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WEDNESDAY MORNING:;;:;;:::::: CT. 2.
fOR VICK I'RESIDEM,
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July 2S, 1S52.-
Dr. Gel0 ELECTORAL TICHET.
OFFERS his" professfa?8 AT LAKOB
zensof JeftVrson and .v. Wilson McCaudless.
tice of Medicine and Surgery, district.
Office next door to Mr. Ly tic's fcjr-Abra'in Edinger
Jilav 20. 1853. Teuben Willter
1 : A. Crawford
r. i.. joiivsTos. . A.CJk Black
btli Jonn alc.Nair 17th Henry J. Stahle
6th John II. Brinton 18th Jolm P. Roddy
7th David Laury 19th Jtcob Tnrnev
8th Chas. Kesslcr 20th J. A. J. Buchanan
9th Jaa. Pattwson 21t Wm. Wilkins
l0:h Isaac Slenker 2id J as. G. Campbell
IlthF.W. Hughes 23d Thos Cnnuingham
12th ThoH. O.itcrhaut 24th John Keatley
25th District Vincent Phelps.
S WANTED Beef, pork, corn, buckwheat,
V?J oats, drc., for subscription and advertise
iag to the " Democrat & Sentinel.
Democrats, bo assessed this week, if you
wish to vote at the Presidential election.
Kkror. Iu the hurry of getting out our
paper last week, au error in the Cengressicnal
vote of Blacklick township escaped our notice.
It bbould have been Pershing, 42, Edic, 41,
and not a tie vote as published.
The Duty of Pemocrata.
Our democratic friends throughout the
country, aiust not suppose, that because they
were victorious, on the second Tuesday, of
October, their duties have therefore ceased.
That victory waj only preliminary to the great
and decisive battle that is to be fought in Nov
ember. Although it is generally conceded that
tbo result in Penusvlvania has virtually settled
the question of the Presidency, it is still the
imperative duty of every friend of JAMES
BUCIIAXAN, to be activdy at work. Al
though we bavo driven the enemy from the
field, we must not on that account underrate
his streogtu. He is a wily and instduous foe
and must be watched by the democracy with
argus eyes. The fearful combination of fac
tions against wbieh the democracy had to
contend in the lato election, still possesses
eoroe vitality and will make another powerful
effort to increase their vote at the November
election, and thus reduce the democratic ma
jority. It is unnecessary for us to appeal to
party or to county pride. "We only wish to
arouso every democrat to a solemn conviction
of his own duty.
The daj for holding meetings has passed
away : they were necessary in tho late canvass
in order to Ght the enemy with their own
weapons. The time for laborious work has
:. A TK.M ; ,f nnn duty which
remains to be performed, and that is, to see
that evert vote in every election district is
pilled. This, although a difficult task is by
no means an impossible one. We therefore
earnestly call the immediate attention of our
friends throughout the county, to this sub
ject. Let every township be canvassed, and
on the morning, and md on the afternoon of
the election day; let there be arrangements
made, to render certain the attendance of every
voter at the pdh. It CAN be . done, and
every patriotic impulse requires of us, that it
SHALL be done. Ilcmember Buchanan
men of Cambria, that you are pledged for
1600 of a majority on the 4ih of November.
That pledge MUST be redeemed.
In another column will b found tho vote
for Canal Commissioner in the several aounties
of the State. The vote is official, with the
' exception of nine counties, which will not ma
terially change the result. The majority for
.Scott, democrat, will de about 4000 ; the ma
jority for Fry, for Auditor General, and Howe
forSur veyor General may possibly reach 5000.
Wo have elected 15 Congressman and the
Blak Republicans 10. The Legislature will
ftandthnj: Senate, 15 democrrts to eighteen
opposition: House of Repicsentativcs, 54 dem
ocrats to 46 opposition, showing a democratic
majority on joint br-llot of 5, which will insure
the election of a democratic U. S. Senator and
Th j Democrat have carried the State Le
itlat ure by a considerable majority, and we
will have a Democratic majority on joint bal
lot, thus securing the election- of a Democrat
ic United Sutea Senator.
" Indiana for Buchanan. -
Ti'ulakd, d"iu., is elected Governor of Io
' drana by about C000 maj ; the democrat have
aba 'elected 7,ou of the 'II CongTemen, and
a majority of (lit LrjM-.turc.
It is not oar intention at this time, to enter
into a detailed notice of the merits of the
various townships of the county, as exhibited
by their vote at the recent election. We in
tend rcfering to the ruattcr hereafter. Wc
cannot however refrain from a passing notice
of the vote in old WasJiington. John Rotce
for Surveyor General received 441 votes and
B. JjoporU received 15 votes. This Town
Bhip was the residence of John Snodgrass du
ring the time he held the office of Superin
tendent on the Portage Rail Read. For two
years SnotJgrass has been a midnight con
spirator in the Know Nothing Lodge. lie
has proved lnmclf a traitor to the party that
nourished and protected him and if the above
I wanly espreficn of political feeling by his
eld friends end associates in the democratic
cause, should ever meet hrs eye, we are very
fcure it will cause bini soroc unpleasant recol
lcclicns. Democratic Pole Failing at No. 2. AP.R. K.
The Democrats of Washington township.
PEsetnbled on Monday evening the 13th inst.,
and after raising a beautiful Hickory Pole
which bears aloft (150 ft., above old mother
earth) the proud symbol of the union of the
States When the pole stood erect, rearing
its proud emblem of Love, Purity and Truth
almost to the skies, the democracy assem
bled, burst forth in nine tremendous cheers
for BcCK and Breck and the beloved Union.
Three hearty groans were given for the ' ht
her slide" party, of Fremont, Sumner & Co.
Tho meeting was them organized by ap
pointing WM. RUSSELL, Esq., President,
Joseph Burgoon, John Kerr, John M'Gough
Jr.. Michael M'Hngh, Samuel II. Grey and
James Morcland Vice Presidents PatiJ
Sharp, and D. Caldwell Secretaries.
John P. Barues, Esq., of Johnstown was
then called upon and responded in a very
happy style, giving hia reasons for supporting
the democracy in this contest with fanaticisms
bigotry and intolerance. His remarks were
very well received by all, especially by nu
merous Old Line Whigs who were in atten
dance. 51. D. MagehaD, Esq., of Ebccburg be
ing loudly called for responded in his own in
imitable style dealing hia blows thick and fast
on the heads of tho Beef and Maraposa par
ty, his speech was full of wit and truth, and
was responded to with genuine appla use by
the hard fisted democracy.
John Fenlon, Esq , of Ebensburg next
took the stand and made one of the most im
pressive, argumentative and patriotic speeches
of tho day. It was replete with common
sense and patriotism, he called npon every
lover of his country, every lover cf civil and
religious liberty, to be up and doing, vote the
democratic ticket and nothing but the ticket
and by so doing, save the country, bequeath
ed us by our forefathers, as a precious boon,
to be sustained and upheld by us, their de
cendants whilst life shall last, that we may
hand down to our posterity without blemish,
that boon for which patriotic blood flowed free
ly at Yorktown as well as Bunkerhill and Lex
ington. S. B. M'Cormick, Esq., was next called
npon and addressed the meeting in a very
neat and powerful manner calling upon the
lovers of our glorious Union, the Constitu
tion of the States, the Star Spangled Banner,
and the land that gave birth to Washington,
Jefferson, Clay, and Webster, to rally around
the Democratic ticket, and thereby crush big
otry and New England Fanaticism forever
from the virgin soil of the Keystone State.
xne mgUt Vclug vijr -Uiaagicvablc tbe
meeting then adjourned to meet at the Polls
at the foot of Plane No. 4, next morning at
0 A. M.
DEATH OF JUDGE BURRELL
It is with feelings of profound regret that
we announce the death of the Hon. J. M.
Burrell, which occurred at hia residence in
Greensburg, on yesterday inornin?. At ih
time of his decease, Judge Burrell was one
ot tue Supreme Court Judges of Kansas Ter
ritory. He was a gentleman ofdistinguished
legal acquirements and was familiarly known
to the citizens of Cambria county, having at
one time discharged the duties of President
Judge of the tenth Judicial District.
NEGRO COMPETITION WITH WHITE
Wc ask our mechanics, workingmen. la
borers, if they are prepared for an inroad of
three millions of negroes from the South to
compete with them in every department of in
dustry? If slavery shall be abolished iu the
feoutbern States, the negro population would
not be suffered to remaiu there a month. Then
the black mechanic, who can live npon scraps
and tsleep on the curbstone, could afford to
have the wages of labor reduced to a few shil
lings a day, and make money by it. What
bay you to negro equality and free negro com
petition? Joun Qcixct Adams. ,i Mr. Chairman:
1 cannot, consistently with my sense of my ob
ligations as a citizen ef the United States, and
bound by my oath to support the Constitution
I caunot object to the admission of Arkan
sas into tha Union as a Slave State ; I can
not propose or agree to make it a condition
of her admission that a Convention of her peo
ple shall expunge this article from her Consti
tution." Speech of John Quincy Adams on
the -admission of Arkansas, ia 1836. See
Gales & Seatou's Register of Debates. Vol 12
THE FUSION TICKET.
The Executive Committees representing the
Fillmore men, Black Republicans and .North
Americans, x met at Philadelphia on Friday
last and made sundry propositions to each oth
er to combine the whole vote of the opposition
upon one electoral ticket to defeat Mr. Bu
chanan if possible, in Pennsylvania.
After much discussion the Fillmore men re
fueed to fuse, and expressed a tletermination
to stand by their electoral ticket already in the
field. The following resolutions wcrropt-
Resolved, Tha.t we deem it A'M fpodicnt to
make any alteration in the FilWiore and Don
elson Electoral Ticket in this State, and that
wc are firmly convinced that any interference
with it would be the means of giving the State
to Mr. Buchanan, instead of defeating him.
Resolved, That we decline to accept either
of the propositions of the Republican State
Committee, satisfied that the Electoral Ticket
already in the field ia the only one on which
all opposed to Mr. Buchanan carl successfully
unite, and pledging it to uncompromising op
position, and to the defeat, under any and all
circumstances, of his election.
Subsequently the members of the Republi
can committee, joined by a number of North
Americans, met and formed the following new
electoral ticket, which all the " wooly heads"
are called upon to vote as a ' Union ticket :"
ELECTORS AT LARGE. ,
Juhn C. Fremont, "
Gen. James Irwin, of Centre Co.
1 Joseph Edwards. Philadelphia,
52 George N. Eckert,
3 George Seidenstricker
4 Wilson Jewell,
5 A. G. Rowland.
C Caleb N, Taylor, Bucks,
7 William Darlington, Chester,
8 Wm. 51. Baird, Berks,
9 Michael II. Shirk, Lancaster,
10 Simon Cameron. Dauphin,
11 John M'Cormick, Northumberland,
12 Smith B. Thompson, Montour,
13 Russel F Lord, Wayne,
14 Frederick E Smith, Tioga.
15 Abraham Updegraff, Lycoming.
16 Joseph D. Simpson, Perry,
17 Ilezekiah Easlon, Franklin,
18 Edward Scu'l, Somerset,
19 William M. Stewart, Indiana,
20 Alfred Patterson. Favette,
21 B. C. Sawyer, Allegheny.
22 Jacob Paiuter,
23 Lawrence L. M'Guffin, Lawrence,
24 George W. Arnold, Clarion,
25 James Skinrer, Erie.
This ticket it will be observed, is bended by
John C. Fremont who is not a citizen of Penn
sylvania, but whom his friends, despairing of
electing him President, now call upon the peo
ple of the " Keystone" to at least make him
an elector for that offico What an insult to
the intelligent freemen of Pennsylvania ?
How unprecedented the act What a re
buke it will receive in November
Another fusion movement came off at Har
risburg yesterday, called a Union Convention,
in which this county was represented by our
neighbor, Maj. John Thompson. This gath
ering of Know Nothings and Black Republi
cans finally adopted the electoral ticket form
ed at Philadelphia on Friday last, so that the
opposition have now two electoral tickets in
the field. This may be said to be the last ef
fort of that arch-trickster, Thaddeus Stevens,
to accomplish tho purpose he avowed months
since of " cheating the Fillmore men of Penn
sylvania into voting for Fremont."
To the democracy it matters but little wheth
er the opposition have one or two electoral
tickets ia the field, for either singly or combi
ned they are destined to be beaten.
The Congressional Delegation.
The next Congressional Delegation, from
present indications, will stand thus : , ;
1 Th oraas B. Florence, Dem.
2 E. J. Morris, Amalgamationist.
3 Jame3 Landy, Dem. gain.
4 Henry M. Phillips, Dem. gain.
5 Owen Jones, Dem.
6 John Hickman, dem.
7 Henry Chapman, Dem. gain.
8 J. Glaney Jones. Dem
0 A. E. Roberts. Amalgamation,
10 John C. Kunkel,
11 W. L. Dewart, Dem gain.
12 J, G. Montgomery, Deiu. gin
13 Wm. H. DimmL-k. Dem.
14 Galusha A.Grow. Black Republican.
15 Allison White, Dem gain.
16 Dr. John J. Ahl, Democrat, train
17 Wilson Reilly, '
18 John R.Edie, Amalgamation.
19 John Covode,
20 W. Montgomery, Dern gain.
21 David Ritchie, Amalgamation.
22 S A. Purviance.
23 Win. Stewart,
21 J. 51. Gillis. Dem. gain.
25 John Dick, Black Republican.
We have therefore carried fifteen ont of the
twenty-five Congressmen, the Amalgamation
ists not more than eight, and the Black Re
We have been requested to notice the
following articles on exhibition at our County
Fair, (to which premiums were granted) and
were not published, owing to some oversight :
Best pair boots, 5Ir. Chas. Bilestine, Johns
Best doz. corn brooms, M'Gee & l.indsey,
The report of the committee on Vegetables
J G. Holmes. We refer our readers to .
the advertisement of Mr." Holmes. " It will
be seen that he has dissolved nartnershm with
his partner 51r. Young, and will give the
Dusiness bis sole attention. It ia unnecessary
for us to speak m praise of thuestabi;lim.nfc
All we conld eay, would add but little to tha
custom, or business qualifications- of Mr' Tf
All ai tides purchased at- bis establishment
are warranted. , '
THE GR0A5IS OF THE BRITONS.
We have been Dot a little amused to hear the
lamentation of the Know Nothings and Repub
licans since the election at their overwhelming
defeat in this county. All manner of excuses Lave
been given to acconnt for the result, and in their
despair aj'ase of the grossest character is heaped
upon our catholic fellow citizens for cxercisinr
the privilege of free rneri at the polls. The patri
otic men of Cambria have shown that the pro-
scnptive and intolerant doctrines cf the Know
Nothings, or the fanatical views cf the Black
Republicans cannot receive any countenance from
those who have always been ready and willing to
rally under the flag, and sustain the Constitu
tion of their country. The rebuke they have
given to the " dark lantern " followers, and the
" disunionists," has been euch as will be remem
bered in all time to come. The writhings and
contortions of the opposition may be inferred
from the following extract which we take from a
long editorial in the last " Cambria Tribune,"
the organ of the Kuow-Nothings at Johnstown.
The groans are loud and deep, and they no doubt
die hard. In alluding to the returns the Tribune
" They show that the contest vas more than
anything tl.se a trial of strength between the for
eign Catholic element, led on by unprincipled
locofoco leaders, and the sentiment of Protestant
America.iiam. Out of the 12 candidates for coun
ty officers G of the Buchananitea were professed
members of the Romish church, while in one
other candidate the adLerents of that system of
theology fuund a most willing agent when it was
thought that he could aid them in hs official po
sition. In every Catholic district the sham de
mocracy found ardout supporters, and in every
such di&trict their ticket received sweeping ma
jorities. Look, for instance, at Washington, Alle
gheny, Carroll, Clearfield, Chest, Conemaugh
Borough and District No. 1. Munster. Summit-
ville. Loretto, &c., where Catholicism reigns su
preme, and you will find that there is where they
done the " rough voting" so exultingly proclaim
ed in the Ebensburg Democrat.' Yet that un
scrupulous journal has the cool effrontery to pro
claim their victory a triumph of principle over
sectional JfeeJing and religious bigotry ! On the
other hand, the Union ticket received its majori
ties in districts where religious sentiment is more
equally divided, and where the long-gowned
Priests and mendicant Friars do not exerciSs a
controlling influence, as thej- unquestionably do
in the districts enumerated. Yet, even in the
I'retestant district the members of the Church in
variably voted for the " Dimmycrats.''' It was
this sentiment which induced Magellan, Johnstvn,
Fenlon, the "Grays, the Georges, the Glasses,"
and other old line Whigs who can't eat meat on
Friday, to go over to the camp of their emissaries,
and vie with them in proclaiming hostility to reli
gious bigotry whilst they at the same time appeal
ed to men for support on the score of their relig
ious bias. And the unanimity wtth which the
Catholic vote of the county was cast for the ioco
foco ticket is what we would con ;idr a practical
example of ' effectual calliug.' "
The sterling democracy of the CuRry Tree
have called another meeting at that place on
Friday the 31st inst., at 1 o'clock, P.M.,
which we hope to see well attended by the dem
ocrats from the adjoiuing townships in the
counties cf Cambria, Clearfield and Indiana.
Gov. Bigler will certainly be present and ad
dress the people, as well as a number of other
gentlemen who have been invited. The Re
publicans, we understand, have called a meet
ing on the same day at the same place. Let
them come on all that the people want ia
light, and a free discussion of the issues invol
ved in the present election and to this the
democracy challenge them.
Lcckhard's Improved Clock roa Con
trolling Watchmen. Among the many
manufactured articles cn exhibition at the late
County Fair, there appeared no article that
drew the attentio i of visitors more than the
above piece of mechauism of Mr. L. The
clock is Ceftaiuly a master piece of irorkraau
ship, which places the inventor among
the foremost of his profession ; he can be
found a few doors below tho ' Cambria Hotel,'
Main street. Johnstown, Ta., where all in
want of Jewelry, Watches &c., can be accom
modated on reasonable terms.
Mokk New Goons. George M'Cann has
received and is just opening one of the larg
est assortment of Dry Goods ever brought to
this place. His stock has been selected with
great care and to the immediate wants of our
citizens. Connected with the store is a Mil
linery Department, under the superintendence
of Miss Ellen M'Cann, where the ladies can
be accommodated with the latet styles of
Bonnets, trimmings, &c. Advertisement
To oca StBscitiBERs This number closes
the third volume of the Democrat and Senti
nel and we are sorry to say over one-half of
our subscribers have yet to pay us one cent
since the commencement of tho Mountain
Democrat. We intend making ont bills for
those indebted since our first commencement,
and hope all receiving bills will promptly
square up their accounts. Subscribers wish
ing to pay their subscription in marketing can
do so at market prices
New Oyster Saloon. George W. Wiee
garver, has opened a saloon at hU residence,
in the rear of Huntley's Tin Shop. We rec
ommend the lovers of the shell fish to call on
George his table is hard to beat.
A Clean Record.
, Below will be found the vote in eight adja
cent election districts in this county at the late
election. It is hard to beat.
J IVmoeratie majority 1326 1 1 1 -
The Black Republicans have carried Ohio,
as was anticipated. In the present Congres
sional delegation from that State the democrats
had not a single member At the recent el
ection, they have elected EIGHT. All hon
or to the democracy of Ohio. "
Speaker tf the next Honse.
Emtors op the Democrat & Sentinel: I
would suggest the name of our talented Rep
resentative. Capt? GEORGE N. SMITH, as
a suitable person for Speaker of the next
House of Representatives, Capt. Smith pos
sesses all the qualifications, be is experienced
and has already served with much reputation.
As the lasthpeaker was taken from the ca3t,
it is quito likely that the presiding officer for
the uext House will be taken front the west
In that case, wo have no doubt of Capt.
Smith's election, His tremendous vote shows
how popular and respected he is in this por
tion of the State ALLEGHENY.
Congressional Election Official.
Cambria, 1474 2S23
Blair, 2G20 1939
Huntingdon, 2194 193G
Somerset, 204 17S0
Edie's maj. 314.
Senatorial Election- Official.
Cambria, 2768 1544
Plair, 1963 250G
Huntingdon, 1958 2047
& caswell's maj. 592.
Democracy is the last retting placo of lib
erty, as the dove returning to the ark. because
amidst the waste of waters it could not find
rest for the sole of its foot. So liberty, seekingjro
expand its pinions over this hemisphere, often
returns to the bosom of the Democracy, bleed
ing with the shafts which its enemies have
leveled at iti breast. There it hath repose ;
there it hath solace ; there it hath dieiphrs
who worship liberty that is immortal.
We kre in tho midst of the nineteenth cen
tury of the Christian era; in the tweutieth
we shall re dust, without a tribuU or memo
rial to our memories. "The path of glory
leads but to the grave," but Liberty will tur
vive ns, and l efore the dread tribuua! of pos
terity we shall be judged according to our
present devotion to the essential principles
which underlie the foundations of human
happiness and prosperity. Present success is
not material: the art and diplomacy of ephe
meral politicians may not have been bequeath
ed to us, but if we will deserve tl e laurel of
honors the children of the future will bestow
Since it is plain that the first, last great
duty of man is to foster Liberty, and to df
fusc it, and to give it a habitation everywhere
let us emulate the example of tho heroes
whom history has placed among its defen
ders. Oh LiBf.RTT what crimes are committed ii. thv
Those words were utteied cj on a scaffold,
in the eighteenth century ; it is a hundred
years later and we repeat the cry which that
martyr put up to heaven We re not sur
rounded by the accessories of death, the
beam, the mufiied drum, the funeral bell, the
scaffold ; but we are surrounded by the ene
mies of human liberty, who would preeiDif.it?
- i i
moral and physical death Upon Ua if they ha J j
the power to do it.
The Know-Nothing party has inaugurated
its natural reign in this free State, by equal
ized imposition of taxes, acquittal of criminals
embezzlements of public moneys, employment
of tpies, oftracism8 and persecutions cf pub
lic officers- They have put trammels upon
reason and thought, and freedom of action ,
and like the holy inquisition, they deny to
free born man the imperceptible right of act
ing according to the dictates of his own con
science. They have sdiackled him with oaths
repugnant to the spirit of liberty, and have
deliberately violated that provision of our
Magna Charta which made the soil of Ameri
ca an asylum for children of every clime.
Rut death has laid his hand upon the Order :
and the organijation which betrayed the ex
istence of traitors among us, is approaching
its fall. A weed of unnatural growth a vile
and obnoxious seed, thrown by some unfriend
ly hand into our domain of freedom it can
not flourish beneath the shadow of tho tree of
liberty, but it decays and dies. The Fun of
reason and reflection has dispelled the mists
with which the tempters veiled the intellects
of our free born youth Absolved once more
from their hateful thraldom restored to their
original station among their fellow-men, they
press forward to swell our ranks and shout
, Throw wide the gates of oblivion, that it
may receive into its bosom the debris of this
fallen order, which carries upon its front the
brand which God placed upon Cain or let it
wander, like Naearinc. in tho desert of tha
earth, without a homo to shelter it, without a
pillow to support its drooping head, without a
garment to cover it, without even the power
The grave which the Democratic cartr b
dug for ' Black Republicanism ia broad nl
deep enough for that also. Without the as
severation made by Macbeth , to Banquo's
ghost, we will fight the monster of faction in
any- shape material or incorporeal Know
NotbiDgkrn, -Black Republicanism, Native
Americanism, or any other name wlkh it
most aSects we contend in tho Coostitmitn
and w say to yon as we say to onr cnemiea
across the sea : Tou may injure u in the
first onsetyou may destroy our seaports and
burn our towns, but iu the end we will entire
ly whip yon."
The Triumph Complete. --
We have elected our State Ticket by SIX
THOUSAND MAJORITY I
Wo have elected FIFTEEN of the twenty
five members of Congres ! '
We have elected a majority of the Legisla
ture, which secures a Democratic U. State
So dies and becomes extlcct the "fasibn
in Pennsylvania. Thus is scattertd tt tU
four winds of heaven the fanatical, but dan
geroua body of sectionalirt, who, puffed on
with pride and vanity, sought to gain strength
and .position by denouncing the people of one
half t f the Union, and forcing thcru to sab
nut to the base tpLits who hoped to rule the
other portion with a nVi of iron. Th-y axe
now crushed. In November they wit U
ground to powder, and utterly cxUTnuoated;
VOTE FOR CANAL COMMISSIONER
Counties Democrat. Fm'umi
Erie, - 205jj
Luzerne, 1,00 1
Monroe. 1.5 1W
Somerset, - 7Z 3
Sullivan, 2 ,57
1 iora. . j
ToUl. 3.011 i!5.9t7
House of Representatives -SlerabersEiecteu.
. . ort.
Armstrong, Clarion k Jefiiraou, 3
Beaver, Butler, & Lawrence. $
Blair and Huntingdon, j
Cambriu, Bedford, & P'ultoa, ii"
Carbon and Lehigh,
ClearSeM, M'Kean and Kit. J
Clinton, Lycoming t Potter, 2
Columbia and Montour, l
Fayetts and Westmoreland, 4
Mercer, Venango, & Warren, 5'
Monroe and Pike, j
Northampton, , 2
Philadelphia city, g
Susque'na, Sullivan & Wyoming,
Union and Juniata " . . - 1
It will lc seen by tbe above statement that
the Democrats will probably have a majority
of eight in the House of Representatives.
This result secures the election of a Demo
cratic United States Senator and a Democrt
ie State Treasurer . . "
The Senate will probably stand 'fifteen
Democrats to eighteen Fusion, leang a IK: -.cratw
majority on jotnl ballot cf.fiw. -