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THURSDAY, AUGUST 1:!, ISCS.
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GEX'L. ULVSSKS S. GRAXT.
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HON. ft'JILUYLKil COLFAX.
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G PXPPAP JACOB M. CAM Til 'ALL.
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FOR ST.VTK f KNATOa :
IIOX. 11APUY wurn:.
COT NT V TJCKKT.
A.f"-,lly J A NIKS MOi.LHY, Johnstown.
'j'rotlonrtary i. M. CM HIST V. G.illiUin.
Co m m i'v i' nrr JOS. Cit'.JYLM. Crcvt tp.
j . avc-g -:. sFrrTM:,.n)Vr:ir,snm.
Auditor GKOUGI I.. GI.ASGUU, White.
Surr-' tr !. A. YP.'KIlOY, Jolmslown.
Iv.tJsalnf o ry.
A Pepul-iiean jearnal :it the county
3at f Cambria county hein.tr a v't?:t .o
palprthlo ass to he apparent to the mtvt su
perficial ol server, a: nl a want which li.ts
.trwn si grievous as. to be almost unendu
rable, tlio .subscribers have dochL-Jl to
supjily that want by the renewal of the
publication id'Tut: Ar.r.r.eniANlA?;.
As la retoh re. The At.bi:?. ham vn will
be unmistakably U-epnblieun i:i ji.h! us.
It will lo battle for Grant and Cd.:. x. i-.-v
llarlranft and C.iapVll. ibr Movrell and
"White. I'm- the Popublloan s( .".da; .bbear
ors evcryv, lo-re believing. as v.e s nioeri !y
(It, that in 1 ho trinn.ph of tied p'.rty and
the perpetuity of it- prinelplos; can pee.ee
and security ibr the lie ublbj ;d"'.ie be
Hut p. .1 1 ties and matters dl'lc.d will
not be allowed to enuro.-s our columns, to
the exclusion of all else. We wit! each
week lav before our readers an atrre'a'.bh
variety of p try. tales, sketches, i-i u'ia
phies, eorre.-pondciiee. facet i.e. Me., wuh
an cpit one of current foreign and dotnes
tie news, while particular attention will be
paid t tlie local dep;irln:ent. The fanners
will always find a eol iam devoted to iie-ir
inter, st.s on the fourth pae.
Tn brief, we will endeavor to print a
tjmtj in , j"'r n eh r-n one as wul com
mend itself to the profos- i"'.rd man and
the business laan. to the mechanic and to
the weikinic man, to the man about town
and to the. man in the country, to all clas
ses of society.
"With this brief intr--.iiK-tory. we enter
up-:!! the t..s!; before im. appealing To th.
jiublic for that measure of support of wh;ch
we ma.v be !"a:nd v. orth.y.
One '.vor.l more : A''e w:uit it distinct
ly understood that Ti:i: Ar.LEni.VNtAX
will i.'d be a "c.impain aTer" printed
till the Xovember election and then dis
continued. Vv'e have bought, at consid
erable expense, a new outfit of type, (as
the reader must have noticed.) and have
cn'jriu'ed in the publication of the pap. r
with the fixed determination of making it
a ji.''.'.'iojci' iitsft'ittio.i.
J. T. nt TCIIINS.iN,
111). r. M F.S.
The oulv moment. .us question involved
in the Presidential campaign now opening,
is that in regard t" reconstruction. 'I he
financial condition au l p Ih'V of the coun
try is of vast importance, and dcs-rve.- the
closest attention of the ablest minds, but
it has not, exeep' in one of Its details,
been made an issue bef.re the people.
That detail Is v. hcther the nuerv.-t of cer
tain boml.; shall b.i p ud in p tp--r or gold.
Its decision may cllVct tlie hon.-r aad
v.u -nev credit id' the v.overneat. and will
l'atteu or dei'-.-te th? or- -s of certain
h'.-I lei of government V-nds. bee 1: can
have no coii-'.l- ! ,-bi cflct on the i'e.lu.e
of the. country eh her ' c oua'rns internal
or extern..! p. 'iley. or ihe local cu-Loe s
the pe;.c;. and v.-(.-t ',:y of tie- p. -pi '.
;; man d.ua - . : i i ' to pr'-- th ; tlie
trovensnient dr-il shrii.k i;otn iu!.;;I::-g ev
ery lett'-r of the le.TV res- ' thewar lo
The dl.-i.ute rises f,-,-a ? i:-e ofe:;
pivrs words. The with .-' ,-e a.-:- tu. '
b.' given. reg trd the present, to the
shiale ph :- othaw ileanchii sv-t-'ai bn ue'ht
into ci ntrcvev-v is v.'ie-tlier :'':ne C l:,'h
('". -h -ill be r 'f:'l .ed in the trcas try
f the t'n:.ed ."'tale- r he paid out a.- in
terest oti ccrte.iu heel- As rog.ii tree
futnre.it amount to no m re than this.
that th: government in !.., .w lug y
will hi'rce.fter be expected ph:!:dy to .-'p-uhite
whether the io! r. so -h oi be in go'd
or pap t. Our reliirn t p'.'.e pay.neni.
would j) ui'i.-h the vleee sjuesri: u iV--va the
realms of discussion nsoe .eie'.ly than the
ravi of the ihcvuing snu dl;e! the ci eels
Put not so with tho pio ui-ea of recon
struction. The manag-o lent (f that pies
tiou iuvolve-j both the present and th f'i
UiVi in n iiu?an de.g; ce. 1 1 is easy to as
sail Coeprvs-) ibr the manner in wh'f h it
ha- pe '.'.. rued lis t t-h. jt:-t a ; '" v.a :;M
easy to assa.il it had it taken a course dl
rectlv h opposition to the one it bs cho
sen. It was simply an impossibility that
the frcedmen should be left out of consid
eration in the w rk of restoring the south
ern States. To rrcon.-truct cr restore
with; :i ref.-renec to them, was to lei.-late
auai::.-l them, for such a course must nec
essarily leave them to cope without weap
ons aainst their late owners armed with
power. Had Conuress madly pursued such
a p llcy. every slum) in the northern
States. JV.im .Maine to Oregon, would have
resounded with the cries of Democratic
orators at the perfidy of the I'cpublican
party in first freeing the blacks and then,
at an opportunity more splendid than
could occur ;e'aln in the lifetime of the
c -.intry. abandoning them to their fate.
Such cries, whether sincere cr not. would
have had in them the sharp stin-r of truth.
That b ly cle se the only other policy,
that of protcctiny; the blacks and ail other
unionists in tie- south in all the riyhts of
free u. en ami ckl.ens. and naturally enouyh
the ik-n.-.-.cratie cry i that Congress lias
Iey;is!ated for iho "niyeer" and not f r the
Southern pecple." that is, these who
carried on the rcbciil rnVIhe grandest
j-eiuiatieti of the aevtion that Ciuvjrress
has played the tyrant, has u.-uiped the
riy.lit.s of the South and d:ced an iron heel
on the necks of the pi- pie. yl tres forth in
the present attitude 1' the late leaders and
adveeatesoi' the r. b-Jie.'.l. So lull are they
o! animety to the u::tional r-.vornvciit,
so dull :f tl-.e h-b-.: of the late confederacy,
s.i inll of hate to the ia th a!:d of citizen
ship and it.- rights to the bd.tcks, that the
Xcw Yoik J '.;. . earcluilv avoiding to
;i!'i!s.i a !;i:e (U a- y
if their fire-eatinir
p-eches. is yet cm-trained to declare them
chile th ('inci':!':0 i AV"V.r,
, .auiiig cie:::..cr;.t;e ap-er
in tie; ve.-t. i-j-a l- and r-. pndlates tie in
alfogeiher. Tie? '.vlmleltue and cry age.in.-t
C..ng rc-ss amounts t . rhl-'. aiot tins only,
that it ha--protevted all uniieii-ts ami given
pr- i'via nce to all unlonl-H as aeainst all
oil,- r. and i Joth-ed the emancipated blacks
with the rights of eitizen-h'p and the right
of .-uHVag-e. That is the whole oifenee.
li has t degraded any. nor put the badge
of .-crvltude nor a mark of odium on any.
but oiilv raised the fallen and cheered the
hint. That is lis crime. God grant that
ii mnv continue to be ihs erk-.:o. X" man's
lite ha i - a t...:Cen. -No ii;.;o s nOertv na- j
been v.uv.-:ed iV.uu him. No man's pr j
( y has b. en .ej:.:ea!-d y this iiiuth
ah us. d 'i ii'Tt ss. . - -
Now. had the llemooratie ptirtv been In
power, it must have done what Congress
has done, er taken ealy one otlovr c ourse.
Mither. it must have m i. ct-.-d a1! unionists
and enfranchised the bl.icks. or h it all
unionists to their fate, and .iven to the
men v h.o had pi tted the ia ia Hi n arid who
w. re educated in it, the complete eon-
i i'.il over th - bodies and property of the
freeuti.cn. hu us take but one re.-ult of
this policy. j'eur neiHi"ns of human be
ings, born on c.ir soil, wde so ancestors
were here since our own lathers- first con
tended with tlie red man, would be left
.-tripped of every legal means of self-defence,
completely in the hands of their late
owners, a prey to be robbed of every na
tural and legal right and of every means of
cihieatio!" ;,nd amelioration of their eond;
tloo. -"o truth is plainer than this, that
nnv portion of a community deprived of
the legal means of defending their natural
and ciii rights will be wr ng. d in person
and property by their stronger fellows.
As a consM uence-, tie. v mi!.-t ciiiie-r sink
into ahjett slavery or defend themselves by
phv-'c.il face. ilut ne-u t nee having
ta.-ttd tle; -wc; is of liberty will not tamely
sink into b-as la;ve. I It nee it is that in
evi ry ir e cai:i;:unl;y a large body ofpeo-
: despolle.l of what they know to be
ihe'r vi'ehis :ve like a r-motihlovitrr lire in a
p- ;'iVu r.
Yet iho deoua-ratlc
-t ;ie. ii:an h :p t 1 1 -d ty would prvdi:cs
ju-e r.ivli a state id' nhair?.
W ?: rint n (.or llr-1 page
to-d :v a
b:- e.-.e.-ueai doti.i ;a Gen. Jae--,f
.n-ph-di. --::r ce.ndl-iaf e ibr re-election
:d . c
t tl-.e (..ilice d r-'ui'vey.-r General of the
4uu Gen. C.t::;j.b..dl i- a resident of our
; e.vn c.-nnty. a.: i is ... f the me.-t pojiu-
j n-i :. ' :. iii it. Fv-. ;. 1: -'y hi'.re knows ex
! uvlv v to I. i-; auil irf.-it he i- ; yet it can
I ,;:; read -rs le. h:.r n to l-elro.-li their
nieee-rhs as U k ai" ti- 'nt ci' his general
career by reading the sketch. ld",
i ) -.: . '--et.-d S;;: v,-v,;v Genev;d !,v t1 .-
'i L; - year, x,U majority
,h; .a reaeh lh.(;i);)
As will he seen by the p
th-' P.- pnhl'cn Senatorial Conference for
ties district, publi-hed tdsev.diere. Gen.
Harry White lias been un:.nimou.dy re
nujiiin.dvd as cur candidate for State Sen
ator. '1 he General lias already served
tw terms in the Senate, and his record
is riji'.t. He has proved n faithful repre-
v;..,i-i; j ,-e of the v. ill of his con-.lituonts,
land his re-men'. n.uic.n by the urn-nimeus
voice of tlie district is a compliment as
' o-crit'-d a- it i- f:pJ.'opriate.
After a month's delay, Ilorati?, the
unwilling candidate of the faitliful, has
formally accepted the nomination for the
Presidency. If his letter of acceptance is J
an index of what would be the length of
his State papers in the improbable event
of his election, then we pray, "Good Lord,
deliver us" from such an afdietion. It
contains about two thousand and fifty
words. Xot wishing to perplex our read
ers these dog-days, we condense his mijdity
flux of words :
The nomination "was unsought and un
'I have been caught up by the over
'I find myself unable to resist the pres
sure." (I'lairiarism from the imm;rt:d
I accept the nomination.
I stand upon the platform.
1 have waited a month before writing
this letter to see if Congress wouldn't f do
something to give me a chance to tty
Congress means not to let anybvr.ly V",tc
leiit liepublicans and niggers. T hat's why j
they took a recess instead of adjourn In;?.
'"Without distinction of party, there i.
a strong feeling" in favor of making me
The people might just as well elect roe
and Plair as not, ibr we couldn't do any
harm at any rate. Congress wouldn't let
us. but our influence would be good.
1 have no mere personal wishes which
mislead my judgment as to who ought to
be the next Pre-ident.
I love tho Constitution.
There are no attractions in the Presi
dency which deceive mv judgment.
I may with liror.ricty sav that no Pr. -i-
oeiuiai camieiaios were ever as v men j
crowed over as me and Prank Pk-ir.
Put w llh thi crowim: Piair and me havenh j
auvthiiur to d-.
o elect i:h
e-eraey crow because they want
All the "- Idlers are going to vote f.-r jo.o
I can't (b ubt that the people are going
to elect me and Pi. dr.
Till elected. I aiiJ. truly, 'our,s, Horatio
At ud-.lnight f-i T ursd.iy night, in Y"ash
incton. Thaddeiis Stevens breathed hi:- la -i .
in the 77th vear of his re-e. He wrw fhe !
i : or
w ! I
ich t-i- !
the war a great actor m tnc
event fat lil.-tory of our times. Sir. te-j
ras' l;a:ne has been as fnunliav in tlie '
p- IIties i.f the 'cenntry Ibr thirty years ns
a -hon-.-h-dd Arerd." lie was f r-t a :neni
ber of the I'ennsvlvania Pe'eisla.ture.
vhere, in he introduced ;tnd p:'..-sel
the great Common Schorl Law of Penn
sylvania, lie was a member, in Pbbo, of
the convention to revise the Constltuiion
of the State. In he was elected to
the :-l-t Conpress, and lias been re-elected
to each succeeding Congress ip to the
present time. In fact, lie b.us been iden
tified with the history of the State and of
the country so long and so intimately a.s
to have become part and parcel ef
that hl.-tory. lie died calmly nnd rir-ace-fully,
after having been permitted to wit
ness the full triumph of the jireat princi
ples v.'hhh, during a long ,'ife. and oiten in
a lu laless mb-orirv. he b-sldlv and conslx-
tentlv advoc-atcd. After life'.-: fitful fever, i
may he sleep well
AVhile the miiitarv Governments cxi-'cd
in the South, they were a .standing s'-.-. h
in trade for democratic orators and pre-----.
Ppeii their removal from these States
which were admitted to representation in
Congress, the same pa pecs and orators
could discern no difierer.ee, for the troops
were 5l1:1 ic.aintaii'.od in these State: as
before. We may add that they likely wilt
be for some time. - JJut the dlfierence is
that under these Governors, the military
power was used f r tho maintenance of
order, while now, though present, it can
interfere onlv on the call of her "Governor
on the President of the United States.
Ir was the boast of ?dr. Lincoln that lie
put all his money into Government secu
rities, and he did it first because he es
teemed it his duty to help the Government
in every way he could, -and second because
he had filth in its preo-i----. Horatio
Sevmouv boasts that he docs not own and
never did own a bond. This boast is based
fii.-t on the wish not io see the government
upheld, and second on the hope and belief
that lis fa i ih will bieuk down and repudi
ation be the fate of the debt. Lincoln had
the utmost faith in Grant, a feeling that
was fully reciprocated. Seymour pro
nounced Grant a "stupendous failure;"
did his uttermost to cause him to fail, arid
mourned over his success.
TATcr.N in connection with the fact
that gold last week made an upward
touch at 50, it may be interesting to
know that, at a corresponding time last
vear it was firm at l-Pl lO.
37 Ive;d our business canls.
2?" our hotel cards.
3?" Read our business advertiienients.
5 Read our special notices.
X-S7" Patroni.e our advertisers.
" ae Seated term is over.
yl7 Jeff. DovLs is in England.
47 Crcsson .Spriags are crowded.
?" Ebensburg will soon have three ele
gant nour church edifices.
XJ7St. Francis College -.Till opea Monday,
y A pew court honie is being built ia
Indi ma. D.idly needed.
tf3 Speaker Colfax and a party have gore
to the Rock- Mountains
25 The rinderpest is killing oft the cattle
in tlift butcher shambles at Pittsbura.
Mrs. Lincoln nnd '-Tad'' have gone to
Bedford s'prings, instead cf to Cnrope.
X.y Do you want a good photograph ta
li en ? Go to Spcnce'e, on Julian street.
0"" It is thought that McCIeil.m is going
to tiike tl;e sp.i-.le for fr'-'yinour and Ioair.
f-l They h.-ivo a 'Gnnt Club'' ia Jouns-to-.Tii.
Vi'e toon will have one in Ehensburg.
X-'vf" The first Atlantic cable has been in-
: jured hy an iceberg, and h is ceased to v.'uik.
Ur'tf The Cir.ciBiiati base 'oa'.I club beat the
Alieg'aanies and Oiyi.iplcs of Pittsburg last
the I c-riocr.ats wore tcr r.iraco wiien
he couatrr v.-ii3 for war
v the country U
at petce and they are for war.
t J It has been puggr-slcd that, the "whel
ming tide'' which h-is caug'at up Si-yr.:our
will probably drown Lira in N) veiabcr.
t'-Sf" ,;But your caivlidate I can not be.'"
Sr.our, July 0, ISO. ut your Erc-?idcat
I cannot be. ?.-:,r.our, November 0, 1SC3.
CSeacral n-.i'p'eoa (
rx Smith ("Major
have both dif-d duria-' the r.re?e:t month.
i ; yJ Alio
Dcraoer.-u-v. with their usvta! cor.- i
..(.y, -,viil vote lor o.yr.iorr ecin?c he j
opposed the war, a -ad for Blu'.r because he j
sueportod it. :
re.?" The fare on tho IViinylvaaia R:t:I-
ri'-id has been roduecd one-half
The rate hereafter wiil h-i tare
X-eD" Tho 'Torrest Drama Association''
is the title of a theatricwl trour.e ia Jdieis
t iv. ii v.'hieh ilun; crowded lica;td two iiiht.5
Hon. D. J. MorrcII, our Reproscr.la-
t've in Congre'S, was prostratea i;y the in-
tense lu-ut d urine; tl:e latter pert of the pes-
sion, in V,hishii;-r")n, bat is no v,- convalescent,
with an ordinance upon its statute b.,ok for-
bidding dr'.nk5:. hou.se
sen oat on Sun-
TTV-i -A .-ti
tne ii; urn irrs :
i:ZJT It is sf.id that since the introduction
of the water work.r inta .Io!:nstov.-ii, wnter
p.;5 ?,.,(.r,-,ie go plenty and cheap that so
of the people of that jay e.nd festive bure; nc-
t-aa'ly propose to use in as a beversie.
j-gy Two ir.c-n, nam c-.l L ine and l'agan,
;;ot drunk in Ilollhh.ys'. ur- recently, and en--ro-id
in a '-ei.-ca.oion with sticks.'' The
latter killed the farmer, and is now in prison
to iiwo.it tried for his Etc. .
i.-Te" Ocnc-ral Carl Schurz will Fpe.ak for
(Jrr-r.t and Co'.fix in Johnsto.vn on Oie 13t!i
instant. A pood many good Union men
would like to see tlie Ccneral penetrate the
enc-niy' country as far up .?. Eberssburg.
. A vomi:; and p. oar colored man, nam
ed Richard Greener, carried ell' the frst prize
for Jeclarr.uthiii at Harvard University against
twenty competitor.-, all wLite. lie lives in
.Mas.'ac'a usetts, and is allowed a vote.
L'ilX" Vt'lien V.'ade II a rap to a left Columbia,
at the sipproach of She raiau's arm;-, he an
no mice d his ir.teiitlon of giiinfr to "Texas or
hcil." Ue didn't go to To: a?, und ns to he'd j
wed, he has jo'.aed tlie Democratic party, j
r.'df" The John -town Ttl'.-unc mildly advi-
J ?cs that some sec-an .Irels in Elu.ns.b'arg who
; have been ilPa-.tr:t:r the capacity of the hu-
n r-.c tor degradation lower than that of
the brutes by throwing vitriol on ladies' dres-H-
s. sh-iul 1 be caeght nod treated to a close
of the fituil' aftc"- takine; tlu-ir cleihcs olf,
tH Covcrnor VTai-mouth, of Lcuisian.t,
has ninde a rc .juisiti in on the President for
troops, with which to preserve order in the
State, The requisition, is accompanied with
numerous documents, tho win. a dc lerraina
ti on to take iulemtaj;e ef cvrry opportunity
of commuting ou'.rrges on the frccdmen ani
jre-r" V.'ilraore, Cambria county, fin impor
tant station on the Pennsylvania Railroad,
has buen proline of accidents by rail and are,
latclv. Thrje or four mishaps to trains have
occurred there wliion the past two months,
and not long ago the station-house was burn
ed down. A new tjation-house, more com
modious and ornate t'uau the other, wiil soon
cover the tile of the charred timbers.
t,r'y 11 -!,'y ',;'i,J'' newspaper,
which gave up the gho.n five months ngo, is
to be resurrected, a:. d will probably make its
appearance next ivc-ck. V.'e certainly
hone that The Alley li-Juhn will henceforth be
i permanent ami p.iyiujr institution. We
fer.r, however, that the defeat of Grant, which
is as certain as fite, will consign The Al'c
y,a.'iidii, as well as its party, to a death that
will never know another resmre-ction."
This fear of the "defeat of Gram" troubled
the Democracy during the war, and lms be
come chronic. Cut Grant wasn't then "de
feated," nor will he be now. If it be. true
that the prosperity of The Alleyhunian de
pends upon the sncces3 ol Grant next Novem
ber, then we imagine wc have a sure thing
of living as long as, if not longer than,
Of the Iranian.
Grcrge "Walters, White tp., Foreman.
Alleghany Francis A. Storm.
Carroll John 0 Eckcnrod?.
Chest Daniel Eckenrodc, John Gill
(deai field John 11 MhMulliu
Crovle Joseph W Pringle
(hjocniangh or Christ lleckcr, Jno
Sieumer, Adam Kowland
Pbcusburg Per John Lb) yd
Johnstown Per Peter Jlcrnick, Ilobt
I Gagcby, Ilobt Parsons
Mil! vide Por Patrick Graham, Sauil
Yocum, Jacob Mar.-h
M u n s t e r Jacob G 1 a ? s
S u - q u e I i a n 1 1 a Henry Miller
Suuiinerhil! Henry Walters
Taylor -Jacob Hoover
Wldte Daniel Donnelly
Y o d e r V i 11 i a m 11 1 J r i d g e
Tit AVERSE JURORS. FIRST V EF.IC.
A'deiihany Patrick Praniff, Juo Can
nery, Charles 'd'Mananiy
Pl ickiick Abraham Makin
Cicarlltdd Tho:na-a Adams, jr, TiuiD
thy C.niey, Samuel Wiil
Conc-nriuith Ah-x Cover, John Singer
Coaemau-!i p..:---.S D Cumin, Nicholas
FrieuhciT, Win Miller, X'r.i Young
Chc-,t Jr'pring.s P r S M Deu-jas
Carrol! '1 ho Ivigt-r, Simon Litziugcr.
Peter Xocl, Wm We.-.klan l
(ihest Nichohis IlellVick
Galiitzin Miehael Cor.raJ
Jolinstuwn P .r Ch tries Pnrncs, Isaac
CliandLr, .J.dni Litz, Wm P Pattun
jj'.rctto Per ."'diciiael Levy
Mil'ville Par Joseph Parroll, j-au
Cr Levi-, Jedm Perry
Fti eh had (Jeo Con ral. Moscj Kring
Sun; mcrhi i! Michael P ran iff, Matthew
Hi tcr, J:.cob Puiigh
S u . i j e ' ; a n a a Theodore P : i k r r
'IV. .1..- i .... !, . . . -.1 i
J, ,,,. j Jj ;ll rc.V) Jacou R Miller, John
j ,, .Jrreminh Vau-hn
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John Fre-h, J.dir, .1 W,-,k!-.ad
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C 'rru.i.o.vu o i, Lender, Ucnry
rcaM in, l.-(i , 1J t: e'Z I
(hiuibrli Pr I)av;a Pevkkct, Daniei
taaitina -iuvan it .je-rgan, m.-uui I
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j Conc.JluUli Per Win Cu.-her, Jes-e
j i afferse-n
i Crovle Vm D Pungb
Chest Paul Vahi.vr
bum P.r W'iili.im Pav
Ib.r Mi a!i
i a i i e s
'v Pa wis d nee- ii el!:che!l
Jaeesoei n iauirn iyets
'Lore! to -.Jus Hertz "I. Sylvester Little
Miidville Ib.T John P.iiLicy, Charles
Colbert, Aiehilald X-dand
M'if!.-'i:-r PennP barren, Peter K.dor
lPchhmd David Costlew, Samuel
Pienner, George Shaffer
S u quel: an o a---. oh :i Ma r r.I en.
Taylor Wm P Gaibiaith, U m Hoover,
William A Mrise
White M Ker-slcr, Pavi 1 Ycunkin
Wihaere Per John M'Col-an
Wa-hington G W Mullin, V PGough
YoJer--Aaron Croyle, Jacob Seigh.
The Conferees of the XX I Id Senatori
al Pi-tsict met in Indiana ( n Thur.-da-,
July '1'jd, to nominate, a candidate for the
Senate. The ioiij'.ving delegates were
O.tmbrtit Cn,!u. elcs-rs. C. T. Ileb
cr's. .Tohr. Per tcr and Ah.s Kcedy.
,!-yf -rs-rit C)'fj. Mr. It. C. Winsiow.
l:,x'rt;,a ('ou-.f'. Ir. V. C. ilehinsm,
Josiah Work :;a 1 Gee. Jl-nv.
tionierei.ee met at ' o'c:oek
itotjert war. cnoscn cnasruiau, tnu e.-ee.
II r. Kctmcdy, of Caeohiia, norninntod
Gen. Harry White l-er Seriate. Xo other
nLfmes being odered, th.e conlerence voted
ununi:nou-iy in lavor ol Geo. White.
Mr. Winsiow cat the v.)te for the Jcifcr
s,,i; county di-b'gafion.
Ttie foimwing reselnvion was read and
"AV.'.-f.'iTo7, That we heartily approve cf
and endorse I lie Logislaiivo eour-e o Gen.
Hairy White, while in tlie Senate ed tho
State. In him we recognize a man of
sterling political integrity, a wise legisla
tor, and a fist fib ml of the intere.-is ol
the people of his Di-trict,- and indeed
throughout tlie whole e uimornvealth. In
view of his past services to h:s constitu
ents, we again gladly present him to the
Popubiic-in valors ol Oamhri.if Indiana
and Jeil'erson cou'.ties, for the clUee of
Senate, aud in the name cf cur people,
dodge him the earnest and hearty sup
port of the party."
Messrs. AVerk and Porter were chosen
a committee to inlorm Gen. White of the
action ol the conference. Mr. White was
waited on by the committee, and was in
troduce! to the conference', when ho biicf
Iv the.!. kel tho meetiu'' lor the action
which i hey had t ihen.
The conference then adjourned till 7
o'eh ek, p. in., fit. which hour they re-as-esnbh-d,
excepting Me-srs. Ilohcrts and
Kenedy, who were obliged to return heme,
and Mr. Window was called to the chair.
Alter disposing ef all unfinished business,
the conference adjourn? 1 fine lie.
ui-:ii:t;r: now, sec'y.
Indiana, July 23, ISoS.
1.:...- i (.lif,v,.n
TflE Democratic Conference for Indi
ana and Westmoreland counties have
nominated llol eit II. MeCoruiick, II. P.
Piper, aud J. M. Ivcuuedy lei Assembly.
QUMMEU GOODS FOR Isr.Qn
WHOLESALE AXD HE TAIL
A. A. BARKER & SO,
High St., EBENSDURG, p ?
A. A. BARKER & SON have received
opened out, at their Store, on Ilijjh sw
tlicir Sunmier stock of goods for 'G8. " 1
MERINOS, PLAIDS, POPLIN
WCAS, DELAINES, pVi'yt
FLANNELS, BLANKETS '
SHAWLS AND CLOAKIXGS,
Evcrv ptvle in the market- '
HOSIERY, ( LOVES, AND KNIt'gOO
HATS 4 CAPS, SOOTS a SHOES.
W II IT 11 GOODS,
cmbnifing neAv styles of
AIXSOOKS. SWI-S MUSLINS. MFLI s
T A K '.ETON'S. V.-IIITE CRINOLIN
BRILLIANT a COUDED SKIRTING '
consisting in part of
JACONET AND SWISS EDGINGS A
1NSEUT1NGS, DIMITY RANDS, COLLARS, SETT
EOBUIN l THREAD EDGINGS a L f
. C'tcij rr tli in ever.
DUPLEX ELLIPTIC SKIP.T,
tli e best in u-e.
Sold at (lie very h ives! nurlr; r:i?,.
II a U S K K F F P I N G G 0 0 Ii SI
DAMASK?. TARLE CO VERS, ChAS!'
j REOWN a DA M ASK T W.LK LINENS.
rRlNCJilD RACK. I'l.M'i:!: AND DA MAS
HONEY COMIi trUILTS.
M ARSLiLL K.S QUILTS.
! ..LI-.aaLi oilUf.
1'lLLoW CASE L
1'ILLOV,' CASI-: Ml'SLIN?,
.SITFiETlNCS. CA1MTTS, Itl'tJS.
HASSOCKS, FLOOR CLOTHS, Ac , 4c,
Of all size--, widths, and prices.
A fail stock of
P P A P Y - A DP C L O T II I N G :
JiOCTS .v SHOES, HATS .j- CAPS,
i e- i iij.xe-, r : i;r vi. c v, & o.
A gcaei ussortmcnt of
1 1 AMID Y A IU1 , QU KE1S S XIE, &g.
V L K D . V L G E T A P LPS,
"Ve Peer, cor.stnntlv on hand
And n general
in this line.
FAMILY G 110 CPU I LSI
We have constantly on hand a ccmjhM
stock of Family Groceries, comprising Ss
pcrhne, Kxtra and family
rh o i 'in
Uiickwlicat and He Flonr, Corn and 0
Jicr.b Hominy, "llnlh-d Ih.rlcy, Ihieon,'
Sii-t-.r r.itcil U."i:i3, Pried Ih-rf.
SjK by the l.c.ne-l, end Sack Salt for Tub'?
use ; Coshen :tnd Western Pcserve
Chute; Crackers of all kinds.
Core-pUto nrrortmcnt cf French Spices.
S; cm'!. Adamantine A Mould Ct'':,i'
St-'js, Castile, llo-in, and nil other kinih-
ilio and Java Coffees.
black, Imperial and Young Hyson Ttas.
liard, Soft, Pulverized anxi
Syrnvs and Molasses of all kinds.
Dried Ajj l'3 and Peaches.
Mackerel, Herring, Salmon.
Coal Oil and Turpentine.
Lurd, V. hale and Linseed Oils.
1'aiits of every description.
Scrub, and Horse Brushes.
V crii is It:
tic, ic, 4fcc, &c.
DR l 'GS A ND PA TEXT XEDICISK-
All kinds of
lit OX AN D NAILS-
Lujinij twice ns large a stock as any
mo-chant in town, we buv cheaper, :UIU
therefore tell cheaper, than any competite-
CALL AND EXAMINE GOODS 1
C A L L A X D K X A MINK G OO US
CALL AND KXAMINE GOOD.!
The public is invited to call before r:1.
sing elsewhere. No charge for so
goods, buy or not buy.
Customers waited on by polite, and ac
r-?r Cherry, Toplar, Spruce, Pine.
other Lumber, liutter, Lggs, arnj ' is
Produce generally, taken in "V