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M'LAUGULIX. Aiterney at Law, !
Johnstown, Pa. Office in the Kx-
ill a! ire building, on the Corner of Clinton i
aiuI Locust streets un stairs. Wil! attend I
t- all 1uh:icss connected with his professi-.n.
Dec. 9, lSi)3.-tf.
Sttorncn at (fbcnshrg,
Cambria County Pesn.
Cilice Coloa-ide ro.v.
D-c. . Iff.
Yi:'"S L. PKRS1HNO. Ksvt. Att .r.Nrv
L..; at Law. .M-niuwn, Cambria Co. P.
i :f::cc ..n ?Iin street, sec nd th. over
ii.u k. ix 2
They tell me I'll forget thee when
'Alid other scenes I stray.
That thoughts of then? will vanish as
The dew at break of day.
Hut ah! I do not need their words
I know it cannot be.
That one enshrined within this heart
Can bo forgot by me.
Thy tell mo I wil! soon forget.
Thy kind and gentle smile
That did so many wear3' "lays
And hours to me beguile ;
Ah. no! I never shall forget,
I know it cannot be.
That one enshrined within my heart
Can be forgot by me.
They tell me I'll forget the hours
Of mirth and joyous glee.
The many pleasures unalloyed
That I have shared with thee.
But ah! they need not tell me this,
I know my heart the best ;
I'll not forget till in the tomb
Thry lay me down to rest.
They tell me I'll forget thy songs,
Thy kind and loving words!
Thy tones that always in my breast
Some de-q emotion stirred.
It cannot he' it cannot be !
Thy Mni!e I l..v? them ye: :
And while I bve, oil ! 1 wi.u'.u u t
K' i. I could, f r.'et.
We have becll ghlll: fV. -in time ii.l'IIV,
libera! extracts troni ' Druid," the now
cclebrated corre.-pondt nt of the N
Woril. Kerv niowni'-nt attempted by
our armies has proved the neenracj' of the
w; iter's statements and the justice of ids
warnings. For '.he purpose of showing
be true that Ia-'C is falling back to Rich
mond but knowing something of his
strength, I am inclined to discre lit the re- ;
port. Certainly no decisive engagement
has yet taken place, and it is quite proba- :
ble that Lee it munoeuvering to avoid one
until further reinforcements can reach him- '
I think it would be safe to wager that
Meade's army will not be within can
non ranse of Richmond for at least a
j fortnight. .Still I hope the fact will prove
I Jut if Lee does fall back on the dc- :
! liant city, you may depend on it Grant j
will have plenty of work before him. j
The defenses around the town are no bug- j
I bear as some persons have guessed and '
! published. They are as perfect and for- j
midable as military tkill and engineering i
j can make them. Several weeks ago the !
i works then around the city were carefully j
I inspected by President Davis and Geiier- j
j als lA-e and Bragg, and were pronounced :
1 by them quite satisfactory ; but notwith-
i standing this, the President, about a week j
j later, called General Ueauregard, the To- j
tlebcn of the confederacy, to the capital, j
I to examine the- works and devise it.:provc- j
j nients, if. in his judgement any cuiiM be j
j made. leau;egard spent several days i
j around the city with Lee and Uragg. and
i the result was the immediate commence- !
incut of another line of defensive works,
i Seve ral of tho in st proficient engineers in
i the n b ;l service have been deUuil to su-
p";inteiid the? cti:!ruction of iie new
line agreeably to tiie plans of the great
:vb -1 engineer. Thousands of negroes
i have b-.-cii employed inure than U.r-e weeks
: in digging new tlitches, and throwing up
I new rampart?, panqts, eic, i . otvance
; of th-- old on-?. P.y this tinv: t!ie n-w
; line is beyond doubt, completed.
! These fortifications were to co;:i.- as
I was imbrnied by one oi' th "lli.vrs (and
a very rcli iblo gentleman) er.gaged in
2 K'HA KL HASSMN". Ks.j. Attcrvkv
a at Iw. Koenhur-;. (J.im'r ria . Pa.
( liiiiee i n Main street, three dor Kasi
!! .Julian. ix 2
J. II. anal,
A T T ( i: N P. Y A T L A W .
OPFICH ON' MAIN STltKKT. THKKK
HOOKS i'AsT of Tin: LOU AN IIOL'sE.
1 )e. cie.her 10, lHo:'..-'-.
fori?. formiuLr several independent de.en-
sive p...-itious, after the .-tyie of the
fications coii.-t:tut:ng tue
defi-n-e around the citv
U. I.. donv:.-Tos.
Geo. W. Oat ian.
JOHrJSTOK 6; OATBIAN,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Kbemburg (,'ambria County Penna.
olTKK P.KMOYKI) TO LLOYD ST..
(ne door West of 11. L. Johnston's Phs
idence. Dec. 4. 18;l. ly
'JOHN l'HN'LON, Lsq. Attorney at
P .or, Lbensbmg, Cambria county Pa.
( fiice on Main .stieet adjoining his dwel
ling, ix 2
i S. NOON,
ATTORNEY at law.
KliEN'SP.riKJ, CAMP.KIA CO.. PA.
OiTi.-o or.' door East of the Post Office.
Feb. 1H, 18M -tf.
kirjk m. pi:i:d,
attorxkv at law,
C'lmiria Comity, Td.
rnc:-: in colon ade roy.
M ir.-h U, lSt',4.
see n t line ol
of Paris. Th.
barr.-i-ks and auxili.ity work ; are so ar- I
ranged for rlanking fire? from artillery that i
m itual protection will cxt between the j
The interval between the works are j
ruing my- ! closet oy long curiams protected oy j
be easilv i ditches twenty-four feet wide and sixteen i
what Druid" is. what arc his sources : their construct: n, ol
of information, and w hat our armies have
to overcome before taking Richmond, we
pobli-h lb following ! t!er :
r.M.TiM 'i:':, .May, 8. To show the
r ader that my views ;-,re entith'd to s- m
weight and consideration, and th::t th-t
li-ti and intelligeiK-e I shall oiler arc
Wi'lun range oi tlie sources ot mtwrma-
ti;i!i I have enjoyed, it will bo necessary j
to otl'.-r a few ob-ervntion-1 com
self. For reasons which niav
conjectured, it would be impolitic for nie j feet deep, in most oi which are con
to introduce myself to the public a fully ( strueted rams-horns and tenailles. Many
as I can do to the editor. It is sniiicient j of the ditches are supplied with water
to say 'acre that I am a native of Missis- j from the adjacent rivulets. These forts
sippi" a citiz-n of Alabama, a lawyer by j are al! to be connected by a military road
profession, a planter by occupation, and and telegraph affording speedy coinmuni
at present a refugee. The war, as I did i cation la-tween them.
not choose to participate in it, fore -1 me These works will be mounted with guns
into (t u-.ii cum d.ijmtntf ; ami during its j of large caliber, and there v.i!! be no lack I
progress I have, visited every State in th- ! of howitzers and mortar-batteries, protect-
conii d 'racy, all the principal cities, and ; ed by bomb-proot casemates, out oi reach
some three score of villages and ImmWs. i of th" I'nion artillery.
In these places I have conver-,1 freely
with the inhabitants : with m-chanic?,
merchants, fanner.-, doctois, diviue, law
The question may ho pertinently risked,
" Where have the rebels obtained such a
( supply of ordnance of this character ?"
; some, but have received more from Eu-
1 rope. The northern p-ojiie would be
j astonished to learn the givat amount of
1 war-material and oth-T
). V. HICKMAN.
H. F. llOI.I-
G. W. HICKMAN &L CO.,
Wholesale Dealers in
KOllilIGN AND DOMESTIC SUGARS.
N. E. COil. TI1IKD & MARKET STREET.
August 13. 18C3.-ly.
W. W. M AIR. JOHN 8. IWISON.
M A I II Jt D A V I O N ,
IMPORTERS AND HEALERS IS
SADDLERY, CARRIAGE AND TUNRK
HARDWARE & TRIMMINGS,
SADDLES & HARNESS,
- . 12 7, Wood .Street,
PAD SKINS, 15 EST OAK TANNED
HARNESS. SKIRTING AND P.RI-
June 17, 1803 ly.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER
T X)CR. CHOP, &c.
IILNRY NEFF'S MILLS.
IlCNTlNGDON CorXTT Pa
March 23. 1864. ,U-
An office on Centre Street
next door north of Esq. Kinkead's office!
Possetkion given immediately.
JOSEPH M' DONALD.
April l.t, 1864.
eis and politicians : with the ignorant ; I answer, that they have manufactured
and simple; the inexperienced and un
sophisticated ; the learned and perverse.
Since the middle of February, 1 have
been most of the lime in Richmond, asso- 1 war-material and otu-r necessaries, that,
iating con.-dderably with officers of the j in spite, of the blockade, the rebels are
army and navy, and of the military and j weekly receiving from the other side of
departments of the government. j the Atlantic. On the l'iM uhiino I count-
I always believed in the right, but not i ed, around the depot of the Richmond
in the policy of secession, and from the ; and Peter.-dmrgh Railroad, thirty-two mor
beginning of our unhappy struggle, have ; tars of French maiuihc-iure, which were
been in heart and conduct faithful to the ! received at Wilmington a few-days before.
Union. To avoid being conscripted, and
obliged to serve a cause repugnant to my
feelings, which I found I could not avoid
if I remained in the confederacy, I de
termined to expatriate myself, and after
encountering manv difficulties, succeeded
four days ago in passing the Union lines.
liefore leaving the defenses of Rich
mond I must mention a new and novel
invention by Captain llohlen of the rebel
army. It is nothing more or less than a
stink hall designed to be fired into the
works of besiegers to siink them out.
About the middle of Aprii, I was one of
I will conclude my letter by disclosing i several civilians, who, upon invitation,
some of the plans, preparations and re- accompanied a party of officers to Alice's,
sources of the rebels for the summer cam- a station on the Central ioad ten miles
paign. The southern people and rebl from Richmond, to witness some experi
officials have lieen for some weeks antici- ments with this ball. The ball is an iron
pating with anxiety the operations of ! shell containing combustible and destruc
Generals Lee and Grant ; and now that j five material, as well as odiferous matter,
the struggle is progressing they are no and in appearance is similar to the stink
doubt intensely 'excited. Hut neither ofli- j ball in use many years ago. It is design
cials nor civilians suppose that the con- j ed to be thrown by mortars, but in the
tlict between these great captains will ! tests on the occasion referred to, the fuse
i . . . . ,. . ! i-i...T..r..l.l...i.ii ii i-l
necessarily determine the destiny ot the ! was iigmcn hhm mc hneus auoweo 10 un
confederacy. All believe, however, that
if Ix:e prevails against his adversary, the
confederacy w ill at once be recognised by
some of the leading powers of Fut ope ;
and encouraged by this fond hope they
have been devoting all their energies to
supply their favorite chief with the men
and municians requisite to ensure hiin
If the reports of the battles on Thursday
and Friday are correct, the plans of Lee
have undoubtedly been prostrated for the
present ; but it does not, therefore, follow
that the rebel capital will immediately be
inmate where they were placed. The
stem h which followed the explosion was
the most fetid and villainous that ever
outraged the olfactories of man. Col
eridge said that he counted in Cologne
Well defined and several stinks."
Rut if he had been at Atlee's on the
day of the experiments alluded to he
w-ould have recognized them all, and
seventy-seven thousand more. The con
centrated stink of all the skunks, pole
cats, niggers, pitch, sulphur, rasped hor
ses and horses' hoofs, burnt in fire, assa-
occupied by the Federal forces. It mav foetida. ferula, and bug-wrweds in the
world could not equal the smell emitted
by these balls. Rut not only is the smell
in itself intolerable, but it provokes sneez
ing and coughing, and produces nausea,
rendering it impossible for men to do duty
within reach of it. A single ball will im
pregnate the atmosphere for fifty yards
round, and the fetid compound, entering
everything it touches, emits the stench for
a long time. The opinion of all who
witness the experiment wa.s that these
balls were a fair offset to Greek fire, and
General Winder, and several other officers
of rank who were present, expressed the
belief that it would prove more effective
for driving off besiegers than anything
ever invented, lie this as it may, if
Richmond is ever threatened bv a siege,
the ' sneezers," as the inventor facetious
ly calls his balls, will form a prominent
feature in tiie defensive operations.
A ;jod one.
Pat had been sent, by his master, to
the quay, to purchase half a bushel of
oysters, but was absent so long that ap
prehensions were entertained for his safety,
lie returned at last puffing under his load
in the most musical style.
" Where the devil have you been ?" ox
claimed his macter.
Where have I b.en ? w hy, where
would I be but to fetch the oysters 1"
" And what, in the name of St. Pat
rick kept you so long ?"
Long! by my sowl I think I've been
purty quick, consideriiiL' nil things."
" Considering wh'-.t thing? why con
sidering the gutting (if the ii.-h to be sure!"'
" Gut ting" what fish ?"
What fi.-h .' why, bUir-an-iiowns, the
oy-ters to be sure !"
"Why what d you mean, sir;"'
"What do I mane? ui:v I mam that
as I was tilting myself, down ihrnetits the
Pickled Ilerrh'.g, and having a drap t-
comfort me, a -man axed what I'd )
got in the sack? "Oyster?," says I.
" Let's look at them," says he, and so in
p iled the bag. "Oeh! thimd r .: !
praties !'' says Jt ami who sowld the.c-"
" It was Mi"-!- Carney," says I " aboard
of -he Foal Dowlie" smack " "Mick
Carney ! the thief of the world," ;-a;.she,
" what a blackguard h must be to give
them to vim without ;ntit;." " And
ain't they gutted," says I. " Divi! at one
o' th-'m," savs he. ' Mnsha." then savs
I "what will I do?" "Do?" says lie,
" I'd rather do it for you myself th:.n
have you abated," and so he takes them
in doors, and guts them nate and clane a?
you'll see," opening at the same time his
bag of oyster shells, w hich were as empty
as the head that bore them to the house!"
:ei' Tax Ileitis.
Tt is thought that the abolition members
of Congress will put the following items
in the Tax new Hill.
For speaking disrespectfully of Mr.
Lincoln, two hundred dollars and confis
cation of your property.
For thinking agaiiist Mr. Lincoln, one
For dreaming disrespectfully of Mr.
Lincoln, fifiy dollars.
For taking the name in vain of any
Abolition office-holder, twenty-live dollars.
For .speaking disrespecttuliy ot private
Republicans, ten cents each.
For voting a copperhead ticket twenty
Every Democratic office holder, taxed
thirty cents a day, (Sundays included.)
Every man not drafted to be taxed ten
For every white male child born alive,
For every white female child born alive,
For every negro male child born alive,
a premium of twenty cents.
For every negro female child born alive,
a premium of ten cents.
For not believing Mr. Lincoln to be the
Government, a tax'of five hundred dollars.
For talking against the right Republi
cans have to Wil, h tax of fifty cents for
For dying, a tax of one dollar a head,
save and except those Americans of Afri
can decent, who shall have a right to die
free of charge.
Qj- " Helen," said a landlady to her
servant, " was there any fire in the kitchen
ht niditwhon you were sitting up
"Yen, ma'am," said Helen, "there
was a spark there w hen I went down, and
I soon fanned it into a fiame."
The landlady looked suspiciously at
Helen, but the' innocent girl went on
scrubbing and humming " Ivaty Darling."
-el-" Hallo there!" said an old farmer
to an Irishman, busily engaged at one of
his cherry-trees; 44 liy what right ao you
take those cherries ?'
" Faith my friend," replied Pat " by
uiy right hand, sure."
The following persons have been draft
ed in Cambria Count-. Each District
will know their own men.
T.wi on 'r.iWNSiur ISO names in the wheel ;
1 Patrick Nary,
2 John Yarntr,
3 Israel doughnour.
4 Win. M'Ktivy,
5 Frank Hodpvrs.
: Adolphus WiV.c-l.
7 Jjhn Lomason,
8 .1 oli n Nary.
9 Henry Baily,
10 Dennis Buekly,
11 l'atriek M't'artney,
1 2 James Bediuan.
13 Mielnul Ilelsole.
14 la:i W. GougTitiuur
lf Wm. Patterson.
.'Jl Hobert A gey.
CoNKMAicai Townshm1 111 name.
lf Lewi? Cobaugli,
17 Thomas Gallagher
18 Alex. Waiters,
It. Wni. O. Cray.
20 John .1. Good,
21 icortfe Christy,
22 John T. Harris.
2a Wm. J. Headiick,
24 Samuel M Claren,
25 Henry Conner,
20 Wm. Oppj
27 I). I). ioughuour,
23 S. M. Elliott,
2a Eiias Crousu,
e0 Conrad Frebisscr,
1 Benjamin Bobb,
2 Jer. Wissinger,
3 Thomas E:.e;an,
4 Join; 0 ;ln-jran,
5 Jacob Ruhritz,
ti F.uil Sy laons,
7 Fred t i'shower,
S l.ii 1 E. Jones,
9 Willi mi Noon.
lu Jacob H. Noon.
11 Michael Pidam y,
12 Henry Kinney,
IH Alex. Walters.
14 Levi Wissinger,
1 5 ii iram RiMctt.
10 AaroD Rc-iluy,
17 Samuel Gardner,
18 Charles E. Wiiscn.
lt Robert J. Cuibertj
20 Levi Urighard,
21 Iie:irv I.. Shalfer.
22 William O. Pecker,
23 Henry M'Crc-ery.
Yooeii Township 7'J nanus ia the wheel :
11 Tim.tl. 1.. Hunt.
1 David J. Horner.
2 Itot.ert Bolter.
3 l'etf r Slaii.leinph.
4 George B. Morri?.
5 Gvorge W. Biicam.
(j Joccph J ack sou.
7 Jo-'-h Hoehstil'u,
c .Eicon lb -ss.
l John A. i fe.rr,
1 o J oh a 1'. A" oi'..
Washington Te. and
mtiiie; ia vh
1 J..!m Noel,
Z 'i'lio'.i :s Koepe.
'A iviehar 1 L'l-tiiiicr,
12 S. P. li.umniil,
l.-i Jacob G,irea.
I 4 Joiiah W. Strayer.
.". Josc-;di l.c-vincrtoij
i c, John Kniss.
1 7 A .-iron 'r :y!e,
"8 John Thrums,
19 Stej-hen Mutzman.
0 A nthony v, cir.
tvim.:: Lor.. 142
'.i lira n.
I 1 5 Thnnm s ."":.ort.
1'J J-re. -GonigiP.
1 7 Wiliiaia Turner,
1 s S iv. .Nt Ecnr.ie.
19 Mithnel I'eek.
20 Edw. F. Burke.
! 1 Bb;!:: Gi-erae,
22 G. W. Mnil'n.
'23 Frederick Bower,
24 Edwai .1 Spaiif s,
?" Cliark-s l.ego.
2 0 Mi.t-l:ael "Mir;?.,
27 John M 'Cool.
28 Michael MT'olg.wi.
A Ai-thar Sturm.
. Hto l'e.-itc-r,
' l ' re 'J'ii-y.
7 J.o.ies Morri-.
s Ai; a. P. V.iU-r.
9 ruard itihii.d.
10 Jireiiiii'.h Topjit-r.
I 1 Piiilin Warner,
1 2 .iaeob Beck ,
la Henry ivinimell,
14 Wm. M Goe-h,
2lJ Eece I.itziiiger.
Camiiiu. Bukocoi: 18i iu the wheel: e
1 Thomas Johnston,
'2 'onrad flyers.
1 Josejdi ?lttzgar,
5 Joh u Salt,
(i John ilainhart,
7 .lo!:u lio'umanii.
8 James M' 11 ugh,
0 Sioauel Brickhard,
10 Chlist. Peters,
1 1 Patrick F..rd,
12 Isaac Harris,
1--, Jolm i'l'urr.
1 4 Kobert Jones,
15 Edward Howe,
10 Patrick Keeiau,
17 KuiiiMi 1'reyt-r,
18 Patrick J.rodriek,
19 Joseph Biuei-;
Hi klami Tow.nsuii' 1 G- n
20 Lewis P.et.,
1 Ituduer Pangherty
22 Sanni'-l I'.ridges.
2 J John Xowe.
24 Jas. B. M'l)ow;':l,
25 George Altbartcr,
2-i James Kane.
27 llu-h M Calbn.
2S Joseph Sanniiiec-r,
Z'J Matthi.is Islet ly.
So Francis Falkcr,
ol Mielnul Kritztr.
.'5 2 Amos Sinitii.
33 Joshua Foster,
3 1 Jos. Bightmyer,
I-if. Wiiliaia L'uke,
llti Jo-cnh liaiuiiton.
.'! Solomon 11a! e.
38 John Clearer.
in:3 m w !
1 Jeremiah Horner,
2 JonathiMi Shirey,
;i Joha OTIan,
4 1 :-:liiC Ne-n,
.") Jaeob C Stiueman
0 .'esse Yarr.er,
7 J-seoh Slick,
8 Daniel Wissinger,
9 J acob S. Kring.
10 David Weaver.
1" August Kebier.
1 0 John Wizard.
1 7 Lewis rris.
IS Aaron ic;keyt.Be,
1 !J illiam Fi.--iier.
20 Charles Biektord,
2 i John A. rutist,
22 Jacob Mauk.
23 David Eye,
24 Henry Smith,
2."i Biraia Orris,
1 1 David B. S:ui!.
12 Jacob Dur.uioyer, j 20 Michael Fox,
lcJ Ban. B. WisJngci' 27 Daniel Lane,
14 David Lehman, 28 Aaron Michael.
Bi.acki.ick Township 44 names in wheel:
1 Gcorjrt Wilkinson, I 3 Sam iel Wilson,
2 John Cle-.uentz. 4 John Lo!!g.
5 Edward Joacs
Jackson Towxshu 81 names ia the wheel:
1 Andres A. Adams.
2 Thoiu.o.3 Harrison,
3 Thos. (Joughnour,
4 Samuel Snytler,
5 Michael Slonakcr,
G Ilarrisou Burkhart
7 Samuel Leidy.
8 Henry Yarncr,
C i . t: a 1 1 v i f. l t T o v n s ! i : p
9 John Wilkinson,
10 George Harrison,
11 Geoigu It. linger.
12 James Gray,
13 David Davis.
14 William Divis.
15 Gri-lith Dodson.
!') William Lister.
-128 iianies in wheel
1 James Adams,
2 John Brher.
3 James A. Byan,
4 G. VY. Striiecktr,
5 Wm. Cochran,
10 limothy Liiinadue 21 Adoniriru Tosler
11 George JCoon. 22 Henry Farnswonh
23 WiiliRm Troxell.
MuxaTER TowNShie40 names ia wheel ; 9
u raw n.
1 Georse Ktrn.
2 James Thomas,
3 William Parrish,
4 Peter Dumm.
5 Danirl M. Farrcn,
C Daniel Kearney,
7 I'hili i Farren.
8 Patrick M'Cugh,
9 John Dever.
Allkghexy Tp. and Gallitzin Eoeo. 258
names in wheel; 55 drawn.
G John Nntde.
7 Francis lnlow,
8 A. L. M'.Mullin.
9 Jos. J. M'Bcrmitt,
10 James llilc-v,
1 1 John C. Hughes.
Chkbt Sm.snc.s Boko. 45 names in wheel ;
1 William M'Conaughy.
White Township 119 names in wheel; 23
1 George Oshall,
2 Joseph G. Ilolleu,
3 Becj. Forshie,
4 George Boss,
5 Henry Glunt, .
6 John Ilichards,
7 John Glass,
8 Levi Beers,
0 George Oreo, ,. -
12 Rev. T. Vn Scovoc
13 David Cree.
14 David Holli3,
15 Bobert Fleming,
18 Sebastian Klohe,
17 Andrew Gamble,
18 John Ybungkin,
10 George Davis,
20 M. G. Blanchar.I.
1 Matthew M 'Cough
2 James Wills,
3 .Matthew Dinin.
4 Henry S. Hclsel,
5 Sebastian Fichter,
0 David Stevens,
7 Samuel Baker,
8 George M'Guire,
9 John L. Harvey,
10 Anthony M Coy,
11 David A. Cans,
12 Hugh Hawtll,
13 John Grinin,
14 Charles Tomelson.
15 Michael Kellv,
10 Peter Flick, "
17 Peter S. Conrad,
18 Ilk-hard Bradley.
10 Patrick Bay,
20 Dcmet. M'Goush,
21 Mk-hl. L. Stevens.
22 Tobias Roland,
23 Joseph Boley,
24 A n drew- M' ov.
2'. Neil Gil.'an,
20 John Hewitt,
27 Jacob Stevens.
23 John Conner.
29 James Heney,
30 John L. Storm.
31 Joseph Tomelson,
32 Jason Crura,
33 Matthew Cain,
34 Clement JCook.
35 Thomas Plui.kct,
36 Robert Cochran,
37 Hiram Williamson.
38 Samuel Storey,
39 Petor Hoffman,
40 Thomas Ilartzhog-,
41 Michael Godfrey
42 Jacob Means,
43 James P. Bower,
44 James E. M'Gough
45 Daniel Kelly,
4G James Wilson,
47 Edward Kehoe,
43 Jacob For!e.
49 Henry Bay.
50 Timothy Connelly,
51 David Mills.
52 John Douglass.
53 Thomas Nelson
54 William A. Little.
55 William Dodon
Camoili. Towns n ir 19-3 names in wheel ; 3d
1 Geore-e Sherrv.
2 Christ. Adormis,
3 Andrew M iller,
! Sebastian Lulhcr,
5 Jacob Erase,
O Jacob Michael,
7 John W. Luther,
8 Henry Byrnes,
J Michael Noon.
10 Mat. Farrabiuijrh.
11 William M Con. Lie
12 William Baker,
13 P. B. Edaiinston.
1-1 Silas Wiaklar.d,
15 Johr. Elder, ir.
10 Michael Kisle,
17 Sihis Lutlnr.
18 Jose; h Went.,
19 Evan Michaels.
20 Thomas Goss,
21 Augustin Luther,
22 Christian Wible,
-3 Joseph Trinkley,
24 Jo seph Eckenrode,
25 Thomas Switzlc-r,
20 Anthony Lytz,
27 H. C. Kiikpatrick,
28 James Ilagored,
29 Michael Kirsch,
30 Jacob Stuby,
31 John Liuk,
32 John Cole,
o3 M'chael Nagle,
34 Ant. Krutnanather
35 Jaeob Bnrkey,
30 John Devil,
37 Jose-.di Albright,
33 James Gallagher-
(.'akroi.liown Bohoioh 47 names in wheel;
1 Lawrence Schiute, 2 John Stultz.
3 Edward Binder.
Srsvitu anna Township lo8 names in the
wheel : 22 draw n.
1 David Keith.
2 Jacob Johnson,
3 llobt. W. Dunlap,
4 Ceorire Hammend,
5 Isaac Westover,
0 Jo..eph Lute,
7 Nicholas Nagle,
8 John Kythe,
9 William Lloyd,
10 Jehn Kount.man,
1 1 Francis Vumiur,
1 2 John Powers,
13 Thoii.as C. Byrue,
l-l Joseph lloltz,"
15 Richard lif.um,
1G Cyrus Fronk,
1 7 John P. Baum,
18 Samuel Gray,
19 M-.rtin Oaks:.
20 Samuel Breth,
21 John Barritger,
2'i Dan. Berkstresser.
Chest Townshii- 7 names in the wheel; 21
11 Charles Hoobcr,
1 William Jones,
2 Casper Bhoe,
3 Charles Kline.
4 Paul Youner,
5 Jacob Yealey,
0 Joseph Ficlit,
7 A' at! bias Deiniek,
8 Sebastian Haltz.
9 Jac b Kirkpatrick,
lO Michael I less.
12 Francis Hoob -r,
13 James Kirkpatrick
14 Baltzer Hell'rick,
15 George Yeager,
10 Anselm Weakland,
17 James M'Madlam,
18 Archi. Kilpatrick,
19 John G. Gill,
2o Daniel Kline,
1 Francis Veagcr.
Ckoyi.e Ti'TNii'.a s4 n.iines in the wheel;
1 John Lively, I 3 Michael Plummer.
2 Jas D. Plummer, 4 Daniel 1'unmoyer.
Scmmeriiill Township 85 names in wheel ;
1 Patrick MuIIeu,
2 lsauc Pringle,
3 Jchn George,
4 G. W. Kmigh,
5 John Skelly.
G Joseph Sell . rs
7 Daniel Skelly,
8 Henry Carpenter,
9 John M'Kenzie,
10 W. A. Settlenioyer
11 Jacob Prir.gle,
12 Wm. M'Kinney.
;n 42 names in the wheel:
1 w illiam Skcliv, 2 Joseph Ilenner,
3 William Walker.
.-V Mitcai. Mistake. Two gentlemen
were riding m a stage coach, when one
of them, misplacing his handkerchief,
rashly accused the other of having stolen
it ; but scam finding it, had the good man
ners to beg pardon for the affront, Faying
it was a mistake; to which the other re
plied with great readiness, " Don't be un
easy, it was a mutual mistake ; you took
me for a thief, and I took you for a gentleman."
A writer, dwelling upon tb? im
portance of small things, says that he al
ways takes '-note een of a Hrtiw " es
pecially perhaps, if there is a sherry cob
bler at the end of it. . . " .
3- The hist mot of Auber in - that, -hearing
two ladies at the opera sing, in
discord, he exclaimed to a friend,. . I low
difficult it is, my friend, to keep two wo
men in accord '."
C3" A flying machine is in course of
construction, and is being -made on the
model of a wild gor.c . W suppose ..he
inventor sits a? Uie model. ;