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AND BLOOMSBURG GENERAL
Levi l. tate, editoeT
tT IIQLD AN1) TKIM TUB TOUOII OF T HUT it AD WAVE IT O'Ett THE DARKENED EARTH."
TERMS : 2 50 IN ADVANCE.
Vol. 19 no, 47.
BALTIMORE LOCK HOSPITAL
ESTABLISHED as a HE FUG E FROM
Uic Only Plate lehirc a Cure can be oi
luiucd. Ur. Johnson lias discovered tbo. mos.t
V.,.tll'i"i f'C.0.l''lf'' ""'y UnVcltlul ileuiedy In tlio
nrl,1fr Weakness of. tlio llnik nr I, hub, fllrlctures
Allerliotisnf the Kidneys nml lllnildnr, Involuntary
Discharges, Iiupoteiir) , Hcniral INbillty, Nervous,
nesn, iiir-pcpsln. Languor. Low Spirits, t'onfiislnn of
Ideas. Itilpltntlon or the lluitt, Timidity. Ireinlilltig.
II hiii(! .if aiyht or Ui'lillncs,, I'Im use of llf.nl
liro.it. N'e, or Uimiln-ilio.r.Tcrillili) Disorders
trioliis from Solitary ilahiis of Youth-secret nnd
solitary practices more tiitul in their victims tliau the
one of r- reus to tin- Mariners of I'luses, blighting
tliir nxibt l.rilll:tnt hopes ur utiliiipnlinlu, rendering
marriage, cVc, nii,,,btililu.
rpcrillly,lio linvu Itncoma thf vlrliiptf of Solitary
Vico, tlmtilrtnilt'iil urnl dut ructivn h itiit ulilcliatinii'
ttlly (rwi t'pg to an untimely yruve lln iiMtiula nf vmiue
nun of thts inn-l exttlte,: tiiluM mitl .inllln.it inU'll-'U,
whiMiiinht nlhiTln liiivo cutrunml lUli-ning riuu
Kirs with tlin Untiiiltre of clu-nirimj, nr unit fit lave
itaiy UiulUluj; lym, may mil Willi full co.iIlilu.cij.
1nrrir-rt p.i-..ii, t.r i nug him. trnxi uiy)nUa nnr-rini-
li- iritf :iviu nf )li.tlii u. jv.h-ns if-me
Uiltt, tlftitm.iiH , h)i-i-if (u(.
He wliii i..u! hiiiitf.-U'irottT idi- cjire nf Ilr J. inuy
rclJtiuiiii'y rmilifl.' in In Ixmor n treti I If -iiiati ami
eonlldemiy u i iipnti In lhi u-a Ii)kmii
O'KJAMU U l.AKNi.rS
lm inCiUati'lj t.r(i,, nut full WifM nmnrtM.
'J hia illMri-'i-ii -ill'.' i tioti- w lurli im r. I if" iui
orattlQ and niarmt.'u ihi"M.ii.!i- - i tin pi-niity iutj,
by it tiitis nf uii.iit'r im,ulj.i nni Vnuti.
tun ur-too ttpt In ( nimiilt im4( Vntn iixt liL'ltii:
nwari! "I 'li iln'ailfnl r..u. jiu u; it' it ih rnu.
Nmv, wlni ihit itH'ltT"i.iii.l ll -ii!y Lt will pirn nil In
l any that tin- f.m i-r ut pncr-mr n u In i mhiiiit hy
tlioiji! I'lilllnii iiiiu inipri'P'i li ln tliiin i- Uiu pr it
(tent ' UnpliUrt It 'iti l privi l . tin1 pl".i-iirf nl la.il
tcy olf-pTitii:. tlii' iiut-t M-rift d'n! ttft r im live jayinp
Jiiiisul liolli Ifit. iii-l in titl nil!'. Tin1 t-t-lrin Im-.
CUIIifS ilrriilifi 'I, til" pl.Jtii.tl i.hi lut.'lit.il JutiitiMhn
wVaftPiiiMl, t r r r nli puwei, ,Ni-i i um In i
lahiltty l)f-ti't'-i.i 1'ilpiUtiKU nl tic tl.MM. lifiUvs'
linn, ('oiiotiiiiinit,,! ih lnhtv, t idmj; o( iiu Traupi
CuuIi, (,'oiittinn tlnii, Di't-aj mi l lli-.ith.
MeniliLT nf lln' y.:l ('nl!V" 'S'lfCroiM, l.onilnn,
(ir;ntiialo fmtit 'ir f tin unt nil in nl ('nil ci-- in 11m
1,'nittMl Muti". and Uiu vrv.it r p irt nf u 1jiu IiiV J:u
lui'il pftlt III l t ImrpittilK nl (.'-nNni. l'.iri. 1'lilltt
itt'lpliiit, ami i'Uiw In1 1 1", lia cilVi (I'd nmu nl I In imirt
nfttiuii-liliiir i-ii r that wn' rw r kinn 11 j ninny trnn
Mclwitli ringnif in tlio ln-rl ami iu6 wIihi "ntrp
f rcat tii'fvinuin-'F.. In-nu' ul.iran'il at 'n! imi "muihN
liaslifutiit1!. w ti ii fr"pt'Mi lln -hum, ntli-miiil miiih:
tiin;n w jlli U r.nif-iin-iil uf m.j.U, t ru t .iuM liinncul
rwiv. v wnn i. u nnrn-
ri r J. wl-ln'-M' ail lhniMttu linv injure! Uinn
n lves ly linpr ip r tiiiliiliciirr mill pi'Hl,i- IniI'II-,
allied rmii Imth ii'Mry uint inl.nl, in lilting tln-hi fui
rilln-r lvts!! lint . h rirty, nr m.trri.iL'i'
rtii"!' an' fcOiin n( ili'fitl .nil imlimlioly effi't H
(ir'lill ctt by i :wly 1 ' 1 1 1 nl (ititll, t'A , t'dklK
the liack anil liiiuli. ri.iiu in Itit? Ilfit.l, Ilium--- nl
ritjlit, l.'i.t nf M'i uil.ir 'nwi'i, r.ilpiialimi nf '.In
Hi art Iy,pi'pi i. Ni-riiiN Irr.itnln il. I). r.tii'inMi
nf tliu llini'-liv i I urn tiniiri. ( mnii K-lnlitj. i$t.i
InilH rt'.rnlnijlliili 'ti tVt-.
AlLsru.i.v Hi l .nf'il i l! rw mi lli miml nr' imufi
til III dri'.iilfiil. I.n (if nil hmrt . t 'nil llmti i.( I !..?
Dep'i'fM'in nt j-piiiti', Ilvil I ulM"tihL,!, ,v r'nii 1
irimioiy, HiMitfTriJ-t l-ni'-nf ?u ti..l ,1 i:.inli;j ..t
ire snip" nl VI. i" i c prii'l'jrt-il.
'I'lintifainlH nf pnffnn o alt nee rrt!i nn-i Jin'tit
wliul i'r i tn catifi' nf ill. ir .n 1 1 1 nl u j msittti, nBin in-1:
TlKor. InTniHiiu w i ilk pule, tit ri'i'i- ami fix .in it
bavins a hiiiiinliir ii;p'.iranra atimit tlio r, ialt
tin) fyiujitums nt t.nfivjijipiinii
linlatt mjiim' tlii iosi'.li' l.j- a r.-lnln priiclli'i' in
(lult'oil in wlii'ii nl'Mi... a linUil i'ri" . . . 1 1 Ii-uiii il irmii
rv il coin pan Ion a. or .it -t I100-, lln i !!" 1- of hull ..n
nightly lull, itni win ii . ul. 'op. niol. il mil cunM r o
ltrH marriiCv niipimJiiilu Mini .klio liotli min.l .nol
lioily. Iinulil npply iiinii'-ilinloly.
W Init ii puy lli ut a onin; man. lln1 hep" of nnr mini
rv. Ihu pn.ii- ol liw p-iri'iiH ili'nil I lt Miatclic.l fioin
II propi-i'ii. unit Ltijiijnn'iitri o I if-. Iiy lln- ton-.-,
.n iir.i o di' i inn: Irom lln' alii of n.ilnri' aiol in
lul.' hi;' i n uo'iaiii sun 1 l.aliil. uili p' tkons must,
bcluic cui.l ii.i't.itm , . .
ri flmt Unit n ri.n:nl niiml un.1 lio.lv an' tin' inot nrri'K
aiy ri-'Aiiiilu to pnniM.li' i'oniiutiii.1 !iippiinti In-di-uJ,
tiilinnt ilicm' llir joiirii") lliro.i;'li lifn li M onir"
wi'.iry piliMimay.' ; llif piopcii lioinly ilurkt'n In
Ihn view. Hi.' iniml liiToni-ri ell tilou - Willi ihp:nr
ml lilli'il wan il:! ini laiiilioll) n ll. ilion Unit 111.- h ip
;ilni'f nf uuotlii'i Inioini'd bii;:ni.l unit our otwi,
Otfkt, 7 Suiilh t rule i irk Shut.,
i fl'i.lianJ mil' (" inn ft oni ll.iltiiiioip siri i t. nfi'" ilnori
mm tliu coinur. l'uil nit tu uliiirvi- iijniu ami iiiiiu
IT?- No IcMi'rJ reri'iii'il mil''f potpnil ami con
tnlninj a liunp to lm nil on iln r ply. 1 'rnm
writing li'iiilil i-in I iicu ami n:iiUpoiiion ol auturti.c
uii'iit ittiecrilnn fyiiiptoiui
'J'hu Uoclor'8 Diplonio liaiiua in lii "Hire.
Endorsement 0 lite Vtai,
Tin- many tlimiranilj cmi'il at 1I1U i-i'ialillfliniciit
within ,tlin lat twoiily jiar . ami (lie iinniiruni inn
forlanl mimical opuralioiia pi'tl.ir ni'.l. by Ilr. Jolun
ton, witni'hsuil hy Uiu ii(ioiii'r ufl'iii Mm ami ni.iny
oilier puprr, noiici'i. ol whirh liar npp'.iri'l a.Min
nml jguin litfori.' lln' imlilii, lii'.iili's lm hlaniliiif at
kii'iitlenian of iliaracti'r ami rutpuiiailiility. i sulli
eicnt guaranty tn tliu allliili'il.
Sinn Diseases Speedily Luic.l.
Ami. a.'. I.Jiii. ly
SPLENDID 15AUG AINS I
All Burc ol tlio r Mouoy'n Worlb.
W. FORSYTH & CO.
JJ snd 41 Ann r-treet, N. V. (lain 42 anil U Naeu
Btrcct), offer fur tale the following iirn'iiicent
1. 1st of
Walcftirf, CJiniib, Jcwdiy, I'c.
C7- IMC'II AKTII'Li: OM. lull. I, All I 43
And nit tu bi. pal l forlill yuukuow what
) on ate to git.
JiUColdi.BiUcr Wattlie,rrjai VSOOtoSlJll M
Sik1 l.ailie.' Hold Wntchei. HI each.
Siiu l.adini.' c HeiiiH' Silver watcli5. I" ml e.nh,
5,1)110 Viet, Neik . IJunr.l Cliainf, Si CI) to I5.ni) each,
li.iiun Hold Hand llraieliU, .In to HUM each.
C.UUII 1-i.ii it I'll tsi'il, Wedding rings 'J 50 tu i UO each.
2,000 California Diamond una ulid
10,000 ft' iiUlii't' Jewelry.
i,ti,, f.r.t.1 P.,!,,,. Stlv. r .Mounted
5 DO to 13 OUcacu.
lln'lder-, 4 00 to 3 00 each.
JO.IW) Hold l-eiis, Silvor Cases ami
J'cnctl. -lOJto (100 each.
Tocether'wilh Ililibon SIM". I'cmuiii Binds Mi-j-va
llultous Hold l-eucils, llii.kles. I iro.ichos f,o.l I Ii in.,
blea. liar drops, Cliililien'- Loop. . nionic I ins
n.l X'iujes. full ItHift. arf Tim. U K?V. Also a
YariAv of Kilvu- Ware, unbracing t.i.bl, t. tups,
Cation, Tea and Tnblo spuoiia. lev. frunl 1 1" '
'lh,i urtiiTes in. this stuck urn ot llm neatt.t "
Biostfa.hioiii.Uii alyles. Curtnlciitu of uli Ihu vafl
ous articles urn pill Jn toalod invi lonei mid iiiinod,
thus giving nil a f.ur cli.iucii. uvd lunl by mill, us ur
ileri'd i nnd 011 llm riculpt of ihu rirllllculu il is ut
your option tn sen I DM; HUI.l.All mi l take the ur
ticlo iiaineil in it, or nut; or uuy other uilule 111 our
list of cmial value.
Cortifllcatcs and Promiurus.
Binglo r-ertiflcaie, iJ conts ; flvu Ccrllllcatos, ;
uk'ven,ii tweitty.llvu wiih iiroinlmii uf Hold I'an,
ni' fine ivnli iireniliiiii of Hold I'l'iirll and I'eii.SIOi
0110 hundred wilh iireiuiuiu oftiilver Walfh. S'.'Oi two
hundred with premium of Hold alrh, t i.ertilll
nuto money 1 nclused with ordur- Uvcry '.elter, rroin
wliatiivcr mnrro, pininpily uiis.vureil
U00J. kuiii by mail, turefuliy paiki"! All articles
not satiifaitorycaiil,'! leturued and lucbuuged, or the
money refundi'il if wl.hed. Tlloiisunil. ot dollars
worth of Watcliol sold to uur cunomirs dutiug th
AHHNTS wniiU'd every where. Hcnd 23 cents for
cm.taiou.id col.,. AaJW.i.f(HVT k CO t
33 nnd 41 Ann Htreet, Neiv York.
Nor, 4, 'C3-3III. I0 & "M, 1'. Agls.
Lot For Sale.
N elicible liuililinr' lot, with an rxool-
u,i iiAUN thercnii ereitol, centrally located In
N. E. Cor. Tonlh ami Oho.tnut Streets.
The nio.t cnmplplp nml tlioroimlity niipnlntua liuti
npM.or Uonuiiorcial (JoIIcbo In tin- loiimry.
I ho only mio In tliu city pnaaonliiir n lutall va
J liaitcr, nml tlioonly on,, in ti, L'nit.'.l dates uullinr
Jif.l to confer lloari-CK of.M. rit lliaploina, nwarilcil
to KtailiiatC'i in the Commercial Cnurno umler its cot
porato soil l,y antliorlly of law-
Uitiducteil hy npullpincn of liberal eilncatlnn nml
oxteiHive pjporlenci! in lomnc., nml ntnirillinr lino,
'mailed nilviintavea for tlio tlioronL'li tlieoroiical nml
pinctlcal eilitciilloii oryoiini: men lnr Ilia vntlnus Ja
lies and employim-ntu of tniinea life
Tiiiioiiy ami riiAtTici: comiiint.I)
by n eytteiii of
AJ'TOAI. IIDSINUSS TIMIMXf!
nriiilrial mid pro-dinlnemly praclirnl. jilvlmr the un
dent in tho hnrtui't tlimi a romp lit.) letluht into llio
cience ot nceouni,, urranied nn.l t ull i hy the
proprietor of thin InMilniinii eirlu-ively for tiiinwn
line, caving oiio.hnlf tin: ordinary lahor oftlio idndent
nml iiivlnr him a e.inipkti; l(nuwlod.'u of tin pracllcu
of the In i.t lui oiiiit.nm.
Till: CnMMKllclAL COURSE
1 lokki'.) in ('.ii,(i n ial AriiliinctieJ'cD
ujatisl.itj li'i-iii. s Ourrerpouduiioe,
Comiiii'ioiiil I. my, Leoiurfs) on
Ra-ii.t.-n Allin.1, (Jountier
cal t'li-tiniis, I'nrioj,
liU'l ii't,i:i I5ui
,. ie IV cticij.
.llgthra tint Ur l.iritt .VMruiuW, Vhmagraphy, Or
Humnitil I r..m,i.i,';,, ilit .Irt o Ihtlcling
Cuuttt'tfur .Moitry. V.nni'irfltv Har
it,i,oi neii'dii tu ana
Tlio rirrruie. m -i.tn I'm I . lecraphin are far niue ail.
anceol .-mi tlii.iv if th.. i.j,i ever oil ml to the ptib
He. A reirnl.ir T. le niph I. no- m i iinin cli'd with tint
liKliiuilon wi'ii iw.ni I. ,, null ..ifiMs in t.irion.
I'arl'. ol th.' iij.uli, re p.il.lic Inirine... U Irannicted,
and in wlm li the ..imlexN of li.-liluliua are per
iiiille.l to prn. iiee N . r.-nnl ir olli.e pr.uiiee .an lm
lud in mi v oilier M-ioeil of iii.iriiii..ii in Ihj connlry.
Hilliont wild h mi iiiiee.i,i n'jt.iina p.. .111011 .in 11 iir.ic -lie.il
opiir.ilor. V11111111 in nl are r.nitliiiicd nonint tliu
decuplivu repru. iiiiiiiium of tlnxe w li.i. willioni any
euili iJiilitR-j, prili-i.l int. acli I'. kijr.ipliini;.
Till.. 1 11 "iiini In 1 is iimv enjoyinu tlK lament pntrnn
li'iinaye ever iiMcmed upon miv ('outnien-ril ihon 111
tl'e Main, liver li hilll.lr ..1 1. 1. 1- w ere 1:1 altell.
d.nii'e Hi.- li .111,1 1. r ..-.' 1, liiin.lretl diirinu
Hie p.isl var 'III' I.,.-1 ( h,, ( ,ii,!enn m.iy inv.i.
ii.ild he I'uiind In ie, 11,1 1 ml its iifpin iaiiiina are li r r. t
l.OiMT'HV AMI ArcOMJIOli.VI IDSri.
This liiriiiiiiiini i ,.., 1 ., M iIimii.ki antral pirl
of Hi i ily, 1111,1 tit in; o,oiiiiiilaliiiii4 for euent nle-
L'.IIIC! nil, I I oliteli.eln e, a,c. o li, n rp l-ril'd All Hie
roonn have iieeii lii le.l up in Hi ery ii.'h eiyii: w nil
lll.l.i:n- lll-l'll';.S IJU CHU.NTIM! IIOUrillM.
TiJi.r.iiitAi'ii ni'riL'i:, rii'A'iiu.NAiiV sTtmn,
AMJ 1 run. I. Ml
i'.wk nr iii.i'D.-ir ami isHui::
tuppli.'d Willi linely ensraveil lilliifraphle nnlen lined
iif h 1 irriil.ili n medium in tlio In p ut.iiuiit of Actual
'C'l YC58.'.' .i:iSi
w lm deal ri lli" very li l faril'tie for a
S'fiK Jii:.i S'.riuc.iliiui for tttisim ss,
; fiiar ,n ! ii a coiirae of i,i-'r,iuii,n no uli n'.'l't
1 'u..ll,-il. .tn'e llm r'.iiil.ill"ii nml M.ui lin' of Hie
llltitt.liiill einmiL' hi-lnra iiiioi niKu ita emlorae
llienl tin- het ..ia pot I o am eerri mid mlvallieliielit,
Ail emit 111 p I. 1 1 11 11 ! iIitiiiu auj 1 '.,111 1,1, rri.il Cull, tu,
up! inv lien 11 a, ml lor an li.l.i Sl'iCVi'r;!)
OIltCl L il AND CATALOGUE
ciiiil.ii"iii.' en. in. Ii'to lulnrj ir n-Wrt nf tin Cnlb-nf,
and nil) putlw utjf-t nf th.- inutfij ol lUctri.t linn
1. nniBAMis . si .
C'ptrial 'IVaitn r ami upt. uf Ollico lintlnoss.
Ni 1. Iri.l-lHni.
JliWELllV AT LOW PRICES!
lOO.OOa 'nlrh,",l'h ii i. l.oeliet, Klngi, Ilracokta,
Prll nl Jew 1 Irv. Hold I'elM. Stc,
To he ili-po.ud of at ( 1 V i : HOI, I, Ml eaili without ro.
part! to value, nut to be pil i fur until you kuuw what
you are In receive.
Inn Hold 1 u nt 1 11 I'a.t i'ul,:hcj ci'li S'll 10 5 1 -'
flt.it Hilver (Van Ilea imi i'Ii SMto :ij
1(1 Hull Hold PeiiH and Silver (7.-I4H each Sl,i c
lU.llon )li l 1..I.II. M' Jewelry .aiirt .1) l-.irll I III
And a I. true aaaorlmeiit of J.-welry nf every do
acriplton lor ladi. a' an I .'.'iita' wear, varjini'lu val.
lie Iroill . I In ?.f,n-ll. 'i'lle llli'lllil.l of liUpoallli; of
ttieae i.rii,,iU ut One dollar i acli aa fnl'o'va :
i;i:it'l'irii'ATi:H iiannm! an AIITIi l.n nml il
price are p m' d in :ii;AI.;ll t.WIJi.ul'I'.S mid well
uiivi'd om of w hu ll w ill lei aeut hy ilail tunny ail
ilrefs on ren ipl "f I'rieii Dun I.Vrttflcit,! 'A"i centa.
Five fi r il Thuru nr III. ANKS, You must set
the VAI.I.Uol your mi ncy, Circulars with particU'
lars I'lec, Adilii..,
A. J. II.MirilR .t CO.
S'JD UroaJu-ay New york.
Kar.ll, IEi"-5 -3mo.
JE .TI aa 24 X T
IU turned Soldiers am! All Ollicrs.
Gnttt Sale of Jewtliy aittl Siluctcore.
Tin" Arnuidalo Groat Gift Distribution.
Our Stents are making front I'jvn lo Thirty Dollars
per day. hiiiI wu atil 11 1 morn I, ate invoices fioni
lluri'p.i have swi lied our eloi k tn over Onu .Million
Hollars A .pleudid nnrtiiieiit ol U'uti liea, llniiis,
I.ndii'a' : 1 ill H.iiiHi'uitien'a Juwelrv of nil kimli, oftlte
inoal fndiioiinbla pulterits. "elling nt 51 I'twli Hen, I
M cents for a ci rtificalu and you will tea .what vour
are entitled In; or ?l for ll'vo lerliiiialei!, or Si for
thirty, or 'Hnl 1 3 n-nt tamp for our terms to Agenu
nlilili are of lite uioul liberal kind. Now i juur
ll llll! I
AIIIUNnAI.il Jc CO.
No 1 1,7 lliouawuy, Ne.v Vorlt.
Nov. 4, If05-Sl4 3m II f, H.
ISAAC K. STAUFFER,
& WA I'CHM AKERAND
No. 118 North Siicnnd St., i-or. nf Quarry,
P H I L A D E L P II I A .
An assortment of Watches, Jewelry, Hiiver anil
Hated Ware constantly on hand.
ITa- Hepiirilig ut Wuklios urn! Jewelry promptly lit
January 4, lcTiS. ly.
Public Square, Wilkes-li urc, Potn'a
mil 13 undersigned, having pin-chased the
J- tho above projierly uuJ propuso to rent unu iiuku
it 11 flrl claie lium
IVo pains w HI no eparcu in uuy ui n uipainuiiiia
In render aatlafacti'iutn all S'lO'ts. ... .,
Tlio lablo and lliohar will always be supplied Willi llio
beet thu tuarki'l alloids Uood itubliug fur lior.cs.uud
utteiilivu oallnrs AIo, i.ivcry uiiuiuun.
Tlio eichaligo is elllflbly tltualod 011 tbo I'ublic
Bquaru, and has their foru peculiar advantages to per
sons attending court or doing business in tbo public
oilices, Charges iiioderulu
N. U Wheuuvcr you como lo town, pleiuo tall.
II. SUIMEH & CO., I'rop'ra.
ASH will ho paid lor atiy quantity of
BLOOAtSBUUG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, FENN'A,, SATURDAY, JANUARY 20, I860.
Tlio MoEiden's Prayer.
BY JJII.1 (I. WHITTltR.
Phe roao from her ilcllcloiis drop,
And piitnway her soft brown hair,
Ami in a tnua at low 1111 d deep
An love'a lir: whlapor, brciithc.l a pryr :
ll'r nnw.nliUo li.ilnla touethcf prc.gcd,
llcr bluoeyr thiltercil In the lid,
Tin; lylilcd liiincn on her breast
Jujt twelllng with tfto cliarnn it hIJ.
And from hcrl ong ami fioning roai,
n.caped a baro nnd snowy lout,
Whoso step upon Ihn inrth dldprcss,
l.lhe n sweet snow flake, t oft and imito !
And tliu ti from duiiile're sun nnd warm,
l.iko n young epint frc.hfrnui lloaveii,
Hho how I'd, that young ninl mat hluas form,
AnJh'uuibly prayed to bu forgiven.
Oh, God I if souls lie puro as thi'no
Need daily mercy Ir.iiu thy throne
If she upuii hur bended knees,
Our l.ulicst and purest hub
Bhe Willi n rico so clear and bright,
We ilo-'iii her soiiiii stray child of light :
If she, Willi tliu.o nifl eyes and tuarif,
ullor day in ker young joars
JlUst kneel, and pray Hir grace frnmTUeo,
llmv lurdly, If kin, wins not Heaven, i
Will our wild errors be forgiven I
HON. DANIEL W. VOORHEEfS,
of Indiana, Delivered in the 39tU
Mr. Voorhcos, of twUznna, called up
the resolution licrototore submitted by him,
llcsulurd, That tho mcaai;c of the Pres
ident of the United Stato, delivered at
the open iii; of t hi; picseut Congress, is
recarded hy litis body aa au able judicious
and jmtiioiic Stale paper.
'r.wL'cd, That ihc principles therein
advocated lor the ri-atoraiiou o! th Union
are ihe safobt uuil nio?t piaeticablu that
em now be applied lo our disordered dome-die
Jloolvcd, That no Fiate or number of
Suite- couli-ili-ruletl together c'tu in any
tuaiiner sunder tiieir eonueetiun with the
Federal Uuiun, exe pt by a total subver
Mon uf our pmseni i".iicni of Govfrninoui,
and that the Prcmdunt jn enuneiating this
diit'trinr; in h'n Into nua-iigo llat hut piven
esprt-s-iion to thu Mjtiluneiiti of all those
ho deny the right or power of a State lo
Rw.t,lvul, Tliut the President h cniitlcd
lo the thanks ui Cniigress nnd the country
for Ihe faithful, wise and jueccesful efforts
to rotorc civil gov rimieut, law ami order
to tho Si a leii v?ho?u citizens were lately iu
insurrection aj-aiiift the Fnileral nuthori
ty, and wo hi riby pK'tlgo oiiretilvis to aid,
a -sist and uphold linn iu the p -hoy which
he has adopted 10 g y h.umon, pt'aeJ
and uni'iii to ihe country.
Sir, Voorhoes said that iu iulroiluciog
thc-e resolutions he did not intend to step
in between tho majority and the flesh p U.
lln had no eyo on the public crib on which
they had fed and fattened so long ; nor
upon uufaihomabto contracts, or auythiug
that was theirs TIio.b of the minority
had lived without such assistance to their
patriotism, and would not bend ihe kneo
that thrift might follow lawniug. Iir his
own part, in the future, as iu the past, ho
would pursue the course which he thought
was right, irrespective of rewards or tho
perils of reproach.
What where the Usues deilared by the
Prc-ident! Were they new, strange and
sinstur that thuy should bu received with
indignation and alarm ; they had been as
sailed by tho veteran of thu Republican
party. Air. Steven?, ai if every word was
filled with contagion and death ; that gen.
gleuiau li'ad deliberately declared that tho
boulheru States were destro,ed by tho re
bellion, and remain destroyed to the pres
ent day, And now the Home were asked
to ravel to pieces all that the Probidcut
h id dodo and begin to rekuit thorn.
lie himself should stand by the ('resi
dent's portion as a euro against tub blind
empiricism which ftrat pronounces the pa
tient dead and then gives tho medicine.
11c was in no ecrisc tlio President's parti
sin. Ho did not support hfu for election,
He decided thu issue which would be uiado
if ho obtained power, but since (ho day
be took the oath of office ho beheld in him
the magistrate not the private citizen, Ho
(Air. Voorhecs) never maintained that the
Southern Stales had tho right to seecde.
Mnnv of the men cf that section, while
maintaining the same view, held that they
pos:cstcd tho right of revolution. To say
that the Southern Stales are dead, is to
assert that tho war lo restore the Uniou is
an utter failure, Iu every aspect was tho
theory of tho majority fraught with doath
and disgrace to tho government. With this
ho contracted the course of tho President,
who, when tho temple uf Janus was closed,
extended the baud of friendship to the
Southern States, to meet tho demands of
Ho did not, as others, view tho oonduot
of tho Prcsidcut us an usurpation of pow
or. lio found tho Southern States with
out law, nnd iu tho performanco of his
duly, ho used tho best means to restoro
them to powor. Ho hailed tho apppoint
ment of Sharkey, Perry, Johnson and
Parsons as Provisional Governors, as
bright promises of good administration,
and as a harbinger of poaco to the Sju.h
em people, and prosperity lo tho wholo
country. Such men as Duller has been
disappointed in tho fat, juicy pickings, and
tho hungry sharks in tho Southern waters
had been deprived of ihoir prey.
Air. Voorhecs, iu combating tho doc
trine that thu States aro out of the Union,
said that more than a hundred instance.,
in letters, proclamations and apcche9, the
late Executive always recognized as de
jure llio Southern States. If these States
then arc in tho Union, what power could
olo.vo these doors against them I How
could this lloueo refuse id receive their
representatives I Poaco and submission to
the laws arc the only guaranties that can
be demanded of a conquered people.
The course pursued by the Southern
States iu adopting the constitutional amend
ment abolishing tdavcry was wiso and in
furtherance of theso questions guaranties.
Tho refusal to admit the Southern repre
sentatives arorc from a scnto of power, and
not of tht right of justioe. Had not Con
gress made a riceord it could not ignore 1
Had it not officially assumed a position it
could not overthrow during the war ?
Were not Louisiana members admitted to
seats by tho very meu who uow keep thorn
out ? Was Tennessee destroyed I Her
name was called more than halt thu period
of tho war, and representatives answered
from both ends of the Capitol.
Could it then bo asserted that Tennes
see was a portion of a foreign government,
and tho President himself a naturalized
foreigner? Frederick the Great said, "If
wanted to ruiu my government I would
make it over to tho philosophers, for philo
sophers contradict themselves.'' and of
this they had abundant evidence. Those,
too, who claimed to bo representatives from
Vngiuia wcro admitted during tho war,
but were uot excluded.
Air. Deming asked tbo gentlemen to in
form thu House whether ho thought the
right of icprcseutalion must commence at
Antiet.iMi or. Gettysburg- ?
Air.' Voorhces, of Indiana, said ho would
turner by repeating a sentence ho hail al
ready U'trred nainily ,that peace and obe
dience lie ihe only gut'ranties for tho fu
ture whioh any jjorernineut can rtquire,
and when peace reigns ho held that the
people cannot be governed without repre
sentation, ihe present is more poacelul
than the past and jet Congress ignores
its record of the last four years as if it
weio blotted out. Besides what he had
mentioned, he said the principles that the
Uuion was unbroken was declared in all
the party platforms.
The tuno to wioh Air. Voorhecs was ro-
etricted by tho rules having expired, on
motion of Air. Smith.
The House unanimously granted aa ex
Air. Voorhces, in continuation of his
speech, endorsed tho views ol the Prest-
ueut ou (tie tarill question, raxes must
be imposed equally, All history shows
that class legislation has destroyed the
publio liberty. The President bavin
sprung from the loins of tho people, they
will hail him as their friend, for ho has
not loit his love aud care for tho dignity
Ou the leading measures of restoration
an interesting chapt-r has been written-
Ho submitted it to auother test on whioh
bad been assented by thoso who olaim to
bo the only friends of the Administration
They wcro eugaged in making it appear
that the President lias done nothing. Tho
gentlemen from Pennsylvania (Air. Sts-
veus) pronounced it impracticable and un
tenable, whilo an arrogant Senator (Sum
ncr) prouuuuccd tho wholo thing a fraud.
Alcmbers, too, had crowded into the
presence of tho President saying his plau
does not promise to giro success, and,
therefore, must bo recognized us a failure.
And then tho majority usk him to set it
ouo bide, aud not open his lip., whilo they
smash to pieces liis pillar, and knock to
tho earth his almost complete structure,
It is their mission to destroy nol to build
up, and to strew tho broken fragments un
der tho peaoeful polioy of tbo President.
Wo can oelebrato victories nol less re
nowned than war.
Stalo after State is constantly assisted
by the President to return, to lako Ihoir
places, aud they aro wolcomod, too, by tbo
President. Let Congress imitate his ex
ample, and inaugurate tho now year as a
ceaion of univotsal joy. May tlio two
seclious moot ut friends, and tho future of
tho Amoriean Union will bo hailed with
the lovo rind pra'ao nf nil its citizens.
Tlso abovo aro soma of the points which
wore elaborated on by tho honorable gon
(toman, vrlio, after taking his scat, wes
warmly congratulated by his friends
Air. liinnham, of Ohio, expressed his
surprise at the speech of the gentleman
from Indiana, When tho rebellion was
rifo tho President bad no support from the
gentleman nnd his friends. Ho had not
forgotten that tho gentleman was aocus
touicd in his place to join in tho cry -"you
oannot sustain tho government by
arms.' When tho war was rocking botli
hemispheres, and when tho landvas filled
with lamentation and death the gentleman
Was with tho party among tho conspira
ors at Chicago who in convention declar
ed that tlio war for the Union was a fail
turo. Ho would bavo remained silent but
for tlio fact that tho gentleman would ic
indoclriatc this House dud tho country
with the same fell spirit which inaugurated
rebellion. Tlio gentleman's argument
could not be mistaken. It wa's carefully
prepared and considered. The gontlcmans
position was tho same as assumed Crs and
last by oyery man who entered into tho
conspiracy and if maintained must lead
to the destruction of the Constitution.
It is simply once a Slate always a State
wilh all the rights of a Stato with full and
equal representation and loc.il legislation.
Whoreln did this differ from what was
maintained at tho commencement of the
great struggle which happily had ended
so well and no thanks to the gentleman or
his party but thanks only lo God and thu
grand hcroio armies of the Uuion who
stood as a wall of flro in defence of tho
Disguise it as he may, it was tho posi
tion assumed here. at tbo other end of the
Capitol by tho conspirators who stiuck
at tho our flag and liberties. The posi-
sitiou was that the people of the United
Sates under their Constitution had not tho
lawful right to coerco seceded States.
This embraced all the geiitloman's argu
ment. You could coerco neither by arms
or by law. ''hat they might make war
ou the Uuiun, seize thu forts aud custom
homes and arms aud munitions, aud hunt
to death true Uuion men. That was the
po.Mtiou then as now he asserted to-day,
and challenged contradiction, that when
they became a nationality by the nioro
perfect Union which spiung out of the
adoption of the Constitution, declared
thomsclvcs armed with all tho power nee
ocssary to maintain their nationality, and
their suprcD'acy of tho law aga:nst all
clamors, whether from seceding States or
tho conspirators or their allies beyond the
waters for Groat Britian aud France were
Ho aserted tho right by virtue of the
Constitution to exoorciso all power to sur"
press internal insurrection aud foreign in
vasion. Air. Voorheos Air. Bingham yiolding
the floor suid ho expected to be scolded
for what ho had declared. The American
Union being one of States, onco framed
ho did uot Know of any power iu the Siato
or Federal Govcrnmeul to destroy tho
States. It that siguiflcil'oucc a Stato I'lway
a Stato, tho uontlcmau was rmht. If
hard epithets applied to him they itlso ap
plied to the President for tbo President
declared tho true theory was that all pre
teudetl acts of .sccssinu were from llio be
ginning null aud void ; that iho Mates at
empting to scoede had their vitally im
paired but nut uxtihgtiished aud their
functions, were suspended not destroyed ;
but tho gentleman said all the States that
passed ordinances of secession wei o dead
who killed thoso States s Who dealt the
blow: Did Jefferson Davis kill them, or
tho cloren Confederate States? Where
is tho destroying angel ? Ho held thero
was no element uf destruction in them', as
in tho begiuing so uow, they are living
Slates in tho American Uuiun. Ho re
peated ho hud asserted the position of tho
Presidont. aud every assault upon him
was an assault upon tho President.
Air. Bingham resumed. Tho gentleman
from Indiana had uotifled tho House aud
country that tho President held' that onco
a Statu alwajs a Stato but tlio Pmidcut
had asserted no suoh thiug nor did the
President assume lhat tho rebel Status,
having surrendered to tho victorious Union
army are .entitled to representation with
qui let or hindrance. Would tho gentle
man uudertako to say by tho-merest plati
tudo that livo thousand in on in South Car
oliua chance to be roprcsoniod in conven
tion for tho purpose of ouining back into
tho Union tliu ratiduu of uurepontiug reb
els havo a right to bo represented us a
Air. Voorhces replied tho easiest and
most absurd argument was to supposo an
absurd thing. General Grant did not find
suoh a stato of affairs aud ho was willing
to tako his word. When fivo thousand
men woro found represented in convention
it would be timo to consider that ques
tion. Air. Bingham, rosumidg said tho gen
llomau fioui Indiana stood behind tho
shadow oi a mighty nauio, lie was not
certain that General Grant touched tho
borders of South Carolina,
Tho gentleman said that he was satis
fied with thu testimony of General Grant
but bo could nut bu thus satisfied because
Gancral Grant has not given suoh testi
mony. Ho was not willing to coucodu
that thoso who gavo aid 'to the rebellion
should bo eutruBtcd with tho interests in
thu kcepiug of tho republic. Tho only
safely to the Union is iti tho hands of its
Tho purpose is simply to tako security
for tlio futuro but not ask iudemnity fur
tho pad' Tho gentleman himself vuted
for what ho wanted security lor tbo fu
tureby casting his voto in favor of tho
constitutional amendment prohibiting the
assumption of tho rebel debt. If they
could demand that ono security for tho
future could they not taka iu more for thu
benefit uf all sections.
It did not appear to the gentleman whon
ho read from tho Presidents mcssnjo that
the President reproduced from tho author
of tho Declaration of American Independ
ence tho truth that tho truo intent of gov
ernment is "equal aud exact justioe to all
meu." This constitutes tho watchword of
thu Presidents message.
But of tin's tbo gentleman was oblivious
when ho made his first speecii. In tho
first Congress of the Confederation a mo
tion was in :yl e to limit citizenship to white
freomcm. Four-filths of all tho pcoplo
were there represented, and in 1778 tlio
Deputies rejected it with srorn ond exclu
ded it from the fundamental law and
thereforo it never found a placo in tho
Constitution and laws of the United States
Having ono measuro of necessity wo may
require another and tho purpose of tho
Constitution is equal to exact justice. He
thanks the Presidont for uttering this
watchword of the puror and hotter days of
the republic It aplics equally to thu
wlii to and blaok man. Tho timo was
unsafe for a citizen of Alassachusstts or
other Northern Slates to be found in tho
streets of Charleston or ltichinond becuuso
in spito uf and in violation of tho Cunsti
tution of tho United States all the guar
antees of that instumont woro disregarded
It was timo wo tako security for the fu
turo so that no more attempts may bo uiado
to dismember tho republio. Ho repolled
in scorn the assertion that ho co-operated
with any party which imposed unequal or
unjust burdeus on any Stato of the repub
lic. He undertook to say that tho Presi
donl would eo-opcratc in introducing iuto
the Constitution that which will perfect it
so that wc may reap tho great end for
which the Constitution was ordained, and
"to niako a more perfect Union, justice."
ah now written in the front of tho Consti
tution . Well might tho Presidont say,
"equal and exact justice to all moil'1'
lie replied every intimation that tho
roprcscutatives horo have mantfuated the
slightest disposition to intorfero with tho
just prerogitives of the President or to
uiako up a conflict with him.
If tho day ever comes whon ho will find
no supporter except among thoso who in
1801, wcro buried so deep that the hand
of rcssurrection can never find thorn, then
God help Iho Prosinent and savo him from
his friends. Applnue.
Air. Stevens asked that the resolution
bo refcred to thu committee on Iicoonstruo
tion. Ir. Bingham assented to this
Afr. Voorhecs I should like to seo tho
Air. Biughani -I demand tho previous
Air. Voorhees that's flying in tho
face of tho enemy, If the questiou shajl
be dcoided in tho nffiritivo would carry
my resolution ?
The rpoakor replied lhat it would.
Tho demand fur the previous question
was seconded and under its operation, tho
resolution was refcred to tho Committee
on lteoonstruetion. Yoas, 107 nays 32.
Mr. Ticc if you aro about to leave, I
shall detain your trunk, exolatmed an in
oonsed lady to her lodger, who wao slightly
iu arrears. What for I askvd Air. T. in
dignantly. For Ooard, replied tho widow.
"AIotuuu, listen to tho wind making
inusio for tlm loaves to dauoo by." .aid a
I four year old pool.
COAIPOST FOIt CORN.
"Iu timo of poaco prepare for war,"
was Ocn. Jackson's national polioy. Thu
samo principle applies with oqual forco to
larni operations. Tho winter season it
tbo proper timo to mako arrangements for
the noxt summer's crops ; honou wo lay
tho following article from an old ptpor bo
foro our readers at this timo, Evorv neat
farmor is euro to olean up his barnyard
at iho beginning of winter, and that is a
proper timo to propara compost for tha
noxt crop, (ho writer says :)
"There it no crop whioh so well reward i
tho farmer for good culturo as that of
corn, and I have found on incroase of ten
fifteen, even twenty bushels to the aero;
by tho application of a littlo compost in
tho hills in tho timo of planting. A com
post which has always answered the par
pose well ou my land, which islimoitone,
I mako by mixing together a quantity of
short barn-yard mature and, whon I havo
it, nianuro from tho hog stable and chiok-
cn house ; lo this I add about tho fifth
part of wood asho, leachod or unloaohod,
and about ouo half the quantity caob
of plaster and lime, and a fow quarts of
salt. When short raanuro is scarco, I
substitute,' in part, rioh loam. 1 deposit
a tablcspoonful of this mixture in tho hill
at tho timo of planting the corn, and cover
it together with tho seed. As soon as th
corn appears abovo ground, or even be
fore, I apply tho same oompost, or a mix
ture of a.hcs and piaster, at tho r&to of
about a halt lablespoonful to oaoh bill,
and I am confident it improves my corn
crop very much, and increases tho yisld
noarly ono-third, and this on clover or
timothy sod, as well as on stable land. I
would uot venture to plant oorn without
applying this oompost, if I oxpeotod a
largo crop, it not only improves the
corn in its growth, but also protects it
from tho cut-worm. I have observed in
soma soasons my neighbors' corn greatly
injured by this worm, when all my corn
oscapdd without loss of si nglo stalk from
this cause. This I give as my experi
ence in corn culturo. Try it.
An Old Farmeb.
Tun Faiimeu and tub Faem. The)
farmor in his daily avocation has as
much to think of, and to call forth tho ex
ercise of every mental faculty, as it is to
bo found necessary in almost any other
business, and far more than the common
trades and professions of life.
Take him the general arrangement of
his business as a planner, designer or
contriver. In this dcpartinont ho has to
exercise much forethought and disorotion.
Tho arrangement of his business must bo
well contrived, and clear and distinot
throughout, t-omprieing in ono viow jtho
past, tbo present, and the futuro.
Tho management ol the past month
will require his present oarcful attention,
and it will requiro it through tho futuro.
This ho must provtdo for, and ho must
plan and lay out his work accordingly, or
his business will soon bo crowded and in
None of his crop nor any of bis grass-
fed animals aro independent of his care ;
all must bo dilligcntly oared for and look
ed after. The crop when planted will
requiro subsequent culturo. Tho stock in
the field or yard will require constant at
toniion, change of ft-edinj; in tho pasture,
and of keeping iu the yarU,
These, and inattora liko these, reduire
his unceasing and dilligent attention, or
his business, liko tho business of other
peoplo who do nut bring a sufficient sioro
of knowledge, fact and judgment to guide
will soon be altogether irretrievablo con
fusion, bringing ruin aud discredit upon
himself and sorrow and distress to bis
family and friends.
Lioiit in Stables. It is a great mis
take to construct siables without light. Il
is unnecessary both for health and com
fort, Repeated experiments show that
disease is more frequont in dark than in
woll lighted apartments. Ono who was
long at tho head of thu medical Etaff in
tho llussiau army says that tho eases of
diseaso on the dark side of an extensive
barrack, wcro uniformly, for many years
in tho proportion of three to ono, to thoso
on tho sido cxposod to tho strong aud uni
form light llumbolt has also remarked
that the rusidouts of South America, who
woro light clothing, thus allowing a free
light to iho skin, enjoying immunity from
various diseaso3, which prevail extensive
ly among the inhabitants of dark rooms
and under-ground locations. Light,
thcrofore is a oondition of vitality and in
view of preserving iho sight of a Imrso it
ia necessary that wo Lava tho free aooen.
to the sun's rays whuo uu is the tuhubiUU
of the kUblo,
jj1onmibu.rg.il off"'" Al'l',5,fl nrerr
IMosuiiburil, Btpt, 16,