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If A. : !; ' v I v i . t t . i 1 v' 1 ! f itiGirr on iyhuxci tlttf lUdUf, TO K fcfcPT fcitUir, i sterna. TIIUItSDAY::: I'cuitlti'ti fatly Aoiulimt Ions. FOR pKESlt'tNT : ABRAHAM LINCOLN. FOR VICF.-fKKSlOEXT ! HANNIBAL HAMLIN. rou uoTEuxoit : ANDREW Ci. l'UTl, V Centre 0. COSGItESS : SAMUEL S. ULATII, of Illair county. ASSEMBLY ! ALEXANDER C. M ULLIN, Ebensburg. RKGISTER AND RECORDER : EDWARD F. IiYTLE, of Wilmore. COrNTY COMMISSIONER : JAMES COOPER, of Taylor. rooE house pirector: WILLIAM DOUGLASS, of Carroll. iviHTon : THOMAS J. NELSON, of Clearfield. Our Mass 3Icelinsf. A mass meeting of the friends of Lin coln, Hamlin, Curtiu and the County Ticket came off on Tuesday evening last, and it was decidedly the largest and moit respectable political assemblage that ever convened in this county. Delegations were present from almost every township, and enthusiasm ran mad. The meeting was called to order at about l o'clock, hy the appointment of John William?, Esq., as President. A large number of Vice Presidents, and a Secre tary, were also appointed. The opening speech was made by A. C. Mullin, Esq., who, in some brief re mark?, reviewed the course of the Loco Foco party for the last four years. Hon. S. S. Plairwas then introduced to the meeting. lie proceeded to addicts the assemblage in a speech of almost two Lours' length on the great principles of the day. His discussion of Protection was clear, lucid and satisfactory. His remarks were well received, and he was repeatedly and rapturously applauded. Abraham Kopelin, Esq., next took the stand, ami delivered, a masterly speech. He stated that he had attended the Dou glas and the Rreckiiaidgc meetings the night previous, and that he heard the Dou glas orators declare and affirm that lireek inridge could not be elected; while the Urcckinridgo men as positively declared that Douglas couldn't win. Upon fair principles of logic he deduced the fact that Lincoln stood a very fair chance. His remarks were well received. Our able State Senator, Col. Louis W. Hall, was then loudly called for. He arose, and made some neat and pertinent remarks. He stated that Little JJlair would give a good account of herself in the coming light. He was enthusiasti cally applauded. After the speeches, the torchlight pro cession was formed. The members of the Ebensburg Lincoln, Hamlin and Curtin Club had prepared a large number of torches, transparencies, mottoes, S:c., which, preceded by the Ebensburg and Wilmore bands, were borne by willing hands throughout the principal streets. They presented an imposing appearance, and created much good-natured enthusi asm. The procession then proceeded to the "Mountain House," where the bands ser enaded Mr. Dlair and Mr. Hall. Loud and repeated calls were made for the latter gentleman, who came forward and respon ded in his usual eloquent style. Three times three, which made the welkin ring, were then given for Lincoln, Hamlin, Curtin, the County Ticket, and .our Glorious Cause j after which the meet ing adjourned. The meeting was one of the must im posing and orderly bodies tver convened in Ebctisburg, and we hope that it will fhow conclusively that the Star oi". the West, when tried next fall, will not be found wanting. Col. James L. Orr, late Speaker of the House of Representatives, in a re cent letter, admits that Lincoln will be elected. True prearhing- Tho Douglas wing of the Loco-Fcco (disorganisation of this county Lcld a ttecting on Monlay taLt lafet, for the purpose of having a big tsdk. The udi tnce, although, i ct kro, vus KypceiaUo, and manifested considerable spirit. The meeting was or?.ui?.ci by calling 11. C. Paine, Itj., ox-Chainuau vi the County Committee, to the Tuur. Numer ous gf iitk'Vnen, nil of wlu.6i ituutcti ve n-jic-cofcp&ry heve to put down, were appoin ted. Vice Presidents Har.dbillii hut been plentifully dis tributed for some das previous, stating that Dan Dougherty, Esq., Hon. Dick Vaux, Johu Soott, Esq., and Gen. Win. A. Stokes would be present to address the meeting. Dut at the hour when the meeting convened, Mr. Dougherty was non est, Mr. Vaux didn't step into the box, Mr. Scott was not, and Mr. Stokes evi idently had a prior engagement with some other folks. As these great guns were not on hand to go off, R. L. Johnston, Esq., was invi ted to blaze away. lie proceeded to do so, after the most approved method. Ho kept up a running fire of jibes at the Breckinridge men and jokes at the Lin coln men, until his ammunition run out. In the matter of jokes and funny anec dotes, a person would almost think he was a mammoth animated Joe Miller's Hand Rook of Fun, revised and improved. Let us mention a couple of these side-extenders : In speaking of our Abe's personal appearance, he said that his nose resem bled a wedge, that he was hatchet-faced, that his head was like unto a maul, and that his mouth was the very image of a split. And that in 1S."0, the Opposi tion ran for the Presidency the handsom est man in the United States John C. Fremont ; while at the present time they are running for the same office the ugliest man in all creation ; for that he (the speaker) was credibly informed that Lin coln had in his possession a knife which had been given him by the "ugly man of all," who yielded the palm on seeing that combination of homeliness and talent. It is needless to say that this latter moraau is very old everybody Laving heard it at least twenty-five times. After having kept the audience listening to his linked sweetness long and strongly drawn out for about two hours, he exploded and took his scat. The next speaker was T. L. Ueyer, Esq. He spoke calmly and dispassionately for some considerable time, but seemed to think that very serious doubts arose as to whether the county ticket of the Douglas persuasion would be elected this fall. Among other things, he said that if Smith was defeated for Assembly the chances for electing an Opposition United States Senator would be rendered almost certain. Whereupon, the greatest enthusiasm was manifested. The next speaker was P. S. Noon, Esq. As it occurred to this gentleman that the preceding orators had covered the entire grounds of discussion of the great Demo cratic principles, he contented himself by inquiring why M'Donald and the other eloquent champions of t'other wing were not present to offer some new suggestions. As this question was not answered, he sat down. Mr. Thomas M'Cann, of Virginia, then took the stand. He favored the election of Douglas and Johnson, but declined to "mix" in our local politics. He told a number of excruciatingly good stories, some of which were exceedingly pertinent. George N. Smith was then called out. lie addressed the meeting in a speech of about half an hour's length. After which, a sky-rocket and numerous firc-crackcrs were burnt, when the audience laughingly dispersed. Ilrcc-liiiii-itlge Ueniunslrntion. A demonstration of the Rreckinride side of the family also came off at the same time as the Douglas outbreak, on the greensward before the court-house. As our reporter is not gifted with the power of ubiquity-, however, he was not able to attend it. Nevertheless, he learns that it was quite a meotinz. (Jen. Jos. ! M'Donald, M. D. Magellan," Esq., J. '. Rarnes, Esq., C. P. Murray. Esu.. and probably others, enlightened the Meeting Willi regard to their duty in the approach ing campaign. The general tenor of their remarks would also seem to indicate that they intend to" oppose the Douglas-ski tes to the bitter end. They say they will not submit to the tyrannical domineering of these self-constituted Union-Savers. Politics ou the Loco-Foco side, is dreadfully mixed up; while the Opposi tion are harmonious and united, and con- ( ii n ut oi victory. : o mote it be . i i r. . .-. - .... EDITORIAL HOTINGS. 3" Sec new advertiseuiants. 3 r.eading matter oa every I'ftso. ISi. Slightly frigid the nights.- J&Sg1 I'lenty in town tlu3 week vietiulj cf ruifjilacou confidence in "tanglefoot." Zf The pew rent3 in Ilearv Ward Bcethcr's church, amount to $10,000 this year. Er3"The population of Somerset county is 20.304 ; iu IsjG it was 24,41c. town the mfta who sells the rnzor powder. Great is guiiiiuouS t o?" The tonnage of the Hrond Top Moun tain coul mines is estimated at 3oo,0ou tons. X-iriT" There is to he a Topographical iuap of Centre County published ly Mr. L. D. Til ben. JtSJ A correspondent of the Ho!lidi hu:-jr Register recommends coal tar as a remedy lor the peach borer. B?V "The ocean speaks eloquently and for ever," enys Beecher. "Yes," retorts Prentice, "and there is no use telling it to dry up." gCtf-Thc latest invention of which we read is a machine for milking cows ! Tt is capable of being worked by fleam. KciUlt is stated that the Chicago Zouaves realized by their late tour the sum of $1,000 above ull expenses. About one hundred and twenty new patents, it is said, are issued every w eek from the Patent Oflioe in Washington. It is asserted that TIeenan and Morris sey will fight again, probably in January and certainly not later than the Mh of March, for 10,000 a side. 3 Dunham of the Lock Haven WfttcJuian advertises his office for sale. An excellent chance is thus all'orded some practical printer to procure a good office. Jfeij" The Huntingdon County Fair will take place this year at Huntingdon, on the old ground, commencing September. ( Wednesday ) 2Cth, to continue three days. E?LDobbs thinks that instead of giving credit to whom credit is due, the cash had better lie paid. Dobbs should not be imper tinent. ErJL, Prentice advises the IJreckinridge men of Kentucky to hohl a mortilication meeting. He thinks that although the meeting miht be small, the feeling would be very sincere. JCr!2"Miss Harriet llosmer, the sculptoress, has returned from her artistic labors in Eu rope to comfort a sick and aged father. She is spoken of as a fine, dashing, black-eyed girl of t'.venty-nine. It is estimated that the reception of the Prince of Wales, will cost the provisional government of the Canadas no less a sum than sl,0on,oi)o, independent of the vast amounts spent hy the different towns. tOf There are only four Douglas papers in Connecticut ; ouly three in Alabama ; only two in (ieorgia ; and not one in South Caro lina. Mississippi, Louisiana, Texas, Arkansas and Florida. Professor Tisthcmlorf, the di.-covercr of the oldest known manuscript of the Bible, found in the convent of Mount Sina, has re turned to St. Petersburg, to superintend the publication of this important work. Jf-jJ1-15righam Young, with a hundred fol lowers, has been on a tour through Carrhc county, T'tjih. sermonizing, 'Mo instruct the people in the discharge of their several duties as saints and pioneers.'' JK-f John 15. (iough. the celebrated tem perance lecturer, has arrived at 15o.-ton after a three year's residence in Xnghind. He has been tendered a public reception at Fremont Temple by 4Ji) clergyman jf Massachusetts. krSF" WilliaiMsport, formerly one of the stand-still towns of Pennsylvania, shows a wonderful increase in population. In 18."o, it had only 2.002, while now, in lS'lo, it has 7,201, an increase in the last ten years of r,5."9. Elt is rumored that Alfred W. Hicks, who was ostensibly executed for piracy on Uedloe's Island on the 12th of last July, is still living, though in a dangerous state, hav ing been resuscitated and brought buxk to life by means of the electro-chemical bath. G2L.A correspondent of the New York Tribune, who professes to have the best op portunities of knowing what Mr. W. I). Astor is actually worth, states that his property cannot fall a dollar short of $40,000,000, and that its annual increase is about 3,0(to,000. J" The following may be found in one of the church yards of Pennsylvania: "Weep, stranger, for a father spilled Fr m a fitage-coach and thereby killed; 11 is nanio wasJohnSykes,a maker of sassen gers, SI ain with three other outside passengers." KJiTherc is a woman in Paris, Keutucky, who has not been io church for forty years, and the reason she gives is, that people now-a-days go to church to look at each other's line clothes and show their own. whereas, when she was young, they went there to pray and hear preaching- re3-r- Joel IUlview, a Georgia planter, who some weeks since otl'ered to bet $10,000 that one of his negroes could make lleenan, the Hittite, cry yeceavi in a twenty-four feet ling, has come o it w ith- same amount .? 10,000 that he (Joel ISelview himself) can w hip the champion, lie seems to be spoiling for a fight. EGU Caleb Cashing speaks, liberally, of the Republican candidate as follows: "Abraham Lincoln is a much abler man than is generally supposed even iu his own party. In his canvass with Douglas he bent him in law, beat him argument, and beat him wit; ani the published debates of that canvas will i,u;taia tbii aaieitiou."' Tin: Sc.ciat. am MoitAi. Condition of the JaVankbk. From tin interesting letter of It. II. Italia, Jr., uow in Japan, to the N. Y.' Jlcm'ui'j 2V1, we'iuake tho following extract : . ' - ; "The social and moral condition of tho Japanese -presents eurioa3 pmbiems, arid what seoui3 to us to be anomalies. That sense of propriety which suggests neatness in the person and the house, the th!o and the bed, Ut to be reconciled with an ab sence or ignorance of modesty unequalled among any people who have made the Urist steps in civilization. "We are to understand how it is that a people who in all ehisses puni.-li adultery in the wife by death or perpetual igno miny, and in the upper cla-ses guard the honor of a daughter with the sword, sho'd take their wives yc., even" the gentry and nobles from the jorogas. No peo ple are more neat in their persons, bath ing daily the poorest of theru in winter as well as summer, and warm baths are as frequent here as drinking shops in Eng land and America. Yet the sexes bathe' together, and the baths and platforms on which they dry and dress themselves are as open to every passer-by as our butch ers' shops. Not ouly is the veil between the sexes rent, but the veil which pro tects other decencies of life. The maxim seems to be that whatever is necessary to be done, or is known to exist, there need be no attempt to conceal. "Again, while you are relieved from the offensive sights of abandoned women who beset the streets of English and American cities, the jorogas are legalized and made as respectable as possible. There, found lings or the daughters of the poor or un fortunate, or needy, or less scrupulous, are bound as apprentices, and are educa ted according to the style and dujrreo of the establishment, in the necessary learn ing, and in the" accomplishments at boar ding schools. From these places, where the prices over the doors furnish the only restrictions upon the admission of all men, are to come many of the conlidential servants, and, in cases not a few nor dis reputably esteemed, the wives and moth ers of the better classes." A Nkw M y.sti.u v. A Wisconsin paper called the Taylor Falls Jipojtr, tells the following story, and vouches for its accu racy. The editor says strange as the facts may appear, he does not doubt their truth in any particular, as they are well authen ticateel by n any witnesses iu wheese veraci ty he places implicit confidence: On Tuesday, while Mr. Corey and his two sons were at work in a ticlel near his house, their attention was arrested by smoke which appeared to rise from his stable. They hurrieel to the barn as quickly as possible, and discovered a pile of straw near by on fire. This was immediately extinguished, and as they were returning to the field, the stable caught in different places, which, by considerable exertion, was put out. Before they had left the premises, however, another lire was dis covered underneath the granary in a pile of boards. The bottom board was burned nearly through, but the others were not even scorched. After this was put out. Mr. Corey sent one of the boys into the house to ascertain whether ail was safe there. 1 le immediately came out and told his father that the house was on lire. Mr. Corey immediately ran upstairs, where he found some clothes that his wife hail laid away the day before burning. They were thrown out of the window, and from that time until iate at midnight, the tire broke all over the house. Eir.-t a paper would catch, then a mosquito bar, thou a straw bed, etc., and it was ouly by the utmost exertions of Mr. Corey, aided by two gen tlemen, Messrs. Hah: and Tread well, that the building was saved. The fire contin ued at intervals until Sunday J" the l.-t ult., and attracted many visitors. x e shall not attempt to give a cause for this won derful freak of nature, but will leave the question to be solved by some of our phi losophers. These facts, as we learn them from an eye witness, are true, and if any one c:ui solve the mystery we shall be glad 4o hear from them. Cuhk for iN-tliiowiNei Nails. Tt is stated, by a correspoiielent that cauteriza tion by hot tallow is an immediate cure for ingrowing nails. He says : I put a small piece of tallow in a spoon, ami heat ed it over a lamp until it became very hot and dropped two or three drops between nail ami granulations. The effect is nmst magical. Pain aud teudcrness are at once relieved, and in a few elays the inanula ations all go, leaving the dbcaseel parts, dry, and destitute of all feeling, and tho edge of the nail exposed so as to admit of being pared away without any incon venience. 1 have tricel the plan repeat edly pi nee, with the most satisfactory re sults. The operation causes little if any pain, if the tallow is properly heated. Jlarrtsfjitry Daily Tdajvajth. Povveu of a Namf.. As Tom Savers was recently driving along the Hollowcll road, near London, the wheel of his chaise came in contact with that of a cart, and whose driver put his whip across Tom's shoulders. This was too much for the champion ; he alighted and promptly hauled the carman from his cart. The Jarvey rejoined by felling Tom to the ground. Hereupon the bystanders, recognizing Say ers, shouted: "Hallo, Tom, you have got hold of another lleenan!" The sound of Tom Sayers' name was enough for the cai man, who quickly mounted his "Bobbin and drove away," evidently conscious that he had "eanight a Tartar," but was not desirous to investigate further the pecu liarities of his catch. ttzS"- Subscribe for Tun Au.r.aiiAxnx. Tin: Most Timid of th&y claw of men who hhupe their polities to avert Disunion which they are led to apprehend from th threats of Southern Tiro Eaters, uiut surely begin to percoive thatthesa threat.- arc merely made for-effect, on men ot their temperament. It i unnecessary to recur to the past to the quiet tucking down of tho biaggarts on the election of speaker 5anks, after they had fairly sworn against submission to such a "calamity" to the more recent repetition of those threats, and a like quiet acquiescence, when Speaker Penuington, who had received Mr. Sher man's steady support, was elected, and proceeded at once to make the detested Mr. Sherman the Leader of the House. I'ass these by, and look at the course of the fierce Yancey and other political swash bucklers, fairly swallowing their threats of Disunion of Vice President Breckinridge in hastening to the barbecue stump in Kentucky, to purge himself of the charge of conniving at Disunion. And last of all, see Mr. Douglas, himself a Northern man, boldly confronting the issue in the very hot-bed of Disunion fanaticism, and telling the slaveholders that the Union cannot be dissolved that it is too strong to be im perrilled by the wildly wicked designs of seliish, ambitious leader and he the while greeted with loud and reiterated ap plause, froi throngs of hearers at Norfolk, Petersburg, and elsewhere in Virginia and North Carolina Surely sensible conservative voters need no further evidence that this Disunion cry is a mere bugbear; and we are mistaken if many of them do not so shape their future political course as to manifest their indig nation at being thus trifled with by the arrog.-int and insatiable slave Power, which seems always to presume, that Northern i.eoi!e are mainly 1 serviceable toaUes cowards, or fools. A Pknx.sylvanian Kn.i.bn i;v . (IlUZZl.Y BKAlt IN C.VI.UOItNlA. On the L'Otli ed' June lat, a young man nano-.l Barkcley Woodward, a native ed' Penn-yl-vania, was killed iu an encounter with a grizzly bear, near San Antemio, Montgom ery eeiunty, California. A companion nf his narrates the particulars of the affair as follows : 'It ;:s on Monday, tho 2."th of June, that this man left the place where he was encamped to go in search ed' some cattle which appeared to be missing. lnle on his rambles, he came upon tiie tracks ed' a drizzly bear, and followed them into tl.e mountains as far as In; could ride. Then he dismounts, ties his hetise to a tree, takes his ri'le and follows in the tracks of the dangerous animal until he overtakes it; he then goes to within twenty feet of it and tires iiom behind a rock. He h aves his rifle h-aniug against the rock ami makes for some trees, but the hvvr is too fust for him; he Ins not even the time to use his revolver. The bear throws him to the ground anel chews his head and face near ly to pieces, he being left entirely blind. In that most horrible condition he wan dered for about three quarters of a mile down the creek, towards where his horse was tied, at times walking, at times rolling and tumbling down the rough rocks, until through exhaustion he lay elow n and died. In that state lu was fjund four et.iys after being missed. 1 have taken the pains to send yon this communication, Imping that you ill insert it or part ed' it in your paper, with the re quest that all 1 iinsjlcunio juijtrs ici'l '', so that Mr. Woodwarel's widowed Medher may learn of her son's untimely end. 1 was oiie of the persons who went in search of him, and J can vouch for the truth of what is written, lie had but lately ceme to this vicinity to live, anel none of his best friends know that he has any relatives in this State. He mentioned that he had a mother living in Pennsylvania, but we cannot rceudlcct iu what part." PllANc is. Syi.vi.stki:. PlfKI'orKKTS ANI Til F.I I! PltACTH'KS. The New Yelk Trillin- publishes an artiele en pickpockets. It says it is not an unusual thing for an expert to start from New York with scarcely any funds, travel directly through to New Orleans or some of the Western cities, ami immedi ately return with sufficient money fe ena ble him to live in idleness several months. These are particularly afraid of the Betei--tives, ami will seldom attempt a job when they know them to be near. It fre-epiently occurs that at places of amusement a thief will present himself to a Detective, who may be there, and beg to be allowed to go inside. He promises faithfully not to 'work" the audience, ami if the Betective wishes, he will wait till all the people are out of the building before taking his de parture. If the officer grants hint permis sion, the thief pays his money, goes inside and seats himself iu an edictire eeuner, from which he watches the performance with pleasure. He always keeps his prom ise faithfully, for he knows that if any one is rubbed, the Detective will arrest him immediately. -c- - A Volcano in Wisconsin. One of the strangest phenomena in nature has re cently developed itself near the Horse Lt.ke, Polk county, Wis. Blames of fire came up throuiih the earth in several lo calities, and one man's barn has been burnt down by it. Strange to say, the lire can only be seen in the daytime, the earth in the evening bearing a chse resemblance to phosphorus. The air smells as if impreg nate"! with sulphur. The most remarkable feature in this ease is the fact that wooleu articles in the houses located near by take fire, although there is nothing visilde to ignite them. This is a fact, says the Chi cago Ji.urnul. . -i7'!o to I ir. lJuuiiY, for good sc; ii ANAOuN-TjA AT LAI-.0E-.A., attractions wiucii mak Jiojton ?o dwirsblv a pia of 11 5 uuft twiw t live in t h .I i .i .. . . er tno ioci or ieepit;g ari-otisp., dipped out lor a change of weeks he was lost sight of; hut tt day two children wore pMvic; den of Somerviilc, arid there tl .- ... h'.aily showed himself, htce rliv v"L They fled to the house Mn,i' .."T" alarm, anel alter some tun the t,' "" eeen coining easily out of a rye joining the garden. He has u.u'- Ins quarters in a neighboring . ltn ..' nc is suppusca io ue, aim ?how. UD , scientious scruples about hclpi Y'J. to chickens, many of which areV..:. Meanwhile, furnished houes ;;n 'u , cured at moderate prices in .S a, The anaconda is thirteen feet 1m.. . has a notoriously bad temper. . ailder escape-! with him, uul unit gi cater has eaten the less, inert; sr may yet be seen. Hoston limit. ATorcniN; Sckxk. A C(.ire-n r;.. of the El'.nira lupnUi', an ?;iyit that if recent trip over the New Verk ai.i Kailroael, an incident occurred tliatt ed every beholder's heart with i comparatively yUng lady, 'irelij '... mourning her husband l.jir; r,.,. died was traveling southward. Wit her care and keeping a youi:-.' iLiiJ, some six years. The little .ti v:z'. eycu as an autumnal sky, aii i i,j! the hyacinth; her emscLte-l Mr delicate and transparent as :!. (.evieui. J oticliiuiv i-cauti w J. feet ion ed' her heait for the la-e solicitude for the daughter's c unceasingly manifested, l.ookii..- . and anon from the car window sh.:- to her mother savin Mother. Is:, v ry when s'na'l we iiet h ii l r- . short time- she It h into a geu;: and waking suddenly a i:-iii..:it : overspreading hrr features )i -x-"--'Mother, there is papa! h :!' r.t !-'. ex pin d. Ii was yet uta:t .; v ,.rv to her mother's home, but :lica:.-i.-ing the little sufferer, gatbucl ls.i ! Paradise of Innocence. IIi:ath WinhStokm. A 1 :;' storm pa-t-d over a portii.a o! K : -: ceiitly, which proved nearly .:.-.!-.-:;-: to aui'nal file :is the recent i"M;eI'- . vi.-ited with such terrible effect p.-.rt: Iowa. The wind a!o-e a! h'it'-f : oYIoek in the moi'idii. and c til three o'ehn-k iu the aftenc-.-r;. A". oYIoek tho lecrcurv rose t i lh'j . ; continued so f..r about an hoi;r. aa-j :! I'cua.u to ucerease ranu.tliw II,.- can scarce-ly be imagine. I !.r v a brisk gale, carrying with it a .-u.try.s pliurons smell. 'J'wo men in a ::!:; to cross the coiuitrv fr-un b": i '" if.' boldt, (distance eiht iiili-. werf " ken and perishfd. '1 here were threv at llumbiddt who w. re eau!.'. teams, which perished, the men ai v i v i ; g . tind are now in a lair way t. rt er. 'J here was scarce ly a e liii ki i; it the country. 1 loirs and cattle !1; n tracks and were suffocated. joctures and reasons as to its c..ut?e : given, but all are unsatil'..ct ry. A Cr.vvk V,'iiii(.i r a Moniy.d The sea is the largest of ceinete: . 5. all its slumberers sleep with"U' nicnt. Ail other grave yards, iiu'i show some symbol of distinct!,'!! If" the great anel small, the ri 7; and th, ; but in the ocean cemetery the k::; the clown, the prince and the pc:is:,'.' alike undistinguished. '1 he same mi's oyer all the same : cpm a:. ;: minstrelsy of the ocean, is sung t ' honor, t )ver their l emair.s the -.hi-' heats ami the same sun shims; j unmaTked. the w eak and the p,wcr!-.;: plumed ami the unhonoied. will .-iff until, awaked by the- same trump. : will give up its dead. j Oil BisfoYKKV. We icarn : ; i Pdairsvel'e ,Y.,W, that oil L.- i I covered on the bank of the l'iveT a' I place- Last week Messrs. K I rati' !'i struck a vein at the- depth cf l- !' which yielded a considerable .U:i!i'i'.v i 1 1 1 EST SP1HNCS a n i : M'ir y Ti'KNriKK oi; pi.ank i:"-m' tany. The milersipne,l. thre e of ih- C crs iiano-el in the .jiee'eil A ! "I ti.' ' ' AsseniLlv of this CViuuiouwe; tim; the all, nr nainel ('ciui':o: . '1" j;U .lay of March. A, !.. IsV." !:e"'-. notice that, in Mirsnui: o ef .-aiii '" "!- '' gllnr.il :ict in Mich ca.-c im:1ic ;.lol J'! :uiir.i cl the :oiii t lsj;. wiih its sue''!cMci:t. 1 ! eincncil. an,l siiLsi l iiitions to l'ai' l- j of sai,I (.iinjianv rccei eil, :it ll.f times ami plates, to wit: At the slt-re of E. H- 'e."yr- '. jirings, ("anihr'ni t oiiuly. ea Via; i '. ., tlay, Wetlnosilav. Tltnrday aid ! r;' ,, J 1th, 'J5th, 2;th". -JTth anel 1''ih 'i'1 ' teinbcr. A. 1 .. 1 St'O. ' At the house of Michael J. s' "i:''- in. Camtii ia county. tn .-vtti;riiay. .5 lav of .Sciitt nil'tT. aiitl on Mcini ay. , .. WMlnesilav mel Thursday, the I'1- -ttli (lavs of Octi.l.tr, A. !.. IsoO. c At which times ami places nv e"r the Commissioners named in s":i' 81 , : coriHiration will attend, and t-!' ' .r., Looks open, respectively, I"'" A nforesaitl, betwei-u the hours ji M. aud o'clock. P. M- of ea.h ot , '.. or until said hooks shall ha c the- v . n .. her of .-hares authoried by said :W porution therein subsrihed. ,..rTiT IIEXUY SI T -I- M. i U Ai m i ii ii i ;1 -"- M. 1H". ;1 W.V, at the iatet-ttiCevuiits. tiun,',' ''' the village of Suuiu.erv:Sio. He f fur some time at the Mi-ovuu, f.f History, in Cambridge, hat dk!:t;l .5'4 A-.:-a-t 1'