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CLARK UILSO.,E(lllor& Proprlttoi.
EBEXSBURG, MARCH 29,:
Vktokd. Governor Curtin has vetoed
the Philadelphia and Krie Railroad bill,
rcccntlv missed, which surrendered about
.. - . , i . , J ection was held yesterday, and lesulted in
one third of the State to the control of ihut . c . " nsmau in
, , I t"e success of the Democratic ticket bv
corporat.on. lae Governor served thej110 m.,je,nty, b..;IlR a l)emocratic gain
bill just right, and deserves the thanks of since last fail of Li.'j. The Republicans
the people for defeating the measure and
rebuking a corrupt Legislature.
C3 President Johnson has been elected
a member of the Manhatten Club, the
Democratic organization on Fifth avenue,
New York. lie has accepted the election,
and has also agreed to sit for a full length
ponrair, wmcn is to ue painted lor me
Club. Thus we have additional evidence j
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that our noble President, the upholuer of
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the Constitution and defender of the peo- j
pie's rights, continues steadfast in his love
for Democratic principles.
PpTr.OLIXlI A BUSINESS AND NOT A SPECU
LATION. When men cf the national repu
tation c the directors ct the ileno U.I and i
Land Cmpar.y Associate ia a Petroleum !
enterprise we feci sure that it is no longer
a su-ccu'.atK.a, 1 ut a business Our rtadeis i
fl'or,-!,, f,,.; 7 ,.lvt',..n:,,.t r tl,A
Ilcco Oil and Land C anpaay.
lie n. Ccix&v.x A. Guw, is President. This
Compai.y, r rgaiiized on a magnificent scale,
p-ropcscs to make Tctro'eum a I uaiucss like
goh!, le.d, copper, iron, coal, and as experi
ence warrants us in -believing, fir more
f roEtAllc than tither. Tie Company, it !
will be seen, owi.s twelve hue. lied acres in
the oil region, the largest estate jeihajs
owned by any one company. The $io:k is
SO guaranteed agaiiui lots b-j dcjuit in tiie
Xalioncl Treasury, or in Goi u-in ten! S':ciri
ties, Put it lcco;a-:e tii tital!; it L .jal Tender
Oil S!c;: E.ry share will be iteleeiucd ut
par c i: prr.-tiitation at thee hi re of the Com
pany. We may venture thu lelief, however,
that under ti e management cf the gentle
men in the BiarJ, and with the immense,
develops. ent fund, the pr fit will be so largo
that no hokler of Ih-no Sfeck will ever care
to Lave his money returned.
laJ Stevens said duriiv' the last
Congress that "This Union never shall, j
with my consent, b restored under the
Constituti-.n as it is." The old traitor,
assisted by Wiisrn, r.nl Samner, with in
struments unJjf hi.-, (-ontred sueli as Par-
her and others, is now laboring to prevent
a restoration of the Union under the CYn
stitution. For a time it was thought he
might prove successful in his efforts. Put
brave Andy Johnston has taken his stand
upon the Cen.-titution ; the mrt-3 of the
people manifest u deteiininatiou to stand
by th President, and the indications are
that the c-tforis of Stevens and other rope
deserving traitors will be defeated and the
country w i. I yet be restored. Patriots, if '
vlui love vour country, fear your God, and i
delight not in human degradation, it de
volves upon you to stand by Andrew John
ton a hjng as he stands by the Constitu-tio.-r
O.XI.T O.NL. DoiXU: lull THE Sr.XTIXF.I-.
We will send the Sentinel to any address I
for six months, for Onk Doi.t.ak ! We j
tru?t our friends and Democrats generally
throughout the county, will send us a large :
miruKr of new subscribers. Whenever i
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an eilort is made subscribers are readily i
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oi.uneu. v no wouiu nui give a uouar
lor t'ae St-ntuH-l during the next six mon'hs !
ot this exciting campaign? Our paper'
will soon be unencumbered with many of j
the advertisements which are now in it s'
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columns, and ,t wad then contain a larger j
am.v.mt ot j ohtic.-il and general informa- !
ti -n than at present.
Any person sending us six or more sub- I
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SCl lbers for MX months, .icctimmrued v. ill.
six months, accompanied with I
the nn poy, w ill receive tiie paper for that
length of time gratis.
,xow, democrats, go to work: Aid us ;
in circulating correct information in up- j
huldinu the Constitution ihc President
.t . - i r ti .- . ivLLiii. n .ii.iiiiia.il .ut- conieiieraiion oi
the pnneiples of the Democratic party. ; , . w -
. , 1 ' : ? tiit os. e gave to congress and to our
I.y a united c-hort, we can rout the hs- COU!1try all that was asked, whether of
union, negro-worshiping, forces give a j men or niean3.
larger Democratic majority next fall than i e f'-Tgot self, and in tho face of
ever before give:, in Cambria count v, mid nK,1,''.'?",!'' ns.iults, slanders murder?,
,i , -. , . , 1 " 1 proscriptions aibitary arrests and unre-
thus contribute towards securing the elec-, i .- . J . '
, , 1 lenung political pcrsicutions tramped ear-
Uon of oar ncble standard bearer. j nestly on, asking only that the country
The New Castle 77, announces b reStored lo Peace anJ the U"
that the Jersey Oil Company recently sue- j flie war was ended,
cessfully tubed their new well at Arm- ! The bloody tale was told,
btrong's Fording, on Slipperyrock-creek, Our armies wer.e disbanded.
and that it is now pumping and flowing ! . We fc'U leased to think the gigan
111,, , r,-, tic work had been done so quickly, and as
two hundred barrels per day. Ihc well . - ... i nu as
, , 1 . , , , ! wc were reaching out to take our brothers
was sunk to a uepth ot two hundred and j by the hand and go forth together binding
twenty-seven feet. ; up wounds aul smoothing down the
Iowa Citt, Iowa. Democrats have
carried the charter election in this city by
nearly 100 majority an immense pain.
Democrats are jubilant. A full set of
Republican city officials are thrown over
board. Omaha, Nebraska. At the charter
election in this city the Democracy have
completely turned the tables and elected
their whole ticket. A great gain.
Kastox, March IT. Our borough el-
carried the town last fall bv 15. Of tiie
twenty-six Districts in the count', the
Democrats have elected their tickets in
twenty-three, and the Disunionists the
other three. In several districts the
Democrats ran two tickets for the sake of
ha ing opposition.
lh.monn, the home of John Cessna,
has joined in the Democratic revival. ( )n
i i'uuv tasi uie spring election rcsuitea in
lLi wlse :
Bi:imiu March IT, ISGo. TheDem-
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ocratic L'ain in Ledtor 1 borouih and town-
sbiu 011 thc vute for Ju.,g0 W.)S forty.six
Aurora, 111., formerly one of the strong
republican towns, has ol.eteda Democratic
mayor. The isue was Johnson or anti
Johnson and the president was sustained.
1-Ji.MOCKAm: ict.iiiv ix Youk. Pa.
l Oi.K la. .Uureti It.. 1 lie victorious
Democracy are .iihng the town with shouts
0tf exultation at the election of David
Chief Rargess, by three hundred
" '"r"15 iii..i-iiiv ; ii lai-e JJcmu
A.THfcH DuMoci; vnc Ak;toi:y?
A private letter from Millersburg, Dau
phin county, daied this morning (17th.)
states that the Democracy, yesterday,
elected the whole Rorough Ticket, by an
average majority of tnirty-jice. Lat fall
Gen. Ilartranl't had timty-thrte majority.
'Ih;s gives a Democratic g:iin of Sixty
r.i;:rr votes in that borough. Good for
Milleisburg and her gallant Democracy !
Push on the column.
Tin: Democratic gain in New Hamp
shire, since last fall, is two iisousani.
nvr. iH N!!;::u von:.s ! Last fill the Re
publican majority was 7,.j')'). This
is glorious enough for thai benighted re
giou. FA LS E PR ETEXCES.
I'eople of Amei ica !
Working men, voting men, tax-payers
and brethren !
Pause from your labors and look abroad.
Halt the team ia the furrow: rest ll.e
hammer on the anvil ; sit the axe down be
side you in the forest ; rest on your spade j
pause for a moment by your work bench ;
draw the thread slowly through th wax
and the garment ; straitrhtta in. from la-
b. r t j ret vo-ir achin ' bad: :.A tell ns
afh-r vou have t'.i u-ht or read these
tilings, who are tho traitors of our coun
try There is treason in the land, but thank
(.oi it is not"in the hearts of the people,
nor the President whom the people sup
port. The war has proved a mi-rahlv cow
ardly, expensive, murd reus failure. When
the call to arms broke over this country,
its horrid danger sounding more terribie
than a fire bell by night, men were wan
ted to subdue the n. hellion and preserve
tb integrity of the I'nion.
i'Tuc Union fvixrer .'"'
How these words rang over tho coun
try. They tl.tshed iik-i lightning over the
land they were borne by the winds over
the or-jad pararies of the west they were
shaice.'i into camps from the long arms of
the forests they were born down every
i stream bv the current thev were Mioniod
hy tUa voUI, mcilj j)niycj f,v l!ie olJ mcu.
woiked with aching ii;m-rs and blistering
tears of women into liags and hospital
?-"inei.t.-wcre burnt into the hearts of
the people as w it.', a hue of hot steel,
".e I ni-;l.i',v..'trr
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oniess .ailed unon us.
ca'.ied upon u-.
The graves cf patiiots called upon us.
110 ble-sed memory of the noble past
l"JiUtc' P tlus 1!.3 ble.-sed hope of a
nappv future beckoned us to come to the
n,tl uf L1,(0,j an1 danc(l ;n t,o
death to the wild music of the sabre, the
mu-ki t, the bayonet and the cannon the
ve!l ut brave m.-n, the n, igli of wounded
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wiunca ....ii tin. ''iu.iiij oi iiiu,r wairiois
The people accepted the invitation, went
to war, did their duty and came home, or
remained to br monuments of their own
bravery as (.Ioi w I.'Ied.
We fought to preserve the Union,
iu:rlit for the hoinr of our Hag.
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bloody ridges war left over the land, con
gress says the Union is not restored
"What did we light for?
Why were the armies disbanded ?
Was the war a success?
Who did it benefit if the Union be not
The people of the South have lain down
tneir arms, taken up the implements of
peace abided by the result of the con-
test and are to-day shaming the North by
taeir patience and good conduct
The people of the North can afford to
be generous, yet thoy are hardly just !
The President says the war is ended.
The great generals of the war say the con
flict is over.
The best statesmen of our land say the
Union is restored.
The great heart of the people say let us
And yet, a treasonable, traitorous Con
gress says the Union is not perfect, and
that the restored states shall not have a
representation, albeit subject to taxation.
The m-ii in Congress who thus talk are
traitors and deserve the r-pe.
'1 hey were elected as I i-'.oi men thev
expand into di-union men and p )ur oil on
coals so nearly qaeuched with blood.
They asked us lor votes and got them.
1 hey wanted men slain and men were j
lhey wanted us to run in d
in d. bt to carry
l on tue war, and billions of taxation i
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Auey untamed meir place by lalse pre
M-r - -11, . ,
i nev i un us m ueot ana took our prom
lses to pay un.ler false pretences.
Phev won fro in us men
n 1 brothers bv
They exempted our bonds from taxa
tion ; lii'ed their pockets with bonds, and
now in their pride and disloyalty say we,
tLe poor men of the land, must pay the
war debt, pay them interest on the bonds
they hold, ami join them in their effort to
keep iiiC south out of the Union she prays
to return to.
Workingmcn of America !
Who will you sustain ' Will it be
Johnson the Ji .-r, or the traitorous, blunder-loving,
liberty -robbing, Union-rending
fanatical chmient which is cursing this
country as the wicked ang -Is cuised Heav
en till they were kicked out?
The 1 'resident sustains the law and the
constitution he is the friend of the peo
ple the lover of his country. The Con
gress who opposes him is traitorous to the
core and is working only for evil. La
Rl.l'L'lil.ICAX JoriIXAI.5 ox Ci.ymo:.
the Pittsburgh (ucrte, one of the most
rabid negro suffrage journals in Pennsyl
vania, speaking of the nomination of Hon.
Iliester Clymer by the Democratic Con
vention, pa s the follow lag compliments :
''His family have lor several genera
tions been settled in this Commonwealth
and members thereof have at times borne
conspicuous parts in public aiiairs. One
of them was a signer of the Declaration of
Independence, and under the articles of
Confederation Served as a member of Con
gress. "He is possessed of wealth and enjoys
a high social position. An active busi
ness man, he has participated wisely and
libera!!' in many en!rrpri-cs for the devel
opeinent and prosperity of that portion of
the State in which he resides. Though a
leading man in his party his abilities are
not extraordinary, lie has, however, a
pleasing presence and address and a repu
tation that iloes not connect him with un
The Philadelphia Ts-ihgrr, for several
years identified with the so-called ''I'n
ion" pari-, in announcing in its issue of
last Tuesday the nomination by the Dem
ocratic State Convention of Hon. Ilicster
Clymer for Governor says :
"Mr. Clymer belongs to one of thc ol
dest Pennsylvania families. Hi is a lawyer
and a citizen of excellent reputation, and
has for several years represented Perk
county in tho State Senate."
The New York Tribune speaks well of
his abilities, says he is a "good citizen of
i ne i liiiaia. ipiua x uri.-i . ii.nrn:an says :
"l-or.ur. Liymer personally we entertain
the kindest feelings." '
The Philadelphia Keening Teligrcph
says : "No word of dishonorable reproach
has ever been breathed against him."
FuKiiiTtNi i to Dkatii. The Salem
Union .Ulnicat" tells the following : Two
ladies living alone were preparing to re
tire, when some one rapped at the door,
and on inquiring who knocked and re
ceiving no answer, one of them crossed
the floor tn an adjoining room, and dropp
ed dead from sheer fright. This brought
a shriek from the remaining lady as she
ran to her sister's assistance. Just then
the dour opened, and in rushed the brother
of the two ladies, who had been mourned
for as dead for nearly three years. He
stated that he intended a race surprise for
his sisters by not making himself known
until after they had admitted him, and
judge of his grief on learning that his sur
prise had resulted in the death of one of
his much loved sisters.
The latest Masonic statistics report
there are 1,300,000 brethern of the mys
tic tie on the world in Europe, Asia, Af
rica, North and South America, Oceanica
and thc Indian Archipelago.
ea-Uov. Ifenrc A V, t,. I..
nn. i, nstuuai LUUitll
Rockingham county, Va.
Ix the Missouri Legislature, the bill
pets published in" the i
support the President's
CJ- A terrific had storm visited the
city of Cincinnati and other points Ve?t
proerty S grCal dUma t0
Tin-: Democratic State Central Co m.
mittce of Oliio has called a State Con-
vention to meet at Columbus on the 21th
of May next.
?2 A strong feehng in favor of the an
nexation of Jamaica to the United States
is manifesting itself among the people of
I A yourcr widow of San Francisco
: 'l:is ''foii'jlit suit against a wealthy Jew
for breach of nromise, claiming; damages
to the amount of SI 00,000.
CvT A natural deposit of gold has b-en
diseovere 1 in Passaic and Sussex counties.
New Jersey, of an average yield of twenty-
four dollars per ton.
Tin: Cheyennes and Arranahne. Trull-
i nMa l)nv .-ini e.-.l t,. ... t,. tl..-. -- -
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in - i!ir. n inn ot c.....iii
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C3" Eighteen persons were recently
I poisoned in the town of Lisbon, Michigan,
uiiougii a nn.-iaKe m mixing strychnine in
the breal, supposing it to be salaratus.
CiT" A m.-cting of delegates and repre
sentatives of tho various trades was
held in New York, on March 20, to con
sider the subject of holding a National
t-T A black duck Charles Sumner.
A ht: duck Thad. Stevems.
A (had duck John W. Forney.
Wounded ducks Postmasters, Reve
nue Collectors and as.M suis, and Feder
al olliec-l. biers, generally.
A i.akgi: meting of the friends of
Pn -i hiit Johnson was held in New Ha
ven, Conn., o:i Saturday night. It is
r pre.-ent.'d as being the largest political
meeting eva held in that chy.
uor.s v; PAssKiia: C.vns. The
v-.te in the Pennsylvania House, last
up.on ti la
s' amendment n-ohdiUiy
city jnisciiycr na'tatg
i ruin refusing to car-
it.,' of color OI' I'ltL'C.
ry ji'iriscitgcrs on act
should open the eyes of the voters of
Pennsylvania to the drift of Republican
demagogues. The Democratic members
consistently and persistently vote against
ti.e negro mania m every sh-:pe
the ''Republicans" are constant
posing and voting tor legislation intended
to bring about negro suffrage and cpiality.
Notwithstanding that last summer the
citizens of Huladelphia, almost unaui-
mouslv, voted ag-amst negroes ridinor in
the same cars with them, and notvvith-
stanuing the ranroad companies set aside
special cars for the blacks, the "Republi-
can oemitgogucs are not satisiied, nor
will they be short of full negro equality !
Thoy ciue nothing for the comfort or
rights of the white men and women of
the State, l.et the people, therefore, note
...i. iiuiiniuii inisu rtou i.v iie.er
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these false Icgis.ators come forward for
white men's suffrages, let them be sent to
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their friends, the negroes, for ballots!
Let their friends, and the candidates norn-
inated by their conventions, be served in
the same way. Only by so doing can tins
Government be kept in purity for white
inn. .u.va ...ill oosieiii-.
Let it be kept in mind that this negro J
equality bill was passed in the House by j
a vote of ayes -13 all lb-publicans; and :
nays 31 all Democrats! Let it be borne j
i in, : u..
in mind, also, that John W. Geary is the
candidate ot those who voted for tin usting
negroes into thc cars with white people,
while special cars are being run for ne
groes! White men, can you vote for the
candidate of such traitors to your comfort
and rights ? No, you cannot! Ifurris
bury 1'ittrtut ij- Union.
i,oxm.ssiox of ox:: ok un: Asnrxn- i
ton Coxsrir: rons. A telegraphic dis-
catch dated JUnrch 2, ISoG, s.ivs : A
ng returned rebels from wearing - . . . .. ! cthvseed. SO.oO: Clover, eed.
was defeated 1 1 ""aueipina, l.as in Store a large stock ot i . i-.-i ,
nas uuuiw. j r r. Cotlee, oo and ui Ac ler pound : M,,'
wenty-ei-rht out of forfv-nne. n!t- " alC,lt'S' lme Jewclr fcuvtr Uure- OOo. rer -alien t Svn-, M .:'.,,)
man named King, arrested a few days ' west of the Alh gber.les, and acted as en- quarry the stones w h f it is cun-:int-smce
for a theit recently committed in ' r;neer on it on its f!rt fi-m frr.t.i .7hn. I A round stone in thj ehi.rmev brars
tMuo, anil who was m jad awaiting a re-
quisition from the Governor of Ohio, lias
confessed to Harris, a recently confined
Government detective, that he (King),
and not Payne, was the man who attemp
ted to assassinate Secretary Seward, in
Washington, in April last. The'confes-
sion being repeated to Major Gen. Jeff.
C. Davis, temporarily commanding this
department, he telegraphed to Washing-
ton for parties who were acquainted with
the facts of the assassination conspiracy.
to come here and investigate the affair.
King is identified here as a rebel spy dur-
ing the rebellion.
A dispatch dated Louisville, March 21,
says: Sterling King, who confessed him
self guilty of the attempted assassination
of Secretary Seward, endeavored to corn
mit suicide this morning by severing a
i.iooii vessel ot ms arm. llis recovery is impatient youth exclaiming: "Don't be
dubtful; so unspeakably happy !" This couple, no
It has been decided that "deserters dah; Purol,ahelr wedding apparel at
from the enemy during the rebellion, that j Parker's Cheap .Store, which con
enlisted ia the Union army, are not enti- tributeil in no slight dereo to their hm-
1 tied to government bounties M
gemocrat anb Stnfhitl.
m : t.m "lex-i- ot - 1 ? -.7 . Mfir .-,-. 1.1-
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KRENSI.URG,::::;: MARCH 20, ISCo.
C2 During the latter part of this week
! wc ;ntend to move our oflicc to tho brick
building: on the corner of Centre and High
ir formerly occ upied by Mr. Thomas
! vm. ir ir -....- ...... i Onions, SI. 00 : l'l :xseed, S'
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nterior of Missouri I &"c" wLich Le " ScIlic2 at reJuccd l,rict's- Iirown Sugar,' 10 to 20c per p,,.",,.
iieau liis v.ara. j
j fallen ; consequently our next paper will j
: not be issued until Friday, the 6th day of'
j April. 1
j 5- Eye & Land.-!!, 1th and Arch Sts.,
j ""'". mu
' of Dr-V f 'r
! Philadelphia, are maLiag their iual cunh.y
see thev aie willing to make their prices
met tic views of I a vers. -
C2" After the first of April next, the
oClee will be temo-
ved to the brick building on the
crii. r ot
High and Centre streets, now occupied bv
Thomas Calien, immediately west of Mr.
: Moore's hotel.
Those c f our surserib
H!' OF Al-KIL
i -rs wlej ;;,teiid to "move"' on or about the
I-t of April, are reuc-.-ted to give us tin.e'y j
' notice thereof, ttatln 'aa well the nl-ie front i
: as the place i" which they remove. Tl.i.-
j will enable- us to deiiver their pa-ers at
; their new resLiences, oi forward them t- the
; nearest post t fikes to them without mistake
! or dilav.
! Iksi.u an: Hov.-.-i.i;. The diath war-
j rants of these unf.. rJunate men were rea l.
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we tinaersiami, on i uurs.lay ot last week.
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i i.:e loiiiiei, v. e ai e 10; i, uiamicsica grcaT.
rage on the occasion, and avowed his de-
j termination to be avenged of those who
! have been instrumental ia hawng'him ar-
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' rested and convicted. In; latter niar.i-
1'ested great trrief, remarking that if they
executed him the- would hang an ir.no-
j cent man, as he never had killed any one.
-eins to be Ha ii.-; to make his
' -ace w'hh ,iis nu 1 to VnT biai-
self as well as possible for the fearful f.Ue
wmcn awaits turn ; while l.user emptors
1 (tmi in nMnrinor circr.j onoliul tl,.-
whom he represents as his enemies.
ft-T" Jacob Piacklock, who was tried
and convicted of riot, and bigatnv at ti
la: t term uf cur court, and Sentenced tt
' P-'y a line ol tive Uoilars, together with the
cots and undergo an iinprisonment of cm.
: year, at hard labor, in the Western lVni-
i tntiarv, was, on the 10th instant con- i
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I Vt'-v,Hl t0 ,liat institution by Shentl -Myers.
ine nne aim costs is the penalty inllieieclfV
the riot, and tho imprisonment that
i imposed for thc crime of bigamy.
j CST Sund iy last was a Cold blusterin
day thermometer standing several de-
grees below zero snow failing and flving ;
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: wind whts'di'.ig from mormnT until ni'dit
c " v '
' reminding us that '-W inter still continues
j to linger in the Inp of Spring." Monday
j stiii remained cold Tuesday moderate
Wednesday morning rather "cool.
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Henry Rorabaugh, George Mack, two
sens of Peter Parrick, and some five or!
six other Cambria county soldiers, who
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have been stationed near W ash.ngton city t
for some time, returned to their homes on
j Tuesday last
CZ" e are pleased to be able to an-
nounee that dry goods, groceries and all.
! other necessary articles are declining in
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price. Y. S. Parke
termination to keep pace with the decline
and sell goods as cheap as the cheapest.-
Mu. Jo.sitru P.kidciks, aged about fifty-
, flve years, who built the lust locomotive
, five years, who built the lirst locomotive
i fr....n w;i .i;,. ;.. o . :.,:;,..
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A UULC.l.l V, I 111 II. SI, Oil.
ifiT Two of our old citizens have recent- i
ly moved away from this place, viz : Jas. !
P. Murray and Thomas Cailen. The for-
mer, hawng, we suppose rather lofty no-
j tion5,, h:ls go,c to the Summit, and the
i . . l . i t
i ' loc'.lte1 1,1 1-oretto-
! i.,,-;,.l- r:.-.. ... i i -
' w? i anna v-oii.i.s. te-eti sii.oei. i rv
i . .? . J
j eanS 1,a"Ier ,lt t,IC ""ty j
Poor House, died on Sunday, the ISth j
er After a clergyman had united a
happy pair not long since, an awful si-
i fcnee ensued, which was broken by an
! l'lT-VCl-1'f ! .I. ) O 1 C- . r-
I. V. ""1"" -., 100,,.
.11 .ll'.HS,.'. I I'Ii-
. ... . . ., 1 !
' c-.t 1 1 m, 1 :
) n r
Leans, igl.go and M.
White, 22 to 2.u Riee, 1.
i lour c 1 o-.j lJ iu oii..jo per i..:: l
11 w. 1 ik - r . 1 - ' . - .
The fol'owir g report of the
phia Markets, is copied from the '...-,
Uvaiii.j W, dated March IU, IS-;-, :
Fu'ii; axi Mkai. The m i,;'
been cxtrnie!v nuiet darir.-' :'
j week. Sah s V.-.i0 bbls, cl.i-:h.-i
family, at s3,7. and l.2.3 i..;-"
western, and S:) arid 1 ( lor
, iin'1 fhoiee Oh'a d. inclad;
-upeiiiue atr-o.oi and S.
; ' IT ' : : '
I J,101- l?- S:ii:iU
i Rye I : t Si,, ....
Oi:ain The wh.-at rn.arh.--t l.a :
exeee.iii.g'y quiet. S.:!- s o m.M b.j,- ;.
rier and choice red at Si. Tii u; to s'.
chietly at -?.." and Sg.:"..j ;ii,d .'.:
S-'r-' nr.d r.-j-r,. Ab--ut 0:)-0 hi.- i:
so! !, part at 8. and 'j (-.. Corn. !.
i 4 ti) bus ve'dow tA 1 .it ( !. I.', ! , ;.
; white s.ud at 70e. O.tt-. ;.(.;(),( J,
- ! P.-nna and Di law are sold at ' ... , -
! PkoVI.-IoN? C ..:.tii,i:e d.,il r.::s. f.i
e ma'. ,
1 s. !!
iv.vi s.' i.er ,. 1 mvi, ?,
in" lots :it .- :; ! ; r ...
; pickled lo at 1 s
d 1-le: sail
d-rs at 111 :r.A
I and tes :.t 1 nr..
j sides of roll at 1.)
! ehoiee : solid at '2
1 I ; ni'-l Lard
i i:- p. r i:,. 1 ;
I and .
', the i:;!ler U
7c, m.J i I.-.-!,
: sa'.: s c;!' N -Ic.
E -s I. e.
! :it -"o- C
;,!k fil at -n :
: advanced i and
I ... , ,.
-Sales No 1 c icrcitron at
! per ton.
KixiiS Cioversr-ed- is unsettled
,,!- his si !1 ii om .-' ! ..'ji ) io So.-J.",.
!;,,t!'r (il:'2 fl'r Vcr.v oi,,,It'i? T-;: .-
I thv cornmano- So. To. Small s.d '
I i"' n , , - , v
x ....i.-iiii in . .,n ;n,n j per piis.
V'Vt.i. S.-tl.-s of common 1 blood ar. ?
j fine from oOc up t.. 70c.
j The following report cf the Pittsburgh
ma.i ke-s is
j 2 , th instant
Putter, o: o " and f.'te ix r noun 1 -.-
Wheat, Sl.7o, Sl.". 'l.'.e. and ::'.!.!
per bushel ; R..n.-y, 7, 7-", S.3 and 0
p r bushel : Oat, il an.! hie ; Ci.ru. e
and 0.", cents : Ej-s. 22 and 2.) .
dozen; Pacoi; Sho-n.h-i :', and ;
per pound: Sides, ribbed. Id I :n. ! ....
e i s,,,,. .1 11 ,. o-. ... : .,.. , i-
J ,V 1 IO..j i !:). 7i ,.. barrel
j prmg n neat i i
an : ...
pei barrel: Potatoes, y- li, SI -s
SI. 20 p.-r b: ;.e! ; Ci.ver-.-ed. So.g.' , .j
J'la-J P1:- buiiel i limot.'iv.-c-r-h ,. o )
md S3. To : Fh.xsved. s'.70 and S2.'..'o.
il.'i yiu.du in pubiish'ir.g a
! "1l3 Gi "-
g Press. r,robab! v
an? therefrom thc following iutcrcstii
infoiTJ itl'.-u :
'The fast hoi.ee built within what are
known as the limits cf Ehem-bun-, w:-s
i erected by Roes Lloyd, father o: v.-r vriier-
11 , ....
a ic an.i res'-.eet i t-'i ov-
phen I lovd E-q in N
noa.v .SjV0I1.'v Vt..ir'.,
t.wvii-m.-n, S e -oven.
Its site was .-a
the lot i ground at present cccupi J bv
the. store id' Mr. 11. Hi ghes, and in. medi
ately and a very short distance souih f
that building. Other house? were b..
from year to year, until tho-r- in tie' "s.
tLmeiit" numbered a half -d.-.en. One
thofe cf "!-v hou5; l,:iilr 111 vr v
near the site ot the dwdiii g-hon.-e
pr0!8..nl (;CCII,.iI ,,v M u ,,
phrc-s, in tho extreme Ih t V-'arJ.
18 10. a i.'.
lid :or a
I ; I'iC'i, was
was publish .d.
The lirsi hou-e civ ted in Kb nh i .
; r'rt T it? inearporat'u.a ns a b.,r.... in lei,
i was the stone cue on High street, c.-
uoor west cf Mr. I- Hughs" store. TIN
house, which is still standing, ih'uj.i
worn and batt. red cut cf s!:.-ir? by th
storms of more than hah' a centurv, w: s
a!s built by Rees Lloyd, who, wi h Us
sous, ca' ri :d iu leathern anron- from th'
! tho inscnption, yet plain and b-gibh
"th L., lSeo." IK-re th pubheatn-n of
the ( )lirc Jji-iaru w as continued until, ia
iy-J0, the paper oe.d.
A xr.w material for soling shoes has
! made its appearance. It is a s ib-ta; eo
I (,f w hidi India rubber is the basis, but it
I f h.ir' an'! whil i?
! n,'xiule a" ' elastic. It is said tr.at one
; p.air soled with this article will out.v.ar
! lour iairs soled w ith the best L igu.-a
' . .
The "Mansion House,"' at Altonn,
! together with most of its contents was de
stroyed by fire c n the 1 1th instant.
C3 4V colemporary says that Hiester
Clymer is a good cumber, but, if he fails,
by his own efforts, lo reach the guberna
torial chair, the people will give him a
Two police officers in New York have
been sentenced to the penitentiary for
stealing revolvers at a fire.
C3 Twenty-three death.? occurred i"
Pittsburgh for th3 weekending March 1