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iiit‘ii, ''fintii,jeigiliteted hiseclerietif the
,• 414insi', , '' ;.lii. ill tktiai taken pp the'Jitidgel
` ,, i'ilkofi ~ - . .t'#iise;; 05 . 11 speech3O,bo nevritreth.
W '' helm 'Weiler:Ad hiegaielt ai his
"'•opernoisikat the Republicans 'of the North have
- been,' an . Ouch ' slandered by'the Democrati
Ott' Brown affier.. , The colonel topk
• ' iltif d iiiinid:ititit„ ,44 new partyfriende were
Art tshiptielitArt fniAtrit nand schemathat they
',rill.t 4 04 4 1 40 1 5 6441 . 4 0 *.thatt they were as
I, liitesiesnt4f At. Niit4iiiratii-lind that the Demo.:
teellitifit:ilkatiCeitillufariltroolt Hr. tilimbital
'',f(filleatg-tindratililtytoftlellberate'lying in main ,
-,' -Aiiinfolig ;As?. vistrerye; lit Course our Remain=
- ' 1 eillilbittiditt,will 'feel 'weir : mech.,. elated ever .
'illt#Pt l4 .liiltiv,.til PeOr•iDemoctats; ni in - thlli,
Irnintii Wait frit Very'. bad. ;In truth, 'we can
''''lntrilly le* frkitta , crying..',„' But , hark,. This
' ','.vutitilliliseulonel pretends tribe the fasidriend
it Nimbi, end upon that pretence has
"quiten - Member of Democrats into the ,sup 7
.plefiltion that he (Fotney) •was,not pitying the
• traitor ta bin party that has made. him.. ( , NoW
what iays boogies, the man that. Forney ie
pretending to support,upon this subjett? Od
' •- the 23d 'dayof Jannity,lB6o, he made a speech
in the,Senate, anil . tin , that speech• he said:
. r`1 44 1.1144414 'thaUlf contiderei I' ail outrage at
, . firsepiereWiery iiileirieal, natural, and Ueeeseary
tetiolik . ueOlteot'Oreiti , tottollOget and doctrinos of the
.Koi vr „,,, I am not making thill,state.
', ' m erit i ', purpose of crimination, or for
peieliesiel itilect.‘..ideeire to ask'the members of
,tithirlOartrio,en.cetsider the doctrines they are
Ill , tifir laßlit'l4 enforcing,with a view of ob
timitiat their judgment is to whether they
. dn sionlead Aireittly to , the consequences we •
heel 'latel' 'witnessed, lig , engaging' in ,thei r
' ' etetrititin those deluded persons who think that
• • all they say is meatitin real earnest, andought
to Or calmed outs; , ; The, great , principle that
‘ underlies the organization of the . Republican
-- , 1 perty'is ihrf''v,iolent, irreconcilable, • eternal
' ' warfare upon the institutions of A m.rcan slave
ry - ith , a Vievir to its •ultimate extinction
Stronghold the' land r ,a •sectional war to be
waged until the cotton fields , of the Seitth shall
'• be cultivated bir free labor, ot the rye fields ,of
'WO'Fitnik and Massachusetts shall be cultiva
'o; tedhY alive laber... In furtherance of this art i
,Cle of their nreed, you find a political organiz,,t
lons' not Onlylsectional •in ite location, •but one
= •Wheise.aitelity consists in appeals to Northern
. prepidice, and Noll born'
ambitierklegabist Southern Statea, Southern itr:
, priitutiii:Osi end . Southern people. I, have had
, sioniketiperiencir"iiilighting this element within
this Pietist* years; and I find that the . Sol.llTe of
„ itepoirer consists in' exciting the prejudices'
s ' ind.patisirins, of the,' Northern section, against'
'thole of ihe Sodtherw sec tion. They note only
attempt to excite the North against the South,
• brit they invitethe South to assail, • abuse, and
traduce:the North, „The abuse df violent men
• frem thit - South, of Northern . Statesman and
Nortberniteople is essentially a triumph ofsthe
RepubliCan eause. . Hence; •we have not only
to answer 'appeal to Northern passion and
prejudice, and to prevent the desired effect, but
we hie toenconnter their appeals toSouthern
men to abseil us in order that they may justify
their assaults tipon the' plea of self-defense."
There Toe have it—Forney against Douglas,
or Douglae- against Forney, which ever you
please?;: And there lwe Might leave them, but
we will not jest yet: This speech of Forney .
Wissonsider significant.. It shows conhlusively
wlsslin he stands—that he- has abandoned the
Dernomatie party,_and Douglas, aril all his
past ties,'•and throwif himself bodily into the
rink& • Of the optiesition. : Walloon moreit
'llfriWs that he only pretended to be a Douglas
:it ila in to make his treachery the more sweeping
litid!his treakin ‘ the more effective. And-it
-, - `' ; doer not here, for it showe that the Repub-,
• Ilion - tendete' k e ve -become restive under the
imPittition 'the whole Country has cast upon
them for their responsibility in the John Brown
, raid, nod as a 'last resort they have procured
thri service's'fit Forney—Lthe 'price of which is
the elf,rite House, duly peid in hand
—to extricate them Dom•the'dilemma: They
blow they are gitilty, and it is a goioesign that
theircimacientes begin to price them. Theyof
course ,deny the , responsibility, and _Forney
"swears to thadzinial, but it avails themnothing.
The connection between cause and , eflect in
this villein too palpable for any to be deceived.
'Not. that the,wholi party, or any considerable
portion nt iti were privy to the outrage before
it Was ceminitted; .not but a large proportion of
4 thtliarlT would have condemned it if they had
known it. BO the Party is responsible in the
fiat that'itir doctrines and teachings lead di
rect* talest such evil:nett, and this truth can
not be , sbirked"' or , simpessfully . denied. The
party emit* onlyiry exciting the passions and.
prep:dicited the /Northern people;against' the
Men indlinitititionaof the South. Their plat
forms, their preitiel; their pamphlets and books
all teach Warfare,' in Bettie shape or another,
upon ibCSeuth'., Lincoln; - their most distill
. gulablit4 champion in Illinois, if not in the whole
West ! taught when he Said he did riot ribelietre
the goSerounent could endure permanently half
slat/11;1nd half free. He did not expect the
House, triT fall, bUt'he .did expect it would be
divided. It will betome all one thing or all the
other. " Hither the opponents of slavery will.
arrest ': the , further speed of •it, and place it
, Where the pablic mind shall rest in the belief
In' thit It hi, in,tha course of ultimate extinction,
or its atifoneteowill push , forviard till it shall
bletinWitilika lawful in all the States." And
SeW4d.ititight•it when he inid: "It is an krt.-
Piesillets conflict between' opposing . and ender
: Trig Miceli and iCtimans that - the United States
Wait and ; Witt, sooner 'or later, become either
i eritireleditivielolding nation or entirely a free
falekinifioil. o +'- There is• but one way , in whidh
'hist wirfinitutthis *conflict—can be vaned, and
fhat is' piiiefintly the iisy 'that John Brown ad
oPt4 - "4!ftiatioallollo'vred by,this teaching as
*evil** ii4aylight follows from sunshine.
lifatainstand fanatital men not stop to rea
son hathelnatter. ;it is; enough for them• that
the greet lights ofthe party preach a conflict,
' and tbey stand .ready wage it. , There is hut
one way in'Which the republican patty can re
1, neva itsettnif thernieponsibillty for the•,, murder
,04Ptfaaltrit`arliarper'tiVerry, and:thet .is yby
inspuilintimt eltogether the doctrinei and teafhl •
' 4 ' singenairprineiplee'it kai heretofore eaponseds
' loo ool l 'il'alnc:they ,must
expeci. to have
t ilkoa , tesponsibillt7. ca st them no
iiinitterlilt.biskittheftwinee, tike gall d jad e
Southern'lndiariien,'Orinted at •
siti;"who.bria,been'one , Of;the.mosf * .zeil i cia.of.
ON*. 011ubl i Om: etiYins in his ad vociey of the
pinlifenlvbeen - ..ionierted
eirriv-pr . hja . way 7 --Inis :been struck,-with a
rOiright*smiishininfilight; i ' and time stleaks of
iii'fortizer , ,Politieal . associates*:
4 .!ltetent events,* Well known to 'newspaper
.readera, have sliewn , cleurly that the , most ultra
*viewif arri.,to yule.the republican party, that a'
sectional 'man befind ' to. be."•the'Presidential
Candidate in ,isap. repub
licas;.periy.beCause*.suPposecl .it waa. about
trieutloose 'from 'the abolition party; and 'take
,conservative;* national.: grounds. Since it has
failed to thustiet;;We canifoi act With it: ',..The
Democratic party still
national gi . ounds; we have po . . other 'alternative
,kut . tO acf.w4h.t.lia.Detneertitie party. :We re ,
'gard_ . the eifentiftfthe most **. critical.. period of
our national existence . We, haVii - beheld nieri
banded togetheri'* . goin'g* into; a neighboring
Strieel , and putting to deat h . peaceable. citizens:
Anti we haVe Been also;leaders' of a**greaf.Paity
eulogizing those murderers as heroes; and cast
ing:*all *manner , or.9b)ptin y and contempt npon
. State :and federal autkorities. for bringing
them to Merited justice.' We have seen 'also
theie'same political* leaders; .wherciecupy.high.
places, aidingldscAtering broadcast over our ,
,country atuipeblicatiohs — calculated
'only to breetfilhiunicon, and set 'pha' section rof
Oniiimat variance , with the other.* In noting
carefullithe course hibiniipoliticul Parties . for
ieveral.; months,- we , haVe become convinced
that the llaineciatic ..Party is in no danger of
being controlled, Ariv.enfrom a true pertiona
.by the few disaffected in the party. On
llie'other.: hand, When. we *see the . New tork
Tribune,.tlie Cineinnati Gaiette, and 'nutherous.
lother republican • papere,. publishing
speech 'alter Speech from peocher., Cheever , .
Phillips, and others'
. olthe-mpit Violent.aholi
tionists in: the ,Urifon, 'with little or no corn..-
memo,. except: in the same strain , we are ferced
6i:conclude. that they sy mpathize With them,
and lutlfe 'an object in. view ea
Treason is one of the higheat et bites :known to
law, and . if a, party suatairis traitqrs to the gov
ernment we cannet*tell what next to expect of
TIII3.CIMISTIAII GEKTLE3eAN.—He is above
mean thing. lia.eannet. stoop to trawl, he in.'
vades no secrets in the keeping of another: . He
betrays 'no secrets coneuled.te his own keeping.
.He - never. struts in . 'borrowed
takei 'Selfish advailtage‘of no . man's mistakes,
He uses no'ignoble Weaponh 'of 'controversy : : . -- -
He never stabsin the dark.. ,lie hmot one
thing toe man's face and another to his back.
If by accident' he comes intopossession of his
'neighbor'S'coensels, - he passes .upon thihn an
act-of instantoblivion. lie benri sealed pack
-ttgeshvithout tampering with the. wax. - Paper's.
hot meant for hie'eye Whether theY.flutter at
'his window or lionpen before him in unguarded:
exposirre:arasacred ~ to him. He profanes: no
privacy of other% however -the .sentry sleeps:
Bolts and :bars, locks . and keys,. hedges and
pickets, bends and securities, notices 'to tres
passers, ere none of Ahem for.hime He may be'
tooted liy.himeolf,out of sight near'the thin
nest partition anyWbere. 'He Mays no °Mee, he
sells none; fie, intrigues. for - done. ;He would
rather fail of hirrights : than win'
- . them • by
.He will eat - honest?bread: :He tram
ples en-no - seneative 1-16 insults - no
nrtan...:lf be have rebuke - 'for another,
sit-alight-forward, oped'and manly:. - ;cannot
desdend. to. scurrillity'. ...Billingsgate 'doesn't
lie inhis creek.: From all prafane and wanton
dialect his lips are chastened. Of, women, and
-tie her he,iMeaks with . decency and respect.
short whatever he judges - honorable he practi
ces toward every man'.—Clayton.,
Gem:: SUOGESTION.-A New York paper
suggests that the sameness of the speeches. de
livered in Congress'would justify a. more brief
Way of reporting than .that adopted, which filli
our daily cotemportiriee with endless..rigatha
; oles never read by, any one. it recommends
a style like the following, and we concur in its
suggestion; . . • . •
Sherman— • ”Non-Abolitioniets• are In
itrnments of the devil: • God guard the nigger."
Mr. Pennington— , ',John Brown was:a. favor
ite eon of God. May.:blessings.shield the nig-
Mr. Grow—ctlielPer is
,a Vhilanthropie hero,
and Shermen•is his prophet. May joy be ever
with the 'nigger."• • .' .•.
Mr. Colfax—" Let the `
country perish;. . but
only•aave the nigger:" ' •.:
lUitchins,-giLet the:Union go.to eternal
smash.' live the. nigger." All the Re
publican members' in ch . :nue; "Long live the
*rtigger;?'• . •.• . •
. . .
, THE NEW :SENATOR. FROM CALIE:ORNIA.77A
'corresparideht of%.the . Albany Joririal briefly
recounts the career, of the newly elected Sena
tot horn California as followei
~'.. .• . •
The ebb:tide flowing throligh the Golden
Gateirwill ion bear to out Natiohal Capital
the 3 , l:king Soniter from the PacitieState—Mil.
The writer of this paragraph knew the pres-
ent Gov.ernOr of California, in college days, and
has watched with interest his cumblating hon
ors. • In 1845. he graduated at .Tefferson College,
Pa:, then a'youth perhaps of.tWerity years. 'A
few .years of Patient study in . .a law Mike at
San Francisco, and he steps into., the political
arena, a 'Representative.in:.Congress from:his
adopted State:' Then followed,hisappointmeut
as, Collector of : Customs 'at San:Francisco.•-•-•
, Again, he is carried. into the Gubernatorial .
Chair; and now,.before .has passed the me
ridian Of, years, he is elected to the Senate of
the'clnited 'States! We dobbt if there is a par
!Olel in the bietory of. the country, where a
young man has attained to the highest .
of.his Sfate,at so early in,age, and
.so short a
,period of tinrie. • .; • • . •
THREE 'ROVSING CHEERS•FOR THE UNION.—:It
le Cuiious to see with:what facility, the Repub
lican leaders are changing front on the slavery
qUestion—are becoming the - real and:Veritable
Union-saiers. It was only the other day that
in assemblage which met .in Connecticut to
"choose delegates to the Chicago Convention, to
hoinidatdStiesio; or aume.other e‘higher-law"
champion pealed a 'resolution.te the effect that
''they'were prepared to!defend . the Southagainst
tnvanons like - those.`of Diem; into Vir,-
ind.aftirwarda adjourned (so the rel.lie
ginth told' us).with iinifing . choirs: jor the .tbi
iquit. think of ,that,, Master. Broolis!"
rozobii deenVor the Asian! by men met
togeiber ;:to. send delegates to a Xonvention
where one;hill-ef the. Union not be iepre
'iented, and to 'nominate - it candidate who . will
no 4 get a vote south of *aeon linel
17titse . routing eater:..,joe'the • Milan! . the' very
who fUrnisheit the .1111118 for" the inveljou
Virginia and drove g lohn 'Brown on' to.' des- .
Duction; and who '.'clenouce the Union iqui a.
`,Teague with Death and covenant With Hell I"
Ii mitlecidedly rich? It.is well .vreUve
'thins '.on the inexorable' record—they. have
made it for themselves, and they shall be held'
up el a hiaiing•ad reprOach bekire the
Oh, .-.•;;;...4 . . ...
~;',.,1 Attie •-',...--:;:.„,,:,• • ,
‘rie.°ltilti: n .
• . ~ ~ 1,4 p (rat:
.'''.:.' l ' . *iiidiii s ,: : .*:oll)rit'aii:l6,lB6l'.l
• S.:111. PET . TENOILL.O, CO'S -
ADVERTISING. AGENCY.' . ' •
119 Na.fana stfeet,. let to York( gi l d - 10./State St. Jiosioa
PATTE'I4(III.f. & , 00.. are the Agente • for,tlie
M'Ke.t.lt• DIIMOORAT and the* meat Infineatial and largest,
eireulating NeVrepapera ih the United Staten mud the Can.:
adee. They.'are nuthorized eontlcaot fur tel at 49,4
' are' the'.reciPient 'of .legislative- fa . vors
froMltion. h M 13eNTON, E; COWAN, of the
Mail, and L. floosies, of the eitt:isa,.Toi.whiCh
.they will accept our . thanks., We, further .
proMise; if we sh . ouldjbe so untortnnate: as. td
speed a winter Ifurrishig!gi to hOld each oi,
Allem in I , „ . raleful . rs:rnerriberettee.,.; .. '
the Dcrikionnt office to 'call and eettle theli'ac
'cOunts: Court week will afford an excellent
opportunity •to cull owns: . personally:; or4send
the dmobiltfliftheiejndebledness by a neighbor.'
Grain.,,of all kindswiil be taken, COunty ,
ders, and eSpecinlly,.Cnsir. After that time
we shall be oblbted to,disconthmethe paper to
luch.as fail !o.settlb their accounts' at thnt
time, however gobd they: may' be for the
.amount of their indebtedness. We have to
expend a cadaiderabla sand, each weekifor
per, &e., in addition to our labor; iivbich shoidd
be borneby..our'subscribers:. 'at all events we
have not the means to advance' farther.
A «Dsd ical ion . Ball" la.to be hebtaf
TIN'S new. Hall, Olean, this evening Supper
will: be served at the'Oleari House. .
The Democratic. eluh:vhs addressed by E.
13.'Epesn, Esq.,.at .its last meeting. The
No information of the proceedings ofthe : Har;
Ferry Investigating ; . Committee have
been madOpuldic; Consequently..the reports sp . -.
pearing in the papers, tire' not to be , eyed ited....
• . FOUND Gtmay.--The trial, at Erie, of Wm.
Retchcr mutalel of Alichael . ..O'Niel,
has resulted .in a verdict of ':Guilty of,Morder
in th'e fiist'dewree.'' • • ' • '
. . .
S..T.Oooti..proprietor . of the Hyde House,
'Ridgway, has favored ms . vvith an invite toat
tend a ~W ashington Ball," to' Come off on
Wednesday evening, the 9.2.1 , instant.. :The
,a model'iandlord and has. the
retinisite factilty:•of making the 4 visits of his
guests agreeable. ' •
We regret to learrpthat several heavy con- .
tractors on the Sunbury and Erie Railroad are
obliged to' suspend work;
.in consequence of
failure in feceiving their estimates: Unlees•
the Cortipany sucCeed, within a few days; in
raising funds; there must be a general. suspen
sion of operation... The•scarcity of money is
.SuCh that, no reasonable.offer fur the...bonds. has
been received. . •
• We call the •atterition of Merchants,
sellers; Prtfgists,.Painters and others, to the.
advertisement of ' TitE CnoTori .fVfatrussorn
!tract POMPANSr," of NCi. COrtlarid street;
Netv. York,•in.atiother column. This Compri:-
•ny undoubtedljrstands at the head•of .the trade;
both in quantity and variety of
. .tha-gobds they
manufacture.and import;; as they..are cons
tantly manufactaring,, they . keep up a fall 'as
sortment at all ;reasons •of the, year, and are
fu'lly prepared to fillordersfor goods in'. their,
line at any time. • ' • . '
A't a' Democratic Convemion held at
on the 7th inst.: WM. 4' Galbraith and Weles
lace. Sherman, were .elected delegates 'to the
Reading Convention.. A - resolution was passed:
instracting.the delegates : . to:use all - honorable
ineans . .to secure the nomination of Hon. An.-
noin:PLumea. lorGovernor. •
The ObsCrvei says, every Township' bat' One
one was represented,' and the preceedings were
harmonious and . satislactory. - The feeling
universal in lhe.converition was 'favorable to
Friend Banac.h., of. tho .Elk Advocate, is se- ,
verely down on the Saloons of Ridgway, corn
ptalning'that ianpare•played at those places.
We 'extract ; what. seems to •he the gist of , his
complaint: ' • • ..
-. “Perheps.some of our friends . rnay think. that
we are ratherbarsii in thus speaking; but when
they . are, compelled to pass through the „same
ordeal; we 'have lately been compelled to pass,
they would be willing to agree' With: us, that it
is*fiecessary . that sotnething should.be detie.''
"our friend has evidently '/ost g s and
consequently been "elected" for the bivalves,
.and, the cooomptia'inutat.i.: . Of course ,stso'ine
thing should be done"—Pity . 'emf. . •
PLOT TO secone AN. U. S. SENATOR.-A
respondent of, the Bittebtirg.,Poit professes to
have gained knowledge 'of a sclieme to antici
pate thdelection of an
,U. S. Senator in our
State Legislature, to supply the . place of Gov.,
Bigler, which will be' vacant in 1861. The
elect* under the law will not take place till
nee, winter; birtthis correspondent says that
-it was concocted at a banquet to:Speaker Law.
rence, last week, in Philadelphia, that's bill
should bdbrought in during the session of - the
,Legislathre, alterinq the, day of, eleetion, so as
tomakeltlalre place,during the present Leg- ,
islative session. Ifs . passage idboth branches
iecOnsidered certain, and Should, 'Gov. Packer,
veto it=as is more than likely—the Itepublit
cane can carry, it through the - House byrt two- .
thirds iote; and 'through the Senate also, if .
they watch their opportunity when the absence
-of a single. D,arnocratic Seneator would gi've .
them the requisite inajOrity. We hardly think
eo high-handed . tt plot to gain political pOrier,
will be attempted, even by the reckless_ majoi
ity Who now control our Legislature; but
should it be tried, and succeed, the flagrancy
of the act will recoil - with terrible effect upon
the perpetrators. "- Thepeople, although some
tines misled, are Itohest o and, will not. eounte:
:lance dishonestY in theirrepiesentatives. ,
T9AVABUIP the .eleitlonilant
Frida s Y,•-TheDemocraiic ticket in ' the ..TOWti
ahip of Kea ting was .eleete4;riq in..increaSed
malority over : the' October .
•,pitblic'.anii had :nntrifinnied their ticket' :several
•daY'l; . previoae, .and, tinder the lead of • F. y . ..•
Pieice;alias §helden„'vigortnisly contested the
election 7'hei.,'imminees. were .all tine men,
and delerving of a.dretterfate. Fronk Pierce,
'ad he is known hereabouts;, was'. the Repulican
:cMididatn. fur Inspector of election, aS'the
Democratsrstippirted but .Ono.,person . :for that
offic 4 e ) '(and 'the lawrequiring that two be oho=
sen)'Was elected; receiving his party.'vote..
In the .13ormgh the Democratic, ticket wee
elected„excepOnstice of ‘he.Peace. Phifetus
elected over W. S.
Broydiell,.,Denocret. 'd au s e of - th'e'clefeat
ot.lkfr. BroWriell westhe fact that was ear"
retitli.repOrted—and by his political friends— .
th'at if elected he wenid mot tek'e. out his corn - -
mission; this coupled with declared intention
of the remaining justice, to be absent the corn
ing summer, .indnced a portion the Demo
crats to vote for Mr. Ford. • :•,
On the Whole Friday. :Was a proud day 'for.
peinoericy; of the tWeritY-eight offices to be
filled, in:Ahe,Toweship.and Borough,. but two
Republicans were chosen: FnkNtc P . l.Elta . Ej an
lespector ..of F : lection; and Puir:nrus FORD,
Justice ef' the Pence. Thelatir , gentlemnrr
was elected through•Uns of misrePresention,
the fornacr by siifeight.Reimbl'ithn votes
. to . be hoped and desired that the young
Men of the.rl3orough and. vicinity,
themselves up. well on the .'next Resolution to
lbe debated before the Lyceinm• r , Rersived, that
a protective' tariff is necessary to this eOuntry,
at'the present' time." Such Schools' lingoes
tronably.pave 'the way for the }Meng men to
sow . the seed" hat will not only . be ProductNe
'of iffimedia n te profit, but may lead: them to eYer
lasting rent:Wn...;lt'is said that Horace Binney
'remained in his office Tor.rflong time':(it is al-
Most incredible, but I think two years) before
he. re c eived any employment REl'a
one single case::- 'Bat during that time, he em
ployed himself in addressing Courts.. and jurys
of his own creating; and. thus • when he made
his debut, tha• court, jury, 'and by-standers
Were a s tounded; and from that day till this, the
world has well ; known and does well know what
the name' of Horace BinnneY means.. - •
AN EARLY FR3EN'E 'TO 'LITERARY SOCIETIES
WAsiirsGroN 7th; 1860
.. . . .
.Ma. Enrybra—The Black Republicans and
their allies, have' consuminated the corrupt or
ganization by electing the most infainous of ell.
renegades to the. Clerkship of the House, and
united to the wickedness of their own treason
the villainy. of the Forrest letter, and the noW
imbecile. malignancy of its 'anti - mt.' Forney has'
received his-reward, a fact of singular4.signift
banee."...Mr. Douglas has .vvithheld his cheek
frorri the ludasAiss with which. Forney.would
have printed it,,, andthis . man Who yet d.
for some consideration among : decent ''men, on
account of his supposed .connection : With the
statesman of the West, has . finally thrown . him=
self - and , ' the huge burden of hie Crimea into the
bosom of Black. Republicanism,
meets like. Reis now laboring for the'promo
• tion'of Sinneon.Carneron, - the Winnebrigo chief,
who went into' the Senate over this same For ;
ney's head, by. having corruptyotes with mon
ey Corruptly got.
.No man, in.past. times, has
Sent mare knives to . the brutally.corrupt heart
of Siineon Cameron l -than his ,present • fawning
friend, When' acting. .in good faith as a 'Demo. ,
erotic:editor, 'and before.his covetous..eyes had
fallen upon, the. Clerkship,. the .glittering .price
extetitled in , the open palm of Black' Republi
,canism as. •a teinpting .alluiement to .treason.
The thief Helper, the betrayer ,and slanderer
Forney, and Cameronthe amasser of a fortune
by Cheating savages—all renegades, scourged
V. the justice of honest men—have . naturally.
enough alliliated, With any part} , base enough,to
accept their alleigance. •-•• .. .
:.Forney is.said to be the engineer of a move. ,
anent to defeat Wm: H. SeWard at Chicago, and
place•the.narnes of Cameron and *Bates on the
sectional ticket. - Let . this old plotter, this erni
gently. venal politicalsinnerbe brought for Ward
'as a candidate fol. the Pres!dency. He May;
'like the Veiled Prophet, have .unbounded influ :
ence aipong his deluded tollowers,..but 'we will
lift the' veil, pot ;4411 gently; Mid expose the'
hideousness - of his personal as well .as his political
features. Among other rerninisences We might
commend- to hia. notice the Winnebago pans;
'plilet,operations with Middletown Bapk.noteit,'
&c.: . We 'can beat Seward; .but Caii"ernii;:With .
Forney as . public abettor, in papriiii:Orsiugh *,'
campaign, would only be. making a '..itiort awl'
inglorious race to'his political4graire:X, - 1: ,
• Winter 'Davis'has. been'. relsrar eik.(4:: Isii
Pennington vote by'the -.electio4'., , lo Itir4*Ciff;
man, of. Maryland, as.Sergeant=ll4. 7 *iini 7 4.:the,'
only, Southern member of Congress ' , ,1 . ,y15il .voted
for the.expulsiori of the late "Preston SArooli's.
It is rumored that MoistOn,, the candidate of
the Black Republicans,. for Door-keeper,. is a
Democrat in. disguise, playing,. the rascal to
cheat those who are a little better. than him
The - committes will soon be announced. Mr
Sherman' had .made them out on alhorOtighly
“irrepres'siida" basis, but •Mr.. Pennington will
'make important changes'. Mr..Sherinan and
Mr. Corwin, however, will probably head the
leadidg committees. • _
Many very important ,bills are matured and
ready to be submitted to both Houses. Among
others .various Pacific. Railroad hills; and -reve
nue and tariff hills: The Pbst Office deficiency
bill of Mr. Phelps will not pass withoutoppesi
tion,.perhaps modificatiOn. . .
• :The..mail contractors are
,here . in force . to
look after. .their.interests.': * . •
The second number of. Cot, Florence's Demo.
erotic 141.461 P willsoo n make its, appearance. in
thet, form of a neat and very valuable book.' ."
Judge-Black's “Obserirationti," with a .pre
face by: -the tvittior,...have been published by
Morrison & Co: The. preface .is not directed
against- Mr. Douglas, but against the BlaCte
Republicans. . • .
Wr . .sioxGro!.,l, Feb. 10, 1860.
Mtti ,Eorron.:—lt is eertain that .the now
derk will retain only tour , or five' of the old
attaches of the office. '
. The Door-keeper has appointed Darling an.
doodenow, his chief competitors for the norni
nation, to be. his first and second assistants
He:has, 'alio, given a subordinate . position to
ahother Orbis•4ponents in the 'Caucus:
The nil:Postmaster has as . yet, deCapitited
only two of his.subordinates, but it is supposed ,
that he• Will relieie all the rest Of their Offidial
heids aqthce same time and with one b10w...
, The Clerk Will' fill out the listOf hiwappoiOt
meats at Thiladelphia;•;:(where 'be goes this ,
morning):anclannbuncethem on his return..• •
• The'olection of House Printer is •now attract
ing a great deal of attention.' The Opposition
Caucus dividedL bitterly . divided on the
subiect.'".• Mitchell, +editor , of the •St Louis
News, Defrces of Indiana, editoi of the Atlas,
and Coombs of the Washingtod Republ(e, pre
sented confli c ting claims to their.radical broth•
ren who met in the Capital. it is an eiCied
ingly fat and' tha wires hie, never been
inore'indusfriously.or mOreingeniously played'
upon.. than • they have •been in. the strife - attar
this office. • :: •'•
'...Forney's sly but anxious , efforts .for the
exceeded this struggle in. the
sity of.the pursuit, but the noise of the brawlipg
was not nearly so loud . ; • Mr. Defrees has se
cured', the nomination,' and %%till. probably be .
elected. Monday next. *lio'ited a httid fight
for it against a most powerfill.Oombination.'
• Mr."Grund's naminatioii:as
has at last bee'n confirmed. • •-
aeneeal.: :Whitney,' Superintendent' ot. the
United States Armory;. at Springfield„ hfassi
chusetts; has beeri nominated to the Senate as
,Collector:'of the Port
. nf• Boaton, to take the
place . of Mr. Austin, removed:' : • •
. The Post Office : deficiency. bill has been seri
otisly mharrassed ...by ameatiments, •couot '
amendments, &c:'.The cantractors are in • great
distress,and plead:rpost earnestly.lbr its pass:,
age in any format all. . . •
Joshua H. Giddings was • : summoned' before,
the Harper's Ferry Investigating Comenittee.
He is now on a political prospecting. tom.. He
is violently for 'Frempnt . and :Dayton aS the
Black Republican • candidates for 18.66 It is to
be. hoped by. the Demoeracy that they will be
nominated.. •• •
The glorious result cif . the recent, municipal
election in the city of Lancaster is an aehieve
ment of•nn small magnitude,-and - thoUgh but a
loca . l
election, it is an' index pointing with an
unmistakeable and imMovable anger to the tri 7
umphant success of the Pemo'craic party in the
great battle . thatis to be fought - in November
for the sovereignty of- the States, the:Union
as it is, and' the Constitution as it was framed.'
• • LOcal elections generally ,depend.muChl upon.
the character of the candidates for their result,
as really no political , prineiple is involved in
.them. 'Such was not-the case,'hOwever, in the
Lancaster election. It, was purely of aparti-.
san characten, so fought; with the most bitter
onslaught on the part of the • vanquished,' and
so won. by the•gallant pemocracy. • '•
Not an unimportant feature of this signal
election is, the fact that, the Republicans -and
their eiders and abettors `have:fqr some ; time
:secretly hugged this occasion as an opportunity.
toWreak their 'enmity upon the President. It
being his home and the
. place that nursled the
self-constituted; •Mazeppa,. a victory here;
whichwaS an easy, task, - having . carried the
•October eleition,hy a large majority, would be
hailidlOtAieir;tirethren throughout the State
as a rilitOttstothe Chief Magistrate, and a jus;
tificatiOn.iit the ingrate that Seld•his lienefaCtor
and principles, for a mess of pottage. SO flush
ed with their, success, the'camp, followers, of
the.sectionalflag of.RePuhlicainism, quartered
in that.locality under:ole generalship of:kir/in
' EATS STE - its:is, defiantly threw down-the gaunt
‘ to the Democracy: But never was an ar,
roga'nt foe more discomfitted than these crafty
tricksters, who sought to stigmatize the worthy
head of our' nation, in local contest in the city
I which he lionorS with the claim of his horde:
. . ,
Ne beepeak•in behalf of.the party a thou`-
skid thanks to the noble Democraciof our
sister city, for; while the thunder. .of the can
non that were fired . for the election of 'the
apostate .to the Clerkship of We - ,I•Jonse ,
were: unheard,. 'their glad shouts_ of vie
rory will re-echo from the hill-tons and vallies,
and ring joyfully upon the ear of the friendsof
the Uniorl.and constitutional rights.. •They..
have hroken the -pike of- the insurrectionist,
and•driven back the advancing , artillery of the
enemies of Democrac y that were ridingrough
shod over our- country.—Pennsylvan i an. .
Thetrial of Hazlett has been concluded. .• On
Fiiddy.evening his, counsel'• made an able de
fence, then' the case was 'submitted to the jury,'
.when, the Court. adjourned. : On Saturday the
jti.ky returned a verdict of guilty: The pris-
Mier received the announcement with the *same
indifference.that ha's . charactelizedhis conduct
'thiotighout 'the trial. ' • •• .. '
.IJIAMETER.OF A qiitcLE.—ateo
- from the center parting off your wife's hair
M'the'extreme edge of circumference of her
dress. Double that and you will have the .di
ameter.to a nicety.
. If you had a friend whom you, desire to re
main a friend, get in debt .to him. . He'll never
ledve -you; . he'll, haunt you and ""in fond:re
membrance" ever' Cherish your virtues and the
amount of Your indebtedness to hitid ,
It is our duti, not only .to scatter.benefitS,
but even to strew flowers. for the sake of our
fellow-travelSrs in the pathways ofthis wretch
ed world.--dherterAld. • '
Cabinet Shop in Nechaniesburg.•
A WOLTERS. reaptictfullY _annotinces ;to
the. inibtiC that, notwithstanding 'these
hard times, he is manufaeturing and keeps con
stantly on hand:'all kinds of furnittiro, such' as
• CARD, CENTER, , • .. •
, • B EAKFAST TABLES,
CHAIRS of all kinds. "end • ityles,aiiii—and
Common, Ready-Btade •COffins, &c., ofthe
very best material and manufacture.
Smethport, Feb:25,185 8 • •• • . 14f,
IDE-HILlf. AND .SHOVEI., PLO WS, A SU
peripr itriicle, maneradtured at the • •
The. Firist • Gnti s of lege.
Conviction' of Hcizlett
BosTorq. Feb, *1860..
-AST OR :.:HOUSE.
11111tETNPORT,' N'NEIiN • COUNTY, Milt. :
• . • • • .
BEGO: leave to, announce, to• ,
canaraunity and the:public generally that he '
his purchased 'the above harried hotel,-formerly;
occupied bY".Tarries.Miller, and refitted it In a
style suited to-the times and" wants of the Pub—
'. ' HIS • TAB , LE
. • .
Will always be.supplied With,thelestAhe mar".
ket and the sorrounding conntrynan shard. • •
• •'a I S IS , 13AR
Willbe•supplied with the choicest' Wines and
' . STABLES:, . .• -
Will s bein the "cate,of
sponsible for their conduct, to their employer
who will giVe thesentire establishment his per-,
.sonal supervision. , ••• . • • •
In short eveirdepartment of hie establish- •
ment will be supplied:with all the •
COMFORTS AND CONVENIENCES
the weary traveler can' desire: • • . • .
In• the hope that be will .. be able to, make his.:
during their visit at- - his hnuse,- he respectfully
solicits a shire of public patrdnage. - - •
• Smetbport, Jan. 1, 1860. , • n313-.6m.
FV7rllF73" , rM7wi'rl'zq
No, lb, Courtland Si. -No.N7o:•YoZii..
.I)frenly sipposite:tl!e :Wenn"'
,0 ROTON 3[IIIIIITRACTITRINP: COMPANY )
(Organized in 18 : 16;_ wider' Abe 'General Menu
faCturint-Law . ..of the State of New York:)
...•Cliers at wholes*, in quantities to - suit pur-
ChaSers, at Manufacturer's lowest priees j ,far
Cash or approvederediti- 7 : , •
Paper Hangings, of every variety of style and
• Larders lo match; Fire-Board Ptints.
• Transparent VindoW.Shades. " •
Oil Window Shades.. . .
Wtde Window Curtain Papers, 'and , WihdoW
Shade Fixtures. • , , •
Store Shades made to ordr and Lettered,
Of the latest styles and Superior 'fipish,- all of
their own •,manufaqure ',and imrsirtation. •As
tlieir stock is large and entirely new, theY , in
vite Merchants, • Booksellers, and. Dealers in
these articles, to call and examine .theiis, Styles
and prices', whenever they visit the city. •
A LL PERSONS are hereby cautioned.against
ladrboringor Irustin;. my son SA3itrZt. G.
on my. account; as Will pay no debts of .his
contracting,: and will not bd ,responsible for.
,his acts, after this date. . • . • ...
. . ARNOLD . SOUTHWICK;
Keating January 23, 1860. •
. . Enos Parson :-; In
. the Common
• • -vs . ' Pleas .of M'Kean
Calvin T. Chamberlain, County, . 1,10, '57,
and Collins'H. Bradley'. Feby, Term 1859.
Breve de pertitione faeierida
Notice is hereby given to'the'•above parties,
,that by virtue of the above, mentioned. writ of_
partitionan'inquest will be held and taken
the premises•therein described on the 211 day'
of February; 'A. it., 1860, at ten :o'clock in the
forenoon; for.the Purpose;ok 'making partition
et.valuation i and.Oprisement of
.the, said reel
,in the said writ requiied;, ai
time and plce the said .parties: can' 'attend if
they think proper. . JOSEPH•MORSE,
• • • . ••• • • . Sheri ff of111.1:ean county:.
• Sunethport, Jan:, 26,'1860 . • • •
--• . .
..x. T .OT.IOE is, hereby: gipn that E.
.I,ll•Gaarduka Olibe Minolqieire of James E.
Winsoi; decezii•pd;lieilledlis my office,his feet
and final accouni,ai said Giiiirdian, add that he
will present.thilearnel;fOremifirMation at the
next stated ..Orphaiii'Vourt; in. be 'held
Smethport, Fekir. 27; A.; D.;1860.
•• • C. K. SAETVVELL,.
. • ; • Clerk of the Orphans' Court.
Jan. 2Q, 1860. • ••
• '. NOTICE; - • •
XTOTICE is hereby given that S. A. Backus,
Adufinistretor in the Estate of Michael
Broder, deceased, has filed in my office his last'
and final account as Administrator in Said Es:
tate, and will .present the same, for centrms
tion at the next stated Orphans' Court, to be
held at Sinethport, Feby. 27, A. D:, 1860.
C. IC...SARTWELL. .
Clerk of the OrPhans o :Court,
ETTERS of .ministration on the estate of
JonnFonEs, late of IVl'Kean count*, de
leased, having been granted to, the subscribers;
notice is hereby given to,all persona indebted
tc said estate to make immediate payment, and
thoaelatifing..claiens againat. it *. will .present
'them, duly.anthenticated for 'settlement,.
_ _ _
• . ' ... G. N. FQBES,
' ' .• . • Adminiiirators. -.-
Eldre6,lsece . rnber 26, 18 . 69. • •• [3B=6wl
KENDAL-CRE E K HOUSE,
KBNDAL-CREEK, urges CO., PA.,
THE irbsc,ri . her having purchased this wolf
known s t a nd; and re-furnished and re-fil
tad the House; is prepared to entertain Hoard
era and the Traveling public. .
HIS I3AR. AND TABLE,
Will be well supplied, and everything .done
to merit a liberal 'share of patronage. . Raft
men will always find the 6glatch.string" out.
Kendal Creek, January 2, 1860: , 38-ly
Applicants for License Foliruary Term
T • • • „ . ...
• E following: nulled persoris' have filed inlny'odice,
their respective Petitions fora . Tavern License ac
cording to law:, :. • • • " . , . . ,
~,,, ~.. : .. .«..Keating. Tavern. - .
Samuel Burlinieliinn.:«:—.... .Bhippen,'Tavern .
. 4.1. T
e h .
ff o l to r
v. ea r.
na l l o lle o ri d e w k l a w ...
~, G , . , . . . . , Bhl p p e
Horace 5t11ea.:',....•.....'.... ....... .811ippfin, Tavern.
Christlini Spangler , . ..... ;.. ;..... :Shippeui Grocery:.
J.O. White ... , . ...;..,.........thunlln u ravern..• •
'Henry Ge0m..... - . ' Shippers, Tavern.
'Le Grand'llciok.`• • •••..•.....-. • • ••ShiPPencTavern.
8 H. Tibbit5...'.•.......• ..... ...--Gradford, Tavern.
• philander Stevens ......... .....Norwich, Tavern. - '.
In testimony whereof I have hereunto set my
`hand and the seal of said Court. this second day
of Vebrun , 1360. ' B.G. HYDE, ,ProthTy• • -
.. . ~, ' .• - :: per P. E. Bouir, 11 er.: Protley.
ALL PERSONS knowing themselves indebt
ed to the undersigned, on book account,
will saye cost by settling' the same, by- pay
ment or note, immediately.
. • , • D. V. SHEPARD..
Januayy 30;1860. '..
1 . 161111 LS of-DrlonApplei In e)pie an f o r d Ulf B. F. witzeirr.