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Porthe PoMr.Tourual. I tot emigate to Kansas or to semi , other
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. - -Not., j:hoye expriTsed . Div mind: just
NV.i.1..1- - .. , :1),..7Mich. Aug. 14. 1 ., 18,7,8. , ail 4elioye, and : have described :the Court.
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Ne... l'.ft.ts; -si :-. , : ,: - I try jtast ;se; I-Pink - it; ill bear; and 'Mv
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De.„ , s ir: p r e s ,,,i, vg : i - ,) ins . ( I,._ ; ...egire cats ~: _ ett
.tan, to over, Dr under
partureft;VA? .e.IOs, I engaged to write tai rate 4.'1 1 • .
Permit m , . , •C, , ripw. .34 , , Th.liter, to .5:11' a
roan' N., - •;:;:•.;. iiicn • ct,i, - Yett'ins . i'tirth. i t het,
• , ••truf.:;d , 4g . - Ar,,11...3 Cp , c4(11;?Cp110:t1:1c; a tact ;-trOrt.l fora tittre..;Mrfitiou of et y, en t- q - fr i t i p 4
I.miitory , ,i - o the ,k h h,,_,.„ Fa, . ,i ; : 4 ,1 ti ,.,. 7.hey i I-have just visited in the state of Niel,
~t.r, quite :iii :readers - of the ,T6t , ,e,,N1, A 4,' t fr.i_lt is loeatedithout, one hundred 'Hod thir
. f'.„/ t vo. 4 ld .h r t_your r 'plet-tsu . re t %; -,i,ta1ui . „,.,. t. „; ly miles north of Kalamazoo, itt the corm
_ . 4n . on. th e
_.'.p a sser throu r g_h it_s ... columns. I . ,JI ties °r 310 e.astc; cud. Osceola, d -
to kuon - .l•Niu.skepn - river. - .As - near - SS' 1 - could
-_. it. --- eis..y. also- . be: int ere,..titut
there were about 40 - or .5!) town
. I..6:w.iiitt'grevt interYiMing will .eournare l ;: learn,
:aith. these of Potter. Lthital. - that wheat - , t' 'll of this 1t914: The soil is ti black
- .totn itod • kia..s., •in the vie'inits. of :Neils, MO ito . 4 .elity, loom, till.. Anifzicbo level
.ille Ni- Y. were ;I :trifle .be • tt • ••-the' h ~Ivith n4mbrrins,r rills and blooks, mad an
I,,atte in r0i „,,.. _ : A s t e r l eitrin „. x ii t , ll. . itteeta-totitil _tributary to the 'A:tisk-con
• , ..z ' 1 ; sutllelett!lt . , lurge for nulls and Maeldnery.
it ,, • I - - . - ; . ,
-' 111 "-i I 2411 - ;.49- yktil ? re.',e•lidu g e_ until
..r , F . E•ejk o„lii,ii,„...o.alyiscir. C 0..., , 0 ; . timber is maple, - elni, beech, iron
;" ' .d -. 6 . ' The
..-p t lie g ' S. W. f r O to 01,.',,i.4:4 1 - -d . ' lleio th ,,.• weed,. thorn-a1... 2 de, walerlch. and once
''arth .. aPl - earetl ttIPIC_ arv..and tie cror, -, 4 lin ,:l while a . wild Idnl°.- - The. 'tiro c^ ie
- "began to ;inp';.o - e. in ' their ,-, , . I matted, from' II) to 18 inches '1.;‘ , .11, with
~. .- - ~-,, ~
~ - aprieJrall; e, ,
...* . n - continued -t,o do se through the rtst et - T-cabbagit, leeks, wild grass,
c • • 1 Ohio .and Indiana, 'to Te'rce Haute,`miming vines, and other herbagethat af
e nen to._•ayette Co., Illinuis, corn it • t' '''''` h-t f c t4
iii- - - - t e l itial .o. the hest:Trollies of
p „i t i t . :; 44 .l . showed room sins of ket.t.. c Kansas, l'iPl maple's - reaeh • a .Iteightli
warilnel. .p D t i la I neared tit. Louis, :Me. ~ 1 1• 2 3 . ' 0 9 d any that r. have•t'eelt before, and
I fall; myself in a for more producti:;:';:. the -elms. peer up like go many 'pines.—
priiblly. ;he most numerous
- i'll . -4 frnit:fili conntry than I have hitherto'' I,l°,_ei,m is
:Trituessed. .:ks I passed up the Missouri. of. thelarg°:•iluihei; Trees- Of all kinds
- ri"7.:r, a distance - of 400 miles to Tc.;t:lF:i . grnlV vets thriltY' shut and high , 8114
. into - K ztusas ..r en .h, )ry their ttitalts, entirely clear of. limbs fill
. l'ity, thence
appear near thnir tops. 'faking it
threugh the Shawnee Reserve, a'distanee 'theY
'.Of alr...int ZIO miles, I stue the h ngeSt .Iy inal Illrge, its rtilail is hard to be found,
if I ever saw a country fixed up in a net
- Arowth of earn apt I ever had the pleas
mural Sunday suit, it was when I was in
, l ure of seeing In, fact corn appeared t o
Meeosta and Osceola euunties..
;, - 1. - !: the- staple, 'as far up the Dyer as I
„froveiled. Wheat looked ' rather p ,- ..0r, i Those cennties .are new,. but settling
- I:mil:Lid Dili for a food crop. . Yery fast. Wut. Breen, Of 13eauville, Al
- There is now quite a tide of emigra_ ilegany Co., N . , 17, has purchased about
it ', 1300 aersa there. J. G. Robbins, °four
thin' from the - east to MigspEri, and if
had a ;et:es &oast/twit-fa ..:I knew of tin !county, has purchased there. Any one
_renntrythat coulti,ofrer so great induce- I ' h ° wishes to acquire farther
.e=mot. iot.' that country, wonid (10 Niell to write to
'either of tho s e, gentlemen.
- As for Kat say she was Una
tiountfes are surronuded with
- ..ble - -,to show herself ill as a favorable a Th('"e.
.eonljition 'as she would have dune had Piueries, and nand plains that are very
slit: not been laburine: under a (1100th ;----- }-""'rem . •
Tot. swop vocii„3 it; the vicinity o f ( ...,,i,„_', • The plr ,: re that Ihavo just described
it City, there had been 110 ran. This nappens tO ke one of Nature's bri ,-, luest
preyed :coito ti drawboel4 4)11 • ; li e mti ,, , , spots and :.tocatOd at a point, where it is
gspecialiy st, this 4 on.-:04 oftil ,- : year, (Jun: moat needed. : . :i. A. St,Anv
4 juV.) I think the last day Of July ;--- '
triiie itzt a nice storm: It rained furious
ly for four .or five hours. This gave a
fresh appearance to every kind of herbage.
The cern unrolled its :leaves, and all
thing started anew to improve. For sev
vral?days previous -to the ;;.in, the•-therett
ly got up to iir• and twice to 115'.-
- llad it not been for the continual breeze
.that never 'ceases in this country, I think
.'bald 'bald hive been detibt'iul whether tve
have dsurvivedv so hot a, climate
I think I never before inhaled so purel
atmosphere as is Common to this Ter
4itor7. It sets so sort in ones - lungs that
It affords a pleasure in' breathing it. Cu'.
4..stinptive and bronehetive invalids aro
sore td improve by coming .hure.
The natural resources of the Torritori
..with few cTaer i tiotis are, very favovabie :
-Witss soil is extremely rich. It is from
2 to 0 feet deep, afid is rarely seen less
;Asa four feet deep. It resembles very
much that of Missouri. The surthee
rill ng, and for one hundred and twenty
: miles-bay lt into the Territory, I s.nv uu
_tivaulps or mar.shes whatever. There- is
tatludation of quarry atone, from ten to
fifteen feet below the surface, which
; ;Makes, its appearar.eft along the- ravinem
aria I : .k:thrsi they eveti. 14y ivoli the say
-4;4:4a ru4ily p.i4oes. This quarry stc.!rse
ii easy of acees, and is going Tutu use
-very fast, fur feu_eing and buildin g ; pur
Tuub is very searce; • I. think the
au glut of timber has been over-rated,
tknd, the . duality .is uot. r .asgoOd as I ex,
.pected to tind it. . make this ,state
-Inen!,.-as.i reel bound to put.the tiling in
-its true light to my friends in Potter.)—.
Good pine flooring is worth from 870,00
t,:o. $BO,OO per thousand feet. Oak $35,U0
:and 140,00; blaek walnut is still higher.
Alran'oak. . •
-' There haVe, been found several veins, of
atone coal, I think it is quite common in
t 'Territory ; think the thicker vein
. yet discovered,- measures •about felYr and
-nue half feet, but three feet is the genet.-,
nl thielitess. . • • •
• "l'he'hottso Wateris obtained frem
*bicli Vary from 8 to 50 feet deep. The
ftepth'of - theivell depends upon - its dist
tauce - from the river or !ravine. Goner
'ally:lthe.ifeeper•the well; the colder will I
be the. Water.: In many' places we found
itY,ilitiin'dilEcult to get water for the'.
- jiorse.tr; and sometimes for. Ourselves. This
34 , 1
the 'eon airy being
'ilea: arid- ; :a t wells enough - dug; and part
ly te.the 'ilionth.• Many wells afforded
-bit little water; while iathers 'Could . hard-
- 1 . 7'b0, dipped • In[thq „. - wet part . of the 1
yearilheire . will be running water in all
o the.crielts - 'hut in - thed-y
the year, 64i12& of then. en
ftrelyi while Others hii.Ve pond hulps Ldonc ,
tteirlettotati." • ' - I
Beth in 3tiesquri Ad
Owing to 1
the .dratith,.,the:oopi nett breaking j
Will to .an entire...4,ll=o, but that upon
"old.plowing lode 'very well. The . LeSt I
_pilq* . t4t,,,r;io Were :on the
.reserve is' not . yet ppf
1. 4edJ,When is, ecOmineud those
Fha g t 4 Kanaai to htiCtalte a lotili at
hw 9r 4 on the Missouri river, and
F 4 - 4,44 f F giait'rune seetions,o:: the
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= MY• °FP- 44E94 'f'; "thg-Meji of We:dill
14 . p, - andnien. tolerable-rineails
/..1 - 4elq well - to go to .Kansas; but quite
Lfl *ad men of any u7e whe - bave
.4. with limited' Means, Ind!
i111,01414i 9,7, 1857.
T. S. CHASE. EDITOR IND PUBLISHER.
~lzpq!ii sz.A. , ii , i g i s 1; l t .l
DAVID Wit. l Mtlf, of Lintafora,
WILLIAM MiIiLWARD. of l'llibdelphis,
FOR SEDGES or Trit svpnEmE carri7,
JAMES VEECii. of Fayetti.,
J:ISEPH 1. LEWIS', of Ci)etFr.
" COSTAL.," ICIFE GREAT:RAT, rOACJI
&c. EXTERMANATOR, 3:•38 tiruadway,
Y. , has Ompleticed 116 ittivertlistrkg
earupaigu ag4in in our e4ilunin.i. See
Advertiseaulst !utl SpecialNutice iij in,
6 - &-We 1.111,11,4 on the' tifrt page of
this nutnbor i , the testimon):- of au, inipor•
taut witnetis,l as to what get:erred ut the
cackitig' of Lairrence 20i ClsawattenUe.
We do this, liet:ause thete ase a few men
in the country who still profess to doubt.
the c4reciiteu3 of our correspondence
from iilansa last. a-Nis:on. If they will
just read the 'extracts nu our outside,
they will doUbt no longer, Unless thCy are
Bef - The Republican 'State Central
Cuinulittee h.j;ie • Published in the llar
• • - • -
risburg Teltziet,9)ll, a, list of appoiatmeuts
for Judge _Wilmot to speak iu every see
den of thelState, -Tbe
iliaUreut speeches, all of which are to
be thadefreiu, August 25th to October
13th,—rrlesS.thau fifty_ days. We find no.
a.ppaintment flir this iintriccbate - Niciaity,
—in "fact, the Whole Nortlietin Tier, with
the exceptien of Erie, ,is.lelt without au
ap — puintinetlt,
_r right, etl4 we are
glad . to see that the .ConnUittee- bare ap
poiuted the Work where it iS tuctst'ueetb
cd. The; people of the Nerth tier 4eeci
rio'reroinder,oftheir knpla it
is, to Tote. O r the Iteptilalieau State
es-The Washington •Star, the 'face
ond Eddler' nitheAdministr4iononitlies
the following- happy eenreSsion - in a re,
eeet;editorial - on the . Southern - elootions:
uWii frankly, avow that we wish every
northern nian, was ayro-ala.very Dian of
principle, - and Wan in favot: of 'planting
that institution in all Territories. and
O:L4h where it would bnpipfitahle." -
Stich au avowal aiouisll at °rice, have
n tohn -in the columns tf- the Lyedming
Gacctte, Warre,it I.Erlger , l U/earfield Re
cfPLl anal Clinton :/e t. »ioirdt.. 7' Let
eiuidly — frinlt iu tlieir: course,
anti tho:soealled hernooratie party in
Peensylvaniannd - other, northern States
will have run its string, '- We have no
doubt that they• 10,0 in cobc - ert.with
- the Sfiar, 'bat 'Oleo they lavk the hack
Fiev-.77isary INVe aV
until aftei the Penniyli-anitt an 4 Ohio
.;,'lllitid9i4)) ; ;lnok for
it soon after.
• -.. . .
.t i .._,
Nit. Eatgoß :--43..4 ta r e tau et or oa r State
,agmaches tieer,;the movements
of tip .dillerent plirtiss - or tindidates
beeome-objeets- - -bf.ile.cper intereit - , ; tcrthe
IftsichattiPP - Poll* J —r- uiStAte. • .#lorea,dfli. -11 .!4: 0 . 1 4, Fflhat*Ver .pay#: - irill
• - '''-'' ans4s. - - I . '''..l not oe int ereste d It! •, me , Durres n,
The .clairn.of the Buchanan men in th e : between two rival candidiiw fot_goyern
• • 9
North h 4.- .- e the election;
..e.or ints, Ithat he . 0
i r p ubli s h e d la last,: week's JounNAL ~
t -,', . [And volt then, .. nar :Democratic, frien:4l,.
tothe r tee -otate ' .
:s'ettla secure fi t i r-1 41° ,7' , , , . i who have read them tvitb ro much inter
I Men of KsOatts? Flow_ has this hc 4 ',,a aoae‘ I est, please lay Oitle your party , prejudioii:
We have. at Creed ..•elselrhere the appoi4 7 l (It .yo l . h A ve any) fur one Minute - and sa y :
went of - taory,..otie - of the teeeist; of. the 4 WlitCh mon - commands'your reatieeti , --
'ffia . • T. '4. /
'' ' ' ' 1 'AMt ' ... li, ibuti.,;fra. kly and fearless byettae.aill . l i
!Border - 11u ns, -to- to itnportant-omect . . . •
• I ing la n dmidterm:et hina tief.!,iate.p.e?
f - We here give Neter Oihon's discriptiou I
1 . . discuss the," --rineiples; end is-.
il L 1 her '-, -- -..- r. .
luf another tiftliese wor thies; Mid a hu.
, sues involVed in the coaling. eleetiourt -1
1 apPoliitine ri t: After giving, SCorclary ler Packer, timidly .and contemtibly
Wood en's celebrated - Pioelaulation. on I shrinking from the contact ? . 'I say ten- i
- :teniptibly, bewuse I hold that any, man,;
page 132 ' the
!Do9tor i'lliceed-, '
however talented he. may ;be,. :who- re-;
, "This rod:Mut
, teer militia from sou,Ntisri nod elsewhere quires a committee tot tell 'hint. when he!
, may speak, and when 4o hold his tongue,!
?tit of . thelerritory, exhibits an utter larc h
of souna ju!is worthy.of contempt. it is noticeable I
dg•al' u ti and came nigh P r°v 'rlthat Mr. Packer wipe us one reason 1
ing more disastrous to the country than , for! asking, the 'State- Committee if it;
4 ,11-th e ei,-41.-z. evil:billed that have Y et I Would do for hiM to meet Wibet4 before!
transpired.' Not Satisfied ; however, with ;the people, that "rho interests of other ,
the • proCiamaticn, which, of itself, ,
' cm ' !candidates were involved in the remit,.
sufficiently ruh'el'i"rnn 3, he nute' , , , 'Prirate I Bow then, are we to interpret the refo,!
letters to, parties in. Missouri,. eaffing , ;
fb r!sto of t he committee to let.; him speak ! i
w en, looney and artinitions of !war, IA) ear- Ithmd logic': as -well as OW common 1
IN Gilt his partisan pwposes. This prect-lsothic, woul d say . they were afraid he ;
Imitation and these letters called together
; would nut unit; jeopardize ' his own, but I
thousands of mon, mostly from Missouri, 1 1 the " ititeiests of other candidates" also,
with -passions indented to the With - wit de-; f t , i ii a tacit a d oi j o t oll th a t , t h e prop o s e d i
gree, anti whose (Oily thought and full de- ;, ~ .;
luiseussion , would result: disastrously to ;
termination was illiolesale slaughter and i -
thetnsel y" .
destruction:, From the hour they en " I Tl,c ohli r game of throwing dust in the;
tered the territory uotil they apron partptedi 4copic . s e't.,,, has been practiced with too
its borders, their path wits nonsked with 1
much siteects to be abandoned yet.. The
bloodshed and ruin. There was searcel . v : cry
of " Buchanan; Breckenridge and ;
a ;,rime in - the vast category of crimes that . Five Kun:, ,',at,” did 1
mein good service last ;
they did nut commit with a brutality, fall, the audacity of which was equalled
scarcely conceivable in beings bearing the , 0n1y..7 by its base
.hygieraey, and judging
human form. . It would he disgusting ;
from the past, we may .exp.:et; the doe-
and sickening to recapitulate the wanton ; tors of the party-to concoct some equally
atrocities,the hellish cruelties, perpetra- '
;etheacious' nostrum "not bad to take" to ;
ted' by tese binds of voleutter militia.
When Governor C cary !quiet the consciences. of restive Demo-
a pp eared aumn g l erats, and prevent their kicking off the , ,
them .at their c nip at Franklin , a s u m+
a , • , , , known-- -'---; p arty shackles in the coming contest. I
hereafter be related, NW matte .
Poulitlitss therefc.rv, the Central Corn-
his purr i nae to di!,;band them, it was w ith i m i too of the plc ,, ' . Lit:terrified " Denniera-:
difficulty that their leaders cr•elerestr•;:m , ee
their fiendish appetites and prevent tne; ~ have acted wisely in not letting their
r or two later.l ou t to
i'indidate loose jest at present. If after;
epasualmati"" of their shocking designs, judiciotiS course of currying and stall!
The presence of the !rovernor there WPs ! feeding they s h ou ld see fi t t o take hi m !
most opportune. An hoa r perform a few extra antics for the'
the town.of Lawrence would have been :Ispecini edification of his friendg it would!
in ashes • every loa,
woman arid child in ; doubtless be - hi , rly gratifying and proper. ;
it . would ' have been n ruthlessly slaughter-1 Freemen of Putter County ! let us ;
ed ; and several thousands of human
Weigh - well the principles involved in then
bloodhounda thirsting for vengeanc e . , -priment canvas and decide whether - Wil-;
would have beck let loose upon:the ter,rt-! mot th e fearless and tried champion of,
tory with tuneontrollable fury, to La y l Freedotn,- shall have our suffrages ; or the :
waste - and i desolate' whatever-cattle
their way, It is impossible'4° man who is held in leading strings by I
to imagine , the SLOE POWEIL ! for this is the pow
the extent of the calamities rind
e te r ;u i rtAh o i, rw w n h t ich in s p h v i e ip m e e s iit an o d f '
that w....01d have ensued. . .The iw :la ru ri n' n i o r r ot h it e r l t :l- 1 .
would have spread beyond the'boundar.l th e so ea led Deniocrutie, party - whatitot.
acs of Kansas to ovory state and Orrit o FYlNorli or 'South. This party stand's with
of the Republic; tlui tocsin of war would 1 hat i n -band awaiting the behests of its
have sounded from nue extremity of the' master, and
responds with double alaeri-I
Union to. the other; and as bloody a Civil ' tv at every crack of thealavedrivers whip'
strife as the world has fiver known must! Wh at a so L oa i siti :: t h at a party profess .
have been the result. For this act of the
edly the niost Denrooatic,sliould in reali-1
secretary, which, but for the timely in -I ity be the mos.flaithful ally, and abject ,
Iv:Heil:nee of Governor Geary, would n t
leave I ree l ~
of the most crushing Dtvott'sat the!
been productive of unspeakable evils,! world ever beheld ; yet litchis the self.
e c sid e pt Burhanitit, with ch(totirteria-1
, evident truth, and every Democrc, v
lac 9.lv:rasif,y, has re:warded Mr. Mixt, .
I.Lory won itt, .tlic riurtli Li heralded by the I
sea•isitl. the (;tike of receiver for theDellstuyery oligarehists as a victory for them, I
,ticurc Leif./ Didriet," , With every true Itepublitian, it should.
Seine time ago the Warren Leil9er, in ; therefore he a a consideration of far I
justifying Walker's foray against Law- 11,
1 , reatdr inomor e t than the mere, securing i
iof (}hoe , that ilia oreat,-.. oral weight of
reno said, "they, (the Free State twil l • i , 13 .
cast i n t o
..,,, Pennsylvania should be
"of K a0 , 54 ,0 have been :protected in rip
"their just, rights." This , does not cur. of Froadom; B.
respond with the opiniOn of Doctor Gi. ALLEGANY Aug, 1857
horn who says on page 162 :
"Thus it appears that, although crimes
of the blackest dye were daily and. hourly
being committed, and. many of the crim
inals were arrested and itidicted, the only
con N ietious that could be obtained by the
district - courts, with ; three supreme
judges, and a United States distriet, at•
tornev, in the space of two years, was (111 t
for stealing and another for killing a
horse; three fur assuming office; and
some eight. En-ten - fur selling liquor with
"What ir,canic of the incendiaries, the
robbers, the °ravishers .and assassins?—
These were permitted to run at large, to
burn houses and crops;' violate and brand
women steal horses and male -1113 d luta-
Tier defeneelcsS men iu their own homes
or on the public highways, with impuni
ty ! Or if they were arrested, they were
iminecilately set at liberty again, upon
wortbleas`bail, faithless ,ludo, or, dia.
charsed because. - of . nee
tered hy - Unite 4 States Dietrich At
torney, or acquitted by a veriliet easily
obtained from a paeked jury of eriitiivaia
like themselves: ' Supreme jwi,ITS aud
4igivict attorzeys had plenty ofleisure
and admirable Opportunities, to secure
e_omfartahle building` lots and ; - eligible
claims, and 'JO grow rapidly- rich -. l4pnii
salaries insuPlont to meet theiT daily
. tho - worst felons 'TAii at
large, laughing to aeorn-the lavrti g anti the
holding of colitis were no - alb:kg better
than alltinleicss farces; in whioh ail inter,
ested found abundant soUree'snf amuse: .
ment, ' '
Theamt . , author also save: "Il v e
or all lit erat4d Rpm
"'straw.bail,' arg an!no cif thcm hie- now
::holding 0f4R05 of reqonsibility uuUer
That is securin thepatio
just rights:With a
. veupaneci but it is
all.the security which Buchanan Democ
racy affords:Au the • Free State - men •of
l Whit Fears
THE troops and civil offioers for Utah
are not expected to reach that territory
until about the first of November.
A SEN . stinr: • MAN.---Judge R. B.
Warden, heretofore a leading, proatinent
and influential _Democrat of o . l t io, wh o
supported Buchanan last year, has become
disgusted with the endorsement by tlia
State Convotiatt of rho Arad Scutt do•
elaitiu, arid in a letter to the Ohio' State
Jou'rnctl, invokes a merited defeat upon
"DE:mocnitic" 11.ArTmEss.—A few
weeks ago a slave escaped from - Missouri,
and -was chased by human blood-hounds
to Springfield, where they,suc
ceeded in atrestin g him.• The Jtiu.rna/
uf,that city, Buchanan ; paper in notic
ing the , arrest, says it iS `*HAPPY to an.
notuice" - thainhe slave has been returned
to hopeless bondage Thus it seetuslhat
human bonbagu ;ice sourecol"lletnocrat
ie" •happiness. 7 —. Knozv (Iowa) . <l . O ar-
.4. ii.Dm TO POLITICIANSHDOring
political campaigns,. says the .I,,ebanon
Courier, politicians spend . nuteir in cir
culating electioneering documents broad,
east over the country - for the pUrpose of
rnaldr,g converts to4licir cause; ;but fro.
potty without much success. Were,
they to aid• in putting a good Paper-0
their party into the hands of voters,-they
would render much more efficient service
to their Ouse: Newspapers read,
Where long electioneering documents Will
Paoker was announced
some time since to appear ou the:ittinip
at a,Clariou county democratic meeting;
hut as'ihe State Cbnimittee had not then
4 . 4 - .)t him s'ecuredthorouahly, he . was not
Permitted lo .iks he is now coti , l-
pletely cased, the . ecnuieittee" caii
him around safely, hereaffer, - th i faitbfnl
beiUgUlloWed higaze at him through the
iron bars which surround him, but not to
approach 'close 'enough' to tall: ot di m's*
the slavory with him. • •
, ron ,t;e4tgri,
It Bird, Swg
Claik & P4i114) 1 . -
qedize Jatilef!, E
met l liattreil U feet
here grew, this season,
!S-Fahncri - Lettuce that
U.; inches around the
.:If.any.off. thegardene . ra
aliFad:t7l - iliii, - let thew
the paper fur .itiforuta
mein named 311‘A
at Kistatotn, Gr ,
preSeuted her hi
rauee of the
would not _take
pathy iu :his dual
is "tinted that a
It.romery Limit, living
.en county, not long AZ10(1
sltand with three boys
eing the ,third occur-
rind in threelears. ; It
many such wutuen to
Ir. Lnndt has our sYrit
efore . aware that 'men
of t r34enting hlr - bands
ts, tir6-lets, or te:ptets,
We were not
were in the linbi
with either on.-!'
Ike you to
avoid all Patent or advertised Medicines.
Why ? Simply because it is to their in
terest, Wit) ;u one particular disease,
oriatlio or dostrifetive -in its character„
and there are remedieS advertised which
jar:linty cures, it is a well known
fact Physicians experiment, tamper with,
andin some /118011i'CA, areetUldir destroy
life. We have Seldom heard of a rem°.
dv which is so unitive► and successful- in
actitin as fluricyrs Sarsaparilla, and would
recommend it to the afflicted-for all dis
eaSes which regiiire a purifying or rester
;:tive action on the
Lebanon , i(Oitio) s'tur records the
death of four to it from drinking whiskey
with stryelittine lin it. It is also said
that, tens of thousands of fish in the
stream 1),-low the di4tillrry hare died.—
. Rut in matting not how many loss
their lives—or L rather how many are
murdered daily to this wanner—it is all
right, - because . capitalists have invested a
large amount or, money in the business.
.1.7w . .y cannot afford to sacrifice a few dol.
lars far the sake of saving
many lives ! What • a commentary •ou
human nature— , what a stigma upon -the
gOod works of God, is this licence& mur
dering one man 'to till.the coffers of anoth
er ! Do
,those in our vicinity Who are
importing and' drinking Whiskey - on the
sly, ever consider that they are accesories
to murder in its worst degree ? Not by
any means. They can make a little mon
ey out of the traffic, and that hides the
crime they are ounuuitt4ig. jEtlrrott
.i♦rchave, In our private correspond.
epee, the particulars of a very interesting
little bit of romance which recently oc,
curred in a little village in the wekern
part of this - state. - The parties, with
whom we are personally acquainted, were
the daughter of a very respectable eiti
eze, and-a married man of our neighbor
ing stiato on thenorth. The young lady
having a tast? for romance,. conceived
finite an affection fur the gentlentatt f and
by a systematic correspondenoe, en elope
iliant was agreed upon. The lady's lath.
or, however, get hold of the letter giving
the plan, and was on the look-out. The
gentleman !Amu after his adored, and
was wet by her father with the request
Ito continue bi;sjournoy, as the, lady could
iint just then-accompany him. The fel.
!low remained, in the. place a few days,
during which some of„the citizens, out
!of sympathy fer 'the girl an her father,
itUok the matter is hand in some way,
when the gay Lathariu roseented them
for conspiracy; and which suit resulted
in !his going to jail for attempted i abduct.
don. lie !sin a tair way of-.spending
xhe first year of his anticipated happiness
in states prison. The yowl... e' lady hii
-been exiled from home for a few mouths,
in, order to prevent a' recurrence .of any
Rat*, *coaches, Bed Bugs, In.
&AN • • •
"60STA.Tt'S" ko„ EXTERMI
' . • - NATOR;
BED 'BUG EKTERIINATOR
"COSTAIVS" }ELECTRIC POWD E for Ants,
ilusenta, kc. (Tlle ONLY INFALLIBLE
• REMEDIES knoWn.)
~ e.:. . "COSTAR" sends be mail, prepaid, n
Santple Box tit' the Rat, Roach, 1:c. Ex. to any
adßref..-s in the t, S., on receiprof SI, or thy
Electric . , Pander for,G4c.
lacing lipid cannot be sent by mail - )
-cosn.l.R" will furnish DRUGGISTR,,
DEALEItS land STOREKEEPERS, with a Sln=
aMple 1).110161ga of -his various preparation;
insserted] with CircuiarA, Iliils, r.9*.prs. 4 f&c,
on r c ce i pi o fi t ss. (cleating hal,. S 5 due when
snl4,) in order that they may test Its Merit's,
Igstr See Advertisement. For Circelars,'S:C..
Audi` :41s COSTALIa 22 No. , 3SB
.140adway, N. T.: 0,11-4 t. -
French 'article imported, and 'for half the!
price , :-'• for 'dressing Ladics'- Bair it has no
ecinal, 'giving it a bright, glossy appear:trim.
it,canses,Gentlemen's hair to curl in the must
natural manner. It removes dandruq, always
giving . the Ilair the ;appearance of being fresh
shatapooetl:' ' Price . - only Feats.. ;SOne
genimine unless signed
•!: I • ,FETRIDGE .t CO., 'Tow York, ~
Prop'rs of,the 'Balm of a Thousaudßowert.;
Tor sale by all Druggists.
: s i Sold Druggijts, Cnn,.
' eriport; l'a. - • .
, 4 4 , ...Rnag mai astrig.4 l rhomtl Shi r l e y .
•waythrown fro n a torso on a moue A t ,
in .the western part. of Wrren oonoty„
ireek ago Last V myl
riday, and so seve
injured that he'died item hours afterJ
_ 1 25
Nit. iMautaMfg mitt b ect i
'sviduliar from Y, tr(11,":.
altavili is lassar:4orSeo °risky keo.
- , - fatiOosplii -..tr;te.ciot e o r ,
i 1 •- ~
correded , ..oieekly, for qie- Journal: l
i Daikrs f Pig flifiitts, Ciroedici;lia7e,i• vi t
Bootrt7Shati;7osveipy;'Potkil'ioi r r t - i
, . Neal, Nqticars- -4e.-, "iv, fc.i.- . ! ;
MAIN' STREIZT: I ' eUtDERSI`U/Cr, PA.I
FLocrt, stweefinerp bbl„ "..
COK - S Mket;? - iOO - Ris,;
" 44 4.. z •••
SEIOYLDERS, ? Ph,
DEER SEM, "
~ 19 - lb.,
DRIED APPLES, " " -
WAITE REAMS, "
EVERIVAEAT, ' 4 .4
POTATOES; 44- "
Enus; Dom, -
/lay, Itt Ton,
pur:,nauce of an order of the Orphans'
Court of the county of Potter, there will be
,exposed to public sale-at the,Court House in
Coudersport. on TCESDA I', the 22d day uf
Pleptenther, i 857, the following-deiteribed real
caste, situate in the township of Sharon, in
said county . : ,Ittiunded ott the north hy the
highway leading trim MillpOrt • toe tLbricl
Barnes', oa the east by lands of J. Barnes and
Barnes, ou the south and west by lands
of Manic J Nich(l4, containing eight ,artet
cure or 1041,:tb01.1t, two +terca of which is in,
proved, and 9u which is erected, one frame
house and one fraine *owe fruit
trees tuereou. 011.16. S. JOSES.
Adtainistrator of the tagalt, of Early Lyman,
1 1COTICE is hereby given that the under.
1.11 signed, an Auditor appointed by.thellr.
pilau'. Court. for the imuntycif Potter,-to
tribute 1 1. e asseti now in the 'hands of J.
Hendrick, the administrator of ti.e estate of
WILLIAM torus, deetai.ed, among the sertral
creditors ottlie said estate. will attend to the
duti e s of his race. at the Prothonotsry's. in
ner in the 'Borough of Coudersport, on SAT
,1:111).1.1r, the 19th day of September next, at
out o'clock, M. Persons interested ran
attend if they think-proper. • . • ;
• LEWIS IANN, Auditor.
Coudersport, Aug. 111,- tail.
Till; following accounts-have bceu tiled at
the Register's Office of Putter County,
Penusylettui.t, - . and will be prescuted at the
September Court, ZttrTuestla), September 22d,
f.tr connrniptiou, e4si, to it :
Account of Joel 110ndriek. athoirtistrattw of
the E.tate of. \V Ilium Lyon, deceased, tats cf
ceututz. of Cluirles S. Junes, administrator
f tit 17;,Lite deeea..ed, late
Areount of 'Clark Crum,' administrator of
the Est...Vn of Y6iGtnderlry, d',•cer.sed, late
11 per6olls interebted- can attend itt. sail
Bute cud playa if,Cuel think pauper. -
A. AACKSu itegi s: r.
Condoriport, A 22, 1 anz: f • in:II
.tinericap Safety•raper Nam',
facittring COul ! paiuty
.l, Presi4git. Office 70 *4ll-St,
Perffet Serprity against alt mattner of Fraud
by Cott:lacy . ..id:lg . on Plur.—To riTrei4
l'hotollraPhs and Anne° Country
' fe(a; Erasures, 7'ronsfers .4:=
. • .
AVING purchased the Patent for the ex
, elusive, right to man utanatnctareandsellthe
new Chemical Paper in Anieris.t,invente4t , u4
pntinto4llu l Ecgla.r4 by Illal&Y (14.vss, a'cele
' brated ~t anitMlieer in the British tinny,.
it is hardly necessary to say that the Paper is
reeommendi:d by Mr. Kent. Assayer of the
S. Mint, Mr, Lyman of the New York Cleating
House, *Lind' Meade Brothers,
skilful plititogiaphers, 233 Broadway S. "f.
'The latter say that no imitation can be made
- on a check or bank vote printed on theSaleil
Pam r. Below is oar list of tirices •
[kink Cheeks, 3:4 eta. "ta lb.
Bank Bills, .sl;t3 for luau sheets.
kills (if E!%hltatiga, 525 for. 1011 u sheets.
l'rornissory Notes, 40 ets.A) lb. .
Sight & Time Brats, $25 fur luoo sheets,
Insurance l'olicies, 40 ctsa I.lb. ,
R a il ro ad ;st o ck..4 :40 eta. lb. •
Bank and State ssocks, 40 ets. - t.l lb.
Bonds an it Mortgagesr-40•etai
Beet's, 40 ets,re lb t
For wrapping Silks 4ild other fine articlei
it is excellent, as it prv_TentS moths. 4U Cl 2,
10 lb. • • ,
For Isidenturea and Ag.rectnentf, d 0 ets..?
lb, „•• ,
All St:gonad County Records should *bray*
.he priuted ,written on thia .Paper,, As too
chemleals inserted in the pulp, not only ; pre.
Neat erasure or transfer, but : make it instal
as time. ~ •I •
• For Southern Climates it;:is excellent, an 4
much superior to any other: Jas the maistnall
ofthe eliniate - docs'not desfrti. Prur
erties inserted iu the pulp being a preventive.
In all ClO:anther:l. stater, Cuba, the ,West
ladies'ausl the Central . Anti.riclan States; in:
public recurs can be kept itver 20 yeitrs,trtit.
ten on the ordinary paper,-While the °HS ou'l
.other elten4als inserted - in - this Paper atak's
is indestrctible by the ravages of time. hit
4lno ItroOt ggaiust. moths, rats and other Ter -
Isitt k 7hicAi ors4it oa and,deStroy Whet tit'
tier nowln ?Aso, • ' .• •
The Cointamy Witt; now la .
in Morris ;County, N. J. of ' about -300. Itstr.
power, and,are able to fill all orders for
at the kbUtieit notice.
All ordera for the Paper must be addieond
to. A. NICHOLAS. Piesideut of OM' CelnPnY'
No. To Well Street. 10:10-3010.
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