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YT2I. E. 6IPE3, Editor and Piouiietor.
Ebensbur?, Friday, Oct. 7, 1S33.
V. B. PALMER, the American Newspaper
Agent, is the cnfy authorized Agent for this paper
in the citic3 cf Boston, New York ana I .hikidtdr. "lu-
-ana Building? ; Bl
and Cbcatriut Sts.
abject totU decision of the Democratic Convemica. ;
jou?; c. lixox,
Of Tioia County.
TSIOIAS If. rOHSYTES,
Of Philadelphia Cou.Uu.
Of JLjfiin County.
jOnS CRKSSWliLL, St.
WM. T. WAl'Ht:tlTY.
ASDHLV J R3IEi
fOa riSTRICT ATIOEN'EI,
T. u. Iit: 'KR.
FOK COCNTT SXTRVErOE,
last Pumlav evening, in llhens'i urg.
& heciy G
top oa whi
end is duly empowered to tunc euverust.
tjubseiiptiou tt tlio rate3 required by us. I-s re
ceipts will be regard. d us pflyments. His ouicc-s
raRAton. Similar's Building; Iiw Turk, lr:o-
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Told ym ami j-.:icu, wiUi a red set in the ! that vcu know how to appreciate political in teg
uieh was engraved the 1." Iter S. in old En- . yly rrAv&ic worth.
ciit characir. The finder will be liberally rewar
ded on rtturuii'g the sim-J to the Editor of this pa
per. DEMOCRATS GT CAMBRIA T
Tl:e time for action has arrived ! The
next paper which we thall issue will proclaim
to the people of Pennsylvania the manner iu
which yen have performed your duty. Shall
hvp tho nvrtml frratiflc.it ion rf ir:vir.T ti-
i - c o o
.11 to .-. th.- t-mhlbs th f r.-iM Jbv-U ibr- 1 -.., I
V. . L. O LJV.V. VUU If... ....... . - V- .
nf ovorv 1 i hert r.h , vi n tvlriof. it, r.t.r S f t r-
uud our County ? "V ill your vcr-.lLt b
an one aswia cast elisnmv into the hearts o
the corrupt adherents cf 'Whip-gory ?
it he. such an one as we can, in nfter years,
point to vith pride, and tatisiiietion ? j
The time for reasoning is past. ACTION j
13 now ti.e watchword action is what 13 cs- i
f!m-r.ril .efinn Ic u !oi
peetedend necikd from every iKinccrzt. Ia !
the lanuaire of Jacks:u, T3 " ions.'dn-c.i un-
til the battle commenced, and Nov. wn mlst
riGur!" Aye, Cght bravely and manfully '
No wavering should he exhibited, no doubt.
ehould ho exj. reused. A solid, unbroken col-
umn should ho presented to the encinv, and j jj"..- i, ,
1 - ' anddubo.rg them, "Peoples ticket, Voters
tvith such acclaian, aglorioua victory is cer- j wiu havc handed to them, on election morning,
la,li" I such tickets ; and the nice ernes who have hatch-
Be at the polls early. Deposlte your vote, cd tbem, will swear Jir.-t that no parties now ex
aml then see that every man iu your district ist ; secondly, that Democracy is entirely useless.
does likewise Every vote should he cut this
fall. One vote may accomplish much may
change t'.ie complexion of the I'ennsylvania
Senatj ! Remember this, Democrats ! and
do not fail to give your ballot for the nomi
nees of your party.
combines to induce us to cnt
ardently for a tiiumph this full, and that tri- j when they expressed themselves about Whiggorv
umph is undoubtedly wiihiu our reach, if vet j and us incidental numbuggery in a very une
thus light. Our political hoi izon is clear ! qvocal manner be not their last expression
our party is united
way wi'ithv the e
-our cau li.httt s are every
sufidenee of the i-eopio.
and cur foes cau expect nothing
at our hands i
1-tlt defeat", niol n 11 is I ! i i t a f inn r, a t-....,.
I'ight! then, Men of Cambria for your party j
and your friends ! Fight I and your cfTorts
this fall will be remembered to jour honor
years to coiue.
Vote the cntiie Dfr.iocrjv'c tukft. Do not
fccraieh a man, rr substitute another. WV.ut
ever your persona! pivjuJieis may be, rc-mc-ni-
her that ia is a cariiual riiuL-iid" r,f ti-.o D..v, I
ocratic ciecd, to adhere strictly to rofrula- !
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noininatiocs. JN'otliinj should induce you to
sacrifice a political friend for a political foe.
Democrats! let nothing defer you from do
ing your whole duly nest Tueaduy. Let
notniug cause you to waver in youradhercnee !
to jour party. No effort th ;u':i bo spared to I
secure a glorious Democrat:
JOiiX fRESSWELL, LSI).
wish to impress ur-on tlie minds of D.-. !
rnccrais the linportanee oi auhering, u;n'; .?i'y, orPr ue lort-'a i.atl Koad recently, speaks in the
to this gentleman, who is the rc-uTurly nomi' !' ;''lowin vcr" complimeatary terms of the work
nated and popular candidate of thc party for I n,Ca Cmf'loJeiJ n i:
the State Senate. "We wish to impress tl em ' Dunng oap visit to tl;e Pisbrg.
with the fact that his electien is M Zt J
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v,....,. Jt .urj cv unir tiuty aim ve
to iu:rress them with the truth that i
Yiafo ririn f, .i AT.. It.-, r ,.,"7. .1 .
. e.... "i. nut tiie success 01
tho Whi nominee.
According to Whig authority, BRISERY
LSSH CORSUPTIOrhavcintirkfd every step
cf that party up to this time. Accordi'ii- to
their own statements, Conferees, prctscs,
and men l,aye Leen bought up, like diec-p in
tho ehambles, aI)J (ue strength cf all their
aspirants was w-t-iohed ty fbe doIlars cn .
cents each could command. Now, citizens of
Cambria Biair and Ilunlingdon, whatcan he
expected from a rarfy whoso lcaJf K
openly and repeatedly eccUl!e tttL otLcr of
tntery and perjury? If ch corruptions
mark tueir iniiku ry proceedings, bow would
they act if placed :u the Halls of Legislation?
What Lope could you eutertain that the same
almighty dollar" weald cot control their
actions then that controls them now?
Cur candidate is honest and competent.
His political 6 ml private reputation is. above
suspicion. Between Lim and the Whig nom
inee, who, then, can hesitate which- to choose?
temperance men. U e hel.evo they fro tin- j
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cere in their devotion to me cause, iui we L-t- i
j lieve they aro equally eiiucie in their att::e.i
i mentd to the Democratic pirtv. Thcv tat:
! havd o hen; cf clcctinrr their Li iiiiucc, tnd
, , . f), hvA tL,v ml, loSc
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the Senate of the State. A luin scr.se tf
dufv would indicate, then, the c;ur.-e they
should pursue. Every cue f them will sd- j
n.it that of thu trro political candidatea th y
would infinitely prefer the Democratic ; why,
j then, ihuuld they T.eakeu his prohpects cf
j election, ly throwing their votes away ''. This
i question should Le seriously considered,
j We have no doubt of Mr. Cn ssw ILLS
j election. Wc feci certain that h will be
i elected j hut the Democrats tni-.bt Le united
to accomplish this result. Ih-inf inh. r this,
j ye who hate ccrrujticu ond d.5j ise ilihonf3
! tv, end cast vourvotca whcie they v ill tell for
t the cause el hone.-ty and nuih.
! ANDREW J. RHEV,
; Our candidate for Treasurer, should receive cv
; cry Democratic vote in the County, for a more
1 deserving, gentlemanly, and principled man is
not to be found within its limits. He has lat
i tied zealously for the lncr-surcs ?.cd men ci the
i party, and deserves the gratitude cf that party iu
j Mr. R hey will be electee! cf that there can be
j no doubt and he will make an oEccr of w horn
j we may well he proud. Rally ! then Democrats,
and give him a vote that v. ill show to the world
Lcok cut for Slanders.
Democrats, look cut for Slanders cgainst our
ticket. Our opponents arc busy e-irculaling re
ports calculated to injure Messrs. Collins and
Daighf.rtv, which reports arc utterly without
foundation, and should be treated with merited
These gentkrnen arc known to be honest and
! competent, ihey have made :o vleilnes tor (aid
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. agtnt'.ii trie Fame r.HKuie, r.na are wormy oi tne ?
i support of every honest man in the District.
Whiw; leaders are aware d their .-trcngth. and ill !
. 1 endeavor, by base misrc-pre-.si illations, to induce i
' i Democrats to .sacrifice them for their own double- .
As apropos so the prcse nt state ol things in our
own state we ouotc the followinrr from tlie Ohin
."statesman, it iiiet u.o i.n on mc neaa exactly
Whc-n a class cfiitrsons are hard up for strength
trntt itasons 10 t acic inem, inev can in tlie tua oi i
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Humbug. The Whig party is in this cate corv
i and what elo vou think they are at ? They arc-
r. nm-nn i inn Gel:-?3 in ift rmt . ... c r.f .1... C.aO.
now that Tiiggcry is "dead and done": end
lastly, that the p ople have got trgtther in sonic-
miraculous manner, and by seme " fusion"' of
f.ageiecn Is r.nd confusion ofnatr.es haveoblitttra-
toil an 01a tiisunctie ns, and have circssccl tltn.i in
I ran new suits tore-present their intenst in Ohio.
-Now, it always bothers us to know when " the
People"' got together last. If last fall's elections.
will some cue till us, u-hcti 1
FIVE DOLLARS IlLWAKD
To the man who will tell, when the pconlc met,
since iasi lau tucuons. In several countits we
know ofthis information is desired,
. , ,fl,..P ' ,
e publish in to-day's paper
he address nC t'... I
.Mate Cent ml Committee, ami ask tor it a careful pe-
by eveiv t-fiitoeratle oter into vbose hands it
may fail. It is very ;.b!y written, and gives a sh-rt
history cf our csnelidates for State ofl'.cers I-n iti
hc !-cn t;'at each oite of them his filled a nnmbcV m !
l",norab cnJ rd'd!e positions, and invaria
'i,1.,.rr.,vl il,.s ,1, ...t,u ,:.t.it...
; diicharged tiie duties wi:h fidtliry.
A T3-n.snci-f s r,,
To any Pf-mocrat who will brin? us the returns of
his township by eieht o'clcek. nex-t W.bs.,-..
ir.g, we wiiUuri.iMrone copy of our p. per for a yW;
gratis. We are on:, ions tohave the vote of our coun-
I ty ennrc on that morning, and hope our friends will
; send in the returns.
The Editor o
ti.e IlarriLbure Union, who passed
......... . F-s.-s..- ani ircigui
over the old end nearly worn out Allegheny Portage
railroad, w ith its seven planes, f.iid weak and disabled
uiaciiinery ; and we are only surprised to see it iter- J
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' immense service imposed upon it.
Wc wish to bear our testimony to the good conduct of
the employees on this road. Instead of linding then,
as frequently represented: a hard nation? v.c found
them quiet, attentive and orderly, performing their
outies with a promptitude and gentlemenly deport
ment that contrasts strongly with many of their tra
eiucers. Quite a number of them at the planes the
mtchers-are kept almost constantly on their hands
and knees, bitching and loosening cars ; yet in all this
irksome duty, when they were much pressed fortmie
we never heard a profane or a vulgar remark. Each
Knew his duty a,l performed it with dispatch, alac i
ry.and order, impressing all who saw tbem, moBt fa-
voramy. inacccG, we never saw
" men any w here per
form their durr better. "
We were informed, by a very prominent and we!!
informed Whig, daring the present week, that the
nominee of that party for the Legislature, Mr. Kope
lix, (who is aUo the Temperance candidate,) had
plcogcJ himself both for ami against a prohibitory
liquor law, to prominent men in Allegheny town-hip.
Here we have a sump1 of the double dealing prac
tised bv Whig ofnee-tcekers to nccotnplUh their ends.
n-t ...... .. i -t , , I,....,-,
any v.cw hob-
by that promises to curvthem imo powr., jiul tn-
co Jtc jn!o tl!(.,r c;..,r,;.. ;:nrl, t!ljt are afloat
, j-.,,, ., mJtl wilu opp-es the.-.
h:'. s'i torn a.s
new l'ai.gicd iuocn;t.-iifs, they j r-ielim thcrnM-lv.es.
or posed to them nil 1 What fotif.der.co c-.n be r!.!Ct.l
iu a u:.:n who will thus coirprr-mise liii-.i-i" So secc-.o
an election? V,'ha.t touU be cxpwr.e J ;u m r.n c:.:
cial aspiiant who is " all :h:!5 by tiiins Jtr.d t:otb:i:j
U:;;V If we are rot much niiitascn in the people
i n- c.r county, tins Jui.us Inccd U.i? v.-i.l Sir. ? leave
sU,. t hoiue this winter oul Ic.iru c-r-sUtency.
TO 1HH TOLLS CEKGCHATS !
democrats of rct:ns Ivania, ren.e ir.ber that you
v.ili le railed t pen on TUESDAY NT.XT, to cxer
e one ot the niatieat pounce puvuege uno.t to
the civilized worh! that of electing your own ii!er.s
s rot oll.cers at the billot box. You h.-. v.i..ii-S;ate
officers to elect, viz: a Judge ot the Supreme Court.
an Auditor General., a Si.ivevor General, an! a (.'ami
e f.irt place.
ave as 3 cur c."ii:d:cate.
Hon. Jehu C. Ktiox, v.lio now occupies a seat en U.e
Supreme Il' i.ch, and who has di.-ehured tb" functions
of his otr.ee with a modest d.gnity: and a pro:ound at
tention to the l.ig'.i responsibilities icstiag t'pon um.
that will make him in a very few years the jV.-'t
jurist on ti;'" leneh.
la cpro:.i:Ion to hiin. the L'gs Lave retmru'ed
a certain Mr. Euild, that the people at large m-ier
he.-! o of be :ore.
He tv. cert these tv.o, there is no diulcvlty in deci tug
i;: f.;or of Jud-e Ki."x'.
For the second edlVe, j ou 1 ive prc.-er.'ed s yur
Cirrlidate, the Hon liphralm Dan'.:.e, the re-cnt in- j
dl'.or General of the State, v. ho has discharged !he !
high duties of his office with a care, industry ar-d rrei
scietitious rectitf.de, that Las ende-iied Lim to tht ptr
tv. Ii" has Ior-g be:"n favorably ki.o-.:ito ;!.c j:o
pie of Fcnnsj lvania. 1.1 ir.g heid rcvejal prouduvnt
olilees. and never lias the b:eathof slander uticrcd a
word deroi'atoiy to his eh? racier.
In opposition to him. the Vi bigs have rf. Cited a
Mr. Mc'.Turc, of Chambcr&burg, v. bo is t i.t;.-r!v ig
norant of the f.iianees of the Com n.e n call ii. that in
his fust political essay he made an error of (nu ,..'
.'ions of dulurrs.
Ik't .eeen such a blunderer as this, and Mr. Hanks,
the people v. ili at once decide in favor of the l.if.or.
For the third od.ee, l he convention has pre
von the name of the lion J. Porter Erav.'ny. He nl-
so is '.veii knov.n to
'.it j:eop:c ot the Mate. Imme
diately after gradual:". at Allegheny College, he iu
elected to the Ilou;e of Kepre.-en'.ative: , m here he w..
an a'-tive ant leading m.:nht- for two vcu is. t-cd.-c-
(juentiy lie was noiiiina:eJ, and elected
where he lerve.l with grc.t cr..-'.it to hit-
ssii;. !of Ti.it '
n i:'": v. as r.
r.l. and t'.ectej
t. He !..,.. r-
year. Aline w miaimp'.i : corr.
inated Ic-r the r i'ce of Survey or G. e.-:
bv the pc.-.nle at the t vccf-edir.g el.-cti--
! ved the public faithfuliv in this position for
f vea;?. r.tid is now acain rrientcd to vw bvibcDem
f o.oiit.. i.'ii.o.ilo.cLiuiUlii tj il.e u-iigr-i of ll.fl p-v.l-
i tv. for re election.
! I-.i oppc-ition to kirn, the Wiiigska-e pre.-enta! the
name of Christian Mv
a fnega.lf Den.ijciat. who
' oetci ico our ranb. nccause u.e i ai ... vt t;na not ie cr.-e
the laws of nature, and enable him to make iron To
i advantage in a ldaee that nature t.iwr intended 1,-r
such a busii.cs. Fitst, a
then a irulen'-Vhig.
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The people ca.-mot i.t,l to ii.-p-
Irt .Mr. Brawley, who has always been firm and con-
si.-t. nt in his political courtt. ..
For the fourth oiilce, the convention lias present. :',
hc n;-.:,.e cf Thomas II. Forsyth, of I'hiladelphia. j
He h is lor
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sei.-ativfs and e!iate. and lias made the impruwm er.t j
1 system of oar Stare
i j rohably no man in
his study Ibr jf ars
the e'o!jiir.onw ealth
more eon- ;'
vers-mt Witn tne condition of our public worlis t-rn;
Mr. F., and he has a In ays been prove: bial for st-.a lir.g
h'.rt-:y and t'.riet ir.tegiity in the discharge cf his
public and private duties.
In t ; position to him, the V. bigs have r.
Mote; Foe. nail, of Lancaster, of whom hi:
known, and that little not to his advantage.
oi-: -e : 1
fi'.tie is i
the whole ol last winter, he vo'.t J for all :h? mes
nres of extravagance of that extrava ".ml iC;s!rri.
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TkeiC. fellow De
emocrats, are tne camtniates pre-
entt.l to you, and vou cannot fail to elect the n.cn .
your own choice, if you but organize in your different j
election districts, and, bring out the entire DVinccritlc !
r, . ,1 . . . , . . . . , ,
11 'i.i iioi uu it. nav on 111c ayiaiuv exisiir.z in tne
lr.tve a tf-cret orgun-j
z.t'ion that vill p-'-li a huge vote therefore, -it
i. lie- .
o-.-.-ij 10 inti-i luein.riuu overcome ir.--.-ir. 1 insran
oe uone. l.et it lie Uoao. tuni I ennsvlv ama vi'lo;cu- i
, m ;. n..n.rt tu.itaii j
pv that h gh petition with her sister States that long
principle entitles her to assume.-
Anctlier Conferee Bleetiiis.
The r.cprest ntative Conferees of this district
lavcrabli- to tin- ciwi-tiueut of a prcnibitory brpior
law, met at Temperance Hall in Bedford, on the
2Glh September, lSobt.
Messrs. John Williams, George Settlemoyer,
and Dr. K. A. Jubnstnn
from Cambria county, and Messrs. lVtor If.
Shires. John II. .lonrdnn .mil Tll, T lU.l.,..
- - , - . , . . .iiiaii-
son as Conferees for Bedford country.
The meeting was organized by calling Dr. R
Johnston to the Chair, and appointing John R
un consultation it appeared, that the views of
the several candidates for the legislature, ujwn
the subject of a prohibitory liquor law bad bet n
satisfactorily ascertained by letter and otherwise,
and it appearing further, that John II. Wilkinson,
of Bedford county, and Abraham Kopelin, of
Cambria county, were the only candidates whose
views are satisfactory to this convent ioijdThcy
were, on motion unanimously non.rnatecf as can
didates for the legislature favorable to a prohibi
tory liquor law.
Therefore, Resolved, That we have all confi
dence in the intelligence, and integrity, of the
above nominees. Thai we pledge them our uni
ted support, and that tie cordially recommend
them to the friends of temperance, throu"bouf
this representative district.
On motion aeljourued.
. K. A. JOLLNSTON. Chairman. ;
Johx R. Joubdox, Secretary. j
Cf the State Central Ccnrnittee.
To the Dcmocrccy of Pennsylvania:
The sppronolj ;f our Central Kiection is ft fitting'
ec:usiuM to cr.e;:l to j'ou on-bclm!f of theinterests,
th j biieets.-?, lind the priLipK9 of our cuiiunun iur
IV. The ui-'ist impoij.:.i.t oilicers iu the Judi ci:il,
.l!'gis!a:ie und Jlsecutive brauches of cur t.tte
jciv li-iuent ure t'i be tided, and it becomes the
j -iii jini'Hii.t d-ity oi every Democrat nttuche l to the
principles of bis political faith and tiusinns f- r lis
honor e.n.l prosperity, to leole bis exerdoiij.
ii il iience. and his v.;!-: to the cau-e.
V. e are proud of our Mate nominees. The Mat- ile ., , , l, , utv Attorney Ge::.r .l, ;
f.cket i, worthy of your suppo.t. It lS,aj a iaithtu! .T.,,-r. V. Ur, lire aW..? trat a j
'roup if honorable and honored mmw, iw. J c .ni- .,. ; j , -., ., ( j ,
Wines an aggregate of talent, ehararfr s.i,d wsrii, j !;:-av.l.v U (,', ,:, -,,. i...t-:.iebir. ! : -r-- t j
!v, if ever, sui jiasaed bv
tiuus in Ibe umiuls ot our truly Pcmoci at:e Iitate.
The Jiwti. John ". Knox was noiuinaie 1 v. i'.h tin j
unanimity that fairly represent :d ll.r- univeriai re- !
j eet f. r t.'.r j i iu-: ai uud persui'.u cljnr:i't-r t::al
pervade a'l se.-lions cf our Cuimii m e;.Uii . JsrJge I
kif.-x was l.'.vn m lmga county, on tl:e 1MU oi
I-obrimry, l.iT. and ndmilted to j lattice in the
courts of that cuuttty, in Ji-n. 1 8C'.. His success,
due to bis taletita. enevrrv nad !." tdnc. was in'.tae-
j .Jh.tc i- J 1 I rilii.mt. In January, Ib'iU, he was ap
l Pointed l';.uiy Att-roev General ef Tioga, and
L-. i:t:nued in !l::.t( fi.ee for three year?. In trit
he was ele. tea to the l.i'gislature, and re-electo J in
184ii. At the commencement of the M'S-ion of
I.S47. he- l. r:eivi.d the unanimuus v.-te f t .e L'el-.o
eratic numbers of the House of U-mrcs.-utativei lor
ij'.eakcT. Judge Knox's retirement ti-m a
li.e iite r n!im,-t ir.uiiyJi.ite!;, li.,io'vet ly an :n-
vitation i'r.-m liov. Shutik to n -ee; t tliv . office of
i i'tts'.deut Judge f the Xth Judicial Di-trlct. com-
J of the cou:)tiri t-f W csttm.re'.aie', Armstrong.
l:o':i .in, :. u 1 Cambria. He wa j cnmmi.-ninnc-i on
the TJi.ii of Atril, ISIS, u:.d u:,ani:nou'y Confn o.c !
by tne t. 'ii ate. In tJotober, 12ol. lie was e;eete I
rresflent.lu.ige ot . llltti Ju-iicmt l'lstr. -t, over j j ,V.1S ,,. j r. i:;..-l:ber of tne ltv.se e-! Kep
i.is i-osnpctitor. Judge Uutbngtoii. 1-y nearly yi) ,.,-,s,-tJt.,t;n-.. n-vl v-.-iskr"-'iected t- the ht ite ik-ti-niaj-iiity.
and in M ay, 1 H'SA, app.di.ted ta the u- ,.e aIJ j IC v ..,.,. . ls'. i.
pi.-ine l.enea lylov. log.tr.
Tire riidnir ami i-i-r..-; .u. us career 'f. uje in '-s
is the iv i lem.-e and the result of t.frit. He is a
learned la-.vyi.-r, an aide jurist, nn Un.-t! ::i in. In
the IS' .r: hern and V. esti-ru counties, whil e Lii j i
.jiei.il chnracUr i- best l.t.own, our c rr-.a.-; : ndei.ee
at'. ;- that his j re-.etit iHiu.inatlcn will i o nj f r-.v-ed
by an unexampled vote. Although his ; r.iiVs
sio;iai m;-J leg'alatiec career j r. ve 1 l:.ia to be a de
voted tin.k-tit uud valuable m-n. .,-r. it Is as a y: i,'e
that he h' ; ec.i rs t :!!-til-'ti-i ed. l'ei-ju-tj
t.ti.1 fe-.r n..-t. In his hands, t'lj Maha !' justice j
:,i . ': 1 lirui'v mid even. Th
e enhu i
v. ii j.se list. r. sts i.-ivo i
! e.ire, U e:i, :i
th- re.-p.-ct feit
for ttie pi-.'!vui!-t ami y.rX j-ivit i. cn.y une-piasti-tl
t v esleern t. r
.to virtues, unst otted
rity an i r.ni'".b,e in inn- r?.
The Hoc. il;.hr,iiin Uinhs, the D'-a-s.-r :c c.n
.11 dat 1 r Au iter General cf 1'ennyl , mi i a, is .f
S - .teh Irish .ies.-eut, and of good, eld r.io!ut iota
ry stoch. His rui.iin.thu-. Juni-.s Danhs, was a
Sc. O -uia "... i.ioi foiiuht nt lo addoe'.'s t ie! 1 un
der a-blogO'i!. tind :i:ur':ir b reside I in York
eouatv, v.oere his fattier. Gen. Junto ) It.mks, n
. j tiurn. I! .- grai.-lfather, with his family about
j 177-1, moved to I...t Creek Valley, then i'uniber
! h.n !, nfte rwards M riiin, now Juniata coimty . I'emi
' i svlvauiu. His innternal grar. ifnther, l.ob.-rt N-1-!
so,-;, was an Irishman, and lost a valuable i-s'ate
i ) lyit.g in J onli.ta county, by his devoli,..:: tj the
u-e ct jj.-i-.ro n-i.-nce.
The fan.ilii'S en t.-.-lh side", psrtl l; .t- . 1 iti the
v ei'ti nary striigT-'e, ai.d old Ei-riivo f--r tne
i country, lit
1 l.Ol.! I liivioia--
hraini was b rti ".t: t r ,i- '. .1 itj n the
I l y his gi-::i. '.:":. rii c-r i'.ai.l.s, iu 177'J.
! i ..e f it:,:';, e.-.;s::.ess was tr.r.o f.r,
! firm ted in th- t b.ir.li-ss. ai.-I f- 1 -v.-
i v.-.s i.b.e.t sixteen vo-.rs .::' a.-:. H..-.
he was io
i it i;-:tii 1:"
; r oi,.ai;-i
i the best e iu-.-atien la" J littrv j-.n i tl.-i .-c
I h. :he i-:g!.:.. rhoo-l a:f r led. I ae-p.V 1
; kn wl-lg-.- o7 taat liemasies and. s;;-.' e. dug, he
j ti-ted s-.ti-vi iti oecasioi.a'l v itii the the:; D.
; -a r
I l f til- fait;?', ftl.d Was ;:fo 1 1- 0!'g."o! ill
j st re-h -e;a.::g, s;i-i oilier purs-i'-'.s. ttulii lie was a; -!
pointed Prot-.o notary nu l I I rh of s - vera! of t!.e
(-..... .s .. I'.ir-a.. J..;uty) 1(y -lflV I J-.-y iii l.-.I.H
j iletoiv, mid i.b. 'it tlie t.tiie of i.i- up! o ;i-r;i '.-it. J.e
I held sever il military ofe-es. t.ni ati.ong t'"-i- the
! (,lf:c; f Cohitieh Fin din-,-, by the opptirtiitt.ty the
e ef 1'rolho-iotarv nShr-lel hint, that the lei; il
1 r r 'iCioo lea ii.-!r. e o.i:l...l 1 . ti.t.. tn..i. n o e
, , , , .... , - , .- . .
! other lo.-ire.ss lie eounl tpi-mly L.ia-cil lor. he
j r,..; i.lw u3 a tu-b.-n), under the direetioa ef the
i late Alex-indor 11. Anders .11. Esq.. one of the n-.os!
, ti.i . ........ 1,.,-j ..1 . ... t .1... ,o.
I tin'! was a !:n:tte-l to prtictiee ciii';.'- luc felui.i'.ts-
s . .. ,'
n, . ,,0 Vlls t.lc..t.v! menit,r ,.f nj.ss.,
j f.f l'et re:- nt ttives, and was twiiv re-elected. I' r
the first year of his strviee he was 0:1 the I'etmuit-
t"L;i '-y'aie s and l.-.c!:e its, mil on t.ie J u-n .i.-.ry.
,;.. 1 n 1 iMvrvi-t.i . ii i tin 'i M .iis, (. ;. m t::; I, t-i
tut.- .'ii i.' ..ii , ,"iu,i.itivf. 1 i-i itui .t.ti .-I
Sl.rvic- in the l.,use, no one . i j ,ved more of the
kimh.-ss and r.'si --ct of his IV!1.., w moui!,.-rs. Wh:
ting ir, dep. ivlent'y hituself itccordir.-j to bis otv.i
leiti-nt, he ithvtivs treated re.-r.ectfoi! v t'e o la
lis and actions of others.
loni ig his tirni of service in the ITois.., h? ku
sroclatcJ with Judge Morgan, Cadwr.Vndir Ev.-.ns.
!. i Jo'.:-. r.a:ir, wim Ital been 1:1 ,-ii.bei 3 h-.-f r and
s f..r l.-ick as iu 17i'd, and others of e -u d c-io'..-t-
ty and much experience, and
personal! v i.nd politic:;!! v.
ct.javed their f.
lie wa s iiiterw ard3 elected a nu-i
or of the
vcs.ma toamenu tne t enst.iut.ou 1,1 tne Mat-:, nni!
w.ts a z -alatts and tahcit nt nformt-r cf that tab-n- I
ted a:, i respected bo ly. lVrh..ps no ine.-nb.-r
steod fairer With liis fellow -melol el's than t'.ld ill !-.- !
raha I'.anks. If he v,a not so brilliant as same, :
It.. . 1. ....... :.. t:..: .... te j... .tt.i 1 : . I
t ..i..o...s,u,i.io.s. n m u-.t a.nn.e jii
ti.ends by so i.t.hat.ons ol wit ati i t xhiiiiiions of j
leai-neil Li. .wled 'e. bf never fatle.l to sn-fa-.t oil-., :
Eelf as a man of mind and imn.rurs.
From the time he served in the Reform Coneeu- 1
i tion until his present term of service ns Au htor 1
iiener.u eoiniiiciice'i, net
levoted hitnself to the btisi-
his profes-ion as a lawyer, and the- nifalit,
eon.nuinit v iu which he resides as a use ful
e 1 . . v .. , .... -. ... 1 o e,. I. . j -.. u.e il.s ;
I Au lltor General, he has ,.ro-.-ed himself t i be e!h- !
ciei.t and f.aiiafu! to the interests of the Goniaion-
. -i i t -
Wl..lpll,i a3 corit-ous and pleasant iu refer-
once to busit.es,. transactions.
Mr. Hanks is a innn of fr.niiiy. His eldest eon
is a successful hiryer in lloiliday sburg. ilia sec
ond sou died in Sin Francisco, in October, ISIS,
where he had located as a lawyer, with very flat
tering prospects, liis third son was in all the bat
tles near the city of Mexico, under Scott and
WoTth. mi. 1 is now a p.ractieiag pliynieian. lie has
other and younger children.
Tiie leading traits of bis character r.re c.tuiioii
and firmness of purpose. His iiitud is clear and lo
gical; and be isnhkays ready la prefer that which
is practical an 1 useful to that which is speculative
lion. J. 1'ortc-r Lrawley, the candidate for Fur
veyor General, was born in F.andolph township,
Craw ford county, Fenusyivaiiia, on the oth of No
He entered Allegheny college in the Spring of
IS'57, w here he graduated with the highest honors
of that institution iniisdO. On leaving college, be
wan elected to the House of l.eiri-setitrithts of
Pennsylvania, ia and reelected in lbl'2. Mr.
H raw ley was a very netite and ffh'eicrit member of
the Hou-o while he occupied a seat in that body.
eicee.iingty important and laborious. He w is also
chairman ot the Committee on Pensions ami Grat
uities during liis second term. In 18-11 he was
nominated for Senator in the Crawford County Con
vention, hut declined the nomination in the District
Convention, after having been adhered to by bis
friends through two hundred and eighty-seven" bal
lots, in order to compromise the conllicting claims
ol tiie two counties. In 1 817 he was nominated for
the t-enate, nod elected, by a large vote. He main
tained a very honorable standing in that dignified
body. He w as a member of the Committee on the
Judiciary, chairman' of the Committee on Corpora
tions, on Estates mid Eselicnts.and on the Militia.
Ho was an industrious and talented Senator, warm
ly devoted to the interests e.f his constituent.
in the session of 184A, Mr. Bra ley was noniina
ted by the Democratic members of the Senate for
t -. ,,ti rri, ur. v.. J .... .-r.i,. ft,..t ihami I.u l'.. , anu nnn, tn sn.ao. 1 .a r m t n n I .. , . 1 ..:..: r . ,
... ... ...... j.... .... , t... ..st au .iiiiiy uie ; i toe Lon-tto Fbiuk lload, that an clei
Durir.g his fit st year ot service he was chairrn.-.n ot j yery party and ptisons whom they had almost i be held hi the office of the comnmv iu the
-...Vi:; l'r,uc deified Ufare. Recent instances hv c. i Monday, the 7m of ovvuiU
.: ..c ., tp... ....... l tlmt 5 ,c it,, j: .'.,. .. . i for the purpose cf elecliiij; oth.-ers of the
uuiiuu-ui . .Mfiiiiiutt, i:utn oi ..iiicu i.osuions were ; -. ... , ,t: uisai .miuiico. in tneir ov- .-.,,n . -. . n
Speaker cf that body, but was defeated by a einglo
In 1S--0, Ur. Erawley was norcinnted by the
Democratic Mte Convention for the office of Fur-
vcyr.r General of the Commonwealth, and was elec-
ted. He was ng tin nominated for the same office
by the late fourth of M..reh Convention, Hud is tt
present the Democratic nominee. He has made an
Me, ind-.:Mr;ouS and faithlut oliieer, v.ul J... given
univei !-.! ':t;-f ieti u to u'-l who have b-.-l buiues
w ills ti ehi'-e.
Ml. fi'.uiic-v. ntler be ielt cu
tli 0 stii'jy ot iaw, uznjrr Jin.
ge Cbnreh ui.J W if
ure f - t vi-ars.
u s 1 1- I to tin- t"tr i-3-;, at ii.e
i lnriii'.' hi-. !
1 r. a il o'i.:o ,i-j:ig to-.o,
n -li.g'.e voto that in
i.tu el tiiy rty. He i-
t. Men' .
j-..-,,:0 a!, i
oiaj t to
, :.r .;: la-iui.eJ"-!, ar. i is p,'-- j-'
:i r.reat k.nin. uio! c tu ro.-'iy ot .lipos..,-. i.
As a ir.-.n r.m n p..:'.tieiD b lis always erj..yi-'J ; HJ.S of tl.(. propel, the pioui? por'.ioaof the Ccm
'', frhM!,l5i.i5' "-,! '"1;U'U".'-'-- --- ""13 i ;,1U.;,V a:i,i'the f, lends of public order and sob -
iic has been 1. t i.i .t v us- o.ted. 1 , t ,
The 11-n. 'Jh. .:.).-.. 11. 1 ei sTli, t'.c r iminee f r j ricty, whilst at the same time the wire-workeri
Cun'.'.C .mmX-'-o'i-r. i know.. O.rouT'aoot the 1-n-tii . .j b adtrs htv another ohject ia view which
ii 1 breadih cf Pernvlvunia.
'1 here tire 1 v men
living of tool e (
ill'.?, holiest pu'p-..e a:..'.
active e:; j.' r:t r.."--.
Mr Fvryth ? r.-.w ah- v.t fifty yer.r? of a:."!. He
was l orn in l ue'.s ce uuty, where be was brought
up to the biisliu ss fa carpenter an 1 bumi. r, a. el
o. in t , r : ; .i l l itre u:il:. was a:-o-u . -u
. fy ,.irt
f r.r, wl.e-i. he rcmovt 4 U Phda- . favor c.f Temperance, can be triad- avana'.i tor
; the whole tl.neof his resi'.en.-e ; thc?)! ..u,-., an.l tke-rcf.rc they make prcten
,s been actively engaged m Li-oe- , ' J ,r.n , l.,n f,, !,-
I i lmrin"'
j ; tV i,.".
, ,.r..,t'ot -'- t
n t a s a i,e a; oer ot t'.'.'
! p0. ,;.!.,. ,.,. Th'
i .;,';,, vas call
.. (,.v,..(. ,,f (',..
f:r-t i:nj . rtarit jublie tru -t to
1. an 1 held fir man t years, was
roller of l'u'o'ij .-ehools: he n
:,i,l..i,ji:i'r of his D..-iiiet, an 1 i i
, ..ti.f.vnr Is n
v,, n ever o.-o-iel a a-; it ia to
, i'' I .
bia term f f sirvl. e will
S col'.-aue and the c mfi
L-rlty h is never b-n '- '
i His r poo
j ct; !--.I. i i:
1 MVe. Lit'
he tre-t he
j p'orr.ote the
i been ret-i-le;
n...r.- alo-.-j-t ; s-ov-vrl-r.. t!.r-.'iu .it .a
.- .'."m h-'trgiM-f his dutle. ill every p-ji
1 i. sfl.e.i, mid in earro-.-t en le ! '."or t
interests e.f l.i-i tfi'-'ftet.!-:. ! :.- 1. i
ed ' v ti i.arr w or -e .r.-.l e s. -: i r
:.l,'rt iroveii.. ioaTv !- i. -!.-; "
1:1', :.L : .
1 itl-.l.t .n?. W ii
; i r.ii'tic.l bu
honest v, i-m n
i lb 3 i..te
i I 1
al C. mi-ii-sioiier.
sitUthe interest, of every Jruo
rt the iiou.i::.-.ti..ns e( h:s i r.rt v.
j Jt IS
lj!i"-.ti"i.-5 are mu'.aal and c. :n--ion : ti- .:. n i
.th-r b-i.-is e-.n rr.y party enj-.y pr-'perliy :t!, 1
harmony. Tiie ti-.ue-i.onore 1 motto of "'. .-,.-., 'to
;.-' .," ir.culc.it 03 a j radical ivsj.:n that ia us
sjxu: I as it is va'i: aide.
1: is ia no vain--:'. ri-iv cr':'t th-.t wo rt f . r to
the pr-oi 1 t.-iti.)ii :" reimsylv.-.td.i in t'ie I'eao er-i-ey
ol the Nation. Mse stands i'.rni nni true to the
C-jn-iir ttion, th- Uuif.n, and th- IV.rty.
(O r Mate C--nvc2.tio:i. c-nvi-n- ii. ii'--.-. ::;; ti, 1
end in unarii ml y. Secessions and sjlesi.i are un
hnown to them Democracy if ri-iius Iva: ia: ..r -
nuaoy Oe.-otn :.; in. -re poVeitui as lae n,
v":.!:h .f th-; Ma".-:- is developed ; rti re ii,.:;
ike f.'. ii iod.f-.ic-. s tf ' 1 s - o . J in otbe-t- M-m-.t..f.
s'c '.; it. i in. .-re hv. t its pri.v.dj
X- il-ie..e.. !...'!; i lit le iet.l.ailstr:.t. th..
! : rtn the ti u
! v'e re.-e-i ',
ai.n ..f ll.e svih-ece i.f f. .
;-e-i , eve:
tt j in ii at : .
true J-n-.;rat will s:i-r-
t re i u
: .us c-f l.ts j .-.1 ty. lis o:-
s'leees s 1 1 pa : re it. ''.. it- .
su.-s. ft . .s ; j-1 r tjui-.t;ej:s m iti rah, a 'a i the
i arm topics i.tivay -i ng-.t .t.-l iitn.ui tu-;
t.ught never t 1 be i.i:r,.lue- 1 into p-.i.tl.--.
lt .1 .
I.C 11 a . .!:.
a T-.rff. a 1:.
mist-ike. 'i he irrel j ..:.l hi
:S e-f the IV te i St .teS. :.T 1
j ...ti .--.e.. -4 -. ..-.-1 o :.s, oie.i i.ot.i i ;.-ie
i li.o.i led over, 1 1 the t-.-nd-ar m. .-.; ., r. ..;
alio .1 c.
c.ivn.ei.., ana in ( very tn tai.ee tne r.-a.
: tvtr v.-i-l be, in--ltab'.L- defeat. S.-eli
i s.i..u.-t be s'tl taitte 1 t j the intelligence e-f the t : -o
t .e's rej resetit .ti .-.-, iit.d it wise, wiii sl-.v 13 ti'ii
j 1. lately tilun. h. The Dem- craiie party n.'i.r has
i jo-t.lie 1, en 1 never w ill s i:ieli..n tl:e it..;, r. at! 01
: an - coi.tr:
it mt 1 the htatcd
1 "bet l.-;lia.n gr
; The I'em- eratlc p-:r'y iccw f r.ald ible, and i-i-;
vincible. The laitainl-ir .tlo'i of thegv. i audgr.-nt
: -t ite:-i,ian at the hea-l of the Kep-abli- i, f ,a;.
ut, en toe w.se- I l iu.-Wees 1.' h: i-, .1 .-.it- ! ,, :.
r, ! must r, a. em I t,j the 1. nier. r r ' : ;
"rity ai d j i -a
le td.ttg I,;. 1
i e?s f the caUii I V. Alreitd V La? a le
i brilliant aiut ia ;
j deat I'l-l j-r been 1
1 t ti;': -s. 1'he itn i- '
-r i'. s it:
1 a, -road Las I t.:, ss-eru J. an-1 ma
; lu.-y tn the f..ce t f liar pe.
. i.'.e h-it'tt. -i:il eli.-.i-.art' r tir.d cot: !:.'!
1 -vi. at-:-! hat-e be a t:....t. !, nod all tt,
1 tore sts of the .Mute have bec-a nitiiatalii .-.1
; Di-moi-r.-itic n ttninistr.-.titiu of Go v. Ihjh-:
m 0 1
j suit e-findu-try are retvai led witl-i j r.-sper:. t,
' l'ttat-; Ivtit, -.. is f:l-t lo'viieinsr to ti.e r ,nk
.il-st jn p, puhitien nr.d wettith, as she is 10
1 :lr-t in poliiie-al p -w ir.
j D.-moerats . T I'ennsy! va:.!-. ! Ve csi.c-tlv
, you tL, r.-ineia'.: r t he ft; rloti- m: i -,rii v . f i sS
il OV Ot!..il!.i -.!,". -I, OT hi. 11:1 we 1
an 1 1 (
it lis o. . -. .. ;, m I ii e !w;
fi.vd to the 1 ret ze ?
y to ta-.
. and 1
it" but t
its 1 itn.-i; 1c? ni,,: btij-css. Veto
ti -het, ti e whole ticket, and r..th
vm. l. n;:t.
. t HT'.P,
E. Di i.f."
" Cue Idea Ken." I
We have several times alluded to the one idea i
men among whom we find those w ho are govern- i
. , , 1 r- 1
lu u M-tlsu alm impure motives m their prete-n
tain .luiit ieiii-e to tne party. e may enumer
.1. 11... . . , s ,.
ate them under two distinct heads, both of which i
claim a passing notice at our hands
preniely sedlish need not be proved. Thev are
" hangers-on," not out of pure and generous' mo-
tivos of tin. .-s o, 1 i. . , .
tics ot pa. tiou.si.1 and love of country, but in
(view of some ultimate advantage some near or
remote gain, which thev expect to realize. It
j will be found, too, tliat such persons are the most
boisterous and violent partisans, who often prove
a discredit to the party, by their uucontrolleil
denunciations and intolerable nol iticnl l,'"-ra1r.-
They are generally bold, daring and boisterous,
both in their profession of attachment to the
party ami its hatlirs, and in their opposition to
the adverse party and its support and maintain
it. But none are more easily subject to change ;
none so soon find themselves to have been wroii"-
first are tliOSC u IiO at!!iiTP fn mnrl t- Ani,- ' !av of Novc inbr neit. t..r ti.M i.nrio.ao ,tf olu.osiniT
long as their private ami svliUh aims can be ' ol?lcl'rs vi' said road lVr the eusuing earf t
m.sneel. 1 hat these aims are generally su- urer : t lii.-l, ,.;, i, u. i.i
pectat ions, they turn a complete somerset and de- j Managers, and one Treasurer; at which meeting
nounee their own former course. Their aim had 11 "1 reco-uu--'lldi-j that the stockholders adopt such
lrfon cn r. .t;.,- ,t. , , ! bv-laws and reirulatiouB, as shall be necessary for
been some olfice that oiTtred a good salary, for j the proper maailment of the officers of tba ccin
which they apply, though often entirely unquali- j T"X
tied for it. Thev do not consider tli ni t, I Bv order tf the Board.
are the r.ronor iiidrP n-ui..,.. i , ..
.1 ,,,iu"o'i a luucti oene'r
understanding of the qualifications of applicants;
Tl AI . 1 ,S f la". T nT-r... .-.1 . . . V . . ,
; ""-j iiiiic i niai otner more consis
tent, worthy and efficient men, who have long
and honorably sustained the party sustained it
on true and honest principle are better fitted
than they, and more deserving. But no soonor
do thev find themselves H
Cshnoss is fully and grosly displayed. Now
j they would disturb the government, and bring
everything into a state cf anarchy fcni ruin, sim-
becaasc their private ends were not realized.
t f j i. tv,
Such men, however, are soon known. Iney are
j a disgrace to any party, and what is scn.ewhat
i,. Rre uotVJag do nothing va'd
. ' J -, -,v tr, r-n'7, ,' n-
nolhmg- thty fohUcnUy ccme to noAtng.
; The other c!ass are those whose narrow and
j contracted intellects can take hold oftutones.n-
;Ieidca and thi.s one idea U snfflcient to engross
all their cne-rgies. SniiC fitll up'jn Aholiliocistu,
s.-,,IlC u.JlU .at ivi i.,m, and latttrly others have ta-
f T nn We war a
--"- j t
oar friends, prolct ively and in advance, against
a:id to some extent popular can t
i ha s
ad'." l."""'i:nv the h;h1-y of jiolitical
I !m :kc-ry. The attempt will be made, ur.! r t.
I s;ce:ou. pic-text of temperance, to enlist mini;-
tl,e- at present keep conceale-.i. They as to
avail themselv.-s of the current of popular feeling
all the while governed by an under current, which
they take care to conceal from the pcop'.j, I hoy
think that popular sent iment, being enlisted r.-.-
' m'h-s uj xeoi" c
evils cf i:itemi.erance, and hope by tl.t.r byp.
critiral whining to enlist the moral part of the
community in their favor whilst, all the while
the.v have quite a different end in view : the ir
own advancement, interest orpowcr.
Now, we hesitate not to inist that we arc- ;
sin cere friends of the cause of Temperance as li.e
most lysis', erous of those one- idea me-n ; nay, more,
we can ref.-r to our pr:cice a? sustaining our
p.vL--'. -us :.ml this is mere than many of t he r
valiar.t charriT-ioris can do. And w are wiiilj.j;
to eninl-.v a" suitable and proper ntcaas to arrest
this 7- a', ua. ioua! evil. Rut we do met siri-ef.-
-;-.t-,1 r.'at to 'e d-.-I'Jf'cd by ti.-
fx;: that they niinjle Tamperance w.-.i. p
is already prirw frncic cvedincr f..in-:
i them. If they were io honest and inote ia
: their 2 .re fes ,ions, why not st pe rate wi s.
! never to be u;,i:el, au 1 labor in the can . f
. ra.r'.T, in-r ;e..-rl,V,-- r.C r.r!:'t..?5 ? Then We 1;
!.'' suppose th- ni to be honest. Thlt as it it can
' be sc-tii by al! that their mo-t obv;ou dc-ign i
, to make ue ef the popular evcittrcent on th
' sulee'-t of Temperance as a vehicle to carry th-.m
to pos"..s ef honor, power and .rc-fit. Bui we ! .!!
them hcf..- hand that they will be disa p mteu.
The- pr-ople will see through their vague and liiu.
, sy pretext.-, and meet them with the iiehfTeren .n
t hoy tL-sc-r ve.
O.te w-crd to the 1 lends of Te-rnj.crance. If y. tt
t-rpo't to b any g ,0 in reUtj.-in to this matt r.
: and if eiT..r:s are to be crowned v. i. h a c.r
, res-ion ling sue .-ess, kct p it s. j e rate f. cm polu
1 i-s sutler not tlie two to b? minele-d together.
Any trior: that tend; to make political espi-s!
' out e-f the r :V.ic s. ntimeat in f-vor of Temper
ance, wi'.l not only fail in v. political point of jew
b it r.t.-o prove a sf-rioue liindranee iu ngaju to
: TeniTr-riince : nay, the f -rir.tr may prove the ft: -I
tire niin ef t!:e latter. Especially It t she truer
; l'ii-tiiai cl Tempi j-ancc put no cofMonce in tbrsn
; pi.!::i,-a! tyros, who ail at cn.C cc-;n to have dis
1 covered that intern .pi-ranee is a great etil. Wt
: aso ire the public that if these ouacks once paiti
: t!i-:r ends a:
1 Tt mt.-eian.-e
d get into ti fat e.fd'.cc, they will lit
"goto the dogs. '( r.osv.'i 1.1. .
he petillen e f C.
.a:- ueer-tre w. sj-'-eini per. ji'ui iti .'0 e
:i... la between lVlt-r Geer, la-. j of . bit.
i a.: i .
-c' 1. I ill ids
time.; i.i: i t'vtor Ta!i!i...ti.
.i-uvr -pp jir.te.l by the
C'.Ul.tv, tn take 1
; t.a b-rs
t e 1, H'it:
vi C imbria
ove pr-jcerdln beri-by ;
-s iri.ei es-'-d that lie wo!
. CIS le.
1 1 a . J t
i: e to a 1 p-.rtr
tie duties of siU a; p ili.tntent r.t tho oflioe of . i -ii-i
Kit"; b, F.-s , in l;.,:-t.u-'i of i .be-ii-m.ig .
.1: MiturJ iy, tho iitu to.y 'vvciaber r.t-xt, r.t 1
u'cb eh, F. M.
CliAHLES V,'. V.'ING AI".1.
t 'e .'.!" I J; O.i-
(l.t d cr 7, ILe3 -it.
th" matter if the p.-tlti. n of Tbeinr-s II.
r I r r. -lei rec of specific perfurmmec
tr .et made l,etv.et-n Jei.n Meran, late ef Wash:
t ,:i l.twi.shir, dee'd, 'in bis life time; and William
'i Ii undersirr.rd, eomtnissioner t-ppointe 1 by tho
Oi l hain' l.ourt uf t 'ambrio, county, to take test:--..ay
in the a'-ove proceedings, hereby- gives u--tlce
t'. all parties interested that he will attend t
the uutb.9 i f said up;. ointment nt tt;e office of F.
M. c-..ige, 11; i., (lieuilock, Cumbrii county.) on
Tuesday, the Mb. day of November next, lit or.o
.click, F. M.
CHARLES V.". V'J.NGAP.D,
C'-i m isxion tr.
G-.tabcr 7, I6;j.-4t.
I'hAXSk IIUAU LUXTKfX.
r- !V"0'1 iL'il is i.treoy given tt. the 8tockhc-!Jeri of
.1, , d- the llbetisburir and SusQuebauuw Flank K.nvt
burir and Susquehauini
j that an Flection will he held ut the Court House,
i the stockholders adopt such bv-laws. orders and
i regulations fcS Uia.Il l necessary for tho proper
' management of tho ntfaira of the couipai.v.
i itv f.r.ier of ii.., itm.r.i 1 '
1 " WM. KITTELL
Fbensburg, Oct. 7, 1J-j3. It.
11 Ii II ASIdltS UHM AItLU
THE piece of iand containing about ecven acres,
advertised bv John M'Ml Jr . l,.,;..
i olli. "r "1 Te soM
. . , I .. .......
on tiie 24lh day of October inst. does not belong to
said Estate, but is the property of Ellen M'Cartv.
A'.turneu for E. M'Cart-".
October 7, 1?"3.
! I'hi slt XiOAO LLIKTIOV.
, .lil It h. lsbtreby piven to the Mockholders of
- 1 i-i a x .1. i..
CAME to the premises of the subscriber, living
in Cambria Tp, on the 80th day of August
last, a light Crindle cow, about twelve years old.
with a brocket face, and a bell on. Tba owner ia
requested to como forward, prove property, pw
charges and take her away.
NICHOLAS X AGJX
October 7, H?3.-lt.
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