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From the Alnrricin Sr-ntinel.
THE NEXT GOVERNOR. .
The peoplo of Pennsylvania will ug called
upon, in October next, to vole for Josinui
tfliTNr.n, or David .H.Tbhixn, aa Governor
lor the next'thrco ycars; Joseph Ritner
camo into public life as a'deinocrat ; .in tho
contest for the presidency at the close of Mr.
Monroe's administration, he was first a 7.cal
Jous supporter of General Jac'kson, after
wards rested awhilo on the fence with a foot
on each sjdc, and 'finally, it is supposed,
voted for Mr. Adams. Almost as sfoon as
the infectiono'f political aniimasonry had
crossed over New York, ho became a vio
lent advocate of that'" fanatical patty, atten
ded several county, state and national con
ventions for the purpose 'of promulgating
their sentiments, denouncing the members
of the masonic institution, and organizing a
new nofitlcal. party, Youndod exclusively in
opposition tohiasonry. More recently he
lias become an open and avowed Abolition
ist. .... .
Tho democratic' candidate. David R. For
tei, is a man so unexceptionable, in every
point of view, that although. Ii3 has held va
Tious public ofliccs ,for a ntimber ot years,
his bitterest political opponents havb been
unable, after tho most diligent scrutiny
discovcrbut tlnee objections whic thov ven
ture seriously to urge against him. The
first is. that about twenty years ago he was
unfortunate in business, and was compelled
to take the benefit of the insolvent laws
secondly, that he is a Mason, and lastly.
that in the state legislature he voted against
instructing our senators in Congress to vote
airainst tho Sub-Treasury bill. The first
tiround of attaok on General l'6rtei Is rare
1y mentioned in Philadelphia ; but in the
interior the antirhasonic papers arc filled
with paragraphs on the subject. The re
cords of tho courts, of Huntingdon county
have been ransacked and all kinds of tricke
ry resorted to for the purpose of proving
that there arc one or two disputed claims
against him which have not been pressed to
trial by the opposite parties. J he result o
the investigation, however, has been
place the character of G. Porter in a highly
honorable point of. view.
In the city of Philadelphia, where the
opposition of the defunct Sub-Treasury
scheme has been very decided, some of the
"Whig presses a're urging theii friends to vote
tor no man lor any oliicc lrom a constant
to a Governor, whoso nomination is in tl
least connected with tho Van Burcn party
or who Will not make an open declaration
of hostility to him and all Ins measures.
the whigs of Philadelphia imagine, that
such a course is calculated to defeat Gcner
al Porter, or to advance their ultimate dc
signs, they will find themselves, as hereto
fore, grossly mistaken. Tho Sub-Treasu
Vill lias, been defeated, and it has been pub
before the winter of 1839. The more re
C3it action of Consrrcss proves cnncliisivn.
ly that all apprehensions on that scoro are
idle, i he Uemtfcrany of Pennsylvania
have nominated General Porter as a candi
date lor Governor, from a firm conyiction,
mat ne is belter titled to fill the office of
Governor than tho present incumbent; and
tliat the best interests ot the stale will be
promoted by his election. Thov have deter
mined to support him oil thesd grounds, with-
wui il-icil-uuu 10 ms opinions on any ques
tions of national policy, believing tliat this
political principles are sound, and knowing
him to be free from the pernicious heresies
ol political anlimasonrij & abolitionism.
There i3 no, in our mind, a doubt of his
election by a handsome majority, whether
ine wings support mm, or prelcr to contin
ue for a short time longer hewers of wood
and drawers of water for the antimasons,
who, however the whigs may flatter them
selves to the coutrary, will never aid them
(in elevating their favorite candidate lb the
, A correspondent informs us, that aboiit
two thousand laborers aro employed, re
pairing the canal between Huntingdon and
the Alleghany mountains. And that in all
cases, political vassalage, is imperiously
mado a condition of employment. From
Ihe saino source we learn, ihat the mana
gers and superintendents of llie work, are
particularly anxious to employ none but
young unmarried men, who may be enti
tled to a vote. This is done in order to af
fect Mr. Porler's election at home. Not so
much for present as for future purposes.
Mr. Porter's popularity. amor)g his neigh
bors, is a stumbling block to those who de
tract him. The majority which lie lias on
every former occasion received, and which
he la now certain of recoiving, among tho
citizens of Huntingdon county, must be
counteracted, to give coloring to the bdso
calumnies of Rimer's office-holders. For
that purpose strangers are imported from
every part of the state, and there is no doubt
that the election in Huntingdon county will
be changed bythose means.
The following extract will Ihrow addition
al light on a subject of some Importanco to
iha people, of Pennsylvania M. Ledger.
"Ills likewise irUe that to strengthen
their cause, to reward thoir friends, bring
back some of the wavering, if possible, anil
inspire all with due zeal, suH-otricnus are
slwarming along iho canal, almost on thick,
I imagine, as the frocs eoniured nn i,u a...
Iron's rodj some of them an useless in carry-
ittf on the work, as would he a tLiJ wheel
to tho nmniiig of a cart. I iiroc dollars
pter day is paid to one for superintending m it too appointed by the filli of march Con
the furnislriiKr of provisions he is called vention, held on the 2fih instant, the rcso-
1. . , ii . I I..,' .. ..!.... I.. 1...1.1'..,,r n 1 lnmncrMn.
commissary four uouars is
paiU iq I
mother" for handing out the money. J. Know
not what namo they givo him. Hero
seven dollars a day to support hi'o ogic.ers
which are iiamauiy,.sui!i;iiiui!ju."jr
besides numerods supernumerary supcryi'
sors, bosses, &c. Sec. Such profligate OX'
ne'nditure such base ofiicial prostitution
nd total disregard 01 duty arm 01 uio in
terests o tho neon e. can scarcely nnu a
parallel in tho annals ofofficial dishonesty,
Uut they have an 6bjcct fn view tho clov.-v
lion of "Ritner 1 and upon his elevation de
pends their bread aiid butter. ,lThc end,
with them seems to 'justify the means.'
'THE CASE STATED
'In October, 1835, Wolf and Muhlcnburrf,
the Democratic candididales for Governor.
received lOG.MO votes, whilst Rilncr, the
Federal candidate received only 91,023
votes. Wolf and Muhlcnburi- were
nlcdscd against the Hank of tho United
rjtaics ciuicr as a nauonai or siaie, iiismu
lion of course there was a real bonafide ma
ioritv of 12,307 voles at this election
gainst ine cuaricrmg oi mis mammuin nio-
i c .1-; - .1.
nolopy by tho national or the fctale Uovem
ments. . ,
A large maionty of the Senate of Penn
sylvania were pledged, irrevocably pledged
in honor una principle, against any such
institution in any shape or lorm. Uy the
division in the Democratic ranks, minority
representatives jn ihe lower House were
elected representing, as Gov. Ritner did,
the minority, and not the majority of the
people. Gov. llitncr s inaugural address
pledged him against paper money and pa-
per money mints.
On a sudden, tho mammoth of 35 mill
ions appeared in tho House of Rcprcscnta-
lives, and was forced through into the Scu-
ate where Soiiie Democrats pcrsiiadcd, as
uanre was oi oiu lorgoi uieir iionor, ineir
virtue, and all that is dear to honest patri-
ots, and embraced the mortsler they had
loaiueu.uespiseu, ,niiu uampH-u upon, jo-
.1 11 I 1 m I . A T
seph ititner signeu me compact, anu auueu
-r. . 1 .1 i .1 1.1 ...I
Jb millions oi uanit capnai men in cxisi-
tin v i i r.i.i . .
enco, 'thus trebling the nominal banking of
the State by one stroke of Ins ven.
The leading act 'then of Governor Hit
ner's administration, is the creation of the
State bank of tho United Stales, in direct
defiance of the votes and expressed wishes
of the people ; and for tins act Governor
Ritner received the fulsome adulation of
Hank speculators, Bank stock-jobbers, po
litical hacks, trading polilicans, and the
hireling presses supported by Hank loans
and Bank gifts and the CURSES of the
honest yeomanry whom the Washington
County Farmer had sold to a British Bank
a foreign aristocracy, and a domestic rago
racy and scrip- nobility, tho dependent
agents ol some hcartlfs loreigners, who
From tho Rattens ArL'iift
SCTFAOTS FOB THE PE0PLEO
Hl l WUlt'S KEFOltM.
Increase Of the state debt in SIX YEARS
under Governor WOLF'S administration:
Increase of the state debt in THREE
YUAKS under Governor RITNER'S ad
DAILY, e 12,715
Farmers of Pennsylvania ! you who aro
C7MONSTROUS STATE DEBT(llQ3
ii . it i ... "
which inusiuiMiiy tie paid bystato tax,
poauer wen on tnc auove facts.
THE WAY FEDERALISM WORKS.
SVwioji Snyder was charged bv tho Fr?l
cralisls ill his day with having stolen hides,
ho being a Tanner by trade and D. R.
rorter, the Democratic candidate for Gov
ernor. is now charged by tho Federalists
with having cheated his honest creditor's.
In the first case, good old Simon Snyder
lllacRcockades by an overwhelming majori
ww.,tt,i, it, aunt; i i i'ciii;r:iu:Ta mm
ty and so also will D. R. Porter be in tho
Thomas JnFrmtsow: tlm mmnrtoi nnii.A.
ol tho Declaration of Indenendenen. nnd dm
Father of tho Democratic nartv. was p.lmnrnil
by tho Federalists with certain, colored
transactions so also was Richard M John
son add so will it be to the end of time.
It is gratifying to know, however, that in
every case the slander has had no oflnet.
it would be a singular sight in this coun
try to see l he neon e clpi-t n ,- m lo ir. nf.
fice immediately after he had swindled.
The Federalists say that D. R. Porter cheat
ed his creditors, and yet iu the face of all
this cheating, the peoply immediately elect
him to the Legislature! Is it imssihln thnt
the people ol Huntingdon comity cannot
distinguish between right and wrong.
What a perceptible difference there i in
tho appcareiice of the Porter men and tho
Ritner men Tho Porter men rfro nhnnrfni
and lively, and confident, and all seem to hn
as sure of carrying their candidate by large
uinjuiuy, 43 ii we eieciioii was over The
Ritner men, on tho contrary, t-oem dull -im!
timid and cross, and look as if they felt sure"
they were going to bo ' bit all ' to'
CENT 11 L COMMITTEE
Ata mectmir of the Oenttal State Com
HIIIUII iciaiivu iu iiuiuiug; ww.
committee by the young men's convention,
was tak.m up lor consideration, w Here
upon it was
Jtcsolved, t hat ltbcrccommciuicu.io mu
Democratic younif men of Franklin, Perry,
Mifflin, Juiiiata, UnionLycoming, Potter,
and the counties cast of this tier, to send
dnleiraica to a convention to bo held at
" n . . . . .,..!
IJohi nrr nh I in nil I o September, anil 01
tho counties west of tho above mentioned,
to send delegates to a convention to be held
at Pittsburg on the same day.
DANIEL STURGEON, Uuutmatu
Wm. D. Boaz, Secretary.
Thc Governor's organ says, that the
Democrats arc afraid of Porter's defeal, and
about to withdraw him from tho contest.
If all the hope of thi Ritner men rests on
this contingency, they may pack up their
budgets and prepare to " witiidiiaw
themselves, on the second Tuesday of Oc
tober. They must be hard run, to whistle
such a tunc us this, to keep up their deject
cd spirits. Keep cool -and steady, friends-
and yield up the ccep'trc of power wilhou,
sighs or tears. It is the fate of war. Your
" measure of glory may be empty." but
yolir pockets are full. Key Stone.
From tho New Orleans Commercial Bulletin
.inolhcr Yunkce Trick Particulars of
the lie-capture ot the hone
The necessity of keeping a sharp look
out when wo have to do with tho Yankees
is fully demonstrated in the following nar
rativc. Uur readers recollect a notice in
this paper a few days since, Of tho safe ar-
nval oi t he sc nooncr t.onc. uam.
val of the schooner Lone, Uapt. OlarKC,
at Matamoras, after passing the blockade
Having sold the Ireigth at an enormous
pmfit, Capt. Clarke took in a cargo of spc-
ci0 ami uj03 Worth S30.000, and cleared
I . .
amun or INow Ur eans. Untie mormnir
I . . . . . . .
0f tnc "qh, jnne'. heforo daylight, the Lone
i . -
nasscd the bar ol the Dell Wortc under can
vass with a I resit smacking breeze, and
strong expectations of eluding the vigilance
of the blockading squadron. But she had
not sailed ten miles toseabeforO the breeze
died away and day light revealed the French
Commander manned a boat with a dozen sai
lors & marines, boarded and took posses
sion of her as a prize. All the crew and
passengers were transferred from the
schooner Lone to the United Slates sloop
ol war VanUaha, excepting Uaptain Clarke
the mate and the cook. A lieutenant aud
prize crow of eight men were then put on
board and ordered to Sacrificios', where
Where the French fleet lay at anchor,
uaptain uiaruc, ms mate aud cook were
thus detained prisoners in their own vessel
mte with commendable .fortitude till ih
morning ot the fourth ol July. The vessel
lay becalmed thirty miles from Sacrificios
The recollections of '70 stirred the Yankee
blood m the veins of tho prisoners, and
they determined to make ono effort for lib
erty. Fortune seemed to favour the at
tempt. They stole upon deck about day-
iuuuu umj mur sauors upon the
watch. The residue and the officers hav
ing rolirqd to rest. To knockdown two of
mo watch and drive the other two up the
rigging before the muzzle of a pistol with
out a load or a flint to fasten the compan
ion way upon the lieutenant and lock the
the forecastle upoii Ihe sailors, was but the
work of a moment uiiti this trio of resolute
searrlcn contending for their freedom
Without any bloodshed, and almost without
resistance, they 'took possesion of the
chooner, and brought her, prize crew, nion
ney.hides and all safely to N. Orleans. On
their way to that port they were met and
boarded by d British armed ship, the coih
mander of which applauded the gallant ex
ploits of Captain Clarke and offered him a
convoy to Havana.
THE STEAMBOAT BILL
The bill, passed by Congress, near tho
close of the session, for the prevention of
steamboat explosions, will no doubt bo of
salutary operation, in lessening the number
of these explosions. In all bases of explo
sions and consequent loss hereafter, the
owners of the boat aro made liable for the
damage sustained by those on board, cither
m person or property, provided the explo
sion was the result of incompetency or
negligence on the part of those in chargo of
the boat. And tho act also provides for tho
public sccuriry, that in all prosecutions at
law for damages in such-cases, the fact of
such explosions shall be considcrd primafa
cia evidence of liability on the part of the
owners. The burden ofproof is thus thrown
upon tho owners and officers of tho boat,
who can only make cood tlmir rlnfm, :.,
such action by establishing to the satisfac-
iiun oi a jury, mat tho "accident" or explo
sion, did not arise from negligenco or mis
management. This law may not prove a
"sovereign remedy" against tlm n....
of these accidents, but wo do expect that
its tendency will he to romlnr tli
Ics3 frequent than heretofore.
Mr. David Troadwell.
Brunswick co.. N. O. statu n.., !
trunks belonging to tho steamboat Pulaski
u wine aiiiore in that vicinity.
Fr.r,it! Ncv Oil, m B". .if .f.ilv 1
Horrible Murder. n assassination ot
tho most atrocious and appalling character
was lately porpctrated in tho parish of St.
Bernard. Tho .details aro as follows: On
Friday ldst,"fiv,0 Irishmen entered the house
of an individual, an iun-kecper, residing in
the parish of St. Uernard. They called for
breakfast; they, were .supplied, and, after
finishing their meal, one of tho number a
roso aud approached tho master of the
house. Aflor a few words had been intcr
nlinnmvl lii'tirnnn tho two. the report of a'
fuo arm was heard, and the inn-kecper fell
mortally wouiided by a ball in his hrcast.
WHO Was ill U1U iiuuai;, tmuiLii
tlio room, attracted bv the cries and tumult.
As soon as she was perceived, a pistol was
fired at her and her check bone broken by
Not yet content with their drcatllui occu
pation, these rhisercanls fell upon a little in
fant that was slcoping undisturbed by the
havoc around it, and fractured its limbs in
a most shocking manner by a succession of
blows with slicks and ihe but end of their
nistols. The unhappy inn-kecper being
found siill to survive, was finally despatched
with a poignard. In order to elfacc as quick
ly as possible all traces of their crime, they
f 1 . . . 1 . .T ... - .
procured horses, ami rcpaueu xo wow Or
leans so rapidly that oitc of the animals fell
dead on Its arrival. Tho appearances of
the murderers, and other circumstance's,'
roused tho suspicion of the police, and in
nuiry brought proof enough to lead to the
detention of their persons. Wo have not
learned whether the wounds received by the
woman and child arc mortil.
most singular appearance in the heaven is
described in the Carrollton, (Miss.) Enquir
er, as having been witnessed in that neigh
borhood on the night of the 20th tilt. For
some time previous there had been an ex
cessive drought. On that night, about 8
o clock, the air became clouded, the clouds
running generally south, and for two hours
there was a continual discharge of electric
ity around tho horizon. "During this
incessant corruscation," says the Enquirer,
"there shot from the pointed clouds a brill
iant volley of sparks, exceedingly bright
Some falling towards tho earth, others run
ning in a zigzag course, crossing nearly the
whple firmament. These luminous sparks
shot forth sometimes large and singly, and
at others branching out in every direction
in the most splendid arborescent manner,
We aie told, for wo did hot witness it, that
the scene was one of the most gorgeous and
beautiful ever witnessed. The whole at
mosphere appeared Micommonly charged
with the electilc fluid tho radient flashes
assumed sometimes tho forinof waves of light
rolling with velocity athwart tho heavens
and are said to have been painful to the eye
from their frequency. Thse sparks, which
Were vividly brilliant, resembled large balls
of fire, suddenly struck with a hammer, and
flying about in tho most fantastic manner.
Qninolininu i,rn,l.,nn,l 1... .1. l l
....v...,.. (.luuua-u uy me oiow-pipo on
metal heated to Intensity." Pcmisylva
Murder. ivAea Doushertv. nt tlm r!!t,r
and Couhty Court of St. Louis, was mur-
uwi,u uh ,j.uuruay, ine X-l III ult., about a
mno below that city, by some person un
known The judge was on his way from a
oriuge, in the building of which he was con
cerneii. Do was killed bv a discharge of
buck-Shot, wllil'll ln1rnl 1.. A1 Jr ,
head, penetrating the brain. The greatest
t.wicim:,u , juuvaiiuu in me city in consc
uuciice 01. it, and a circular had been issued
inning on tnc citizens to aid in the scaich
lurmc nmrucrers. A great many accord
ingly turned out and wero scouring the conn
try in every direction. One individual had
uumi arresieu anu lodged in jail on suspi
IToncsly.We understand that some of
mo nanus oi tho city and county will re
sume specie payments in full on the first
day of August next. (Wednesday, to
morrow,) and we sincerely congratulate our
friends at the failure of BIDDLE to bring
all the Banks into his way of thinking, cs-
rVJvrV" Jucrimving succeeded m W1IEED
T.nQ.n0JTVr"?r in a Proclamation
S N? tho day of RESUME
, J. Wc g'e this information as do-
muu irom two institutions one in the
my anu one in mo county, who intend re
oummg on ine m iiroxtmo. Several
"'a wu "avc o coubt wiflalso, resume:
ui ii cai moi oe expected that those immedi-
...cy ui.uerconiroi ot Nicholas Jiiddlc will
they arc too far politically and otherwise
... ..... nun 10 tauc an independent stand.
and must bow to his bidding.
tyinff the Times.
More Help to Gather thb Harvest. A
w i'..imm me new lorl; Journal of
vw,.,.-Ii:u writing irom Uh cago, Illinois
under date of July 2, savs:-"ff L " S
to help Iho Fall !.,,Kin0; ... T,W18"
: r 7 uiu inoour-
ing classes to come out into the country
and gather the immense harvest. I have
seen 100 acres of wheat growing in one en
closure that will yiehl tltirty bushels Jer
acre. I he harvest will continue until the
15th of August. If tho weather continues fa
vorablefc no assistance comes from the cities
farmers who would bo willing to pay $1 75
per day for labor, will be obliged .0 urn
their hogs , to. harvest their whoa
Wheat throughout Michigan will nrobablv
be a 02 70 cents por'biwlk" PrapawJl
National ChuiiihtiiHrs -'En, land.'
the Temps (Paris paper) observes, 'is a vast
manufactory, a great laboratory, a universal
counting-house. France is a rich farm,
tending to turn llselt into n manufactory. .
Germany is nn uncultivated field, because
they aro philosophers and, liot peasants who
till it. .Southern Italy ts a village in ruins.
Northern Italy is an artificial praire. Bel
gium is a forge. . Holland js a canal. Swe
den and Denmark aro carpenters' yards.-r-
Poland i a sandy heath. Kussia is an ire
house. Switzerland is a chapel. Greece
is a field in a slato of nature, Egypt is a
workoshp for apprentices. Africa is a fur..
nacc. Algiers 13 a nursery ground. Agu
is a grove. The. Antilles arc sugar refiner
ies. South America is a sloro. North A-
mcriea is a till full. Spnjruis a till empty."
JJitine a Wife's 'Jhwe oJ)h the
court of St. Lawrence, N. i. on 1 lih ujt.
one Ezckicl Little was convicted of the of-
fenco of luting oil his wife's tongue. The
manner in wich ho accomplished his pur
pose was by strangling his wife by both his
hands, until her tongue protruded from her
mouth. Ho then seized it in his own mouth;
and bit olf a piece nearly an inch long, h
waS..proved.. that ;mo sulleied intf nely by
tlie operation, and it was obvious that her
tongue was thus seriously and pormancnlly
disabled. He was found guilty, and sen
tenced to seven years' imprisonment in tho
A child of Thos-Nclson, Esq, of this
place, about four years old fell into a well
adjacent to his residence, thirty feet deep, a
few days since, sank to the bottom, arose
to tho surface of the water some ten feet
deep caught hold of and braced itself in
some way between the walls of the well,
and remained in that position until another
child who, had been playing in company
with it ran to the house and gave the alarm,
and "the father lowered another person in a
bucket down to it, when the two were
drawn safely up together the child unin
jured, savo by a bruise which it appeared
to have received from coming in contact
with a slonu situated at or near the surface
of the well.' CoxSackie Standard.
An awful scene took place on Wednes
day last, in Sinepuxont Bay, Md- A party
of persons, numbering about forty, went to
tho beach to bathe on the above mentioned
day, and while returning, tho boat was cap
sized in about tho middle of the channel,
which is not more than GO or 70 yards
wide. There were 20 persons in the boat
six of whom were drowned their bodies
were found and interred yesterday. The
names of these unfortunate ricrsons aro Ra
chael Hudson Ann Hudson and Mary Hud
son, Nancy Bowcn, aud James Hickman
and his sister Ibid.
, Jl Convenient Gaol. $omc time ago a
person was incarcerated in a gaol not above
five miles from Paisley for want of the
to s'ep him,, and f'oi that'purposo called
on tho gaoler. . The gaoler unlocked the
outer door, and after having looked through
several rooms without finding tho prisoner,
observed, "I'm thinking he'll bo awa' out
to Ihp fishing the day, but ho aye conies
hamc gin five o'clock, and ye'Il be sure to
get him then."
a iu.ow tip. The manufacturing portion
or a Powder Mill, recently erected by
Messrs. F. Detrick and D. Bcrtsch, about
two and a half miles from this Borough, on
the Lehigh and Susquehanna Railway
Line, blew up on Monday morning last
1 he building and about 200 pounds of pow
der were destroyod. No person injured.
Damago 8150 to $2.00.
. . Wilkesbarre Advocate.
.? Full Grown One The Cmcinati Ex
press says, that after the last rise of the
Ohio, an eel was left high and dry upon the
shore below Paducali, Ky which was only
1.10 feet 7 inches long. He had just swal
lowed the steamboat Dolphin, mistaking it
for a fish ot that species. Tlc Express
farther states, that the skin of the rep file,
with the hull of tho boat, was to be exhibited
at the Western Museum, as soon as an an
partmcnt could bb made ready for the exhi
The Porcupine. n new littln nn-.rin.
just raising its quills at Cincinnati. Thb
aj ne serves up a dialogue of the
gers,' is particularly dram-ntic ;
D. Whoso boy arc you 1
H. Where is your mammy 1
Boy. To homo.
J. Whpro is your homo ?
Hoy. In dad's house.
H. What does your dad do ?
Boy. Ho gets drunk.
D. What (inns Vrtnr trfatliAM .) i
"oy. u ! she gets drunk too.
j w v uu 1
1, then what do thev
tlini. Im.li .1 ?
"u 1 1
oy. Wfiv. mniri l.nntD .l-.l
kicks Iier, and then thnvfiMit 111. , .
Execution ofllarmn. Title liiwfiiil
wretch murdered Mr. f.vmn.. m
ler, was executed on tlm 0r.1i, s,,f
He remained callous to the lnt
shocked and disgusted all who saw him. It
IS Said that lin mn.U -.. . .
. 1 "wa uuuiubsioh 01 ine mur
der to his counsel, which is to' be puUWt-