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DEMOCRiT JXD SEMIXEL
WSL. B. SI?""3, Editor aai rvoprietsr.
Printed for tlie ?rcf rlctor l)y R.LIltlngfr
Ebensburg:, FrlAviy, Xov. -S, 1S."s3.
V. B. PALMKP.. tbe American
iU'Kifnr i r
Agent, is the cn'i c.uthcr'.2-! AtrnH for
U U T T o ,.f nwtAn Nl-a: Yin '.' r.r.il t'L
and is duly empowered to tako a lvert; i(ii;or.u i:.c !
subscription at tbj i'8tC3 required by us. Jiis re- I
oeipts will te regai-ded as pirni's- His oHieep
une Buildings ; Philadelpmu, V.
and Chestnut '9.
'Subject to the decision of the Democratic Convention. j
Ry ttA PittsLur Union -.!.u inatGcn. Gtoact
W. Eowmu, EJitor of the Pelon! Gitc.'!:, has been
appointed Adjutant General, by his Excellency, Gov.
Bioleb, in place of Gen. Juxm KtixiM, resigned.
It will be rcrrcmberc 1 that Gen. Cowxis held this
cCice during the Mexican War, ar,J made an ubie
and eflicicnt oltcer.
We have rarely been called upon to chronicle ftc
PKintment which a-Tuided ua so much real plcisure
ns this one. Of the General's devotion to the cause
of Democracy we need not speak his po'.itical lite
need, no endorsers. As a citir.en and as a gentleman
we know him, and unhesitatingly say that his superi
or is not to be found in the Commctiwcjlth. We
:hopc he may Cud his official career j.Ieiai:t, and tnke
this occasion to most respectfully "tip our beaver."
Clerk of the Senate.
In the list Hollidaysburtj Standard vvs see the name
of Thomas A. Maocius, Esq , of that place, named
in onnection w i:h this otHce. The ' united v isdotn"
of the Commonweal th could not hclcct a mre com
petent person or a more deserving Democrat for this
responsible office, and his election would be hailed
with deliyht by the Democrats of this Senatorial Dis
trict. If & faithful end successful durharge of duly can
ectide the members of a party to the gratitude of
iheir co-laborers, the members of the Democratic par
ty of this District are entitled to it. In the face of a
large Whig majority they went to work in the late
toritcet for State Senator, and they came out of it vic
torious. They sedected a reliable and compettr.t De
mocrat for Senator, and now they can, with reason,
claim their rw?trd.
Post Master General.
JuJte Campbell has alrc.idy won golden opinion.
in the discharge of the onerous duties of tuc I citOi-
fice Department. His indefatigable labors and unprs-
cedentcd despatch have elicited the highest prahe
from the press in different St.ites. The President
could not have called to the pustone who woulJ hive
made a more efficient, more popular officer. The
Washington Star, in pcakir;g of his career thiu far,
" lie has already become the life and soul of hi
department ; laboring like a mole, yet der-pa'ching
ss w ith en apparent thorough" appreciation of
i points of each case, great cr .small coming te-
lore iiiiu, which eeins to us wondcr.ul. w hon we con
eider the number, diversity, importance an:l complex
ity of the matters which he daily adjudicates. Kvery
day and ever) hour, lor year and ye;irs past, have in
creased the duties ant! responsibilities ot the I'ost Oi-
nce Uepar'iment, until now us attairs are cc'.rn! to
thoseol iio other brunch of the Government in irnpor
tance and com idieation. Amauof les? thin the very
urai u.ncr o; ui;,inii.. u : ..i-(;iiii-.-i ,s ail.l caliT". V :-.-
hard vvori; v. o.i'ul break d j-.vu
ScBietLlttjr fcr the I'larvcIIocf?.
It is Btraiige how wme 1110:1 are t:nlowed with the j
gift of prophecy. If we remember aright, (and we I
think we do.) some were found in 1S1 1. who openly .
predicted tint there would not be a " grease sp-it " o:
the Democratic pirty and its ' third-rate " c.in.KJ.ite
for President loft after the election c; 'hat year. 0::r i
readers can lememl-ev how near the result fulf.UeJ
pret'.iction. hi 1sC-2 the mouths of the lirr.pheu were
nain opened, and we w ere told that .Scott
knocic I'itacE into a " c.-cki-J-liat." That trJic
Jike Kory O .-tore's dreams, " went bv contrarvs.
ta "cocked-ha? " wan fo-aoJ nn tiie oti.cr le ai";
the election. . An ! now, last and least, anorhr
phct hath rpoken. Heir him:
announce in-.Foit as tr.e .Native An.frr.-i c
ing to Whin-on. " On lllrri.ba - n v eee- '
Il.tl.fiir (nlVP.l'nr ni tl .1 i.,.. 1 C r t
fieJ. IMMcinvMrvir.,.rn,r" i
... au.i.i. i:ia.i:kt-i i: :::.:y o '. era:
American Associations :n every couatv in
iwill eiw !oa:n Dute.i Cor them sre micj- .a
Hrc:K-4ii uo tpeiic notu.i4 b-rt Dutch
year 1 rtceiv e 0 ",'j ) eo;e
ill tiie .ta:.'. llllil i:l r'lrii..
years irom t.lat time I will be eieo-ed the Native
American ejovernor. Itest assured ci" this.'"
Reader, .11 this was said by Lewis C. Lethc, Kq.,
c! I tiiiado.n'uia. erily, tliis Utile Levin would Ltvin
etranger e-hall not enter theicin. Truly may
claim, great ii thy vv Udom, O Lewis,! anj wonderful ;
fey" flic editor of the Mountain
entb-.irir. is riT:if.i rlifcri1-..! .-1. nnr 1.
tin Seniind, at Lb- j
late County Knir. j
1 . !!-. vumiLi o.
r , J. ' ' lfee oar,n down and! t'here, may be ivcarded as the most he- Ibv ' 1-t U-uvz Jt, -1 -i -T. . V - - t he part of the Government cf his Majesty the I
iu.ld.ntf up cf r,,,-,.-s his m!r foretell,. The hmd period cf the j ear. j tite ?' r , " S;VrVH:S to thu -,'t I Suban. It must U, .-emaiked, however' that
to bc 'ven to aim as an inheritance, and to all Na- i diseases are most prevalent in the fall, winter. 1 f,,.rwl 'i '"V h -?t , thc ,t"m'vba,'on l"-vo still before our eves a strife of reli-
tive Americans who how down nd worship him.- ! -nd spring This is sufdciently accounteel for f 11, ,ious priv5!c.es raisCll , j, wh;, "els o
Thegste, of the Republic are to be closed ,!., ,U b K7.H.L C". fanMtmns ol the weather, from j Boston Tuna. I base its elnfuw m L,' .. m ' " .t ! !
... iico.i.i, cvxriiiiy. nave eeen-coverntvt more by j rheumatism, Ac, are annually to he nmt with
jealous,,, th in other moiivcs. Let tl.e people of Can:- 1 upon the recurrence of cold, r a moist 'ainms
t.? "Pk fcet!er Mr .f-'-1-9. "'fy v.ill phere. Phthisis pulnioualis does not occur so
tW.Tr cV-! 3 j-n-ly as uiigat I. supped from the wia-
. ,, - luenes., ot the climate, and the cutaneous fune-
A mistaVe, Major quite a mistake. As to being j tion being so liable to sudden and freouent inter-
displeased "with your Fair, we never thoiseht cf i ruptions or variations of activity. However,
6uch a thing. In fect vve saw no sir except " thi-f j ca.es are met with, the progress of the dis-
11:.. 1: : 1.1, , ...
other kind ' ofair, and we rive our wo.d, as an cii-1
tor, that we were anything else than displeased at tne
Oispiay. And you say, too. that we are "jiali-us!"
We'd, we must say that Ma.'i " running it into the
1 II T t m ..
b.uu.ei jcaious: vv lilt could wc he edous .-,f t
Why, Mor, we have as god land, as good stock W' an,i Se'nerally most prevalent during the lat
eood form. .,. . r. :.. ' i ! ar.1 1,1 lhe w"er season. In somc seasons
good .arms and as ee? ft,.,,, ;nr,mv,u I
vein Blair. Ar.,1 RTr S.Z l
..;,kmn,- , ...b..o u.iaiiis.
D " Umber on there -clearer streams, with
more trout in ev, , r . . .
larger loresrs, contamin? more
game-and better ,,d faarhoms than coun
rn t a mc r-. .1 1. , . . 1 ...
o make us jealous? -
ot worth noucinff. lloww, we win MV ta. :
I'lronnnn I, U... ...... -' "IJ,,JIJ
,v wiireini -oiichcnve c-vr
"i.in oe rae ealiof r-mule Han
Revert cf tho Cambria Couaty Eledical
I tu presenting this, their jirsi report to me
Medical Society of the State of Pennsylvania, tlie
Committee to whom its preparation was intrust
ed, deem it but proper to state that the Cambria
County Medicial Society is as yet in its infancy.
In responding to the sueirestions of the State So-
i cietv, several of the physicians of the county met
; at the cilice of Dr. Win. A. Smith, in the borough
'! of Lbensbtirz. on the Stb day of July, 1? 51 , and
adopted the necessary preliminary measures tor 1 epidemic, end to assume an mnammatory char-f..riiiiiio-a
(.V.untv Sueietv. which was linally or- acter. Purine the i.at vtar, several cases
i ganized on the -i'th day of August, 1851, by the I
I election cf the following cfiicers : j
President Dr. Win. A. Smith.
Corresponding Secretary L)r. Campbcil SLxri-
according Secretary Dr. Da id v . Lew is.
Treasurer Dr. John Lowuisn.
Since that period, the meetings ef the Society
have bccnregularly held alterLattly at LI euabnrg
and Joh-nstown, and much interest eviiiced by the
members in its proceedings. 'I he meetings cf
the Society arc held semi-annually on the second
Tuesday of February and August," at which rit
teu or oral communications arc required and d:s-
j bers, located in dillerent sections cf the comity,
j and all maintain the most friendly relations with
each other ; whilst, at the same time, the leueiits
I to be derived from the association in promoting
j professional or scientitic objects, or social intei
j course, rsre already beginning to be felt. The
otiicers tor the present year are:
President Pit. JOHN LOWMAN.
"fdTi'S'ecre.'oT Pk. Vvm. A. Smith.
Delegate to the American M-dical Association,
1853 Dr. John- Lowma.v.
Delegate to the State Society, LS."3 Diss. Jcnx
Lowmax and James C. How.
The Treasurer was directed to pay the sura cf
five dollars, being the quota asse ssed upon the
Society towards defraying the expe:ies fur prin
ting the 2Va-isac.'iou of the S ato Society for
Cambria County is bounded en the cast by the
Allegheny Mountain, cm the west by the Laurel
Hill, which latter becomes depressed and broken
as it passes northward ; on the north by Clear
field County, and on the south by Somerset
County. It" occupies one of the most elevated
rcpions cf the State: the western declivity of the
Allegheny Iv.-ing very gradual, not exceeding that j
of ordinary hills, and demonstrating the exist
ence of a broad, elevated table land between the
Allegheny mountain and the subordinate range
of Laurel Hill. Its length from north to south
is about 35 miles, and its breadth from east to
west PJ ; area G70 square miles, and population
about 20,0u0. The lace of the country is much
broken, and the numerous springs of pure crys
tal water w hich push from tho hills in every
direction, would not only impress the beholder
ivifV, f h i,iBn 01 l.nin-. ;.."! t-iii.Krir.no f,r;,.n l ot
-i c 11 1 i '
aiso 01 a wen watereu country.
Ebensburg, the seat of justice, is located near
the centre of the county, and the streams north
of the town form numerous tributaries to the
Clearfield autl Chess Creeks which run in a nor
thern direction to the West Pranch of the Sus
quehanna, w hich also rises in the north part of
the county, and w hose waters are fiually emptied
into the Atlantic Ocean. On the other hand,
the two branches of the Conemaugh and Pain.
Creeks drain the mountains and sout-hern tart
of the county, and break through the Laurel Hill J
below Johnstown to send their waters to theGulf
of Mexico. The Placklick Creek, after running
C0UIlt Vi al:j0 b. taks througrihc Laurel Hill and
in a western ttire-ction through tlie centre of the
empties into the Couemaugh In-low Plairsville, in
I Indiana County, but no stream passes the great
barrier on the east
The Allegheny Mountain is the bounelary be
tween the great secondary coal formation of the
West, and tlie oaf .secondary strata of the south
eastern Counties. Coal and iron have been found
to exist in great abundance in the deep and wild
valley of the Coneinaugh, also upon the Plack
lick ; and other seams of coal and iron are expo-
sad on the northern waters of the county. The
i Alleghany Portage Railroad and l'eiinsylvania
i tailroatt traverse tl
the southern i art of thecoun-
tv along the valley of the Coiinautrh, in a eli-
rectiou from nortli cast to south-west ; and along
which a very large portion is engaged in mining
coal, lumberimr, etc. At the- termination of the-
I'ortage Ite.a.1, and near the cutlucnce of Steny
, l.reek with the Conemai.h, is siiuateei the town i
of Johnstown, containing" a population of about
:j,(L(J persons, which is also sunounded bv se-ve- I
i.n J l-i,...-i nvi 1 1 -i n 1 1 . i , ! .. In ft
:a irou li.anui.ictoiie-s.
.. -n M1 " " P"lliVU'T
jing. Some portions of the county are.ia a li;.e
! s;a!.e of cuitivu:ion ; in o-hers. the "clearings"
j are of a recent date, v hilr.t the rei.uthiuer iscov
i ered wi:h a fore.'. t of heavy timber, oc-n.si.-.linir of
spruce, heu.loc.c, beech, wild cherry, chestnut,
while oak, ash, maple, ic, c, with an uiider-
gro-a in oi laurel aiong the &u eans
iiic soil is 01 a cold nature, and better adapted tioveniment will seldom he brought out, and al
to tne raising cf potatoes, e ats, and sra-intr crons 1 .1 1. .i. .....-:,: ... .1 . .
: t-t-iu-:a!!-.-. than I ! in -,.',!.,.., l. i..
1 rr , . - .-...ii , i.iii..'ii:i ili 1 111: lioilil-
ern art el the count v. some vt-rv lhu- ivln.-i ; u. !
Uc;i raised. Ihe sroutv er bcirrv nattii-t- ot -.bi. :
chari fm 2 t0 50 will frequently I
'-'rCUl, anu consequent ly t.e productive ef much :
";- . .... . . ;
ejremrion is about three weeks later than the !
Ve-tation is about three wee ks later than the-
! east of the Alleghany, cr west of (he Laurel
. Ifill ; but the constant .succession of showers,
succeeding the breaking up of inter, brings o.-i
vegetation very raj idiy, and the cool and refresh
ing breezes which ci ns au'ly play upon the-summit
of the hills during tlie heat of summer, ren
der the season net only a delihtfi:l o;u' V.oi
.arm. at 1 !iou.
Dcnotls. and the i:ms-aw fTivioin. -in.t ,.r
care on the part of the la'borm" r.onuhition. The
I complaints most prevalent, are generally cf an
iniiaaimatory cnaracter, and elo not reepiire much
notice. All the anginose affections, catarrhs,
tracheitis, bronchitis, ph-uritis, pncumonia,acute
i . n - .. -
, , , lcr?!,,,alw "as generally Ucn
iifif.rif.d til riA -i ri-if
Ut the epulemic, or contagious disorders, Scar-
i..i:, r . 1 .. 11 ...
,a'""i .te.tsies, ancetia, ana l'ertussis are met
with most frequently. Scarlatina has ljten seen
111 all i!s forms ia diiferent ejuarters of the coun-
.v', - "V " i,,l-r. Mrason. In some seasons
. . '"u ' l t oth-
u,a litmiueni nas Ottn set at defiance. It
appeared epidemically, in the si.rinir ef ll i
hl,.litil.iA,,.i.; ..i.. . ..Jit.1"
- - .v,,,,.,,,,, vl v iiume 1.1, aorut lo niiits
f LUnslMirp, and carried oil about
huridrtd. -scarcely a family i the township re
maiued without witnessing the d-Mase. and in
most instances, the j atiems were carriexi olf'l
fure relief could be had. The disease, generally,
ran its course in a few hours ; the anhinose af
fection beiror ereat. whilst the skin reminvl m
-- ' -'' wvf vi IUUUL iiirf
. and pallid, ihe erup'ioa not appearing, r reac-1
"cu-"' " soil, ia many fartshas'als,, .-o' t u , ' ... u ' ,1 . ... , - -. . ' ' 10 T oio:s v.diiejM had i.CCuii.e the,. T ? .vis
tie.:., ' a,I.i,.:.-.l f..r o.-,,iLr .,.,.:..' 1 ! " " 01 us' L- cn m us pure ami simple lorm by the Sublime j su.;cct c,f tK,c, - . n(1 ...... r " r.i l angler. cou:.ty, sevc:ity-fvc raHes frrin
,'" ! i The climate is very variable The summers ! 0:sU" n vyerc better than none at all. The : Porte, it is to be remarked that this project, al- luanv prt.arations and saci-Tct ac-.t n-v-l I a very pleasant trip cf one hcvr
er ' are short, and the win -.ers Ion?. Duriner the- i party has lam Ii.ie a dead tfiaxe smce ;ast 1 though not in every iwint conformed to the note ! sifi,w wbicb .-..uM i. j ... .1 ' ar.d ien ii.i:iu:.;5 ; and was last even ire at tho
r p.-,-,- ! laioi summer, the thermometer will sometimes -ovember, and but very little opposition was to j of Prince Menchikoff, and while containing, it is 1 flm, v,v ,V p..:..,.,. Ar , ;,. f.- f r7 ." re.Ideaos ef M. Wise, the tvr-.iia'. in that r?tv.
Ml;. !(.,,.i1:,tlmvi,Mt,cs., ..,.,1.) .. .1 . ' ; 01 me &cient i oruise-t. ihe adaious.ra'joa, ; of the draucht note of the Sublime Porte, is not ' 1...,., . ... ........ ... . : . . ; the f..nr t-.'e-hk ir-,, v.w.vt,..., m,rl P!m.
1 j '"v. ' "i, auuura iiie'.meir:ca 1 1 . .. . ' ee.iiiv.it -i l.u tne assnranrr-n am ni..!rr.,s . . i.., ....... ...v
i.uu nil i Willi n r tirtt -i,..i ... I u . M i : 'lie; -iiu. l-i.tim.... r .i- . .1 !
:..: , - . . . ii ...r.i. . j i , . . . - .
. ...... u iirni in paii i nn.t i .t t. i .-t t i .- . 4i i ... - - - 4 itiuii .tvj t n ill ii 1
tion having taken place. It gradually travelled
towards the south part of the county, during the
summer, and prevailed in the neighborhood of
Ebensburg during the winter of 1852, but was
not so fatal.
Measles have generally required but little treat
ment ; but from exposure and variations of tem
Tcrature, more trouble has sometimes been
experienced in the treatment ot the sequcire, not
only of measles but scarlatina.
Erysipelas has Wen observed to appear more
frequently in the sporadic form and not as an
occurred along the line cf tlie Pardee Kailroad,
w hich readily yielded tu the ami phi' iiistic tn at-
metit. J i;e cii -ease was sfneranv ronimca totns
luad ami face: and. as a local af.p'.icatiui, V'1'" !
ing appeared to produce so st.othinr an etlect i
-.1 . : ... J.. .f.i.i i '
upon me T .icul a.- im:' e.- i-i em uiuiin in i.ue.i,
: -.i.. ;.t, i..wi '
the iittlameil surface.
nj" . i .r i ai..-vii iivj ,
also fou:id very beneficial in se-me cases, and j
seemed to merit all the
encomiums that have !
Wr ..tfrrrd rv n U-i
Pvsen'arv has anneared oceaionallv as an
cpidmic. In the year lb42, ii was cudmed to
the town and neighborhood of Lbi nburir, which
suffered much from it. It alo a; i tared, in th
summer of lrul, in the vicinity of ELensburg.
and estei'deil its march in an tasterly dircetiun.
leaving the town untouched until it was arrested
en the high grounds in the vicinity of Minister,
about five miles from Ebensburg. Nothing new
is S'lpgested relative to its treatment.
' ii ai or'tiorihcrn parts cf the county : althoufrh at
Johnstown, from its location and incnase of pop-
illation, it is necoming a tusra.-coi mureiretjueni
i .i. ii i
occurrence during the summer months : and we
. ii... , i , ,.
Ii:Ji.-ilL Here- IIlUi:"U lli.i1 svniitl --i.il.-ltr l.J.-ii..,
some of which proved fatal, occurred at Johns-
sown, during the summer of P-ol, at the same
of Ebcnsburg. 7a.c cf the cases were welt- I sI'b it ef moderation and concilia, ion. from the ; rights md ,mh , en h t.ee ot tl.e Impena g. -er:-marked
cages' of Asiatic cholera, which may be ! commencement of the differen.-e unto the presto t i tnent. 1 he emlea vers made to attain t.cse c.:
noticed hert after. j tini. It is easy to p.-yve these facts to all who j jects having bee:: as ki-.dable as c:m be con-- Iv-
Tvnhoid Fever, is a disease vv hich apiears to I not wnr.der f.-om thr vstli rf instl.-o and ed. the Sublime Porto cannot sufficiently a?-
been the increase within a few years past, anil
n r-i awa -i'i-'.it Iim irtfr il ri V7i fitil ivm' r.i
n..-: I... .,.,! ,..... ,i.. ..,,:.n.,ii,
K. pi V UlVlii vi'i mi. wi. i.m tiiei.
the line of the public works and at Johnstown, i complaint in relation to the Holy Pla.-es, slie
some of which were of a very protracted char- ) ought to liav c circumsci ibul her act i. us and s'di
acter, and gradual recovery Uck place. So far J d;a.ifms within the limits of this qm slion alone,
as our observation extends, the hvgit nie and ex- ; , , . , ,. .
pectant treatment appears to answer Kst. . j an'1 c l,u lM to Lave ,:i'st(1 Intensions w h;.
Small pox has occasionally appeared in U!(. ! the object ed her complaints e.mld nut siK'aia
county, having been generadv intreiduced bv j Mie ought not, moreover, to have taken iiiea.-ures
emigrants, and whenever it has broken ot, it.
i i cii,.....i i .. .i:...mti,
na.i lie luiiuMc-a ... n.i.u oi w ..Fi..e
as chicken-pox, scarlatina, mcades. Ac.
Tht- month of March, ef the present veariwas
a wve-rc one upon old people ami children. lianv
of whom wittered from bronchitis and crouji, for
three times in the course of twenty fou r hurs.
1 Tt.. t-.oct i-priT line lifiu-cvi r Vi.-1-n frt.,,,r?i11 v- f pil.
thy: no severe epidemic or contagious u.srders
havnis i.rcvasled. i
w . f 1
In this nasty summary 01 the tvpographyana
. - . - -
diseases of Camor-a county, we tl nut prt
nty. we tl nut prte.-nd
at nresent to rive more than a eertral eini'ine.
and only hope that it may serve as a basis fir a
more minute and extended report hereafter.
WM. A. SMITH,
Y. LEMMOX, i
J. M. TONER.
Spleudid Triumphs of the Adminislra
tim. The recent elections in Georgia, Pennsylvmia
and Chio. where the democracy- have achieved
the most brilliant triuinps, demonstrate ckariy
that the policy of the national admitiistratira, as
thus far developed, meets the cordial approval of
tlit ieoiiIe. In view ot tht roculiai 1 iri:tiiustan-
i . t
ct-s that attended the advent of the present gov-
ernment, such a result was to have been a.aici-
paled; but since that ptriu.i so many vexatious j Sublime Porte as a violation c-f treaties, and con- ! these suggestions. It was at th m...m r.t that
questions have arisen, so many firebrands have ! scqiicntly a ciuavs lHi Have the othe r Pow- J rows of the passape of the Truth by the Rus
been thrown into the demociatio ranks, and .-o j ers tliemselves been able to come to any other j sians arrived a fact w:,:-:h chiii.-ged tlie face ed
mucli bitterness excited Iietwetn the diir.Ti-iit
wings of. the party, that the friends of the admin-
ist ration for a moment doubted w hether the peo-
pie would, 111 ttieir gooet sene,
catsse of the irritation, and rail
detect the true ,
to the sur.r.rt of !
their chosen Cinei .Magistrate, but such tritt-nph- ;
ant v ic:ories as we have had the pleasure cf re- ;
eordintrforthc.as' fewdavs dispel all such da;ors;
and v e he-live we have absm iant latiLtihle ai
thorily for saving that no administration cvvr en
jryed a lirm.-r hold upon the sympathies ai.l af
fections of the jrreat b-.dy of the people than does
that c.-f President Pierce at this moment. Villi
out some opposition, the distinguished traits of a
.vht w.e-uj.jhkmi.uu u i ue iiuinmiswa..o.i ci
"UA""i"-ltc umoi man i sjniugs nwn a re- 1
spectahle ixidy ot men claimmir the sole Huhi.
M ,as.aaa 01 ljClli sconccrled at the move- ;
menu Ot cer.aiu men and poltlcians in ew 1 t-rh,
nud a very queer squad ill Massachusetts. OUtht !
to be- th.,i r. i ,l,.. .!,.,.- . , ' e ,
., , ,1-r" 7 ..,7- .r .
o,-i! vrn!V'e a ,v i..c. .. , . ,
V::S. a:An0!eM,tmk?d - fcc,"Ulu- i
' - ' e v I ' 1 VJV4V1V, 111 i r-flt 11 iiiN KCtl 111 IMnil
ent. fiv-'mei r.f I iMwtn r. .,-t, ....lrn:. "
uyo, and golden California teo" I
" The administration isnn't?,.. t,h e.,v i
'-- ...... v.....,,., A tun.,. (....A llllil, HI.
f - ' .
r;:nS : L,iuor l-j
washeJd on Monday orcninir last. Mn ti, ..
... , ' ' q v j
.-....pmii m .
" That we dc-claare the enforcement of the Sun-
..ay , KS wen as the attempt toiutroducc the
At a meeting of the Loard cf Aldermen, ofXew
bedlord, .Mas., on T
ue-suay cvtnmir last . ,.r.. r- :
w as offered and a looted, h stm.-ii ,k.. n. I !
. - r wi1
I, . .
c - " 'UI.miI:tr IlOUe '
cannot given, under the new law, without the
assent of a majority e.f the house-keepers on K.th
; t r.c v. . .. . .e
sides of the street, on the square on which the
restaurant or tippling house claims its princirval
r . . ti . 1
ouiu it w orn ior our oouacd to pass
an crdinauco to that effect T
Liouor Law.tobainsn!ti..0.n.i, ....... . . ... " " - v. ,..,. MoreiiaMui i- i e;atne, the Ku-
man, and the coiuiilul on of the Uniud tKntA- rc. f- . r 1 ""c waoman Mates, H-.d
ti c , m"( ate.-,. ty of sul5ects of the Sublime Porte profess ng the that the eommcrc'a! rela-iuiw . r n ,
.. u a. u.ul.ju;eieiut.l. .. v Ai.i.r n rjultii.
pro,ecuteau v,o,at,un, o, the socall-d Mame Law, j .ffac:s, and would o.h-r to Ku.sia'a sedid pretest ! the I lack or to t . Ml f u'h U
as w ell .T:s ull other laws e f th.. t ... 1 -- i ...v. I'lm t tu tiie" ."iiiiterTanean St-1. a tfi.i- 1
w hich .hall bo known to them, and when rorZl ! , iaTS ' T, 'T ' fi'' wi!,'S" h,-n :tV ! I
tent evidence is furnished bv the ;,: " " I rtorate-rre ensmns winch that P.,tr ! W fixt.L Murt,er. the t), tenon ov.- J. i b.ir .pIi,un.en,
JiATE FROM EUROPE.
THE TURKISH DECLARATION OF WAR.
" In the present state of circumstances, it
would be superfluous to take up from its very
commencement the explanation of the difference
which has arisen between the Sublime Porte and
- ..... ,:i,r..':,--. i
Kuiyia, lotuui .ii-mluui.-ui..iiuui imu..,.v ,
phases which this dd'erence has gone through, or
to reproduce the opinions and judgments of the
Government of His Majesty the Sultan, which
' have been made' public by the official documents
i .r.nii1"at:d from time to lime.
1 In suite f the desire not to restate the urgent !
,.,.iinc which cternuneil the iitouiJicaTmns m
-rodiced by the Sublime Porte into the draft of ;
' , . ... , , ..ru-..,.,i
1 1 ..' note i ri'i ai td at teniia (motives t-xpoei i
,v...ix. in a nnfo .vT-,liMtf,rv cf the modifica-
i... 1 .'..I: - I 1- , r t i 111
ixr T"." ;iii"i'i?r7iiiii.. n.ui jiii.v.v '
f.,r the adoption, pure and simpiO
ile, cf the said
r't0. 111 COUSequ
uenceof the non adhesion of Pus-
sia to these same modifications, the Ottoman
; Government, finding "it eH at present competed
; and forced to nnehrtakc war, thinks it a duty to
' give an exposition of the imperii; s reasons f'i'
! that important determination, ns well as for those
! which have obliged it not to rcfula'e this time
its conduct according: 'be counsels of the Great
t Powers its :iU:.es, although it has net er c ased to
1 . . in lu-llfTf-'l-nt rATl!l"" fr.
j " The prir.cipa! points
iiiir.c-.na romts towm.-n tne iiovcni-
j llicI)t ff h;8 ia,t.stv- the Sultan desires to five
. - - .
Ttrniuinf nco aro t los I hat ir"m (lie Verv he-
i mommem e aie inee. mai mm iu- .j. "L
' j.;.. ,t i,s f,,r,,;.-l,..i nn i,,i-,t,v r-.r
m:i:iui ni.i .-"iimuv.i. i.tvi ijiii.-iii-.i i'.' 'mi. ' i
s mjarrel and that, animated witli the doirc c-f
! y.nfr ftj( , ,..;,!, a P,.l!1!irLi,v
i , , . , y 1 t
1 "J.ven suti-.osmg tnai nu.-si'i ne t f.ruMeoi o
i of intimidation, such as sending her troops to the
i . ... . . . .
; fr,)ntjcl.S- ail.j ,nakinr i.aval prei arat;"iis at St-
Vitr.i-,1 on tlio ciil.t.vt of ....: ;..n -l,i,li
, , -1,1. ,
j K't Lave Uen settled am.cably Utween the
two Powers. Put it. is evident that what has
taktn i.Iaceis totally Cor.trarv tu an iu'mtiun cf
iimiifit.tA .c! lb nii iif .
The question ef the Holy Places had been
v 1 . .v- . 1. .-! - -.. i .1 -
1 ri : iMi i 1 rn t.i ivii-i inn di an i nr. irs : itm 11 i'
1 " 1 --
. v- rf. . .t 11. ..
guvornim-m 01 r.is wyeiy, tne suuan, iisq tesii-
: ficl fnvoralili iiisnositiun on tht o-uarantt cs H.
lnan,i..(i l short. P.issia had no lumrcr anv
ground for raising any protest.
" Is it not wVm, it nrf!vt f.r unarreh thtn.
1 r ' '
j to insist as Russia has done, upon the question of
I the irivileees of the Greek Church exanted bv-
' the Ottoman -m .-rnment : v.rivih-L., s whi. h the
government believes its honor, its dignity, and
its sovereign power are concerned in maintain-
ing. and on the subject of which, it can neither
admit the interference nor the surveillance of anv
j government ? Is it not Russia which has oc J-
1 pied, with considerable forces, the principalities
I of Moldavia and "Wallachia, declaring ai U same
limn li i. il-.i cn i.mv ;,.... 1,..,,',! r.o
j .-.- iii'n ii". " j 1 ' ' ' 1 ii" .ni'iuiM .-v i . v . . 1 . 1 . 1 1
; antt-e, until she had obtained what sire de.-ired ?
I Has not this act been considered justly by the
; decision ? Who. then, will doubt that llus.iia
decision ? Who, then, will doubt that llus.iia
j has been tin? aggressor? Could the Sublime
Torie, which lias always observed all her treaties
with a lidc'.iiy known to all, bv iiilVmeiiiii t!
in any way, do more than tletermine Russia to a
proctetlin.il so violent as that ef herself iufiingiiig
all those- treaties. Again, has li.e-.e arisen, c ii
trary to the premise explicitly tivi n in the trea
!y of Kainardji, such facts in the O.'-oimm I-'.m-j
ire as the demolition of Chrifliats chinches, or
obs'.acle? opposed to ihe excirhe of tl.e Chris". ia.i
The Ottoman Cabinet, without d-.siiinc t
e-ntc-r into too l-ng dc-1 ails on these points, eioub's
n-H that the high Powers, its allies, will judge
wun peiiec: tru.n a:.i justice on tl.e s-atement
as a whole, whether in letUr or spirit, essentially
different from that of Prince MenchikotY.
tii - i.. .
"' "ce n-e-e.n, given oy tne reprc-
sentatives of the O.-cat Powers respectiu-t'.e ap
i -. . .
Pf ended ttanger from hurilul mte:-.:.-eta.ious of :
the draught note ia cues! ion. are a new proof of
1- . .. ... . .
I'i.e-n.ion.s ot tneir rcspcciive Govern-j
mcnts toward the .-?uUime IVitc Tll,T nave i
v-.,,--..,...! 1.. . 1 . . . 1 . 1 ' T . .
t-uiiRcjui-uii) piouuceti a nvtiy satisiactioil on ;
in mcnvi" in o i-lii .T.--i-.i o t In .. i .
s - m?.ue,. i .i,c s:a:,so,o
i. t.. . . , - .
i i:c uy iiie; oLioiuaii raiipe. c:rs hetore Kussia so
niiic', .c ftlctwt ,c ... rn-m ! :.. . !...',
. . . . . . . . .11.11 v , .0 Km c in 21 eiai K i
and doubtful state the absence of all relation be
French and La' in reli
i irions, this would be to incur the tk
i of placing t
l. i : . . !
"TV 0,'SC"rC i
irfliM.I ttMi,r.. n vn.l..MA .11. : .1
.. w.. ... .i....ii-k v-J ,-iimiio:, ii:ii ininjr mat
ri not itunuxl.n- rv l,,
le !ovcreignty and inde-
jendence of the Sublime Porte.
Ttk A rim I. n m,. I .1 1
J .-nju.tc tu me ciniHoyrcs and
aerent, of Russia. h h.r. .t..a ijt
. . ---- - -w v . ..i . iiui Llic in
tention of the government was no othei than to
fulfill the office of an advocate with tho Sublime
rorts whearrer acta contrsry to eiistioj prmli.
tO : C n ! mn 'iiti.l.tioi r.F ihn rn . ! j v i , !.U-in5 II -J 1 it VI r- ' ! .l ,-, 1., . l....l:.J
1 - 1 -v- v J sl athaiii,- uji , I1IUU wisncs
iivvrii iiiif iiiiu t'Ltfri aim I .Pirfarr iv !? t.-h- l- ' - i.- !..:.,. 1.1. . t .
e w,ciiuui , Aainar,i,i totrnwovm lavoro a rrcaL (v,iit.inr;. Ut.n :. .i.
' . , . i irntMii .rrftmr.. ... . ..n.. . i . - .1 .
ges might be done, is a patent proof of the justice
of the opinion of the Ottoman government. -
" If the government of his Majesty the Sultan
has judge-lit necessary to require that assurance
should be given, even if the modifications intro
duced bv it into the Vienna vote were adopted,
how in e-iiis'ienee could it be tranquil n me nun
...... -....:,.. .,,,,1 will,,,!:!
were in n-rciaineu n u
modification ? The Sublime Porte, in aecep-ii-that
which ii has declared to all the world it
could not admit v. ihout being compete d then to.
would iii ; ! ii i i
VjMiif v m Mew ( t tl.eo.lie.
Powers, would sr.. : r..ee it
horn r in the eyes ot
J commit a rrui.'.-d
its own s'.il'c
and moral si.i.-:
r. fuh-il ef Rn.a tu a
,i: fi.... ! i.
, mod, ti . hi r.s
nired bv the-
Si.bhme Porte has
I J I II tVv 'i- .. . . .. .... ,
htiied t!::it then rnd ..f that ref'.Kal was
r.s tie:-ire i ;t to Ui.ow ex
' tortus o n-tdace vaiiue '
! at sme future time furiii-h ii with a prett xt f r
: intermeddling. Such conduct, therefore, c.t.i
! j elsihe Si:b!ii:;c Por'.e to K.r.,:st en i's part i:i
: withholdtfgits a Ihe.-icn.
! " The rca-.oi,s which have determined the Ot
; man government io n.t.ke its :i.u.liacaik.its hav
! ing been a: precia'cd by the ivprefceiitatives of
; ti Vm-.-r Powc ri, it l roved that the Subhme
I I'or:e was right in not puitW n::d timply ad"pt-
' : v:. ... ..-.i . it .,i .r "-it i n , r
i n. " . ... ... .
' criticising a pr(-;ect wliieb ob:ained (he assent of
f..Ci., t, .c ti,v ,ve ,....r un.,n
: uic iii(l 1 ie.-. i e u tt i ujnu .
, . ...
' sum of ihe mconveiiinices wuku tl.c v ;
,na not e
' presents. Hitir tforts have always tende.! to
: the j.re-Ki rvati.-n of peace, while defending tlx
' knowledge-the in. Put, as evid.r.tlv tach -v-yubjeet
of ermntnt int pe-s-;c-s, in consttpnr.ee f i:a pe
culiar know kdge and its h-:tl o.re:ie!ice, v.rv
facilities thin any other government for judgirg
of the points whi -hc i.ocm its
ovv :i rtr.t-
v. Iiit'ii t!.u ijt toman e ve ri.tii' ii:
n.ake s. i pr
mj"e -.1 entirely by itr de-ire t .,
thi- uMiga-r rv situation in w hich to rs gn at
rtpr.-t, it pjitls
'self pho-ed. di siring, a- il 1 as
c fi 15- v. h.z the U-iii-vo!cnt c. t:n-
! I i.e. to :m
-.1 1 ill. ! i ! tu it I iV 1S allif-S CVe r iUCO the Colil-
r .1" 1 .r , . 1 ..-1 ; . ...1
. memy uu a- . f tl.c -hJaenci,. a.id ,v hi.n i.nt I
; now it lia C lluwe-d.
' 11 it is tihcgttl tnat tne ha;;e with which the
: Vit-ima note wa drawn tin. results from the
wa-s drawn uji, results lrom
j backwardness ef the Sullime Porte to propose an
! .. .1... ...,. , ft,!, t-., .--i - ti
i aiianttiunn. inv tuiti muvi.i i i 111.3 .un,e.Ti 1 u.e
, - . , , r,
1 .........-:....,: r..:...ici... v... r..M
i .-"uu-iiu num.. jua.ui hm-i. ij im- r.-i-j.i-
t " Before the entrance of the Russian troths in-
i to the two rnncipahties, son.e of the repie-.-cii'a-
tives of the Powers, actuated bv the sinecie in-
tention of preventing the occupation of those
! provinces, urged upon the Sublime Porte the ne-
ccs,itv of ft-aminz a draimhl note occupvin- a
! middle place between the draught noteof the Su-
j bliinc Porte and that of Prince Mem-hike ff
More lately the representatives cf the Towers
i Cfiifideutly communicated diireieiit s.-h me.i - f
j arrangement to the Sublime Purle. None ,:f
J these latcr responded to ihe views of the Imperi-
i ol Cvcrumen:
and the Ottoman Cabinet w;
i on the rtoint of i-n'orin"' into liei'oci.-ii ir.ii with
j 1 ,7; ....
j Jhe repre.-.e-.itaiiv es e f the Poweis on the basis of
! a prujtct drawn up by io-elf in coiif .rmi.v with
! the whole question.
the whole unesiion. Tl
u.-anm iioic pi
: then set .1-
j 'y the Sublime lVrtc wa
re re 1 :
.d to e x' re .--j i
i of ihi s vi
laijon of treaties after the
the G:. to
Sublime Porte. On .i.e - ue hand.
man Cabi.o t l a I to wail for their rej li
the o.Sitr i; t::ev,- v.p, at t!;e 5:1.1
; rc. entativcs . f tl.c IV-vtrs, a pr.
ll 1 f -l.e re
.'.u-.us, which -jv : c-:it to Vier.r.a.
' As the Sole answer ; j these active step-
tho crauutit e : our :."-:e r-rcra.-c-d , i:.bcr,
t e : our :."-:e pre p.c;l K'
: its a.ii earar.ca.
.. 7 T
lov.-evcr Wi.i". mav l;e :.':. 7.,-., 2. cn , t .-
Olioman (iovernment fearimr richtlv (c i!c ii-
trr) everythin- whicl
1 miiTiu impiy a rht cf 111-
: iorfi-r.-n.-r- in f-.vn,- r.f T,
sia in riliiour, matters,
i ,.,.',j n
ouu.ti tio no more man give assurances ea.cula'cct
that Irive been oiVe-reJ, since tho benevolent tf-
le-i i.s ot tiie liiwti Powers have remained fruitless,
since, in fine, the Sublime Porte cannot tolerate
or suffer any lontrer the actual state of things, or
the prolongation of the occupation of tho Mold -
Wallachiaa Prim-h-alitics. hev b.in. -,,.,,..!
portions of Us em. ne-the Ottoman Cabinet,
with the firm and praise worthy intention of de-
leimmg tne sacrc.l rights of sovere irutv and the
i i . i
inue-peiitlenee of its gov. rnment, will employ just
reprisals against a violation r !.
It considers :ls casus l.rlli. It noito.-e ,1 .. ,e
. ........ , llivil, Oi-
licially, that ihe tiov ernumnt of His Majesty, the
sultan, lams iiseit obliged to declare war, that p.
has given most precise instructions (Us intruc-
f ..t ... ......
cva.n,,, tftl, rri.,,;::
1 ... ..umj nea.ju.iar-
ters, an answi
er m the negative .dioiild ! return.
It is distinctly iinderst.MiI flint .I.,.,,?.! .1 ..
..... w oiivui.4 I i.t
" '" wine, uie MiWInie Purle will
?.- .. .....
ronv,dcrit just to lay an einbareu n, Ti,,..;.- I
. - - i - -
.as U-n the practice. Ct n- !
In-Ill? unn il'ini. Ia nl.m Kiml ..
" c --j .-'v. ....io.uie3 in tne way
of commercial inttrcourfie between the Mibeots
of friendly powers, will during the war h ave tlie
Straits open to their mercantile marine."
The Porte has further addressed a manifesto to
the four Powers, but it had not been published.
Iskcuder Bey, ald-de-camp to Otner Pacha w as
in Paris, chargod with a special private mission
to the Cabinets of Trance and England; he i4
probably bearer of the manifesto.
The usual mail steamer from Con. a:.tii:oj '.,
Oct. 5, had arrived at Marseilles, and reported
from JJe-siha Pay that the fleets were pupa-i:.;
to enter th Dardanelles. Admiral Dundasta'
sent his wife home to England, out of the way
On the 3d inst . the
lluss-aa fleet arrived
Odes .-a from f-Ix-lievtd.
f t 1
ba-ti .! to tmburk treopw, hi v. e-,
Th- Paris '' . st ates that Frante u;A IW?.
and have .sent a j uo'u tu l'iUi.i., d'-:..auji:
he immediate evacraii-.'" e-i m- -t
rv i..t a t::i
v v !.I ' ..ti r
( the :.
: l ' 1 :
: Ltitcr-? by J of V:e:.-.a
!r hail Pak:fcwich is j oin-ed to co:.m.Lad ','
the armv in the Pnr.eiraliMes. They add that
,v. Mar,l.a!I J.?,I aln a dy 1-ft f-r the Dsi.u' c, ar.l
chief of th.
f. Pastier. :eh i.iab'y:tT"
cars ( I sue, a..
1 i will kr.own lre.:.i t.:s
l.aimis in I'olunJ
Per.-:a, a..d li mply- It w
,!. k'nK d that tf.e lull,
-s in the tlircc'.'.n
. ;k S a a;.l
r-ia. The Ilttssla.is
men. in these parts.
Oi-t-rPasL is seated to hare written to the
(iovtmmciit, cfTtrLtc to c.cis tLe Daimbe tui
i f,,1Ce the liu-sians from
h.Ir i-os-tioas, if 50. :)
more men be given him. Not withst andhig this,
it was considered d 't.''.f..I if h-stiiiiic.s wcuii
;re cn the U:ml c this wii.'er, &t mi btr
i lt r would clirose to l.uve s::'-'.i a rlv:-r.
1 h( I i t: s i:.:- a: ( j'.s id in thitt-st: r-
!. . that thev m'-I
: av.er..pt to crors b
ilvtr ir.ulia;:tot!sly at i
The Turkish f.-rce in
l!w,'. .: men.
ar.a low LwU.fv.Ti
Ike Eoliccn ALcensica at Eiltiirore.
The Par. iiiiore Sun jiives tr- f .Icwinj aecuuLt
of -.he 'mllu-.n ascc f ?.!r. Lii.ot en wt-dei-
lay. f.oia that ci y :
-.li;ei!ay morithis, Mr. (iit rge Elliot, apr
iv. previous attemp.s, succtided it making nz'
f il.e i:.o.-t graceful and picturesque ascensions
t':at have ever taken j-'acc in PaltimoiT. Tiie
ba'.Iuon neavly .'-upj litd with FUiTicient ascensive
power on Tuesday, remained inflated duing the
t.iht. and w as abundantly fumi.-.hed at an early
hour yesterday morning, with the gas require
f.r the 0 rial exj, edition. . The ga.es of the enclo
sure had been thrown open, and tree access v im
tTiVfn 10 lliC JiUOilC a SOJ1 OI tuuivaitui lor ll.a
1.. . f .....i
i ,.,.(n.!r-.t f-.il-
1 J.K1 ct ue lie i.i:iier.
There was not, however.
more than a thousand reoj.Ie present at lho
! time of the ascension, winch was not expected to
!.! . :i in ' 1 .1. t. I.li i
ulKL uuul lu u e.eetv. .11 i.a.i i-i mot
i 'eck, ill was ready, Mr. liliictt jumd into
the car, unfareld his flags, and was released from
the earth. The bullex-n rose almost peqcndicu-
i larl.v U,t 50011 ilued a little to the east ofnorth:
I continuing to ascend until at the height cf 1-..
I " rc,"al'1 talionanr. - The t)-
wa l l'schr.rge Uhast, ci.d ttnu
i mcreasing his
ic rcte aiam.
'. while the eliminMiin- fomi ,f thea.r..stt proved
j 1,oW rapiui y
l.e was 1
1 r.- ii 1 !
his ti a -hits a v Hy
g tol: vi-.w le.-s
Sj lone as the eve
' Ceiuu uiSi.ngUI.-li tue 1.
il machine, it temed !
tion. Tl.eHioiiaut l.al
ft a' 1 st aiti.udc durmif
j continue tl.e same (lire
! 11 1 " i wred Im ¬
the time he was ia view fr -in the city, inasuit.ch
o .'l but fi urba." ef I!.-
with hitrt. t.l
vi--r , e-r !t-ihj-
o fi.If 1 a i-.rt if
:-c iU y I.';--,:!f.s
it is riuc to
Liii.lties he hns
v. a:: eb-CTVtd t li-:.-li.ir,-e fd'.J
'1 :;i ; ii' c? v, r.s :e c::
V v . :" 1 1 c r.erc p-"tt to tsv
1 he r.-JVf !' 1
i v -
.1 :-n kscfii-i:--
, t'.l f e el:
: cx: e.-iti
1 .' i ? a
. ve ; a -.
: t- er: i"
rely leycn i his
'.1 .- p-.ir''-. c rri
1 r"r.u:t:g pertains
i.- r.mviscn.ciiis, we
nr. si!?cc3ful tnd
.0 iLubi h will
.!-. in his hmi-
V.. .-.i. 11.'. .
it thrse er his cot cm -e'c.-r.n
; v r.;d liL.":s or ni'.Tt),
ami teadc-rtJ iii." f-S-
.e i.cr." 1
as jrc.-:t at
-ai'.-'?c c::n!is u e j ici.L-ary t j eratit li"!.
feh-graphic despatch fre-m Lancaster. Pa.id-
T7"A fe.-rf.il i rdlroad ac--!.!t:-,t occurred e-n the
Hudson river railroad at Yoiikcrs. A long pas-'
semcrr train was run off at a switch, and all the
cars bamy lire s. en up, yet iv.es t fortunately
lives were lost.
CCT-Patriek Ilhrt, trie-d in Hollidayslmrg, last
: week, was convicted e-f murder in tlie second
J d.-pree, and sentenced to mn vtcm and six
; ,,ion'.h3 inmrisonmnit in th tV.rn T..:.
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fgistcr amiormcB it-
It as anorrar. of the Maine Li juor Law PnrtT-
The leaders of that Party have plo hred it no
.r.n:ie I'.und.-.d paclairts t.f arlieie fexhr.
bi'K.n in the Crysial Palace, anivH at N York.
ih-'. wtt-h:. Mar.y of them
and Cons-antim'j 1c.
are from Jtru!em
Z.J 'The name e f Janet R, S ruihem. nf fr.
bon County, is nun .d by a i;uu,ber f Dt mocni.
tic puju rs i.i conr.tc.ion with th SpeaVrrh'p of
the next ihuse.
-""A Umuerio: ti . In mar W'ashihctrn -
Pa., IjttMten a i-aitv tf oikoi.in nrl . nri
of Far.lm ns. Tho IV rkomana were the ir
oard are at pretvt-Qt makirj
in IIrnbur(f. Srue chaa-.
pt-s ill mad.' ou the Purtae lUiad. ,
s "Come lias I'nua, who has been asleep for
live years, died at his brothers residence at Clatlt-:
hlon, X. Y., ou the 17th ult."
'XIT'An ancient silver miuo lias been discovered,
iu Lancaster coujaty. From appeoranco it dm.
born abandoned for ages.
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