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WHAT MIOlLtt hk iiosi:.
YCryiiur over spilt'milk." is neither
e0,,'i,nS,!1l';P',f)V,fl!le-,l ',.?!? fnmiwign
ot.M V.WW'ty WWC ns, and the is.
ems tt trfk$ rlemrind that every, eflbrt
ehofalt. be 1'Ut forth to secure tho elec
tion of n Union Republican I'resiileut
our party. .Tirf don- It will bo to
iIjjitertfitQl'iiU to"ao that those hold
up -.pprjQai&J. yictt-s bo counseled niul
ndwfcsL Tllc.N:Y. Tribune aptly re
marks'1 that1 if every man' in ' the
rtfy'roAlJrcM;.fvn(l did habitually
l'jfttJftf'.wH Jwve iw mora doubt
of eluding a 1'epubliean President
next ycath;jn if the rising of the' sun.
ButvYy voter -who does not rend is
a peril; ;1 rind the multiplicity of "such
voters subject, tho results of our
cltjotiontoo much to the , control of ac
cideit. Fortune will not always favor
us a.8he did In 1861 and 1800. We
onh be ' sure of victories only by de
serving thorn. And the duty now im
peratively pressing upon us is to take
Ofire that every voter who can read, and
vill read it, or who ha some one in his
family 'who can and mil read it to him,
is ' 'seasonably snpptkd with a good
Republican journal for tin whole year
.Wo ftra not goin to succeed so
canity as many have fondly calculated,
anil we rejoice that we am not. If we
let the contest go at liap-lmzzard, and
do not seasonably provide tor and de
serve sit'i-oss, w nviy ho beaten. iut
if wo begin now, and, by concerted,
systematic effort, put a good Republi
can newspaper into the bands of every
votci" who will read it, wo cannot be
Flooding the country with printed
matter on the eve of an Flection is a
desperate report bettor than nothing,
and that is nil. No reliance can be
placed, ou it; Jittlo good ordinarily
cornea of it. lt.it bein now, nnd
fiystomatienllr bi'uvo that every man
that lias ft vote shall haw a newspaper
if fie will (Ac it, and all is sale.
Kojjuljli'ans! resolve to see to it at
. 1)1 t OlllXi WOT.
Ill reply t n dispatch from- the(A
IuqjIjUi, Ohio, Uri. i, regarding th
election in that Mtnte, A. J. replied: ''I
heartily' thank yon for the good news,
Gol bless you." ..TJiU.go.od . Si. And
rew fibervi'S tho M'nsliiiu,'tmi C'lron
ic' is bccoinin; profus.; in his j.inus
invocations SomednVs ago he aston
ished the departing Xicaragiuin min
ister .by, the Avrpiuut, though somewhat
undiplomatic ejaculation, "God bless
you, My Molina!" wilh which he clos
ed hi speMi on that occasion. '' Ts this
an (utlicalion pf a more devoted spirit
tlian..tliat.-ti yhioh he has been 'coin-
monbr -fnjposed to be ton much nd-
or does' it spring from the
maddlin V-t of religious' seiitiment
whfcli'an over indulgence, iu the latter
s):nolimes inspire;? Possibly, Mr.
Johnson, foreseeing tho' early ternii
natTon of his politienl life, designs turn
ing lus attention bcrehflfrr to eeclosiasti
cal 'ipreformoiit, aiul . desires to place
himself, on a g.wd .footing with the
religious community inadvanoc. Hav
ing -fwung'round the entire circle of
political honors, ho may, like Alex
ander, be longingjor. another world
to conquer, nnd prha intends mak
ing his next campaign in the domain
of the Church.' '
-v' ' CKTonrn Ki.i.cTios.
Pjeu.vsylVania. -The voto in this
Stat was usually light. About 80,
000 Ytffcrs, compared ttith last year,
remaiiieil at home, viz : -10100 Repub
licans, and 22,QGO Democrats. Shars
wood, the Democratic-'candidate for
Judge, is elected by aliont 922 nin
jorirrV'rIfe "pucwda' a TVmocntic
Judge, aiit there,, is, -therefore, notliing
lost nor gained by tlie resultof his case.
The LejjUlaturo elected, is Republican
in bifkh brniicliesi the Senate standing
20 li?pnb1!cah8 to 13 Democrats, and
the House. 51 Republicans to 40, Dem
ocrats fjfjic Rcpulilicaua bavea ma
ofliia joint bnlluit. i.
Onia Gon. Hayes, the Republic
an cybjtet(r4Govcrn.Tr, aud other
StatMniows-ontlie Republican ticket
arc JyTtiiyhoiir3,000 inajoii'ty
fac'Jirne Legislature, however li
liot ltiTiitnndenmr. Irrt 'iimirli I
u6SfcH(6twjA'r4w. a, v, ,p. swna
tor 9J3!Xf' .W,0i
-m mmim ijwut ia lua 1 J9
probaU 110 1 1 n sfrwin rtfc,.i4
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Tifllfii t Wu:"'5;
later . v- r - ' n . 1
lieans have carried everything, Govfrn
or, Legislature, Ac., by the hvy
J-VM.uiA-'lle,electipf in klT
State jvas shBiil 'lli- Cotoficei
ami ma result is Ah .favorable to the
Republicans as usual. At ull points.
where a full vote was called out, the
Ucpubhcans made handsome gains on
their majorities of last year, which
were large enough then to give them a
very decisive .Victor? In tlw'SiaVe"
Xebhaska. The city election at
Omaha ' resulted in a ' Republican
Hiiy. ajns is a gam. uinaiia naa
hitherto liecn a copperhead strwurjioiil,
The aliovo rtrc the real resulUof tlie
October elections. We are aware that
tho Democratic papers have told a dif
ferent story, but the the trutV.is "pre
cisely as we have stated it above,' i In
stead of carrying Ohio by five or ten
thousand majority, tho Democrats are
beaten 3,000 in that Stated aad instead
of electing Judge Share wood in Penn
sylvania by from , twelve to fifteen
thousand, ho goes in with the meagre
niajorityofubout 922, allof which, and
more, was secured to him in l'hilndel
phia by I'epublienn friends, who re.
spected him ns a neighbor and hail
confidence in his abilities ns a jurist,
There is no doubt of tho Republican
majority both in Ohio and Pennsylva-
mu uciii.; mil as large ni Tins moment
as it ever was, nnd next year -when
(irant comes upon the course it wil be
increased beyond all precedent.
AlABA MA.-The election held in this
State, a few days since, was carried in
avor ol a Convention to iirovide for
the resumption by Alabama of her
place as a member of the Uuion, by a
majority of 72,000. In Louisiana the
majoiitv for Convention is about
20,(l()0. Thisd. t 'Won in those two
States shows the vat rreiiondcraneo
ofiho Liepublicans-the test U'ingC'ou
vention or noCVnvwitiou. Tlie Dcm
oerais are oposed to holding a Conven
tion, but they are beaten by an im
mense majoritv. If tho Republicans
shall pursue their advantage, and we
have no doubt of it, they' will have
Louisiana and Alabama, as well ns all
the .other ex-rebel States, into the
luiion, in time to vote at the next
Presidential election, when they will
all vote fur the Republican candidate,
(ieu. (jtiiiit will be e!c:t(tl next year
by tho largest majority ever given to a
Piv-Mc.ifalcaii diduto". He will carrv
every Mate in tliu I . iiion,- except
T ." .... I 1 x t i . ' 4
lynuicKV niul .iiarviaiiil.
TIIKX AM SOW.
ln 112, says ihe Pittsburg Ga-M:,
the Demix-raN cnri icd New York bv
v),f.yj, elected 17 membe'rs of
Congress to M Rcpublii'im. ' New
uersey ny r-i.o'Ji, aim ettctetl 4 inem
lers to one Republican. lcniiylvniiin
by .'5, o2 1, and elected 13 members to
It Republicans. Ohio by 5,577,' and
elected i members to 4 Republi
cans. Illinois by 16,ilG, aud elected
9 memliei-s to 5 Republicans. ' Michi
gan bv G,(J14, nnd gained 1 'member.
Then our nrinies were iii the. field,
Kiiinncipation was in project, Repu
licnns had to breast all tho rucoil cur
rent of that public ' sentiment turned
aside by' the annulling' of Fremont's
procbimat'on. They had defeats, dbus-
rrs, mistakes and betravals to con
tend against. Their leader was more
viliflediind ridiculed than any public
man Imu ever been.-.. Their enemies
wt re wild with enthusiasm. Therrb-
els struck with renewed vigor and as
surance of victory i Tho London Time
assumed that nothinar could brinv
peace but a recognition of tho confed
erate States; Mr.; Gladstone said Jcf
crson Davis had created a nation.
The Democrats held a jubilee in Phil
adelphia, at hioh our. soldiers were
said to 1)0 fighting "in patient submis
sion tothe inexorable law which drags
them from their homes," and that "the
Democracy now . present to the world
an unbroken phalajyw oX kindred souls,
that they ui- never lw enslaved nnd
that the habeas corpus is thd shcot-hn-chor
of their hopes." Mr. Lincoln was
pronounced ''a tyrant!1 who had come1
iiuo power wuu "ueatuen ontlis, and
was "a nightmare . to los eomitry,"
Mr. Ingersoll jiroposed a National
Convention "for the reintegration of
our individual freedom and our State
rights, and as some hope, of restorin"'
the Union, of which there was not. the
remotest chance by any other means."
Mr. Reed, more diplomatic, mid '"the
North was weary of debt nnd taafjon.
pi the tax collector and the rortuitin
sergeant, weary, of, die1 ambulance of
the wouuded and the heatues-of die
dead, and nvoiild hail vrith eistac Itei
yonJ control the lio'nr'Mvneh 'flags 'of
truccshould be displayed fit Wabliine:-
n.i Tii.limnn.l " TTn nA.Ji
tue next .ifgislature. to .."become Utc
grtuid inquest". forpadiotint all : wlio
dareif to take' a fironiTflmt part fn the
Jar. J Bnt trie atfiitfwfiot- l&C'TU
llAtllfa l fl K'K lllft--TlrtiT l1-A tif-n!nnrt
tvwfilv, vauished, and bright victories
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BJICWt mm avw viwiiw.:
twuiiv vaojsiiqii, anci uriciit victories 1 ti.l- iv-zi.-. vu i..,
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asjn 1802, the cloud low era,. but it
Intends no disaster. Tho people sec
jdtilfer egijiad.hopfullv awaitthe
l'lf 'gif jtintiKlit if hich will
strfaii tliWiiirfj twnrin a ud gladden
the heart of tho' nation at the forthcom
ing Presidential election.
We have been furnished with g free
ticket to the, to us; liitiicrto'unexplor-
1 etl feglohallSTve; V.-go we
must we shall chose-our own craft
there belh decided objections to trav
elihj ni(')04t patrojjiiM'dj for the" last
uuieiy-sn yeara ,oniy ; ay Amocrats.
The steamer is namedMiacegenatidn."
v imagine it has been re-christened,
nfnoe "Sfrcqhtred a more' legible name
boforethej professed to have abandon
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i Ctuep JusTfCB Chase, in a recenl
decision in Murylandj decidetl against
the colored apprentice system whereby
a mild form of slavery was still main
tained, there mid , elsewhere in the
sontli.' The Chief Justice decides that.
under' the Civil, jlighU bill, colonxl
person aao ; eituuma of . the. Unitetl
States equally with whites, and no
citizen can be held jn involuntary
servitude,' except in punishment for
crime. It is a salutary decision, ner-
feetly consistent with right and justice.
Capt. II . Keys, Democratic can
lldate for sheriff in Washington Co.
was elected over Major Henry Myers,
Republican, by one hundred and eigh
teen votes. Tho aggrcgato voto of the
county is 518 short of that cast for
Governor last year. Of this we lose
3o9, or in other words Judge William's
vote falls that far short of Gov. Geary's,
while Sh:uswood is only 199 below
( lymer. .Poor coiwoJution for Deni-
oeraev there; i , .
Thk "Jtonilholder's organ''' is the
cognomen bestowed by our prolific
neighbor. We take exception to the
nauif. Wo never owned a bond nnd
loubt whether wo ever shall ; nor do
we envy those who do enough to ad
vocate their theft. Honesty, friend,
'honesty is the best policy."
We see by the returns 'that Greene
county is as gra n ns ever. Pauley
seems atiani ol tlie ripening iiillucnce
of Way ncsbiirg College, and belabors
it as a very small and insignificant
We clip tlic above from the l)rowns
ville Vlippeii t !ioV the citizens' of
Greene county that the ctlbrts of our
neighbor to stop the spread of knnwl
i t. ii... .... . .
mm cru.su uhi iiig i)i.liuul-lvu..lioi'
i ( j ks e ua Ij Grant is looming up on
all sides ns the next eandidateot the
Republican party for President, which
makes it' certain that he will be the
next President, of tho United States.
The'. people have of 6hc accord pro
claimed him champion nnd woe be to
Ihe politicians, that, enter .the lists
against Jiim. .. ' , .
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, "Rnx says of ontj of liia i piratical
heroes that ho, was "tho mildest miin
nrad man that ever scuttled a ship or
cut a threat." Tlie II orld says of its,
successful candidate for the Supreme
Lchch in Pennsylvania: "A gentle
man of more irreproachable manners
never helped to cut tho throat of po
Iitical tyranny before." ' ''
; The Democracy have advertised a
grand illumination . and ratification
Meeting for 1 Thursday nfternooh and
evening, nesr.. vto cannot cive our
readers the , programme Jbr .the dny
afore-mentioned, but Friday after it
will beeiek-head-ache, body indisposed
for action; stomach .deranged, d al, in
numerous train, -i '' i-
Tim New YorV DaiUoofc savs "the
ljaijcrs' of the Republican pai ty from
Iiiii'-oln down tojhe tail end of its
official cxjptqnce, deserved crucifixion
1 thoustviili: -times' over. for itaone im
pious, fathomless ; hmj nnpmnonnee-
ablc crime ot cmanciiKition."
The Miwrnyer man and bis ilk,
didn't choose to loan their money to
the Government to pay trio soldiers,
and prosecuto the wur; nnd now hav
ing no bonds' are naturally opposed to
licing taxed to pay the interest of the
loan. ' ' v '
ij-s',hc country can tiow breatit more
fi-eery, a'aa? tiie elections OKlicato a
speedy ret'nrnr bf ' thrtrne'mCn of the
South" to their old places in tb?
Governmbnb " "
-- ' m m " r'-- '
mmitteon!)iio.'hayc rcsolv-tl' for
PrajiUat.iiin rbiii t jib cm o ;
gV.'i' : i .! el
iiieiixuui iir x i
i t ;!
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The Unioutown (Pa.) Stdndurd
raise the name of General Grant, for
President,, ? - ; '
TtrE Tennessee IjOgislature has nom
inated Grant for the Presidency. '
STATE n-Ki riOM-OKlUIAL.
, The following lj giyen as tho offlciul 0t of
tho State election on the 8th luat. We give
the rote or 13G for Uio purpoua of comparl
soit t '4' . . ' -i .
I'lil.in. . O. .p. 1 1 Ull Inn. (.'on.
Meury CJjrniur.liWll'iuii. Slmra U.
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0. 111 1
lSV!tl, 1 2lW,21 2)17,7111
i . 2.W.-21
Majority 17.17S I
It will lie pr rnclvctl Hint (h noimbllran voli'
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' ZIow It itn Done.
As cviilenee ot tho great earnestness
with vliich they went about their
work, we publish below a literal copy
oi a private circular issued bv tin
Democratic State Committee, and sent
to tlie cliairnian ot every county com
mittoe, under the injunction ofsecresy
DKMO(;n.vrn,' State CoMiirrrEn
No. 73S Hansom street,
Philadelphia, Sept. 18th, 1807.
Chniriiian of County Committee,
Con nl v.
J ea n btR : T he nwusitv for close
attention to details in thw'eontest is
most npnnrent. it is comniinitivnlv
noiseless, but it should be maden of
The great end to bo accomplished
: To poll rwu bemocrrilk rote.
1 lie first thing to be done is to learn
the nnnies of all the Democrats and
doubtful men. ' For this puqiose the
blanks were furnished you, and so far
as you nave returned to me the lists. I
to-day send you copies by mail. ' Send
tlie remainder as ranidlv ns Dossible.
TIhko lists are to lie placed in the
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naiiiiM oi iicuve iiicu in llie districts;
I enclose in each lixf i 'circular describ
ing thnr duties, fir their direction;
also enclose you ii copy thereof.'
- Make it your business to employ
these men yom-trlf. ' Do not trust to let
ter ; go nnd see ' them ; pay them ; pay
tiiemtor meir lime in wnrnma the, dila
tory, and for election day, and jmmvidc
the means to haul the slow mm to the
polls. It is better to ppcm! money in
tins way than by meetings. : If you
have ony doubt of the men you employ.
tell others of our friends that von have
placed money in their hands.
Get your detailed vote tor 1807 and
18(lt). Compare, tho two, this will
show you the districts ' likely to be
slow. Give them : special attention
now. It is important to got reliable
men in each district. Do not devote
your attent ion to making a . specific
majority, imt iook to getttntj your vholc
iwc jicn tins is done the ma ontv
fi illows. !.' ."
In rcn MiJ! dirtrivi, I would sn-
gest a ni)eeial Conlract with active
men, thus: - In 18G.T, the district poll
ed 100 Democratic votes; in I860,
IL'U Jiemoeratio votes; now fiircvcrv
I3emocratio vl)te over 110.' rolled, we
win pay vou a nxeel sum the day alter
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vne riHiuin. iins 18 sillipiv an 111
centiveto bring men out, f ir'the vote
of 1866' shows they are there. "
hce. that your agents have all Demo
crats nsscssed, natumlied and their
taxes paid. Ief moTinow what I
can do for voh." 11 '
Send forward the lists rapidly.
Ik very careful of tins' baper: kceii
it entirely 'private;' " ' ''
i- Jtesprttruiiy lours, ' .
''" ' Wiu.rAM Av Wallace, ; ,
" .V; ' Chairhan. :
'It is cvid.-nt irohi this, 'remarks the
Washington kBniortcr, that no' small
amount '61 money7 was1 Used ' in the
canvass," inost of which was no doubt
supplied by the' Administration As
we are thus informed oftho' weans
employed to produce the rdsult 6ver
AV'Jiieh our oiiponchts ard roloieiiiV. let
it be the fixed dcterhirTTafiou" of every
BopnTifTcan tliat th6'lflce tiljall iiot 6c
cor again. . . . ,
irr?iiU Devesxy.i to. bo huug inL
ucriig.iuityr va., loi-tiio;.niurder
pfJii ,wife(onL thj 12tli o( JiTpvember
Bxt; and Mrs. Lena Miller is to lie
hung in ClrarfieldtuW'7inlic samp
Statefon tlie 13th of tfovomWi. " r..
Osory.has atjjuod Uiedea't-warraat of
Dotn tDqv nmeJ ninrderort,
l'onietc. EU-eUonDfoiorrnUq Fraud.
Pirn..U)KLPIILA. Octolipp 1A.L.TI
Republutin candidates for Register of
vv ills, t lurk ol tlic Orphans' Courts,
and City Commwsioners, have com
menced n contest in tho Court of
Common 1'leas with tho Democrats
who received certifienfes. Election
frauds are allowed in many wards. Iu
one precinct tjie Democratic election
olucers rc said to have- Nueived one
hundred i and ; ninety-six i votes- lroin
jiei-sond not on the list of.Votefe. Simi
lar ti-aiuu are charged iutli iS(
lentil, Jntteenth, Seventeenth . and
Twenty-tlrth wards, more than enough
to change the result.. i.vil i
. . The J'upal Keroliition.
, l wittMut'iniitr io,rr Alio re
inforcement of volunteers recruited
Fratiee ahd Siiaiii for 'tlia "d efeneo '
the Pope, Jiave arrived ,in, the city ' of
! When hut heard .'from. Geii. Oari.
bnldl, with a considerable force under
his command, had succeeded iu reach
ing tlic.vicimtj of Rome, and was still
auvnneing. . .
Paris October 18. It- Is reported
thAt the fleet of transports and iron
clads at Toulon has already received
Orders to sail for Rome, but the actual
departure of the expedition has not
Floiu-.n-ce, October 18, r. m. Tlic
troops of King Victor Einaiiuelnrestill
guarding the frontier of States to the
Church, prevent all persons who have
tiie appearance ot belonging to tho Gar
ibaldiiui organizations from crossing
the boundary line. It is reported that
the plan lbr an insurrection within the
walls ot home has been discovered
nnd that the leaders have been dis-
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uuti-icu. hi icsicji nun mrowuinco pris
London, Midnight, October 18.
i lie loilowinjulispiitclihas iiistbeenre
ceived from Florence direct : "It I
reported that Gen. Garibaldi has again
escaped from Capcra,, and that he led
the island on an Amerii-au slop.
The Garibaldiatis have appeared in
the Western district between Koine
and the sea. fhey have taken pos
session of the Railway running be
tween the city of Rome imd the sea
port of Osta, and torn up the rails, pre
venting all communication. It is still
believed here in Florence that the Gov
ernments of Italy and France have a
perlcct understanding with each other
nnd are really acting together in the
treatment of the Unman (picstion.
i:ii-e(lin Onlrni.-oi In l.niicuKtor.
e see by a Iiik-astcr city paper
mar ine election did not puss, oil so
quietly in that town as here with us
As soon as the news of victory reached
the Democracy of that nci''liborhood
they became jircatly excited mid eon
eluded to let oil' their surplus enthu
siasm Dy liring a salute. Instead of
ffoinir outside '"l ciry l!ir dial pur
pose they planted tlm cannon iu one
ot th principal streets and rammed u
gum blanket home on one of the car-
ti'nlj;es. Uicy then hied info somo
houses opposite, not only breaking the
glass ot tlic windows but also smashing
in the sastics. . ihe cannon was next
brought ni) before a tavern., which the
( ;pperhciul gentlemen tlmuteued to
blow uptimes the landlord, was wil
ling to stand treat for the whole party.
He had no other course left than to
agree to tho proposition. . lAfler hav
i .i -i .i .i
nig uuoioeci ieeeiy mey worq, ol Course,
in thcii! right elcmrut. ; They next Set
a can containing two pounds of powder
oii the bar and then bantered oile
another to throw in a lii'htcd ciL'iir,
which one of them did, but, happily it
milod .to ignite, otherwise thero must
have been a fearful explosion. Worse
still ; on .complaint' being made next
morning before the Mayor, who hap
pens to te a rank iAimorrat, no satis
faction ; whatever was given to the
parties whose property hud been thus
wantonly injured. .
DEsrortiATtC Economy. The Jer
sey City EvcrCg Journal, in noticingf he
citimor against lCepubllcau extrav
agance, expresses the opinum that it
would probably do these disloval rar-
pexs some good" to look ilito their own
record for example: ' In, the nine
years prceedihg l8fi(j, the city of rcv
lork being nil the, while eoutrolcd by
the Democratic aMy; tlie' suiii paid
into the sinking fund of the City of
cw York, nominally to pay off its
debt, was 83,58b', 7 b), and tho 'cost of I
couecltnn this sum by salaried officials
whoso duty 'it is avp.n-t of their busi
ness, 'amount. to ' Jj:)Jl'-lrt.tSof,:t'Thus
these ' Democratic olliciajs used hp al-'
most tho ' entire 'revenue' in,' paving
themselves for collecting it 1 There
is Democratic ceonoiny.fi r you. ,
.At Dayton, Ohio, seventy five in
alid soldiers, inmates of a soldiers'
Home 'were taken td thd poll.s-'and Vo
ted for Gen. I layes to a man. 'They
were crippicd and ncipiess. Hut the
DenifK-ratid crowd ' 'ym cowardly'
enougn to insult tnem M-itn. coatee op
iLucii, nunc nunc renin r i ltyyou
hndn't lost both Vouf 'd d hrmv
J'Sorty' that' othet leg was left" "Pitf
the rebels h.-id'nt kilied Vou." "These
are the metito whom Republicans have'
yidded the partial control at lcas,t( of,
illn trtmf. Klnln nf'OtiiA !"'": ''J ' "
, -' m ' . '
A Pmi.Ania.pnrA! dispatch v'nvs-4
r 1 t: . . . .'. i.i. M I
virion, ami oranjon wvm to lie 1 tne m
voritcs oftheltmmbllcans her'tiir.tlte
next campaign. fnmt lml becn'rloytr
inated for President by nearly all the
Club and the Union LehgocJi bc' ;
I" : i ' m mumi "ill o) fcnr,'
t Jlx cxchanre sav. webaivtititind bv
lexpflrleu4VrlhHb.fc light .of- coal:;oiliA
lam.M ; i.MuilAAi.n..l i,j :.jj?
w uv uivnq ivhiw ho iTrailltl OL cum
nionsult. It nmtWtW-krbt much
1. . , i l i i
more' brillinntnd elearj. keeprf' tlw
wiok eln ami pnnrchti'diMklajjl r I '
' MALIIMOBt. . ,
Blot Between Wbltr u41 Mrgra oldlrn.
; . .'.. . ,-.
..BALTiMonE, October 17. A iiot
oCcumxl about nine oclock this even
ing, while a negro regiment was par
ading near tho corner ot'Frauklin and
Howard streets. Twelve or fifteen
shots were fired in the street, and
Chas. A. Ellerineycr.white. aired eurli-
teen, instantly killed. , The ojiusq of
the riot is unkuowii. For a sliort time
great excitement prevailed, but a large
police forct was soon on the Vroiind
niul prevented further disturbance. The
city is now quiet.' ' ' ;
1 mon uto, v.iAWREt E,;
Tq the Editor of tlie I Pitta, fhmmrrmtj.
While at the Statu Fair ! attended
a meeting at Lawreoceville, :aiid . on
invitatiou spoke, eryi briefly. - Your
reporter , was, jircsent but there was
inuob ',',noue and coufumon," tho meet
ing biiiug pa the side of the etreot aud
the .ir$ passiuir and rcnsssiiur almost
consianuy.--so that it was imturul ho
should wUapproheud my remarks, and
consequently I am made to say very
luirsu iiuiigs or a liortiou ot my con
stituents. I siwko oftho fact, (which
is well authenticated:) that where vou
i . i .1 . . ' . .
"iiu ine most crime and gross igno
raiiee you always find the largest
majorities for tho modern Democracy.
and referred to tho Five Points in New
xorfc., I do not know that I even
mentioned Greene county. If I did it
was merely iu n comparison with
bawreneo county, and I did nut of
course say the people of Greene were
grossly ignoraut or immoral, as would
be interred from the report.
I am much abused by the opposition
paper of Greene for classing the people
there in that catetrory. and hence I
desire to correct the report, and to say
I have always recived the kindest
treatment from all the people of Greene
county, nnd would be very ungrateful
to speak disrespectfully of them.
w. V . L.V WHENCE.
What a Dime Can Do. As a
weary traveler was winding his way
through ti e mud in a firr west rerion
of the country, ho discovered a young
maiden seated in front of a door of a
small log house. He rode up in front
of the cabin, ami asked the girl for a
driulc of water. He drank it, and she
being the first woman he hail seen for
several days, olfered a dime for a kiss.
I hp young maiden accepted the oflcr
mul received both the kiss und the
bine, ihe traveler was about to re
sume his journey, but the girl, never
having seen a dime, asked i What urn
i to do with the dimo T "loit may
uso it any way you wish," ho re
plied, "it is yours." "If that's the
ease," said she, "I'll give you back the
uiiueanu tunc another kms."
Tn Promote llrnllh.
Do not expect, sir, some wonderful
aiioiuieement. some fliscinatiu" myste
ry.'- x0, It IS Slllllllv tlie plilln, liHlo
practice ot leaving your bedroom win
i lrn i , , i . i .
.iow a nine open ac me top while sleep
ing, both winter and summer. I do
not come before you ns a theorist or an
inexperienced teacher, in thus callinf
loudly upon every family t) this health
nil practice. J am the father often
hildren, all in pure health, and have
thank God never lostone.'nlthoiurh
their natural constitutions Were not
robust, e But in addition to the suhita
ry effect of the practice in my own
lanuly, wherever 1 hnve advised others
to try its effect, it Ima invariably been
lounu to ue uotn pleasant and beneficial.
DrntN South the rebels call the flui
nnder which thev rally "the banner of
the lost cause," tip North it is styled
-tiie oiu Democratic standard." Jn
both sections it represents opposition
to liberty, progress, and every good
and noiiieseiitiment in politics. Alba?
ny journal, ' " ,
, Gov, Geary arid wife, were ad
mitted. last-week to full membership
in the First M. E. Church of Harris-
i iciv JUlvcvttecmrnt
Wm. IJiioh.im. Jii'.. T,i Fink SlrrtL Pin.'.
iinr'tii, uii autlitn;uiilijtnl fur lit UKrqsr.lciK,
n ROVE3TEE"!j P'ANOS,' ' 1 "
VJ -'.''I i ' ' 1 .1 ' -I.i '
,. ' MKOVESTEEN'S PIAJfOS, . -
G hOVESTE EX'S PIAXOS,'
' ; 409 Kroad way, -' New York,' '-. '
j ,', BrotttlwKjr, JSew York,; ; ,
i )' ,, ;!) Bimilway New V"rts, i'b '
Are llhrlvallerl flnr DrfinrtjTv. lVnirnu,!
KvKNWItrtM OK'I'ONH. . Thf V HK fjit Ittwni.ln.
the hivorlle over all ittliern, with Musicians,
Amateurs, niul all Jovms otmnOU.MWhi
They are warrnnteil In every Vcsocct ,.' Prices
one-tlilril lownr Uiau mhinr tlrnt-class makers.
.n-i r..r lareular. Gltov KSTKK.N ai d.,
sU-amna.. , - .i stK) BrotulwHT, Is, v. -
BEWINO MACiirsE ' C0M-
HALKsnoOM, Bin nronlwny, N. V.
No. 1 F.VMlf.Y StAr-HISK. . TkilM miw-hlnn hosk
slrniidit n.i.'llc. f.ei iM-o.liculnr a.l'.n, mnkes
Uic. I..K orHhatlle Hillrh, wkleli will neither
rli nor rnvel and Is alike on both sides; pec
tirniK perfect sewing on every description of
......ri jut.-niio uoiioa, uuen orsux uiruiiu.
ii iifmi, rem, minis, timiiis, Tnclts, Onllts,
lllitfl u.lld. (lalhel-M. As m h'l.mllv lB,.t.7nu. II.
lias tin sniM-rtor. Trk-e, wllh ilcuuner and
TOionr, snu. --. , - .( , .',.
I'ltrf Iculur nttcnlion Is rnllml(nniirVvtm.
proved MnnuuMt Hiring Machines:. .Thev run
IikJiI. mini Brc:oiiiiiaritivi.y noiseless, siinula,
aumhle and sllelent. For cloth or Leatlur
orn uii.j nave oofompetltons. ,. t: - i ... I
Mii'-hrna, With Ileintner and Braider,
e. .i. 4 Huciime. eeo. .-1'" ; I -. . ; if.
aAircnts wunted. to wlion a UlMrMl A4
enant will b irfrti. 7, li.r IiiiJ . IT.
( -'1. -
f AiUUEOL4Ffl-mut u I t.iillui i
In ihrfh it Hrln an K f'itv)fi' o?"v'l tni fmpoooee
Velone, xii i lie nbliiina free of ciianio by d
dresjai tlienndurslunsd. ... ups
fi) 1 H
JAMKISi HTTr.MCr' I TT"
; )eWWalway,H.T' ti
a t nit s. -AsniiA.'yijD )fwjii the
t . . mi H ti;iiii -i
.rreihhiejiotheunderaurnad. In Allenm Wiwtwt
- V v - . J . 7 Jr Sri
r ' UI ll"rns C4H on. Also, a oiacx
ywrima; iienpr, with ahirKe bell oo. Arty per-r
min reuirnuiK uie seme to the su haerl ner.-nr. 1 '
tiv nrnme-miitio. wlrev the sen -) rainil 1
W-lj, IT; wssnsss). i jjsjTaavssiiir,i
BOOK AUEXT3 WAl(TD vm-
I . . : -;
TO 80MCIT OBSIN r6 A S tttOtrBATTO '
I5IBLE DIC T.I O 2t A R:1r,4
' CO.Mri.ETE! i.4 0E VOLCtB.)
'Ha picrin.vABTenibodU the roeult of the
m wt rei-i-nt mu.l.v, rvseun-h nml InvtMtlsutliiu. .,
nliout slxiy-ilve of llio liimt viMm-nt and ad- '
vnnoed Mlbllral H.liolara now living. Clergr.'
men of nil di-ilomlnMlom apnrovo It. n,l re- '
ud tt a the bral work of lie kind In lie Kilt- '
llnh lunguave, ami une which ouKht-to he In ho -luiniU
of fvry lillile roller In lln- land. I
lu elroulatlin tills work, aeenla will ftnJ
pl.-imulit ami iirolllnlile einpl.iyiuenK The no- ''
inerou oLJciiuwUiuli are initially ennnanler
edn mUlng ordinary works wUI uot exUI wltU
friendly aid will aiteud the AgeuL luaklim ula
talioni agrei-al.le. usvful, and lucrative.
Iji.1i-, rellroil t'lerxvnun, Hcluwl fenrherti
nirmi.rs, HiudeiiH, au.l all oUi.ri whofxumvea
Horny, nro wnntisl til asulm In lanvaaalng
evt-ry town and county tn the country, to whom
Ihe moat llber.il Inducement will boofforod.
or iiartkulaMi huiiIt to. or ad.lroas,
10- r flJM8""n N"1' lladlpht;f'J
"" - ""' ' ; '-'T
Of thy Flrat Nat lonul Bank of Wajmeibow. on
- . . , - .. -.. . . , .wlt ,
I win ami PUrounU ..
Furniture ami KiTlnr...
- ; :. .f
- l.MI N
Ca-h ltoiua. ........ "T
Due from Hanks ,
Due from liuuki-rs .'.
II. s. Uuii.lH
l"iu-IHciid Ali o Tolegraph Slock''
t ush on hand .' '..,'.'.'
.. Sl.l.'iO W
.. 12,705 (X)
1i ikhIIciI fur IncrtiUHo!..!!".'.!!"
,. 41,700 (X)
1'li.llt Mild Loss " 4 Ml 25
cui pilll 1U1I.1 ,
1 certify that tho nhovo Is correct,
Q.KKE.NE COUNTV, R S.
J '! '"'j"'1''"' ,llu Mt'letnent of the neoonnt
Suieof li. j;'.";:;: .,t,'i1."",tr,Uur ul,,", ,b
llaliilliro due aocouiitunt ..tl,7Jll It
fr 'HlX?' '?.w" ! R''I'eren.r IS, 1K17, presented
fur iMiitiriiintlan nnd exceptions tlKiI liy Ellis
Step 1i..is..i,,i,lrlBi,iof ins wire; the siime Is re-
ili.'.'-.i" J'"." ' H""nti'", Auditor, to
henrtl eovlilciii-e on oxueutluiu and make re
port. Hy ihecmirt.
AttcH, J. K. TKMl'LB, Clerk of Oonrl.
Court llniisc, In Wnyiienliuiy, Friday. Noveni.
bcr l.jih, Imj7. til I o'clock, p. in ;,ovm"
lOllll-lw JNu.e. F1.ENNIKE.V, Auditor.
-llclubu1il'a fluid Extract ,
B U V 11 U
U a certain cure for diseases of the
BLAPIIFK, KlnNKYHt, (IHAVKL, DROrST,
OKIl.VNK! WKAKNKSM, FFMAT.E COlt.
I'l.AINi'S, riKNKIl.M, PF.IUI.ITY.
and all dlwaaraor the Urinary Organs,
whcllmr existing In
M ALU Oil FFMALB,
from whatever cause originating and no matter
novr r.oxo ptaxwiio.
Msensi-a of these organs require tli use of a
If no treatment Is submitted to, consumption
orlnsnnlty may ensue. Our Flesh nnd llloed
are nupported from theso sources, nnd the
HKAf.Tif AX1) ITAI'FIXF.Scl, '
nnd that of I'osterDy, depen.ls upon prompt use '
of a relliil.ln rcnie.ly.
IIKLMHoMi'M KXTIlcr lll'fflir,
Kstnliliilied iipwurds of is yen, prepared y
II. T. IIKLMIIOI.D,
104 Houtli lotli Hlr jl, 1'hlladelplila, Ta.
To 4'oiisilinpllTes. The Kr.v, EDWAflU '
A. WIIXHN will sen ) - free of charije; to all who
(Itnlrc 11, the prcscrlpilori with tlieillroctloiu for
iiiiiklngunil uslnj the simple remedy by which
he was cured "fa lum aired ion nnd that dread
(llniMHuCinisumptli.n. His only object Is toben- '
eltt Die alftleted and he hopes every snfferer WIU
try this prescription, as It will cost them noth
lint, and rn:iy prove n bliwslne. riense address
llF.v. KliWAIll) A. WILSON,
No, 1'V.M.nitliKcnnnd St. WIlllamshtirK New'York.
i Cj-i,'7-.l-uh!l-l i ' : - '
s--nolmhold-s Coneentratecl Kxtraaw
Brt llU, Is the (Irent Pluretlc. '
HEI.HIIOMl'a royi XNrBATKfl IXtRAIf lRSTi- '
' Frr.f.A," -Is
IhoOreat Ulo.xl Purlflerj ,..
r-ilH are jirepared accordlnn to rules of Phar,,l
mnry nnd Chemistry, and are the most active
Hud enn lie m ide. JjlTeo
Iiiformistlnn. Iiifnrniatlnii nnranfeed t "1
nroilui e a liixiiriunt iirowiii of hair upon a bald .
heud or bennileiH fn-e, nkoa recipe for the re-
niovni oi i-inipius, iiiouines, Krupttons, eta, ua .
Oil- skill, leiivlnv till' silloe Hori.eleiir. hii.1 besir.
lif.il. nui no obmin.irt without . chni hv mM.
ilretHlnit 'I llos. K.CII.M'MAN. t.HiiHWT. ,
li;.Ve7-lych:);H till liroadwwy, Now York.
t-t'or sion-lleUntlon r IneontlstsW-l-r
em eof ('rlnn,lrrllUoii,innniimallon,or uleer
nil. m of Uie liliidiler, or kidneys, dlseaeortMai
prostrnte Klnu.ls.stone lu llio blailder. calculus. , .,
uravclor brick dust dep.slts and all disease of , , A
the Madder, kidneys snd dropsical swelllnn. ' '
I sk It Ri..if noi.n's FLtnD Kxtiact Bveiftf. " '
e;H, g;-coly ,., ., j j
'Ifelmholifs Extrnet Itnchii ariresl'
henllh and Visor tn the rnmiennd hloom to the
piilul cheek. Debilltyli aeenmpanled hj) men
alnnniiiR symptoms, and If no treatment la nl jsi;
mllt.-d to, consiunutlon, lusunlty .nr epIlopU -.,t
file ensue. . ' ;.V07-eowly. .
ta.Tnke no more sniitlinssaiit and
useail remedial for nnpleasant and .taiutertW '
illK-nsus.. Use Heluihold'a Extract Aucha wsstjw
Improved ltoo , ., , , 3;ll,'7owlf.,.w
WVCOIcat j-V, "i(1 1
'. ' .: t.,., ..:) t.-IT iWMiaT Umt
.; ' ' u- i. '!::,.- rtI d
t,. ,7 l:.A.a.
i-.'f ?i-Jt at .ei'i.l.tH stnl
1mfinnfhHiirM from tTTtlMa
t -r l'Ij r i r u
eonMLieren lite HTANDARU OK EXCELLKNCB.
r u smisi ny iu uroeeriea,
we.Tiaiihoflrt and Tonthfal Tlrtf are r,,..
e.The niory f Mn hi ojtrtll-l"
tncn-rore ine nervous r)r ileHtllUteil slioold
immefiiateiy usepfslaibold's Extract Dtidho,
flm oswili fwrri i ,.j m w
' ' 1 1'i 1 1 I '. 1 i: ' i us i aY leywi,
sr-e.-s.i-. - J-'lTBlt ristltslts.s-tlS Orli-
of both sexea nae Helinhold'a tUtract Baclia. Jl,
Will .IVD NV..V .r,l.,..n....,l. .. , . I . .
to you sleep won " " HHwiwWt'1 J '
t-Tb neallar Pool, and Hodm .W.X "
Jloword Assort atterf Reports" jtif Ytrtiig '"
jaea.nn m rnmr iii pnilims.TrfTtrTrir errors.
nliiise assl dlaenHa wMch 'destroy fh Tnanry '
powers ooa tmejo jtnpasliaMatactt 'rfif i VU
wiui sure meajjaoi relief. Seail srsilsilJiMi u
erjvelopeafree of cliarge. , Aildreaa JjR4vRUi,
WNHOrYlIITOy. Howard AsaoolaUon. PhriZ1
aelphlrf,l.II ' -J tifu
1" - im - ,flsMi i im sWA 1s4AMI ll
- , (1J- .M
aiiUerea fur ycorsf fr.im Nervous DobtUtn Pkaja
mature Decay, and all the enVctanf vmlihftil ii- .
'I'dlsVretlon.wlll, forthesnkeof snnrlnhamanl-
'iwi nree to aq who nevd Tf, attdrecelDt, an61 -
uMrarsfbrii toft maktnir tTuratrrrote settled 1
Whlehtie WslteeireA s)am.a.ssl-NItvsMla- tei.l
ffSM.JuBrtlu-... . . . .
dre.,v in t-rJt.Ci.!2S' V'S'i. '
f nnl in sssslsaliil mini flawtaiii tU
roperUeo, and In
lit 1 1
;t-;l'r.It' . .....
t ..nl' r4
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