to .end IIIC l urn., of It. I
rioeiir n irr. onu mm 11 very Kiiou.iiu e. 11 m eur
'Your medfrine. give, b .lt r viti.f.u Hun thin nnv
other 1 have In the store, 1 nut ncut l"r aome of the
Riit popular cough pitparMious, but j mir. n em. to
Ve doing the no.t good.
Tnc following in an cxtrai ' from a letter ironi llir.m
Till., merchant, ntnr l'oitttiwu, I'a "I have tried
the Plircnix Perioral, and find it to be the ,e.t cough
medicine extant. It meets with a inure read) sale than
any oilier thul I have, ever h id 111 my .tore."
'the proprietor of this medicine hi. much eonfe
lence in it. curHtivc ).oweii) Irout the te.tiinou) of
thouiand. wlio have un.'d it. tint lue iur y win h
Paid hack to iny puichaser vho i. m.t .iti-ti . v 1 1 li
It I. en pleasant Ui 'ake that rhiidrin pn fu it
PriCH I IIIltTV-r'i VI. 1 KM M , uiig.i ilnttl, . flK
It U intended for only one tl... f di,e,t'e.t name
1, those uf the Tlirmt ainl Lone.
itf Prepired only by
LEVI OliliUHOLTZER, M. P .
foM hv all OrtisuutP nml 9t-rr kpe(.cf .
Kortb Biith rfuet. I'litlail Iphin, .inj
F. C. V('KII.9 U f n,, n. ! 15 r'rmklin titrrft, Sen
ork Clennai VIio'mbI A? nts.
oM bv E. V Ul.'TZ anl I.VKR Jf MOVUR Unvj
wlt, i.Ui 'U.-li'iri;, ami by im nrly t ety flruom oml
(jr.try kt'irakcepiT in 0l mbU cn'Jnty.
tn4 Ihi- intHrtnt! ,n tint i I Ii nt . .n t.fl' it ill. 1
4in o:htr iM?iiciMu. bi't ktiiiii jt ouvt to qin: -f Hit
tie 0r it.
Junu lU. lfcf-3,- Cm
READING RAIL ROAD.
July ao, 1 yrt.j
(" rrat Trunk Line From The Nnrib
. 7 and North west for I'Mlnlelpriia New Vork.
Beading. Pnttsvill't, Leliinnn, rMlenton, l'.i.ton, .tr
Trains leave llarnburg for N,n V'otk, a. folhiw.
At a (in. 7, '-i and 4.13 A. M.. and I is I' ,M arriving ni
Net Y"rk at la 00 A. M . un I ...On and in. 10 l. M.
I'hs ahovecnniiert with similar Train, on the I'enu.
sjlvanta Hail Koad, and tflei ping Cars accouipaii)
th 3.IK) and H.t5 a. M Train without ilrmc"
l.ave tor Ktaltilg Pott vllle. T,iiii.vuh, Miner,
villc, A.lila'id. i'lii" fio, . 'l. olo a, and PhiMdi.1
p'naulb.la A M and P M, topping at Kebinoo
avl prilicil til etalion. outy.
Wnv Trai'if. stopritiig nt pour, at 7 'Ji A l and
. lu P M. Returning, Leave ,ev ork at 0 A .tl
t.Ot noon, an. I ri I' l, Pinl.tdeiphi i at " no l nod
1. Jo I' M . ii.tt.Mll-i at MA I M nnd -.'.-.'.j P M : h
land at I'.Ut V M ,i".l l'J :' o. T i, m-i , i m 3 15
M vna 2 ii P M and fteadlug lit I On T ..5 and III t.S A
M, 1 JBnw Oi P M.
Uwading Accomuio'iatioii Train : t eav.a Rendlug a
r II) A ,M nturnliK from l'hilai-lphia at 5 uo P .11.
(oiiiioi,t Kail itond 'rriiiu. biave li.-adioy at It")
and to. A M a:iu ISV M tot I., li.-.il.,. l.uii. Col
uaibta aic , , ,
.,.,011, AC , i.rnvi i-,.v oi(,u c.u',1 , ill-
j... . . o ,. , i.i. n
i.tll'lll, I. I ,'l.lOtllV,lil',.u,l' lU.il.ljjr.
M. llarri.eiireh I.1 A Hand iteadioj all. da -A M for
tumui'i auon ,ni"ag. rea-o . rr u,-,, n'i
.Ion Tickets 'o and from all iimnt-. ut reduced
luggage cltecKed thruugh , su poiinu. anowiu e.iro
A. Ml. DLLS,
FeadiDg, I'a July I'l, Ie65.
FOtt Till! L'NFORTCN A PH.
t'SED WITHOUT DHTK-'ITON.
Tb.y do not Interfere with business pursuits, end are
r-e.dy in artlnu.
NO CHANGE OF IMCT IS Nr.CCS3flV.
HELL'S SPECIFIC PILLS
. . ,, ClliergCUCie. ill H.ruic ,,.;.,,. - -
are warranted In all ca.es, vllr,u, forms of IlLISDNLtfrS, L'ntarnct, Oceluon ol
FOR THE SPEEDY AND PERMANENT rt'ur. OF , ,10 Pupil, Cro. Lyes, Closure of Hid Tear Ducta, In
Pemlnal Weakness. Urethral and Vnjinal Dl-rhnrges, vcr,iou of the Ky.-lld, Pterygium ti, c. And iu
nUrt, Hcmal Dissa.e., Einmis.ion., luipHonce, den- , ,ri.jt ail forms of .Sure., Eye Crannied l.idn, "l1""' ' e
Ital ad Nervous llebilny and diseases of tlio Dladder 0f the Cornen, and Scrofulous illi-a-e. o the l.)e 10.
They am adapted for male nr female, old nr young
and are the only reliable know u for the cure of all ills
ea.c.aiifin; from ,
vrvii'i'UL'lTr I vnici-in Wl'in V
In all Beiual Diseases, as Cotiorrhca, ritrlctuM,
filcet, and in all Urina y and Kidney eontplaint., they
wl like a charm. Relief Is eincrlenicd by taking a
iugle box , aud fmm four lo ait bojes generally effect
'tWIdinboies containing fO pills, pric Ono Dollar,
r.iil''e., Fivo Dollars, also, in large boges, con-
r . t -r .... ii n-hu, linll.,..
tatnlog lour 01 siumi imto 4. ,,u,,u,v,
' Private Cireulura to flentlerren om-t. sent free on
.receipt of dirertcd envelope and (tamp.
Cr- If yi t''i th the Pill., cut out this ndver
llsemeiit for reference, aud if you cannot procuro tliein
uf four druggi.t, do not be linpo.ed on by any other
remedy; but rncluse the uniuey in a litter to the pro
Dr. J. BYRAN,.Oonu1tiue Physician,
lloiJO'9. 4)2 llroadway, N V.
Who will take all risk if properly directed ; and ou
mil receive llieni po.t paid, securely scaled from ob
Mrvaliun, by return mail.
bOjll UY DIWlJIiltlTfi GENEltAM.Y.
DEMASliAUNEa A: C').. New Yosk.
Joly 13, 1564,
R. TliAYEJ?, M D
il"VE8T I'lXTaTOS, Lutcruo county, would say
I A VUG chan red his restdch. from Montrn.e, to
Abls ilations and all wisning nis proiessionai srv..
As. th it they can address him at tho la.tnamed place
O- All calls In the vicinity of the Ilallrnaa. atten
ded to with promptness.
April 8. tobS.
1? n HinniSflM. M. T.
WOULD respectfully inform tliecttlzenaofBlijonK.
bgrMd vlcini r'' (
MniciJfE JiYD simar.Rr.
miirl Main Btrisi X.t home hslo ths tour
..?Bkn",,' ' fl' " X'1" k,loi '"l01'
rsttutry V I'iS tl
' BALTIMORE LOCK HOSPITAL
j LIS I'ARLtSHHD ns n lil-JFi'G K FROM
T'ir Only I'ltvc ulicic n due can be ob
tained. 1 1 r Johnson linn disr-nt ...mrl ttm mnl
Certain. Speedy, mid only Effectual Itrmccly In Hip
World for Weakne.s of the Ilarkor Limbs, Ptrlcturcs
Affection, uf the Kidncya nnd llladdcr, Involuntary
Dl.thargvj, Impotent), General Debility, Nervous.
I ncs. Unprpsla, Languor. Low s-plrits. Confitslnnof
I Palpitation of Ihc llenrt, Timidity, Trembling,
dimness .if Bight or ruddiness, Disease or tlio Ilcml
j Thtnat. Nmn, or Itowcls-lhosc Terrtblu Disorder!
i arising Iron. (Solitary Habits of Youth-sreut and
' solitary practices more fatal to their victim! than the
, riyreni to the Mariner, of Ul.s.cs. bllsliting
' " YOUNCJ MEN
' r My. who have become the victim, of Solitary
Vice, that drnidful and destructive habit which uiinu-
. ally sweeps tnati uiilltiit'ly cravo thousands of young
'menolthc inol c-xallcii Inlint. and hillllmit Intellect,
: wln mlJt ntherw i.e have enttnnccil ll.tening Hen.
i n'es with 'lie thundrra of domiciled, or wak.-d lore-
staey the living lyic, may call llli full confidrncc,
Married persons, or young men contemplating mar-
rlase, being uwnru of nhy.lrnl weakne... orcanie du
blllty, ilefiiruiille', .pcedily rurvd.
lie ho p!ncc. hiiimelfunrier the cjio of I)r J. may
riltgoul eonfldo In hi. honor n. a gentleman, and
confidently rely upon hi. .kill a. 11 phyririair
ni niedl.itrl) Cured and full vigor re.inrd.
7 hi. dl.lrci.l'ig ull'crllou w Inch lendvr. life ml
erable and mnrri.igo iinpnible I, the penalty pal,
hy Hie t ii tliui of impi.ipor inilulgeuce Voiius per
.on. are too apt to commit cx(c.e from not being
oware of the drculful cnnHequetieeH that limy ensile.
Xotv, who that undernninl the .utijett will pretend to
tuny that the power of proem nti 11 in lo,t rooner b
tho.c fulling into improper Inbit. thiin by tho pru
dent ! Ilc.id,. b'lng deprived o me plearurc otluiil
ley tff.pring. the nio,t .erious and ile.trnclivc .yinp.
hin.ot both bidy and mind an.e. The Hy.teni be.
ciuue. deranged, lh" pl.jMrnl and 1111.11t.1l fuuctlnna
wemened. l,o. of Pr'K-reelivc poner. Nervous I rri
lability, Ilytpi'pvi.i. Palpitation of tin Heart, lurfiges
tion, Comrtitiitioenl Debility, a Waling id the Triune
Cough. t'nuMiniptlnu. Iern and Heath.
,,n,i,cr f 11,
lli.yul College ol cinrgcnna, London,
. -. .1 - . 1 ,, ..1. 1.. ... .
. - 'i, "f . l!!.! tt,.- r.VlVr n'.ri cVr ll,V.u !
bffn ppt in t c lioHiitiairi of I.ontlun, I'.irU, I'ti it n
tti Iphtn. nixl rUi'tt hrr, I. as cilcitoil i-mnu nl tin; ittopt
nt.toni-lini i ur.-s thai wt r uvcr known, mtiny trou
hl-( uitti rii'i'ini! tn Ilic li'Mil ami t-ors ulim a.lcrp
(jrrtal ner nim.ss, bi'im; ulartncrl iu nutliU'ii nuundn
linttfulMi in, Willi frt't'iciit Lhuliliif. aitcmtid sumo
iiiMc u till 'liT'-iiiguimi of nutiJ, 'ure ctircil iuiuicnl-nti-ly.
TAIvH rAr'ri( I'J.AR NOTKT..
rr. i. ntlMrtM alt ltin(tm h.ive iiiiurr J Hhmit
! mIvk hy itiipri'pfr imlulgi-nui .nut (oliin,,y liabilK,
wtiicd nit ft I'utk btnly nixl miiul, untitting ttuin far
fii Jut iMipiin)., bluily. s'-nely, nr iiMrrincu
I tit'n me until ! of th ' w -lit nnil nirlnnthr Uy clTeclf
1 ru turt'i! hy t'firty liubllH of niilh, vi. Ui.tkiMfcHof
ill ll'ick .ma I.imlis. t'iiiM.4 in thu Hi uit, Iltnuco vt
iM, l.i'n if MiiTuUir Fniwi, l'.ilitrtli"ti the
I lli .irt in MriH, NervoiM irr.iMlnliiy. Drrftuscnu'iit
t 'if ttii M iiftiv' t-'iMicliiitiH, (ii-imnil Oi'Iiihl)'. by in p
! 10HI4 nf dxii'iiliiptinii, Arc.
' MtsrAt i.y I In ffitrfiil :lPcu (hi ihc iniii'l nn' mucb
i to In (!rcHlt'.l. .ntH f.t iiitifiiir. ('uiit'usiuti f I' Iifcns,
IpiCbti'iii nf ri i , V. I t.'innjin;, Ami -ion hi
! Hfuict). rtlf-lniru-l, l.w: if ho uinlf, 'rnnulily,A:c
i in noint' ! itn"i v pro'J'icf.t.
I 'I lintji..iinln uf pnr-suii o' jiM !(' (.in now JuiIp
w I'nt t tin' r.iu-M nf iliir lt' Ihkma h 'ftlth. Iiultifi iheit
pgitr. b t'MiiiiHtr weak pate, m r mik utnl nciatcil,
baih)f ii fiiigntrir nppfuriini'? about the f -':, cough
) HlplOillti Ol bitllr.ll IllpllOU
tin Live n jured ihi ni'eive. hy a r.'tntii practice. in
dulged In win u alone, n habit t're.'i ii-i.il learned trom
j ewl companion 01 nt i.hooi, the elTerte of whn.li are
' nightly I' ll, even wln-n nileep, ninl, if nut cure, I ren.
dir. tuarriaee nnpniiiile mid dclroyn both hniid and
body, .houid apply .uiin-jilialely.
I v hat a pny ihai a ymiMg man. Hie hepe of our conn
1 r. the ptiili- of in. par-lit". h"ul ' he .natiln-d from
1 all i-riinpeei. and enjoyment- ol III.-, by ton ronae
I 'infill e i, f iievlainig trom iho palh "f nature, anil in-
UUIg ltl' III II II ,.tll M'lfl I IIIIIM I inn, ,-in.,i. u,
btlull cual llll.ltltl
relict Hi jt a eounl mind an 1 body ar'- Hie mot neces
sary re-iuiMtes t . piumite cuiiiiuliial happiness In
deed, without thi-Bi- tl ji.unie) through life become,
nwe'iiy pilitninase , the pro-peel hourly darkeni to
lh" view, the lilllld h Colli, a -llld.uved with di'.plll
and tilled h Mil the iiii latieliolli r- fl'-i'tloii that the h ip-ptii--..
of aii' tlin t-i-Li,iiies l.li-!itt- with "ur own,
"cf, 1 Sottlt IrwlciLk Stnc,
1 1 ft band ndr gnmg from llelilmnre -treel. a fe doori
rem tli" con. er. l'.".H m t tu o'i'ervi-name and niiiii
''if- S" liter, lei-.-ncil inile po'tp n 1 nnd con
iHiuing a t inip ti I - it-oil ,oi iti-i n ply, I ei,ou
(will 111; .hnulit .lute nje and eetid portion of advcitiso.
in. lit d"t ei Hong y.il too'
T!ie I o, to,', liiploiiio hang- in hn i-fW".
LililOi ,t m-.nl Ol IhC I'rtM,
Th- manv thoub iud. rured at tt,n . ittblmhin; lit ij...:.. , oTli acts iiro from a lctlor of all Al
witnin lh- la.ttwinl) vi ar-, and tho nam, rniu in. lowtnjj "'i" " "'n imui ui
' , . ... ., i.i,...
.,,1 niirrl, a uDerallun; ner oroiml. UV Dr. John.
t r r . e I ... t ,. ..
to". io,,eil hy tin npoitan "f .hi bun and mail)
and Lxrur. aud ..gum b fore Hie pnhlic, he.ides hi .tamlnig a
ucd l;ut- ' gentleman of character aud le.pou.iljiliiy. u a .ut.i-
,. ii,,., mil., ,., ni t in- ol w nUi tlo.c ap icaren again
t.ent gunrnuiy i" m io,in-.-.
Hkin Disentail SpctdUy Cured.
Aprn :i, i.t'ii.- iy
DUiUP DE GRAFF'S
KYE AXl) HAU LKKLMHAItV,
(On the Si'inrr. Three ltoors from Hicele'a Hotel
'IMIIS INSTUT10N is now opened and
I Private and Oocraltng P.ooms arc large, convenient mid
I well adapted. Tho rturgical iiparliiieut contains the
I flm-it collection of mft.-tnnents in this country, and
thu. ins faculties will enable him to meet any and all
ll .. .11 n. ill, no 11 I l ie
I furnished in the most co.lly style, deception
1 Bcther with ail the diseases to wiiicu me ijo i
Meet. . ..... ..,....
DP. M'NES:) Will treat all the di.ca.oj com i ion , to
the organ. Discharges from the nr. Vnses r I.'. tar
Catarrh, difliculty of hcaring.tolal ilejlues. even w Here
n,.1)rum destroyed. Will insert an n.tlhual one
atihw erinir nearly a i inc (imii-i-i-s o, m. ,-,
tny?..;.;tiia ..i -rill- TlllliiAT All diseases com-
uir-l.nr. ..... ' '",'- . . .
'"(lENEIIAI. tSUUrJUltV lie will operate upon Club
e. iiw i . n r-i-ri i't.iinie.'1'uiiinis. Caucers, l.ntar
' .L , Vn-a will l,n IreHleil
god Te'ncils. .r. Plastic opernlion. by le-allhB new
; tlc.lt into deformed parts, and (.eneral Surtery ot
whatever character it may present.
HERNIA (or RUPTURE V- He will perforji
operation for the rsdlcal (complete) euro of
lilts IS iiiin.ursiinui7 l" ' , ",a nnnuio
little or no pain. Out ofiiuuy hut.dred operated upoum
Ito.ton there ha been on laliiires.il navina i"--""-pcrfut
approbation of all wlmh-.v- .iihmiited oil
ARTIFIOM. CVB3.-WIII Insert artificial Eyes glv-
. ... . .. .......... -...I nf , lie nillliml.-
ing them th" motion and eipree. mo ot me uu.uiu,
llEMURRIIOIDsl, (Piles,)-TliiHroublcsome disease
is readily cured, Thosu suflVrin; from it wllldowil
......1 ...Itl. tl,., ... ii.dll
.... .. .....V..I.U. ..ii ,iith a view of
building up n permanent Institute for the treatment nf
i ... i , , irai'i.i Rninir&IHiirBcrv. Tho experience nf
more than a .piartcr of a century m Hospital and tonir
1 al practice, hu hopes, will be nuficicut guarantee t"
1 these who may oe disposed to employ him,
I M ) II, leC4..-tr.
TINWARE k STOVE SHOP.
THE undcr.lgned respectfully inlorms his old friend
and customers, that ho lias purchased his irVoihers
merest in tho abovo establishment, nndlho concern wils
lv.rrjftcr be conducted hy hlnuclf rirlusively,
. He has lust received and Hirers lor sale, the larg,
rt'tij est and inflbl extensive assortment of FANCY
' H ,e. ,f f ...... ln,.A.Iti A mm thi- innrkel.
'O V E ti ever introduced into mis luaract.
His stock wn.irta or a complete assortment
I V51C Ills St-
i he test Cfiokw;
er with move rixtures ot every .11 r.iioi".. '
norCtoves, r.diator, CyHndar tit oven, Cast Iron Air-
stoves. Cannon Btoves, &e. te. wovepipe nnd
1 -liiwaro constantly on hand and manufactured to order,
m xind of repairing .lone, as usual, on short notu-e.
-ma patronage of old fr bauds and lw cuslomars te
, .OTyUc.u-i AM RUPERT
Ploennhut: Novemi'Cr Jd 1'"' tf
Plmity fall tin Autumn leave.,
Changed from grcon to gr iy.
r.mlilriuntlc of our. elves,
fading thus away.
Woomlng to ilielr Icmlttneit.
Inheriting decay i
Hopeful age nnd v-rdant leare.
Tadln; llius awa)'.
In their fulness, In tholr prim. ,
In their color, gay,
Hastening home to mother earth,
Fleeting mortals, wlth'rlng leate..
On earth ne'er meant to .lay,
Hulling, dying, dun returning,
Thu. they rails away.
A Light and Shade.'
Like to the sparkling wave
'I hat .porllvo play.
Where glancing sunbeam, lava
In mimic seas.
So bounds tho spirit when their rage
The angry elements assuage,
And golden hus at eve pre. ago
A glorious nioirow.
Like to the flower that droop.
Under the blight;
Like lo the frame Hut ttnop.
'Neath age's weight.
Bo falls the spirit when Heaven denies
The one rich gift we dearest prize.
And disappointment gloom, our skie.
With clonds of sorrow.
Important Proclamation Prom
inent Rebels Paroled.
Washinoton, October II, lSOfl.
Whereas, Tho following natnctl per.
sona, to wit : John A Cimpell, of Ala
baini ; John II Regan, of Texas ; Alex
under II, Slppbons, of Geurgi.i; George A j
Trrriliolin, ol South Carolina j and
C! arlos Clark, of Mississippi, lately en-
gaged in rebellion ngiiust tie United I
States Uovernmcnt, who are now in close
custody, have mado their submission to
the authority of tho United States, and
havo applied to tho Prefidcnt for pardon
under Ms proclamation ; aud,
Wiieiieas, The attthoiity ol iho Fede
ral tiovernment is sufficiently restored in
aforesaid Stales to admit of the tnlargo
tni'iil of said pcrt-ons from cloio cu-tody.
It is ordered that they l)d relea.ed on
giving their respective paroles to appear at
.iuch time stml jiIhoo as tho President may
designate, to answer any chargd that bo
uriy tlirert, to be preferred against
thctn, and also, that they will respectively j always help the cau'cofGod, It makes it
abide, until further order, in tho places ' friends hold ; it wins them supporters. Tho
herein designate d, antl not depart there- Christians and patriots of Connecticut
from : John A- Campcll, in the S'atc of would have been citiboldr n:d agoiu t their
Alabama ; Jolnn. Regan in tho State of1 own miserehlo prejudices had they bravely
Texas ; Alexander II. Stephens, in the 1 opened thoir mouths for this great princi
State of (Jeorgia ; George W Tronholm, I pic. They set a seal upon their lipt.
in the Slate of South Carolina ; and ! Thev shrunk from the tatinl of ''amalm-
Charlo. Clark , in the Siato of .Mississippi ;
tud if the President should grant his par
don to any of said persons, such persons
p.iroli-tl will bo disch nged.
(Signed) Amirew Johnson.
Du.iriiucTivu in Alavam.v. Tho fol
abaun lwvycr to a friund in ll.trri.iburg
'Our negro population is in a Gx a d
a pretty considerable one at that1 The
men, for tho most purl, roaming about in
the exercise of iheir new found liberty ,do
ing but little, and that little, bad; tho
women and childron suffering and some
rwith the darkest prospects ahead. In the
wisdom of Providence it has been deemed
right that wo havo this year, throughout
nearly all tho South, as far as I know,- an
almo t total failure of the crops. In this
couuty many estimate that thero has not
been enough of corn raised to supply the
pcoplo with bread, much less to fatten
their pork or keep alive their stouk. Rut
few of tho negroes worked, and they but
part ally. They havo no supp ics, and
how they are to live until " green cum''
or blackberry time next year God only
knows. Thousands unqestiouably will
and must die, of actual starvation. Their
old roasters cribs and smnko hoii.es are
either empty or olosed against them. In
i CaSlinR 3D0UI IU lUV IUIUU W.JV Ik uaj uecu
b j . ... , .
decreed by Providence that this fearful
fata await? (bis unhappy class, I can think
of but one solution of tho inyetety. May
it not bo done to give their northern phil-
authropio kindred or, perhaps, more cor
rectly speaking, negropliiet an opportu
nity lo exhibit Ihoir love for " tho poor
negro?" If so thoy bad better hurry, or
lhey will bo as the world's obarity too gen
erally is, too late.
I havo found an empty cabin on
tho mountain (or a temporary rtfugo ;
have to walk to my offico in town, six
., , . .. . . ..,, 1 1
nil miles, and baok, twice a week. I havo
nrofess ona services
1 - e-- s- --
1 . nf,nC(, WM deolaretL"
' S1DC0 peactt was tieoidten.
537-A child with three tODgUfli
. .. "
bsou bom in f'oulls.iid,
Connecticut Bull Run.
From the Christian Advocate nnd Jiutnat, orgai M
It is as wo feared. Ilaman'nm, ruml
and a recreant republicanism havo cast
thie ttalo back into tinful casto,from whiob
her legislature sought to deliver her By
a largo majority alio roftuod, a week ago
last Monday, to adopt an amendment to
her Constitution making intelligence, not
color, tho basis of tho franchise. She
han summoned her fellow citizens of this
buo to tho field, Sho has arrayed them
in her uniform and her arms. Sho has
mado them fight for tho salvation of our
common country ; and now, when their
blood has achieved the victory, she inso
lently rofuscs them tho first sign and soal
of manhood the ballot. And this Udono
by men who havo bitterly opposed the war
who have Fought by open and covert
moans tbo dismemberment and enslave
ment of tho whole land, who arc false
to our religion and our principles. With
them have been leagued the master spirits
of evil that have dono muoh tomako their
state a by-word in the nation. Rut neith
er of these could sutteeded hail thi Church
and tho party of the Union been faithful.
Connecticut ought to havo been a ll.imc
of Gre for tbs last sixty days. The best
speakers in tho land ought to havo lifted
the people by their fervor and theirbreadth
of toul. Sumner and Wilsun, Wade and
!vrlly, Reecher and Tilton, Hatfield and
Andrnw, Dnuglos rind Philips, with hun
dreds of lesser lights, should havo blazed
tliroagh all the state. The ministers
should have made their pulpits ring with
the jrent duty of giving tho Declaration
its desired completion iD their 6tato, and
starting tho naiiun on tho tiew road which
God calls it to walk in. Suoh a zeal
would have abashed the enemies of this
true demoeraoy. They could not havo
brought their force in tqual strongth in
to the coofliot They could not have do
bated, harillv havo declared their opposi
tion, for, as Frederic Douglass fays, when
one attempts to give rca-on for a predju
dice i t'icy compered beoau'o thoy per
suaded tho friends of impartial suffrage to
adopt their tactic. Silence iti this case
was f.ir from golden ; it was tho basest
cotintiiifc'u, Discussion is always tho
great alicy of the truth. Diseu'sion will
malionist," thoy would not boldly take
their negro brother by tho hand, and to
day they arc defeated and imminent peril
of dis.olution. Their enemy has learned
their weak side. Uo is (lushed with suc
cess, lie will press his victory, if possi
ble, lo tbo complete subjugation of the
state to his policy aud his policy and his
But the iujury she has dono her own
people and the principles of national ex
istence within her own limits is tho disas
ters of this defeat. Sho has made every
rubel heart leap for joy. They cau say,
and with truth, "Our cause is uflcr all
. radically that of tbo North. Tbuy dis
franchise the negro i we dehumanize him.
They refuso to recognlre him as a man )
wo recoguizu him as a boast. Wo logi
cally carry out their principle. For tho
Riblo declares man to bo free, and that
all other creatures arc subject to him
They say the negro is not ono with them
selves. We say ho is thcrrjovc our inferi
or, our chattel, over whom wc exercise
Not speculations alone, but rebellious
exultations does this crimo cause, but it
imperils the whole work ol reconstruction.
With what faco 'can Connecticut reftuo
South Carolina admission to tbo Union I
She has a Constitution like her own. Her
beam is like Connecticut's mote, of tho
very samo timber, and of tho very samo
size. (,This isawhito man's government."
sho infamously says ; and Councclicut
moro inlamousiy (,tor sno sins against lar
..... .... . -. ....
creater light) responds Amen ! Tho ma
jority of the citizens of Mississippi and
South Cirolina aro disfranchised by this
sin of a Puritan commonwealth. It 6up
ports the West in tlieir Iniquitous preju -
ilioo. and casts tbo party of Union aud
.liberty into peril, if not into destruction. ! tho thumb, and Ins always been regarded j l''J!fr" , '7 Oliver H M er? D -This
godless prejudice deserves suoh tli. ! as the most hideous and horiible instruuiint n ' "'T 4
vino punishment. Wc may bo thankful
If il. rlnn not hrinrr vet heavier vialu of
1 1 o '
... ,l upon us. It inav breed anolb-
I . . .
er war ana yot ureal onarcuy ; so jeaiouo
t . . rs j ... ., .
A .g tlje q0(j of bea vo wl, ,t,oo
e . . ,
ban who falsify their professions and ir-al his
, children with dettfon
How can this fate bo now averted! By
instant faithfulness in tho Church. She
limit cast this beam from her eyo if sho
would Call upon tbo slato to do llko ser
vico. Sho must abolish this satanio pre.
judioo from her heart and her lilc, 3ho
must ccaso to loath and dissociato men on
account of tho color. She must gtvo her
brcthorn of the despised huo her cordial
fellowship ; in her churches, her schools
her counting-rooms, must thoy move freely
To this work she must gird herself.
Tho defeat of truth is no reason for des
pair or discouragement. God is with her ;
sho shall not bo moved ; God shall help
her, and that right early Tho beginning
of all hor viotories is defeat j Hunker Hill
nnd Bull Run teach us that lesson.Christ'a
crucifixion is its infinito illustration. 'And
I, if I ho lifted up, will draw all men unto
me.1' Tho negio is to-day crucified in
Connecticut, in Washington, in all tho
land, He shall draw all men unto him,
The lovers of man and of God in that state
will sco that this is no loDgcr an ideal , but
tho most living reality. They are a l.trgo
body of-nainest Christian men. Let tin m
not rest till lhey are u majority anil this
stain is wiped from their state. Let (hf m
cast away tho unmanly fear of reproach
and all the epitaphs into which those taunts
oonsumato themselves even that which
most people yet hesitato to face "Amal
gamation.'' Aud as Mr. Garrison, thirty
years ago, when a word equally abomin
able was hurled at him, thouted back, " I
am an abolitionists j I glory in the mice; '
so will they say if that word is the embod- j
iracnt of tho unity, aud brotherhood of
man, " I am an amatgamationist ; I glo
ry in the-name !'' In that sense of the
word God wa9 tbo first amalgamationist,
as he was the first abolitionist. Ashe de
clares " I am tlio Lord thy God, that
brought thee out ofthc house of bondage ;-'
so ho dcclai es that bo made of ono blood
all nations of men. Five states in Now
England are true to his principlo to-day.
Massachusetts admitts men of this origin
to her conventions and conferences ; she
will soon to her halls of legislation and to
her pulpits ; aud all the land, aficr due
chastisement, shall follow licr footsteps lo
the height of true demoeraoy and true
Attempted Escape of Dr. Mudd
The Thumb Screw.
Tho following account of the attemlcd es
cape of Dr. Mudd is f rora the New York
Tribune of ta-it week : ''wo have obtainetl
from an officer of tho steamer Thomas A.
Scott, the full particulars of Dr. Mudd's
altcmtcd escapCjilifieriDg in many accounts
from the particulars hitherto published
The prisoners at the Torlugas are allowed
tho liberty of tho island, oxcept oa iho
day ol a vessel,s departure. At night
they are expected to sleep in tho fort. The
night previous to tho return of the 1 . A
Scott, Dr. Mudd slept out&idc the fort in
a abed, nnd the next morning ho quietly
walked on board tho steamer, disapeaicd
into the lowest deck, aud sent a fireman
for Quartermaster IColly. This wus the
last that was scon of him. Soon after be
was missed at the fort, and an officer and
squad scut down to search the vuasel. Un
the very bottom of tho vessel lay a plat
form resting on two cross beams : tho offi
cer thrust bis sword under ono sido, and
tho colored soldier inserted a bayouel un
der the other. The roar of pain that im
mediately ruso told that both sword and
bayonet bad reached their mark ; tho
platform was raised, and Dr. Mudd arose
and returned to his Hi'tus cf a captive
prisoner. He was immediately brought
tn tho fort, and thumb-screws was applied
to him, and under the pressure of pain he
acknowledged that Kslly, with whom he
had formod an acquaintance within a few
days, had agreed lo help him to escape, on
tho promise of reoeiving Mudd.s gold
watch. Kelly was thero upon marched to j AfcC) nb f JaraC!j iM'ji,r0V) ah . George , countryman replied, " ' Tis very like
tho fort, a drum-head courtmartial held, y Smith, ab ly you may, for I am sowing hemp.
and ho was scnlonced to six years' impris- Lancaster It W Shenk, ab Charles I -7 1 t t,
oninent and hard labor in Torlugas. The Den.HH, ab ; D.ty Wood, ab i John Mj A Jf n came into a pnnt.ng office to
veesel then sailed without Mudd or Kelly, SteI,7B"'"b T . M -, , beB,:8 "twW" 'a id
, f . 1. u- i- . Lebanon Jacob Meily, nb ' we like to road the newspapers very mucb
the papers woro forwarded to ashnigton , .-NoU,, We.ser. D ; James F I bnt . Ilcihll0r. aro , ... 5 .
lor confirmation." The introduction of 1 Kline, D bnt our ..e.shl.ors aro all loo 8Dgy ,0
I tliumn-serew torture is one 01 tno uiau uar
- ' baritiei of tho dark ages, revived by Ab
1 olitionisin. It has not been used in any
, civilized country sinoo tho Spanish Inqui-
- sit ion, or tho days of tho persecution
1 the bcottisli covenantors. 1110 tiiumn-
'; eorew is a machine which gradually crushes
ol torturo ever invon'.ed. Alter being ex
ecrattd and banished from tho most fauat
ioaland cmcl nations of the old world, it is
revived in tho United States by tho agents
of tho "God and humanity party " to
torturo prisoners, Is there 110 limit lo the
hideous allrecitics cf Abolitionism ?
The State Legislature.
I Philmlctphui, Jcre NichoU
A. i Jacob 13 lvicgewfiy, A
0 M Donovan, D. i Georga
V. Chester, hcluwueati'l Mont
Eomenj W Wortington,
A. j Horaoo Royor, A.
VI. Bucks 0 P James, D.
VII. Lehigh ami Northampton
Gcorgn B, Shall, D.
VII I. ZJcrl-i-IIeistcr Olymer,
LY. 6'cyAi7--William M
X. Carbon, Monroe, Pike
and Waijnell B Bear
XI. Bradford, Susquehanna
and Wyoming George
ATI, Luzerne h D Shoema
XIII Potter, Tioga, M' Kean
and Clinton Warren
XIV. Lycoming, Union and
Smder John Walls, D.
C olumbia and Sul'ivu7i
David B iMontgomcry.D.
XVI. Dauphin and Lebanon
I) I' leming, A
XVII. Lancaster Beuj Champ, ,
neys, A. J 01 JJuDip,A
XVIII York and CilmhstiandA
Hcistand Glalz, D.
XIX Adams nnd Prankin
Culvin M Duncan, D.
XX. komeisel, Bedtnrd and
Fu'ton Geo W House
XXI. Ul'tir Huntingdon, Nif-
Hi it Titwinfn tnni Pti-lj
L W Hall A. Kirk '
Haines; A. '
XXII. Cambrii. Indiana and
Jiff'rrson Harry White. !
XX HL CtKtrflell, Clarion, Ctm-
eion, Forrest and III!:
William A Wallaoo, D
XXIV. Westmoreland, Fayette und
Green John Latta, D.
XXV. Abrghrny,1 L Graham,
A. : Thos J liigham, A.
U'ushiiigloii and Heaver
William Hopkins, D
AAV li. lsowrence, liutler ami Arm dip ; tho ten-pin of a man who bad set up-
vvurr. nY0nS!?1 A Bnv,ni.fX- right a day, grows as courtly as a M.da
XX VIII Mcrcer.Venangoand War . r , ,. .
3-,,,'n,nmn, ITnno. A. rlu for "ou "Homer nods" at times: the
XXIX. Cawford and Eric.-M
B Lowry, A
Abolition majority. ...7
House of Representatives.
Adams Philip S llotick, ab
Allegheny Alfred Slack, ab ; John P
Glass, ab ; G Y M'Kec, ab j II R Her
ron, ab ; J D Datiks, ab David Shaffer,
Annstiong Frank Meohling, ab
Berks Frodfrich Hirmcr, I) ; Henry
B Rhodes, D ; John Missimcr, D
Blair Joseph G Adlum, tb
Bradfyrdand Hulliv m Lorenzo Grin
nel.ob ; G Wavne Kinney, :b
Bucks Luther Calvin, D ; F W Head
Cambria Cyrus L Pershing, D
Carbon and Monroe Allen Crait', D
Centre Frederick Kurtz, D
Chester Nathan JJSbarpless nb ; N A
Pennybacker, ab ; W BWaddell, ah
Clarion and J'ffcrsonW W Barr, D
Clearfield Elk and Ibricsl Dr R C
Early, I 1)
Clinton, Qamei on and M'Kian EB
Columbia nnd Montour W II Jacoby,
Crawford J C 8turdeTant, ab ; Geo
11 Remus, ab
Cumberland Philip Lang, D
Dauphin Henry B Hoffman, ab ; Dr
J Seller , ab
Delaware Ell wood Tyson, ab
FricB B M'Creary, ab 0 S Wood
i'liiczc-Clmrle E Boyle, D
Greene Themos Kosc,D
Huntingdon, Mifflin aud Juniata
Kphrain Raker, ab ; James ,M Brown, ab
Indiana ana ft estmnretnndti 11 Al
- r. nitrite .uiuuii uiwij. u , nauici j-
1 1 ... 4.i r-..t 11.
- , aoyucn, 11 , uavio n noon u
Wiugard, nb j Dr Laac Riithrock.nb
Mercer, Lawrence and Uutkr Josiau
ol i ,M'phcrrin,ab ; Ssmucl M'Kmlcy.ab .John
II iVegley, ab ; Henry Pilluw, nb
1 Montgamry Dr A D M.irkloy, D
D Rirriiialon. 1)
Northumberland Charles W
Perry and Franklin V S Stumbaugh,
ab ; George A Shuman, ub
Philadelphia -Georco W Gcbao, &b
W II Ruddimnn, ab ; Samuel Josephs,
r; Win W Watt, nb i .Tnscnh T Thomais.
ub , James Preeboru. ab 1 Jai tiiber,b
James N Knrns', ab , George A Quig'cy
D ; Elisha W Davis, nb 5 P D Slerner,ab
Alexander Adair, ab ; James Donnelly
Yok Jftmes Cameron, DA SLaw-
I V V"01 i George Da Haven,
jJr ab; D.ivid A Wallaoo, lib j Edward
J G e' ftJ, 't.-1" NI?,rkA' ab T, ,
Schuidkill-X)t K Uobinon, D ; John
M Cropland, D ; Peter J Collins, D
Homered, Hertford and Fulton Muses
A Ross, ab ( D B Armstrong, ab
Siirjiertrniri any Wyoming 3 T
Cameron, ab 5 Peter M Ostcrhout, ob
Tioga and Potter Dr Wra T Hum
phred, s-.b 5 John S Mann, ab
Venango and (f'arren William L
Wbann, ab ; II Allen, ab
IVusfiiugton apd leaver Jamea II
Kelly, ab ; Joseph B Welsh, ab J MS
K'aynt and PtkeW'm N Nefson , D
Senate -. 13 -20
Houso 31 CO
Abolition mrjority on joint ballot, 30.
Night in a Railroad Car.
B. P. Taylor has been taking a railroad
ride, and having failed, perhaps to enjoy
the ride, enjoys himself In describing what
bo saw. The following glimpse at his com-
pauious as they appeared when night raid
"sleep," will bu appreciated by all who
have "been thoro." I came near forgetting
that your old frieuds were all on tho train;
! the woman who plumps down iutoyour
seat and regards you with thankless and
superbilious eyebrows, as if you were some
body and that had blundered into breath-
om w'tD0Ul 'eavo i and tho man who dona
B'3 est garmonts to travel in 5 mounts tbo
tratu as clerical as black broadcloth can
raaive inl aco- icavcs ;t with ,be o(jk9 of
a dusty miller. Aud the nigbt scents aro
as eurioas cs ever. Whiffs ol boots and
smothering gusts of mu-k, patchouli, to
baoco, cheese and feet that could never bo
fit to "walk on Eton's htll''without a wado
and wash iu the Jordau, aro leaded. As
the night wears on, tho fellotf who always
'ails to be funny flickers out like a penny
& wUh Uttle S'g. 'hat bad been rip-
puug use running water, "wean, washy"
and everlasting iutermits,grows interesting
and falls asleep ; men mako letter Z's of
themselves, shut up liko pocket knifen,
roll up like porcupines, diverge liko Y's ;
trim and sharply women lurablx to pieces
and in little heaUs of distinguishable gar
ments upon tho seat?, the'red and dissipat
ed lamps wink sleepily and hazily at
you, and t he clattcr-tc-clank of tho irou
wheeli hammer out the long, dull Jtrlp of
darkness. Then come that mensgcric of
respiration that men havo agreed to call
snoring , you have barks, snorts, snuffs,
oud growls j one creaks like a rusty hinge
another paji-. liku an ougiuc, cr whines
like a spank-lror is forever bloviug out
candlee. By aud by the oar svindows
turn rebel-gray, for a day is beginirjg to
dawn. Did you ever see a woman hatch
ed out! Now is tho golden opportunity.
Ledn if that is the lady'a natno we road
of whose doublo yolked egg gavo ui
Castor Pollux if I haven't forgotten aR
about it was hardly more wonderful.
Yonder bundle of skirls, shawl and cloaks,
as shapeless as a grist, begins l.o stir i
first peeps out a pair of feet, then a pair
of hands, then a fair and taDgled head ;
at last emerges a fomslc shape j oDd Era
is hatched before your eyes, and tbe
world is better for a waking woman.
EST A countryman waa sowing his
ground when two smart fellow? riding that
way, one of them called to him with an
insoleot air, "Well, honest follow," said
he, " 'tis your buisnoss to now, but wc,
reap tbe fruits of yonr labor-" To which
An ixoha'nge papr says : "Parllen
who have been in tho habit of stealing the
editor's tvood, will ploaso fako tho knots
that our devil can't split !"
A farmer who married rt long doso
and peaked chin, says he produces tine,
gar by simply gotfmg his wifo to look in
tho cider barrel.
Tin; husband who devoured his wife
with kibses, found afterwards that she did
agreed with him,
Dundhkauy suon the only partinctha
ever trouM-iil him nns lh? 1 amor of Ibis
; ' s'i hair