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itt.,:iiile s .firilfieili.: ,
leiattre,io . ilettic,4nif'
irtlY,Wiirit 't0: , ..1)i id
= - ;b,;iire 'Oft.he day
and heat throts.h
'n' , be; rilloveed - one,
,!11' he CUlT'positive-
NIS friend : , the car . -,
100 1 1 1 ,.4-I,l4)iriki s tiLl t iai i l tie?. i t!'iMs ee / ' - ' '.• -
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'os:'• 7 e;1104 ,01,0taltrfitir feels, thet; la' lard lot .i n life
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I* . 14. 4 0 ptrilted theadvil throngli,
45641101(40i41,11.1a.ekthe oPposite,sid Of the
'?'" , ,,,i.•t1",,.'•C1i1i - !rs'ergiihrii; ilf . ti , ii*yer; Seems to ' tie
cl4l44lB'so6ll4liiiiiiitiVcii of no harder vintle,
1 00l` !til,titiiii:ertitsfahlei;Or. the rim - ding of. ,h is
;'; 100.0iiiit-'th*.lee.Ye.l'i is, his.thotee fells
: - ..iittW s tlitAsleCiretnitli,,thikks of the years ' , Pent.
• '• ' firsil - fiilAliiiifOr.tlisslircfeeisioni; Of . Other
ilfidf; , r iffeifiAisininialekertinh and eomitilat
Aiiiiihinititiiiiiiipii ii it teph tat ion ,-- of - the - s i ill 'in -, :
, #e - Olefik' , .t.pilneeessary. to , attain ;sit—of, his; (re.
gee,i4;(,(llvoidahlesenntakts wilh must ha rd cded
41liftipa;„olhs.;eiatiai,g.OlatiOrse of 'crime he
. -• liftkOirieellittrettlfear Of thehundreds - of :Suffer=
',.."-iiiE f;iinirCefif-sysitints; *hp ,Pleatt 'with"' him to
''Sitkekt:filiP/ititite.iYeorfel oPPtes's l ; l l.htit:Whom
: li:St* -- thet:Wfdi ,s,,yirlitcyjt - ; !sigh -
' he.. turns'away
- fttiiim,'‘,Oli." - iitidellitliti''''einging. joili.ficed ' and ,
' irri.Wiiiiifiiiiiiltiliekeiriith; and ffipls it" herder
.• ' 44 , Witliefifirie#iinitsield ;the , iron and .blow
=• ' ).I,ltkAAlleittiiiitil*liiCv:: in . - shch, a.manner. Is s
• ''': - 1 11 . sik,„ti#fr', if#Pskitho ''firee o( his repotation'
1 .. .. :',..loj,iik 'le* lie,•E world. - ;.•.- - ~ * .
?"„, - . t,E.fi.,ii. "-isirllia - ,oiiiiiiii branchis of - trade, and
" • 'lifliAttsliflfeliStOrisi, - . Each' .is : ' apt 'to 'thihk hls
SiliglikaitArbadiness liglivvvork , roinpared to the
• - ,4Ut,i,lEriettottietltst)POtl.ite in Perform. s -But it
,I;,*tt , ,:, ,The merchant; and the mechanic, the
~-• Cle,foj, sip"ind the: 'a`rine'r ' haVe all work todo;
..; ifitlferirietital • ciiiibYsi eat, ' of equal. importance
,' - 'l4.tliiii"fentsiilibody politic, and reqUirsng equal .
• .4.itesrtioria.ivr: Thia.gru.m.bling about. hard work . is
. , , Ot l j,itilienefit tri'us,.,but ' deCidedly. foolish :,and
~ i iii,ol o ,4'.- : :- . .: ,. - . .. •,, ••' ' - . • - , - ..
'.. ~, i y.0,,, - fr,t- i no to,„ ork. Goo constituted' us
•• .*ietimp - eff';:sir,iesihi,..istringth, mid in'every way
•,.q .;'lll,oMisntaltioll'physicil 'endowment, adapted us
,*:,f..Piite, '',l!ter,,fortralee:of. labor., Labor is, called
- :.,'''',effi bigl,, , an'iltOhoille.r itfthe mental or,,phySi
,::-.,OtilAsr.a;dt'',aCtitin; he •whO labors the 'most
.. 1 t!) kikwe r gig! i' t 'Chi- rnoets• - uhniUrinurincly, the.
'''-;-;' tnoiCifileient. l l4 - tar":-,tha, , good. of himself 'end
~ ( .; ,.400frt i t 0 r,.645.6% . -nlu.t be , accounted
'-' • ',;= &Fittest fah -'irshiper.'
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~;?.?:' •„;,, , •.';A•si l .':- -, ,,
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;P:).f;vSlAiiit;t4ii!t .4 - 410eto ... q (for sale
''„".l - rg)it : Petier , kgso beven - .. interesting: article
;';y . o:aog ( geitell iy . lll'exa aiiktiop of
,I 'relittipg'te(Mortalityi , i l tlie .trades
•,c siolAilriitiWhish" we gain in - the. subjoined
- ,- . siatiPaiiiananY important facts. ' The result: of
:•• imi t estigistio•nr - medein England Into the condi
. tion, - e(tliejelMring, classes —not Merely those
'. . eifie labir''in itre'dirk . placips' under-,the earth,
~ brii theilti 4 Whif are engegad 'ln the •'process by
. , wbiek•eiticles'of taste and-luxary - a te prepared'
,•,.=.r.oll.Atti 'ateitling.,„to 11,1d,who, eurrounded, by .
. the , appoirit,rneist ei of .eitlyylife, have given' . no
attentimi tri , ,tlieS,Onolti(Orrit,pe'r.ils which enYiron
tholir , b'fisliorn these ippOintrheOte are!supplied.
... . Tliessmifier'•Whielr - rellecte',ciurleatures, and (he
' '.- elased4iirda?•Which;;WirloaVe , :ort.Mit, ,, tritmls;
• -.,•-• , gli,':na.,, , teket, of:the•s,tetirobling. forth- o.l ' the
Sivtilleerr,,Oisiersed hi, meic.urial fumes, or pare!-
"-Bait "Iri; GisOliakarilooli. toil bp: which he sought
•-•' . . • fivesisy'his , :ffealfik)',W s tiAor porcelain vase on
f 'tho . liriolliti . ioitriiie'biiiiut44 but it haiinfected
,''''ttio.,,f,",-4-iliOi,',"o.,tliefiAwith•.a.,•diatiees which' will
40 1 4...Y.,,1tt,V,0n1i1ke;2,4. 11 thisiStifiering proCeeds
ilkti.:Vre . rlergisniiilloout'Of 'the Mike; And anther
...r.ii"i'ililiikethtssififiee,rsickless' of the fate .t hat
s- . .10steitiii'sithiMi , 4,fisl, , 411tifted With • the: - increased
, corripeiKeticrOmfprde,d4O,bis - Isbers. ? , ...,...
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.: •I . ifn,olo,k , • - 07 4 of,,,,rsall'verlOrkls,' ; ' it will be SO r:'
riiii,ri,e,itkOw.ibif!m:cite-steel.forks than ever
lir ifOrsiiis filiie.ifieinfaetiried at Sheffield. 'These
. ' •,, folks, riald'elidedfeli lled, 'a re ground• tiPon - dry
: litiViSs-i'ttOVitiateriMecessarily -sitting in the
pOSAigstt,bitiLtAtilripted t 0.411.; his lungs- ; with the
••-, 'sfitM - dust - istdd;tOwnund,hisi,lensitive eyes with
, • ' theateel isparki,,,The dri (orkgrinder aVersiges
. ... terenty;rilne yearii, and; thiss • exemplifies; at an
• eirlir'daY.fhis , Solurriniritiiiilidust*tes -- durt."
tfollti , :fitY4tr,inderssweitr. specinclea, and there
ewe often found flecked with bits of ateef,„which,
• . ~-eirjwn redihet, penetrate this. glose! _, This same,
: 2 firiitgriiiiiar,'ilnorsar to give" - tho smooth!
• . tiotitided-istitli;',fo; a"' rater' or _scissor blade,
. sae i cent, is % healthAn ~ tte,to the. unimportant
IMS,',.W.lileilif,fo,ilise,' - '.' The ototifitioss of. Sheffield
~. ill* 'filit,the'isseerdinif „grade of - .longevity Is
in' direef - . PrepartiOn AO - the amount of water
nsed•Mi'llie•stone;• tliesattength ' and age of:the
Eritiiler;heleg:Oinle,i4Creds's Te! . 3vd l a re, inform ed
',that Matters areltiorars - .had as ferMerly. The
. . '
„of' fans to 'dloW . the Mist , away
:":''from the.stonivof , mignetiled,Wire Stranes for
" . tnefaess;iod tha generaradoption of the obeard
'',--11:1411i.illt!'701'.,40iiilekert'ice,tfi,re enough tO - ,rried
...thii : I:iiiite ..apPaPdage;•htisie added to length
" - -4 1i40.:,St:ill:the griodeti:iiiy the trade 'is bad
,!:',4 4 q4ufif t Ca' te:ii.', 4l n,d ' if .the - Manlisied longer, it
',. -- ..)•''''''',.*r.,lSALinss'ikkioxeilull that -
_there 'would 'be no
1 10 1 ' ihif% Os :iolink iliiiiig . •' '
-- . .., pr,isr' s sialitililie, miner'—sane oi,thethree bun ,
c:3l. , 1:04, 410.01 ik,:':iiiro n ii , •l li Great Britain who
~:, . ;istifii. - 4ibe-•taiarele Of: earth -at morning , -;and
,i . - • - sios''''s.,,i,g,'''etii .. ,'isiersiai,,' - BeneatErthe Soil he Work's'
' . -. .441101iiari. - ifthistritil 'Wiles -of England-IMS.
• 41:0104}4se%itiiiitlijkiiii,oeistsieiseof that country' ,
.: ',' •; ' • 11141 i; „Witt #ol:ickl. lll llr , iii. , its copper and
- .„ • .',GO‘cetirlittitiiiiir,,Machienty• feedfieg upon.them"
±itits+,;4lo44.ii.,llo*-14',iie.*'-•fiirnii,” would not
• . - 'Seiiro'fifirlif'ol#l4*,4.o.)il'illOilerlee.: Here in 1
i,hip#oo.olt.k.lPin°l- #l4 miner to-ill; FiemPed
40 4 0 0itigiv.;!lit'Ok*iall.. o- l ii . t ! i '0 3 t,04 ' of Pao*
:-.'''' :'. 'bo,o.*fif.ellterrifi,ifitl,Y4Witt,eil 14101i0it,lilie the
'i t'' ' iiiiik!P4',o44',4oo4lYiekr'Whi.s4'kes.,tieeo doubled
- lil!)0,:',0"r 01,0*$(':0-:iii0r4s!:'•:....liet,,bese galleries
...!;',lti?(lft iiilthkittiOilt:;`,.the' Vei,ii''•or*e.al ` oT
, :lii, otiAnd.'l4ckkilfic4tfi..io# Of tkiiith.e.e9Piet:
* .'-..." 'll4'ol,,ithrlife',ettailarMiii:•-eorrstialf4;iiiiott Mg;
'',, -- -liffisis),,t'tilll4 - !airsit.•;pesifit4 lea lierifahnient
'...tir-,Jsini: -1 ? T4l:;:ilr,'''Sistrs
reu - Bsi'hiee'l"efii:iiiiiip'
'.tittiiviiiiii;i4,..'!4io)i . Oieliii, l ii . +iiiiiii(i`iiiiii . lei's :
.\;... ,- :!'.1 - '''''-`;'.;.`',"•,':;:' , '1.- ,. .',•‘'''':
tiin-fultl itr cost thii incteifietl.lOcii(l4ne
lie 46 '4; 4ttisthe. iireservat inn AA ~,st. e hßet '
'the tri" . ; t Cotrflyiti
miriesl.thOrorlirriem Oter . 'a; day of. toil > :fare
ohut;ed'to;climb i sdders for many ,, hundreds':: of,
leett4redch the .meittlif . .of.tbe ...is'
wilia4tor“Cehtlioti Mountain: j. • ,• •
° Mile. float are
mire or less
.iMrnediately productive of disease..
masons,, briekleyers, soulleskers,
,pearl- button-Makers;prepay - li. of „hair; flax '
beaters; and many others, all.-sfiltsr. frone .
eases Peeidiarin many; of their - Symptoms* . and
'effects .td"the Special . tradci'hnt bearing a gene :
rat familpreisembeaneew.• • . ,•
Strangely eriongh;,one ortheso • curious and
natientinvestieators of health finds: that scav
engers andelriffoners are remarkably; healthy.
,Huirtho. I; fe Meets - A tit! nowhere more closely';
letthe.. : MYestiOation „finds them Ace.. healthy-,
their:natural r ogue , enders. their tier.
Therinipprities'vvithwhich these people come
hi-contact are,.lioWever, id the; open air; and;
moreoVer, ipijlowar.ot ashes to absorb noxious'
. • ...
etrlations:'must hdconsulered. . But sc avengers
ltds known '
~ too;that thericenpritiOn of.tanners
and workers .in . oil, . and "Of ..btehers,, has . ft cer
fain xeinpttorl from riolmonary complaints.—•
Some-c»riouifacts itre.•lneritioned by ;the. Re , -
vier . ° in this connection, which we:must omit..
The lucifer match-maker, with his cadaver-
ems complexion, emaciated form, and necrosis
of the jaw, is another instance 'of the Slivery
of eivilization,': Phosphorus; in ono form so-es
sential to.bone, is,. in the fumes' of the match
faCiery, destrUctive to it.. 'The chemiet brings
iiiireitilts to hear here, and .it is -found that
the oil,of turpentine, expescd iri saneers:wbere
this Match-Making pr oceeds ; absorbs .the
enievous vapOr.. •• . •
The gilder of rnots.ls and the .eoverer.of noir
rens' artietther . sufferers. While, he process is
going on,' the .workman. is . invested mercu
rial fumes";" his body is spotted with metal ife
thus particles; and ha becomes a “Shattered hir•
rian'creature. Wiitt i tretiabling Muscles,. brdwn
visa g e, and blackened teeth,”. The belle whO
surveys:het' wondrous .heatty. lit the glass
moulditart back horror if the• visage of this
victim of . luxurrmil vanity should, but appear.
in the dirn Shadow far down the depths of her
clear reflector. ' .• • .
A. large.contiooent'to Oa • army of loath. i
furnished by. ba kers and milliners'theylarge cities. " 'they are Mostly killed by . Avant
of:frish air; yillieh.does not reach them in Ikeir
constrained position or in their confined or heat:.
.ed rotims. The story of sewing -women need
net.be told here. Their sufferings are elements
of our advanced eiyilizatian, ns well as that' of
Fmgland. And from •fhe :Very nature o the
,their wants andpenils are ino'st familiarly
known; but know only ,to be' pitied or diire
Ctrarattes HOPES.—Mr.'AI G. Curtin's hOpes
of an election fa the Gubernatorial chair 'of
Pennsylvania, are certainly none of the:brieht
est. Yire learn from Washington.. that , efforts
ned mak ing.therelo raise bride . for hurt] to'can.:
vass' the Slate with that unless .some :extra
Acertion is rued° the State will be lost to binU.
This idea,•saici to• he've been ..started. by.'hir..
'Curtin himself; has created•-no little.sensation
in• the' Aholitloif:ranks. The' fact that Mr . ..
Curtinlia s 'openly tisserted , at Washington 'that
the nomination , of Mr.' Seward afChlcaoo
would seriously .endangered his success, bee,
.crested. some feelik among, the, friends of 'the
"irrepressible conllicti , candidate . ; whoaeem to
.think:thet Curtinie,sou the Other hand, , rather
a heavy ;Dad for , Mr..Seward• .to carrY.—Lan
coSese .• ...• • ••
.. , The.foltowinii ii an.extract of a private:let
ter frorri a gentlerrian in Washington to the edi.
tar of .the New York. Tinley : •
IlThe results. of the election in Conpecticut
and Rhode , Island . ,:have 'called: Out no rejoicing
from either. party. in W.ashingtot-. ..The-pro,
vading.fieling,here appears, to'rm lie•o of 'deep
sol=innity, iii view of the mighty interests in,
volved in , the great 'contest to: come. 'off - .next
folk have' never,' witnessed .Ft! Attie desire to
trifle arid make merry ahont . anyilking. . •
The Republicans are furl 'the most part re.
solVedand reckleSic: . But the moSt .
portion of the party 'in 'Washington concur in
.the opinino.they most rally: on .
ve - ground, as much. for the good i e( the coon• .
ltry.as to insure tqmanY :chance•for .success.
Igr.:Seward Is the most worried' man I notice..
His manner, air, Mad conversation'have entirely
:changed aince the faecal. elections. 7
At: about two ;o'clock this, morning a fire
boOke alit in the rear of , the store of H. Q. Tay
before it could be subdued entirely de
stroyed that:store, together with the stores oc'',
pied by H.. El. Partee and Fowler, and
xi barber shOp and dwelling occupied by Mr.
Mason. total lois, $10,009 . ; insured fur
• • MANt.trress.—theinirpose,of is to. form a
manly 'character, to get the best development
of •botlY and spirit—of mind, concience, •• hart
and ariol. - 'This is the ends all,else is the means.
Accordingly, that. ia.not •the most successful
life in which amen gets the most pleasure, the
-most moneror ease; the most power or, place,
hbnor ir fame; but . that in • Which',a•ntian. gete
the most. manhood,". - ,performs - the greatest'
amount of human duty, enjoys the greatest
iimetint.human right, and :acquires' the
greatest a mount pf• manly Character. It is of
no irnportance, whether he win this by Wearing
ailed ;man - . his shoulders or a crown -upon his
heath • It is the character, and, not • the crown,
value. The crown' perishes" with the head
that wore,it;•but the character lives With itin
-;imartsillunati who .achieved it.. • • • '
' tif oß oit:—The F . irst "oapiist.Soctety,of
'NIE7iv. ' e'are.preparing for tlihreic.k church,
..thia,',villag ' large; beautiful
trh ir.old one
_ ~, Iwo stokes for the foundation a w r e e.
:12!w - }will
d, . , . r eadi ness ,
' Within ." ' .-•te.in-.h. the
. Iv ilf:i3OCFill". ''. ; all;
11 il to posh' • • ' ~...
; Ocar A''
( 1. - mite:lnterim
I to :completion.
.oride:o6., IL•rfaili,is,..Pbrsiba,. ~' .-. ,:- •
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. .'7,,' .'1
:; :?1,i,;471-4,44;iiii;jits!efilled lie.:
course I , Th e y
5-Pkiiiitii"-*?•l'77.- ~. hawrit; iif..col! york; a
'.'' '• t. 3 f . r..-I.4 i t a b Is , ~... ' ', , lstew, : , . .
„kite'.pii4,-o°-iii, d*iot*'-#P-11..•-i-. 1001014118$1-
,iiiiier#, 4.1 3' assort l*Pt rI, C ).'(„t ' ityli
1%1, I beititi u .' r 4 . tuort 7 '' Ill'
'1140& iir4P:''#si 865gir- '-4‘4l4P?' up.'Wl
li.pl,llol!i:.,Ms )iiiiiii.:; ‘ • !', I.W . O.P c ) . i1:-,'il. Hot . nrift.e7
T,:,,,:r„ti.iokqiitiingr-tellea,„, o a n Ih e
ho l le . ”'Utii 7 Of ' ihittliti*LTllet 4:.ll:7itock,' ind
` ,;._' - 4.7 ..,- .i*•''' ' li . 4';001 , in antr4;',4.ml)-674,iiiit...-dree's
lipl7,g,c..•ki i , good ~ ,t hipPi,. 0! ' ... 1 ' . .. it .d,feergircer: '
t° ,*,! 4, . 1 ' ' ..inati`iiiii4;t9!!!'
WEL;fiV:ILLS, N. Y., April .10
— iii"ticattsiottatil 00110 crat.
Thursday, April' 12,:1860.
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BrAItAN DIMOditAT hnd the mat 'lnfluential aid largest
oiroulatingNevyap.apers in the United States and the Can-.
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luaosf rates. ..
Democratic Nora Motion
EN ItY D. -FO S TER,;
S . TWORF,L N'O. CO..
PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS., .
Gen. ,:corks . M. Kelm, Ition.y.lChned Vanx
2. Wm. C. Patterson. gee.lackson
.3 JOS:Crockett, jr: •I'9
J.G. Brenner. 171. f 3. Danner. . •
5 J.' W. Jaeoby: 1S J. R. drawlcild.,'
6:Charles Kelley. . H. N. Lee,.
*7O; P. - James. .
.20 .J.. 8.. Howell.
S'Davitl 'Scholl. 7, 21. N. P. Fetterninn.
• 9 J. L...Lightner. - Samuel Marshall.
10. S. . 23 'William
.11 'F. H. Walker. • •
12 S. , S:Wincheater. 25 Gaylord .Chureh..
13 Joseph Laubach.:
The Legislature adjourned on, the'll instant;
or, wkicti.w . emay 13 . e truly. thankldi..
A Republican. Paper, it. i$ 'said, is about •be
itartdd. • •
Richard Taylor,. son of the Into • Oresjdent
Tayhir,is . 'one of th delegates , to" the chEirlesl
ton cOnvention from • •,...
„FLoon.—The' recent 'raiee'have iwollen the
streams sufficient to enable the lumberman to
float their lumber to market: • •
The amount af ..yheatin. store iri I4ew : York
ii'estirriated at:over one of7..hushels,
and . the (Tour at upwards of : 700,000. barrels. ,
At the eleOion held .in Atcflison, Kansas .
Territory, on.th . e 28th ultimo, the entire dem
ociatie tiehet. Was elected 6y . 173 majority.''
'1301.1ND , 0 . VER..-11fr,' Smith; of Liherti, was,
labt week arrested; on charge of criminal
neglartiand abuse of mother, and bound. to
appear, at the next Teim of. court tia..ansWer
the charge. •
There ivits shipped fidin the various coal re
gions"oU Pennsylvania in 1859, 11,80 . 4,900 tons
OficOni, valnecl nt $32,00d,006... • . •
The. winter' gialn
. throughout the State...is
eibl•to look • remarkably A;vell,. The wheat
seems to be well.roofed,..tind but little injured
.14 the frost:'.. • • •
Taw: Fog LA - exire—ii. lady . was..arrested
at Williamsville, on Mooday last on a charge
of stealing jewelry. An exanninationis new
progressing. before . ..Tuitice Ford, of the Bor-
The black Republicans of the... New ,•Yoik
Legislature have before !hell to , crentieve
the rocks at l the entrance of Hellgate." This
shows which waY:thi'party interuls . to travel—
•eertainly.oot towards the White House.: •
Posr OFFICE.---A Post , 'OiricA has been
established at Williamsville . , in MtKean county,
to be called ' Sergeant. FAO; has re
ceived the, Appointment of P. M. Thii
be a..great accoModat ion to those ; living in that
vieinity,.who were. formerly obliged to go'.a
long distance for their mails, .
We; are in the regular 'receipt of the. 4meri .
can Agriculturist, which we have no hesita.ncy
in recommending ty.a one of the beat .Agricul-:
tural publicatiOnsWith which we,ara acqUain.
ted. It is a thorough practical and reliable
journal, and one 'which everrfarmer.can afford ,
to take . and cannot well afford to ..do 'without.
Published,' monthly, at New. York city', by
Orange Judd; at $1 per,
• Crany—ltfeerrno.--ursuant• to notice the
pennoCiatic Central Club•. : met .at 'the . Court
House on. Thursday :evening, lair, as was: en
tertained.ead.,instructed by remarks by. Hon - .
B. D..1-lAsty.ru, 3. C. Bicaus. Dr: W-• Y.
11I'Cor addressed the OlUb.at some length, in
an able, fOrcible. manner, free from ..abuse: of
our Opponents, stating.'th s e issues to be:rnt.
fairly and candidly; , For tbri.bepefit of those
not. present we rniblish.the address, and invite
for it.a.careful perusal. .There is a wide con
trast between the speeches and arguments of
Democrats and those of our opponents: While
Democrats back,their assertions by law end .
.precedent, and base their 'policy on Constitu
tional grounds;•the Republicans repudiate both;
appealingto gchlgher law,". and the morbid.
sympathy and prejudices Of r.ber hearers in.fa
vor.of the. African, 'securing entirely to over . -
lcielk the rights of tbe white rrlan.•' .• • ;
The next meeting of the Club will be held,
at the;Court House. on Thursday evening, the
l9th inst., when we hopo,to see a full house.
Grva Oux , .--The Elk ..itelcocore,. 'which has
for 'some time beep dragging out a sickly exis
tence, and . which :has long since out lived its
usefulness, hes at last, sunk so low as 'to be in
A .friend sent 'et a copy of the last .
issue, which was "said to have
ft certainly was a puny 'locking. thing, but half
sise, and Iscrintelligence: Foes; time it was
hoped, by its.frieuds, that Dr: CURTIN ;would
recommend,, a speCifiie.That'woeld prolong titalitruPtif October Psixt, , itsit . it was found
to be a, hoPelesa ; undertaking ; and `'it was left
to'qUidtly aubside. • -
We trait - the citizens of Elk,will establish a
/Wit Perooeratie paper. • Pl'e doubt need be en
tertained of al tieing liberally lustainied.
. . .
cIASE di' Tlit.' , Vbfaliliti: • ' , .
• Itiiis •ntimbo . clerics the . second.:yOlunie of the
DE3roett,iir 7: ... tWo,yeara:•tve haVa htrred
• .. —m t`
against desperate oddi and al t rnost,aga t hOPer
-to'establish.end 'continue the irtiblienti n'of a
• • .. ... .• .. . . • " .
Deinociatic paper, onee more, in. Old• 13Kean.
.The 'iiblicationvr:es• commenced itt . a, time.
'when the.rr.ospecta for . Dem'orracy V,..4.:. any
.•thing but flattering: ' Indeerf,•it Wee sad (with
,more trutlt than :poetry) that .th'ereWeire'not a
dozen. Administration pcmiierats•iri the Coan
ty, that:lhe .partx was eutirelyirsorgapi4ed and
could,nOt recover... The Republicans, •. ,strong
in nunihers 'insolent and. arrocran't fronritheir
control ' of tht.offiees . .fintl . funds,.made•• - •every
eflort•to-preveht the 'ratification 0f..-the .aper
and to crush it: out after its cOnnmenceTent;
'and Some, yvho should, have. heerr tricnds,, pie.- -
t.letcd an early suspension iii)4•(!eclinCA' asia- .
Annce to, thi,seriterprlse. •In the face 'of th: Se
discou,raging• influences we have straggl d
Steadilk.on'cOnsoled by the'. thought that I.re
'were discharging our . :duty 'and, tftrtt .. .the paper
was exerting an 'influence'toward' stating tlie
title 61' error and finnticisin thak was engulng
the county. • •.• . :
...The first raY:olklaYlight-that . Penetriteil the
h omy prospedt was the . '.eleetion, last.fall,. of
,I?etriocratic ticket, , :.with the ex
eeption ,of one unimportant office.. This;
though • no palronage•to the office, sin
courage(' 'us to persevere,:Jied '.tatight 'the I.e
-publicans.that they could be better ',employed'
in sustaining the waning fortunes of their Own
party,: than in i4crushing.out" Petnocraey;
-fiom that titne the ..Prinoerrit has' been . ack
nowledged, by the reiptini, liewin . :B, as ..estab.7
OurProspeCts.at . the commencement of.the
third yolume.are 'very. different. The circula
tion-of the .Derizocr‘it exceeds, by. nearly 'One-.
third,:that of the Reptiblicit; u organ; and the
business and •.pationage 'is steadily .incierising..
:Inaddition, , we have' the gratifying'assurance
that our POunty, isy henceforth,.Democratic,
and.wiill at the nOict election sweep .the re-'.
maining Republican office,holders from power,.
..their places •with..men Who will
make :the interests of our citizens their t•ra,;
' The past experience of the Democratic par
ty, in M'Kerin - county, has;taught' us that We .
cannot 'hope to succeed withbut. the.aid of a
:press to promaigate its principle's, and urge its .
members to vigilence and action; it therefore
h . ecom es.-the duty .of each individual, having
thri success of the Democratic party atheart, to
'co-operate in increaSing the circulation and:in
3nence of .their County Paper. , • . • .
• A. correspondence on the part of Governor.
Robison, Philips, Redpath' publish
ed in, the INV. Y. Herald, :'shows the, startling
fact that the events in Kansas' Were but' pre
limiriary to . the raid at Harper's. Ferry, both
being parts of the same bloody scieme concoc
ted and organized four years ago. It appears
from thiscorrespondence that Governor
himself,'was one of 'the most ulrea of the
revolutionary leaders',. outstripping even Jdhn
Brown. • Nat.only. did he endorse - hirri by.cer
tificates ;and iddresses to the peonle'ofll.ansis,
but : he "coldly proposed to him-to assassinate
all the leading Federal office-holders: in 'Kan
sae." It further appears that -Robison. propo
aed to*ingallthe Nortnern 'States into the
civil war which „was about being_ inaugurated
in Kansas, and . that he. pioceeded' East for that
riuipose. The fellowingis an extract froin the
letter, of Redpath to Philips: •
"You perhaps remember, just befere the sack
of Lawrence by the border rutpans, tbiit Rob
ison started East : I, for one, could not under;
Stand why he should went to . leave:at such a
time, and urged him strenuously to stay; and
when pressed for a. reasan 715 . fOlliS departure;
he told me that he saw. the whole country was
going to he itivolVed in civil war, and that .he
wasjgoing to the Free States to . rouse the Gov
ernore and the people of .them to 'arms; tio ' Nat s
when the . army came, 'on us,, another. would
strike our enernies.elsewhere s if •necessary. at
Washington." •• • .' • • •
This is in accordance with the . recomMenda
tirM of the Tribms at that time, to burn , the.
Capitol at WaShington. • '
The Lute Elections
The State electi\in, which took place in. Con.
.neticuron • the. 9, n d instant, resulted in the
electton of Buckingham, republican, for Gov.'
ernor, bY the small majority of .538. , A s'eom
pared With last year's 'election, the opposition
.has LOST fourtestn . hundred votes, and. it only
required a little more effort-on the part of the
dimocracy in 4 Windham , and Tollard counties,
to hrive elected -Seymour, the .democratic can. :
didate for Governer. It is evident, however,
'thct the' back-bone of republicanism in Con
neticut is broken, s and that in the . Presidential
'election, she' will wheel in the. democratic
'• The democracy of Rhode Island have ' elect
ed thcir GOveinof,-by cighteen hundred majoe
ity. Eltnira has gone democratic, having,
elected nearly their, entire, ticket. At- the
muneipal elections which took place at,Port,
land, Me., Milwaakee, and Buffalo, -the, demo
crati have elec'ted their, candidates for Mayor,
and their entire muncipal tickets.
Outrage on an Ameigoon Ship.
WAi3I9 . NOTON, April .G
The'Nevi Orleans / * opens of Tuesday; says
that Capt. Swasey,of the ship Waicomi, 'from
Liverpool, rePorts that on the 8! 11 of Mrch;
while he wat(passing off. Cuba., he was chased
andfired at by,a war steamer . carrying Spanish
FOlOrs• lave:to and was . questioned by,the
'steamer whither ho - was bound.' The steamer
then sailed away without giving any, 'explana6
The Wiiscond color's and , pri
vats eignal43iMg ril.l the time.. . • •
.speakers, in this vicinity deny.that...the' patty
.vvikhi cir.intend tOinterfere'sttith slavery i4 . ,the:
•. . •
States, and protest that their Only 4clire-isto•
prevent its spread in_ the.Teiritorieif but it is
evident that alarge portion of the party, wish.
tocarry.their interference ,wherever •it exists.
Mr') . s lll ke, of Ohip, a Itpuhlicen rnenibef
resenting, the Oberlin' district, offered the.fol,
levicing resolution; in Congresii'reCently;.—. •
WifettEAs, • The chanting of mankind, "anti
the .holdi:ig• of persons ;as property is contrary
to natural juktice•and'the fundinverital•principles
of our pOlitical systern, and - is'Potrriously
reproachto. our country - •througheut the civil
ized Woild, and a serious • hiiidrence tg the pro
gress •pf• republican.liberty tbroUghdut the pa
tion's of the 'earthOlierefpre; • • • • ..••••
' . ..Resolved, That .the Committee on the Juclici'-
ary,he, the.same aro • ;hereby instructed to
inquire into the • expediency Of reporting a bill
freedom.toevery_huMan • being; and in
terdictin; slavery wherever:CongresS• has the .
'Constitutional 'riower to legislate on that.ebb'•
'The resolution was defeated by a vote of 109
to 60. These voting in the; efferative were
all Republicans.. •
The State elei:tion held; on . . the .4th.init., in
Rhode"lsland, resulted tribmPhant suc-:
cess o( the Democratic' party: Th. .Complete
returns give the following 'vote !Or Governor;
Spragne;peinocrat) - = - - 12,265
..Padelford, (R.rpoblican) .
• • Scattering, 7 - - 1 - 1 : 0 •
A majority over all foi.Spiagne; of 4,317. 7 .
The vote last jtear was as :
;Republican, - -- - -
Democrat, --- -•,- 3,516
. . . .
This Democratic 'victory. has hurled a blow
into theßepnblican.riMkg, from which theyNill .
never recover,, ;the: effect of whiCh ,will be
plainly •v.isible, next November. It is conid
'orecl by maify.lßading politicians os settling the
srpiestiomas.tO Whether . a DeMOCrat or a'rte
. the iPresidential Chair .
fOr the next four years:. ' . The newly elected
qovernor. is finite. a young man, being but
twenty-ei,glit years of age,.and'in the State. in
which he ' resides,' is . known by the Martie':of
‘ , The Calieo Boy," .
The Democratic Trinniot . ln Brooklyn
The second city in the'thate,haS just• declar
ed for the Demoeratic party by a vote' of nearly
two to One On a poll of nearly 20,000 votes,
the .Dernocrats carry every, city officer, and
nearly very Alderman and Supervisor...
The vote is. significant in more senses than
one. 'Mr. Driggs; one of the SYracuse - dele
gates,heacled the 'city 'ticket ; and Mr. Me-
T,aughlii another of:the delegates,, led the list
Of Aldermen. Both are selected= the, majori
ties ranging from 1000 to 3000.
This was effected in spite'of a division which
originated in linalcauses,but was kept
operr and inflamed' by the inirigues of Mayrii
Wood: and the, demagoguism Of the NeW York
News,..which, from' day to-day,,.denounced not
Only Messrs. Driggs and McLaughlin, but Sen
ator Spinola, whe'fought the.battle of smunici
'pal rigbts.of Mayor. Wood`better than he could
The victory •is e'dooble victory= aver do
mastic plots, as' well 'as open opposition.L
Govsarma HoostoN,-of TeicaS . , has received
more than'eighty applications from'.gentlerden
desiring to raise volunteers.', He has advised
such companies W be raised and officered in
every frontier, county, ' that a system of. espion
age be agreed upon, and; in case of, alarm pur
suit be' given, land' the invaders and-thieves;
whether Indians. or white's in' the garb of 'ln
diens'. he exterminated., ',There are already
nine organized Compipiek in the field.. truly
alarming condition of lthings•on the . Western
frontier Of .Texas is,iepresented.
A landlord, in Westnioreland•County,' Of the
Republican school,' of; politics, on the announce
ment ot 'the nomination of 'Hon. Henry D.Tos
ter, opened his house and he and those, that
'were .with.him declared for the nominee of the
Reading converitinti. So it is-in all counties
of the,State: Men of all parties 'are free'tO
confess themselves for PoSter for Governor.—
We haye'such men here, 'who ? knowing him
pefsonally, cannot be induced, to --oppose.him,
though they have never voted for a Democrat
in their liVes, • ~ • .••
ANOTHER JOHN BROWN ltilD.---Redpath, the
biographer of John Brown,. has openly declatcd
in aspesCh made by him in , Ashtabula,Phio;
onAhe 2.3 rd ult.ithat anitth4 will .he made to
invade, the SouthernStates,and calls' upon the
Republicans and .Abolitionists, to 'aid him in
thislUndeltaking.. He is filled with : the- idea,
that an expedition against the. South. might be
'more successful than that of Brown, since the
-Republican newspapers have shown that the
Southernpeople are a cowardly Set, without
sufficient courage to.protect themselves. This
has encouraged hini to. believe' that a holde r
attack. would be more succesSiul," and that he
and his follovirers maY yet have the satisfaction
of 'seeing White men - murdered . by thelands of
negroes, and the slaves set 'free.. If this pro
ject should fail, and he he 'captured,
the fate of John :BroWn,. he feels assured that
he:will have Weakened the bonds of the Uniots,
Sown distrust b'etweeh master 'and and
after execution he cannonized as an illustrious
inartyc to, the cause of liherty by tlieWepUbli - -
caiiptess, •RedpathiS said tO beka cool calen
latingyillain, which may he seen "by the fol
lowing extract &cirri his 'speech at Ashtabuli :
• tiAaron'D. :. Stevens is' dead.' I.llei..brave
was 'choked out of him Tor: prentiming,' without
esxiiig Senator' M:ssOn's pe,rmiasion, to believe
in 'the Declaration of Independence, ; and, thus,
.believing",, for Still further ~:daring, (to.
captain's words)) grto pUfthat,thing through,""
or,.in the,wOrds of 'God es4endered
,for . atternpting t . O, Proc I i . i b ty 60001-
oue all the land, unto all the inhabitant's , there
of.il Many of you.knew"himr:shall he die..in,
vain and, unailengedf TO those 'of, ypit. who
aie . filendstothe .shive-driver have nothing
to say--,-my Is with mew/rhos° hearts are
MO large. to . ba,saftlirati , d' h'd,rleit. false& hy .
party..monntebanks,.and. whose pie is . 'too
stead) , to'be,dazzl'erthy.the glare pr the `false
'andlatalsntendor of the Despoi!e
thoie` of,you who the ready to
this Only ... need Be jirep?redi bOe
)bur.timer,, ere long yoti , will
tell:you men of Ashtaliula;-that the strangling
o f .Jehn prown vr,fas n'ot,the death of his' , ca use;'
'and that, ere many moods ,revolve, -teetineear
Sig months, hefoie.the- blow.at Hai
,per's .Ferry. rstated that it mird() b e - n i a de,
and even indicated by whom; and' again I give
the slave-driver a Solemn. yarning ,to set 'his
• houie in Order, far his. doom 'is pronounced--
"he shall die and not- live." .....hloney',will be
weeded to.exceute these 'plans ' )iheration;
'Those of • yotr.)vho apprei , e it may aid it ; by.
your.rnoney." . . •
..-The secret of the outrages. in Kansas is grad-,
ually coming Jo the light. .The . fact,. that Old
Brown and hia'•coriirades :in 'Crime 'Went .out
there under the nuipicps of northern' fanatics,
for the purpoie of ,keeping - up the slavery agita:
tion..and aiding the' Republican:, party, • is no..
longer questioned. ; .Recent. developments' be--
fore the Senate Investigating Committee, hoW-1
ever, show. that the 'most prominent aCtors in
the Kansas' drama, were filling a similar .iris =
sion.to that of. Old John Brown:. ,No less a '
person than Gov..Chas..ltobieson, the Republii
can Governor elect Of. Kansas,' has testified to,
this fact. .He Substantiatm m ade
by the. Dernocracy, that Jim' Lane, .the ac-.
knowledg,edleader of thefree State Party; with
the assistance of kindred spirits in the-territo,
ry and throughout , the ,: Northern States,' were.
engaged in inciting a rebellion againstthe.Gfoi
ernment. On Gov, R..'s return -to Kansas from
Washington, a few 'weeks . since;
.he found a
“row-in the' Republican crimp," and. some of"
the proceedings therein we find, set fortb as
follow.s in: the
,Kansai Herald of the :19th ult.;
to which we invite particUlar attention. It is•
hut a few Months since Robinson. was 'elected'
Governor by the 'Republicans,- rind , the Whole
party rejoiced exceedingly thereat. . ... '
"The breach which has for a long time exist
ed, and.which' has lately been 'widened,,-be
tween, Gov. Robinson and Gen. Lane, and, the
friends of both, has opened up rt voleme.hither.
to sealed' from the Public. gaie, upon the pages
of 3,vhicli it:may not be Uninteresting to dwell:
:meeting was held. at Lawrence, on
last, called by Gen. , l,ane and Wm'. A, Phillips,
- a correspondent of the New.YOr* Tribune., for
the purpose of iefutink the alledged slander of
Gov. Robinson before the-Senate Investigating.
Committee. The Governor was present.by in
vitation, and in the hitter and acrimonious con.;
troversy which ' ensued, facts of the' utmost
importance were 'elicited. Goy.- Robinson, had
testified that Redpath hail avowed to him that
it was not his purpose to lettle the -disturbance
ces, l but to raise an issue with the General Gov.
etnment, and incite a revolution ;. that, that '
purpose was sharedaecretlV brs, .among
whom was Gen. Lane, who was o be their
fighting leader.. Thistane indignantly denied,
and insisted .that' while Robinson testified' to
this merely , as:a Matter,,of 'hearsay—while, he
-knew that Redpath was a personal 'enemy of
'his and a man of no cliaraeterhe ShOuld have
added that, from his knowledge.of Gen. 'Lane;
"he did not believe it. Robinson .rejoined' that
he could.nOt perjure hiniselt by such an assprt
tion, for 'he did.belierna' it:
... '. . • . • '.
- - 5,392
It had been charged.upon Lane that „it was'
his purpose to prevent the members'of the Le
comptOn Convention•frorriproceeding with their
labers; although•hehrid. to hang every one of,
then). Lane did,liot den,this; but on the cob
lraryopenly.avowed it as the policy : - of. a large
portion of the Free State party, including Gov,
Robinson ; who heartily' aquiesced in and en.
Gov. Robinson testified before . the. COmmit
•tee that Lane told him that lie . ,had given er-:
ders to the Brigadier-Generals to strike - at dif-.
terent points in the Territory, "with a view to
effect a general slaughter Of pro-slavery men:"
Lane does-not deny even , this, but charges that
the Plan was unfolded to., and apprevedbyßob-•
inson, who, indeed, was priliy to all thepurpO.!
ses and movements of the Free State -party at
that time.: Robinson• retorted that although he
was privy telhosepurposes,he discountenanced
them, and labored to preVent their accomplish
ment, when he diseovered- that they led.to. re
bellion against the General government, :and a
perfect revolution.' • . " • '
Col.. Phillips' made a' speech at the same
,meting,. 'defending .Gen. Lane and berating
Governor Robinson. stated that the only
man . in Kansas who..had,never made.:aprOposi
te him'wbich shocked:his sensibilities want
Governor Robinson.'Phillips is a man not ea
sily shocked—,he stops hardly anything, which
willfavor his ends.; hence we -are. naturally
anxious to knowwhat that proposition* could
have been. We have it :—He stated that, he
visited the Governor; in -ro; :whe'n' he was ,
prisoner under, charge of treason, and informed
hirrithat:it was the 'policy of .the .Free State
party toput the Topeka Government in opera
tion ; and to,remoVe;every obstacle that - might
impede their progress, they 'intended to make
every Federal and Territorial officer
s in. the
Territory prisoners. GOV. Robinson said to
him : "No prisoners..--murder 'every n one of
. "When rogues fall mit," . etc, . •
To every form and species of
"Coitar's" Rat, Roach, dm. Exterminator
' , Cortar's"
"Costar's" Bed-bug Exterminator.
"Costar's" Electric Powder for Insects.
' DESTROYS INSTANTLY . •• • '
Rats-Roaches-4tice—Moles— . -Groutid
InseCts on plints, Insects on animals, &c.,.
&c.--in siiort, every form and species of. . .
. • VERMIN..
10 Years established in New ..York , dity—uspd ,
by the City Post "office—the'dity ,Prisons -and'
Station Houses—the , city Steamers, Ships; &c.
The city Hotels; seAstor,", ‘ , St Nictiolas,:m&e,
and. more than 20,000 priyate families
07" DrUggists and: Retailers everywhere sell
[77 Wholerale Agents ;in all' the, large Cities. -
2:F" Regularwsize's -40 e and st.Bnxes.=-
Bottles-,Fliisks. • •
I 3 !! ! BthrAILE ! Of spurious initations:—
Examine'each'Box,.Bottle.and . -Flask, and' bike .
•ncithing but "CosTair's.". • • '
13:77 $1 Boxes sent by Mail'. .*". ' • '
. . .
07".-ST. St $6 Boxes forTlantatieris,Notels,'&c •
by Estp , Psi.. ,
m" Addregn ordersor for ;;Circrilari : to beat.
, ' . . :HENRY R. COSTAIL .- .. ,
" PaInCiPAY. DEPOT, 4.10 HUOADWAY; N. 'Y..
At the Fobes House, Mean, on the 24t 'ult..
MAncus B. : FnEuins,Scii of, Hon, S. Frennnao,,
, aged, 33 years.
Tr . nt4 Comikiiltd
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