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Andrew Ilhey, Editcr.
Tliuridn, April 23, 1853.
For Canal Commissioner!
THOMAS II. FORSYTH,
of PMiadelpWa County.
Tor Auditor General,
cf Kifflin County.
For Surveyor General,
J. PORTER BRAWLET,
of Crawford County.
' A Story Corrected.
The Cambrian in it lnt issue attempt to re
vive the ."fainting story" of the late campaign,
and inclines to tbe belief that President Tierce
feels faiutish" on account of difficulties in his
Cabinet. We had supposed, until now, tb.it tbe
terrible and withering defeat of tbe "greatest
Captain of tbe nge" would have been sufficient
. cause why no whig should allude to, or at this
day bring forward, any cf the false charges
. made in the heat of conflict ngniust the success
ful candidate of the Democratic party, but we
. were mistaken. W' did think that it would be
gall and wormwood for any whig journal to dish
- up, once again, any of the iucideuts of .n cam
paign iu which their forces were scattered, their
rack broken an 1 dismayed, their party almost
destroyed and its name and principles . almost
. etliterated. Cut we were again mistaken, the
editor "of the Cambrian is determined "to. pluck
up drowned honor by the locks" and, therefore-
giving full scope to his spiritual imagination
informs us of an outbreak in the Cabinet of Gen
Pierce, of which we have no kn iwleJge, and af
ter alluJing to the '-faint." ard stating that
Pierce hag n Treaty run himself aground says
th it the President has brought upon his bead
an avalanche of odium and execration forpro
incting Judge Campbell to a cabinet otiice ! The
Cd-'ilriar. is undoubtedly a fatt"' paper. Mtice,
-it is evidtut that the editor's creation of difficul
ties in the Cal inet is rather 'previous," thre
. being not the least foundation, in this wor'd, for
such a report, the Cabinet remaining since it9
formation perfect unit. Perhaps," the spirits
have been .enlightening him in this as well t.s
other matters ; if so the story has "c ime into
this breathing world before its time, scarce half
made up." Try the rappers again, perhaps they
will tell ycu, and they will tell you if they say
truly, there Las cot been, .nor is there any prob
abiliiv of any dissensions in tho .Cabinet. As
Johnitnwn is. situate lower than Ehensburir. the
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avalanche he speaks of may have been witnessed
there, but certain it is uo traces of such a calami
ty were yisib'e here.
It is quite unfortunate for Gen. Tierce that the
Cambrian has "run him into the'ground." If the
precise spot where he sticks is made visible, w e
would suggest the propriety of the two hundred
and two thousand citi'zer.fl 'whorie votes last fall
gave Tierce that many majority rnver Scott in the
Union, ging to work to pull him out. Or. may
be, the Cambrian, could supply us with part of
the 'thirty thousand Whigs, who were at their
homes threshing buckwheat hist October,"
whose services at present would be much need-
ed in pull'ng Gen. Pierce out of the ground.
Querv. Could they be found ? Ask the rappers.
They would answer: Once upon a midnight
etorniy, a lone editor attorney, pondered many
a curious volume of his heart's forgotten lore
while he nodded nearly napping, as of some one
gently rapping, rapping at his chamber dot r.
' 'Ti3 the spirits," and he started, rapping at
, tny chamber door !" Ob, for help I'm frigbt
npd sare! Then liia rlinr.ilx r I nr.f rvi.n
rnce permitting him to fl v into tie closet, or act I
behind the door,) came the ghosts of buckwheat !
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tSreshing higs, with tearful evrs . -.nd powdir-1
edwig, and they set them downb.-side him. on
the dusty, book-strewn floor set tl
. Tolumes of most venerable lore
Quoth the ed-i
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lior attorney ; what a bore 1" It must b some
thing serious; thisiB certainly mjsttrious, o.tiite
n advent of the whigs resurrectecl with their
Iwigg bat I understand them nustly. . Here
then came a rap so ghostly that he could no
more dissemble as he had done before : anJ ? is
face grew pale and paler as ho btarfd for the
' door down he fell upon the floor. Pinis.
Attempt to Murder.
Oa Sunday evening lust, on the Section o1
' 'Wynne and Anthony, New Portage Road, near
- Bennington Blair county, an Irishmen named
" Michael Crowley was deliberately sho- by anrtli:
er man, whose name wo did not learn. They
were quarrelling at the time." The' p'stol wis
loaded with bullets or slugs, two of which enter
- ed the right breast of Crowley, inflicting nn aw
ful wound. . The perpetrator of the offence fled
and bns not been caught. It is more than like'
lj that the wounded man will lie. - Drs. Christy
-and McK.ee, of -Uollidaysburg, .extracted one
ballet from his breast on Tuesday morning.
These outrages in our sister county are be"
coming too frequent ; a terrible example should
be made of some of the offenders, perhaps then,
these feu Js And fights would cease.
Tts ' Piusbur Taiott" '
Tbe Daily Union, of Pittsburg, has- been en
larged and further improved' by a supply of
" beautiful type. We are greatly pleased to no
- tice the increasing success of one of the best
democratic journals, in the State. . Under the
i toanngement of Messrs. Keen.on and Hastings,
tue Union has established for itself much more
thin local habitation ' and a name." .1 nd
while it is one of the most ably conducted . pi
t pers, and 6ound!y Deraocmtic, it .is by great
odds much the neatest, and in all . -jhing-i it the
?mrs.t ro able rff.mneral.ie iournal ve receive i
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from any of the cities. May eucccss aud pros-.
penty attend, tue- LAton, utors workmen, .anu ;
ES- Tte card of C. W. Webster, Esq., will be
1 found ia cur columns, to' wLicli vrc direit tac
ftttoutioacf tle publio." " ' ;
LOCAL AND EDITORIAL ITEMS.
Ega, A PemrflvItailryad car ran down IMane
No. 5 Monday afternoon, nud besides breaking
the enr Jestroved a Camber of barrels of flour.
The ground for some distance was robed, in .a
mantle of white.- i ..; - ,''. -
S Work, tas ra-comtnenee 1 on the Cent ral
Iai'road Viaduct which spans the turnpike, one
mile west of the.Sutauitl In a fortnight,-flagons
can pass under the arch . ' "''
CQ?U Hollidaysburg is evidently becoming
more and more city-like, every diy. Every
thing is gotten up in city style. Bills of fare,
at the various Hotels, are uow talked of. Wa
ter works aud a theatre will soon be necessary.
Bglu The jury in the case of Mary Delaney.
indicted in Pittsburg for the murder of Shaw,
have been out six days, and are still unable to
5gu flon. Solon Borland baring declined the
Governorship of New Mexico, has been appoint
ed Minister to Central America, which situation,
it is said he will accept. '
. The New York correspondent of the Boston
Post amuses his readers with the following pas
sage : "It is rumored that the Queen of Eng
land intends to visit the New York Exhibition
nt in state but under the modest name of
Smythe! Her ministerb wished it to be Smith,
on the pattern set by Louis Philippe, but this
her Majesty positively refused. The princess:
royal accompanies her, but the Prince of Wales
is thought too delicate for a sea 'voyage. The
royal yacht squadron mean to Set 8 til for Cana
da in Jul", and Mr. and Mrs. Smythe. daugh
ter and attendants," will pass through Boston
to New York. The visit of ex-President Van
I'uren, to London, is connected with this inter
esting invitation. The hospitalities of the White
House have been tendered and gratefully accep-
fed. The rumor emanates from a fountain of
the 'purest intelligence rel y upon ir, we shall
he Blinking Mrs. Victoria Smvthe's hand, and
teaching our friend Albei t to chew tobacciv. ami
drink brandy cocktaili before the year's end."
giSrW'c lately saw it stated that an editor out j
westn oi rrovi.teu mmseu wmt a soon two,., ...
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defend himself fr-m the attacks of Ins enemies.
Being a man of eace. we are. therefore, not
oei.igeraiiiiy uispogeu, oni aiwas heep once :
guns, (two shot guns and one hlunlcrlussj in!
our sanctum, tt us-j when u cessity obliges us
f If m iy be as well to state t int tire locks are so at Clearlield on Thursday. ' -ieonfoumled
ba.l that they won't fire thenunsoff. j r.v ,., . r. , A
W ii mii!.I fiiMrliffii mi :i Ivcrs:irc cnisuieraih.p-
eouoiii i ) . e ,
CQGen. Wm. It. Pmjtu, formerly of this ;
State, but for some years a resident of Wiscoii"
S:n. is on a visit to his relatives in Kbensburg.
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He is gladly wcl.ct.iuen by a large number of
i friend and acquaint mces
He his lately been
employed by the Legislature ot Wisconsin to
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write tne History oi mar oiaie, auu lormer rer-
rltory a trust that C!!d not be confided to one,
more fully cunpetent to the taok, more eminent-
ly deserving the honor.
trWM. K. PiPKS, of Plane No. 4, has been
appointed ....Aid de C.mp to the novemor. will.;
the rank of Lieut. Colonel. This testimonial of
esteem is most worthily awarded. Col.. P. being
.. ..w-h ..d radu-.l Drmocrit. nhd 'a ennrte-
ous and hichlv deserving centleman. His mi
merous friends are pleased to learn that he
cepts the profife -ed holler, and that he will be
on hands" in case of any pe ks of war" aris-.
5-i. n Lain -1irtr innt rf fliAir lmntM llii pn'nm v.
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g5 The Directors of the Ebeiisbtirg and Sus-
adopted, which together with the difficulties ox-;
isting between a majority of the stockholders
!"" ,,,c rircc,,'rs- n aCc0m,t of th?- n'Ptir,n f i
the Eastern route. c:iuse "the change.
wiiiie all :.re satisfied with the present route. ,
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i t iivuiiii, u ui uu iiuiicu, mill 1...;
letting n? nine miles of the road will be made :
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bravely forward. ' ' I
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. SSW Fkttkh, than whom there is no better ;
Dagucrreotypist in the state, and that is saying :
a good deal, exhibited to u., a few days since,
a picture of the residence of Dr. Win. Lemon, of
this village, which was admirab'y executed.
His rooms are in the Academy building, where,
in the course of si few .moments, he cm, any
bright or cloudy day, take . the personation of
your face and figure, spas to compare with, if
uot exceed iu truthfulness, the original! Co.
C3y0u Tuesday evening. May 10, there
will be a select Cotillion Parly given sit the House
of Mr. II. B. Pa I b.ek, foot .f Plane No 4. AH
who nttentl will be sumptuously provided for and
enjoy themselves to the fullest extent. ; .
gg- We met Col. John W. Geabt at the Sum
mit, yesterday. '. He is looking well and hearty,
and intends . visiting Kbensburg in a few d tys
where his friends will be pleased to meet him
S?Capt. ,:F. R.. West has gone to Iowa,
where in connection with several other gentle
men, he intends to" engage largely' in the pork
business. He leaves regretted by a large circle
of friends, all of whom desire him full success in
Ids undertaking, and a pleasant home in the
distant west. . "-- - " : --; ,"".
; E?SThe weather M' delightful the days
warm, genial, wreathed in sunny " smiles the
nights, however, rather ' cool, yet beautiful ; no
mist obt-iiriB, ncr ch.ud, nor speck," -nor stain,
breaks the serene heaven. Spring-with aL! its
beauties is upon us. and ''--' ''
"O'er the mo'stened fieTds -: I
A tender green ia spread ; the blnded grass .
Shoots forth exhuberaht :' thea waking trees,
Thaw'd by the delicate atmosphere, put forth'
Expanding bud-s ; while, with inellitjuoi.3 tbrqnt.
The wa rn ebullience of internal jq-, ..,
The birds hymn fuith a song of gratitude . M
T ll'iiu'wlm shelter'.l when the storms were deep.
And fed them thro' the winter's cheerless gloom."
fi,The old papers in " the Protlronntary's
OlJCU nave 1 neen
taken out of their hi. tiny:
idacen, the ilust brushed off, , and sifter beiuir
y ' .j,
imprvciuent was much needed
The trees planted in the Court House yard,
and the plants pavement lending to the door of
the Hall, for which the public is; indebted to
Commissioner Glass, are, to use. a popular ex
pression, vtry oound arrangements.'.' , ? , .
quehanna P tk Boad, at their m cef i gon Mon - j mocioi s ie.1 us m.-ii me use 01 ine wee.i 111 luis he took part in conspiracy against the Bour- j hen a ui.iu ! sucii uusudied ch r ict. r, su. b j jt.d 1 he 1 iugii g .,f t)elld.
day, decided to .hange the route from the' Has- j "? '"I"' iiely to cause death in a short time-( ,)on nud b(.. lJc.tt.cteii W;1S 0Mied to take, '1"1 XVi"'t:'- " !,cl' rvl '"bie.,co with j The comiucfof the Governor of
tern, (which was adopted on Monday week j to , ' I refuge in the little v ilhige of Navarre. He aft. r- -' "' c"llilM';x -: of tl 11 ti 1 t Tv ! " V , V"!'5. ,l ,,,,e C
;.....; i :..,.t,-,:.,..t- .;.... ..ri - Th.t Crystal Palace, says the Home Journal. ' 7 .... . .. ,:k ...... "- tl"" ice lesnleut. .I,e n..t,o:i n,:0 wi-l. -d ,udepe,.lrt.,.t ui tue ro.ler.,1 U
stack was sui'Scribed ui case the westerti riotte i e : I h ; 1 , h ... , . ,.. ,,,.. ,,, ,.,..,,, .,.1 it. panel. I or tins he was put on trial. lie de- nonce in tin purutc ser u e, the e-.ttutry may ; tr.l ute 1 uUui) muskets anions the
As a curiosity of paragraphing, we copy the
following from au Edioburg paper: "A para
graph from our 'respected contemporary, the
Glasgow Citizen, has been 'going the round' of
alltue southern papers, stating that the person
to whoip the nursing of the' next young member
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of her Majt sty's family is to be intrusted, has al
ready been selected from among the comely
mothej9f ilnvc'ruess.r -.The announcement is at
least vf j-einature. Setcrat 'applications have
been forwarded from the Highlands, as well at
from Wales and English rural districts; but no
decision has yet been made. We tnay state, how
ever, that there is very strong probability that
the successful competitor will be a ploughman's
pleasant-looking, healthy wife."
Emanuel, the richest Jew in England is dcad
They have discovered pure gold, in ilayo, at
L'lnvtrtine is dying ; bin physicians' hav.e no
hopes of him. :'--.;. . ;,; "j .. '
JESS" The Germanians have been giving con
certs in Pittsburg. ..'i
BS" Ole Bull has been giving concerts at St.
Louis. , . " ' ' : '
Chinese ingennitv is said to have succeeded 17!
teaching monkeys to gather tea on those fcpots
winch are not accessible to man but at the hazard
of life. .
A correspondent who is given to sporting, wants
to know when the Anglo Saxon race," so much
talked about, is to come off.
A Protestant Church in which the services are
all conducted in Chinese, has been established in
San Francisco. ' . .
Tbe Chinese do everything different from
other people. We have a jack" for pulling the
boot from the foot ; the "Flowery Land'' people,
on the contrary, have an instrument for pulling
the man from the boot. :
CSiT Father Dadin. the first Roman Catholic
priest ordained in the United States, died at Gin-
I cinnati the other day, aged ninety -eight.
! bvt"n 11 rie3t over lst r
"One hour in tlie bath.' Napoleon used to say.
'refreshes me more th.-m tour hours ol sleep.''
A saying worth juot5ng at this Season.
The Msliijurtnii I'tuhii denies tlio renrirtrd ill
etih of tl,e President, md sas that his health 1
; decidedly improved, and that he has gained
b(,lh hl jy and strength since the iuaugura-
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A. B. Reed. Gov. Biglcr's father-in-law, died"
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murdering Beese, Jew Men hant. in
cou.itj-, an i wis sentenced to be iiting.
Oil the Pith inst.. 17d chickens, of the Co-
; chin China, Shanghai, and otlier rare foreign
! '.'""j". .8l.'ld "l auetiou at New Oile-uis, fur
l. - iil oo. Two Hotig Kong geese sold at --U,
. BrenKiieesfor 12.
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. liitckiimliam Palace on the lh Hist., nt a quarter!
j,.ist , u'ciock. The mother and child were
doing as we. I as could be expected.,
jq; A number of Whig clerks were removed
from me Sixth Auditor's otiice, at Wnshiugtoii,
on edue&diiy. and Diinoci ats substituted in
their stead. Let the good work go on.
Teleiira tdiic ilesnatch. bearW date If Ca-
hawba, ' i!jtli inst., states that tlie funeral of the
V.ce ln si dent took place on that day at llo'-j
c,otk ,ue luoriimg, according to the rites .of j
; the Lpiscot al ( hi.n h, Mr. Piatt, i f Selitt... otli
".ciatinu. whose sermon w as elootient and beauti-!
ac-!ul. lie lies among his kindred, near his man -
kii m tne country
He died calmly aud com-'
! Welc aril that Arthur Snrirf. thp. murderer
has attempted to. commit suicide by . sleeping
with a ijuantity of tobacco under each n'rin. The
which the most streneous effort's
arc put forth Ly
w truly, that the
all parties cottcci tied in its const!
KuMmt S:3- fl'".''t "owhow
new institution of having a car specially devoted
10 'oixertais tor ine leireM.iiietn o. i..e .....e.
man, will shortly be introduced n the l'ennsyl-
to m tterials tor the 1 erresiinieht ot tne inner
vauiii ll-iilroa, niter the fashion of the Balti-
more and Oli.o Coiiipau r.
. cg, The City of Philadelphia, by a recent dc
cisiu in the U.. S. District Court. Justice Crier.
will be obliged to paj-to the heirs of Stephen
GrArtV ub..ut SI.lMlO.OOO. The matter in dis-
pute was large coal" tracts in Schuylkill coua-:
Of the one thousand men whn formed the New :
York regiment in the Mexican - war, only sixty '
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aie nun ;ihu-, iiiiuuuiuuvia loriy Ulo . UlO lO
earn their living. .
- J Canal Commissioner. '
Thomas II. Forsrtb. says the Doylestoicn jJem-
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ocrflf, our cnnuiuaie ior uanai commissioner, is
a car, enter l,y trade, and a most excellent nd
riAt.iilii 1. iikdi. ; IIa,ua vtalivA TV.wlliv.ein
popular man. ! He ii a native of. New ' Britain
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township. Bucks countj'," and served his nppreu
ticetship wit h Jacob Kephart. ' He worked as a
journeji man carpenter with Samuel 1 KachHne,
Fsq. , of this borough, and ' afterwards moved to
Philadelphia county, where there was a more
extensive field opening for the business in which
bo was engaged; He is now un efficient and ac
tive member! of the Senate of 'Pennsylvania,' a
station he has held for several years as the rep
resentative of the' county- of Philadelphia. He
every where is respected as an honest. upright
and capable man, and will make an Unpreceden
ted run ut the ballet-bos on the second Tuesday
of October next. . - ; . :.
'' '"' ' Eecent Appointment. . ' ' .
. We understand on good nuthority that the
lion. CiiAitLES jSitALtu has .been apjointe by
the President to .the office of United States Dis
trict Attorney, for the Western District of Penn
sylvania. It is conceded, on all hands.', that 'a
more worthy selection could not have been
made. The President has,' thus far, "shown a
'j determination to appoint to .office, men of the
in os i aiiriiug aoiimis, anu 01 exieuueu repuia-
tion. ' ' ' - -i - --
V- :"- -' Judge' Gibson. : ' ' ' - -
We are happy to learn that the reported death
wf Judge, Gibson; us stated by .the Harrisburg
Union, is incorrect., ;', The Judge has been . quite
ii'i. but is p;ct ting better. . The report, however,
will travel inj advance of the contradiction, and the
eminent jurist will enjoy the plefthnro of reading
many a glowing eulogium upon bis life and char
acter. May he be spared many years 1 i ,xi
V -.'lis i.ardv -lazed, and be-ind to look-as if it itiiht w",uawl,,v " mom .. its oe-s. 111 genius, .-ap .eity. nn-i expi-rn.-oi ii.v.fcu .v.-u.ta Anna to return;
State Central Committee.
The President of the late. 'Democratic State
Convention, announces the following State Cen
tral Committee, in continuity with the resolution
of the Convention, directing him to appoint- the
Committee. The Committee will meet atthe
merchant's Hotel, nn the City of Philadelphia,
on Saturdnv, the 21st datf of May. at 4 o'clock,
P. M. The Democratic papers iu the State will
please publish this notice.
In order to make a convenient aud eJTecti.-e
organization throughout the State, it will be
proposed to constitute a Genera! State Commit
tee of Correspondence, composed of one front
each county; "in viewofthis arrangement. 'the
Democratic Standing Coninittee of each County
is requested to nominate one member for said
Committee, and forward the nomination to the
subscriber in time to lay leforc the State Ceu
tral Committee at their meeting, to be held on
the 21st of May.
, WM. L. HIRST
Philadelphia, April 21, 18-33.
STATE CEXIEAL COMMITTEE.
Hon. James Burnside. Centre.
William Badger, Philadelphia.
Henry 'L. Beardslee,. Wa no.
'. Hon. Byr n D. Hamliii, MeKean.
Hon. Charles B Bucktew, Columbia.
William Curtis, Philaielphia.
Hon. JoJ:n Cessna, Bedford. -.
James C Clarke, Westmoreland.
Francis C. Cai sou. Dauphin.
Hon. William Dock. Dauphin.
"Hoi: John JL Dtw son, Fayette.
Henry L.'.DictTciihach, Ciinloii.
John C. Evans. Berks.
Hon. Thou' B. Florence, Philadelphia.
Oliver P, Fretz, Montgomery.
John W. Forney' Philadelphia.
Hon. IloOett J Fislu r, Y..rk..
Thomas S. Fernou, Philadelphia.
Hon. William Goodwin, Pliiiadelphia. "
David Lynch. Allegheny.
Charles H. Hunter, Berks. -
Charles M. Hall. 'Schuylkill.
George T. Harwey. Bucks.
. Wm. II. Hotter. Northampton.
Joseph Y. James. . W aUM.
1'h' mas Jameson. Y.-rK.
Oweti Jones. Montgomery.
Horn B. Kneais. Pniiadelph'.i.
Samuel G. King. Philadelphia.
Hon. John S. Mci'almont, Clarion.
Henry S. Mott. I 'ike.
It. '"miiiet Moiiaghan. Chester.
William II. Miller. Perry.
John O'Brien, Philadelphia.
Benjamin Parke, Diuph'n
Henry M. Philips, Philadelphia.
George Plitt, Philadelphia.
Hon. .aines W. Quiggle, Clinton.
James L. Reynolds. Lane aster.
Levi Reynolds. Delaware.
J. L. Itingwalt, Monroe.
Iloiij John Bobbins. Jr. . Philadelphia.
'Edmund N. Stagers, Philadelphia.
Hon. George Sanders.. n. Bradford.
T. J. P. Stokes. Philadelphia.
F. B. Streeter, Sus jueiianna.
Thomas S. Stewart, I'll .ladelphia.
lliaiiu B. Swarr, Lancaster.
James ('. Vandyke, Philadelphia.
Richard Vaux. Philadelphia.
Harrison Wright, Luie'rne.
Geofire William. Philadelphia.
TV. W. iso. .Jell'crsou.
Hon. William II. Wittc, Philadelphia.
William Henry Welsh. York.
Pierre Soule, Minister to Spain.
The follow ing is a brief sketch of his career
Pierre Soule was born at Castillion, iu
j Pyrenees, during the fir.'t consulate of Napo
5 was destined for t'.e churoh lott be-
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ssatistied, left the Jesuits ( ollepe
where he had been placed.
t the age of fifteen
fended himsc'f with el04ue1.ee, but was conviet -
C1, flllJ sctto St Pchtgie. From thence he es -
caped to England and afterwards came to the
United States, and settled in New Orleans in
ISlo. Ho stuidied law, an I r ise hiuli in the
profession. In 1 8 17 he was elected from Louisi
nua to Uli a vacancy in the U. S. Senate, and
was re-elected in 18 B.
Eiot and Murder.
The Hollidiiysburg Standard of- yesterday.
i tins tlie iotlow ing ao-.ouni u ine 1 io near 1 lainr
I No 10. The proceedings of the mob were of
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the most disgraceful and h.'.rr. hie character, and) "We consider the Whig parly not only defeat
it is to be hoped that the gui ty perpetrators of. e l bat ,ua ,,,,,u- ., e cm contemplate itshisb.ry
1 w lilt ad tne pnlox'ip.'nc candor that we could
the brutal outrage will meet with jUst and sf.ee- hriij, l( bvur )M thv hity vt ie p:,,;, VVar
dy retribution :
n.ai-u.!...,l,vi.;lrl,t .,t nt ti late b .ur a
rrti- of uowirdsof tuhauiil Ir'.d. f.ictm .isti
pa.t3 of M Aid, aii ltaai. , . c' " 3"
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came uow 11 iue urn t .s- " -
1 virtB.w Arn.ihl ii.d Clover bet ween idaiie 10
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11. tUey nrsl anacKea a sua my oo-
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tuoied bv a mau named James fl.issidy; which
they broke open and entered, li.it they tWud " be us -d, while it hohis together.. as a scare
but one man and a sick woman. Thev common- crow and an instrument fd.-sctpliiic by the Jead-
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red teami" down the bun. tine. However, . anu
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wune iuc nun ui wcm.tini ..
...... C-issidv. was shot. An attack was also
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mauo;upm. "". " ,' .
woiu'.ti, but throui'ii tne iu
ferenceot some vi me icauc. . ue ...., ?ue r " r "'"' f t toe. with a glass cf tcast t.d wat.r to each
was spared., only to meet a more horn de Isttej .Uegive.Mr.CKEti.EYt red.tforoi.ee He has wrkniilll Tlicll 4g:d.t to work-Mitch, stitch
if their hellsh designs had been tudil eJ. Hje . toll the unvarirshed truth. We thatik him for until five o'clock, when fifte -n niinutcsare ngnio
rioters then st bre to the Miantee, and made tlie CalIid JldMlias;lin of the fact that the only 1 allowed f..r tea. The needles are thru set iu
their escape. The budding was consumed, and; . - 1 li nutl- more-stitch slitch until iin
i ' .i ...i-....: ....o effect tit keei. hilt un the hn' uriraiu r-.i t i.m n.l ,!,oi "i on-e mott allien, suuii uiua
in tlie morning , uie umui .v
found with his arms and legs totally burnt uff! standard, is the perpetuation of ahu.-es aud in
The woman ma le her escape by crawLug from Equity. Ho will aot denv that in all the history
It"" RH,, l-n NVwrv J ' crds of previous cor-
I IV IllUlUViVU - - - - J -
Twenty of the rioters and murderers were sir-
rested on 'Friday, .nine on Saturday, aud bx
oti .Monday:' all Of whom were committed to our
jail,; Their trial was to have commenced -yes
ten lay. and we hope they will be brought spee
dily to justice. a.:..:;..:. .
' a , : . . - ; i '- i ' ;
! ,; ,.- : The Exodus to California. '".
- DisTiNOCiSHED I'kbsoxs Uoixu Tuebe. The
st,ertmhiilS Illinois and I'r dnetheus sailed-irom
Vew York,' at two o'clock, on - Wednesday after
noon, with passengers- for" Calif mia. - Among
those paesebgrs on Iv.mrd tlie Illinois, are Hon.
I". C. Marshail, .Member of Congres
ress xrom caii -
lomia ; Major II. r.-HamiMoiid, the newly ap-
ooiuted Collector d' the Fort of San rriirrcisco ;
Hon.Georce l'age, of Iventuckv; Lr llirds .il.
cSiipcrinteudcut of the Mint in th;.t city ; Hon.
Wm. Van Voorhees, isurveor of the Fort ; Sen-
ators Gwin and Weller ; ex-Governor McDougal.
who was the first Governor of California; atid
Judge M. C. lliced. , It b notolten that s large.
a number '.of distingnishcd persons aro collected i
on board of one vessel.. ; V - in -.- ' r .
jVe have already announced the death of th
Vice ritsidcut.ot the Ut.iied States, the Hou.
William litres Kisas. The Kiibli'ugton UnUm
of Wed u i-s lay ghco a biogra -diivai ekeub of the
deceased, which wiUbe iiitnestiug to 'our rcaiP
ei a : :
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kiBg waVbrn on tlu t?rT 'of .April,. !76o,
in i iiti!.svii cjutiiy, N oi tit Caithna. "Alter cm-
idetti. ma t'ducatioii at the L'ni t rait v of ins
native M.-.tv, he iiec iiiie a tnaiui ol l-iw if i ti.'e
Ilice of tt iiiiam Dolfy, of Fayctteviiie. At the
age of twenty, lie was elected a representative,
ul lui ii . me cotiiiiv in lh l-t;is-tuie ot
State. At the .ijre of t wviitv-fuor. he was cho
sen a rej
.reseiitat ve in Cotigr.-ss tiotti tlie Wil
niiugtoii iiisiiict, ana ot tne party wincii aivo
o.it.a and iipM.i ted the wr of 1812. he was a
zealous and iiMu.bU-m iR'iniier. lit the spring
of IblO. lie l.'a.uei Ins sc. t in tlie llottne of
- j Bepresentatives, and uccompanied Win. Pinck
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Naples aud then to St. Petersburgh, to which
uris Mr. I'inckiioy was tent i s minister pleu -
ipoteiitiary. Un his return to the tinted States,
iirthe winter of lSib'li. xJr. King fixed his
residence in U.nlas county, iu the then Territo.
ry of Alabama. He was elected a member of
tue Convention to establish a State Government,
.iutuivu vii uiu mjuiiiiucc if iiuiiitj n-'ui: t; . ei lent ea I re V;l I e- HTl'l US it W
const. union. vVuh the lion. John W. Walker. ' td to embroil tlV(5 country iu smother war'ix
he was elected one of the tir.-t two senators who. Mexico, bloody work was anticipated
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s ej.i cseiiten .ii.iu iin i in me vooi - ui ine
Uuited Mites. In lSJd, in 18JS, in ift.54, and
l8l0, lie Was re-eiecled ! the Senate. Ill 1844
lie accepted the missi-jti to 1 ranee, with the es- JJiptt!ch, S. II. Ferguson, coiibtable cf the Sev
pecial oojett of facilitating the annexation ofjenth Ward, ..ccomp-.tiied by John F. K. Jone"
Texas. tie was runark ibly successful iu his ( another oflici r of the same Ward, et'n ieJ to
inibMoii, having by his skid and prudence entire-j Butler county, with a process from Court f?r
ly prevented tne opposition of the French gov- the arrest of Casper Lndparter, who reccntl
cruiiu nt to tit it tneiiatire. Iu 1 IS he was ma. it-, kert a i .io s'io;j iu Di .;a I a'.!y, iti-llctcd ia
senator from Alab .ma, by apiioininieiit of the : our Q iart r Sessions for the larceny of gas, tv
GoM i nor, to tid a vac iu. y oecasiontdl y the , tapping the pipes of the Gas Company, uv.l fjr
renigiiatiou 'l the lion. Arthur P. Bag by, sent ; keeping a tipp.ing hou.-e. We Ic-iVri' that on
uitni.-ter to Buasia. In 1 i'J he w as eieetc J by i'hui sda y, in'an enie.tvor to affect tbe arrest
the Legislature lor a full term of six years. in . L in io.n ter killed Ferguson with a knife. sevcrV
on the acciosioii of Mr. Fillmore to the' ly st.bbeil Jciies, an I effected his escape.
Preaiucncy. he w...s un.mimou-.ly clmseit Preai-f We learn, from s.nue pcr.ms fr.-m the 't.e'eb.
uci.t of the Senate. By the Baltimore Conveii-1 borh-ao J, that LauJp..rt r resided r' miles btm
t.ou of the d of Jiuie, 1 6-, he was nudj tlie ; BniK r. on the littp.it Bul. where the t-dicerii
uetuocr.t!C caiuhduc f.r the Vice Pivsidoney, ! arrived on Ti.uraJ.ty itftr-moon, 2 1st instant" tit
ami wase.ected to that olii.e by the peoj.le in j ..ne o'dotK. but did Lot hi.d Lira at hy:;ie. Oa
the ei.sir.iig .Novcuib.r. In the winter of IS-M-' c -.ll'.iig again they found LI ::i up stajis. mij l.e
'J' to sillier from a j ulmonary j exj i -s.i-.- i a w.liiiigueas to accompany tucw. bu:
atl'ecii-Ui. which gradually givw so aiarming iu ' deair.'d lirt to ch m ;-e his clothei. refusing u
us !yuiptoiiuj that he w.t., ..dvie J to seek al.-evi-i d- so. , .-.never, in their presence: he went into
ation in a tt oj.ic d c ia: .te. Aceoidingly, in the ' an adj. iinng room, procured a uirk-knife atui
i.ioii'.n of Kdo a .ry. he a .uglit re; ;.-;; an 1 te ief p'si'i. iV-::, a st.tu i-.ir.u -.r. retumed anJ uttack.
Ill toe lS.uhd ol Cuba ; nut l.sc .Ver.ttZ that
disease was fatal, lie determined to die i:i
oWu o.lld. His vvasting slrelig:h b
ie!y so: vi
Ved the j -Uloey to his home
l ie c tuiiin.
Svalveiv b a i he tl-o.-se 1 the threshold .'
holla.- " h. n lie s uiK in toe rcpo.-e o;
Col. King w;.s u--v.r m .irr.ed ; but ti:
life, as iu the iaat stii; "ie wilu de.iili
joyed tne a;!'ect.ouate regar 1 and kin! ti.i-ii-tri-l.
oiis of tile UK-si attached frieli-i's an i rel. lines,
lie Was of a UalUIe to W.n llo Wal'lne.-t l atd
of li;s p Is oial iri.-ij-. an I to c -o.m.ilid the
res lect oi'aii. O.'s.i in . j i lz oe t ki i .ii ni'tii;
he.. rl, lliti i p:l c i.l; g , ami l l,e l.iet bl s-ne
iiKi.or, lie w..s toe vi ry ino.iei ot a c. ut !ema ii.
Ju.t in all h s relations nub the wor.d. courte
..us :.i.d o Lii i..vt.. i.i I e u ant i, iu n.us in 'earned of the minder, but nt the time our itd'ur
h.s impu.'s. s, he i.ve't -a Lie of" u.ms i d lenath m i;i: left tlu whole country was up. and U'h
and ii nj.ot s.t.i iiy. witin.ut iucurr.iig the ba m-j pr nn pt pursuit m ole titat it is probable ere tLij
iaii f a o!it.-.ry rej ro.ieh on his hooor. 'litis iiij. murderer ia rrc-tc-J. - -
co intry has i roJueed im iu..n w ho.-e character -
eau tietur bear the s. v rest s. rniiov. As a Son thern Mail Iteme Further MexicaaKewi.
statesman, h s .pi n'ities were rather safe audi i u.TiMiu, April '11. Tin- New Orlfin yu
so i l than dazz .ti-. Soundness .f j udjrniei.i. I -crs of ,Sat urduy labt reucheo litre to-oiiY sit
I'vi ii'.ity of res .ui ee, a pein ti ..t.ng sr.gac, ty. !.u1 iuou. City of Mexico papers of the I'd iust.,
iutiexib.e ii leiity to principle, prudeure and j had been receive J. Mr. Faicouet had been r
raution, gave him tln.t weight in counsel and j rested, i n a charge f bribery iu connection with
that control of others which the more brilliant, j ihe Ihiish debt, at the order of Julge Buti.eii,
but less useful intellect can ue t-r command. uii the leulan. I wf th : ex-Deputies, of the In nt
II ;s piioiic liie w as an un;i.lert ut'te l sun s d
successes. .o man ftipi.v ed in J.it-g. r measure
the coiifldetiee of those who were capable ol".i
I preeiaring hi w. rth. as is attested bv his re-
1 iieated eleet on to tlie iUes:d ttov vr tun. of the
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rx-nate. an 1 !v 'he It u:'t to! :i-in id evvrv enu
' neut t ttesm m .if ev.-rv nittv in the countrv.
'i'1 et " 'f ",t : l),.lt w,', e U lU 'we n" 1 n!,!,t!u'r
' '" w,,,.'!,,. 'Tf u'V.te 1 ,,,'.l",lr' V; J1"" 'r:
j m -tiaiitmity. diseivri. .11. s tg icity. courtesy and
Uouud ability as were bleu I -d in the ch tract, r
and illustrated iu the e-treer ot W 11.1.1 m Burrs
j Ki.vo the chivalrous gentleman and spotless
Doad a3 a Door Kail.
The philosopher who controls the editorial
Colums of the New York Tribune, frankly admits
that the Federal Whtg pat ty has positively civ-
mi t ,!i c t .
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We give the facts ia his own
of the B ses r the rise and fall of the Cirotid-
isti in BeVolutiona ry France. We believe that
the oniv effect of keeping up the Whig organiza-
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tion and stand. r l is the Icroetu.ltlou ol abuses 1
- ... .
stud iniquities bk tho-e nsw r.iinpaitt 111 the
of,rcity. As m.rs appeal to
i.ut'l ill. l'llill UIK illli.! i. J ill ii il". Iii.d ..it i Alii...
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" trouo.es mte .etiiiaieti, s ine n nig pariy
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will ncnerallv be able Ui keel, a m .ioritv i.i their
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leauiu-i siriogs uy.pi--iy.iig. up-u uieir no pes
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otlieo an I sn.ols. or t leir tears of lie:mr t 11-..M.I
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, 111 to a power. ess aud uupop
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i ruptioii, kuavery , suid rascality, there can no
parallel be found with the Whig frauds and pec-!
u hit toils of the late O At.r n x mi'l Uauiunkk ad -
ministration. The people wi!lnt b iu a L-rrr
agam to truat tue i cdcrul 'Mugs with poaticaii, T,.. , , , , , r
- - . , - -; te 1 idty. Ihcie uuisi ba a good de;d of laonotony.
Iuv, Fn4 ivv ouuu.u onco more come io(
lite. 1 lie national treasury has been p. under-e-i
sufficiently for the remainder cf this century
at least. .
Hut what disposition does the Tribune interd
to m ike of the remain of. the late UU;g pjirty?
1 here cau exist no doubt upon that point. They
'uro io ie iiiii.eoerreu . to oun 1. Hale and the
fiee negro Leitn. racy, provided, they do not
choose to have an o l.i.ou ot tluir own. The i
game that is now en loot , is piaiu uud visii. e
euough, even to the eyes of llnj baud. . The IVi-t
lune Las at last thrown otf'sli disguise, and. husJ
openly gone over to tlie Alx-liliou taction. - It is
nowi.s thoroughly cil iated in that c luse as G it-
bison or kn. Dui:cl.iss, It remains. to be seen
whether it cin curry what is leu of the Whig
P"ty alocg with it. Puimiflvanian: . - -
AXOTIIIIU WAR, WITH 3ICXIC iTT"
p tMATIOX 'ti F COV.Llv,,
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TU, Piecyunj has recti ved conie lX I 7
csting itceouutH J'rom New. Mexico, which
l,,tStf J cmbrwiPthls ctuntry iu-nothct Vi.t -X
.v.' .the accounts st.;te that Got. Lane hfil
n pncl)toiatioii cluiininz the .M-cilIa Vil ..
liold ly Mtiico, us a portion of the Amii
j The Governor asserts that this Valfrr
left ut by the neg'eit or oversight of (Ji.ii
fcioner Bartletf, and that it clearly belou-V7
liie tlie Luited States.
- i He lias, therefore, under tln pr.nfi.u.. t ,. .
- ; or.lered Col. Sumner v, proceed to the siot
miuiv.-m iipru an i i tK.e poss-.'ssiori c; it.
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Col. .Sumner, however, it is stated, rtfuspj ta'
obey the iuslroctions u-til he h id received
tive orders fmni Wasliintoii,
- j In the me .ntitn.- the M.-xTcau autaorhici r.
j iioiite ei me mo tii.tiits ou foot aaj ia
; mediately sent a body of several hatidr'e 1 tr.
1 to the Mecilla Vallev; whu weieconnn t 'i'
j resist at any sacrifice, all i.ttenir ts rande 1 v tl
. United States to seize the va.'lev which the l
j ican government looks upon aa'a portion oft
j wn poseej-slon
I When the above account.: left !,
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Horrible Murder of a Police 02"icer.
On Saturday, ltjth inst.. k.vs tin, P;.,.v
h:s cd t'
k-::1 ; Jot.fi ki!oecd the'iistoi frrm
his ; li::n I, with i stick, t'.e o-ilv wenvfiii he h.-i.l mi l
m ' I - -- ----- -
- . Mis. i; .n-1;. n u r emivavored to rrevei.t tlie
i laor-ier. out SLe r.i'iian .vuceeeJeti in n.ftutir,.
hIs: - .'Ven stabs m. .u ,:ii.-r f-r"-u 4..ii nrxl ntt-in
I a d!y about the right w rist, i:i his efforts to
'ut , :v .r 1 id! the b!ovs; tie was woui.ded in tlie
t n-: he.-.rt. right breast, back, ubdomei!, and Lit.
J .;i.-s was severely cut ill the reck and - groia,
no I l e. cave I . titer sligilt Wounds.
Laa Ipart. r jumped . u a h.-ne and roue eff
toward the Ui . a: Western Iron Worts, at Bra
dy's Bind. Ferejtisou i.ursued him tiliout tLirtv
Jones followrd si i:.o
, n.i . t miie, when he oecane too linlch eilvitu'f 1
- : t- j i-.cee.l. Ii was nearly an hour before otlnrs
1 ouress. lhe Mexican papers regard tLe
measure as a proper step to protect the national
S.inf i Anna, immediately nftcr his arrivnl at
Vera Cruz, communicated by telegraph with tbe
c ty of Mexico., w here the announcement of his
irttvii w as ee. .orate J tv the hill.? ol taUDefc
O ij.ic.t La I
nd had ilis-
j '-Mst-'ncc he had been courting. The paper
. ,!1 V? I're.ident Lom.r.liid ta send a
;.!Ucient Uicc to O.ijaca to prevent a wr cf
S.ititi Anna was entertained nt Vera Crux
with a b 'u juci I y the M'ui.cipaiity, U which
he wa, toasted and exto'de i in the most tr.trif
tigint manner. He give but o.c tj.isr, whicix
w as as follows : - " -
Under the shadow of the Mexican fl.tf. ra.tr
there be but one cry Independence or Death.
Marquis Beis ira, tlie new Sanish M'.i.ister,
artived at Vera Cruz in the same eter.mer witi
S.n.iii Aiiua. . . -
The White Slaves of Enprland"Lozaca Dtw
. . Makers.
The London Times s iys this class of Seam
stresses are compelled t. sew from morning till
niht and nilit till morning stitch, stitch
without a pause without tpeecb without a
smile without a sigh. In the gray of the morn
ing they must be at work, s ay at six o'clock.
''"'S quarter d an hour allowed for break
ing their nst. The fool served out to them i
canty an I miserable mough, but stilly ia all
pr .babi.ity, inoro than the'.r fevered systems
en digest. We do mt, however, wish, (say
the Times) to make out a case of tttarvntiun; the
sufferins is of another kind equally dreadful cf
endurance. From (" o'clock, then, till 11. it is
r,,.( , , n . i.oii
.btltrl, 8t,,cI'' At U' n hTliltA l"cco of Ir fcread
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is serve a io eacu SMtinrreSi. iur u i o.e musi
i . . i . . . . . . .
I " v. wiwm .u. . --
tallowed tor dinner slice cf meat and a pots-
! o'ebick. w hen filiePi. minutes ..re allowed ffcT
supper a piece of dry bread and cheese, nnJ
jilass of b.-er. From nin o'clock at night until
one, two. and three o'clock iu the morning,
stitch, stitch: the only break in this 1 ng periji
being a minute or two1 ju?t time - enough Xo
swallow a cup of strong tea, which is 'Mippha
! Test the young peo,.'e should feel sleepy." At
t!,IV0 " cl"lc!f -v- to tjea' nt s,x A- M- . .
,u thc occupation.
' . . , The EpiiUuilaajpjrs. - .
The foljowing'questions are propounded totL
spiritual r.ippeis by the X. V. Herald.
' If.iw much it eot to huild the pyrami'ls.
V hat became of the ark after the flood.
The contents of the books cf the Alexandria
Library. . . . . .
Who stoT? t!ic . : Stboo!i5 cf L;vy,
The travels of the ten loes tribes of Israel, tni
where those people uow arc
Tiie doingsof the ditk nges.
The author of the Utters of Junius-'
' . The history of the Aztecs. r " -
j Who struck liilly: Fatterson. ' : -1
f It is the general" opinion' that ifipF?T" c"'
n.t ku-wcr questicas cerr3CJ, jpe-:!!" ii.