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!'; , Tl!:oiehrai Iceive, , ••' ! ,
Tiii`itiain4iips gitt ..pf BaliirrfOte - alf 13: 7 44 ,
-Etainfteat'dvides: .O a L .. t o -,,
The Weiliool,andaiondon dated fire '. ,the
.314 inifr )i - . ttiail ) .,ilis' Ito Thur ..- a ing;'
~telegrapOo Queenst ~, :
. 4 1 t 'l:he wing .sti*Mary'of ft - co leek
Illir MO ' mPortsaftev_ent;.)4l:t ~. eek• . ;,..* ',
'Eurifpit bad 'for a ; eeek;been ~ relLeved from
.0611'161d excitement: . ,. ~', ',1.. 4 . - r.'' , - , :r - - - . - r. .: '.-
r3Zherehad7..betii..ho - further, developments re
#llllleg tlie` Peace Congress , to meet at Zurich.
• .4Tbe;Advices from_the i ,Continentariof &More'
paelqi Charactr, the' agitation produced on the
Ole ailthitaceyriepi* . vp 116 . having . 0.146 at lk
'stilitiidid . H`, `-' ' ''-''', 5 '' . ' '' '. •• ..- - ' - ,::
, Frarieag — Wati anakini preparations for it geher4
at disarnutinent, according to the decision,,of
%hi ' „.1' •
.thei'Plitiii3Oiirike' was firtif, 'the q'tiot'atiOns
fisrlretitillosing•on Wednesday; the 'Srd
it an'advance of one per eent..siece
1 ' 1 4P.:• • : - • `
d'ormee 'which ;vas . .fori rd ;
O'd the Rhine, previous to the sus.
petheieri'of liOsiiiities;• has' been already'
• -* e
, ;The American Minister' at :Remo:Awl -sue : -
eeeded in obtaining 400eqnal to...shout
$290; siciiiMpenention for the lose, qf PrOwity
n:Stained:by Mr. Perkins. and 'his -. Chrrip'shimis
Miring thesack•of Perugia •by the 'Swiits ttoolis
of the Pope.• •
Leonard 4., Grand Duke :of Tuscany;, has sh
dieited favor of his son, Archduke ; Fel dip
and; born on the 10th of June; 1835., Tiqe
Prince merried;a daughter of the King of Si %(1 , -
by, ,who his: left ••him a' widower, with IMO
child .(a daughter,); born on the 10th of January;
1859. •' • , • • -'• •• "
KOSSt ' ltlZ;lVoitetTiiite Oat .tha t
M.:Kossuth; with•his'family, arrived at Ge'nera';
i.oriFriday, July 22,.and the neit s day,imaile an
:excursion to Vevey.. • ** •
' Paring a late debate in the House' of Com.;
mons, Mr: Bright .incidentallY, mentioned the
fact thatsome; time since he aml . Mr. Cobd en,
Astl'each a legacy of ..£1,600 left by 'a persou
. they had never seep, ris.ipme eorripensation for,
• their effortsto 'oppose the Eussiitnwar:..*-...
A icireign correspondent of .the Tirdee anys:
A. gentleman, who.hasjUst arrived' froinAtaly,
-states that he.saw the people in Nice drag. the
• bust °Mho Emperor thronigh the kennels of the
in the • correspondence from Paris it 'ls o
. • ,
served that, notwithstanding the'reductinns in
She ,army and navy, .the men are alWaya within
giasp r and eanbfi called,frotin 'their tetreat, - and
'that the line which separates a. peace footing
from a'vvar footing. is not very dietirMtly. drawn
in Fiance, • • •
The Parii.correipMitlent of the Times says it
is agaiti . imotored that the Emperor protioses to
pay a iisit to
,tlagen Vietbria, and that au early
day, inv.im Monday, August 1, is fixed for thnt
FEELING. OF FRENCIr OFFICERS.-A special
correspondenti. writing from • Brescia on thi ,.
says:--(the 'gtinii Trench Colonels are
net eitinet yet... Several superior officers - told
me that' their
: next expedition ivilt.be-to.Lom:-
bard street, LondOn, insteadatif. Lombardy, Ile ,
1y.!"., And the Paris correspondent Of the Ad
vertiser, writeet- ! --ccOne of the best informed
correspondents of the Prenelypapers 'tv cites to- •
day from Italy that. among:general 'officers an
opinion prevails that -theAvar whieh has ter,
minated:is bnt the proldgue 'to. another:
imPreision tallies with that :impression by a
French general officer Ao'an Italian, at Milan ;
the"other - day—Now that we have &me:with
lottlbardy, we hope that, the Enmeror will lead
us to Lombard street'. NOr do these sent iinents
.FliffLir from, thosevittrihnted to•Nopideon.thellE:
; rip t believe:for a moment that I have for-
gotten or'forgiven the iombinations" devised by
the English . agitinat, my ; uncle. The day May
djetant when rshall be able move
it tosoti.' . My informant; was ati'Mt-minisier
ottlie.Plinee Napoleon during the repaid ic;:tind
• sinless his , Majeety'S eentiinents•have co*(td,
• the Old Ladk ,orPhreattneetile' Street, and her
neighbor of Lombard street, must look to their
strong.boxes. l ? ' . • •
The English cabinet. has announced.that the
'invitation to participate in the •Congress.of the
Great . . Powers., will norbe cOnsidered until•after
the.restilt of the Zurleh'eonferenee ha's been as-
The result of the ,election on the annexa' ion
Tuscany to Piedmont, had . heen made known'.
'At 14i pletes i lnctildirnt Leghorn and , Poren'ee,
there.viere'l3o9 affirmative and only;15 negatiVs
•Le.Nord denies that .atiy;Freneh troops .are
to re main in the Duchies.. - .
: , ! — Theirfvelfcle Russe says that ••Aust•rla - niul
—France' .ma`Y. l make ~ vvhateifei Ireaties they
..plvsaej lit in _fixing, the lot of Italy thry Are
bound: to .ask, the 'nencurrenee•ef the' rest of,
..The.lntlepenilefice Belge snys
;Arian iflt;otincial Councils will all b • convlibmi
'ation,And 'will; hive ;complete. liberty • in, their
',:tl,elibierAtians, - and may make . knownopenly;antl'
sincerely tii.the Emperor. the .wishes,'Of.their.
• Thefirst•Austritte corpn•il'artnee .fet the pre•
, eegL.will',be , maintaiitetl in Italyl•on a war: foot-
:',4 l ll3 : :? o 9iagq .0014.2 Ile other corlie:Wermee
are t o go to .thejr•former cantonment4 - in
aiii.and . llfingary. , • .
• GARIPIALpI : AND Tilt ITALIAN illitn - cri• sBliii
fauprosrrcz.---l'he•London Post , soya that O:iri
, . .
bildi'hati sent a pireular to all the free States
,ofPl,l3qdoeldring:lkis tunny' , to be roady.at any `
trilimene to continue the war of inGfitind.gwe . ,
eitiliiildi.hisi:iss - ued the' follOwing'orthr; i1a6,,,:
Leveret July 19thr..ecHov4everth.o:piAitical..al
2 •!takritt ; may:go•ie the preSent cireunnatinees,.it is
.fhe,d,O,ty:cotthe Italians not orily.not to 14 y,tloWlY
liras Mid 'Manifest di§cOuragernenr,t:! . (3
avieli - IhMeranke,. 'and show to 'Europe' that,
guidedlrthe heroic Victor EinenUel, I heY'ra . e'
!ready again•to confront the vicissitudes • of, war.
'in 'whatever , form ,tbay , may present. . t h em
, - 'announeell the ' diasolution 'of the army of the
Rhinei thengh . the camp's CialosS . and' Infant' rej
LONDON; W eDNEsoA y
•-corr,eiponent•sayei the ;Emperor:lS
'lolls- to, satisfy' the, Yatropean pnWors'of his , pa.
intentions, and before, - toyto "days' the E,:ii
.*jimittrivars will' tie invited to a Conress,
orthe will be
~ , r •ifr•iiimieilkiiibieh' will deserveaupport for its'
efforts for nn amicable , set:
alf"differences among the: European
•*tiiioiiit9rderi„baie: been' ail: , en 'for- the •dis
..4tifil: Breed and for . ' the.
;41„ 'llE4Miral s .tri haul 'down hie flag,- Indeed . ,
thn.clieati'SqO4dron has'oetis .
'.• • •
pa notieed'in.the commercial
accounts 'from' ,
..!4iii...o44,iii'ol4l.4ltiinte'.ite not unlay.orable.• The
~•'.'Wbetket*liaii#4*initoinoll conch Injury. , The
:.illiiiiiiii**Oiricoolokopet,!l.! to ,be'prodsetive,
4bot iii c feliyok::,4o l - 4.*4 iinin e E.!. The
r pjp(:gate.-wio^pro,'bably e• more pr.odocti VC
v'et , attoi,ethei ,kilt r.ceeeTlittni,tr,r( - atrOrrli?.4ii.r
.ye and here; w,iil.bann'tive,t,f)las * ;for'exiarlr--
: At.:SiitEr;.4.The . .Titti6',vorrespon , „
de .A • )says etil4 . li :L . ` . , ' ' ' ' ' ' ;7 7. -' • ' ':' • -
s grciiit. diinffeet iiiit , bere, p nil '1 haVe
n9 11 .n .: l4lFpriytrift that- ' the ' Foul: I) 501-
Aie alo ..lce, , 1i , .90 Wail a general all I tifea 1i...!'
~:. ' •
- - he clesnitsliave iii , 'ei ("liven out of Fn le tizii, •
i i etli,.end .reir4rit... - - .- '. •
.- Th e dazettopiadi - shes a. cfrerdirn lien
that the p.ovinces'of.ftomegu.: have ,tilikeri .off
the', Papal' yoke never to Tetorn again, and • a
-theie,,,wishls. to be annexed tOlSarrlinitt.... . 1
Tho,l'ocan.arrny hai taken'tip a 13,sirior be
i4i4ii'li3eletiarind,fleggio: : , :. ~,, ;
,' • , , :,
... "I:tiii.iNdtily X3o.= -.The.llie ts tor of . Ntridena lia
eeniol;ed;.the popular assep)blie,...' . MI r , ..qstili
e4iiirilfete;ift to teed' and
.write, and .whose age .I§.
not les9,lllan 21, will be entitled to vote. . .I!er-.
fi'ei t i,vrer"pr'evrt if's..... '
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EAs•rEuN.—This enormous vessel
;chich tn probably soon be ready to •e,Oss the
'X11 . 11'40; 1 .6 thtis:described bY,a London Paper;
The'thrimlion'rriaifs riee 122.'.feet' above .ihe
upper :deck, and. belie . a .diameter. 'of 3 feet 6
ipeheit tt fKre •.height, 470. feel, when :they:de. ,
creasy giedually to .2. feet Virichoe at the cap:
i'lie.thr it Weeder' Masts, which are alio in their
places a~i!: net; built • tilaM.4,,, but .are single
Tie fore' tiMil:rniken
feet in height and they are 33 inches in diame
ter at thejleeli.„ . .The jigger mast ip• 122: ree!
iii'hight;iind of the .same diameter. The trees
Whichjorrited 'these insets Were..• New Zealand
Pines:•_.The'slifr t in water-fight. Corr,
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part tn . erits, And so Cot - tepid ely. water -tight ere
they 1 hut • a few' days since • the foremost one
WaS filled. With six thousand 'tons or: water,.
in ci. frpm..the• river, and.' not a' drop
escaped t0!.!! .. y , adjoining rio et ion. 'The object
this etie of water into the:fore pelt
theqiip; Was to'bring,.her down at the hews,;
ria'sai-se,,We stern -when they ixed the screW.
Tilts:weight brought' her down, but said one of
her men,.‘<r)er - nose . :toliefiee the 'water.'?. She
wtent'dMvp.cleven feet forward raised,
set'cn feet aft;. a' portien of herkeelWes,.in fact,.,
raised oaf of „the ‘ , .at'er; and that,. untie!' , this
e rrinti,irs 'train, yet eo:strongly'a.rid . so. rigidly
itt.ithe.hu ilt; the shipdid:not deflect an Mch.--
The'suans which bed been expended on the ship
tip to . thOime of its piemorable launch, amount=
eit to .010;000. • ..Trie Whole expinditere:on the,
ship. tip to t he . t ime or rrs g6ingto S ea, will 'be
.£670,000 'aMlsirobably some. incidental charges
and contingencies will bring the
_whole up to
the tontid . .sunn.of..£l;ooo;ooo:: . • •
The •WesterniUninn'Telegraph.Co.have par.:
tin miles of the:-Atlantie:Tel'egraph 'Cable ',fit
$250 per mile, to lay across rivers. and
The fkrst laid. was act oss, the Alis!;issippi at
.Louis, .5,700 feet.. . ThiS' Werlied'well at first,
bul.was a total failure at the end of twenty.
days. .It . was.' then 'underitin ' from..shore. to
shore 'So 'as to see everyincliif it; hot no (10-
'rect was visible: Another' 5,700.: feet piece
Wanaid which Worked two days only, and fail
ed. also; yet there wakno defect yiaible,'exter
Still another•waS Idid which has now worked.
well .for six 'days. .About thitty_ sub•marine
cables havi been last there by snags, anchor;,
The Chmpany now;' propose. to 'make , one
large cable composed‘ofleven of these:ocean
cabk stians, With stout straits of-common' poSt.
wire laid in the' interstices,'.:and all- well bound
'together. This, it.is thought:. will -be proof
figainst.imags antl:inchors: .but it will:Still•be
exposed' to the interpoSition• which hes destroy
ed:the, two utibtokerv . cables, , and* what is this?
The, rei/d.. lightning:from the sky ie not identi-;
cal with that ':domesficated and in.use by tele
graphers; The latter never. jolnps linm one
conductor to' another, 'however :small the
tance,,whilethe former. may:be:,made to leap '
'considerable distances_to inviting .puintsr and
even whop wires are
.overchatged in. violent
`stOr,lns,.desceptls in. balh from the .
wireto.the ground.'' - An. excessiVe.ehargewil
leave the wire. at a, pa int nearest the earth.' Ot,
course 'a sub•merine Wire 'will conduct itwith.:
Itl one:fcitirtli of an 410,, or less, of
. the Water,
an excessive - ijuantity trona the sky wilt at once
,isolitted: gutta percha; perfor--
ating.itiond the - water' so.as de.
To ciinnteract .this.by Wade's plan -a
fine toil Of .copri.r mire • forms the Connection .
nt : eaCh:eini of. a .stibmerged cable, and a great,
ei.quintity of electricitY than the sub-marine
line:, will beer, will melt the: %fine_ coil,. breal
lire euirent a!rd . thus 'save. . the:' sub-marine
"flmployees . otten-i•epair these. melted coil by
a ii.larger wire so 'that it won't meltl'.---this de-,
•fcateihe object Oldie coil;•and -melts the iiihr•
marine line, or flies'off perforating the isolation.
VII • • • '•
- VThere- is.'annther; pliCnom?non • 'manifest in
cutting the' . cable. Ilnwever welLthe 'end of
the'sablels, secured, by bindimi, before* it is:en'l,
the _lron Wire almost ittirnediiitely pr oft one.
iizfeituth'' of ait inch. beyopd the conducting
NiViie.;- . liitirif single' foot •is • cnt off,.cach mid.
will ito ihe'samo, Iting..t he. ; conduct ing : Wire
appeir, to; draw . 'in, • that amount. • This. is no
douiit : canied . ,birthe imperceptible ant wistiny
"iir:o-4...ciktie 'which .lengthens the enter i•ire
4Piratly round the..tolidnefing
.olow-06-the. whole cable iu handlingnint laying
-4044,40, ; stiffes•ed. to .untWist to.. this inapereep•
titile amotptt, the' effect Would tie 'to• lengthen
The iilreadyiStraight and small cOnducting . wire
irurrone'mlle rind a kiir in the
,19.15 miles of
'Atlantic eahle, Which it must stretch unevenly
of conrse;or Nit.. It ino. not therefore be'
surprising to, find the greate . .pariml in .teri'
•thousarid places, or drawn so- iinevenlY 'fine -as
e . melted by the first current of eleetricity .
•paifsitq - through it. '. ' . • •
It iS far more-probable; however that . the sky,
electricity has. perforated the , kolating, gutia
perrilia; by . flying off to , the water.when ;ever
diiirged in a storm.. -re not this .
with,the- Atlantic 'cable in. the.ocean as well as
in the river;- and' if . so,:is it not confined to a
,s . thairseclion of.,a mile or so of the ends of the
cable? The cable at
. St, Lonis;.or ra4lierjoiir ,
.miles . 'above, would again . worit well. if removed
froth Ihe teat qr. etmhinel PI ai.,,tleal er:
, •tow svml,k,..Aiitz, 6,--The follewiwg arelhe
4 Cito,gressmen;.Pre'&tori, Third pl.:trict;, Adams,
'Sixth;.lll•lllol3•,:••ivenlii;:and L. T. Nooie,
Nirithill Opp.isi tier". The remaiiiing . filiedis:
. triel.s hiiie itlected• I..):.inacrats. • Tji :the Legis•
'Mature, 4h11 , ,t, th(fre *ill be about' alit'-
. , . • . ~ . ,•-. . , . . ...
ty,:Democilitic mwrity. The' D,:mecratic
Governor apd Stateofliters.are elected by pro .
bhly froin 7,000 to YO,OOO ''majority. •... •
. .. •
August thirty. counties, ,
I,ll'9re:than hall. the State, Netherland gains,
1,606; indicating. a. Democratic majority.tit
.8;006. The . Opposition elect COngressman
from . the Vire. and Ninth districts. In. the Sen
ate,there 'will be one and probably three Dem•
ocretic majority. In.,ttie Hotise there will 'prob
ably lie three and perhaps flee Detnot rat ic ma,
:41'fitii:if . WoiiiitiCiOciir4t
Thursday, Augusta 18, 1889
• . .
a M.. PETTENGILL &*',CO'S . •
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119 siissato York,. and-10 Suite
ri FITT P.N(111 . 11. - 41 e. CO.: aro Agrnt.. for Abe
MAN DanocatT anththo mnnt tonuontial
. and Fomt.
apapera n the'United Staten and the Oittl
:Thoy. 'are authortio& to - contract for'ti at Olaf,
liemoeiatie State Nominations
.FOR .'AUDITOR GENERAL:
RICHARDSOII 'L. WRIGHT,
POn suitvEvOit aticpnAL
OF FRANATAN . courrrx
SET!‘ A. • BAX:Kf.J.S, of AVlCenn CoOnty.
['Subject to the ,DintrietiConvenpin.
A. M. "BENTO M , Kaatr:Cpu oty.-
[Subjqet.to the action of pistrjet;Conyention:]
IV T TEU.:II 'DAV IS
FOR AIJLITO It;
IVILIAA.Sx 1117 colt•
3V. S. 131tom;r4ELL adverfiic's Pork antlFloiir
foi gale;.nlgo "a 4up . crior quality of candles.
.flay ig•selling.at',l3nftalo, . per ton.: It .
comm.:mils about that pri c e at :Shippen,filso at
Buena rW;(I7 . •• . : •
• The N.Y: 8c Erie railroad has failed, anOia
receiver has been•appOinted .. .to settle - . up it's
affairs: Its stock is said to be worth only $5
. . .
.Ripe'apples can, be tend : at .B.' F. Wright!ii
Grocery and : Prbvision Stcire. .As the
crop was destroyed by ~froit, in. this.vicinity,
.!bey.nre,a rare treat-with an, and are selling
'.• • .
En. MaSoN has.returaed - frona the East where
he the kargest stnek. of Stoyes
end — Nl-Ware:ever bro4,lit:fo this market. He
'says he has lieght nt low iiriees; andwill sell
as.cheap . as, the cheapest. 'lf our'frienrls.wiah
to yerily.the facts, let' them' call on Ed.,
' The - Weather for the past week ha's beerr.fit..
verable to the groWth of.vegctatien; with'sdch
kind of weather for'nfew tlay.s longer, the corn
Op. will yield . an abundant harvest. -
Spring Wheat, and . potatoes a're a'hetivycrop.
Hay ha'sbeen improving 'of late,;antl . .thbugh
not over half a crop, is hetterthan twas cxpec
,ted.. We see no eatse . , of
the falniejs of.":l\l'Kettn county. . . • ••
B. 711,1;h:i baa';coMpleied arrande-.
ments, and is nOW Buccvisfully engaged in the
rnantifitiquie of Oil:from coal, at LafaYette,—
iVe.nnderStandthat he has sevei al baiieN ready.
'for marliet;and was
,for;.. While Others'.have been doubting
the i :tiracticability:of manufacturing oilfrOr9 . pur
coal;. and hesitating abont - flying .theilxperi
ment,'Nfr; 'has been quietly, and, *crier
getieally• at' Fork, and lias prOverC.beyond a
'doubt,-that . the. manspieture of; oil .Gram our
coals can and will he carried on irofitatty 'OlO
Orit 'Con onother column
will be found the proceedings of the Democratic
.Conention, •.The' proceedinks .of the conven,
tioti were chifrnett , ri'v.eil throughout by good
feeling, Ind seemed to he . sa!isfceil with, the
result... So' far . iis we have heard the.ci-endidetei
put, in. nomination . meet 'With gemercil Tai , nr.—
They.ari men of gOod repute, and well q.lialifi 7
ed fortlie'.duties of the dflicaa for ; Which 0?y
arc designated ,, enil mud in: the eatima- .
tiol'of the .rx..eple: ' • • • .
• REPIIE§ . V.NTATIVE CONVENTlii,— t rkle Ton FPT
horn the differe'nt. counties in• this district
wilr.Meetnt liidgway,'on . l 7 riday the, 20th of
A ugust, for .theffturpOse of nottdnating•two per-
sons . as ct•lttichtlett tor . 4:Vsnetid)l3;• .hfferson
county will ,bring .forwnrd the name of E. R,
Brady; .Clettrituld that Boyer, , and Mc-
Kean A. M, Benton. • Elk ditl;not nominate a
Candidate. • • .
D. Burbank, —as' arrested ,on .Monday last,
for distnibing a 'meeting 'and Sunday School
near.this village. • Mr. B. came into the school
.house While the neighbors and their . children
Were engagedin . the exercise of the. Sunday.
Sclool, in a state of intoxication, and used 'kro•
fans and indecent language; also during a pray
er meeting,-the - Sarno day.. A fter• a hearing
before Justice Backus he • was fined . $lO and
costs Of suit.'
. . .
P, T. IVlTaffay, an Irishman. was lodged in
`ail,, one day last Week, for selling, liquor with
out a license. .114'Citffaty having leased a piece
of around and erected a..shop . on it was *deal
ing ont 'witi.ikeY to the hiberers much to their
:injury, and to the darriage of . the : contractor.
CoMplaint was made before ri , -Jtistice of .the
Peace .and he was bciund over_to appear' at
COtp4, by • promising the 'contractor,
Judge to not sell any More NV hisliey;,and
that be would go to work, he imliiqd him to
go bail for hiS appearance;' but instead of going
to' work le'grot another barrel' of whiskey. and
comMenCed it out to the .workmen.
His bail,linding that he' was not likely to keep
his promise , delivered :hirw•Uti,- and Sheriff
M.i.rrse las- him. now in charge,.- • ,
At.a Convention.of :Delegates representing
the litenvieretie paity. of. M'Kean i sClun
at theG"attrt Hduse, SmethParr,VAngusi'l,je);
S'.- §artivgil bhalinian
end N." F: Jones Seeretary.,;;;; ; .. ,
Theorganization , being eginpletip.,the names
thelownshipa . •Were salted, and the . 'follow;
ing. delegat,e4 appar'ed, and , presented their
credentials." - •
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P'Fn . nis;.itnj Moses
Kerqing-Ti§ . amuerc.:l - Iple and Willidm Gif
Liberty—a. B. Knore and F. 1-1. Arnold.
Smethport';--S..§artl.rell an" N. F. Jones.: .•
F.hippen- 7 -Gearge •Dod . gpl and - Maieui • Free
. • . .•" , •
liamlin::—Orren Perry and: Cliarlea Woodruff.
On mdritiOn, of .
. S.. - d. Hyde . , : .t.tte folldwing
persona were admitted ;to seats deleg,it tea in
. . • Cereißoberi Hinds. , . • •:.
Norwich—Andrew Gallup. . .• •
Otto—l6epti Ellis and. Gideon Ellis; ••••
On montion, of S. C. Hyde, the'Conventio n
proceeded .to name - eandidtes for State Senator'
forthis district. . : '
N. F. Jones•named• Hori, Seth A.ac us,
who was' unanimously' nominated. .
The' -Convention .theri Proceeded :.to' name
Candidates for Representative,''
S. C. Hyde nathed'A. M. 'Benton, Al'llo was
.Conventiod , then' proceeded .to name.
candidates for Coanty Commissioner, to be
• . ,
voted for by ballot. • • .
^ • Andrew;G.dlep named David D. Comes;. G.
R. Miiore named Davis; • George 'Dodge
earned N. : I'.MOiard; .Nathan i Dennis named
Ghardis CorWim . Perri.named' Andrew Ri
On motion ) the noMinations. closed 'and the
tonvention proceeded to take an informal ballot,
as follows:- . r
W. J. Davis, 6; .A.Milei,q.3; • N. P. Minard,l;
ChOrdis Coilitin; 4; D. D. Comes,
On•a second hallotbeing J.,Davis
had 10 votesr A;Riley,' 1; D. D. Comes, 4;
and G. Coiwin, 2..
On motion; of G. R. Moor . e,
was declared the unanimous . nominee of . '.this
Convention for : Connik Commissioner.
The corivention.then : proceeded to. name can-.
didates for Auditor; when Mr.:Jones named .
JaSper Marsh. '• . .
On motion,; Jasper,: Marsh 'was unanimously"
dechired the nominee .of this Convention fo.i
The Convention then proceeded to . • name „
•candidida'thes . fo Coroner; when Mr. Denhis
•named• Dr.. IV,. Y. McCoy,* who, received. the
unanimous 'vote:of the .COnvention, :and. was
declared the nominee for. Coroner. •
. On : motion, of 'kr.. Dennis, Samuel C. Hyde,
N'• F. Tones arid W.' Wilkin,' , Were chbsen Con
,fereeslo meeCtbe Other . conferees ofthis'
trice, at IlidgWay: for the pnipoSe of nomina:
tut; candidates for the State Legislature: with
power, to appoint substitutes. ° • :
On motion, of. S. C. Hyde, S, Sartwell, C. I.
Meilbury , and W. S BroWnell were. sehosen
Senatorial Conferees, with rower to appoint
substitutes: • • . ,
N. F. ;ones presented'ihe following 'Res*.
tions, which were unanimously adopted:. •
Resolved; That as Democrats, :having full
faith in the capiclty of the .people
•governinent,. we' the, triumphant 'elec
tion of, Buchanan . ..and . Breckinriage .st riking
evidence that a sound. public sentiment' per
vadei the Mass of our citizens; . artewe Armly
believe th'et in 1860 it will again' be founrsuffi
cient 'to:defeat the treasonable:Projects. of 'fa
naticism and passion; .
, . .
Rd.solved, -That the:a'dminiatration :of public
affairs 'as directed., by:'Jamlts 13tiehanan, the
Chief Magistrate of our choice,, , meets with
our hearty apkovak that onr:conftdence in his
ability and statesmanship is not *paired. by
the fact :Patriotic' Prehidents
before him . , heis .assailed . :Wthe vituperation
of a factioos opposiiona,..and.the abuse of.dis,
appointed OEO-seekers. ,
I? esolve4, - That while , the government exists
as'our,fathera, - forrried. it„.we will . ever' cherish
the bond of our :Union as the only safe-guard of
liberty, and dcriVhat to . pruteet it
from tbe'treasonable:atfacks: Of.a party whitse.
blind opposition to pennieratic rule leads them
to' decry,the, government under %which they.
prosper; - . .a party whose sole Vitality eorisists'in
opposition. to a Democratic Administration,
and whose : sole merit is in furniShing arisy
him for:discarded traitors'.. • .
. .. . . .
IZ,soltred That ~we Will,'one:and all, give' our
undivir'ed sitripo . rt to'the Democratic State can:
didates for - A tukitor General and Surveyor Gen
eral,.'and to those tbie 'day tiomina.ted on our
County ticket, believing that - . With riroper.'ef
forts'they..can be tritirophantly'elecg.ed, ' - :
' On motion the following
. .Committees were
STIVDINO COE wilt COMMITTEE
J. C. Backus,' Borough of s .Synetliport; Ni
thsn Dennis, Eldred; William Liberty.; .
C. 4..moore;.shipp . e‘ni R. Hinds, Ceres. •
'COSUISITTi'F: Or: YII.4.II,ANCE;
Robert Hinds and G, B: 'Gillett', Ceres; R.
P. Fowler and C. C.. Moses,. Eldred; H. W.
Barr and Samuel Boyer, .BradfOrd; JarneS Ball
and E. Satderland, Corydon; Orrin Perry and
Charles Woodruff,, Hamlin; James Anderson
and M..N. Powell, Hamilton; William. Gifford
and Thomas Good Win, Keatingr.,.George Moore
and C. 1. 'Minlbury, Liberty; Jasper Marsh
and Wm. Blew, Lafayette; Andrew Gllupand
,Norwieh;.•Joseph Ellis • and
Gideon Ellis,; Otto; S. B. Sartwell and Roman
Lutz, Sthethport; Bishop Lueas and T. Fall,'
Sergeant; N. L.• Dyke and . SeneCa
On motion of G.:R. Moore, the proceeding
and resol.utieris Were ordered to hi:sprinted in
the M'Kein County Democrat. •
Oar motion, adjourned, sine die;
• S. SART WELL, Pres'e.
Jo . N.Eg; Secr'y..
Sjnetliporl„ Augiastlls, 1559. '
Black ite'pahltean Axtomi:
liegraes•are Vetter inan •
St alurg from. Southerners is right. • -. ;
4 1 VcIfristian cannot execate'er•Obey.th'elaws
of the United states... • . .
• 14 t of the Constitution is uneonititittlonal..
• Negro sufliage is compientlable.
IPlergyfoen should pre.aeln polities.• • '
and benevolent .soeieties;.ought to,
'be 'Made engines of Abolitionism. • '
The Constitution is . Ll'lE4lle deathdeathand
eovetiant with he 11... -
" Blacks and whites ou:ght to intermarry.
; Men should be proscribed on account of their
'religious views. . ,' • . . • • •
,Negroes should_hold•OfFiee. •
' 'rhe.Union'is.not.'worth preserving.. .
The constitutional .rights of natoraiized,'citi
zens should taker) from them. ;„
. Pembcpitic sole is: worse t,han, shovVers of
hellfire : • s' • , '
: This GOvernment , out devils nujlthin s g
:The laws of 'the Const itut ion •ought tobe re-
Should bloodslied:•result tbefafrotn the inur.-
derers are justified. , • ' . . • • •
An Opp . 4ition Candidate . Diogusted with his
Stephen: F. J. Trabue, the:-Knoly-Nothing
enrididate for Congress in the Eighth
Kentucky, niter' hav i ng _ 'made a -thorough.c'an-
• • .
vassof the district,'antl.a'scertnintng. the opin •
feelings'of his friends, has' retired in
disgust aitii turned Democrat.: In a letter; to
the , voters of the Allstriit he says:
"This opposition party I. regard as buta fac 7
tion, bayitnr no measure of. public policy—no
motive of reeling to' actuate them other .than•
hate to 'Democracy 'and hope. for office—and so
I have chargedthronghout the district—a fac . 7
lion Which 'if successful, will be powerless. for
grand and . only powerful' .for evil. Regarding,
the Demociatic . party as the only, true 'national
party of the country;brid the only. one capable'
of fighting successfully the many - factions of
the day, and . the:l3lackalefiublican party par
ticularly: I believertto:be the dtrty,:cif all true
coliStitutional.natiorial men, and the:people of
the:Saiith espeCiallY, in the•••pieseat .and ap7
iiroaehing;crisis 0f1.860, to sustain, thaf . party.
Hence to it my' help' apt! support 'shall accord;
'ingly be giVen. In rny;canirai throughout the
district I entleavered-to present my views 'fay
and Whieh.lregard as truly nationel; inVelving
the best interests of ..people' of the whole
country r as well as the natiiralized citiiens•as .
the native as,
.and. When I found those so•re
gently...the loudest in' their protestatiOns of ad- .
'hernee triAmerican principles now • the most
willing to wholly and shamefully abandon them.,
I rekolveil.td retire frOin the heariass.,. - .leaVing
those true men-who had determined to support
me - to act as they limy (Nein best lorthe' gOod
of theii*.country," • • . • •
• The Ilarrisbutgh Patriot Utti'on in• speak
ing of the frequent less.nr Venn lines, rd,rail-.
way on' accomit of defective bridgig, sars :—
observable 'that -nearly all de . -Serious
.railroad aceideMs.oceur at - bridges; and•whil•M
"these re. points, to - which the, greatest atten
tion should be turned they are often liegleCted.
'ACcidents, may' occasionally., happ.n upon the
Most carefully ,managed roads,•but in nine cases
.out'of ten they arise triam''.Wanfon: neglect.-L.
Where a' road is'well conducted absolute se'ou
rity-iS the next thing to . attainable.. During
the -whole time that the Pennsylvania Railroad
'has been' in'operation; with its' sirrimense
mess.anil frCquent trains of passenger cara,,sneh
an'accitipnt 'as this 'nevei, occurred. It glides
overimountains, and along precipiCes,andaeross
many bridges with o , :rfeCt safety. . ThiS secu-.
is• attairied'hy the. most.' exaei system; and
therets no 'riias.an Why all railroad's should nor
be exempt from -to accidents.". •• ' •
rILESIIII:iiT , BUCI,IA'SAN.—TjIe Washington cop;
respondent Of the Philadelphia AmPricizn (oppe,
citron paper) in announcing. that 'President
Buchanan will return from Bedford Springs ear
ly next week, thus speakS pf-his untiring ind U
try. and regular habits.: . . •
"Few men .could have 'stood the:, weh . r:antl
tear'so - welt' during , the list two yerirs;tin'd•but
for hi's excellent habit;whieh*stime - of us envy,
of sleeping 'a given utimber. of -:1101:11.4; whether
the UnionWvas safe.er not . ,at night fall, he'must
have fallen a yictirn'to his high - Office as Oth'ers
.have done in my: day.
more cOnstantly than any . iltudge.in the nubile
service, and purSues dtitails ev . en to their, trifling
conclu'sions. iC might' be . asserted .with some
degree of confldeneethat 'ell the Presidents. in
lwentY..ye:arilhave not read as..many papers, or
heard as mdny . Casei as he has,dope , , aud,•what
is mote,,appeais to . have gained strength by:it.
KANSAS AND TIM NEql2o.—Th4 COnStitillithl4l .
t.:On‘ ; Qolon of :Kanias , have c ompleted : their
Work. seems there...Wa4 one vote' in,it
favor of-making Kansas . 4 slave -holding Sthte:
Of. course when. Khnsas crimes into . the UniOn
she will come in a free State, though the. Co
n prohibit I . i.egyoes from voting or
holding otßce, &c" &c:,, So.the Republicans of
Kanias, : who i so fondly professtheirfore for the
rights'of ma 4, haVce agreed to let the negro 1114
there, but have' deliberately decided "thathe'
must. not enjoy. - politiCl . rights'., po . wever,,the
branch of the. same party. that. shouts for uni
versat freedom, complete. emancipation for the
negro heri,i• has provided an offset in 'our Con ,
If a white Man, - who . happens to have
been born•in.a foreign land, 'Comes here, he can
not vote by alwelverdonth as soon as the no..
grO can vote, who comes from Kanias, where
he cermet vote at all ! . Great is the Diana of
Black Republicanism!, Great is the practice
Of the doetrines 'of freedom and equality 1 In
'Massachusetts it shouts fur complete emancipa
tion of -the: negro atui diSfranchises foreign
white Men; in Kansas - it Shoats for freedom and
doomilhe .free negroe's. - within its. limits to
'What pi. Priee.terims, political slavery
po.LAnit;:ki, N. Y., Aug.. 11
. . .
A fire was' disdovered about half-pait . three
o'cloek : this•inorning, in the. steam elevator in
this place;.o . ivned by Fred T. Corringtim: The
flanies'N'vere 'first seen:in north and water front.
The-iinmense building was entirely consumed,
with the eiception'orthe.ngine . depot...": The
ware house is' said to bare' _contained 150,000
bushels of Wheat and Corn. The loss isiesti•
mated al $150,000, svhich isdoubtless
'mostly in New York : .t'ompanies,• The Can
adian'sehooder.llliir'y; 'which was' ilicharging,
her cargo of wheat last. evening; We's lying at
the ware house and 'was badly burned. Mlle
fire extened . tio further. - • .
the Fourth Congressional District stiqws a
• Neu'l Anon¢ o i LANE M ICILIG Aig t.• Black
Rive, Michigan, in u bilge
defs, .the''citlzene ii C building a barber.
have ,Constrqctcd• two rders :300 , feet long itito
nnd, will, extend theTh nem - well, fur
the6.giving. ten feet of m.yater
LIST OF , JUROIt . IFOR skeTtynsEit
u) , iSig. • • . •
• . . „,,
B rcitlfiir4.7 : —Philo„Aekley,..J. T. ClarkiNa, -
than ' • . '.•
er. • •
flonelii: —H. 'W.:
GalluNs.T. R. Robbins;
F. Richmond. •
..„ . •
ero.--Jas.l3 Otto, H. 0.. siinim on ; pit a pk
Sampson, Orlando Windsor: •
Norwich.—Orrin W. Oallup, Wm. F. Pepper.
ipprn . 7 —Geor ge , .cnirtbr, .George:
MerrickliOusler,Tborripsop Tagg ar t. .
Bradmid;:—Wm., Fieher,,Larned 'S. FOS.
ter, - Orson Hogle, Traman,Shermin.:
Boroy;g7l.--5... A. 'Backus, •G, B. Backing„
Ghohlis Corwin, Rornan'Lutz, S. P. Smith. .
• . Ceres...Rtiben Carter, i tobn H. :Holcomb,
Nathan Palmer', Seth Robinson, .WFiL•Weidem
0044012.—C,yfus 'Cross: , . •
Eldted.A..T . . 'Barden, Asher, G:
'Lamphear, Amos Pepper; C. H. Stull.
. . . . .
jrainaton.—J.. o..Gurining, Isaiah .Morrison.
A. Bright,. Gardner . Barratt,
1 . e x .Gi ff Ord, Daniel Lenox.'..
Liberty.—H. I'. Abby; Andrew Fertner,lno.
East~coo 1, S. S. Lillibrklge.
• . •••
Lafayette.—J. J. Marih. • . •••
Nortoick.-E. , :H. Dickerson,' Diniel Aise,
AndreW L. Rifle, Eseck Smith. ' •
Orro.—C. B. Hopkins, J: K. - Judkins.• ,
Shippen.. 7 -!--John Beers, Kellogg ; Hubbard, S.
'LucOre, Morris Lewis; Henry
Lewis, C.' J: Mciore. . •
,' .• .' .
:The-above named „Jurors will meet . at.the
Court goose in -Smetliport, on Tuesday. the
27th 'day of September, next,' at 10 . , o',elnek
• • ...JOSEPH MORSE; Sheriff.
Sheriff's - offici3,Smeihport, • '
Sr. LOUIS., AlignSt 10
The .Mormons have 'been. 'counterfeiting
checks on' the 'II,. S. Treasury. , One counter
feit check on the Sub-treasury' of St. Louis;
was 'received here. yesterday.': Its Imitation of
the genitine , :lF: admirably. executed'. and well
calCulated to:decehre. The tools, tied' materi ,
'OS were set'Aed.by . the United States Marehal.
l'hey were fruit din a :church. Some of 13ri
-ham's natty ivere arrested. The, counterfeit-,
era are said to he Mormons in 'high •standing
and the rirefits . of, the trenssetion were to ac-'
C - rue to the limirfit of the-'church.' . .• • . • •
At his residence,• in Liberty , townshfp,- on
Saturday the 13th inst., of gonsumptiOn, Pr.
PonAgs COLEMA:q, aged 76 years.....
• lageating township, on Wednesday the 17th
inst.,'FLonayes - ADir.rx dauOrter — of.Williarri
and Oliva Dunbari.aied 2 years; l.moqitts and
1E TO THE
scriber, in PREMISES OF THE SUB
Eldred towqship 4 . McKean" Co.,
PU., a Steer three or four years 01i1, , 0t average
SiZP, red color, a, few white hairs on the end of
his taii,--has hrass "knobs on: the ends"of bis
horns. The owner is requested to piove Own
eiship pay charges, and :take him.aiwayi.or he
will .be sold according to • ,
• : . JOHNCADaIEt.D:
ELDREO,.Augusi42, : 2
$BOO •I'HE SUBSCRIBERS WIS . EL•TO.
. employ an active reliable man'; in
each section of the State to travel and take.or-
dera for . .
SEGARS. AND TOBACCO,
by samples. _Will pay. a'salary of $6OO to $ . 806
per year, payable. memtbly'; . Fo'rsaariples and .
par'tle'ulara apply'to,,or address; nelasing stamp
for return: pqstagei • •CA IVY - BrAMITI4:
' • Tobitc . conists, ~, •
. .•,: 312 - Pe:nor! : street, New
,York. - -.
bunale.of clothing was lostfroni a
Lwagon.in'passing from Bradford to Farmers
Valley: The' bundle contained rasth's , .coat,
pants, •ve“,. and shirt, tied up id factory cloth,
Whoever find's saia bundle, will confer,a fairoi
'on the subscriber, liy lemiing it et '.the Demo
crat Office, Smethport, and will be liberally
paid for his trouble. .MICHAEL QUINN.. •
.WHITt . FISH AND SHAD
WAARANTkO TO' STAND IN' 110 T
WEATkER, FUR 'ALE AT
."DISSOLUTION OF PARTIMASHIL''
ivHE . - Parthership heretofore exieting be-.
twuen T. B. Oviatt and it .B arbor, in the
Printing business, under the name and. style of
OVIATT & 8A1113011 3 is hereby .dissolved.,,byinnu
teal 'consent.' The lisiness..will be continued
by J. 13. Oviatt, who; is authorized to receive
the•amounts due the Company, and yvillpay its
J. B. °WATT,'
• • R. BARBOR.
. . •
Srpethnort, July 2, 1859...
JK..IIAFFEY offers his services to parties
pwni . ig, or .wishing:to,.purchase mineral
lands in •Pd'Kean, Elk,. Clearfield or ' . ..T.efferson
'a7" - Examinations. made and . faithfoßir. rem
Bradford, July 2.7; 1850 •
• AM - 13 - _ROTY - .1 1 PE5....
TATIOAAIVE HASKELL informs the citi.
V V iens.or flae!hitert; and vicinity; ;hat in
,eomplianee . wit h thei rAvishes, he has arranged .
his apparatus 6r taking 'nictitres, at his house: .
Those wishing li,kenesses ean•be accommoda
ted :by call:ing'at the AsTon HotraE. Call soon,
as he cannotnt tend to' tlie:business' but a, few'
'Sinetliport;-July 26, .".. •, .
To Those Interettel in Xining and
• yinefal Lands: .1•
BARNIN offe?whig snrvinen for the • examine
etiun. of Mlnorat briefs in M'Kean end Elk gout).
tins,'. °red • will eive hint opinion as tp the VALUE OF ,
MINES, &o Thomenoging bin Beryline receive
ell noccentryeint reliable .information.
Bunker' Mino. •
eurgemit, 51!lican. Co., Aloe 30, INV.' • •