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tiller & Deininser, Friprieton
B. O. pKinrNGER, Associate Kditbr
MUlheim.Thursdaj Aug. 23.
Terms— Bl.so Per Annum.
Nillhsitn on Uic U C- a 8- C. R. R-' nasa
population of 6-700, la a thriving business
cent re and eoutrols the trade of an average
radius of over eight miles. In which the
JOURNAL has a larger circulate thau all
oilier county papew combined.
Advertisers vtU please make a not* of this
FOUR SOUTH CAROLINA WIDOWS.
From the Newbury (S. C.) Herald.
At Prosperity, a station on the
Grtenvileand Columbus Railroad,
there dwell iu reach of the sound of
the whistle four widows whose
names and deeds should be printed
in letters of gold. We shall tell of
them — to spare blushes —first as
No. 1. This ladv—as, in fact, all
the others—lost her husband during
the war and was left in straitened
circumstances. Did she sit down
uud grieve at her fate? By no
means. She has raised foul chil
dren, besides fine crops, and to day
she has much of last year's cotton
and flour on band, is free from debt
and is able to pay cash down for
what she wants.
No. 2. looks complacently on all
of her last crop of cotton and with a
sense of perfect rest and absolute
fulness on 3,000 pounds of floor,
neither of which she has sold be
cause she had no use for the money
—here's a widow for you. The on
ly thing which distuihs her reat now
is what to do with her new fodder,
every place being occupied with tbe
old. She might dispose of some of
it to the editor of the Herald* who
has been standing to tbe rack for
three years, fodder or no fodder.
She, too, like a true woman, has
raised children and est them up un
der their own vines and fig trees.
No. 3. struggled through tbe
years which have roiled on since the
late unpleasantness, raised six chil
dren, given each at majority SSOO
in cash. Last year she bought a
tract of land, for which $1,400 in
good money was paid. Has corn,
fodder and other things in abund
No. 4. like nnto others, has made
a splendid fight and brought up a
family in the way they should
go, has of last year's crops abund
ance, pays cash in trade and loans
her money out ou interests.
THE SOUTH CAROLINA FRAUDS.
Charges Against Chamberlain
and His Confreres.
Special Dlfpatcli to Tn Tunt
Washington, August 14.
Hon. M. C. Butler, Senator-elect
from South-Carolina, arrived here
this morning. The legislative in
vestigating committee of his state
has for its chairman State Senator
Cochrane, a most persistent Repub
lican. who has served in the Legisla
ture for the past eigtt years. Coch
. rane swears out the warrants for
the parties who are to be arrested,
growing out of tbe exposure of gi
gantic frauds brought out by the
committee's investigations. It is
estimated that the State has been
swindled out of §10,000,000. The
Frauds, and the systematic manner
in which they were perpetrated, will
make an astounding page in the his
tory of the State government of this
country. General Butler says that
he has had nothing to do with the
matte; ; that it is entirely in the
hands of the 1 legislature, and, of
course, the Governor must issue re
quisitions for the paitles for whom
the judiciary have granted war
rant*. Upon the affidavits of the
legislative committee, a warrant
will be issued for Chamberlain, who
is charged with being concerned in
the embezzlement of ever SBOO,OOO,
or of conniving at its misappropria
tion. There are three different
cases against Cardoza, wherein that
individual misapplied apppopria
tions, and that Moses and Lee are
mixed up in millions of fraud. Gen
eral Butler deifies being tbe counsel
for Senator Patterson, or any one
else, lie is not prosecuting or de.
feuding any of these people. Pat
terson called on him to-day, and the
two South Carolina Senators bad a
long private chat.
TUE STATE MILITIA.
Pennsylvania Behind Otner
States in Sustaining Her Mi
litia--What should be Done
to matte it Effective.
To the Editor of Tins TIKES.
I notice that you this morning, in
an article headed "Is the Army the
Source of Peace ?" speak of the
State having 1 'lavished" money up
on the militia, and I take the liberty
of stating to you how very far from
lavishing haa been the case.
The State of Fennsvlvania pays
to each company of uniformed mili
tia the iuin of #ioo per annum, and
this is the sum total, except arms.
The men are required to uniform
themselves—service uniform, dress
uniform, knapsacks, over-coats,
haversack, canteens and the thou
sand and one things which go to
make up a complete military kit.
Out of this SOOO per annum is also
to be paid the rent of an armory.
You will easily see that the amount
received from the State is not one
third the actual expense of each
company. T1 e State of Connecti
cut uniforms, ar jas, equips thor
oughly and completely her militia;
requires them to go into camp two
months each years and pays them
for so doing. The Massachusetts
militia is organised on the sune
basis. In New York the city fur
nishes each of the regiments with a
large and commodious armory. In
this city the entire division has not
one room sufficiently large to manoeu
vre a battalion in. The result of
all this is a lamentable lack of mili
tary spirit. Poor men cannot in
dulge in the luxury and rich men are
not so plentiful as they were before
the panic. If leading newspapers,
such as.your own, will advocate the
proper reorganization of the militia
there will, no doubt, be something
done. It should be uniformed by
the State, as well as armed; be sup
plied with a full and complete camp
equipage, overcoats, knapsacks, and
all supplies necessary to enable thsm
to go into the field at short notice
and yet be comfortable and efficient,
and the city should supply each regi
ment with an atmory sufficiently
large to drill its men in comfortably.
"THREE MILLIONS OF IDLE HEX."
Three millions of men out of work!
What an announcement! Add to
this number say five millions more
who are dependent for support, and
we have these startling figures, 8,-
000.000 persons calling for help. Is
it any wonder that the labor ques
tion is being pushed steadily and
boldly to the front ? That it is de
manding consideration and investi
gation, and is daily assuming more
importance ! Idleness, poverty and
failures, bank ruptcy and crime
spread over our fair country, and
there does not aeem to be anyone
capable of devising ways and means
of bringing about a better state of
affairs. Strong and brave men wear
out their hearts as they see wives
and children in want, and after
months of vain searching for em.
p'.oyment, too often are tempted to
crime or maddened to suicide.
Yet this great land is broad
enough for all, and millions of acres
which will yield a sure subsistance
to patient workers lie waiting for
any man to till them. Our cities
are o vet crowded. While tbe rural
districts have leen neglected, .and
we may say measurably despised, the
towns have overflowed until the
supply of labor far ecceeds the de
rajmd. Notwithstanding the con*
th&ri warnings given through the
newspapers and in other forms,
tliere is a continnal rush into the
cities. Some come because they
thfpk city life is easier than oountry
life, and should they fail to obtain
employment the Dorcas organiza
tion will not let them want, and
thua they crowd and crush each
other fighting desperately for the
work which is not enough for all
and wasting no small share of the in
dustrial force and productive power,
which, rightly distributed, would
add to the nation's prosperity.
Beyond all doubts this overcrowd
ing of civic employments, this dis
proportionate massing of the popu
lation in places where hundreds of
thousands must struggle In vain for
work, has been an important cause
of recent prolonged disasters. Com
petition in any business is an excel
lent Incentive, but competition of
ten ruins business. It works in
two ways; it stimulates production
and consumption, but it also re
duces profits, often below the point
of safety, and then come long cred
it?, losses and failures. The best
store of society Is that in which all
can be employed with a fair remu
neration. Extreme low prices either
for labor or goods have no perma
nent advantage. Unquestionably a
large part of the present difficulties
of the country are the result of over
stimulated labor. During the war
many new industries were started,
the demand for labor was great,
high wages were paid, not only for
skilled labor but to inferior mechan
ics; men were induced to leave their
rural homes and crowd into towns
and cities where these industries
were calling for them. And this
Stimulated industry, this abnormal
gfowth of labor was carried through
out every department of business.
It was fictitious, feverish aud un
healthy. All men cnuld see plainly
that the demand for iron could not
always last, and that gun and cart
ridge factories must eventually be
shut up, but tbey could not see that
boot and shoes, clothing, and all
the ordinary trades would be affect
ed as well; that there would be a
lessened demand for sewing ma
chines as well as for diamonds, for
food as well as for luxuries.
But the fact that there are thiee
millions of persons out of employ
ment does not prove that business is
at a standstill. Compare the couu-
try to-day with what it was twenty
years ago, and it would seem to be
in the full tide of prosperity. We
forget the condition of the country
in 1837-8. We compare it only with
the hot-house stage of 1807-8. The
need ef the country is a scattering
of useless, concentrated labor, and
the opening of new channels of pro
duction, and of new markets for
that production. It is not that
there are three million too many
working people in the United States,
that they have no employment, but
is it because thev are not in the
right places to And employment.
The remedy 1 Mr GREELEY taught
it: 4 'Go West, young man !" The
glory of this country is in its ability
to afford every man employment,
everv man wholesome food, comfor
table raiment, and a bouae to live in,
but the whole country is not com
prised in its towns and cities.
IX TBI WOODS OF KEY IDA.
A book agent of this city has just
returned from Henry Lake county.
The agent one day stopped at a cab
in situated at the edge of the foot
hills. Before lea ving the cabin half
a dozen dogs of assorted sizes and
unrecognised color started from un
der stunted pines or approached run
ning from sheds about the place*
yelling and barking like a pack of
covotes. In the wake of the dogs
there swarmed forth seven or eight
bare beaded, flaxen hair 4 children,
plainly all of one breed, the forest
breed. The juveniles were followed
bvagauut, saffron-colored woman
of forty. By cooking for many years
before an open fireplace, she had be
come as effectually smode-cured as
To the woman who thus appeared
the agent made known his business.
"Wall, stranger, I'm afeerd yer
come to the wrong place if yer got
aothin' but books sell. If yer had
some powder, or caps, or authin' in
the amernition line, yer might sell
some to my old man. As for books,
stranger, we're not much on the
,4 Could I see your husband, mam?"
inquired the agent.
44 Wall, stranger, I reckon yer
could if yer was whar he was; he's
big enough for to see, Lord knows."
4 -He's not at homa, tben ?"
4 'Stranger, he's not at home."
•'Will he be likely to return soon?"
"Can't say, stranger, he's a little
"Which way lias he gone? I may
meet kirn in the settlement?"
"I reckon not, stranger; he's
gone out bummin'."
"Gone out bamming ? What do
you mean by that ?"
"Wall, stranger, he took down his
gun this mornin* and from a wink
he guv me as he started away, I
calkeriate he's gone off some where*
to bum a sheep or two."— Xctada
A New York correspondent of
the Phfladelpha Ledger hints that
there is a strong conviction on the
part of the New York police that
the secret inspiration of all this ris
ing will be discovered in tbe famous
International Society which played
such havoc in Paris when they had
tbe upper band there. After the
Franco Prussian war many of the
leaders of this society sought, refuge
in tbe United States, and it is be
lieved that they have maintained
their secret organization in this
A twenty-four pound turtle re
cently captured near Norfolk Conn.,
was strong enough to move about
from place to place while bearing
upon its back a man weighing 300
Few person* are aware of tbe wonderful
progress that Art. lion mode in this country
during the last quarter ofaccnturv. It If
but a few decodes since, that those who
desired to beautify and ado* a thur homes,
were obliged to depend almoM entirely on
foreign artists. But such a state of affairs
in tbu age of progress and Improvement
could not last long with the great Ameri
can people. Geulus from the East to the
West, from the North to the Gnlf of Mexi
co on the South, answered the demumt
for beauty,taste and refinement, and to
day our leading artists are not surpassed
by the leading modern masters of Art iu
Great Art publishing establishments
have sprang up, and by various processes
tbe finest and most expensive paintings
are reproduced in all their elegance and
beanty, and at a price within the moans of
the masses. So that no one need bo with
out the refining influences of beautiful
pictures at home.
Among the progressive leading Art pub
lishing firms of the country, we take
81 easere In mentioning George Stlnson A
0., of Portland Maine; they were among
the first in the business, ana we can only
tinderatand the colossal proportions tbcfr
trule lias assumed by remembering that
this Is a groat and mighty nation of nearly
fifty million people. We cannot better Il
lustrate tbe magnitude of their business
than to state the amount of money paid
by them for postage stamps during the
year 1876; we have figures direct from the
firm, or we should think there was sotnc
mistake. They paid for postage stamps
during the year 1878, thirty-three thousand
one hundred and four dollars and ninety
two cents ($83,101, M) and, In connection
with this it should be remembered that on
ly the small orders wore sent by mall, the
larger going by express and freight.
GeorgeUttnson A Co's., agents are to be
found in every State in the Union and
Dominion of Canada, and in every oouo
ty with scarcely an exception.
Iong since, this enterprising firm re
cognized the value of printer's Ink Judi
ciously ued iu advertising, and they in
form us that without It they could never
have extended their business as it is to
day In three times the number of years.
A short time since tbey paid In a single
day twenty-four thousand dollars (/4,051),-
00) on a contract for newspaper advertis
ing. They evidently long since found the
road to success and have neither turned
to the right nor the left Three things are
necessary for eminent success In business,
First, standard bonost goods that the peo
ple generally need and desire,—lot them be
the best, whatever the line of business.
Second, let yonr prices be reasonable—ss
low as possible. Third, let the people
know what you have, and what you can
do, by liberal and n.-rslstant advertising,
and you will find low prices, made known
and proved, will bring trade that will give
larger Income tlrnu can be made in any
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the Mood, restoring the liver and kidneys to
healthy action, invigorating the nervoussys
Is not a vile, nauseous compound which
simply purges the bowels, but a safe, pleas
ant remedy, which is sure to purify the
blood, and thereby restore the health.
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other diseases of the blood, by many of the
best physicians, owing to its great success in
curing all diseases of this nature.
Dnae not deceive Invalids Into false hopes by
purging aad creating a fictitious appetite,
hut assist* nature in clearing and purifying
the whole system, leading the patient grad
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Was looked upon as an experiment for some
time by some of our best physicians, but
those most Incredulous iu regard to Its
merits are now Its most ardent friends aud
Instead of being a puffed wp-inedlcfne, has
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Says a Boston physician, "Has no equal as a
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BOSTON, Feb. IS, 1871.
MB- 1L R. BTKVKNS:
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bility. V cairn NK was strongly recommend
ed to me by a friend who had been much
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MK H. R. STEVXNS.
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Salt Rheum ana the whole surface of my
skin being covered with pimples and erup
tions, many of which caused me great pafn
and annoyance, and knowing it to be a
blood disease, I took many of the advertised
Wood pre|>aratloiu, among which was any
quantity of Sar •apartlla. without obtaining
any benefit until I commenced taking Vbom
TINE ; and before I had completed the Arm
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cine. Consequently I followed on with it
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Pass. Ag't Mich. C. R. R.
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The best and most lasting parlor organ
now in use. No other parlor organ has ever
attained the same popularity.
It has been tested by thousands, many of
them competent Judges, nod gives universal
satisfaction to sif.
The music is adapted to the human voice,
ranging Irtrm the softest llute-Uke note to a
volume of sound unsurpassed by any instru
Tills instrument has all the latest improve
ments, sad esrerv org*n Is fully warranted
for six years. Beautiful oil polish, Mack wal
nut panelled cases, which will not CRACK
or WARP, and forms, fa addition to a splen
did instrument of music, a beautiful piece of
This organ needs only to be seen to be ap
preciated. and Is sold at extremely low fig
ures for cash Second-band Instruments
taken in exchange.
Agents wanted, male or female, in every
countv in the United States and Canada. A
liberal discount made to teachers, ministers
churches, schools, lodges, etc., where I have
no agents. Illustrated catalogue and price
list free. Correspondence solicited. Agent
discount given where 1 have no agents. Bcs
oiler ever given mom ready. Address,
DANIEL F. BEATTY,
Washington, New Jersey, U. S. A.
Manufacturer and Dealer in
STOVEPIPE & TRIMMINGS,
SPOTTING and FRUIT CANS.
♦ m •
Would respectfully inform the public that
he keeps on band or makes to order
all kinds of Ttswaua. STOVE
SPOUTING A SPECIALITY !S
always en hand.
Repairing done at
short notice. Having
some ten years experience
in the business be ilattcrs him
self that his work i f ylly equal to
any in this section of the country. A
share of the public's patronage Is respect
fully solicited. Shos. second floor of
Foote's Store* mill bolus. Pew no.
THE JOXJENAL OFFICE
uds for sale the celebrated
PHOTOGRAPH MARRIAGE CERTIFICATES,
PHOTOGRAPH FAMILY RECORD,
BAPTISMAL OEKTIFIOATEB, and
published by CRIDER & BROTHER, York, Pkkka.
are unequaled by
anything of the kind out.
Huudieds or them are sold annu
ally by Ministers of the Gospel and others.
\T e were so highly pleased with the samples sent
us, that we ordered a large lot at once; and made arrange
ments with the publishers for the right of exclusive sale in Pena,
Gregg, Potter, Haines and Miles townships. We respectfully invite Min
isters and young couples to come and see For sale singly or Uoaen
Grand. |qar and Cyriffbk
Fro Bm. £. LetPker v flrwpf Wia. &
Letcher* Bra. Bankers. layette.OhM'
41 We received the piano and thin ltd
▼err flue toned one oat here, wafted a short
time to gfv It a rood teat, f jm wish a
word in favor of it we will cheer lull) aire |L' .
James R.. Brown, Esq., Edwavdsrillc, 11
says : , •
"The Beatty Piano received gives entire
satisfaction." Agents wanted. Send far
DANIEL r. BEATTY,
Washington. Mew Jersey, 0. A. Jk
seoo Engmrlsirt |IM Ikgw Searle .
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I" More than SQJftOooptae have boon ataeod la
the public xhtml* oTthe United States, by
State enactments or School Officer*.
Recommended by State Superintendents ot
Schools ln|f7 dlffeient States.
Webster's Unabridged Dictionary eon.
ware metier tbin any
ther the type bsUir smaller, therefore giv
ug .ucn more matter on a page.
w'ebster contains 3000 Illustrations In the
body of the work, nearly three times as many
as any .other Dictionary, ami these are repeat
ed aiui classified at the end of the work.
11M aiMDt IO.UOC nwds and
Ingsaot Am other itlls aarisa
Km bodies about one hundred years of
literary labor, and is several years later than,
any other large Dictionary.
The sale of Webster'* Dictionary Is 20
t lues as great as the sale of any other series
Published byffi. AC. XSffiKlAM,Rprtng
Relieving tt to be BY FAR the best Parlor
and Urdientnl Organ manufactured. we
challenge any manufacturer to equal them.
I The celebrated Gulden Tnugue Reedt In tbia
organ In ewrndton wttn the Perfected
Krt-a Board* produce 'weak pur* u4 pow
erful tones. .Superb ewww# new*jid elegant
designs Ministers, teach era, dburchew
schools, should send foe frtee
list and disco imfcx
Dealer* will find it to their adKar.tage to
examine this instrument, t has improve
men to found la uo other. Correspondence
Bert offer eve* gtvew. Money refunded
noon return of organ aud freight charges
paid by me (DanklKßeottgl both ways it
unsatisfactory,, after a test Ufat of live days
Organ varrauled Co* at* years. Age ats dis
count gives everywhere luvve ws agent
Agents wanted. Address,
DANIEL F. BEAUT,
WHhiHfios, w lemjr, u. •. A.