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Weihkee2B7, August 2s, 1887.
Zap of Me Supreme Cbort,
HON. HENRY W. WILLEUIIB,
OF ALLEGHENY souNTr.
IEI4IBLICAN COIINTY CONVENTION.
Tan Republicans of Adams county, and
all who have been acting with them in their
efforts to put down the Rebellion, and whO
in weal and vibe have rallied around the
flag—all who desire to unite with them in
sustaining Cnagresi in its patriotic efforts to
reconstruct the Union en &sound basis, and
in ("posing the dangerous policy of a treach
erous Executive—ate requested to assemble
at their usual places of holding Delegate
Elections, on , SATVADAY, AUGUST 31,
18C4 - , to select Two Delegates from egeh Dis
trict to rameent them in County Conven
tion, td,be held in the Court-house, in Get
tysburg, on MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 2,
1867,1410 o'clock, A. M., to nominate a Coun
ty Ticket to be,supported at the October Elec
tion, and to transact such other business as
may come before the Convention. •
All - Thee time for holding the Delegate
Elections in all the Dikricts will ho between
the hours of 4 and 7 o'clock, P. M., except
in the Bcirotighs of 'Gettysburg, Littlestown
and flerwic, and Huntington township,
where they Will be held between the hours
of 7 and 9 oroek,l ) . M.
By order of the County Committee,
EDWARD. IdePHERSOis.7, Gh',/.
CHARLES lIORNEIC, ,Yeesy.
The new:Constitution agreed *on by
the late Convention,. is to be submitted
to popular vote on the 18th of Septem
ber. If ratified, it will go into effect Oc
tober 3d. We observe that its opponents
are preparing to make a canvass against
it in Frederick and other counties. It is
framed in the interest of the rebellio
and sweeps out every vestige of loyal
in the present Constitution.
It abolishes the present school syster
turns out all the judges and county of
c'eri, establishes the old judicial systi
of the State, gives the old slaveholdi
counties an inequitably large represet
ation in the Legislature, and gives t
Governor the Veto Power to prevent t
possibility of 'any hostile legislation
case of popular re-action. Carrelloom
is to lose one of its members, while - Anne
Arundel, Calvert, Charles, Dorchester,
Montgomery, Prince Georges, and St.
Marys each gain one over the present
representation. The'test ofiloy.alty is no
longer to be applied to voters. Colort&
persons are allowed to be 'witnesses in
Courts, subject to the right of the Legis
lature to deny the privilege at any time !
All the State officers, except Governor
SWANN, and the officers
,of the City of
Baltimore, are to be turned out, and a
general revolution effected.
The Convention, 'to show how truly
Denirratic it was. struck out of the ex
isting Declaratbn of Rights Its first arti
cle, which was substantially re-produced
from the Declaration of Independence :
"That we liold it to be self-evident that all
men are created equally tree ; that they are
endowed by their Creator with certain inalien
able rights, among which are life, liberty, the
enjoyment of the proceeds of their own labor,
and the pursuit of happiness."
The third article they have changed so
as to read as follows :
"That the people of this State have the sole
and exclusive right of regulating the internal
government and police thereof, as a fret,
sovereign, and independent State."
The insertion of the words in italics,
shows a purposeto be ready fox: another
revolution when the time may come.
The fifth article of; tlpresent declara
tion of Rights asserts thdt,"every citi
zen of this State owes paranuAcnt allegi
ance to Constitution and Clove meet
of the Unite :tales, and is not bcind
by any law or or 7.• nce of this State 17
contravention or subver• 7.n thereof.”
This was inserted in 186-, •. meet and
destroy the plea of the Secession early
in the War, 'that citizens owed their .
mary allegiance to their State. The late"
Convention, of course, exptinged those
words, as they are .nearly all Secession
Thera's° put into their Constitution
this declarations •
"Slavery shall not be re: established in this
Stale, but, 'having been abolished under the
:policy and authOrity of the United States,
compensation, in consideration thereof, is
due from the United States."
This article is worthy of remark for its
falsehood and impudence.
Slavery in Maryland was abolished by
the adoption of the Constitution of 1801,,
and was the act of the majority of the
qualified voters of that State. It was
aamplished more than it year before the
final adoption of the anti-slavery Amend
ment tothe Constitution of the United
States, Which was declared ratified De
cember 1.3, 1805. Where then is the ha
- sis for a claim upon the United States ?
But if it were otherwise, and if Mary
land slaveholders stood, in this respect,
as the late slaveholders of lientucky and
pelaware, they would have no claim for
Compensation, as the Sovereignty of the
people had the unquestioned legal and
moral r ight to destroy a claim of servide
which had no basis in natural equity, no
sauction.in United States law, and was
necessarily held in subordination to the
general will of the people of the United
There are many persons who take the
other view. And this Convention has
provided that "the Legislature shall pass
such laws as may be necessary for the dis
tributtau of such aid as may be received
from the United States for that purpose."`
We have no doubt that were the slave
holding class in the Southern States to
beeotne the governing power there and
in Congress, se they were before.the war,
pintas the Democratic policy ountem
plates they shall be after the war, this
claim would not only be made, but would
be made successfully ;on d that hundreds
of millions of public money - would be
transferred_ to the pockets of the Rebels
who made the war and those who sym
pathized with them And we are waft-,
dent thatatathing can defeat this scheme,
or embilethe people from this danger, but
(he mitiritenautx of the Republimm plan
of Reconstruction, by which all such
projects are rendered tbrever impossible.
the Seceisicinists of Maryland hive
Iriven aft!, tioar stakes. But if Cone
gress Alteuld not pull them up, It' will
fail to perform a duty wilich gratitude
Wilmot, and Justice iyule*p,cl,r
y 4 grot ciscupoolv! *VP
cy "wirdouty" vale for SIMINWOOD.
We give in oFlugabsohunnii a ;ups
port of the procetitlints of thlflxxly4tlat
our readers May see who composed the
Cimvention, and what its action.
We can speak but briefly of it to-day.
The defeat of Jamis H. amtskr e t'LL,
tsq.; for Jury einutaissicuter, must cause
regret to falc , auen everywhere; yet it
was evident, from the moment his name
was mentioried, that he would meet 'a
prouißt reslitiartee. Ktrint, being a
delegate, hack an adVantage, which he ft
nally used with effect.
The intered centered in the Treasurer
ship ; and to',the general surprise Mr.
WATTLES oltained the nomination.—
He is decidetliST out of favor with the .
"borough ring,"-to whom his nomina
tion is most offensive; but he deserves
credit for the determined spirit with
which he met his eriemies. One of the
chargo against him was that two years
ago he bolted the nomination of the pres
ent Treasurer, Mr. SILEADS ; but the
Convention appeared to think• bolting a
very light thing. The talk of "bolting"
him is quite common, as might be sup
posed from the feeling shown against hitn.
JACOB Lorr's nomination as Commis
sioner was made in haste, and will be re
pented of at leisure.
On the whole, the Ticket is not a fortu
nate one. We call upon our friends to
take advantage of the -facts, nominate a
good ticket, for wklah all can heartily
work; and let us carry the county.
GENERAL GRANT, in complying with
the President's order to transfer General
SHERLDAN from New Orleans to St.
Louis, and put General T.noliAs at-New
Orleans, gave him this Order :
Fifth. Major General G. H. Tnomes
confirm to execute all orders he may find in
force in the Fifth Military District at the time
of his Assuming command of it, unless au
thorized by the General of the army to annul
or modify thent.
This Order effectually checks auy at
tempt to restore the officers removed by
SHERIDAN, or revive the acts and judg
' 2. Registratbm
continue as un
octs is a Repub
, ish to interfere,
misent if TFloat--
Lk, ma feelings
Lc many of the Southern States, the
rebel whites have refused to register, and
thereby have clisfranchiseil themselves,
as no one care vote who is not registered.
The result will be that in some States,
and in some parts of other States, the
colored voters will outnumber the white.
The number of persons excluded by
law from registration is very small, com
pared with the whole number. But a
rebellious spirit is disfranchising large
numbers. Upon themselves, , will rest
the responsibility of what may remit.'
One thing is pretty certain. The
Southern States, when restored, will be
restored upon a loyal basis, and the lead
ers of the rebellion will be in "back
GENERAL JOHN C. HAiIICHINRIDGE
has authorized the statement that he
agrees with PERRY and HILL of the
Southern States, and with all the North
ern Democracy in their estimate of the
legislation of Congress, and the general
situation of affairs.
TOOMBS, .BREORINBIDGE, and that
crowd, think the "lost cause" is worth
fighting for, to retrieve by legislation
what was surrendered in arms ; but there
is one lion in the path.. The people can't
be wheedled into complicity with any of
their projects of fraud. •
AT the recent election in the Territory
of Colorado, the Republicans have se
cured a majority in both branches of the
.gislature. This is unexpectedly grat
ifying, and proves that the party have
survivi the divisions cmasequent upon
the agittitiou of the admission of the
Territory as • tate.
of New Orleans
tysburg in 1863, and is
'his ferocious brutality at the
New Orleans massacre in July
last official act in
was the, removal of the
ItEY YES, Sheriff
•ed at Get-
THE Democratic papers are perfectly
dumb on. SitAuSWOOD'S record in favor
tof the right of Secession ,and of
tion. TheY can't deny the "facts, and
they are afraid to justify him. A cow
ardly party and u South Carolina can-,
Downer) say we have no Constitu
tional right to govern theßebeL States as
a conquered country.' Do they think
that those Rebel States bad a amstitu
ional,right to secede and try to become
an independent country?
IF' you believed In the 'right of the
Government to put down the Rebellion,
vote against_ SHARSWOOD, who denied
the right, and did all he could to cripple
the Government in exercising it.
IF you wain the Public Faith dishon
ored and the Public Debt sealed, vote the
ticket of the Dernoppatic party, many of
whose leaders are openly for thisprm of
IF you want to carry joy to the hearts
of the malignant Rebels of the South,
vote fur SitAiSWOOD, whose cause is
theirs, and whose principles are stolen
you faiaor Free-Tratie, and the dog
radation of Labor, vote for alliit,l3WOOD,
who has all his life been against Ameri
IF 3 oil want to vote In favor of .Nulli;
Mention, and of Setnnotton, vote for
. kinikoswooo, who lutokeatiorse4 bah.
you alkut to bertaxed to pay for the
Slaves emarlelpated by th'ilMir, 'mkt the
Demociatie ticket " r'"'
IF you wiuki to
boteat of t4o two
.has . dootg
uneonstitutional, -. • %- r - . -
..mlstutw rlgi,t,c, 0 " ; ,
the Rebellion to power, vote me
• 000, 0 *IOW
'1 1 .4 11160111 111:414s 0 114 11114 40 in: the
of .311. Try; siellylEarlr
"On the , whole, then, I am of opinion that
the provision of the act of Congress of Feb
ruary 25th, 1862, declaring the notes issued'
inpurspartee of that act to he htivfid usual, ,
and a legal tendv, is racprorrrru,nonal..
"This renders it unnecessary that I shcnild
consider the other question Which has been
made, as to the effect of the special, agree,-
inent to pay in lawful silver money of the
United States. I am in favor of entering
judgment for the plaintiff, but, as a majOrity
of the cotut are of a different opinion, judg
ment for tfie defendant."—Copied from the
Philadelphia, Age of 23d of litbructry,
1864, where the opinion is published in full.
It may also be found in the'Legal Inlelligen
eer of March 18, 1864, page 92.
In Judge BilaitswoOD's dissenting
Opinion in the case of MARVINE vs. SAI
LOR (published In the Legal intelligeneer
of May 6 1 ,1864), he went further, and de
nied the rig of eongress to issue Treas
Notes, uch less make them a "le
gal tender" in the payment of debts.—
His language is :
"I am of opinion that Congress had no
Constitutional power to invest the Secretary
of the Treasury with ituthority . ta issue
of credit intended to circulate as money—
much leas t, make them a iawfal tender."
The Philatlelphiti Age of 234 February,
1884, publishing the Opinion in BoBIE
ra. Tuortr, highly eulogizes the Judge,
"Judge SIIARSWOOD reasons upon and de
cides the ease as if he were some lofty spirit
sitting far above and out of the contentions
and strifeslof the world."
Will net the holders of a greenbacks and
Government bonds consider the Judge as
quite too elevated and ethereal for such
earthly honors as a seat on the Supreme
THE Betiford' Inquirer mikes this In
"Two years ago at the Bedford Springs,
Hon. Roaturr C. Gnora of the U. S. Supreme
Court, said of EDWIN M. STANTON that the
oountry owed him an immense debt of grati
tude ; that through him more than through
any one mEn the great rebellion met its doom ;
that Srthores self-poise, and self-reliance
were wonderful ; that in the fall of 1860 or
early in 1861 when Floyd and Cobb and
Thompson were In Buchanan's Cabinet, and,
traitors at heart, were controllingand shaping
events in aid of secession, and Buchanan
lacked nerve to turn them out of office, and
the other members of the Cabinet were afraid
:to say to him, You must turn them oat or we
will go out, Mr. Srasros, then practicing law
at Washington City, and having a very lucra
tive practice, with not less than $25,000 a
year, at the solicitation of Judge Narsox and
Judge Ginza and others, gave up business and
went with the Cabinet for the purpose of
"belling the cat," that is, of saying to Mr.
Buchanan, You must turn those men out of
ypur Cabinet, or we, the rest of your Cabi
net, will resign ; and that through the instru
mentality :of Mr. STANTON those traitore were
ousted from Mr. Buchanan's Cabinet. We
give the remarks of the Judge from memory,
but are sure we have the ideas and to a great
extent the language."
ented his spite"
hi all his order
add he will next
is. SteitzEs and
oo earnest in en
his purposes or
THE nomination of Mr. WATTLES for
County Treasurer, by the Democratic
Convention, has excited not only sur
prise, but much.festiveness and dissatis
faction: The nomination was effected
despite the bitter protests of the delegated
from the Borough, and much curiosity II
evinced to find the motive which induced
the Coniention to make it. Some say
"clock oi no clock" did the business ;
others insist that the Convention was
af i rtdd of another "bolt" ; still others al
leging more weighty reasons—Mr. W.
being reputed to have at command a
larger Innount of spare funds than either
of :his rivals. We leave the Democracy
to settle the question for themselves.
THE Michigan Constitutional Conven
tion have struck out all provisions rela
ting to Indian Suffrage, and to Female
Suffrage, The adoption of these propo
sitions hi Committee of the Whole turns
out to have been a joke. In Kansas, a
proposition for Female Suffrage is pend
ing before the people, with a prospect of
adoption: The Michigan Convention
has absOlutely adopted universal male
suffrage, and his provided for submitting
to a separate vote of the people a clause
to prohibit the sale of liquor in the State.
TnE Northern Democracy were very
unhappy, some weeks ago, over the num
ber of indigent colored persons to whom
the Freedmen's Bureau were issuing ra
s. has been stopped, and the
supXr of this class thrown upon the
Commnil :es in which they reside.—
Whereutkio, .e Southerri Democracy are
uttering piteous cries over the heavy
drain thereby' ade • n their charity.
THE nomination of \ HENR'.
over JAMES H. MArumALL, fo
Commissioner, by the Dediocratic Co _
ty ConVention, shows thatt s lie Demo
-erotic, leaders are determined to,cling to
partisan juries. Mr. Kris a bitter. parti
san7-was President of the Board of Re
turn Jges which excluded the 13oldit4s ,
votes—aid will do his full share towards
keeping up the evils the new Jury law
was . dmigned to correct.
TELEGRAMS from Washington state
at the continued sickhess of General
Tibicuaa has forced the President to sus
pend temporarily his determination to
displace General SHERIDAN. The order
dirticting General Tuomas to take 'com
mand of the Department has been sus
pended. It is rumored that Gen. HAN-
Do6k wilibe selected for the position.
WAsmrlnTox correspondents report
thatotha recent riots of the President are
gently lEtirengthenins the pressure kw,
impeaeliment, and that Republisan Con
gressmen ,who have heretofore, apposed
the mcnttmtent now admit- that $ affords
the only' remedy left to insure reconstruc
• Ottit deighbor of the Compiler luui en
larged Ns paPer to an . i.ight-oolunin, and
Wei impitved it with new type and net ,
press, upon which we congratulate hhit.
Aire de aot see that hie piinelpleti have
shared ID the rentmetion. -
IF you would V* . 111) ea to dfboou r e .
diak•yal4, and to Manote, the 'Wei/3a
a of ourecoughca 4390nrim, sax
fi n : • YW. W1E1.1.1/..lo4oriNtiesl/040
ivani 4ilatraild /Old 1,1* -r
in Atlantar gm
t to ABRAlTAilitant4
il'he At gdsta (Geo.) Chronicle ~ a 4
&Wine:, a Democratic paper, which is
king betbre us as we write , reoonun )14
SW the inoninient be made of the e a
an cemented by - the blood of Atise b
and patriotic ficsithernerts who fell by the
bullets of Lincoln's hirelings while 86t
iug for their eountrl's rights." It also
recommends an inscription in this form;
FDRILED OP TRZ BONUS
CEMENTED ET THE BLOOD
Or . THE
Who fell by hir bullets while fighting
for their country', cause, '
De. ARE TER
ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND
WIDOWS AND ORPHANS'
RECOGNIZED IN HIM
THE BLOODY MURDERER
HUSBANDS AND: FATHERS
FREE CIONRNItEENT IN AMERICA: t
Comment upon so fiendish a bonceo
- is needless. We're-produce it, that
our people may have, in a tangible form,
proof of the spirit which animates the)
rebellious portion of the South—tip t at por
tion which votes the Democratic 'ticket,
when permitted to vote, and would hail
Judge SHARSWOOD'S election as a tri
umph of the principles and policy to
which it is attached:
- The Democratic leaders of the South
are, at this moment, filled with bate of
free government, with chagrin and mor
tification at the overthrow of the rebel
lion, and with malignant schemes and
plottings by which to get revenge upon
the "hirelings" who whipped them, and
the true-hearted American people who
sustained the army of the Union.
ICS Or NOICIPHEUN TEMPER.
The Genius of Liberty, of Uniontown,
Ps., the Democratic organ of Fayette county
week before last made this charitable and
generous allusion to the martyred President
"The contributors to the Lincoln monu
ment are demanding to know what has be
come of their money. No matter what has
become of it. It cannot be put to a' more
disgraceful purpose than building a mon
ument to such a man as Lincoln , whose
life was a withering curse to his country."
C. CnAscy BURR, a notorious rebel Demo
crat has been lecturing in New Jersey, before
Democratic associations and receiving their
countenance and approval for his political
sentiments. He edits a magazine called the
Old Guard, which is exclusively patronized
by the Democratic party. In a late number
of this vile publication, Burr says :
"We think we are safe in saying that there
are more intelligent white and black men and
women In this country to-day, who respect
the name of John Wilkes Booth, than theie,
are who respect the name of Abraham Lin
He also need the following I.Bnpuise in •tbl
sante paper, speaking of President Lincoln :
"It is a year since Old Abe 14 taken sud
denly sick in the private box of a theatre, on
Good Friday night,with Booth on the brain'"
And henpens his editorial comment in his
last number with these Words—" Thank God
Istill boast of my disloyalty 1" This man
is the chosen spokesman of the Democratic
party and an acknowledged exponent of its
views. Whnt right has such a party to com
plain when they are charged with disloyal
The Groat...Tobiason Co ndenee.—
Earuest Protest of Geo. rowt.-01re•
diem* to the Will of the People Sow
Last night's mail brings us the corres
pondence between the PRESIDENT and
Gen. GRANT, in regard to tit/LERIDAN P E
removal. We have room this morning
only for GM. GRANT'S earnest and man
ly protest against the President's deter
mination to sacrifice a brave and gallant
soldier, which we give in full.
Now let us have the correspondence in
regard to STAlrroN's removal, referred to
in the closing paragraph of General
Gen. Grant to President Johnston.
HEAFEeIti AMMER OF THE U. STATER.
WanitutoTon, D. C., August 17, 1867. I
His Excellency Andrew Johnson,
President of the United A.Sttates :
Sin--I am in receipt of your order of this
date, directing the assignment of General G.
H. Thomas to the command of the Fifth Mil
itary District, General beridan to the De
partment of the Missouri, and General alth
ea* to the Department of the!Cumberbutd.
Also, your note of this date enclosing these
instructions saying. "Bekre you issue in
structions to carry into effect the enclosed
order, I would be pleased to hear any sug
gestions you may deem neoeseary reaped
, g the assignments to which this order m.
I •• • leased to urge—earnertly urge—urge
in the . I, -of a patriotic people who hays
sacrificed hu • • reds of , thousands of loyjl
nix, and the • . .11 of millions of treasure
• • preserve the integ • and union of this
eo Un try, that this order I : not insisted cal.
It is mistakably the expr • zed Wish otthe
country that General Sheridan should not
be reinoved horn hie present coniMtud. l -•
This is a reP)2k)lic where the will otthe Oeci • e
Is the low of theland. I beg that their v,1.:
may be heard. General Sheridan has pit
firmed his civil dating taithfblly and intelli
gently. His removatWit i Only be regarded
ss an effort to defeat the"laws of Congres4—
/twill be iiperpreted by the unreconste n
ed elethentin the South, the who did an
they , could to break np this GOSernnient by
arms,,and now wish tope the on v element
consulted as to the method of.x.. •• • ng or
der, as &triumph.• It will emboldent • ~.• •
renewed opposition to the will of the • •
masses, believing that they have the
'five with . theta.
The servloee of General Themes hi battling .
for the 'Union sulkier /din to some considera
tion. He his repel telly entered his praiad i
against being maligned to either of the Ave
muttony atria', end especially to beingiii.
signed to ielleve General Sherldtke. Gion- I
eraLlianeook oughtmoti to be reinoved,htbutu
whershe is. His departmental, a aampaba. ,
ted 011 s,. which win take a new . annwookert
ininetistato batemeacquahlted *do h Tho s e
ere niiittary reasens,Pedeidety ressionikandel
above ALP, Pte. milo9PS Va nytitir,!
not bf An. IbeS
a e Atillftfot, *.hen wroth**
'tintAent r./411. *ld 40 400 o 1 the ifith.
Jost ef the change in * trni Izte
.It bears upon the stibleot of ‘ l
**AI bed hoped I AV a .
OA the icreikt
arkiiiiiiwia 0 0 . .
Cleo j hair
TO THE "MEMORY
6 . .
;' , Oeuomberland. 4 . •
ofikerge Meixekl, n BoiOng
• Wiranlienek with sigh on, the
14th, and burned with the whole nee of
his harvest, There was a partial insurance.
4r.itf Ann= Goonnerrr, of Newville, has
reedited a Ikea for improtement in niaebine
for.qtang andivilging corn-tndder.
Tam Republican ticket is, Assembly, Jo
seph Rimer, of !Mealuinicsbutg ; County
Treasurer, W. S. M'Donnell. of Newville ;
Sheriff; Jason W. Eby, of Carlisle ; Commis
sioner,. Jahn C. Siunple, of Silver Spring ;
Jury Commissioner, Geo. D. Craighead; Di
rector of the Poor, John Redick ; Auditor,
Joni Lortre bran near Shade Gap, was
struck by lightnini on the 10th, and burned,
with his entire ()rot) of grain and hay. No
nut Republicans have nominated A. J.
Herr, and Peter A. Bergstreeser, Esqs., for
A usu.aosn to rjn from Washington city
to Frederick, direct, passing through Middle
town and Boonslxto', to strike the Potomac
at Williamsport, thence to the Broad Top re
gion, congesting lith the Pennsylvania rail
road at Mt. Union
i ts iecontemplation. It is
claimed to be 120 miles shorter than any oth
er rottte. Jostiph Gift, Esq., has recently
been making ap informal survey of part of
JOHN T. 14cnasips has been unanimously
re-nominated for the Legislature.
THE Republica na have nominated the fol
lowing ticket :—Assembly, Col. Theodore
M'Gowan, of Falteville ; Associate Judge,
W. W. Paxton, o Chambersburg ; Treasur
er, S. F. Greenawalt, of Cbambersburg ;
ComMissloner, A. /1. Etter, of Green ; Direc
tor of the Poor, John E. M'Clay, of Lurgan ;
Jury Commissioner, Addison Imbric, of An
trim; Auditor, N. W. Witherow, of Metal.
Tics Democratic County Convention will
meet on the 3d of September.
Tux Schdol Directors are to meet on the
12th of September to consider the expediency
of increasing; the salary of the County Super
JUDGE King has appointed William T. Duf
field, Stenographic reporter to the Courts.
ABRAHAM CADBAUGICS barn, near Brown's
mill, was burned with contents on the night
of the 16th. Loss, $4,000, no insurance.
MRS. Catharine Mace,residing in the vicini
ty of Benevola, died on the 17th Inst., at the
advanced age of 95 years, 6 months and 2 days.
She left nine children, twenty-eight gram-
chikken and seventy-one great grand childrei.
Ma. Enaelidus Robinson has sold his prop
erty in Hanover, on Sbbottstown street, to
Mr. John Tione, for }?90o.
Tag Handrer Branch Railroad Company,
offer! reward of 'Thirty Dollars for such in
formation aa will lead to the arrest of the per
son or persons who,with malicious intentions,
have, on several occasions recently, placed
obstructions on the track of said road between
Cold'Spring Station and the Junction.
Ammoss I Jsssct• and Daniel Roluhaugh
recently had a dispute in Goldsl,orough, in
which the latter threw a stone which struck
the former oil the head, and inflicted injuries
causing his death in a few days. Jessup is
injail, bail living been refused.
Tux York and Chanceford Turnpike Com
pany is to be built,and books are :to be opened
pt once for inthecrititkm to the stock.
Mar. Jous C. 31ePrtstisos died at his resi
dence in Lower Chanceford township, on
Thursday bust, aged about 80 years. He was
a volunteer soldier in the war of 1812-15, and
was present in arms at the defence of Balti
more in September, 1814.
Tin income from the tax on dogs in Indi
ana this year will amount to i1i;07000.
GEN. Dub! . is in Canada, and contemplates
American politics with extreme disgusL
GEN. Geo; W. L. Bickley, the originator
of the Eni,glittit of the Golden Circle, died on
Saturday, th t e 10th.
Tea corner•etone of St. John's German
Evangelical Lutheran Church, Baltimore, was
laid on the 18th.
Luoxo the late items of news from England
Is the announcement that the Print.e of Wales
has taken the temiterance pledge.
Foca men were 'carried over Niagara Falls
it a late hour on the evening of the
They were two ferrymen and two passengers,
names not known.
Gstv. Strizawas is a Catholic, as are most
of his family. Re is a native of Ohio,and the
most unpopular mite in the country among
the Democratic politicians.
JUDGE Wfixtsxs has decided that the pres
ent Bankrupt act skpersedes all State laws ac
ting upon the same rights, and affecting the
same persons and the same property.
Trut Post 'says that "Woman is composed
of 248 bones, 189ntuscles, and 369 pins.—
Fearfully and wonderfully made, and to be
handled with care to avoid scratches."
Hos. James Armstrong, appointed by Gov.
Poßeck to the Supreme Bench in 1857 to fill
Judge Ma9l4's vacancy, died on the lath, in
Wißiamapott, in his 74th year. He was an
able lawyer, and highly esteemed citizen.
Tsai income Cambridge University in
England Is , 4860" in gold annually, of
which it receives about 4200,000 for tuition
fees. The income of Oxford is 4760,000 in
Tait little raft .NingNareil, .twenty-tive feet
long and twelve and s half feet hroad,succeed
ed in crossing thti ocean, after a voyage, of
forty-three days. She carried a captain and
crew of two men.
THEE third 'ennui Convention of the Penn-
, IvanlayNtal •flights Leagna was irld in
'aillng last week. A committee were' air
polutedlo urge upon Congreto, the duty of
Ton new Co*itzttion of Maryland is to be
voted on, SePterliW 18th, not 25th as an
innniced last; week toOopted, it will go into
effect October 5. The pr,.... school System
of the State is to be abolish. , d a more ex
pensive Judinial System to be shed.
UNIVERSALISM is about one hum
. , In Ameicaoot it in Antop,coed to
..... , In 100. si century from the isn4 ,
.th if 0 Jobaginrnut, theirifint wad*. The
body , , ntinthetinbout 104 ministers and
. 0 ~, ~- , sociltlei. It has seven news
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CRO oRD OUT,--.Several communkta
lions baie been ***dad the pr&tan
on •onr columns for the last week or two.
The Collector of Revenue Taxes will
be bete on the loth and 11th of next month
to receive taxes,
THE ZOITA,VES—WIII be outin full &des
parade on Saturday, September 7, at 1 o'-
clock, P. M.
FOR BALE.—Ekluq* BENDER, of Me
naneu townbip, Ara!' No. 1 Farm for sale.
Bee advertisement in 10-day's paper.
'SA Mr. JESSE thlcitmn, of Stmban town
ship, while shelling corn with a corn-sheller,
recently had one of his fingers terribly mash
ed by being caught in the machinery.
FIRE.—The barn of Mr. PETER MYERS,
near Hampton, was struck with lightning
in the severe storm of the 13th, and was de
stroyed with a quantity of hay.
VALUABLE FARM. The attention of
persons desiring to purchase a good Farm,
favorably located, and in excellent order, is
directed to the advertisement of Mr. Joan
H. BAUNOARDNER in to-day's paper.
RAILROAD ITEM.--Mr. Girr has com
pleted a survey of the 51roposftd Frederick
and Pennsylvania Railroad--from Freder
ick City to Littletdown—and it will soon be
DEDICATION.—Post No. 0 of the Grand
Army of the Republic have secured the large
room over the STAR and S.ENTENEL office as
a flail, in which their meetings will hereafter
be held. The Hall will be dedicated on
Monday evening, with appropriate exercises.
TUE CASIITOWN PIC-SIC on Saturday
last, was very large, and very successful.—
The music W:1-4 good, dinner superb; and the
facilities for amusement varied and admira
ble. The managers deserve great credit for
their energy, good taste, and capital arrange
FARMS SOLD.—The farm of Da...xlim
DINKLE in York (aJunty, near East Berlin,
was sold on last Saturday a week F.
KOEHLER, Auctioneer) to Mr. CHRISTIAN
KELLER, of York county. The farm con
tains 52 acres ; the price, i310(1 per acre.
JOSHUA T. allows has purchased the pro
perty of Nicnot.As SMLTZER, in cumberlan.
tomiship —42 acres, at $4,30(......a5h.
Jou x F. IloucK, Executor of JACOB FIB
Lr:B, deceased, last week sold the Farm o
said deceased, 156 Acres, in Tyrone town
ship, to WILLIAM Bai NOMA IC, of York coon
ty, for $4,000 cash.
HORSE STOLEN.--A bright bay horse,
about 14 hands high, four years old, with
heavy inane and light tail, was stolen on
Saturday night last, from Adyt. JA con W.
Cuzss, of Straban township. The Straban
Mutual llorse-thief detecting Society offer
$lOO reward for the recovery of the animal,
and the c.mvietion of the thief. The thief we
und.•rstaud, took an easterly direction, and
was tracked below Alibott,tnwn.
ACCIDENT.—On Friday last, a 4 Gnonni:
Cenout, son of Nteitot.A.s CODOIII, Jli., of
this place, aged about 14 years, Wag driving
into a field a horse belonging. to xn uncle,
the horse kicked him in the face, severely
eluting it on the left side, breaking in the
lower jaw. Ile walked up town to the oftlee
of but. CHARLES HORNER, who promptly
d re, sett the wound, the boy.sh“ w ng through
out great fin - titnde.,. We are pleased to learn
that he is doing well.
HOW TO MEND GREENBACKS.—An
exeiemgo says:"This is the way to mend
free-nbaeks and currency: Smooth out the
edges with the finger carefully, and moisten
the edges with the finger-tip, after witting
it on thet , nr.:tm. To m lay tit,: bill on a piece
of writing paper, carefully drawing the edges
together, and lay another piece of writing
paper Over it. A few seconds rubbing with
the finger over the seam'will make it adhere,
and a little adroitness, when it is dry, will
enable yon t o lift the bEI from the paper
without taring it. Tne scant will then be
invisible and the strongest part of the bill.
DELEtiITE ELECTIONS.—We hope our
Republican friends in the various townships
will not neglect the Delegate Elections on
Satunfay next. The Convention to asomble
on Monday next will have an important duty
to discharge. Now, more than ever, the coun
try requires the services of honest, capable,
and reliable men in all offices ofpublic trust.
Let the Republican County Convention avoid
the mistakes of the Democratic Convention
—give us a good and.unexceptionable ticket
—and then challenge a verdict from the peo
ple of the county. See call of the County
Oommittee in another column.
NEW COUNTERFEIT.—A new and dan
gerous counterfeit—National currency-s's
denomination—has recently been put in cir
culation, which will most likely mislead
careless handlers of &ley, and even the
careful without close observance. On the
kit end of thel note the wrist of the bait arm
of Columbus is scarcely visible, whereas in
the genuine it is distinct. At top read,
"This note is secured by bonds." The let
ten; "B" and "Y" are too far apart, and the
"0" in "Bonds" is under the "Y," whereas
the "B" in the same word is immediately
wider the "Y" in the genuine. The general
appearance of the bill is a close imitation of
A MANLY ACT.—In the severe storm of
last Thursday night, the abutments were
swept from one of the culverts on the Gettys
burg railroad nei►r Hanover, put without
carrying off the log on which the rail rested,
so that 'a person looking from above could
Lot observe that sm,ything was wrong, A
colored man who lived in the, neighborhood,
DAvin THOMPSON, ascertaining the facts,
walked on Friday morning more than a mile
and a half in the driving rain to give notice
of the accident to the approaching train. But
for this timely notice, the probabilities are an
accident would, have occurred, involving loss
of life and property. Some of the passengers
raised him a small purse ; and we understand
the Railroad Company have given him a free
ticket over their road.
pWe observe that.. Mr. CANNos has
finished a Stone, to be erected in the family
lot In our Cemetery, to the memory of AL
=ANDER HAMILTON HA.YMq, a native of
Gettysburg, who died Nov:2l, 1866, in New
Orleans, and whose body lies in Congress
Grove Ceinetery near th city. Mr. Hs.T7m
Was born in this place Dec. 13, 1808. Choos
ing the profession of printer, he was Snit
employed In Philadelphia, but afterwards
went to New Orleans to become foreman of
The picayune newspaper. He left tfiatoMee
to become•one of the founders of rife Delta.
that papkwu'established:the propriT
separated, and a portion of them, with
Mr. : Y. 123, established The . Create*: The
Crea • f to-day is the revival of that po
pe; of Mr. HAYES was ' original
proprietor. He acted' as foreman to both
The Delta and The Crescent. In 1850, The
&eau* wera transferred' to otiew ornate
'stuff Mr. HAYES took up that wandering life
which continued to his destit], went to
Csiiibrnia, and thence , to ! Taper' and China
sad back again to Odifornia,,,obinh St tube
-left on the breaking out of the war. Hak
made his way overland Taxas, P where he
molded dating the Atatielikeb He Wee iwn
Led back to The th e
oittee by Om pro
-view% titit, he died the day after emdingin
Newbalestia. He- stood high in bla pbo
4 9040 1 44 8 eilltebsbld by al I.lrho kat*
L . I#4l4ol9oste. hopoorio:l4filt
D ElktoC 74,4 TI 0 doptiTY cativEN
ilioN.47hisy)dy met cm Monday, and or
ganized-1y electing Raz:UV: f t, MERIN, Esq.,
of Tyreias, President:;.Jowl Drawl., of Lit
- tlestown; and. HENRY WErtili,f a Hamilton,
Vice Presidents ; SAMUEL A. SMITH, of Mt.
PIEEHERt, and JIMENIAR SLAYBAUOR, of
Huntington, Secretaries. The following is
a list of the delegates :
GCtitY Bl )WikrDavid Ziegie; . 1 _,w 301 ? Troxel•
Cumberland—Wm. Spangler, Henry S. Toot:
Littlestownbor.--Simon Bishop, /no. DiehL
Germany-Jacob, Munk, John A. Fisher.
Oxford—Jacob Myers, Henry J. Kuhn!
Latimore—Jaeob Stitzel, Michael Stum
Huntington—Wm. B. Gardner, Jeremiah
Liberty—Joseph P. McDivitt, William Slon-
Hamiltonban—Geoige Fissel, Moses Sea-
Hamilton.—Henry Wolf, Dr. F. C. Wolf
Menallen--Nicholas Wierman, Wm. Over
deer (elected by Convention, there having
been no delegate election held).
Straban- 7 1 - lonry Witmor, Dr. C. E. Golds-
Franklin—Abraham Hart, Jacob Eielioltz.
Conowago—Peter IsTiederer, Joseph Burke°.
Tyrone—Henry J. Myers, C.,nrad bream.
Mountjoy—lsaac Lightner, NIN4CA Ilactinan.
Melmtpleasant—Daniel Lawrence, Samuel
Reading—Thomas N. Dicks, Jueob Miller.
Berwick bor.—Dr. Edward VenseluT, I fen
Berwick tp. —Jacob Hull, S. A. Wortz.
Freedom—David Rhoads, jr., Michael Mc-
Union—Daniel Geiselmas, Joseph A. Short).
Butler—John Cashman, Abraham Fisher.
Highland—Jephtha Dubs, Reuben. Golden.
Messrs. Klunk, McDivitt, Geiselman,
Shorb, and Bishop were appointed a Som
mittee on Resolutions. Adjourned.
The following nominations were made
NICHOLAS lIELTZELI„ of Oxford, Iva , re
nominated, by resolution.
COUNTY COMMISSION ER.
Jacob Lott, Cumberland,
George Bushman, " 12
Isaac llereter, 'Highland, 5
David Rhoads, sr., Freedom, 3
Mr. Lorr was declared the Lolll ince.
Henry J. Kuhn, Oxford, 23 21 30
Jas. H. Marshall, Hamiltonban, 24 2-4 18
Mr. Kuns Waal dettlared the nominee.
11. D. Wattles, f;ettysllurg, 21 22 2-1 2T
Jacob Brinkerhoff, •' If; 1t 13 12
Wm..T. Martin, " 11 10 ti
R. D. Armor, 3 10
Mr. WArriAls was declared the nominee.
DIRECTOR OF' TILE POOR.
Martin Getz, Hamilton 15 18 32
John Martin, Latimore, 15 11
Henry Witmor, Straban. 12 12
George Mackley, Tyrone, 8 4
Jacob Keef;lnver, Ntonntjoy, I
Mr. GETz was declared the nominee.
MARTIN BOLLINOER, of Union, wam nom
inated by resolution.
On inotion, Joseph P. McDivitt, Esq., of
Liberty, w•a., appointed Senatorial delegate
to the next State Convention ; and Daniel
Geise!man, Esq., of Union, Representative
Mr. McDivitt, from the Committee, re
ported the following resolutions which were
Iles°lced, That we are opposed to the re
construction policy of the present Congrcas,
believing that it will result in a revolution
which will overturn the Constitution, and
establish a Despotism in the place of free
government, and that the reduction of the
Southern States to territories is opposed not
only to the plain provisions of the Constitu
tion, but to every sound idea of practical
. Resolved, That we are opposed to Negro
Suffrage, Negro Equality, or Negro Supiem
aey in every way, shape, and manner, now
henceforth and forever, believing that this is
a White man's government, and that it most
and shall be governed by white men to the
end of time.
Resolved, That, the Legislature of Penn
sylvania, under a Republican Governor and
with a Republican majority in both branch
es, has by its outrageous extravagance, dis
regard of public interests and wholesale
bribery and corruption, been a reproach to
the State; and that a thorough and complete
reformation is demanded, which can only
be effected by the election of honest men,
who will not be controlled by iznpzoper in
fluences and who cannot be bought and sold.
Resolved, That tine failure of the Legisla
ture to afford relief to the border sufferers
for damages sustained during the war, is
justly chargeable to the Radicals who had
the power and refused to use it.
Resolved, That we approve of the honest
and patriotic course of our Representative,
Nicholas Henze'', Esq., generally, and espe
cially his indefatigable efforts on the relief
Resolved, That w•e cordially endorse the
nomination of Hon. George Sharswood, as
candidate for Judge of thi Supreme Court.
Resolved, That we plcdge our undivided
support to our State and County Ticket.
COURT DOING/J.—The August Court con
tinued in session until a late hour on Salmi. day
evening. We annex a brief anmmary of the ea
ses disposed of.
Abraham Trostle, Administrator of Caroline
Trostle vs. John Ernst—Summons in Assnmp
sit, to recover moneys ailegid to have been re
ceived by defendant on account of Oaroline,Tros
tle, and not paid over. Defendant claimed to
have paid. Verdict for defendant..
Mary Schriver vs. Henrietta Schriver, Admin.
istn.tor of Gco. W. Schriver, dec'd. Summons
In Assumpsit to recover moneralleged to have
been paid by PIS: on account of George. W.
Schriver, dec'd. Verdict for PRE for e 59110.
Ashland Iron Company of Baltimore county,
vs. Enoch Lefevre, John Green and John Van
hyning. Repleirin,to test title to 450 tons of Iron
Ore,mlned by Eaintiffs on farm of Enoch Lefe
vre in Hilton township, but claimed by defen
dants. Verdict for defendant:
David. Cleaver vs. Jacob Buckmaster—Sum
mous in Nectment,to test title to tract of motor
tain lead In Franklin township. A copprombie
was effected, and verdict entered by consent af
parties 'for Piff , on condltioa that n 2. pay
$BOO to Deft., and also execute deed to defen
dant and wife, for six acres of the laud in die
.pute, during life of defendant and wife, or sur
vivors of th em.
QUARTER 13103810 M
Com. vs. Geo. W. Thompson.--Indietutent
for Assault, with intent to commit a rape, on
the person of Amanda:• 0. Meer. The defen
dant attemptett to prove en alibi, but failed,
and was found guilty; sentenced to Penitentiary
for one year.
Com. vs. George Stuckey--Asalult and flat
tery, on Information of John Owens. Indict
ment ignored by Grand Jury—County to pay
Com. vs. Wm. Bloomhing. Larceny °rollick
ens, the property of Wm. H. Little. Acquitted.
Com. TS. Same, for larceny of chickens. the
property of John Hostetter. Acquitted.
Com. vs. Joseph H.' Ryland. Stealing a bay
mare, and sundry artieles of elotttthg, in Ab-
Ipttstown on the Otlrof July,- the property of
Goshnonr. Defendant wee followed to Ma
yland and arrested alew days sfterthe larceny,
and property recovered: Verdict,'
tented to 2 years 6 raoat t he hi Penitentiary
`Com. is Same—Larceny of saddle and bridle;
ilroPnrtY, Dr /Sr, Stolen at unse
Why, and beaten, ed to 6 months in Peahen
fig George Athitt,
616221i11/1631 . OM/WI- 4,
Gardner. After hearing of the parties,thu court •
ordered defendant. to pay costs of prosecution.
Com., vs. Chris Han Sheffer. Larceny of
Blacksmith tools, pf•operty of James Wariteld. ,
Defendant plead not guilty, with additional plea
of statute of limitaHons. Verdict, not guilty.
Corn. vs. Wm. Thompson—Assault and bat
tery on inforatatiori of aenry Bilzard. Defen
plead guilty, Mid was sentenced to pay a
Hue of gl and costs
. Com. VR. Isaac Itane--Indicted for stealing
horse of Jacob R. Whitmore, in Straban twp.,
In January, 1866. Defendant was indicted with
John Ulrich. Ulrich was goneleted at. April
sessions 1866, mull Is now undefgolng sen
tence to Penitenth4. Kane was subsequently
arrested and tried lien week. Verdict guilty,
but motion for new trial entered.
Corn. vs. Joseph now, malicious mischief,
In disfiguring horse' of Elizabeth Shtnik. De
fendant plead guilt4and sentenced to the House
of Refuge. tr
A number of pelt criminal cases were pri
vately settled by tk parties, and do not appear
of record. • i
'I he Grand July r4ported favorably on an ap
plication for a Bridge over Opossum. Creek, in
Menalien township; at Eppleman's mill.
Restaurant lieensde were granted to John
E. Ilgenfritz and to John II oilman, both In
StiTITETION.—The following ix the
Constitution Of the I"Adams County Temper
ance Union," which we were compelled to
omit last Week frofn the proceedings of the
County Temperance Convention. viz:
We believe the time has fully come,'when
all Christian Ministers, Churches, Temper
ance Organizatiomf and the friends of Tem
perance generally, ahould form a "11111013 As
sociation" in the county for the more effectu
al accomplishment of the good results at
which we aim. We, the undersigned do,
therefore, adopt thn following constitution as
a guide in our assalciate capacity.• •
This society shall be called "The Adams
Untidy Temperanee Union, auxiliary to the
Pennsylvania State Temperance Union."
The objects of this Union shall be to unite
all Temperance Orkanizations and I 'Jurist ime
people in one great, earnest, effectual and
perpetual body, leaving it to each to operate
in his individual private capacity. to do
the work of Temperance reform in his own
way, but collectively, to provide for a thor
ough organizatiohiof the county, in order to
the adoption by the masses of the people, of
total abstinence) from the use, manufacture
and saleof intoxicating drinks as a beverage.
This shall be done, by holding public meet
ings, the use of the pledge, the circulation of
Temperance literature and by all matll.4 cal
culated to remove the evils of IlltelllperaliVhr
from the community.
The soeietyshall he composed of delegates
not exceeding ten in number, from any
Church, Temperance Society, College, Acad
emy or or . ganizdtion within the county,
who after signingi the pledge and the roll
book of the society, and paying to the treas
urer one dollar annually, shall be entitled to
all the privileges of members. Other per-
SOILS, not delegates; by paying 50 its may be
come members by signing the pledge, (as in
Any person contributing to the funds of
the society a sum less than 50 eta, may become
a contributing member, by vote of the so
ciety at any meeting, but without the privi
lege of voting. Siiming the pledge, and the
payment of $5.00, Ahall constitute a life mem
ber. The society May also constitute honor
ary members tor life, as evidence of repect
tor character, Aervims and fidelity to the prin
ciples of Tetoperapce by a cohtribution of
$::.5,00; but membership so constituted shall
continue only during a faithful adherence hi
the pledge and la‘‘is of the society.
The funds of they society, after defraying
expenses, shall be;appropretted by the man
agers to promote the cause of Teriiperailt.e iii
the county and SLite.
No person shall !be a member of this so
ciety who does not subscribe to the liAlow.
Wre the undersigned, do agree that we will
not use intoxicating liquors as a beverage,
nor traffic in thetu; that we will not provide
them as an article! of entertainment, or for
persons in our employment ; and that in all
suitable ways we Will distaiuntenaiwe thoir
use throughout th 4 couninunitv.
The officers of tlfis society shall be a Pres
ident, two Vice-Presidents. Secretary, Trees
'urer, with one or ghore Cron - vetch township
and borough, wholshall be elected annually
and hold office Until their successors are
elected, and shall 4onstitute a board of man
agers, three of wheals shall be a quorum, and
shall have power t¢ fill all Tenancies and con
duct the meetings and interests of the so
ciety, and report uarterly to the President
the number of meetings held, and the names
enrolled on the pledge from the respective
The society shag hold annual, and quar
terly, and such other meetings as the Board
shall judge best or the society may direct.
Article VII. T AMEN pIENTS.
This Constitution may be altered 6r amend
ed at any regular Meeting of the- society, by
a two-thirds vote bf the numbers present,
the amendment baking been proposed at rite
Alt - THE WA;i4NOTON LIBRARY (\ARP-A
-NY of Philadelphia gains credit and support
every day. The sales of stock surpassall ex
pectation, and the prospect is, that the funds
for the noble object will be scoured even ilk
advance of the time anticipated. The reason
is obvious. The design is worthy, and cre
ditable to the patriotic hearts who are labor
ing to reward ato much neglected
The funds go into responsible hands, and the
public have no fears that they will be mis
directed. The plan adopted satisfies the
scruples of the mast conscientious, and has
the endorsement of eminent legal authority_
It is by its distinctive features entirely re
moved from the taipt of catch-pennyziehetile4
which have so often been the means of im
posing on the public. It gives to purchasers
of its stock a full (equivalent for the con
sideration paid. / 4t.11 its transactions are
open and aboVe hair& It has no conceal
ment's, and the repitation of the managers is
Such that they cannel afford to be dishonest.
in this transaction.; Read advertisement. It
2A gentleman of great medical knowl
edgect says that a m re genial, wholcaelne awl
effectual tonic itn appetizer than Drake's..
Celebrated Plantation Bitters was never dig
covered. He recoriuniends it for Dyspepsia.
for Liver 'Complaint, for Exhaustion, Weak
ness, for a want of kippetlte, and for Mental
Depression. It is' an agreeable stio•a lam,.
and. is equally adaPted to young and old.—
Persons of seclenta y habits, like clergy' Lieu,
lawyers,.merchau , and delicate females is
particularly beneff ed by it.; use,
dole—superior to Cologne and al half the
price. (.10/g. 21: 2t
INSURANCE.—iThe cord of the ` , North
American Life and oeideut insunuipae n
pany," of Phlladel ia, will be feund in to
day's paper.. L, KOUPT bi President;
and W. W. KUR one of the Directors.—
Both of these gentlpmen are well known in,
this communl ' y, mi their connection with,
the Company giv • a guarsuity of its business
INDIAN DOCTOR, having retarnett from
Pittsburg, la again at the.Engle Hotel, where
he will remain until We 2nd of t3eptembor.
See Special. 6 It
THR . DISTANCE . 4 SAN FRANCISCO OYER
LAND.—The distae from Philadelphia -to
San Franciico, by ray of Chicago, Is three
thousand three hundred miles If a train
should run at the rite of twenty miles per
hour, including stoppages—which is perhaps
the average rate on *ailroads in this country—
it would require a eless than seven days
to accomplish the dance. As for grades,.
the traveler will aactind frourthe level of tide--
water at Baltimore! or San Francisco to a.
height nr • mndred and
forty- ' half, at,
-44 time ev-
t'ne Italian '
Horne tuts hest(
to Which he has
France and Ana
tic attention In
not only tho
tervention in - tke
settlement Qt 4
tion to Mellid
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to pmtect thes
leo at all luthards;
at Berlin fiercely
Were made for the
report an ins' •kl
ails - ices the.
thing before th
in the Surratt-
e,,tutt of the
retiring to nisauc
had ik secret, WV)
rii, , siotts of the.
the majority kat
alhereit to tlarin:k:
with them was i
keepers at El.,
vnv Surratt in
tween the 12th
atintittell ti:a-the f.
ticipation in the
lieve be was pr
of the at•missinnii.,
..reisol the great •
thoio jurors wtyli
that giver! by 5.:4
vant of Mrs. Si
-Ali. saw the priso
stn the 14th col:A
'Allis la thy.son
anything like A c ti' ,
the simple . min,
statement that oil .
urtttt • ithstanding.
rottnAel to co
1 - 11. 4 1 umiCtiouW
fln• que4iOn Or
eV! krt.., it kemsc,
expression Of mu
live having Lem
Eur Ope by Amp''
Wool and • to
a twlicf that
siwaks t f ptitn
I,itintt made f
I, a u (=rat atit
in their 'natal*.
that this dep.
mm ins succeisfut
Europe.•' SpeCi •
and Angora goat".
to \° asktington.
glint tleeee, exhi •
I •c is, Eng 18442
beautiful they It
were heard \
Machinery of thi
purchased at t
lack of woritut
branch of Mitt., •
We may Welly
guilt• fabrics wttl,
froniAhe wool A,
To CURE CoNS•U
twtite created 43r
made; .thtia •
:4'll lINCKI4 11111
4.1 01 biligst , tow
the Se.. WtorZi Cridt
ell Escics PVL
• 111.11Cilltit, atilt:. by ,
pur iti.-• are...sten •
....Mr HO. Mt ;Turtle, er ,
lit. will taki th .
0,“ 4111110 lOD eery, ,
• to thels 4114
..t , onwch mnet' teelte
t., .111,ow the Putman?
urXlll4 prwporty wed
I to par*
ewt all Lb. tic
fv.t, anything the a •
le.,t feat., well.
• Is certa
EL IiDF.K. KIDS
%% EA Ks
is; istipg kti
If 11. trratmeelt
acuity mny eases,
The ad, • •
vrt,k. by a, '-
for Ispr oral y
to till!' feLfoir
, T., ell who
nuac Cuits Tot -
C.Allill4, and all •
utuect of rho
C.II.•PiVIIY to ba
Sat tryltle numb
may prove IL bleat
reit, by return Innt
June 6, 1 667.—iy.
initly it prnet
It ' , Nevin
A U weigaiisiii t h
k las irstrateti
A tAA, 100411
A II to
V rr Hy, Am*
E yen lit
Aug. 7, 1 Alit
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