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: VRESIVENTIAt. ELECTORS. . • •
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Jekti:C. Dreckindilgil aen.;Gtokgc. AI, Kt
.I.,FrAderfek,Seryer... 11 J ! ,Reeklinot.
frvirm. C.. ratterso.n. 15 Geo. Jack" Son.
3 Jon, HloCkett, jr. 16 Ahl.'
4 J. G..l3renner.. 33. Dinner
- 5 - JI! W: Jacoby. 18. J'. R. Crawipril.
s..dharles Kelley. ;10 ;11. - N. .
.1;91,P. James. 20 J;
8 JO avid Scholl. .21 N. P...Fetterman
Lightner. . 132Snamel Marshall.
111'8. S. , Btrlber:if ~ 23' Miliaria Book.
11 T.H... Walker:- ' • 24.13: D.. Hamlin.
12. S:B., Winchester., -25 Haylord.Chareh.
EeittOirutte NatlonutExecutive Committee.
..The folloiying-narned gentleman cothroso this
COtnnsittee: . • •
Hoo,l.l.Stevens, nf.Dreo - on, - Chairman,
W. 'Johnson, of7tirki Arkansas. •
Hon. Jefferson Davis', Of Mississippi.
Heal joist D. Might, of Indiana: . • ' •
Hon: Thomas ' B: Florence; of Pennsylvania.
RopoGeosge -W.:Hughes, of Maryland.
John Stevenson, of FentuckY.
lion. I. It: Tinarbion, of New Jersey.
B.lteett; of A:labama;
Augustue Schell, Esq., of New York.
Wright, Esq,,of Massachusotni. • ,
.ljon. Juries G, Barret, of Washington, D.C.
' Flinn; PA.; et Washit4ten,
`Walterlenoz, Esti.; of Washington; D. C.
Cluskey;Washingnin, D.C. Resident
• Sewtaiy..` - • ' •
w. Alcoa, Washingt on; D. G., !Treks
etithinueicatkons ahOuld he athlreasetl. to
Ifeti.ll4lc STeve,ti; Chairnai,Vashine ton,
- D.TO &cleats of the . Conimittee at No.
JUDICIAL NO3iINATION,The C 01) fe'ices • .of
p,Fle ! crawforcl . apd Warren, met at Waterford
and !after' kaildting rotireigl(
,tithe"s:and'spe ding the 7 1;e:et pOrt of 't”Nto
dates final l y plaCed in'nomination S. P . :ferny'
SON, Eegr,, of Warred, ..The Republican ma
that Judicial 'district is said to . be
over 3,0130, so:tikt Mr. JOhaslin f though very
''liatlltibisist eels vie :'celebra
ted MattiftsolitliShow'ef Niblo & Sloat will be
exiiiirsted* Smethport;'on the 21st inst. It'
iiitied frequent that - ive the. pleasure . of
a"performisnee of .this kind at4soine,
and ire" eipeet thete will , be a crowd , in attend
;since. , head:their advertisement in the Demo-.
et* IniirleylUp qtieirlei against the irnPor-
Wino ShOO intthis - liorouh,• It is now • can)-
'plattid, and nurenternrising:hiend is • prepared
his line, at fhe new' Shop.'
•Prliepet,iilailk•urtisenientsthat appear this
taken up a large portion of Our in
tAcigigi tO„..the,.e,zolusion of our usual quan
iii.Nl494lfAidisigcrosittee.:• A delay was caused
• in the - Oblication, in consegOence of ,being
chligetirto - trait Sheriffs sales, until Fri
' difitifttitrioirii" •
4 1 4 A4t9 1 41 11 ,1 1 11 1 1 1 A'?Pc.54 4, ^ 11 will 1 M seen
alS.iisemenf~oj 4i c9 l-
AV° tkatAV.aleati friends #re to hold•a. mass
Meeting at the dedieet tau of theirliOiant Club
;t6bite"4 Ili ` 4 213 h'd ta 'Th I? ' '
. mi l e
~ 11 s nt ! q emorrary
Ortlillgte fir Nev( 3 ydaii, 144 vi'laJ l aliajte,
'7 , ,, le Jrk 4 , e4titt4 , at-Jeatts.*lNF IMerl', - " - j,
thleonellint tii.he ei"excitement in either spar.
* i l4 lps t 'billi'llirge , (lelegations. will go from
' v. ' ": 61 0ti;5 14 1 11 . 'vd;1 " 1 . ; <9 6t . a b l i-, neorl P ' e, P f f
i l- 1 9/ 1 1 e 4Tgr i s ‘Ot 4igfiejeV brethraq
. ..14404t--4:." 1 -;
. 1 ,,,," 4, s r,li.y . s g;. ~,... , .
^rtr A 'la ii t lll4l, tiabiftilled • at 'Wellsville
- , , * 94 1 1MI t i,.'ll'Poi r enee• ' l k W 1 . 1 ,1 be
ril t ..s 4.,.1"..1' ...0 . '
, 4041411,01110,440 the co4fice...,was mobbed, a few
~ Tefeenitiseltipem4bd, mid a pail 'ot the
'',' ' o#l44Wetettlili'llidiirediii: 'Titidillei.ii. )
to 4,44 ifilf4 l a: iii -. 4;etton ' `l' D I P'
"' ,q, 5" ,FF,"Pf'
imito4d .0! l i o , iglaf ,,, its
i i,/,4 444 0 - t - tark i tgr A i4 : ,,pAtke:ust, ism..
ace ifs ;"64"
~ 11, 4 1celik:44 0 ,1tAwitql,e, I Douglas 1150' ' ' A
"A - 6 1 - 10 1 4.4144644' ''..l , ‘' h'peer'ralked"the Dade
,lii'tir,tifft!'qit'4l ,h , ti r imi" of you'? retunths, w e
''' silt/411'6e ,re). - . • .
stow.Js,activity. .The ltbaractluestion of Slit- .
t . o.:the,far oir.lettiteries
41 1 ed 19% , t i li9 ' ...ppoilio`piPPen» . s]ylviviia; • There
are :pressing, home.,!inturests te.he", decide& it .
;the OctOber - ,electrotiiin V.ritieli'tlea; white pee
pje are coneereetl: . '.ln ..Pentiii3ir yenta it
. is to' be.
de'dided„Whether'ihe SehtiMing plUnderers
gained power 'under cover'..Of Ike slaip ry' ex
citement o -shall Monger ..info.it Mir high officea,
°Cour citizens oncenate'chopse honast, pear
fical Men .who ;labor 'ter.the interest. of
Pentisy,lvaniane. • :The ''of
countyshaye interests:still nearnr home On rc
the tate'Ciiiiiittli which would• be criminal in,
thetri;O:negledt:: .The; equal y.'ofTfces; ' ..with the
ettdeptieti, of:.Asiteciate...JUdgi4;,Prerto hi. fih,led
at \ the October eleetien, :the inoStof.thstri for
'three ‘years: history pf.the'PaSt fO,V years
cenvictce'pnY. reflecting • mind that him.
glers, at least, , have crept'. county '
Thecpublie funds have heon.applied to partisno
purposes; thdrear.pnblic ' welfare has
beensharriefully:',ncglected...: 'There is bUt•one
safe:course to adopt, pit the of ices in the
'hands, of men who are riot only. hondst,practij
calMen r btit are outside of the Influence,of the
corriMt, demngogues . that have held 'sway. :
The necessity . for . .a reform in the Commission
ers? office, Was felt, two.yeara ago, and the
Republicans-brought forlvard a candidate. who
tvas known te'be economical, enough, in his
affairs--'nothing .dotild'bor ..
against his erection on that seore.. Whitt Was
•the The. boa'rtl. 'organied. with the
newly elected • 'Commissioner who 'was •to . -
Pugurate a pew, policy, • and[ll the first . session
Petitions.wero in circulation, praying - theLeg
isloture to dpuble'thg salary of the' Cornmis_
sioners. True, the mileage 'of, lurord were;.
eut.doWn,. unit come . .instances,
fatten front some .hard-WCulting Juror, whosn
fees'We're . . already too low to pay his board,
and saved to the Treatuty.' The grand total' re
suit, of. the reform measures of that board .Was;
that theneatt" - A editor's . RePorr Sliewed tlie.ex
•penses nearly • doubled-L:exceeding, by ..111011
thnh.7line litendred .doilare, I he . receipts of, that
year. 'Here was'refortn with.a ven ,, eanee.
The following .yeer the, 'voters, not daring to.
.trust reforrPfart her, commenced the .
work in 'earnest, by'•electing W. r. Dav'ts.---
T,ho'boaitis compose'def two Republicans and
one Democrat s . , Tbere is now an oppositinity
to complete thd werk,anti place theseourity-busi
nessfn iefehandS. ..We have -faith to believe
the opportunity will not be neglected. •
Z:omc•Our:-l3ro~S~lita is now in tijo
whither he has gone to p . e'relmie.O new Stu.
The Last Wag of the Hammer.
Sattirday..was.'the day: fixed rupon 'fur the%
straight out Douglas Committer: to "meet in
this city, and finkh the•opperation oh mutila
tiogitbe,Stateticket. We • repair- r ed tWice to
theßitehler..flouse to report progreSs;,but could
see - nOue•of the . COmmitte . e.• . on taking.
tourOf observation about the otber hotels;. , • •
we.discovered Mr. Linevveaver,. of Lebanon,
,Laneaster,', in. the city;
end nobody else.',..
• itle"eereatin.'.thitt Sattirdairr" Wasthe day. fixed
meetiOg, and the non-attendance:is
evitkoce thatthoy.have abandoned the straight
movement, which they find has no longer
the enourageMen . of DeinOcrats to'urge r it o . n ;
los.Ftirney and a few of his followers,
thus .have an' exctse'te vot.e. ler 'Lin;
celit i 'but their losswill be our gain: . .
• 'Tile 'united - D.mnocraey - of f PcnrisYlvabia
will elect Forney. first, and vete . against Lin
.afterwarda, for Whose defeat. all true
Democrat's and conservntive' men are • now.
Striving. •We - can.; only • congratulate those .
Whci:have quit in tirne; before any. mischief
wasaccolpplished by the Forneyitcs.—././airts- ,
burg'Patrtoi mud . • •
IC`• strikes this movement -6f secession
frott(the. Dernoczatic State. ciiganization. has
cifizzled," i!girrin,"•“gone . tp a spout.".
the : get-Men:ten compositig this CoMmittee,
profesS to' be serving the cause of Douglas,
Will, east their eyeS • over the •State; they Will
find . a . very large. majority 'of the frienda.Of
beagles endorsing-the Cresson coMpromise . : . as
tfia i onlypossiblir arrangement thr:;tigh .which
Doitglas can hope to secure the electoral vote.
They will discover themselves. in . .a Weak Mi
nority,.not only among the Democracy. of .the
Stati'but also among ,the.suPporters- of Dobg
lai. •They will, find the very Man whe anpeint
eti them, Hendrick B. Wright, president of the
26th of July convention, advocating:the cause
of union arid harmony. If this: survey does
not Convince Iliem.that in . hying their hands
upon the electoral ticket of the Dtimocratic
party of the State, they are„ perpetrating an
act of willful disorganization and 'giving • aid .
and'eomfort to the sectional Republicans, then
we - mist give them'Over as . cibilnrately . harden
ed—lost toill the . MotiVes that have' hitherto
actuated.bemocratsi 'and - det ertnined'ie defeat
the party if in their' power, 'which, thank God,
ii is not:-4itt. Fos!. '.•
' • ' •
.'Nor liehglac ahoutd 'be elected
p,3.l,te,al:•fitcO(l/n ithe Senate... Pugh.. of Qhio,
io;lhe . :Cittly,..iuppditer. he. has 7 now niul ..Chaso .
4th. of March
4orie beqter." • If he should
plectpd Present, he have Senator Ken ;
e.dy,'ofifaryland,. to,.aid admiiistratlon.
Alr;tCylttentletil'a teim 'expires on • the 4th Of
Vt;Sept. 5,450. •
One,4lf or; .thc
.otate'h4w,iitnajo . rity, fOr .lea,irl?ank's ejectjon.
itipOijlieslo,eanifidates for Gdrigresl•nre
'elected, by jAcreasefl "ritujoiities. The Skate
•tich:ate olact qniirely anal. 0 . 111 .
Xionse • • • • ,
Notwiih their efforts `At Wittstling to
keep : -Qteir:courpge :oi4....AWabe pro--
banners;. drums •404',.fifits ) . the
Repablic'tinti' . ;herettbduts ere e . videntlybecoming
in'ofe anti ,MoreLdishbarteneti.. 4 1'herr . nightly
show porittlesitOoff wit honterithesitts* anti
the glare.p(ithqie - torches ,attracts 'neth ..froM
t heir .oPparieitti.
.I . 4ct , ,t!iat all. Over...the ronntiy . :rhe . oPpo'netifs ..
of RePuhliettniSrp.' . .rtad sectionalism. are gout
to support: a united tieltet., lias• ',Mien:like a
Siet . bla'riketnpqn• the rail iliyi
siona,ofttlieDetnociacY. were ~t heir only hope;
.atal.os the . Aiv ishana are.beipg lienledy •the
goiYig . Now
Yol.k . han taken - a poSiiim7„:which insures the
success of the:Antißepitbkieen.tiekot beyond
:peril tl ventire.- itsell..defeitts. Lincoln;
before the 'The election Of , roStey: : .in
Penii . sylYtinfo,...is..lieYmed. a
. qooliand . all . , the
eirol:t§'l4 , llicV Republicans can make to prevent
the I)emecracy . ..fratri going- es' Snit for the
Rending . electoral ' , ticket,
. CorimremiSe?. fl prose . fil le as the-
Tim .Wide•Awika movement is a
IVeta-Cei•Man Her ao liishman is permitted to
floidOin tin fainti at' the end of o
It is always the•cpse - ut the .lithe 'of
elections,rthat...the.oppositign i :ta..the
1)010611c y* . ttit••into the. campaign perfectly
tare of success... After : a time 'they .are not
quite so sore-HthinzSchante, Un'd facts speak
louder thari boasts, •er .- . the glare tordies
. ai . the.electioh approaches,, they... get- - on
the 'anxious seat; tind when the :cot comes
they 'sae youted;c 4 horse, fnot . :ani) .(IrtwAris.",
So ii:hae been'in So it Will be this
. For Assembly
.As.we had neither ,'time or space' last .
to say . - anything • more . of, -our candidate§ for
Assembly„than•to give the proceedings . of the. •
Conference Which nominated . them, we now .
propose to say ii - few,Words about' - them. I •
• A. M . .. Benton, 1 7 ,5q•.,0f county, is .
rhe r:ame gentleman who waselected NI- the
Dernocratic ticket, last year, and with Mr.
Gordon; represented this, District atDariisburg
last winter. • lie is an.'intelligent, honest' end .
indlistriouibirsiness.mon, having acquired . a .
Competence in the, lumber' business, • in Which:
he ha's largely engaged•ot Pert • Allegheny. ler
several years. course as:a member 'jest
Year, as far as: we have- been.: able, to. learn, .
meets with general Opprobe•tion, and•-there
no reason why ettery::Deineerat.iln the... District
should not vote for• him. 'The best evidence •
we can adduce tjuit heis the right kinder a man,
is the fact those. that Who are most intimately
acquainted,With him; his, immediate neighbors,
speak:loutlest end strengestin,his yraise,-'and •
when' opportunity . offers,. shoW their eppreci
at ion of Minn by voting'loc him.; When ,a-• man
who lives ina:chlintry district,doing• husiness
among a' comParitiVely poor, .but..honest' seed
industrions•people,•to the amonet.of
.of dollars per, year' enjoys the:•.respect,- cor4 ,
dimae mid esteern.of that People,•to the 'extent.
'that.Mr...Benton does, it is.a.s good 'evidet.ce-as•
we,want that heis a sound. institution.:
practical; intelligent and hottest business men
and mechunics,:Should alwaysibe sent to,legis
late for•the.Peoplec instead of mere lawyers and
other professional.nrien, The. foriner class 'feel
and know rho wants and wislieS . , or:those With .
whom,they:rwelu chnstant• , intereoursc,• whiie
Ithelatter class as : general' thing, are men
who,.enVeloped in their • cloak ot• profesional
dignity; live all to.thernstlves, their. very Man
nerrepulsing everything like advances. or•
.tnitiatity front the tosses.: . ' ••
To the :Demdcraticliarty and . people,of Jeff
erson 'county, it is unnecessary that we•should
,say anything about,lgajer Brady:. 'They know..
him, , Bu . t.to•thoSe . Out of the county,, whe . ti
not. enjoy the pleasure of bis.acquaintance,
Would addresS• a few words. •Ma•j..l3. was-born
in'the adjoining county oflndiana, and . i.s . a
Mar descendant of the elder Brailys; . " who..ren=
tiered Such imPorta , nt `service to•the country in
the•battles of the .revolution;, as Well . is
Warof :1812, and Indian wars. ,
.Tie . 7posSesses
in an.'erninent degree the . military
ne.si and . (tentage of his 'noble and .patriotic.
ancestors. that the military spirit' of the 'ling.:,
ily is still retained by
. our 'candidate, will. be
apparent when it is known . that .he- ha's com
manded several military companiei,•a.nd,is now
.serving the third term of five yearsas. Brigade
•Inspector, and has 'not yet.attajned his fortieth'
gear. For twenty-eight years ..Btookyille has
been his horns, duting.futirteeri•years: ot which
time he has.he'en, the editor 'and - publisher.' of
the only. Democratic paner in Jefferson county,'
The writer Of OAS article has:: known Maj. B.'
for ten year's, ,intimately, and in all": that time
NVe'nevet•kneW him toiler! mean •or . dishonor,'
.where,' dr under' What
circumstances we shaVe:rriet • him, he :Was 'al-.
way''' the same free,'.Open" hearted, Brady. •• , 11e
is a pcisitiveman and one when) you always
knoW where to find.' Ile is not the ':man who
vvould sigh a letter recornending.anotber for .a
high eflicial .position, .and then .go_ privately
among his:neighbors' end endeavor to injure
and, defeat, him for the' same position.,'
though making riti.particullr preteritions to a
high moral character,- or any • extra amount of
personal dignity, his inate. principle of honor,
would scorn snch double dealing. When he is
for aSman,,he is for him; and When he' oppeSes
a man . lre opposeS him straight out.: • •
Fort the position of RepresentatiVe Maj. 'Bra-.
sly possesses peculiar. qualifications, • ' Having'
for two years been_ a `Clerk .iin the .Rouse of
RepreSentatives, under Capt. Jacob 4eigler,..a
gentle* .as .well . versed in parliamentary
Usages as' any other in the State; he is.perfectly
familiar with the Whole retake ollegielation.
[ma word, he , knows the .ropes; while his: 01l
hand, frank, and familiar manner, would enable
'him to carry Measures through, wh6e others.
less 'favored; Would fail entirely. •• fie' 'always
makes'friends•wherever he ttoeS.•• • •With a high
order of intelligence, industrious habits, and
quick perceptive faculties, .he has. the. firmness!
•to take •a stand ,:antl.- maintain. it. fle:'yVill
Make, if elected,. of 'which -we entertain no
doubt what,ever,•One . of the . most usefid,•:Work
leg mernbers.ever. sort:from' this Distriet'..'
"Such are the men presente(t by the',
cratic party . forthe suffrages ofthe. people of
this Representative District ; and We • consider
them particularly fortunate selections. Beth
honest, intelligent. - nnd industiions working
Men,: they" would represent ''the District," tit,
.a inarincr than would, do honor
ro theinsolves,- - aqd ' , upon ,t heir
cousfituPn lefferio It
1N1 . r..( cWoos ti.IN
• • .
- . Last:. winter at•Flarrisburgi resolueiomt. were
littroderetfinfebet.h branches. of tho'..tegisla
tare,:in'refereoc.e to : the conteit:then'• - going on
atWishington for:4eake(ol '6;l Jlouse..
I.llis'Oceasion:setrerac Itepithlicans availed them- _
selves or the'opportunity . te. display 'their great.
loiolor the .. nigg(4; a
,nil their', cordial hatied .
.of the .Deinoe'ratie . -party, among - .whom was
the gen tleman
. from:JeflersOn.', In , the.. conrsb
of his . reroatlts Mr, G.paid•the:follo‘Ong cern- .
plimcut to a portion of party;
• . 6 , lVe want no:compromises with
negro . oligarchy': of the'
Sou - ilblor With the r m morosuffreinelyeen'tetlipt
abloittliesOT the North. like 'see "this
Wadi doe kicked I .4e • to
his ugly .hpwl . as, the lash falls upeti his wooly
hide.i.sjnd.l ani glad to knowthaf . the time' his
eome,wheri 'men, are found.;-in ',Gongfess' 10• to
dare stand and knack the.•teth.*out
'Farther on in his . -speeh;, in. sPenkitig: of: . en=: .7
dorsing the Helper book, the .follckving choie
and elegant sentiment
A porVoa, of that. work .every Republican
and 10pposil ion4riber of this' floasO most
'sincerely endorses, Cni , the *Lornfora party 'does
s9y2b4di.iiri?;cipl.e and: eveythiag ithat looks to
ihro . npleildia4 of depency and respeclabiiii.zh; that
they date.not endorse:any portion of thit book,
j)nblish these literary .gems' for 'the. '• ea
edihOition of. those LoeOfoces,asbrother
.Gordon, calls them, in thisDistriCt,.Who upheld ..
...‘idreinciantl•riwieacz.bil4'' by voting for him
last .year. : If they. want toliek the hand that
Smites therit.; we p'resnfne th ey . have ..a right. to
We. ere :free say, • however; that
.such is ifot'onrstyle..- Those
in thlS:ease;.rmiSt•be•oc a .very
Gta4d M4ss ConventiOil.
Redteation of :tlie•Little 'Giant ;Club House at
ON . P/iYDA Y, &53 . 5P.T.L.:11/BEEZ 5, 1800
. . . ,
The Little• Giant Club House, now in, course.
of eree.iion.at. Olean-N. Y., 'will he dedkated
at 12 o'cloclell.l.,. on '
Prekrations arc Ifinking for kt grand, glass
Meeting and , Celebration. . • • '•
ANFORD.F.. CHURCH . . of Orlean's,
~ Hob. FERNANDCO WOOD:.of New York,
Col. S. G. HATtIA VVAY.of Cheindng,
JAMES M. HUMPIIR4EY, Esq., of Erie,
- 1-lave been invited;and will be present' to
dress the detroerack.upon 'the live issues . of
; tlje Jay.
. • •
Turnout! Democrat's from every quartet...of
this 'County, Allegany;.and. the: bordering
. PenniYlianid,and how by . your
presence, that you,are ..arbused • - to 'the impor
tance of the coniing election.
V.... . .. . . ,
OMAIIT,TEF 01 ,. ...ti.ftR . A.NG,EME,Vii. •
J:, , T,..HENICY; .• -CLARLESXICIiiIItT
11.11.55 EL MAR'FiN 3 ~.10111, 7 . SUFINE,
JOIiti.I,LTIILLF.Y, RICI(AnD K.1 , ,id.' . ...
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NEW YORK 26 1 '
COOK'S AMPHITHEATRE, LOND
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~ 1 This.'Conipany has:been selected
'. ,'''':: ti 4. ;*- .%
Vtl A tt: ti o ' l ' i l l n a u n s t L is e n h e i t i° Z !' l 't € l l 6.° l "u rn e ni s-
Ai': a . ,', imiut among wheat Will be .Ibaud
r• r ..'iri . , -,./ e, tho celebrated .. ,- , • .
4- 0 "- 4'4 IdA.DIGA.N FAMILY ,
- ~.. •457. • • who had rho •Initior .of • appearing
' - • .. before the Quectute lingai lintily
: ' - at the'Albanibra Palace; London',
gay 14, 1858
•. . •
1.1 1 1,LE EZIMA MADIGAN,
- • ,TAMCS MADIGAN,
Dare buck Prlnciplo
SAM . LONG,
:,• . The Celcbrated Vocal Clowh.
31ASTj"..11 CHAS. -MADIGAN, "•
Scouic Ritlat 'anil*Gymnast.
at and Eq"
tilE DENSOR , TIROTHERS, VAI.EN* •
TINE AND : JACOB, ,
(Prom Reines Gorman Circus, Ham- .e
Autipodeon Equoitrians • '
Tranca, and Cy tallaStili Performers. • •
tV. 11, AUSTIN; .1
Acrobat and Equillbriit.
. CILI.RLES atllY,Alust Indian Juggler
••p nud Knife Thrower. , •
401 NATIttNIELLS; • • •
!fircOmic Equestrian and Vaulter
Together with' . • •
• ' J. DAVIS, D. lIICIIAIIIJS, &e.
. '.Aud.last Though uot. Wait . tho - World4tunowned
EIitICAT ED: • ELEPHANTS.
..• • ANTHO,IO. AND atOPATIP, • •
Mflio - gd through a great variety 'of perforinauCC3 of each
entortalnthriit, ouch as DANCING ' IVAUIVIsIG, PLAY.
ING.ON'Tiiti: TIAN!) 'ORGAN;; STANDING .ON•
UEAD9; . MOUNTING A 4T.I.IEVAL TO foot high and ono
foot broad, yrltli;otlier tricks, too nuirlertut3,..tu !kit-
- ,er7 Poi Nigher i)aftlet . ilayB see , largrkand
Friday, Sept, 21st, at 2 it 7 o'clock, P.
1.T0x.:,:13.A5513; .-:l3nowpi now holding:the
Septeinher Term. of.otir.Cour; and 'the . manner
he discharges' the doles of the riosition:shows
conelnSiiiely that.the.right :men . +ocetiPied-.the
right place., Ttie . people of.this.disfrict may
Make it sad Mistake; it.4ieydO not vold to
Judge Bnow . r.wlierelie..iii;: ;They.hadAetter let.
well; enough alone, and not tri:expe.riments.
Jrati.on:T.y/ger: • • • • ' : •.. 4
A.N4w Wisconsin paper, the
,1 all_ Re.portar',-tells:tbe . .folldwing; story
d skranse as c:facia - may appear; he, doe's,
not donbe their'eruth in..any particular, as they.
are well ,Cuthentieatedby. Many ,
,witnesses • im
whose veracity, he plOces , implicirebrifidencei..:
•90Tueseley.,!.while C orey and .tiii..two,
sons Were,ae Work in 41 , , fi l : 11.1;; :near, 'his. 'house,:
their littention*is arrested bk.' sinoke'...Which
aPpeared to iiidfrom.histitable.. They.htirried:
to thebarn es quiektrua l priSible;* and .disCov.
ereti a pile;of straw near by on•liri...Thie was.
immediatelk extinguished,.and . as'they were re
tuiniria•to..thellield, the:stable caught in Allier-.
eat, praces, - ;,which,.liy;.cenaiderable . exertion,
was puf our.: before, howe:ver;'they had` left.
the promises, another fire was
derneath the. griinery•in pile ' of boards: • T rf he
bottom, bbard...was - btirned riearlyjhreugh, but'
the, others were not; even scorched; After this
was Put opt, llr. CorOy•serit one of the boys
into the house to ascertain whether all.was safe.
there...' He inemediatelypme out. and. told ;his
faeher, t hat the house was on Mr. Corey
immediately.ran •ripstaire;.where he found son).
clothesline his-,wife had the tlayin
fore, burning•l. 2 .Theywere threwn
(law,: and from that time untillate at mednight.
the fire•broke out. rill . ever the house Firet. a pa
per. vrenidlcatell; then mosquito bar, then' a'
straw bed; etc,, arid it;was only by the utmost
exertimis . of Mr. Corey; aided by'. ,two • gentle
men, •Messrs. Hale and, Treadwell, that ..the
.building was'saired. The fire,continned,at in
tervali until • Sunday,,lse attracted
many visitors, We shall not attetript ',to: dive
any cause for this Wonderful . 'freak of. nature,
'Will but leaye• the •questlon. to
..be solved by
Sorne-of ourphilq'sophers. These facts, 4: we
learn thein.froM.an eye •witriess, are, true; end
if anyone can; solve - that mYstery'we . sholl
.glad. to hear from them. . '• •
. ,- . .
A.LL THOSE , indebtqd:tp us ar, ,, . requested
It to call and" settlelhesaine,. without delay.
If ..this call' . is.ritrbeeded, we shall becompel
led to 'make costs. . ', , - .. : '-'',.
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Smethport, July 15; 1500:..
BY. VIRTUE of sundry writs of :Fari Facitis,
Pvari Farigs" and ti enditioni I:Sz l iona.i, is
sued out of the, •Court.of Common Pleas'. of
Mi.g,ean .c . ounity;
. Pa..,Ond to me
,;-delivered, Lwill expose t 6 public sale, by ven
due and outcry, •at.the Court .11otise at Smeth
port,On Alondaythe.2.lth ..darof' Septeinher;
-18601 at .one.o?plooli in the afternoon., the- fol
lowing deScribed property,:' .
• -AB the tight,•title, and interest of the' de
fendant to the following:described Real Estate,.
situate in*HamiltonTownSilip,VKean county,
Pennsylvania, bounded , and described as fol
lows, to 'vrit.;-:--On the'South by lands of L.
L..Parincter and D. Morrison;' on' the
west•by Subdivision 67; on the Worth . by' lands,
-of J: Anderson and
. the'Kibbe estate; 'and
oil the east by' lands su rveyed in the ,names of
Wetmere and U. Irons.. Containing -about
eight h'imdred'aeres; more or — less; abmrtwforty
acres improVedi twci:new.fratne ~ houses, 'one
.new Saw Mill; one Frame Barn and about one
hundred Apple trees.' • '',•
• Seized,.talten,in execution and will ha • said
as the property. of 7,mha . niah .morrison, at the
suit of -Archibald Tanner:t.
• The fellowing'described ft:eal Estate 'in Port
Allegany, Liberty Township, M'Kean county,
Pennsylvania, hounded. and.described as fol
lows, to Wit:—j3,ounded . on the nerth,,eaSi, writ
south by lands of W. P.. Wilcox; On, tht;. west
by lands of T. Scott. Containing.one4oOrtli of
An Acre orlaili-inelo . inglhe highWayi
Y.eo; oironeW frame house. • . • . ,
Seized taken in execution audlo sold 'as
the property of William C. 13Iakeslie, Fit, Ahe
suit of A: Nl.Tentcn.: . .
All' the right;•iitle and 'interest .of 'defendant
to, the. following,•tle s scribeS.Real,Estate 'situate
in• Tc.eatitiOownship, .111!}:ean county, Penn,
sylyanim , —Bounded, on the'north,.by2l3ing,harri
lands; on the..west . by•Binglianiladds and Aden
Housler;" on the.sonth tandsi, .on
the. east by 'John R.. Chadwick. Coritaining
One 'himilred• and eighty acres;' about frity acres
improved :and. obotit thirty 'acres partially
Cleared; • one frame' dwelling.hourie; one frame
horSe.barn;.one.frarne barn,:ll) by feet,-and
abOut 50 . f ruit trees; formerly °Wiled:by John.R.
Chadwick,' and the same on which' defendant
now resides, •
. . . .
Seized, iakeit in execution, aio W . ill be sold
rim the property of Orrin Stanton , the. su it of
Rufus P• King. • - • .• • •. • '
. . .
. - -
All that' certain undivided 'half 'of ascertain
tract of , land being, in thatownship,' of Emil ,
,Cattty bf M'Kean,' . .and • State of .Pennsyl-,
vania,known and distinguished as No. 237G(two
tliciusand three htindred and seVe s ritY;six) upon
whichla a • Saw Mill and other buildings'. -"For
merly, owned by George - 'Morrison; .confainipg.
nine hundred and 'three ncres'Of land, be the
same more or . .
Seized, taken in: execution arid will be -sold
as the property of Orrin:Stanton Mortgegor,and
James A. Gunning; John 13ea man, Isaiah Morri
son; David Louk, Bcin. Mead,' James Eddy,
Lowellen Stanton and- William Marsh, terre
ten a nts, at the.snit• 6f Archibald. Tanner who
survived Robert Falconer.
All the rigi - .t, title, interest and claiin"of de
fendant .to the following described Real Estate,
situate in.theßdrouglrot Smethport, country of
M'Kean and State of 'Pennsylvania,' bounded
and 7 ..described as follows,: to IVit:—Squares
iluinbered.72,' 73, 74; and'7s; improved, hay
ing.thereon One fraine barn, shed, &c.
.•ALeo, , 7 LSriare: No 713; improved,* having
thereon one: frame, ,twO ;story dwelling house,
one two st ) 6ry; frame store hoase, and abbot
fifty fruit trees.,..and'a- penstock' of running'
numbered 7,...t3;and'0; Which
are . bnunded,'inorth by.'Water. street; -east •hy
the Mervin Creek .ioad,•South by ,the-land of
John Holmes, and west by lands orQ;J: - Hem- .
Her:containing, 'together, twenty-four acres
end . frfty,nine perches of land; 'more 'or. less;
improved. ' • .•. •• : •
• A r.so,—ln Keating township and .State a fore
said, Oift.hotS numbers -0 add 7; containing, to
gethdr, 'thirteen acres of :lend, more or. less,'
pallially irnProved and for vulture.' •
Also,-- , 111 the township, aforesaid, a lot boon
-lied, north by the Mervin Ceer.; )0 01, • trust b y
.putdots 5, 6, anti. 7, ..39uth by outdots
• /.; '•N
Nos. 7,-9, and 10; end. west by lands of I. q. •
,Corwin, Whieh is the eastilino of the Binghetn •
lanasl Containing fifteen acres end one hundred, •
jinn forty-,sevOn perches of land, tnpriol •
.• • -
Sized taken execution and will lie scild•-•
as, the'p'roperfy of 'Browster 'Freernan at. the
suit of Jan'ies • Glair (or thel/88.0i George Toga
and now for the us'a of-I'..G.•Besh. •
All the right,, title, entrintesest. of
ant to•the following desczibe'cll•,fteul . .Estate,
sitnate , in Shippelt.'toWnship, MICOan
Pennsylvania,bounded' end. deseObed •
,vixt--Deginning at a 'Sugat traei ',the •
sOlith-west corner of Warrant' No. 751-thence . %
south forty . .nine.• degrees, • east one hundred'.
rods; thence. north two htindced'and , fiffY 7 fiVd . , •
rods to , a post; .thefieeeorth forty-hine tleirees,•
west one hundred rods;, to in.ezik; • thenceeouth..,
to the: sugar-t - ree . enkplae.e. Of beginning; • con.:. ,
.faining about one hundied—end fourteen' : acres ;
•it:being:part or Wortant . No; 75,.end.being the . •
west And'of etii'd Warrant; .%aboat thirty acres
improved, ti, o, old log harni • and a few fruit, •
Saized, taken in execution,` and,Kill tie.solth
as thprapa'rt . y of 'F. J. Cliathiick, at the suit
A plecoor:parcel.orlautt Situate, in Bradford
111.'Ketui county, Pennsylvania,' bounded and described ae.
folloWs, .counneueing at a post on the line of Mash ,
ingtOn etreot,at the, northeast .corner htiot'Ne. .22.1,.
thence south t3venty rodsto a post on. Brooklin - , street,,
thence west' eighteen 'rods to . post,' on' the Southeast
corner of lot thence. north', twenty rods to a-'
post on Washington street,, at the southeast ;corner, of
lot 221, thence e.st to the plaid •of !beginning:con
. ale ing,th ree hundntdand si Ittk square tpdaof land,. Lein g
loti No'; 2.22,. 223, '221, 2,31,' 233 . and 232,. all • improved.
one mow' frame house one well of water audit. few 'fain
Seized, taken in execution, and to,be aold, to She prop..
orty of Samuel Malik at the suit of NothanWfanDa. •
..The-following desCribed -Real Estate lying in the :town
ship of Sergeant, County of t4l , l(ean and State 'of Penn
sy ironic.; Wended and.,described no follows,- to,
ginning:lt a post the north:east _Ocoee of tract parcha-
.Se 1 from Jacob Ridgway; thence North :fifty' perches' to a.
pOut;- thence west one hundred and-sixty, ,perches to.
Post: thence south fifty perches to a poet, thence east
one hundred and sixty petches to. 1,14 place of beginning;
containingififty acres ., and clog part of lots' Nos. 55 and ,
50, In J,. Colegeo,ve's Survey. . ': • •
"ALSo,ono other tract, .Imgioning - at the' north-east
*(N-.,E.) corner thereof; being the south-test center of the"
above mentioned trief;: thence, Westeiglay, perches to a'
peat; thence south one hundred .ands. melte perehea,te
a post,, thence east eighty. perches to' a. post; 'thence
north one hundred and tWelve perohes to the place of be-,
ginning; contnining,fiftY;six acres; and belpg..the' north"- ,
east part - ef lot No: 59, in COlegrove's survey; ;about'
forty acres 'inert:lied.; With a • frame, house, frame barn .
and'shodnand !don't fifty fruit:trees. '
, Seized, taken in execution, - and will be told as the,
property of Christian Dettn,.at the.heit i of ConradDeho, -
now for the use-of Orrin.W. Gallup, • , . • •
"- All the right,. btle,interest and claim of defendant teP• •
to lice following dacribed, Real • .Estate; si...
nate in .t.k.igeont township . ; Millen county,•Pennsylvi
ol3, bounded andleseribiul as follows. to Wit:—Be ginning'
at - a post, the north-east corner of a' tract' purchased
froth ,Tacob.ltidgway; thence north fifty. perches to a nest;
thence east one hundred and sixty.perehes to a. pool;
thence sbuthlifty. perches 'to a post; thence west ono,
hundred and - sixty perches' to the- place o!' beginning;
.containing fifty ' , acres mere Or:leis, being parts of. lots:
numbered BS, and-50, in J.Tolegrove , s survey. . •
other lot (tract) beginning at the. north
east corner thereof, and being the south-east. corner of
Abe above mentioned tract; thence west eighty. perches
to a, post; thence south - One bandied and:twelve perches
'to a pout; thence east eighty perches to.a post, ~thence
north outs hundred andtwelve'perches to the. place of be I.
ginning; .containing fiftysix (sr) acres,
mpre or fleia, •
and being the north-east part of lot 59 of, J; Oolegrove's
gorVeyc about .thirty (30) acres improved, one' frame
house, one frame barn Mid sheds, and abeut thirty apple"
'trees. -A part or 'the whole of.eald, land in supposed to'
' bennderlaid with a. good workable vein sornitutuinoua.
- Solved. taken in execatleri, and , will be seld RR the
prOporly'et.'Jhristian Dam, at the 'stilt - of A. N. Taylor
now fer.tho.dso O.IV. Gallup • . •
. , . .
Ily• virtue, of Ono other Writ of Fieri Forfas issued oat
nt the Court of Common Pleas of,Miltean County,and
&nig of Pennsylvania, and to me directed, I shall expose.
to public sale or outcry at the Court House; in Smith,.
pore on Monday the 21th day, of .Soptember, at one 0 , -
clock in the afternoon, ,the following described Real.
Estate situatedip: the village of Striethport, • Countyof
M'lCean. and.Commoriwealth of Penneylvania,t.
Lots numbered foul and • (S). eight, being eachl,feur
perches in front from east towest. and (8) eight Perelteli
froth north to south. and the east half of lots number (3)
three iind:'(7)seren being each. two lamellae in front from
east lb west, ;tint /8) eight perches from north to' south,
and situated on eqiiare numbered, (b 7)
village of .Smothport; being 'the eastern •part of sold
.square and containing (86).ninety-Six square perches of
land, improied;. on which id one tWo. stimy'dwelling„ ono.
frame barn and out housei,,a number. of fruit .trees and
same shrubbery, &c. • • • •.. :
• Ateo—One Other tract - in thelilllago Sireethport,
County, of lir Kea.i; and Stritnof Pennsylvania,' being tho,
wient half of square nembered.(39), thirty-nine, end being
lots numbered (1)' one; ' •
0) five and (8) eix,• in,
said square, improved; on. "Whicll is olio' Irmo dwelling
house, one barn and out houses, a.quan,tityof fruit trees;
shrubbery'and,a good tank . water; excepting, but a,
~certlin lot or . piece of ground, heretoforetenveyed to,
.Setton and Starkweatheri.hyS:Sartwell and wife, boun
ded and described aa :followa. to' wit; 'beginning •at the
'southwest corder .of lot numbered (5) five. in Pahl
Filinaro t o. (39)thirtyiline;and running thence east thirty.
feet to a poet corner; thence north seven•rodato . • post.
coiner; thence nest thirty feet toat poet corner;" thence
cootie seven .rods to the place Of heginning, euppoped to
contain about (1.16) 'oneelateenth; of an acre of land,
A!.so—One other:lot of land adjoining the village of
Satelbport On the north side thereof, le the Ocnenty- . of.
Mtgean antl - Statoof Pennsylvania;' beginning at pod (2)
two perelips west of the.. northwest corner of half square
numbered (5) five; ;thence north flity.heven Perches to a
pust; thence. east ;nineteen• porches . to a poet. ' thence'
south filty,seVen,perches, to .a poet standing' one perch
east ,from the north-Cast corner of said square numbered.
'(5) live, thence west nineteen perches to - the place of be
ginning,ooctaining six acres and ono hundred and twenty,
three perches improved land.
A i.sp;-,One' ether kit or tract or land, north of the
I;LlZOlSmethporti . in the county of 'Kean, and State of
Pennsylvania, . beginning at a post, fifty-seven percher..
northumboneperch east of the uorth'i3ast corner of square'
nutrtheredl(7) seven, thence northone hundred and forty-'
two perches to a post, thence 'west forty perches to. a •
Post, thence south one, hundred and forty-two perchs to
pest, thence east forty perches .to a 'post, the place, of
,beginning.; containing ' (15)0 thirty-,illll quit ' Fun-half;
acres of land improved.; . • •;
A tao,—,Ono Other lot or piece of land, in the village of
Smetlrport„ al , Rean county; Pennaylvania; and bounded
eh follows:, Beginning at the north-west corner of the lot
on Which Solomon Sadiron now..iinadas, it being the
eastern par tor square nuMbeeed,(74) seventy-nine, theneit
east thirty. Sour feet,: thence south ninety feet, thence
west 'thirty-four rept, thence north ninety feet to the
Place of beginning, containing three thousand and sixty,
square feet of land, on- whichis erected adore house
thirty:two featly sixty feet, two and a half stories high,
and hasetnent. ' ,
• Ai.c6 2 —One other lot or piece of land, situate in the
•township of Keating, county of BliKean, end state of
Pennsylvania: turd bounded. as fcilloWs, - .to 'wit: Beginning
'at a post. corner being the north-east Corner *of sand
doodad to John Ifelmes and Nelson Richmond, and stand-.
trig ip the south line of land deeded to O. J ;Hamlin loth%
centre of the turnpiko thence by the centte of the turn
pike south twenty-two and a half *eat, fax perches and
two •tuntlis of a perchFthence south forty-nine welt, Hp'
teen percher' to a post corner, with line of lot conveyed
to Holmes k..•C0.; thence south •one hundred '.and four.
perches and four , tentlis of a' porch tee; poet corner, being.
the'southeast corner of land deededto Richard Chadwick;
thence by lino, of said lands conveyed , to Holmes & Co.,
sixty-six perches and seven-tenths of a "perch,' to a poet
corner;. thence north' one hundred and 'twenty perches
to a post corner on the lino of land deeded to Chard'a.
o mein; thence west fifty-throe pnrcbee and one tenth
a porch to. the piece of. beginning,cputalningCoyly. -ging .
acres arid thirty-six perches efland..strict ineasere, more
or less; and being part of warrant No. 20.53, about 8 enrol
improved andabout 40 acres chopped.l • , • •
, A Len,—ono other lot in the village of Bmethport,counly •
of 111? Kenn and state of peensylvania 2 and being known as
square, N bounded O. (3st r a t, a v
. f e o l l e fo h w t ,
the original A
lyingrnmrth ca demy
squareNO (17) seventeen; ' soutti Of half initiate No— [4)
four and west of square No: In) eighteen; containing
a quar e
aboa. one acre and•three-lifthe of an sere •of land .1m
Aj,s9,—onOther lot or piece of ground in the village
of Bmettiport,lll s Hcan county,'ned State ,of PennsyliVa-
Ma, and known and•described as half square numbered(4)
four; lying north of the original loadernyagnare. in the
vp)ege of tbiethpol l ; 'and containing about lonr;4l(this
'au acre ofleel
lo.no,—O'"• trapt or piece of land In Resting
•township, Kean county, -Penneylvehle,•: lying /tenth of
William Williams land; and known me the VokbUrgh and"
Wafters lot and containing thirtracres and eix- tenths of .
an acre, 'with about two agree improved: ".• All the. abi've
described lands lying in the county of 111 , 1Cean, , sued state
of. Pennsylvania '
.• • " '
'seized and taken he Execution and 'will he sold•as the
property, ofCliester K,BartWell; (V W. Bartwell and adios-;
well kiertwell, doing business under thelirM bra: K. &d
-well '& • lira., at the 'init. .of Wllllam Buckley and
ellailikeY : Vibluird, doing business under the Bon of Wit-;';
ham Mickley &• Co., use of .T. •Raekum. • ••
• JOSEPH MORSE,Shariff.:
..Slierifl's office, Stnetliport, Sept, 8, 1860;