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ery and endurance had been filled to over
flowing. his brain las on fire—tears nt)uuttimbon 1 on - al.
could not quench it.
-Take her home mother 1" he erie,l
"take her home ! never fear but I will , , r
bring you food! Mary shan't die ! I'll -
beg beg," ho added ; ‘.nnything to save
her!" I 1
V*o l l r..‘\C); : t .l
wßiailord ! Richard ! do not leave met
shrieked his agonized parent." "Let mo
lose both my children ! if you love your -.
mother, return—for pity's sake return !" IMEWSTER
The appeal came too late. tier son, I
! • -
stung, maddened beyond endurance by the Wednesday Morning, January 2O 1868,
suflerings of those so dear to him, had
broken from her feeble grasp, darted down The Circulation of the H 1111.•
thoroughfare, and was already teyond the tingdon Journal, in great
; er than the Globe and Am
mon of her voice. I erican combined.
Rachel clung to the railings of the E ,-,;.„-,-;:.,.,; :_ . ..„ _
churchyard for support, till a second moan, , CLUBBING IVITIfi 111 (GAB ME&
still fainter than the first, sent a pang . The flantingilmi JOUUNAL h:r one year, and
either of the Magazines for the sasse period,
through her maternal breast.
will be sent to the address of as, a bscriber,
'She must not die in the street !' mut-- .
to beaid in advance as fo ll ows :
mured Rachel .I . l!'me , -. home !if I have I 1%1 Jo and Godey's Lady's Book, for
strength to reach it.' one year, $3 30
'Oh. God I' she cried, wilh a sudden The Journal and Graham's Jlayazine, for
burst of anguish, 'protect my boy ! Shield °"e year, $3 50
The Journal and Emerson's Magazine and
him from/crime; guard him against vicee I '„,„,„ 4 .„ vo „ thig, f or one year,
and the hideous snares which inn thous. I The j,,,,,,,,,/ and Fr„„k Leslie's Family
and forms assail unfriended youth; or take Magazine and Gazetleof Fruition, fur one year
him,' she added solemnly, !take him in
The Journal and Lady's home Magazine,
'llly mercy.' for one year, $3 73
It was a Christian's prayer wrung from The Journal and Peteran's ittagazine, for
a mother's heart, uttered in faith. in ago- one year, $2 75
ny, and tears; and angels &re it to the The Journal and Atlanti-s Monthly, for one
mercy seat on high. yeAr, $3 30
Clasp•ng her perishing child yet closer I SW In another column will be found
to her aching bosom, the drunkards wife ! a notice i.f a Stage line between Mt. Uni•
hastened to her home. ! on and Chambersburg.
As Richard Holtman rushed along the Any person having business nt Chain
street, scarce knowing whither he went, bershurg or any intermediate place, will
and only intent on the one idea of getting find it, much to their advantage to take
by some means, food for his furnished inn- airs route, it being much the nearest and
ther and sister, ho was hailed by Jack cheapest mode of conveyance
Manders, an impish acquaintance who
livid near Richard's home, and to tchoist
he told the desperate state in which he
had left those so dear to him Jack lis
tened with much Interest, and at once pro.
posed to Richard to help him to pick the
pocket of nn old gentleman, who was sta
ring into a window on the opposite side of
the street. Richard refused with horror,
although Jack urged the necessity of at
once getting something to save the life of
his mother and little Mary Jack then
undertook the business alone ; and just as
he had relieved the old gentleinr it of his
pocket book. a policeman sprang from a
.doorway to arrest hire; but Jack 'node
good his escape. Not so Richard, who
was at one,* seized by the policeman us an
accomplice of the escaped pickpocket.
*I am no thief, sir,' cried Richard brew•
king from the strong grasp that herd him,
and throwing himself at the feet of the old
gentleman, who had just come to the spot
*though poverty and hunger tempted to
me become one. My mother and sister
The future history and trials of ti is
poor boy will be given in the New York
Ledger of January 16, whica is for sale
at all the bookstores and news offices.
Summary of the Daily Intelligence
Cuttemx NEWS.--By the arrival at Halifax
of the steamship America. we have news front
Europe three days later. Among the passer•
gem are Madame Lola Montez, and Mr. Thom
as Allibone, late President of the Bank of
Pennsylvania, Cotton was advancing. No
new failures had oceurrel in England. The
process of working the Leviathan steamship
down inward the water had been formally corn
neared tar the sixth time.
NEW SPELLING BOOK.
The undersigned respectfully inform
Teacher= and Batumi Committees that
they have Just published a Pronouncing
Spelling Book of the English Language, ---
by J. E. WORCESI ER, L L D. KANSAS.
The orthography end pronunciation of THE ELECTION.
Dr. Worcester'sWASSlNOTOX, Friday, Jan. 15, 1858.
Various conflicting reports are in circulation
the best usage of the English language. sa i d to .
l'eansylcania Legiitaiure.—ln the Senate, 0 from telegraphs said to be in town tweeting
un Saturday. the Speaker presented a memo. ,lil sPelling BL'ok • •
presents the nam e Kansas—both parties claiming complete one
riul from the Judges of the Supreme Court, •ystetn, and teachers throughout the coon. , seas in the Territory.
praying the Legislature to abolish the several I try will welcome its appearance. It a the 1 have just seen a gentleman direct from the
districts of that tribunal, a n d fix the session: 11101% accurate, coinprehensiv., and coin. T. rritury, and his report is reliable to the bent
permanently at some convenient point for the plete Spelling Book ever published. of his information. He says "The vote on
whole State. Also, the reports of the Monon- the 4th gave a majority agaiiist the Comsat.
gamin Navigation Company, the Norristown The Administration feels confident of ti t . with Slavery. The vote was about 10,000
Railroad Company, nod the State Lunatic carrying the Lecompton scheme through All the returns were hi "
Hospital. Various bills were reported from in spite of the defection in the House. and Thu Republican have carried the Legislature
committees, among which was the bill to re- so assures its friends 11 :he experiment by 2,000.
P eal the act doubling the fee " f the Di ' lrie t fails, then the plan is to fall buck on a part The Democrats have carried the State ticket
Ittorneys in Philadelphia. Among the bills by 1,000 to 2,000.
of Pugh's proposition, and to give the SO,
'moiled on negatively were those concerning . The Legislature has removed its session to
actions of ejectment, the prevention of frauds
an adm i x .4ott conditionaly upon the Lawrence.
and perjuries, arbitrations, and the North non of the Slavery question to the people. I ma Territory generally was quiet, although
Branch Canal °stated.. The bill to author. Several Southern members are preparing some excitement was occasiuited by Gen. Lane,
ice the election of nn additional justice of the I for this alternative. win bad mode numerous arrests ou the ground
peace fur the borough of Media, Delaware of fruuduktit votin,
air %VI:, are in re c ei p t of Hodges' S tanton • •
comity, was taken up and passed. In the law. Secretary bnt on his way to Washing.
Jaurnal of Finance, which after exami.
cr House, the bill on...idiot; fur the purchase ton, and will he here in a few days. The cause
arm executive Malldi" MIS reconsidered and nation, we find to be e Bank Note Reiter ut his visit is Uh 1..., but as he is unaecuin.
again defeated. Mr. Donavan offered a reso. ter of sterling worth; an Advertisetnis..t of puttied by his fatuity his stay will probably be
lotion to increase the Governor's salary to which, in another oolumn, you will find to short.
5,000 per anoint. The Secretary of the Ibe no exaggeration. Call and rue the work.
Commonwealth resented a message from the
Governor, enclosing the reports from the com
missioners appointed to examine the condi
tion of the Bank of Pennsylvania.
Kausgs.—General Calhoun, who had sought
refuge in Missouri from threatened outrage,
Ilan been escorted back to Lecomptun by Uni.
ted States troops.
A Fire nt Clinton, 111., has destroyed over
.50,000 dollars worth of property.
figraslen.—On account of a dispute about
the legality of the removal of the capital, the
territorial Legislature had split into two bod
ies, the majority going to the new capital,
Florence, cud the minority remaining at the
old capital, Omaha, in posses.eion of the ree
Ocneral Pucker, Governor elect of Penney'.
vania, haa arrived at Harrisburg.
Banks Resumed.—The Farmers and Me.
ehanies' Bank of Detroit, resumed business
on Saturday, and the Mechanics' Banking As.
sociation of Nev York city will resume to day
a reduced capital.
Editor and Proprietor.
r =• In another column you will find
un adverasement To Agents." Any en
terprising young man by entering into the
proposition, or the Messrs Todd $
might moke it very profitable to himself
'l'ry it gpothimen
Ear We have before us Graham's
Magazine for the month of February, this
number will compare favorably with any
of the Nlagazines. We cheerfully roe
minuend it to the reading public. l'he
price is IP; but we will give the Hunting
lion Journal and the Magazine for one
year, for 8 ~50.
SAROEANT'S SCHOOL MONTHLY.— This
is the first number of a new Magazine for
pupils and teachers, schools, and families,
' containing exercises in Reading and Dec
lamation.Original Articles, Educational
News, etc Every number beautifully
illustrated. Edited by Epes Sergeant,
Boston, Mass; Price $1 per annum.
Teachers and pupils should not neglect
to subscribe for the Magazine.
Its design will include information of
I every kind that may advance the interest
of the School room, and help trackers to
keep up with the times on questions per.
twining to their profession.
Address Epes Sergeant, Boston, Mans.
Front Hodges' Journal of Finance.
NEW YORK BANKS WINDING UP.
The following is a list of banks in this State
that are winding up and going into liquida•
Agricultural Bank, Herkimer,
Bank of Central New Yurk, Utica,
Bank of Hornellsville,
Bank of Orleans, Albany,
Bowery Bank, N. Y. City,
Chemung Count). Bank, Horse Heads,
Rout River Bank, N. Y. City,
Cruders' Bank, N. Y. City,
Hamilton Exchange Bank, Greene, .
Hollister Bank Buffalo,
Island City Bank, N. Y. City,
Medina Bunk Medina,
North River Bank, N. Y. City,
Oliver Lee & Co'a Bank, &Milo,
Ontario Bank, Utica,
Ontario County Bank, Phelps,
Pratt Bank, Buftklu,
Reciprocity Bank, Buffalo,
Sacker's Harbor Bark, Buffalo,
Yates County Bank, Pen Yan.
liiiirThe revival in the M. E. Church is still
progressing. A goodly number have been
. thirty five perches of land, in Franklimeounty.
The Commonwealth has had the use of this
From the urveyos. General rein- money ever since. It is, therefore, proper to
tive to flee ovrearnites dire on add interest to the sum paid in 1826. Thin
lands purchased from the .
Commo would swell the amount received by the Corn
~,,,,,,,, ~,,,., 0,,,, , / ' me,nwealth from the Brown tract, up to this
Harrisburg. Jan. 13, 1838.] date, to one thousand five hundred and four
lion. Wm. U. Wetho, ' teen dollars and thirteen cents. This turn is
Speaker of the Senate: I worth about ninety one dollars per annum to
SIR :—I rospectfelly beg leave to make you the Treasury, at six per centutn interest.
the medium through which to call the attention Scattered all over the State are thousands of
of the people to the import.ce of early and truets as large and as valuable as this Brown
salutary legislation in relation to the arrearages : tract, in Franklin county, which never have
due on lands purchased from the COMM.' paid anything into the Treasury of the Coin•
wealth. The graduating act of 1835, baring . monwealth, in the shape of purchase money or
expired by its own limitation in December last
interest. eked yet, although the (nets is reap further legislation will be required, unless it is
, ing ninety one dollars per annum from the use
designed to throw us buck upon the statute ex
isting prior to the prirsage of the am
of 1835. ! °Rite purchase .moors and interest heretofore
: derived trout the Brown tract, the owner of
The act of 1816, requ iring thecompounding th a t tract is compelled to delimit to th • same
of the principal and interest, and the churffilig , rate of taxation as, the owner of a tract that in
of interest on the aggregate thereafter, which l unpaid for and unputented. In other words,
has been revived by the expiration of the gra- I the Brown tract contributes ninety one dollars
dilating act, would, it' confirmed and enforced, more per annum to the support of the State
give great distress to many good citizens of the governtnent than any unpatented tract of the
Commonwealth. On the other hand, the re-en. I same size and value. And this unjust burden
aetmant of the law of 835, would revive a I it will continue to bear so long as there is an
system which not only tails to du equal .d
Unpatented tract of equal value in the State.
exact justice to all who have purchased lauds
Against such inequality as this, every just
from the State, but also cuts off all hope of
of the moneys due ac
complishing the collection' man in the Commonwealth ought to cry aloud
; It is astonishing that those who have paid for
from that source, within the lifetime of any
man now living.
ago, their lands have not cried out against it long
and demanded the collection of what is
As stated in my annual report, the amount due front others or the refunding of what has
now doe the Comenouwealth on account of • been paid fey themselves.
lands, in the opinion of those most conversant l D o what 7,2 may now, we cannot do equal
with the business of the department, is about
six willians of dollars. The interest on this .
' justice to all who have purchased land from
tits State. It is too Into for that. But the
sum, at six per cent. per annum, would be three ' Legislature may partially restore the equality
hundred and sixty thousand dollars, and yet the
receipts from lands for the year 1857, amount-bydestroyed by varying leg,islation in the past.
authorizing the computation of interest here
to but little more than twenty-one thousand dol- after in the Manner proposed in my annual re
; tars! And this is about the annual average of port. That mode of charging interest is firun.
receipts from that source for some years putt. ly believed by ate to be better calculated t..)
In the ten years immediately preceding the do justice all around, than any other. It is,
passage of the graduating act of 1835, the re- as it ought to be, liberal to those who bought
their lands at high rates, whilst it does no he
eeipts were six buttered and eighty-seven thou
sand dollars, whilst the succeeding twenty years justice whatever to those who were furtunate
yielded only four hund.ed and seventwo thou- enough to purchase at the lowest price.
sand dollars. I -Doubtless the number of pateista taken out
If the graduating act 0f1835 Is incapable of annu a lly would be greatly increased if the
producing better results than th e se, would it people were rightly inform s d of the require
ments of the law. Iluf:a of the neglect here•
not be folly to return to it ? Would it not be
tofure clisplay::.l is I)robably attributable to a
wiser to strike out live of the six millions of
dollars due, nod cod, ' die %.,..,',;',,.:: milii%... „,,,,, ~t• proper knowledge. Coupled, there•
w i t hi n a u„asunahl, ' . ' , :e '••• ' ' , '„. .vitlu en% legislative enactment on this
mast. why Ile' I ..•.2:•; ' . .. . : '
.' . ':- :-• :;;ht to be a clause authorizing IM..II.INTSEA.M,
debtors.l the ~,,0 1it., . . ',,'' •• . o. ''''''' " tin: , urt.loi• tient:l . 6l to publish the net, urn tl , tee iv. T. I'ributte..l
laude, of five-sixth of their indeleeduess. the synopsis of its provisions, in nearly all the The careless reader may be misled by Tele
der the peculiar Circumstances of the case,
newspapets of the State. if ignorance of the graphite advicea that •lthe Legisla ture of Kate
! I they should not, be harshly dealt with, but in
my judgment sufficient leniency would he . ' law is to excuse no man, then the law ought sas" has dune this or that inconsistent with
to he printed where all men can see it. what he suppose. to he the political leaning of
that assemblage, It must be steadily borne itt
tended to them if the recommendations of sty Respectfully, your obedient servant, that
that there are no less than three distinct
report, in regard to the calculation of t,
interest mid the entorceuaent of payment, were JOHN ROWE, Surevor General.
___....--........441.--.-- and divieee bodies, each claiming to be "tlm
carried into elicit. • I(ANSA.S • ! Legielaturs of Kansan'"—namely:
- Of late the public mind hart been directed, , I. The Free Stale Legislature, elected en .1.118
with more than ordinary solicitude, to the re- THE ELECTION. ago under the Topeka Coustitution, and which
duction of the pub.ic d e bt. The people have recently convened at Topeka, but is understood
fixed their hearts upr.au wiping out the burden TWO LEGISLATURES IN SESSION. to have Mace adjourned to Lawrence. This
under which thu I .:;onimonemalth has groaned body is entirely free from Border Ruffle..
no long. Every 'department of the government Gov. Robinson's Message. ' 2. The Territorial Legislature, chosen lust
should respond to the patriotic wish of the October by a pretty general vote of the citizens
' people. Nerve is capable of ren d er i ng inure Of- S T Louis, Saturday, Jae. 16, 1858.-I'he of Kansas and the Missouri Border Ruffians..
festive 'service in this behalf, than the one over Republican learns that Gen. Calhoun had re- i This Legislature would have had a Pro Slavery
which. I have the honor to preside ; but to de. turned to Lecompton under an escort of UM. , majority, as its predecessors had, by mean:lel
ve,iop its real resources, an act of Assembly ted States tro o p s , and that he would leave t the fraudulent VOW from Missouri and the 'eau- ,
conebitting liberality itt its provisions, with a Leavenworth on Wednesday last for Washing- deism count of some thousands of votes never
'Stringent cleusa for their enforcement, is utbso• ton with the Lecompton Constitution. The , polled; but Gov. Walker rejected the bogus re•
lately required. Without zoomed of this char vote npon it is expected here to night. I
turn front Oxford, and thereby gave the great
natter, the business of this d e p a rt men t will drag The Leavenworth Times of the 9th says ceteral district. comprising Douglas and John
its slow length along fur centuries to come, ad• that reports indicate the success of the Free son Counties to the Eree State men who there
ding the insignificant sum a b ove m a t e d to the State ticket, while the rites against the Cutt- ,by obtatued a majority. This majority inject- ,
annual receipts of the Treasury, and constant- atitntion probably exceed 15.000. ed the fraudulent returns fvoin Kickapoo,
lo g.a ting from fru a final settlement of our
1 The Leavenworth correspondent of The whereby Leavenworth County was made to re-I
; laud altairs. • Democrat says than so far as heard from the turn a Pro.Sla, ery Delegation also; su that
Whatever law the Representatives of the pco•
Free State party has secured 31 out of 44 Rep- now the Free State men have at least three. I
plc, with the sanction of the Governor. may
reeentatives, and 14 ont of 19 Senators. The fourths of this Legislature, which, probably,
lay down l''''' my guidnne" , I shall faillifull Y ll ' l " vote against the Constitution is about equal has also adjourned to Lawrence, as there are
low; but I confess to some anxiety to see a law
to that polled at the October election. Gen- no lit accommodations at Lecompton. This
passed that will unlock the wheels of this de. tlemen who left the Territory on the 11th inst., Legislature is now holding its first regular see
teport tiffs Democratic State ticket elected. Muir, that of December having been au extra
pertinent and enable it to tnake an important
annual contribution to the Treasury. With six
called in advance of its re , ular day of
millions of dollars outstanding—not in the '
TERRITORIAL LEGISLA TURE Tim sal ' i ' ) " ,
MEsS A GE—THE A DJO URN MENT— meeting lby See. Stanton, told norm; under it
hands of debtors of doubtful responsibility, but
THE ELECTION. pledge to him not to transcend a limited ran 4 e
all :.tenred, so to speak, by first mortgages on 1
real estate—what, but intrinsic inefficiency in i LECOM of actio n. PTON, K. T.. Jan. G. 1858. •
I the law, oe gross neglect of duty by the officer, , The Territorial Legislature got a quorum
The Slave Stale Legislature, elected under
is to ; resent the land office from contributing yesterday and reorganized. An attempt in the bogus Constitution recently framed by Cu!
the boon & Co. at Lecompton, This Legislature
I'd to meet at Lecompton. The Free State par.
several hundred thousand dollars annually to
o ea ni u c c .e u r s a, h b a t c i l t l i i t ee fa n u n e Vzt i . d o c b h o a t t i l i ge b s r iz b o e. f ,
the Treasury tel the Commonwealth?
ty resolved nut to take part in the election h e ld
and the 4th inst. under the bogus constitution,
If it is not intended to let the arrearages on
a r e t sothluet
special ion. nce s te i d o :I . !
~, of t
h th e e o o l a riz 7 . : i ll os t e h : b
and accumulate forever, the work of collecting
on ut a minority nevertheless bolted and put up
them may tut well be commenced now in ear-
Legislature. State ticket, urging nominations in the seve•
' nest. If their collection is difficult, time will Gov. Danvers sent in his Message, of which
rat counties, and the recommendation was par
only increase the difficulty. I send a copy. It is a singular and 'rather in.
. tinily acted en. Our latest adviees indicate
If it should give rice to complaint, the longer ground, in
solent document. He takes the
the election of the Slave Democracy's State
the matter stands arid the larger the grow, the the first place, that thin body ought to do no
ticket at thin election; but a probable Fr is
louder wilt be the outcry. But the difficulty „f thing but wait the action of Congress an thin
State majority in the Legislaur e. It must be
Lecompton Constitution. If that Constituti on collection, or the justice of complaint, is tint
remembered, however, that Regent Calhoun t
wealth is too clear to be disputed, and all will
admit that her Legislature has the power to en.
The cla i m of the c ommon. be accepted by Congress, all action of this
c anvasse s the returns and declares the result
Legislature will be nullified, as the schedule
and hasjust go. to Lecompton under agent-di
, incorporates the acts and powers a the form.
ofUnited States troops for that purpose. What
er Legislature, all of which would thus become
force it. That she has heretofore indulged her
a part of the State Government. If, however, result he may declare cannot he presumeddebtors, when surely pressed by her own pecu.
the Legislature should disregard thin advice, from the returns us cast, though three-fourths
Mary obligations, is no reason why she should
of the Pro-Slavery vote returned was either I
he goes on to suggest what they ahould high.
henceforth abstain from the assertion of her
I late on. Several of the subject. are of the east by Missourians, or by ru ffi ans who voted
rights. ' eight to twelve timed each at Kickapoo alf
an d common place, but he makes the somewhat '
Apart from the wants of' the Treasury, other dens of fraud. Though a large portion '
Messer) of the Governor of Wisconsin. disconnected from all considerations in refer. . extraordinary, and, I think, unwarrantable of the Free• State party refused to vote at thin'
t h ere : statement, that there is in Kansas a secret , . 6couo, the i r 1, 0 ,, e ,,, poll in „ everthde , 6 t h e i,,,,
' M.thist., Friday, Jon. 15 , 15 :A. sacs to the re d uc ti on of the public debt,
Gov. Randall delivered his message to-day. ex i s t., i n my opinion, a strong reason why all band of assassins, which he likens to the Mor• the legal vote of the Slave Democracy. But
Among other mitten, be discusses the banking the delinquents onthe books of this depart. I loon Danite band. He recommends legisla thin fact exerts no influence over the declared
, rive action against them. As this is a story
law of the State, and advises such action as ment should be compelled to extinguish the result.
will check the evils growing out of it. He re- amounts due by them, without further noose- I evidently for circulation in the States to in jure There was another election held under the
commends an investigation in the charges of essary delay. Justice to those who have paid , Kansas. I hope he - will be pushed to the wall auspices of the Territorial Legislature on the
011 it, and the evidence demanded which led 4th Mat., at which a vote was taken "For th,
bribery and corruption in the distribution of the for their lands imperatively denumds it. A
. Lecompton Constitution wan Slavery;' ditto
public lands, under the act of 1856. Be ad- great wrong la done to the holder of a trnet 4 him to make such an extraordinary statement
vacates a Pacific R ai l roa d l ug t he ,a umbers pamiited ! so d a
whose menu Ihn Gnomon under cover of an o ffi cial paper. I learn that !,, wiTuutp , ~,,,e,..„ and i "AGAINS the Le.
ruute ; and discusses the Shivery question at wealth 1,„,, lung enjoyed the io ,„ ) ,; w h,.„ ~,, action will he taken in reference to the matter . „ ~ .'' '.
1 comptou yououution." Very Mw but Free '
feu IL taking strong State Rights •gruuttds.— i s ma d e to pay an equal „„i„ail, „I tax w ith and that his authority will be demanded.
1 State men voted, and they of course voted a.
opposed to F e d e ml e n cro a ch men t to his neighbor, whose land is uupatented, and TM Legislature takes a recess until Friday, I •
gamut the Lecompton Constitution. It a t tele •
beculit the Slave Power. from whom the public treasarY has never re- having adjourned to Lawrence. When the graphee that this vote will foot up about fifteen
ceived a dollar of purchase money or interest. , bill adjourning to Lawrence was presented to 1 thousand, which in at least four titue the largest l
Jeont Coffitan.—This gentleman has re.
Burned the practice of the legal pr o rba a i on . th i a The monstroue injustice ur foxing., at the , Acting Govt Denver, he hesitated about vote that was or can be honestly polled FOR
ample sitailuments, joined to his brilliant same rate, lands which have been paid for and ' ten miuutes, tried to read the document, and the Lecompton Constitution.
powers of oratory, will, we bath no doubt, tie. those which have not, without compelling the . finally approved of it, but in ratter an awk - ' Such are the auspices under which Mr. Bu•
cure to him a career as . advocate not less
immediate payrnert of ammeages, can easily ; ward manner. I datum coininencea in earnest the job of forcing
successful and distinguished than his recent
be illustrated. For exampht—ln 1826, Ed. I that Constitution through Congress and bring
adintnistration of the law as a judge was dig. 1 Many of those vho have been in Lecomp. ing Kansas into the Colon as a Slave State.—
nified, impartial and satisfactory.
lug will be done in the Territorial Legislature 1
I ward Crawford, executor o f J o h n 8. Brow n , , ton are going to Topeka, or have gone. Noth- He is likely to have u good time of it.
I paid into the State Treasury the sum of five
ce lt7 t d , re b d ei t i s ig tid th e e ig p te ch n . do e l mo lare ney and and fift
returns do notcom c in, bat I ; Cl o t i r i i i s t ttzl l i & to o t . a
i l i nirque had
aldrA report was pro valeta at Key West on
board who were pro-
ou two hundred and eighty two acres and ' have heard from several more places. It is . Ceeding to Gen. Walke r's aid. •
A meeting of the Huntingdon co., Ag•
ricultuml Society, pursuant to adjourn.
ment, was held in Huntingdon on the e-'
vetting of Wednesday 18th inst., and or
ganized by appointing Hen, jno. C. Yet
eon President pro. tern.
The minutes of last meeting were read
and adopted, when after some further pre
liminaries, the association proceeded to the
election of officers for the coming year,
the following persons being chosen ;
President—Gen. J. C. Watson of Brady
I I. Hamilton, Franklin
Eli Wakefield, Brady,
John Rhodes, Ilenderson.
Perry Moore, M rris,
L. Stever, Cassville,
Jen. P. Stewart. Oneida
F. H. Lane, II u utingdon,
John Porter, Alexandria,
Livingston Robb, Walker,
Richard Chilean. Union,
11. Isenberg, Esq., Juniata,
Wm. Moore, Went,
J n 0. Lang, Shirleysburg
Geo. W. Speer, Shirley,
IC. L Green, Clay,
W. Hutchison, Warriorsrn'k
Jas •Cree, Dublin,
A. C. Blair, Tell,
H Aurandt. 'nod,
1. Cunningham, Barree,
Jas. Entriken. Birmingham
Col. Jun.Cresswell, Peershurg,
Roht. Midden, Springfield,
Prier Stryker. Porter,
R,olph Cronzley, Pass,
A. U. Neff, Penn,
Deal 'I eague, Cromwell,
Gao Jackmn, Jackson,
Thos. E. Orb , son, Orhisonia,
J F Rooney,
Gm. W. Speer,
7'. H. Cremer,
Geo. Jac k son,
The meeting was then addressed at
some length by Mr. M•Allister of 'shire
co., in lwhii;lof ;he Pennsylvania EMI,
era High School, stating the present con
dition of the institution, its future pros
pacts and its true object.
When the following resolution was of.
lered by 11. Hamilton Esq., and unani.
Resoletd. we appreci ate the im
portance and approve of the object of the
Farmer's High School of Penna., and that
to secure the appropriation of Stls.fillo,
made by the Legislature on condiiiim that
a like sum be contributed from other sour
! ces. Huntingdon County will contribute
at least $1000; and that Geo W. Speer
and Joua tl' Williams, members of this
Society, who were appointed by the Board
of .Trustees, collectors. be requested in
;take immediate measures to carry this
resolution into effect.
The following resolution was offered by
J. Simpson Africa, was also adopted :
Resolved, That the thanks of the r;cmi
ety are hereby tendered to Hon. Jonathan
M Williams for the able and energetic
'Manner in which he has dmoharged the
duties as President. '
On motion the Society then adjourned
to meet on Wednesday evening of the fir
week of the April Court.
JNO. C. WATSON, Pree't.
11. AUDIVITT, S ,
J. F RAMEY. S eC YS.
ser-Lutz, the murderer of O'Leary, hag
been found g uilty of murder in the first degree.
They seem disposed to vindicate the law iu Al
reported that the Border Ruffians have got The Premium Calf
tip a vote of 1,800 in Johnson County, in spite i 'Vermont sends in a claim for it :Mare of the
of all precautions. At Leavenworth, where prize awarded to Messrs. Preilion for the finest
the Free State men generally went into the fat calf. Our correspondent likes our plan of
election, there was a heavy vote thrown. In exciting competition...tong farmers by these
Leavenworth City the vote stood t For the Le I "honorable mentione,"..and mints us to my
compton Constitution with slavery, 8; For that !Eamon Northrop of Franklin County,
the Constitution without Slavery, 2; against Vt., has a calf that he bought of 11. N. Tracy
the Lecompton Constitution, 1.384. For the of amend., C,miity that was fed three
bolting Free State Ticket the vote stood front months on a pailfull of skimmed or saw milk,
1,164 to 1,169. The Pro Slavery men polled night and morning, with hay; and alter that
260 votes rot the Calhoun State officers. At time IL quart a duty of wheat shorts was added
Kicknpoo, by voting two or three times over by Me new owner for five months, mince which
and getting Missouri votes they ran it up to' his milk has been reduced one half; and
905. Th e y wou ld p a y no a t ten ti on t o F ree . at nine months old, lie stands four feet night
State challengers ; and although troops were on the shoulders, issix feet four inches long,
Present, they merely served to protect the jud•
girth over live feet, and neighs fi3o
ges of election in their rascality. At Dela. though not fed with the intention of
ware, about noon, Col. Noteware, and several 2'ornado.—A great Isom at New Orleans,
other Free• State men, who had bans dialler'. t h e 15 t h, unroo f e d ~,e ra l blew
ging voters, were driven from the pelts by the
Border ruffians, who were armed with bow• down others, knocked down chimneys, broke
ie-knives. The troops were present but allow- fifteen wails trout their mom:figs, caused the
ed it•to be done. The Vree-State men would lose of several and did immenee deem
gee to steatnboa,, tow hoots find 'lin
have raise: force, gone back and routed them,
but it was understood that the troupe, in Bahl fliarl he Northamptai mist at
a case would interfere. When these judges a late wedding in an th.i hide
were thus driven oft; the Ruffians were rolling who had just esreoscd her third ht.d,dedi re•
up a bogus vote. quested the gouts to sing the hymn of which
From Donipham County, I learn that the her flist husband was so fond,
vote against the Lecompten Constitution, el• final tho ;main." Phoey thi plcc
though large was not full. The people of that Hulot of the happy bridegroom
region as elsewhere generally declined to elect
State officers under the Lecoropton Censttu•
I suppose the Pro-Slavery men will get up
returns enough to carry their State ticket.
Some 8,000 or 9,000 voto,, will be polled a
gainst the Lecompton Constitution. Perhaps
it may go as high es 12,000, but I scarcely
think it, as it is midwinter, and the people
were disge.sted with elections generally, wig:
to the presence of the bolting ticket.
The troops went down to Oxford, but found
nothing to do. The two Johnson County Jud
ges arrested for election frauds are in tea
-1 renee. and have been examined Itelbre Judge
i Miller. The Pro• Slat ery men threatened it,
take them by a writ of habeas corpus, issued
by Cato, and then proceed against the partie,
arresting them, and get the United State,
Marshal and troops to a, est them.
The election returns of tho 21st are not yet
opened. Calhoun has not yet retur..ed from
Leatte n worth.
EIT.T "k' tsr 1 1)1,u4
ter in Yt,rl; ( ix! ia .•
that the - etEr.bt East tr..
be to Q'ari•Aianize halt' very rapidly. Lc
—t ',lee the helluenee of this general
tine of what ie nenessary to secure the
Emi , :re in India, the government will I,cv
1110 M Mill more Christine
' 111 , 3 L. I!
The 1)- - .. ,, t'fltiC Div.
take 1 • ;•.
wader the I,el.
less it shall he ratili , ,l ; .
the 1)1 , 1m:3r will 01
ten it letter heartily
v.: 2 3". Gov. Wi,e, of V
S til his Im:ill.'
liuvssm question, n 3
letter to the Taint.'
V:V. We cull attelitiolk It
the ot,ly remesly [hat eau r
prb,tiuu ti , 1.111 11:1A givon i I
tllei The i , tore,or le. the ~,zhe:o..h: I.
hitieire,i or 1,117,5 'oy this
111.11 Wt. Vil II 1,1'1i:111S
to all who 1,1,1 to ti,e ibis valuable pck , parA
At Lutitloll Madison Co., °hi
NIU. ,1.111E3 LOADER to MISA :11.1t1f,
TRIMBLE or HwniCl t It I'm.
,~J c.~ ,
Oa tho i
for Flour to day, and
inactive; $1 70a$5 r
—'lima is vtl.v littl:• dew
R•heat offering; 1•25.11:;:,
lilm; 65 'II,
CORN d L per hake'.
RYE FLOUR.—S3I;OII3 G 2,1 per bus
moderate demand; :33.
AWARDEDTHE JOURNAL JOB OFFICn
anE3C3O 133 M T. , :;;Rr
111 Lii'a \ ItI
We request ;how ut our nuteierib;re who re
eive their papers, to inf,..11 Us of those in their
immediate neighhurheuil6 who urn subseriberis
to the ''Jourttal," and Ii: failed to receive
the same, einee the shall of our pack-book,
1,3 ruffians on the 11th of Octolier.
The Huntingdon daa Company
At the auuuul meeting of the steekhulders of
thin company heft en Monday !he 11th inst.,
..101111 SCOTT, W. P. OaaNux, l e. 13. Iv. ido •
:VIINVItIE, Wit. Dune. .le., and J. SIMPSON
Armen, wore elected uettia.,ers fur the current
Sherman's Valley and Broad Top Rail
Notice is hereby given, that a special meet
ing of the stockholders of the Shernuver
ley and hoed 'fop Railroad Ownpa ay, will be
held at the hotel of Wilson L. Kline, at Burnt
Cabins, Fulton county, on
Wednesday. the 10th of February,
at 10 o'clock, at. in., of stud day, for the pur
pose of electing a President and twelve Direr.
tore for said Company for the ensuing year.
A. P. WILSON, President,
Jcars ELDER, Secretary.
Ni7.41./%1 4 1°M1):
IIEA ANI , CORN wanted at this
office. Musa having either eau dispose of the
canto by calling soon.
t 6.• I tit I,