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TEE TIDE TURNING !
...4131e Morns of the New' Hemp
-411101314043011 have been received. The
1111113 1 / 3 0114eadtdate fir Governor has 2,936
'10413014r, against 4,17 last year, Demo
iosio 1,721 I The Demoemte have
.dented one of the five State Councillors
. 4.41-110111. The Democrats are 20 Letter
kir tllto Bowie of Representatives, and
itaierlduced the majorities of all of the
SOMODOSlgessarnen. "Oue are more and
diut bay is ours!"
MO }Radicals have elected the mayor
jn Camden, but with a toes of 173 In
bioarasjority since last spring. A less
lostli by the Democrats a year hence will
ihre them the city.
T:ho town elections throughout that
Alois show handsome Democratic gains.
160rdentown has been carried by the
Dalneerata, as well as a number of ether
;*.was. 'Burlington county, which, In
18(4, pm) the Rads 1,468 majority, and,
fin Mt 708 majority, is now Democratic
-,-the Democrats having gained four free
guilders, and secured a majority-of two in
the beard. In Salem county, which in
11035-4 will Radford by P. and 'lB4, the
Demeenittoow hold a majority In the
*oiled Of freeholders.
The Spring elections in the Empire
Atittashow almost universal Democratic
Niggerism is about doomed In
'that great Commonwealth;
The Democratic majority In Harris
*ug Is fully 300. That olty may now be
joOked upon as permanently Derilberatic,
- The' Norristown Dethocracy on a
graiiit victory, voting a Radical burgess
and Council oat and putting in all Dem
ocrats. The Democtatic majority is 851
Lto4 year the Radicals had 8.5. The
hem crate carried every War* electing
entrpry manon their ticket.
• InqYork , the Democrats also amain
plinbd a handsome work, re-electing
Dlvif Small, Esq., chief burgess, by 317
ity—the high constable by the
Aline majority—and carrying three of
the trve wards.
The Democrats carried Carlisle, elect
, ting their burgess by 183 Inajority r the
assistant burgess, the assessor and assis
tant assessors, six out of the nine Mem
-bers ofthe town council, and the borough
auditor. They also elected a Justice and
aneeounoilman in the West Ward, which
birruniformly given a large Republican
verity. At the election last spring
the Republicans elected their burgess
And a majority of tbs compd.
In Newville the Democrats were sue
icesstni on Friday week, the first time in
The Democrats of Franklin county
made a gallant fight at the recent spring
elections. The whole number of town-
Chips in the county is twenty-two. Re
turns from nineteen are now before us.
Out of these; the Democrats carry ten,
the Radicele eight, and one is a tie. The
bentneratto gain in thelownships heard
from, over the vote of 1888, when the
Radicals carried the county by 293 major
ltor, is, 827, .This will do for the friends
of the Constitution In Franklin county.
In Lewistown the Democrats achieved
e groat victory. The True Democrat
thus ehrtfinteles it:
The Democrats of Leivistown covered
themselves all over with glory last Fri
der -They met the cohorts of Abolition
. Ism,Union Leagneism, and Grund Army
ofthe Republieisrn, all combined, and,
aftiir a vigorous contest, thrashed them
idiftpletely. A sound, genuine, Dern-
Burgess was elected, by 40 major
rt;Ts, were also all the other candidates
on the Democratic ticket, in both wards,
!awl and excepting only the Judge in the
East Ward, who was barely beaten one
votc and that in consequence of a mis
take made by several Democrats of that
ward,.in voting West Ward slips. 'This
is the first time in upwards of 15 years
that Lewistown has a DEMOCRATIC BUR
tiMis, and the first time in 20 years that
the Democracy made a CLEAN SWEEP!
Let the people shout! The signs of the
times indicate that the Democratic party
will carry the next Presidential election,
bye sweeping vote, If so, the days of
petiaoutian and despotism will be past,
Constitutional liberty will be restored,
and-thegood old times, which always
Mailed the land when Democrats ruled,
will 'ones more be ours.
From many other quarters of the State
we have equally good news, but our space
will not allow us to detail it. 1 - 1 Is cer
tain th — at the tide Is turning—that ..Radi
riann 118 on e hodeeltne,
iiir, XLECTIOPiII IN Tms COMITY.
143 - DEMOCRACY TRIIIMPRANT
The elections in this county, on Friday
week, resulted very handsomely for the
Demeessear, the old party of the Consti
tution electing Frirrn EN out of the twenty
four Election Judges!
In Skis borough the Radicals succeeded
kw their ual mnjority of about 100. The
te, having no hope of success,
min did not attend the election.—Had
the isiceived any hint of the nervousness
of eof the Radical candidates in regard
to At "copperhead rush," it doubtless
" woutd have been mode to a small extent
In the evening, just "tor the fun of the
• thinV!•f , A- majority of the opposition
woUhArhave enjoye.i the sport as well as
tholikkurinrats. What 'a "big Ming", it
ft 4 QU the ticket fur—a borough
An, Cumberland township, where the
Itodleals: felt quite sure of success, the
Democrats swept everything—the Judge
- by ibillonsing majority of is
Higiliand and Freedom are still joined
10 the ooloned idol.
Whilst Haag itoriban gave the Ittyllcale
a laretben ordinary majority; the Demo-
Praia natrled Liberty by the unpreceden.
3ed_Majority of about 30 !
Ibinhijoy is redeemed. Last, spring
ljepublioaa—this spring Democratic
ftelladloals dia not show theineelres
the Ciormany poll.
fa Liltlernown borough a Democratic
Burgas Wu elected for the lira time*
Elinsenf - 15., 4 131th0p - beating Dr. Seise by
the bettatifol majority of 251 The judge;
iiiieteier, , and several more of the omoers
ibfrotig,l ate Democrats. For the Town
COO nal and the 84901 Board, Bepubli
optioootl to "the ring" were chosen.
,libirentltit "rine ticket wai In.
o 4 f fieeraitl-:;evendltphreint, tlse
bellwether, plug' down With it, among
the Icrwestosi the • K olti ,4
ofof asesti,y • t'" 7 r • •• •
on Friday week. ',they it , er i gigo
back" ou that Work.
Unloa townikdp went Demoesatio, by
a handsome majority.
iiiifountpleasant the Radicals bad no
ticket. But oue Radical attended, and
he voted for a few of the Democratic
Conowago, always close, elected a part
of each ticket, the - Radicals, however,
getting the Judge. The Democratic turn
out watt email.
Oxford, Democratic, except Assessor.
In Berwick township there was no
Berwick borough, Radical, as usual.
Hamilton, handsomely Democratic.
Reading—but few Radicals showed
themselves, and the Democrats swept
Btrabau, Democratic, as usual.
Tyrone, Democratic, by the beautiful
majority of 20 and upwards I
In Dunmore, no Democratic ticket.
Huntington went Radicai by a reduc
ed majority. The Democrats ran a one
armed soldier for Constable—a highly
respectable and competent man, poor
and with a funily, and needing the of
fice. He was defeated, however, by the
"soldiers' friends" in that very "loyal"
township, with a "stay at home" ',—
There's sincerity for you 1
Menallen, Radical, as usual. The Dem
ocrats have a School Director—not usual.
Butler is still joined to' her idol.
Franklin, Demooratio, the Radicals
making only an irregular fight,
Surveying thus the whole field, the
friends of good government and the
white race have much reason to cougr3t
uiate themselves on the happy result,
The "signs of the times" point to the
decay of destructive Radicalism almost
everywhere. So mote it be I
MIOT AT CARLISLE,
A terrible riot 000urred at Carlisle on
Friday week. We learn from the Volun
teer that for some time there has been a
j bitter enmity bet Ween a portion of the
"roughs" of that borough and some of
I the more lawless and" disorderly of the
soldiers at the Garrison, resulting in fre
quent rows at the saloons and, dance
; housetiof East Louther street. On Fri
' day evening w e ek, two residents of Car
sliske, Augustus Hamill anti John Gilmor,
had a 01ffieuity with two soldiers on the
public square. The soldiers Were worst
ed and retreated to the Garrison—pres
ently returning With about thirty of their
comrades, all armed with carbines, sa
bres and revolvers. They halted on the
, railroad in front of the Court-house,
where there were probably two hundred
persons standing awaltingthe announce
' ment of the resultof the election. There
was bon:wheat:ring, hooting and jeering.
The soldiers then fired a volley into the
crowd of citizens, wounding four or five.
The indignation of the whole communi
ty was at once aroused, and they rallied,
with all sorts of fire-arms, for self-defense.
The soldiers were driven down Hanover
street, several of them -wounded. They
endeavored to rally on East Louther
street, but were again driven off.
About this time a guard was sent into
town, by order of the commandant of the
Post, under the charge of Capt. Kerns.
Under a misapprehension that this was
another body of soldiers advancing to
the attack, they were flied upon. The
orderly sergeant' fell to the !earth, shot
through the head, and a corporal and
probably one or two privates were also
wounded. After this Captain Kerns
withdrew his company to the Garrison,
doubtless under the impression that the
presence of himself and his men tended
in no way to allay the excitement, which
at-this time was intense.
Shortly, after this, Augustus Hamill
and another Individual, who had gone
beyond the Lead Bridge, on souther
street, were met suddenly by two sol
diers, who commanded them to halt and
lay down theiearms. Hamill refused,
and was shot down by one of the sol
diers, the ball passing through his lungs.
He lingered until about Lan o'clock,
when he expired. Ilia remains were in
terred in the old grave-yard, on Sunday
afternoon, attended by the Cumberland
Fire Company, of which he was a mem
ber, and a large concourse of citizens.
He had been a soldier in the Union army,
nd served with bravery and distinction.
Sucii are the main facts in this lamen
table affair, as we glean them from the
Volunteer's account of it.
. 774 c linpeacAnkent Sofieme.—The Wash
ington correspondent of the Age, is hie
letter of Tueialay, says:
The Judiciary Committee have exam
ined no witnesses of importance since
Saturday last, when Colonel Halpine, of
the New York Citizen, was before them,
and testified in regard to the conversa
tion which he had with the President on
the question of the national finances.
An attempt has been made to make it
appear that the latter favored repudia
tion. Such, of course, was not the fact.
The contrary was -proved, as I under
stand, by Hal pine's testimony, and there
fore the charge falls to the pound.
garA meeting of negroes and whites
was held at Columbia, S. C., last week,
which was addressed by Gen. Wade
Hampton and others. The New York
World says "great good feeling prevailed,
and the negroes have determined to ask
Congress to repeal the legal disabilities
of their masters and present friends."
What will the Radical revolutionists do?
Will they grant this prayer of their col
ored friends, or "break with them" by
refusing? The Rump is in a tight place.
Berne telegratas from the South and
Southwest continue to give deplorable
accounts of the loss of life and property
by the recent flood in the Ohio and Mis
sissippi rivers and their tributaries.—
Twenty-seven persons were drowned at
Helena, Arkansas. At Chattanooga the
water was from twelve to twenty feet
deep in the city, and the suffering of the
inhabitants at that point and at others
along the course of the Tennessee river is
represented as appalling,
tar Congress has passed a supplement
to the Military Subjugation bill. The
President will veto it--and Congress will
pass it over his head. It is said that both
Houses will then take a recess untlU fall.
The sooner the better for the country.
' President, toes*, ago, ikppottlf„
ed the folloviiinff Generals to carry' mit
the MI/Itary • Sublimation WI in the
Senthern - Statee Ist &Wet, Schofield;
Ski, Sickles, 3d, Popo; 4th,- Urdu 6thi
• ::1 1 r at tin:
1014111116 alitater • a rropitte,
reannot resist the Impulse to down
sud tell you arbat'.a *mounter satisfac
tion its weekly perusal affords me.— !
When I read the • Commercial" or the
"Gazette" of this city, I look over the
editorial, if it seems to be spicy—glance
at the local items—skip the undoings of
the Rump, and that's Cie "end on it."
I But I reserve the Compiler until the
day's work is done and I have time to
enjoy it all the way through, editorial,
which is always to the point,) local
!items, ailvertlsementa, and all. By the
way, it is a mistake to omit the reading i
of the advertisements, under the im pree
sion that they are only interesting to
those immediately concerned. I coosid
er them the very hest and the most cor
rect record one can get of the transac
tioua of a county or neighborhood. I
learn, for instance, that John Smith,
"intending to remove to the West," of
fers for sale his nice little homestead,
where he has lived, man and boy, for
forty years, and I picture to myself John
bidding a good bye to his old, life-long
neighbors and friends, breaking up all
the associations of his life, and going out
among entire ittrang,eN, to take the
chances of an untried climate for a uoubt
ful experiment, and I pity John Smith
and his interesting family almost as
much as if they had been drafted. Talk
ing about the draft, I congratulate you
on getting that old sore finally healed.
I know it was a hard pull, worse than
the extraction of a double-headed, three
fanged molar. But, speaking metaphor
ically, it's out now, and will feel good
when it stops hurting. It is however a
matter of regret that this incubus lies so
long deterred you from making the long
contemplated enlargement of your paper.
Conildering, however, that your paper
is the only exponent of sound doctrines
in the county, there ought now to be no
difficulty in carrying ont this improve
ment, provided only that your patrons
realize its importance to them and to the
party whose best interests it has advoca
ted through evil report and vexaous
annoyances more than falls to the lot of
racist persons. AN , hen one considers the
little—the very little—the mite almost,
which is naked by you to enable you to
miry out this-improvement, iteeeros dif
ficult to believe that you will belleterred
for a single day for the want of the ne
cessary mane. It is only for everybody
to pay what they owe you now or would
owe you *year hence—a few more prompt
paying subscribers, either Democrats to
"the manor boru",or else honest Repub
licans who have had theireyes opened at
last to the utter recklessness and devil
ish malignity of our present rulers, T.
Stevens & Company—"only, this and
nothing more," and, presto, the thing is
done. The Compiler grows in size and
usefulness, and its subscribers will for
the future have a paper which will do
them much good In their day and also to
the next generation. So mote it be!
We have no news here which you have
not already received. The work of de
struction goes bravely on, and the next
session of the Rump will probably com
plete the ruin of the country. A dray
man here, an honest freedman, who had
supported himself withouthaving a hand
in the bureau drawer, says "if dey don't
soon stop die re-distruction, de white
people won't have enuff left to feed de
freedmen, and den tvhczif"
Well, there is a comfort in knowing
that the destructionists will suffer with
those they have ruined, and like Samp
son, will be involved in the fall of the
temple they have overthrown.
Yours truly, Die BOOTS..
A SPICY DEBATE.
There was a lively time in the House,
'lit Washington, on Thursday, whilst the
million bill for the relief of the destitute
in the South was under consideration.
The Age's correspondent says:
Woodbridge, of Vermont; reopened on
Butler, and stated he (B.) had uttered
what he knew to be false, or in other
words, that he had lied. Late in the af
ternoon Butler obtained the floor and
charged Bingham with having gone over
to the Democrats, and advocating the
cause of Jefferson Davis. Bingham re
plied with great wUrnith and bitterness,
saying that he would submit to noeuch
imputation from a man who had voted
fifty-seven times in convention to nomi
nate Davis for the Presidenc . .l', and who
was moreover responsible for the misera
ble failure to capture Fort Fisher. This
brought forth a hearty round of applause
from the floor and the galleries, and it
was some minutes before order was even
partially restored. Butler rose to reply,
but the House was in Committee of the
Whole, and all debate had been closed.
The only alternative was for the Coin
mittee to rise anti the Speaker to resume
the chair, which was ordered by a ma
jority vote. When the Speaker resumed
the chair, Butler asked ten minutes to
reply to Bingham. There was a disposi
tion on the part of certain members to
object, but Mr. Eldridge, of Wisconsin,
said he hoped the House wouldn't attempt
to "bottle up" the gentleman from Mas
sachusetts. No objection being made,
Butler proceeded to respond to the re
marks of Mr. Bingham. After apologiz
ing for having voted for Jefferson Davis,
and regretting that he had not been more
successful in the late conflict., he said
that Bingham's only act during the war
(or immediately after its close) was that
of putting a woman to death whom he
(Butler) verily believed"to he innocent.
This allusion to the. trial and conviction
of Mrs. Surratt, called forth a reply from
Bingham, and with that personalities
I ceased. The outside opinion is, that
Butler was very roughly handled.
I tLAAJA, I I ;7V/7 ;t') tr4lfri;ao4l4COnasl
The following is a list of the officers
elected in the several boroughs and
townships of this county on Friday
week. For the preparation of the list
we are indebted to Lieut. Eicholtz, the
Deputy Clerk of the Courts : .
Gettysburg.—Burgess, R. G. McCreary;
Town Council, Wm. F. Baker, Alexan
der Spangler,• Judge, Daniel Lashell;
Inspectors, Theo. C. Norris, A. W. Flem
ming; Assessor, D. W. Robinson; Assis
tants, William R. Eyster, Sam'l Herbst;
School Directors, John F. McCreary,
J. T. Mcllhenny ; COnstables, Geo. W.
Weikert, Michael Crilly.
Berwick Borough.. Burgess, Henry
Kobler; Ridge Washington Metzgar;
Inspectors, Albert D. Grove, John Mol
lison; Assessor, Theodore Pflieger; Assis
tants, Joseph Balin, Emanuel Haar;,
School Directors, William S. Gitt, Wrn.
Hafer; Constable,Henry Mollison; Town
Council, George Jordy, James L. Kohler,
John 'hotter, W, W. Hafer; George H.
Zit tteltown Borough.—Burgess, Simon
S. Bishop; Judge, Martin Steffy; Inspec
tors, Jonathan Sterner; Rufus Duttera;
Assessor, John F. Mcsherry; Assistants,
John Duttq;u, Daniel Crouse; Town
Council, Augustus Crouse, John Coshun,
Josiah Mehring, Henry Colehouse, Ja
cob llornberger; School Directors, Abra
ham Bankert, William F. Crouse, Fred
erick, Bittinger; Auditor, John Hinkle;
Constable, William Sickle.
Berwick Township.—Jastice, Samuel
Klnnemund; Judge, Johu Asper; In
spectors, JarrldsVellx` Jerome Small;
Assessor, Nathan Miller; Assistants,
Henry Miller, Daniel Bucher, Supervi
sors, Adam Kinuernupd, Moses Wollett; W
School Directors, John arner, Daniel
Bear; Clerk, George Caster; Auditor, S.
A. 'Wertz; Constable Samuel Baugher.
Butier,—Judge, F. 'W. 11.now4e; Inspec
tors, A. Xoser, El: Lentz; Assessor, J.
Peters . Aesiortmits Breim.. -
thirif ; 1 6perv' ispre, John Putt,
fete' • • oi:41 Directors, Georgii
?gip, o ft ter; Medi, 4esatgber4
Auditor, John St44llooolrtooarerir Hew.
syliertsel; Constable, Jacob P. Myers.
' lord.—Judge,. D
peutank- Jae°. h - Fmr
/S. Stover • .
le, Grtle noo • • I 14r 91 W 6 0".•_, 5 . tat. 11 ,,t nir
I ' ll - 1 ertYl Buperviscos • • nrY 'Hutt,, srie-Tetn worm u*lmeied... 7 .3rl
George Patterson; School l restore, Isaac of fhatr,voik p oe t og e es-0 war Owing
Deardorff, a tie for the *lb er; Clerkjacob.. tlie name of the old office also.
Eckenrode; Auditor, Levi Spangler;
Treasurer; Francis Bream; Constable,
Conowago.—Judge, John Bracher; In
spectors, Matthias Ginter, Daniel Small;
Assessor, John Keagy; Assistants, Sam
uel Swartz, William Menges; Supervi
sors, John- Roth, George Krug; School
Directors, Solomon Swartz ly, David
Forneray, Samuel - Kuhn Sy; Clerk, Jo
seph - V. Stumbaugh; Auditor, Ambrose
Kline; Constable, Jacob Single.
. Jas. ltussell; Judge,
Peter Keta4nan; Inspectors, James E.
ROW John Gallagher; Assessor, Joseph
Hebert; Assistants. Moses Itaffensperger,
John Cole; School Directors, James Ir
vin, Jonathan Wisler;Supervisors, Jacob
B. Hartman, John Lauver; Clerk, Adam
Deardorff; Auditor, Jacob Mark; Treas
urer, Ephraim `Sheely; Constable, Con
' rad Thomas
Freedom.—Justice, James A. Currens;
Judge, John lkieCleary; Inspectors, John
Patterson, Richard ,Crouse; Assessor,
William C. Scott; Assi tants
Waybright, James A. L nn; Supervisors,
James Bigham, Danis Sheets; School
Directors, Samuel S. Moritz, Andrew
Reed; Clerk, Francis Cunningham; Aud
itor, John Cunningham; Constable,John
Germany.—Justices, Jacob Munk,
John A. Fisher; Judge, Isaac Degroft;
Inspectors, Thomas King, John Wan;
Assessor, William Diatom; Assistants,
Daniel Sell, William Rider; Supervisors,
John G. Woll, Samuel Humped; School
Directors, Ephraim Menchy, Jacob
Wolf, Jacob King; Clerk Valentine Ul
rich; Auditor, John A.Swope; Consta
ble, Edward Staley.
Ifamitton.—Justice, Martin Getz;
Judge, Daniel Bender; Inspectors, A. K.
Stoner, David Baker; Assessor, I. J.
Kuhn; Assistants, Jacob Baker, George
Louch; Supervisors, John Bupp, John
Storm baugh ; School Directors, John My
ers, Albeit W. Storm; Clerk, A. K. Sto
ner; Auditor, George Myers; Constable,
Hamiltonban.—Judge, Henry M. Lan
dis; Inspectors, Israel W. Frame, Wesley
Caufman; Assessor, David R. Mussel
man; Assistants, Isaac Hatieigh, Jacob
It. It-, Blythe,
Frederick Shully; School Directors, An
drew Bigham, James Marshall; Clerk,
J. W. Sullivan; Auditor, David C. Shul
ly; Constable, Andrew E. Low.
Highland.--. 1 ustices, H. H. Wintrode,
J. J. Kerr; Judge, William Wilson; In
spectors, Christian Byers, Francis H.
Eckenrode; Assessor, Hugh A. Mc-
Gaughy; Assistants, John W. Weigle,
J. G. Wcikert; Supervisors, William
Paxton, Granville Stultz; School Direc
tors, G. W. Scott, Hugh A. McGaughy,
David W. Weigle; Clerk, J. J. Kerr;
Auditor, John W. Weigle; Constable,
Henry V. Little.
Huntington.—Juatice,J. A. R. Mcßride;
Judge, A. H. Miller; Inspectors, H. W.
Becker, J. C. Schriver; Assessor, Jere
miah, Shellr, Assistants, J. R. Group,
Benjamin Shelly; Supervisors, J. E.
Plank, Jesse Cline; School Directors,
G. W. Wierman, Jonathan Miller; Clerk,
John Stitzel; Auditors, David Carl 3y,
Jacob Leer ly; Treasurer, J. J. Medcalfe;
Constable, H. A. Wolf.
Latimore.—Judge, John S. Chronister;
Inspectors, Eli H. Troup, James Wil
son; 'Assessor, Charles Prosser; Assis
tants, William F. Bonner, David H.
Myers; Supervisors, John Shaeffer,
George Haar; School Directors, Hen
ry Harholt, A. K. Myers; Clerk, . Ja
cob R. Lerew; Auditor, Daniel F. Stitzel;
Constable, Michael Jacobs.
Liberty.—Judge, Isaac Horner; Inspec
tors, Jacob Eiker, Andrew Donaldson;
Assessor, John Clark; Assistants, Reuben
Shover, Jacob Krise; Supervisors, F.
Mclntire, Jacob Topper; School Direc
tors, Washington Shover, John Nunne
maker; Clerk, John F. Felix; Auditor,
David Krise; Constable, Gregory P.
Mounfjoy.—Judge, James H. Collins;
Inspectors, A. J. Schwartz, Roberts Wil
son; Assessor, G. \V. Hartman; Assis
tants. Michael Schwartz, John Ecken
rode; Supervisors, Joseph Wolf, Michael
Fiscel; School Directors, Jonas Spangler,
Isaac Lightner, James Lane ly; Clerk,
Joseph- -1-1-.- Orn d - urff; Auditor, - - L - evi -
Schwartz; Treasurer, Simon Hawn; Con
stable, Jacob H: Feeser.
Mountpleasant.—Justice, William H.
Lott; Judge, Jacob Melhorn; Inspectors,
Joseph A. Smith, Samuel D. Lawrence;
Assessor, John Sneeringer; Assistants,
Nicholas Heltzel, Peter K. Smith; Super
visors, Samuel - Hilt, James Duttera;
School Directors, James Devine, Edward
McShetry; Clerk, Charles A. Ileinler;'
Auditor, Pius S. Smith; Treasurer, Lewis
Will; Constable, Jacob Noel.
Mena/kn.—Judge, Noah D. Snyder;
Inspectors, Charles Steward, David Hart
man; Assessor, William S. Cart; Assis
tants, Valentine Beamer, William Wal
hey; Supervisors, William F. Cline,
Peter Fehl; School Directors, Levi Tay
lor, Solomon Hartman; Clerk, Jacob
Pitzer; Auditor, Henry N. Minnigh;
Treasurer, Michael Bender; Constable,
John H. Hutton.
Oxford.—Judge, David Lawrence; In
spectors, Henry W. Smith, Jeremiah
Diehl; Assessor, Franklin Martin; Assis
tants, Francis Marshall, Henry Wiest;
Supervisors, Henry Keifer, Christian
Zinn; School Directors, 1 71 ;m. J. McClure,
George Smith; Clerk, John C. Zouek;
Auditor, James Robinson; Constable,
Reading.—Justices, Daniel S. Chronis
ter, M. B. Blauser; Judge, Edw. Sheffer;
Inspectors, Jac. C. Brown, Jos. Chronis
ter, Assessor, John Nichman,• Assistants,
John Laydom, Michael Phillips; Super
visors, Harman Ammon, Daniel H. My
ers; School Directors, including Hamp
ton district, Solomon Jacobs, M. B: Blau
ser, Joseph Spangler, Francis Orndorff,
Singleton Eicholtz, Lewis Chronister,
John G. March; Clerk, Dr. A. Holtz;
Treasurer, Daniel S. Chronister; Consta
ble, Emanuel A. Chronister.
Straban.—Judge, George T. Hudson;
Inspectors, Abraham King, Daniel Cash
man; Assessor, Ephraim Sehriver; Assis
tants, John Thomas, Peter Mackley; Su
pervisors, William Gallagher, Daniel
Stallsmith; School Directqrs, John Ben
der, William L. Thomas; Clerk, Samuel
Bucher; Auditor, Philip Donohue; Cori..
stable. Jacob Rime.
Tyrone.—Judge, Abraham Bowers; In
spectors, Abraham Guise,Amos Starry
Assessor, J. M. Pittenttutf; Assistants;
Jacob Funk, George Mackley; Supervi
sore, George Guise, Emanuel Kemper;
School Directors, Peter Hummer, Sam
uel Delap; Clerk, William M. Bowers;
Auditor, , William Mackley; Treasurer,
John W. YOhe; Constable, John Ecken
Union.—Judge, Frederick Lohr; In
spectors, Peter Sell, George D. Basehoar;
Asse.ssor, Michael 11, Kitzmiller; ...Assis
tants, Daniel Geiselman, Joseph Arntz;
Supervisors, Henry Unger, Jacob Base
hoar; School Directors, Jeremiah Unger,
Daniel Wehler, William Bogan; Clerk,
William Unger; Auditor, Daniel Boyer;
Constable, John Ortner.
OFFERING AN 'ILLEGAL VOTE.—The
.Harrisburg Patriot & Litton says :
Governor - Geary attempted to vote at
the Fourth ward polls to-day, but was
refused. He retired in extreme disgust.
Having been a resident of the city but
two months, and not having been assess
ed or paid a tar, his offer to vote certain
ly was a queer display of "cheek."
siiir The Democracy of Cumberland
county have reeomended the Hon. James
H. Graham for the Suprenieludgeehlit
'Howard, of the Bureau, earl that
NAN pee* ,at the - South WM re/quire
foodilithire the next mop is reached. Of
We number 82,622 are Whites,.
ENLARGEMENT.—We have about con
cluded to ENIABOE the CompmEn—(but
not its price.) There Is only one obsta
cle in the way—the heavy cost of a new
Power Press. This must be had, or the
enlargement cannot be effected. But
there is a mode of reaching it, and that
not a difficult one.
We have outstanding a considerable I
amount of money. With that in our
pocket, the new Press could be bought,—
(i teen be had only for the oath)—and the
COMPILER would soon appear as one of
the largest country papers in the State.
Come up, then, friends in arrears, to
the work Do so promptly—Now—with
out a moment's unnecessary delay.—
Send in all you owe, with a little in ad
vance, and as many new subscribers,
with $2 for each, as possible. Just place
the requisite amount la our hands, and
beside having credit en our books, it
shall all be spent for your benefit—in
setting up a first chum; paper, in size as
well as quality. Give us "A LIFT," fellow
Democrats, and we shall certainly our
Ceed. But it must be done at once, and
by all lu arrears.
LxcruaE.—Hon. Schuyler Colfax is
announced to deliver his celebrated lec
ture, "Across the Continent," in Christ
Church, in this place, on Friday evening
next—at the invitation of the Philoma
thean Society of Pennsylvania College.
It will draw a full house.
Tickets can be had at Falmestock Bro
thers, A. D. Buehler's, B. Horner's, and
at the door.
,AND ARREST.—On Monday
morning. last, Mr. John Smith, of Mary
land, whilst stopping at the Battle -geld
Hptel, in this place, was robbed of about
eleven dollars in money and some arti
cles of jewelry. Suspicion attaching to
Walter Cassatt, he was arrested by offi
cer Rower, and taken before Justice
Myers. A hearing resulted in Cassatt's
committal to jail, to await trial.
THE WEATHER AND THE "GROUND
HoG."—The "ground hog" weather sign
is played out. Some one suggests getting
a new breed of the animal. If some
thing is not soon done, Spring may give
us the slip entirely.
Was there ever before a longer spell of
unpleasant weather? The memory of
the writer reaches not back to a parallel.
THE ROADB.-7Generally about this sea
son of the year, we remind the township
supervisors of the importance of an ear
ly commencement on road repairs. We
forego it for the present. The roads are
now a subject beyond all, counsel or ad
MOVlNG.—"Flitting" time is here, and
already a number of "removals" have ta
ken place., Never &pleasant job, It is,
with the present bad weather and worse
roads, especially, uni=nviting now. A
happy time to those who must undergo
SEED.—The Messrs. Maupan
Rising Sun, Philadelphia, Pa., have sue .,
ceeded, by crossing, in producing a very
superior Tomato—in flavor, productive
ness, and perfection of shape, without a
rival. It Is supplied tb the trade at $lB
per gross, in papers retailing at 2L' cents.
NEW Etnoom.—We call attention to an
advertisement, in another column, of
Kellogg's Excelsior —Broom., one of the
very best articles of the kind that has
fallen under our notice. The agent for
this county, Mr. L. F. Dean, has placed
one in our office, and upon inspection
and trial, we find it to possess all the
Food qualities he claims for it. The
broom is very simple, easily and cheap
ly made, and does its work as well as
could possibly be desired. 'With the
"right"-to make it, every farmer could
beeeme his own broom-maker—and such
"right," or rights, the agent is prepared
A POOR ,ToK.E.—At the borough elec
tion, on Friday week, several Radicals
induced a negro to go to the poll and of
fer, a Democratic ticket. If worthy of be
ing called a joke atall, -it was a very shal
low one. Where Degrees do vote, Radi
cals are far from placing Democratic
tickets in their hands. No time for such
"ornamental" doings then.
Sar McConaughy has had a bill parsed
in the Senate empowering a number of
commissioners, named,to build an Adams
county soldier-A' monument., When,
some time ago, the people, in county
meeting assembled, very appropriatety
gave the project into the hands of the sol
diers of the county, McConaughy was
Left out in the cold. He therefore makes
a new board, and puts himself in as one
of the number. .0' he wants the project
to succeed, we advise him to take his
name out. It is calculated to damage—
may kill—the movement entirely. The
pockets of the people are to be appealed
to—a tact of weighty moment in this
IMPII,OVEMENT. —The Lutheran Con
gregation worshipping in St. James
Church are having it thoroughly repair
ed. The pews are being re-newed and
re-arranged, and the house is to undergo
a thorough re-sainting.
BLAvs. DEEns.—We have just printed
a new lot of blank Deeds—single, double
and blank acknowledgments—with clear
and appropriate type, on the very best
of York paper. They are'Superlor to any
lot ever printed in Gettysburg. All oth
er blanks Mortgages, Bonds, Notes,
Amicable Actions, Summonses, Execu
tions, &c., dok—are also to be had at the
Children's; Lives Saved for 50 Cents.
Thousands of Children die annually of Croup.
Now, mothers, if you would spend 60 cents, and
always bereft bottle ofDr. Tobias' Venetian Lin
iment in the house, you need never fear losing
your little one when attacked with this oom..
PROPERTY BALES.—Jacob - Kitamiller, platnt. It is now 19 roans/dace I have put up my
Esq., (Prothonotary,) purchased a Liniment, and never heard of a child dying of
house and lot from Joh Houck, at the
Croup when my Liniment was used; but hundreds
South end of Baltimo street, in this
of cases of cures have been reported to me, and
many state If it was 610 per bottle they would not
place, for $650 cash. be without, it. Besides which, It is a certain cure
Michael Harnish, of this county, has Jot Cate, Borne, Headache, Toothache, Sore
purchased a house and lot; ;Quitted in' Throats, sweinnite, Mumps, Colic, DlarrhtTea, 1
Frederick street, Hanover, the property
b r % ) e .s it en a te ria S est. No O on ld e oince res i
r a t e n v d
of Charles Stine, deceased, for the sum of without it. it irwarraated perreetiy sure tottitel
$1,900. . internally. Full I:erections with every bottle. ,
Fold by the Druggists. Depot, 66 Courtlandt '
Three acres cif land belonging to the street, New Y0rk.___ ...... . [Feb.2s, Ism 7w i
estate of Phillip
,Kohler, deceased, situ- hearsear, littadoest and Catarrh,
ate on the McSherrystoln road, near Trea ce
NCOCtlitrllt it h n e ci l it ti m ost
rist, (fsourmerly by Dr,
Hanover, was recently sold at - $126 per Rolland.) N 0619 PlNEStreet, PhUadelp o bla. Tea-
Unundals from Vie most relisiblesoureeit in the
Itefe.City and Country ma he seen at boa once. US'
• mintiest faculty ate invited to aregompsar twirl
illiiirA markettnan. in Harrisburg, Pa. patiests,es be has no secrete in his &settee. Ar-0 - --
has manufactured a sansage_l6ty-nine weird Ws Imerte'l without Pa h l , No t bai nl er ill lifenta —Mei elea i ll — bi w 1 1
diet three inches in length. - I r e :M k . w arr r al " I had at ICAL4I I L
• . •
Rpm- IT U' 'WE PEOPLE.—jt
initilW be madders* a matte of ink and
peer to be printing *bat is pherally
known by OUr readoia,. but there are
some facts that should be kept before the
people, and one la that Mr. F. B. Picking
is daily adding to his- stock of Clothing,
and continues to 881 goods in his line at
prices unprecedently low. -
NEW STORE.—Messrs. Rev di '~ooda
have opened a Dry Goods Store, in con•
neetien with the Shoe and Hat blisiness,
at the old stand on the corner of York
street and the Square. They hiye thor
oughly renovated their room, with a
view to the comfort of their costumers u
well as themselvdse Their new goods are
arriving, and are attraetiug much atten
tion. The display is fine and the exhi
lair That Hacking Cough inust be a
souroe of great trouble, and will certainly
produce fatal results if not attended to.
Just enough of Coo's Cough Balsam to
wet the throat, taken once,an hour, will
cure it in a very short time and only cost
35 or 40 cents,
RAILRoAD ACCIDENT, ---On Monday
week, as the 4xpress train on the North
ern Central railroad reached a, crossing
near Glen Rock, a man, whose name we
have not ascertained, was in the not of
driving a two-horse wagon across the rail
road. The two horses were killed, the
wagon brekeu to pieces, but strange to
say, the person escaped without receiving
any, gerbils injury.
MORN Show.—Probably the biggest
snow of the winter fell on Friday last,
Bully for March !
IPirGov. Geary has signed the bill
compelling railroad companies to carry
negroes in all their oars. So we go—
Radical leaders piling outrage upon out
rage. Surely, popular sentiment must
soon overwhelm them.
It is said that Gen. It. E. Lee will
advise an immediate convention by the
people of Virginia, to accept the terms
offend by Congress, hard as they are.
lirGorrnor Geary has been indulg
ing in the luxury of a veto. He has re
fused his signatule to a bill granting
more extended privileges to the Penna.
Railroad Company. For this act on/I
half of his party are praising him while
the balance are cursing him. The Sen
ate hayed passed the vetoed bill over the
head of the Governor by a vote of two
ser•The National Democratic Commit
tee met recently at New York, and re
solved that it wail inexpedieht to call a
National Convention previous to the reg
ular nominating Convention of next
year, but determined on
, a thorough or
ganization of the Democratic party In
all the states of the Union.
liar Eliza Hammond, of Hoboken, N.
J., was annoyed last Monday by a little
girl only five years old playing on her
door-step, so taking outs - loaded gun she
shot the girl dead.
On Tuesday evening. the 19th inst., at the house
of the bride's father, hy Rev. Mr. Bushman. Dr. I.
ELMER Cooi: to Miss SALLIE A. XOsEit,
daughter of 31r. lienry O. Kuser, of Butler town•
thanks are due the happy couple for
their kind remembrance of the printer in the
hour of their snpremeloy. They have not only
our aek now ledgme ntS, but congratulations. Long
life, prosperity and happiness to the Doctor and
his fair bride.
On the 9th inst., at. the residence of J. D. Rex,
Crawford ecmtv, Ohio. by the Rev. D. Rummers,
Mr. JACOB 1.F.W18,' of Richland comity, Ohio,
to bliss AMANDA C. KNOCREI, formerly of list.
All 'ln luck again! 'A
wedding cake sent us all
the way from Ohio! The happy pair will please
accept our thanks, ad well as best wishes for their
happiness and prosperity. May their journey
onward,be without aclond to mar their Joys.
On the 14th Inst., et the house of Mr. Joseph
Wolff, by Res. P. W. WoIQ Mr. JNO. W. ROSEN
BERGER, of Mountpleagant trhrnehlp, to Mho
LANAH C. 'WOLFF. of Butler township, •
On the 19th inst.. at the residence of Mr. Adam
Bream. hy Bev. D. MI Blackwelder, Mr. DANIV,
L. PLANK to Miss HANNAH L...MILLEH. both
of Huntington township.
In New Orford, on the 17th Inst.. Mrs. ['AVIA
RINE MYERS, widew or Jacob Myers, aged 80
years 0 months and *J3 days.
On the Bth inst., 'war East Berlin, HOWARD
AUGUSTUS, son of John KAng, JG, aged 2 years
10 months and 10 days.
On the lath insh, near Lower Bermudian
church, Mr.JOEIN7fEIt MYERS, aged 78 years
6 months and 6 days:
On the Nth Inst., 'at Middletown, ULYSSES
GRANT, son or Jainee U. and Sarah Walter, aged
7 months and 13 days.
r On the 3rd Inst., 7 In tendersvllle, HARRY
WILLIS, eon of ffirnm and Eliza Jane Were,
aged 2 years 5 moat. : end 18 days.
Special otice Column.
Is a concentrated xtraot of the choloe root, so
combined with °their substances of still greater
alterative power as,to afford an effectual,anti
dote for diseases Salisaparille is reputed to core.
Bach a remedy is dureiy wanted by those who
suffer from Strummas complaints, and that one
which will accomplish their care must prove, its
this has. of immensi service to this huge slam of
our afflicted felloi.o-citizens. How completely
this compound wli do it has been proven by
experiment on mat y of the worst cases to be
found in the following eomplaints:
Scrofula, Scrofulous Swellings and Sores, Skin
Diseases, Pimples. Pustules, Blotches, Eruptfflus,
BL. Anthony's Fire. use or Erysipelas, Teller or
Balt Rheum, Scald !lead, Iting Worm, etc.
Syphilis or Venerial Disease is expelled from
the system by the prolonged use of this Sarsapa
rilla, and the patiplat is left 1p comparative
Female Diseases are caused by Scrofula In the
blood, and are ofterdsoon cured by this Extract of
Do not discard this Invaluable _medielne,
because you have been imposed upon by some
thing pretending to be Sarsaparilla, while IL was
Clot. When you have used ATKA'S—then, and
not till then, will you know the virtues of
Sarsaparilla. For minute particulars of the
diseases it cures, we refer you to AYers Amerlean
Almanac, which the agent below named will
furnish gratis to all who call for it.
CATIIARTIC PILLS, for the cure Of
Costiveness, Jaundice, Dyspepsia, Indigestion,
Dysentery, Foul Stomach, Headache, Piles,
Rheumatism, Heartburn from Disordered Stom
ach, Pain, or Morbid InaGtion of this Bowels,
Flatulency, Loss of Appetite, Liver Complaint,
Dropsy, Worms, Neuralgia, and for a Dinner
They are sugarcoated, so that the most sensitive
can take them pleasantly, and they are the best
aperient in the world for all the purposes of a
Prepared by J. C. AYER dr, CO., Lowell, MASS.
and sold by A. D. RtratFt.ka, Gettysburg, Pa.
March ILI, 1567. 2m
t latteit 1111161'"rt&
eirallasimakat.. la se 6 is
. .. -: sis ,
Mo_ja_• , . 640
WHITE WHEAT, • 125 61 271
RED WHEAT,. . • 900 6240 -
HOEK, •• : • * as
RYE •• • • iOO
RUCIiWHEAT. • •
HAT,. - • • It
liIiO A, YEIIBEED . -. . 7600024 al
PORK, D. .
- i a
- In l6 I 1 no
. 10 75 11 70
ulO 70 le
- 2 1
•. 125 219
l i smengig, filund»
WHISK EY. , •
Altearkle Porous Plasters,
Hartford, Conti.,diev, 11, Mi,
Mears. Twos. Amscees Alt CO.—Please asikt,
with dispatch, twelve down Allcoek's Porous
Plasters. Our daily ens:Tient, confirms their
very ilaperfor excellence. At this moment of
writing a man applies for one, who, by entangle.
ment in the shallot machinery, had both Melees
broken, spine severely Injured, and was foe near
ly a year entltely helpless. This man found re
lief very Book by the application of a plaster to
his spine. He was soon enabled to work, and
now he labors as well as ever. He would cheer
fully pay it for ael ngle Plaster 11 they coald not
be had at a lower rate. lam surprise(' that our.
geons do not make use of these perforated plas
ters to the exclusion of all others', u their flexi
bility and adhesiveness are great ly lu advance of
all other plasters with which I am acquainted;
' while the perforatlims peculiar to them rendered
them greatly superior to all others for ordinary
surgical uses. Knowing the plutentto belie use
ful, I have no scruples that my sentiments shun Id
be known, J. W. JOHNSON, M. M.D.
Agegicy, Brandrith House, New York,
Bold 10 all Druggists in the tinned States sad
March 23, Wit tin
♦ Canvass of the Unto"
proved that the moat eacoeseial candidate An
general favor ever placed before
• THE PEOPLE,
that pure and salubrious vegetable beeutaar,
CRISTADORO'S HAIR DYE,
nu. and wide, throughout the restored, itoputdie.
In defiance of rivalry and competition, It apple.%
TO THE POLLS!
of all whodeeign to clothe thesaineWith the mpg.
rildeent black or brown hues which nature hu
denied, or age stole'n away. Manufactured by J.
CRISTADOII.O, 6 Astor Howie, New York. Bold
by Druggists. Applied by all Hair Dreuen,
March 26, 1887. lm
To the Fondly et Mashhad.
The most reliable purgative In the world i war.
ranted to effect a positive cure; free (ruin inn•
erais and Obnoxious dregs; differ from all other
cattle:ties—in ild in effect, followed by no cramps,
no pain. The Pills purify the Blood, regenerate
the whole system,
by purging mildly from the
Stomach, Liver, Bowels gtiess , and other sit.
cretions, all distressing and dangerous elements,
and so iegulate the system with new his and
blood, as to engendetuu fear or apprehension of
a sudden relapse or reappearance al many of the
cutaneous disorder" which interline tan ow:leech,
As a speedy, yet careful and cautious Corrector
and Regulator of the Liver, when Its ttlepid state
obstruct& digestion. and us a ilfe.eaver against,
sudden attacks of epidemics and contagious tin.
eases, ,Radway's Regulating ?Ills are unequalled
ha the sclonee of Medicine. 111 case/ of severe
Dyspepsia, of Indigestion, Fevers, Inflammation
of the Bowels, hull rains, ileartburn, etc., they
are warranted to effect a core. Solna covered
with sweet gnm, they ars tasteless, and have no
smell. They are generally used throughout the
family of mankind.
Sold by Druggists. Price 25 cent, per box.
March 25,1867. 2W
SCHENCK'S SEAWEED TONTO.
t Ids medicine. Invented by Dr. J. H. E 3 zsgag. of Fhtl*
de'phis, is Inteaded to dissolve the bed sad oaks ftilets
chyme, the first proemt of digestion. By elesasing tic•
stomach with S thenek's Mandrake Pins, the Tonle soon
restores the appetite, led food don mild not Wooten before
using it will he easily divided.
Cen.ump.ion evince be cared by fiebenek's Nattiest*
Syrup unlade the stomped. sad User Is made healthy snit tbo
smelts restored, Lome the Tonle sad Pills eye rimulrod la
nearly ever/ cue of consumption. A half donee bottles a.
the SEAWEED TONIC nod three' or four bow of the
MANDRAKE PILLS will mire say iertiluery ear of Os-
Dr. &MINOS makes mermalcraal Anise in New York, Sao.
ton, and sti hla prioetp•tl o.fsea in Philadelphia Ovary week.
800 dalir ;open of each place, or lila pamphlet on oconsurip.
Don for ha dare for visitation.
name observe, when parehaelno, that the two likarmswas
Of the Dodos, eats when to the last slam of Coosamption,
and the other as he now la, in porfol health, aro on the Ciev
Bold by all Ilrusgis and Dealers, prke $1.50 per belea, es
117.50 Um half dome. AU letters far advice should be ad
dressed to Dr. Boas seep Priec.pul Moe, a.. 15 North kb
Street, litlialelphla Ys
General Wholess:e /geoid:, Damao Barna 4k Co., N. Y.
S. S. Renee BolUmoro, MI; John D. Park" Cinehuoul
Ohio; Weaker ; Coition- NOoo,,
Lon* Mo. rlet w. of Ina. 1 pi
Pree to Everybody.
A TALMO 6 pp. Circular, giving informutiou of
tho greatest importance to the young of both
It tpachea how the homely may become beauti
ful, the' despised respected, anti We forsakes"
Na young lady or gentleman should tall to
trend their Akira's, and receive a oopy post-paid.
by return mail.
A.ddreas P. O. Drawer 21,
Marchl,lB67. ly Troy, N. T.
A Prat Toms Lot,
BETWEEN 8 and 9 arres, fur sale. la
quire at the Custrtmsa office.
March 25, 1867.
TnEpartnership heretofore existing be
tween the undersigned, in the Grain and
Grocery business, bits been dissolved by mu
tual consent: All persons indebted are re
quested to make immediate payment, stud
those having el..ims to present them.
. ROBERT McCUIWY,
The books will remain with R. McCurdy, at
the aid stand, for a short time.
M.lrch 25, ISOT. tMyl
LRWIB MILLER'S ICSTATE.—ILettert of
administration on the estate of Lewis
Muter, late of Berwick township, Adams
county, deceased, having•been granted to the
undersigned, residing In the same township,
he hereby gives notice to all persons inclebted
to said estate to make immediate payment,
and those having otatms monist the mime to
present them properly atuthentioated for set
tlement. NAT:IIOIIEL MILLER.
March 25, 1567. et
Wm. .C. Stallsmith,
GAItPENTKIL & CUNTBA,CTOR,
keeps constantly on hand and manuhtctures to
Doors, Shutters, Blinds, Sash, Door and
Window Frames, Cornice, Door
4nd Window Brackets,
er any other article in the Building bins.
Seasoned material constantly on band, exr
psrienced workmen always in readiness, and
work executed With dispatch. ifirclrd•rll
promptly attended to. [Jan. W. em
Cooking Stoves & Tinware,
AT BEDDOW PUICES. Also, Bridge's
Double Fire Chainlsar; Pliant Fire-place
Sire, a new sod superior istrentiop.
and see it. at 11. G. COOK'S.
Jan. 28, 1867.
CARPETS for.sala at
CLEAIFACES.—Jast recited ii2oth;;
supply of supetles.RiemglWps, Brush
es sad Soap, at ' n. - ..rw lir/FOODS%
OR nice Prints, Chllkl, Ologhime,
lins, Sc., go to .1141 E 6 WOODS'.
F - FAA Detallies ' Mohairs, , Alpsoms, Los Eros,
Lawns, De Deus, Plaids, Pop li n*, Nal
lies, Silk', &c., the ladies should e. and se.
the new etyles et ItOW ok
Whits Goods, ttuffiinp, No.igings_an4
Trimmings, go to BOW k WOODS'.
F YOU WANT thy lateursij4e.of Hato oat,.
gq to ROM a-WOODS'.
I}ogs. SHOES, fon .idep and Boys, Ladino
0 and Children at ROW k,WWPS!, ,
TRUNKS,OD RACER tar flak an
. ZOlrk ITOONV