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7T.). . JJCOUY, EDITOR.
C (J. JiARKLEY, Assistant Editor.
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Mew York, arc duly authorized to solicit and
receive ubcriptions atd a d vertisin j for the
Wr of the North, poblinhed at Blooraburj,
Columbia county, Penn'a. --
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are authorized to receive subscriptions ai.d
advertis-inst tor the Star rj the NcUn.
f tnu&a Wood and Honee Crcclry.
' ')Po!iiicj rnnke wnncs beJ fallows" it
an old saying, and i asai'i verified iu. the
City cf New Yoik bj a most remaikable
Uuloa of Horace Greeley ar.d . Fernando
Wood on one City ticket for Mayor and Cor
poration Coanel. The Democrats of the
Tammany organization nominated Recorder
Hoilman for Mayor and Richard 0 Gormao
Ceq , for Corporation Caarisef. . . -
To defeat ibis ticket Horace Greeley, ihe
father of the abolition negro equality parry,
end Fernando VVood, a leading Democrat of
the mct extreme view, have united Mo
zart Hail and the Citizens' Association, and
nominated John Hecki-r for Mayor and
O' Gormao for Corporation Counsel.
We .call attention to this most nnnatur!
fusion fr the purpose of boin: ho.v hol
low hearted and hypocritical are the pre
tentions t)f boib Greeley and the Wood
that they are governed by principle. M'ood
pretend thai he hate the negro equality
party, and Gre(eley cannot eay things vile
enough to express liia detestation of "Cop
perhead, ' and yet here find ihe very
antipodes in politics in a warm and loving
embrace each praising the other through
the columns of their respective organs.
When Democrats of the Wood FchooJ
who, are constantly condemning the action
of the Democracy io their conventions for
not repndiatin; every dogm or principle
started by oor oppoaenu, thus loviugly em
trace the vilest enemies ol Democracy for
the verj purpose of defeating the regular
Democratic ticket as in New York, we may
well hold tip oor hand in amazement and
await wib anxiety the next development.
Weil, Democrat, we have been lea'en
fcsJ enough io the recent elections, tut we
never dreamed ihat Mozart Hall ur.der the
lead of Fernando and B. Wood would march
bodily over, to the most extreme negro
equality man of the abolition party and sur
render everything ortccr.ditionall'o him, and
this too whilst the Democracy have a ma
jority of twenty five thousand in ;hat city.
. Hoffman is elected !
CoxnPts?' ta In fea:oii, but a. yet we iave
rv litt'fl ofiheir nrarepJirsi I fie Ofrrari- 1
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ization wa effected by ilie election of Hon
Schcyler Celfax, of Indiana, SpeAer, over
Mr. Brooks, of" New Voik. The election
over, Mr. Colfax made a short speech and
then wai f ondoctei to the chair. Mr. Sic
Fherson, the old Clerk, was declared by
resolution to be the clerk for the- present
Iloae. The names of the Southern mem
ber were left off the roll, not eren placing
on the lil Mr'3Iaynard: of rennepee, the
Stale of President Johnson' rativity, and
which Sta'.e to-day furnishes the Chiel
Mgictrate of tliee United State. not
Tenneiee loyal to the Aboli'ion party 1 Ii
wo old seem not. When a car.dida'e tor the
Vice Presideticy was reeded to toI:er np
the corrupt party, tbar State via, loyal
enoD2h to furni.-h Hie man ! Will the Pre
idem like the treatment his neighbors are
receiving at the hands of sach men as S.e
irtfls & Co.? We rather think not.
! Worthless as U the "contemptitle shoddy
rag currency, there are those among the
party of "grnd moral ideas tn the interest
;f Cod and bnraanity'' the shoddy consoli
dated despotism thieves who advocate tba
death penalty for coonterleiting it. "Dog
Forney' is one of these. He says, in hi
Washington Chronicle, in an article cpon
eoanteifeiting "Th national credit is in
ieoparJy. Lei Congress show its apprecia
tion of the importance of thU matter by
Joing that which the safety of the na ion
'emands to wit: by awarding to the
?rimei!ja?t punishment death." If the
:redlt of the nation is in danger, let there be
a return to gold and silver, or let there be a
paper mediam that the most ordinary cocn
erfe iter cannot so easily imitate.
I Goxzalv-5 and Peiiicier -were arraigned
efore the Coort cf Oyer and Terminer of
Tings county, N. Y., on Wednesday, the
3.h clt., frr the murder of Otera in City
'ark, Brooklyn. When they en'ered the
Jourt room, the great crowd of people as
sembled, were with mcch difficclty kept
:om carrying them eff, for examples of
vnch law proceedings. The icdicimant
as translated ' into Spanish by an in-
rpreterj and Goizales showed terrible
eiing cpon every mention of the name, of
tero, Eorneliraes looking at tha audience
i if fearing injnry from that quarter.
Thu aro stne Democrats in this Slate
ho ccr.iinca to take a Demccratie news
iper just as Jong a tbey can get ofrce and
lor.rr When they have all tbey can
! ofiheir party, then they tarn llrnir backs
an tte Dernncratie pr s then ihsy, all at
ce, discover that lliey cannot ogSrti to lake
paper any f?rger they are to:p'or, have
- tic.e to read, end 52 CO cr T2 I'i i )ear is
.'c .i i pay for a county paper ; when
r can c'ub for and receive a city paper
l.bO. Of this Liud cf Democrats we have
i.i this county, to our certain knowledge,
' how many mora there are we do not
i u know. We saw one of this stripe
t week - -
s President's Massage will appear in
;5. !t earn 9 to late for this iissa
. , VfJlat a Ear J Currency ..wcniidisj,..
There is a general complaint in every
section of this State and o.hers of the scare
iyof. houses. Aifhougb. rents are ev
I cry where eocrraou, capital seeka -everv
otner avenua lor uiveMment rather thaa in
the erection of dwellings. The reason for
this is succinctly given in the following
paragraph from the New York Tribune :
Brick, stone, lumber, glass, labor
everything, io abort is so hish priced that
a houce which will cost 512,000 to bnild
cannot prebably be eold for over $10,000
when our currency shall have hardened
igato to par with coin. So the capitalist
declines to build, lending his money or
baying Block -instead..- Contract the cur
rency to-morrow to par, and labor rna eri-
ls, &o , must fait in currency price, when
such a house as would now cost Si 2,000
can .be boilt for 58,000.' Then honse build
ing, &s , can and will be resumed on the
largebl scale, giving employment to thou
sands of mechanics and laborer."
It is'thue abundantly apparent that while'
the present inflated currency of paper ex
ists, the erection of bui!drhj3 and tenant
hoases will ntt keep pace with the de
mand, but it is equally apparent that a ra
turn to specie payments will involve a cor
responding looSj to "capitalists, no 'mutter
whether their investments have been maie
in honees merchandise, lands, or ether
property, except blocks and governnent
.bonds. As the government cannot depre
ciate it. own currency, and will always be
obliged to consider a paper dollar equiva
ler.no one' of gold even after a return to
specie, fhow'4 that time ever come about
the enly species of property that cannot
suffer correspcndici-lv by a return to '-old
and silver, is government stocks These
siocks, therefore, have been preferred by
capifilisis, and capital that might have
been invested in manufactures an I real es
tate goes into the government coffers. Thus
the government, while providin;; it.-elf with
the whereat h to fill the immense gaps
created by reckless officials, stands as an
ucmeni-B ujciacte io tne growtn oi trie
country and the development ol its re-
It i true, government bondholder, whose
interest is not stipuhtHd io be paid in coin,
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may lose a port.on ot their intere?t, but
they will not suffer in principal equal to
him who invests it: houses, &c. With the I
exception to government creditors all other
capitalists seem adverse to a return of pe
cie payments, asserting as a reason that
their lo&ses will be immense. This, how
ever, is not tree, in fact; A man who own
ed property to the amount of 3,000 pre
vious to' the inflation of the currency, has
had that prnorty enhanced to lie present
vahje cf S12,C)0. A return to specie pay
men's would oniy bring his property back
to its oiiiiual value which is its .eal val
ue in gold Besides this, many per-on-,
now wea'.hy, were not so before the cur
rency becanfj inflated. They have gone
up with the inflation and cai afford to
hare the:r gains with thoe-from whom
they have acquired their wealth in so short
a time. I; . is certainly
Iy true that there
es"in asndden re-
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would be come ''lumb'es'
turn to specie pay men
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necessary for the good ol thj whole coua
try. The advance of the few, sbotlJ, I
therefore, be made secondary to the great j
gooa oi me many. ruirioi j union.
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laical preachers and many even among the I
ir, fide Is of the negro party, have generally .
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set np a claim to "mora advancements."
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Did they ever thick of their company;;
Thi.k for instance, first of Cameron a:d
red Herring Camming starting the New j
York World as a sort of "ministers organ"
and ministers guide !! The Abolition cler
gy drawing iheir religion from Cummin;
a-.d Cameron!! Then think of Lincoln's
mot and profanity; of Seward's drur.ken
ri.eaft ! Johnson at the Inaugural ! S'af.tou'a
blasphemy ! Butler among the silver spoons!
the mu!e.! Curtin as a "Temperance" .
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Forney comparing the files of his cid Penn.
fy'vinian and the Press seekingt truth !
Greeley as a liar and Beecher a a model
pulpit saint ! Nice company! Morala in
deed!! Sunbntv Democrat.
Tup Trt-T..r . t .. i
l me Festival and Fair of the Washing-
cn tr.fi rm.. i j c . i Z I
ton tire Company closed on Saturday Mht I
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last. It a3 a complete success both in the !
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amount ot pteasnre it aflorded to those who !
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visitea it, and the pecuniary adrantage t
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reaped by the Company. We have not j
h n a l.i., n, i i i I
heard net amount of funds were realizedi '
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Dnt it must nave been n hsnilwm mm
The Cano io be presented to the editor com
manding the most votes, alone brought in
over two hundred dollars. The voting on"!
this question tecame very, exciting at the
close of the Fair, and as the secret ballots
were thrown iu much speculation were
indulged in as to whom would fall this
splendid testimonial, which was not al
layed until the committee announced that
the editor of the Intelligencer had received
the highest cumber of votes. Then a
cheer went op for the successful candidate
ihat shook Thompson's Hall from base to
8pex. The whole number of vo'es polled
was 5,236i.--Danville Intelligencer.
Clerical Apostast While in the Church
es PtotestarJ Priests are declaiming against
Theatres and Circuses, in the Post Office
they are preaching in their favor by display-,
ing the pictcre ol Abe Lincoln and describ
ing him as "that great man." A more ap
propriate place to hang such pictures would
be in ihe vestibules of theatres and upon
the walls of circuses, where the object is to
decoy the unwary. Satan' reward is for
the political Priests ud merceuary hirelings
who thus keep people's mind in the direc
tion of vile places of amusement.
Vas Lccr was sworn into the office of
Sheriff of Luzsrne county, one day lasT
week. The Republican candidate has not
yet contested the election. The Democrat
fc possession md ao doubl will joidy keep
tit ro'ctrim of tegrb "Eqnalitj to' be' En-
, . dcrstd tJ CODgrcSS.
; Unless we are greatly nVstaken one of
the fkst acts of the radical Republican
majority in Con-ress will be to confer the
riaht of euifrBge uj on the negroes in the
District of Columbia. , John W. Forney,
who seems ;to delight in groveling in his
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r v..fe..liwUj s a loug lener lu yrg.erua)
uis oignaiure oi wcasionai,
in which he argues its adoption. The let
ter concludes with the following words :
"The district is national ground. It is
exclusively governed by rhe'Coo2ress and
the President. Therefore it is not only
right to do this thit;?, but ii U a duty that
ohonld be cordially acknowledged and
promptly discharged.. There is not near as
much hostility to impartial suffice among
the remaining and retnrned residents as
ihre was to the. ad of Emancipation.
There is excitement, of course, among
thoie who may be voted out of the offices
they hav3 held fo long by the aid of the
umerrified Democracy; but this will sub
side before what begins to look like the
inevitable., And even the pardoned and
re intsta'ed reoels will be furprts-el how
smoothly the experiment ivill work."
It will be remembered, that. jnt before
the recent eleciion in this State, Forney in
a letter to the Press, repudiated the idea
that the Republican p.irty wers in any
way committed to the doctrine of nero
suffrage. Either be was guilty of ottering
a falsehood then, or he has -changed his
opinion t-inre. Thai the real leaders of the
J PAtty were fully cotnmi:ied to the odious
1 'uc,ri"B ,tie:' we were fu"' convinced;
j t!ia; '"tf' itltan to agitate the question
I ut,ui ,r,e ,,eru stands the acKnowledged
equal of the white man cani.ot be success
fully denied now. Ii was only a few days
ago that Henry Ward Beecher used the
following language in his paper, the Inde
''The former aims of the Republican
party are ended. Did it advocate the non
extension of slavery? That was accom
pliohed, Did ii advocate the prosecution ol
me war; mat was accomplished. Did it
advocate the constitutional amendment ?
That was its crowing appeal. All these
! ,e5ues are now of t'1 pa. They do not
! ,f ow IiPWican party ac-
i cepts no tew principle, it will have none a)
, . It ii will nave none at all it will peristi.
Are we the Iriends, therefore, or the etie-
mies of ihat party, whe.i we warn it against
its own instruction ?
''A national party mnst have a national
issue. The next issue before this na ion is
equal rights. The R-pubiican party cannot
escape. If the President ihail decline i,
then Congress must accept. It Congress
shall decline it, then the next Presidential
canvass will lay it at every man's door for a
There is philosophy and political trjth in
the utterances of that political preacher.
The Republican party was bom in agnation,
it lived upon agitation, it can never exist
without agitation. And the leaders of the
party, in a'id out of Congress, recognize the
truth ol Beecher's utterances and are ready
to act in accordance with his suggestions.
Finding that President Johnson i not to ;
be bent to their cherished d-j-ij:; of forcir;
negro soffraze upon the peopl-3 of the Soiin,
j a an asteceJr.t condition to the rea'orauco
!0f tna Sju;her:' S:a? 10 lh3 Ln,"ri a'lJ
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tri'I 2 III iilolf ISSiiB V.' liil 11 1 .XI U ItC I7i ILlcV .
have resolved that :he i.ue ot nero rq jal- !
hy shall be taken f by Congress, and the
first bold :ep in that direction made by the
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passage of an act conferring the nzht
I fcuiTtae upon the negroes in the District of
Columbia. The bolemn enactment of such
a law by Congress will go far to gratify the
fanaticism of the extreme radicals, and, as
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rorne) hopes, to prevent them from making
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a split m the r?nks of the party. Ttiey hope
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to ba able :o iniljer.ee President Johnson to
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not remains to be sean. V hnna anH tn-
,j(Jfe ,I9 hdVe nMhood eDOUh l0
Bj:, whether he does or not, by the pas
sage ol seen an act in regard to the District
cf Columbia, the Republican party will have
fully committed itself a- a party to the doc
triae.of negro suffrage and nero equality.
They cannot then dodge tha issue any Ion
pertion9 ;Lat it ;3 nol an iua. U'e hope
1,ey wul tniis snow their hands to the ce':-
pie. They hate fooled ihpm by false issues
and betrayed them by lying words long
enough. La.r.cz.i'er Ia'elUzcnccr.
Bjdt Focsd. While a ycur-gman, named
Levan Daugherty, was engaged in hunting
iicidii y.ui-iieiiy, was f tagsj in nunung
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on tae r.ver along tne liiaua aoove tais city.
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catted ilcLormick a inland, he foacd the
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fif.ilv ol n man wnn r.jif pri fpnlli? . mai
death by drowning, fie immediately noti-
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ned Jude Hiester ot the fact. Squire Cor
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tet, in the absence of the coroner' called a
(jury, who neiii an inquest over the body,
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I aril rplarneJ a vpnlirl nf "Aociilpr.'al itrnuin
ing." No clue was discovered as to the
J identity of the person, but he is snppo.-ed to
be the person who, about four weeks sino
was missing at Clark's Ferry. The body
was rsoch decomposed and was dressed in !
a brown flannel shirt and anldier, nanla- i
loons. Nn clue was found as to his name.
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Tiik Atlantic and Great Western R. R.
Company, received possession of (he Cata
wissa Rait Road on last Friday. We have
been informed that no change . will be
made in the working force of ihe company.
The old employees will hold their position
under the old regulations, and all to be
worked under the supervision of the gentle
manly . and efficient superintendent George
j ' A co"BaEpoDsiT of the New York World.
I writing from Montgomery, Alabama, elales
the following truthful matter
It is." trne, as tlated, that in the various
Southern cities ihere is much sufleriniz
among the negroes, ar.d they are dyingoff
by thousands; bt.t, by eareft.'l in veslluatfon,
1 am persuaueJ thai tins state ol anair? is
I Tf. V- ,eactl,r! ot artA-
iriHii't, "iiw. in mcii ui ; ai iioiaiiiiucs
j to 1ne treedrnen, iol pressed upon them the
taea tnai mey must not nue to meir ia:e mas'
ters; that the North would take care of ) re-ulatmg medicine. The names and Mate
them as it had their brethren at Hilton , , , .,, . . . .
Head, and after
rhristmas a ' fortv-acre
loi" would be set off to ech of thatn ; and
held out every inducement i'- taeiii to
crowd into the Urg towns, that i.hey and
their children uight.be educated, etc. I
tpeak advisedly when I say thai the abov&
ideas were insidiously it culcted by North
ern men throughout the South, and ihez-Ie-giti
-nale result of thee teachings has been
as desired, to causa a great ii.flax ol The
negro population into the lare' towns and
cities, where there is but iirle employment
tor them, nor tenements adeqnaie to their
wants, and as a sequeuce we find Ihem to-
day nuduied together liiie swine in idy ven
tilated cellars, hutj and alleys, living in
fi!;h and idleness, wa.ting for the ''cood
lime coming, ,; about whieh ihay
henrJ bo much from ti,air Xorheni frie iJs J
h is characteristic of th uej.ro to put con
fidence in wJ.at a NV.r:hern?r may ttl! him.
yet if he gt in'.i. -any difficulty he isbure
to go to hi-foriuer maier: and not in vain,
lor aid, and I have y et to find one South
erner who is not, and does not set lite
fii-n ! to his former slaves. The frenJrnen
are !t ily the rect-ipients of prater atnse
and harsher treatmeiit' from the Yankee
soldiers tha i from the la'e tiaveholder,
and in every ir.star.ee, of ths many which (
have come under my observation, where
the nesro has R-ne bek ti work on the
plantations, he has received ocd treatment
and is now doing well, and not one cm be
louna woo is Buiiennji irora wie pangs oi
hunger or from co! t. Planters are to be
seen every day in this as well a? in every
Southern city endeavoring i r j vain to pro
cure laborer to work their plantation, and
it is alone 014 to the erroneous teaching
of such Neither.; men as French and Fik
that the negros ur ii.t.v starving iti town
insteal cf beir.j at work for ihcr fottiier
The Spirit of Vcageanc?.
ilany of ihe radical press reems desirous
of finding mere fieiexl for keeping the
country divided. Tbece paper's although
some of them pretend to support the policy
ol the President, do not hesitate to censure
that policy upoa every possible occasion.
Others support Johnson believing thai he,
like the balance of his party, is a disunion-
iot, opposed to letting the South come back
into the Union ! Is it not strange that
any per-on of SfDse can longer le led by
thee dicuriioni-i of the nero party.
"War lor the Union 'Union parly!''
and yet oppoped 10 the Union ! Disunion
ists 111 teelin?, 1.1 action, in teaching
breathing a spirit of blood, plunder and
desolation, and calling this loyaity ! If that
is loyalty, Hell is full of it ! ! Puulury Den
ccrsl. i i'ki rr i r'f .-ret.'.rv ot v; ar n: o:.?or-
r tl that t!;e i.arj.e of Fort Haitian, on of
j the defence cf Wusl.h-gton, Lecl.at-gej to
1';t, , K,I:r',rk- tG?r-sJ RQRJ,on f u
i for Govcrr.crcf iW.v Jcr,?y.. T.ot .ui:.-.!
v.- ; ' 1 -.
'.la i mic it,
t A .t rr in islrn'mn f'i'I f.rl
AJrcintstranorj tti.i UiVitt
??!een: b-v this r.-.ttiexoMble c
insult to a cal'tint suldier'.nc
nd ratriat. As
(nT k'i'-irj'r r'r. tha cavr-Irv lh irrnt r.f
tha Polemic, if consulted, v.cu! I scarcely
have 5-j'4ested his rtarre i:s appropia, e to
one of the tie? sr.cn cf ths cnital. It was
well said by a distinuishd c flicer of the
army. ;Sor.d out Sheridan with ten thou-
send men', and t'.e certainty is thai he will
turn up in the np.ht poce. cr.d out KiN
patncli and it i? only by the crace ol Uo 1
tnat he or his men are eve. heard ot again."
The African churches cl Richmond are
very much excited because Re. I leaiant
Bowler, a colore J missionary from Boston,
refuses to vacate the Second Colored Pres
byterian Church, as decird I o the enngre-
gation in consequence of his :making en-
.: i i :.u . v. ti . i u .
UteiJ IU lice v. mi iiie c;s;c.i l ilc i ll
es have applied to the Freedman's Bureau,'
r.nd Bowler, r.o doubt, wili appeal to Bcston !
iha creator cl the Bureau.
General Gittcon'ij cour.e ii Tet2s i
generaily dsiuounced, ni taid to be iufu-
jr. to tl
minds of the freeduien.
fie addressed the !
freeJmen, denonncemg the course of Col.
StronSiOf General Howard's statf, who, in
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a nrav ovs address, advised them to return
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to their former owners as tbeir bost Iriends
and net depend on the Sovdrnmant lor
The Northumberland Democrat hears tha
the "coming man" is coming North, and j
there upon '"breaks out" "Let all tlioe j
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who consider themselves 'an equal and a!
bruJJer'' 'bress de "or.'ar.d let all the reM
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EssK MtNfCH. of Franklin, aovertises in
ltiis PaPer a ,racl o! UJ for sale, belonging
io me estate oi juna Ditisr, late ot r ranin
twp., this county.
CEY1W OF THE MARKET,
CARCFCLLT COhKLCTED WEEKLY.
WHEAT, S2 40
RYE, 1 00
CORN, ' 80
BUCKWHEAT, 1 00
FLOUR pr bbl 12 00
CLOVERS EE I) 7 00
LARD, per lb
DR'D APPLES2 52
M A U R I E D.
In Oraiiceville, Nov. 30th, by the Rev.
Nathaniel Spear, Isaac M.THmott, to Miss
Sarah W. Gillaspv, botri of Greeuwood.
In Berwick, on the 25th clt., by Rev. M.
P. Crosthwaite.. Mr. Isaac Martz, of Brmr
creek, to Mi&s Samaktua J- HEVk.vER, of
In Benton township, Columbia county, on
Thursday, the SOth of November, 1865,
Mrs. Catherine Davis, aged 81 years) lack
ing 8 days.
In Sugar loaf township Columbia county,
on Monday tne 6iu of November, Mr,
3?,VmS? S hfir'i
I sober Facts for Thinking Teoitle.
Year a.ter i ear. for an eighth of a cen-
lury, the Pross of the country haf chroni
cled the beneficial effects of HOSTETTER'S
STOMACH HI1TERS. Editors, authois,
physicians, merchants, officers of the army
and navy, chemists, counselors, ministers,
of the gospel, in short, a great cloud of wit
nesses of evei3 profes-sion, trade and calling
have testified to its efficacy as a tonic and
"",a " - u u:.i puu-
li3ed in the pHblic prints. Many of them
are well known to the whole public. Their
testimony has never been challengbd or
impugned. Upon evidence far less weigh
ty men are acquitted or condemned by
IfosTETTKtt's Stomach BtTTBas is not,
however, upon trial. It has b?en tried and
pronounced on the authority of those whosj
lives arid health it has preserved, a pure,
harmless, and eminently salu'ary prppara
lion. Attempts have been made to rival it.
They have failed. Can it be necessary to
say why they have failed? Ask the rcrv-
erad dyspeptics; bilious sufferer--, victims
of fever and ague, and nervous frul.jjcis
who have experienced iis effect, what thfy
thirjk of it. A-e them and be guided t-olely
by what they s:iy. Sold everywhere.
Nov. 29, 18G5.
Valuable Heal JEstalc.
A the Ornhans' Co
OK AN ORDER OF
nun of Columbia county,
on SATURDAY. TIIE 23,f OF DECEIT
BER NEXT, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon,
Jesse Jl-tisrh, (Jiiardian of Cl.iri'a Sutler,
a minor child of John Sitler Jate cf Frank
lin township, Columbia c aunty, adjoining
lands oi Ziba 0.-rr;an on the south, Stephen
Ba'dy on the east, Michael rlensi;i o:s the
n?rth and west, containing O.NP2 HALF
ACHH mora or h:gs, wliereon are erected a
Two Story Frame Dwelling House,
out hiic-hn nr.. I frame stab's.
La'e the Estate of s;i;d i!eceas?d, Filiate
in the loviifchip cf Franklin arid county
aforesaid. JLb'SE COLE.M AN,
Biooiiisburg Dei:. 4, 1?65. Ci'cr.i.
CONDITIONS OF SALE.
One third of the pnrchae money Io re
main in the hands ol the purchasers ilvtrii
the life ol Cathpfine Lorernun the widow of
John Sitler dee'd. the interest on the said
one third to be paid to the said Catherine
intiual.y. ien tier cent, on iwn-thirds uf
! the purcha money lota paid' cn" day cf
j sale, and the reidue on thw confirniaiion
01 his ueierrea payment m ire secur
ed by bond and montage on ihe premises.
iiie purcnaeer to pay tor iteeil. rriortiaj
anU s amps.
(Jii.r ! ran.
PATAU I5SA HAILROAD. On and af.er
ilonday, November 27, 1835, passen
fertramson the D;atwi!.a llaiiroaJ will
ri:n as follov.-s :
F.'.'i la. mail
Wi.li.-ifnsrrt. deo. 8 45 a. ni. de.T
K. V EXP 6.
1 50 i rn
2. SO ;
a :e luij
1.05 p .m
i .itn :-.:'! a.
t I'hil ,
ar. 7 00
1 10.35 '
j Phda ,
' v.,a- Chcrilc,
j New o'K,
c IF tv
Jcp. G-.U0 a. i:i.
, ;;ew York- (le-. 6. CO
via. 2.1. Chunk,
via. P. Clinton, '
via. Pottsviile, 1
Tarn aqua. '
Q iakdke Jun. '
2.1. Chunk, 1 5.15
1 1 50 a. in.
i ill. .ton.
V 1 1 i i . n i s p l r t . ar
Superintendent's ofTi'-e, William ort, Ta
Nov. 23, 1S05. GLLORiiE U'Ebi!,
lI. U. STOSINEH,
IWKIM AMI CC.NTLTf I0i:a
AS always on hand and lor .sari tresli
B!l tlAD, CAKP.S, and PIES ;
rrcscii aud Dcnifstic Coufcciious
in "reat and splendid variety : Nuts Fruits,
and everything usually found
I.i a ill:
class coitleciioiiery slre.
He would call e.;:eciai atteuiioti
newlv rei t-iied .-:n.-li of
PICKLED I IIUITS, AND JELLIES.
j Having recently lUieu up a new ana
oi ste:; sASaOorv,
on the hrst floor, two doors west of Ever
c. . . ' .tra . rr r r . .
N. iloier uruir store, tie i rrrt areu to
j wait 1Jf,oll llM Ular.v r,..nmrr will. FIRST
CLASS F11KS11 OVS1EKS a cheap as the
cheapest 1 1 will supply Ball., Parttes.
lai.liiaill.llt;?, null ,;ici?, VUIUC UM1ICI t ,
&p at rea,0' able X .
Bloom-burg, Nov. 5-2, 1 S 35.
IN BLOOMS BU RG, PA.
THE UNDERSIGNED has jnt opened a
new Store in SCHIVE'S BUILDING MAIN
STREET. Bloomsburg, Pa., which he has
filled with a fir-t cLss assortment of
T'' - Cfi 1 rj rrj K y?j
of ill descriptions, a"n 1
CROCEUIES, HARDWARE AXD
in the usual variety.
Also FLOUR and FEED supplied at the
lowest market prices. He respectfully so
licits a fair fchare of patronage.
JAMES K. EVER.
Bloom.bnrj, Nov. 8, I65 tf.
ITC H I ITCH ! m u !
ScraCcIi, Scratch, Scratch!
lViil lore the Itch in 4S Hours.
ALSO cures Salt Rheum. Ulcers, Chil
blains, and all Eruptions of the skin. Price
50 cents. For sale by all drnaists.
By. tending 0 cents to WEEKS &: POT
TER, Snl Agents, 170 Washington street,
Boston. Mass., it will be forwarded by mail,
free of po.tage, to any part of the United'
S'a'p8. Sept. 27, 1S63. 6m.
Oyer's Cheny PectoraL
j 2 . 4 5 p m
1 7 '
4 0 J '
. THE WKEIiJA'
ri)K nil-: cajiimkjn ir i&.
Tiie po!i;ir;l carnjiiiu jul openiiii ii
Peiinsylvaniu.is de:il:d to be ote oT reat
imoriani-e, and u tinvt a poverft-l tr.ilo
ence upon the. fti'ure of the country at iare
in a sreat measure it will lt-termine
gubernnlorial coniest of 1866, and hare an
Influence upon tiie presidential elecicn two
years thereafter, but, more important, i'
will probably determine the choice of ihe
next U. Senator from this Statu at d I'm
affect the legislation of Congress and Ihe
rejitorsi'ion ot feac to the land. It is,
therefore, cf vital importance that every
exertion should be made by every niembei
of our party to eecure the victory. Not
only should every lecal organization be jnt
to work, t ut every honorable meatus should
be adopted to stir up the apathetic and
lukewarm, and to make new votes by mn
version. It ;.n cnly be thn.r.h the im
mutable and qol 'en priicij les ol Df mncra
cy that ttie c-cufry can be re!emed jrorn
t!ie ihrahlom c' !unaiit i.-;n, ilenradation atul
laxn'ion. Outsit! : the Democracy thfje are
1:0 principles, ihe rule of action rl the
or posiiion is ever chancing one thins to
day soirietliirtg e!se lo-ntorrow. It is held
together nif-rely ly expfdtetiti the la est
and rno-t ootr.iiieous of iill being the mod-
I ern, si.v-.'iim: ti; political tnct t-i 1 cgro
tuiTr;ie. . jV il'.i'i-ai this, and tl! o f;er
si-hetr.s of the Aboliiitr.--hoddy hordes
who live or. ly 'o ;duru!er nod t y ra t; m lei
every Democrat arou-e s-nd i rl on the
rusty armor t.f hi fathers in Der:i-cr ry
of Wa-hitigt.-M, r, Jeffert oti, cf Juclavit.
and n:.'irc''. rrt I ,'t!e and to viVt iry !
THE WEEKLY PATRIOT AND UNION.
As the Cr.itral orsan cf ihe Democrat's
I party the Weakly Patriot and Uitioti has
acquired a lore ;.i;d tv;ote diiU'sitd ciicu
latrjii th;i:. ai.v other Ir.-.ociatic jo'irt.al
in the Sla'e. It lias herf tufore occupied
an influential po-.i-.iTti a a-i able arte! in
dustrious worker in the caa-e of Democ
racy, nd i'.s f, io.'ids that it slid coiilid
ues to I e a va!n.tb!e orun cf t!;e na:tv.
j It is not for us, ho;-, ever, to puff our own
i work. If we hr.ve been faithfi.l to t'.e
j cause cf the party and the rout try, we
i hope t-wry Der.tiJt rat will make it an ot-
jet-1 to exiet.d our field of cperetious !
I addinsi to oar ii-t oi riiL't ribers. The lo'.v
j pricj id the Woekly in ccn, p.irisnr. with I
: ttie ;irr.oi;:it ot ir. a : ! r Jurm-hed. irtnkes it
one t,l li.e chea;-e-t ct newspapers. We
hope every L'ood Democrat who reads 1 h i -will
sen.i )is i.anie a:,d 5'2 5i for a iopy fi r
ot.e year. It i!;is is loo much f:r t!io.-e v. ho
are vtry f'cn;r, let u such ser.d t: flf'y
j cents each, and receive the Weekly Patriot
I and U.iion for the campaign. Thj fo'.lo c
, ii.g art; the (erntiS :
i k:Mi pra TEa.
Single copies, j er annum, 2 50 '
" six n.oi.tli.-, 1 50
' Clubs of icij cr nitre to one addresa 2 fji !
i Fina'e cop ei
l Clubo oi ten or more to one addre
Ail orders phonM a t.friJ.Fd to the
1'ATHIOI AND U SION,
Aoi-llitiia Central 2S:iiIu;xv.
TIME. TA LB E .
t : i n r. e t 2 a i n siuilvio
1 frrai the
North il West
i. a, i...r,:r.i, a .J a.i ol .. n:rn .e-.v i oik.
O.i and iiher r.lon.'av, Slay 28t-'. Ic65,
the Passenger Trams of ihe North Central
iia.l.v.y i i ! arrive a:..! de-art ftrra Sun
bat) , Ila.'rishur ar.d Bl ;r- rr.j a, jl.ows:
M :ii Train leaves Sui.burj daily
except Sundays, at 10.43 a
Leaves Hat ri.-turg, 1.20 p. m
Arrives at Bal:inJ,or3, 5.3d "
Express Trai?i leaves Sunbury dily
ex.epi Su ri-iay s, at 11 40 p.m. !
Leaves tiarn-b rg, except Monday 2 0 a.ii.
Arrives at B.iltiattre daily except
Mcu.iay, at 7.C'' a in.
Aceorr.ti.odrtiion leaves ilarrlsb'r 7.45 a.m.
Scnb'jt v Arc. leai es Sutibi.rj dily
except Sundays at 7 3-1 a.m.
Arvrs ai Harri-b'-j eveppt S vi lajs 10 15 J-
Mail Trail leave L'ai'.imcrj daily
except Sui.Jaj s l S 20 a m.
Leave. ilarri.-L i rg, 1 45 j. ra
Arrives ;.i Sunt nry, A.l ) p ir..
Kxpies- Tr;.i;. s lTrf!:imire daily, in. CO ,;
Arrive nt Ha'risb'.irj, 2. EG s.m
Leaves Ilarrisb'ri; except Monday, 2. 40 '.'
Arrives at Sutibury. 5.15 "
Erie Exoress !-av-s Lniltiniora ex-
8 on p.n-.
Arrivi-s j,t H.irisl)U'j,
lit lo a. in.
L-aves llarrisbur, 115"
Arrives at Sut bury. 4 L ,l
Su'ibury Ari-..;n. leaves Hairisl-ur
Dii!- ev ej.t Sun .lays at 4.25 p t:i
Arrive at S-j-ihury -at 7 1(1 "
Fur lunger parlieLlar- a"pty at tne oiae.
1 N fil iiAivIiV, Supt.
Karrishorc, July 10, 165.
! JAMES ROBINSON,
i Clock ::riI Valcli 3t;i;r,
AND I.MIMIU OF
1 ulcli , J' w liy .V i i in-It I imc-riiHT-o
Al.sO VIMFU'Tfrtili OF
SILVER AND SILVER PLA
GOLD. SILVEXSr STEEL SPECTACLE.
Xo. 1C31 Marltt Strut, bdotv LhvntU
ClorKs, Watches an' Jewelry neatly re- j
pd'ue.t at t.e churte-t ..oiii-e. I
iiiiiii' an i Pi.tir:g, of ail descriptions,
done ne-iTlv to e rJer.
C?" N. B. Masonic, Odd Fellow's and
o'her einblemaiic ..latks, made and Eti-gra.vt.-d
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF
F2.j; ODESSA AXl k'Y
FRENCH, EM1US1I $ AMERI
CA X CLOfKS.
TABLE AM) POCKET CITLEi Y,
FOR SALE AND MADE TO ORDER.
No. 1031 Market S ree;, 3J door below
Eleienth, North ide.
March 26, 1865.
U3I.B K00XS Proprietor
iti.ooiiMii iu; IA.
THIS magnificent Hotel, f-ituate in the
central portion of the town, and op
posite the Court House, liar been thoroughly
repaired and refurnished, and ihe Proprietor
in now prepared to accommodate travelers,
teamsteis, drovers and boarders io the most
pleasant and agreeable manner. His table
will be supplied with the test the market
afTord.-,and his Bar with the choicebt liquors.
Attentive oxtlers will always be on hand,
and his stablin- is the most extensive in
this e ion ol country. Omnibuses wil
alwayscte in readiness to convey paesen
grsto and from the Railroad Depots.
WM. 3. KOONS.
Bloomiborg, July 4, I860
FLUID EXTRACT EUCH0,
A poclilvo aut f uctao rotarJy f.,r fii.ja of tbo
Tliis Mcdlctsa trrreai?3 ihn r"ircrs cf l,-etlcc. nad
licii tho absorbent into fccnlftiyacr.cn. iyvhlca ir
wntcry orcel.-r.rcou8 ".cpjxit.iar!S, ui! &U tunttcr-.l ca-
larsrtpcr.U ere reduced, on xvcil as pain niwi iiTto.
lad Ik ooi fcc tuca, vrorziyn anil cbllurta.
HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT DUCHU,
For ce&!cncEar!3'r! from T-Mcezet, Habits of DlwipSk
tion, tarty ladlscieitos, attccde -w:ti U10 tullowiag
IiifU-polltan to Exertion,
Lois ol Ilcraory,
Treat :'c rv-!9,
Horrrr o J)Isea?,
rryiicsi of the Skin,
X.rM of Power,
McrUlr-s of lio rjodr.
Erupt! oiu of tho Tao.
These sTn:loiiii,ir f.ncwci1 to eo oo -wlticti U.1 MsIV
Cine lavtrlaljty r.'raover.'i, boin MtcT
FArciTr, Ki-iri-Ti -z nrs. &e.
In one of vhlrh tba e.t..-ct may c.tpir?. Vfco en r.r
tScy are not tre-ioocy fclloxci ty U.CS9 direful ili
r3."TTT K".7D C jN'STH.rPTTCS?
H.iry are avr.rc cf Ciecsus-: or t.v:r.3icrtis2.t.ut rum
vrt'.l conrcL-s. Trio n c-jras of tt.a trs.rae ary'.arna na tin
n-ot-TicaoIy dca'.Uj r 7 cotsaujipitonbSttr tmpia ultneii l
ttie t.t" cf tLc rvj",;r
1;.2 rc::.'!'.-.:i--i, cr.ca 6fr. r-c3 Y? or;cte vemo,
rc'u'.rb lLo l;J or irr ctric losi.vui--tii:uinAl&vljsora
ilc H-.ii a, t-::.za Til- r: ."i.vcT ok Bucnrr
Inviili: C. w. V 1 v.-Li t.oa? Izc3 Ui e(r):tc&t.
Inrr.tiny afc-'.ton iuci:"J:ir to t'oicale. tie rjmu"
Evcnr Is cnr-f,uu. 1 l y ar.y otber reatuy, bad for tH
coiiplulnti Inc'ucu: .0 t.ei, crtn I'.o
DECLnrii CP. OF LIFE,
tySrs C-Trr(TOjt abovjl.
Taks no EoUrva. Merc-ry, or n't'.ca-il nisttoSi ft
cnpteoai-i cA dr.r..ons dt3eja'..
L"?C v7 E D AQ G C 2 W & rA
Curca Secret Eisease
laUtt:ctrtr.2ej l't'.'ie c?ear.. If:: cr no ecg mi
Clot, do Inconvenience. - I ;:"o
I Tor all affection aad &c&:3S cf thto or;n. betbtf
j rXITn"G IS MILE OTi PZilALE,
j rrom whatever cause erlgtimtisjr. and Bonxetter bow too
HELMBOLD'5 EXTP.&CT BUCHU
I3 tb.o Great Xiuretic.
And It Is certala to hsTe toe cUtlrtd t-c". tfl aU i
Cor wMcli It It rccoumcndcd.
iil K J i -k I
FLLMD CXTUACT SAP.SAf AuiLL,
l'Tf,T'SrS .;'? E'ro.l, ri -i-v':? i.l cti-'Tl- T'Ut
:i ;b .li? tr'.t'.i ? frC3 r.3 tr j tiro r cf :'.n it.-
ar t tL-sc-'j r :itto C-.'.-.z:.'. L-;i-r. r?- 'or f
c-i-2 ff :wf:a, f.2i.1i r.'.a.J, "i.-U i l-.srz, ai 1
''i"i:' of tlii Toi'-i, Vlcrrc-.tcr." it Vjf TT-o-t
Lcj?, 1..CI :'r-, I-:.ci oa i'..? T?z, 1 v'.. si ,
an i t 1 t-c-Sl-j T.rc. :.i i t. s &f ii a I i ! r..
TO fA Jl-'"
ft ttt -rcr-t .its.. :2.3 i. '.: r.C; t irs-r--i-J n f.-cm m
c-r-cr'.'--, u -.1 :.:.uictv;: !i flzc. Cf U;:.-4:
covtrtca ir.nl heve ortc niile to x.-iij-c :t-.ut,Boa
c;-.r. luc..-i"-i::BOi-is Ccvrc-;:ris Jz.-sr-r ci?.
E-r -j;:: T.v. II i '' Z'-.'ij til riaovilrs i-z I lccd, t-ji!:
tif v:.rsr cf t :C.:h I: to i-e si'c:-, eal pcr:s v-1 &i
tv.-.-c.i vL!.:U j.-.sT;; '.. cv.r. ?"..ui Li t tea!:iy .
fjr.-.':-r ' c ant cr.?-.:; it,-: i. -.-j. s that cre-
tn-y n'-.:r;n t':o V.izl. S. Ca iCjii-'y ttat cc-.'.i h
rcIicJ ts has 1-r- Icta oc:'ut fjr. r.fl ac:-!r,for tie C l
ttiC tt-t r--'s Lave or." v3 tt!;! .1i ticv CjO dipcLd. C cr
rr.r.c5herc iV-c- z-l u'. :.'.:crctr:13c:ktcsicsl.ow:ucr:;:a.
Izt tto t;;! cf a E!rlc bott!o vltl i:uvr to tte tick i'j-t it
J.uj !:? 'urpa.-.-.ia; aa.-tli-'- t'uey Lavo ever tit-ca.
7-ro tit l.-r cc.'r! if tt; r.t; at' c 5a.-ti arir.a aac-I
to i i-tnl cf Vat.'r . tvul to ih I. It, hen I'Ui Xrlnk. ad1
o-.'k li-.r.'.c ti I: ''; ; .i toc KUoa c'TU.9 T;tc? vf Sia-'
lr:z, w ;j J.v.; .: u." -i;i:i:7 raid:.
necctlcat Lottcc fr Cl-iCtscs arlslij ttom aSt rt
ittf'.i'a-.'oc, t.bciii cr"Zi. z:l:tn vri the I.itiscU Enct
: r lisu-vi rci . or. ..Y. r. ! i . 1c cliirar.:er till
a-c-jirpary tuc'c;cs. A'.: nutlet riircc'.iou ter
uc, l .". A ).';. v j '- . iirioa -s:tie..c,aai np
varti of v. '. c r.ir-fittcn cn.I it ci.4s-
U rj- t ..!":-. . - i v. 1 ;,.h or'; . rui ;ln i-.:.:.-.: t c-.t
lnoludv cr: 1l' -V lXji!i:;:.2".CIor5rTr..ji,: tct-s.uco, c.
1 lie I'i cj..l. . r i .j-.: ci tc ItiiU jiuU'.lLatloi tu
tr.e r ?n 'pnp-r ; t:c d n;a set u f.il? r-u3i Sh- fad list lit
crtk-l' s riLt Li L;!i-"Jt:il rrcr'2rt.t.oi.a, ucJ io Dot urtt
to Lc rrr-r-tJ up t j lU .uat.s.
TLe fclcnec v! y.e-.XU-'.M. l.kc the !or!e Colutaa. atioaM
rtarid bttrf'c, pur, taaje'ttc, lav Ins; Tact for It t.aala.
IducUvii iT llo t ::.ir, bad 'Jrat.-i alob ft.r l'-
J.'y r-tract S-rycpo: ilta l; a Lto.: rnrtn-T ; tdj Exte
Ecchu Is a rtcrctlc. an.t ti i;l tct as :icb !n oil rifca.
Eo.U trc prcrr-cil cn purely rlcn:!2c i rise: p da
VJrio ioj V..3 tr.oit tc:ive ir.e2-t:-s cf c'.'.hcr that
can be ir.; '.c. A rc2:'.j tna eoucl j-iTe f6t wt'.I be o cora
larkoa cf l ir urcr.crUvs wii'a rjosc eel furta la tol.
Ceo rt pciiatirj- of the rcll-.-l ?Litc.
Ecs rrc'wssor L'iwis valas.o t. u:j oa tte Praeilo
tec rcn-.e-Vs mnac by the celersiej Dr.rHTstc, rhlta,
Ecc rcraaiti ir.iJo.j iT.IIrirr.ir M. Ii.iw el:, a clr-
tratca riirs'.clun i.trl Vf uVr of Eoj-l Con.-gof
Furspons, Irelat-1, tstl i i l '.u tUa 7ria..actioiu cX
tLc IUn cr -i Qir.-n '.i Jouunt.
See :e!lro-T!.!rnri:i. .ul Ttc.l-w. ii'llbh?1 . Ct-ja-
TKA-rrBfi. F'IUw of tv.a r.oj-ul Coiitjio. of Snrgtmi,
tea a.cu cf tie lato s ur.,:r i v crtj oc iiclicia.
FOIJ PT ALL DKrCOU-'TS rVfCTWHTSV
Address letters fcr IrfcrcatJorjjla ccu2W.ncc. t
H. T. HELMEOLD, Chemist.
IIelinboIJ-a Dru ar.i Ccra: ;al Warehouae,,
Ho. I? JADWAY, XEt.7 asi
Heltccoli's Merlimit lot,
h. 101 SOL iil TLSTZ f HILADELPELA.
IiCWAlin 01' COIJNTKRFEITa.
ASK i'OH .ltKLHiiOLD'61
7W - " " , I .