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learned on going in
rrp , a that, 3frs. Ifnehins,,on who &tarted
inr thp we , t, a day pr two sump. with her
144494 iiiiehinson;44 dar
jag a string winti, blown frotn , tho raft
- upon which they had taken passatre for
Fittobneg,apd drowned. Mrs. II ueidnson
, tvan7perhapg - near the - odare of the raft, and
Sod her halancC daring an -unexpected
M!,ll9Ail2kciß-fg! the -- .1 7 q 1 t., r4r
1'‘11144-114,WPgn. Pe /1r 4 ,0f° 1. 0 .
.:4101rtfit - a - manufaptatring rifling° near
zeiloei Deumeratie school=
ntitsler devoted his eienings - Jorsonic time
forfoitt,the late elaotion to the igs trg cam] .
,tfa=co:np of Irishmen; in order to fit
them to beeOme .voters. :After. getting
cloth 'edueated up to . the. req ui rin ea ts
-Me st#cite which require them to he able :
1434.e.0.3-the t .,Com - stitution, --, he': took them
to Ilartford and had them Mituralizz.d. _
043 relied - with great gonfidence on . their
Wing. Ptho right ticket." When de/J-
O:in . thty 'cam e, • ho wev er, . the schoolmaster
was puzzled and mortified to see nearly
pti his hopeful pupils vote the •Repub
)itantleket. '."The euises," he :said,'"had
urned against him, after ho bad spent
more thatiS, hundrodrdollars on them;"
The ineideut shows the pails of education
11; the Demoeratio,- party,-
': ANEXCjLLENT ARPot:srnsevr.—Our
readers-will:remetnber that at the recent
pessiOn of the Legislature, a law was pass
ed.nuthorialeg the bppointinent of art ad
ditional, Law-Judge in the county of Al
legheny; and we observe that Gov. PACK
ER; 4 1 01 apnaintvd JoHN . -. W. MAYNARD,
RN: of Williamsport, io fill the post.- 7 =
The . ' Governor has boon exceedinAr.hap-
Py lad successful in all his appointments,
and we predict this one will commend .
itself to.the judgment of every good law
er and inteltigent man. 31.tytiAtto
has been at the 11-rr fur thirty years,. and
js known to stand at the very head of his
profession... Independently of his groat
professional acquirements, ho is a gentle
tutsn:of courteous manners,. dignified de.
meaner, and of gq4oubted
tea to agora thP highest judicial
1 1 1:tho antintrY. We congratulate Mr.
_this high` acknowledg-
Inept of his worth, and bespeak fur him a
cordiatieception in Iris new houre.---/iirr
ri'Aurg : Telegraph.
Mr. -Maynard is a broth or of L. P. May
pacd,. F o scpi - of this place. •
Frim- the Qalg,mbia. Democrat, an old ;
PIA well established journal :
QRN4I , GIFT BOOK STOnE.--A Liter
ary. Enterprise honorably Conducted.—
ls said that during the year 1.8 . a8, Mr.
13-;• Q. 'NyANS, of Philadelphia, distrib- ,
Wed 'arming his patreos over $300,000
WM - of Gifts, consiSitntr, of gold and sil
'lvor .Watohes, - golcl jewelry, silver-plated!
wireisilk dress patterns, and other etc
gait Gifts of intrinsic value. Mr. grans
being the originator of the Gift Enter
prise,-has distanced all competition, lived
ilcorn all opposition, and is endorsed by
all: the leading publishing houses in the
iTsited States. All the popu!ar standards `
w rkt of ancient and modern authors capi
be• foetid on Mr. Evans' ..Catalogue.for
ISs9,'whieh is sent free to any-address.
In addition to the above just tribute to
the-therits -of Mr. Evans, and the une
qualed-success of his popular enterprise,
we take great pleasure -in bearing testi
uony to-the-high integrity which has er- 1
er-alArneteristed his multifarious businws!
.trunsaations, establishing for himself and
his - _,bouse a name above suspicion or re
proach, and a fame which must "lead its
possessor to - fortune and renown." This
po spasmodic effort, on our part, at ful
/iUt aulogism; it is the plain recital of
stars, read and known of
all - mea ciojr own State, to whom Mr.
Ezind his business operations are osten
sively known. We have dealt - with-Mr.
Evans for years, personaWy r and cunvers-1
ed. with.seores of others who have sent
him their money and orders, and receiv
pd Books and valuable Gifts is return;
and-it is certainly a higher weed of praise
than:usually falls to the ordinary lot of
loan to be able, truthfully, to say, that in
po-single instance have weever heard the
gpit word of dissatisfaction expressed.
f5:14: Etttt -aitritat.
T. S. CHASE, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER.
, 'jf ,•tbe Bellefonte Ceded Press
read v -digest 'and comprehend the
llow.; John fliplcidan's great speech at
jinrrisburg, it wil, stop its nonsense about
fb inability'nf the Beptiblicana to succeed
41,rftlt_e4thar-SEIYARD, HAf f r, or CHASE.
What - IFtspired Mokman to make
si#4l4 , bold anti-slavery demonstration,
if ' , ti4t is not the "sentiment of the great
mass; tit* Xorthern ppople" 'We con
exile. that thp Republicans did not do much
ataarrisbarg, • but that . was because the
alpinist 4afery was ignored-;
add 4o 'ruts will c*r gfro s sound leg
iblOnta, Afienting the. true late:x.lllof the
people. UU dues not grapple with, and
averth.ow,- the slave• power 'sand the Laws
mit4e. for 'ts benefit.
LICIWAEO To Pnr.tris,Our esteemed friend,
WuLE. 3l.o3 rent who was fur --- ;t Jung tint..?
connected with the (m=atte as EA' editor, lIRS
I been licensed by the Allegheny Presbytery to
preach the gUspei: lie is a gentleman of rare,
I 'culture and a chroted .cbristian
Vetntw 'Own' as.ihe
tor:of the dOzettr. and. thoukh we. netts
dreamed that he 4yould non the sacerdotal
robes, we Can cheerfully attest to his ca
pabilitTto wear them (sith honor.to him
self and profit to t hose: under his charge.
" Mac": Is a whole-sOuled tnan, a true
christian at heart-an original and pol6hed
thinher, and will:" make his mark" in the
-; - •.• -
°lle : receiveA from a*. N% nolesale
Liquot'ljealini'Fifliin.Rochister, li t t.**Y., an
advertisement trick describes in nil the chi
cpmnee7oradvertis-ing phrase, the different bev
, nigea which-,are' kept: constantly on hand,
from thechaeest.vintage.s of the Rhine, dnwn
in thiit peenliar ineyiran beverage which is
supposed to kill at Ihrty Oda. We are aliveys
glad In 'receive paying 'advertisements but
datili4o"this favor. *We are opposed to
the fittin:trafrie in every shapcjand-. form, be-
Peving ax,we do:,-thut the'use of: intoxicating
heveragea is a et.l.e . to society and a blot .op
on.. eivilizatiQnt :It Is: true that we numb...r
ate,ong thot.a engaged in the 4 husiness
personal friendsi nev
. the .Isusiness, and • we
holm icY see the day when not a drop of liquor
will lic•sold in this county-. We need net now
repeat he evils to: which this traffic gives
rise—hon' it. *plates hearthstones—how it
robs men of their energy,. morals, and even
their very -lives.:. Neither need we • point to
the common .druaktivd, his abused wife and
children ' 4-hoWliti 'dexpised, and they coin
miser.tted t,y the'best part - of every commu
'nity: These aro ohtstories. but they are true.
\o; we cannot • take money.f or :such an ad
arc . our , sentiments, - friend
YouNtl. 'We could not have'expressed
them better. We hope; the true progress
ion- p-ess of the country wilt speak out
in thiS thatter.now, while the subject of
temperance is being etinestlY, and; wide•
sea 4 We arc glad ,to be able to an
nounce that. HoraCe Greeley has consent
ed to deliver the Address before the 'Eo
n County Agricultural Si ciety, at its
7itiuo i d 'F a ir, Du the ;Cith of SiTteiubcr
Why:pcnno: the Putter County Agri
cultural 'Boelef $ see Mr. Greeley to de
liver the Ai4ress bete this fall. ye be
lieve the Fair is fi4cd , for• the first - week
in October, apd if the Board of Man
agers eorrespolid with Mr. Grepleyntonce,
he can he secured to deliver the cadres's.
At all o'ventsi!^ we hope the CoMmittee
will not, Wait until the "eleventh hour"
to move in rehition to so important a fea
ture_ of, the occasion. Thp Comthittee
should: spare no effort to secure a first-1
class,_ address,. and now is the 'time to com
mence, fie - fore the Agricultural Lecturers;
have been engaged by other societies.H
While we beliefel that, the Society shOuld
eopnolupe its resources , we are confident
that a )age sum paid for .a h'!•st-lass;
afidres4viitl benefit the society `petunia-:
icily ere than would 'be saved by hay.l
in "an inferior Address forlittl° or uoth- ,
.Procure a leetoro. front
Emerson, Beecher, or .sotia PthQr
neut speaker, and : you will treble the
tere.st and benefit of the Fair in every
respect. If E the Society is too weak 'of
-itself, let those of our business' men who
would be thus indirectly and largely ben
, efitted - ;cou . tribute a special fund in aid of
!the Siiciety for that Purpose.
Se'" of the :McKean eitizep,
writes. the. following:49lns , in his "edito
rial correspondenoe"::froin Harrishurg:—;
It is unnecessary forsus to add. anything
t 4 the deserved comPliment he pays our
".No one can deny that there was' more
than the usual amount of talent in both
branches of the late Legislature. In say
ing-this Ido not wish to be understood!
to have reference to. speaking membersl
alo , gether, although there were an unu
anal inpuber of - superior debaters it both
Houies r. Bat- theie were men that sel
&Nu MI; Mse to speak that made their
mark aud had wore influence, I think,
than those that were often lon their feet.
1 Among that class Col. Wilcox of our own
County ogeupied a prominent position.--,
Ile was seldom if ever out. of his scat du
ring; session hours, and was constantly
uarding - the interests of his constituents.
No man in the llonSe had the advantage
of hini in Legislative 'experience, and
re when he rtq pP4I:; (which was sCldow,
i p.articularly upon peiats of order,) he Was
listened to by all and hts counsels heed-
I ed. ' Among that class would also be
found Mr. Mann ell/Utter.' A better
representative no.constituency could boas - t
of. ' When in health he was always at
his post, and always found baffling fur
,_what he considered right. A man of
more strict integrity and honesty of per-
was not generally supposed to occu
lpy a seat upon the floor' of the Il o use.—.:.
The late Legislature transacted an iin
rtiense amount of business. I believe
there are fioin
.300 to 400 more bills en
tered-upou Ili 681 l Book of this year than
last Aid a: greater prOportion than that
even "mud bath Houses. • The fact is,
there is too Mitch ieffislation done.. 'iNear
ly' business the of l. this
.win ter - 110 been
of a privite,character, and iti.many, very
many instances the'dourts ham jurisdic
ticiu. In cases 'of laying out of roads,
changing placei for holding elections and
all such township matters the Legislature
toueh .tbeen, for . in doing so
[often tiokes grkatrinjustiee is done to.par.
ties: that are not lottoizatit of the applies=
tion,and- t he
,v - erx nes tLegisln t ure call:
ed um - f:too und:?:ilie act of iteituutedi:, -
kte oretlecess.or.! ; -
to see that the`-country
'bet4rnino- to a remote
press are pp , th e
fact that:there 43 too much special. and
not enough general legislation, done at
Harrisburg: ..E;rery general lan , of an int. :
portant cliaracte l r which Was attemptedto
be-. passed. at the" late session;_iiiilCd be-.
cause !‘special. laws" . required a nd
"ed the. attention+ of. the Le.islatUrCt". The
ieure:for this is ihrit the people should re
pudiate all thcc-.0 members Who wereguilty
sacrificing .genera[to, special legisla
tion. In this ,bmancotion ne 'take pleas - -
nre in . .s4mg that Mr. Mann deserves
the .highest pi4se fur his manly and in
telligent votes . upon .01 questions pertain
ing to the passage -of general lavis, and.
liis . repeated! votes against useleas spec
The Great Straggle, Slavery
Abram Lincoln raised the fury olDoug
las by asserting in the Illinciirc -- atupien,
that freedom and slavery - were so
nistical; - that the contest between them
wouiti . go untili the. States of this Union
should be all flee or all shwe.,: This is a
truism, that every person' , who kncws the
differtnec between right' nd wrong - knows
perfectly. AIM yet, when Win. H. Sew
ard in his Rochester speech, states` the
same truth, in rather more emphatic terms;
even timid Republicans were alarmed -at
the hue and cry raised - by the allies of
; - at tins- simple State - ment of the
antagonism between vice _and virtue.
We r*ioe 014 it at last, there is a states•
man in oar min commonwealth who has .
I the boldness !tci - proclaim I.this truth in
clear and vivid language, and that his
political connOtions -are such as to secure
lan - insertion of -his glorious speech in the
very papers that were horrlfied at Seward's
Rochester spetch. •
The Hon—John Hickman, in his greatl
demonstration at Harrisburg, uttered umoV
noble words among others the.tolloWin'g,
which linevitably puts -him the same,'
high position with Seward and Lincoln. ]
And we add, the state. rights(lemma.:
ey litive the! foresight- and boldness to
nominate JoEIN HroKmAx for President,'
they 'will .do the nation a service, the in
fluence of which will be felt for years to
come. -But here is llv. Hickmnu's.lvey,
of saying -that! the states will eventually be
all free or all slave : •
" Those Who stop to talk of conciliation and
compromises between us and the self-Consti
tuted oracles of the Democratic, party can have
but a feeble appreciation of thereal condition
of things. you can harmonize light
and darkness,( integrity and corruption, the
patriotic devotion of the private citizens to the
principles of oar government, with a tyranny
wor fe than thtit of the middle ages,.it will be
time enough td cry , peace.' Let this truth be
made prominent—that there is an eternal an
tagonism bet Ween freedom and slavery. The
ponstitution of the' human: mind and : the hu
man heart makes it inevitable ; and the one or,
the otheii ore St!eventuallygain the ascendancy.
The struggle tieti‘een them, but just begun, is
now going one our midst, and he -is but ft
superficial ob:ferver who does oot discover, it.
We have acteff Lonorably—benevolently. For
long, tong years-we have-defended the chart
erect rights of hur Southern brethren ; we have !
even conceded their exactions; we have given
them all the advantages springing front un
mpi,al legislation;' We have changed : policy :o
suit their notions of interest; until,- - having
grown fat, they demand as a prerogative what
we granted a 4 a favor; and having found a,
President•Withotit affections, a sworn officer
not afraid of perjury, Willingto hack their pre
tensions, they would now treat us as a corn-
Mon enemy, find brand our parries with indel
ible infamy. .They have done mote—they
have gone latther they have come amongst
us„ dud brib4d cupidity with gold, ambition
with promotion, and vault* with temporary
consequence,l todo violence to justice. Long
er.forbefiraiie not only ceases to be virtuous,
but it becomCs cowardly and base. The North
has rights, long in abeyance truly,-yet not lost;
we wilt save thein ; by walls of Ere and blood, it'
needs be, we! Will save them." -
Tlie; Last Legislature.
The State) Legislature has left no mark by
which its trieutory will be respected. It is, said
to have been conmletely in the- binds- of the
.I•Obb, - , and the public interests were the ;least
regarded Wiien opposed to the influences Which
that ontsidelbrunch oflegiZttion knowsso Well
bow to wield. when it Wishes to accomplish
its object. • - -
So saysf . that very consistent neutral
sheet; the.] Philadelphia. Lager, which,
pirate likei sails. under. false colors, and
seizeseieg opportunity to stab the Op
position pd t rty. figlveyer applicable the
Ledves rpniarks may he tn.tho 1 1 00ofocil
Senate, we' can say for the republican
rioue that (with few exceptions) no more.
honorable "ati s d high-minded body of mai
ever asenibled at the' Capital in a Legis
lative capaCity . ; and they not only - worked
!aborion;ily, but were ;guided iii their ac
den by m 3111649,4 mid- conscientious• desire
to advance, the iptiblie interests' and pro
mo e the i)ublie welfare. Some Demo
cratic papnrs; more honest and magnani.
mous than the Ledger; concede this =oh,
The gerieal character of the legislation of
the sesslob just 'closed, -will bear afavora- .
ble emnPal.riSon with that of past - years,
and iu ui uiy respects' will- prove highly
advantageona to the people of.the entire
State. That. some mistakes have been
made, is (doubtless true; bit' they have
neither bOen as namerous or as grave as
those which charaterized former Loco-
foe() Legislat IlOWeveriiisrepntablo
may : hare heed; the entirae: of a .few` Intent;
Lei whatevor taltitloy cling to,theii.
reputations; eliargeahle upon' the
OPlmiti 6 " - T l ots.;.*44. l teiikeetting . isser , .
,tiens of the fot , i uo ,
generolia 'an; far,* .theOppct,
:sition;'.ea . a 'party, is' eMteerned; feW
Who hare made themselves iiiramoni will
meet their reWartl; and' wife
faithfUlly did jtheir duty, and; returned to
their. constituentq with pure hearts ,and
glean: hands,'aisre',erethiS : been ;greeted
with the' Welcome plaudit,
If the Tclegiaph bau no., b.etter_ reply
than th' above to Make to the , Philadel
phia 'Ledger, - better say.nothing. If the
last State Legislature : has lefea."mark
which its . memory . WillberesPeeted,!the'
Telegraph ought to be -. ableto state intel
ligently what it is,..and until it Can do so,
we think the. inteFests Of the Republican
party will be litometal batter by silence
than by Such an unsatisfactory defence as
the above.' i '- What tad the last Legisla
ture do, or try ! .to du? is the question ehieh
people will ask.. We know full well that
=light, or ten Members tried to pass a Per
; and all liondr to them
for Stanc4g,Up for prinCiple against the
importunities pt'. weak-kneed Associates.
Of little that stru. , gletl together
to IttakAsla , i4unting on our soil "a hard
read to travel i i'. Re point, 'with exultant
pride, te. the-aeon record of the two mem-,
bers from thinistrict. When-amajor
ity of the Legislature. are ;nett of this
stamp, therei4ill be no mistaking the
mark. they will leave, brhind theta. A•
few members tried to amend the oppress
ive: military ti,et. of of the previous session,
(out of which Cul. KtiboUrn is nose try
to get himself a ltving,ANy imposing
its provisions upon the peeplel of this
'counts „Ana a very few tried to - umend the
free liquor law. But what did,a majority
of the members do, or • try - to do, which
.entitles them to. the respect of the peo
ple? We shall rejoice .most heartily if
the Telegraph will give •uS:an answer to
this question that will -satisfy reasonable
men. anxious! to justify and defend .the
last Uouse of Representatives.
We have the plea Sure o r publishing this
week the Erst of ,a seriesjof 'contributions
from. the inimitable - pen 'of our esteemed
friend, . Thomas Brown, :• which_ no
doubt, be heartily welYomed by out...line].
ligebt and cippieoitdeve readers: We
hopejhe does not offeud tha - thtusands of
" French" gents who nightly serenadeihe
who reside iu the -vicinity
our. wood-tied, by the -followin
For the FitterJoarna!
SERENADgbg L.A. ,GRENCitiILLN.
Translated from the 1-1 4 464 of - JEAN CnAPArik
and respectfully dedicated to
,Mis 3 C. M.
The evening shades ‘vere falling,. and softly fel)
the dew ;
Az I wandered by the- brookside, - to .think
-ftwhi'e.of yon"; ;
One froz alone was "peepine—one tnlitery
And it seemed to be the echo of my own heart's
• sad reffaiii•
" Come out; come Qt t, my dearest r'—so sung
this lonesome frog, •
With his head juSt uq uf ,Nater, closehy a
sunken log, •
"The Hazards halo gone sparking, the - boys
golle to sleep, •
And not a sound disturbs my iouli then, dear
est, come and " peep. '
" The blys weee throwing stones to-day a but
did us no great harm; .
The water now is very cold, but oh my heart
" is-warm I •
Let boys throw stones, bad weather come, let
lizzards squirin and crawl;
Let trouble come in any shape, I'll shield thee
from them all. • •
"Ah ! well dQ I remember, that- bright sun
shiny day, -
When on thisl log I rested. to 'watch the sun
- beams - play ;
Your fairy form came glleling,:along the peace
- . ful shore;
I made-a plunge to find you,, but never saw
• you morel •
"Came, desr'est, cone! I'm Waiting, ab, why
so long .delay ? - . .
Oh, haste thee haste andlet's.h . elippy - while
. = we may;
I'll Whisper lave's soft whisper--I'll give thee
love's!soft hiss—* . .
And every fleeting moment shall bring an ago
" Alas ! nla3l I fear me, your. heart—oh, 'grief
untold.— • .
Is given to another frog--,all female hearts are
Good night,, good night, Francilla, love to
• breathe your name; ; •• '
.And though your heart another's is, I'll love
. you all the samo.l',. . • .
*. "Commeindez p u.: eon vo oinv, g r.qui : aerez
dime," is perhaps too freely feddtred in this
Ibid. . .„. .
Bayard Taylqr.in the New Yor k
The exclusive engagement, by the proprie
tors of Ihe /reap York Mercury, of the talented
American tourist and aut or, Bayard Taylor,
Esq., is among the Most brilliant of the many
joumaliitic enterpriges of this journaliitic age.
The announcement of this arrangement has
been greeted with a furore of Ipirtgled surprise
and admiration, on the part of the Public, an 4
not only has'the literary , world been aroused
to a decided pitch of excitement, butall'othei•
circles haver likewise been brought to the 4 :qui
rive of expectation and interest,
The variety and blquaney of Ur. Taylor's ad.
ventures—the romantic and interesting scenes
--thc thrilling incident6-L-among which hi
I path hataalti, and the fresh, ;Priglitlyi4iritt.
irUctiMaientloits style of his*riqinpf,..irillltt*
der theta peculiarly appropriate *All. columns ,
Of li paper that aims to; be, ra4 ii,,: at nnca
1 brilliant and - chast4iri_AOtte:n-,Tha,geneinititl i
I ithiiseti for these - eprifribuiloatii:i is. " dt l o .. ilr
1 Cifikriens or LIPS ass : VAL
i.TRA"- . 4a_sitrip* bat
exPreidive head, under \ which; - -intf oaf,' the,
, cimracters, and eustants of other lands strtti , a‘ —
portrayed, but the yoyager's - titin :person:3o ad=
1 ventures, vicissitudes, and fordues , sad:and
merry; tragic and antic; also: . I ' .;'i I -
' ' The first of the se .$ Chapters, l la , hich ha:4,l'lst
appeared in; the elf encuity for April 30th; fr en
titled " Tita Fins r JOURNEY I Elia M os;+' and
I , i
is alt - tbat•conid possibly be- - desired, ,- forfasz
dilating interest, instruction, rjnil amusement.
The author considers this brat journey, to: have
been, perhaps, the moat interesting of any, itnd
I I he his certainly made, a glodons bit 'in d 1...-
The recent engagement of our great Anapri-'
can artist, Felix 0: C.:Darfey, irl3 u 'Mnster
strOke of enterprise on thepart oftbe 114rictr,
and. indicated what their second conitPfretat
corroborite3that the Proprietors intend :to
employ hie very hest talent, iu'brder tcji Make
the very hest paper. :_Darley is universally
acknowledged to he the. most talented! artist
noW. living, Whoitt works are e'ngravetT: upon
wood. England has . her Gilbert and beech
France has her Govarni, find Ghats, btit ()M
own Daddy combines the tr^st qualities ar
all—the picturesque appreciation of Gilnert4
the humor of-Leech—the masterly effee4i,and
rendition of chstractu that signalize Gasarrii
---the love of full and - satire that have ;made
the Paris Ch(irivivi what it are under
the control of Darley ;and when two +telt in
struments. as his pencil and Bayard Taylor's
pen are brougit.together, to enrich the columns
of a family paper, we . may indeed + der at
the progress of w.eekly literature, and the en
terprise of pubdisliers.' - . - . •
The Proprietors of theNereurg deserve great
credit for having made this arquisitimilte their
already brillianteorof contributor s and al
though the expense has unquestiona4 .been
enormous. there is not a . particieof diinlit that
the reading p abbe:Willl most. gladlyr,'SeCond
their efforts to givendditional lustre and solid
ity to home reading.. IV. •
As might natitraljy be expected, the ilainancl,
for the Mutculty of!April 30th, containing the
first ofßayard T ayilor e-journeys, is entirely
unparalleled in newspaper history;
rush fez-, it, . all ;the ,book stores tit;n4 ner.rs
dept.'s throsghouCthe- country, plainlYnttests
the immense plitmlarify tbe'talented, travel
er. A farther proof in the same direction, if
farther proof Were desired, ni,qy •be found- in
the fact, that the SrbscriptiOns received by
'Messrs. Cauldiveil, Southworth-anvil Whitney.
the proprietors of the SicaccaV,„ siimelthe an
nouncement (if Bayard Taylor's engitement,
amount, a - eive are credibly informed' over
F f 're hundred Ebtkirs a Day, in adilitk;n.to the
enormous sale:3 of booffillers an dinevi:Sagen ts 1
Bat this, perhaps,!'is hardly to Le Wendered
at either; when We consider that the linar. York
Mcccurtv is acknowledged, to be the; largest.
-ehei:pest, and bast literary journal in 1 4trocriica.
being a large quarto :4tect, filled wlth purely
original.matteri.from 'first to last, for. which
only two dollars per- annum is'eharged;!with as
liberal a redaction to clubs is is made by other
wpers oflialf its size and less than ;half its
torah t .
.f I ri
- F t uogrnphy tuLght zrithou extra
eltar9e, At•ttte : Iron City Collag6 Pitts
burgh, Pa. Students paving, forj a Full
'Commercial course at this Institution, have
the priVilege. of eocoiring thiA artfrhich,.
'of itself, fully pap, tar the cost. of .thc en
tire course. 1
• A • D/STI NCTiON hen! ; r a, man"
treats - me • with wick" of 4speet,l said a
Philosohical Door luau, " coutf4ri: myself
with the reflection that it is tA4t , i myself
that he slights, but an 0141 sluibby. %at
and hat, which to say:the truth; have no
particular claiins to -admiration,. So if
my iiat and coat choose to fr c et!abiAit.it,
let them, but it is nothing tol
OW) QUESTION.—The Wheeling In.
tellirjencer has the 'assurance's ultOse
the tollowing inquiry
" No less than four hundred end, cleir'en
new doctors were tnrned out 'pill militant,
to Storm the forts of pain,' hy, throe med
ical colleges at Philadelpaia, this spring,
Will the life insvance companies increase
their rates.'", : 7l •
Corrected every Wednesday, by P.:. STEB.
BINS; wholesale and retail Dealer in Gria,
-series and Provisions. 'Main Street,
CO DF.IISPOP,T, PA - •
Apples, green,l bitsli., $ 751 to 1,00
do - dried,
-Beef, • .• , - - 6! /..
Beef Hides, " • . -6: Gi
Berries, dried. IR quart l O l, - 18
Buckwhea.t, 11' flush.; ;. 63' 75
Rutter, 11 lb., - - . 20 22
Olteee, " - , 8: ' 1 2i
Tumus Bacmr. lOorn, `l l 4 btish., 100 IOG
__ _ _ _
Corn 3teal..per 'Cwt.;
Eggs,. ' . .rl doz., 1i 15
Flour; soperfine, bhl., 750 800
-do.:extra, " 800'..8 50
do - double extra,. " ' 8 59, 9,00
Gatos, - • 12 " 'l4
Elay; On, " ""10 00, 00
.. 10 • 12}
Lard.=:." l2 16
llaple Sutar, per,lb„ _ 10
Oats, V bush:, , 56
Onions, a• • • - 100 - •123
Pork, V bbl.,-', .• 20 5 6 23 50
do 'V lb.,_ • , • l O
.do in whole , hog,V lb,.
Potatoes, 1V blish., : 50 56
1.00 1 121
bbl, • - • 3Sq
do V saok;' . 1 . 25
Sausages, •,* • 1,2 1 4
Trout, 3-bbl„ " a 00, 650
Wheat, rtl bush„ . 1 25 - 150
White Fish, "per. 3,14b1, ' 600 650
-Woul; pc's.. lb., " go • 35
;:,1 Coif Arie Ea - terminators are taralu.
ablkiemediei for clearing hones of
aoirs,f)f rennin. all confidenc e w e
recommend them.--Ar. Y. Dciiis, s ig i e
RegAiter: - • - -
"COSTAR'S" remedies for all dotntrile.
p e g e , erieh,trs Rats, Roaohesi Bed•Buin,
&e. are ibralusble; we eat ,
speak from vetns l adrtiedge of their lei %
its DRUGGISTS and Distmts should
send their orders early, if they would se,
care a trodein thent.----New York Jogr.
sita4 ,Write:.sometltiUg'ahoUt 56ur
F,x(enuinUicns, so with pro.
'',ll! . ey, fire tiglittig, heress4
dest ti . :" Banner,"
" Deatli: to' all Vermin."': .
-• As Spnrsii approaches, - _
• ANTS and RA)ACITES, ".• _
yroin their holescome out r .
And MICE and .llars ) ._ -
. 'spite - of Cats, •
Craily i skip about.
• - • • Ben-fltilia
• ..You: in the :night, ' • r • .•-
• • Ass on the bed you sluinberi. •
'While Isse&rs emul ••
Throt ebanalei• nod halt,
In - squads without number.
IT IS TIVOLI! WONPERFULIVI'III
what eertainty r i. Rats, Roaches, illiCe r
)lutes, Ground Beildaugs; Atipi r
Moths. AI osquitooi - -Fleaa, Insects on hi
mars,' in sTmrt: every species. of Vermin,
are utterly destroyed and exterminated- y
'Costar's" Rat, 'Roach, &C. - Exterminator,
" Costar's" Bed-bug Etteretinator. .
. " Costar's" . Electric Powler; i6r Insects.
Supplied . rikcet, by maii, 'to any aildreis
•in the United States,ras follows: •
On reccipt of 84,00,-a pos. of the RAT,.
ROACH, M!..Ex.r.; , • _..
On receipt of :**.4,,,0c), ill box: each of the ,
RAT, ROACH,ftC.IEXT., and-EtELTKIC
_ POWDEP.,.(setit,pustagepiiid,)sulliei en i
to dem roy-: the vermin on any prethises..
So/d by DktiSOGISTS and - DEALERS. every=
11 , 21 7 e..
"'COE.T.AP;S" PRTNCIPAL 'DEPOT, 421).
117:0ADWAY, N Y. .
P. S.—Circulars' terms, Sc,, sent by, mail.
on appliciitint. .
zee- WHOLESALE AOENTA FOit
: . , . . . -•
COSTAR'S BR L CFI DEPOT,
Noill!east corner: Fifa and Arch Sheets;
And •Winilesale. Delilerl generally;
GID,DINESS, HEADACHE ; be
These pains -and- disagreeable feelings are
generally symptoms of some - other coinplaint
such as dyspepsia, apoplexy, and ariousoth.-
ers, all of which. arc caused by corrupt nox
ious matter, clogging the i'arious circulations;
hence, a stream or rush of blood to. the head,.
and by the,excitement as great pressue•on the
brain. • Giadiaess t headache, bliss of methori,
dimness of sigh t,-and wiricimother complaints
are the result. -Thus it wilt be seen that all.
the painful and distressing maladies oiic their'
origin to the-blood. Dr. Worse's Indian Root
Pills are acknowledged to be
eine that will thoroug,hly .purify the blood..
They.enter the blood, amith' follow
. the stream.
of life on its jobritey throng - lithe system. They
root out all foulness'and impurity, and dries
out every unhealthy obsitoctiont They should.
he taken every night in sufficient:quantities . to.
operate- briAly, by commencing with two oilts
on goin.g. tanbedt.three the nest piglityfourthc
next; if tile- symptoms are not :removed; corn-
ranee again Om pills and.go. up...again.
ax before_ . Cant:hum in like manner-mail the
blood is thorn n-'•4l IN- purified', and alrpain and
distress is entirely - Demon-ad:- • .•
Obtain one nf I OCT FREE ALMANACS. and read'
the history of Dr. MOrse's ITatlier, andhow this
medicine was introtiaceil.
BEWARE of a edunterfei; , oflltliese Pllll—
~WRPPERS. All' gennineme in.
BLUE wrappers; with the signature- of. A. SI.
White & Co. on each boa. Pate 25 cts.
Dr.. 'Morse's- Indian :R c h o s pa: ueliolcil .
by all dealers in Medi j eines. .
ELLISIWRG, Friday, April 29th, at be
BINGHAM CENTRE. Saturday, April 30th.
ROULET, Widoesday, I, May 4th, at' the
clickcel house near Mr. Weituer's. -
1 - ir,OTtA, Saturday, MaY. "Ith, at Sunderlia•
PIKE, Muttday, May 9th; at the first school
house helms Huey Martin's.
oswAYa viti4Ao4, Saturday, May 14th,
at the school hollse.
WHARTON, aatittrday; ?tray. 21st, at the
school house near Mr, Hop.kius%;
0&" Teacher's n;e. 'requesott to provide
themselves with pen, ink and paper i oleo Bead
era' New Fourth Reader s . .Examirkattoilt to
commence at 10 o'clock A. •
J. HEN•Da',CK; Co.. &A
sua.viN6.A.NP HAW-DRESSING•S4O O ic
Main : between Third and Fourth Streits,
Couiersziort,.PA. 103. :
Li.: T. ,JACKSON,
Healer. In . Dry Goods, Boots k.
1 75 ' 2 25
1 p'i 2,00
Shoes, Hats-& Caps,
Queer4si,vare,' l . ."-lard,warel
Groceries 6; Notions,
GERMANIA, tOTTEIV 00,, PL, -
HAS purchased the stook of Goods of MI ,
drew Jackson and-haring ..made sera'
well-selected additions thereto, rspee ol
solicits a share of the publiapationage, st the
old stand, where he is confident that he
be able-to please the most fastidious hurts,
both as to quality and price.: Please cased:
examine•my stock. iym. T. JACKSOIi• ,
Germania, "April 15, 1859.-36-6 m.
2.5 - 0 3 00
Dentist, of lirello o4
".411ega" Co- Y.,. respectfully
nonnees_to the peop le of. Potter and the ad•
joining Counties-in, Penn's, that he is r el .
nently establis7ited in .Wellsville and is pro
pared to perform the, various o ptiations 10.
his . style of inserting 'ARTIFICIAL .TEET.,.,11,
superior- : nut. - other .:style . known, ow'
di Allen's Continuous Gum." All .work
ranted. Letters - of', inquiry prompt itanswerea.
N0v.116,4858. 1 - - 11. M. SHEER
PLASTER for sale by-
P A KEPI.
e e4ll s.