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Jobir P. Vairee has been renoni nat dby and at times in large quantities until the,
the Republicans of the - Third on z res. Rtibtit succeeded in stopping tlieca.
sionid: District. kx- Judge ll g
yrhas The nver at Williamsport at its...bitth,
hien tomtit:did fov,t ongremk billitate; Sat point, was twelvefeet *VC low water
POblioarts of the Fourth 'District, aftW4l - ii. , ..4Filliontsim,o3l4o/4"11...,..• ,
bog and excited contest of siity-tbree
TILE I~At3`B"CifNVE:2TTON''AT' Etut:-:-
.Frora what we can learn the heptiblican
Naas Ikleottug attrie, the 12th- of
Septernber;= will' be the ' great political
gatherin' of - the :cant Riga. Gen. Siwon
Cameron. will preside, and 'Capt. J. W.
31 0.4. 01 C - Pf.F4KieS7will .act_ Namilal•
Probably lapt. s _lesa, than, 50,006., prssuls,
will ,be present. — Four thousand Wide
...kirakes are expented Cranford .16*-
- . ,
WANTED ! - COMPETENT ‘',BDJMNEES
lUEN:—The , demandlor skillful and
:--compliihed accountants is perpetual, and
_ 2 constantly increasing with; the increase of
• : production and :trade. -.Youngman _wish
, ing pr;pare tbeinselves for commercial
possuitsiwill -fintlino- Institution in this
• country -,possessing , aclvaotagesrcquat 'to
those bffotdedlbSt.thei Iron City•Collegc,
, OfTittSbnrg,li, is - nsw patriot.
izetl,ll,every State in the
, -:••• , ,
A NEsr or, RAIL 'Sviii*q:--Lro f the
boron ~h of 'Knoxville," Vega
iffilther . e ire.sixty-five fiixty•four of
them ate'Lincoln men,.
e.nn :Douglas is
• "skunked", in that borough. In the
borough of „%lljandoiatile_ county, there
are - eighty-six. votera. Eighty-one of that
numbpr,are Lincoln men, and the -,cther
" five pre 414 beiwcen Brecliinridge and
feared That old Thig,a
• fide alnuist a'Unaitrious Vote lei" Honest
'..loldiAbe:,": :The deinocrats ire , so scarce
• the rail apilitters have to,maul each other
tp.gct l tip an ezeitement.—Elmfra
33E.j..L P.crissrLyasiA.—At the
Republican meeting at Beverly, Ncw
JerseY, !Morton 31uNiehael, of the Phila.
4elphin Worth Americdn; said :
"Ant 'there is going to be a great change
ns, sere its,l stand here looking' in your faces,
and :Abraham Lincoln will be the next Prisi
dent orthe United• States. (Cheers.] That
is so ! to voice—lt can't be rill:4)W out.]
No! 'I like that , phrase—it can't be rubbed
out.' We'll rub it in. from now till next Octo-:
ber." [Cheers, and laiiehter.]-
The speaker then proceeded to show
the fallacy of the assumption that Bell
'will ket the iota bf Pennsylvania: 'With
thehittliest reffard for Mr. Bell he .would
ray it. and notin uspirit of deprecation,
that John Bell would not. get five thou
sand votes there.
Tnr. Aroostook (Me.) 'Herald says:
"-We heard.;-a tonversation the other
day between a lir,eekinridge man - and 'an
Dedioirat who had artrived his inten
tion of vuting.fcir.Lincoln. always
been:a.l)emocrat, and I've becn.reading
tinci.stiiilying;' and I have come to the
conclusion that. the Democratic party.
it s did in 1850, and'l'm
going to vote : for: " Honest Old. Abe.'"
" Yes, and get cheated," says the Hunk
er. -" Wtill," coolly replied the other. "I
ynted:.forTierce and: Buchanan, and gbt
,toile • times, and I don't
.feel -like :being humbugged the third
timee. Iliad as lief be cheated once by
the Itcpublicana,_as - all the time by the
. • A GORSESpONDENT - Of The Portland
gives a glowing account of a
Republican meeting, held at Alfred,
Atabie;rettihe 23d•inst.;-and says:
"The - Speech was most enthusiastically
The number present being
lart.trr than cotild be accommodated with
in-doors,lthe speaking was in the. open
air.' ..t.irairi the - platform sat a venerable
oaan of nioety4ight - y.earsovho fought in
7_ • ,eldtnr•tinies forthose 'inalienable rights'
v-for-we tre now contending, who
- Voted:fie George Washington in 1788,
'Amid . fits voted;at erery Presidential elec
tion Judea. and *ho, if God spares his life,
vote/br Abrdhain...Lincan, in .A l -
Inveinber next. He thinks he has . not "de
;,'parted froth - the 'faith of the: . * fathers.-
The:name of this old patriot is : , Aniajrah
He . residesin Alfred. =The' Brea .
burn Brightly here. , Gld York" will do
her "whole. duty.".. . • - • • . •
STORM, AND LOSS OF Loos.—On Fri
day, afteruooo the northern counties of
the central part of this State were visited
with most terrible-store) of twin.
Pine creek, was higher thanit:Ales been
known for many years, and the Cite:none..
Tiop, Sirnemationing, Kettle ;Creek and
: other streams ia - this section of-the-Stare
were _raised , to a_sery unusual freshet.
l'ine creek raised. About nine feet in three
hours and committed great.destruction 'to
roads bridges,; farms, and lumbering 'es
tablislauents. The Booms'near the mouth
of the Creek - wore broken and a vast quan
tity of logs escaped: ;'The Williamsport
Boom; was : undergoing repairs, and was
closed until after daylight. ; -:Boute of the
logs that.were _rafted out for , some 'of the
below,brolte•loose about 'two o'clock
in the _morning, , and they continned to
break their: fastenings ,until . after : six
o'clock,when the Booms and other fasten
ings were secured.- -,ilkboitt three
of feet;escaped froivthe Jayaburg;3l9l
- and Loyalsocktuills.-,,,The :fas
finings-of the:Lock 'Haven ; B0,04; :g i qe
ray, where t'heY ,had been,:pfting—out,
and:.nearly'. the" :entire stock= ot t n e d,
swouptiag in-all to ntaint I . 4,ooo.ooo_feet.
Ab0at , 6,000,000. feet .eseaped , frotn 'the
Pine'. creek ;Booms:-.Many of . these losi
were saugbtin tbe.Bo9m at Williams Port.
11 " - luzus Iwo;nreuttable. t* this, time: to
determine , . - • ;
Th&-jcirktolautten eta ,t et pass m s-.
T. S. ASG - EDITOR
'' - ile:PqNl.4iiii.jirciiitiggP.
.1011.447,51 DEN T.. - !*
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rn rAJEIRATIA NCOLN,
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" i , iii* , *iti-rittlDENi , ', '"'r;
HANNIBAL-,..flS3iLiN;; :. •
- • PRESIDENTIAL- -- ,E ,
agel Y"r ial q:TitiimAk M. , -116wEi
• - •
4., Robert M". roast..,.s.l.lCatbriti-111111:'.---:
— 6 • John M.
8: - Levi 11 ,
11: David Taggarte , -- 1 ••
12.' Thoruns:D. Bud.
13.; F.: B. Fernaltnnn..
A.ND:REW G. CU ItTIN,
110 N: JAMES T. HALE,
For-A . A.sembly, .
LEWIS MANN; -
(Subject tia.decesion of .C.onfores.)
"COramitteenran ' . .at • Cresson,
where:the Democratic State 'Committee
• • •.• • :.•.• , • •
met e says he looked for Mr.Toster into
woods .and couldn't ;find him. • They'll
- find hint:• iu the. erectionl
ffs. The Republicans of Clinton coun
ty held their connection on Tuesday and
nominated the following ticket: Con
griss—Hon.-Jauies T. Hale; Assembly
—Henry C. Bressler; Sheriff- 7 -3"..re . d P.
Its. The Republicans of LyFotning
county have made the following nomina
tions : - Congress—Jas. T. Hale; 'Assem
bly—Wm. Armstrong, ' Esq.; Commis
sinner—Wm. W. Antes; Register and:
Recorder—Theodore dill., .
fle" The Central Republican Club will
meat at the S. of T. 'Hall in., • tlqs piace
next Tuesday evening. A. G: Olmsted
and others'will spfiak, and we trust, -they
wilt have a large fiudience to speak to.
Every rnernber andofficer of the
,p 1u b , at
least, ought to be present.
Itar,7We observe that Mr. Fpster, the
,candidate for Governor,. has
authorized Mr. Weigh, Chairman of the
Dentocratic Statd Comnittee, to challenge
Col. ,Curtin 'to meet him for diseusaion
before.the people; and that Mr, MCClure,
Chairman of the Republican State Com,
promptly accepted the challenge, not
withstanding Col. C. has already 'spbken
in half the counties of the State.' Col.
MeClure'and Mr. Welsh, the reopeCtive
Chairman, litive met to arrange. the times,
Triacgr antilertotr4:tha-Meetings.. -
CLINTON . DEMOCRAT.—Our friena C.
B. Cater,, formerly of "Conderiport, has turned
tip in De Witt; 'lowa, as Editor, of the Clinton
Democrat, the first number of which is 'before
us: Mr. 'Cotter is an 'able journalist; and
staunch Democrat, and for a series of 'years
did goad,service in the cause in this State.—
The Democracy 'of 'Clinton 'county have rea
son to be prowl of the ability with Which their
organ is conducted.' The-Demotrat advocates
the election of-S. A. Douglas,: for', - President.
—McKean Democrat, • . ' -
•_ How grateful and proud the democracy
of. Clinton 'should feel--but thi) demoera-
O'nf Potter feel doubly grateful; is dO,
a so the citiieas generally: of CoUdeisport.
We wonder if o.liunli tter,bas heard
,to Virginia fsi
see ids, venerabie. mother wbo Jives ,in
Vertu oft is - said•to lutve ... conversed
with bar soir for stibont tad - honis at Nor
font, tba aanie a(ilielnnond.and be sagie
at Staunton. lt -is said:tb conversations
did not, direr; aiueb id gniticulers`• , He
15. George Bressler..
16. A. 1„ Sharp.
20..Wre...16 7 1Cep040. -
22.; Jamek tert.'
26; Bided `l.i.ll(;berts.
4. Herfry Souther: '
25. John Grir.”
OF CENTRE COUNTY
OB CE,NVTRE CODX,TX
HENRY J. OLMSTED
For Register and Recorder,
Foe Comity Treasurer,
DR. ANDREW STOUT,
For County Commissioner,
MARTIN D: BRIGGS.
For Courtry . Auditor, -
LUCIEN BIRD •
ty it ~.tatin, _itri the-,'per4iin - 9t,
hal filifietireitiiiicaltiaenithtlitirtiiii: `briptitiittirpOitiedzArttirritilseindz
pyltrani;a l , And,is .expected .to hold. fire
'h o l l eo nl iooaio n with her o ,,i tit at Hat: Judge DerieksoU, iPhd.waaequal; vs 0:y
~,,,.,_...4,..,.4.... i:,..,,, , tholeaslp.iriih aov is tkfield:-.J'or - rea.;
rtsbrly - ,en...tne.. - itn.inat.,ana anotnerip snia; ; best',.knoweito- the Ceiferiei lie' atta
Itettdingnetbe fith—the sante'. evdning mi .31 . ' 0( 14; -. ' o ftE r i wre i f i* r ib n ;ri i i ih e :
` ) gairt-it.liti)iciiiiphia, and thud 4,e go es` unsuccessful .But, Ono; cnitlit ..h: dOrni;
to.lOOkaitir.her in New York, Hope he dated ana ;do lieit;:; , iyith deTerenen to-, the
04 Bird he before he tires hinsele.id . • ci P r fr sia llk iit ' 4 : 3bi c ' 6ifir C*'; Vi.
dathAtilgig i to her. Son :with the , Jebnsod'has all the qualts:iitions --dects
long sary for the position :. And n itifainal'inir
cin tail and leis.:::' ~--'•:;:‘'-' . influence ~o es we will exert it In his.be
, _ e•
half. But we bare - no doubt of the is
sue/ i ilia majority - I/ill, count by thou
sands:- Cratoford Journal, 28t1&. .
"Stieceas to 'our , friend: , Jounion.7-his
election is certain by-shoat s,ooo,majori:
ty; ,, and . tthe ,district is sure of , st.good
- We prenine . Mr." T. - will niond
air ' Court herethig'terin:', for 'the last
timd,,unlesa in . his ,official pipaady, - --._.
4f . 5r We trust our_ "friends, throngkont
the conntiwill remember'itiat there is to
be a Republican - ldeeting liere on Toes,
day of Court week. Eminent speakers
_are - exp_ected, and the Comy
mittee are•making every effort to have a
good meeting... 'We bitehevery,totinship.
in the coutowillseed,a,delegatierCtop.
Jas. ofir : . kember. of Cengreis,
Hon. G. W. Scofield; of Warren, Hon.
G. A. Glow, of SUstitieliabna and' Hon.
Feittonp of Chatatnina; - N. Y.. Mine
all been written
,to, and ; at least two of
them. are expected to be here. Though
written, to some time. ago; positive replies
have not yet been received. from aey of
to announce any special sneakers
AZY. The. Demo:lra - tin Conventions of
T..yemning, and. Clinton counties, have reh
commended Gen._ Robert Pleiningi of,
Williatustiort, as their candidate. Al Con:
gress. He is said to 'be the beat man
they' can scare tip in the district, , but hati
never been. Irma known in politiCal
We are glad that. Judge Hale is•to bare
so respectable 'an opponent.; and - we hope
the latent energies of the Republicanti of
this district will be aroused to a full Sense
of their responsibility in this contest:
Let the whole strength of both parties be
concentrated upon the respective' midi;
dates, and let the people determine wheth
er they are for- Slavery or. for Freedom
The Republicans of Po4er m ay liave the
question to settle yet--there.is,no telling,
Therefore, let tis go to-work for the cause:l
BeFFALCI, August 31.—Gain Robinson, a
young•lawyer of considerable. promise, was,
run over by the New York express'.train on
the Central road last night,
probably fatal injuries.. Ile was intoxicated.
—Telegram. " • ' .
_was intoxicated "—'C A young
lawyer of considerable promise What
a play upon the English laognagc.—.
What was the , Promise ? Was his prob-,
able fate the realization "of - the. "`c,onsid
erable promise "—a drunkard's
ilie gutter the dwelling- piaee - of legal
promise ? Is besotted humanity the only
hUpe.,of the, American Bar ?-or doei .tlie
'ustiee blade of Columbia bang `pots the
rotten thread of self-abnegation and men
tal and physioal degradation ? Does thd
American legal mind find its bow of pro
mise in the bottom
,ef the bOwl, to reach
which- it must drink inconceivable pois
ons and brave certain death . ? • Oh, that
it were less so !,that the minds of
American Youth Could comprehend the
certainty 'of the degraded death they
brave by their devotion to the mandates
of Bacchus !
re„, We again find the Free South
upon our table, hailing as before from
Newport, Kentucky. It is again estab
lished there, this time protected by the
public commendation of ?.30 - citizena of
that place; and it pitcheSinto-the =bites,
with all the acrimony that Ww. S. Bailey
can concentrate. .Ve regret, however
that our friend 'Bailey ;is making somany
words in denunciation',of so true a cliam. l ;
pion as Cassius M. Clay. It will nut
harm him -much and will do. Mr. Bailey
no' good now when he Should rather eh- .
doavor to conciliate supposed enemies
than to estrange - farmer friends.' A bit
, ter personal 'war against Mr. - Clay will
not aid the Free South in 'regaining
foot-hold in Kentucky, nor even among
the true - friends of Freedom in the North,
wheie Mr. Clay is so poPular, , You have
a work to perform, as the representative
of progressive opinion at the South, which,
Ought not- to be' neutralifinfliile
son al bickerings.
The Frie South, is published at 133 . per
annum to single - sUbscribers, or $1,60 to
ebbs of ten" or. wore, Address, for- the
present,-Wm. B. Bailey, Covington, Ky.
JUDICIAL. NOMINATIOZ4.—The _Con
ferees of . Erie, Crawford . and Warren, Met
at Waterford on last Thursday the 23d.
Instant, and - after. balloting forty-eight
times and spending the best , part of two
days iu dismssirg the relative merits of
the.candidates, their , claims and that of
the various counties, finally - placed in
uomivation; Satnucl P. johnson.-Tsq.,
of Warren, as a suitable person tobe sup
porfad by the Republicans of_ this: 'Dia
trictf for PresiOentr-JuAge::: `.'
Stcte.Diatrict and, County. - We , imie no
besitation.in. endorsing this - the. last of
the series of the successful candidates
Mr,. Johnson is .a ripe scholar, an 'cape;
rienced: lawyer and:a man-:of /*doubted
probity.ofcbaracter.:i:We haVe - tatfour
preferences iii:the , .Nutest jAst ended, far
"Let us li:tur3 i tie Dead, audlind
-• • - 1 'road 'foie the • ,
The above was the wise and : . practical
answer, of.Pombal, - the Premier of Port
ugal when, -after the great earthquake; at
Lislihni- 'the King faSked -him what was
.The reply won the-. endur
ing,ontopee: aid friendship of his soy
quOte.,it, here:beci4ecif its
sigoTeancoacapplying to,the.position of
hesitating- 'vofera n, .the !mirth: 'There,
are. thousands o i f these, in this tate—
eacy.by our Constitution a sovereign • in
himi4lf, with :h e art. and mind for their
preiniem•—who- Me to-day 4aslcing them
selves what is to be done. Theirpreiniers
are.redy with the reply; "Lei us 'bil'ry
the dead, and, find fond for the
But_ who are the;dead ?—whathe
Let ns surrey the field of party polities
'and determine. i • - '
'Ti 'Dimon are 1., ultra-coOieivE4,)sm
2, , indifteience to ,ririnciples-pod 3, so,
ejal barbarism. I
John Bell and Edward Everett repre
sent class .. .first, t ,r thoie who are willing
to lay, aside the discussion ofal lli vi ng
principles and -subserve all
. vital issues
involving the rights of.the north, in order
that slavery may. have a quiet and easy
victory, ever:froel labor. They are dead
alike in soul and , body•-•-lhey would also
• the seine po
sition or a worse lone. -
A worse positiOn would be the support
of class second, Topresented'by . Stephen
A. Boughs and Ilerschel V. John - son.—
Douglas declareS, -"I dare ,net whether.
Slavery is voted Up or voted down,"
while Johnson says that the white labor
er isjno better than a This patty
is dead to feeling and principle•alikeit
is indifferent as to - the riblits of t1 ,.. - voter
and ,devoted to the personal ambition of
one -man, or . one Set of men.'
• dass three is 'represented h . V John C.
Breckenridge 'and Joseph Lane.
classli.s not only dead to feeling and prin
ciple, but declares its aim to be the pro
pagation of heathenliarbaristn on Amer
ican ''soil—the Subversion of enlighten
went and civilization, and the expansion
of biirbarisin with the spread of the na
tional Territory. These are the dead—
let us bury. them
Tgr Livirko, are, free speech, , free
votes, free soil, :free labor, free homes,
free ifriendships, free associations and free
tnefi and wornen-i--betvreen' whom and the
dead there is ever a living and irrepressi
ble conflict, never ending keit' the ,tri
umpli,of the living. . .
Of the living there is, or can be, but
one class; and
I bis class.fs' represented
in the prcsent contest by Abraham Lin
coln and. Hannibal Hamlin. , They see in
the slavery-extension question a live is
elle, and meet it with areinpents, not
threats—with principle, not denuncia
tion. The- food for the 11\in roust be
provided by the firm adherence of men to
principiee, and to their own and
their 'neighbOrs'' rights—by men. being
:and acting like inen. They must-'hare
food that gives them strength for_ .any
,olner f geney--strength to do
the right and firmness , tobear the wrong
tintirthe ilgTkt 'Altar prevail: Freemen
Of the North- what shall we:do ? Shall
we not "bury . the dead, and find food for
ThO Union_ Party. in Favor .of
We have received from the Hon. " Al
exander R. Bore er of Virginia, Chair.
man; of the Bel -tverett:Congitutional-
Union-Nationrd. ommittee, a • -document
entitled " A mini appeal to the friends of
American Indii4ry, !specially in the
Stat l es' of Pennsylvaula and New Jersey."
It hi , a heavy,
,effot to mnivince the tVork,
ing men of therie iStates that 'that . party it
the true friend of free-labor—a Party that
hail !net- courage I to. announce a single
.principle, and-ie . 9niatly laboring for the
triuMph of slaie : labor. °Vex free•labor.—:
The most strikiul L feature of thei"appeal,"
hoWever is the ' ,ollow,inglentMaileement
of the sin I' ' ' iiion of that u lon-lii:
• „ _
' .`.` 4 .."..-Itl in.sc°, 7 l a:,. : "- 1 . 1/4 W.. . 1 . 1 . i, .. 1 .4 4 *:- 4 .4egieditlL.
Novembernext,- tri ,in part, ~ y.. . e
I votes of bOth combined. 4 A4 this Alectititi
!via be effected in the , -2pf a paiiteltbd
national movement luau' ' le, ft,bY,:.• the't Ott,
1 stitutional tiniOnparty,u
u z.• Candid:4*nd=
nutted„to bo itkvery way ` thyPot7.9/Cibon,r
p. i .
&deuce and s c hnOrt of_ l'aiectionsf the
'teen of the North _equally With the psen'of the
1 Seuth. What Wonderilf flitier the eitaitfitent,
1 tion of inch a diffeiit, tql, patties 1 . 1143 .' 6 - 8 ,9# 1 4
should combine to ernbarass an . Adtabalstra
tion thus installed in potter I? ' --....------- ,
"If there be RS much o troth as poetry in
the sentiment that ' there s.: . no bate like love
to hatred'turned.' may weinot justly fear that:
the loyal, patriotic end conservative citikens
of the South will be consorted into diszoften
isle indeed by such ungenecbus dealings receives "
ed'at.the handset' those from whom thethave
aright-to look for better l things? Is , -it too
much-to suppose, - as tnetk are,' that in -their '
deetrand nattn.al eh:Tr, in",l deepened as it must
be by the mortifying sense of sectional humil
iation -medially, inflicted; the RePresentittives
in Congress frbin 'all' this :Southern States,
without .dielinction :of Tiorty l ovill combine
with the, elemen4 of opposition, at .the .141hrth.
tvluiteier`they, untY be, to!obitirtict iite' j.oliCy
and thwartthe naesSurei'of a President so
elected?" '," '4 - ---
Verily . - yott .Tone awry
fimo on the 'matter:.ra'..T.lnion-loving
matt, who is the reprelentative - ,of a Un 7
alists ltePeAfrighten Ott : v:North ~ into 4 7 .
feat with . the cry'of ,and here,
we havetbe singu . SP:ceiaele of a Union- .
party----which eschews Trinciples for the
sake of the Union--taking
. up the some
cry,Tor the , same purpose. We assure.
you, -Mr. Boteler, tha,t the business of
saving the:Union is inow 'about to be'
taken'out of your hands, or those of your
confederates, the northern and southern
democrat& The: People themselves are
going to take the Matier in hand ;" and
as a first step in that direetton, they are
going to elect "Honest Old Abe" Presi.
dent, and' Hannibal Hfunlin Vice.treei
dent—after which yot and many others
of your stripe are surd 'to discover, that
the Republican partYlis a Union party,
and. its .offices worthy to be held by
We'make the following extract from
the speech of Hon. Charles Sumner at
the' Massachusetts Republican State Cnn
vent:on on the 29th This ea
tract humoreusly, but lir eciseiy, eiplams
the logic of the Bell-Everett party with
regard to the Presiden l cy. The .conven
tioiCabove named„--tianinated the Hon.
John A. Abdrew, of Boston, for Gover
nor, gen. Nfithaniel banks declininc , are
nomination 'for . the reosou that he has ac
cepied-the position of resident- direetor
of.the Illinois CentraV R. R. Co.' The
Convention nominated. the Z.—
Goodrich For Lieut. Givernor.
But here is the extract from Mr. SuM
ner's speeCh : • 1 •
"Looking at them seperately, there is
first the Bell party: pardon me if I use
names freely. It is merely for ti.e sake
of convenience.. This party, known
among us only.by itsiboazts; draws its
practical support from 'the slave states.—
It is a pro-slavery parf i y—especially hos
tile to the prohibition] of. slavery in the
territories; but, in its direct avowals
dealing,in plausible lincralities, - which,
if they have any, meaning, mean slavery
—exalting the constitution ; as slave-mas
ters tmderstand itHalso
Union, in order to gain i credit for "saving"
it—and calling for the enforcement of
the laws, meaning sid.ply, the ,enforce-i
meat of the only act Of Congress which'
slave-masters recognise, that for the sur
render of fugitiv,e slases.. Tour-indul
gence would hardly exeuse me, if I occu
pied time in. arn c minent! against, this com
bination, whigh, , withoht declaritig a sin
gle. principle, without! any chance of a
majority in the electoral colleges,- and
without any chance a single electoial
vote in the free states, - runs for, luck;
which, with only .a single possible -vote
in the House of Rep+entatiyes, = where
it. seeks for a revolutionary purpose Ao
transfer the election; lagabi propoies..to
runifor luck. Its' plan, so far as known,'
is this : You will reuttnber that, by the
constitution of the Utnted States, ;n the
event of a failure to elect by the people,
the , iivuse of'Represelatatives is 'empow
ered .choose a,PrOdent out of the
~candidetes..,for that office,
and the - Senate' to - elipo - se - trVite - -PresiL
dent out of the two hi,ghest candidates
for, that effice,- Now, issuming iirst;, that
the, Republican candidate.. will, not be
elected by the peopleiiwhich you know
to be a very wild- assumiltion-4--andsecond
ly,.a,sswning =that therp will-be no oleo=
lion, of President by .th§ Heuse, this, par-.
ty next.' turniig to the:. Vice-Presidency
assumes thirdly, that Mr. Everett willbe
one of the two highest pandidates for the
Vice• Presidency, and fhurthly, that-Mr.
Everett- will be, elected by . the, Senate
Vice-President, and ten will .become .
President, lik(kJohn and Millard
.Filhnore—not. throng the - death ore
President, but : through;the,double.failure
by the people and by . ehe'House. Such
is the ,caloplation by wbich. this.band of
professed, conservatives seek 'to,give re
pose to the country.: : Perniit, nie te.say
thatit is only equalled bigioextraiatpuee
of MrsTopdles, in the faro, :whose 'pas
sior‘ was to purchase ancient '.articles of
furnittire.at auctinne4der ibe idea that
they mieht 'EOM, day, ie upful. .Once
to qa , limazelneot.Afillcr
_bra)/ :460 : p1ite,witikille
fithis for.? k g; d en ...
Toodles; ni t c;
ItoTtIT;of:-0 1 .:e Bell Perth ;"thouo i l l
o,:i t t oon ' married - many year /
"Ohildren;'it is posaibleony dear, tbg
have a child ; that child. n ay i l l
ditighter; and m_ai, live to an ag e d i
teraity,And 'she may mum d maa byl
ttameA h o sf Thompson spoiled w
hen. bow-handy it will be` e he re
door-plate in'the house I" I doubt
p erson ,afially -familiar-with atrih e
considerthisc,notuioation for . Vi ee .h i
dencyot more practical -Value Cul
Toodles'Arbrilm,T 4 00 r - Plate,
Of Thompson; „kid
iip'st a n auction-room: %out' tbeitni
tatraltopossible contingencies, h o i t T 4
it must be to have in the house!.
Peierione Phil.: Dttertor of Si b t
says 'tem - areAi the f 4 ".
issues as there ere no such has,
hills a swindle, gotten up i n i n ,.
and-are'. iikely to he altered to
"Manhattan Asseciation," N. "f:: - 31;;
Juno-driving - her chariot through cloud ! ,
NorthernAndiana.R.-11. C0.,"L0. ,
Ind ; vig. female dying witha shlelrl
eagle ; . Indian - oh tight end, Senate till
roll and figttreo.:tm left.; •
31. vig:trairt of .cars inning to the left,
right 3, female, shield•; Three, on left 3,
• Tut New . York Herald,ld. like
Speaker Otr; groans over the forests,
logs of destiny. It says with tears is
eyes; -..orhe "election of Abraham ,
coln,as. aur. next, President is now ge,
ally conceded- to. be koevitable.", 0
tbose determined tolannibur, the F.,
refuse to inake:this concession.
114„.Foster bas been bunted outer
woods by ,the Breekinridgers, He
declared for Breekinridge—conseqe
Dougtas stock ,bas gone down in r,
sy I main. •
On the ground-of Self-Inte
alone, ought to bei a Subscri•
-ber to tb.e . JOURNAL.
It is the only paper ptiblislie4 in theC
A CARD TO-YOUNG LADIES AND e
TLEMEN.—The subscriber will send Urn
charge) to all who desire. it, the Recipe
directions for, making ei simple Vegetable
that will, in from iwep to eight days, - rev,
Pimples:, Blothes, Tan, Frecklea, gallon
and all impurities and roughness oftbe 7
leiving the same—as Nature intended M.
be—soft, elear,ainre , f,h and teauqul. .Tbott
siring the Recte, with full instilations,
rectiiins, arid a di - ice,' will please call once
drDss (with return postage.).-.
- •- , -J.AS. T. :MARSHALL,
. _ rmieTecAs. CnESIST,
48 13t "No. 82 . . Citi:Bullttlngs; N. Teri
THE BLOOD IS THDLIFE.- : -No.mort
the poor sufferers in
.onr country tag
their constitution yacked.and torn by . r
and dangerous mineral mcdicines'; they r
come to the fountain of health, found lo
ple herbs and roots from hature'sstorehr ,
THE - MOUNTAIN
,lIEBB PILLS, of inm ,
mountain' plants composed, will reach
stop their distress,' and cause the blood,
newed - and:clcansed, to carry = through
body the ;elements of bealth building tip*
broken constitution; and carrying life
health, where but for them would bare
the wreck pf hope=-the fe.eble mounds!'
ing. at last moduri.bY -the cold band of d•
Do not diet overcome.your be
reason ; •do not look upon these. Pills as
like others,- - dci not let : your despair, aftp,
ing everything, else, prevent you from ^
these, The blood must be pure; and -
sickness is impossible. What a great
yet situide truth is, this I it . appeals to ^
common,senio of all „it is the greatkey•
of the healing:in:7. JUDSON'S MOM
HERB PILLS Will - Purify and cleanse it
Sure as the sun will rise to-morrow.
- Judsqu'wlionntaln_llerb Pills are gild
THE 'FEMALE*, ORGANIZATION is,
as frail-as that of tender tower: Mier
the sex cuter into marrive . relations trtd
being able to.undergo the labors and tat
niaternity,.ln this country thousands of yew
and. benntiful' women are sacrificed es
year from'this . cause alone. liciatettei'se•
Grated Stomach Bitters will savemailot
class - frdm 'an.uatimely . grave.. Thismeg ..
hai bretinmseel,with great. benefit by haw
numbers of people thronghout the repot •
and -the proprietors have received gnu
commeridations from all sections of theta
try.'. - The _Bitters - will be faund to;be T.•
pleasant to the taste; even as a beverage,
prompt and-powerful in its effect as a me&
cirie. Itlufuses new vitality - into the frail.
and strengthens the whole' systets,tl .4 ,
wdmen . who use it are enabled to go tina4
with laticirs - which - would. withant - ft,Le - cd:
ain to prostrate tlem. Sold by all drt., bas
TO FIRS - OA - 3 , OUT ZMPLi ro n ie g 6 e'
GENTS. W-kNTED TO SELL 'lmea '
SEWING MACHINE.I—We Wit
ComiiiisSioni or wages;itt from: E . 25.
per month, and expenses Raid. This
Machine, and simple, in its eonsi
tlint a tbiid of 10 years can leam to
it by half an hour's instruction. It
to any Family' Sewing Asehints. in ELENS
the price is but Fifteen DollerS.- —•
Portions 'Wishing itti Agency Will add .
•fo : • 7 J..N. BOYLAN;I
See,y,..Erie Sewing gaebine CeoK
• • •
• • CHA.it.LES , MANXING, .
BEACESMITii,:Fnutrth strnet, fliettieettit i
Lind West Streets; clonder,sport, rag
pared;ttri'ilo all kinds of work' in his .11 :
on :tbe most. ieasggable terms. 05
akin ftipnitnent.! • -
P..A.'6TELlBMS,"baidufitold maids S , •
of anode; is Anaitnns or kissing til) hie
ones: - indebted: to him:
,quested,ta, call , liiithedlate4,and settle;
Store cr /C.. 2 ! 7 :' 61 714W5 &ARO,-