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iar P= u. - Chi;
aid• -• -
4ageitman, Jr. •
• Voted in the Se
"-ter to Instruc
imess to vote '
odious and i
Plow is your t me tbr.rtelts.
The Miners' Jour al will, bs furnished
until the election, at the low -i:ste of
For each subscribe r'2 cupics week
ly fur $&
• Now is yo tim il t i fi n f v ys.
Another ro ' gion. - •
ThetsubsOlier is now, 'r ad ' , to receive
$4lO-aphaiii6ers Ito he ,tveeliy Mine&
iiiticnal Until the . el doll, in this, and the
adiailing - counties, n the-follnwing condi
tions: , 1
If Joseph Ritner is re-elected, we will
charge each subscri er 23 'ceats.
If David R. Porter is elected, they shall
lave the paper tor tinthing. .
O If the Po men are so sure of
electing their eat date, they now have a
chance of getting the Journal for noihing
until the election. ! R. ' Rik N NAN.
Immitimbro t h lonia&
, fleeing on several occazoin24l been 'chary.
ed with publishing slatiders against David
R. `Pother.. we note publicly give notice
that we - ere readyo proceettto Hoorn
don in company_wit i arty respe c table Cum
tatters of Porter Oren of thin County, for
the purpose of est:rtainiog! whether the
charges published • this paper are true or
false. If they arc Inottrue, we piedge our
selves to come out (openly end adviacete the
election of David kt. Purier' s proacitled the
Committee will, if the charges are true
!Publish, the same under their signatures to
the people of the County. Until this pro.
Tositton is accept il, we hope to hear no
mine chsrges of awing •vlandered David
It. Porter, triode against the subsbriber.
Bond's Celebrated S'i;:rech.—VV e have
purchased a number of Comm of this cele
brated speech on the question to 'divorce
Ne!epaper patronage . from our giivern.
unt, which we give our readers in this
condi, to - day, in the shape of an Extra.,
It exposes in a masterly manner, the cot.
ruptions of the general goverrimen.: their
hypbcritical protnises of retrenchments,
and' their unmearing assorinces of reform.
Such a startling disclosure has neVer been
made in the annals of any country! Can
any one read it, and award his support to
Martin Van Bur,to David R. Porter, or
to any one who i th er directly or indirectly
wilt uphold the o ions dnetrine of his ad.
ministration? i ,
M." The speed, is also for sale at this
office—price .3 vents. per copy. i -
Firs in the fisuateins.—On Wednes
-04.1 morning .a re in the woods originated
a little north of . r Borough, occasioned
by bunting a b ush . • ap, the sparks from
which commuercated t an adjoining
wood, and spread withamaz' - ! celerity.
-Tbe_co_ntinued dry weather has .t de the
underbush an easy pre} , to the •.., es
which have extended throughout the a -
&rent tracts between here and Fort( Car
. bon. Many of the fine timber hinds have
been entirely destroyed, and it was with
'difficulty_ that ohms of the minipg opera.
lions and houses in its path w re saved
from its ravages. Fortunately e weath
er was exceedingly calm, and w trust that
Mill Creek wOl terminate no effects
Casualties oft kind, are bccemin 'in°
frequent, and s ho uld serve as a pout on to
those who are compelled to horn away
rubish ;ft our seCtion. The loss lof timbet
forpro, - will . be severely felt.-1 '
We have received.tbrough
4 Mr. A: Weldi ;the pub.
Inumber of a mo thly pen.
the . "Arnerican hrenolog.
Miscellany. Two papers
zamination, a d vintliCa
nee, b Thow Sewall of
I nd Charles C !dwelt of
th a sbort,eua by Gee.
part or the content* of
d from in attentive, read.
1, er we feel eee.treir l 4 in
of praise of the work. , .. We
ng read the•entie noniber,
ength on a soli et whi#h is
ing mord inter ting.
mark. tht it w 11 be pub.
:bets it 2' per mew, Air
7 . , for 3 leo lea, nd $lO Tur
-r me'r a dth Ineierisio
, "ea r pr i 80, nd tlisatei!
_eight ine i iiinber
liberej l ticribe pries,
the p LI ',Tr as llio4ad.
human family Ai:art in
Usher, the Orst
teal lemma) a
Lion of the sci
New York. w
this number. a
' -of the f
speak in terms
Ask AA* ha
speak more at
7 copies, to cl
jitaup. it will
• • • .. 11421?./ Lams.
si rice*. -
the up nil
the Magi of th
energy,J the •••
- ttiteWi :oil
'mount in isti
on th •
press in our"
etters was I
o iheit coin=
Isciee fair! • Borough of
idanrin .6 0 paw -
I ate laj
Now it to w
nearly Iwo to,
any yrour fel
tieulari credit )
Cleo ve toutent.
-- •- ,--, -i-' - A -1-,-1: - ..4. , N.,.::!-• ,
proacnitioti Wier .."'"
bout and df - '`" Iliad
of L,/co fodoisni !mud
to look aroundas
*martial. W h en we
ed to espouse with
use of gainer ani it Obi
Iwere aware that' we ( ere
ire* beyiWidibe pilertillffil=
mien in the trifling n
it could affLet as we teu.
•re not deceived: banns.
establishment •of a Po ter
icinity, the advertitin or
en from us and .trinisfe ied,
' by an administration Net.
gh the Post office regnla.
declare, that they sbal
that paper having the est
&don in the neighbothipud.
ll known, that we circulate
one in this vicinity, beyond
ow competitors in the Otto
, do floe - claim this as a par
for our paper lute beention
.. This is an instance of
441 emanating from the,
support the adosini-tratinn,
odor ibis influence. Since
Dent of Porte.r press tome
have gradually withdrawn
'Moos to our Journal, while
that the Porter preiS iv
easo supported by Whig
We do not mention these
0,." --heaven . be poised
1 - s littleness—i-bul merely
mangy with his own weapons,
that the immaculate party
the advocates .of petiveco•
the eStahlt-h '
of that p irty
it is Well knt
in a ;great
ill; as a
we abov -I
and in show
are Oenreelv i
lion and r
those who a,
of the mama
tomit to the
of money, I I
et us tI
in the con
of their oul
ring Alan's Friend:— The
o and, Porter presses, have
to prove that they ere the
of the -labouring man; that
e politically opposed to ; l their
corruption, are . the 'enemies
Ives, and that atatalabkndon
r viewts is the only tkilig us
:cure plenty of *cork, b feuty
d good times. rr
en ask the labouring Man if
e of his rixperience, he ever
r compensation, greater in•
or greater wages given by the
trrogate.to t heinsel yes the title
friendbl Did they e'er_ in
rcoay ordeoresslon asp fur-
Jan), feeling. or fdr party - sake,
o'j. The editor of this paper
ctical printery has in forme!
the war cr
imployed by men of both par
tJacksion or aoti•Jacksort were
es—he never received lavor or
from either party, further than
t—such is alwa), the case. •
men, your only friend is your
—vote only fir men who have
e rests of the community at heart
the true in l
ly who will look to local Inter-
I ssed by party feelings-;-vote on
: who will legislate wisely for
nd not for men—do uot be de
iuk before you act—and be di
lyour own sense of what is right'.
rae will tend to the interests of
—and as they ate benefited so
ilso feel its effects. If you are
that your present plan is good,
k to make it better—there is
• 111 er 111 alone'
coi ved —441
such a cu
do fWt re
a homely tukage, -•tet well enougt ..,;
it speaks volumes of warning and wise in
struct ion i Heaven avert any more ex/m*-
6m .our land—they have been our
OUT corn e ri r m ce eo u t kas chec l k y ed th e e ve course effo o rt f
of our m rcantile community; experiment
has redu ed the National Treasury nearly
sixty mul i nns of dollars; experiment has
caused d trust and lack of business confi
dence a onmst us; experiment hair deluged
us with hin plasters and treasury , bond-;
xperimut has made bankrupts of our
me ails and our national treasury; ex
nerirne has given us Martin Van-Buren
for a Presi i; and experiment would give
ma David R. weer flit. a Governor 1- , .--
• us from I!"
.r 'I ownshii%reetinp.
ppotseots Nurt Wahl a
this afternoim. at th Howe of
eruniwick Toyeas s at
• cling of the opponents o Porte
be held at the house o Jacob
11, in Friedenghure, on l l,etstohly
nth inst. et o'clock. V. M.
he low water in the Schuylkill
put a atop to all further &tip-
Coal from this region until are
II of rein roli.tiook to render the
canal n The loaded boitee'reall
grtmod t varitokt points along the line be
tween tl is place and Reading. Great ex
ertions re waking by the Lacers of the
Compel y to tli,bolee the boat*. htu Po far
their e mitosis have failed. "This is the
brat senlikto the navigation of the canal has
been eeriously ob.tructed by low water
since i• completion.
Loo Out fOr Cold Weather I— e
had aharp fore on Monday morni c
and thr mehout the day u wasierceid that
ever ! t warmth of politics could notiteep
us from shivering: 1 * .
Is the poor man berwfitied. by h rd
times? If not, why Should tie au rt
parier,,,who is pledged tiriotrill all •..
Bunn& measure., whicithate bopes.. _ . ..,
inestal4a produeius Ilis half tiara
- Olapler R
drin:l44* „ 6 , .
rol!‘"fg.. e a rail!!
4#‘7.31:" Pei klPlthil
be 'mates to ;the State by at least 10,000
voter, ind - the"ireat mare have very toro
&id) , egoeluded.not torment say wooer
these hard times harktteeding aweless we ,
.•r . „-
vre i vir e Mtn moot ty
sit Ritteekeeer -Porter it eaneek-ant aN
opposed-to his eketiolftsGeverner. TAY
ety they know the iegi
. t t end eineelovieto
they caneot . inipport - htm. , • • -•
The Levi, - fioco majority itr the Legis
lature of Missouri is 241 on joint
Last year the Whigs had only 0 mem
bers in the Legislature, out of 130. Pre:•
ty fair gain.
Nora Carotins.—The majority of
Governor Dudley whig.'in this state is 17.
669. . Before the efectiort the Locos as
serted as positively thafthey would carry
their catulidste as they now na.ert that they
can carry Porter in Penn,ylvania.
Why dont the Porteryapertiet the
ple know that the Whigs have carried unit
G o vernor, a nevreity of the ll.egi , la.ure,
as.it two out of three mendiers isf C.:044)m,
in (he State of litiostrust
Autographs!—lt has become rpitte
rash t hie to collect thei
sgriatures ad dui
tingutstied individuals, celebrated for then
vireo!, their Vices, thimentititary, talents
or their. politicallepius.. We approvis of
this; brings ua in actual collision with
the earth's potentates, and makes the migh
ty dead, as 'it were tangible taus.; The
autograph of George Washington reads
a silent morel o 1 high pure thriUghts--that
of Napoleon, invokes the mighty spirits to
chivalry and thwarted ambitiiiii-.and -the
name of Franklin operates like bill own
lightning-directing conductors, to tesociate
ma with the profthidity of science, and the
immortality of Genius and of Mild. The
scrawls of iLdiespierre—or the dashing
style of Benedict' Arnold, impresses on as
the infamy of their lives', and the contempt
which envelope theirdeioh. What then
must be the feeling, what the associations
called up by an autograph of David R.
Porter, signed to en noirtrument ofanfaciy,
to that receipt which stamps his character
as a Dishonest Bankrupt arid a Perjured
nun Let silence and contempt tell the
world the moral this readi to ail- Look
at the following, and blush for the degrada-
tion of our natures. It is the receipt giv
en by D. R. Porter fair the return of part
of the property hid frost kis creditors um
tii is took the Benefit of the Insolvent
Absence (1 Mead.—A merchant emp. ,
tying some liquor from one cask to inn.
Thar, clapped the funnel in his innuthomd
did not discover, abs mislabe, till he was
running Jest'. , •
Golden prospects for 4olderit"..--
Gold eagles ate, to be re aimed. 'None
have been leetliii 'nice. 1 tif Iwe think '
previous to wltiett 'ilteede ve standard
of our gold tit ' - renal; them an ob.'
jest - 0 09 1 ,14 1 4 • 7,el ' Otrinsiatily
.sorbs wt. Vivi • heir. nominal qty
. 1 1 1 40111101, - 4 isiiewl atityllollllll.6oH
‘\‘ - ok
alhe 49Q4' .
4 1 0 k0. 1 flie:* 4 - 14 1 - 0 1 ib.*
twot agoseientiaisidir 'lloga
that We liialatt *as
-4 >» = l6,
- rs6llid -hetlellie.:l
_4 W f . -b ass- Ineaia.. . r iPt ranted
i ulrolit - bil •elCdtitissither:Y, :Oolitic& sad
!hor onviatiolgAßr 1 111 7 .ivrithliet4, their
. 0 Ili, imprinterlitCh *circulating
toprivate arming the voters in otat State,
where 'the debased loco - gees think our ' 1
yeomanry can be duped- by their misrep
resentations. Its eviderit intention is, to
r appeal to the Masons thrciughout the slate;
fur l Sidi suppOrt, in favoi;pf David R. Por
to, and to excite preju e against Gov.
Ritner, for his bold and manly course* os
the occasion of the burning of Pennsylro
nia Hall, in endeavoring to suponit,tbe
'dignity and majesty of Orli*, iu oppoid
siim to mob violence and i incendiary mis
rule. This be is t9do by his oath
of - utßeci, and.Josrph Rib cisimot lay the
'cherge or murex en hie *hull with him
' the sanctity of such se Obligation• is not a
mere furinilicy to he broken with impuni
ty, and abandoned for private interest! Hi
will do his duty, as he has ever done,
without fear, withiiut partiality, withuut
subservience to party!
Such a tissue of dire4t falsehoods, so
phistical, inuendos, and hypocriticat cant,
aii is contained in, this piimphlet, has, nev
er before fallen muter ilier nonce! How
often has the issue beendistinctly explain
ed that the masons hays no political bear:
ing on our elections. , If Proof were need
ed, look around; do we I not see them ar
rayed on different sides, supporting differ
ent candidate., and advocating different
interested Can we pretend to say that
any association which lhas for its object
the promulgation of "peace and good will
to men," can so fir forget its character al
to support a man - or a measure, "right or
vvrine . Can morality. good sense, or
common prudence, agree to sacrifice our
greatest privileges ail freemen, or the char
tet for which our coun ry was molution.
tied through misery an blood' Would any
American give up to ny association the
right of his free, independent, uncontrolled
vote at the ballot box? Never! never!
The Editor nfthis ionrnal isa mason; he
feels his clue 'bare of pride in being a ,mem
her of that body, barhe wishes it to be
distinctly underston I, that should any ma.
son.attempt to influence his vote for ma
sonic purposes, he wodld feel it his duty,
his imperative duty, ta use every exertion
to have him expelled cram the order is an
' Our limits will ret.permit us to enter
more into detail; but ',for the purpose of
showing the character of this. pamphlet;
its insidious atteck -upon the-treat . princi
ples of society, and the vi)e nature fOr its
debased views, we mike the following ex
The question with the Matrons will be, wheth.
er they win again risk t heir character and liber
ties in support of such dynasty. It is not a
question now with them. wt ether they will vote
for, or agaiesean Anti Mason. but whether they
will support a mongrel admintstratinn, composed
of such perMcioupelemenia, en &Street ive to the
.principles of republican*, *ruts° degrading to
Masons—to enable thevient and Fenn to pass
Bills of Pains and Penalties against Freemasons
—to fix arm them the brand of shame to make
the child blush that its *parent was i Meson, and I
to *duel the parent in the scale of society below
the level of the degraded Inegro—incapacitated to
bold any office, denied the privilege of serving'ei
juror—his oath nu tensor ; oreseinita to be ref-U
-sed in evidence, and firially to he tried, not by
his Peer*, but his character and life to be placed
tithe tender mercies of 1 * prejudiced jury, emu
posted of Anti•Masonesean any hearten man.
whether Mason or not' vote for the fulfilment
of such unholy pnrposes i He can not. He dare
nut, lay his hand on his breast, and with an ap
pealing eye to heaven. say I um a repoldieana
Pennsylvanian—a friend to . the equal laws. and
,rights of the people—l , say he dare not do this.
and vote for an Administration that has proved
itself recraeot to every peinciplcavnwed. Did he
vote to continue in pow+e the Ruiner dynasty, he
would he a fitter tobjt for the government of
New England under t e Rine and Witcherati
Laws, which ever will disgrace the histnry (* . the
iitimaculete Pilgrima-Stitter, indeed, to be the
subject of such annerstitinn, bigotry, and intoler
ance; than to be the citizen of good old . PeonEYI- .
rani*, whose motto isVIITCII, LIOUTT aXi lie
Again—let me ask how came this temple of
ahointrttitioa,••Pet.na.trania Hal." to be erected
in the capital city of the State?' Why, but that
Garrison and his coallijubara who could find no
*biding place elsewhere, had foil •arwurantie of
the protection of the I State Executive.—Hence
the Gotenoes uncallid for Pritclaniativa, offir•
ing a re'msrd or SSW for every one- concerned in
the burning Of tine %envie . of Moloch—an ma on
i the pert of the Governor wholly gratuitous, an
act as impudent as it wee unwise. linpudent,
becalm it was not - only a tacit, but a direct Minh
on the constituted anthoaities of the city—way
Meyers Recorder, ldeten end Cu pegs in
r ) ,‘
whore jorowbetien th tint nowt was rierlyei taint—
nowise as I said, na foolish in the extreme, be;
all the oney i the Treasury would prove
inadequate to testa to the extent offered for eys .
ery one aineenting to the d es truction of the Hall..
It iii computed that at least one hundred dines
nod men and hoyden in the city and subprbe
a' d °ribs abattent of the nuisance. Now
if t ' can beAshiwn a d I err it cans...where
would' foolish - • nor find the 'limey tom I
fnr `principis and a . rtes In the burning ofl
Pennsylvania al i h ere imuld he find jails
l i e
to bold all who e ' reed in the =inert
courts and judges ry them?: And whatavothd.
• C y , aitory Si defraying the
'while* &elate tria I nd ennwiiiiirml ' iifiv.
Arabi, dranniag.. index ' Fatty. rovrot
47. • • , .
Time. reads are indoors of the ep
bites. ootoweit : our qaroor Aosug
-bill 'duty.' We . vik (horn . with*:
.. . .
Arl?..0 1 1 11 400.1 • , t 0 6tilti00 1 r 1 Y-ir!
uwilo Arvaiijoitibiy at t ike 104,frpip. th eir
toorsioess owsratiftsiA shwa
4 .74 V.,.., 4,c 1 , .--341 ' ' • 4 -!.. 1 • •t. I , • ~ ,- • .
tifre.l4, , c,i4f.Z.Wkikii.r:oW . -ir Als
,AG:lttige- - Piiribitlidiftr.. li. : gat . iiiiifitiii , at ngpirrased
'' ' - ' -' article, F-' ' '' ess
h iallhiffelO, 0)v ous -,,
... w 01,00 41 , feel gr
a- paper liattliit *Wu leernailtea the anti- cosponsor
- - ts:atti tip= et:sirup -I t We hiv often _heard of the
-,..: v'vf.., •H isteneeofaucthAt . ily, leguever be'
• knew wbeaaere its prominent mem ..,
We observe in the last Reading De
claim Prima, an "address to the Anti. •
sons of- 'Pennsylvania;' signed -by a
say that i they have heretofore - )itip:lita
Joseph Ritner upon tbe"distinctive p
ciplea o aeOrina!!ther")';'!:b9t ,acie !'ilia
th e i r - ad I .stria e'.-' in ..etllleeligie.ia , . ef I
'"total4tidutiment ottlem, and the a . I
t ion of I etip of , lll, , Oppciitte chafifter,
his elec t iitf.' '''• .
In the-commricement of -this- sire,
eddree. WiffindWaktviing-taileciiiii.', •
language.. , -' - • - •••
• ~ 4.•...' : :
”The uederikeed having beetis4 , : ,
fiedaritbiliesetimuntonic petty Oak ,
its origlirencl introduction into Peri,. • I
nte. are -Telly;statisfiettcfrem otisery 1
and experience, derived 'during
' of nine years,,that under the present a
of pot* throughout the Hann, fa
political- opposition to ,iiissoniy wit,
utinecetisery, inexpedieatvand under e ,
l eg eireonuttancess more njoriou4
',.beise6eitil to our free institutions," &
t Attaehed to the addrievit, which we
I was written by J. &fawn, of Reno
a dis a ppeinted applicant for office !
Gov. Ritner, we find the names of
1 George Siittioger,
plro SeitslOger. .
Peter IU Sritsinger, '
. , ' WillimiLaltsinger,
Pinter Siiisiager. • ,
They hive signed this ad.lresi as
mason*, and as former suppurteis of
Rimer. • Now we speak frost know/
tool boldly declare, that of these g
men, ' nut , one voted for Joseph '
three years ago, but were Motile
men, and one of then 'at least we k
to i meson. Here we have an ap
the Masons to oppose Joseph Ritne
cause he lean enti.mason—and as, a
signed by stern anti masons of.T
kW County, calling upon the Anti...
to oppoee Joseph Rimer,' because
'abandoned the pi inciplei of the An
sonic party, and gone-over ti the M
Certainly Joseph Ritner cannot be v
tra in the support or the principle
their Masonry or Anti•Musonry, w
'is deliouticed by the supporters of
There is another part of this
which demands some comment fr.
extraordinary obtuseness or wilful
nese, uf the griper!. After gent in ,
Gov: Ritneeti - messages on the kr
corporattut•mpanies, they, roundly
thatlt he prep.:alma therein comet •
in etmtradistinctioe to his acts.
say that at the ensiling session of th
'stature the. Governor sanctioned t
proved 108 arts or supplements
creation of new corporate bodies,
increasing the privileges of those
ouslY chartered, nearly all of whic
to private purposes; they concei
denying corporate privileges to th ,
mall Coal Bill, was act of injuit a
.inconsisteerg. and strongly charge I
partial to foreign companies.
Let us now lilt the veil of delusi i
thirte whose intellects appear t
clouded. , On his veto of the M 1
Cold Bill, Gov. Ritner declared the
ing sentiments, "that no trek. e.
bodies should be created, exce
certain proof of theiroecessity, a 1
ohjectibeirig heycond the power i'
dual enterprise." The sounci• duct
Met message have never been i
--the professions, cannot be m
New what were his acts in the
-Legislature? the Staff ,rd Comps
the first bill acted ou—the house
it end it Wat.sent to the Gioveren
approval; in Order to express hi
frain the act, and to uphold the pro
ttf the last - year, he withheld Wei
This Was done in:hopes to. put ll i
the practice, and such was his
minrse. The 'Offir man Coal Bill
teeilL full nine tenths of the .inha .
Schuylkill County being oppotied
farther initodurtion, as interferi
individuaLenterprise. On its we
tine, however, the House passed i
that veto by a • constitutivipal t
'majority, and it !waver a lam ors
cencurrenre of G-overnor Ritner;
°Mar coal bilk, itivolving other!
iMere-te, Were passed by the lei
all eif 'Mich Oov Ritner -lased
bre his sal
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r: . f.ireteetili
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itialt=zritre- , 4
n l Fit Par
I abould pa
I lk e tiOn'it.
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peas of our ;awe. ' N wit is well known
.00, previous to- Gov -Ritnees election,
two CoMpap, one c Bred in-N. T ni k ,
and one tu 'lmam, re doing bosun.
in . the Viosl -Region _ our county-4W
some convected With ! heir. interests had
treen.artiong , thepionen in insprovemenu
belong use; . end-=bed ~. rut outlays.
without mailing time , , tfpuyi temunern.
Lion. An iinpritdeutlicippt was madeto
Vichthilltiettlititts;iiili riersuitted in their
incerpormil?Pt by. the le - gills:turf of thia
r Staie,tind upPritved by o x . Weir, They
charters writer, eaten :during the fire
.ypiiii.after v... Ritnei o' election; and al.
*Mush we claim for ou Wes the champi.
'onehi - por individapl entiirpriso against COP
points asseciiiiions, werhave ever been.,
4•••• ever shall be Hsu—sstill We question
(although our feelings/sere in favor of N o
doing so,) whetlor 131 Iv: Rimer ought to
have. vetoed th e bill iof -their extension,
eller they bad twice ' thelegislature,
int ,it is believitd e preloritw of the see;
Jim* interest was in their favor. •
• . •To conclude this rit hject, every one in
"thik(Cntinfv- knowei.orlotsght, tit know, dui
dior:Lßitner has correcuvievre on this taut,
jet t—that hp in !he (Inc nmpromising frie o i
it individual enterprise; and that lire whole
energies here bean inwposeci between the
goect,of the people eel- the eorruptinne of
their -representatisesq ~ These facts an
lenoWer‘mor eon they he d.egiod by any t ee
who ii , llg jaundiced by party it nlignit, •
or' outgrew d by th4balelld influence of
t f, a ; worn i of all ippr ioiti--the leprosy'e(
mind, the taint of Yap Bureniern.
• 'Otr Is it not s aI;M
me the -enus ,
singer shouldairszth r nattiest° an addres
attempting to impose upon, the public gat
they were the frig . .rd' Joseph Rims
three years -agtv, , vivlrmit is n06 , 601'114
every ono in, this siectpui that they o t tpo t a
hint at that time and op ted for Muldenbere
Out is is only -on ipir with the deceptive
, tbled by the Pvirteritarty throughout the
Sisk , . and shows theik weakness in justifir
tile an d fitment mear
0tr... 1, 1 1, Ve 'are eons
sinde t appearanc
nd the scan
to' prone their' siren
ninety to - heronlld
statei who tay the
years ago and now
even in our little
we would !be cunt
dinner until we -e
'number who had o
nail three yeani a
I m the
Otr AP an oiNt
we• learn from ..Re
.rrid Fhgatly be puld
witi; 'three iesini a : ,
i nd •ap
Letting at, lire , '1
licappointed s ' 'pile,
et deavoring to Ina
and are', atwertier
_was exercised' tow
taliinaiheir eoittre •
than those of the. 1
taken some . pains ...
leom that notion
and 'who has -an ol
the faeti, • that th
'Huth in th . e„ allege .;
ter tae have. I•i
those' giatetit the
lower thinihe esti
ed Porter men,
that the above me
tiiiitant at the semi
heaped on the en
I oill this Statement..
Coto any nil Write
then we go-the
nity are-no sooner
he subviqted.. !
Tribute of G . • ude.—Jacub. Myers,
the termer of Cu siherland, to whom Jo.
iiiii'ph Ritnei was lend when a boy, died
lotweeft at t hen;; earelid lige of 83. 0 1
the.receipt (IC i . news the Governor ,ii?.
Medial/4y sterted triattentt his funeral.- -
What Utast be if teelingii . when he , twin
the bait! clay; rot ' on the coffin 486 nig'
tier benrisetort. how : oppiwite to dime
a high roust ter t David R. Porter. when
he, reffeco oti tit' jittery et his4osoihreney.
. . .
Will any . onlit err sayl of hini-ithe was a
goo d b o y. m4:Pik , stillsrown better—sr•
ery thing he did always did well. he
made a good Fa et'—i-ii.- - igood-Xegials?
ter—and a verY '‘'G 'Warier."' -'
I , de:Tire
I , '
A Difeeenee.- r in,- geinionibmis
Van Burnes Witt'` Miff to-enrey nut his
ineasuress.-if, • - tack eiiiry . thel lAA,
MO will 041 , 4 ' iiir carry hila out.
• .• ‘
U. -8 . *A ;;IVO - i c ri.4—Thomas
Young and TiniT if. 'Near. itiii: rheas
appointed Pashi • and itsdisitint'aidder
,i ia,inatitiition ' ,- , ',' ••-•-. 1 -
' nratto4.--Tey tinen Inidt , cold
..tietni er • at. i ditilwarna,, &Olio*, • rine
,11,,,a*stid. , it lasi: - !int , ism:nth: Itot et
the ColdSprin ''.. •' ' ' - `.- 1
,i..„tit-Loolr. out thirleattleir As Gems
Annk4i*dipsd 611.400 :.1:0 kg 0
*I 'ACO4slib ' re - •f . - - :,
...,.... - -k-$ 7 ,.... 17 , ~,
, , -
hoed most fertem
of the Readier
j suer of NINE'
!tat the 80/
Kumla goy. Rit
:are allfedge!' 0.
i . imaihout this gi
supported him thi
disclaim him ! W'
ugh of Pennill
nt to V/ without
uld . eollact, so
posed him tomb
and now will adi
the Groat Nip
that an ad
hed signed by
Berko Covnt y
'now eye 'staunch
nts on this section aro
e a party handle of it,.
that great partiality
tads the•Ritner men,
.tainnin al 'l'higher bid
rater meth We law
o ascertain the 'truth of
learn from a gentlemas
l' now in our Borough,
'iprortunity. of known
.e is not a Nuncio ,
tri that ; 1.4 itr 14 Poi ,
ale contracts i that
; ate* of ilte'llisappoio?.
Y about $lO,OOO, nol
[ 'tinned Porter Men, U.
1 ! ' ! ..onsi:which hate been
On the Spot, denying is
or partiality I Thus
)iginklid shafts of mall.
Heeled from the.h , ior of
I rahoitind 'against - the oils
1 . oublfil. hirer. 'NO
irect principles cannot