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ElJENSHUIlG. DEC. 20. :::::::-: 18GG
Radicalism In While TownisIili
A; Scrap or Local lftetory.
Radicalism, inconsistent 83 it is on
many questions, is perfectly consistent in
it leading principle. These are : 1. To
cxtenJ the right of suffrage to every neg-o ;
2. To prevent every white man from
Toting where it may possibly be done.
It will be recollected that lists of non
reporting conscripts were to be made cut
and furnished to the different election
boards ; and thoiMi named on these list3
should be deprived of the right of voting.
The Supreme Court of the State, in the
meantime, declared this law to be uncon
stitutional ; and that no man could be
deprived of Jhe right of voting, without a
trial and conviction.
Rut what do radicals care for law?
The lists were made out and furnished to
the different districts. Every intalligent
man looked upon them as a farce. Many
radical deserters were not on the list? a.1
All ; while the lists, as published to the
world, contain the names of Col. Wm. K.
Carr, Dr. Kern, and other leading radicals,
as well as large numbers of Democrats,
who are entirely innocent of desertion, or
any other offence. Nay ! Upon this
list . Col. Linton recognizes the names of
those of his bra re soldiers, who instead of
deserving the brand of deserters, Bhed
their blood and gave their lives to their
country on the front of tho battle-field.
Thus, besides being false in every partic
ular, these lists, so far as Cambria county
was concerned, were a base libel on the
living and the dead.
The "deserter" list of White township
contained no names of actual voters except
ing those of radicals, and it was supposed
that they would want no list in that town
bhip ; but a list was taken.
The election board of White township
was Democratic. The radical voters
whose names were on the deserter's list
came forward and voted. Afterwards a
Democratic voter presented himself at the
polls, but his vote was objected to as a
deserter ; the list was examined but the
name was not en it. Of course the board
received his vote. Another Democratic
vote was offered ; objected to on same
grounds, but not on the list, and received.
A day or 80 aftor, a warrant was
isued for the election officers by a young
radical, Rut this was not enough !
A warrant was issued for A. II. Fiske,
Esq , for the offence of reading the decis
ion of the Supreme Court. Mr. Fiske is
a native of New England, but has for
many years resided In White township.
He is a gentleman of edocation and
refinement ; as pure and uprigiit a man as
ever lived ; his only offence being thirt he
was a law abiding citizen. George Wal
ters, Esq., one of the oldest and most
respected citizens of the county, wa also
arrested for taking part in the election ;
also the two Democrat?, who were not
deserters, for voting at the election.
These men were all dragged before a
justice, to answer for the high crime they
hud committed. When they desired to
be confronted with their accuser, they
were told of an irresponsible young man
who had volunteered for that purpose.
The name of his bail was announced as
entered on the docket !
And who was this personage ? Truly
t great roan in Israel ! Rearing the name
of a Judge in England celebrated for his
cruelty and love of innocent blood, (and
probably descended from a left-handed
branch of his family !) this man is worthy
ef his historical name. lie i3 a man of
as many vocations a3 Proteu3 had shapes.
He is a Doctor of Law, Doctor of Medi
cine, and Doctor of Divinity has inven
ted a new Pill and a new Church, and
besides, runs a saw-inlil! lie is the
inventor of the Panacea of Life ; and the
Church of Christ in America ; the former
to purge the body of its ailments the
latter to purge the soul of its sins. Be
sides he is one of the Bi,ert of real estate.
This personage appeared to lather the
The defendants entered bail to appear,
and prepared to meet their accuser. A
short ime before Court, however, one of
them received the following "Order of the
"November 7, 1866.
'Mr. George Walters : You are hereby
notified that the case of the Commonwealth
re. you ;rnl Christian Walters, Wm. Flera
r, John INaiu, and others, La lwa wi th-
dra-n by Jeffries, the prosecutor; you are
therefore discharged from your recognizance.
Please read this to the test of the boys.
"Yours, truly, Thomas IIollex."
The defendants, of course, knew that
Esq. Hollen, even tho' acting under tho
advice of his medico-clerico-legal mandate,
had no power to discharge either the pros-:
ecutor or defendants from their recogni
zance ; and prepared for trial.
Hut on Mondaj of Court they are to
receive a still greater surprise ! The
prosecutor has left! is gone! vam
osed ! ! ! What then ? Forfeit his re
cognizance ! There is none ! The Jus
tice beg pardon, the Squire has gone
too.' Prosecutor, Justice, and all, have
left the country !
And thus ends this radical prosecution t
We have not a word to add but comrr.end
the foregoing plain statement to such
radicals as are still disposed to transgress
There appears to bo more uncertainty
in relation to the movenieats of this dis
tinguished gentleman, than any other now
dainaing public attention. Oue day he
is on his way to Europe, a fugitive ; the
next Lis is firmly planted on his throne in
the city of Mexico and declares he will
fight it out. The New York IJeraU,
speaking of the present posture of affairs,
declares that through some loophole in the
mails the instructions to Minister Campb
ell and General Sheridan, reached Maxi
milian before the ship bearing our extra
ordinary embassy touched at Vera Cruz,
and that this, will account for the jjroitua
cianiettto issued from that city upon the
arrival of the Susquehanna off that port,
declaring the purpose of poor Max. to
fight for his Mexican crown to the death.
Hence the return of Campbell and Sher
man to New Orleans for new observations
and a new departure. It next appears
that through the counsels of Marshal Iia
zaine and of the Mexican tories, Marquez
and Miramon, freh from France, the
political chiefs of the Church have effected
a sort of agreement with MaximiUian,
whereby he is to undertake tho mainten
ance of his Government after the with
drawal of the French troops, under
a pledge of financial aid from the
Church to the extent of five or ten dol
lars a year, as the case may be. His re
ported programme, too, is plausible and
may bo feasible. The bulk of the move
able treasures of the Church are in and
near the city of Mexico, for safe keeping.
French, Belgian and Austrian merchants,
bondholders and speculators, identified
with the cause of Maximilian, are also
concentrated in the capital for the same
reason. Miramon who doubtless as Na
poleon's chosen man, expects to succeed
Maximilian in the Government there,
knows from experience how to use all
these materials. His plan is to concen
trate his military forces aud m.ans within
a narrow circle around the city of Mexico
and along tho main road thence to Vera
Cruz, thus holding those two cities and
the communications between them, and
leaving, for the present, all the country
northward to the wrangling Republican
chiefs and factions to keep them employed
against each other.
Remarkable Escai-k from Death.
The Philadelphia Daily News says: While
holding the Court of Common Pleas yes
terday, Jndgo Browser escaped violent and
sudden death in such a maner as to render
the interposition of the divine band almost
a ppecial providence. The Judge was
seated in an arm chair, almost directly
under the ventilator in the ceiling. A
tipstave approached him with a message,
which of course he was obliged to d' lvcr
in whispers. To hear the Judge leaned
forward. At that very instant, with a
tremendous crash, upon the back of his
chair, there decended from the circumfer
ence of the ventilator the iron centre
pierced to receive it. The weight of the
piece is about forty-five pounds. It com
pletely demolished the back of the chair,
missing the spinal column of the Judge by
a bare inch. Had not the tipstave come
up at the precise moment that he did, and
had not the Judge leaned forward that the
whispering might bo audible to him, his
death would have been bej'ond all possi
ble peradventure. The escape is one of
the most remarkable on record.
Deacon Bergner evidently hopes by
his indecent attacks upon Hon. Edgar
Cowan, to achieve t'je sarae infamous no
toriety that Forney succeeded in getting
by his incessant pursuit of Ex-LVesident
Buchanan. Some fellows mistake shame
for fame; at least they do shameless thing'".
The Trenton True American says:
A lock of the hair of John Hart, one of
the Bigners of the Declaration of Indepen
dence, and first Speaker of the House of
Assembly of New Jersey, has been pre
sented by Jacob Wcart, Esq., of Jersey
City, to Gov. Ward, for deposit in the
State Library. It has lain in the earth
for a period of eighty-six years, and was
still preerved, apparently as natural as
ever, except it was the color of the soil in
which it was embedded.
Hon. William D. Northend, the
Democratic candidate who was defeated
by Beast Butler, intends to contest Bntler'a
epat in the next CongrcM. . r
The Eracuallon of Rome,
The evacuation of Rome by the French
troops, and the circular of Baron Ricasoli,
under date of November 15, are the l itest
items of news relating to the Roman ques
tion. The intention of the Italian gov
ernment can be gathered from a late official
paper to the different prefects of that king
dom. That paper, bearing the signature
of the Chief Minister of Victor Emnnuel,
announces that the government of Italy is
bound by its agreement and convention
with France not to interfere between the
Pope and Lis subjects, but to let th ex
perience of an ecclesiastical principality,
without a parallel in the civilized world,
settle itself.- The Minister also states'
that the government has a steady ftitU in
tlie principle of Italian nationality, and
can aflord to leave all unsettled qufstions
to its slow but sure workings. It is like
wise announced that the king of reunited
Italy has no desire to mingle politick with
religious matters, or to assume an posi
tion or perform any act calculated to di
minish the spiritual power and influence
of the Holy Pontiff'. Ricasoli, a the
same time, announces that the banhhed
bishops can return to their sees, as the
Italian government desires neither privi
leged persons nor martyrs among its reli
gious ministers, of whatever creed.
In all this it will be en there ii no
allusion to the olitical or temporal power
of the Pope. That there is a party in
Italy which desires .o uproot and over
throw the temporal power of the Pontiff
is certain. But ii is not certain that
Victor Emanuel belongs to that parly.
For reasons having their roots in state
policy, he may not antagonize openly that
idea at present. He may think that it is
possible for the Pope to remain in Rome,
and that city at tho same time may be the
capital of Italy. More than thi?, Italy is
bound by the treaty of September with
France to protect the "integrity of the
temporal power of the Pope," and Napo
leon will put his own construction upon
that clause and hold his ally to its faithful
observance. While, therefore, the circu
lar of Ricasoli is mute upon the temporal
power of the Pope, the inference is plain
and irresistible that Napoleon would not
have removed his troops without a full
understanding as to the part that Italy
was prepared to take in adjusting the
delicate questions likely to ariso out of
That France will object to any action
likely to drive tho Pope from Rome is
certain. Napoleon has assumed the guar
dianship of the Latin race. The Pope is
looked upon as the head of that race, and
so long as Napoleon supports the Pope he
has a bold upon that class which nothing
else can give him. Napoleon aided the
Italians on this theory, and the signs of
the times indicate that he is preparing to
adopt a similar course with reference to
Spain. In this latter case, if interference
is agreed upon, its fruits may fall into the
basket of Victor Emanuel by the elevation
of his son to the throne now disgraced by
the Bourbons. As this point cannot bo
reached except by tho adoption of a line
of policy which will encircle the Pope in
its remote, if not immediate consequences,
the probabilities are that Victor Emanuel
will not suffer the lied Republicans of his
kingdom to drive their revolutionary car
over the temporal power of the Pope
Another reason that will restrain Na
poleon from giving his consent to an at
tack upon the power of tho Pope is to be
found in the fact that he is at present en
gaped in au attempt to reunite the Greek
and Latin churches, to place the Pope at
the head of this spiritual r."nion, and by
this means to checkmate the desigus of
Russia in the East. This is a bold move
ment. But it may bo successful, and
this hope will induce Napoleon to keep
the Pope in a petition to profit in the
most visible and real manner by circum
stances that may occur in the direction of
the pi oposed addition to the power, do
minion, and influence of France as a Eu
It is a mistake to suppose that because
France has withdrawn her troops from
P me that, therefore, she has no further
concern with the affairs of the Pope, or
the Roman States. The convention of
September goes beyond the point now
reached. Should the inhabitants of the
Roman States rebel against the civii au
thorities, it is maintained in some quarters
that "the first duty of the Italian govern
ment must be to at once occupy the city
with its armed forces, protect the persjn
of the Pope, and administer the civil af
fairs of the States, thus conferring full
civil rights on the Romans, and gradually
incorporating Rome into the Italian king
dom." But it must be remembered that
this could not be done without the consent
of France. . Napoleon guaranteed the in
tegrity of Italian power after the battle of
Solu?rino, but in accordance with the pre
vious convention with the Pope, entered
into eighteen years ago, Franca and Italy
cannot separate on this question of the
temporal power of the Pontiff. They
must 9ettle it in such a manner as to sat
isfy the Latin race. And they will do so.
The task is not impossible, as the enemies
alike of French power and Italian nation
al: ty weuld make the world believe. The
evacuation of Roma opens a fresh chapter
in the history of Italy, and before it is
finished this now seemingly disturbing
question may be settled in a satisfactory
manner. Aje. ... i, -. . .
Late Xcffs Items.
Lyon J. Levy, one of the oldest dry
goods merchants of Philadelphia, died in
that city on Friday.
Three yachts the Vesta Henrietta
aud Fleetwing left Sandy Hook last
Tuesday on a race to the Needle, Eng
and. The prize is $30,000." '
Sergeant-at-arms Ordway started to
day with the Speaker's warrant to bring
lion. C. V. Culver j now temporarily de
tained in Venango county.
From January first to December
twelfth, 18CG, 235,111 emigrants arrived
at New York from foreign parts. This
is the largest number since 1851, when
319,228 landed at that port.
It appears by a statement made in
Congress that suits are now pending in the
civil courts of England and France for the
recovery of Confederate property valued
The Canadian St. Marie who
"peached" on Surratt, whilst both were
members of the Papal Zouaves, was
prompted to do so by jealousy he and
John, having the misfortune to love the
The department has commenced to
pay the extra bounties authorized by the
act of July 28, 18CG. Only those due
soldiers from New York, Pennsylvania
and Ohio in the regulars and reserves, are
now being paid, however.
It is said that Gen. Schofield has or
dered a military commission to assemble
in Washington for the trial of Dr. Watson,
who was lately acquitted of the murder of
a negro in Rockbridge, Va. We thought
that military satraps were no longer supe
rior to the civil authorities and the laws.
Among tho latest reports with regard
to the movements of the Fenians is the an
nouncement that a Fenian privateer has
succeeded in. eluding the vigilance of the
Government officials and set sail from
Newburyporf, Massachusetts. It is also
reported from Halifax, that a Baitish
man-of-war, the Wolverine, has sailed in
pursuit of her. Wc give these reports as
we find them.
It is announced that the Empress
Carlotta, wife of Maximilian, died at
Miramar, at noon on Friday. For some
time the reports from Paris have announ
ced that her health was more critical than
ever ; and the latest French journals re
ceived by mail stated that she had fallen
into great physical and mental prostration;
that, not only her reason, but her life,
was in danger ; and that her physicians
had but faint hopes of her recovery. Her
diseases of mind and body, it is reported,
have at length ended in her death.
The news that the London 1'imes
joins the general appeal for mercy t the
condemned Fenian prisoners at Toronto
may be regarded a.s an assurance that
their sentences will be commuted, for the
Tones always follows the prevailing sen
timent of England, ajid that sentiment is
now most earnest for the conciliation of
the Uiiitcd States. The authorities in
Canada, it is announced, will comply with
the requestof our government aud prompt
ly furnish records of the trials and couvic
tions of these prisoners.
On Sunday morning the United
States frigate New Ironsides, lying at
League Inland, just below Philadelphia
was-discovered to be on fire, and notwith
standing every effort to check tho flames,
the ves&el was totally destroyed.
Owing to the distance from the city
considerable time elapsed before any fire
engines reached the spot, and they were
able to do but little towards saving the
nobis ship. No other of the fleet anchor
ed near her where injured. The naval
officers know nothing about the affair, bnt
the fire is believed to have been the work
The New Ironsides was built at Phila
delphia in 18C3, and was cb istcned by
the veteran Commodore Stewart. She
was a very prominent actor in the events
of the war on the Southern coast, and received-many
hard knocks from the relel
batteries, but was never injured by them,
nor was she much damaged by the torpe
do the rebels exploded under her in
Charleston harbor. The event causes
great regret in Philadelphia, where every
citizen felt a pride iu her history. She
was about 3,500 tons burthen, and cost
over 1000,000 as she weut to sea.
Raymond, of the Ttmes and the Rump
Congress, poked himself into the Radical
caucus, held on the night of the 5ih,
where he cringed to the lash of his old
masters like a worthless spaniel. Some
body inquired whether he had any right
there. Morrill, tho chairman, replied by
saying that "While the lamp holds out to
burn the vilest sinner may return." Ste
vens could not see how he could pretend
to any connection with the Radical party
after being a member of the Philadelphia
convention and writing the National
Union address. He was then put upon
the stool of repentence, where he was
"smoked" unmercifully, and made to cat
dirt a long time for the amusement of his
tormentors. Finally Schofield moved that
he be allowed to remain in the caucus or
not as he saw fit, and to judge for himself
whether he was fit to be a member of the
Radical party. After a sharp discussion,
during which there was considerable op
position, the motion was carried by ayes
CO, nays 25. So it may bo considered
that the old time-serving sinner is down
where ko started from but a year ago.
The Season or Storms. The blasts
of Autumn and the chill storms of ear
ly winter are apt to make sad inroads
upon the constitutions of the feeble. In old
times at the commencement of every season
t was the fashion to take a strong cathartic
as a safeguard against a change of tempera
ture. It was a worse than useless practice.
The people of our day understand the mat
ter better. Instead of depletiag the system
they reinforce it. In the methed they adopt
they exhibit a wise discrimination. Instead
of resorting to the vitiated stimulants of
commerce, or any of the compound.' derived
from them, they put their faith in the- only
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has any tonic medicine been prepared with
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care. It is a vege !e compound of which
every ingredient is sound, wholesome, and
medicin- in the true sense of the word.
Now we have three prominent national com
plaints. One-half of the adult population of
the United States suffer more or loS, either
from diseases of the stomach, derangements
of the liver, or affections of the kidneys.
In no other land under the Heaven are these
maladies so general as in this country, and
Ho.sTETXEii's B'TTEns is a specific for them
all, unless organic inthe'.r oriiu, t.d, there
fore, b?yond cure. And let those who are
fortunate enough to be exempt from them
at present uudersta d one gieat fact, viz:
that an occasional use of this vitalizing tonic
will as certainly prevent them as the sun
will prevent the earth from freezing where
its genial beams descend. Communicated.
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of good water near the houe. and water Z
every Celd on the farm. The land is u. ii
clover and in a good stnteof cultivation. a-, i
i one of the best kneed farms iu the cour.ir.
Title undisimtable and terms moderate.
Call upon, or addrs!.
Dec. 0, I3ct- ISAAC CIiAWFOKI.
Ebensburg, Cambria G.. Pi.
The subscriber offers at Private Sa,
his property, situate in Cambria tow Lh j ,
adjoining the lire of Ebcn-burt: Borough
knowu as the 'Fvans property." TLp-j
are three never failing springs of water 0
the premises. The houses and out buildi:-;?
are in ood repair. Title indisputable
Improved an-.t unimproved lands f. r't
in Cambria. Carroll, Blaoklick, J.-uk,
Clearfield, Munster a:;d fvuehanra t-rm'.
ships, Cambria count v ; iUo in CtJ; ' "
Ini ;ana and Centre coiitties.
F. A. SIIOEMAKti'.. .
ELonsburg, Nov. 8. ltC6.
A DMINISTI'.ATOK'S NoTICE
3 Wheieas, letters uf adininir-tu'Jrt
have been giantcd to thi urtdt-r.Mr e.i, rci
c1 -g in the bo 'drof Wilmore.) t-j t: j
estate cf Bernard ll.d!in:. late of the iiJ
borough, deceased, l.y the Register cf Un
bria county, notice is hereby given t a '
persons having claims against stid !e.vx--!.
to present, them properly autLcaticau-J fVr
settlement, and those inrtctte '. arc roquo.
to make immediate pinincnt.
NEAL DIM AN. Adni'r.
Wilmore, November 8. ise'-u.
A DMINISTRATOliS NOTICE
JH. Letters of adm::ii.-trr.li.'u n r. !
tate of Ignatius Adams, late ..f Wn-L.t.su-tcwn&Lip,
Cambria com. ty, dectat'.'.,l.ivi' J
been grauUd to the undersigned, rtiolr ; :a
said township, by the Register of said c
ty, notice is hereby given to all yc:x'Ji
having c'airas against t!.3 said dece-scd, '
pre-ait them properly autheiiticaie.: f-:
sett'emeut, and those indebted to make
nient without delay.
3L JI. ADAMS.
Nov. 20th, l86C-6t. Adni'r.
INARMS FOR SALE.
? The Subscriber offers far ea!o &
Farm upon which he now resides, s'uu. -iu
Allegheny twp., Cambria county ;
acres all of which are cleared and in a r :
state of cultivation. A grist-mill and :
mill tho premises iu good running cr:.
ALSO An adioinia Fnrm, ccz'v-izS
85 acres with two good Orchard. Tt
Barn Pranie house and other out-builioft.
For further particulars inquire n t'a
premises. Y. J. BUCK.
Nov. 29, 1866-331.
LECTION OF DIRECTORS
2A OF THE PALO ALTO I BOX O"
Notice is hereby iven that thestockLo'i
era of the capital stock, in the "Palo -V.i
Iron Co," will meet on SATURDAY DE
CEMBER 22d. 186fi, between tho Luurs cf
8 and 9 o'clock P. M., at their offirc in lot
Borough of Pottsville, for the purpose J
electing a Board of fee Directors tor in
corporation, to serve until the Dext anac
Pottsrille, Nov. 29th lS6u-tf Sec'v.
T ETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION" &
.Bi the estate of Richard Adams, I'.
Clearfield township, Cambria- couuty. T-.
d,ceasod, having been grante; to tbcutiutfj
signed, by the Register of s. J coaut.v.
persona indebted to said dev sosed are
quested to make paymeut.au ;hco hai
claims are hereby notified to present t3
properly authenticated for wClpnaent.