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BATES .OF A ' iv is u.TISING .
,KTllK0O''UnfAM JIUJI.DINO NRAllTItB
COURT HOUSE, llLOOJISllUIta, rA., 11Y
CHARLES B. BROCKWAY,
r.Dnon and rnorniBTon.
..,ttii fif fllV I.'UTIIA V (tinilNIN
Yjtns-Itf o Dollars a Year payable In adTanee,
ErMittocrlplloni executed with uentncsB anil
or."'""",,,',...-,., ,. reasonable rates.
Columbia Oountv Official Dirootoryi
; ,,l,ltlll.7ltoe-WlLLtAM ELWIILL.
"'tuleJmlaei-luMt Dkuk, Isaac H. Mon
.i..i!Himtrii ir. umni.r.n.
,.J '.'T.?:l it Vu;tr-Wlt.t.IANoN H.jAtonY,
, V"f yllunitj JAME8U1I1 SON, Jit.
imr 18AAO DKWITT.
', . , "rt-WILLIAMLASION.
i , JOHCM CYKVJS ltouniKD,
! . II.I.1AM HI AFFKIl.
ir L. J, I'AMI'IIKLL, UAHIKU
, '"'in .Vujict Inlf mloil-Wst. II. Bnydku,
l, ii Jt.m- JWi-fft-Dlrcctors, B. II. MiM.Kn
i. iiam KuAMin. Illoomshurg, nnd JeiUNHOit
ii. ii, Greenwood, Cn aiills Connek, Bee y.
Dlooinsburg Official Directory.
'enmbviv Nanking Ifc.-JollN A. FBNSTO
I . r ti nt, II. 11. llnoiz, Cashier.
i ;l .Vultonnf Innk-CilAH. R. PAXToN.Prcs't ,
, ,.i((o,i-i:. II. I.1TTI.E, l'rcs't., C. W. MILX.EB,
H7.7uuutiiin; JlitlUUna (mil Saving Fund Aifgrf
j, J, llunwLii l'rcsldcut, o. U.HAHKI.KY, Beo'y.
MhiMi i llnv. tiHinrt JI II chell.
W lf.fA ,Scrllcf-10K A. M.1 7i I . M.
. . ... Wnltipnlnr. 7'.s 1. M.
11 tiiiamh Inst received nnd for Halo nt tbo
) (,t..nl)OVo AiiierlcnnllouBPj
""buuas, (jinoMicAi.s, ac.
n p. LUTZ, Drugslstnua Apoineeiiry, nuuii nt.
J'j, below tbo Tost Olllcc.
CLOCKS, WATCHES, AO.
n 1'. HAVAOK. dealer lit Cloclia, Watclics nnd
I j Jut -elry, JUlu si., Just below tlio Amorlcan
f ,t I nr.HNHAIlI), Wilcli mill uiock mil
Uim rsmtllicast corner Mulnuud Iron mn.
IV hi AUT, Watch nnd Clock J'liiltor.Jlar.
'I, uclilicct, beloiv Jlulu,
HOOTS AND SHOES.
Ii V KKOltll, Denier In Hoots and Bbocs.lalCTt
I'j mid lieM. Hyles, corner llnln uud ilainct
'i n Ik, In tbo old l'obt OUlco.
UKNHY K I.KIM, Manufacturer and dealer In
li.intu and Blioin, Oioccrles, etc., Main blieot,
11, 11. C. HOWKll, SurReon Ueutldt, Main Bt.
bovo tbo Court lloufcu.
Dlt. VM. JI. UKI1KK, Burgeon and l'ni,lvi,iu,
Olllco over tbo l' lint National Hank.
GO. HARkl.KY, Attorney-at-l,aw. OMce,2d
. Unorlu i:xcbausollloclc,ncartbr,'KxcliauKo
II. McKKI.VY.M. D.,Burgeou and l'byalclan
, luil Hi htilo Main st below Market.
r. ItUTTint, M. I). BnrKeon and Vbyslclau
Mai kct fctrcet, abovo Main,
1!. ltOIUfjON, Attomey-at.I.aw, OJllcellurt
, uiun'H liiilldluu,MnlUhtrcet.
nil. 11, F, KINNEY, Surgeon Heiitlat. Tooth
'I, Mnckd wllbiiiitpnlu: Main t,!., uuirly op-
e Episcopal Cbuicb,
r u KVANH, M. I)., Burgeon mid l'liyslclnn,
,) ,. uili hlduMa.u&trcvt, below .Market.
Dl! . l..TlTTtNi:n,riiyRlclaiiiu.dSiiii!eon1or
llco over Klelm'H DniK Btmit, rtsiilcnco ono
ji ii below Ilcv. U. J. Waller.
MILLINERY A FANCY GOODS.
1'hTKUMAN, Millinery and Kaney Onoda,
oppobltu Ilplscopal Cliuicli,.Miilu t.t,
MISH I.1ZZII, HAltKI.UY, MUJuer, Kainfcey
II1KS M. lillllltlCKSON, Millinery and t'uncy
J GiiodH.Mnlnht., below Market.
iillH. JULIA a7a (Tl)i: HaTuCLEY, Ijidles'
i'l i loaksand Dress l'attcrn, KOUtbeHAt corner
M'mii and WestsU.
Mini MISHIT HAIIMAN Millinery and Kanoy
L (iMnlfc. Main ht below American llouso.
HOTELS AND SALOONS.
l.ioltKB 1IOTKI,, by T, Dent. Tnylor, eaU end
L OI .1111
MEHCIIANTS AND GHOCEnS.
I C. MAItll, Dry Ooods and Notlonu, south-
wist corner jiaiu ami iron sis.
I'i'X .t WMIlll, Confectionery and llakory,
1 wholesale and retail. Exchange lilock.
, Main St., abovo Court IIouso.
I 11. MA1ZK, Maniniolh Oiocery, lino (Iro
ij. ffrleif, FiullK, Nuts, rrovlnlon, dc Main
iniii 1 1 niro oireeiM,
M'KKi.VY, MKAJj cu., ueaiersin ury unuun,
(iroccrles, Flour, Feed, Bait, Klsli.Iron, Nails,
ICi i, Ij. COr, iaiU UIIU illUllLUL hlH
l 11. JIlI.LUll A BON, dealers In Dry Ooods,
ii. Orocirles, Queensware, Flour, Bait, Bboes,
Notions, etc., Main st.
,i M. 1 1IKIBTMAN. Saddle, Trunk A IlarnebS
l, maker, Blilve'i, lilock Main Btreet.
I, V, llOUllINB.llqiioi dealerseconddoorfrom
1 unriliwisv corner iviiuil aim iruunm.
i, TilOKNTON, Wall l'upi r.Wlndnw Bli.ides
. iki luinrta, itupcri oiock, main si.
I V, I'DltKU,, Furulluin Hnnmn, tlileostoiy
t itcic, .laiu rill cei, v.csi 01 21am ei bi,
tj ItDHl'.NSTOPK.I'lmlopiiplicr.over ltobblnii
1 it l.j tt b hioic, jnaiu hi.
Kl'HN, dealerln Meat, Tallow, etc., Cboru
1.1.-1 lln's alley, 1 ear of American House,
VUKl. JAC011Y, Mai bio nnd Drown Blono
vt rks, Dost lliooinsbiirB.uorwicK roan.
WJl. UA11I1, dealerln fiirnlturo, trunks, cede!
m mow waro, uear mo toi&N iiuiui.
IJ II, HIDDDMAN, Afient for Munson's Coppor
ir 1 uuuiar i.ikiiuudi; uou,
KOSTKH.niiio Maker, nnd Wlillo and Fancy
MOTH DOOIfS. and blank NOTDH.Wlthorwltlv
n out exemptlou.for sale at tlio Coi.uaniAN
1 K. DA 1,1, MAN, Merchant Tailor, Hccoud Bt,
, unburn' iiuimini;.
H 4. 1C. Hi
U Mccoiid Bt
KOHIIINH, Hureoon nnd Physician
pIMIKHT ft KI.INK, dry uoods, grocorlcs.nnd
u ueneral luerchandlso, .Main mreei
T II. KIBTLEK, ("nttawlssa Houso," North
, Corner Main and Second Streets,
I KK1I.ER, lllllard Baloou, Oysters, and Ico
11. Ciiuin in season Malum,
MM.nilOHHT, dealer In OcncralMcrchaudUe
. Dry Ooods, Groceries Ac,
ITHIIANNA or Drick Hotel. H. Kostcll-
I biinilt.r l't nnrlelnr kniitli.ennlenrner Mclll and
M, 11, AHIIOTT, Attorney at law, Main St.
HP, OMAN & Co., Wheelwright", Urst door
. abovo School House,
101IN A.OMAN, Manufacturer nnd dealer la
UootJl ami Hlinea
I) H. KNT, dealer In Stoves and TIu ware In
1 Us biawcbes.
111 '11 Rl'NT. Miller, u
and dealer lit nil kinds 01
de. All kinds or uralu
)v: ,!',)(.'.AU' -Bubniiehaiiim
1 nuilliuxMau f.icluiluir.
VOLUME VI, --NO. 40.
M&O.W. II. BIIOKMAKKIl, dealers In dry
goods, grocelerlcs and general merchnndso
Dlt. HnimiNU A DUOTIIDll.Carpontcrsaud
, llulldors, Main St., below l'luu,
BlttCK HOTDi and relresliment Baloon, by
Kolir M'Kcnry cor.of Main and Tine st.
Dlt, O. A.MKaAIlOKUl'byslctannndBurncon
Main st next door to Uood's llolol,
DAVID IIEU1UNO. Flour nnd Orlsl Mill, nnd
Dealer In grain, Mill Btreet,
fAMEB 11. IIARMAN. Cabinet Maker nnd Un
J dortakcr. Main Bt,, uelowl'lno.
SCIIUYIjEU ft CO.,Iron founners.Machlnlsts
and ManufactutcisofplowH, MlllBl.
QAMUKfj BH Aliri,KBH, Mnkor ofthollnyhurst
I Uralu Cradle. Mntu Ht.
WILLIAM DELONO Blioemnkcrntiit mniiiifac.
tnrcr of Ilrlck, Mill Bt., west of Pino
yAINWRIGHT & CO.,
N, E, Corner Second nnd Arch Streets,
TEAS, SYHUTS, COFFEE, 8UOAH, MOLABSEB
KICK, Sl'ICES, 111 CAlill BOCA, &C.t AC.
49-0rders will rccelvo prompt attention. '
AllVEY U. WALKER,
M E A. It , bCliROl'i' & CO.,
1 M I'Or.TKI.S AKD J01U1K1IS OK
CHINA, UL.AHB AND UUEENSWAUE,
No. 108 NOUTIl SECOND ST.,
3OilElnnl nssorled packages of Queenswaro
conHlaullv on band. Jeb2J'72-lf,
ATTOUNEY" AT LAW,
Odlco Court-Ilouvo Alley,
u ian Olllco, llliHiiiibburi: l'a,
i.olow the, Coi.tjm
ATTOUNKY AT LAW,
bv OFrirE Court IIouso Alley, In tho Co
LCJiniAN bulldlnc. tJanl,'tl7.
' ATTOHNEY AT LAW,
OfBce Court IIouso Alley, below tho Colum
bian Oftlco. llountles, llack-l'ay and Pensions
collected. lUoorusburg Pa. Bcp.W67
JOHN M. CLARK,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Howcr's Store, Main street,
JOBERT F. CLARK,
ATTORNEY AT 1.AW,
Office Main Btreot below tho Court House.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Olllee Mllh J. O. Ficeze.Ilrnwcr's Ulock.
Can ho consulted In Ocrmau or English.
EW STOVE AND TIN SHOP.
Main Htreot ono door nbove E. Mendonliall's
A largo assortment or Btoves, Jicaiors nnu
Ranges constantly on hand, and for salo at tho
Tlnnln g In all Its branches carefully attended to,
uud satisfaction guaranteed.
Tin woric or an kinds wuolcsaio nnu retail, a.
rial Is requested,
Jan 171 .
ill A u II L I;
IV O K K S.
MAIN RTnKET, I17I.0W M.M1KKT,
Mnniimenfn. Tnnihq. Headstones. Ac. Work
neatly executed. Orders by mall will receive
special aitcniion. n.11. wonc ueiivereu 11-uuui
charge. T. L. OUNTON, Proprietor,
octimi-tr. 1". O. Uox SOT.
QUICK BALKS ANT) SHALL TllOKIO.
HAVIi 1UU11 J1U.1H1,
East Dlooinsburg, Ph., lor nil kinds of the best
homo and city made
Prices reasonable and tho be ' wiik dono,
WILLIAM H. LAW,
Manufacturer or Wrought Iron Drldgcf, Boilers,
. 1-. iw.i.,.u t,.nn.n..r t... I1.U....U Air. I., Tv...t
Itoollug, Rooting Frames, Flooring and Doors,
Farm uaies and rcucing, also wrnugiii iron pip.
lng, Slacks and all kinds of Smith Work, Ac.
Repairs piomptly attended to,
N. 11. uniwlugs nnd Estimates supplied.
LI ERNIIARI) STOIINEIl
U'onld Inform frlcuds nutl tlio mibllc that
lio has taken iios&tbblon ot
T3HEE OLD STnSTHD,
In tho Exehnngo Hloek, so long occupied by him
uud will cany on tho business of a
Ho brings to tbo business an oxperlcneool many
years and assures tho community that ho will
urulsh tho licit of bread, cakes, lolls, biscuit, ftc
rresli every day. Ho proposes nlso to keep on
hand a largo und well assorted stock of
of nil crndes. French candles and lhoso of do
mestic; inanufactuie.nlwavs to bo had. wholcsnlo
nnd retail at lowest tatcs. Adjoining tlio Dakery
nun louiccuoucry is n wen esuiuusiieu
where may bo found Alo nnd Lngcr, nnd lto
neshments, Oysters In kcason and tbo various
lit lie delicacies v hlcli Milt tho public taste. Theiu
is aiso a .
FINE ICE CREAM SALOON,
ovcrtho confectionery storo, where ladles nnd
gentlcmcii can obtain tho best of Ico Cream In
A fijr.tliarool tlio public custom Is rio,ucsted
mm 110 paius will uo spareu iu eusuiu miiisiuu
EW DRUG STORE.
CUIUS. A. KLEIM
Having iniuliiiKd II. c l.iislne fH 01 V V. Liar,
now oilers nt llm old luiiil. 11 eholto iihtoilnit ii
FANCY BOA PH,
And n general ntKirtnunt of tho choiecstgoods
usunllv lound in llrstelass eslnbllubnients.
Physicians' I'leseilptlous and Fumlly Recipes
On Sundays, open Horn 8 n, m., to 10 a, in., nnd
iruiii p. 111,, iu 4 p, in
GERMAN AND liNULIBH HI'OKEN.f
li N T I 8 T R Y ,
h. n. iiowmi. dhntiht.
Respcctrully oircrs his professional scrvlcos to
the ladles nnd gtntlcmeu of liloomsburg and vl.
clnlly. Ho Is prepaid! tonttend toall tho vari
ous operations In tlio lino or his proregsloivnud
Is nrovlded Willi tliolnteetlinnroved PoncKLAiN
i kktu which win uo inserieu on goiu pininic
bilver and rubber bato to look an well nstbo nai
iirnlteeth. Teeth extracted by nlltho newnud
lnostnnnroved methods, and nil operations on
tlio teeth cnreluliynnd propcily nil.-nil ed to.
Residence nnd olllco a lew doom nhovo tho
Court House, snmo side.
lUoorusburg, Jnn.l'7l ly
lloynl of Liverpool.
Oermnnla, N. Y
FHKAH 11ROWN, ('rnf,
INK LEY KNITTING MACHINE
THE H1MPI.IST, CHEAPEST AND 111 1,T IN
UHEI HAH HUT ONE NEEDLE I A
CJJiW) CAN HUN IT!
Designed eclally for tho uto of families, and
miles v bo detlre lo knit for tho market. Will
do every stlleh of (ho knitting In n stocking,
widening nnd lianowlngns readily as by hand.
Are Milrndld for woislfds end fnncv work.
TAKING FIVE DIP I ERI.NT KINDS OF
BT1TC1II Aro very eny to innwngc, nnd not
uniilc 10 icl out 01 oruer. LMiy rnmiiy tuoiiui
We want r.n Apent in Lveiy town to Inlroduce
and sell iliem,loMhoinworllcr lliomostllbcral
Inducements. Hend roroiirCliciilarnndBamtilo
1UNKLEY 1CKITTINO MACIIIECO.,
uov. 10,'71-ly. Hal h. Me.
BO. HOWE R,
ipenod a flrslMilass
IOOT, SHOE, HAT CAP, AND FUR B1011K.
at tho old stand on Maln8trect,ltloomsbnrg,nfew
doors abovo tbo Court Houso. His block Is com
posed of tho very latebt nnd beststyles over oller
cd to tbo citizens of Columbia County. Ho can
accom modal o tho publ lo with tho follow! ug goods
at the lowest rates. Men's heavy double boled
stog.i boots, men's double nnd slnglo tap soled
kip boots, men's heavy sloga shoes of nil kinds.
mell'R lino boots and shoes of all erodes, bnv'n
double soled boots aud,KliooBofallk!nds, men's
glovo kid llalmoral shoes,men's, women's, boys's
uu misses lasiiug gaiicrs, women's giovo icia
'ollsh.very llue.woinen s morocco Daliuornlsnnd
calfsboes, women's very line kid buttoned gait
ers. 111 snori uoois 01 an descriptions notu peg
ed and bowed.
110 would nlso cnllnllontlon to his Ono nssort-
AT13, CAPS, FURS AND NOTIONS.
which comprises all tho new nnd populni vnrl
eliesnt prlccswlileliciinuntlalltosuitnll. Thcso
goods mo offered ntthe lowest cash tales and
will bo guaranteed to give satisfaction. A call
Is solicited beforo purchasing elsewhere ns It Is
uoucvea mat better bargains nra 10 uo ionuu
than at nuy other plnco In the county.
THE ORANGEVILLE MANUFAC
TUIll NO COMPANY.
AGRICULT URAL I M PLUM ENTS
of the most Approved Patterns.
or all descrlpllom.
General Mercliantllse, Lumber, &c.,&c.
Wo would nnnounco to tho nubile In cfueral
that wo hnvo taken tho well known Agiicullur
nl Works or this plnco nnd shall make tt our aim
to mnuulacturo First Class Agricultural Imple
ments coual loan v other makers In tho Stale.
Both Lever and Tread Power,
I'lows of every Description,
nnioug which will ho tho celebrated
KNOB MOUNTAIN HERO,
ncknowledgcd by nil to be tho best plow extant
for tlio farmer. Also tho
Champion, Sterns' Patent it 11 el
ALSO, DOUBLE CORN PLOWS,
or every elescilpllou. Wo shall uso uonobiit tho
hebl mateilalsaud employ 110110 but competent
and experienced mechanics nnd our prices will
coinpaio lnvorably with any other niaaufaclur
cis. Country pronnco, Lumber, old iron, taken in
exchange. Wonlsohavon. storo In connection
with our Agricultural Works, where inav bo
found a full nssorlmont of MERCHANDISE
which will bo sold nt small protlts. Olvo ns n
cnll beroro purcbnslng clsewhero nnd wo guar
JIIE ESPY HOTEL.
ESPY, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA,
Tho nndersh'Ucd would Inform tho travelling
public, that ho has tnken the abovo named estab
lishment and tlinioughly reiltted tho same lor
the perfectconvenience of his guests. His larder
will ho blocked with tho best the market nllords.
Tho choicest liquors, wines ami r.lgnrsnlwnys to
uo louuu 111 111s uar.
'J. .inn 1.1 n, 1,1,1 11, ia. tin I Im .H tvmic f itb.n.n C-
Luiu aud vlclultv. that bo lust lecelveda lull
uuii eoiupiuio assoi uueuu vt
WALL PAPER, WINDOW SHADES,
uud all oilier iroods In Is lino or business. All
ino newest nud iiiosi "pprovcu paueius 01 1110
uay aio always in uu iu"tm 111 iiisesiauiiniimeni
iuar.5.'b'J.tf Main Bt. bolow Market,
CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES
13 OWN IN PHIOE
J. H. M A I Z 3 ' S,
Corner Main nnd Centre sis.,
JV new block of Fiesh Ooodsjr.sl opened nt
Teas, ColiccH, Snprar.s,
HYHUl'B uud MOLABMEH. CHEESE, MEATS.
MALI, Mll. eic,
VEOETABLia, 1IERMETICAI.LY" Sealed
ii?r t n.'u TiTo.,.i,iu nim.'T m
I U.U1 Uim .,,-.r,l. . . 1.
luiu.iurv nnu uuaii.tjiiu ruuiits,
Cnnitlnntlv nn hand.
AIM YOOD, WIL1X1W and ULASSWAREol
All any goods are or Iho first quality ami st ex
sreuieiy low prices,
diAHS'jUl J. II, MAIZE
Bind for ILLVSTUATKD CJII'
iwit nud Pmcu List,
CUNNINGHAM 4 HILL,
Ko. 201 Cliurcli Street
Juno i!J, U7Minos,
BLOOMSBURG, PA., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4,
130 MULBERRY STREET,
NEWARK, N. J.
Is now treating biicccssrullv,
nnd nil diseases of tho Throat nnd Luugs, Willi
COMPOUND MEDIOATI.l) INHALATIONS,
CONCEN'i'RATKl) FOOD, AND
w COUOII BYUOP.
During tho l'ast ten years Dr. Carpenter has
ticntcd nnd cured thousands ol cases or tho
above liniiied tllsfoseq. and has now In his not
session cerllllenlcs of cures irom overy part of
ho country. The liiluilsllon Inbreathed
Into tbo lunorR. ftoolhlm? nod lieullnif t
inllamcd surfaces, eulerll u Into tho blood. It
liutmrts vltalhr asllnermcites lo every nart or
tlin system 'Iho benoallon Is not unpfoasaut
nndtliolllbt liihalallon;ottenglve.ivery decided
Teller particularly when there Is much dllllculty
01 ureamiug. unner 1110 luiiucuco 01 my reiue
dlos, tho cough soon grows easier, tho night
sweats ccaRO, tho hectic lleuli vaulshcs.and with
iniprovliig digestion tho patient rapidly gains
strength, nnd health IsrKiiln within his grasp,
Tlio Concent rated Iooil inpldly builds up Iho
most debilitated patient, proicntlng to Iho
stomach rood nil ready In bo issluillatcd nud
inado Into good, rich henlthy blood.
Tlio C01111I1 Sj nip Is lo bo taken rt night to nllc
vlato the e'ougli uud enable tho patient to obtain
Bleop. Full directions ttccmnpuny each boz 0 my
tc mcioV., which cumlil 0
Ono In linlcr t One llutlleo l.tllcrallio Inlmlmit One
lloltln el Southl'i? Celirlfiuro Inlinlanl Olio
Hottlnof Anil Jit. morrliAslr liilmtnnl)
(Jno li.itllrConceiilrnletl leud;
One II idle o Cougli
Pilco or Dox containing remedies to last one
111 01 it 1 1 , fill; two months, 81x three mouths, iT
Sent lo nny addresi C. O. D. Pamphlcls con
taining largo list, ul pnlienls cured sent frco,
Letteis of Inquiry mu.si contain one dollar to In
A. II. CARPENTER, M. D Nownrlf, N. .1.
Dr. CAUI'K.NTEIl'H OATAHRIf RllMEDY Will
glvo tiumcdlnlo relief, nud will ellect n perma
nent cuio In lrom 0110 to three monlhs, l'rlco
of remedy lo last nuo mouth, fj; two mouths,
5Si threo monlhs, 10.
CAM I It In all Us films successfully treated.
Send for list of patients cured, to
A. 11. CARPENTER, M. D Nownrk, N. J.
THE BEST, CHEAPEST,
MOST DURABLE PAINTS
now la uso aro tlio
Montour Slate Paints.
Thcv cover one-lhlril more surface. Inst lonirer
nnd cost less than Whito Lead, tho plnco of
which they aro very generally taking where
cconomj", durability aud neatness aro desired,
Hear what our Practical Painters says:
It elves moerent tilfnstirn to recommend vonr
Blato Paints as supplying a need wo hnvo long
leu, nun oveicoming 11 great, (iiiucuiiy, wiucu
hns long been ncknowledgod by nil practical
etintcrs. namely tho oxidation of Whilo Lend.
by Iho ntiuosnltcie. cnuslnn It to crumblo or
I am satisfied they will paint one-third more
surfaco and 111 a better manner thaunn) other
pigment, l navo over nseu.
ora u. uoui.i).
Klncslon. Juno 23. 17;.
Wo checrlullv ennetii' hi tho nhovo oninlon ex
pressed by Mr. Geo. C. Uonld.
ji. 11. vAxiflAi i.i,
A. W. MONROE,
11. F. IIIOKB,
Bi:Nn i on rnie'i: list, and sample caiid.
DREIIER, KEAY ft CO.,
sept, C,'72.3m. Rupert, Pa.
i. n. FIIAOTSOUS & 00,
Q13 aiAIHLUT STK.EHT,
Wo havo onencd for the FAr.r. TitAiii. itm
argest and best assorted stock of
Table-, Blair and Floor
Oil Cloths, Window Shades and
Paper, Carpet Clialn.Cotton. Yaru.ltat-
ng. W milling, 'I wines, Winks, Clocks, Jnoklng
masses, l ancy iinskcts lirooms, llaskelu,
Duckets, Kruslies, Clothes Vrlna.
era, Wooden nnd Willow
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THE WAR GOVERNOR
At nu Iiiimeiiso meeting hold In
Bellefonto on Safunlrty night lust, Gov
ernor Curtln spoke as follows :
You see, my frlcndii nml neighbors,
that I am glatl to meet you. A real
ilonco In iv distant and forolijn country
of dllTuront asioelalloin and political
orfranlzttbns, no far from weakening
my alRtloiis for my nntlvo country
and my iiilmlratlon of Its frooatid gen
erous iii.iiltullons, ha" strengthened mid
confirmed thorn. I returned homo af
ter nu ab'icneo of threo years and a half,
FOpamtod from all tho political asperi
ties which dlvldo men and country
men loo often In this land, feollug nono
of thoso violent opinions which oxclto
men In rt political contest such as I now
find engaging tho vast people of my
country. Away from tlio newspapers
and tho parly drill, I hnvo not luiblbed
that fierco political hatred for it Is on
ly political hatred which scenn to
have Inspired parties nnd men In tlio
United States. Why, it Is strango to a
man absent bo long from his country to
find "thiof," "liar," "traitor" modest
words In tlio political lltornturo of tlio
country. Traitor 13 a common word,
yet. a man who Independently In this
country ntlorapta wlml ho bollovcs is
right, must ha denounced. My follow
citizens, I havo long acted with tho
party called republican. I received its
hotiou, I discharged its dutle?. I tried
to dlschnrgo my duty. Applause. It
was tho pleasuro of tho pooplo of this
SImIo lo lift mo to tho position of tholr
highest honor in yoars, long years of
great sufl'orlug wlien tho country was
lorn und convulsed by civil war. I
witnessed that strugglo with regret. I
did not measure Us magnitude lior ditl
I understand its full consequences. I
was for my government intackt nnd
did not beliovo that any stalo or com
bination of states Inula right to scccdo
from tlio Union, cortalnly, that they
had no right to plungo this country In
to a civil war. When tho war wns
over I belonged to that class of men In
tho republican party who boliovcd in
general amnesty and tho ballot. What
could wo do ? Could wo kill all tho
men in tho rebolllon, or could wo tako
them back ? A "voico tako thorn
back." Tho general sentiment of tho
btnlatC3m''n in tlio laud was that wo
should tako them back into tlio fellow
ship of tho Union, aud If thoy rebell
ed ngaln, teach thorn again that wo
could compel them to obey tho laws.
believed at that tnno and beliovo
ow lint wo could liavo nail peaco
throughuot tlio land if agoncral amnesty
could iiavo been proclaimed nnd
tho ballot with it. Applause.!
My fellow citizens tho war camo on
through tho teaching of certain south-
cm politicians who supported a doc-
trino commonly called states rights.
Now I fear, my follow citizens, that
tlio pendulum has swung too far in tiio
other direction. Applauscl And
whilo wo had just refson to complain
of'tiio Iuiidlous doctrine of stato rights
wo hnvo nlso n just right to complain
that tliero is too much centralization
of government now, overlooking tho
Just rights of tlio states. Icomo now
to speak of Pennsylvania. My friends
and neighbors, all your rights of prop
erly, nil your rights of porsonnl llbcrly,
nro found protected In tho government
ofthostnte. You scarcely felt tho im
press of tho national government. Our
courts nro stato courts, our laws nro
stato laws. You find your rights, your
interests protected in tho government
of tho Stato. Now, lam told, nay, I
was told in England, that tho stato of
Pennsylvania must olect n ticket put
into tlio field brcauso it effects tho elec
tion of a President. I hold to no such
loclrlno. I would not hiimillato my
stato by such a doctrine. 1 would pro
sorvo lo tho stales nil tlio rights guar
antied lo them by thoeonstltutlon, and
would nceord lo tho national govern
ment all thn powers given it by that
instrument. Tho protection of tho
peoplo cf Pennsylvania uud tlio pres
ervation of tho purity oT their govern
ment is n quesiion lor themselves, in
Which oilier slates havo comparatively
little Int. -rest, and which has no eon
ncclitm with thu national politics,
Now, my fellow clti.o.ns, I havo do.
elnral in n loiter recently wrltlon, and
which has given olVotuo Iokouio of my
political friends, 1 havo declined that
1 would not support tho ticket put In
nomination last spring and will bup-
port for governor Charles R. Buckalow.
Applause. I know Mr. Buckalow, I
havo known him for over twenty
years, no nns niauo ins marie upon
tho legislation nml tlio constitution of
thoslato. I havo difl'ercd witli him in
political opinions nnd havo acled with
tho parly in opposition to his viows,
havo nover received his support for nn
olllco In my iifo, but know ho Is n puro
and honest man, applauso, Now my
fellow citizens I havo nothing to say
against General Hartranft, ho was n
gnllnnt soldier and servod his country
faithfully, but Innu ovll hour, In his
ambition ho wanted to becomo govor
nor of Pennsylvania. If ho had becu
governor for six years ho would not bo
nuito so ambitious oftho honor, laugh
tor. llo connected hlmsolfwlthnrlng
surrounding tho Ireasury of tho ntnto
not of u recent dale, It has been iu
full power for blx years. Tlio present
governor of Pennsylvania was noml
n.itcd and elected by tho Inlluenco of
this samo ilng j It hns been there over
slnco. H then wr3 foi incd and a com
bluiitlon iiuitlo to elect tlio governor
nnd to provide nil tho machinery by
which tluy could reach every county
In tho stato Vihcio they cculd control
a voto nnd return their chief to tlio
United KUtcs poimto. It is said nil this
Is fair. How fair V Ooncral Irwin, of
Beaver county, was six years tiomnils
Bary general of Pennsylvania. Ifo hold
that olllco during tho war. I nover
heard nny objection mado lo tho dls
chnrgo of his official duties whilo In
thnt olllco. I never heard him charged
with malfeasance In olllco. Tliero wn3
nocomblnatiou for plunder nround him.
I don't know iu tho commonwealth of
Pennsylvania to-day, n inati on whoso
word I could rely with moro hieadfnst
bollof Hum that of lldnoral Irwin.
Havo you read his statement V Ho soys
that when ho was Btato trcasuror, Mr.
Scott was elected senator nnd n now
election was lo bo held that coming
winter, that ho was waited upon by
certain individuals, nnd thoy proposed
to him that thoy would ro-olcct lilm to
olllco If ho would tuko out of tho treas
ury tho $118,000 balance duo on tho
amount oxpended on tho election of
Mr. Scott. Now, my friends, Mr. Scott
was no party to that. I beliovo Mr.
Scott to bo an honest man, but ho was
selected by this ring, und they expend
ed tho money. Gen. Irwin rofusod their
request, nnd ho was turnod out of olllco
nml Mr. Robert W. Mackoy elected.
Now, my friends, Mr. Robert W. Mack
oy was n teller in a bank in Pittsburg.
Ho seemed to havo qunllllos which
suited tiio gentlemen who surrounded
tho treasury of tho stale, nnd ho was
mado stato treasurer. Ho Is tliero now
in olilee, and ho asks for a ro-elcctiou.
Unfortunately for General Hartrnnlt
ho was auditor general of tho accounts
of Pennsylvania. Wo havo but two of
ficers connected witli tho treasury of
Pennsylvania treasurer nnd auditor
general. Thoy hold tho books, and
they hold in a fiduciary capacity money
raised by taxation of tho people. It is
a penal ofibneofor tho stalo treasury of
Pennsylvania lo mako profit from de
posits in tho treasury. You will find by
examination of ttio roports oftho treas
ury Umt from a million uiul a half to
two millions and a half, and sometimes
threo millions of dollars, nro kept In
tlio treasury, nnd lh.it this balanco is
hold for tho cntiro year ; that money
Is put out on interest, and thus ho is en
abled to buy his olllco and sustain tho
ring. Very well ; he is doing Ibis.
Thoy employed a broker in Philadel
phia by tho name of Ycrkcs. I do not
speak of what is charged, but of what
is proven by tlio books of Yorkcs. This
transaction amounted in ono year to
hundreds of thousands of dollars, uud
you will find that Mr. Mackoy, ; tho
stato treasurer, received his share, and
unfortunately tho candidate for gover
nor received his share Now it is suid
by their party supporters that other
men did Iho vory samo thing. Tlioy
say they did no moro than other audi
tor generals aud slalo treasurers havo
dono. It was tho good fortune then of
thoso who did it not to bo found out,
and It will bo tho plcasuro of tho poo
plo of Pennsylvania, ns it is their high
est duty, when they aro found out not
lo givo thorn suffrages or elovato them
to higher places. Now, my friends, I
nover had tho support of members of
the treasury ring, and njvor had their
votes. It was my good fortuno not to
havo their friendship. When I wes in
England, on my way homo, I found
tlio ticket nominated and I mado up
my mind then that tho ticket might bo
withdrawn, as tliero seemed to bo 6omo
arrangement to effect that purposo, and
I hoped it would be. I havo no hesi
tation in saying to-night that if such n
man as Mr. Ketchum or Colonel Jordan,
who wero both candidates, had been
nominated at Harrisburg, I would not
bo lu your presence; but If they chooso
to tako a man from that Pennsylvania
treasury combination orrlng.Iwouldbo
iuscnsiblo to gratitudo and falso to tho
trust imposed in mo if I dared to do
claro mysell In favorof it. I know very
well tho permlty of my present course,
and I discounted It beforo taking tlio
staud I did. I only regrot, my friends
and neighbors, that it pleased Provi
denco to throw mo upon n bed of sick
ness. I lost nearly a month. If I had
had my health aud strength I would
havo travolcd from Lake Erio to tho
Delaware. Applauso.l I havo a per
fect right to stand by you, fellow citi
zens of Pennsylvania, a Ight to ollllinto
with any party who will purify tho
government of my s'.ilo, Applause.
1 havo no doubt that tonight I stand
Iu tho presonco of many of my friends
nnd neighbors who would not havo
Loin hi'i'o if I had not declared these
sentiments. I havo uo doubt-(hat if 1
could look over this crowd nnd could
soo 11, I would nolo tho nbheiieo of
many of my old friend. Laughter,
and a voico "thcio is plenty of now
ones in their places.'' 1 accord lo ov
ery American citizen tho right to ex
press his scnllmenls and excrciso tho
highest, noblest nud most sacred duly
which an A met lean citizen performs,
Hint of exercising tlio duty of bull'rago
the casting of his ballot. And hrslt
como to this, when n man chooses to
cast his ballot from nn honest convic
tiou thnt it is ids duty to cast it for lion
est tneu nnd ngalnst tlio ring surround
ing tlio treasury of tlio slalo, und elbow
deep In it, Unit ho is to bo tlenouuced V
I have no doubt that tho word "trai
tor" will bo freely used. Traitor to
what'.' To his country, no; to party,
what parly '.' Wo all claim, democrats
claim, nnd rcpublicns claim, on tho
other side, that they nro both parties
of purity, nnd eepnrnted from nil this I
como hero nfter nn nbsonco of threo
yenrs nnd a half, without feeling any
of this emotion, I look over tho field
and am prepared noxt Tuesday week
to cast my ballot ngulnsl tho caudldato
of that ring. It is said, my mends
that if you voto for Bucknlow you will
voto for traitors, you will volo for rebel
sympnthlzcrs, you will voto for men
Who held back dining thu war. 1 havo
heard Unit Lcfore, my friends, when tho
war wits cleft d by tho courage of tlio
solilleis. It was not by statesmen, nor
by generals. They did their part, but
wo suitnlned our government, ninlu
tallied Us Intcgrlly by llio force, pow
cr and courugoof Ihonicn who carried
muskets nnd held sabres. Remember,
my friend-', it Is not generals, colonels
captains or nipjirs that preserved to us
DEM. - VOL. XXXVI NO. 33,
tills liorllago of llborty nml equality
which wo received from our ancestors.
Wo owo It to tho common soldier.
Whom is ho? Ho is notelovftted. Ho
served his country faithfully nnd ho is
now serving tho country by Ills labor.
Wo find when tho war closed men who
clamored most that rebMs should bo
shot wero men who surrounded camps,
who wero quartermasters by profession,
who bought oats nnd horses. I could
nittno Homo of thoui to you to
night. I could toll you names of somo
Who fatloned on army contracts.
Now thoy call a imm who daroj
to nstert his ludcpcndonco und
ids rights ns an American cltizon n
traitor. And, my friond3, 1 know that
when tho country was bleeding at ov
ery pore, when every household had
lost its favorites, when tliero was blood
upon every door-nill, when tho graves
of our bravo men wero In overy cemo
tcry in tho slate, when every breast
blazed with enthusiasm, nnd when sol
diers lo savo this government marched
into tho Jaws of death, thoso men fur
nlshud camps with horses, oats und hay,
and fattened, nnd they wero for hang
ing tho rebels. Of all Iho nion engaged
in tho war tlio most forgiving men were
tho.o who fought It out. Vo nil ad
vised men lo go to tho war. I did it
with others. Tlio soldiers forgave nnd
forgot. Real soldiers, not tho sham
soldiers. Tho real soldier soon forgot
ids injuries, nnd with a deslro to make
this country prosperous, to return to
friendship for these warring states, to
givo us peace, licavon born aud blessed
peaco, and novor agnin return lo tho
fierco strugglo nud sectional hale. Tho
governor referred briefly lo tho Impor
tation of negroes into this stato for vot
ing purposes, and ended by urging on
his hearers tho necessity of watching
tlioo freedtnen who leave tho District
of Columbia to work on Camel oil's rail
road. Mr. Curtln did not foreshadow ids
policy wilh regard to his future action
on national questions.
Siuniiilii up Hie Ihlileiicc.
It is now timo to deal with tlio men
on Irial beforo tho peoplo of Pennsylva
nia ns courts of justice treat all cul
prits when they havo them on trial.
Tlio duty of tho court is to iiirn up tho
cvidenco as it is presented for nnd
against the prisoner nt tho bar. Tho
candidates respectively for Auditor
General uud Governor represent lu their
persons tho Cameron Treasury Ring
now on trial, nnd whilo Hartranft and
Allen nro tho Individuals whoso names
appear rnpst prominently iutucslruggio
and proceedings of tlio trial now in
progress, General Cameron, tho tutor of
all tho political crimo which lias dis-
raced Pennsylvania for lholast twenty-
ve years, Is really tho man on trial. As
Hartranft nnd Allen aro defeated by a
round majority, so will his crimes bo
condemned, nnd his blurred nnd blotted
political career rendored for nil limo to
come a wnrning to men without brains
or culluro not to attempt to occupy daz
zling heights in public affairs by tho
mero forco of fraud, becauso when thoy
havo reached tho summit of their glory
it will bo, like him, to bo dashed back
into an abyrs of shamo and condemna
tion from which thcro is no res
cue. What aro tho facts proven '.' What
nro tho charges mado V" The 1 rcss lias
led tho cause of tho peoplo In this trial
oftho plunderers, nnd well may it now
sum up tho evidence. Tiiochargo was
direct as to tho Camcrons' using of tho
pub'ic money lo conduct their private
banking operations, and tho proof to
sustain this charge Is tho record kept in
the Auditor General's olllcc. Gen, Hnrt
ranu was publicly appealed to to pro-
duco this record, but ho refused, declar
ing that tho pooplo of Pennsylvania
aro not fit lo know whero their money
is kept, and yet ho asks tho samo peo
ple to voto lilm into a more important
olllco to which ho now rspircs. In tho
faco of this refusal, wo senta trusted cor
respondent to Harrisburg, who manag
ed to got tho facts desired, and thus tho
peoplo wero put into possession of tho
fearful truth that tho Camoron banks of
Lowisburg, Ilfrisburg, Middletown,
and oilier localities aro run principally
with public ;money, by tho profits of
which ho and thoso nround him grow
rich nnd sccuro tlio means to corrupt
the Legislature, lo soli tho olllces In its
gilt and vast corporate privileges in
opposition to tlio truo Interests of the
pooplo and tho spirit of our govern
ment. Therolsno rebuttal offered to
thcso facts; not u slnglo witness has
been produced lo show that the public
monoy has nover been thus used by tho
Cameron Ring, or that Cameron never
paid tlio Legislature for tlio Senator-
ship. Bui, in tho faco of tho fact that
Hartranft holds tho proof of till that
hns been alleged on tills subject of thus
using public money, nnd moro Ihnn Iho
peoplo aro nllowcd to learn, ho and
General Cameron encourago their or
gans to Impugn tho veracity of tlio
witnesses who havo convicted them.-
Whenovor an attorney Is forced to ro
stor to nn ntienipl to break down n
witness tho court and jury at onco con
cludo ho has no caso, ns tho pooplo havo
long since concluded In tho liaiio now
being tried. Tho Cameron Treasury
Rlnghaveno cjso. Tho only question Is,
is tho Jury beforo which thcso bold, bad
men have been tried composed of lion
est men '.' Tho ovldenco Is clear nud
strong enough to convict. It Is over-
wnciming ami crushing. Tliero nro
thousands ot men In tho ponitcntlaiies
of tho country on much less evidence
than thatmdduccd against Iho Cunier
ons, but it remains to bo scon whether
tiiojury will convict, whether tho pow
cr of tho arch corrupter extends to
shapo tho verdict of a presumably hou
est people sitting In Judgment on tho
prow icilmlnnl ofi'cnco of n political
Ecamp. If It does, wo ndviso overy
man who liolils n Pennsylvania sccurl
ty nt onco to sell out, for thero will not
kon dollar left In tho sinking fund nt
tho end of Hnrtrmift'a term as Govcr
nor, whilo the debt of tho State will not
bo reduced a farthing. Tho necessities
of tho men who nro now plotting to
elect Hnrlrmift, as well as their greed
Ono lntli. (twolvo line or tii1vra.cntlu
Two HiolliM.it... .
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Auditor's or Asslsnco's Notion, WJ.
Loenl notices, twenty cento n lino.
Cards in tlio "Business Directory". wlrimii,
t2.m per venr fur tbo first lwo lines, und ?l,ui fur
each additional line,
for money , nro such na to forco them,
in caso thoy ran put tho noxt governor
of Pennsylvania lnlo their pockets, to
dovoto tho resources of tho sinking
fund to cleaning out-Urn vault accounts
of tho Treasury, and fixing up their
own back accounts wilh tha snmo tl. -
Gentlemen of the jury by which
wo mean pcoplo of Ponncylvaiila yu
hnvo tho ovldonoo b.'foro you. 1
is for you lo bring in n verdict through
tho ballot-box. The culprits on trial
... . t.!-.r
are won known 10 you. uw ciuui
among them has tho mark of past con
demnation upon him. His portrait has
long hung in tho political Rogues' Gal
lory. Tho Legislature of tho Stato has
branded hlin us a corrupter or its mem
bers, and tho Cougress of tho nation
lias put on record a cotul .ninatlon which
holds lilm in general execration ns n
public blunderer. Thus sustained by
Judicial precedent, legislativo action,
nud popular demands, if tho verdict In
October is not of condemnation of tho
Cameron Treasury Ring, all plunder
ing of the peoplo will hereafter pass nt
n premium. If tho pooplo do not resist
tho deflnnco of their will ns mndo by
tho lost Republican Stato Convention,
then let them hereafter not appeal to
tho action of nn Independent press and
thu leadership of independent men to
crush wrong, und look to tho threo
years of Hnrtranft's Gubernalori pow
er for an excess oftho vUlainy by which
tho Cameron Treasury Ring herctororo
blackened overy Administration witli
which they had nny power or inllu
enco. Geullcmon of tho jury, what say
you ? Is tho prisoner at tho bar guilly
or not guilty 'I Press.
Tickets to bo Voted nt October Election.
By tho laws of this Commonwealth, in
thoso Counties whero several Candida t.-u
aro voted forononoplccoorslipofptipcr,
all candidates fur State offices aro lo bo
voted for on ono ticket, Willi the word
"State" on tho outside. AH candidates
for county olllces, including Stalo Sena
tor and mombcrii. of Assembly, and
members of Congress, including those
at large, on ono ticket, with tho word
'County" on tho outside ; and all can
didates for judicial offices on ono ticket
with tho word "Judiciary" on tho
In accordance witli theso provisions,
tho names of tho candidates for Govern
or and Auditor General will bo printed
on tho ticket heaiica -state;" mo
names of tho candidates for Judgo of
tho Supremo Court, as well as .thoso for
Judges of tho Court of Common Pleas,
District Court, and Associato Judgo, on
a ticket with tho word "Judiciary"
on tho outsido; and tho namc3ofa!I
candidates for Senator, Representatives,
members of Congress (including thoso
at largo), and for all county olllces ex
cept judiciary, on u ticket wilh tho
Iu ndditlon lo these three tickets, tho
Act of April 11, 1S72, provides that can
didates for Delegates at Ltrgo to tho
Constitutional Convention shall bo
voted for on n soparato ticket, having
on tho outsido tho words "Delegates
at Large," nud that candidates for
District Delegates to said Convention
shall bo voted for on a soparato ticket,
having on tho outsido tho words "Dis
By another Act of A 'embly, approv
ed April 11, 1872, an additional ticket
will Invo to bo voled, for or against tlio
proposed amendment to the Constitu
tion, witli words on tho outsido
"Amendment to Tiin Constitu
tion," Thcro will consequently bo six tickets
to bo printed :
I. One headed "State," containing
tho names of caiidldales for Goornor
and Auditor General.
IT. One, headed "Judiciara," con
taining tho names of candidates for
Judgo of tlio Supremo Court, nnd nil
other Judicial olllces to bo filled in each
County at this election.
in. une, iieaueu "county," con
taining tho names of all candidates for
county offices, together with thoso fur
Senator, members of Assembly, nnd
members of Congress at Largo and DIs
trlct members of Congress.
IV. Ono, headed "Delegatus at
Large," containing tho names of can
didates for Delegates at Largo to llm
V. Ono, headed "District Deli:
gates," containing thonamosof Can
didalcs for Dolegates from each Btina
torlal District to tho Constitutional Con
vention. VI. One, headed "Amendmf.st -i
Tin: Constitution," containing voti -
for or against the proposed amendment
to tho Constitution, relative lo election
of Stale Treasurer.
Thcro regulations do not apply lo t ho
City of Philadelphia, nor to a few omiii
ties for which special provision is mad-
by law, but to all other counties. And
wo hnvo Jointly ngrecd upon tho fore
going to sccuro uniformity in thu print
ing of ballots by both parties.
SAMUEL J. RANDALL.
Chulrman J)cmocratto Stale Commit! .
Chairman Jlcpubllcan Stale CbmmtHi-.
Tho following Is tho tremendous
speech recently dolIvercdbyGr.ini lu
Nowarlc N. J :
'Ladies and Gentlemen : I con I
not but feel gratoful for tho reception I
havo rccclvod at tho hands of tlio c i
zi'iis of Newark, ot Now-Jersey. To-d .,
I had tho plcasuro of vlsititig tho St i
Fair near Elizabeth, whero I saw Hit
clso but people. I waa at your Expr i
Hon to-night, and again I saw but li i
of what they had tliero to see, I hoj- '
seo to morrowvliat I wanted to-nig. f,
Wo nddj also tho ono mado Iu Phlla.
dclphla last week :
Gentlemen and Merchants op
Philadelphia: You have henid
much better speeches to-night than I
could mako if I wero so inclined. 1 tun
very glntl to soo you and am pleased to
hear that you have boon to hear tuich
lino speeches and how you havo been
engaged to night.
Comment wo take It Is perfectly uu
ncccspnry, as thu Immense mind of tho
ppcaker shines through the words llku
a c.iiidlo from lh' Inside of n hollow