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FRIDAY 'MORNING, AUGUST '27' ; '69
nopublfonn State . Tiolkei
Gen,: JOHN W. GEARY.
_.JUDGE OP SUPREME COURT,
Hong H. W. WILLIAMS.
AORRIIBI7--Cou. DAVID HIMMEL, Mechanicsburg.
Paoruoso•ranee-ADR.AM L. LINE Dickinson.
CLERK or Couars-ADAM KOONTZ. Nemien.
.11noisruit-SAMUEL .ELLIOTT, -Carlisle..
Tnessenen-eSAMUEL TATLOII, Sluthamplon.
CommissioNan-JOHN W. FOIJeT. Penn. •
'lnuscron or Poos-JOHNK. TAYLOR, Lower Allen,
Meeting of Standing Conru i tittea.
Arneeting of the Standing ecimtnit
tee will be held in RHEF,III'S HALL, on
TO-MORROW (Saturday) MOANING, at
EF'A full attendance, is earnestly
requested, as business of great impor
tance will be presented.
We Want Money
We respectfully ask such of our pat:
rons who are indebted to us for sub
scription, advertising or job-work, to
ponder well upon the following : Cash
payments are demanded of us for pa- .
per, ink, type, labor., living, and inter
oat on money, if compelled to borrow
we have money enough due us tOkeep s
us going on right comfortably, but it is
scattered among thousands of our cus
tomers for printing, advertising and
subscriptions, in small amounts.
The harvests are now abundant, and
have been garnered, the fruits of the
land aro plenty, all the earth's riches
have - been poured out most lavishly,
the - harts of the people have been made,
glad; . and, we hope, every one will now
he able to come to •the rescue of the
printer. Your public-spirited, live lo
cal newspaper is an iirportant institu
tionin it rich county like CuMberland.
As Court week will soon be here, those
,of our friends who are indebted to ,is,
and who 'may have business in town,
can call upon us anddiqUidate their in
debtedness.,- Others can by - mail
or otherwise the small amounts due us.
Are Ton Registered?
All citizens whip deiire to vote.at the
October election; should see to it that
their names are on the Registry. as
made by•the. As - sessors, under the nelv
Registry law. Naturalized citizens
must present their _ccrtificates to the
Assessor when -applying for registra
tion, unless they have been voters in
the district five consecutive years. It
is well to attend to this mritter 7 ,in time;
so that all who ere entitled to vote
shall be registered.
THP. Pottsville Standard wants the
commemorating of Union victories in
the late war stopped: A reference to
:Union victories is no doubt an •un :
pleasant reminder to both Copperheads
and Rebels. Yet the salvation of our
glorious country through those victo
ries is something for unceasing rejoic
ing,.and we do not think true Union.
men will restrain their patriotic emo
tions to gratify those who trailed the
old flag in the dust.
OWING to the very large amount of
army and-navy pensions to be paid it,
this month,--not less than 514,000,000
'or $15,000 090-4 is supposed at
Washington that the next statement of
the public, debt, on September Ist, will
Show a small increase. If it shall turn
out to.be - so, the Copperhead newspa
pers, for the gret time since the 4th of
March, will IMiieiii;inething to exult
otiitOr:; TO find' the debt increasing puts
, 'M as good spirits as a rebel vie
ior'Y did some of them during the war.
SOME week% ago the Democrats - of
this Commonwealth appeared to be
confident of an easy and conclusive
victory in October. Whether they ac
tually were so may well be doubted.
All the facts essential to sustain such
exhilerktion were entirely wanting.
Besides, it has bdeome the habit of the
Democrats to seem most sanguine when
their prospects are the'worst, as was
evidepeed last year down to mid-sum
-.ram • But whether the confidenee re
- candy manitestml was real or Simula
ted it has disappeared. The . whole
_DOmecrqi.c.host is.dolornus enough. It
doei not - retain sufficient ipirit to Make .
even an interesting contest.
THERE is a, vague foreshadowing of
ARM° change in the relations 'of Englalid
to the Canadian Dominion. Its nature
is not :defined. It seetns' to be pretty
certain that tbe imperial troops will be
withdrawn, and the Canadians left to
read their own riddle. Tbis with
,drawal of the military is not, we are in
formed,' 'relinquishment of the claims
of sovereignty`; so flint if the Cana
. be independent, as they--
`were once told 'they . might without op
position, the mother country has the
reserved right of Sending the troops
linteli to teach a - more acceptable sys
tem :of, political ethics: It.loolo ad
though there might be some warm de'
bates after the troops hive sailed,
The Democracy not Renee&
WILLIAM V.: CAVAN AVOil, -the
,11stelligeni: Democratic' candidate for .
'Prothonotary, sail] repeatedly last
' that 'there was not an itn'est Democrat
, iii n Ciamberland Connell I
n r.o, ""'llough our acquaintance with
' • fluarAuT
Our Convention of ? Monday last
placed in nomination one of the vary
best tickets which was ever presented
to the voters of Cumberland county.
ed by the DemOcracy it seems to us
that its great superiority ought to in
dike men of both' parties . to stuitainit.
Col. D. H.- Blissist, onr candidate
for AeeemblY, entered the eer►iee of
the United States during the rebellion'
as a private,`'sUid by his efficiency and
gallantry worked himself up to the pa'
sition of It. Col. of hie regime9t, the
9th Penneylyania Cavalry. The Col.
wee born and raised in Shippensburg;
and has been engaged business for
a number of years in Mechanicsburg,
where he has grown so popular, that
reaching home on Mondo evening
last, a procession of citizens, irrespec
tive, of party, with the Silver Cornet
Band at their head, marched ye .
residence apd' gave him a most en liu•
elastic welcome, in honor of 8!. , r in
The Colonel respon'i a
few very appropriate'remarks; dank
ing them for such an exhibition of their
confidence and esteem.
He is deservedly one of the moat
popular men in the county, while his
opponent, John B.Leidich, is as equal,
ly deservedly one of • the most nripop
ABRAHAM L.. LINE, of Dickinson
township, ADAM KOONTZ, of Newton,
and SAMUEL ELLTOTT, of this borough,
our candidates, respedtively, for, the
poritione of Prothonotary, Clerk. of the
coup, „and --Register, are 'all three
Young, earnest 'and. active Republi
cans, who will _go into' the campaign,
SA MURL TA YLOR, of Southampton,
our candidate for Treasurer, and JoiiN
W. FAUST, of Penn township, 'Our
candidate for Commissioner, are both
veterans - in the service, and are two of
the most solid and reliable men• to be
found in-_ the - county. - They sliould
receive not only the entire Republican
vote, but also a very large one from
JoIIN K. TAYLOR, of Lower Aden,
our 'candidate for Director of the Poor,
i 9 said to be a most excellent man, who
would prove a 'Capital officer. .
The nomination for the office of Au
ditor, having been declined by the .
gentleman to whom it was tendered,
a candidate Will be supplied "tiy the
Friends, as we have said above, this
is one of the very best tickets ever
presented to the voters of the county,.
and pee that you go to work. in earnest,
determined that it shall win. It is high
time that Cumberland county bhoula be
relieved from the, incubus of Demo
cratic rule, -and this we have a good
opportunity to.do this fall. A'portion ,
of our ticket is bound to he elected,
but let us not be content short of the
success of the-whole ticket.
Now Go to Work:
By reference . to the proceedings of
the Republican County Convention, to
be found in another column, it will be
seen that they have.placed in the field
a most unexceptionable tick'et—otie,
too, which is in every way worthy the
support of the great Republican party
of Cumberland county.
Now, then, let our Republican friends
go to work with a will and exert all their
powers to elect this ticket. Although
the Democracy are in a small majority
in-th 6 county, this fact, instead of die-
heartening. us, should •stfinulate us to
renened• exertion: That majority' is
yearly becoming smaller, and we have
great hopes of not only; extinguishing it
altogether, but of achieving a complete
victory. The. Democratic ticket is
both weak and unpopular, hundredsof
Democrats, disgusted with the manner
olits• nomination and with the ammo.
ter of the candidates composing it, will
oppose it to the bitter end.
Our State .eandiciates are ate() in the
field—placed there by the good judg
ment of our representatives in the State
Convention—and the. time rapidly ap
proaches when we must express our
Preferences at the ballot-box. There
-ore no new issues involved in this con
test, but it is merely a continuation of
the strife for the entire Success, of the
great principles of Republicanism, in
vindication of which the p arty in power
since' 1861, have fought battles in the
field and encountered great strife lathe
political arena. The work is not yet
complete--tbe Republican paity has
:not yet fulfilled its mission—there is ,
yet- much work: to" be .performed,.and
that work•must be finished by the men
who undertook it, else the unfinished •
structure will fall :before the hands - Of
the.ineu and party with which we have .
been Warring: Pennsylvania. goes
over , to the enemy. of Republicanism
noW,it were better that Gettysburg had
been lost and the Sulifogating armies of
treason bad swept tbrouglpthe rich val
leys' andfivor the mountains of wealth
of the - Keystone State; add saved us
these four years - of anxiety and' strife.
We call ,upon oar ,Republican citi
.Cumberland county to awake
from their lethargy and go •into the
Contest with a hearty good will. • 'Let
the campaign be makaggressivelet.
ns chirge all along' the - eneme s
,and demolish ,their ranks so conaidetely.
;before October,eleotion that they
will not dare . M.-rally;M:the , polls' on
ilmt..dfiy...'Victory. effete itself. :-to:
,have onlyto, reach fiailt
,hands' and take „it:
Curnberland County, much' depends
I ,upori your action • this,eatripaign—
you oan.do:mnoh tinrardo 'the:entices
of the State ticieWeven
Remembii' that leka
- •' voiea would Lave
. ' :Age—WiLmAms
Oriyantiii t Organize !
Now that or_tickets,leth_Statuanid.
County; ire in the field, it is necessary
that every Republiop should,. be up,
'and working unbeasingly to . promote
,sticiess. these ticketv,,are.de
Union man in the county, and we hope
they will receive ,it. But .14 must
work, with a' will to ensure success.
Republicans, 'the time for cirgatfiz.ed
action has now arrived. In a little
more thantiii weeks the election will
takeplace, and if we mean to win, we
nine, speedily set abOut taking steps Toi
a thorough organization of our party.
We have a clear and deoided majority
of the voters of the ,State, and. when
the full vote is polled we have . from
fifteen to twenty thousand / majority.
Whenever we -are beaten it is through
apathy' and indifference. This occur
red two years ago, end resulted in the
election of Judge fibarswoOd. That
defeat cost us very dearly, and showed
the importance of having good men ron
the Bench. We have both a Governor
and a Supreme Judge to elect: at the
coming election. We can elect them
I by a decisive majority, if We Will. But I
to do this every man must do his duty.
We must have a compact organization
, We should have an organization in
every election district. Every Repub
lican voter should not only be, regis-,
tered, but, he should also vote. But
some men need looking after ! They
will not go to the polls without urgifig
They are. apt to think that one vote is
of little consequence. This is a fatal
mistake.' there are 2300 election dis
tricts in the.. State. Two Or three
votes wanting in each would wipe out
our majority of last year. Every roan
must be at his pest. 'Let us proceed
at once to - work. Thereis no time to
be lost Let our watchwords, then, be,
" Geary, Williams, the County Ticket,
and Victory !" Organize at otice, and
work manfully, work thoroughly, from
now until the night of•the 2d Tuesday
of October,• and all will be -well
`-;PENSIONS WELL DESERvER--Thel
old 'soldiers of the war of 1812 'iwo
making increased efforts to obtain an
act of justice which they well deserve,.
—to be placed upon the United States
pension list. These now aged men
who neglected their business and left
their families at the call of their coun
try, and did all that was required of
them, receivingJherefor_ but-eight dol
lars per month while in service, now
demand that they, and the widows of
these soldiers, be pensioned the same
as soldiers .of the late war, all „of whom
received large sums in the way of boun
ty. &c, These old '"men can live but.
a-few years longer, and many of them
are now in necessitous circumstances,
and we.trust that our members of Con
gress Will . promptly grant this mode
rate :and humane demand..._...-
WHATRVER else may be said of Mr.
Pollard'e late book, it can never be de
nied that it was written by a perfect
gentleman. The - author's description
of Mrs. Jefferson Davis sufficiently at-
Meta his claim to be regarded as a che
valier without shame' and without re
proach. Mrs:Davis, aceording to Mr.
Pollard, -" is a brawny, able-bodied
woman, who -has much more of mascu
line mettle than of feminine grace
Her con•plezion is tawny, even to the
point of mulattoism ; a woman loud
and coarse in her manner's, aria full of
social self-assertion." The South for
half a century has been charging the
North with a lack of 'good-breeding ;.
and we venture fo say that in all the
North nobody could have been found`
to write and then print a description of
alady's person so uncomplimentary as
this. There are, it must be confessed,
certain graces,of character in which we
are still deficient.
WORD has been received fro -Mis
sissippi that the pro-rebel party will
put in nomination ex• Governor. Albert
G. Brown for Governor of that State.
He was United States,Senator from the
State at the.breaking out of .the war,
and resigned his seat in February,
180., for the parpcise of giving active
. • • -
support to the. rebellion. This career
will insure for"him the undivided 'sup
port of the Democracy. The value to
he attached to this nurriyultien is the
quietus of the entangling Conservative
movement, and' 'the simplifying of is
sues involved in the approaching cam
paign: It will set out the Republicans
in bold relief, and enable them to ed
ucate the people. • Theirprinciples have
nothing to fear if - the fight is a square
one. „ •
KErrnicxv 'offert, this country an
excellent and striking sample of a Do.
mocratic State. And what do we see
there 1- Why, loyalty is MtidO odioul
and loyal., men are punished,- while ,
treason is honored'atid robelcare ex•
sited to the high 'places in' the State.
At the late election there, a man who
had been for the Union had no chance
of. success, while the most virulent
rebels were borne 'enthusiastically 'to
*pi:min' on immense Democratic major-
Such notorious rebels as Basil
• Duke were the chosen fai . orites: This
Is what Democracy means.
.. , DO the ,
loyal men of Pennsylvania desire to see
such. a party ruling the old Keystone
State ? - ' • * •.*
• DEMOCRATIC PROPIIUSYINCI.-
were told in October lad by the same
oracles, that now.find it so difficult, in
speaking' of the Provident; to respect
the' ordinary proprieties of 'social 'life,
that theie'Would be a, deficieriby, in our
revenues for thOfiscal• yetir juet closed
of onelyindred and fifty-foutmllions
of dollari., That is lihatthey regard
-43d tOi thibest'imtiepeet thd'fiqure had:
tffoirer us,financially nine months ago,
Metead :of national debt being in
creased one Inindred'and fifty-four
INr,e; it hat; been reduced nearly fifty
add:hire' the 'rank of the few'
- niont,Grant's ad. ,
losi3 of the
!' ,4 t
Our ,State Finances for Forty
The Volunteer of-this-week has the
hardihood to copy,an article from the
Harrisburg 'Parini, which makes an
abortiVo: attempt to skew that theße
inblica6aaminietration of our — Stati3
finances hiss, not only been impotent
but actually fraudulent: ' rc answer to
this Copperhead slander,.the.fellowing
article; fro M-the Pittsburgh_ Commer
cial, is directly to the point : , -.: •
We have seen, in several of our ex
changes,- claims set up on.behalf of the
DeMoiratic party thet . its management
of Pennsylvania finances lied been
wirier and more statesmanlike then that
of. The Republican administrations. Let
.is briefly state'oitr 'observations in this
respeet. • Forty years since, to wit, in
1829, the State improvement system,
as it has been called, was well under
way. During the ensuing thirty years
the , Democratio party bad nearly un
controlled away 'M this State. Three
EiecutivOs, to wit, Ritner, Johnson
and Pollock, had been elected by the
opposition, but in - all the thirty years,„
not three can be selected when both
branches of the Legislature were con
trolled against Ate Democratic party.
The result of that policy was the fast
ening upon 'the Commonwealth"of a
State debt of fully forty millions of 401-
lars, and a State tax upon real estate
of 'three mills, which • yielded about
$1,800,000 annually. We will charge
the ifepublieanp with ten years' man
agement of our finances. Gov. Packer,
elected by the Democrats, was Govent
nor in 1859 and 1860 ; yet the Legis
lature, since 1859, may be said to have
been in Republican administrttion,
therefore, had to encounter a State
debt cif over 80,000,000:and fully ,
85,000,000 extraordinary expenses in
curred by the State in putting down
the Democrtitic rebellion of Jeff. Davis
& do. They have also had to encoun
ter an expense thnt will reach ten mil
lions, in educating the soldiers -9 and
sailors' orphan_childrert,the legitimate.
result of the rebellion by the States
By the close of Gov. Geary's admin
itration, the regular State debt will
. beeb reduced fully ten minions,
and' the war debt and soldiers' orphan
education expenses about eight mil
liotrpind there tvill remain in the State
Treasury, railroad bonds of the Penn
sylvania Company, or guaranteed by
r it, of twelvo-millions -more. -- Ler—ua•
State debt ; created by Demo--. -
War debt, : created by Demo A
•crats, _ - ' 5,000M0
Soldiers' orpbans'debt, creat
ed by lb•rnocrab , , ' 10,006;000
Paid off - by ten •
yii's of Repub.,
Railroad l nUs, 13,000,000-530,000,000
HThe Democratic party, by the aceof
'April 29, 1844, Imo (listened upon the
real estate of the tax payers State
tax from -which about 81.804,000 an
nually was realiied. This was repeal
ed by the Republican administration
of February 23, 1866. The thirty
years' policy of the Democratic party
way be summed no in fighting corpor
otions and taxing the masses of the
people. The Republicans have re
pealed the tax upon the masses of the
people, arid- put it upon the great cur
porationS -that have grown up. Rail
road, banks, and. manufacturing cor
porations now pay the taxes which
sustain the State Government. If Asa
Packer should be.elected, he, of course,
mill not like his coal and railroad cor
porations-to be taxed ae they:now are
under a Republican Legislature He
Will insist upon the repeal of all this,
and that the Democratic legislation of
1844 taxing real estate should -be re
Res.dved, That this committee has
entire confidence in the • gentlemen
composing the Democratic County
Ticket, and unanimously recommend
its support to the honest Democracy of
Cumberland county. --Regulation of
the Democratic Standing 'Committee.
There in not an honest Democrat iu
Cumberland county.--Wm. V. CA
Will some Democratic mathemati
cian put this and thnt together and
work out the problem, giving the, num
her of votes Cavanaugh will get ?
Ase PACKER has been a member of
the Legislature, an Associate Judge,
for four years, a member of Congress,
and a delegate to the Democratic Na
tional Convention in 1.8(30. Is there
a man in the State who can tell of any
thing he ev,er said or in any of these
capacities which is worth 'remember
ing, or which any ono does remember,
except-his-action in the above men
.tioned Convention, when he refused to
submit to the nomination of Douglas,
and joined the bolters 'and secessionists
who set np Breckenridge •to diVide the
party in the interests of slavery ? We
pause for a reply. -
- Tilt Dauphin County Republican
Conventior; met at Ray . riburg on Tues,
day woek, and nominated the follow
ing ticket : For State Senator—David
Mumma; C. Smith,
Col. John E. Parson; ; Oinnty Trem,
sUrer—R. G. Peters ; Recorder and
'Olerk of Orphans' CourtiVrii. Kuhn;
Cciunty Com:Ms . :dm:ler—John J. Shoe
maker ; Director of the Poor—Christ
ian Bowman;' Auditor—J. Fackler.
IZPEtneraon Etheridge has declar
ed, in a speech at Milan, Tennessee,
that tholitSwho have obtained the upper
;band in that-State - must repudiate the
twon!,:y. millions of war debt incurred'
by Andrew Johnson, Parson *own
low, and others , in Iteeping the ,State in
the Union. And now we are assured
by. a Savannah paper that dui Georgia
Democracy ptopose to repudiate all the
State ' debts .:ind okilikatione :incurred
by GO*enior , Bullock.. $o it ie 'that
the, neede sown in the Tama:tatty Opn•
vention, last year are springing up all
over the' country; and Democracy .has
becomo:a nynopm for . repudiatip•
iieairon's lor'Sapioiting Geary.
— Thalollowin - ateelleitir6i - u - ions y
Gov. GEARY' should be re-elected, we
find going the rounds, credited to• " a
cotemporary :" I ,„
• Because he Vas been a faithful, ef
Because he is the nominee and rep
resentative of a party'tbat stood by the
country in the hour of danger, and that
stands-by-the principles of-.justice and
freedom, upon which our.government
is based. -
.lecause ho has been tried and not
found wanting, neither in'his devotion
to •the principles of true Republicanism,
nor in his integrity in adhering to the
strict line of principle in all his official
- Because he ie-a man whose private
character is :unblemished, and whose
habits are such as meet the approval
of all good eitizensr _ ,
Because, Pennsylvania owes it to her
bema• and fair name' toot ,to perreit'a
-brave and gallant soldier Who drew his
sword for her safety', in the hOur of her
deadly pearl, and • who has served her
.faithfully in time of peace, to be de
feated by one who sympathized with
her enemies ivhen the dark cloud of
battle lowered; and the fierce conflict
for national existence surged around
Because a just' regard for the memo
ry of the martyred dead, who, fell in
heroic struggle for national existence,
forbids the State to place in high offi
cial 'position those who sympathized
with her 'enemies.
Because• the.triumpli of the Demo
cratic candidate in this State would be
the triumph of the principles of Free
Trade, and a deadly blow at the policy
of Protection to American Industry—
a policy to which the hardy sons of the
Old Keys'tone have always been de
Becalm.: the triumphant re-election
of Governor Geary would rejoice the
hearts, of the true friends of the nation
everywhere, while—his defeat would
bring joy into the camp of its enemies.
'Resides the above there are these
additional reasons why workingmen
should vote for him :
• Because he stands upon the record
as a true friend to Labor rind the la
boring inan, as shown by his support
and approval of the. Eight -Dour Law
in this Commonwealth, and by refus
ing to order out. the military to guard,
as criminals, th.• miners and laborers
of the cOal - Tegions during 'suspensions,
when requested to do no by certain
Because he is the nominee; and a
clonsistent meMber, of the party which
has done all ,that ever has been done
_this country to ameliorate the con
slavery, passing; Eight Hour laws, and
Because his opponent. Asa • Packer,
is closely and largely identified with
interests antagonistic to the cause
which Labor is now fighting for, and
if elected would certainly do all in his
'power to email it.
Tit irelfiin , .Flare really oonti ng :East
but not East of the great river just yet.
Five hundred of them are destined for
Missouri4O-bF-distributed-there.. W h en
set to work at this point, they will be
out of tke reach of negro eompetitiOn
in a great measure. They have shown
their abilitylo hold Abair own against.
the Irish in California and Neveda
Their ability to' meet. the central de
mand for labor is likely to be well
tested at this point, so art we can
then judge more correctly of their pro
bable usefulness in other sections and
of the manner in which they would be
received. ' We hear nomore just now
of the '3lemphis moVement connected
with the German-Chinese Mandarin,
Koopinanschip. It-is possible he has
been scuttled and his Sue immigration
scheme with him. •
Miscellaneous Items. ,
:, The Pope is badly otr for money.
A waiter ''M "Saratoga was , formerly a
Jeff. Davis' two nieces are said to be
reigning belles in Paris.
A North Car:linian, died from having
tis teeth plugged with poisonous . foil.
The British Parliment have decided not.
to abolish t.t.m gal lows, bye vote of .118 to
They have a club) of female billiard_
playels named the•" Whito o Stoekings."
Miles 011.•:illy'S poems have sold so well
that his widow gets a comfortable fortune
froth the sales.
Thd capital of tho tgoston•banks is up
wards of 546,000,000, atifituount never be=
John Gull, is the oldest prisoner ha the
Ohio penitentiary. He has been there 33
Chang, and Ehg, the Siamese twine,
have seventeen children, nine on one side
and eight on the other. "
A pretty German girl living in East
Bainbridge eloped Avith a barber and wont
to Now York.
There aro nothing like advertising. A
man lost $47 ; advertised it in the. paper,
and found It in his boot.
Ten men' assembled recently in. a hotel,
in California, who count up among them
seventy-throo million dollars.
'.,(111, Indiana woman advertises for her
truant husband, stating that , he may. be
identified by a scratch along hie nose.
Why is 'a ono dollar, greenback bitter,
thun a alives. dollay ? When you fold it
you double; it, and when you open it yQu
find it in creases.
A 'couple of boys in a•,.Chicagojail man
aged to got through a small aneratundand
OECIti)O by sty:oaring themselves all over
with soft soap. • • .
There is a lady liviug• itiWise - Olisin who
. was twicdmarriedhtifore she . Was 21 years
of ago; a mother, before she' was seventeen,
and.a grandmother before she was 35.
„; A foking teamsterin NeW York put a•
sun-bonnet on his'horsoN hqad,•to protect
the animal from.the sun 'and conciliate.
AtTrankford-on-the Main a journey
man tailor latley , merried who had been
'betrothed' for thirty-six•years. The bride
groom was sixty-eight and the brip six
ty-four years old. • ' •
• - A grand banquet to the friends of wo
man sneeze was recently given in 'Paris,
ut which gathered - many distinguished
imbn women - -1../ne• lady delegate was all
91e way fec3it inland. ' • .
The Boston Travelldr sa,Vs E i Thera k
a gentleman in Bangor who is so übient
minded.that,.meeting his non on 'the street
a day or two since he extended his hand,
add' inquired :," flow do 'you do ? when
is your father coming, home I" This re-•
minds ns of an absent-minded: man of
Worcester, who, on receiving * lettetfroin
his eon, glanced at 'the signature •and pro
ceeded to consult the directory to' .learn
the personality 'of his correspondent." •
quaelc 'doctor, who. recently .occupied
the district attorney's hotel room at. Now
Bedford .during'•histemporary" .hhcohco,
uted all 'the attorney 'a ' blank; indim
'Monis under the' liquor:pittance temper,
tip bottles Of physic, leaving only a coh.
pie of blinks forlarceny. :The' lawyer was
naturally • indignant at able PF.9.Otieding,
and, with the occurrence 01. the g rind ju
ry proposed 'to dovoto oho a the".4inkalii
ing blehicif to cpptoli'd aiitvlco. '!
-- COUNTY CONVENTION!'
'PERY+'ECT HA.2II(XN Y PREVAILS
41n Uilexception able 1 1‘ioket Nomi-
This Campaign Fairly Opened.
On Monday morning last at 11.o'olock,
the Cumberland County Republi
can-- Convention assembled in liiieeFea
Hall: A. RREEM, Chafroian of •
County Coinni . itte, on calling the Qonv
Tien to order, made a short address, im
pressing upon thci delegates the import
ance of a thorough, organization of the par
ty; by the selection of earnest, active local
Committeemen, in the" wards ,and town
ships.'Persistent, shteruatiC work will ws
qomplish ovbrytitiag, while an indolent,•
dawdling campaign will inevitably result
t i On motion, Mr. CLARENCE. D.
ITELLOW, was chosen temporary &Crete ,
ry. The following delegates then. presen
ted their credentials and wore admitted to
seats in the .Convention
Carlisle, East Ward—Cap't J. T Zug
Wm. M. Chenowetb.,
Carlisle, West Ward—Sath'l Wetzel.Ji.
nson—JoEn' Garman; D. Martz.
East Pennsborough--Cap't. J. G. Vale
H. D. Musser. ,
Frankford—David Bloier, David Mc-
Hopewell—John G. Hetrick. Kozel
Hampden—SamlSbopp. Jacob A. &w
Lower Allen—Moses Ellicker.
lide4aniesimrg, North Ward—C. D.
RedaVow. U. Bumbaugh.
MeehMiesburg, South Ward --- , Cap't.
John. A. Swartz., Wm. A. Morrett.
MiddleSex—Tho's, U. Chambers. John
.Monroe—Jesso Brindle, S. P. Goodyear.
• Niirth IdiddlutUn—Daniel Oder, Peter
Newton—John R. Sharpe, David Bow
Newburg—W. W. Frazer, G. W. Ssiri
New Cumberland—John D. Kirk, S. W.
liewville—F. K. Plover, Sarn'l,Ef Ken
Pen n-11. W. llnbly, James Dunlap.
Silver Spring—a 0. Sample, Alf. J.
S'outh Middl-t.n—Geo. D. Craighead,
Southampton—Wm. H. Allen, Wm
Shippensburg Boroug h—Cliipt.. E. R
Davis, Daniel Shull.
Shipper.sburg: Towndlip-Stepben Hen
dcirson, Chri,t Nu Long.
Nin,ci. Pen nsborough—J. J. Rea; John'
S. - , Dan itisnn.
The Convention was then permanently
organized by - the unanimoug geetionrof
DANIEL. Sri EL: Y:oLLOWC.r Allen.. •
CLArturrer D. ROCKARELLoW, of Me
Jour: S. DAYIDSO.N; West Pennsbor-
Op motion it was then resolved to pro
ceed to the nomination of a County Vielt
etwherir the — Olrrwinggpntlemen - Were
put in,liounnation for
let Ballot '2d Ballot
J d Ilornberger,_or Shippoupburg: 1G 19
Dr EIS Braude, of)llachani abarg. 9 6
(100. D. Craighead of S. ?diddled... . 9 7
Col.]) 11. Kirnmell of ii ocharilcsburg. 15' 27
Whereupon Col. D. 'II. KIMMEL, of Me
chanicsburg, having received a majority
of the votes cast was declared thenominee
of the Convention and on motion his nom
ination ivss made unanimous. _
AnitAlt L. LINE, of Dickinson.
was nomioated by acclamation.
FOR CLERK or THE CO U RTO. ~
ADAM KOONTZ, of Newton, was nowl
nated'hy accinmation ; and, for Roister
SAMUEL ELMOTT, of Carlisle, received the
unanimous nomination of the Convention.
The names of Samuel Taylor, of Silutti- .
ampton. Daniel Oiler, of North Middle
ton, and John W. Pima. of Penn Town
ship were placed in nomination for Treas
urer. A ballot was then taken with the
following result ; Taylor, 26; ,- Oiler, 11 ;
Faust2ll ; and thereupon Mr TAYLOR wee
declared the nominee of the Convention.
For the position of Commissioner the
names of Nter Shugart, David Ralston,
George Miller and John W. Faust were,
parin nomination. A ballot being taken
the President announced the following re
sult ; Peter Shugert, II; David Ralston; 2;
Geci. Miller, 14; Jno. W. Fahst, 30.. Mr.
,FOUST was accordingly declared the nomi
nee of the Convention.
Samuel Alext4ider, of Frankford, John
K. Taylor, of Lower Allen, and Peter
Stiugart.of North Middleton • ware placed
in nomination for Director of the Poor
Sir. Alexander receiving nine votes, Mr..
Taylor 26, and Mr. Shugart _ 13. Mr.
TAYLO,R receiving the nomination.
JACOB Ruum of Carlisle was nominated
for AUditor by' acclamation.
Mr. .Rheem not being , preeentat the
timo of his nornination',.and on being noti
fied thereof, positively'declining it, that
place upon the ticket is 'therefore left re=
dant until , the Meeting of the Standing
Committee, on Saturday next,' when a
neiv nomination will be made.
The Committee on rceolutiOns consisting
of CaidainJ - . - T.. ttig; G.B: Colo" and .Tolui
0. 'Kirk, then made the following report,
which was unanimously. adopted:;- - -
REPORT OF COMMITTEE ON R;i1OVOTION8
WE, the Representatives of tho Repub.
lican Party of Cumberland County, in
Convention stumbled, , fooling net the
boat intonate of our Stato and Nation aro
indissolubly connected with tho aucdoee of
our Party, do boruby .
1. Resohied—That (den.. U. G.' Gttktrr.
and his able and patriotic .oabinet, by
their wise economy in the administration
of the affairs of the Government,,by•their
vigorous but impartial enforcement of
pk . e Jams, arid by their single -hearted de
;wain) to all the besteintoreste ofour Na.
don merit the unqualified endorsement of '
all good bitiz,ns throughout the length
and breadth of the land.
' Resolved—T.4la the eminent abilities,
strict integrity and. far-seeing . Statesman
ship of JOHN W. OZART, as proven by'his r
successful Administration of our:State,
affairs,.for the past three years have exek- •
ted our warmest admiration :' and that we;
therefore heartily apprOve of and ratify, his ,
nomination for re-election as Governor of
Pennsylvania, and pledge ourselves to •tise,
all honorable means twseciure his triutis.:
Bd. •Resobed—Thatin the - nomination"
of Judge i Genry w.
ed to the voters of this ' 'COmmonviettlth'
un accomplished Jurist, who' 'will' adorn'
Our • highest- Judicial Tribunal , and will:
give, additional security: to :the .• rights of
persons and,property. , , • .
• 4: Reiolved•—That,the rapid decrease or
the indebtedness of limb our State and
Von, ender Ilepublicari'Administratlon;
the best oviden'co•that • the party 'has per
formed its..trust, with wisdotri,; economy
and integrity, and.,thgt thu•best interosti
of the' Country,:clemand nor:tit:Mance in
power. .' " • ' • "•• ' , l
sth .Resolved—That we, beartqrailfy
the•tonminations made in Convention ~this
day, and todc,all eltizemi without
gard to party to' theta a most 'cordial
Catld Varla i support, bollovkng that thikro'•
by . the .tru'elnteresla of
our coun y wt pie best promo
• A motion was then made by' Captain
Swartz of Ilechanicahurg, to the effect
thsit the piesent Convention elect the dele
gates to otir. nest annual State Conven
tion; which resbluticr was' promptly vo.
teddSwn. • -
-The following gentimen were then
named as the County ommittee for the
ensuing year: . .
Carlisle—R. W. Jos. W. Ogilby, Robt
James A. Dunbar,
lames BC Allan
Dickinson—Abram Marts, White Home ;
W. Sterrett, Carlisle
East Ponneboro—J. W. Crißswell,
darhp Hill ;• L'oyd" Hatfield, *oat 'Fair•
Frankfard—Bonj. Biwa, Samuel Al-
exande - rIB
Hopewell—J, W. Stouffer, Martin Kun
H-mpden—J. Zearing jr., T. A. Baia,
wer- Allen—Geo.- - Deittick• and
Henry Noidig, Shiremanstown. .
-Mechanicsburg, N. W— Jos. Ritzier, jr.,
M. Pren Ch.
- Mechanicsburg, S. W—Jno. A. Swartz,
Geo. W. Hauck.
Middlesex—Geo. O'Hara, Abram. Wit
mer, Cal lisle.
Mifiltn--Jno. Burkhart, Maj. Henry
North Middleton—Phillip Baker; Sam'l
M.cßeth, Carlisle. .
Newton—Elder Piper,. Oakville; Wm.
Koontz, Nowville •
Newbilrg—H. W, Ramsey, Cyrus tfaz
New Cumberland—R. M. Kline, J. F
NeWville - -Stacy U. -U. .Glausor, lber
Penn—Sam'!. EgO, =Abram Knul,l,
Si'vol. Spring—J., C. Sample, A. J.
Soilth Middleton—T. - B. Kauffimin,
Boiling pOin g s ; Daniel
Southampton—W. H. Allen, Eugene
Hoch, Lees' X Roads. -
Shippensburg Bore.'`—'l. 'V. Gish ; '4l
Shippensburg Tovruship.-3, C. Hen
derson; J. Watson Craig. ‘"
Upper Allen—D • Mohlor, Daniel
Wes t -P-on nsboro'—W. , A. Lindsey, Car
lisle; J. D. Rea, Nowville.
Monroe—D. L. Devinoy, Jesse Brindle,
Allen P. 0.
A resolution , offered by Captain E•
R. Davis, that the County Committee
meet on Saturday next in Carlisle, for the
purpose of organization and opening of
the Campaign as early as possible, was
On motion the Convention asl journed
sine d ie
Iter - OA VANAUGH says there in not
tin honest DemoCrat in Cumberland
County. This statement was made,
however. before the Crawford County
system had been tried and found to
work so charmingly. - We-b - ave - n - o
doubt that Cavanaugh's present esti
mate would at least except the Demo.
cratic candidates for Prothonotary and
Member of the Legislature from the
gown and qouniLffatter.
FOR THE CAMPAIGN
Circulate the Documents !
The important campaign in which the
Republican Tait , is now engaged, de
mands that the p\inciples at issue should
be thoroughly understood' by the people
No' bettor expontmt of these principles can
be found thalvth,e CARLISLE HERALD.
We therefore: Pro Pose to furnish it from
this time until the first of Norimber next
at the following rates
Clubs of ten, -
Clubs of twenty,
In addition to the discussion of the poli
tical questions of the duy, the HERALD"
contains all •the current news, market re-
ports, and an excellent literary depart
ment, thus making it a welcome visitor to
the family circle, as well as a sound poli
tical guide. • tf:
WARM.—During the latter part of
lost week the weather was exceedingly
warm. Last Friday was thought hero to
hare been the hottest day in the season,
the therometer reaching 98 in the shade.
In-Philadelphia, Saturday was the hottest
duy; - tpo therOmeter standing at 104 in the
shade. Verily it was the" heated term."
The weather is now cool and plemint.
rEf'The beautiful •new fractional
curreticiia doming into Use. The paper,
and engraving stre batter than any before
issued. On the ten cent note is the bust
of the Goddess of Liberty . ; on the fifteen
Cent note is a picture of the Bronze Statue,
Atherton, on the dome of tho UnPitol. 'The
hood of Yirastitngter(tvill ornament the 26
cent note, and that of Lincoln the 60 cent
' DuLL'Ttrass.—Some of our trades
men complain seriously of the slackness
of trade. Many of thorn sit at the doors
of their etaree,"waiting for customers; - who
do not coma. Many of them who ,corn-.
plain -cannot .eipeot good times, for ; they
take no trottblo to let peopre know where
they may be found. It is those tradamen
who 'freely nee printer's ink that aro the
most successful. So hang your banhers on.
the outer walls, adiertisa freely, and then
of . ,eastomm!s at may be said, The c ,.. ry ie
still they come I" -
ConituoTtoN.-4 - n our notice of the!
" Borough Improvements," in last wade*
'4itn.s.t.D, we erred in stating that the now
.church building in . West Loather street
belonged to the denomination of Christians
known as the "Church of God."' It is
' the'prope'rty of the "Byangelient Associa,*
known; as " Albright getho:
diste:": Thd corner-stone
,wad laid about
two months Ago,•bitt the building. will not
be ! , dediegted • Wait
,the Holidays. The'
obtliired.o( ppa'!' people wershipOn West
street, between remiret and. South.
CHWIOII BOmpiNci. 7 —To b"e=,
Hove that the members. of the Second
byterian church Oailisie bavcdecided
to,tear down. their 'old church' edifice, and,
replace it by a ttyr, and beautiful structure:.
This oburch, situato at tee corner of Poin-;,
fret and Hanover streets, is old, inconve
nient;, and entirely too stoop to a'ocon?rpo
date that forge and:growing congroeation:
It is contemplated, Ave believe, to level the
Wrenn& upon' tis' obuich hi 'built
even with the street, and thus avoid not
only an inconvenient but a positlyely den.
giVotis Obstitieticip; , We have
that ~whonJ one 'Proebyib'rlan iriends do•
build, they will oreet a church Offico that
.wilkbe both , an,olnament ,to the borough
dud a credit to their Oirn' tasto-andiiiiit=
attention of our readers to the advertisn
ment in another coltitnn, of the Aida of the
Good will Company's.property;Off tomor
row (Baturday)at.lo o'clock, A. 34. The
House and lot; thO Hand Fife Engine and
a lot_of Hose, in, good cohdttion will posi
tively bi sold on this occasion.
THE, LIVER.—Its office is to sepa
tho impurities - from the life - 'current - ,'
and to secrete bile. How apparent the
necessity for health's sake is the proper
performance of its functioni; If diseased
it cannot purify the blood, which, if sent
to the lungs, brain and•every part of the'
system;lin a morbid condition„ will pro
duce jaundk*,.insanity, densumption,
and by withholding. theitimulus froth the
intestines produces dysPoPstri, piles, and
many other disorders. Delicate females,
and'weale children are made strong by the
' use of the Constitution Bitters.. In fact,
the,,- are a family medicine ; they can be
gireii to a'child three menthe old, the in
disposed female, or a person Of three score
HEALTHY SEASON.—The summer
season thus far has been untnmatly healthy.
Physicians have not been overrun with
business. There has''been a small amount
of cholera morbus and other diseases inci
dent to the season, but they have not been
so prevalent, or attended with the same
fatality as is often the case. It is said, we
49 not know with how much truth, that a
season of abundant fruit ie'rilwaya.healthy.
SUNDAYEVENINGS ° PROGRAMME."
The prOgramme of music. under the direc
Lion of Prof. P. HELD, for lletrea
and Dress Parade on Sunday evening next
will be as follows:
1. Scenes tnat are Brightest.
2. Overture, from Stradella.
3. March du Seem, from The Propbe
4. Hattie Polka.
Theitnen who advertise are the men
who have good bargains to otter you. They
are liberal in their . 'bargains and hence
can afford to say so. Scan our . 'columns
closely if yoii want to buy to an advan
SU - 131:1EN DEATH OF IVM. GOULD,
Esp.—Our community was Startled On
Friday evening last to Ewer of the sudden
deinise of WILLIA4 GOULD, Esq., for
j 'many years the respected Court Crier of
this county.. On the afternoon of Friday
ho was in the Court room attending to his
'duties, sad was apparently in. his Usual
health. At . about 3 o'clock, immedia
tely after the sentence of Dr. SCHOEPIE,
he was seen.to leave his. seat, and proceed
to one of the windows, as if to breathe the
fresh air. Returning frrm the window,
he was met by his son, to whom he made
some remark, and then fell forward ana
almost 'immediately expired. His death
was no doubt caused by an affection of the
heart, to which he had long been subject.
Mr. GOULDAVIAS one of our moat Worthy
and upright eitizens,'and was universally
esteemed. ' Re leaves a large circle of rel-:
atives and friends, who sincerely mourn
his sudden demisi.• Ho had attained a
good old age, being in his'74th year. On
Sunday evening huVremains ihre consign•
ed. to the twill), followed by n large con
course of his fellow-citizens, who knew'
hint living and who mourned him dead.
- DEATH OF 'PROF. CLI.V.ELAND.—
Prof. Charles Dexter Cleveland died sod
•enly in —W-ednesday-tho
18th inst. In 1830 he was elected Profes•
sor of Latin and Greek in - Dickinson Col
lege, Carlisle, Pa., and in 1882 Professor
Of the Latin language and Literature in .
the University of the City of Now York.
During the Administration of President
Lincoln he acted as Consul at Cardiff, in
Wales. The deceased was well known in
the literary world as the author of many
classical works and text-books of great
valuO. Prof. C. was a brother-in-law of
Bishop McCoskey, of Michigan.
THE WEEKLY MATL.,4 , 111/3 18 the
tie of a largo and handOorno.papeli, pub.
lished in Philadelphia every Wednesday
It is devoted to Literature, beionco, Poll
tics, General News, Protection to Ameri•
can Industry, and favors the Labor Move
.It is furnished at $2 60 a year for
one copy ; Five copies for $ll 25 ; 'Naive
copies for . $24 00; and Thirty copies fac
$35 00. It is a capital paper, and well
worthy Of patronage, parOularly of the
workingmen of the couliti.y. C. Leslie
Reilly. Editor : Wiliam Y. Leader, Man
aging Editor. l2l South Seventh street,
- 60 cis.
- 6 00
RAILROAD EXTENSION.—The pro
jected extension of the CuinbMdand Val
ley Railroad from Hagerstown to Wil
liamsport, is exciting considerable atten
tion beyond, the Pot.,mac, and efforts are
making in Charlestown, Sheyhdrdstown
and other places, to secure its_extension
through the valley of Virginia. Meet
ings have been hold and committees been
appointed to confer with the railroad offf
chile, and lay before 'them such facts and
circumstances, as' they may, bb able to pro
duce, with a view to inducing them to ex
tendthe route beyond the Potomac through
Jefferson county. The natural avenue
for trrivel and traiispbrtation between the
`North and South is through the Cumber
land Valley and Shenandoah Valley, and
the tithe when a continuous lino of rail
road will be laid throughout the whole
length is not far distant. Wo knoiv npth
log as to the Intention of the 'Cumberland
Valley Railrotid,Lut feel sure that it is
not, conteraplatnff to atop when it reaches .
Williamsport. Let the citizens oeffiiirer;'
sonnounty,-West.-VirginiaFiush the mat.:
ter, and wo feel sure that it will, not be a
long tine before they cati make them
aelvei independent of the monopoly of ,the,
Baltimore . 4!k Ohio. road.--Chlmberiburg
GAME 'LAWI3,—The folloning,
laws in force in POrinsyiyania': • ,
• Doer can only bo killed • or taken from
tho letof Soptomber to tin; Slat of Deem.
bar.. , • - •
Grouse Or pheasants can only be shot
from the Ist of August to CLIO 20th of
Partridges can only from the
lst:of'Octobor to the 20th of Oecomber. •
Wild turkeys can be hunted froze the
lot or October to the ht. of January.
Ipguirrols and rabits may bo idiot tram
the 14 of August to tho lat of Janutiry.
W . Ooodcelc from the 40 of July to . tbe
15tli of November. - ' '
, Insectivorous birds, : which includes the
robins, aro prohibited .to be shot it any:
Limo, and it is illegal to rob itio nests of ,
say birds of all-kinds. • , • ".
Troui can be ft ed for, with•hook and
line only during,ibe mcintlis of April May
June and July . •
Sunday shooting or hi6ting Is prohibi
ted'by law under a heaiy. penalty: ..
-Traps, &0., aro entirely
remotion of fish or other gnmo out .of
,oaeson,,is eutnefent to cohyiet the party
**en if they 'were pure - haled: . ,
''-.T4opanaltleCvari from slslto $5O. •
Ono bait toe flno. gone toitho Informor
and. anylono--conritoOd -- .ol,pd`reflusing to
psi Ow too goes. to jail t tep,4OYI P . ~t
:.PROP .---,e A
terni;ofieoOurte Oyei.,and terniMer.,
Quarter,Sessions and General:Jail delivery ---
convened on Monday morning. last. The
list is a long one and probably con:
sumo the entire week.
We are indebted to Fotryza, ,
Esq., for the following . keport of the eases
di r s e p s o s. sed of,,up to the , time of 'going to
defendant wild charged with the burning.
of, the Carl.islo Springs betel last. winteri
"After' the examination of the witnesses on,
,the domMenweaith, . District
Attorney Maglaughlin stated to , the court
and Jury that the facts elicited satisfied
him that a. conviction - should not
be asked for ;and, , the Court epin ,
ciding intha , t. • ?pinion ' directed ttni'
jury to return triVe'rdict of ~n stgiiilty,"
- which was done. This proe`rauclon turns
out to have..been'entirely unwarranted and
reflects no little discredit upon the ineur.:
once agents, who we are Satisfied instigated
it. .Maglaughlinifor (loin. r4ophern,jr4
tind - W. F. 'Sadler, fo.
Com. vs Wm. Drawrl3 . ,
sault with intent to comniit .
tory. Defend..nt plead - guilty on 2d and
3d counts. • Nolle -Prosequi on Ist - count.
Mentoncod 3 months in County jail, and
to pay a tine of $1 and costs. Magluagli
lin for Com. Hepburn for Deft.' ~
Corn. vs Wm, Brown, Laroony. Plead
guilty. Sentenced to jail for 10 days, to
pay 6 eta fins and costs. Maglaughpu for
Com. John CUrnrnan for Deft.
Com. vs Wrr. Fry. Larceny, Verdict
guilty. Sentence 3 months to county jail,
fine of $1 and costs. Maglaughlin for
Corn. Hendereen for Deft.
Com. vs Wilhelm Schinnell, 'Assault
with•i_ntent to kill. Assault and Battery.
P.ead guilty on second count.Nolleirio
equi un Ist count. Sentence 1 bear to
jail, 6 cts tine and costs.
Com. vs Augustusßites. Larceny and re
ceivingistolef goodi. A gainst this deten
dant there were four separate indictments •
all charging the smile crime, and to each
heldLad_ guilty as to the count,and
Node Proiequi was entered as to second;
On the first case the sentence of the Court
was imprisonment is county jail for 3
months, restoration of the stolen property
and fine of 6 eta and costs. On the other
cases sot4enco was suspended. *a
giaugh ... for,Com. Todd and. Cornman
Coin. •vs James Lytle. Larceny by
baileh. Plead guilty. Sentence 1 'Year in
Eastern Penitentiary 6 ets.ilne and costs'
hinglaughiin for Corn. Smith for Deft.
Com. vs Elizabeth LeiblociF. Lareeny.
Pleads guilty, Sentence 2 months to jail
and costs. Maglaughlin for Coin. Hep
burn for Deft.
Corn. vs John Ilostin. Assault within
tent to kill. Verdict not guilty. Ma
glttughlin for Com.. Corntnan for Deft.
obstructing a highway. Recognizance
forfeited, resmted and
"litaglaughlin for Corn. Todd for Deft.
Corn. vs - Robert Thompson. Assault
and Battery. Verdict not guilty. County
imemporate persons: Settlea.
Com. vs Joseph Gardiner. assault and
battery on oath of 'bis wife. Verdict guil
ty,. Sentenced 1 month to Jail; Corn
man for Deft. •
Com vs Henry Patton. Larceny on
oath - of - Afirry - Da true bill, Aug.
Corn vs Wm. Thompson: Embezzle
mon t and Inicony of gptv and'. 4. pigs on
oath of Ale's. W. Crain ; not a true bill:
Aug. 25 1869.
Com vs John Rupp. Fornication and
bastardy oil oath ➢Lary, E. Pretz; True
bill Aug. 25 18p9.
Com vs Julia Bream, Sarah Fonnicle.
Keeping 'Bawdy House ; True bill Aug 24
Com vs Augustus Jhremiah. Assault
and battery on oath of Frank Schrader•
True bill Aug 25 1869.
Corn vs Isaac Hykes. Assault and
battery with intent to kill Alex. R. Ma-
Wen Not a true bill Aug. 24 11365. -
Corn vs Henry Fuwler, Wm, Wilson,
Michael Keenan. Riot and unlawful as
sembly; True bill Aug. 25 1869.
. Corn .vs Charles Butler, David Duo.
Robbery,• Larceny.; Michael Dowling.
Note true bill, Aug 26 1869:
Corn vs John G. Fisher. Larceny, 2 1
gallons whiskey, valued at $4. Miles
'Crowley prosecutor ; Ignbrad.
Corn vs Wm. Bush. assault and bat s
tery on onth John Harper, 25 Aug. 1869.
Not a true bill And prosecutor to - pay' the
Com ytt-John MOUlite. Fornication and
bastardy on oath of Martha Tyson. Not a
true bill and prosecutrir to pay the costs.
Corn vs Lafayette Soupy. -Aseattlt and
battery on oath of John Gostin, 26 Aug.
1860 nota true bill and prosecutor to
pay the posts.
Com vs Louisa Slusser, George Slusser,
Winfield Slusser. Assault and Buttery on
oath of Elizabeth Rhdadis, 25 Aug. 1869
not a true bill and proseautrjr to pay ttie
costs.' . -
Corn vs Elizabeth Rhonda. ..Assault and
battery on oath of Louisri Slunk!, 25 Aug :
1869. Not a'true bill and pr t osecutrix to
to pay the costs: , •
In the ease of Commonwealth vs Rdb
art Meteor, charged witli'-urglary, the
Jury returned a verdict erGuiltyin man
'nor and 'form as ho stands indicted. Sen
tence not. yet pronounced.
RELIGIOUS NOTICE :—.Rev. A. C.
.WIIITMAN_ of. Altoona. Pa. will preach on
Sabbath next in the Reformed Church, at
ll.o'elock A. M. anctlic; , clock P.
linuarous Nonph.—Roii• T. s.td:',
CLm.LAND.Pastor octizo Emory
Church having rofurned. Siviices will bir
mania& in. Ont.:Church • next Sitbkmtll
- morning. .7..•
„- • .
1N817..tri.E.-L . - - The ninth
len:anal Autision of this nourishing institute
fOr;Young ladies . will, lacilirt, WednesdaY,
Sept. let. Great improvements have been
,in the boatlling and day de
partments.- T _ ho recitation roothe
,end- refitted, %id V
rangements for heating ens
have boorrporfeeted. Additionsk o 'n 4nik
. made to the corpso,f ; instrtiet4;,:imd thb
facilities for a therniigh English and i3laia•
sleet education are conaplote.” 'l` '
Tho Mary Institute was found:akin 1860
•by the Bev: ..pr.,Cloro,' and was incor
porated in 1815.' 'lt has gone' on steadily
increasing In ueofelnoss and influence, as
the accomplished gnat:etas !brthe ' Insti
tute will testify.' '
!ha prospects for:the cMning-iyear are
most. prosperous, and a large inorea4 of
pupils Id both dopartMentsis, expeeted.
Thapres,ent Rector Is, 41ov, ,
' Firm .P.t'AoltliEl.HYlre : , are in
debvid td our OSeellent friend, Mr. JOITN
Cattnucs; beSontb MilicilotOn toiviahlp,
for :basket' of 'most delicious' posohes,.
grOlVii upon hlsovni promises..
CifA,Or.9 superior 0644
:Sheni'of A-bettor flavor than most of% tho
poaches briiingtit' stinrkoilsOin:
Mat, 3 4! . -.; O .s.AVM,yO , havo aft
of. fruit, espOOlally. s pean .
4 0,0 4 as Isell
Com. vs A. J. Boar. Selling liquor to