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IMG BIT OR WllO.Cr.
WUE5 ElCl.r, TO BE KKf T EIGHT,
WHK!f WRO.srj, TO hf. TL7 RIGHT.
i- I iriu n more periect union, cs-
tahlish justice, ensure domestic trannuility,
provide for the common defense, nromnti the
penerat welfare, and secure the blessing t of
4'. rt-"- o ourselves and our posterity." ire
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uie nag oi tne 1'copie a l'arlj.
THE PEOPLE'S STATE TICKET.
V THOMAS E. COCHRAN, of York co.
SURVEYOR RESERAL :
WILLIAM K. KEIM, of Berts co.
THE PEOPLES COUXTY TICKET.
IUCIIARD J. PROUDFOOT, of Chest.
HOWARD J. ROBKRTS, of Johnstown.
DAVID J. JONES, of Ebensburg.
IHSTRICT ATTORNEY :
JOS. II. CAMPBELL, of Ebensburg.
JJSOSJ?. X'MULLEX, of Allegheny.
lTn.lt HOUSE DIRECTOR :
JOSEPH S. STRAYER, of Richland.
- " AUDITORS !
PETER KAYLOR, Jr., of Munstcr. 3 y.
K. F. LYTLE, of Summcrhill, 2 y.
EDWIN A. YICKROY, of Yodcr.
JAMES PURSE, of -Johnstown.
.State Central Committee.
Chairman IIOX. LEVI KLINE, of Lkbaxox
I " Robert C. Smith Philadelphia.
Ponry K. Wnllace "
' ' George V. Pomcrov 44
" William 1J. Thomas" 44
James J. Lewi
J. Wilson Cowcll
Johj 11. Oliver
Jofi'u S. Richards
Kobert M. Palmer
K. H. Ranch
8. P. Chase
fr. P- Lonirstroet
William A. Williams Smethport.-
I lCush Petnken Lock Haven
- Patraiu A. Shncfler
James V,; Austin
J. Kewell Stewart
Lewis W. Hall
Titian J. CoiTcy
D. W. Shrvock
John Ilaij "
J. Heron Fostec
Thomas J. Power
2'f John S. Pomeroy
27 J. Newton Pettis
We have .sometimes been a.sked, during
the eocrse of political disputations, "what
-oar.t by the term "Democracy V
o h,ve .,,,y answcrcJ tie
m the words of tju. . ,
, i .1 ' namely tliatitis
lvnc of the three i.m! np ,
that m which thesovere. .
cd in'tho body of the tvc?11X S
alker may not be the latest
upon the subject, nevertheless he is til ?
democracy is just what he deSnes it to be;1
no more, no less. When asked, therefore',
t, givr. to the term a more extended sig
uiacaUoa," and apply it as a name to one
of the political parties of our country, we
have al ways declined to do so. When our
adversaries have sought, in our hearing,
to reJwt it in this wise, we have steadily
dented their right in the premises.
The fact is, the word Democracy cannot
be legitimately applied as a name, to any
.. . . . . ne term, it lma o
v. ... oT
in it ttational charac 'c"l
called by that name. e nown anJ
ciitzcTUra mere factum or party f its
such right, and cannot in fairness be'L'
1 ....111 -r
Known or caiica. it is unjust, therefore,
in any party to appropriate to itself the
exclusive use 'of this name. It is unjust
because by its ;L,0f many are bc; iutJ
the BuriK)rt of tlw. party without first in
Tastigating its princiPlCs, auj jj; It
is said that there is nothiru . jn a namo
Wc do not believe it. , All rcfleH nnj
must readily perceive the lnfluejice-j
thojaev mention of Democracy exerts V
on those L3 have been crushed under theVnterest3 of the Pfiripr P ne , . ,
i i i , r t Cambria Coun-
heeki ot despot power. Jlaay come to vn a political point f vjew . ut .j
this country with view to obtain their Xo bring before fr- Lu;n 1
freedom: "Heartily y;cfc 8nJ disgrutcd
with the eviLj resiJtuig fiom 3Iouarchical
gway, they seek' the benefits incident to
Democratic rule. ; Did they cast about
'thui for a lime, at thU period in their
lives, for the tarty he-, subserving Demo-
cratic principles, they w ight readily find
it. Hut unfortanatcly
themselves to be earr
uutiM. Aiucng the n .
this "land of the free," i
there is a ''Democratic'
too many suffer
jd away by tlic
V institutions of
is discovered that
party. There is
music in the word. TL r. cis a jingle about
it which lingers sweetly nj on the ear a jing
le well harmonizing wit', he hopes and de
sires of those who have 1 ecn oppressed.
Without further ado, they enlist under the
banner of the so-called J" :mocracy. Does
this make them Dtntocras? No. But.1
ticcts the rank and inert- cs the power of
the party to which they t tach themselves.
Doubtless many who havt acted thus, have
discovered after a time, the error into
which they have fallen. But the discov
ery is too late. Getting into a party, like
getting into a "scrape," is one thing; get
ting out of it, is quite another.
But, unjust as it is, there is in this
country Political Party wllic has long
since arrogated t itself tL 3 exclusive riht
to have and wear the title of "Democratic."
There is a party which has for years main
tained its organization by that name alone:
a party which has triumphed under it: a
party which exists by it. We refer to
the Loco-Foco party : a party with whom
place and power are everything, and prin
ciples nothing. But, we think the time
is at hand when the People will no longer
be humbugged by these false professions
of Democracy. They are now fully cog
nizant, that;-while in point of success,
the name of Democracy is everything to
the Loco-Foe .s, it w, so far as principles
are concerned, "a name without a sub
stance." The People are disposed, there
fore, unless we are greatly mistaken, to
consign this bogus Democracy to a well
merited oblivion. We trust it may be
uonc at the coming elections.
n uliftiiitim.l i J' . 1 .
mijuuiiiiu cuun ior ine trial oi
civil cases began on Monday last, at 10
o clock, A. 31., the Hon. George Taylor,
I'rpsU.nf nn.l 1;,.1....1 T t.
"-. luvjiaiu uones, JiiSa., as
sociate judge, being on the bench. Judge
Easly did not take his seat until Tuesday
morning. The attendance has not been
large. We subjoin a minute of the pro
-Ajr. 21f 1859. the rerl of P. R. Xoon Esq
atiditor to distribhte the money :n the hands
ot I .. A. McCoy and Georpre C. K. Zahm,
""f""" oi (i ou n .McCoy, was presented, and
Foil il (i ml nt n i-, . 1 . '
Aug. 20, 1800, the petition of EKzal.nil,
hvans, praying to be discharged as Executor
of hdward Evans, decease! -aa .i
.,,! 1..... r""'"
uu wc pemioner aischarged.
Ang. 20, 1850, the report of P. S. Xoon
Esq aud.tor, to distribute the proceeds of the
real estate of Jane Noil, was presented and
read and confirmed iiixi.
Susan Pringle vs. Murray Zahm, & Co. No.
,"lerni, 1858. Assumpsit. Au--0,
18o0, rause readied, and jury mlfcd ami
costsn' VefdiCt f0F riff' fr $230,30, with
vEx.nt..r f fol,n Glass' vs- Jl' J- Glass.
j-o, jecemrjer Term, 1858.
ior costs. Au
29, 1850. causo r-u-Toi
i"r,C"1!cd,and sworn ani veiHlict for'nir.
iwr io, uo f.
Michael Snvder vs Tl.o, .i 4
o. oO, September Term, 1858. Case &c.
i, 1850, cause reached, and jury' called
orn, and verdict for Deft.
f r - .
vicuirc Juizincrcrva. .r1,r, n, l.
13 j, December Term. 1858 n.,.,i .
Jacob Fronheispr r ti, n
ca.) Aug. 30, 18o9, continued by consent
' 18V r.jectment. Au".
,v18',,, continued at the costs of the Pltf
g. j9rRe lu,nncott & Co. v.,. Jh Fenion,
Aug. 30:''' June Term, 1858. Case, &c
Pl!!s. J turned at the costs of the
Stillsel and To- -p
R. White. No. lL;', vs. A.M. &
Assnmpyit. Aug. 30.C lerni, 1858.
ofthePlffs. col,"ued at costs
Charles O'X'eill, vs. Tobias t. ,
December Term, 1858. Eicctmcnt
1S39, continued at the costs of the Deft.'
Patrick M Conloguc vs. Jerombib ifn:-.
Xo. CI, June Term, 1853. Appeal from award"
Ang. 30, 1850, Deft, confesses judgment unon
the award of arbritrators, $ , with costs.
Rex, Kemcrer & Co. vs. Lewis Paul. So
1G4, September Term, 185;. (Judgment
opened). Aug. 30, 183U, caused reached. m.H
jury called and sworn.
Ibis case was submitted to the Jury last
evening, and the verdict is not yet returned.
Overseers of the Poor of .Summerhill Ti v
Thomas M Cough, Jr. No. or,, June T., 185?'
"v called and sworn. On trial. '
Vc win'J..ur mends.
next issue, ''Exi tllc outsilc of our
uxns at ska," which Sni".ROM Pencil
furnished ns by a ''citizen Vn.kind,J
v-otj,. au avc are assured that
Iiterar-rN. , - Vv VUCt tne
j i-idueuon3 ol the
fe,His of our
aW bw. wo liope, for this
we will receive thn on. .
w f iron-ox every true
"liosty son of thunder." ;
13, Cvniing the "melancholy dJVrf.'
readers will be highly gratified by their
perusal. Our aim is to publish a Paper,
which will not only devoto itie t k
E D I T 0 R I A L N 0 T I N G S .
Come in the month of September.
. Gone out the month of August.
. Excellent Prof. Hney's Concert.
Ended the spring season at Bedford.
BSLRcad our new advertisements.
Coming in plenty of subscribers.
Conking out several candidates for Gover
Quere Did the late frost injure the corn
and buckwheat crops in our county ?
u.rana tue Aurora Borealis on Sundar
S3, The wifeof Signor Blitz, the magician,
died recently at Brooklyn, N. Y.
l-hristy, the map. man, has finally
succeeded in taking Ebensburgh. Ourcitizens
made no resistance.
J&P Col. L. AV. Hall was in town for a few
hours on Tuesday last. He should endeavor
to remain longer next time.
EQt. Maj. Andrew Jackson Donnelson, the
American Candidate for Vice President in
185G, died recently at his home in Louisiana.
JC2?A rattle-snake, measuring four feet in
length, was killed by some boys, in Altoona,
last t riuay.
This snake evidently died with the rattles.
BiThe Standard says that a glas factory
was once talked of in llojlidaysburg, but it
ended in talk.
It ended in a gat factory, then.
"A man named Duiz drank eight gal
lons of lager beer, on a wager, at Indianapo
lis, Indiana, last Y ednesday. Pittsburgh Post.
This man should change his name to Gutz.
fcjsj- its t.nn-i.stic nmg we take to be
mere wit nothing more.'' ITnltiil-ti-ci.uf
In wit there is sometimes wisdom.
II. C. Devine, Esq., Chairman of the
Loco-Foco County Committee, has issued an
address to the faithful.
Stale, flat and unprofitable.
Ihc new Custom House, at Chicago
will cost four hundred and fifty thousand dol
It will require a good run of custom to pay
V 'f- T
i... o. caniwcll, Ksq., of Kittanning.
and John L. Cuttle, Esq., of Clearfield, have
been in attendance at our Court during the
present week. They are both clever men,
and good fellows.
ESL- The late Col. Thorn, of New York
i .1 i '
..t-.jucaiuca over one million dollars to his
relatives, leaving nothing to any literary,
cnaritaiiie or other public institution.
1 T .
ins relatives Have no reason to consider
that the Col. was a Thorn in their sides.
Btt, The Harrisburg papers say, that the
apple trees in Dauphin County are everywhere
loaded with delicious fruit.
We wot of some apple trees in this section
of country, that we should like to see even
ES, The City Councils of Pittsburgh have
granted the right of way to the Pittsburgh
and Biinningham "Passenger Hail way Company,
and also to the Pittsburgh and East Libertv
v-uiuiuj iur iuc construction of their roads
through the streets of the city.
S?" 4iThe President of the State Agricul
tural fcocicty has appointed Win.
Esq., of this plate, a member of the Commit
tee on Hereford Hulls and Cows." Hollidays-
Wc consider this a bully appointment.
BV.. On Monday last, there were some
cooking apples brought to town, and sold at
the round price of one dollar and fifty cents
Our friend Bitters considered the price too
steep, and did not therefore suffer himself to
Bgi. A wag asked us the other day. why
Joseph II. Campbell, Esq.. the Pconl.,' cm-
didate for District Attonicj-, would be Ante
meridian on the second Tuesday of October
xuc only answer wc could irivc him w.
t. iampiieu would (be) be-forc Xoon.
bxuK ioco-toco C onference for this
Senatorial District was held at Tyrone, on
-.ursuay, ,,,e 25 ultimo. Augustin Durbin
-sq., received the nomination on the 221st
-h,h. umima'3 claims have oucc been
irSf6 notiUat the prospects of the
ing m.- Curt!n' of Cent county, are grow-
with thexg"tterine ev"Tdy, in connection
gt.. . Ju"h connection
the People's fHO"ft nomination in 18G0,by
T triM ..;.wl Pennsylvania.
fa.tv o uv
urtin. " ' oj uoist tlie
.. -ii n nnii .... i. f . i
house of thebridois father, by, 25' at
to Miss JIary Jane Stifller, of Franks tow1,. Tl"'
both of Blair county. . T-
We,in connection with our better half, had a
delightful time. Blair Co. IHiig.
Can the bride and groom say as much ?
JS?" The Altoona Tribune informs us, that,
with Calvin and Cresswell as candidates in
the next gubernatorial contest, the People
wou( llATC a ooJ governor no matter which
t-V. "m! out a-head.
Hitters u ;
o,,-- cs t0 know how it would be,
supposing one or . .... . ,, '
cit a feet candidates should come
t i ioune tit
"Lusresuuingtronithcnse of eami-heno ...a
requests that a law be passed prohibitum the
sale and manufacture of that article.
- Would it not be better, neighbor, to legis
late first against the manufacture, saleand
ve of gunpowder and bad whiskev ? It u
currently reported that quite a number of
deaths result from those article
A lliuiAD Cm ncir. A corivsix.mknt
of the New York Eivulna 7W over the
signature of "Whoop," speaking of the
"liroad Lhurch movement. :iys th
meaning of those words are literal, re-
iernng to a proposed and secnuni neces
fary expansion ot church edifices and
pews ; the pews now-a-days accommodate
nve persons to wit: a man, his wife, and
llircc children is all
man is entitled to, because if he has any
can v uikc mem to cnurcn. it is
to be observed that these pews arc made
or boards, which have no expansive quah
ty ; they are as "fixed" in that particular
as the celebrated "northern stir" of Julius
Ca?sar s day,
1 i ! , 1
iuw, ttiiai is inceviioi wiucn so many
men complain, and which no man .I:.
manfully to meet ? What has made our
lurciies so narrow, whiltv iinumr tliir
.. .-w- ..w..,., '
are jusi as wiac as tney ever were J Men
and women being instrinsically the same
wny nas a liroad Church become lude
rp w . -
j.nc answer is easy: JIxns have done
this deed : hoops surmounted by petti-
coats. Three women now fill a pew which
is still large enough for five men. The
consefjuence is that the pew no longer
accommouates tne lannlv,aii(I tnat, there-
tore, our churches must be made broader.
Nevertheless, there is an alternative, and
as the matter of moving the walls and
picceing out the pews of the church would
always be expensive ami frconntlv im.
. j - i j
practible : iur instance, where there is no
ground for sale on either side of the
church, the alternative may bo worth
considering. Suppose a petticoat made
double, of some air-tight material, and
the inside commanded by a flexible tube,
ending with a screw shut off, and lonf'
enough to be brought to the lady's moutli.
nnen tne lady has otherwise finished
her toilet she blows herself up to any
desiroj extent, and so marches to church.
The i..on.t he reaches the head of her
own aisle she unscrews and lets the wind
out ; and by the UUie 8l,e js ?0ated in her
pew, her expansivenesq has shrunk to her
frightful dimensions. f l,-: i.
pew, after the service is over b..
only to forego the pleasure of whispering
to her friends as she passes up (or down)
the aisle, and to apply her mouth to the
tube. iy the time she is at the church
door she is all right again.
A ith due deference to Dr. Bellows, and
the Westminster I!eview, this alternative
is preferable to the dustv. oxnonsivi. to.
dious and often impossible process of mil
ling down the walls of our churches and
making the pews longer.
JSTAix Iolr Own Town. Tt is th.
policy of the people in every community
to sust;iin their own town by encouraging
oome inuustry. v e Ircouent v hear sotha
of our citizens say that the next time they
go to Philadelphia, or Baltimore, or New
aorK, tney intend purchasing certain ar-
11 . . . . --
ucies. Sometimes it is but.
carriage, household furniture, or some-
nuug i .at can ue manutactured just as
goou at nomc. 1 tiese persons are -v.irr.-il
ly engaged in a different branch of Lazi
ness in our town, relying upon the public
for support. Now. we desire tn snv n W
plain words to all such short-sighted trades
men. Suppose '- customers should sun.
n. . . . . . . ... '
pijr uieir wants in tne large cities, if there
was a possibility or saving a few cents t
a risk of being badlv cheated With in in
lenor article t You would soon be ol.H.r.
cd to close up and leave the place, would
w.n rnl? :.l.t .1- - '
j.-u 4l luls Miiciuai P011C3 is pursu-
w .uijr caicul, it soon settles the fate of
any town or community, for its enterprise
nd prosperity is dependent m,m tb
prosperity is dependent upon the
tiauu n can sustain within it-
seit, and all that is drawn away from it is
iikc latcing tne lite b!oxl from the hin,,n
iramc it weakens its energii
quently impairs the growth
. t - I
it weakens if fm,.r D .....1 1
, un.j cuiisu-
ever siriniK v I. ....... K ii- tc
k....UUo.j ijiwulll Ul 1111S i IT Vflll
a,L A '"cicnani, you cannot exject to dis
pose of your merchandize to your fellow
tradesmen unless you deal with them in
return. A e have always made it an in
flexible rule, never to purchase away, that
which we could buy at home, and "solely
..r.. .1.11 1 . . '. . J
upon uic uonar and cent pnncmle. know-
ing that by patronizing home industry and was given by the Emperor to the princi
cutcrprise, wc are almost certain of return- pal chiefs of the army. At the close of
ing the niouey to our pocket, when other
wise it would go to the benefit of a for
eign community.- The protecting and
SUstaininS home industry, is productive of
1C SilIU results tlie world over, whether
lU ITitioii is directed to a nation or
X'i.ATU OP AV iiitiot t, .
.... a t li
L.1 . . v uaricston papers announce
the death of John Mako Smith, wh i
"ear tu completion of his seventy-ninth
" vimuersays: Jo his ieiw-;i
Lamp of Mari.-m " ..i
g the two battle pieces of Xew
and Eutaw. whieh v . ,
... tum oilier puce;
prest- m Columbi.,, aud
author. Vi ie St:te by their patriotic
President Jaciicr Vlcc.c ws rrescnte.1 to
the products o?uW'llt,lOKe exceptions
1 " l - XVhitrt'tj :t "
ained in his possess1"16 8 Pencil Ve
Idicted to the nut.T". JIe was early
Iieve, the first native of this cr' ,Wo b-
duced a play for the OhariesU?,,0
Un. M-vf-y. :.. ..ii xt .. i " -theatre.
He wrote in all thrafi id,, .Heatre-Pr
produced . on this ta0 in h fl... '
1 - l'"'J.i IV II 11-Fl Y
. ' -'wi wei
ri:l ff in tl, n ...
flava Pil, IIOM Tl . "OUriSlU
j mo Aucatre.
SO-Gen. Walker gives notice that all
b wi.h to join his next expedition to
icarasua. im-t u :.. l ""on to
uil, must he in V. ai
w a.. . 1 I t F T I 1 1 I -l . . ..
fSTMr. Alfred Tennyson itiss-.il
contemp ates a tour in V&
during the coming autumn.
Tlie Latest Xcws by T'I-giai!i.
LATER FROM EUROPE.
AUKIVAL OF TIIE STEAMER INDIAN.
l ARTHEIt I'oiNT, Aumst 29. Cmid-
night.) Steamship Indian, from Liver
pool, with dates tfj the 17th instant, has
a pa-ssca this iKint on her way to Quebec.
The steamers liornssia and North Trit
on had arrived at Liverpool.
xt Zurich, on the lfnh instant, a cnn.
ierence between the Austriau and French
I'lenipotentiarieh tKk uhwe. Wi
1 ni i n T
nours. xne l ierknotentiar es hl.l nn
iormal sitting on thvlf.th and Kit J. l..,f
I !.. '
were cnageu in icstivrut. -
I 1 It.vxct. fhe linlit.-irv - t
the entry f Napoleon, proveit.. 1- -. f,.
irrana aff:iir. Tli trnm uwo i- i -
grand affair. The troops were Vended by
the Emperor, and the display inatV Was
most imposing, lhe J-jinperor han fri-m.
ted full amnesty to all political offender.
A Te Drum took place in l'aris on the
I t - i . .
iotn m lienor ot the M:
The accounts from the vineyards arc
The Paris correspondence of the DaHii
"cs asserts that the Zurich Conference
is at a dead lock.
The Emperor Napoleon exhibited symp-
tonis oi aniioj'ance at the conduct of the
Court of Vienna, and recent articles in the
1 aris journals, in praise of Kossuth and
tjaribaldi, are attributed to this feeling.
J he grand military spectacle which had
been prohibited in the l'aris theatres, out of
consideration for Austria, has been per
mitled to re-appear.
Avstria. Ihe Miuiffrial Journal of
Vienna insists very- strongly on the stipu
lations at lilatranca beinir carricfl tint at
The ministerial crisis is not yet over.
Italy. The rumored Ked:Kepublican
movement iu Parma is contradicted.
CJaribaldi has accepted the command of
all the lorces in Central Italy.
Pkussia. The death of the Kin" of
Prussia was looked for hourly. All the
Princes and Ministers had been recalled.
No attempt was made to conceal from tin.
public the near approach of his death.
Otetiec, August 20 The steamship In-
n, m reiilv to n i-,ii,.wi;l.
..:.i . i
.-... express desire ot the (Jfv-
ernment to encourage the formation' of ri
fle and artillery corps.
The nomination of Charles Lenox White,
as Knvoy Extraordinary to Central Amer
ica, and the rumored cession of the Terri
tory in Honduras to Great JJritain, has giv
en rise to the impression that the English
Government was sccfein.r tr trrv,i,,tb,.. ;
position in that quarter?
Mr llham, Gore Ousley is about to Ik;
The arrangements for the great cricket
match in America, ietween' the picke-1
players of both countries have been com
pleted. The English nhivprs l...x-
gland for America on the 7th of
Me i .
Captain PemLcr. of the si
had been arrested for shooting dead a se:J
man nameil .l.,bt. Am.. i 1
The latest l.v t4b,.,r..,.l. vJ,
from Tj"Tti?rii "
Jiiverpool is to the 7th.
- - ' .v-..... 'i I I
A proposition haslieen nuvde on behalf
of 3Ir.Lever to charter the steamship
Great Eastern, for a voyage out and home
ironi Great liritain to America. Twenty
thousand pounds arc offereH.
FttAXCE. The tmiTt;...,!
v ."4ivi will Vlltl V l!itl
..c . . J
' t'i iuu army oi Italy on the l-lth
1'..-.-va on will! "Teat er- ;tt. Tl..-.
) r- xni: Ollffl
ere crowded to excess; all ihe public;
buildings and many private residences
were uecorated, and the illuminations ii
the evening were on the grandest seal
The Emperor is said to 1i:it-.. been eoll
ly received iu the more democratic char
ters of Pari.
l)n Sundav oronw... .......l
tne Panrjuet the Lniiieror made a speech.
;iil i;.ir;i. . ii i. ii i
....v. u.li,UUUjU mt'uais to an wuo were cii-
aged in the Italian campaini. On the
day ot the fete the Emperor pardoned uji-
wums or eleven Hundred persons who had
been sentenced to imprisonment for the
commission of various crimes.
The Mtnifcur states that the Emperor
has decided on retaining, for the present,
an army of fifty thousand men in Lci
bardy. It is reported that the French Govern
ment has addressed a desn" to l'ie
Great lVwers, declaring tlf l'F;lnee will
not assist the self-e!eetet-:'r",cos t return
to their dominifuts blorec ,,or v'iH she
permit Austria o-nj other IViwcr to af
ford them miiry aid for that purpose.
The t le'-inMS at lodcna have been fol
lowed b- admirable order.
DATII F M itf T
TU, M,ddlobor.i' ( ass.) Gazette gives the
tieiilars of a painful death of a boy in
Ifin "r t!"' ,n lTnCCof bIte on the
yungtrlrom a turtle: tlie-r..
... 1 . . . '.
M""5.11 .vtnThobia. Not l,,,,,, nn tb.
i i i - ""j'kjius wcreine
tutetiio ai ... . ,
ed on the other h im! l x r
i i i - , 1K,na nd paroxVvV21-101
...c u, in wiucn the sufferer woJ mP
and bite at whatever came ; h; Jy alter
the manner of a turtle.
E??, Within five yen r T,..v.... fbere
have been ercctofl "twt,- I'lred
school-houses. -at. n l "feven
hundred thousand dollars. .
4l.an,fr,,m Liverpool on the 17th instant, Wjai'this in your own name, as wan
Cnf i 5 " r"rt i8 "TVT in tin-name o'Oc-asiona!,") that tlU f
aid iu the HTA,XT ;Vrd J"hn R,KScll- Mc.i that Uarr feWd .cbaupc the poli.-
delh. r - f tl l""SCo1. '""."ns, pri.tr t lf hL er, ins;da..usly wna himse'V
,v een speech, that Mr. intt) L.udcnce of Mr. L'uchamu.016
, ce Lad . been fcntlo iVk.n with a view, frlcnA rilIipIv to Saj out his most v."!
to the ratihca ion of the treaty with China ! I neravu polntlf :;ttatk, aisd thc
jj-rm i .tiiiiersuiii. in rrt - n , .:.. i.i,:... :.. 1 . ... ,i
i 4-.t i ' .at-
One of the best editor iC. r .
"""" niuinumr uoast or
most bnlliaRt writers .,f u j..
rw. . i-
cooper iu AU-rdcen. ()iie flf tj -' ?"
of tlifi Tj,t1,,t n..:.. t. .
m Llgin; perhaps one of -the best -ters
of the Time w.- '
Kdinburg ; the editor of the Jilt
a stone unison,
ters in Ixiid.4i
OllO lif tin. ..11. .
lI tin. .,.!..
terS ill lAtltib.n w...s - VI... I. .
... . aiucsx tv",
dee ; another was a watchmaker
, " "" " "'cKsnnth in hi
u.-y ... iniyaic. ine principal 0f ,
London 3Iissionary Society's
l-v-.- : 11
in...- ivong,5 was a saddler in Hni,t.
IT If i ...
m.c- w ine ucsi missionaries that ever
inuia was a soldier in Kmtl.
ic: ( ill" ni.-if-ninf-ir. r.n i, t .. t
uiachinoit von tl;
Uirjlllll-ll.-ilii 11 ?nln.--i- -;,v !- n...
was a mechanic iu (Jlasgow ; ami peri
the very richest iron founder in KiH "'t -was
a working awn in Moray. ,;r j "V
IIAAIt ..I....... ..... . . '
rt " i.)..) B r.
S-Ht in RaniL Joseph Hume wa.-. -hrft,
tbea a labmr at tlw uiortar and T ' ".
tie m-tftrw ; M'dregor, tic me; '-
W in Kossh:re ; AViW, the iue.uk E-'j
A cstbury, waa plowuiau i Ilablin-fc
and Anderson, t4c member frtJlll HfoLZ
earne.1 hts bread K- ,hc SKe.-0-in
the Ultima Thule. TlicsTe
ever, spent their leisure hours i 'aa 25
ring useful knowledge: AmcriCan ,
life is full of such examples. With rt f
lution, economy of tnne, perseverance 1
an upriglit life, i.youig luau n r
...... . . i ........ .. ' -.m
spair of success.
teJ' "Oceasifvul," of the Philadc.',
' v w, says : Mvr all, let me do in
to IJarr, of thcPittsbur-- W. 1 v
reason to bcbVe that the President LB1U
taken it inti lis head that IJarr is letT
most vindictive enemy. anl that tic rom
tie which aj-ared in the J,f, BHiii:,to,
ting him for nc Presidency, was it.n-nJ
as a person.! insult. If so. it wa-. t -
most premeditated revenge I b.iv, v." ?
heard of. 'jlie fact is, I was not prepanpf
for such an M-t of cunning, and atr.H.i.,v-,
pcrsevcraiiffe in seeking veiigeaie-e; :m,flu
. - d iu uuinc
-niiii in ins paper, was a species ot n tu
tionl difi not I dieve him capable of. nd
orit'i tu1i tf.iw.--- -..-i'f-J. -l.:.l, i 1?,. .1...J
y.j. . . .t ..I.... jiiui -til. jt.seiivt 'ytC
acknowledges his .vrVs, rcndi.ds me '
scene in one of the Italian d"anias, wi iiTC
the poisoner is forced to drink olitolv tOQ'
the hc-dth of Lis intended- .victim, iitf t
the very chalice he has prepared for llev
destruction. l7Vc hi Burr. D
A little cool the weatlicr just nv
-. - -m j riv
r" ta-. . . i - ..
' ". t'liiiurs anu .wanagers oi Itie Canil- I f
X County Agricultural Sue lew are-rt-nu.j
ted U meet at the oHice of theSet ret.irv, tein
the l'.irough of Ebensburg, at oie o'tl ick. '-"
M.,f.n Saturday, the loth day f Stpt.-niV J 11
M persons desirous of procurng stanils frfc
IU lreshments, it-., shoubl make IpVlicition-uld.
tht Secretary before said day. r!
Hy order of the President
PillL. S. XH1.V, Sec'v'xnA
, Ebensburg, Sept. 1, 185. "
TFlhe subscriber will lease fori term of rci
L ' THE PEXSACOLA MIU PilOPEUT. 'elJ
with l.ooo acres of land a.ljauinir, heav bus
timbered 3(1 acres surroimdi g the mill f-.-.i
cleared, and under a high statt of cultivatil
Also. Blacksmiths' shops, Tucks, Ac. '. S
Mill has one of Page' Circula Saws in ittQ
well as an upright saw, and t'rrc small cir
lars for lath, Arc., and is enpabe of makint UTCi
10,000 FEET OFLU-MiiHl lEIl D.Ueaj
The above described valuaile property
be leased on favorable terms. Possession
en at any time. Addre tuL
LLOVn .fc HILL, .lollidarsburj IT
Or WM. II. Garpxeb, Eiq., Uilmort.V' ,
September 1, lsi!:tf. fuCil
HAVING purchased ;he entire sioJfl
and fixtures of the Ehenbiir Foun.irj
the subscriber is prepared to fu11" larmt
and others with - k
pl o u a n s, p l o raff Por.T
S TO v i: S. nr i r r I R O -V .
THRESHING M-CIIIXES, rh
and castings if any kir- tlat may be netil N
in the community. The
Py strict attenti-" trt tlie business of tic."
coiu-ern, he hopt- to merit, and trusts lie TlThe
receive, a libe' patronage from those
want of arti- s in "is line.
All business done at the Foundry. 1 1
EDWAULl GLASS.' l.t
Sep.ember 1, 1859-tf.
Aew Tailoring INtabllKlntKiit. 5
r""he undersigned respectfully inf..riis
JL the citizens of Ebtusbursr and viriniir 1
that lie has opened a Tailoring est:llishmi
nest door to Dr. 15unn s I'rug store, -nlier? -j
(Fn...iri ij iii.uiui;uiurf garmeilis ti. ln',
latest style and most ctunjilcte workni.-uliil f-l
He hopes by strict attention to Im.-im-ss t-
merit aud receive a share of patronaire. 2,"
THOMAS DKVl-"r '
Ebensburg, Sept. L, tS."::lv. "
: : " .
J. V. HOnXISH. HILl lly r,.. ?'
TTOKMSv FI'LTOX A tt hi n k vs
AT liSr rvt-fiM.i. luwa
li. Levvi Fl. .
JacobJey. (Jrnsburg, William Ilop'.i )
kill5 Washington, I a. sep. 1 ,1 85y.tf ;
yt JAM KS DOfl.'IlEKT V, wIT,i
! X J.S.SUKVi:it,
- -V l-ilt!,!reet, above Market.
Alan AT..' .
H iom.ic ;5?f,Lf nd Imwr
. A isel'.l. 18.Vi.lt:
Aug. -V;V-i , U' "AUXESS. l.v
i'i: W (mi it... ...
larr wjls sintere. 1 now be", tbus xu
v. '' -.,
- -r 1.
, ..c. .