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trSIK RIGHT, TO BE KEPT R I O H T, W HSU WEOKO, TO BE 1CT BIGHT. , IIBSBtllGt THURSDAY::::::::::::::::::::::MARCn 26. . inlon Stale Convention. The Union State Committee, met at the Jones House, in Hatrisburg, on Wednes day afternoon. The attendance was large and the following call for the meeting of Stats Convention was adopted : " The loyal citizens bf Fenn-ylvania, without ii6tincticn of party, who desire cordially, to onite in sustaining the National and State Administrations in their patriotic efforts to suppress a sectional and unholy rebellion Against the. unity of the Republic, and w ho desire to support," by every power of the gov ernment, oar heroic brethren in arms who are braving disease and the perils of the field to preserve the Union of our father?, are re quested to select the number of delegates equal to the legislative representation of the tfiate, at such times, And in such manner, as .will best respond to the spirit cf this call, to Meet in State Convention, in the city of Pittsburg, on Wednesday, the 15tu day of July next, at 11 o'clock, a. ni , on paid day, to noiniaate officers for the offices cf Governor and Judge of the Supreme Court, and to take ruch measures as mjrjbe deemed necessary .to strengthen the Government in this season bf common peril to a common country. O. P. MARKLE, Chairman U. S; ConmiUtt. ftroKGE W. Hamhersly, 11 Seeretaritt. . 1 1LUAM J. IlOWAKH, j The Committee ako adopted a re solution favoring the formation of Union Leagues, ma follows. Reaolcrd, That it b recommended to the ' loyal citizens of Pcaasvl vania, without dis tinction of party, to organize in each election district in the State, Union Leagues, for the purpose of sustaining the Government in suppressing this causeless and wicked rt LelUon. which now seeks to divide ant. des troy the Republic. m m mm , i. The Hiss or liic Tipcr. Parpuant to notice liberally dissemina ted by printed handbill, a number of the eo called Democracy cf this section met at ,lbe Court-House ou Friday evening, to consider the propriety of f orming a "I)em ccratic Club." This undertaking was thought by many to be advisable and even neceeary, from the fact that the war is tow s tfcnsly averred by a particular class to have degenerated from its original in tention of the preservation of the Union into a bloody crusade against slavery, as .well n from that other fact that slavery was suffering considerably thereby. Be lides, the flattering unction was laid to their souls, that, by means cf this and , similar dodges, the dogmas of the Demo cratic paitj relic of- the past I might possibly be brought so favorably before the notice cf the faint-hearted and lily livered as to induce them to vote for the democratic candidates at some coming " lection. In which case, if successful in proselyting to a sufficient extent, couldn't our dear brethren of the sunuy South be brought back into the fold so nicely by eoaie degrading and unmanly "Compro-rnise,"- and their votes secured to the Democracy for all time to come? Cer tainly why cot ! So a number rather a small number, by the way of the "unterrified," acting tinder orders promulgated by Buchanan, Vallandiguam & Co , met in conclave to talk over the matter. M. IIassox, Esq. heretofore a bowld follower of .the Douglas was called to the chair. A Vice President graced his either side, and . three Secretaries were stationed immedi ately in frcct. After the object of the meeting had been stated, II. L. Johnston, 'Epij. another Douglas iusn, and at one time an extremely fierce one was invited. . to enter the arena and ".speak a piece." IVIr. Johnston responded somewhat unwillingly, io our notion, in which we hope we niaj be correct. lie is said to l-e an aspirant for Gubernatorial honors at the approaching canvass, and it would . n't do, of course, to dip too deeply iuto the turbid waters of political parlii-anship CGtil the question is r&t definitely decided ts to "whether the wind is coing to blow Northward or Southward. We are free to cocfess, ci passant, that he would make a reasonably good Governor, .would Mr, Johnston "but Andy Curtin would make a better. Mr. J. thought a Demo cratic Club should beorgauized forthwith, and proceeded to give his reasons. Prom- nrit omrnc tlireo vena V ftn tr!f TTninri Leagues wer springing up in every di rection, as if by magic, and everybody yrtcs joining them I " A counter-irritant, fa tho frLp of ''D-Jtcocratie Club-' 1-1 VI l. i i ... J .V... ..,.Jll nr- ''the party" would become worse played out than ever in an abbreviated space of time. Among other assertions be put forth, Mr. J. raid he knew of not a single "Wide-Awake having doffed his cape and cap and donned the uniform of a Union soldier. Now, this fabrication has actually become stale thro' frequeut repetition, and Bbould be used no more forever by gen tlemen laying the slightest pretensions to truthfulness andve'ity. In sorrow and tears we beg leave to recall Mr. J-'s at tention for a moment from ambitious longings after the future. Look to the field of Fredericksburg that vast Acel dama, where friend and foe, .Republican and Democrat lie, "in ono red -burial blent." There you will behold, alongside their brethren of all parties and predilec tions, the mangled and gory corpses of John Roberts, John M. Jones, Wil liam M. Evans, Richard R. Davis,. and others all members of the much contemned Wide-Awake organization, now martyrs in a glorious cau.se. Look, and learn a lesson ! P. S. Noon, Esq. alto a Douglas Deni- ocrat next took the carpet, lie didn't, pretend to make a speech, but only desi red to say that he was decidedly of opin ion that a Democratic Club should be manufactured at once. He went into au anafy-sis of the word ;doyal," and satisfac torily determined, in his own mind that is to say, that the term was applicable only to the subjects cf a prin'ce or potentate. lie next dipped into finance, then into figures, and ultimately iuto flowers of fancy. Mr.! N. fell into one grievous error, which ve cannot pass over in si lence. In quoting a portion ofPreident Lincoln's . Inaugural Address, he ren dered it thus : "Suppose you go to war : you cannot fight always; aud when, after much Ices on both sides, and no gain ou either, you cease fighting, the old identi cal questions as to terms of compromise are again upon you." Instead of compromise, the word intercourse is used by tbe Presi dent a very material diffeience, and quite tsufScient to spoil completely the effect of Mr. Noon's peroration. Gen. Joe M'Donald-- a Breckinridge Democrat followed. lie made a funny speech quite funny, in point of fact, aud glowing with quaint absurdities and com icalities, lie also was of opinion that a Democratic Club fcbould be formed. To the Democratic party alone must wc look for hope in the present crisis; and if we look, as we must look, let us look only through the medium of a consolidated party organization. Then will there be chance fcr success : otherwise most likely otherwise. Abe Lincoln, it is known, is seven feet on the length, seven inches on the jaw, and eleven feet on the rail ! therefore, he, nor no other Abolition mountebank, should be permitted to rule ever us. And so on, ud nauseam, until' the speaker subsided. Dr. It. S. Dunn another Rreckinridg tr was called upon to "exemplify" him self. This he failed to do, only to the extent of graciously informing the meetiug that the Democratic party was say about i two years behind him the aforesaid Dr. in matters and things in general, but in politics in particular. This palpable hit at the Douglasites was appreciated more or less as the case may be ! Furthermore, he wa3 a friend cf Democratic Clubs. So, in consequence of thif singular unanimity of opinion, it was determined that a Club should and must be organized; and a committee was appointed to engineer the thing to a point by next Saturday evening. To all .of which wo offer no objection. The Democracy have an un disputed right to designate Clubs as trumps in their little game ; they may stick to that color just as long as they please. Rut when it comes to this, that a political meeting is held, and the Ad ministration is anathematized, and the President denounced, and the cause of our bleeding country given the cold shoulder generally, and all for the purpose of the manufacture of political capital then are we opposed to the objects of such Club. We do not pretend to dispute the right of one man or set cf men to truly differ in opinion from another; but such differ ence of opinion should always be confined withiu the limits of prudence and cominou decency, and not used to subserve strictly partisan ends. Especially at the present time, khen the destinies of the Republic haug suspended by a single thread, should this be the case. Rut tbe savor of the fles-hpots, it appears, is too much foi the Democracy. Always panderers to power, they are yet true to their instincts, and patriotism and self-respect ape alike im potent to fwerve them from the disgrace ful course they are pursuing. Lovo of nationality with thorn Le degenerated 1 iuto a scramble for poils and "Demo cratic Clubs" is the result I 'Another thing: In the midst of all this fustian and bombast this enunciation of Democratic principles, aud denuncia tion of everything differing therefrom not a Bingle word derogatory to the arm ed Traitors of the South was uttered by either of the speakers. This may have been an oversight, but it is never theless true. In view of these facts, Democrats who- still cliug to your country re who desire to bequeath to posterity the inestimable privileges received frem your fathers ye who see in this war r.ot a partisan strife but a struggle for great and eternal principles hands off! Touch not the unclean thing called "Democratic Clubs," tor its touch is contamination and its teaehiugs insidious poison. All these men will be heartily ashamed sometime that such an oiganiz.ition ever existed be not among its adherents. In conclusion, it may not bo amiss to insinuate that, judging from appearances, the great and.once powerful organization known as Douglas men has been pretty effectually absorbed by their sworn ene mies, the RreckiuridgCTS in this county. At onetime it was thought that "principles were eternal ;" but now alackaday ! principles are a secondary consideration when brought into juxtaposition with power and place. At least the record cf the former wing of the Democratic party would go far to prove the truth of the assertion. "Can such things be, And overcome us like a summer's cloud, Without our special wonder?" A Crushing Etebulie. - Several weeks since, a scries of letters purporting to have been written by one "Scribbler' of- Oo. I), 115th Penna. Vols., made their appcaranc3 in tho Eb ensburg Democrat t& Sentinel. These letters were filhd to the full v.ith abu.e of the Administration, with vile liLels upon the President, and with mu'ish opposition to the measures being taken to cru-h the Rebellion venomous and ma'.ijnant were they as the mind of the moat disloyal Copperhead could possibh conceive. "Old Darker," we distinctly recollect, also came in for a passing lick, which did no harm to the individual in question, so far as wo are aware. The eTditorof the Dem. tf Sent, paraded these communications with considerable flourish, and even went so far as to unanimously endorse the f-en-timents they inculcated, and to recommend them to the" kind consideration of his readers. To Sergt'. Evan Davis, of the above company, was conceded the doubtful honor of the authorship of these "Scrib bler" productions; though the summer sault by which, in the short space of a couple of months, he hal succeeded in vaulting from the side of tne fticuus of his I country into the midst of its enemies was wondered at and scarcely credited. It now appears, however, that Sergt. Davis did indeed write the letters; but it is also satisfactorily demonstrated that, after the reception of the same at the oiSco of the Derm. & Sent., they were mutilated and deformed to sudh an extent as to cause the original writer to disown them. A "private note from Sergt. PAVI3 to a friend'-says in effect: "I wrote the letters, but some one else added a lot of treasona ble stuff to them. My first letter, giving a sketch of our march from Alexandria to the Rappahannock, came out in nearly its original form. The second was patched up considerably. The next I wrote before receiving the paper containing the former letter had I seen it, should not have written at all. I communicated no mora with that paper until persuaded to do so i , r i. , r i, , " ... . Miosam tnat tneir lrienas received tuo paper, and it would save them the trouble of writing. I wrote agaiu on tbe 21tt of February, taking extraordinary care that I shou'd write rothing that would be wrong or treasonable. When I received the paper containing it, I was shocked and mortified to think I had been fool enough' to write to an ungrateful scoundrel, who would misconstrue my sentiments to'suit lit nirn vpnnrnn frilncn ." J Beins unwillins to father the treasona- ' Lie doctrines attributed to him by the M j, y . i i 4i . i j Dem. & Sent., and Icath to labor under 1 i the stigma of traitor, Sergt. Davis took au cavby opjiortunity to write to the editor of that paper whereof the following let ter is a true copy demanding that justice.be done him. by the retraction of the offensive amendments and interpola tions. This the Dcm. t Sail., has emi nently failed thus far. to do j and 6o, to clear away the dark cloud of suspicion that hovers about his name, and set himself right generally on the record-, Sergt. Da via feels called ujou to enter our eolumr.s ir i self-defence. His letter will ppeak ior itself. Read it, ye who wish .to gain au insight into the manner iu which affairs arc eometiiifes conducted in a Democratic establishment: TCW.1 Camp xevu Falmouth, Marclt 7, " va-rr l? wading over tne ocrat 4- Sen tntl of February 2oth, I see a letter purporting to have h.-sn written from Co. D, lltth Kegt. Penna. Void'. I have but little to s.ty ; but you uddvd a lot of treasonable tlang thut I never wrote, nor authorized you nor any person to xrite, and if you produce the any person to tt . t, ana . you proauce tne original letter I know tlint you will not Cud one word of disrespect ued towards tLe President of the United Suites, and had you any Ben?e or common decency uLout you, i do not think that you would Dave added a lot of staff of your own manufacturing, that no pa triotic soJdier or citizen would jvrile, and all of this purporting to coine from Co. !,' 115th Kegt Da you or acy person that Las been acquainted with me, not know that' I would not be ass enough to. run the risk cf a General Court .Martial, by sending such tutf to be published ? ' You should study the Ar ticles of War before you misconstrue soldiers' letters iu future. I would refer yoii to Article Fifth : "Any officer cr soldier who gball use contemptuous or disrespictful words against the President of the United States, against the Vice President of the United States, or against the Chief Magistrate sr Legislature of any of the United States in which he may be quartered, if a commissioned ofliccr, shall be cashiered, or otherwise punished, as a Court Martial shall direct; if a non-commissioned officer or soldier, he shall sutler siurh punih- nieai as suau oe mnictr-u on nnu by :Le tea- i teuce of a Court Martial." Several persou3 ai home know that I have corresponded with you, and, to sec such stulf appear, would tkiuk that I had forgotten my oath, or had lost all sense cf 'honor, liven had I entertained such thought.. I nivr wo VI have written them for the mirnose of making them pc.buc : but suc.i thoughts never were mine, l am tnis nay as wihinjr to liirht tor tins Union as I ever wa. It njatters not what President I may be under, or what General he may appoint over are, I, for one, will try to do my duty, acd I feci certain that these are the sentiments of Co. D, 115fh Hrgt. Ve are willing to light rebels in arras, who are trying to destroy and divide oar once happy juia peaceful country. Wc are also willing, if necessaryi to return home and light trailers jvho are lUlrri!I? like mastered whelps at home, trying to weaken the Admini-itrati'jn, and destroy our Union, by encouraging the rebels to hold out a little lunger. These r re my sentiments, and I hops that they arc the sentiments of every hncit man Democrat or Republican. If you have the principle of a gentleman, you will republish that, and the other-letters, or that part which you added to them ia your contemptuous language acaint the President of the United States. If yon do not 1 will have then corrected. The Srst came out nearly in its original form ; the second had some added to it; the third the same; cud the one of the 21st of Feb. was an outrage. Your paper was a welcome visitor until you wanted to make it famous with the Vuilandighaia speeches cf the ruiscoustruction of our letters. You will do us a favor by keeping them at home, or sending them to some person that has no more sen e than yourself. EVAN DAVIS, 1st Scrgt. Co. D, 115th P. V." The Rebellion iuL tah. The recent trouble in Utah originated, it is said, in the act of Congress to pun ish and prevent polygamy in the Territo ries . of the United States. Drighoiu Youug is as determined to make this pe culiar institution override all others as the leaders oi the rebelliou are to make slavery dominate the rights of a free peo ple, and he does, not hesitate to resort to the same means. He is already in aniis against the authority of the United States and has ordered the Governor and Judges 1 of the United States Courts- to leave tho territory. The Govcrner has the riuht kind of spirit in him, fur, notwithstanding the attempt to intimidate him, he calledj the attention of the Legislature to the Congressional ena'.-tmeut against polyga my, and rcbuktd the Mormon loaders for their disloyalty to the Union. Governor Harding, iu answer to the Committee who called upon him o request his'resiiznation raid : 'I will not cowardly abandon my' post' of duty until it shall please the President to recall rue I may hs iu danger of per sonal violence by remaining, but I will not leave:. I wilt not be driven from iha Territory. As this is said to be a land of prophecy, I, too, will prophecy. If one drop of my blood is shed while in the discharge of my duties, 'by your ministers cf veu geance, 1 will be avenged, aud not cue stone iu your city will remain upon another." It is quite likely that some instructions will be given to the military commander in that vicinity, and that -Brigham and hi 4 Tf- 1r i 1 uiiw iKGnmnf r.j mil ! brought iaio suomiss:on to inc i-ws. inc ropu laiivm of Utah, bv the census of IstiO. was 40,208. The Area of Utah is about equal to the areaof the six New England States, New York- end New Jersey. Dkath of Gex. Sumner. Maj.-Gen. IL V. Sumner expired on the morning of the 21st inst , at tho re&idcnce cf his son-in-law, Colonel W. V. Teall, Syracuse, of congestion of the lungs, after an illnesi of only five days. The Geueral was under 6rd.ers to report at St. Louis for duty, and was ou the point of starting when attacked disease which has terminated fatal- 'J lle wfs .ne r the oldc'st g"cral in the arwy, having been m the service.over tn-t-iL rj- i . , , iortv-toar ears. iiis last words were. 'God save my country the United States of America." . IRIEF AND TO TilK'I'oiNT. The Ohio Legislature has adopted tLe following resolution, effered by Mr. Flasr, a Uuion Democrat, as a response to some petitious j ior an armistice auu peace : Resolved t liy the General assembly of the State of Ohio, That we will have no armistice ; that we can Gght as long as the rebels and traitors can j that the war shall go on unHI law is restored : aud we wiil tirvir despair cf the Kepublio." i'tie Uulou State Convention.. The people of the State will applaud the liberal resolutions of the Uuiou State Ceiitrul Committee as expressed in their call for a Unioa State Convention, to be held in the city of Pittsburg, on the 15th of July. 'v The action of the Commit tee ; , L t ,JaJ a ri U t0 j , . A, i. .i ' the spirt t that has a l ways proo.pt- ! ed the friends of the Ui.iou in their choiu j to sustain the prosecution cf an effective j xvar rihev I-avcj been animated by no j oth;r CJ0?i;.e lhan tlQ to strsn:llu th ; lhan t,,c to strer,:th- , . , , .., j ,i . 1 hands of the AuministratiOD. and tlu ! BCCUre the blessings of peace and Isbcrtj us ty. They apt.reeiate the recent bold move ments ot the loyal Democrats in 2ew York and .Now England; and hc-cii'g Democrats of the s.i'iio creed iu this State, anxious to manifest a similar love for the Union,' above all party or precept, they offer them their hand, and a.sk them to unite io an earnest war for the country. The call is gcuera!, and the platform broad, liberal, and comprehensive. All citizens are invited who "desire cordially to unite in sustaining the National and State Ad miuistrations in their patriotic efforts to suppress a sectional and unholy Rebr UL'n against the uuitv ut t?ie Kvpubh , a.- wh-Hire. to support, by every power of thewvernmeiit, our heroic brethren ii ann, who sire braving disease and thi: perils of tho field to preserve the Union of ! our lathers." Yh can refuse the Jest tliis iniTioseo and at the same time c'aini to be rcir?rdyd as a patriot ' Th? !c:ii- mittee present no consideration that can affect the must sensitive mind. They avoid, and it may be Wim tO'J mauiicS be with too manliest liberality, every ailusion to questions ot j public policy tnat men discuss witii one another. I Lev present the peopie wit;i a i-reat and fearful fctt the Hebel'.iou. Thov r. I.i.rl, h.uv ,li:tv t.e sl,r. presftion of tli3 rcb(;ii;on. iue3' s 'P?eul to tne noli. est sentimeut that can amniat? the true lover cf his couutry thzi t f sur.poriin thtir bnve brothers who arc fiiihtiu-; during thc-bj iuelemeut months far liberty and nationality. Can any man ! who preteuds to love his country refrain from subscnoing tj thecj eonuitious 7 Nu one but a trailer can refuse the principles here recorded. Lot the name he what it will, we are bound to regard as treason any tction that eaib:irra.-;sc-s the Administration, assists the rebellion, and j above all, stiives to keep ail sur-purt an 1 j comfort from our brave brethren in the ! field. The Couuiittce have no: "ue as fur us e could have wished them to go. Wc should have beeu satisfied to have destiny t.iat America r.iu.-t answer we should have been cmtc-nt to have seen conSscation, emancips.rir.n, and retaliation embodied, and to have acted with none ,-,,'.. , , , but .cllow-citiZcn3 who enaorso these opinions to the great necessity cf harmony iu the proaceution of the war, because we desire union for the sake of the Union vicaons may be and that they arc very dear to us the columns of 1 1 I - newspaper will show the Lepubhe is far dearer. Let that be saved, arm everything else wc trust to time, the future, ut'd the good providence ct God. To accomplish this salvation, every man is tr friend, an tiily, and a brother, who acts with r.: iu sup port of a wr-fthot wiil bring lasting paf. When pesce has come' agaij, we bliall separate and having saved the country. we shall" take our a-xa caur l:l relation to the policy of the country. This is our position ; this vrs deem to ., - j. 1 p , , this roust be that of every loyal mar,. let in unite together, DiifJ-pia one anoth er Lot there be organizatioiuevery where. In every county, town, and iownship let the friends of the Union meet together, counsel with" .one another, and unite in sustaining the Administration and tb.cwai. There is no better way of doing this thin to obey the request of the Committee, and without distinction of party, ''organize in each election district ot the State a Union league for the purpose of sustaining the Government iu suppressing this causeless and kicked rebellion, which n-w seeks to divide and detr iy th Kcpublic." This is a duty that lies at the door of every loyal man, and if it is performed with, fidelity, patience, and zea', tho best results will come. I'hHn. Press. Wootonnco..i((w!; .WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IS ALL KIXI'3 Or MEUClIAXMSn, Keep constantly on hajcl the following arti cles : IItV GOODS. HATS AND CATS. CAUPETIXOS, " OIL-CLOTHS, CLOTHING, IJONNETK, NOTIONS. HARDWARE. QUE K N S W ARE, PROVISIONS, JiOOTS a SHOPIS, FISH, SALT. (lltOCEUIE.S, FLOl'R, RACOX. TEKIt OF ALL HINT'S, V Kfi ET AH LES, AC. tJUT Cloth ii:g and Boots and Shoes tuade o ordor ou reaotiableteruis. Joanstoivu' JIarch ! 1860-tf. rp( LUMUKllMKN ! at C.ALEE1GIIT & CO.'? Uni ted States Rakcry, No-. 5, 7 and O.Dock St., Philadelphia. Two Million ftct SPlU'Cu' LINN. POPLAR or UEECII I.T'.MBER. and One Million tVet SPRUCE, LINN, POPLAR or'. BEECH BOARDS, tcn inches wide and one i;i.h thick. Alto, Two .Million LIGHT BOX STRAPS, five feet, tlx inches loner, fha ved ready for us?. Persons proposing for the above or any part of it will state price on car?, anI their railroad station, or in raft at Dock Srcet Wharf. Address C. ALBHIGUT ft CO.'3 D. S. B.akery, L, T and 0 Dock ?t.. jinlSMooJJ ' PHILADELPHIA. aex a'Ivrtieuieats; J auued tu thus call tests far more stringent --t, and Marietta, uir-cr cimdrcn of Y.'illl-u , and absolute. S.-ein- it, this war a i-reat V' I-cbcrts, ceased of, in and to, the ? i j . . ,i 1 i lowing described Leal Latate, tc -.v.:: . iuea an idea that overshadows and con- ui i ;. A n ; . . . .. , , All that certain p;'-.e or part Ci cl lr.J :: trols tne age m whici we live, and the u:ue in tip .town.liTs of Suhna.-rb;:! ml HAMIiICK & CALDWELL. HOSIERY, GLOVES AND FANCY (lOyL, JCo. 30 North Fonrth rt ' PHILADELPHIA cn n. n. havhiok. i. c. caiu,., Harch 19, iaC3.-tf. "" LDERSRIDG i . AOaTTeIiT 2i FOIl MALES AN Fi:'AI w The annni contest in this Ii'Stitnt'an"-" take pl.ce ThursJav March 2C:h a: c'r.-.?'' P.M. ":k The thirty-third sc-seion will pr T.i 5lh of Maj. " For particular? addr-vs Ilev. A. I)0NA1J)SU r,v I J. H. DON'ALPXON'. or i II ATTIB X. DFiACKLV Al,., :. iildersridpe, March 19, 1E63. i "VUDITOII'S NOTICE. JlX. The uadcrjigned, appointed Aud;t,-,ru ' the Court of Comiiion I'leas of Caul.ria'co- ty, lo report distribution cf the prccpp:s""f the r-al c-ptate of William O'Keetfc. sold ' PheriiT's sale, on Vend. Exprn .No. 12, Mr-a Term. If C.I. r.t the fuit of the Com ir.crwfa'" I of Penna., for use cf James O'Keeffe, lr-e".J ' of sr.id appointment, fit his otare, R'.,,. burtr, on Saturday, the 18th dy cf At -3 next, at one o'clock, V. M. . wLrn" iinJ -rLf all persons interested roav rttfti-i. J. E. SCANI.A5T, Aulltor Kbensbtirr-, March lt. 18G3-2t. A4 UL'ITOK rf NOTICE. J.X. The undersigned, appointed Audi:, by the Court of J'or.Mv.ovi Ieas cf Ov.nlrli county, to report ditribntioi of the pror-fj., of tbe real estate i f Cc-or,r Hock, EjM - Hirer; tTt sale on Ph;r. Vend. Expon., No. i;r September Terta, lcG2, r.t the Fait of i)fci,:ei Kedman, L jcrc.jv gives notice U:tt he wi.1 ! tend to the duties cf said r-pt.oir.mu.-i: v.L.i ! lu Lbensburg, cn !i:eday, tu If., j j , o ttoct i: v... m j j J E SC VNL W ! Ebensburg. March 10, lC3-2t. J UDiTOIi'.S NOTICE. ! The uder-r:gnd. P?o.r.te3 cdlu i hour and decide irrcn the eicijtieiis h'! i j .f, f,CCoui.t cf 11. Kink-.-ad end Eliralrj f : Siahl, t-.Js.i'rs- of Jacob Stahl, deceased. - rejjoit u:strlutit.n the fux d ia ti:el:r.ii of the fiduiiaistrators, LereT.y f,-4es tc:;:t that he will tit tend to the duties of said s poihtnrcu:, t.t Lis c.lke, ir. I.'I c-r sbr r;-, tj Satuid.ty. the 1I:L djy cf April r.txt. rt cn o'cloc'i.. P. !!., v.-Jitn ur.i where all ;rtc.i iuttrcStid Xiiay attend. J. II. SCANLAN. Aud'.tcr. .ei sburg, March 1?, 1802-3t. Ol-'Il--' COUKT SALE. i V ! By virtue of e:. Alias order cf the O'tKrit' I Cwurt cf Cafiibria county, to us J : r c-.-1 -d, ;le:e will be expc.sed. to jubii: vendue or cutr". ct. the premises, tn SATURDAY, the lhb'j' APRIL, next, ut one oV-Ioci:, P. Y.., u'.l tLi right, title, aud ii-terei t of Jane Ai u. Margi- Cambria, in the county cf Cun.bria, ai 1 S;:i r& P.nus lva.i., bounded and desvribci ti fol!jWi- TO v'il: b'e-iunir g at a pott, tbt l """"r m' ' 10! 5 ijcrches to a beech : thence Er.fi, 'A parches to a beech ; tiunce Sou'h, :iOj:L. : i et to a port: thence Wc-t i- hrV io post ; theace North 50 degrf-es est, 7e' ptrrh es to a post: thence South, 10D )(.rci.t, i he idaoe of b eini;!Hi,j : tna coina;uing oc iu) .,er...t..s, ftudi!lo-..ai-ce, t.t. Jtto, r-ll that certain piece or pared ofUsi, f itnate ia the town .hips of S;ninicrj;.l trl Cainbfia. in the coav.'.v of Cambria afarcrai'i. i Ijounded and dv.scrice 1 ui follows, .to wi:: cgian;r7 at a b.o.-iory. on the Lni!.-V.t l i ornt-r oi' said tract, thence Nvrlh 32 p.rol.M to a chestnut: tktuec tust. by laud cf Vil-.. Itoberls, Sr., 117 per-.-L-s t- a po.t; ilci.. South, by lun l of Iavid M D.. ;., 32 : cr.-h to t;:e Sou th-Wt st c-- c.or oi s.tid Levis' ; thcace West, 117 perches to the pk.e cf beginning; containing twciity-two (2J)atrt, oi thereabouts, with the allowance, 4.0. .-I 'so, ail taut cerialu piece or parcel cf adjoining the premises last Above dr.-crii, bt-ing fcitnate -ia he tovvnships and ccul: 1 aforesaid, ami eor.taininsr scen (7) acres tii j ei ,i.tv.one porchoS"nnd allowance. Ttrms C'f Suit: (me t!iird'cf the puno money on conftnna'ion of sale, and the biilrf in two equal annual payments, to be fcur-t by the boa is and Mortjr' of the purchasi". " JOII.s WILLIAM?, Guardian of Jane Anr. ci.u AInr;artt Jluln-U. Guardian tf Zlarittla Jitter j M-rch 12 ISo?. j T 1ST .1 j r.c OF LETT i: US niainin in the Post 0?fi'e, Ebet- bnr,r, Ta., up to iebrnary 15, lSb3 : .Mrs Rachel R-eci, - Iunicl J Jame.', " Fuuia Rrvi.n, Mary D Jchcr, L'avkl D Jaais. Jr, Rich'd Kajlor, V.'ru A D Kt-iiey. A brum Lon,:ne::?r' James D MWinrf. Josf ph D Myers, ?, J?uics Goony, T.'m II .V.ikiu, Robt A M'Coy, Rridft M'CuUoosb, Mrs ilorfcin. ' Provost MnrshI C- tria co, Tetcr Noon, Isaac Paul, Mary Jane P.eei-, Fan'nel R Kers,' Lantc-r, E S Kurn. John A Era:II?y, Al-raliam' Erown, John f'eke. Miss Rosunna Calne, John D Davis, Thcs Davis, Sarah Davis, Daniel Ravi?, Mary Jane Davif, Thos Davis Rol l R Davij, Saral. Evana, C, 2apgie C Evans, Evuu I" Evar.s, in C- Evans, Mi'Crgle Evan- (north) David Rowland l ncs J.van-, David E Evans James I'tirl, Ricbi Gittiii-rs, Samuel Gitlinps, Griffith r.riffith, Wm W Gritritb, AfTncsGror-e, Margaret (iia-s, 2, Sue Gallagher, Joseph Ileincr, Josephine O'llarra, Rev D J Iivrin. Mary E Jones, llannnh Jones, Thos James, " Abnim RibVlct, Jane Robert, Cr.thp.iine Donors, Amos W Roiau'i( Mary Jane P. !. James M Spal-in. , Et.-anuei 4?ullzUaK! Thomas J Stiita., Wn Stot't-hr?kcr, Ephrnini Sand. Charles Sboihr; John Titoaifle. John Wilkinson, Hannah V.'tstovtr, Diinitl 7iiey, Doct Robt Voun-r. u m Jones, Frederick YinhrC Person cnllirtr for the above let'1" ill please aav heT are ailvert:scd. JOHN THOMPSON, T. Ehcnsbur-r. FcbruAiy Ifl. !So3. 86?" Hanabill of ll kinds printed t cuice. - J.2TB:nka cf aUkkin,'i yrintcl . O.'Iit.