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"iiu in ut L nun uii ii ui.i v j tionnl sources. HailromJs, lelogrni'U, 'aj-viinst tho fflhrts r, tlio Pi-ctional oi-nni- ol" tin case to tho Kni ol Hie Lilians, nhilo tlio iiooiilo mo in dailv contiiit ith "'ii'tuntly on luunl h lurgc nmnirliniiit of M,.
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k-CtiollS Vnt till? lltllll lihlCC dl7 , , Il ,,' , IL ro,Lt.in,v 10 raUon nS..i dost.oy tin' loa.o of loi'o juslioo to the ritizon, of tin Unite., i ,ivi , evi,,,lt.e of ,10 fl(1u,v ,,' thoil. sy8. h of every ilcn,,,,.,,,, wdal, be v,ilNi,10,,
.KtllOHS,; .It the USl U ,,1CC Oliili-sct, niul w .1 I,, m ssi-., a,0 co.,,lantl ,.wjJrh Mvhrmd K.npiro. .Stato.SlH.es interested it. the chum. !.., , of iho
iioldlllg election?, for tllO purpose ( bein2 eot.irl.'tel; $M unm; c1iScovcrd.Jhy lnU.., Al, fiiu.(.)e uwmn 0f tho clam, has Veen umler dicuxi..n lor about T,0 ,!;,... flf ,),o laws of ihe " ",; Hi ?r.bI2eiWVe "w hind
t tf elft't ill" (lc'e.rates tO lliect in Stutcs ninl Territories" ereateil ; every Ibinji party fhouM tlierel'ine nt once mimifei-t i ' f lm ty-feven years, ami now, mto.est ;t.(nn,t,.v l.y the li''nl triLmnal.-., iiulep ml-1 fits in part of-UrohiK and Common llur'oaui"
.finvrnlliiM -if nmr tinio t. f'"'t new, wonilorful, utui unoxp .-etccl ! opposition to loipct past tlitleronces", and , V'11 ,noun.u to ,10t l.s. 1 Jenlly of the priesthood, is tm necessarily I fiofm, Sewinp and Willing Stnudj, h, arij
OlUCnllOll .11 tOlllC Hint ti) UC, ' ,.,,;...,., , u . A .. ' um.e beneath the banner under which 5.0U() 1 lie seizure upon wh.i.h the to ,,. iMuiion llIldor wliicli they Ho-k C., I-'renuh and iiiOd 1W Uod,u.rt,;
:erealter flXCd, lO reconsider the i , ' , : , " nt'"s- ithev battlell in da-s gone bv. If we wish elann is based. I liave been assured took hnve ljvp(li ,ls mc t)ic nivs of tl,c Mln (1) !. pini.iK, Urnikfiist, Cent, Card and l'it.r Ta-
.,,,,,, ...n.lp flf nnkinrr rftiinlv U'C'? ,V,ul VU" M,1S,'.V to prevent Sc tionAli m Iron, triumphing ; 1''" in ti.e year 1821, and was made by ft I110.linp lnisti Thftt -t,0 iil(V3 ,vili ,o!blo,,'fu- Uflmi. manufcetorcd aud delivered u
(,iV4i.iii lujuui iii"iain0 yuij iUsjn lj0 h, , . , .10,inn.'lm..r il, nviiicii.l.. of Niti.iiialilv. wiMiiiistiii'iinnes uiuler the eouiiiiiiiid ol the noton
mninf iiinnrl tlurin t m Wit urn. find tlnif ... ' , . ...
loininalionfi. in nursunncc ol rcs-iu..
wliji IOI1S pu.S.v-eu Iy nyo yeillOCrri-
a: conventions. 7'lie township
COinmittCCS appointed last Slim- ,
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tic r to hold said elections.
order of the committee.
JAS. II LAiflil.MKK Ch'n.
Jno. Mtg.'ihcy yec't.
Coni-ess has pasned no bills of import- j why is it that we cannot bo content to j ..,,,. j t is a common and familiar tiling
nee. A homestead bill, the provisions of ! know that the land is prosperous and hap- to hear others bay, that he is to bo pitied,
ihieh wo have not yocn, is now under dis-! pv ; that peaoe and quiet reipns through- j Wliut but some kind of monomania can
I . . i i i-ci i.i . induce him to annoy his readers and dis-
I out ,om' VU8t sl"tMhowl of! : ""u !,rcss tlio public with violent and c.xnsper
A caucus of thf- IVmoi-ratie members of i a danger of foreign invasion, or doinc-.tie a(0j ,i0cl.imations about the Prc-ident ?
iiu HoiiiC on tl.o subject of the Tariff", '
ook place IiiTt .Saturday night. A reditc
:ou of the expenditures of tho govern
lent was recommended, but nothing defi.
ite was arrived nt. Pennsylvania, New
'ersey, Connecticut, and California, were
:ot represented in tho caucu?.
The Democratic members of the Penn-
ylvania Delegation, were also in caucus
he some night, and passed resolutions in
-pposition to the increase of tl.o T.erma
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.lent, national cent endorsing the 1'resi-
dent's recommendation for specific duties
and renudiatinr? tho acts of thn Den-in.
The Fpecific rail road bill is tupposed to
edoad, and Mr. Slif'e'I b'.ll for the .
jiropriation of thirty millions of dollars
or the purchase of Cuba, is likely to share
. he same fate.
JIou. Samuel Y. Black, has been ap
pointed by the President, Governer o
Hon. W ilsou McCandless, of Pittsburgh,
lias been appointed by the Fame nuthoiity,
Judge of the District Court of the United
States for Western Pennsylvania, in place
of Judge Irwin, resigned.
The Pennsylvania Legislature are occu"
pied, generally, in considering local bills,
many of then, actslorjirieorporatingpassei:.
,'er railways in Philadelphia.
Both Houses adjourned over from Mon.
day till yesterday, at 3 o'clock, P. M.
A destructive lire occurred at Boston,
on last Sunday morning. Loss SoOO.OOO.
A heavy snow storm prevailed at ew
Voik and Uotton, the last of last week.
The overland mail brings California
dates to the Hth lilt. There is little news.
Advices from Victoria, had been leceived
at .San Francisco, detailing nothing except
an outrage upon a liritish Justice of tho
Peace by a gang of rowdies, mostly Amer-
The Camanchcs arc not entirely quiet
yet. Several horses Lavo been ttolen by
There is no lato European news.
Tho Good Time, Ac.
Our eastern exchanges, at Irast those
published in our large eastern cities, nro
becoming quite sanguine: upon the pros -
peel of the " good times'' that in their an. '
ticipations arc near at hand. We trustous part. Iffur memory is not gre ally
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their influence may extend lntherwaru as
rapidly as possible, for certainly never was
there greater want of "good times, than .
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our .skepticism almost force us to
lain.," blcscd arc thev who txpect notb-1
,, for thev shall not be disappointed."
A l5ov Carried over the Falls or Xiao
out. A sad accident occurred at Niacara
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Falls u few davs since. An adopted son
of Mr. Oibbs, foreman ufthe Puper
itecdentally tell into the river at.a was
carried over the American Fall. The lad
was on tho ice, near the mills, where men
had been running tho drift ice from Iho
flume, and aecidently fell into tho swift
stream, lie was not seen to fall, but was
seen some distance dow n the river, in tho
rapid-i, when beyond the reach of human
aid, and speedily paused over, of course
o rise no nioro alive. The child was 12
vears old, and a lad of much promise.
Pi: liKM'ttors to tiik Livisn as well as
.Irsi to the Ikah The Montreal .1,irr
tlscr, in reference to tho Burns centenni
al celebration, pays:
Ik'fore its e' tat die away, and while admi'
ration for the genius of Scotland s preat-wtlh silent patience, the course certain side,
est poet is yet intensfied by this eelebra- self-styled members, atd would bo lead-
tion, we would call attention to the fuct ers of the party are now pursuing. Wheni Conormsioxal and Legislative Docr-
thattwoof his sister's children tho Mis. jthe "English Hill" paed Congress we! w-B,. ,,,,,14 ,i
ses Piegg-have witnessed, from eondi- confidently hoped that the war of faction. ".- e are under many obliatlon.
tion of Actual indigence, nn ovation of their would immediately cease, and that in a 1 to Senator L.gler of the L. .S. Senate,
tincle.one-hundreth part the cost of which few months wo weuld hear nothinjz about lion. John Cress well speaker, State Sen
would have lifted them from bitter pover Lecompton or Anti-Lecompton, Jlut we fl(0i jjon -vm- p 'Wilcox and Dr. J. T
ty, anu thut a contribution lor mat pur-
poso would bo no unlit memorial to th disorganieed dunna the last session of us "epreseniauve. 01
jioet's ineniorj, and especially treditablo Coiigress, seem deterniinoU to be dinor-j ronnsy lvuniH, for various public docu
thepresent geiintlva of bootchtaen. . iganirori till, and not to rest from their inci.
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1 No turn s '. 1 1 v every
lour in this pri-al
rountrvtf num teems with inn'ru-timl oe-
eurrcneo.. The li"lt hind is one vast
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,"l'"""i riming, nil m:;-.uii i..,inn,i " 1
Vutly cvii v iii.iii wo niivt is toiling to
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n.IiM In lli, (liivoloimipiit nl mil' vnt nn-
U'sMoiini or iHiiiwwii ioiuiiio. j,eiy imy i
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fires r.,,( couna . rat ions : railroad aeei.l..ntt
:.nJ stcainboat explosions ; bclligerant en
countora LiHwecn noted statesmen ; bloody
duels between private eilien ; or fights
in Congress; or seisms in politie.il con-
Veiitions, console tlio voracious apiielitc oi
.that great ;onnatid of biurtliny it.telli-
, There was a time w hen -no neivi tit all,"
.wiia cons.dered "the best ol news, and
in - urrection, tlireutens us. Then let us p. ray
that there may ever be, .o tieci.
"The tvay of the Transgressor." &c
In a lato nun.ber of the Tyrone .Star, we
met with the announcement of tho death
of a man n.rr.cd P.enjasiix Fixklkr, in
Huntingdon a few days since, from the
effects of injuries received by falling into J -nan would ivi-h to conceal he not only
cellur during the night, whib in a state i shows how much he is displeased w ith
of intoxication. The incident, in addition '!!1'Bdf ho,v .mu-i, 1,e,' P''s'' l''
... ,1 . . ii .Unsown tormenting thoughts, hut he also
to the natural relleetions produced nj unci. givcs color lQ ;hc itlt,a U,a
he is some-
a mid and suggestive occurrence revived a times under the influence of more vulgar
reminiscence of scenes of denravitv and
crime, which occurred many years ago.
Many of our readers arc doubtless familiar
with the main incident, but perhaps not
with pjen Foekler's connexion with it.
I.oberiMeConahv, was executed in Hun-)ll,',lloe ''" ,v enough in the public
in,,, riirf,,!jidgtiunt, asheperhapsisnow.n lisown
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murder of an entire family, (that ol Ins
father-in-law,) except tho old man him
self and his own wife. During his confine
ment in Huntingdon jai,I between the pe
riods of hiii nrre.t and execution, Focklcr
w.is much about the jail yard, we think
employed in lepairin
thn wills nr build,
, and where he c'ould be j
ing in some wav
heard bv the homicide to whom he wa-
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in tho habit of making, with the greatest
familiarity, idle and reckless remarks : j
among which was tho injunction, "Bob. j
don't eonfe5.-tl.ev will never ! ," vott "
don t eonfi -.-tl.ey Witt .... U ou
and many others of I.ke import, and to
which was then, in tome measure attnbii.
tedtheobftinacy which the wretched eul-
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P"i aurci to nis aec.Mai.oi, o. .nro-
cence, after all hope of o pardon should
havo faikd him: and even uitil be had
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eierimy. i.ui iiie i i.pc ui euixii., iiii.. ..iiii-
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ing that the officers were tternly bent upon
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the performance of then- terrible duty, be
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beenof.ee fwung nff the scafTold toward!"l "ngnuies ne w as uui a
le 10 n.s ea. u..y e.x.sle..te, ,.e niuuif,M,y sohtu.les that submission and ..be-
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thus relieved the public mind, which at,
.hiin, u. ,M. divided .,n tl, .,.
."II iiiu puir
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ject of his guilt or innocence. In the last;ns tho cnnsciousness of his merited pun-
ceremonies or rather the desecraticn be-!ishment may deter and restrain hi 111 from
stowed upon the remains of the u n fort u-
nato man, whose crime bad debarred bis
inanimate clay from a resting plaeo with
Christians, Pen Fockler, acted a conspieu-
. Hen l ockler. acted a eoiiSMCU-
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ne.artho grave vard on the hill north
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of town. Certainly, ho it was, who,
:ed in exhuming M.d delivering the
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toniitv, for the purpose of d.ssection, und
manv'ivero the ribald jest., and depraved
'desecrations ofTered to tho lifeless carcass
of Mcl'onahy, by Pen, intoxicated of
plovers, nut nn 100 uas gone me way 01
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plovers. Put be too ha gone the way of
ncsn, apparently ymg eonainon
of depravity, equalling f not exceeding,
that iu which be lived.
a few mouths after bis
The following appropriate remarks
the Ihidy Tenmjkanian,on tho
a set of men who are striving to li
dissensions in tho Iieniociatic
t.n.1 in ll.rt Dsmrwrnt if- .V.-i.in' Kbenfl.
burg, prefaced in thissensible manner:
"It. U i.nssib1 for member,
of tho Democratic nartv to contemplate
have been disappointed, ihe men who
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i inlii' i in t tnii't I'f liii'Kiii till ninl l
linvi 'l 'I lirv n i tii to haxe n l .1 I r
,i-ii i.'ti In tin Nati'ioil A'IhiiIi.i-Ii M i " .
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This kI i(i nl' illiiii t-1 1 oi i ! I i'-itiliniip no
longer. Wi" linvo I .iv n wringling ninl
mini r,ll i n , nm,,nf filll-.-.i'll i Inn 1, ilm iiIa
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H'M1' iniinilli over tlu uniiru lio.tn oi
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the lvinori.ilio party lias a higher iiikI
liolii'i- mission to fciTorm
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ipl(,vnti, ,,,,1.tl(in lt.n ,0 onici. thtUo
pnnrilmn ol our tffp lii"tltu':onsolL'fivorn-
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John V. lV.rnev is the leader of the
di-oi.'ani.eis iu this Slate, and bv the open J'" by Amei leans residing here. I hey
fiilsehoo.ls anil misrepresentations of fact pleased because it is calculated to
he is eotiKtantlv pioniuh.'auii;r throui.'h the tilrenj.'then thebondsof friendship between
columns of his'pi.por, tlie Pre, has toubt-1 the United States and Chili. If these ru
less succeeded in deceiving manv holiest j mors are col lect, und our Minister has
iDenioernts. Tho following article which
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Itimed mid will repay n perusal :"
I " The feverish and wild articles of the
' '' fly. i,.,li(",to llilt tlio Editor
; (il tli.it lournal is in an unhnppv, distein-
, . ..,u,itioI. o- nlinJ. w ' .lit., the
j Tho publio care nothing for his private
V'riets, A u iso f renci.man once siiki, inai
the tnisfortunes of our friends are not al-
ways unpleasant to us. ','annot the Kdi-
tor of the J'r S3 take some thought and
wisdom from this cayi.ig of the French-
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ii, t.,,,1' l.ii i .1.i,,4.i.i I i'.v Ins ruiirn Iio
; 10t 01, 0X.lO.e!j that which a l.nident
!e.citement. He is fast driftiu; away lioini
the power of self-control. He is delivered
over to Ins own passions, Ins unspeaKaoie
hatreds; Lad associations with bad men,
had habits that gave a tone to all he says
and all helloes, that will sooner or later
'esteem. 1 ake his own version of 1. is own
wrongs. He tells us that he is a east-oil
instrument -neglected und degraded by
Iho.-o ho has been the servant of; and
then ho publishes to the world the cecrets
of those who employed him, and divulges
tho private atiairs of those ini'ler whom
he held place. Madly he walls, like a dis-
chariied steward or bailill', angiy that he is
removed, and full of vulgar spile. Indeed
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tlie lllv,e bc'." t,,kV" (wnl "u '".
places in lilcand put in exalted posts and
like him they too have forgotten thoin -
,splvos nnl, Upn , unduliful to those who
ho,,,f"'ed. tbctn-hono. ed them with rank
st;ltion, uml M fr favor. Such low
.11CI1 promoted are always pre - un.p -
luous. M?iisclnkoll was a kitchen i imy .
lli0 P'c''lt rult'r J "Um fancied him. and
L,;, ,,- to llic (li nitv ol a .n h.co .
i)Ut ti,0 (.'zar could not endow Mcn'ohi -
' koll' with the otiali' ies ( f a noble. With
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l.ll num. lit 'ill H.-k.-, iinnuiin, nii.-niui, ii
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indolent, wasteful, li -
. , , . lie n,m.i,ii i d ii"iiiii.t
j hii lnastol. nl, benefactor, lie could not
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only at e.npt to poison h.m with he shin-
'ders of bis lien, but lie could plot against
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I''-" ble. Discovered and degraded he was
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bet the editor of the Prm read this, our
I Wl'- homily. Perhaps this may
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bis present excesses."
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1 n nisi ii'usin ui j-iiL'ur .1111 11 x uc, mc inlii,
! whose tr.iL'ic history and melanchol V end
,vll0sc ,raic ,,istor-v aml 1'"'cl'l'11.v etld
doubtless funiiliar to nil or most of our
Adam Poe was a son of Andrew
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'nil' 1.110 .mu me i.ieu.o. au.e ci'iiuici au
roe who had the memorable conflict with
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lli.i I.Anl lli IV .,.ii.llla .iiu..? 11 1 in inn
:f,f ? f,'fln,u n"d
' n "v.jerato foe to the white man.-
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im! lt,,,u,- lu mmu iook
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uruiiicia AiiurciY una .luiiiu ivo iiuujusi.
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sott ed, in July
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committing depredations in the vicinity,
and Andrew and Adam turned out with
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mums ii ruut iiieui. niuien uuu jjiu
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lootnieton the banks of a stream, and
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there, in a struggle for hro and death, the
I luniici- cuinjueieu ins (iigauuo loe. jug
A, br,m,c.U 't.h10 roofamily settled at an
J lusbacoqtl.lU Vulley Mifflin
county, where their decendants still ro-,
i. : roui nus snot uv auii'u i uc, niiu i-iiuiu in , ''.u'i .... ...... mini . - , ,
110111 , , . .. , , . ... . ' the establishment., unnn nn iiin.inv.,1,1.. 1,... les must hang frOOl tllO noso of the Itfil ' from riiwrneld town to
r...l I .. 1.1 11... ...I . . tvmil.l l,n ...r.i-n T ll, .1.,.,,, 1 1. .. I 1' IHnCOIl III IlCOIl COllCCllOn. I nnf I I.A IimI o.i ('..,..( .,1,1 Pr.,.,1. nr
course of -re-.er.mu uoou, u o ,l of a Biukine luJ. at least as large a, ! Man of tl.o Mountains now. when even ' tWiirid count, ,1'a-. and
;ceP up antl ly 1110 ; that indicated by Governor Packer. iV. "'oyoncl Ins eye, though not hiss.ptre, ho , ,r,"., '"arco-
.. cuuies in inai, secuou were lorever nui-iriofif tiiien. nuns uuwu iiiuuences tn.it niiuienzas T , ,, " ,
launn, iiu -I , . ,
" 4 . .
i' fin I in n I' II. I li.'ltl
ll'i'ipi lull I . 111," Nil!
ii. ' in ni" ,
V. i k
m 1 1' iiii Mini ni l n inpli-
IllM.lMV tf'lil O (" Il"ll. .'"UN
1 1, i in
Mi .i.l.r lnCli li.
ll i ii"W pi'iirrnlly k ) u lint 'tti
Mmi-li r (li'iicni'ir Itiiln) lino cllcrlril ll
I'uVlillil'll" lliljll"-ltll'lll nl Ill0 1 lllllltilll
rrt-o, u liirli ruse litis lnvn iituli r (lii u"i"li
fi t' lump lluili Iwt'lih ti o lc.ii, I Ik"
FrniiKlin. (in American whaling ship, was
scizen iu iiiii-iiiiii.mii, in ciiiULMi
" lltu-li nl till) r.sliitiro l.iw.
V,.,.., nl,.H fl.4 lii.i-flll'O I Itll ..I I , I. 1 1 tV,,U ll..
... , ., ; ,
4....... I... I I ... 4 !,. f I...-. ,..l. I . ,1 I 1... 1 l ,
".' v.... .......... v . 4. .,..v..
-J" - . i
uih jumilu i iu un i'iiiiii.i nun unu
lil.l.,.i,l ..,.1 .,,.... II.. I.,i;..,.mI
' " -w , , I-
nit onr Minister lias, in the noti'il ciipo ol
i iai oui .uiiiisu-i nus, i u,i i.u n.su ,i
tin, lm, M.'ii'i" Iiilinili. olitainpil a ro ilclli'l"
irious l.oitl (.'ochrane.
I I lie ailjuslmenioi tiiecaseis nailcu witn
! been as successlut as represciitetl, lie cer-
luimy uesei i es inn i.iiiuks ui uui govern
ineiit and his countrymen.
1'. iS, 1 have just been .assure by a gen
tleman of standing that the "Franklin"
easo was adjusted about tho middle, of
September, and that tho papers relating
to the Macedonian case, will also bo sign
ed in a few days. Tho amount involved in
these two claims is about 8250,000.
A Compliment to the Democratic Party.
Mr. AVadiburne of Maine, one of the
leadingand most noted llepublieans in the
House of Iti'Dresentatives, in his late vio
lent and seetianal speech, passed the fol
lowim: compliment to the Democratic par
ty, lie said :
"Let us Mr. Chairman, learn wisdom
'from our opponents
Look at the Demo-
, . ' , . ., ..
'eralie partv and note ts iio hev.
... . I
held possession of the Government, with
short interruption", for more than a qnar
terof a century ; ju--t because it has ulwnvs
i been earnest and has dared to trust it
self. It has never paid court to its oppo
nents, or stooped to specnlate upon their
weakness and divisions; always bold unci
and uncompromising, it has never doubted
its own sufficiency and invincibility,' and
so it has forever been a niijhty jiower in
Mr. W'nshburne, with all his bitterness
against it, had to confess that no other po
litical organization slood by its principles
so bravely and unflinchingly as the Dem
ocratic party. Post.
The Public Debt.
In his late annual message Gov. Packi:r
presented a very lucid and satisfactory
view of the present condition of the Stale
i fjuBiices .including the revenues, exiiond-
j jiures und indebtedness. The real debt
j ,,r t,e Coinninuwoiilth. funded nnd iitifiind.
!(.tl l,e putsut t?.:'.fC58.1 1 1,10 ; and adds, "t
.1.:.. i i ... . i - , ...i:
"i-si-.cs ...i- un..ii,..y m,....-is .,.
I P'"c revenue, the State owns bonds re-
; CPiVP,J -,.om s:,0 0f the public works,
Jaiid which I haveevi ry reason lo believe,
inle , veil secured, iimounting lo Jl l.lsl. -
OW." l),lucti.,g .his f.om the outstand-
,in? debt, it leaves, to be othcrwi-c provi -
:0d for. the sum of tl7.111 .,10." The
(.overnor continues "It is Peheved that,
ith the existing sources of revenue, and
, .educed, di.ri.n; the current year
, .,t lVast SI (MKt ()(."'
. . . . . c
i nese are iruiv words oi ericourflfenieiir
,hat vimy Jlo,,e ,,,, C0nli.ence to tlie
1 ' ' S ' HX- I Ifllr iI. Ill lllI1
. c.i . t . ... , t .
. I I.I.I-.I ll I . .. 1 .. . i 1 1..
M 1(, ,o sacredly -reserv -d for 1 be ... .
u , 1 " .' 1 1 V
,,0se to wh.-h they were originally ilestm -
ed.Tis now vii tullv but S!2K.(IS7. 1 1 1 liV
; , ii- -.,.''--,'-'
,,d we already have a sinking fund of
. . . " , . . ' . .
Pr economy, may be continued from ex'uJ .'eoue,,tl T .olk
nn. 1 i .wui vt. n. j iil ini''i miivi: ui iiiiiiil'
mining this fund cannot be over estiina-
ted. and it behooves the Legislature
, n,.!... 1 1. , . ... :
..lll-l UI.?.. I.I. 114-UU,1'11I171 111 uiviiii; tin
permanence, by pledges of fixed resources
that cannot be disturbed
I Tho potency of such a fund is mighty
; Pood. It would ry otl our debt in
e.g...cen j ears- or, in ot.ior worus, :i in.. -
nor. of dollars thus appropriated annually,
,,., i,. .. ..1. l J.u -t - -. ,i. :.
.".. "I.. 1 i. iv- .-uui .v;-
quired to pay the annual interest on ourVcr l-N- Correspondent of the New
present d.m.n.slied debt, will iliselinri-n
. ; - . , . - r-
niincinal nnd int. vest nt I be end nl" endi -
principal ami int.-.est at the end of eigh .
teen years. 1 bus our debt of 2X.W1 ,
111 iu .vo,i i,n Ptiielv linniibited i,v
... . .
T0 show the vasL i.1,1,0. tnnee of Ibis
. . . . - i. .. . . , .
- - - i
measure mi.i lurti.er :-s..ou.u we go on
.m,. ...... .1.1 . . 1. .. I I ...
paying interest, without a sinking fund,
lie end of eighteen vein s, we would
r. .,n;,l o--. cru "iiu o.i
' v' r""J .. -".-I ,',u,',. 4'v. .nil 1 . ...unri
nn,jsliii owe the same debt of i?2S,07,
i'."" ".... miiu, uui ui-ui mmiu uo uii
...ij. nt th nf tl, ti,., K.,..ei(i..,l. n.,,1
ttius eighteen millions, in addition to the
, . , .... .... . .
interest that must be paid without a sink
i,.uB uiuiiiceii iiiiiuuim, 111 uiiiiiuuu iu 111c
ing fund, would juiy the entire debt. It
' is as disheartenii.g and unavailing as the
lribnp ,,r Svsii.l.ns in now i n ....-nst ,v! i t,..i.
w- - i'".' ......4U. ,..
sinking the iirinciiml. It is ulso contrarv
. ., ? ' , . I P , '
i to the honest habits of tho mass of our
i iu fctiv, ii.i, . .it. ,11.9 vi iiiu uiiiss oi oui
people, in their private dealings, ond their
' servants may resi assured mat no measure
Decay of Mormonism.
The question is often stalled what is to
bn thn fnli.rn nftl.i Ki,i....l,.r .l!nin.
T, i.,r" .,,..,,.,.,,.,fc,1,,1, mads easy ay four annual payments.
seetT Is the comparatively small number a singlo family (man, wife, aiidfourtl.il- ther inforiuatioii vni.uire nf J, L. Crans, Esj. to
ol persons located in Utah destined to bo dren.) of savages found in Australia, who A. T. Sc:ryher, James 11. l.arrimer, lyl-.
me lounuers ot atiystem ol worship, tho
followers of which shall rule and govern
Other States, or will thev nass uwnv under
tho tiressiirn of ilvnrui omi.Fpntii.n frnm
, - -
,.i.l. 4.1... , n.Ait i
'" L...r i n vu.i.iM in, i mi. ;u. j.u
rary, in sneaking on this subject, says :
i ii.ui uii nm mini milium receivcu irorn oi nair aro common enough why should : -Utah,
nnd from nil the circumstances sur- it bo marvelous that a father nnd mother
rounding the Mormon. people, there can
1 no doubt that tho strange delusion that
lin li.ll 1 1, ii In lii .. 'in, in. I Vnlll H'
n i 'Ii in i I !i I i,ili Mi 'I Mm i'l r. I , i' ' i 11
ll . n I n!li I'-.l in I Ii.' III' I'l i I i il ill M Mi ill,
i- f. I'll', l'i. I i,;., cim tli'il ll,.' ,tl' in l
IciMi nil,;!4 ,i iN lilml ill' 1 1 m t i"ll . 1 i
!, Ii' M i I rt nlti in (J iiimiKi In 'I I" ll 1 rill 1-
il. ll el tin il, i . tmli Unit fill' In It I in lii
ill HI mi (In in V) ll. "In ml n' tlio
I liiif Ii, i I I lu ll' il' iMiiilnl liioint ninl o-
I nil rutin il li ll, III il I i'(.'ili 10 ll', i-!Vi' llill
llii il' clilv In'l ( i ill Ml III Mull litiii'I'l i I
lln ir iiii-liiki ii Inilli, ninl n li tii'tn' iiIk ll
nl tin ir s 'ii ituiil" nii'l t mi ot.i 1 iiii' ii
Mli i" Id Vol Nil Ml'l Ills n-M.riillri Ml'l mi "
ri"iir iii iiii;n'sliii''. Yt.t M.'f )miM'r
lln I iiwi-riif t ho "i'l irstiiiH ' iH lit nk i n,
ninl it will iii-viT I"! ivviii'il. Tlio triorn
of tlio iliiinli inn niilv Vo nminlitiiH'il
i'i in i- iiiuiiii
t l.t i.uIj tin" lilnui hImhIuiioi' el tin-1 onl'li
!ini tilicilii'iu'i- el' tliu oi
, to t III t I'lll I H'lll MVH)' CI rUH'l'!1, II ll t 1 1 11. 1
cnn (1)v i,,.,,ntain.il, ovi ii it loll to
., i . , - .
I, mi, toll-. l,,t, it n. (lirn .ni, Iiii l.lniiloil
TV . ..
I" tlio irrot-MU'ss 01 tli iini'OsMiio iiistrn. u
,F i.. ,,:'. r i;.
,l0i thi'in uiuli-r t'.io piilfc of "n-llMli."
ni i:. i. - i ,i 1'
,i rA ...;n
the tetnpoial power ol the church will ;
cease there can be no question whatever. !
With Ihe suprenir.cy of law and public vir-
tue, w ill come a population of a healthy, j The "&vth" and "T,c Slates" to i(: CciiW.'
moral character, schools, churches, m is, dated.
science and general enlightenment. I'.e- . s Brrnliseiueilt ha. Lu included bolwMB
fore these, will dis ippear forever the Mor- i j, A. irj (r editor r tliu lliehinond "South "
mon delusion. 'I hen will spring .nto ex-' nnd tlio proprietor of this pipor, Tlie Sutw'"'
ist. iice a State of wonderous pow er l it h ly which tlio "South" and "The Stales" ro to
in all the elements of National prosperity j be roniioliiliited int.. one paper, to ho pulilUhtd
and happiness. Comparatively few years ' in tl,is f'1?' tH'nshingion. in an kxlaiiukd forie,
will be necessary to Li-ins abimt this re-! nnd U ,",(icr '.'if r'1'","'"1 c,,,,ll'u' Hi.Vrj.
r,., -.; .- i 'or. X" paper will bo the organ of no nvraon or
suit. 'J hen wul the nation be rei aiil a : ..,.,,,,,, ,, ,.,,..,,..., b...., "r
thousand fold for the expense and labor ( Demoeratic party, in aeconlaneo with tiio princi
incurreil in carrying out the Jpoliey to ; ,ics of -lato-righu Democracy. .Vr. I'r.vur hu
which the result will be attributable, and ; undertaken the editorial control of the papor. It
w hich has already given the fatal wound i "ill continued under the .nuiio of "TIIS
to Mormonism, in s'upplanting the spirit- ' STATE.S," and published ootlie fullowiup termi:
ual bv the civil power.";Wy J'cinyka-l'i;TZrUnx IV $U '
. ' copies, flu 00; 8eini-veekly apcr or.o copjr
tjioryear, $3 0(1; Weekly one copy per year,
I $2 (Ml three copies to u club, $5 00 five cup.
DfniNO OI R VISIT to Lowell wo were jie to aclub, $S 00 ten copies to aclub, $15 00
shown throuzh the Laboratory of our cele-1 twenty eopios to a club, $.'0 no. Somumj P.
brated countryman, D.i. J.C Aveh. Scarce- ' l'er: A.', J1'0 ywf.W ' f'f .""'it's Con.
, ,, r . ii.- i ciecs will bo of preut intereft to the nholo coun-
ly could we have believed what rs seen j J.. wil, k jtI renJ,.rfl fullv d.
there without proof beyond disputing. I vi;cd ,, nM fi,jeeta whi. h mnv be difcuwd
They consuinn a barrel of solid Pills, j by that i oily. The price of fubseription for tU
about 50,(11111 doses and 3 barrels of Cherry j session will boas follows Daily one copy $2 011
Pectoral. IUtyidO dose.3 per diem. To what 1 two copies, $:i 00; Semi-weekly one copy,.
an inconceivable amount of human sull'er-j S1 DO-four copies t a club, $3 00; Weekly
i:.g does this point ! 170,000 doses a day ! !
Fifty million of doses per year! !! What
aeres ar.it thousands ol aci es ol sk i; hells , 10 win furlrd us a club of live or ten
does this spread before the imagination ! j subscribers to our Weekly fur one year, at th
And what sympathies and woe! True, not club prices, will be entitled tua copy of the
all of this is taken bv the very si, k, but i "V'ctkly States" for ono year. All letters in re
ala much of it is. Tliis Chen v Dioii and ' ln,i(l" ,u ,1,u nt'w nirniigciucnt, should be ad
Ihis sugared Pill arc to be the 'companion ! drcf !cJ u l'0',"r Wahii.Kton, p. C.
ol pain and ongui-h Mid finking smrow
the inheritance our mother Eve beoueath-
ed to the w hole family of man. Here the
infant darling has been touched too early t 4 LT. persons oro hereby cniiiioned against pur
by Ihe blight that withers half our race. j' cliasing or in nnyn i.o inteilurin with the
Its little hi tigs are nllecte.l ninl only watch-' following pmpeiiy. now in thepusfrssion of Geo.
ingand waiting shall tell which' way it., and b. Honey :-Uno yoke of black diiJ whit,
breath shall turn. This red drop on ils Kv horse supp-sed to be ab.ut 8 yr.ri
... i i -. i ! '"Id. and one two-norse wajjon as tlirnfure-t.nl
table is the tall.-man on which Its lite pr0It.ttv ,a, he,. pureliased at constable's . tit.
sh;ill hang. Iheie Ihe blossom of the :,d y cft itU thtfm on loan only, and subject
world just bursting into womanhood, is to my order.
stricken also. AtlectioiiR nio.-t assiduous I W.M. F. JOHNSON",
care skills not, she is still lad in 2 away. . l'"'un tp., Clearfield County, l'a. Jan. 28, '5.
The wan messenger comes nearer and :
nearer every week. This little medieiment !
shall go there, their last perhaps their only
r. c ' .' .' , . .
, i.npe. i lie strong man inn planted in ins I
vitals, this same dUease. This red drop
j by bis side is helping him wre.tle with '
i the inexorable enemy ; the wife of his bo- :
! SOm and the cherubs' of his heart are wait- j
j i in bick .sorrow and fear lest the rod on
l which they lean in this world, be broke. ,
I o Doctor! Spare no skill, n-r co-t. nor !
toil, to give the perisliina sick the best ,
that human ai t can give. GjU. s'.o.i, T.-.vus1.
Rkmj'm; I! ii.ro.u. Ac.
i.isi am l ii renori o t ne .uan i''e s oi I ne
i . i ... .... . .i . i-., .
i!M,lin T.,il,.nl it .,.,..,' .1,-ir tl...
i . i l t l-i
, "" '"" "'" "in.
i tW0 nna,? ,,!,,f !".,lh.o!',0f 'l'fxr'
1 former veas the coa fr.iiiht was the L'reat
. g0 0f inr0me so that" everything hud
. 1 . , .... ' 14 ....... I 1
to uo seconuary. j.ui now t.iev are miiK
; ..,. ...... , ...,,
' " l til I tllVIUIIU IV U- V 1 '111 II JlMl.lt V I J ll -
, nl.e 1,1, ,1 I 1 1 I CI ft Oii S 111 All I 1 V fit tll I 111 r.ilCU .
ai.d market trade, with the attention that I
ii..... ... i...... .., ....,... .:n
j ill. ., llll- IlO.llll. IV I'l-SHMV .1)1 lj III I'l.'
! another great source of income.
Curiosities or Cold WEATnr.it. It must
have been much colder this winter in
: ew England States than usual, and a ye
: ,.y gn4ilt t,,.ul coUor than wo llllV0 Mt
I . .
. 1,1 s"1'- ' many "iiueis. j aiiuu
; 1 oik Journ.-.l ,tf ( 'amnifrcr. in riieiikiii"
I - . 1 -C
. : r.t.., .,i.i .1 :
the intensity of the cold in those regions,
" '1J' "g
. P .. ... ... 1 ..... .
pictures 01 long years past, was very euri
- , Ml.. 'I'l
I llll llllix r 1 I'll.
1 ue uir, usually so
I I . . . II-
, la"c' ueauenea to mat degree that
m-vuicu in um.' ni'i mi iuiicr m
comotioii. and the bells ran a onlv in a
, . c. j ..
- ue circle irom wiacn i.ey might be easily
1 , , , r, - j -- --- -
painted; the poultry seemed to be all
, ... r .. 1. ,i 1 1 .i...- r...., ,.
""3 uieeu, mnr leaiu-
- c;-" standing milled strangely, like those; Tcr.ns-$S 00 U. mlvanoc, or 10 00, !'
. - , .
ot l',t! ostrich, for, whenever the hen 'put
ll('r ,u'ui1 under her wing' the feathers,
' thereabouts, instantly clothed with ice.
- . .
, stod erect as t-pear points. I he curs ran
1 i,ni,i- behiiwl l,,,iid ,.,i n,n r.,.iu
j llou18 nehind liund, and the only warming
. . ' --- j
fi;nture tll vVoch w found in
;"-' ..." ..mnuinr uooui
on this wibo.
11 .. 1 lli, l... UUU fill COI11U11...4. UU4V..J, 441.4..-
lias It been any colder else- j of the wntermondurinR the fUels, which uii-
j lly Inst uo.ii four to, nix, weeks. Then e are
.,j i' ci... r.i. ....1 Ituka llalMi
Some wise speculation are beiinr in
in l, H. V..i;.l. .
havo not a ptirticlo of hair an their bod
ies, Somo suppose then, to bo "a rem-
nnnt of smiin l.uit rn. ."r.il. r 4 1 ... f
llm i.r.J.mt nf.nmi. r.i... yt..
4-. M..4.4., V.. .44, ll.tU.U.IA.Ull. VI IIIU ..IIS-
i i .i.. .i ......
- . iiij una i.iu norm wesiern tilacK irincs
of Australia." Single individuals destitute
bavinc this ncculiaritv should have eliil-
dren of like iiecription !
! ntc In r, ' i nMi, ,(,,.,)
n,i I 'u.
.rtt . 1 1 ' "nf V Bf .ii, I I'.,
Inn I "H i liniii", l" I'l,. iu-1 , t
. "n. l..i il,.
i. ni, I I, , rl,, i, ne
""111, I. "II .!,.. ,. I ..'
pumii'l, f,'iir ni'i'' li'.nt In id '"iii"i, m, u,
I n M mi l I' r Mii'i p. Hi. l.,,vi.'., '
"ne iiii'ln I I'.v inn M flirt i" mil. , v
nith l'niiiil limn on l"n niily, ninl niir,.t ,
niy otilrr. '
It. II. M nun l:.
I.iilln'udurg Jutiiiniy SI, 1 f.',W. no. I, ,, j. j
Cabinet, Chair Making,
;;;;; wa azi'a x&'mwQt
"I 0I1N OVMCH. i'f Hit buruKli of ricrBeld
J I'n., will do prepnreil at nil timon to mtctiil to
I IU BUT CURllirPB 111 I11Q HUOVQ n0 Otl l)lnrf
. . . ... '" un HOrt
, nutlet, una in win ktunnlike iiinnncr. lli. ,,i...
,,,. j, t tl.o .Impon tde nortl, , j. ,
.,.,... .. '. . .. . ' '" "u,"f
Mmkct Urccl, il door rati of Thinl .t Bv.,u
:.. .i . . i i i . ... .. i ". l""J
rcurunry J 4 vol. iv.
Kew Ai range tnent.
one copy, 60 cents Evo copies to a club $2 09
neveiilecn copies to one address, $5 00. Py-
February U, lSj'J no. 4, vol. iv.
A -"' persons inucoica 10 me suoscriocr, euaer
' by note or book account, aio requested t
nj settle, on or before th-i first d!lyf April
isJ9. Those who d,. not comply with tue above,
may expect to pay costs,
,, , ,
, ,Z lo-ihe subscr.ber offers fr sale his
'n,r caT orin n.'i.
'Z For fuHlle'r 1 $
,0 the si dsciudku, on tho premises,
l)r. 0. Wft.SOX.
Dissolution of Co-Partnership.
: . ..
I . u,"kM'iSe'1. havin noen partner in mt
- ..omnkiii'.', at tho St, .Mary bteam Tannery,
lli,ve ? hy ,"u,,,", c""7 i
co-pnrinership coiincction. All debts due said
firm ofO. W. Wafon ,t (V. an, all claims asnin.t
1 ll.nm U'lll l.A ttnttli, l,V 1 P Sllllltlft lifSl Murr'l.
- . , . , .-
! ho has purchase.) the intor.-t of tho other tiro
G. W. WATSOX.
THOMAS V. HICUAKE3,
L. C. sCIIL LTZ.
6t. Mary's f?tuaiu Fuctory, Jun. Z, ISiO.
no. i. v.
the; 4 Ll persons arc hereby cautioned piinst tmj-
- ; " h73,.V rf Wrt
it - ,;f tons,,ip, C0, fi, , , Counly, Pfc,
it.,L. ...... win.Min on. i.off.Rlti.
- - ' . " . ....
' mm ,iini s ci . one ot ol loirs, ana ivok v
, ,, , i,elonKs to me, ana is only lett witk
of sniil Horn on loan, sulnect to hit order.
- ' IV IinBK
tl. w. 11 una.
! January 19, ISo9.-3t.pil.
C A II I.
i- t 1 rOV.T.VT I..I4 r.,.,n ,1,4 V.il rMllK-
e - fii
oo vv.4-...... 1 i.., ....... .,.4. r ,
,n,.iufi.. in iIia cit.zenl 01
l imlielil anil the C.nmiy gcnernlly, thatiMW
10- iiiepariu ni give liisuuiuou in .uusic
lit - , . . 4-n .-..-ithi
. i'lA. U. M C L.IJJJ I'.U.l A-U IllllM
TUP rDPV ,,..,.. IT ., i
of. She refer, nil who may b. loter.t.d ii tl.
above, to the Hev. Ot. auJ Mr. il'icod. I
i-'oit sti r nit rext.
..., . VAT.lAltTK T.VFH PT." A.i" f
tho, A vakm Ui- si ACUK.S OF LAND, 64 f i
' . . . . .... .vri &
nineh are cleared nnd unilor cultivation, wv i
i the nnunrona iw'"i j
C:oi.rlield liridffo. .
three miles Uiiuta
well cali'uUttd tf
1.. .11 ilix riilto
4.4.4. 1 14 1 11 , ,, V III 14 p.,..-.., , I 44C 4. 44 .. "
- ' various other building necessarj 'for con'
' mence .-.nd coiutort. I ho terms oi
- field, or S. W. Weld, Ulen U'Hie.fitartiemis-
' Possession can be given so .thL:,t
1. buyer or rentorenn have the beuofitol miff
business, which alone will ainouut to mon -
diiuule tbo rent
A. T SCIIBTVER.
Jlin.iary i. 1858,
A LARGE quautity of Fall for Sale at
' rmCr'y, at th. .tor. ef WM. F. IBWIS