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UY O. N. "WORDEN AND J. R. CORNELIUS.
At ..ro prr tear, always in ldancr.
THE UN'ION'-Establisiied, ISH-IVjiole No., 2,37-1.
CHRONICLE Established, 1843-Wiiot.b No., Si)2.
LEWISBURG, UNION CO., PA., FI1IDAY, AUGUST 2G, 1859.
Union County Court Affairs.!
5. The Account of Israel Heaver, Admin
islrali.rof Jumh lluuck, lale of Lewis Tp.,dc'd.
o. i lie Account ol Much r. Sheller, Ad-
I lihKlt'ounl) Coiii tri uc lniiialioii 1 miniMiaior of Hi,o Wilson. Jr.. lale of
711 the Hon. AU M S.WI1.SON, h-el!y I p , de'd.
y J 1'icmiIi-iii Ju.li;- lor ilie "."nth Judicial
JiiMitot of IV iiii-vh;iiiia, composed of the
counties nl' 1'iiumi, Mtil.it and Snyder, and
l'ttiLir Ki iil and Jsu Wiimivi-o IImis., Asso
ciate Judges in I nion county, have t-sued their
precept, bearing dale the -Jlst dav id May,
Isotl, an l tn mr directed, lor the liol.lni of an
Orphans' C'oiirM'onri of t 'oiiitnon IMeas, Oyer
and Terminer, and l.eneral Quarter isesMons
at LEW IUI li'i. 1 r liie ci.univ of I.Mil.V,
on (he second MD.MiAY ol H:pT. (beiii? the
I'-i'h day) K.'.l. and t.i continue one necli,
.Notice is therefore hereby given to thel'or
oner. Justices of the 1'. are and Constables in
and lor ihe ci-utity of I'nion.io appear in their
oivn proper persons with iheir records. intui
silious. examinations and odier remembrances
lo do those things which of their olliccs and in
their behalf appertain lo be done; and all Wit
nesses and oilier persons prosecuting 111 behalf
of the Comiiiotaveulth aiMttist any person or
persons, are re.j'iii'e.l to le then and there
nuendiiiir. and not depart without leave at their
peril. Jurors are p 'i'ie-t.'d to be pnnctu.il in
Ih-'ir atteti !:n;ce at the appointed lime agreea
ble lo notice.
linen under ntv hand and seal at the Mter
ill's l dice in Lewll'llrs. tlie 1 lih dav ol A II
frut. in the var of our l.,ud one iti.iu--iiid
eiht hmi'lied anl l.i -n no ao I ilie e-.h!c-secoti-i
y.n ot lio Iii '-pi iolenre ol the I'uit. I
"Stales of Ainci tea.- ti id s;ive the I'.immoii-
weallii! JOII.N I i:-.l.l;0 i:,siiend
GEORGE MERRILL. Register.
register's Office, Leu isburg, Aur. 16, lrfi9
I'rotlioiiotari'N .Vol ice.
"")I'1!I,1(J notice is hereby civen that Jo.
J thx Wiii.ru, Assignee of Mm Hiuliton, !
of Lewisburj. I'nimi county, has filed in Ihe'
l'roihonotar; 's Otliee, in and for the county
of I'uion, at Lewishiir, his account as As-
sillier of I lie said John Houghton, and that !
the same u ill be presented to the Court of
Common IMeas of said county, for confirma
tion and allowance, on Fhiiiav the Itiih day
of "September next, at the Court House at
Leuisburg in the roiintv aforesaid.
SAMUEL UOlsH, Proth'y.
August in, pd
Clje Star ant) Ctjroniftf.
M-oirn t Y, Al . 2'JJ. I W9.
Bult is stated that the State Agricul
tural Society will give a silver trumpet to
the best Cre engine en tbe ground during
the Fair. Is that comprised within the
oljects of the Society ? Would the crow J
it would gather contribute to the comfort, d" constantly appear in the press ol that
,1 - . ., i. i quarter, which indicate a deeply seali-a 111-
the safety, or the agricultural improve-! ofour C()min(,n liinsua!ieiere. Aca.d
! ment of the members or spectators 1 Let ' primed by a gentleman merely for the simple
! firemen's shows stand tn their own hot-; purpose of annoiincnz riernal hostility to
. f )m, and gather their own peculiar adrui
creed of the Democratic party, as expounded jj,e Republican Party in Delaware.
by Senator Douglas, and as expounded by ! r
Democracy in 1856, and triumph, as I have j Wo take the following from Ihe 1'tnin
no doubt we shall, over all organizations, by ! rulur JVrir, an able journal published io
an overwhelming vote." Cheers. j that part of Delaware where ucarly all
From th. Nerth Amriian. June lo. '. "c tlaves io the State are held :
TOBEsTCilllllElMiOFAWKninx iThe American-Kepublicau party is
There is a pressing necessity lor the enact- , 4 '
men. of a sumntuar law regulating ihe use pre-eminently tho party of the people. It
of adjectives. Gentlemen at the south are was the offspring of au almost uuiversal 1 The Democrat says :
particularly uevoieu io mis iuxui, aim
An Ancient Citizen Dead.
The Bellefoott '-it, hnvi ree irda tl
death of Mr. (Jr. mot Coble, one tf tha
some friend of his, and a determination to
VX0W IS THE TIML Til ClHCl'LATK THCM.t
The Kepublican Association of Wash-
pepper h. in at the hrst opportuniiy.is made f,. tUtf pe5,le Wt.te c.mpeUed tu rise
i enousii lo kill a sen- - -
A Panacea for the Hard Times.
The Missouri Democrat, in speaking of
the present barJ times, and the recent i
abundant crops, advises tbe farmers of tbe ' oldest citizens of Centre ceunty He s
West to bring their grain early iuto mar- j born and raided in L'eiki crr-oty,
ket, as tbe most efficient means of iuipro- i township. Married in IT'.'1). la lilJ
ving the times and benrfitling themselves. ; he tame t Centre couo'y fur tbe r orp j
"Tbe creps of the ! of purchasing a Lain, uau choice of oos
sjutiiiiunt, uud it was origiuate 1 and orga- country are unusually Urge in the aggre- , situated on tie waters cf th Spring
nizci by the people in opposition to the ' ga'e so all tbe papers at lbs commercial 1 creek. la HH he tuuvtl ti the same,
wichrs of the politicians and lead.rs of all centres sere. The Kurorean war is at built a bouse in which bs resi j-.l to tha
an eu J. Crops are fair io Karope. War ,' day of bis death, during Lies time he
prices are not to La bad. There is not raised two generation, Lis own and tha
a shadow of a sign that a shipping children of a deceased djughur: and bisl
par'ii f. The North bad tuffnd from th
niri'rtssiniis of tliu Suuib until iu self da-
up io their might and strike for their lib
cities. Their industry upon which they
were alone ucpeuJent for their prosperity,
or a demand abroad will b bad for bread- was th first death io tbe h ce. Having
f s'ufs, except at a considerable declin be- j lived with Lis wif (still liviof,) for 70
, ! low present rites. Th farmer owe th ' years, bad 7 children, 4j grand children.
to bristle with adjectives f
sible man outright. Why not simply s.iv ihai a
man deserves to be exiingiiihed, and ih.i Hie
wriier will siintT hnu al Ihe fu st chance that
ntfmr invl.ad of fortiiritil him With lo:lll
adjective lur month and years ingethei ? V had been for years crushed Jjwu by a for- country merchants, largely; thos gam and 23 great grit 1 children. Mr. Cabla
protect agaiusi ihe Kichun nd usa,;e, and pro- tjj,u competition fjr low wa.-cs, eLcuur- owe the oity jjbUrs and wholesalers, wbu was quite youo-r at the time cf oor Revo.
Bounce it absolute cruelly. 'ii.ii i-, - i , i - .
Eervb ..lv knows that it is p'-a'ant lo d . ab'e,J u'1 ftercd by our own bgt-Iarion iu turn owe debt in th Last It is the lutioaary struggle, in which a cumber of
for one's countrv. and no reasonable m, m will uudir Ihe influence of the Sou'-h, that duty of ail to pay debts when able to do bis ancestors fcil Vktimj to tbe icilp:oij
af'h';" .ne;:d's'have'J;,ne;:o''ivrd:c";:d -"ite working n.c might be k. r, down so. Duty, interest, everything, , tAe knife of the merciless savage. Among
count as Commuter r f ihe said John Baker j Congressional and other official records, that he has stepped on the senvon e i. rsof oo an nj iaiity with touthi ru s.aves. Jtrmtr iu at once mar.vr Kit pru-lwt, th number Was bis grandmother and
ana iiesirr Laser, anu mat ine sanir win ir 10(j (onujuin- flcta ,hich aro deemed ! """"" reni eman. or nns none auv oiner ai i r (,r tbi purp .e lb ue au i importation accept present market prices, and piy bis father, of which the latter recovered. II
trt?i i. i l .i .
person and estates of J,,hn Hnkrr and llrtltr i under tbe auperviaion of lb Kepublican
linker, of litiirilo township. I nion county, has Executive Committee, a series of valuable 1
f: .! in thai I'r. . i K. . ..- t . ....I ..-
the county of I men. ai i.ewisburg. Ins ac ! political Traets, compiled principally from
Grand Jurors Sept. Term, 1859.
lUrt li'ijf'lir- J. 'in V llroi-n. fuml Zeilers,
Aiirati.im l'r- l -nc J..colS.rfr
H'4. lhr .1 n i l .-lii r, Uai id itningrr,
sjinni'l ii l'a'l.iri-
Iltijf.ilir James lo.-ie
Anc 7i'r,'iii J. l.u M llci.Vr, R bt Swmef, r !.
.ime.foie Joint Li-ity. J bn St l.iyior
A'i'y I'cter l.uj i i , I...U 1 Howald
.1.:' rifutrz Jo-ejh lititelius, Wtu Suii:h, Jl
M- ;""..V tin-re U sbeaty, Jacob Kl.be,
J, bn I. lieav r
l.'irff:ir- 'k' il Pur-'y, J. hn Hilihliu
ilirll'H A. van Ml-l'ii
t'tum J i. lit. l o:iiiin.iii
V ii'se Jurorn.
lju-'-.'.n-i. ,,:, u,,-.,ae Fieluhorn.
A.i: il II '. J i lo r. Vainer
M Immii..ii, l.cu i J lo y uiali Jooll II bcaie,
Ao xau.:. r .N' .t
lift ;.'". .Jo:. ii l.'u'il Jr. Samuel llonkel
.1 Jj' u!' f rtiai.e- M . j i i . ; on, litoie liiite
lot'. J. :oi K'-bcr, Kou il J' L.uoer, James
I b.iin: i
W .';.'.'- D.inl II :enr -.f.Conr.o! Mier'K-l--i.
i 1 u It l.ul. ai i Tallin. Daniel
iwi.rti.v ..I .!:! h . TKre stioiilil he ni.lf:
said couii'y f r cnnfirmation and allowance i imporiani o o presenieu o ineaiicniion ; lmilv ,lc st.j.et. and there w. til I I.e. e
on Kmim. tbe If.th dav of fe(,temlier urxt, ' of th masses, that they may be prepared 1 sincerely be'ieve. imi lor the cuirent intern,
at the Court House al I.ewisburg in the eoun-1 . , . ... , ! perate indu'gence in adjectives. When ne
io .o.. .now,oK,j .e.u.og pmiuiii ) , lrhange of cards rovermg two c. :-
Tb want of such rell- , ninns w.th these excrescences i f speech.
know thai the decisive solution of a p r-o r.al
.l..t.n..l. h. 1,.1 Votir nnrlt r'!r
r-t, k. ,1.. ti. ....;,.. .u, . '
I'm ...i r.oiio,- v. Th. i s-ij. j ,tends tn be magnanimous, and to Kill or sun-
ty aforesaid. SAML'IX ROl tsH, I'rolhy
August lfi, Ihja pd
Notice to Heirs of Engel Schrader.
issues of the day.
able official compilations, Las long been : '
i se. l nion i . inn v. ss ; i ne ( om nion-. , , , ...io.u-i i.. . .
L.ss. . weaoh ol Pennsylvania -b. Hannah ! uos're lo b furuishtd with a list of tbe , mil to br killed. The malignant form ol the
f -svs ) chra.l-r inieruiarried with Jacob
ciiauver; Catbaiine JSchiader intermarried
wuii I'et.-r Uitit:inan. which Catharine t-. ice
d el, le.ivu.g eisht cin itren. viz- Elizabeth
n.arned to John t.ea . M.irr. Jti.i in married to
'1 ii.-iii.i siivariz F- ero
noil i led lo Jaci-ti ll; -A
iron Kline. M i. :a .
and l.avina mat n I io 1
said Fiedcru-k and J.-.( . t
childien ot said ("athai .
I". in-, t hi i. m.t kD'-wii mtl-i
J r .1. -.1,1.1 ! r - n ..I Hii. l . '
II- li. .In-, t.'il. m' 1 t .! I.- i .hl.J
hi e married to
i,i Jicub Reih,
Si.i. l'i1 .;,,. i ,1,. i., (Iisonler IS at once rsiannsnen, anil li is r-r-
fetate Central Committees, and tbe Kepub- j Im hw hf a d(iZ(.n mrn wi catcn ,ie..r.
lican newspaper within tbe United States. ; n ceases to rage. How much belter to do
ThcM addreasH ara furnished at the ehean i otherwise. Suppose, lor instance, a gent.r-
rale of SEVEMY-riVI CE.M8 TER Ul'N-
IlKCD, FREE Or rusTAO?. All orders
should be addressed to Lewis Clepuane,
, .i iii J..
. l b li . ,
ni l. mi. h
ph lii miner, (the a ,u .
" i, an two of ihe ' secretary INatinnal Republican Association,
are dea l, and lett ! Washington, D. C. Send on Your orders,
friends, aud eireuSate the documents.
Democracy, Ten Tears Ago,
uri b ' insny : tl,at I
I. r. ilMVIwil. lllisl ID !
I. in-ue.twieliiiarn. j
1 ll-uu ili. mii'-lt lfuliutj i. Intruiar
io.k: tli.t All the ! usui-. bim
,ti uf .-ft, l-r. i-x,--t Jcob Ki.b sn-l
w In, r--i 1, m-iiiw It-r In th. stute ol
man at Richmond wakes up some line morn
ing and discovers that hi-, friend h'ts insulted
hrn. and Kiat his nnre-erved conti fences of
the previous ihirtv years were given to a trai
tor wecame near using adjectives ourselves.
Obviously he should, on meeting thai friend,
-siinplv aud pleasantly advert to the necessity
that ore or both should be wiped out that very
it I'.Tvign uiauulacturtd goods was eucou- inercbaut. As a general thing, they that i could relate many interesting incident of
racd b) a 'tanir of revenue,' an J we as market their grain first do best. They the Involution. From Lis boyhopd Le
a naliuu wr made substrvicut lo Kog- save in weight of grain, prevent loss from ! Lad a great love for Laming anl trapping,
land ai.J France. Free trade tends to vermin, gat the use of Iheir money long- ! in which Le was somewhat indulged anl
nuke u? a nation of farmers dependent est; and, if they pay their debts, bave ; became very successful. He informed the
on oilier r,at;,,i.s for such goods as require ' the clearest consciences. Certainly, from writer that when he was nine years old, be
the intelligent labor of freemen for tbuir all we arc enabled to see from our stand- wished to go with bis father on a hantio '
construction; while protection audencour- point, will this prove true the present j excursion for deer, but was DJt permitted;
agcmiiiit to luanufaciuring industry tends ' year." j be was however allowed to g to tha wood
to make us iudc peudunt of all foreign na- ; This advice may to a certain extent be to bunt game. In the evening, they both
tiuua and to vlevate and improve the con- ' c )rreet ; but if generally Miowed it might I returned ; bis father was unsuccessful, but
he bad killed quite a number of ficesrjuir-
II .vliiiner. W rtil.er Kohland,
k, J oil -i M.iiijin, James livin.
i. i .1.11.1 f
J t" I'lUlllUv
Jl y Daniel H,,McUer,S.iiiiuel Strayhurn,
, I. ,u, ..ii Di- i-1-..cii
l.-icU liil Kailieiin.in
. 'i'- i D.r. 1 1 W lY.lican, W' illiam Foster
t il' in r.iooi" I'm -el, .l -liii M.iiz..
A'ii'i lint W'ui ileutier, fiLM'ii riiilli, lien
jani, n mt r
llo'e II -r iMiio-: l; K"ber. Ii 1" rl Candor,
.1 tin (Ii r. I. F A lint li'. Aoniew M Lena
ban, is.umiel (ieiutii-i iinj
II '..'. m David Iviine, David Mover
K'lii Jjines f melds, Jac.ib II uniuiel, Thom
as ( omlv
dilion of the free while men who work for Le found to be attended with mbarrass
tlitir living. XL us the old cmtest be- ing consequences. If the entire crop were
tweeu 'Free Trade' and '1'roteciinn,' was rushed iuto market at present, to meet a
but another phase of the same contest that not very active demand, it would only
IS Iidlfl 1,1'illi. f.m.1. nnl Lolu-n . 1 .. I ..r .1 ln ,tt lk. nia.Iil an. I K.l..n -..T.--
i mornin-. and at r.nre avail themselves ol any -"- ' - ...... j . .u 6.. - ".v.
I . . . it- . .t..l. a Lltl irCLUnill r.f tnrni tho tniiinr'inomont ' lnwn t.-i a rninnn&Itf im fi riirA In nen
IliililS Hi rurti iiic itu i p c wii(.n siui'i ( 7 " -- ww iHviy "c r
might po5scs. The fjirs have all the issues ' of fsjuvti lubur and the eDcourji?ciin.Bt of ducer. Circutuatauceii niav avriMa before
From tbe platform adopted by tbe Dem-, prearranged, and if the friend , .luesuon j r(t, , - . . . . ,
.i,1.'; o" ' .:;.WSi?tSi I 0CM,i0 "J'', Ml Tplve ,, a bowie-knife, wide ihe ,n.lte. slavery on the one hand and the suppoil cer to regret suob basty sales. Of course,
:o::;;;t:; . ... tjlV: " rhf.,.,:r..r,":l of h f . other. ; .here feN M. mhi .PP
e--: "K-Mdctd, mat toe jjemocratic psny -" - , Here is .h. il.o ,nu ,h. v.,i. t ,k. .... -hi. .i... f ,k. vir.
li -r... I.v sn Ii,a...-t l,,M for tfat rri.. duly I r, , , L,, d-. . ,he Ponsti- V"'J 10 v"e nls ,r,ena 10 "piooe as many , j , r- - '
,1 in- ei.untjr amr si.1, - . ..-barrels as might ne necessary to nnisii nun, must as one niau staud UD for the KeDub- Doltcu. as well as dutij. renders it nroner
its letter anu suirtt t i . .t.-. .u: :,i ,. i...
But. in any case, there mnn be a restrain- ! "iaB VlJ- " '"e party of the tree tor them to dispose ot a portion of their
ing law, in regard to adjectives. Our language , wurkiug man; and its policy tends to bis 1 crop to get rid of their incumbrance as
abounds in pungent aua expressive names lor elevaiiou aud benefit : while that of the I soon as possible. Sunburn Gazette.
'nr i. ,1 l-v tin1 Orib4i.ii' 1 i.urt i
tin-IC-mI l.o .1.. i.f tl.e s.ia Kn
fouat- in ll.rti.-T t'-mi-bni. t in-in
lutiou of tbe country.
iHiels of Jueiili Hitinmn
s,untr, sioi.tiiitiir i . ... . , , j . . i
a tu lust I'eim.omk on th. mey Will neiiner wcaaen ur ucsiioj , m
:i .n i x.irtii. ii.i i.n.i- of Henry r-neroff on hm , (ney rc ,3elars ihat slavery is a domestic,
if-i. e-'ii-.-iini,, our eres wire or le-s nun me fipur- i - . . . , - , , .
tensile, ., wlii li rarl real .lte w. v ilue.l anl rai- lOCOl Institution 01 tUB COUtb, tUlijtCl to
e-t al noil lur ttieaiiui of oua liunjieil autl fllty Ucillars i i,,. .,.,1 it h Bhioh. th
j,,,.,,. UllllC irjiwuiiii, .., ...
( An l win-re... non.
' r..re, 111 C.iirt ,n Ihe return of the .ai,l imiuifitiiiD. to
1 -ike I In- i-reuUM-. therein ninuitoneU at the atuimtseoient.
j V ia an I eiery , f you are hereby riled to b anil aHemr , diction, tbe local ioStilUtioO Can COn'iuUe
l at t u.- next Keui-rnl orpliaii s court m he held at lia- I . . . .... c. . 1 .1 ,l-a- artai qn.l n.,-.ni. ik.i cin
h.irc. f,r tl.ec.uutT ol I nion. on the lab dav of Sep- tO eilSt. Esteeming II a VKUUUOn Of Oiare , ' .-n m" ..... ...........
i te...i-rn.:xL.i., .e;1.tti.- re.i ..ut, d..M.rihri Jo th. ! . , .,,, h,unnd State limiti. WE i 8'e direct contact, which the mora as well
writ a" i i ii'iiii(i'iii. hi Tmiiaiit'n inenui, or mihw
' rnu- ti y tli Ci urt Hlinll nottlrrruf lhetmni In beiMilil.
1 tv- iriH r.ti't : vi itnt-w-; niy finrxl. n- ', of Haiti Court.
tt 1 ict'Lr tin! l'Lh l.t cl Jt.i.f, i ! 1
SAML-KL liUl ii, Clt?rk.
ofthrhiirnf thf-fwi(i.ifreai-dp-' reocral )vernmeDt baa nothing to do.
is mtnrn nf tli wai.l itintiisrittiin. tn : . ....
Wherever tbe state law txteDda its juris-
stirh Dr.enr tn ns. which, if applied to ihe 1 pr""t democratic party tends to sustain
delicate moral cuticle of a gentleman, would the labor of slave., at ihn pvnensrt nf th I
prouuee intense local iiiuaiioii. niu ,.ciiia.3
draw a blister. Wrapping them up in adjec-
Issuc List fur Sept. Term,
Reuben Sleiiiiigi r vs Alfred Kne::ss
John K land vs State Mutual Ins. Co
1' i (.'aiiipbell i t al vs T td 'v Marr
liacid ;eiMiiscr vs Win 11 Marr
. F Albright is Adam Schteck &c
Francis Krick vs Alexaiolcr Aiimo lis
Jiantel Katigb-r v. Ji hit Lapp
SeV llW'eideiisaul I'r Mink vs Churrli Forrey
Levi K Sheen, deed's a.imrs vs J earger
Martin ( Itee.-I, a tniuor, etc vs C iiieisbach
James Ktisst-li vs Jacob linnkle
Chiistian Uarich vs iMnu l Itci.ncr
J-.hn K.'s-Ier vs (inl.les. Mar-h & Co
I'hilip sii-caold v I'eier Heaver el al I been spared in lis manufacture; the materials
A brain and J.hn Auian 1 vs ("has F.rschatlle ' !,-rT '"'".'""i "7 , Ti.l''l.J.la
"'ynTICE is hereby given that letters trsta
mentarv on the last will and teslament
of WII.MAM KKINKHI), late of Hartley
town-hip, I'nion couniy. deceased, have been
cranled lo the undersigned, by the Registernf
Union county, in due form nf law.therefore.all
per-tuis indebted to said estate are requested to
I make immediate pavinrnt, and those having
claims against the same will present them
duly authenticated for settlement.
(.EORt.F. BOOF, Executor.
Hartley, July 2:, 1859
IlitUok's Patent Portable
KEYSTONE CIDER & WINE MILL.
IJl.EAsE take particular notice that this is
an entirely nric .Mill. No expense has
Marliii ; Kee l Arc s John llnland
ti.-orje Meiy.'l vs I.eib A l.eib
John M mr A wife same
I-a,tc K Ktinkle vs Henry liable
Daniel Kngler Jr r Ct.atnb. rltn Slout
Abrain Wolf" vs li-aver l.'ed M A: Co
K'elier V Mttsser vs crpor.iiiou L'niversity
11 M W'hitui-r vs Jacb Kloss
rsatnuel H Orwig vs H.'nrv W Crouer
S L Heck vs Deitrick A- Sherkler
Keish A Keish vs Ti ter l -ish's Adtu'rs
Ciias s Crit vs Win I) Miriner
Saml I. Beck vs Charles stces
John Marty vs John llarily
same vs 4 others
Thos t; (Irwig f.r Orwis; vs IMC Ranck
Jcuts I'rcsby'ii Church vs John M'Call
1-rael (ieyer vs Aaron Smith
Vm Kauifniaa vs Fetor Kauii'inan Admr
Jacob Stf.ar: vs C..nrod Itlind and wile
-M'Cartv Tale vs K S liri bst
'Fhos Kascr's A linr's vs Atntnrms & Rawn
Wm Frick A Co vs Wm Wolfe
Cvrus Eaton vs S F A: W s Uogcnreif
Itavtd tilick vs Sauil S llarber
laniel lioh vs l.tidwiy .V Itanck and J It
I'hilip Kuhl vs Franci-; Wilson
Samuel II Pawling vs Samuel showers rial
Mid llesnrth Kerns & Co vs Chs H Shriner
Frederick Wonnan vs Jacob Smith
John Wcr'2 vs I'eier Xevius et al
Samuel W Snodgrass vs Wm Yotinir Jr
I'lsh fortJmehus' Admrs vs ieo lireisbach
Abraham lllark vs Andrew Spitler
Jeorie Barkdoil vs II W Crotzer
'I' Church & Co vs m II Kleckner
Samuel l.on and wife vs Joseph Kleckner
Hobt 1) Cuinminss vs Saml Heuderson et al
J & J Vouny; vs Thus ! Orw.?
Charles Stee vs Saml I. Heck
Scribner & Feikins vs Albert Wynn
Wm li ire Jr vs Ri.ht M Mnsser
N rtli. Chase & Aorih vs Joel Hursh
J 'hn Sankey vs Andrew (iutelius
J'-t h Christine vs Beaver, !eddes M it Co
''r Win F Scebol.l vs Saml C Will
J an-nn Burrows vs Chas ll Mowrer
A! i'i,'i.i:ii Wolfe vs Joseph Joll
"tjli i,,r D' oiler vs A Mrsinrr with notice
'v'tenin;er A Ranch vs Black A- Fisher
I luelu line Ihe ti.. i i hn.l.-r , mud of iron. 1 b aerew ia
imi in-h.-a in iii-iui, t. r, Hith a heavy V thread ent on
It. The tn-am i.t the pre... in ctil trim lliatead of wood
i Ulaile rmj Ae i ry. and the thread nf the nut rut for firnr
inrhes ihrouirli it. I ne f.iwer ol the presa u very murb
iii.-reasi-l.an.l en not lie broken by auy fairmeana. Th.
arranir-nient of the Till,, and other f.artu of tba preys, ia
very irtirleet. The Uixea and bo per are ail di-rt tatlttl
toellier; Ihe journal., run in ion jr tieannirii; and. last
ly, ilie w,irkm;oi-hip .hall not l,eexeellel by any ma
etiine i f the kind .hiite.eriwrfeetiun oeinir the aim,
both in tbe arrangement and meehanieal department.
Imprnveaienls for s."i. Tba foltnwinjr are aome of
tbe ui.proreineiits ail-lea th. year : The framea ar. put
together with joint Ih.Mh. a fly-wheel I1-' inchea in di
ameter, inntead nf ID inehea, han been added. Tbe form
or lb. teeth baa been rhanffed, so as to a-ake tbetn
criiid eaier and freer. Entin-ly new praring haa tieen
eonstrm t'd. and the upper r tinder hn been (reared
down, an thut in eonnerlion with the teeth or ryliuder it
pi. all itrind uoieh eaider. lath allthew improvetnenta.
it i belii-reil tliat there ia nomill in ihetnark.tlbatwill
crind ai fait or with ao little imwer. nor ia there any one
that is made in a better or more perfect mauner.
All peranna who hare been ohMpd to me the old-fash
i'ined nut mill, are aware bow inconvenient it ia. and es
pecially thoie wbo have not larce quantitie of applea.
Ilv harinir tliii mill on your plantat.nn or farm, you can,
atany time, in a few minutes, make a few gallons of
ws-t elder for present use : or you ran very eXiedilioua
ly make up a few barreln. Tbe Machine, well worked, ia
rai'able of makmir u to 12 liarrela of cider a day, with
en.. It I. made to run by boriw, ab-am or hand-iower,
and when the apt-lea are around, a boy of fourteen yeaxa
ot aire can preaa the pouiace with all eaa..
The following may be adduced as Ihe deci
ded advantages ol this Mill: and we uniIe ..h yoa. we carry ,ie
-u .,iio..-iii-n.iiu...... -i-ips' ,., me Heart ot tne jjemocrauc party.
williaciten uuantitv of apn ea in a siren Om.. and i ' ' . . . .. '. .
r(4f to carry it beyond State limit; WE
DENY THE POWER of any citizen to attend
j tuc an.a of b-juuage beyond us present
dominion, nor do we consider it a part ot
the compromise of tbe Constitution that
slavery should for ever travel with the
adraaoiog columns of our territorial pro
Io 1S49, ths above was advocated as!
good Democracy in Ibis State. Now these
same Demueratio leaders call it Sswardism,
and denounce those who still advocate it
as fools, fanatics and abolitionists. Who
will say that Democracy never changes 7
Col. Forney's Speech.
At a recent meeting of the anti-Buchanan
Democracy of "old Berks," Col. John W. For
ney was present by invitation, and delivered
one of his characteristic speeches. In alla
ding to ihe venerable occupant of the Presi
dential chair, the Colonel said :
"Let me call your attention to the chief
cause of this state of affairs. The county of
Berks has never been friendly to James Bu
chanan. It distrusted him in ihe days of 18S4,
in ihe davs of I83S, in the days of 1844, in ihe
days of 1848, and in the days of 1853. Why
was this! He certainly had iulellFct: he
certainly had hiRh personal character; he
certainly had distinguished himself in the
nation's councils as an able statesman. No
man denies to him these attributes. Why,
then, was it that the honest Democratic yeo
manry of Berks county alone mistrusted him?
Cjr"lt was because the descendants of these
verv Revolutionary leaders to whom I refer
red, had convinced you that he was unsound
in Ihe faith of the Democratic party-
He then tells them how .Mr. Buchanan was
absent in England, and thus had escaped
committal on the Kansas Nebraska bill, how
he bad pledged himself to Popular Sovreignty
in 1856, and how in 1853 be had forced all
honest Democrats into opposition to his Ad
"They misunderstand ns entirely. We
have no terms to make but these. Give as
ihe principles we ask, and give as the man
white man. It would elevate slaverv. in- 1 JoaBS ot PWP-M1-I -PPr-
deed it has already done it, to the ruiin- ,aee' "J ouce the 0o1' hoPe of wldow
powerinthc nation, and instead of sha- eJ mT in Llnc"ler. -rrest.d in
ping our legislation to the welfare of free ! ,hat Pkce' few d"Js '8' bJ lLe Poli"
while men. all its efforts, under the man- ' 10 Be ,en' 10 "ouso 01 "-""P' 10 res"
as ihe physical physician always seek. We
beo southern jieniiemen to stu.tv the philosr.
phy ol me ca.e, auj to try abstinence from
adjectives until tne natural taste returns. en agemeut 0f itg Soutbcrn masters, is to el
fed on made dishes ot a complicated sort be- c . . . '
come insensible lo simnle tastes, aud torso t tend the area of slavery, to increase
the pleasure of iheir youth in bean porridge productiveness of slave labor, to add to
hot and bean porridge cold. Sometimes, after , ... , ,. ,
a long sleep of the simple senses under .he Bt6ru ell-'BleDt while the white work
load of peppers and condiments, a single , ing men of the North are to be choked
week's abstinence will revive the intense 1 jown ,Q aQ c( wilh gouh j
pleasure originally derived from the elemental 1 '
.i. i... . n i,,-,, ,,e "LoJcr such aL'L'ression the work-in"
misled'fnends lo come-back to nouns, com- I men of tho North have for years struled tbe Pride ,Dd hP f the Pa,ernal ut,"
cue ber from one of tbe sinks of inquity
tije : through which so many females are going
down to ruin. Ihe Lancaster Lxjireu
gives a most distressing picture of female
morals in that city. Many, "of respecta
ble family connections, themselves moving
in respectable society, and many of them
VOTIl'E is luTt'liy iven lo all con-
X 1 ccrned.thr'.t the fo'lovciii? named persons
hive settled their accounts in the Register's
tl;fice at I.eirisbur. 1'ninn c.ountv, and that
the said accounts u-i!l be prcM-nicd forcontir
iiiattun and allowance al the Orphans' Court,
t" be held at I.nWISliruti, for the county of
I'nion, tin the third Friday of Hi PTE. MB EH
next, hem?; the Kith d.tv of said month, viz: -
1. The Account nf Agnes Wilson, Execu
trix of John F. Wilson, uhn was one of the
Administrators of J..ii Hi, lale of ihe Bor-
n:h of Haitlelon. de'd.'
2. Th- Account of John t!. Linn, Admin- j
i-iralor of Frnlrrirb Wilkcr, late of the Bor-
t iirh of MitUmhtiri, Ac' A.
3. . The Acconnt of Thomas Haves, Guar- !
ilian ff'feor-e 1'. and .Yunry Uisoi, mintir
children of "Samuel Wilson, de'd. j
The Account of Maria Zimmerman.
-Mtninistrairti of .oen Zimmermen, lale pfj
1-itnr-tnne "J"p , !c'd. j
wuii mui-b lesi li,bor and exrenae.
.VcomT. it will inake cleaner and tweeter elder than
any oi.l Hi le unit. I
T iird. Von ran make the eiiler yon waut It, and !
wii-n Ton want it; and iu ijuaiitities trotn one gallon to
y-ryiih. With it yen ean presa your Cnrranta, Cher
ries, llerrii l.t'lieeae, Uulter. l.anl, ami Tallow.
tijih. With iu lueyou can at ail times hmva freih
an, I iwi-i t ei.ler.
W ith all Hi.- aitTantaeea reaultine from the poiseiton
anl u-e of in- h a Mai-bine at a ,rir so low that it ta
wilbiu tlie reirii of all ran it be that any ibtellitfent
1-rnii-r would do witliout it?
The annexed KECOMVEyOATIO.X is a
st-ectmen of Ihe raanv ores received :
l.irini; thenait winter. I h -.J - ve- al tioat loads ofap
I ie. to inske Into ri-iiT. and .1 .or d one -.f ' UinioK'S
I", aro-LE i iM.a Mill-,'" and l- lit.- tl.at, with two bamta.
I S,u,d make eil-t and Time l-arrela of ci ler aday
the mi-u iioty workinE ty di lulu in the .hurt deyf
ofwint. r 1:. mill n..t .-0 oi,ii'.iruie.l iu ih-mn.t nar.
fe. t ami .at'MarinrT minu.r. hutwoiki-l with rem.rka
l.le ri - ai.d wilh aem.ill ain.iunt ot i-ower. I tried oth
er oorlsl ie nulla, hut none Ihat worked with half th.
ea-e or ..f ll.d.ok't Mil'iM CWre Mill;" and I
Can -a tell recommend n in irelolenea to all nlher.
liam.i.ur. June l'i. ititf. CJAKLfcU XUNI9.
Mr. t hnlte. of broom, rouuty. New York. writM that
he. Willi on. hand, went from farm to farm with on. of
ttli-ee Milli-, and made vier one friMUufid Oarretl ol ckler
in tlie tall ot lhS.
I"Morr than o nrtmacD Silver Medals
and Diplomas have been given to this Mill
within the last four years.
The pioneer in the line, we claim that this
Machine is the BEST one in tbe Market on
the following points:
I.t. It win grind the aajteat, faster! and in tha moat
I'd. The 1'r.aa Is Ihe atmnleat and moat powerful, and
quirkeat bandied. It la not hampered up with a num
ber of eervwa and eoe-whwla, wbirh ereab. enouch frw
tmn to destroy ita nulity. 11 i well Bade and sold at a
nTThe Mill occupies aboot two-and-a-half
by Ihrce feet, four feet hijh, weighs 370 lbs,
every wav portable and convenient. Price
40. Address W. O. HICKOK, Agt.
JtiymS Eagle Works, Harrisborg, Pa
pnr.fiNe wanticf ehacjf nf rlimate for health, see ad
x trueiuieul vi liaaiaioiitcn Land, kuctaer
Come, then, to us ; stand up with us lor them,
and we will unite wnb you; but come tern
pest, and night, and disaster, we will not unite
wilh yoa upon tbe basis of the policy of this
Administration, tne nay lor mimsops nas
gone by. Laughter and applause. The day
of promises Drtore ana lies alter an election
has gone by. Renewed applause.) The day
fur cowardly public men has gone by ; ihe
dav and let me say it looking my gallant
friend Major Schwartz, full in the tacr the
day for the tribe of the genus of Ulancy Jones
has gone by, and gone by, thank God, for
He then tarns to Senator Douglas, whom
he extols as the very quintessence of Demo
cratic Popular Sovreignty, who ought to be
and must be nominated at Charleston in 186".
and concludes on the next October election
as follows :
"One word more: We have a duty to per
form in October next. The Administration
has placed its Stale ticket upon a plain and
distinct platform. It tells yoo that every man
who votes for John Rowe and Richardson L.
Wright votes in favor of its platform, which
declares ihat Ihe people of the Territories
shall have no right to control theirown affairs
in their own wav, and ihat if they take a vote
upon the slavery question and abolish slavery.
Congress must intrrvene to put them down,
and uphold Ihat institution asminst their will.
I have to say lor myself that I shall refuse to
vote for that ticket, and I hope that every
Democrat who stands upon the platform of
Mate rights, and believes in popular sovreign
ty and Ihe justice of the movement we have
inaugurated and carried on, will do the same.
Let fossils and fogies complein.if they choose,
nf this action; they will submit. There will
be no difficulty about that ; and after we bave
defeated the Administration upon its platform,
r e ran come together in 1S60 npon the old
diob and proper, and to the single acts, as ex
pressed when we say John shouts James.
Why shonld John berate, pester, persecute,
torture and torment the said James, loading
him with opprobious adjectives mini he sinks
from actual physical inability to read them,
when the simple process above named would
at once put an end to ihe whole matter? We
pause to hear a reason.
Is aiFLT to Tat aaovs. Ma. Aiacx hi.xiis cs
Pica Tor tlie .tdjccUic.
Dear Editor, in mercy spare
The adjectives I pray:
For, which ot all the pans of speech
Are beautiful as ibey .'
The nouns are muscular and strong,
The verbs a working crew ;
Yet, robb'd of gentle adjectives,
Pray what could either do !
Could you, sir, occupy your place
Withiu your cushion'd pew,
On Sunday morning, minus coat
And vest so bright and new !
A pretty spectacle you'd be
A man of your position.
Among the fashionable saints,
A naked politician !
And would you send denuded nouns.
In size though they are -routers,"
Parading through the public prints
Without their coals and trowsers !
Don't harm Ihe gentle adjectives!
How could Alphonso tell.
Without their aid, his geuile love
To gentle Anabell !
And how could General Ilag-o'-wind
Without their a. it impart
To gaping crowd-, ihe mighty thoughts
Which thrnl his nullity bean!
How could excruciating tales
Sensation papers fill !
And Ihus the wordy tortent turn
The "literary" null!
That mill supplies the mental food
Kor "young America,"
Of which, ihe more your children cat,
The emptier still are they !
No odds how "Pa" may growl or eurse,
The boy must have his bread :
This magic phrase unlocks the purse
Of precious Jliw'ry adjectives.
Can't ihe dry norse so kind
Make such delicious catnip lea
To soothe ihe "weekly"' mind?
Dear, kind, benignant Editor !
O hear my plaintive prayer :
The brilliant, beauteous adjectives
In tender mercy spare !
The amount of 86000 tax on unseated
lands in Schuylkill county, returned into
the Treasury of that county during S. K.
Ke-poer'i term of office as Treasurer, has
recently been fonnd to be missing. This
makes Kepner'f defalcation to the county,
ith interest, a little upwards of $10,000,
and will fall heavy on his bondsmen. His
defalcation to tbe State was upwards of
$30,000, of whteb bis bondsmen bave paid
$10,000, tha full amount of bis security.
So lays the Miners' Journal.
on, until 'tornearance ceased to be a vir
tue,' and contrary to the advice of those
who bave hitherto been their political
leaders, tbey united in the formation of
tho American Republican party, while
Webster and Clay, and Wiuthrop and
Crittenden, held aiouf, aud others of their
leaders went over to the Democracy.
Hence you had that nearly all the leaders
"differ from common bawds only ia the
success with which they conceal their
loose conduct from the eye of their friends."
The Expret attributes this monrnful im
mortality to what we bave often represen
ted as being the besetting sin of tbe age
fathiun. Tbe editor says :
"The love of dress and display, beyond
one's means, is becoming tbe hideous, liv-
rol. After that, he was allowed to accom
pany them in tbeir excursions. When 11
years of age, being out alone on the Broad
Mountain, with no weapon but his gun, ha
got in pursuit of a large bear, on which be
fired, but did not kill ; on he followed an J
shot 9 times, the 0th killed Liu, bis weight
was found to be 400 lbs. When Mr. Co
ble came to this county be erected bis
building and cleared out his farm, occa
sionally bunting and trapping as time
would permit, as game was then plenty ia
these extensive barrens and mountains ;
in 1S"22 be was tbe most successful, having
killed during tbe year 1 panther, 6 wolves,
and 2? deer, beside a number of foxes and
other small game. Many instances of
great daring and bravery mibt be tuld,
but wc deem it unnecessary."
Gold from the Graves.
Tbe aboriginal inhabitants of Centra!
America, or those people who occupied it
at its discovery by the white men of the
East, and many nations in South Ameri
ca, bad a custom of burying tbeir dead
surrounded with gold. In one instance a
corpse has been discovered embalmed io a
case of beaten gold, and from one tomb,
gold to the amount of S92I,000 had been
taken by tbe Spaniards in the sixteenth
century. This mining among the graves,
or huacas, as tbey are called, became of
such importance that tbe Spanish crown
sent over commissioners to collect a royal
ty of one-fifth of all gold so obtained, and
this produced a handsome revenue. For
some time these peculiar place rt have not
been much worked, bat still from New
io it monster et tne liuusenom. tne ex
of this great party have sprung up from . travatrant expenditure of money upju
the ranks of the people. Many of tbem ' such useless and unsatisfying objects as ' Granada and I'eru, tbey bave sent several
were once members of the llcmocratic par-; fashionable finery, by those whuui I'rovi- j thousand poands' worth annually to Eog-
aence nas oiesseu wuu amucuce, is oau i tand wnete ,t na8 Deeo melted dawn at
the British mint. By a late California ar-
colitical leaders. Thus has originated the ,i.,.i k."-..i. ihm i.l ,J rival we learn that similar discoveries have
party of the people, and its destiny is not ' "talents" eutrusted to his stewards, which ! been mai'8 DTid" Chiritiui, tbe gold
accomplished, its course is not run, until be will require again at their hands, triVA : being in the form of roughly cast images,
which were buried with the dead, evident,
ly as votive offerings to some deity of
It tctiili. olii,.d iMivra Wlii,.c hut n.-irl.
,,' , , . ., . c ' , 1 enoujih showing, as it does, that this
all of them at that time wero uuknown as cf , ,l, ; ,y,,,m ki..: - ,i,
j ClHBS luizuk l ii. . iu tuwa u.VJO.iij; kULiil
J bus has originated the r.o.l h,. marrlv rivrn them wealth aa
the Government of the nation is placed in ' '-"'; hut when this love ol display be-,.,,-,.
. ,, , ... ! comes the infatuation of those in bumble
the bands of those who will shape It for I l .
. , , i , , : lle, and of limited means when it lays
Ihe weitare of free men, and not for the j hM of tbe gernt girI( aBlj the j,ughter
strengthening and uivaDeiug of slavery j 0f ,he poor mechanic when we see them
aud slave labor. sacrificing everything but virtue and honor
"Where, then, is tho white working ' to ape the bigger m.mkcy dolls of fashion
man who will not go with all his heart for ( then we ha?9 fooJ . 80D ,0 f"r ,L,at
r., - t r .i i. u .this insidious evil will in time ssp tbe
the success of the pnuc.ples of the hepub- - fiundltI0ns of nonor auJ vlrtue
lican parly ? If there is such a ono be is SilJ , je prujM ,D j CJ.nic.( that we
cither ignorantly or wilfully neglecting , (ra drawing au imaginative picture, and
his duty to his country and the personal i erecting a moral dungeon in Ihe air. We
interest of every freeman ia the Uuion. j kuow something whereof we affirm. We
couiu name at ieast six cases, iu illustra
tion, which bave come under our profes
If be votes with the Democracy he votes
to degrado and impoverish free white
wotkingmen, and ti strengthen., extend
aud increase slavery ami slave labor to the
great injury of Ihe whole country, (excep
ting Ihe slave-holding aristocracy,) and to
degrade and cheapen Ihe labor of free
white men, until they are placed on an
equality with tho working classes slaves
of the South. Is not this as plain as
siooal observation within tbe past year.
We could pile illustration upon illustration,
drawn from tbe history of tbe poor wretches
who now fill tbe bawdy houses that dis
grace our city. Fashion is the Juggernaut
of civilization, at whose wheel parents too
often unconsciously assist in lashing their
daughters, discovering their danger when
too late to rescue tbem.
"When this love of dress and fashiona-
Ihe sun at noonday ? If so, what white : ble display becomes a disease of tbe weak
The Detroit Advertiser says that the
lavet ran off by old John Brown, of Kan
sas, and who arrived at Windsor, (' W-,
early in tbe sprin?. are all doir; well.
working man in this State is fool euougb
to vote for his own damnation ? Is there
"We trust not. If there is, let him
stuJy this subject in all its lights and
shades, and he will see that bis duty to
bis country, as well as to himself, his fam
ily, bis children, and his children's chil
dren, to tbe remotest generation, is ta
stand np for free soil ! frke labor !!
ASI) FREEDOM FOREVER ! ! 1"
A man, named Samuel Newman, wbo
had some lime ago broke jail at Danville,
was arrested in Sanbury, and lodged in
jail to await the action of the Sheriff of
Montour county. Ho bad been secreting
himself in I'oint township for soma time,
and afterwards came over to Suobury,
where, while lounging around in tbe eve
ning, he was recognized and arrcstad.
Tbe Douglas men are forming a new
Secret Society, known amoDg themselves
as "The Spartacs."
mind, like the depraved appetite of the
drunkard, it craves continually for the un
natural sustenance. If its wants can not
be supplied through tbe means of honest
industry, or the proceeds of legitimate
labor or inoome, Satan, ia the person of
some foul libertine, artfully disguised as a
gentleman, ia ever ready to tempt tbe
frailty of human nature and the eases
brought under our observation al various
timet too sadly prove with what success."
A man wbo keeps a anake show, was
bitten by a rattlesnake, few days ago, at
Uarrisburg. At first he was in a very
dangerous oondition, but drinking a quart
or two of whiskey saved bia life. There
seems to be no use in anake poison trying
to outdo modern whiskey.
At Milwaukie, recently, a rbjsiciao,
named Andrew Lutzgen, committed sui
cide because bia "wife scolded him day
and night." He was victim of an evil
ancient worship. Ibere is now a great
emigration to these novel "diggias," aud
report says that gold is very profuse. But
we are inclined to think Ihat after tbe
country bat been ransacked by tbe Span
iards, there can not be so trucb as rumcr
would bave ns believe. Dr. Ktis, tbe sur
geon of tbe JJies Tuyfor, baa brought
some specimens to New York, and among
tbem one representation of the bat, tha
eagle, the peccary, the frog, and other an
imals. The largest, representing a bat, is
about five inches in width, and weighs six.
ounces. Tbe gold is generally about 20
carats fine some of it slightly alloyed
with copper and is worth as mcrchandiza
about 17 the ounce; but, as objects of
curiosity, the images are sold on tha spot
for 20 the ounce. The images are cast
and polished, and exhibit much ingenuity
in the modeling. Tbe people by whom
such objects were made must bave been
considerably advanced in civilization. Tha
study of American antiquities will doubt
less be advanced by the discovery of these
remarkable images, and we thick that
they should be preserved, instead of being
thrown into the refiner's melting-pot, like
an unfashioned nugget, ox scaly dust.
Tho Pikea Peaker's continue lo hont
for gold, with varied luck. Geoerally,
however, Greelej'a worda prove exactly
true, "There is gold there, but digging is
the hardest way to get it" The people ia
tbe legion aro moving for another new
Territory, or State, to beaalled "Jefferson."
Petersons Bank Note List for Augu-t
is 01 oar desk. It contains descriptions
attighty new counterfeits, all of which ttve
made tbeir appearance since J uly 1st. We
do not see bow aay busintu ana can safe
lv do without Peterson.
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