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T y irtiic tt sundry writs of
J ;.. , ,
issued Otlt v (lii
("ui t r f Ci'niiii'..n
ai;il to in' diii ( ti,
I til'Ilf :i,!c, M
' i-i.il t f ('h I'll!, id,
d.lV t'.' llll'V!'.
Will 1 1 1 IXJ.iMlI to
C Itll't l;f ll-0 111 l!.C 1 ( 1
CD MoinlaV, t!lC I (til
y.lO I'ellowillLj ik'MTibl'd
A 'Ti lam j. t o) !ii'i
t ''.vi!. Morns toiMi-i;i
i .i.ii- ivi'.ui.i, K 1 1 1 v : t i
l);.n i'V Mii.l O. 1'. Ho. i
i ;.: : i a -1
' ' I
o, -co and ot Kay hm n, b"iir. !. 1
. scru as ii-im'.vi : j( ii.niti,
!' ' t Crt.-t Oj pCl'dn s to ;ul HI
, ..J j i robe to a i wi j st ii in
i .-s tn pine pest, s t" li 7
' .-.-iiiit I'd.-;, wf.vt rod , t
i i. "icC hoi 1 ii st veil pi : clji-.s
"' 1. 1 fjli'iiliL-. fi :i!ii;i.ii:t; j ,
: "t an
i I Cii-
t mi a-
e'i'Ool' icis, liinnii; in: rl a
hout-e ana me sto:y sl.i.jj thiieon
ed. S. iz.'.l. laki n in execution, and
-"! 1 1 as the ; r.'pei ty of C-. F.
j a eel-tain tract of lai d si!....:l i::
a ia towi'slnp. Clem tii-I-J county, 1'enn
i-i.i. l!ej:nin;i'i; at an old sd,i:'
.-" "! G:.l !: !.-.., liiein e ,,- i,.,'
s::c;y t or
, t .... 1 J i liilee iie;;ret'
: i. t hence I- I .:: i v
erot.es 10 po.-t. 'hei.co ioutli .
.1'' i pLSt, tluoce by fl;,,
l.'i.ts.-.eUMii.'tli ,ytst and o-ld
:) a pod, tlirr.oo by
:-.'.e. 1 A. K. 'A'rieht',
i-.!,,.-,' erciics to a
ll'-'I'tll .jl.i lito.V ,!
icii, tiicii.-o in :'t!i
"aches to a no.-;.
1 uids of
rl and IIe1.1v
iiiii'side-. Iieith 7
1 ,'i i'n to a p. :,i ami
plac r.f bej'.niii,;g.
1 1, let
ituaie in Culich towu-
uly, J'eni svlvania, bnun
' ' ';: I V Iiiikis ol ,;olili
lawer, Ceoi lto 1 Ictr
" . J. II. Morgan, Dai
-' ".'llli , , Mo.-e., l.iibins,
ington iV Co. 1.; It
i. and John S. V. 0
". .. . containing ,',1.0 n,.r(
. it- story frame dwelling
- more or less,
louse, 21 bv e'i
i-.i', ' tenant houses, bank-barn 1.;, 70
'";' 'aw-nnll, -") by f,(i feet, with one'iun
if buns attmhed theiTta, largo orchard
r.d about iU acres cleared. Also on iwo
other tracts hiluato in (julieh tounsiiip,
M .-aid county, Ixgiiniir g at n white pine
1, corner of wid land, and land, of 11.
: , pai ty, in rlh -17 dei:. east I.-'O per. to a
1 -. whence ,y huidst.l V- C. Cros,
t ti.li !3 ilogiee.s ea.st 12 per. to a post,
ti . 'o lioi tli -I.'! dog. 1P' to pbee or he-
'. :iii:ug, oontaiuiiig IIS acres ll!,'' petches
'' i,: ol'"hoos, being part of n largei stir.-
. .'i. il.o li.tmo rf John I.andliock, the
1 ' ceiniiing at a white pine, thence by
''. ft t'hiilips no, th -t.j degrees w est one
'dual an 1 six per. to a post, liielieo by
el jf l. Johnson cad 12. and 710 per
.an oak. thence by hinds Hall i
nth, 27 and 71') er. l place of bo
ng. C' litainlng ZV, n-ros an I allow
, bMng same tract surveyed, warn, nt
o'ni Cross 17, December 1 uil, about K)
- '.lerod, alatgo dwelling hoic 0 and
. 'ionic erected thereon, and bearing
.iard. Seized taken in execution, anil
b-sold as the property of Abraham
.. '' and Asi Dcyor.
!.-- A certain tract of hp 1 siuiato in
'. dy toivuship, Clearfield county l'a.
o. iiluiuing one hundred and twenty-five
' cs, adjoining lands of Kingsbtirrv, Du
e and others, with' two log
'tise3, a .sin;.)! stable and about ton neres!
I'.ai od t icieon. Seized taken in oxocu.
:ei . and to bo Hold as tho property of Wil-j
' i so-- A certain tract of land situale in
.-riuson town-hip, Cleailild coantv
f ei.'.i.-vlvanm, bounded by lands of John
i - n berry nod Thosias Jlenrv, con-j
'" ' 'wo neres mote or less, v,,(h a two
nee hotiso and stable creeled
' ' lasieii in executi-;,,, nnd
s-ldas the iropeity olCast er Uoclv
land situate in
i.. (' ni'. Peiiii-
, Ol.c 0' I.I
. J .'
-oy iiiims 1.! x.
Wiight, aoutii I
ii,ds ot VViigl.t uiai i'tioi.ipR.iti,
e'eered with Louse, bum and
'Minr rrchiuJ, Leing
.il!',: t el ' iridic i, 11 1 ot.,, i s I iso dcil n i
' intetest in 431 net es know n us Row.
one tract, warranted to R. Smith, S
le.nej, house find stable thereon,
same prenii-.es bought of Nel.-on
by delendant. also a lot of round
ion n, nojoining Wright on 'he
, a ,-t
: cot oiUi.e noi th, lbiop on the
I an ally on the south, with house
lie 'hereon erected. Seized, ta-
'- 1111011, ninj 10 no soid as 1110
'"pei ty of James M. Leonard
s, . -ji certain tinet of land situate in
i it'll lei'iiship. Cleatoield county
- - . cnheidng ope hundred 1 lid fol-( -sc-
'" le'i'os (1Il oilownnce, beginning 'at n
i po.it on tho south cust corner of warrant (and I Uo ballanoc before the deed
'No. s'.'7, thence south J1.) porches to acknowledged-
btninp col lier, thi'iici- S crol.cs iiO dep.,
w c it to ii w liiti n.ik coi hit, tliitico west
tin juTchfN to ii J out roiiier, t li oil to eitsi
111 nrrli('! ton i-to::o coinef, thonco oust
I io I'ciflr's to I'lut'f of hi'giiuiiny, lifinj;
).n tot 'v.uriuu No. ls7, '.vitii about 75 iv
cros cit iti eil, large twoston,' tiaiao house !
barn elected thereon, fctized, tHken in
eei'iition and to bo sold us the jprojici'ty of
M. IS, ('onaiviiy.
Ai.so a certain tract of land situate in
Morris towimhiji, Cleiulield county 1'a.,
eontaitiini; on? hundrt'd mid twenty-fia
acres, bounded as I'ollows : bepinniiig at
an old chesnut on tho north east corner
of the trad, north Ml di g. west l.y Win.
Mollis, survey 171 J.eiehes, thence south
II ) perciie-', tlieiire south K) deg. west 171
lien.hes to line of tract, t lience north 11)
perches, with 1)0 Heron eieareil, and house
and burn theieon erected. Seized, taken
in execution am! to bn M!d a the in'oiier
ty oi'O. 1'. Wild.'r. Administrator of Ac
j tenut-i Johnson dee'd.
j Ai.c a certain lot of land situate, in
ilie 1! TiMi'.:h ol ( 'urwen- ille, Cleai li
cnut.tv 'a, bounded north b- Tuino:
ciHt by lot formerly owned by Iiielnn-'U,
sotitli by an ally, an-l Wei-t bv !ut of John
I'.ile, 'eii.'.fi fi ( iy. front bv one l.un
Ii'eii and lil'ty !'-et back, bavir.p a tavini
bmise, Mai'linir and r-ther out buildint's
to l e sold ?' i'ji:
taken in execution,'
;ro;ei'l- of Nancy
A.'.-o n cci tain tract of hinl sitiiato in
1 eeati:i' lii,Misl.i', I. 'lea: t i . 1 . 1 f-u n y l'a..
i'.' !' tuiiiin.' sixty iiercs more or less, with
l:ii"' T.nein hot'ee, stable and wn'.'on
s'o'd thereon erected. Seized, taken in
e.ecni:iin. and t..- b" sold as th
!' Ib i'iy P. -t.
Ai.'o- a certain lot ot
I.uiiiber city I'er.n tew
county Pa., bound, d 1 y
M'.ore, KK,:.i !i vin, and
ol' A. S.
Al lllll! s,
con'.iin in fori v-.-even and
nioro or less. :jy ncsc c.l ate
ove'iard. h!"ized, taken in i
x"cut ion, and 1
tbe j roppi-ty of William A.
of iand sdunto in
irtiehl 'oun'v T' i
A : -r r. ci-i I ',
n tin ,'
T'el'vO-eil town-hip, (
C .in tail: In:: t iv O I; un ll i
iv !';. a. 'ios elearod.
a ores, wi:h nino
Moini'nr land., of
V:ii. Wise. .lames (,lenn an
.-il b. ik i
imp 1 ain
m il ol her impr.vements t hei e,
: al-t wo !;e:!ri .nd Jour lots ' i Mi'l
'!. Seized, taken in execution, and to
1 sold 'is (lie property i f Jolin S. Wil!
A i o a ci 1 tain ti a. t of land situate in
ike townsliip, Clearfield county Pa.,
iiitalning o:.o hundred an,l fif.y a res,
'joining lands (,f the estate r.f Ui chard
..'.!., William (iienn and others, with a
name non-o anil bam erected thereon
sixty acres of cleared Inn'd ami an orchard
Sei."d, taken in execution, and to be
scl I as the property of Wni. II. Rex and
1 .1 eorgo . rte.x.
Also uy virtue 01 suiKiry writs ot 7.;'-
'jn -.(.-iui, the lobovving Ke.d rotate, to
:,o piece or tract of land situato in
Woodward Township Clearfield county,
and State of Pennsylvania. llegiiuiing at
a l ost in tho road on the North-We-t cor
of tho tract, Thonco 6v Mary Sair
ivith tract, .south ono honored and sixty
perches lo coiner ot land of C. Kraiz
er, otf saino tract, thonco east along his
me. ono nun .treil ami six perches to post,
thence son;h oneh ndred and
ix ty per-
dies to b,:o ot tiact, tnence (.1st
uuniii'ofi mi l six pel cues to corner ot lam
formerly of llan ison oll'sanie tract, ilieneo
along his lino, Fnw,iy & Kay's line ninth
three hundred ar.d twenty perches to
the old line and stones, thenco west two
hundred and twelve perches l.y the Mary
M.'Clauahi ii survey to place of beginning,
being 11. art of tho Thomas Stewarosoii
survey. A so tho undivided half part of
ono hundred acres of hind, being part of
survey in name of Mary Saudwith ad
joining the Thomas Stewar.lson su'rvey,
situate in Woodward Township and Stale
of Pennsylvania, being s.iuio p.-emucs
wnicn .jo.-iuii li. lice i. enenii. deed da
I I , , , T, I . ' , - ... ,
tod 2o;h .1 ugmt, 107, t onveyei to Wil
liain Irwin and Josiah W. Smith, the lirst
liece containing three hundred acre;, more
or less, together with the ho; p.lili.imeiils.
Seized, taken ill execution, and to bo sold
as the property of Ellas Felt.
Also-a certain building ami lot of ground
of Mary Ann Luinadooand Eli Lumadoe,
reputed owners and contractors to wit.
all that certain two uory l-hink dwelling
nouse, suuaie in juawr'nee ioimis hi
Cieailield county Pa., uiidon (lie teat!
leading from Cleniicid Town to Clea: field
Pi idge, iidjo'.-.iing the farm of A.T. Sehry
Ver, ,ng thirty jeet in fionlon said
roa:i, and thirty fec t in ciepth and the lot
or piece of land, and cuilihigo thereto up-
ourlenant. Seizid. taken 111 execution.
and to be sold as the property of Mary , (1r,jiliarv common sense, t hey might learn . '''iobl is jtist now all'ortiing a lucra
Ann Lliir.adoe and llli Lumadoe. to refrain from this st eoial .ienaia men.. f ,1,ost 1',s . employ m.-iit.
Al-o n certaia building and lot of
tiioiiun u i.on ai 'i .uci larvey, 10 ivii: un
1 . ,- 1.' 0 .l I . 1 - - 1 1 1
t t,y A 'hat one story saw mill or building, feitu
1, 101.I ate in Karthaus township, Clearfield eoun-
ty Pa., on the Three Runs in sai l county,
containing in front 'M feet north south,
nnd depth SO feet and the lot or piece of
gioiuid and C'urtihij'e appurtenant. Seiz-
d taken :n execution, nnd to bo fold as
the tifoncilv of 1'il-v.ml Meburiov.
1,,. 1, . . . . f . -
At.sn-- Uv virtue of n certain writ of 1-
- - - - - -.'
All thai crtiiin tract of bind situnl
roll township, deal field ooiinlv
bounded by lands of John 1 a! ton. laai
Hlooni, W illiatu Hrndy and others, con-
taining 75 acres more or es, and nbeuit-
uvcniy ncr.-s cicnred meieon. Seized, vi
ken in execution nnd to bo sold as tho
properly of James Ilockinberry.
une nurd 01 1 ne purchase money must
m a-iatily he pnnj at the time the prop. with every such defeat of the Abolitionist, can fee that I aui. for Salo by pnvatc con
erty is k necked flown or it tvil! be refold, ' the advoctite of the institution arc fur- tract.'
cu:Aimixn, ia. wkdnksk.w, skit, id, ibgo.
K 0 MILLi:it. .iiKin.r
Clcnrfiolil Kept 5 I860
flcci '1 otlrn.
I'd kind o'lilto to liavo a cot,
i'ied on Homo nanny flupoor pot,
!'ivc ncres mi ro m loss,
AVilh ni!ii., eediiri, cherry trees,
And pi'i'lurs wliiti nln,'! in the breeze.
"J'lVi.llll Ml 1 1 ill tllSt", 1 ;U(ibS,
To lint e the p'lieh with vino o'crliuug,
With bflls of icml(nit woodbine swung,
In every boll li lire,
And rmind my liittii o-w indnw spread
A clump of roses, while and red,
To Kolaee mine nud me.
I hind o'lhink I shoul 1 desiro
T o henr iiround the hiwns a choir
O' wood turds eiuinj,' iiweet;
And in uilell I'd have u brook,
Where I could sit mid read my bonk.
Such should bo my r treat,
Kar from tho city's crowds mid noiiio ;
There wi old I IViir (lie j;ii'! nod ln.ys,
fi Imvo Kiine two ur three.)
And if kind llciu'oii tJumld bloai my rtoro
With live or six or so on iii'ire,
lion happy I 1 hould ho.
) is cell anrous.
Frefcring Slavery ta Freedom,
'.hie oftlio.se iiistancos which now and
then .how tho silver lining of .Slavery
viys the . Y. Tan'', ooouned on T110-.
day. at l'h:!adelil:ia. r.ssMOitE Wim.iam
that in. .nil southbound, whoso scent
for t he slave., is a-keen ns th.it of th?
1.1. i-t a . irnpli-hed (.'uban beagle, uiscov
(re. I in 1 he : ( 1-0:1 nf a fcrnide servant., at
tci.d.in! U) on a Mr. ('oiiipje.-t, ol X'irginiic
nor i. ling in riii'.adelphia, an involiin
tary i t iui of the gre:lt ivrong. Theirl,
it '.v a- rcisona' Jo to presume, could not
be a.'ipi'iintcd witn her rights, la the
true evangelical ppirit, Williamson seems
have indoctrinated her tith t he nritiei.
pies of the Contitu.ion, as iiiteiju'etud by
the Supreme Court : ami iriiuinir a in. i-
i lm',Ual'' inlluonce over her "mind, prueu J
1 i'cd ner signaturo to an application for a ,
;,. ii'l li e-ed ta Ju"'! worse than this, Forney's Prrfs almost d.-.i-i'lni
t-M- Sc;,lons- J I,,. ; i.. (,,,,.,, ...;.). i., ,.,inr.:,.0 ;i r..i.:
ranted the slave was produced
a-. d ti.cn . in tlio
sei.ee of the luulti -
! tude, ui. I that iouhiiil colored won. an at
' te;t her undying loyalty to the he; t o
tii: tors, and her determination not only
j to a '.hei 0 to him among tho actual tempt
; a lions to liberty, but to return with him, if
I need were, to the house of b-nidaje it'elf.
I She stated that she had receive! nothing
I bat kindnc-. s friiin tho respondent the
1 latest exhibition of ids generous temper
being that "he had taken her all around
1 ' '
and shown her all tho sights; ' and
with an acute senc of th" proprieties of
life, worthy of the pme Caucasian, she
declared that after such delicate atten
tions "she did not think it wouid be hon-
1 orablo to leave him.' Chagrin
' t., fittrfit-ntion' I't.'i. I .f m v.w
oli'.tle to be anticipated, the Aboli
tionists left the lioid, and Coi';i'it resu
med his negro. Now tho cunning of tho
t'-uusiietion appeal s, in this ; The master,
((usoi.-u.j of the precarious tenure of his
property, and prescient of tho Mf.rts of
her Abolitii nist tempters had indulged
Ihoirirl with a survey ol the city and its
siglils. Wo may take lor granted that a
pr set ical 1 1 1 11 . is given to this expidition;
and that among the purlieus laid open to
l no inquisitive eyes 01 I He neress wore
vich loealitiei as Lombard, Elizibeth
South and Shippon streets, the haunts of
tho free coined population of Philadel phia.
What the girl must there, have seen
mu-t necessarily havo qualified the aspi
raiions, if any, she had previously enter
tained for Freedom. Poverty and sutler
i:ig; rags Insullioient for decent shelter to
tbe limbs ; eager hunger in hollo v eyes
and cheeks ; sloth, vice and misery, on ail
sides, are the attractions presented by Li
berty in those particular quarters. The
lot.-ioe.,,, 1 ' , 1 1 , , , , . 1 1 . . , 1 ., -1 1 , . , 1 , ,.. n
' ts' ." " 1 " r " r
gateinjar tower soe-al position than loose
ol imv "ot her Noll hei a 1 il v. Instnrwe n'
idiv .l,,,,! -1-e ,1,1. -
moral, iniu 111telleetu.il elevation aro not.
uncomnion ; but tno inert nia.-sof tboAIVi-'
can population, horded together in its own
accti-toined di-trict, presents nil tho ,vo;t
characteristic1- of the race ; :td the un
bappicsi re.-u'u.s i f sudden IreciLm. o
wortier that fiotn hiich sights, the "ei'vcnt
of an indulgent nasi er should derivoa lo.--
sou 01 coiiieniroeiit, lieu 11 coitom lias
tit, h.-sti.r i.rtio t--. I.. 1 . f a I,, ,.tC..- f,,p n 1.1.,-
long hon.o and cou.lorta' le subsiste-nc,
v. ithout cafj or undue labor, bi-edom, ul
thouii einbudio l in the per on of iho
pei'Miasivc J'-istmrc Wi'" untvn, will be
likely to tail in itn pies lytisni, Perh ps
it wai al'te;1 -S'ou had signed tho applica
tion for the boiietits of t!ie nikiis corpus.
un. 1 1 ins e.vc.nui ride was taken. Wore
..mi',,,,,,,,, I ,ii,i;ii,,i. i.i...i,i,i
l-.U,,.. Wcneati dlv have thev .ouchL to
deooy away the personal attendants of
.Southern tnasteis, and in nearly every in
stance haj Iho difiioulty in the way ofsuc
cess been found to be attached to the
-lave for his owner. The truth m, it is
t ol the Southern household servant who
feels the ranch of servitude. ( '011 1'orta-
i,iy housed, lavishly fed, indulged, and v?-
1 .. ..i-. :i.. l 11. 1; :t
iv oueii pooii'.-ii, into nun uiu e-.i- ny 111-
, , .1 1 1 .
dolent ; ana their daily intercourse with
tho white moinbors of the family seldom
, , 1 r .. 1
'ails to inspire mil tun feelings of a'taeh-
, , .... , .... , , ,-
ment. I ho Abolitionist otters no substi -
tute for tho.o comforts no guaruntee
against an unprovided old ego ; and with
the better intelligence ncquiied by as-oci-
ation with the master s li Dtisetiold, (he ao-
' mestio negro has forecast enongli to study
these little considerations, to shrink from
1 the change. And, it is needless to fay,
tiished with n minhin'ou sly jilausible Jem
onstrntion of iU gentlu ftn'u pBtrinrcha 1
Jehu W. Forney.
There was ft time, w.,en thennmn of
tho mun who IimiJ- tliU nrtiole stood hisli
in the estimiition of tho trjo Democr.iey
of the land. For years h had been thn
bold, able, unsw-'Tving champion of tho
nr blest cauio : his jien, truer than tho
Rtcel it was made of, wrotn down ' the
bold bad men," who essayed to crush out
tho everlasting principles of I)( nnoeracv.
The errors and sophisms of the old Whic
party, the monstrous iil)urdi(is of AbrJ.
ition Uepublicanism, ami the wickedness
and injustice o,'" Know Nolhinuism, met
willi no mercy at his. hands. 1'heir falla
cies were exposed hml their cunninplv de
vised props knocked from under them,
us it were, by the strong arm of an intel
lectual giant. Whiln on the tribune nf
his. cherished J'rmti'vtninn. he mndfl for
himself n name that was loved and eber
ished by the American Demo-racv thro'
out this broad continent- n name that
our poop,, delighted to honor. And am-on-'
other thinei. his love and eonst.an.-v :
to t lie fort une of the ',-,.,-, f Whenthmd.'
won for him tho admiration of tliou-ands
who did not aeor l J, j,olitienl
ori e l. ,,r persona! predil.-ctinm. ; 'It ;vns
said there was at len-'t one true man in
tbe land one who through n, hen scries
of years, not e.-inlrolled bv mevepn.irv mo
tives could 'land by the friend nf his ear?
li'-r years, l'.ut . tdas for liuumu frailtv !
The fell spirit of di-.ippoin'ment foiled
nmbilion reared its ulv front, and "a
eh.inge eafne o'er the spirit of his dream "
And now, the man who "snout twenty of
the liest years of his lir.." jn u nc.blo war
fare for Democratic principles, and in de
votion to the caii'e of James Hiiehunan.
is exerting himself to the utmost 'to trail
the Democratic banner in tho dust and
bring the gray hairs of the venerable Ex
ecutive of tho loiMon mien worshipped
by him as a (lod to'tho grave in dweraoo.
Now, no epithet 'is too bad, no fiction too
fell, with whiih to s'innnti.e the Presi
dent. Every motive is misconstrued. ev
ory notion is misrepresented (jiat (,,nn,,.
ates from lie "Wlol.i Mn' A.,,1
i cations, intended to iu!ur. ih.- f..h. r.,ma
; 0f James Huchanan. The members of his
cabinet, some of whom Forney used to
fawn upon and almost idolize, come in for
.1 share of abuse second only to that
heaped upon that of his old benefactor.
FJecled bv the PJ ick Republicans (0
the C'erkship of the Cidtod States IIrme
of Representatives, by the inot abject and
corrupt of bargains, to tho disadvantnue
of his former political friends, .10 lends
the columns of his journal, in carrying
out his infamous contract, .to advance" the
cause of Lincoln and secession and disun- '
He does net openly proclaim h;mself i
Republican. No, that would block his
2.11110. The few d ill-pated dupes who
now fodotv in Ids wake would see the
whirlpool to which he is leading tbem.
he still professes Democracy, advocates
(he claims of the Litt - Oiant, and opposes
tho union of the Democracy for the sake
of the union. In this way ho can render
hi; now-marlo I'.laek Republican friends
more effectual aid than bv raising tho
names of Lincoln nnd Hamlin. Ifsuch a
calamity was to fall lipon our loved land
as the election of tho Republian ticket,
Forney would havo his reward. Wo
know that he does net love Do:i"bis. and
that Douglas does rot trust Forney.
Four years nco at Washington, Forney
said, "Douglas was tho prince-of dema
oorues, an I was not fit to tie to." And
all vli. knew For.iey then, and worn in
his eniifidorice, nre aware how much lie
despised the little man who is now trav
elliinr the country, begging the American
people lo voto for him for President.
The only earthly reason that he nrw has
for usiii! tho'n.ime of Douglas as he does
1. '.I i I, .1 . t .
is in irii iK- it. tiio nest way to am in (ten-
n-oviim the great party that brought, him
1 i.:... ,i 1. 1
IV.? . au, an., mn.to
Disappointment in Lis n.nbuious views
is the solo eanse of Fomev's dr-feetion
II ad Mr. liuchanan given him the control
of tho fu'eii .newspaper, or mado him
Postmaster 0neral, ths President would I
still havo b"en a "good and gveatj
old man." and Douglas "tho prince cf.
demagogues:, insi:ci-re, and nd fi' to tie
'o." li'it. fortunately for the Democratic 1
party and the country, this bold, bad,'
unprincipled lil'in, h is been thwarted in
his schemes of self t'ggr indiement, and.
caused thereby t exhibit to tho world
his fiilhliO sness, mid moral deformi'y.
the Pluck Republicans havo bought him
let the::i make th" best they can of,
their bargain. The Deir.ooratio party i-
well l td 01 h!Dl.--.l'-(i,T.
to somn exiensivo concern it: tlio coun-
i terfeiting business, t hat seems likely to
lender its usq as coin considerably les.
(iold coins are split open, and half or two
thirds of their contents taken out, and
the vacancy filled with a composition of
platina and zinc, of precisely tho s-.nie
: weight as gold itself, filatina weighing
about as much nioro than gold asz.inc le-s,
i the outside are accurately closed, and
,, , . ,i
l us we iiuve 11 co 11, co il on '.lie outsiu
,, . . . ... .. . . . ,. ,
that weighs as much as ore that is of solid
rueiii , uuu vi is ll') line
. , ', , - ., .
has lot-t half of its value
rneial, and yet is no laiger in bulk, but
BX.A lady being on a visit to her
daughter who was a young widow, nskd
her why ttho woro tho widow's garb so
, 'Dear mamma, don't you Reo,' replied
tho daughter, 'it saves nio tho expense, of
advertising lor ft husband, as. every one
Christiaaity vi Bwbarisn
Some thirty oi'd joins ngo. uli'.u the
Turks in their infuiijtis.1 bigotry 1111,:1
cred (ho ('liiistiuns of fJiwcf iu'd Mis-o.
longiii, nil the Christian .ild wus 1410US
ed at tho outrugi. The voice t,f our
country w-as heard also riuiug in tunes of
indignant doiHinc'ution of thoso uiurder
011s deeds, The spoeeh of Henry (.'by in
the House ot Kepresentatii j upon this
subject was 011a of tho uiost imloily ol
forts of that gif'lod man. Tho indigna
tion ff (lie Christian world oounielled tho
tho bloody Turks to nuspenJ their iitrooi-
lies, and the Uinstiuns in Nyna havo en-
joy.-., a p.uuai ie.,1 iioin iiersecutioii ana
dentil. Hut us tho power of thu Sul'.an
waning, the restrained bigotry ar.d bi u
tiitityot the heathen iiordos snout g,un to
have burstod forth with aJ'l"d bitty and
horrors, The mountains uf Libnu m and
liio plains ol'Syriu, aro again dytnl with t!ie
blood of unarmed men aud helpless women
and children. And those atrocities are
.pistly chaireable to the policy ol En?!ai.d
She ulono has upheld this biutal despot
ism lor yeas past, .solely for her own pol
The I'.ritidi Coverrirr.cnt first began its
Turkish protection in icni-Cng ihf l'a .-ha
. -f l.jy pt, and t hen boinbiii Ocd Aem to
prei-.-rve-it to Ttuki-h duuiiuniioii, ar.d il
i.vul.e.l it-' ll' vit'i Fmacrin tho Cri
mea:) war in order to j r -!sCt Turk IV' ui
Ros in. Tl'f instrue'ed ? oliey ,.t Sii- il' -.i-ry
P.ui'Avr, tln Jbitisii min.sU-i' iu (.'..ii
stantinople, iiai ever b i-u to uphold
Tuikey and Turki-h j .vcr, in n iLr to
save ii'-r fV.un Rjsda n i,i'a-p.
Put the policy now nm-it bo charged.
It 'S far better tor Ciiri.teudom and better
for t ho woi 11 t ha. Ru.-sia pos;,'-;.iv, Tur
key, th. 11 l.'iat i'urkey thus Co, till. ic
herself, not only barbaii j, but the p,ev ot
sivaes, ii( li us tlio D:i--.'- and r.. ',.;
nr.', liar e.l in linr own bar'.,. u ism. Tur
key no v 'C. ;..'--is ,'oiihi ol tho fiiie' (lis
iritis in the world; naturally tho iur..-:t
pi oii tic, nnd g'-o-iraj hie illy the u-ist situa
ted lot tra ! - ;t!i J coiuiiicice, a:: J for tin
general progress of eiviii.'.ati. 01- -Lilt Tur
key s ) governs these di .ti iets that instead
of advancing as the world advui.eos, thev
leirogla'b- all the while, i.u 1 every yea:
are plunge l deeper an,! deeper in barbar
ism. Her po'vor to govern through, her Pas
has is about gone, and bur hold upon such
districts as Lebanon, or Lhifiiascu-, or Ju-
dea, is so h-blo th it 1
triumphs oil her over
id- A nb
1 arm.' or
Turkish fears. Th"
world, of course can
'I'm key inn s', oil her
goveinci by (,ti,.;s.
not .submit to this,
govern herself or be
It ti:e.-uitan has ceised to e.ist .".a Sultan,
it is time h" was replaced by the Czar of
all the Russius. or by the combined forces
of Russia, Fro nee and lluglaud.
S 1 e 0 j) .
There is no fact more clearly establish
ed in the physiology of imui than Ibis,
that the brain expends its energies and it
sell' dm i::g tlio hours of wakefulness, uud
that these are recuperated during sleep;
if the recuperation does not equal tho ex
penditure, the brain withers this is in
sanity. Thus it is that in early English
history, persons who were condemned to
death by being pievcnlod from sleeping
always died raving maniacs ; thus it is, al
so, that those who starve to death becouio
insane ; the brain is not Mr i-hcd, and
they cannot sleep. Tho practical infer
ences aro these-: First .- Those who
think most, who do the most brain work,
require most brain sleep. Second: That
time saved from necssary ileep is infalli
bly destructive to mind, body, and estate.
Third: (iivc yourself, your children,
your servanis, give all that aro uvrler ou,
tho fullest amount of
.-iee( .hey wil
by compelling them to go to b d early tit
11 regular hour, and to ri-e 111 the. nioiu
ing the moment they awake ; and v. ithiu
11 fortnight, nature, with aliuo-l the reg
ularity of the rising sun, will unloo-e tho
bonds of sleep the moment enough repose
has bion seemed for the wauls ot ' he sys
tem This is the only safe ur.d siiiheieiit
rule and us to the question how naieh
any one requires, each must bo a rule lor
himself great Nature will never fail to
writo it out to tho observer under tho reg
ulations just given. Dr. Spieer.
Railroad Freights Charged by the
Loco' Ac . 71'.' "'' 100 V,&
Piit.burg "00 fid
Columbus, 5rVI 10,
(.'ineiuatti, 7 0 120
St. Louis. I'ol loo
I'.V this little t il-I" made up
published freight ehnrges of t!
vidiii Railroail local freight-
December. And tho through on tl 0 D t 1 1
of August last, Peinisy lvauli uieie'ni ut ,
may see that while the St. L'.ois uteicb "id
P'lys un aveiage freight of aboui tno cents
per ton per mile on his merchandize, they
pay from four to live cents j.'- r mile for
theirs. And yet this eonipi'i.y v lit ask of
Peiit'sylvani.'nis, through I1-- r ! C'pr(-ciita-tives
tube elected this. fall, to forgivo it a
dent of ?ii0i),l00 it owes to tlio State, and
to free it from taxation in the future
fl-A lady at, her marriage requested
tho clergyman to unimnnce to be sung, by
tho choir tho hymn commencing
"This is tlio way 1 long have sought,
And inourntd because I tound it not,'
BP!i,Tho longer the saiv of contention n
drawn the hotter il grown.
- V .. 1 . 1:... I 1 . 1.!.. 1!. I r.f
Hi 'A, n i-.isie'iil e-'iuoi iii-iiis no ii-i-
f.irths, Marriages and Deaths -M.il'hed
Matched find bifpntchod.
TERMS-SI 25 per Aunnm, if paid in dvanco.
Colli" into I heoltico wl,en.""i' voil ph no
nnd stay as long a yo'i wish hut
'A e;, your hands otr' of evi:i y t hiiig ex
cept t'10 "tlevil" an I Hji :hting editor ; -s
p.-.'ial!y reinoiid.ei' to lol lh.) 'copy" a
lon't rortd "copy" on the compositors
ca-e-, nor yet the proof sh.'ets. " There's
a time for everything," and (ho time for
reading whutevcr ir.uy bo in u n"wspapi:r,
is alter the newspaper ii printed.
If yo'.i happen to he a good jvliistler,
just htato too laoL ta the coinpositi.rs
they will tiko your word for it without.
, t-.ition s. f von are ivhUili.., I
is'il.ev .l.- ...i,;.,ti.. i,..i ! ...'. .1..
.... 1 ...i, ,.11, ,.1 M ii..(n, ii.. . .. , .1.1 L II I
i'. they wont except it of you.
I )) not get into tiio iuk especially il you
havo new clothes as new cloth takes ink
amazing well (and ink costs '2 cents per
pound j which inakfs bad for the ink.
If you keep in t!o way and a printer
si..).; i.r. V 1 ' 1 1' fni'Oril.. ......i .n.,1 .....l. !....
youl. ,,,, j,,,,," ou Iuay kn0vv bo's only
Tiieu" rules may be violated with impu
nity un ! entirely disregard",! by tho hi
,. q.ccially tlio rules relating to whis.
tiirig and ink.
In conclusion il the ''coat'
pen to til any person.-', too
ie; iio-ir iingrv passions
ry over their better s.
cool inn culm as Mimnici' etonin;
tie showers." f.,r eiety 1.
ii i.ds to shorten one's li,'-,
. or tin- sou- total of oii'.-'s
i"illg I'M good.
Of 1'oiiM'o v, v d ei't io!o
tautly ,' to any t hiu" ih:l lu
but i.ici Ay i' : - h to , . un
eh! li. II."
si 01 temper
:r;..klne it bad
do, ihoV di
er tho poor
Id, with all his wTidili, n.iistbo
ii the .'nine ,-ky that hangs ov
tnan. lie cannot order a-iri-
vato .sunset, that ho niav
cii.ov it w.lti a
select circle) of Ir'iend
.r cau ho add
olio songio ray to the cl'.'ar iri;'iit to oil it r,t
the Vpe-eii of lrght, a-1 sin- sails magniAo'
ently ihiougb lb" li'-.iv I'i.o lOr'iitW.
banker lanuot have on re tbiiu his slnf-b
of the (mi e I're.-b air to 1. re it in-, j.nl tin..
1-ourest of all men ! ;:ve tho sni'p:. Wealth
may buy 11 brilliant bracelet, dazzling with
dia:n i:di and rubies, lot wealth cannot,
buy a graceful and well t imed at 111 011
whii li to lipl.iv in splendor, (iod only
can give that, and to many ul'the poor ho
ha-; giv-.n if, 'I wish I bad the health of
that rosy-checked peasant girl,' sighs
tb ai'ist..c,-Lio invalid, proppad up with
rilluws in hei costly carriage. 'Ah, me'
says the girl 'if I eor.ld only ride in uch
style as that.' Wealth cannot purchase
lieilth, noi'can it give a contented mind.
All that ii most valuable can bo had for
nothing. They come as presents from tho
hand of a kind and indulgent Father' and
neither tho air, nor sky, nor beauty,
health, strong; h, tnd g-r.i as eti be bought
and sold, K"ador, whatever may be youf
condition in li.'o, re member th's3 things,
and bo content.
Da Cox'IL.vr. l iio man who is obliged
to earn the necessaries of life, and sup
port his family, knows not tie uuhappi-1K-S5
he prays for when he do1 res weelth
and idleness. To be constantly busy is lo
bo always happy. Persons who have sud
denly acquired wealth, brokou up their
uetive pursuits, and begun to livo ut their
:'ase, v ,ite away and tt'p in u very short
liu',0. 'J'housands .w-iu'.l have been bless
ings to world, and .id Jed to Die c nn
r.'.on stock of happiness, if they hail been
cuntent to iL'iMain in un humble sphere,
and earned every mouthful of food that
nourished tLc.ir bodies. lVrson who are
always Lu-y, aud go 'cheerfully to their
diily biiks, u;v tholeia disturbed by the
ll ictuitl.ns of b'.isi.iii.i's, and at night sleep
with perftct compos. :ro.
t-rJohu Adams, teing called upon for
a cuntriLution for foreign mission ie
"1 have nothing to give it r that cause.
but thet'iiaro 111 this vioiusty, si niiuis,
ters ; ii jt one will preach 111 tho other'
piopit ; now 1 will give- as niueh and morn
than any one elso to civili.o theiio clergy
uieli." ji"-"Toinuiy, my son, run to tho btore
and get me some sugar."
''Mxi'u.-e inc, ma; I am somewhat in
disposed this morning. Send father, and
tell him to bring mo a plug of good tobao
' Is.A port says :
"t.h, she w.n fair,
! I'-ut sorrow catiui and left his trac"
1 What be .-.une of the rest of thu; hurncs-;
' he don't state.
ing of young
Rowing resolution ut a meel
l iuies wiij adopted soliio days
".',-.; ii-c , That if we doiiot get married
thi- vear, somebody wd) be lo biaine."
S-f""" I He! 0 is II'.) p e on
tiie gi avo.'' s.id a di- tlng'.i!
man, when preaching at tho
'W.'l', ol I chap," .-aid 1 ;
"v on can e. in.- oi r on this
ibis side) of
grave of a
bis quio. eiiotigh lo re.
-The rose has i's tl
mond its spooks, an 1 the
"Tln. w.iii ivlm died to draw his
breadth with n corkscrew, is now endeav
O'ing to pull tlio idiiigi from tho moutli
of Iho Ohio river.
j? iyTo speak h".r.-hlv to a person of sen
sibility is like striking a haip.-c'noi'd with
' tliVln the woo!