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WniG STATE NOMINATIONS :
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Xoa. Taxes Pc.'loai, of Northumberland Count j.
F03 CISiL COMMISSIONER,
Coa. Gwrje Pare, of Allegheny County.
FDH SUPREME jrCGE,
. T-. Ta-iti 7". wse cf Adn-s County
In making tLLs, our editorial bow, to the ci'izcns
of ClearSell, it becomes oar duty to state, briefly,
tie position, we occupy the principles yro advo
cate, and the course we intend-to pursue.
. We hare come among you as a stranger, to luke
charge of a papt r own J n t by ns, but by a portion
of yourscives. and while we duly appreciite the
honor, if we may be allowed the expression, we al
so deeply feel the responsibility, attending a rirbt
and proper discharge of our duties. The position
of an Editor is at ail tiir.es an unenviable one.
in oar case it is peculiarly so. Unacouaiated. in a
great measure, with the business and resources of
the county, we are neeessari'y dependant upon oth
er for information, whijk, in mjny instances, may, -
perhaps, prove incorrect. An J when to this we add
the iovel'y of the position, our youth and com
parative inexperience, it iniy iiot seeia sinu'ar, if
wo should approach the task with some decree of
timidity and fear. We shall, however, strive f.iith
fal!y asl fearlesa'y, to discharge our duties to our
imployers, tO' oar party, and to the Public, that
- when ocr editorial career may be run, we can re
si -n the chair, with the proud satisfaction of a clear
con? denes. - - ' -
In Politics we fully adopt the creel, and advo---cale
the piineiples of the Whig Party. To culti
,.vaetho arta of peace, to adl to the prosperity.
tLeTirtce. the i-itelligenee, and the happiness of
it people, to give an Influence to the cause of
freedom th it 'armies ail navies cannot restrain,
to preserve our Union, and so conduct it as to hand
it down, not only unimpaired, but improved, to the
latest ages of post.erity the?e are the-Wkig prin- ;
clpies for whieh we battle. Wa love, those Princi-
- pies, and we love rhe Whig name, with all its noble
and inspiring associations, to well to desert them.
It is the name of the advocate of freedom and of
am in all past ages the name under ?whioh our
patriot Sires fought for, and obtained our Nation
al Independence.. And though we. like them, haxe
met with disaster and defeat, still shall our glori
ous c-.tso bo pressed f.r.virl and onwari. with the
spirit of our Whig ancestors, to a final and decisive
torial eonduc. it shall always be our
end vu'gor quarrels
V J" our editorial
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ii" readers and in alt ibs'iiow.
Sam. S'.k-k 9-.V3. "argue the cose." While we cm
never shriek from controversy, conducted in a
proper spirit, and with a respectable opponent, we
will sti'.l never rl ore. much less no'ise those
guilty cf low blaguardism and vi'.e abnse.
We shall labor to make our paper, whit is nnine
signifies, a true "Rifwmn'' Jourt'al one that
shall be to bim a soureo. not only of pleasure, but
of information and insrue'ion. where he on al
ways look, not only for the state of the maikeis,
nnd the prisa of lumber, but fur news, morals and
li'crctur". A paper that shall be to him a compan
ion, not alone on bw tedious voyage through the
crooks and bends of our fair Pusquehmna. bat in
bis family circle, his sliop, his cabin, his storo.and
Lis c"untin room.
And now. in conclusion. exrre.sii:j our plisnre
at making the acquaintance of theci'izens of Cloar
f e'2 ccn'". li' vr.jir n'trr.'ijii to our ra it to
the lar9uac of vy. Puv'vi-ir. whr S!iani"nei bv
tho cimtaacder of the Aus'rt.m hussars .it the bat
tlsof An'uiri to3arrcaicr. -Co-42 axdta:;s :je."
Ov- Ttrfi -, l-s 'i:o
tla-y paeons, duub'less. cxpcs'el to s?e the
Journt' much lar?r thr.n it appears. Owned is it
is by a Joint Stock Company, it is not n'nb'iihed
for the parpos? of makio; money, and it" it emU
possibly havi been raide Ttr?r at SI. Oil a year, it
wonl l have been Jmc. But it i-s utter'y out of !he
Viues'.i "n to print a larger piper at that prise, in
the Country, where the list of si.lF?riHcrs is reies
Viri'y restricted to a few hun In A ciy paper,
whose patrons are nam "j-jre 1 V7 thouvnl. and
where three or four papers 'in ba nrinte I wifb or.o
petting of type, can b? furni-hel at a low rite, bat
it is rtry cvi lent this tnr.ot hs done in C!"irfiM.
The pser own whib the Jo-ir i' is printcl. is
laar.ufjc'uTed frm ?raw by a resnMy invented
prosess. and although regtrde 1 as the hast quality.
doa not pros?nt as neat an anpcirenes as we could
Z:Mrc. We will endeavor hereafter to obtain rag
We have proeared a largo press and intend if
enr enterprise prove successful, to enlarge our pa
per'at co distant ptrio.l.
Ziff We send this copy of our paper to a num
ber of persons who are not subscribers. If they
do not wish to subscribe they wii' please return the
proer. with their name written on it. totlii Office.
AH 6absiripion9 paid dnrinjthe 5rst two months,
will be consi Israd as in a-lvane-!. ATjr that time
the the ra'es will b3 charged a? sit forth ia the
Term3 on first ptg?.
f"We understand that a r.nmVr of persons
have the names of subscribers to our piper still in
their possession. ' We hope aU those to whom we
have s?nt a Prospeotn?. to whi-.h nsnjes hve been
subscribed, will re'urn it immediately. "'-'We
would also ti-ka this opportunity of returning our
thank; to tb nomeroiw friends who exerted them
selves to obtain subscriptions to our paper. -
' Theft. ?ome miscreant very csnMy appropria
ted to hij own use two bag? of otts: from a wagon
standing in front of Mr. Hemphill's, last night
Such conduct is a disgrace to our town.-and it 13 to
be hoped the villain will be discovered, and made
to suffer the consequences. Surely strangers shall
not have it to say that they could not let their
property stand in ourstreeta without having it
-' Tro iro"rt? a It?.
Tj tho provis'ors of tho Katts-'a ebrcsk'
Till that b3 jnst pcs-ed the House of Representa
tives by a vote of 1 13 to TOO, and which has created
so great an excitement throuzhontihe country, .he
Missouri Compromise, passed ia 1S20. tas hc.n dc
cTored '-iropora'ive and vcil.,: That Comiromiso
prohibited s'avery in nil territory north of the lire
of 31 deg. 3Dmin. which lice now forra7 th3 ?oa'h
ern boundery of the territories of Karsts and 2e
brarka. It will at once bs perceived that the ob
ject of declaring the line inoperative nndvoil."
was to introduce slavery ino the3j fafnro Sta'es
thonzh sirgular t5 siy.PougliFS nnd r is a-Jhercn's.
bpekd np too by the Tioro Admints'ra'.ion. de
el ire that slavery cm never cvit there, owinr; to
climate nnd other eirnm,',ne;g! And when aske l
wb.v.if it never could cxU fhere.they wi.?he l to re
peil ameasnre thnt. under such circumstances, could
cause them no inconvenience, they answered -to
euro the wounded honor of the Sou'h '." Thus the
A-ble country had to be again thrown into a state
of cs;ifement. the vexel que? ion, which was
thought to have been settle 1 by the Compromise
Measures of lSrfl had to bo again agitated the dy
ing embers of Xor'hern nnd Southern fanaticism
again to be f mnd into a flame, and all for what ?
As a balm to the imaginary wound on the honor of
Strange. passing s'range, that it was left far the
microscopic eyes of Mr. Touglass to discover this
awful blemish on the fair cscucheon of Southern
honor! For thirty years a Calhoun and a Clay
could gaze'upon hat dark spot upon the honor of
their Southern horn is. and never once saik its re-'
moral. Cut now, that both have passe 1 away, the
mijbty '-gijint" of the West aiiscB the champion
and defender of .Wr wounded honor! And to ac
complish his design, the Missouri Compromise, the
work of our fathers, who pledged th'ii -honor in its
support. made ga-cred too. as it is. by the name
and the f nr.c of IIexkt Clay, had to be trampled
in the dust !
ICor waa anything of the kind sought by the
South. Sir. Pouilcss was a volunteer, acting upon
his own responsibility, and to secure his OTn per.
sanalonds. Th-j AdiuinN'ration. to recover i's losr
s rength. seized ho!d of the hobby, with the design
of nationalizing itself and fell back upon ' the lit
tle giant," who thus becoino at once tho great ex
ponent and embodiment of the principles of De
mocracy, and th parliamentary leader of the
Pierce faction in the Senate.
And what, we may inquire. is proposed to be ac
complished by thii unasked for legislation? Why
to settle a principle, they say, the right of the
people in the territories to establish or prohibit
slavery themselves. They allege, that, under the
Constitntion.Congres-j has no power to lagij'ate up
on the ques ion of slavery for the territories that
the clause empowering them to -make all needf jl
rules and regulations respecting the territory and
other property of the United States," do -s not
app'y to this question. Now it would ecui very
singular, indeed, that the States could not do what
they plcascj wi.h their own property; certainly a
very novel idea, that Congress h is power to mark
lints, sell or give away auy portion of it exer
cise ualimite J sovereignty over it in every other
respect, and yet hive no power to siy whether sla
very shall exist there or not!
Eut the bedt evilenc3 of th-j meaning of a I iw.
is the intention of the persons who frame 1 it, to be
gathered from surrounding circumstances, ns well
as from the 1 itself. I.ct us apply th'u rule to
he Coi s'iution. and what is the re3ult? The or
dinance of 1737, of which the Missouri Compro-
uiija is slm'y an ex'ension wna frame 1 at t'a xnn-
mm Mil hv Ihc 'if iivi it. tnat rrarnn
eral Cora-Uuiji-'- rm nnl ly Congress
hen sitting in New Voik; an 1 :he o'hor wa fram
ed by thf National Conversion, asmb'ed for the
purpose ia Philadelphia, which bodies were in nl
mcs' hour'y commu'iicaiion wth each other, and
leading members of each, attending in both by
tarns! " Now, is it to be presumed for a moment
that thes" men would one day prohibit Congress
from legislating on slavery in convention, and tho
r.ext. enter the legislative halls, an! enact a law
establishing slavery in one portion of the territo
ries, and prohibiting it in another?
There can. then, be no qu-C3 ion as to the conti
tutionality of the Msoa.-i Compromise; and so far
from bcini? tho et','ikm-nt of a principle, the
passage of the Nebraska Bill has been an utter up
rooting of all the compromises of the Constitution
yea. we might almost say, of that very instrument
What. then, it may ba akel N the position of
the two gr" at poM.:i ; ll p-irties of the country on
the ques-ioi! It ia (he beloved during of Dong
la?s. recently a defeated Pres"den!i.t rjircnt. ani
to.F the le tdcr of tLe Admii.u ri'ton f v. ior. in tl.e
cenatc. It is suppor'e 1 by every Dcsnoin.ic or
gan.' It was sLiik sl Vy the recent State Conven
tion 0 the 4-h iraioni:'.3 Iiirmj Tt5y," but point
If you can. to a 1o:j.').j piinr iu the t'ouamon-wc-ih'h
that denounces it It is then a I'eino;ra i;
measure, fa.bercl by a Ptmocrati j Presi i uti il as
pirant, s-ipported by a l)emo;ri;ic A hniuistri'io.i
and advocated by every locofjjo org in in .he court
try. On the other hand the Whigs regird it -as a de
liberate breach of plighted, f.d h and puh'ij
compact. a high hind jd at'empt to for.ie s'.ivery
into a vnst territory now free fora it by law. as a
reckless renewal of H quieted agita ion. that meets
the stern, iadinnnt, an-1 unanimous coalcmuVion
of the Whig Tarty of the Commonwealth of Penn
sylvania. The K'eif.on in Pai!&i!.ah:a.
Below will b.V.und the oli ;i il returns of tho re
cent election in Philadelphia, by which it will bo
seen that the Whig and American Candidates have
been elected by an ovcrwhe!min5 majority. The
entire ro'e polled for Mayor wa3 50.41 1.
This glorious ros.nlt is 'ominous of the defeat
whieh awaits fiov. Bigler in October next. Phila
delphia gave Dialer , a large majority, tand they
have now thrown a large m-jorify tho other way.
a result chiefly owing to the anti-Nebraska feel
ing, awakened by the treachery o" those calling
themselves Representatives of the American people.
-. . , , OFFICIAL RETURNS.
" ' t VOTS POI JIITOJ.
For Wert T. ronra l. Whi . etc.
- . T.ichard Vaux. Democrat, , 20.0 W
- TJJ "7C T3.
" A Inrg-e nn-nbcr "f Cho era C"3e3 hivo occtSrrct"
a'ready. on tho JlH.usppi There were sever 'y
Cve ca?s3 between TJarlingtoi and Galena.
A number o En gM 31 ae on thir way 'o Join
Slormoas at Sa't Li!:e. Nc w'y two hundred re
eenMy pasae l St. Louts.
The new? from the See of Tar m qni'-o or. si
ting. Twe've Fns'in vf ''? wre d"n7?1. fA
hiren lad"tt wMi prv'-rs -nd tttcxI! t.
ttt" i"5Tired. Tl .e ai?? tint s:r v.
f cm'.'fed 3??l3 are rctc! to 1vel',"f r.'r'"'-,3
rr. IT ranee bos ca-l info aetire ?Tvl?e. iT
anlsea. eighty th-'nd 7n""i. Tnl"ser.l-t r
tl'e 5mmnse nnvil freo rnT'a- 1 l-5-,en '1 s-.-vi'e,
her it a fire in r'rr; Tr"Tn1.
Teror. rhobnm and Fhoer'ee. o"- I '1 efl"v'i,
shi'O' r f the rov il raw. err ing not lrs 'b" " -s''
gins: ai I th"r re "a o'h-"- ve?ls buildin
wbieh are intend' 1 to e"rrv 2.91 "nn.
If we can be'ieve whet corr-ioT lnts for Trench
TTncrs wrie. Tlnoia l exercising a de-?r"oof fepv
c:ouf evacl'y in Po'on l. li'rnii' un-vmnle I ev?i
in i8 unhappy annals. The corner! nt ion fv'-'s u"
on a'l mi'e? belween the ages of sixteen aid for'v
five. . If the eorsirint flees or conceals bimsc'f.- hi?
chi! Iren or o'her members of the f ?mi'y. wi'bo'i
rcgarJ to age or sex. are seized an 1 carried off to
tne country of the Cossaek3, or to military colonics
In snif! of the cheerful news from llexico. of the
roocated triumphs of "anta Anna. hcre are strong
reasons o sapoe that the conli'ioa of tha gen
tleman is not a pleasant on-v an 1 tha. the sioze of
Acapu'eo is not a nire pi iy'.h:ng f r the 5 011
men under his comin fi 1. A peoole may not be
fit to live un lor a reiuYiean gvcrnmnt. an I vet
hav? s'rengMi eno'i rh fo put down ara 'rwr. The
Washinifon corres n lent of the llaltimor? Sun
s iys. '-the advices "roii Mevico-reee'vs I by -our
Government, are ra'h"r of nn alirming na'ure.
and it miv yet appear tha Mr. 'Ia l.;lcn. i;i trea
ing wi'h S.anta Anna. ha3 imlehijrc:konin; wi;h
ou. Ms ho-. "
Robert T. Conrad the Whi z and Native Condi--dle
for Miyor in Pbi'aiolri'nia. wi? eloe'ed by
42ina.iori,y. JIazlehirst. f. r City So'i jitor' was
elecfed by over 11.00(1. The MThig ticket thron ;h
out. h?s been suceeijful. 1
Mr. Tower-t tic Whig Candil-e for M.?yor in
Washingtoa City, is also elected by a large major
ity. The 7 Isr'r say
'The e'ec'ion derive I pecu'iar intorcs1: from-the
f.ie that the Executive has openly exorcised is
influence for Maury, the nresent incumbent, which
it is reported, went so fir as to threaten clerks
with removal if they di I not voto for,?. I lury. and
from the tbreas of prominent Administration sen
ators and members of Congress, thai the aiiro
Tri.aions for the city woul d be denied, if Mr- Mau
ry w.es not e'eetel."
Since the election ia Wa 'ii:irton all the promi
nent Pemocra's. par'iiular'y the mo;t conspicuous
traitors and swindlers on the Nebraska question,
hove 3el thjj city. Tt i rumored that Pierce n
preoaring to explode the Cuben nine, in or.l-?r o
swallow up one excitement in a cnVw. Pottit
an I Poug'ass have "ins home to try to nake up
matters with their be'rayed an i insulted coiis'iu
en's. The correspondent of the North Aineri-rtn
sys that the Philadelphia an I Wvshingtoa elec
tiona have proluced a profound imoresrio.a. Tiiey
are pregnant comments npo.i the dis rt Jcful ,TT"
tences upon which the repeat of the Missouri Com
promise was cffjoJcd. .Where Ls the ical for pop
ular sovereignty now? What do the sovereigns
thirk of tho frau ! attempted to bt' practised up
on them? It u stated that the Presi lent h is ct
r iv.tTO concern at the terable fail
ure 'f hii frlaJiioasiai i ta:mic?ve?. or to re
deem their promises towarl-L.;- xj-...-i-i
bribery, and fraud could have prevailed the
.repudiaturs of pub'ii Compacts would not now
have to lament a disastrous defeat. They sre now
in the hand? of the people. The groans of the in
cendiary are music to the soul of every honest
man. Toombs was eg to hear the howls of abo
litionists. The calm voice of the ballot box will
perhaps bo less agreeable to that patriotic individ
ual. A Washington dlsootc'i to the New York Courier
snys -It is-bvlievetl that the Democrats are de
si 'nelly keeping the House an 1 Senate without ft
quorum until the I2h inst.. in order to enable the
President to consult the Committees on l oreign
ffiirs respecting an Executive communication to
Congress in rogar l to Cuba.,;
The muuicipal election in Sto'kton. California,
has resisted in the election of the wh-V.e Whig
t! -Vet exoent two Alderaecn.
."rc ;h troubiej at Y.xs arj s.ii 1 to be pen tin-:- .
t a late uiseiig of the Cuaniil. a vcso'u'.iaa w 13
nwv.-d il.-criLg that tho Ir.wl: 0;' th-i rv.!riy thro'
the s'reet be 'or.i up. aa.l the b:iige at tli3 croa
Pi'es'deut Pi-ire: h3 appointed O. B.vnr.KTr.pf
tho Il-ir.i.'burg -Tleys'-q-C; Governor of Nc'eraiki
Hon. Ro-'sitT T. Co: ?..vn,. tbe Mayor cleci o.'
?hil;i le'rhi 1. was inaugurate 1 on Tu- 5 in Tn
"lepcnliuc j qu .rc. Ho mila one ci" b;s u' aally
ibie uc 1 eloquent addresses, which wu relieved
ni h er.thusi is:ie applauds by tho lcrgc cci.oursc j
ox people a3iemh'9l to w.tncjj the ocrt-moiea.
ajd if elected will make ore of the mo3teifficnt
'aJ Cot 3 issloccr? tha board has ever had."
"' .rd.-3 tfrss-s, oir nominee for the Supreme
"nenih," ii a rr"ouEd l?wy ?r, of .vida-sprcal rcp-.:-
aJcn. enlarged CT?ri-c9 end whose nbili y no
ore cm hava h ha iuiool to ci'l iu qucs'ieu.
;ach 3 tha ti:k: nch 'he men wo have pre
ys'el for orr3. 2"rages ia the saratn sn 8 -. rrc-s;-';tcl.
too npoR o Pi a form of PrinrTpl?s thai
n-.ist a one meet 'he cor U d appnMIo-i of evry
w v r . l ii nountiw. Tha Su-rern icv of the
, . . f -
i'v'iiia Iao Le;i! i-nr-e pi-il JVJ enajtmocts.
Ilie philosopher's dil-.c. 'food ier ratloc-
Tncrritro l:not3 ps
v7";I..mmon ties 3 m 17
nil. . . -
TJT lool roio'.a'i 3 are V.
li v wmi o - c -
JT -r;-a a sr :-iisbr io. v irl Ltan,"
en ', .rt-r.c r.a -.n.caca ia. ,u.-
r.s the to?cr
Cocs if -tron the greatest e -od to the l-.irge3:ncui-j s-yrtn i.-, discreet peree-a is 1 he esse
:Ii every -j ? :y e '-u pc. -
L-'.i-ien -iu:l ;uj ii vnc arc not
..nii-n t:ju pee i.i b.-?.aghi? I nlloref
ir-tufcy, m ix-la'ion'-'o tho n-c--t & J
Xf v'd. ta liar 1 er ir. Wh er-r-. 1 ho"'ol
thfcpcot!e ongrrg ail cora.-l hWn to 1 v.JrT
SuWy ho wo ws tha brand of C'a:n ii 0 i3 prewar-ir-toloa-o
tor Krrop?. 1 -
8vi. .lav. Bi;ler. with i5:aj& ;n l V- Vh:j
bi.-kwi'.l b? Tnanohan: r cec;ei Wj'lv
knov I: it the ? :e ro:iiee pf ;h, Dc-n .-ra-v f
the ;T3?r'3 .ni?5c?3. wag on tho Ciili:cVTr
A 1 1 -it F he -Trr.T :V.L!"-! i?,-r
on -:a !l'!S o i.a cs . ip ? Ab'-V"!
th-: Nitional Union tir.17, t;r. whi
cr tl- roi-rvat'on ot
vcr ! td".e ition Tte'i rious T.ioT'v a TYo'cc'iv
Tariff n rsatd, eo iitable TTomej'e"! I Law th
? lonf tho "Puh'ic Worka and ornosi-don to hi c
'ension cf 31-ovMy over territory no. y-free, jj
rii rt.o'finn of nrincinlcs. unon wnicn v.o oln
rcrih oc to certain victory against any oopositi.o
731. h-.---n araiust the humour crv of IfmjdJ-
ry."' and the spoils of o2icc.
let- t;ct. v, fc
I "Ar.l frih A 03 1: 37-
their si-J'ivitiv. na'i t
The Fdo o .e Pnhiis AVorl
It is ratiier nmnsing to read omo of the elabof'.te
arguments of the Democratic press, ia favor oft ho
sale of the public works, since Gov. Bigler ias
si jned the Bill, to wh'sh ho was driven by the huge
vote it received in both brioches of the Legi4-j
ture, and the unmistakable sentimenfifcf the peofle.
A few months ago. every locofoco -org in' iaf he
State, with but one or two exceptions, violentlyop
poseil the measure; not because, as they allcgdB, it
would create a "gigantic monopoly,"' but bejue
was and is essentially a whig measure. a pitii of
the whi c-eed. an 1 urg.-dupoa th- Lci.-ltu bv
whig influence. But having discovered tht it
wis also t:c measure of the people, and that qfery
attipt to prcvarie ite an 1 get round it dial filed,
they now turn the tables, and having -i-eejivi ad
ditional lijjbt on tho subject.' enter into lejgthy
i:nd most convincing arguments, ia favor 0 the
bill, which, during us whole passage, they h ve
hemently opposed. 3
The -'gigantic monopoly.' that T.as to 4rush
down the int;or-eits of the old Keystore," is ftrgot
ten. or rather the inafcr is got over by saying that
t'jompanies have to power over the m:iss of th puo-;
plo.''- Aud yet, siagular to sy, th it was ihoreat
au i general objection made to all the hank U-ls -tt'
wuiea llic i.secutivc smction was rciuscl. (urinsr
tlie.lutsosdon. Truly, m ly we rfcitoruie fcc.old
fow '-consn ency, thou art a jewel!'.
Tdkiag the anna 1! message fjr their guid;, these
org-ns did everything in their power, aginstthe
bill, but, atlas! for their consistency. Gov.(Biglar
like other men. proved fallible, and signed tie very
bi'.L. which during bis whole public life. 1! streuu
orisly opposed ! And now, discovering tiat they
wero --s tiling on the wrong tr.ijk." they iddeidy
veer round, :in 1. admitting the grout benaits to be
derivjd from the ri;a.siire. attempt to sliw tha
tho cipe?t.iitor that Gov. Dialer would interfere
wi. not .7 ri-i f r'ifp on?-."'
Gov. Bi.gler. al.ho-'.gh compelled to sign it,
a wavs been orpos.t to the t. 4 1 . on nose;
when a membor of the Penae. notwithstanding
measure wrs earrici bv more torn tvnt'i t'tow
or a majority of the people of th.e CominonwcJ
U's scntunen,'? rcryilnt .l the same until thept
annual ni 'ase. for ii ri iter:t.s them, an 1 wo rrsf
honestly biliovc be is oppose 1 io iz yet. thougjh
2.ve it the "exee.it 1 ve aotrob Lion. v.e.t knoan
that, ia vio'.v of the appro 1 -hiag ciec ion. he 3ir i
nut veto it. i-u ill, -him' ever, is tae usual on'en-
cv of the Democracy t to cry do-.vn a in ua-tf' be
cause it would create -'a jji.g.intic nioitnpolv' aud
then, discovc fin-' that course not to '-puv'' well
a3 they expected, back right out of tht-ir fsition
and support tlie measure monopoly and af- -
for :''C fml s anJ uu: keJ of tu..--etcr-".
1" . hev nre now sollin t "Kt.ow No h'-.ov
in .w-on. , t
53 "he po-".ia:ion of "'cvj'aj 1, Ohio, ia
was t ".SO J." it ii nov7 i-J.vJJ.
SAn Atnorijin company is about es!fV.ihiag
a lii.e of s-eamers bcv.-cen Montreal and Cuabss.
f'inco the Grst of Jaiuary ove- J.00 1.1)1 ba.
of "coal hove been sont to market from Pittsburg.
J"vrrheTobeia and c'urs used in ourcour.try
co"' jinnual'y about U'h millions of dollars.
J"vr7u;,re aro half a mil'.ion more females than
male- in Great Britain
jr.tcrews ays if -fell the world's a sMgc,' wo
men wag the -tonguo' and gui ie ths "wehij'.c."
Fowt'itM? Ur. -'Pon't Kr.ow" what it is. but
theres a nius? of some kin 1 among ihe. Natives.
In. l::nt,i Tec creames and lemonades, though
raher a scarce article. " !'
"g.Vhen cnillrcn. are liMla they mski the po
rcnts' heil a:'ij .vhea grown they mike
their hearts ache.
ITihstim who has a daughter, nnd can. yet
won't educate her. dos'crvca to h;.ve her etolen
ftP Inv in ?..ir.i r.ortbor.S of
ling at forty dollars a 'ta. and oats at oue Jallar ! T,i,i'r.-:is and V
aud twentv-Svc cents a bushel. j day f t frd.st.
lev 1 '
'-r? ent r?
-in ! ;lv -rrefct i.a
- i.e vr-Vn; ,t,,,s o";b" C!a
; ii--'.- Is ir ,1 rai-i-. .r.rr.
! secirs a: J a ac't 'ton? .-. ; '
. .. 1 r rn-ir et:or-. ar. I wa
ma M org ligation.
JT-,-'-ot T'l f -'.. A mn ia Ilch-nv
ry hsit pveu'e 1 a rapine for m k'n? howe
shoes, wfeb wi.i turn out twenrv or twen'v-fiv3
permmTto. nerfeet in cvorv pa. Bv this ma
chine the price of horse-shoes will be reduced fu'l
i' V'VeBch wife wro'e this Tv-na n f
1C nic per to her limb m-'.: ' Iwn' to wr
1 11..., 1. ; . . - , . . -
ctiuc ijl-ive nothing to sy.:
i i"'t". "h new Three Bo'l ar ol
i jus "n i"-i from hc miv in Philald-
, wiHi .1 9 a-.'-t of whev. e.-vu. vil ok 'cn-i
i nvrr.';n!a;tiM3 On the other the heal of
i r.n Inlfei.
--"---'. t ..""-fcerw a rV.
1 r v a 1
Aroos'ooK, is set-i ne ar. 'OTcrs are a;i j.tiv. h.re'-v'.h:n
lilt. Wlri Tfh a rrlM.I I
w h - t'ae
; len". Edwin Po.k.a ,cle of the late President.! 1" 'TZV ? vl M M''5 4
Polk. dieJ recently at Lis resi lca.c in Tenuevsce. ? 33 ' ,awb',r n
a st ! tyN H TK.'lA-nn a'ki-iT w:h Im-m oVont '
t -js -'i.- -:n v,.il,r hn "1 n.-r een ' more i a I irr" re 5n. r.ne !av 1 1-. v -'-
land ia cuUivatioa in the .ecate of California, this i i !-k I ' ' '-."r -Lev ha 1 a 1
r tl. .:i there n w hikt. 'V Tt" t " I t -' C
The Whigs of iacir.nVi have ju?t e'eetel
elr c indiJ:ttes'for Judgej-of tho Superiar.
TrThe Baltimore T:.wr nominates Jli'larl
Imme ii itc'y before tiitir -aujourmcntihe mem
bers of the Legislature were thrown indj dolight-
c'n -f pnnf.is! in lir the annouiiccitnt of flu-
JUl 1 - - ... - - - . g -
sudden departure of one Ez'lul &hfoj, who
ilor-ol" with soma ten thousand dofrs in his
pocket that irm- to have been the if ar I of a
number of the members, for certain Ilivnad legis
lation. Kzokkd v.-a 3 a '-lold y nicinbt a proie
sional borer, ami ha J. suigaiariy eno. succectl
e l ia ingratiating himself into the gof opinion of
a certain company or companies, wj employed
Lii services and farnishe I the neees.f.' funds, to
obtain the wUhel for bill. The act
sea, unu aaw, me iiino 111c iireor
were looki.ig for their p-.- "f-" .-'"".
Sunday Evening traio. aal 'S'ap
pointod gentlemen. ! who had laid nnselves o
peii to bribery an J s 1 1 the'r votes a.l not. in
their ia. II ; ioa at Zske's abswi ig. decency
or -: ! aj- eaof. ;h '.o ro.i:ei' the rier f"roi tlso
nemOTi of ihe he jl.ila'u: This
ine o." a ni ; o;' T4i ;is ilive rtei
b duly pas
1 1 members
The dis 10-
"n?oa r -
to kw tha' it :J.-v ap?!iel a ra'.t: j to g iioo 1 r
it vY'ld exp'ole.'
jtK v.m hu
r.roviog f.- the
Fiiln-ore for resident, and Albert Pike, of Aj uan-
s.as for Vice Pi-est lent in 13"; 5.
Iyfhellrapre5s of franco drivia herself out in
a eani 1 go and foir hors'J3. iiha hiuiieo iho lih
bons wiih great chi!!, -
C u 'toHr Comv'uI Burnt. Tie Catholic Con
vent at Mobile has been destroyed by fire.
Cvrr. 'ii? it list. Spiing with irs birds au 1 flow
er, though, us they say oa the Railroad, stight'y
bob in 1 tim e."
C'Viv o".t the West Branch and its tributaries
of lumber, by tho late flood. Scarcely a raft re
m ii miii our coun"y. ' - . :
IU? A Liquor Seller in flloucs'er. Mas?., was
lynched recently, his house demoliihed, aa I him
self ordered to leave the town. " y
l"?Two of the most important nrticles manu
factured ia our country have a decided upward
tendency in price., viz: Flour and Printin g paper.
T,ft Mvj.'I. L. BaanETr for Philadelphia to
take charge of the Mount Yornon Hoase. We
wi.h him abundant success ia his undertaking.
A rrtlrr-f- z-'tar.in t:i 1i:r friend Hartshorn we
nre happy to lparn has ma le fortune, and retir
ed to private life. May hii shadow never grow
lei. . ...
Quarter' M'rtiti? Our Mc'hodii-t friends com
raer.ce l th.eir qnarter!y meefxn r at Curwensville
on Saturd ty. Vt'e hope they will saseeed ia doing
'"A call for a Sabbnth Convention, to be held
at Carwer.sville on th? fitt day of July nest, will
be found in another column. Wc have- no doubt
it will be prolue'ivcof much good. ,
; v It is siscertaincd in Frree. beyond doubt
that the vine and pot.fo dneasj is caused bv the
presence of srutll insects of a sioeeles very similar
IO DTS1H.T1.-1 llf-
t'A gi gan:ic iron steamSTiip is now building
j.n Inglan J. ct -jl.tt ) ) ton?. M10 w ill be B33 foeif tl-i-kne
'""r- ""Jinorec times tne neignt 01 xiunK-er liiil
Vn:o "i.a ?'i'e oil'h; -
ktrt he rr --'min'rv s'aos Tr ? i"ia -ti
a fr;a -. " - p j : n V. v'
rr'i nli prjbab'y be tlia ;a"r.y-5ieo
ea'.i ia the
'. .--r. TVrv.T'.T .T-..v rr.e
vielc team on hs ro- 1 aSo 1 a -p.;' 3 a" o ;e "Inr
wejvn. a fe-vdays ,:i.. m t -.vi 'a a se- oas icei
don Ihe horsr-s ran ibi .'nl th-e-v h'.ta fro-a
Ibevaggor! in R'nh a m n j- n .0 f"-.:a.- bj a
bil3gs. Ileislyia ia a very prec irl oai 03a
din. JT J i l t7i--AtW:. A asniVr-' n'
Jf-e"'- nsavs i the 'm'-.io C!or.a'a. n
P r aod firm I.iverroo' b'.vc najj 1 va"m"'-.''.
tha thev never ew su;h r;mrtii'js of 1 - ,vr- i -,
n p-o firm, or of suj'i exeiK ns Vt-iag th a
fowl ivs" o tsj 1 gq 0 that v--s '. Sb e ' I i
t jie of 2) j miies aro.in I the o I gei of 3 di I ?;e.
tine t'tr J ';,..":.-. 'e i '. Ru&sf. Tl- '.Ifjr
of ;;e T.eravii!e ,.ri "r.f' Las lie-n o W:i!iingon
Io-;kron. nd siy? lVt ia enr "vr rsstion v.ith
limocr.a-s. he f urd nere or-osidon to arjd cea-
jpmatte.r! f 'he Adra'i.irt:!?.on tlipn iTrx
VT i rs ir.d wes tr ken by srrprise a he"-a-iinne,1
w olsa'e cer.dnonation of tbe Adaiiaistraiion
mits own friends.
lr A letter from Constantinople says that th'
American Minis er. in the r,.ame of rhn r 3tt
l-roies ej against tne inhuman or ler of the Pert
expelling the tiretdts f. m Turkey.
. .:irecn emigrant ships arrive I at New York
having .Wj passengers, of which 2PJ7 cr.me fro
London and Liverpool, and 2i"-i from Tf,, 4
werp ana Jiamourg. j
Bit Ttiii'. A nr:kv chimnev.iir-r.i;',r..l .J
. . ..i , -
ui . .1 Muiuonng norse. a scolding wr"
!? too'h. an empty purse, musou'toes, flies fle
ad dog;, be 1-bj.gs, spiders and fop:. ,
11b I;. It bi'Oiinc t.ie general in: s of wn- : .,'re' j
irsx i iaia Y.i elrj'es of tho eipltulake I 0,1 J.J pito"
ra? -.vi-h th j r..v.; o; a ntvm'eirj promir.ent I u"i
IjO of etti. V"e -Pont k'rnn" t,l,
have any "Know Noth'nW' lu-re or not. but If
wni 10 aisjover tno in. Wh n "' t.,
dunlicate aartry to collect Poor Tax!
f '5?- I 4. . - ...
-iiuun: niu trui., varierv ot artioiA f.-f
went down he Nau-raiuck river in the lnt rr,i.t
n.pU,T,,T, ai ore point on the Housatic,
five boarding houses were swept away.
A''.- Bnit iV S '-or.'. v,ia tbe rcar .,he
' 0111 1 Loii5 rho?e enuPy of tit is piece -f FiiJ-
1 i ; rin-'-T -r no nr; -i -- o , .- . 1 . 1
Tci'-jAVJi'v'! ii TV-? O-'iri". Tii Kni7
binsaro forming mili rv cnao iai-'s -t. ; 9
fVeanf. under the n unc : the Na'io ia! 'Jui'-l.
pme ilea m"v be h- I of 'he grst strength of
.tlt-i n-w org'iiMz.atioa at 'he billo' b .t. in -r fi;t
tat ."t an elec'ion nr three .AMoraiec. hell oa.
e ins., out of a vote of 4.1.11,-thev had a aia-
l jrity of 1.75 J!- - .
5"rIi is sifel in tbe Caiaberln I M:TT3.Joar
lal that important discoveru-s.o. cannsl :oti.h -va
-eeont!v beea made r.-c f tr from the 71 1'Moiore and
olS r--iiIroa'l ut. Pie-lrnin in Yir-inil Oni ftf
be v-ins i sii-1 to be '2 and the Dtbi-r-1 -V-0,t in
liie eotl s-i-n'.v resemolos that found
in the va'Iy of rv mawh.a. in he wei'ern ptrt of
Yirg'nia. and is fa!ly toaal to it ia cver'v osj-ca'.i ii
ly-sion of C) ''i'-r S.'n-'i';i ')'. i tbe
Kleetion hell ia thcTon ffi'Loi dialiy the
fta las., by the S'hiv. -Jirec or? of tae CJntv,
in ae-jorlsnce with the Act of Assembly, paiel
lust Pessio 1. T)r. A. T. Prii.r, r.n tho Pth ballot
was elected County .ca 1 rin'-u I it. for the ensu
ing three venr?. E. S. Dundy. II. 11. Sir.idi.TLos.
Itos. II. M;Ki;n. J. .T. INroilton. an I others, wora
enndi la tea, Tbe salary us- I was 0-
1" n another column wii! bo fount the eirl
or our friend Lcno. and we would rscimmen l oar
readers one and all. when thev vioit the Citv o
sf p at tho Commercial. The bsjt evidenee of the
cb irac'er -f the-hou.e for -crea'ure comfor's."' is
to found in tb-L n l' r Ihiat' !f; i 's -f 1' f t"r,
and torty.'" aa I no-hiii r shorter! If you want
L-obs-'er sal'ed. drescd in aae Etylej jtrt aoo'y ti
"'Jtoard of Ileafth."'
Conrad's mpjori'y, 8,l2d
vote. Fort latacrroii.
For rsaae TTa7'ehur?t. Whig, etc. .Tho'
Wm. T,. Hi"'. Denr. 13.SoS
Vm. D. Baker, American, . 101
Ilaxlehnrst's majority over Hirst, 11,793
voTe fob coyTUOLi.Ea.
For Win N. Herderson. Whig.eio.,
William Badger, Dem. 23.17a
Henderson's majority, 8,319
vote for roMMissioEr.
For Adam Much. Whig and American, 2t.71l
Oeoree C. Lei ly, Democrat, 2.1.0
Franklin" Comly, Whig, . 5,7S9
Much'g majority over Lcidy,' : 4,621
The Whigs have never yet niniinat-el a ticket.
more like'.y to coueiiiate factions, or agiin3t which
it has been mors difficult to find a s rong point of
opposi-ion. than tho one presented for our suSV i
ges by the recent State Convention. Alrcaly :ho
principal organs of the opposition have acknowl
edged that we have ssleetei our best men; m?n.
in tlie language of tbe Waynesburg Democratic
M'a::;g;rj of -respectable talenis and unexsep-,
tioaab'.e moral character." All that has yet been
alleged against them has fallen to the ground from
nttcr want of cvilcnce, and they stand before the
country arkoowledged to have been very seldom
equaled, anl certainly never surpassed, in the po!
itical history of this Commonwealth.
Our candidate for Governor, the Hon. James
Pollock, as a profound lawyer and popular speak
er, is without his superior. He was first elected to
Congress in 1833. to fill a vacancy, occasioned by
the death of the Hon. Gco-.oe Fkick, of the 13th
District. He ran ag linsi, John Sxtder in that Dis
tiict that usually gave 120') of a Democratic ma
jority, nnd was eleeted by a large voie. He ran
again ia 13U a jainst Gen. Wm. A. Petrekiv, and
was elected by an increased majority. In 1315 he
beat Allisos White, by over"'1400, thus having
revolutionized Lis District three different times:
Of Mr. Pollock's unexceptionable private char
acter anl moral worth, no better evidence .can be
given thaa the almost unanimous vote ho recieved
tbreo times from his friends and neighbors, when
a candidate for Congress. ,
Of Mr. Dabsie our candidate for Canal Commis
sioner, it is only necessary ta say, in the language
our opponents themselves, '-ho is a man of great ex-!
perience in our public councils, a. fluent and ready
debater of unexceptionable moral character,
of which are ab.j:'n c'y to !ii;ns
prin'. We hop? the in '.Her will I
jated. and the --.rties mile kaewrf,
cent may ).o'. suifor. ad ta?.. the
eeive. a the bauds of the people t'd
. Th-r.e ' bor,-r3'' are a e trse to oiLcgis'.Vure,
and chouM.he lrivon froai the hilij the Capital.
At -the ocg'.aning of every session I- gather a
roual the 13 cs anl ioooics a svi
vanipv.-os. seeking their nn:oa?eio'
aro the toi'.s of members s a'l mor
themselves, who sj.k t) fid t' o r j
li-honcst gxins of oorrnpt le giii tttivrunr fromi
honest and unsuspecting pcrties.
The evil in or ler to bi cure t, id
an I totally crilic itj-l, by removia
gislative Hails every one who will
to be bought and sold, like a sheerfthc market.
It is with the people themselves tiiish a rem-.
s mp.c oat
far a public
at the iaiio-
'y ran? re-
3 with the
jin our Le-
Let' ere 'rem Jnl.-e Polloc'r.
Tho follow in UUch ftom Jc.ooz P von to
ra t;c.:i'.e te a fow niitha beer'", ., :i: .7 ----! . ."
on. " "-' - " '!- ! i e reeeat .-.:c mtt .a. 1 1 ..y w-"" tae plat
r There nre few Hotels in Phiialefphia. withlH1:"1'"'41-'-1"5 ,J7 t:'': -Cnveadoa,
rcTufaion caal to the M-rshants. Mr. M'dfn- j 2!V - 1 u ' J.tr,? ' u ' Jl!5 i-'terniiov
Lar. i!or Js. t:nd tho ae- j tion to -'.aoer to deserve ssc-ci 1 wortay a!!ke
of 11:5 man aa 1 the grait c suse ia whfoh he ii cia-
ton" i-- t!ie ve;y
eoTT.il at ions
r 041 a
0!i5 ci tae hor,o nncqualol It fc
treat, between M tik )t aa 1 Aroh.
'' the. Academy. We leara t'j-.t ef-
b.arkel. His we'l iedac l posi ioaou the rapes!
for's are bein r ma le to nroiure an ab'e r.f e,r,- ! 01 taa 'u-'1 'nproaen, wa.le it is si.rxel by
::ert t- i-.hr to t-ike ohtrge of this iss'iiion. i hia eppcr.ect. will meei the -ipproh "tioa of every
wnu 1 iDi,r:-r ne m te at onco an i;onor aaf; oec-
u . io -ce rown an i cru t v.
J.TonVa J7e j .Va-.
AVe wero shown recently a bed M ip of
North America, embracing more tiry. and on
a larger scale than any o'her map published
in this country. It is a true Amei M vi; and
we advice all our readers, to securlipy while
the agent is among ns. Ho 13 nowitin the
different parts of our coun'y.
T),..tr.:nfl 0r t-:.' iVi-'hisr B -iiji The
Wheeling apea.3lai 0:i ige wis enire?y lesrrov
e i in a hirh s'orra cf wial oa 'he 1 oth it. The
iron cables broke, aal the wha'.e gigaatie.ractare
vn TirijiTd'a's I ia'o the riror. fo
.1 7I'f To A l?os'on laly h-Vat this
time a sotnoivhat novl disji" a contirat! mo
tion of the sn ;. !. ' 'eif J ,t-n 1'.
"hou! Put ''iir k it .7M very i.).,-fc.v lota
cf'cm afiiicte I ii the sitae way. J
f&'An East Indiaa p'.per siy; the jamens car
of fujrnau has been totally Iss roed by fire.
an-1 that the pro-rie:ors nre mer-e.bn ETrief. a'-tributin-r
the aecident to the fary'ofthe Gol for
cau-ies of whieh thoy aro not 30 'nint.
lover of fou.kacsj. tralh, ar. 1 eia lor.
r'l'.r y. Anril 7. TS5t.
Both branches of the Connsctl Legisla
ture heve passed resolutions conli;itcr3- of
the Xobraska bill. The House
by IIS ysas to 57 nays. The th
resoluti ons are in thi following 1 iijo:
3. Resolved, ' That-we il3clinr fivei
purpose never to consent to the lir actml
L admission of slavery into the Uirv from
winch it wis excluded bv the act
to tlu a lmis jion of si ivj-holliag
any portion of tho same.
Ilesolved, That this Gjner333rnbly
hereby declxres. itself ready tocofito with
other States, in any l?gal and cttutional
measures which the existing crisijts con-
T. to Il'i'f'it o r ui A 'ii 'litionJ P'ne of . our ex
changes 'oils us of alizy genius his way, tvho
being asked as ho lay inning hjse'.fon the grass
what" 1? the height, of his aeition. replied:
"To inirry a ric'i tvllow that' 'ti'Ota ofyf."
ATo'c'tof te ft'tVim.- '
The licjh'ning roirel. the tender fia jhed.
Ami granny's toapot went seias'i ,'
The rain it whistled, the 1C1 ii poured.
Aa I daldy lay down ia0 corner aal snored.
E"&.M irria je bctwec"crs-ons of tbe same age is
an insti'ution of to l.-l.l"i 15.;" between an old
man an 1 a young wi'lT1 an ins'itu-ion of man.
Marri-"re between aJhl wnaaaani a voan'imn
is nn institutioa ofe devil.
JJ -r S. r: ovt tnor. i y letter of :s 2 V.h n'.t.
wis daly receive 1. A-?-t ray taaaki far your
w irra-he ir"e 1 eon vra 'il ior.s on rey nomination
a.l believe m-e hca I r isarc y.u-, tast yoarnomi
n'ltloibythe Corv?ati a . VT.i'd' have"gi7en rc
ureater p'"i.ire t'i'a ra? ora Relosaoa as tha
"s' in I ir i be ir r" o ' Wh:. :Tiy.
Year vii'vs if th? nla-fjira of nr'aclplec lt'l
do -n by the Coaveaiioa u :et ia 'orli il aioravil
and if our f. dead 3 eaamt suiteintha priueta'es em
bo lied la the "l-olnrioa. we mu forovjr desr-air
ofsacies. Wi a nnifl cil h tnioniom aj'ioa
ws must succeed. I will labor to leirve eneisss.
Wi"b yoa. I regard the Nebraska movement as
ini-jni'ous- and asdes-erv'ng the rcoaliiti-on of ev
ery lover of free ioiujid. !mirtTV. The peofl
wltl rtroaounci In thunder tones its 'condemnation,
and Presidential aspirants wi:l bear and tremble.
Hoping, to have th9 nlea-iare of sejing yoa before
tho c!o3 of the catnpai'a.
I am, dear sir, yours very truly.- '
Gen. iVm. Larimer, Jr.
of this jrritory. Its iKtuudary is three . B1V3J l ; "nd eorti il'y ar-nrOvm th
I miles len 'ii ; i's area Cvo ban Ire I ' of nomihain.g Conversion.-1 have
1 sou mik'-i anl it will fjrm twelve I wi!1 nor the 1 i rht to Hn-?.-. J -m
aeh aarge as Ohio. ; . , j meet the rcsporsibi'iiks fn'myrositi
JV'jr,Tf 1. Fef persons have rnr ilea of Ihe
ITsA rafni no." no cnetniea is seldom cood
for anythia1 He is ruido of that kind of materi
al which i- easily work j 1 that every one trios a
han l in V. A. s'eri'ng character ono who soeuks
tThat ho4'1213 s always sure to have enemies.
r5r0l"i("5' at, a-Ia'b evening' sewing-narty
reportba'rono lily mad' n- of the exdamitioK
"I thfiiht I should hav die l'.'' one hundred ahi
twcA-eiht times, and pn, the inqairv '-dil you
ev one nunirea aad thirty-seven times.
iThe ''Toronto Patriot " Prnavl,r hits :',
iSOn hi been UnUSUallv f nwiMn forlnmSerin
ir! thif o u 1. J . . . v. . .
srniir.ne iih-ill rlemond fnr tho " uu-.u nior amoiin', oi lumoor nas
' : Mn.Tnv, A-riI2t.l35t.
Jl'irSir: lour fivor of be 13th ins,, has.
been receive 1. The rumors of my coatemplatoi
w!h'lra-.val from tlxs Gubernatori il canvass, to
wliic'i you refer, are without the s'i jater fjanda
ti;m in f act. aal -eriain'y were never aatharizel
bj-m. I do not krfow their origin: .thelrdei a
i more anparent. Harinr accentel the nomfna
tion eouf'rrel. un It eirsumstniees so tlitteriii
e reso'ut Ions
tioa. ta d t a
sas'aiirthe isu-m mad i U- -tle Convntten. Tha
sale of the pub'ic wmks is a weaaie d?nndei
by every consideration of iater-rst a'u-1 nub'ic p"'i
cy. nnd ou Iit not to he prevented or delayed. Op
position t.o the Xebr vki bl'.l is tho dn'y of ' every
friead of frolom. ani the rigMa ef man. Pa'rio
isri. u ioaal honor,' natiosi-' fa'ih, and evaxy
rriociple of hama'oitj. nro'est araiait e"cc-as
mn'. of si vi a law.. Let. the ne-onle sie&k : roIii-
cins mast hear aad oHev. Truth " will triarrS,
a't'noarh -'vaub.ing am'ai.ioa may overleap iaelf."
But I will no, enlarge.-. ..' , .
-Accent ht th-vnk far. yoar. kiad ezprcsi!oa3 of
regard, and believe mo to be
' ' 1 " '' " Ycnrb, very tm!y, " -
Geo. C. Strouch. Fs-j. .
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