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tltmctrat nnb Sentinel.
i LARK AVII-SO, Editor S. Proprietor.
EBENSEURG, MAliCII 22.
THE APPROACHING CONTEST.
The Democratic party has now in the
Ik-Id her choice as the standard bearer for '
the highest ofT.ce in the State, in the per
son of iIiesteh Clymki:, a man of unblem
ished character, acknowledged ability and
long experience in public a (Fairs ; and we
should now prepare to make the coming
campaign one in every respect, worthy of
the great importance involved in the issues j
pet forth in the resolutions adopted by the
late State Convention.
The Democratic party in each county
id:ou!J feel it to be the first duty, to or-
ganlze in each election district, with the j
view to keeping the party fully informed j The boiler attached to Althofs rlain
in relation to the importance and necessi- I ing mill at Erie, Pa., exploded on the
ty of change in the administration of pub- J th ir.st killing one 1,1:1,1 anJ U"ring
lie affairs, by placing in power, men who
are honestly devoted to the principles of
u,e con?i.umon, jinn a spceuy anu .ami- j
f'::! reunion of all the States of the Eeder- I
iA Govf-rnmrnt. In the selection of can- j
di lates, the de'ecates to th County Con-
vfPtiore. rhould have onlv one object in I
i"-.v, tl at of Ptlccliri;r, f:r the difF. iont po-
sitior.s to be filled, pf-rsor.3 who are capa
ble, horcst, tried and true men of the
party ; and in order to effect so desirable
an object, we would most respectfully and
earnestly recommend the appointment of
Fueh men to the County Conventions, as
could not bo influenced by any other mo
tive than the success of Democratic men
and measures. No packing of Conven
tions by the election of designing men as
their own personal promotions, or private
eucccss to satisfy. Let good and true
laen be appointed delegates, without
pledge or promi.-e to particular candidates
hero, there or anywhere ; but let them
in counsel in County Conventions, select
such men for the different offices, as will
insure their success, and who, when elec
ted will faithfully discharge the duties of
their respective positions. In this way,
the interest of the people and the country
will be best subserved.
The following sketch of I'resident
Johnson's demeanor on the occasion of
the delivery of his great speech on the 22d
ult., is from the pen of a radical Con
gressman who edits the Worcester (Mass.)
Sj . We commend to those persons who proof that it is still abroad quite as strong
have hitherto consoled themselves with j as that furnished by the following prayer
the belief that Mr. Johnson was not res- ! mad last Sunday by a radical preacher at
pcnsible for v. hat he said, and who read , Meriden, Connecticut:
v. Ith credulity and delight Oecit?uiui!'s stuff! Not my will, but Thine, O. T.oid, be
about "thancm nonsense" and '-aaci-jtriwj j 'one 5 but if it be cmident with Thy hhj
j, .,.,: . " ;'-(-,'r, we would that thou ,y-.rrv,-7. tu'e-
r. .. , r , , ! OJ'tiji't f'vr 1 'resident Johnson to come up to
His voice is clear, harsh, powerful and j ije.ivc!
pent'tratio-g. When be s.'ems speaking! . T , ,
, .7 i ,, . ; It 1 resident Jotmson sliould be assas-
wuli most cxciten.ci.t, ue is indent i tin- j
eldest man in the world. I watched' him ' 'i'ted, fortunately we will not have as
with the awakened interest of one who much t rouble in finding the conspiratois,
i'ei: the magnitude of the crisis the speak- J a3 VVas taken after the death of Mr. Lin
ing w.is creating, and ion. t-uurmeid that all i !..,..,. i , i j rP. .
, r , ' , , , , : com to seek out his murderers. J his
tii J KtS i' oy," and turn i red, ana ,
fniunt to lr,n.julcvt ciro.un r,, When j M 'r"J blasphemer should not bo for
the tumult of applau.-e which greeted his , gotten, in such a contingency. Joe.
strongest denunciations and most indent i
a it. act wr.
and that r;
arecn 1, thor c-.'J
f,rs.Zh cc.nld le '.-a ca'eida-
entire scene and its acc(rief.
Lct it b.; remembered that this de-scrip- j
tie n is from the pen of an enemy. '
Thk present Congress passed, without j
hesitation, a bill which contemplated an !
.. r i v i
p r annum fur the maintenance of negroes.
Andrea' Johnson -ttoed it, and the Dan- I
oerat.e par!) tutained him. ad !lri- "ot allowed Ao see any of the pcr-
Tl.e same Congress has neglected to ap-! fo,"'n:ince 1,J f('t!ic the
. ,. . collectors. e can hear the animals
propnate one cent to tlie cci-iahzatiou and i - , , , , .. .
11 1 ; growling inside, ar.d hear the crack oi the
payment of bounties due white soldiers. i ringmaster's whip, but we can't see the
The Democratic iiarhj demand that thtey show unless we pay for two and take in a
shall do so, and Andrew Johmon it ivith ' colored lady. And the worst of it is they
j. . I keep a great eagle perched over the cn-
,,. .r. , , ,r, trance, which, if you attempt to go back,
Av no are the soldiers friends? Tnose ; swoops duwn on vou an1 pU.Us hole in
who postpone his interests to the tleva- yol,r bead. We justly think this is un-
lion of tha negro, or those who demand reasonable; they ought either to let us
that the elevation of the negro shall be Pa?i or refund our money and tie up
, , . . , n,u . thc eagle,
postponed to his interests? lhe people!
ill answer at the polls Age. j B- A 8irb hound to a family at Liteh-
i... jfield, Montgomery count1, III., recently
IIarkishl-kc; Ei.kctiok. Tlie city clec- ll,,no a ''ttle boy, in retaliation for a whip-
tion in I Fin ishin g was held on Friday
and resulted in the election of the entire
Democratic ticket. Mr. Edwards Dem
ocratic candidate for Mayor, obtained a
majority of 147 votes over Mr. Kepner,
Tins season it is thought that the Vir
ginia tobacco crop will be about one-third
ol'nhiU it was before the war.
O" Twelve million dollars worth of
glass was produced in Pittsburgh last year.
The amount of national currency is
sued during the week ending March 10
The disbursements and transfers of the
j Treasury Department for the week ending
j March 19 amounted to 12,773,297 83.'
The disease prevalent among the cai-
tie of Montgomery county is similar to
the foreign cattle plague.
C5r A horrible case of infanticide was
brought to light in New York recently, a
now-born infant was cruelly roasted alive.
The Secretary of War directs the mus
ter out of forty-three Assistant Quarter
masters of volunteers.
The municipal authorities of Georgetown,
D. C, have presented to the President
resolutions endorsing his policy of restora
tion. The new spring bonnet lias made its
appearance. It is called the ''Gipsy,"
and is said to look like anything but a
It is understood that the government
intends to order the must or out of fortv
tllOU!!an( n0,rro troop, nuw stationed in
3- Edward P.ates, of St. Louis, who j
w.-.s Attorney General under Presidi-nt j
Eincoln, has written a strong letter against j
the vetoed freedmen's bill.
p-iJ- Heavy rains have been falling in I
Kentucky, and the tributaries of the Ohio j
are swolen beyond precedent. The Lick- )
ing river rose fourteen feet in one day.
The Louisville Journal contains a call
for a "grand mass meeting of the friends
of President Johnson's restoration policy,"
to be held in that city on the 7th of May.
The city of St. Paul, Minn , having
refused to settle a claim of JSl o.OOO pre
sented by the gas works, its streets and
pub.:c buildings are consigned to darkness.
C2 1 1 is a very remarkable tact (ob-
PPrvPS tie Hartford 7W.--) since the days
of the second Adams, the opponents oi
the Democracy have elected bid three
Presidents ; that each of these Presidents
have died in office ; and that each of the
Vice Presidents who took their places have
been compelled to differ from the policy of
the President whom he succeeded. That
the hand of Providence is manifest in the
most recent change, no rllective mind
that accepts the doctrine of Providential
influences in the affairs of men, and real
izes the true situation of our country, can
for a moment doubt. The partisan polit
ical clergymen who, some time ago, so
noisly affirmed the fact, spoke more true
than they realized.
We have heard a good deal from the
Pepublican newspapers about the "spirit
of Wilkes booth," but we have never seen
VoUMH-S IN OnIC PAHAfiKArH. The
flllovvi,,.:r '"iihle hit is as irresistible in
argument as it is in humor. We quote
"um the Charlottesville Chronicle:
seems to us as hard to get in the Fn-
ion as it is to get out. The South re-
spectfully a?ks to move one way or the
"ill, r; We arc ,ike the fl!I:nv uho w:ls
forced to go to the show, and then not al-
lowed to go any further than where he had
paid tor bis ticket. We have been dfag-
ged into the doorway of the Federal ter.t,
ping'his mother had given her.
It is reported that a vessel from the
F'nited States with arms for the Liberals
was captured bv a French war vessel and
taken to Biera.
j Cv5 Vigorous attempts are being made
to admit the new States of Colorado and
Nebraska into the Union.
! Ten dollar notes of a spurious charac
i ter on the Easton Dank, are in circulation.
j Hcmornt anb Sentinel
EBENSBUKG,:::::: MAKCII 22, 1SCG
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tonow ten here on .Monday last to
the depth of about four inches.
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CvT j.t is said that the wile of Ilowscr j
has become insane in consequence of the
evil doings of her husband
Representative Pershing presented
recently in tlie Legislature, the petition of!
eight hundred workin-men of Johnstown
in favor of the eight hour system.
that place incorporated into a cy by a
majority of forty-five votes.
ear After the first of April next, the
Z'Moe,Y,f an'1 ScnU'd office wiU bc rcnl-
ved to the brick buildin-r on the corner of
tv , , n , . ,
lligh and LL-ntre streets, now occupied bv
TMe , ' i
Thomas C alien, immediately west of Mr.. !
C3-Those of cur readers who may wish I
to purcliaso valuable personal property,
should not fad to attend the public sale I
of Capt. M. M. Adams, to come off at '
Cresson, on Saturday, the 21th of March. !
See advertisement in another column. '
ijcj n u mui iiei", i ouii' mini en.- !
r' ; 5 i
plove l at a steam saw mill in this neigh- i
borhood, rccentlv had one of his les bro- !
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ken and other i.M ji ii's infiict:-d on liis oer- !
son uy uL-ing caugui m me lacKiing o;
The Sheriff of Cook county, Illinois,
writes to Johnstown, asserting that the
foolish story recently si t afloat by the Al
Irjhitman, concerning the hanging of Jo
seph Moore, tVe. , is without foundation,
and a fabrication from beginning to end.
S3" The man Valentine, arrested in Al-
toona and lodged in the I Iollidaysburg jail, ;
a few weeks, ago, on the charge of haing
stolen an overcoat in Cambria county, has
been remanded to the Juniata county jail
charged with stealing a horse.
Apilications for licenses from Kb-
ensburg and Johnstown, except those for ;
regular hotels, presented at last term, were 1
held over until the Ar-ument Court, which !
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citizens, we understand, have been rcmon- !
strating against the granting of so many j
licences, Vihieli accounts for the action
of the court.
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k. iiil y uniiiui ii i uuiiLiu S tllilt ,
outrage upon the person o! a little girl who :
was one of bis scholars, has just been i
pardoned by Gov. Curtin.
tfsr The Pittsburgh Conference of the
E. Church, recently in session at j
Washington, I'a., made the following ap- j
pointments for the F.lairsville District: j
Presiding Elder, Thomas M'Clearv. i
Johnstown, J. U. Uber ; Mill Creek" ami i
Conemaugh, C. II. Jackson; Ebensburg, I
A. I laker. Joseoh lYr.-hin". I
S3" A bill for the incorporation of the lli''ch ai1'1 ,ll!rs- l'n.lict fur, PintiiF. . Ck,rn Meal, S3" 75 ; Wheat, $2. 10 s2.3o " I'hilphia Express at 9 c5 a In
im 1 i- 1 i -t i , , ! Samuel Smith, vs. W . II. Gardner oc ' - r ,ut ' . t, -. - - , 7 East Lme b.-aves at 10. :jy r, -
Elackhck Kailroad Company has been ; r, . , . c , . .. r an1 c--' V bushci ; 1.3c, o , bo, ami 1 , f ' -
1 y to. Appeal. erdict for phnntill for ; n- Ui-.ttei- J11 -.r 1 -. r S1't!l i '"'n "liVes at ''-n-3 p 1:1
presented to the Eegislature by C. L. j fiq- g- 1 ! JoC ' 7' ttU' o( ,S:l oc P?r ' ritt.ou-h & Erie Jlf.i! at 7. a . t
Pershing, Esq. i " Michael Uaniff, vs. Korough of 1- b,s- t "' Zl7 " ci Ld A '"A " M;1 Accomm..xlaticn at 4.22 p la
, ... , l ,, 1 . ,.r " -, , ana l,Lr -o.en , Ci-ner.-eod, 4.oJ ( t.ast 1'l.d.idc-h.hia Express at 8.31 t n
At an elec.ionl.dd in Altoona re- nonuUed. x bu,,,, Ti.uotliysecd. - Fast lne leavA at S-Jlan
cen.lv, the citizens decided against having The Wav to Make MosKY.-Giranl, j ;cJ '---i? Ui'd 75 ' I JVS'g8. f 'u ? !-
t ,r . . , . . . " ; tie.-i me, i. eiuis iv ania lvaiuoa.i, aim j . 1 .1 , . , 1 -" "-o j-y v;rtu0 ,,j a!1 L,rter of lhe Orphans O C.t
James Moms, a school teacher m Carroll : .as about a mile east of Hillside station, ! :ir c-xc!us-ve,y in gla-. and neicr nr.- i jj ,.f ti.L. Cuoatv of Ca-nbria t' euu W -.,!
township, this county, who was sentenced : a brakesman named James Wilson, was , ',-er circumstances by tne gallon or tlie , W;U ,...U:C at lhc hu; ,,;
. ; ! .i . p , i - ' oarrel. Imnotors .vA imitators are abroad, (. .- , , r -o
by Judge Taylor, six years ago, to under- "ning along the tops of toe cars h.s loot ; iUjJ tho ,n ,v SAwird the ,.uUio i:as ' e0 (f w
go an imprisonment often years in the dh .l? V. j agiinst th,m U to ,ee that the iVittcr, 1
.,-,, - , . wneeis -a.-seu over mm Killing mm in-M,ay have the engraved label an note ot i ' , ' W r ,,,r.r ' ; i,
V. estern 1 enitontiary lor nernetrattu"- an i H ,.. ., 1 . , i- i- in 1 1 .-tr tt . . r o .: 1 : dav, the todowmg real estate of waieti
j i l,"5 ! stantlv and mangling linn very badly. 1 hand ot Messrs. Ilosietter & .Smitn, and o.ir t . , r n . v. i .
,, T , . , . . , ! one to a man ot tlie J-x-i.TOvernor s years, r,r Cnv-i-v-nov -thm lirowiiiTu
Kev. I. C. Pershing has been continued j , , r. , ,, . ; ' r ONl 1 1U-N -lfr nr;. fA oaoNciuiK-.
! tor our venerable tricnd must be well nigh : C ot Giis. Coi.ik, and alt 1 hmat and Lung
as 1 resident of the Pittsburgh Female j eighty-five years of age, and though re-j Affections. The only obj-ct of the adverti
College. j taming his "faculties in a remarkable de- wr in sending tlie Prescription is to benefit
I uree. can ill withstand the shock of r.oci- ! the afUicted, and spread information which
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Korbeuy. A German" named John !
l.ornicK, owns a building on i-rankhn ! L :iGnibcrsburj Jejuni ton.
street, in Johnstown, a portion of which ! , 'T'TC i
, . , , , ,. . . t line citizens of Allegheny township,
he has been in the habit of renting as a ', . , i . i
Armstrong county, are much excited over
grocery stand, while he and his family j tie discovery of a substance closey resem
oceupied another portion of it. Persons . bliug gold. It is found in a ilinty bluish
wiio have leased from llornick have lost j rock saiJ to be a species of quartz. The
i . i ..i , ' i , -r ! discovery was made on Pine run, on a
hcavny in both goous and money. Mr. c , 7. . ,T ,-, ' .
J farm belonging to Air. Gorman. It is
Stephen L. arner, the present occupant, j ?tateJ Ui;U PlK:ciraens ot tl:e ore have been
recently placed a watch in his store who j forwarded to the assay office in Philadel-
discevered llornick entering it through a I phia to have it tested.
sliding door in the roar of the building in
geniously constructed for the purpose,
when he was arrested. A search was
instituted, which resulted in finding a
large amount of stolen goods in bis pos
session. A young girl, an adopted daugh
ter of llornick, testified that he and his
wife had been engaged in stealing from
thc store for many years, llornick and
his wife were brought to this place on
Monday of last week and lodged in jail.
Died On Wednesday evening, Fob.
28th, of a lingering illness, Miss Maggie
Smay, in the 26th year of her age.
Cot rt Pi.oceeoin.;. The jury trials
for the second week of March Term, 1SG6,
Ves"lwd as iollnvs:
j Kobcrt Ptirdy, vs. Lueinda Purdy.
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i .uivorce. ,jurv caned anil sworn
find the defendant guilty of Adultery since
I her marriage with the plamtifr.
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A. I. Ilarres. Summons Debt. erdict
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i v- i i ks c .
David U. Pad?n, Attorney in fact, vs.
'r tt , t.- t-v i . i- .
V, 1. ilarres. Summons Debt. eidiet
I nomas W I Piu ,rsnn our nlliorc vc
IVter Kerrigan, vs. Mary Ann M'Ken-
' zic and oth(- ?ciere Facias Stir Murt-
! V or p.ainnn Jor i, ia.
: 1 l'ter I-fhart, Alienee, &c, vs. Adam
j lfie great Pennsylvania Milliontire used to
j say that it cost more anxiety to save the
uiMci.iniu uiaiianv .111. 1 k or s.ioj;i.
.'-I AHA .1 ' tT. 1 .-k r..-v.-. .1 - . . v
, aftenvarLs. Or.o of our readers informs
I us that he has discovered a very easy wav
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in, iLiuuusmu.u: 1 ') -
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S Lis go(;ds at . S. barker s C-nt
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tah More, lie tau.Ks he can save one
thousand dollars in this way before long,
amI tI,:it ot!"T PcoPle can ll tl,c sr,!n0 f!
thov will onlv give Parker u trial. lie
has a fuW l on hand, v.d.ich he
very low. Any person wishii.g to
Vchase a set cheap, will do well by call-
Z the old stand of E. J. Mills
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Death h aimjants Signed. 1 he fate
c IT , , - . -
ot llouser and Pmser and of Christian
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Ltrger, is settled at lat. lhe Harris-
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luiS lih'iraph, of Saturday evening,
says: "Governor Curtin this morning
j issued warrants for the execution of IIou
; ser and I .user, the murderers of Miss Polly
: Paul, of Cambria county, and Christian
b.'rger, the murderer of Miss Mary Watt,
! of Gcrmantown. The warrants iix the
! execution of the two first on
April 20, and the latter, Friday, April
Tiie PiKAsr C"MiT.i.i.v;i to Disgoiiue.
Messrs. Smith ec Martin, agents of th
New Orleans bankers, who claimed tore
cover 50,000 in gold seized by II. F.
butler, when he was in command at New
Orleans, succeeded on the 20th ult., in
satisfying their claim, and the full amount
with interest was paid They attached
.Mr. Lutlers property in cr York, which
ie had inherited from his brother, and
thus compelled the satisfaction of the
'1:""n- Thc t P'"l was about
S1SO.OOO. Tt lUr.Iv tl.o rrrnn.lnps nf
aw to see this bottled rovie c:inMit in it
fuMs ,U1(I m,Je tQ rcstore at leu;t a rurt
of his plun ler.
Ii.. . I- !
i,i:Aa.,sii.v:, iyiu.i-.i on : HE l LNNsyi.-
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..m v it.Mi.iiu.in. vii t eiuiesiiav aiier-
KAii.noAi). On v eiines.lay alter-
is a freight train which was coming
on the Pennsylvania Kaiiroad, and
i nil. kri .1 t ifiniitit tvin tt'iii.-.li ,,wi2 j.fitliiir
II -'II l. It .11.11.111 11(1)11 TI1I V I I'
The unfortunate man resided in Conne-
maiigh and has a wife and four children
a lie remains were taKe-n
there during the evening. Pitts Post.
I A i T'l m-M r Ti k T..'r .(li i- l?i rvi p Cl-i
Thursday evening 'la sr, as Ex-Governor
Kitner was entering tlie house of Mrs.
Uitner, his daughter-in-law, in this dace,
he 1111 on the pavement, lacerating the
b:ick !a,t ot 1,is head antl severely
"""l that be lay insensible for some
,ime- 'Fhe accident was a very painful
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Cig-James M. Wells, Esq., Democrat,
was elected Mayor of Millville, New Jer
sey, on Tuesday last, by eighty-nine ma
jority. This is a change of some sixty
votes since the - previous contest in that
place, and it is a good beginning for the
young city of Millville.
It was officially announced in the
Council of Petersburg, Va., on Monday
afternoon, that the small-pox had broken
oat in that city.
Mr. Wm. Bass, a citizen of Clioe
taw county, Alabama, was murdered in
his bed a few nights ago by a negro.
Enr.xsnt KG, March 20, I860. Corn
is selling at Si. 00 per bushel ; Butter, 3.5
cents per pound : Eggs, 2-c per dozen ;
I l.ouns 0 -.ml 1 o!l r..... l..,.:?.l
i ( i., wi n.i . i. : .. o w- r. t:
' ! , .! -'. '"'j 'V o? -t
i Si0' Clovcrseed 53.o0 ;
i l.otleo. . . -V and 40e ner noun 1 : Mai.tssp;
7 - ' ' '
i 90c; per gallon ; Svrun, Nl.2.) and l. 0O;
! ,, 1 f . ."-, ,
i brown Sugar, I to 20e per pound:
! hue, 22 to 2oc; lice, 4oc; ool, o0c:
... ' , 0, . ' ' . ' '
' rlour 5IO.0O to fcl l.oO per barrel :
Thi3 following report of the Philadel
phia Markets, is copied from the 'a'urdiy
. Evemny iW, dated M:irch 24, ISoC
j F!ouP, j?6.2o, S7, $S.2o 611 and $15
, rer b.lrre.! - i?,e Fisi, ilUi f-,4.
j Cattle during the past week smiountrd to
suppjy 01 iieet i
t 1 . k I . .1 'Tt ! T 1 i
lio'j neao. liic urioes re: i zw
j f: '11 "4 1Gc lb. 12o Cows
l''1 l?m U) l , J
i IIoSs 'iuI 1 Slt '-" M and Slo,2o
i p.T 100 11 s. Sheen u0"0 head wc-rc
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. disposed of :t from 7 and 8 per io. 1
f The following report of the Pittsburgh j
! markets is copied from the Post of the!
20th ir.stunt :
eat, SI. 90 and 2.00 per bushel:
; Corn. CO and CZc ; K;.e, 73 and 74c ;!
j 1S 50 and 10.Z0 per b,,- ;
r 4C UvA 5 L-?
j lL Hi"
I De Las Bkick. Sambo Who frew j
dat las' brick ?
Pomnev What las' brick ?
De brick uhat sma.be 1 de colored bu-
Pompey Why, Andy Johnson frew
oohv . out tie trow strong.
An Immense Km Hjrat lou.
An immense en'r-iti m v:i! r.'i.i
iiilo turt b-'Utlieru M.ii.s wiz ti.- rest- r.i-
tioa ef pe.ic-.-. T.rnif..:. !s A so'itTn-rn ret'.i-
gvs. from ad the tmVuS aud eili-.-s ' ti.e
j North, v.id return hoii.e : th-.u.-au.l.s oi
liortntra s -:.::ers w;.i iiiove in tt.e same
set'. iC, in tue Ci'et b.n
anioug their southc-m Lrcthre
I ia ol-cdierit-e to the law
of tk-mand nn.l
mpply, thousands of northern farmers, m?
c!i:tiiics. and laborers, will swell the mighty
volume for the repcopling ai,d rf building the
waste places ot 'ti;e sunny .Smth." Ia
antie'iji.itioii i i this gr.iij'i tdversioit (f tiie
tide of emigration, and from ti e incrcas'i.
j dt-inands upon them, the pr priet-.r.- of
Ajn UVITKUS are putting up ad.'hri.nal
i ,inll,s:ui,;s of ix..xes of their universally n-
IMS rLTTEifS C'ELKBIt A'i'El) S 10.M
uh'.r tonic and alterative.
j We have the testimony of soldiers, sailors
travelers, trapptrs. ndr.ers emigrai.ts. i.-fu
I Sees, farmers and planteis, X-rtsi and -aith.
I 'a cloud of witnesse-." that as a stifo and
reliable remedi ii agent, an i as a pr te: ti u
.g;.inst nil the cotr-idaints im idei.t t expo
sure, privations, changes of climate. :; :,
i water, and habits of b!e. liOS t !. I i .;: .
j Dp- Till'S, u-cd as directed, are worth their
j It '
w-i r n
id, North or South. Cuminu-
I ,0,. O.-.l 1
I U..IU. I.
.i proper ta state t'.at the Ritfirs
proprietary stamp over the cork of the but
The advertiser, having been restored to !
health m a low weeks by a very simple!
' , ... ."ir i
t remedy, alter having sutiere-d f.r several
.., , r. - , ,, ,
; yer.is with a severe lung afieclin, and that
. i ii -
ne;'.ii tiiseasc, iii.-uhiihk ai is anxious to
, , ' r ...
make known to his ftllow-sutierers the
means of cure
To all who desire it, he will send a copy
of the pre.-eripiieMi used (free of charge)
with the directions f r preparing ami using
the same, which thev will lind a fnt'-: t i re
he conceives to be inva, liable, and be hopes
nr tnr, r.r ,e , ' ! irv r.-.-.'... v - it iv i ' 1
rery stnlercr wi.i tr ins remeo., .t it wi.i
C'-t them nothing, aua may prove a b.ess-
Parties wi.-hing tlie prescription, free,
by return mail, will (lease address
Kev. EDWAKD A. WILSON,
Williamsburg, Kings Co , New York
Feb. 1, 1800. ly.
EiiROUS OF YOUTH.
A Gentiernan who suffered for jears from
Nervous Debility, Premature Decay, and all
tlie affects of youthful indiscretion, will, for
the sake of suffering humanity, send free to
all who need it, the receipt and directions
for making the simple remedy by which he
was cured. Sufferers wishing to profit by
tlie advertiser's experience, can do so by
JOHN B. O G DEN
No. 1.1 Chambers St., New Y'ork.
Feb. 1st, 1800. ly.
STRANGE, BUT TRUE.
Every young lady and gentleman in tlie
United States can heai something very
much to their advantage by return mail (free
of charge.) by addressing the undersigned.
Those having fears of being humbugged will
oblige by not noticing thi. card. All others
will please addresstbt.tr obedient sei vaut,
TI10S. F. CHAPMAN,
831 Broadway, New York.
Feb. 1 166G. lv.
1 r o emu, t , -t li-.nt - . ......... - t' '.1
ECENSBUI.G & CUESSOX RAILhoAb
On and after Monday, Nov'r. 20. JSfj"
j trahiS ", t5: will run follows :
l.r.A r. f.i: Kit --.. C(j
.At A. -'.I., connecting with tie Li -
T Vf.r'-i-.- T- 1.0 'in PO- -...7 V-.:..
At 8'0 l - competing with Ah,,,
Aceora. West and Mail l-.t.
j -vt . 50 A. M.. or cn dvpirtur'? rf P v
i .;i v,t
i "rie 1 Wert.
j AlT;---'J 1 - c- ' ''-1 J-" Tre..:.
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i LNOCtl IXWI, Ge:.. Su't.
r.OBT. I'lTCAIKX, Supt. Pitts. D:v.
ri:xvNsyi.ANiA centrat" ii. i:.
Trains, dej art A ma Crison .a.ia as
Vest Iia.it Express leaves at ft.
11 12.S-; .1
On a::d ai-ikk Monpay, Nct 20th. 1-
t...:. . .. 01 1 1- i .
c.-.rner of Washlncton and Libert v stacxN
! 'Vl o--- H0"'" : v -
i 1A LXP,.i Leave 1 ittsburga r..
a. 1.1.. stcn.i:-.g at tne pr:::cu..il sta-
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Lock Il.iver. l':10p. .-:,.. IIarrb r.r-
:0? 1 :n- B '''rit 5:2' p. ir... New
, ii'i.-i, ... .viic.o .-. 1; i":--,o ;,. t:i., ruiiaoei
; p;i::j 5:10 p.m.. n:A New Yvrk. via Pi.il-
. adoid at 10:27 p. n..
, CiNCINXATI L.M'xlESS Leaves ritts-
8:15 p. m.arrivins at PLiUdcli hla -
"AiL " TRAIN Lea v P:tibu-a at
11:40 a. it,., st ipi.';i 'at !.c-.lv a!l Stati.-cs.
n:iu a. in., st pp.: ' at i.c-'.nv a.:
A!:o. .a ii G;05 .:. m.. hi riving i.t II j
at 12:23 a. m , and ri.i!ade-V:.ia a
j a-. PHILADELPHIA F.XP?XS
j p-.c-" d St;v
jo p. r.i., ttopj .inr tn.y at
ns. Arrives at Lit." L-.-I
na S:10 i . m., Il.-.n is'-'Ur
': 10 a.
ivti-.ii ic . :00 a. r.i., l-.v
out avn 10:00 a. in., l'hilaK-l-and
X-,w Y.rk, via ridla-
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S!ec .iz.z Oars 'rui
! t:.i l;:i tram irora l'itts!'i;r -a t.
i ti.iiore a:.d ri.ii.tdelpi.ia, nu l to New
! York, via Al t nto.vn.
j FAT LINE. Leaves I'ittfcburgli at 10;-
i vu p. m., j i ;: g otitv at ir:i.c:i.a
t- ! pr. g o:dy at principal b:..-
; t...iis. Anivt-s at Altoona at 3. On a. ia .
II.irri.-l nvz S:l", a. m., P.a.tim.. rt 12: .30
p- m., N 1 :ki, via AUentowa S:4'. p.
! m- lbiladcUd.ia 1:10 p.m., ar.d New
Yolk, via Philauelpliia at 5.42 p. m.
Brot'a.tf. f Dinner. Sn.r.cr.
nil other (rain Sundays c;
J Ull X SToy x a CCO M M ODA'I It
daily, exempt Sun,1. ay, at 4:15 . m. V -j ::.g
at regul-.r st-:?i-'-ns between P'ittsbrrgt; nr.l
C-::ema'igh, and c nnectins at IS; airsvibe
Ii.'.i'r-f-e'i n with trsiitis of Indiana P.r..U-i
ai. ! We-t lYni.sv i vani i Kiilr al.
A I. TOO X A ACCOM MODATION, -iiy.
f-xcej t Sunday, at 7:10 a m, st'pj ing at all
regt.b:r jtatiens betwt en Pi:r-1 nrgh and
a an 1 maLi
.n It. .liana Br
. We.-t Pennsv'va
and Cro-oTi 1! II,
and lb.llidavsburg Biauch.
Orplians Court alp.
A certain piece r paicel of land situate ia
Sainnie! hiil town.-h.p, c unty afTiSaId.be
i:ig the Skuili end of the tract of v. hie a it i
a j-.irt : Beginning at a post, a corner of
, ... .. c , . . -.tTr
thence V. i rst bv hne of Ianu ( f srod M Dunn,
, . - ., , ,
13o perches to a p .s : thence North bv hi. e
, , , c , . i !.- - i -- .
oMund of Patrick M ixirmick oo perches to
i . , . . . -e , ,
I a pest ; thence throiigli the tract of wli:cli it
i . f ' . , . , .
is a part, .-,a.-t l.bj perches to stones;
thence !y land if .lor.n t rammer routa o
perches to the place of beginning. Cont.ili.iug
and sixty live perches, be the same more cr
Ti )) One half cf the purchase money
to be paid on cordirinatiou of the sile, aud
the reidue in one year thereafter, with
inteicst, to I'C sccun-d by the Mortgage aud
! Judgment lv'tid of tlie purchaser
; Av-T-r r i
CATHARINE CONNELLY, Es'x.
March 21, lt.00 Gt.
LLOYD St, CO,,
B A NKERS,
Lhens'nvrij, Ca;nbria dainty, Vennsylcania.
HOLD. SILVER, GOVERNMENT PONDS
(J and other securities bought and sold.
Interest, all. .wed c-a time deposits. Collec
tions made on all accessible points in the
United States, and a General Banking
business transacted. fMirch 1, ISod.tf.
sTMTPetteiigill & Co.
Advertising Agents. 37 Park. Row
New York, and 10 Slate street, Boston,
are the authorized Agents for the Dem
ocrat Sen'tinei.," and the most influen
tial and largest circulating Newspapers in
the United States and Canadas. They
are empowered to contract for us at our
p ARPENTF.R'S RHEUMATIC FLUID, f r
(j sale at the Book Store of
Feb. 22, 1800. JAMES MURRAY
S3TA letter lias been received from
General Scott, unhesitatingly endorsee
all that President Johnson uttered in h-
1 speech on the 2 2d.