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B. F. SLONII, Edkor.
111:11318: 6/ 60 PER TSAR IN ADVAN CR.
SATURDAY MORN'G. JUNE 4, 1859
State DenkmniAU Ticket.
azgititamom L. WRIGHT.
Who is Responsible ?
The Gazelle still insists that the respon
sibility of the adoption of the two yeas
amendment rests upon the Dernocrany- of
Massachusetts, because they did not defeat
it at the polls. Now, while we do not ex
pect to convince our cotemporary of the
fallacy of such a position, or of the fact
which is patent to every body else that „to
the Republicans of that state the honor
alone due of its inooiptantion in their con
stitution, we are not disposed to let his
party escape from the odiUm of this mesa.
ure through the means of his special plead
ing. We very well recollect, and we ap
prehend our readers do to, when the Ga
zette would not have been so anxious to
"purge its party of contempt" for our for
eign born citizens. At that time--whop
Pollock was a candidate for Governor, and
the members of the moo Republican party
_of Erie county, met in secret phloem to de
vise means to save the country from the
this of our adopted citizens, the ld'amachu.
setts amendment, extended to twenty-one
years instead of two, was a plank in the
platform of the o,:aette's party. But this
aside ; the Gazette wants to know why we
• * not state, for the information of his,
(our) readers, that while, the full Democratic
vote of the State la from 66 3o 60,000, only
35,824 were polled on the question of the
Amendment-20,826 for and 15,200 asornsat
Why doei he not, in a spirit of creditable can
dor and magnanimity, admit that the Demo
crats could have defeated it if they bad been
so disposed ?—tbsit less than one-half of their
number would have availed for that purpose?"
We do not state the fact.that if the en
tire Democratic party of the state--(some
39,000 or 40,000 and not "55,000 or 60,000,"
as claimed by tho Gazette—had voted, the
amendment would have been defeated, be
cause it has nothing to do with the ques
tion of "who is reapoesiide for Me amendment?"
If the Ga:.e• tie could show that the 40,000
Democrats of Massachusetts were possessed
before the election of a knowledge that
but 20,000 Republicans would go to the
election and vote for the amendment,
then possibly some blame might at
tach to them for its adoption, but not for
its introduction, advoCacy and passage
through twoiruccetsive legislatures. Not
for its adoptiim in party caucus, as a party
measure, two years in suocession! Not
for its recommendation, as a party meas
ure, by a Republican Governor in two of
his annual messages, nor yet its advocacy
generally by the Republican politicians
and pressesof that state. That Democrats,
as a general thing, are possessed of a good
deal of political wisdom and foresight we
admit—but when the Gazette assumes as it
evidently does, that the 40,000 Democrats
or Massachusetts knew before hand that
the polls on a party question, it gives' them
=wiit for a great deal more knowledge
than is generally ascribed to triortelittc-
To look into the future in an attribut of
Omnipotence—not of Democrats ! This
ke,ing so, it only remains, in order to make
our point against. the %Gazettes assumption,
to show the numerical and political condi
tion of the Democrats of Massachusetts
when this amendment was submitted to a
vote ; and for this purpose we quote the
Boston Travel r, good Republican author
"A . Massachusetts democrat is a black-balled
man at home, in all local matters, and can
aspire tolittle that the people have to give.—
A few members of the democratic party may
succeed in getting into the Legislature, now
and then, bat to the Governorship, or to the
Senaterships, or to places of Representatives
in Congress, or to those places that are espe
cially designated as "State Officer," they can
not aspire, and be deemed sane. It may be
doubted if a democratic sheriff could legally
arrest or bang a criminal in this common
wealth. A democratic Senator from Massa
chusetts would be as unnatural a thing as a
Protestant in the College of Cardinals, or
Mormon in a nunnery, or a Zonave in a full
rig at a Quaker Conference, or en Abolitionist
in Charleston, or a shad up au apple-tree, or
an ice house in a lime-kiln, or whatever the
reader may choose to imagine as the type of
the absurd and the outre."
And yet, a party thus hopelessly in a
minority is to be held responsible for dot
defeating a mesrure of the dominant party
at the polls. _Can absurdity go farther I
We think not, and so thinks the Spring
field Republican, quite as able an advocate
of Republicanism as the Gitutre, and agood
deal more honest. - That paper, in its issue
of Wednesday week, puts the "saddle on
the light horse," and tellssome wholesome
truths of is brethren in the same para
graph : It saya•—=
"The burden of the measure rightfully be
lunge moon the Rtotsbhearas Rf Massaehneetta
but It in no sense attaches to the party in other
States, or to the party as a national organiza
tion. It is repugnant to its spirit, a violation
of its creed, and finds no sympathy anywhere
in its ranks outside of the Commenwpaltfi,
which has so mistakenly adopted It. While the
Republicans of other States and of - the nation
are not justly chargeable with this miss and
avast act, thou , of Alassadasceste, as a body,
right Aare no sk to easkavar to stake( e . Both the
senators were arrayedin opposition; Mr. Sum
ner by his early and consistent protestations
against the whole spirit of &now Not hingism ;
and Gea. Wilson by his able and active exer
tions to defeat It ache polls. But of the eleven
members of the liuse, we know , only tin*.
who voted against it, viz: Messra.i. Thayer of
the Worcester distridt, Delano of' the Connec
ticut valley, and Dogs °Pile Berkshire. The
other eight were either openly in its-favor, or
gave it a tacit aulnKirt. teal Mae. Francis
Adams, whose name and whose history areas
sociated with advocacy - of Lim tights of ma
as men, faltered In this matter, and raters wpm
hts Cimpassionst career wait a blot ryas Moped.-
teat wide/Wm Back original Freesoilers as
Burlingame, Alley and Saba wee also among
its supporters. Their-Owes on Ibis queseke,.
in connection with their *inner poi* qdreoord,
leads to the cattilusios t. that rim I/try home of
Licir advocacy of &Sec* and equal tiriate, lAce
swots 4bcrty awl veal siyhts for the eta= nu
AIM see roe era WXITXXXX. Bad the
osition been to (woo s von
instead of upon white Germans and
bah and Boole* we can easily imagine theindig
nation which would have fired their hearts.--
, Is he not a l ma and a brother?' 'squid have
been their I *ST walla old Adam blood,
so long dormant, bid still towing, Would hate
mounted high and fierce in Atopdemnation of
an— Mr. Cook, the Chicago Postmaster,
who was "up" on chargei betbre the De
partment,' has, it is said. matie,outasecesti
satisfaetery to the Preside& •
ty Republicans have taken ground against
a mongrel People's State Ticket and the
'proposed "People's National Convention."
They propose to take thoir olitics clear.
They want nothing butliihelfure, u‘dul
tersted Itepublieenhim. ,They want no
Americanism or Anti-Leco4tonl,gobby
item mixed with theft huh. pitiyhave
bett r er grit than most of the party through
out the stale, and it, remains to be mien
whether they will "caved lto the blandish
=tents of Potney or the threats of the
"Stmight Amerimma." Thais semantics'
inatructing h their delegates is very emphat
ic, and wiU b y e
apt to raise a storm in the
assemblage of all the factions which seek
to)zinbitte and overthrow National De
m-ocracy. The following resolution was
unanimously adopted :
Resolved, That we instruct our Delegates
to the State Convention on the Bth of June
to resist every attempt that may be made
to ignore the Republican Party or Repnh•
lican Principles, and to oppose the issuing
of any call for a "People's national conven
tion." We emphatically declare our abi
ding faith in Republicanism as the only
true opposition to the present Despotic
Administration, and agree, to act in this
campaign only as Republicans. We desire
the nomination of Republicans for State
officers and the endorsement of Repaid
can doctrin and will support no ticket
or platfornf that is not essentially Repub
If the Crawford. Republictuts have the
pluck to attuni by this, wentay expect to
see lively tunes at Harrisburg on the Bth
of June, a fhll account of which will prob
ably itii)ear'in our next week's paper,
111 Ps /11.011.1.11 T, the American Chess
Champion, has returned from his victori
ous tot? iii Fnrope and for several days
has been the guest of the lovers of Chess
in New York and Boston. On the occa
sion cf his arrival in New York, he was
honored with a public reception, and pre
sented with a gold and silver set of chess
men valued at one thousand dollars. He
was alio pr e sented with a splendid watch
of Americatu manufacture. His deport
ment in receiving so much marked atten
tion from his countrymen, was in conform
ity with hilt reputation for modest grace.
While he his the talent to succeed he has
also the modesty to wear his laurels with
out being inflated with that vanity which
is too apt to predominate in the characters
of those whti at so youthful an age are fiat.
tered and (cited for their personal triumphs.
His speech pt New York on the occasion
of the chesei presentation, was highly cred
itable to hit; head and heart, and evinced
a mind of the highest ordeal.
oar The 'Rochesterit'Atiott tells a strange
incident connected with a divorce case.—
A Mr. Edwin, W. Collins of Rochester, has
somehow displeased his better half, so she
is -in" for snap ling the tie which binds
them. Nearly thirty years ago he was first
married to Mrs. Collins. tier name had
been Pease; and she brought Collins sev
eral thousand dollars in cash. According
to The Lilian he was this Spring married
again at Suspension Bridge, (to whom or
why we can broadly guess,) and some 30
days after had his marriage published in
Rochester, bailing from Indiana. He was
married on- the Bridge--telling the preach
er that he Was a little romantic in his no
tions, and 'Wanted to have the ceremony
performed on that great, work of art ma
pended over the roaring flood. He was
Some hate intimated that Mr. COMM se•
lectedilds place for the Marriage ceremo
ny that an uncertainty Militarise whether
it was performed ii the Stateof New York
or Canada. There is so thing very hazy
over the whole story as it has been trans
mitted to UB. o
j For cool imputienim the Editor of
the Expresa "taloa the 4akes." He a4>
knowledged l last week lad he was a can
didatel for the Legisla last Fall in the
Republican convention o Warren county,
but this week denies t at he voted for
either Fremont or, W ' t, the candidates
of that party for Presid t and Governor
in 1i1,66 and '67. Tha is, he wanted
a Republican nominati n in 1858, but
had never acted with t party. He
must be either first usin to, or the
identical c phimself, o used to pre
ambulate e streets of ; New York, and
approach t e "greenies" !with the modest
question— Have you ainfalenee enough
in melt* dme $2,50 for a few hours?"
According to his own story, the Editor of
the Eiyvots asked the Republicans of War
ren to lend him a nomination, although a
total stranger to that party. They did'nt
do it, however, and not he is trying to
play the "generous confi dence" game here.
His success will be aboutias it was War-
As the Gazene qudtes, with a great
deal of gusto, the opiniontof some "irestern
'Paper" on the Maasach+tts ammidment,
will it allow us to quote tinother tirestern
paper" upon the same tilabject'. is the
Dubuque (Iowa) La' press and Hensl4 and it
is emphatic in its declaration that,the sen
timents of the "Republican" partyisi lowa
against foreign born eitiutns are ic4tically
the same as that of "Republican'b Mama
chusetta, and is becoming more pr tent ev
er/ day. Indeed, that prttscriptive tfrid hos
tile feeling is one of t he chief elem.* ts upon
which the Know Nothing "Republican"
party was nourished into life and strength.
The rankling hatred which lurks in the
hearts of their leaders toward adopted cili
wat'and the poor white laboring popula
tion-from Europe, mania* itself occasion
alb? = •
The Sage The Coart of Ohio (all the
members Present, qwo diseenting i and all
Republicans) has decided-the Fugitive Slave
Law constitutionaljutd chnsequently a hi*
that must be obeyedby all the citizens of the
Statc. Oberlin include& The p•ople of
Paine+ villa tolled the hellion the reception
of the news and themBons Of Liberty," which
ems the Giddingeitee, re grierrouslr4lis•
gar The Desucieriscy of Virginia get an
'awftd ware, last wee, at their election.—
With hardly a prontonotary sytoptom of
vitality, the "old whig", party shook i ds
gory looks, and with 'Gowns e 4: its head,
mada r rash at the sleeping f Democratic
gianf,, and.came very neat overpw►ering it.
Horiever, all is *ell that, ends Well—Lirrcn
int ii elected by from 3,000 to 5,000 autjor-;
ity, while the Congestions' delegation is'
Nair Natliudid 13rbwite hap been sp.
pointed Dput P4t4iiitei at Philadel
phian inmsd dt .G. Waked* re.
'ROL Janes 41. ,Caswo...-This one
Whigs of Shelby county, Hy., recently ad
dressed al'etter to thelion. James B. Clay,
asking fiis opinion touching the future po-
Lreali ' l movetnesita of the noun yy.,,ao w i t
epjleeklit tong* with w
ye whainseterislat .z!t. e
have may pixam flikt *ambit h
ink/Simi. !Ma will b eliell ler
est, asiesially bran who belonged 'to the
old Whig party, and who have refined to
identify themostruitb Boroblicsa Know-
Nothingiem : 1
"hi ocushishm, gentiennen ; -1-
that ; 6ina /Kt io deubt L °meet
ness of the poo which I assudiedthree
years ago. I believed' then that the only
p-mt political contest hi the country was
between the Black Republican party and
the Democratic party—that the, stake
played was for the - lIWon itself. I believe
that next year, under whatever name the
opponents of the Democrats may be arrisy!d.
we shall have the same battle over again.
Whilst I cannot expect . every measure of
the Democratic AdMinistration to accord
precisely with myjiidgmisnt, any more than
could the measures of any other party be
expected to sword fully with the opinions
of each individual member of it ; and
whilst ( in the selection of men, I shall feel
myself free to vote, or not to vote, sword
ing to my own choice, it is asy intentiaa by
-nay Amend/4 SWIM 116 ony power to sustain and
support the Delotxratie par% cm the caw peados:
orgroisation wAicA hese the taloa the power to
preeerve the Union /rim dissolution."
bit They have an agreeable way of
"doing thine hi Nashville, Tennessee.—
One day .last week; a personal collision oc
curred in the afflei of the Repubtrixm Ban
ner, between Mr. Poindexter of the Mimi
and American and Mr. Beaumont of the
Banner. In the afternoon, the two men,
each accompanied. by a friend, met in Ce
dar street, opposite the Capitol, for the
purpose of settling their difficulty. "With
a coolness"--says the Nashville Gawk—
"which, under the circumstances, might
be considered commendable, they took po
sitions so as to tire acros the way, thus
avoiding the danger of injuring persons
passing up and down the street. Using
pistols, they fired almost simultaneously,
neither shot, however, taking effect. On
the eoond shot Mr. Beaumont received a
slight flesh wound in the leg. - Mr. Poin
dexter was unharmed." We should rather
confider that the "coolness" shown was in
the entire disregard of the safety-of those
who might by chance be hit "across lots."
"With the wounding of Mr. Beaumont,
hostilities ceased. We are glad to learn
that the differences between the belliger
ents have been amicably adjusted, and
their former friend), relations restored."
If shooting s man in the leg can be called
an amicable ca(Mstment, most men would pre.
ffir a long continued misunderstanding.
It is an old and true saying that no
one knows who is Governor till after eleo
tion—and this has been realised pretty ef
fectually in the case of the Virginia elec
tion. Mr. (locum was the •opposition"
candidate, and they were so confident of his
election, that they gave him an ovation the
night before, in which he was saluted and
addressed as "Governor Gooorz," and the
report of the Richmond Whig closes with
"At the depot, Gov. GtAgin parted from
his friends, but told them in tones of con
fidence, that he expected to be elected, and
would therefore meet them all again, on
the first January next, when he would
come to Richmond to be installori ism
IMIL. The N. Y. New states that Lola
Itfontes has been converted to religion, and
has settled down in London, where her
house is now "the receptacle and centre of
a large number of wealthy and plow' en
18.. The New York anti-tenterti have
resolved upon renewing their political life,
having been smashed in the courts. If
they should form a party of any strength,
we shall see the Republicans coddling
them, as they did in those antique times
w hen there was a Whig organization in the
116- "A very respectable" gentleman in
Stock ton, California, cowhided a clergy
man for reading the marriage service for
an - etoPed daughter. She was johied in
bonds; but her father was put under theta
—to keep the peace.
. RS. The Judson girl, who eloped with
'that Michigan negro, is about to be drama
tised—herself and her amalgation ictions
—for the good people of Detroit. She will
thus obtain more blackening associations
than her hope of fame had ever con
NT Several lady editors are to attend
the Editorial Convention, which is to come
off shortly s Milwaukee. The assembly
it was hoped would be a bar one. It is
likely to haw) some debit to the title.
MIL Walker, the filibuster, is, it is con
fidently reported, now in" New York, and
not conducting the I)lexican foray laid to
his charge. He is *aid to have arrived
there under a false name in the Northern
Light, which reached. that port on Sun
am. Last week, in Cincinnati, Geo .. ' .
Johnson Was isished by &young woman for "at
tempting : to Ati44 her fair fame." The cow
akin is supposed to have made it all right.
Si? Rev. Dr. Wit.z.ten A. Ormaniaien,
Rector of Bt. Peter's March, Philadelphia, was
last week elected Episcopal Bishop of New,
Jersey. Dr. Odenheimer is between finty and
tlfty years of age, and. is an able writer and
eloquent preacher. He was Rev. W. H. De
Lanoey's assistant at Bt. Peter's, and when ther
latter was chosen Bishop .of Western New
Perk. Dr. 0. took his placei and has remained
in charge of the same pariah ever sines. H.
is the author of several works on Minh amik-
Jed. which have been highly approved.
Berawr atm emir:wee Came MID Nara-
CASTLE COLLBORIL—To the well directed Mier.
g y sad practical ability of Messrs. UTAST &
H01)117011 are the Americas people indebted
for the sueOessful establishment of one of the ,
most valuable wiecatiousi enterprises the world
has ever kacrwa. Wa rehr to their skin of
ileresatile•Colleges, located at New York, Al
bany, Buffalo, Philadelphia, Clevolud, Detroit
sad Chicago. These gentlemen supported by
a auseroca corps of ebb end devoted saw
elates sad preemptors have pram sad are daily.
more fully premiss the utility of lleecautile
Colleges as nmelbanta atomism education. We
look With pride upon thin, purely Assericaa pa
'uprise, whisk has contorted wok webelaatial
mid practical hiselits upon ens young taw It
is to be hoped that this eaterprisiree admbably
beg= will extend Wolf to every oomateredal
cent» on the Americiat Caminent. It would
dittos a itigloor onto et buskins intalligemO
•OM tbateugh aid pamplimal bwaisatil
Wet. Owl duU a 680670(er state, Moo
dial; sad western.
Pscrvutoss—Port marked is lower. Bees
2.000 bble at $l7 00 ter sewing= ; ;16'00 for
peth al i_ite. Beet dull. Boma sok& Cut 'mate
. Lard doll. Bake SOO libirot 111012 e..
Butter soave at 18€120e for Ohio sad 'tat...—
Cheese steady at 613.10 e.
M. The cities of Dubuque, I
and Keokuk, in lowik, have dispensed with
the use of gas for ghting the streets.—
Keokuk has also ab h
anhedlits police force,
and Dubuque has reducedthe nutaber of
policemen to half a down.. The object is
to economise, in order to pay their debts.
MP Robert Morrison. &well known cit
izen of West 'hey, R. Y and sheriff of
Albany county, was mot**
_sit a late
how on Friday night, and *oed r and his
body thrown - into the basin, fiord
which it was raborefed on
Wazufores, June 1
The States says that retina 6om 129
counties in Virginia, show Letcher 3700
ahead of Gon. A despatch from Rich
mond says that the reported and ofkial
returns of 128 counties, give Letcher 3,542
majority, and that the remaining counties
to hear from gave Wise 1,381 majority.
Prominent democrats are oonfident of a
majority of over 5000 for Letcher. There
is no truth in the report that Guilty is elec
ted to Congress. Itis reported that Letch
er is verb ill at home.
WASHIN&PON, June 1.
Attorney General Black has replied to
the joint letter of the Uttsh Judges on - the
subject of the military force called kir by
the Judges to protect the C\surtdurin_g the
recent term held at Provo City, Mr.,Blach
says it is the decided opinion of the Presi
dent that the Governor of the Territory
alone has power to call out the army ; that
there was no apparent occasion for the press
tmce of the troops at Provo ; that in case
there had been an attempted rescue of the
prisoners in custody, it was the duty of the
Marshal, not the Judge, to summon the
necessary preventive force; that the troops
ought not to have been sent to Provo with
out the concurrence of the Governor, nor
kept there against his remonstrance, and
finally, that the disregarding of these prin
ciples and rules of action has *main many
want extremely urifertunate.
He says it - b - clearly probable the Nor
moiglusve been guilty of crimes for which
they deserve the severest punishment, and
that it is not intended by the government
to let any one escape against the proper
proofs can be produced.
With thatview the District Attorney has
been instructed to use every possible
genee in bringing criminals of every class
and bf all degrees to justice.
Later News from Burope---Arrival
of the Americo':
Nsw You June 2.
The Eto al Mail steamship America ar
rived at Halifax yesterday m. Her ad
vices are three days later than previously
received, and are ?f considerable impor
tance more especially in a commercial
point of view.
_MOM °f . Mr.!! wi gt
baitle bad as yet oocurr The Austrians
had removed their head-quarrets to Gar
limo, and had also withdrawn from Ver
rill', which place had been occupied by
the French and Sardinians.
An action was looked for at any mo
The Austrian port had been blockaded
by the French squadron and many of their
vessels had been taken.
There were vague reports that the Em
peror of Austria and Major Hem had
reached Milan' and left for Pavia.
Later news had been received from In
Tantia Topes had been tried by t drum
head Court martial and hanged.
In the Liverpool cotton market the sales
of the week were 38,000 bales and the mar
ket closed at a decline of ;aid on current
qualities as compared with the previous
week and a still greater reduction on the
In the Liverpool Breadstnia market
prices had a declining tendency and all de
scriptions were slightly lower.
The Liverpool provision market was
steady with the exception of beef, which
was heavy and lower. 'The London money
market was easier. Consols quoted at
sir A witness, a jolly, plump old lady,
in the Supreme Court at Worcester on
Thursday, was, asked what time a certain
train of cars passed her house. She replied
that she oommet.cid knitting at 3 o'clock,
and had knit twice around the leg of a.
stocking, before they came along. The
next question, of course, was how long it
would take to knit twice around. The
judge here, in his usual quiet humor, sugge
sted that that would depend upon the size
of the stocking. To this the witness remar
ked that the stocking was for herself, and
hat they could exercise their own judgment
as to the size, and guess how long it would
take.—Boston Transcript. _
In Harborereek, on the2Oth ult.,l4frs. ELEA
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es u Coambrisa.o to a. AMLuil.
14* Jess 4. Op* Bed Btme.
IST OF -APPLICANTS.,FO.I
to imn sontammi Luvowl.
I • id 1111 C
vale et "
• - —earlier?".
All.rasems indebted to the late firm
suhur 1MX414 see unto =WM te
v est r y =willt ticestealber, Won the Id
J. j r * D9l leaFigeve;r.
RIM APPLE AND PEACHES.—
• theism IN tio belied & IL HALM
111, IMAM • I . _st...abtrve Use D•pet,
CAS.H FOR WOOL !
" Wr=torari, ""lt it restideribrodArt to Is:1;;-
rot pries for al Idoliser WOOL, aril TUI ps,y CAM hr
Oar boodeolftwhad prands. B. MEM
I : 0 TI:.. wi, 1813 ; ves to in
1, a foes the UAW ' of We that die ..p 1*
ign Its losaehoo, at her
at POGO- appot. Lit hosts abovollovois_ tib mud aids.—
Is is oriotast no* of** What harrow pad toot
fogrovot pettoroa. • rio of public patroaage Wha
10 4 MAY 214 1•110.--1‘ I.
10 T. Dorm Grind Mem and Glisd Stelae
g tar Wing .f 1. C. SOLDIX.
pAnirmi PAINTS 1 1 PAINTS !! !
Wbkile idad.llmand ismii.Asnallossalid Yew&
Ca, Raw Kett /Wiled LMs•N V•Detlas 1101.
heath Odope, Cavan =4 nes& ems, and la Boort
-.ivory thin to. Opo Woo of PAINT% for solo abi the atom
-Kay te. T. a. smarm
05 PE: CENT. CASH SAVED!
40 The social athistios sik Neastacturon, Cowman •
elm 111,ysieleee .ad Coaatry Yonthaots, is invited to my
Urge Um* al GOODS, Ledo* with grist caro. sad
putehmostl whit thsh,-smathaw mo to oar indoemwento
worthy of ottostios. stock oseshrta of
DRUGS and NvEDICINPS,
Perrimmery sad Bah' Olio,
Pittston'. *telials, Window Glue and Putty, line Toilet
Soap, SWAM Tooth Brushes, ku . he,
Putts WIVES AND BRANDIES,
ler medlehial M •041 all the Pigott os PmpoW etu t
dem of tb• doy. Order' promptly Oiled sad
fratied lon, mesa to pries siva weeny, No. 6. Rood
L. I. BALDWIN.
WIZ Na TOM. AO.
ii.l/1A4:(11'1047 1 1.1e0
Asoommeouseot of Me hoprietorlor die Season
THE OHIO WIIITE - SULPHUR
ormallos are situated In Dela mite County, 18
north him Columbus, (the capital of OW) on the
river, 10 miles from
.Delaesnr, b miles from the
White Sulphur Station, on the gpringiteld, Mt. Vernon
Pittsburg IL R. and 10 mike from Masan' Valley or
Springs Station, on the Columbus, Piqua I lads as Balk
road Them Sprhip sill open /or the reception of rid
On the Ist Day of June.
The improvements of Ufa have been large, enabling
the proprktor to accommodate from Ave to six hundred
ineeta. Ames( three improvements my be mentioned
and elegant hotel, new cottage rove, additional
tinildlimp for annteentent end reeneatios, extensive bath
*mass, a Mew inumb7, kr-, he.
Upon the estate there an eve Springs, all within the
lowa, bee of witch, the Watts rienarems, the Cite.
Lemur; the 114oressuar and the SA L= Cantv seers
ate decidedly sesdkisal, whilst the filth istelimritahle (or
the rutty ants water.
THE WHITE SULPHUR
is • beautital Arias as fountain, situated near the rooky
hank of the Sokoto deer. At the depth of NM het below
the hovel of the Scioto, flows the remarkable strewn of
sulphur water which supplies this spring. This stream
soul diacoormed some 30 years ago, by a rentleman *ho
was bortag for malt. The avatar, whoa reached, at once
areas to the surto*, and be. ever sines continued to low,
aU seasosa, erkhoct change or ahatement, either
la gnallty or Tolima-
Ter yam them Sprinp bars bras highly entrained for
their niedlidnal propraties. Daring the past ewes Uralic
rapatatlon hi thin respect ha. teem ninguisrly c o nfi rmed.
They nail administered by a physician, judidossly as to
quantity, inns of drinking, orratinuanoe, kr, sad under
ahr nystenatin plain the male wore nramerous and gist
iiiimfirE WHITE SULPHUR WATER
isjsoldserwiesuis in thew disorders of the Lfrer
which so often ontot seathoosn who heir.
been too away conduce! to Maness, and persons of med.
THE CHALYBEATE SPRINGS
an permanent ton Ma. Their edict. upon benksh-down
and dehihtsbed comettbstiono hnre been net trameind
but lasting, giving to the blood a new vitality, and to the
person aim lite and vigor.
THE MACINESIAN WATER.
ken gentio aperient.
WlJlRMU T LL l E th .. t i tw AL... f i niabed
As • delighthil resort during the summer months, the
Oldo WU% ealphar syringe Lave no rival in tin Walt,
and but kw in the United States. The location Is peen
i thrimLfteksta here k a 71*K rocky Stream ;
the " a farmathea li d nnui ket in
thiekaess, th=mgMleh th e river cuts its way, la weary-
Admire either at is mar the eureka, • the rounds of the
saute are beantifially undulated, sad interspersed with
nanerrone ravines- which sorry of all the sup rtinosie
water, thus mradering the soil dry and the atmoepters
bin from that humidity so prejudicial to health ; these
cheuntstennes, tams in eonaection with the altitude of
the place, Omni. 1,000 fret above the level of the soma,
make the lenity as fees film malicious Waimea as a
The ' Bssing propartroonaists of =0 acres of land, one
hundred - 0
which is coveted bpoeueot_thissakEt beautiful
pone in Ohio. This woodland te handannerflalll - 011
Into walks smad drives, one of the latter being two miles in
Bathing here by the Om adopted, ie brought iato felr
competition with that at naturally Warm and Hot t 4 prince.
The water le bested la the bath tab by steam pipes ; the
heat not belay rsiamlhigh mooch to:precipitate Its mite.
It is by tithe system applied to the surface - yr the bather
without the lose of ita wake laciedienta.
- - _
A Telegfaph 01lea, coinartnieating with all parts of the
amitry,liaa bees at thw Priori. To be thus
ta powneetioa with distant points., will he a groat room.
gime* to gentlemen who can hear from and direct their
bagasse Mani daily.
AU the seminaries tienewary to health, pleasure and
antoseinest, Ambers may expect to and at the Ohio White
Solphar Spriggs, as the proprietor Is determined to make
It, be eregypartioalar, Snit elate watering whoa. Oral
%id with the Jibed petroneire *Rivaled Let year, so
ollbet will to mood to merit tea enotimianoe.
A livoty, eteekod with hones sod caviares, le at •
tatted to tin Sprints.
Vat farther iselbrwmitian, ursogeweets for rooms. At.,
seldom ANDRICW WILSON, Jra
White Sol her P: ,
Delaware Co., 0.
- TO FARMERS.
IF YOU WANT THE BEST COMBINED
lIT 13111 AEU 1111111311
With all the Irseroverneste for 1 84.1 . 9
THE LIGHTEST MACHINE IN USE
The Newer enellehi tisiy ell hundred mod thirtridao
pounds% and the r sight hundred and eight pound;
LIGHTEST D Aff--410 SIDE DRAFT.
ourthisd km draft Uumaar other
immarwm Mato at trials with the Dynamo's=
the teetheontein of tentwN aboudatitly show.
STRONGEST /a MOST DURABLE MACHINE.
Doing aD htos, azomiatat,pole and platkrm, and the
weight e 6 diatainalod tole give the greaten amount of
A nd o= no et we4ht of iron. The Castings are
loads of bee, sad Use Inger-bar is of wrought
Irak with • Ilmi g os the front odds, thus giving it great
NOVwilh wfth t,
RESSU UPON THE HORSES' NEM
the weight of the driver eouatarbalanaing lb* weight
of the front of the frame, itni throwing the whole upon
the dzirift wheel.
sny..AILTESTING FINGER BAR.
la this ' it la aattrelly anogaalted b any swath»
pt augar-barearta op and dawn Inds.
of Ow drietag-wheid, ambito( it to go *reap
Iramowa alaik Abets. wiliellt. down and bog% and
Wier lutollbiabladtla, ohm so other machine aim follow
Is. It pa poi be oat tei wort at any height trim two to
olditibes beW and lb* change eau be ,In an in
it.*. tban ~iikelli ta an Wade , 0 - , ' Who, wow.
kW se asiulli , Pe " or 100,111 . Ned.
AP:' • ' ' l 1 MBINED MACHINE.
.- . eigawltY Wen whether treawfrag err mph% and
ala Um Yid lin& NIK.WIIII., sag th. tem Amp.
Mr" IS i VISPOC _
RAKERS POSITION BASISST POSSIBLE
le Vida plat Mammas all napes; aims Si .
swat= duress the pa
_vol at ti ld e
Ms . - 0 '
at w hi ch is as as • • • saw
*sit be trinairathat Ira Ur • . • • •" .
11311,1114 P IA_ : , ' ; . 1 •
" 0 OPERATED.
___,.' -"---- Myst en ea pampa lbw
so , • _ r-" 7-- • par, kr another lam be saa raise
dear - Or ' : Mit or Oar ft
M iw bar to pans over ab.
litaillisp4 tor wt. *pad& it frau
loner is new Is NO, via , be
R WOE NT beau,
Way sessissimil sib essodbia.
• HIMICT AleL POIS.
llmo* Ye ekigriii liaiiiedisii; is
emisleiiebsisossitio* lisiiiittagst il =r i is
• 84449 mot usissiiiiksediii• ssirssiiiii sad Sa
t* . tia irrplillWiaOlioriallha ausset7.
Ul •• • 'PROM MACHINE IN MAREIME.
1461 ' . * SUS I M Ilreerairlg i =
ecSirilt ' theL IL 4 I I -
IMO •. • - kis.,
\ • ,--..--
• • ,
TEEE'r - V*
r - k :
_O , -•
sodr Mott —.-
14:Amite* • ".
( sucaegsgas rili`444UM'
Their tali te
BOOTS AND MOM;
Friim No. 10,
Brown's Block to
No. 18, OadwelPO
Lately occupied by
W. A. Griswold's
We are now prepared to furnish all of
J. G. Barr's old customers
and the public gen
Gents Pine French OW Boots,
THICK BOOTS, BOYS i t YOUTHS BOoiB,
Calf and Pnnuiii Congress
Gaiters; Gents calf and patent leather
Gents, Ladies, Misses, •
BOYS, TOVTIIB AND CHILDILP SHOES 0?
ALL KINDS AT ALL PRI=
LADIES C AND LAO4I-
SS OF EVERY ONGRESS
KIND AND PRICE CE PIUAI
75 CENTS UPWARD&Joi
Ladies White & Black eitiall&ppers.
Preach Kid, Blank na4 Braid.
ifirrino Hid asid ?runnels linstias,
every Vans else ILO* lino of Wise Shoes.
ger Of Drones and Childress' Shoes we
have enough and to spare: &ii on the
'We have Leather and Findings of all
kinds, including Harness and Bridle leath
er; Oak and Spanish Hole leather; French
and Eastern tanned Calf Skins, Calcutta
Kip and upper leather, Binding and fin
ing skins of all colors.
8111,-Shoimakeis Tools and List a, Tin
ners Oil by the bbl., &e. &e.
Erie. Kay 5. 1859.
Groceries and Provisions.
jICHE subscriber has just 4:Per_and s RE
TAIL GROCUY AND PHOTENIOII nos& la
wears Meek, blares!Highth sad maul, 414 nos
stseet, He Is lilmuully supplied l,
with Ihe dillusat
SCG I / 1 14
illtllll o %
Batter, Eggi, and Provisions Geseridtpr.
Special attention le peed to the bdier deperlioNt.
Steer has been carefully aelectot, sod be an timeline
eonfldeully recommend It to Ida Mende In the Clt7 and
Country. Letendlog todOnde W viol* thee to the bud•
oen, be bows to mein • Übe& shame of ponommt.
respectfullysolicits a esti Itme Isdienead Mona
needing any of Grosseto, or sew
adept of hie abLltti to mot and mind , ' then.
K.:zany Prods*. team mehame tot Goods,
the eland—on State Stmt, a few arm be
low the corner of Ninth, nest aide.
Erie, April "Me. J. J. 113111147.
MRS. S. H. HALL,
Bas *lt opeiwid a Dow t all" 164 11=t igfra.
ka, be. Aiwa BOWNIVS, AX D T
machine and ikand.anada, bonnet bazar sad aims,
DRESS BONNETILi--DRESB CAPS, & HEAD
of to tM. ohloo.
a r emi Partioilor attention paid to Weds& bioooktog
Bitxmeni amid Blase noto dremod la Um
aboottobionalblo Ails. An
al" Also, a suporior - k - t of Ladies larsakty. *paw
with a go - oor - ol asoortmost of Larfro Goods.
April 23, 11169.-414.80.
FRONTING THE PUBLIC RAJA
P. ELLIOTT, 'Proprietor,
T HIS LARGE . AND ELVA= BOT:SL
Has teen thoreogidy repsdeed wed elikehlob
ed,osst is now open for the »option et mots.
IRLBoard by the Day, Maim" Mentkirs n
amiable terms, tlie Proprietor piaelgiiv kilas!V dal
no effort dealt be waiting lirsauire
PutVTote Parttes, Mow Parties. or hreee
la i lls vtlt tod the asoosite et eds MOM
attperko le. r to sty other la the city sled the dark ad " 111 .
Eraeat Stabling attsema iamb from !hi
elms*/ sits7a stlisears byela, le Isis amp
at their emu 14114011
TF YOU WISH -
r to to see Ms laSset Arks eelllA dm*witioriel.
TF YOU WANT
.A.. les MOM, Deed. Woe Clesti, MP weft mar
or Amp in assaseleg.teareNs& er Psalter Presi g &pr
re te nbo
TIO YOU WISH
lj a lieselseeliste ler* is& liliegbeei OM in
worth. eo t° the lINZ Rs
(IR IF YOU DESIRE
sa 88 —_
N.; w allpilleall2 4 wakes.%
fir O. bildtiN me 1111112 . it iota.
IF YOU WANT
Pothar's Gaol N W?dagi /*e - 1 0 10 ^jam
F YOU WANT
Mee *es Ilbsetek. Oink
• : Ey NRRP •
the heat ashes at Ithitieh; 0.:.. ad Meidess
awiery, at dm M
etri 1111 'U ;.- •
YEla £ JORDAN
he e p i Noe lad Ohm% ale Mak We
AYES It JORDAN
MI *meet Ikeesilek.rl7ll‘.lllkediest
IErAOO . 1 JORDAN, •
JIM hemp s ;Mies Medi 11, Dwyer,.
GO WINNOW 41; _
I US • - • ,
•• • ussimakpa.
AT 11111 P 70,
Will apes this (EIARDAY, 21st, inst.,)
MEI I ME Ilili
Scuts non= Rom,
el I .1 irrirr
Fitt& /Ma t : " 1
French Lei. i r drita.
• s nick Bilk Mantillas,
6-4 Beyer for 1 4 11 / 111 %
(in PWfl White kind Plain Black.)
• IMF AID NBAIITIPITL UM,
20 SPIUITOK fOr Vs.
gent men and Boy, Wear !
Mgt Call and examine; prices at which
we are selling our-snperior Stock. -wg
Ms year Interest
tor viva the
XIS 111. M.
Meg z d l r a l Lut z ih ri pars ..
10.900 Sail in the led Fee; fears.
0 single establialunent lit the world
AT eua trsonais data is haseseeheelniesee nog
• sayllft Like se lame • wriabir of Reogday mak
'loathe .ase dada( the mese thoe, IV! nay sew
dame deism hook to the nista el m• Mar lu 301114—,
pawntar Wm eet=ad azolusndy i to =
la the aredisture • Zs koebtase
ever ia l= ma sift my lagnsessmale Ilse 1116/4 de
heettete to wensat ay Wiese sea Saws. *wet.
l ea ti lliner to s4 ai leer=l7 .
• ' ll'iliwas4 who nogr orb , lt. an et Marty to
Wads, eielmork We hentesseithE ues . not
bey Ise the ere prelerna. The • the
Wig/ Ilesbiao (asysattated) era Illele ellUirr.
.1 WOO io spostsereseih gad sistas tie weight adds
tea, rarer If the Ntisil 13os lady tight on.—
thher sakes, lone•to heal then Tahoe en the Plettbno,
he aSo mmil ebeldt le hating the dust thane le his
ral AO 011ie teekeed to left
ottani ant IrM• be tides
-#214 ta•big lini. =thlas to *eta This se
' • tor the frea aweblisity • wi:y Keeling
amid &aka Mks! amordial ilaciias at Levan ia
Stead Galli Maild rat is 13$11,
Bard= Swat, of
Mead Oak* 414 V. S. .1111811 .Sasiary, i.lasr,
AS THE BEST REAPER.
Piddles/km' made by the isasedideseta of the Ifanny
11111 0 4 " 1 .9,.., . . 41 dmer_ tIMM Itigneed bona; ete,, e bet ak
triMenal NZ Ides, ib /164, Ass same or t ee. Tv
/ALM in t r o
as ime u teafre 1
41111111131LALLT, are worthy of no caddis:a,
raper makers salts abashes@ et labsetem and
Is seam the Mahe salmi esse- bone seateass
am eseleary. Adalli 1:1 may nes fro ylt is mewerthear mue, that them hare
bees mold at ceentermlvely low prima, OM bat kat
boldness with which 1 Introduced sad soh thht by
(or the tea yea:* part,, other manes annefite
mesh desbasee have nut the aloe smash halm
meld hosish themes& of teethmaishe trees rim.
sail ethers, ef the trethishase of every statement I
sad muma more. I may further mos& that
a the alsebinee et any prostheses hi he
Me mow meAdmeteen at my Yachts% all other
Mein seess ftdted mperieme la
MI6 my storm
'high/yeses SZTERS BERVICZ vlll snit) the "u
, that In pout Sr DintJansin, ay Mischime Is very
'Wail oases ; blades serendl meet aspen
tamed to la ay levier Anneal Gees-
Is Sera whale eall be.sieleed thaw is be
team:Wien. by eddressing
he. on amass
IST Amass. crittrs FL Iteoo2/111CIL.
=rls wanauted to ad en, son et WU'S or
inds pot boor ; to am at lion thauenortha
ea rib ssottored by grant, to be .well
nods, sod doable to* peeper 1.10,111141 that tbo Wkly
aai I. wall dose by own Snag ipso It,
I sill hatbox' soy to ill wantni t yeembile iducitieur
this sewn tu Brio Cowan, tin ea will ust luny so op
i=ed pungent! bettor sews espy awe
terms than Oda. experfasso ller lbw lost
ton wasranto ono taping, that thrsensutbs et
t tlaellw cow in woo in .11 tiro Weems Inns an
ariolherend by C. H. IIeCORMICIL 1 iree boon boo -
olio. alsootaitastoot, dozing fist amok sad ma t+oth
Gat so Naeal—see la the United Mars ham the
far a Reaper therthis Illsellas has; aad era
two Bono of re has boon tiltrodsood. with. tor
of lan OM 1111.1111114 Of to be at rood o
llosilio as eon be be ha mar •
have assamasil la eirekarag Ur santer et the well
ari kers* bora Ira at Ileum Mein k BU-
M% sir Ike My oar Alasetk la attie
lawlawis Wit Osat ter be .
Ms 6 ere at tiro Aker aid ippl b
aOt try rkrales fierlw• sad Orrils7 Salahlritasear la this
b. oil mai bs haws la rat all who may
deity Ootontil thimashoo 011 - tit of this Ye
alarm , H.l
asc s. you C. H. lisCoatrars Suns ass Mowing.
14.11115-1710. litomieturfod at Mono Dl.
- , ADJOlllarnil&l.& OS
VilttrAßLE _LEAL ESTATE.
illiE following desires Qty Property
will ba said id the Ills,ooltlienwkai &ibst Ow
day efelaaa Mt n at le a?
1.1. eery valasidebmisens Let ea Chi Malik
aide * the Pabaie *raw% beams= Oa Hour and
114Inra's Heal. baring • beat Ole hid fig illaill is tb•
NW* litn it abd ital.'s.* is Flab Stmt. aad as-
Abeat mid &pan le 11th savant, is
"irt i leb eneasti . stbran story taw band*" In
r 01l arr i =il • he a dry
MIS r e jieli. ?b. pseadass
E llil busi l i la ellsra seausamtsd • v at Um ea* se
aaaass, tad& erg be-lergely lasnatad by lamb.
4at sari* dent. ,
Water Let No. 74, bribes •Il Chistat see*
the mute ea the eater Canal Dada Hat. sadendsad
tram Strut torte; halals limner *Gilding lbw*.
411 ...1 balt et la-Let Na lOW below ea
&mod elneata *lb a large bear
daiU ss toass pad ether blillalaas times.
4. hie Mt& WI, ans. - a si" mast. te
em* State, TWA. Steatasnd riegerstata. k eint
la Bait ea sash it aid obey* Mt=
WU* het bimi u g**l4• ma.uny
111* atom is all * Ure lame lisqvatiag porn
Mew it the . sad album ea ogroteakkie .
beeratis sad arida' predtabia
bale as ea set sew spin la t illill e:lSM
gals thereat mut positively be made ea abbily.te late
tip regairmesta el abaselowst* a/ laid preparty hr tlsr i etat =a
*ban& Lb* Weans la std.
sad ilsidna ssistbsoecand oa the ttNadata b'y
teed esranatesg. a N th. *Use sutler
li tlisistrim may et the prepeelly nay be
"paralured at amity law rate at stlegitWeb
. , that& we ail/ at leatiaa. - R.
• "MIL tin . Allitma et &J. l'alip.
mace RENT, AND LOW PRIM I
CAN , GM' -POIMID
la r • Oa Law Priam al rininvs, X.. 4
• OLOCX illiii•Ohisg,,l,"
bir m arditilaillataldiAlltr
iiil lisa t a 1 •Il RENZI E n ral ga
-14 i wait a Osageire
• i 1 .1m.,. Sim ar • Kid
I 1 W . 641"t4 311
I 1 it
It ' - WIP alit SOCAN
it Ii I E n, is arnith.,z
it l ijs. woad Oldidids% lima ,
g i a i d a ,1 ' I
_ W i r et ‘pott saytlibig 'is th• •
' . addiEl••• Vail, pd.
, . . .. it% ' out al"'"—•—..-- Ulna gal oft'
'llj 1 IF Vita bi the Oliy, rd te
g i s t a o ltiayiii•••
EAOligiloas INlK 3 7,lllollbinifi iliWes.
, i/O:f JO. SM4/10 •
L_,•• • ‘ • •
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