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', 7 V.,:i.t7 A, '...:P."`!.• ths'iiiiiis Itiliaise.
r ; , F ,`,' ,1 1:: -:,,,,
;Jr-. i , ' Pero . * fled' nforly" with
.. '. lie 11 'tit errs' f the Oebt Li* b;
iiiiike. - , ~.-:, , - ., alone:-, es lame
' - iiiiiik4' ; ' 'el e' Of d ''' s all of ii ichl 2 i ' re
more 0f,1''.. - z nteresh Init Awl:tamest do„ . „ l imt
- ' itieieiit '* . pose to “ tlict im l tlitiesder:--
• . Fraihp iiiick hit 1,-1 1 inisi:we l eiaraci'the
follOwings - —, , ' - .. , . •• -
The'ilyagelitr,the Great E.astern, as will be
seeniil ourieptrit ;.has been' substandal inc
eels. ,:rhe...theert .01.. her sire is simply:-this :
she can carry Avvice, as much 'cello as the Adri
'Kt atic or •the Periiikteldi the same horse-power
and , coat simple On account of ,her, slice, the en-,
gities,being the'ettnie.'`Her first trip has de
mrinetrekcalbe lu t i,tiliatilel idifeetnese Of this
'theoii;, by Oliviitg'that the'ibip not only equals,
but etteesde sitieller'yesseli in
and tbaiiitgeability. Xote'then'this—it demen
_stratis the tiguall Y imPortantlacfthat the coin
fortlind'siifety ,of 'passengers 'ere increased in
propo ' r 'o r to' be„eiteof the vessel. The
eratiimed ittaiiied by the Great Eastern on
this'iiiiii (tilly"abitinted fir'by her purposely
but not icecessarilylOW 'eteaM' pressure, hi a
considerable deviaticin fromihe shortest course
to avoid ice, by' a 'fob! bottom, sral•by other
abnormal 'aircurnitanteet ' The positive facts ,
develoPed are the perfection 'of the ' hull ,and
the excellence and reliability of the machinery.
The,engines were not sitepped, for adjhbtment ,
, during tbe"iiitlitiMulage, Mi. Scott! Russell's
• wave'-liperindre'beitiltiftilly 'llevelmied .On this
vessel t'baltl ever' befor#; is such'.that, at het'
highest'speed, the'vessel - does'not' raise a per
ceptibliFiriiire; il,Oltqrt bY the action of her pro
pellet's. ' 'Tife 'e`corrtrn erc ia P qUestion—Can large
shipihe'fillerl:k=tiai hot yet'been reached.
The'liatettiar between the announcement of
the Great Ettitern's arrival Off the Hook and
her pirilifge 'IA the . Bar was , long enoneh to
rotise airtruci see:going, yatching and plea sure
T pepufation'to,giie a Welcome to the mon
ster. • ugs"of 'ell 'sorts and siz!‘:, •.reenters
it ned4ltbshl4, CMWtrOir down the 'Bay 1 °wards
3 o tchick, and im/ely iris so ridtrinted a Betide
been'phesented a's'OntOiled itself before the eyes
of" itiF'krifirOllers: t 'im beard the great ship,
when 'i.ifp' / , (dilly ‘ oprtrrid• the'harbor of New
York fi'Orn 'the' nntroWo.4 The skill with (o ) i e b
t - her Itlriii-"Viirlr''ol6f,"?‘ll l . Murphy; carried' her
o ver''tholtbjfKlinvithitell : her throogh fur crowd
ed denf',4fid Tt 9 "Atif tie,' In her moorings at the
foot' Of',Cfririiinerid'R tri.ct,was them
thee or gen
4al'clirt'm'Orlf'aiirl' adMiratimr. s Piatirret , , public.
and titliOttP.adftirithid : hi.r rii‘preieh--111;. Her.
He . 'tat t ii: l n;i4 Q e .'Clinard steamer. nt Jersey
ityp.ietidebtiqv distinguished dhemselves •in
l e is r i n iti , t o'p:direness. 'l'We yacht squad
tennds•haddantiiely reme.rnted, add , nwlon ,
' r..ndl 1,46. b”Pll Irinte enrdial and festive than
the t",eiTtlon'o'llich , vr s',6N'eurd,lll ott ail sides
to the 'our iinnk.inalre'd • for visitots. The
whsrves of the NMI h Myer iron , ' the Battery
to Ofinat tit reel ; were t pd'eked clesely ' n it It .a n
'eazer iiiiiOniliaidstie erowd, *bleb eheeted
the ship hrtittily as Slip slowly and maks, kill ly
moved alor.`g, ;No accident necto4ed to mar
t ha farisf o e'rinn of the day, although the great
ship, orl itinninft alortgAide the 'dock rtarried
'nw•lV flille Ir fee t c of planking at the fi r st
touch or ifie wharf. , ' '
Connecticut, .hniler:. , llepuhlican'? . .matiage- .
meat, ,eee,inti,te rogressing towerds. the
point reached, already in ,11tiSsechusetts, whore
the Idsek .man, is, elevated above the •white
'man ,The' 6,llepub
liesii",:rnajorily.in.thejlouse;on Thursday, if
ter ve(nsilgitp3i,lce. to a , milifaiy comps-.ny Fhit n e trien,, ! passeil the, amendment
ing ent„ . , ,f4he yrosfl`wilte i .? -from the C.onstiiii 2
lion; , poiti . .iinforturiately for these Abolition
arherners„thepeople;are - entitled. to a, voice on
, heap ,changes belure they are
msde apar t ,df the , organic jaw—alidthey have,
bitherta,,inveripbli kilted everything of this
but-a few years
singe the nneetientpeople, by a vote of six
to One; frejsetedtbia. idea . of. allowing negroes'
to vote i s. but.Vre i;rlSitme:-the John•Brownites
trill'continne to.pash thenoestion even 'if the
maforityagainst . thefr;plon. does not lessen.---
The prop . ert y. of colered.persons. is. not taxable,
aipresent;•beeatise thly baVe.not.the right. to
:vote—which is correct—but a propesition.
give:the same exeniption''to . white men,, who
are not . allOwed te.vote, was rejected the same
day, So that; in the cake of some while men,.
taxation and representation do hot go together.
Ot.) - . " •
• A , P45141:14411L1C i:NPIPENT. - r•Orl
rays tium dattaraugus Ripubtkon-, a" child in
that , placi . 4jied,as "kat% supposed, and on Mon
. 'day preparatiOns were mado' fOr its burial.=
Monday. afternpon:ths: funeral .vas; held, and the
. . ,
.body of the. , a
accompanied hy. ' large
number Of; friends;'ivis..conYeyed to the grave;
As the dirt'began
.16 . ori the coffin, a feeble
cr3i vvasjleard.'. Tlie coffin %Yes instantly raised
rand . opened ~and a shriell of “Motbeil" burt
from thO,•limiof , the resnsciteted:child. It is
• VielOis• attOrMit 'te, describe • tilt, scene: tat
, followed. • The child 'is in a
s fair' way to
,Fo attuoUv.— A
The Lancaster -
telltifeneereap:'.. • •
, gBotriething ought to be done at'once to har
marline the Dernisc ritie 'party in 'Pennsylvania;
in vleir oethe' Gubernatorial electionr-if for
notbintisla 'Sind vieiliniie that
Swill be :taken bythe StitMCentrat Committee
to.thet effect., •In the *meantime, tet ineul
est*f. 'of !ittririony aritongat. ootselvesi
end let ne auppoit the • candidates
%vie, inittliiediettethe'ti'ot claim to he con sid
*red- the rektilirliberiiiieejf of the partykvilleth
er'thq iectte,'"di choice betbre
handl.".ln46'.'dOrni dieeharge the
4 air 'othi4iiiteiridyee ne'iiiDern'ocrets in
the ejl iii
iakAy, ebnfitet lion; arid
After the'above yrtiv type we
PsnOryfrarifon- iontain ink' a, gait fol. pioethir,
of the Ststet" 'Central' W
Caiiiipitta; On Monday
Ii arelleat.tirty' plad:Of'this, .*,
dcliie . that
'.fa OtaliblilP'6l‘eillate and brini bout' union
end thhatr have,
~but: on, 'candidatfO'for 'Or 'at
least' bat 01(1.. I expect: ,to
lb e.'Ci,e tOtier
;!ifoleriintti'efsotion's';';'''T . ije 'tate sirtd,
`‘‘tiii.seitit ilik'l,o#'',:ttie‘ ?hale a'rid' holiiipg ;for.
61" 110, l,t
i Pt • 4h2P, ((ler
,- mln) P l hurc h ' of
f) f#l l c 4 § l Vh, mid Spt9Fe
' r4ir t)o l o 4 rW ' flf o POPY od ?)fire Ontlgiro
;4"011 714!ef t . Ttle v,alua
,af. l'f• Pid,Olify,o4 A!'itgbe%., 10 Alone vva•
" 4, 4!:10 0 `ab9 0 ( St' t o o o 4Atitir"ft a tT'it
- 040)004. ', • '. _' ' " : •
Dowiniiratie • ' ' • 1 1 ) ACtlll . . .01111 1 r 11 . " ClllO Ctat... " l .
Tifie hiritint'tio44 :the I) ;
„ap . theilomingcontest,' iiihtiti.le(l by, the State
Ceptt.#l;pilirpitfee7;'; , .., ke:'b - ett't by -
the •;1 'obtlestr; 2—.-7ii:.lll7.pErritN77.4iii—e,; -05;7s
fie s sitee'essfolly. carried Ante 'eflV•er. • Whet • " • ' • •
e • • .. •• nur.sov. . •
net, embitt reel perr.ztris - tonytu
in ntr ' 7, OP? rIP " I
r - en nsyl .do :.pot', m with any feir.iekttee the
fur ne at• a ""
tn Refeihtiean suce.ess,. . in
irested 'or . the eerropt'rney' . tit in t1 , ;.4 2 1,4 1 ,-mt . • • • Denvipiatic•Nomination
Of all • see.oni,..n fur s. relittde in
the safety:of the ebnreilerlir v. iiTi-iTrvi t
the opponents.of RejuthlirneNm. in thiK. KeY-
Sttine Statle,:rpore.then fttiebt..• the, rnii'i hers of
thatSeetionfil.: • er*anlzetio!l. The popular .vote
ps yrp:havObefereshown,.. .
Strated Abet three. hundred • Red thirteen ,thou. ,
sand:citizens this .Cni-nn-nn.tveriltb'a re in di
•reet itOtagtiistn to4 ,, publiesn .ertintvill4m; and
'Oat, urider.the: best leed . ; , rship•t hey . r'ver,
onlY. 6T:ie.:hundred: find
votes out'of poi lOt r hu n dred
tbousapd, could • be• (or' the Republican.
" it worth while to iliSregard facts and.. fie ,
tires Such as these? . ... is lt . worth
that . tWo 7 thirds of the rieonle!Of Pennsyl
yertiearello9tile to any policy which seeks to
Wealierilhe bonds of n'Union established
.:fetir years ego—for those; whe reverence the
aredt of our patrintikires, to bicker. over. tri ,
fin' piiinte of differance;'While the enemies et
nationality are,oning to march to an easy vic
tOrY throtigh.o . ur divided lines? There can be
but one response to these. questicMs froin pat
riot'tangues;:. and that response is, selling and
sVrelLing iciihtinder'tonee in condeinnation of
that narroW • partizanship: that will make . no
sacrifice for thecorninon good, that will accept
no terms which do not ' accord all that it. de
sires. 'The public. : journals,here andthrongli
mit the State, and the.peoPleaS well,-begin to
appreciate to their follest scepe,..the . dangers
which threaten the grand O . chievernent of those
gianti of theAm , lilan pa4t, - andmon . e hit the
wilfully blind cad-fail to. ser. that if the sane
spirit' which iletnated our 'ancestors in framing .
the great charternf our•riehts,.-"hass place in
ihn . hreiists of their' tons, not only will Black
,RepublicanisMhe.overthrowd; list the Union
of these Sfates,Will'he stri itethened and seen..
red ag,arnst traitormis littackS• throughout all
...,The 'Public e'en readily understand the none
eition of the open and. secret - friendS . of
eowf to any measure, of Democratic`i recOneili- '
.lion and'union. :ft : is .especially
JO comprehend, the aniinoSityfol the Repuhli
,ean:pensioney'ef the Pr f us, to,a united Demo•
'cratic When mem,barter - their' birth
.004 and.their principlesior patege, or revenge
the descent In darkei deeds .is.aS easy as it
and sure.. . 13una *was, poWerless for
when idatrenscin was, unveiled;
sank ititothe grave accursed by the peOple
When) he, soughtto hetraY, and:despi . ied by the
hation,in Whose-aid his treachery 'was, knvo .•d.
.Amopg eiVilized;mep,.,the.hypocrite..is avoided'
'as a leper; and his affectation of principle •fr
the thin cloak"*ith 'which he hopes to crush
and destroy the right. .
.The trne : men of - Penneyl,veriia,despite the'
stand, firm in. their opposition to their.
:country's enemies,. and direct their,,efforts .in
Noverhber.in.sti . eh it wily as best.to.seenre Re.
~piildicao ihifeat.... With theni, peisonal prefer:
'erc'es are trifles which
are easily set aside at.the Call of their Country:
And in thia'heur, we do not believe; indeed, we
know and feel,: that .no man• who reveres the
,Union Under which: we .haVe . achieVed sa.many,
blessings, • .and..the.principles .on'. that
Unionresta;'will halt in the •work . of Praiser- .
wing, theft intact against 'Sectionalists end
CaLN* represent s.--Pennsylvanian , • •
-Loou...AT Tun Rncoun:—.The Republieane de
nouncit the. Fugitive Slive Law, lint do they in
their platform of principles, - propose ita:altera„
tion' or repeal . ? . . , • .
~ • ,
They.denounee the . repeal of the Missouri
Comprnin - ise; but do . they, *pee its rotora-
individitals they pray over John'Brown
as, a martyr'io the cause of freedom, and tolled
'church bells on the' day of his • execution i
.while, - ns a partY,. they, denotipce his acts as
rtmOng the gravest of .crimes. -•
They declare themselves against all . Worts
at disunion, and yet nominate a man us their
ciinditlafe for President,,who . declares thdt the
11nifint must go down or slaitery be abolished.
They sing praise's to.governMentareconorny,.
while they pass resolutions in favor of the
most extravagant Pans' for plundering the
Treasury at the expense of the People.
This Fs the Rapublican paity as it stands up
on.the record, and we ask IMnest - men to look
at and see bow far it is deserving,of their eon
htlence add support: • •• •
• MURDER.—The Crawford Journal . says that'
1110mati Mosier of Bloomfield tp., was commit.
ted to Jail In Meadville, last•Thorailay week ;
'charged with an attempt to minder his icife.-
It seems that they Were married but a few
mantlis•and for some cause have twice. separe.
tad daring that , time. • Dist Week she him
ilioGreenfield, Erie county, and came to her
faper's in .Bloomfield, H . e followed. her there
add.endeavored fo persuade her to go back with
him—bufwithout'euccess,' He - rettiaihed over .
"Alight, and as he wis'leaving r he'discovered her
ati window sewing., ;He'picked up an.axe at
t4e"Wood-iiiiiitied:going round ,to the back door
reorit' where, she Was. 'She sprang
e'hed ,atid a:ideal/p . .6d toliscape limn' him,
knocked - h'ei . .dOwn'attil 'inflicted several
wounds on her neck, face and head,.
froth which'she has aince,',dieif. .
Since the .notnination :of the. rail. splitter,
been iutivtitoteil for itbricki" and it
ismitiv said of - enf.man'ipider. the influence or
liquor •that he lies'i;orcia- mit on Ifis in
stead of les.brlcli hat."' • •
Tliursday, jnly 12, 1860,
• . 'Fon ii;o•vnnon,'
Oi w.P.sTAT.ORELANp CO
Oen. - George .11.'Kr•int, !Lou.. ri.i.i'ht9",(YMlX
1. Friiiferivir.Server.•l I ;f. Iteekho~ri
2 'Win.. 06).•Jacki.on. • •
.3: jr..' 113 .1: 11..A1,1...
idremtivr: '• 17 • .
'5 J. W. Joriii)r.. .1S .1. R.'Crii‘Oort.
•G Charles •lI.'N. Lee.• •
0. 1!1 •• 2r) .1. 8.116we11...
.8. David Scholl. N. P;.Feiteriziori
0 .1. 1,. I.4ihrtic;r. • 2.q Samiled Marshal:.
16 F.'S:: ilarS . nr. • • Williarri• Boot:.
II T. U. :WalirPr, • . IL: . b. Ilarnfin..•-•
12 S . . S. Wilicliesier.• 25 .oa3;lordehrtrch.
13. Jo.eph : • •• . • • •.
En.'iMAs9::;; once Moir calls on) hose indebted
to bun zwcpunts, ' will
• Dnmrit or. G. P. R. ,T4:\ IF • F.; rq
brinks.m.ws nt . ,tins iffnlitt of '
JA::nr.s.; And 0114 .itnt.dhPi.parne is added
to the Inngdigi' or litn . raty.decensos.nf..the.t)nist .
year.. '.:lhere•sertlisdp he..afutnlity among exit,
inept m n, Phis yezi,•nic* . t 'strings and
countahle.• • :
A democratic Stafe corirnrition, , :hrLdtl at' Jr.
vibe, Till cOunty ) no'tlie.r.iih.iiiStanr . , in whicli
'thirty-one cow the itatevvere'ripresent
edolnnnimonslY adopted resolutions in Nem. - Of
Breckinridgg;iandLane,and reriudiat ing,Doug
las and .Tol;ilS...on. • • ,
. Hon. John Son mittrz;nieriiher ni,congreas
froni . Barks county, Pennsylvania, died'. at
Washington Wednesday; the' L'Ttlt,ulL '. Major
Schwartz' was a b out the 'age of the. President,
anti .Waa the immediate successor of J. Glanc6 ,
"Jones.. He 'won many Metals in the Ifouse.hy.
his dc6Otion . to his eonstiJnents.
A - recent cernsus in Canada lhoWs that there
are. 45;000 runaway slaves in Canada', West at
The rowaiCity'Reporter counts up frorn the
most reliable . data, one hundred and tWo ..per.
inns killed in that state.by the tornadO; sixty.
ftvehouies destroyed other than those bloWn
down at' Carnanche and in • Clinton County,
while 'the estimated amount• of property de
stroyed reaches ahout's6oo,ooo, Thenunriber.
'wounded.ln lowa reaches M. .
Ex•Presiderit Tylei :has written a letter,' in
which he'comes °lt forlire'cicintiage and Lane.
Ile is quite severe on Bells . . ' •
' We learn that Governor PACICER: has .appoin
ted ILyiSELAS BUOWN, Esqr"., of Warren to fill
the vaeaney.in that. Judicial.Diairici, created
by the death of the Hon , Jour; - GAT;II/2AITII:
has. the . .renutation of being a sound
lawyer, .and high-toned' and. honerable,
He :will undoubtedly; be brought : before the'
people r as the Democratic. nominee for t,hat:of
fice, at.the-'ensuing election.
There, has been_ no ,paper printed at this, Sit':
five for two weeks past, Reason, lack of help
and . ..a large amount of job work. .•: •
F..H..AnNot.o, of. Port: Allegany, .bechme
the purchaser of the "Bennett House, at four
thoUsand dollar's. • ,
DANCE::--l'here,ivill be a dance at thellEs
ysrr liocss on Monday evening next.
At the late Session 'of Court but little busi
ness was disposed of,l the time of the'Couit,
cecupied' with. criminal %proCeedings. Mr . .
Dunn pleaded guilty of murder 'in the'second _
degree and Was sentenced .12 years in the Wes,
Fouttrii..-LAs the “Committee" . on
arrangements has not' yet reported,' we have
ne-ofTicial report;' bUt surmise: that it. passed
much as other days do; with the exception Of
few tpore boys in ton and a trifle more
noise, The day cloied with.a . ball at the "As
tor," which was . yell• attended. . Most of our
business men, left the place, to celebrate else,
.Where. . • .
Mnsfms S4.Lowt, continues a popular resort
for nur townimen. It is fitted up in good style
and abounds in commodities that are. good for
the Stomach. The . UNION .Saloon, .in these
distracting tiinesis.a safe institution.
Dr. SPRAGUE• has fitted up'an office, adjoin
ing' Browneil's store, and is now prepared to .
'do work in the .best manner, and on reasonable
terms.. See card in another column. -
Hon.:Wm.-H. SE*ARD, remarked to a friend,
recently,,' that 4, $60;000 had • hdeti offered for
his head , for the benefit of the'Souiii, but that
hia head:: Was taken off at Chicago, without
costing the South n'eent," He might well.
pray'deliiierance froin' his friends. ..
...The COrentissioners',appointedto focale the
County site of Cameron; are expected to -ar
rive'at §hippen .onFriday., and will'iirobablY „
discharge their duty during.the,coming 'Week.
.a spirited contest will belied, by land
holders ,;in regard to its location. .
Till: .B.ILTI3IOIt 1())11NATIC;;NS
Siiiceour ~.lust he • • pelr;;ates of, the
.I)etner retie Tarty. huve rnr t lit :Balifiiriorrc and
itistrnd of . ll,frirnpni?,i'nF4 Ire • hhd feeling evinced
i:Psiilt'tv 'a fkivisioti of the n'arty 'and t'he•najm . i
nat ion o:fr:i .Presiffeht I CFliets,.fit:•lllwr, oh
nliteh rah he r iinie) as rP ri v • nctii mit'ed
:'••:toi).lif.o.:N.i. , Doo - 2111s is Iltt ollOice :of 06 . 0
(loovriitio ; . svLile tltr otlik!r .
ving-,ooniin'Atio,l John: C. i
0 ( li. : of obOt.,ll:\yittylor
. r:Oent;lio tho . .estotYlishyd:•tiStigOg.4 ., ( : • .tho
Crate potty; polo..e9Ooott :
Stiete !tie seeiitist•iiijii.i
r ttd 'e . .oll(;lAilt I a
trel,s,ol.llrnf,k,ner'nunealtlgEn. result. 'Of
i;: - :',1e1iln•r . : , tions•Will:, he fatinil• in:anafher . •
Thearrumft‘rnrutwelhink a_goyul :adeS
and one that result in:the entWpleteUcce.s,
at• be'nieratiCand tlieolee . tinif of
aur:Warthy e a far l nteroar,'ll i ri,v
Fostin'. I I c.we.had .- u sua:lestion Io maka .it
be that' ; eneh: ticket tar Pte>aii itt
the preference RF tht. t'uteysi'ol . tha . .. r two
x t week •weshall • fflatiOrriii . ,adopH
ted r by bbtk co . nvenrin'ns.: • , , •
is it that the . Douglas 'OrgansJil . fltc
WagC9.llCit bitter scar againsit the Ailtuiti
istr'n'tirin portinn of t liartyl. 'F.TOrn - yotney's
Pr es . .. dow n to the Wallet . ' Lag (7 We he .0 n e
nontintrOil howl Of aliti§e toward the regui,ir
Organ.i.zat inn,- .rctinq iliCip . le4
anti norniniiya,. and . , oppriF:fri g • ail c fro: ts . .' a t con
cif tat toil On tho' pi her
thosO.l)eir acrat pait
in. the part uni . tornily trotted Douglas
adherent's with courtesy' and cattilor.; .
tnaking no' fasts- as qualification for ofilec, artd
checiftilly.anit partie.sity salvor t g . the .noti
nations... Tl)ls.bit ter. feclii)g-;ind. action,cautint .
be tooanu h, de.precat'edtoo by 'all who lia:ye the
gem' of 11reParty,at heat T.heaction.Of th'e.
State Committee 'is viOlently opposed bythis.
cla'si of journals. ft, woniti-.seem they .were,
acting in conc . e . rt lalth the Black' Republica:tie,
•to again defeat the Democratic party ! ..Solar .
as bitli.ean Oita n ty. .one or
two exceptions, the D.e.mociat•ic part . YlS a unit
'anxio'.ls: to ilefeat,thp cornmorrenetny,..:regiirtf
ing the, principles of
. the party mire than men.
• ~:One'of the most interesting and yiseftil •ptib
licationS which 'comes : to our, sanctum.: is•the•
i 3t zr,i 9 ,tx,.. a :weekly .publication;
devoted to . popularscience, new ir,veniions,and
the whole range . of mechanic and Manulactur
inverts.. The SCIF:TI - FiC A :tenic..t:s. has.been
published for fifteen mrs;•by .the well-known .
Patent Solicitoys; Messrs:` tlitt:sn Ez- , C 0 .., 37
Park•ltow,New York; and hPs yearlyjnereased
in interest ant: circulation, untilit has attaiiied,
we . understand, neatily . c,'3o;o33 subscribers,
which iS•the best of 'evidence that' the publica
tion is appreciated - by the-reading . .
, • To those of our readeri who,May not bp fa-•
.miltar, with .the .character the' paper, Ave
will.stale' some . of the subjects .ot_Which it
treats.. Its illnstyated deeeriptionc of till•• the
most' important, insprOvernents in steam and
agricultural machinery, will.corninend it to:the.
Engineer and Farmer, while.the'new household
inventions and shop . trols Which are illustrated
by'engravings 'and described . in its coltimns•,.
with the Practical' receipts contained in'
•nunti,er;'renderti.the 'work desirable! to 'hpuie.:
keepers, and„almoSt* indispensable to every ree-•
°Finnic or smith whO has a shop for martufac
luring neW Work, or repairing old. ••
• The SCIE:STIFIC-AMECICAIS is universally re
gartled as the inventor's advocate and monitor;
the rep . osi'tory of American inventions,, and the
greatauthority on laW,..arid all. business.'con
nected' with Patents..:' The, Pfficial List .of .
Claims, as issued ‘yr:ekly.from the Vatent• Of.
.fice, in Washington, are' publiAerl regularly.in
its columnsi All the most irnpprtant. Patents
issued by the United Statei:Patent.office are•
forniing unrivalled . Atistory of American
• . It is no , . only the.best, but the largest:and
cheapest paper devoted. in Science, Mechanics,
ManufaCturers, and the Useful
in the' world. Hon. 'JUDGE, MAsox, formerly
Commissioner of .Patents, is• not only engaged
'with the publishers in` their • bun-19116e Patent
Agency.department, but as' a writer. on Patent
Laws and Practice, his•ability is forcibly • por.-.
trued in:the colinfins of this paper:
The 4:IIV.ITIFIC :.A . MRRICAN: is published .once
a week,' (every Saturday,) number. con
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12 original Engravings or New Inventions,
conSisting....of the most improved,
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hold'Utensils, making 52 numbers 'in a year,.
comprising 832 Pages, and over : 500 Original
Engravings; printed on heavy; fine 'paper, in a
form expressly for. binding, and 'all for 42 per
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A New Volume •corrimences on the .Ist - of
July, and we hope a large number of our towns
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tunity to subscribe. By remitting $2 by, mail
to the publishers; Mmix'lic Co., 37 Park Row,
New YOrk, they will send you their -paper one.
year,. at the end of which time you. will have a•
volurrie which' you would not part with for tre
ble its cost. .The' 'publishers express their
willingness to' mail a single copy of the paper.
to such as may . wish to seeit without charge.
It.may interest some . cif our readers to knout
whatie included understhe name of the Empire
of japan, which now, for the first time, sends
a Embaisy to it distant nation,- and that nation;
which is 'the more remarable, the youngest in
the great , family of nations. Japan, proper
consists ot- three'large. islands,Nipon,
and Sikokci these, Nipon is.the-largest,
and•confains the caPitalof the empire, Teildo.
These are surrounded by a,,vast numbeer of Is
lands, most of which little or - nothing is known
of ; estimated by some at 7000, and , again by,
:others at 5000. .The dimensions' of the em=
pire are abOnt 171,000 square miles—a 'little
larger-than the six New England States, and
New York,'Pennsylvania, and. NeW Jersey to
gether. 'The Population is variously estimated
at from 25,000,000 . to 50;000,000, and does not,
probably, fallshort of 30,000,000. • '
of.the 1).-mgcl•ntle State:VutititiViieo.
tnef;litt'g . el ..the •Illifto.cicintic St at Coin•
nittee on . - ..yontlay; Jl6? ,?(I, at the
.Alershan,t's Pb. i lattelphidi at .wlOch .
mop Lep Ai'ere A net.co siilei=
ablt• ilietissi - on; the, fnlloyeim,.. resolution' : was
vote of 'J 5 1 . 4:!' viz:
J'rofontully impressed with' the importance.cd
prornpr,• rigoromr, alid patriotie . ; astiOn.on the
Part of ilidDernocratic•Statmeommittee, iii or
der' to ncert,-,• •possible,- the ; consequences'
ylrirli !Mist inevitablY•yeSult from the,nnhappy
.di . .%i4i . ‘rri:nror'existing in the ranks of the:De- .
Ar‘foci,rey.itiivrprf.State and notion, we., cordially
,tut lmeeSrly -recommend - . Democracy .
.or . the Stare 'duct Obey write. withimart .and
ihe's•npp,; . rt of crur.ekeellipihand - coth ,
.peretrt'muninee tor.-.Goverecir, Henry Pos s terr: .
tied that in . 'ell•dliclocaltelections the)' net a's
0 . 60 Pitt)" , Idrgiviit' and forgetting any'dder
rnocr tb•cy•iii.ty have •Cntertainedforthe Pres-,
iderWy; • but ill' . n.viCw•24..a. perfect. ..,unity
agst.Hre'r . irpirrodenemy, rire recninnd to
'Om Pernor: . rady..of 'Pcnnsylvimia to nnire'theif
:Vi!res•for Pre4itlenren the electoral ticket:for.-
tiled at Reading:on thO lstc'ay: of. Mareli 1600,
en OM •frilloWink:basis..and understanding.;:viz:
That it Said , electriral tieket. sin-Aid:be elected.
by'tho*.pcople, and it' should - ;linear:on ncer-
,tho. result...in the other StatCa• of.. the
Union, ttint tiy..casting .. the entire vote nfPenn
q49nia for Ste Plreir. ..Donglai and. Herschel .
:V. Johnstot, it, would elect , theni PI esiiient: 'and
.Yice Prelsiitent ocCr..Messis:Lincolti and Ilnni-.
lin;then . said • ClectOrs-shall'Aie under Oblig,a
lintis so to rest said vcite;: if 'on:Hie other
elect if should oppear that said vote Would not elect .
Messrs.:Douglas and• Johnson, but would elect
John, C . .
.11reckinrIrige and Joseph Lane •P.i . esi-•
dent . ad . yice•President over SlesSrs. Lincoln
and Bamlia„ then said .Iv : ote sh4 . be'cast
them;-and Ari . case the united . :vote vote of
•PennsylVania Would not . elect either of.. these
rickets,- thed Are' electots rnay • divide -it.... be , •
t %Veen thern'aceortling..fo their - dwn ' jridgment .
. would he•..fire besstihr the country and
the Democratic...parr y- T —JheYbasis-ol this' uni
.ted action liOng..that.it is the first and highest•
duty'of alt Democrats, however tkey. may
fernbotft.men and rpinOr:pointsof
to unite.'ngairfsf . d.commori enemy, and
to avert, if possihle,:thet grentest. calamity
that could befel the country, the eleCtion•of a,
IllaekTtornibli(urn. PreSidentr: and 'firrther,. the
Chairmen of• I his Committee ''is he'reby author
ized to correspend. the several Eleetors in.
•the State, arid' olitain. frotii 'each ,Llec-.
tors - Iris written• pledge,. within thirty days'
.fforn this dare, :that. he will faithfully carry out.
the ol . Ject of this.resoiritioni.
• On motion of Mr. .Icreiber,', of Dauphin,.,
resolution wa . s . • adopted
. that.thirteep members
of Ihe.ComMittee seed eimstitme:n. quOrtiM.
On rnoi ion of Messts;Petrikin and,,Tnimson,
the dominittec‘ acljOnyhed tneeta,t.Cressim
the call.Of th . o Committee. '
G. W. Cikr.ior;XN, . , • .
11. B. Bult.NitAmr, . } Seeretgries.
: .•' . •
ThC Opposition. Papers of. the State,are all
touglas.memas opposed to Beckinridge. Of
course. 'They, know BeckihriAge.• to be :keit'
real opponent.; The abolition papers North'are ,
'also sympathising tendetlY With Douglas:, .0f
cdurse Democrats understand thisi sort:of thing.
If PouglaS. Were , the' choice the' Democracy
Of INdrth Carolina; then the oppoSitionists.and
'the disaffected all sy.mpathise mightily •
yithfir6ekinridge,: 'lt is a good sign to see.the
Onpo'siiiOniits'alreadylottlipg•dOwn. to' the, efd
'IMI to. injure and create distrust - of the no.inina
tion of Breckinridge and Lope.—jrt/iiiing . ton
Jodepal • • ,
• Resolved,, That 'our -eandidate!i' name is
• , 11.esol.ved, Thit for short we call him IcA
Resolved, '!'bathe candidate.
Resolved, That he is, the -. , .oldest" man in
the . ' .
That be:is. t he' hamlsomest man. in
:Resolved, That Par . ' candidate: "has split
Resolved,. That he has "sailed a flat boar,"
therefore competent to manage,the“sllip
of State." • . ' , • . • ,
Resolved; That he
. c.hates slavery as' bad as
Resolved, That he does no(dielieve, this' gov 7
ernment can endure half slave
,and half: free.'
- .The Sicilian 11 ,, yolution, - . it
,appears by.th . e
last'arrival,frorn Europe, Was eteadity milking
at Palen - no. took place 'on the 6th of June., - . The
royal troops, retiring with the honors .of war
from the city, committed' the moq . 4liSgraceftil
and 'characteristic excesses'on retreat.,-:
Great efforts were making' by the Neapolitan
Governmen t•to secure .Naples. from .1 he cor.ta:
gion of-revolt. by promises ofa liberal 'Canstf- .
tation ; and it:was rumored that the.. Emperor
,Napoleon bad accepted a meditatiolt on the
of Neapolitan; reforins and ofa.seperate
14'overnraerit for Sicily tinder a Bourbon Prince.
Arlazzini:had 'sailed, it was saicl,for Sicily.; and
Garibaldi, after establishing a Provisional Gov
ernment; had -ordered•.4 levy eta bf the
people, and was-'negotiating
The horrors of an English pauper's life may
be imagined:from an item tn. a London paper;
which states.that Richard 111drinina, aged 62
years 'a lunatic. pauper in the Work'. House of
St.'blatthew's' Bethnal Green; was taken to'ifie,
.bath room and plaCediri . the bath, which, was
scalding hot. He screamed, and when dragged.
out Was:scalded over. the whole surface of the
body, and 'in .a', shocking state. of suffering.—
Medical aSsistancaWaslinmediately yendered,
but Manning gradually sank and' died.
At a•meeting.of the members of the Bar and
the Officers-of the' Court : of IVarren county,
held in 'Warren, on the evening Of the 16th
ult., a series of resolutions, expressive, of. re
spect .tor, llon. JOII . S
were unanimously.adoiited. They were . olfered
by . S. I'. Johnson, Esq.. .. • .
Messrs. Joseph andßoberfrl3utton, editors of
the Lynchburg yirginion; were shot 'on Sat
iirdoy lasi, at that place, by the In:others Herd
wich, of. theßcriblican:: Robert. Button •was
morialiyjwou.n . ded ; 'end las since died'. :The
other. was. seriously injured.: • • .
:An American firm is said ~'to have . MTered to
hire the Great Eastern for•oneinbnth!s
tion in New Y.M.1)..., on.terins Which would have
insured.the cO:npanya diVidend of
. five per cent
orupward:. 'The offer was •
. . . . . . .
A' DlFFErti.:NcE.—Lincoln, when in Congress,
voted ogainet giVing bounty land, to thOse who
seived in.the Mexi'ean . War,. r but ;the Coniord
Pat/iot:says when he-was•on the .stiirrip in that
State;!kst Spring; he: charged Slocl.u!'Peech.
• PICTOktIA . r.
says : pictorial indignity offerec
111. r. Liircoin, is , perlfet rated by:,..the' I,llyetpliee'
Se;iiirtc7, a paper. Which• avower* . one of bit;
warmest stipporters. yhis journal' beads. it's
'editorial columns' with a diabolically uklypic'-
ture;'rind callsat Abraham . No bette,r
plan could . he arlaritcd,fordefeati4-that gentle
man's election. . Though.his*.pritati.characte'r
were Proven' to 'he that 'of a . saiot, few :Would
he disposed to, vote for '- a man . .. W it
like the devil.. Lincoln, is by : 0 looke d
minently . handsome. Maw; but, his counfehance
.is at least h aml o ok e il" like t A b
, the, Sellnd. gives,. hoWeVer,.. he: could
eats that sug t.sbY simply looking at them.,.'
het. by'. kitting:l3n one. 'of bis.:•OWt t
fences .near. a-cornfield, than by- piing toWash,
ingtoti. There haye . . been a - good
po - rtraits..of : Mr. I . .incol ri published,. but his, ..on
the w:role . , is. Secidedly' the,' unkindest - . cut
of all I"..
.. , ,
'DkvE f yrno.-.The Tariff that had pas,sed
the House,tailed.in the Senate by two of.a.ma.
jority. It is laid over'until the'meeting cif the
next Congress., It had ardent and faithful
friends•in the Senate-men ,of our party- who
stood hy until last vot•esealed its defeat.
member was, more steadfast'and unflinching
in its sapport than our Senator; Hon: -Wm.
l3igler, he defended: the:Bill: in the spirit arid.
earnestness of.a true Pennsylvanian... For this
.he -has won,morc brilliant honors, if pOssible,
from•his devoted friends throughotit his native
State. Senator has not failed on any ores-.
sion to 'advocate.and 'defend Pennsylvania in
terests. In counties, like clarion, his services
are. felt, and aPpreciated. Ifite . fails
. to please
all,'it is not from•acts of his thargre not pure
ly pMriotic...as he conceives themro be; 'for; he.
,is honest,,open.and fearless-in all- that - lhe.doei".-
For his manly stand in, support of a, Protective
tariff as suggested by Piesident Buchanan, the'
Democratic partypf Pennsylvania will riot tail
•fdaward him merited praise.C/arion _bent: ..
:meeting rii the con
r,regation of St. Pauly has'been called for Sun.
day er Aur., at the Cathedral; 4 , t0 • take
consideration the • unexpected resignation.' of
131 shop O'Connor ; and to adopt such , measure's
.as may lie proper in Orderto,testity the feeting's*
of • the Catholics lately under his,ehaege, con
sr-quent - on the toss they' have snsLained."—
A ,Ritei:ELT;;AN'lon.—The repOrt of. the CO
vode.lnVestigaticin committee,"says.•the Lan.
caster bitelli,geiicer,' will make a . volutite of.
twelve hundred.pages.',- The Reppiilic - an'Heuse
af.RfpresentaliVes'have • Ordered their Repub.
lican printer to publish 109 ? 000 eopiee for.elec
tioneering purposes inthe present campaign.
This is .quite a..respectrible.RepubliCan job.. It
is taking quite.a slice.of the public funds with
Which to nianilfactureßepublican'capital. .The
entire expense of the . printing, binding, direct
ing, mailing and conveying in the mails. to Abe'.
different.paits of ourex(ensive:ciniutry . , these .
one Inindred 'thousand vOltunes . ,oll . ..erist
.tween a half and three fourths Or of
.This is 'quite anitenr, but as it is a•
Republfcan job and a' Republican measure it is'
all right, Had -the Democrats - ordered - it, the.
country would hsie ben astonnileri by . the
vvailings efthe . Republican presa.on.account of
its unhearit•rif - enormity'and unmitigated fraud
upon the'pebple.",. .
KINDNESS rtcwartpt;o:—A „youth by:the name
of Jno.•Butterwoi th,.of Bedford Co., Virginia,,
a ,j'onr - or • too ago tatiiid - an old Englisliman,•
then li'ving in Roanoke, laying , by the roadside.
in intoxicated and 'freezing condition.—
Young Butterworth' prOcured. a buggy,' carried
, theold man home, Nvcarr;ed himancl.nursed him,.
untii.reStOred..to health... When'the. yountruait
was loaiiing 'the house, the old - ientierinan - re
marked that-he would remember him.. The
.old gentleman • afterwards. removed.. to. Texas,,
invested his fltruli and, became.wealthy.' He
died. a short time ago;leaving his whole estate
to hi& yourig friend, who ihus, becomes worth
about. one hu.ridred thousand dollars. - .. .;
.THE W90I; Maadmii.--The•To9l . Market haS
been unusually active for the:last ; ten
At first hdyers i . lTeri.;(l from forty to fOrty;two
cents for the beStgrades , ,.butscOn came: up to
forty-fiyeland finally: to forty-seven and . :' forty
eight cents. .Niiarly all the best lOta•have .. been;
taken, and•mostl3 from forty-fiye to:forty-seven.
Cerds...'.ThoSa who sold last baile.as a general.
thing . done John : LarrOwe:of•CollOctoti .
soldhis:clip of some 3,5,9 . 0 Ibs. o» Monday,., at
forty-Seven, and Albert Lariowe of Wheeler,
sold.hiann the Same - daY at•forty:„eight . ...Wool
producers.have•haid a good' time year,'and
we hope that the buyers will have'' an : rqually
good time ;, but of this there, .is a.,sPeelt of:
.• • •
IVAsuiNii•io..4, July 7
• The hoard of medical officers assemble
at Baltimore on the 20th of September; for the
examinatiOn of assistant surgeons for promo
tion, or of -sorb candidates for appointment foc
the medical staff of the arm) . es may , he• invi-
ted to present tbernselees. .• .
Thereare now• thiee vacancies in the , grade
of assita. - it surgeons... '
The Presidedt 'ha's recognized, Hen-:
oings as vice•consul,of klanoiletldt New York.
WASHINGTON, July 8
. • .
The Constitution. to-day. announces •IVrn. H.,
Browne as editor and proprietor, Mr: Bowman
having, in . putauance of the arrangements which
had been in progress' some time, transferred to
him all his 'propriatary interest•in that. journal.
Mr. Breckinridge has :formally accepted the
nomination for the Presidency.. His letter will
ha Publisheid Tuesday.
The programme of the Breelrinridge••and
Lane demonstration to-niorrow night'. includes
a serenade to and :an .address .from Presidebt
fir. Pryor spoke two.hours in Phamix hall
last . night, defining his position in,regard to, the
.Presideney. He declared his preference:for
Breekinridge,and Lane over the other -eantli•-•
dates.. The building. vac crowded; and the ap 7 :
plause great. •
An esteemed correSpendent,..wilting from
Smithfield, Johnston county,-says:. g,,Breckin
:ridge .andl:ane are undoubtedly the people's
choice, but political .managers,are making
entbree a Douglas ticketon the voters
of . . . .
. That, is • nreckinridge, and :Lane ore the
'choice of North Carolina—the clear choice; pn
litical managers to the contrary 'notwithstand-.
ing.. There isrio use in trY.ing . ,to . ,slue. it gver..:
Breekinridge And Lane . ferrn the strongest tickt
et in the . field. anywhere,. - or Upon. riny!grOdnd.
They are . stronger in themselyes than" any
other. They are.. stronger in their 'prineiples,
and-t hey' are backed directly by the sure,Pern,
neratiC States-and stand the best" chence - .fOr
the doubtful ones. The 'game of brag and .