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I .O WEST TFRMS.
T. S. SO'iN, Chairman,
George Dehmy, J. S. Mardi, George C.
K. Zahm, Peter Uuber, Philip Miiier. John
Y.. McKeiizi?, Joseph Behe. John Durbin,
JJavid ramer, Henry inedthoof. John
S tough, Klisha Hummer, Lewis Ilodgirs,
Ueorfce Gurley, John McDermit, Simon
Dunmyer, XV A. Kris?. Th s. F. M.-Giuh,
Jacob Fronh-i.er. J. F. Condon. John Hani
llton, F. O'Friel. Michael Bohlin, Wm. C,
Diver. John White, Henry Topper. Xicho
las Cannan. M. J. Piott. J. W. Condon
Daniel Cnfair. Wm. McCioskev. Daniel FI
Donnelly, Anthony Long, John ilarsh.
Appalling: IJesJUut Jon.
We uever cease hearing of ihe horrors
incident to the present internecine con
flict. We hear of the cruel and inhuman
treatment endured by our brave soldiers
when captured by their rebel enemies
tales of suffering on the one hand and
brutality on the other, of which we cou'.d
scarcely credit the narration, were it not
attested by the best authority.
There are some thousands of ncn-re-porting
conscripts, and as many prisoners
of state, who might do 44 the State some
service," if sent to the front, confined in
the Northern States in damp and loathe-
Jine dungeons, for some supposed of
fence, of which they may bo cither in
nocent or guilty ; the officers of the Gov
ernment ref using to inquire which.
Nay, we may come nearer home. At
the Capital of our own groat Common
wealth, a large number of newly enlisted
soldiers, fresh from the comforts of Penn
sylvania homes, appeared in the Execu
tive Chamber within (he last few davs, to
lay their grievances before Gov. Curtin.
Their feet, and in foia; cases their Lands,
had baeu frozen in a terrible manner for
want of care and cl 'thing. The Gover
nor feeling the deepest sympathy for these
men, but having no power to interfere, re
ferred the matter to the Legislature, who
appointed a committee to rcort on the
facts. When the chairman of that com
mittee informed the officer in charge of
Camp Curtin, that this treatment of the
Pennsylvania soldiers annoyed Governor
Curtin very much, the taunting reply
was made that, 44 He was put there by
the Administration for the purpose of an
noying Gov. Curtin.''
Put we have something worse here at
our own doors. That porti jn of the
army of the United States new holding
Ca uibri.i County, have been so badly
provided for during the late very inclem
ent weather, as to be compelled to strip
our citiz.ns of their clothing, to shield
themselves from the storm of winter. It
i too bad that our soldiers should be so
tre-itc-d. We think it right to submit our
army of! the invaded States, but we think,
also, that compelling the brave soldiers to
forage for their clothing on the people of
Cumbria County is all wron.
Only a few days since a brace of our
Abolition friends were coining to Ebens
b irg in a sled, one of them wearing a
blue coat, tho property of his brother,
who had served three years in the army,
and obtained an honorable discharge.
A detachment of our brave soldiers met
them, and urged doubtless by the necessity
of the case, as the day was piercingly
cold, stripped the coat from the shoulders
f the countryman, who had to proceed
in his shirt sleeves
Wo Ei.ggst to such of our friends as
honestly acquired a blue coat, to get it
dyed bluet; (a coljr that the " Powers
that be " will not suffer any interference
with,) as we think it the duty of the
Government -to clothe her own soldiers.
The instance above given is only one
of a number, and should be . at
enre Lo,.ed too. We think Cambria
County has borne too conspicuous a part
in the war to be made the victim of raids
of this kind upon her people by the suf-
It has been a popular belief, that under
the Constitution and laws of the State,
every citizen was the sole judge of what he
6hcud eat, what he should drink and
what he should wear. From recent de
velopments in our midst, it would seem
that this is a mere delusion, or at least
that the privilege is to be essentially cur
tailed. Ihe members of the Provost '
Guard doing duty here, being out of ac
tive employment owing to the great depth
of the snow, have organized a scientific
raid upon all persons who may be so for
tunate or unfortunate, as the sequel may
prove, as to be the owner of a military
blue overcoat. The unsatisfied demands
of "mjbtary necessity have caused 4hem
io oe ueeiared contraband not of war but i
of dress. Several gentlemen from the I
rural districts, of ni-..?,,,l..l 1 I... I
been relieved ,f th,r .... i
made to t; iu.m. ul,r.,t ... ... i ..r . ... !
J -J- "ini unit (OltLt. U.UUUL u mi
jump Jim Cro'-;' within the last week.
Till.! ,..,,1 1 . . , ,1 1
,,UU1 " uucxpccie i nanii move-
ment has created wide spread alarm and
intense excitement in this community and
a man who would now be bold enough to
sport a blue overcoat in our streets, would
attract quite as much attention, as Miss
Angelina without hoops, or a verdant
youth with n regular surallvK tail and di
lapidated bell croicti hat. The grievance
is insuperable, for it seems to us, that
if a mar. is not 'gifted with any of that
ambition, that would lead him to to seek
glory at the cannon's mouth, he ou-ht at
least to be indulged in the harmless privi
lege of dressing like a 4 bold soldier btaj.n
The modus operandi adopted by the guard,
is sharp, quick and decisive and is inva
riably successful. The cas.i of one
of their unsuspecting victims at
tracted our especial notice. He was
comfortably seated on a sled load of
lumber and was driving quietly down
High street ; he had on the fatal "blue"
and was singing " lJ;iHy around the flag
Uys," when the soldi, rs of the Guard,
suddenly and to his utter discomfiture ral
lied around him and with strict miiitarv
politmess requested him to hand over his
outer garment ; declining to do so, he
was removed from hie pile of timber by a
gentle laying on of hands and his coat
changed owners. lie looked as if he had
n:-.oiurs or would liL-c to have them and ! .
judging from the peculiar expression of
bis countenance, we were at a loss to tell
whether he would :ive vent to his indigna
cuws or in tears. His fate ex
1'iiou our M'niiKithv. c lwin It i I
threatened the retreating
soldiers to ap
peal to the untjcsiy of the law for redress.
That man had evidently been indulging
in a Rp Van Winkle sleep for the last
four years. Presuming that the soldiers
are acting upon proper authority, the
question, 44 how to sure your blue vcercc.it
is as much mooted in this community, as
that other important question, 41 how to
avoid the dra't." It is a question of vast
importance and upon its correct decision
may possibly hinge the fate of the re-
beilion. We understand th.-,t bom,.-. i....
cd Thebans, who h ive carefully examined
the question, have decided that if a man '
gets his blue overcoat coloied black, the I
whole difficulty is at once solved and he I
may bid defiance to a l"yion of the Pro
vost Guard. We are torry that we can
not concur in the opinion. The dyer's
art will not cut the Gordian knot. It is
simply a question of property. If A
steals a uuts hat from 1 and gets it col
ored Hack, A can indict him and convict
him of larceney. Our advice to the
owner of a Hue overcoat is, to pla e it
under lock and key, to wait patiently but
hopefully until 44 Am aucl ivar is over"
and if he is fortunate enough to survive
it, then to transmit it as an heirloom to
C- It is stated that the Government
has information, receiving through our
Consul at jndon, of the sailing from
Kingstown Ireland, of the steamer Ajax,
which it is not doubted, is intended "for a
rebel pirate. Her armament had gone
or would go out on a sailing vessel.
Notwithstanding the fact that she is small,
it is believed that she will be able to do
much damage to American shipping if
she gets started iu her meditated career.
It was thought she would go to Nassau
before taking on board her guns.
A large Confederate force under
Gen. Pobbins is said to be on the Arkan
sas side of the Mississippi, intending to
crc' into Tennessee. "
Tlie Dark Side ol Uie licl are.
Our leading men in the government
seem to be entirely engrossed with the
dark side of the picture in these old States.
The American citizens of African descent
have engaged almost the entire attention
of the leading men of the majority in
Congress and also in our own legisla
ture. Sumner and Stevens and Wade,
have turned their sole attention to the ele
vation of this race, regardless of the de
gredation they are continually heaping
upon their own race and color. Charles
Sumner brought into the United states
Court a colored lawyer from Massachu
setts and had him admitted to practice be
fore Chief Justice Clia.se and the Supreme
Court of the United States. This negro
John S. Pock, the colored gentleman, we
suppose behaved very well, and whether
the matter i3 right in itself or not, we
don't wish to say, but we do say the shod
dy ites are making a great deal of fuss
about it. Particularly, the special cor-
respondent of the New York Tribune.
lie takes more pains in giving a descrip
! ,Ic takes n,ore lr'xm 8,vmi? :l 'lcnp-
tion of it than he would do at thi corona-
tion of the Prince of Wales. He describes
it as the funeral of the Died .wc !t d
i .-luii, iiKi v. ii. u ii-n stunner anu 1kck me
clrtll ..1 fl I - . 1 II I .1 -
j Pall bearers. It describes the lawyer as
J jet black, hair of an extra twi.-t. of an
I njxravatinc kink. uniua!iii.d jind .l.'iKintlv
44 nigger" with no ' palliation of com
plexion no let down in lip, no compromise
in nose, no abatement in any facial cran
ial or osteciogical particular.
If Charles Sumner lias buried the Dred
Scott decision, be it so, but if he and his
fanatical compeers, have buried their
country beyond the hope of a resurrection,
then they may have been benefactors to
the negro race, but they are malefactors
to the human race leides.
While these things are transpiring in
Washington city our own abolitionists are
busy in Ilarritburg. Morrow P. Iwrv
seems to have taken principal charge of
the colored branch of the concern. They
have been legislating with regard to street
cars for some time, but we have lor-t
sight of it, and dont know where they have
A State contention of colored gentle
men was held at Harrisbiirg the other
day. They invited the members of the
Legislature to attend. Senator Lowry
we believe did attend. This convention
met for the purpose of securing equal
rights to the colored population of IVnn
slvania. Education, the ri-ht ofsuf-
age etc., were discussed.
ture will hardly attempt to amend the.
Constitution this session, the abolition
amendment in Congress may satisfy them
for the present.
They have had ahead- a large portion
of the time of Congress and our own leg
islature devoted to them this winter. It
is not the mission of the democratic party
to crush the negro or the white man
either. The greatest good to the great
est number was always their motto.
And whenever it could be made manifest
that the abolition of slavery would have
that tendency, then would the democracy
.adopt it as a principle by ghing a com
pensation to the owners of slaves. The
democratic party never blamed the South
havi"S riavC9 U waS not their fauIt U
W!'"S fuult f K,ii'Um'i who saddled it
" f"e cou,,t:T irfct, and New England
aherwJ,rds w,, s'HIl it on the South
when it could 1... I.,,,., ......t.i. ...
m m m
Carnival Tor the from.
Although these are rather hard times
to obtain provisions for man and beast,
the crows of our neighboring forest have
lit on a lucky streak this winter. Some
of our enterprising citizens in the. fall of
the year attcn led at the sale of "overn-
1 ment horses held at Altoona and njt rare
bargains, they purchased some horses so
low as a dollar, and they are now feed-
!ofT litem i rn. .t- om. ..1...I. 1. . . .
o i 'n-'.' Km. ii liiaue ineir
home in the woods contiguous to this
place. Whether it is by design or for
the benefit of the crows these horses gen
erally give up the ghost on Saturday night
so that the feast yiu-t be had on Sunday.
There is a visible change in the outward
appearance of this feathered tribe, since
our enterprising neighbors began to feed
them on tin equine race.
Heretofore it took about five of these
crows compactly put up together to make
a shadow, but now they have got so plump
that one ot them in a good sun will make
a shadow and a half.
The dogs refused to have anything to
do with these carrion as there wa httle
or no flesh on them and it would take the
sharp bill of a crow to pick it off. Thev
will be so accustomed to hidi livin-
l, r ... -i i
henceforward that we need have no an-
prehension of them attacking the corn
fields. Indeed we believe that the farm-
s would save money by feeding the
crows on government horses for a month
c , . . . . r.
or so during corn planting time. It would
be a good way to compromise with them,
and would not be more troublesome than
twine and scare-crows.
The Hon. Mr. Dawson on the thir
teenth offered a preamble and resolutions
in Congress which brought the ailition-
: .1 , - , ,
its up to the work in good style. It was
. ... , , " 5 4" ,
tabled by a regular oartv vote. All the
" r t -j
luuui louiMs ouiig io lay tueni on tne
table. It shows us exactly what this
war is carried on for ; not for a restora
tion of the Union, not for the preservation
of the constitution. Tlie war is carried
on that thieves may thrive that shoddy
may plunder. We question very much if
ever the South would lay down their arms,
and a-k admission into the union if these
abolitionist? would let them. They are
not yet sufficiently glutted with blood and
I his preamble and resolutions come
up to the democratic doctrine of how the
war should be be carried on. It never
can be successful under any other pro
gramme, and certainly the people by this
time should know it. Honor to John L.
Dawson; He is not put in the position
that Cotfroth was placed to sell his birth
right for a m s of pottage. The repub
licans may keep their contract with him
and let him le a representative in Con
gress for the next two years, and put
Koontz out of the way by giving him a
location some place else. Cuff rot hs
speech is like the poor man's planter it
would require a great deal of advertising
to make it appear genuine.
"They feed on tears, they fatten on distress.
And wring their wealth from sutl'eriugs
Pnamblc and iotili'on offered by lion.
Jithu L. Jj'tirton. o' litiizyi-atni, ib.
lSo,, and bud on the tabic ly tite
V'.ite 7o y.a io lo icc:
iiLUi: s, The American people
j nave now been engaged inacuil war of
j gi;.'.uitic dimensions for nearly four vears,
whieh has resulted in fright! ul destruction
of life, properly and treasure, creating an
ennmous public debt, imposing the most
oppressive taxes, covering the land with
alUiet;on. corrupting the general morals.
aiel nuttir.n in peril the liberties of the
And Wihzki.as, On the part of
United States, and the people of the States 1 ls '1""? g:nt i" Cuba,
which adhere to their government, this is ! . iiv s;i,,'s uf 7-o't's by ,J. Cooke . bl
and ought to be a war solely to vindicate i '"'"t- ,he vt'ek ending Saturday. lSth,
the Constitution and restore the laws to i Wl"ru 10,200. At this rate the
tlieir just suiiicmacv ; to that we are ' ,vm:illl,i' '' jf tbc loan will be soil b-.-ibrj
ixanid l,y our oaths, and bv our sou nm
pledge.-. inale in the face of the world
when the war commenced : therefore1,
Jlcsond, That the President of the
I nited States be requested to use all hon
erable and iust means fo briter alnait a
lasting peace and the re-establishment of
.raternal relations among all the people
o a restoration of tlie Union upon the
simple and just basis of the Constitution
and laws, wish every proper guarantee to
the Southern States that they shall be
protected in the full enjoyment of their
rights and in that undisturbed control of
tlieir own local all'.iirs which the Feden.l
N-onsiitution was intended to secure to
them and to us.
l"t ul ! a tn u t i 7sT "tr e 11 oral I.ro.
ins soldiers I,,, ,1,., r ,1 ,.a
. w . - .v .i . ... , j.
j ntleman about it. He is a
rebel, but I,.- ;. i..a.i ,...a
ii.tiii-7 v v.ri.iL,l
r t-b. 11. l&b.J. (ii'iiH-:.
uraei-s No. 2.I,, entering ution the
campaign about to open, the General in
Cluet teels assured that the soldiers who
jii-f :inii so nooiv iionie tor.
naiuMnps and dangers of the war roouire
i . . i i .
no exnortation to respond to the calls of !
I a. a 1
1.0..0. ana uuty. vlth the liberty trans
mitted by their forefathers they have in
herited the spirit to defon,, it The
choice between war and abject submission
is before them. To Sllch a j,rol)0!al, brave
men with arms in their hands can have
but one answer. They cannot barter
manhood for peace nor the right of self
government tor life or property.
animailv,;"" ... 1 "V"? 11
doned their comrades in the hour of peril.
A last opportunity i3 offered them to wipe
out the disgrace and esca the punish
ment ol their crimes. pv authority of the
1 resi.lent of the Confederate States, a
ll i note who leivn iiiem.
l"uum 1S nouiu-el to such deserters and
men mnronerlv n. , .... .
. ' i J ' V -V1 lr w,a" rt,ur" IO
luwnich they belong within
.no Mjunesi possible time, not excecdin
twenty days from the publication of this
; order, at the head-quarters of the depart-
suiji, iu n uiuii mey may be
Those who may be prevented bv inter-
lupuon oi communicatiod rnar
within the time specified to the nearest
! enrolling officer, or other officer on duty
' to lKi forwarded as soon as practicable,
o i :. .. r. i
' anu uitoji nroeiiiuiL; ccrimcaies iium nucu
! 4v .. i -,u .i -
wimei, ruoui- coiiinuire iiu una ic-
quest, will receive the pardon hereby of-
! fered. " Those who have deserted to tlie
; . "
' ee.vice of the enemy, or having deserted
aUvl 'V'"" wc" V" ,or ,liC
. same ofiense, and those who shall desert
j or ab.nt tluinsi.lvcs without autljoritv
j after the publication of this order, shall be
! excluded from its benefits. Now does the
offer of pardon extend to offenses than
desertion and absence without permis
Py the same authority it is also de
i claied that no general amnesty will sigain
! le ri"xi w "AuQ to ac
, cei. t t tie pardon now ottered, or who .-hall I the citv.
i r. i i : -
laaeafter desert r absent themselves, J he Mobile Wiv. ,.T.
;.i i., .i...u ...r.... ..... : i. .... . J .. 1 tie
j . il.ihj ii.an n.i.ei nn ii jiimi. - h
i ment as me courts may impose, and
J.e courts may impose, and no
application for clemency will be enter
Taking new resolution from the fate
which our enemies intend foi us, let every
man bevote all his energies to the common
Our resources, fitly and vigorously em-
ployed, :ire ample, and with urate ar-
m.es sustained by a d-t.-rmined and united
people success, with God's assistanc-e,
cannot ho doubtful. Tlie adai.ta"e of
me enemy w.w nave l.ut little value !t wc
do not jierm.t them fo impair our resold-
t.on. 4.et us then nnpose ro..,tancy to
diversity, fortitude to suffering, and
courage to danger, wh the tirw asu-
tlie enemy wi have but little vm!u if we
c , , , . .. .
fathers wii b ecs f ... .f -a f I, - .1 :i
i.tj.v .ij.ii ill- it. mhvi' Tl.M.lf.) I.k inr
divn to preserve it.
P. E. I.ki:, General.
Tlie A civs.
The Pittsburg I'o.t of Tuesday say5 :
One of the cradles of the PebcUioo has
fallen. We mean Charleston. A des
patch on Saturday from Gen. Grant to
Seen tare Stanton, announced on the au
thority of the Piehm..!: ! i.jh;c'i. ..f ihe
18th, that rMierm.ai had oeenpied Colom
bia, the capital of South Carolina, on the
17th, and that this movement necessita
ted the fall of ( harle.-ton. This l,.'u
appears to have U-en of an ' m.-x .rahie '"
character, for yesterday, G.-n. 'v eitz 1
telegraphed to Secretary Stanton from
City Point, .is follows-:
City Point, Va., Feb. 20.
To K M Stanton, S Cretan or' War :
The following dispatch has just been
received, signed U. S. Gran, Lieutenant
General : ilhe Piehm ::d Kxi-ninn- ot"
to-day, ju.t received, says that Charles
ton was tacuated on Thursday hit."'
G. Wk: i ;.!., Maj. Gen.
The news from Sherman isiblv a fleets
j Iht "lJ Illa!'ket. I p to no; n yesterday
fluctuated between 2o: and I'ul. j
j Dates from ilav.-tntia, to the lod, "mst., !
! ,:!te 'l'11' sv.eral more blockade runners
! returned to that place. The re!. is
-.1 . . 7.
j intend purchasing small schooners to run
to the coast of Florida. The cot.IL- tra.
I t,,l w -'laicu nt-xi. .v;i oai.Ks
ii-. . ...... d, i. ....... . . . . v . i ii ...... .
t. .i.4 v. "iin m"-.i. .v.i o o.rvs aim
j li,s'kt''s will supply the loan at p..r
The Amendatory Tax bill passed the
House on Saturday hist, and now go,.;; to
the Senate. It will take the 1-
' '"niittee of the Simate naerly all of this
week to examine and amend it ; so that !
it will not le tin ally adopted until mar j
the close of the session. The tax on!
sales was defeated. The proposition for j
taxing gold transactions twenty per cent, !
was rejected. The House agreed to the'
! t;,x ol K'n l r cent on State ban' ci:ct:!.i-
I tK"- II ls l(e imposed after dan. 1
18GG. It is estimated that the bid will
add from forty to fifty millions to the rev
j President Lincoln has pardoned the
I ""'""""a -.oi. risn, ia,e l'rovost .Marshal
h " ' r T1 "u,!
btutahty were a few month tm.-e, mat-
ter of indignant comment on the part of
am journals. Of ceurc
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j-M.,...iruvJ x.ivi.u oi eui. r ornev
onlerctl to report to John V., at
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j The army appropriation bill lias passed, i ouh and (.l.nein.nuh Toivi.shij
It is only a matter of five hundred mil- " 1'',l'1.'i,y N,iud' ilst' Cn''!tf a:;ii "
lions or so ; or to be precise. SolS"7) ! bdl T".vi;sl.'js.
V- i .. , , -,, , 1 ' -'V I M.-ndav April 3d, Wilmore B r. i:,
o ( Iy this bill, ,he commutation price j Jacks,,', T-wr.shi ,.
fit I efl.-.'I'-s l".t..i. : 1 .... ... . . 1 .
Ul ouiccis. rai ions was increased to fifty
cents. This applies to all ollicers below
the rank of brigadier general, and increase
the pay of colonels thirty-six dollars per
month, that of lieutenant colonels thirty,
and of majors and other ollicers of lower
SK twenty-four dollars.
General Ise, in a letter to General
(Henry A.) Wise, under date of Feb. 4,
says: "the spirit evinced in this docu
ment is the true one. If our jeople will
sustain the noble soldiers of the confeder
acy and evince the same resolution and
'wm,u,: ,,,,,,cr i"r trials which have
fortitude under their trials
t liaracterized the
army, I feel no appre-
... i .
tension about the issue of the contest. I
do not see how we can, by any eompro-
mise or negotiation, abate aught of the
rights claimed in this admiral declarations
without a surrender of the liberties we de-
rived from our ancestors."
j The Richmond F.nm.r, of the 17th,
reiterate the .repulse (,f Kilpati" -fc
Wheeler's rebel cavaTry, on the h '
1 Aiken, 13 miles from Au-usta, an.'lf
. .. . . ue-
iween tliat tuace :inl I '.i mh. I.i ;il . i
i , . ' iwaiulmlle, but the
i ivicnnioi.il H ,? aH there w is . ,i
j at the W.,r Department to w nfv
' fmrt.-d il.r.... t i: .,i i.-n "c rc"
t vi wmi,u to jiai rick
; The rcUls n w estimate the em"
. number ot t,eneral Sherman's fonw Jer
, atiii in the interior of South f'-.,. r
; OIl!v at
1 Tlie Pi.-hmond Wi.i.j of the 17th
all it could learn on inn..;.;.... ...'.i '' f."'--TS
, Department was, that Gener d si , '
i 1 " rill:
tut it was not Injwn
The Wilmington Carolinian ir.t'rv..,.
! that an imnortant m., ...... . . :., ..
- whieh is sup;M:d to le the cvaeuaf.J,
- i rv.uiiiem jKoi.ie are
nt win iMd. i
: cowed. Their Souls, an 1 n..? t...;-i '
- ; are disarmed. Our sfren-ti, i
j x-d, but our courage is oozing out at
' tiii"ers' end
j The Lvik hbtirg Hjmbhcan savs .,re
j Virginia and Tennessee railroad, it j,
; thought, will W- ojicn for travel to' I5rirt
! by the fir-t of March Kep.drs ate
j ,,,,-hed forward with unusual ene-v
j s,.,iie idea of the magnitude of the ,'.?.
j to thnw 1:1V foan..(J fn ,
"mf . .i,,,, ,Vft i...;.i...
! in iMiti mi uiv, i' im-i.-. inn III ? pr
r . . : . . 13
istjiiioi r. lor ;i uimh ei; i m . iv.t..
m.mbl -r fur ., jisIai(4x. t,
j miJIiavc t. be rebuilt, and
j u. tr.,ck to n,laid, Usides
irs u m;,c uf IllfK,r Ct)J1
; (loux j. OJ, asiilim:,lff ,
const fi'iemv "
I'c. on assuming; eoimnun. ,,f
; UK' v ont. ler;it' armv. iuui" a i-om -r.l
! . . . . - r""r'i
. . v. .
r In -a-I. 4-lf -ado carters ( on'.
j i ' '
! February 7th." It is brief, the i :.'v ys;.
I agrapfi bearing on the subject of the war
; being the following :
; l,I mil d -epl v iaip-e-cd wiili ihe !i,.
; eu'ti-'s of ihe Msiiion : and him h!v i:-
v.ki the uidante of Almighty God, I
! rely for ?i!cc,-s upon li e -onrage ami t.;r
j titude of the army, sustained bv the ri
; tiiiXis'tt and Iimjiii s ,,t' the pe.-ple,
i ti-liii- ili.it h ir .aiit -d ( 'J uts, m der lie
ble-ig of II. aen. will seeure pece a:.d
CJT Thomas sp-ll
weather," f-a:-! i
. sehoo!inast..-t to on ! l.i-pupils. ' r
; f-it-t h-i-o i;-r. weather." WeHTheij,..
! you may -U down," said the teacher: !
, thir;k this is the worst sjvell of v.ea.L-.:
j we hae ha 1 sincn Christmas."
T The .Ttrci!;oness of a n-'o;vl,T- i
defuncl. Site is the line old ladv !,,-, 'k
lini; her .-iekn-s, replied to the pi, v. ..,:,!
!:eil Ie- d.'. hi'ed that ll" Could l.e; r; :..
her vouni; ag.iii-: 1 .i
it, hut can v,j
! i :p me : zi ov
T ( C O N S I ' M l' T IVES.
T!-e un.h rsi.vt-d h ivl.t, 1 1 rr. r .-..
he..'th in a
I y .i vt -
r ii.ivir.g sutti-it
1 Vk,f!l :'
e ere i i; . e aT;.;:'! ;. -I, . a'l
'is C iM'ti!i;i 11 is ;,i.i
kn.-wn t- ! i- i. !r. :J. r..r. t
! V" ali wli.. desire , . i r .
' "f the i Te;-ri! 'is;.,! ( . e . ; .
with the .iiiteti -i.s f- r prijvir'iur .:
the S I'lie. wi.i( !. i-v v ;J! t;r ; ,7
; f.-r Cins Mi'in-.v. Asvuma. I'uo
i C-TC.HS. C. I PS. &e. The . n'y ...;.-,
; adtrliser in .-. n h;.g ti e I'ie..r ;!.
i heia I'.t the ; 111 . te.l, ;m.! spn-ad i:;f '
' wlecii he e .! ives t'.l-e iiva u .i
I he h..
I " s 1 s u . ! t 1 e, MI:. I I 1 1 ..- I
at- a '! cos 1 ii'in n.'t-iii-g. ;.:.:: Ti.j.i.
a l lessin-. I'.titi.s wiL:ng the j ::
tlon w;!; (de:-.-e address
liev. !.!VARI) A. Wlhv'X
With o h:;re k:i.-,s ( . v. w V
F. p. 1 j ISU;
c ila f- r ihe vc.ir
'i.it tiic a
e-j iM' e.tr J.
the Commissi r.ers 0:!:--1
of Lot r.sbui :. as i : . .-:
U 1 eCl.er
sunt lii.ukliek Towns1.! f.
Friday Masvii U 1 1 ! i . L Va-
r.ii.J Cambria l;-ouit.
i 44 lii!i.i.iv Mtrt'h l?Tt h Tirr.
i 'gh and Carroll Township.
I ' h. fho. Spri.-.
! VA-itU Tow,.,!..
ed.ie-.i.iv .U.o eli :.tn. lill-
and (.'iast 'f-e.vii steps.
'fhnisd i.v M treh aoth, C -nerr,"
'1'uesd.iy Aprii 4ih. 1st '21 and
-I. .hnsio w n l'.. r- n ! ; .
Wedresdiiy Ajri'l 5th, 4ti: ar.i
V.,:ds J.-hiiSto-.vji B ir. v.gn.
" Thnrsday Grh, Men-tir 'feiv; :?:.::
Summit vi de i r-'ii-h.
' Friday Apii! 7th. Voder Towi -sli i
Minvillv 1h ronh.
M .ndiy April Kith, Hieidan 1 Te;:
" Tuesd.iy Apul 11th, T.ivm .ukI ''
Wednesday April 12th, White Te"';; '
Tiiurs-hiy April-13th, C.unl'ri.ia:.,J:'
t.eet Iiorou -lis.
The Military Appeals of ech d;tri:: T
le tiel 1 at the sme time hii-I 1 '
lining r . . ... . . i ......
i ic 1'ioi-riiv uiv i - in
j Witness our ..t K.i-..i.-.bu -
10th day of March A 1) 18C.3.
JOHN CA Jll ltl-ui
I (A!JS.-. . v
' . UUNXfGA
.viieai, ij, ,rcui.
W m. H. Sechier. Clerk.