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ou PRUITING. of every description—from the
smelled label or mad to the largest handbill,
or poster—deco with diapateh, In a workman
like meaner, and at the lowest living rates.
orrice on Baltimore street. a few Maws above
the Ootat-House, on the opposite side, with
"Oettylbarg Compiler Office" on the building.
Attornies, Physicians, &c.
J. C. NEELY,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Particular attention paid to
collection of Penile:mu Bounty and Back-pay.
°thee to the E. E. corner of the Orstnond.
- tiottysbarg, April I, 1880. tf
ED WAJID B. EIIZRZIER,
A TTORNEY AT Lew
faithfully awl prang
1r attend to an business entrusted to blm.
"p=rl",ltho t Gorman tmsuaee. he
Baltimore stre et °at ,
n e ea " i gruey' 6
drug Mona mid nearly oppuelte Diume r r & lieg!
Gettysburg, March 20.
JOll7l /IL KRA rr/f,
IA MeCONAUA HY,
ADMEN. EYES AND COPNBELLOP.S.
McCONAUGHY hsa emaciated JOHN M.
HILAUTH, Beq„ in the Practice attic Law,
at lila office, nue door west of Buehler's Drug
store, Chatiabersburg street.
special attention given to emits, collections and
'lett letnent of estates. All legal business and
claims to Pensions, Bounty, Back Pay, and Dam
ages aguitot ("fitted hzetes,ut ail time., promptly
and efficiently attended to.
land Warrant. located, and choice Farms for
salelu lows and other Western stapes.
o I KC.
WM. AL DI:SC.IIc,
4 TTORNEY AT LAW,
Wal promptly attend to all
bualneea entruntal to him, Including the
procuring ot Peualone Bounty, Beek ray, apd all
!,pr elalmasipainat the United Stater and Stet.
Go% ern mentlL
t..111...3 1n North.went corner or Diamond, Getty*.
April 15, VV. tf
OFFICE AND DWELLII‘Gieer
. E. corner of Balthnoce and Fllitlt 'denote, noilr
tIo Prembyterlau Church, Gettysburg, Fe.
April IA 1007.
LW. W. J. AfeCIArRE,
111,1 lig perman e ntly located In Near asfoni, lll
practice Ills profession in all its branches. /11.
friend,. and all others desiring his professional
servires are requested to call and consult lam at ,
hie oillee, in 'Hanover street.
May AI. tf
41.. r. 11.1 C. WOLF,
EAVING LOCATED AT FART BERLIN, AD
flop that hp .rtaict &Lieu t lon to tile proraselonal
he may merit a chore of the public_ pa
A pri 1%, 11100. tf
l I AM R.F.NUMF:D the Practice of Medicine in
LITTIANTOWN, and Offers his BerViCeS to
W. nbllc. Office at his house, corner of Loni•
I,hol street and Foundry alley, near the Railroad.
ht reim utwution Kt , en to Bkill
t leetown, Nov. 14, ISM.
Do, D. A. PE-FJPXIi,
4 lIBOTTNTOWN, ALAN:Di COUNTY,
•1 Continues the
pre.•tlee.of his profession In all Its brunehoh and
rixpeetfully Invite all penams afflicted
with an) old staudlug diseases tu all and eon-
t. 3, 1114. If
J. LA WHENCE /ILL, M. D.,
lieu hie omee one door weld or the Lu
terim church In Chamberedmrit etreet, and oppo
lie Or. Iforner's oilier, VI hero tin.; w lulling tn
hnsean}to ()per. t lon performed are re..peet
fully Ins tech to rail. REIMILP:TiCH24 • lire. Horner
ttor. 11. L. Ilaugher, 11. U. Rey, Prof. M. Jacobs
In., l'rof. M. h. burvoi.
liettyaburg. April 11, '.53.
(11 kNIIIERRBITRO PitTTYB.I3UR6, PA.
IVA& X XYXRX PROPRIISTOR
IS is F. /10W llouse, lilted up In the most &p
-i proved style. Its location ht pleasant, central,
end convenient. Every arrangement has been
uuide for the accommodation end) comfort as
guests. The-Table will always have the hest of the
market, and Weller the best Of Winesand liquors.
There lit oommodious Stabling attached, with
an soounnstodating ostler always we hand.
This Hotel is now open for the entertainment
of the pu Otte, and shareof patronage is solicited.
No effort will be spared to render satiefactkm.
Jon, 14, 1867. tf
YORK STREET, NEAR TIIE DIAMOND,
I 111111 undersigned would most respectfully in-
I form his WiIIIOTOUIII friends and the public
generally, that he has pureheeed that long mbar
litthod and well known Hotel, the "Globe inn,"
In York street. Gettysburg, and will spare no
effort to conduct it in a manner that will not de.
traet from Hs forme high reputation. His halide
will hove the best the market ma afford—hitt
chambers are specious and comfortable—end he
has laid In for his bar a full stock of wince and
floors. There is large stabling attached to the
Hotel which will he attended by attentive cot
ters. 'lt will be Ills constant endeavor to render
tile fullest satisfaction to his gnash', making his
house as near a borne to them as possible. He
asks a share of the publiee patroomps, determin
ed us be Is le deserve a large part of it. RelllPlll ,
her, the "Globe Inn" is In York street, but met
the Diamond, or Public Square.
April 4, MC tf
NEW OXFORD, ADAMS COUNTY, PA
Tundersigned having purchased the Martin
L Hotel property, In New Oxford, Adams coun
ty, will conduct It in future, under the name of
the "Eagle Hotel." Ile pledges himself to spare
no effort for the comfort of his guests. Hie table
shall have the beet the market can afford, and
his bar the cholocet /bloom. Hle chambers are
opinion., and cannot fail to give satisfaction,
There la commodious stabling attached to the
Hotel, which will be attended by a reliable and
accommodating ostler. The proprietor tepee to
revive n liberal share of public patronage, and
will always try to &acne it. Remember the
"Engle," In the northeaat corner of the Diamond,
FILkN KLAN 1101J14E,
OF BOWARD & NKLIY KTRRISTS,
This Bernie le on a direct lino between the
Northern iVritral and Baltimore R Ohio Raanand
I /IVA.. It bee been refitted and comfortably ar
ranged for the convenience and the ontertailn
'tient of guests..
Nov. 9, ISGS. tf
HAVING pun:hared the attentive Warehouse,
Ode, &0., of Culp it Oar mow, the ander
togned Intend to carry on the btoduem, under the
firm of llWham & Co., at the old stand, on
the clever et Washington and Raines' street*, on
a nose extents e scale Unix heretofore.
We are paying the hlgheet rnark'et parea for
SIAM, VLollit, GRAIN AND ALL HINDS OF
FLOUR and FEED, HALT and all kinds is
tiItOCERIE.Ii, kept constanty
a.n hand and to
role, cheaper S han they tan be ywbere else.
I . l.A.eiTellt, and all kinds of EXIITILIZERS,
constantly on hand or Rind/bed to caller.
A ItEOULAR LINE (W FBEFUHT CARS
will leaver our Warehouse every TUESDAY
MORN/NO, and accommodation trains will be
run an amnion may require. By this arrange
ment we are prepared to eoevey Freight at all
times to and fro% Baltimore. AU Modems of this
kind entrusted tat Oa. will beprompUy attended
to. Our can' run to the Warehouse of Sternum
.t mons. ltio North Howard street., Baltimore. Be
ing determined to pay good prices, sell °heep and
deal fairly, e e invite everybody to give as a OiLM.
Wit. M. BIORAM.
Jan. 17, IPli. tf
McCURDY & HAMILTON,
lumiliM a ri m tlieir Ware.
11, Oa to
11.4% ? rmnitAtatlJCW
and Invite innikodani s iti Ig!no scull tiodonp
l e° Tlisy conatiAgf tokbAnd tor Ale,
A tABOE aurrir *OLIIOCIERIICK
roisames, ps, wl T AlL oo llat. :
sts. Also ths , with FEED
oral Wad'. Mgr hove
A A imurisswessaa, .^
Thesr ask is .voi
girSONISIMMUSIS tirrS" -
• • • beware
• bar NO to
Ei /Writ. to • - • MOIPPIMMIk
Sep. Zr. VOL tt tkAarldniVi%
__ ComplL ER.
BY H. J. STAELE.
CARRIAGES AND BUGGIES.
TATE & CULP
are now banding a variety of
of the West and most approved styles,
and constructed of the beat material, to Which
they Invite the attention of buyers, Havirug
bout our pork with great oars and of material
selected with special reference to beauty of style
and durability, we can confidently recommend
the work as unsurpsased by any, either in or out
of the eitlea.
All we aek in an Inspection or our work to con
vinoe theme in want of any kind of vehicle, that
this in the place to buy them.
REPAIRING IN EVERY BRANCH
done at short notice and on reasonable terms
Give ea a call, at oar Factory, near the corner
of Waahington and Chamberabung streets, Get
March 19, ISM. tf
CARRIAGE- MAKING BUSINESS,
TiUsuideralgned have resumed tha Car ri age.
AT THEIR OLD RTA.ND
In That AradZe &red, Gagyaburg, Pa.,
where they ere prepared to put up work in the
moat lhatilonable, subatant/al end nuperfor man
ner. A lot of new nail second-hand
CARRIAOIII, BUGGIES, £C., ON NAND,
which they will dispose of et the lowest prices;
sad all orders will be supplied os promptly and
sittistietorily as possible.
REPAIRL\Q DONE WITH DESPATCH
and at cheapest rates.
A large lot of new and old HARNMS on hand
and for sale.
Thankful for the liberal patronage heretofore
enjoyed by Them, They solicit and will endosvcr
to deserve a large share in the future.
DAM ER & ZIEGLER
July Ilk 11385. tf
NEW COACH SHOPS.
YANTIS, ADAMS .1 CO.,
'tS7Elstke this method of Informing the public
SS that we have .dabltshed new Coach Shops
at LlLtiestown, where we are prepared to WATIU.
facture to order all kinds of BUGGIES, CALL
RIAGPI4, SULKIES, etc., on the shortest notice
and : most turonnuodatlng terms. Uur hands
have Peen procured from Baltimore, and, as we
use none but choice material, we OM put up
work to compete with env shop in the State.
Old work npulml and taken lit esell.mge for
Aug. 30, INT% tf
R. & W.
ROW dt WOODS
sell the Cheapest CAI,ICO,
Sell the Chown* MUSLIN,
Hell the Cheapest OCeOliA3‘.
ROW ct woo D. 9
Hell the cheeped, MERINOS,
Pell the Cheatssgt ALPACAP,
Sell the Cheapest DELAINIMI
11A)W d W0013:4
Nell the Cheapest CLOTH,
Peet the Cheapest CAPPINLERE
Pell the Cheapest JEANS.
ROW & WOODS;
Pell the Cheapest AA
Pelt the Cheapest
Sell the Chespast tar Ola.
ROW ,* WOODS
fell BLANRRTS Cheap,
Sell SHAWLS Cheap,
Sell NOTIONS Cheap.
ROW a: WOODS
Bell for Cash sod will
e sll si the lowest prices.
ROW &. WOODS
Invite everybody to
Roslery, Gloves, Dress Buttons,
Ribbons, liermantown Yana
Suspenders, Rawls, Violin Bows,
Strings and Rosin, always on hand
Jan. 3. 1868. U
WM. BOYER & SON,
Slone, Wooden and Willow Ware.
A general assortment of all Goods
usually kept la a.
FIRST-CLASS FAMILY GROCERY
Oonfectionery and loe °ream Saloon.
Charnbersburg Street, Gettysburg, Pa.,
next door to Engle Hotel
having completed Ids new bulldlng, has opened
the laremeamortment of Confections ever orkred
la Oettylthurg, Including
FRFINCII AND COMMON CANDIFN,
Tay., Nuts, tr.e., and everything belonging to a
first...thaw Oonfeetionery, with spacial smoommo•
dations for Ladles and Gentlemen.
supplied on shortest notice.
Feb.l4, UN& If
THE BRICK WAREHOUSE
AT SEW OXFORD.
11111 undersigned, at his Warehouse, In New
I° ee for I r Otatr i li c4n akri l OrTit' ig t ) ., lest iig
AND TUIOTR I BOCKWHEAT,
Farmers Mar always rely upon finding the best
market for their produce et the Brick Warehouse.
He mom kb* eoweleellb est hand, for sale, at
the lowest er prodtA, all Moils of GROCERIDA,
SALT, FISH,OITATIOS anti Vier Fk-ISTILI
-21/10e-ODA.L, LUIALIIN4 Art.
He runs a XARICHT CAN to Baltimore twice
a weak, sad bays Deeds and Other articles for
&moons so r nering„ The ear runs to Stevenson
& Sons', orth HoWII.I Street. A sham of
sobalted, and every effort
made to please.
New Oxford, N0v..15, DOM ty
New Oxford, Alms county, Pa.
UERSII a BROTZEB
taken the weaelaonae reanaltY
Owl by D, Hoke.
are now paying tkeltlalliSTPßlCal for
GRAIN AND PRODIICi
XYLVry alt ek ert wskl " 11 S. " -
New Onanna, Noe. 1, VW. ant
.Aikitrew rettartr,‘ ,
Q trzas hie services to %he pdtdie: Fea.. fitted
in anihe eneentoble tabs.
he =en .
llintsethat Xl3l bs able to tender
•aii emit& Peet melee eddteea,
Iketiiiesiatefrgttn, , , _ ,
„ . IMlTOgiar -
V21 . 4 w 6= 1”.
eadrig n =digni
do = = an, weU bested, sea
aftiM llS cr
Hoofland's German Tonic
THY GRIM! NIENIUSIES
THE LIVER, STOMACH', OR DIIES•
HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS
composed of the pure juices (or, as they are
meditully termed, idaresett)of Itmas, Herbs, and
Barks, making s preparation, Idgixli eone.utm-
Led, and ,entirely free tram almJiMie admixtures q
HOOPIANTYS GERMAN TONIC
Is a combination of all the Ingredients of the
Bittern, with the purest quality of Breda Cruz
Rum, Orange, dc., making one of the most pleas
ant and agreeattle remedies ever offered to the
Those preferring a Medicine free from Alcohol
ic admixture, will use
P. .7. TATE
W X. CULT,
Hoofland's German Bitters,
Those who have no objection to the comblna
lion of the Hitters, WI s taled, will use
Hoofland's German Tonic.
They ars both equally good, and contain the
same medical virtues, the choice between the
two being • mere matter of taste, the Tonic be
ing the most palatable.
The stomach, from a variety of muses, such as
Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Nat, oils Debility, etc., Is
very apt to have lta functions deranged. The
sYmPetbtaing aa It does with the Stomach,
then becomes affected, the rt suit of which is that
the patient suffers from several or mom of the
CONSTIPATION, FLATULENCE: , IN WARD
PILES, FULL-KENS OF BLOOD TO THE
HEAD, AM/I:TY OF THE is romAcH, NAL:-
SEA, HEART-BURN, DlSttUs'll. FOR
FOOD, I I.ILLNESS 01$ WEIGH r INTER
STOMACH, SOUR EEL CT ATI ONS,
SINKING OR ILL"rTERING AT THE
PIT OF THE STOMACH, SWIMMING
OF THE HEAD ITUMRI ED Oft DIFI
CULT BREATHING, FLUTTERING F AT
THE HEART, CHOKING OR SUFI. OCA
TING SENSATIONS WHEN IN A LYING
POSTURE, DIMNESS OF VISIoN, DOTS Ott
WEBS BEFORE THE SIGHT, DULL PAIN
IN THE HEAD, DEFICIENCY or PERSPI
RATION, YELLOWNESS OF THE SKIN
AND El ES, PAIN IN THE SIDE, RACK,
CH IS.3T„ LIMBS, ETC., SUDDEN
FLUSHES OF HEAT, BURNING
IN THE FLESH, CONSTANT IM
AGININGS OF EVIL, AND GREAT
DEPRESSION OF SPIRITS.
The sufferer from these disease - 5i should exer
cise the greatest caution in the selection of a
remedy for him rase, purchasing only that which
he is assured front his investigations and lngui
ea true merit, is skillfully compound
cr.id,s= (ruin Injurious ingredients, and has
established for itself a reputation for the cure of
these diseases. In this connection We would
submit those Well-known remedies—
HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS
HOOFLAND'S GERMAN TONIC.
P ItEPA RED Dl' LB. G M. JACKNOYI,
Twenty-two years since they were first intro
duced into this country from Gt. rrnany, daring
a Well time they has e undoubtedly performed
more cures, and ivnefi fed Nattering humanity to
a greater extent, than uuy other remedies kuoa u
to the public.
These remedies is 111 eflectuull) cure Llv er Com
plaint, Jaundice, Djsperada, Chronic or Nervous
Debility, t hroale larrlma. Disease of the Kid.
neys, and all 1/I%essr4 arising from a I risordered
Liver, Stomach, or Intestine,
Hewalting from any rouse whatever; ?ROSTRA
'DON OF THE induced by Bet ere
Labor, Hardships, Exposures, Fevers, Sic.
There is no medicine extant equal to these
remedies in nnch moos. A tone and vigor is im
parted to the whole system, the appetite is
strengthened, thOd is enjoyed, the stomach di
gests promptly, the blood is purified, the eon,
plexlon Deo:lmes sound and healthy, the yellow
tinge Is eradicated from the eyes, a bloom is giv
en to the cheeks, and the weak and nervous in
valid becomes a strong and healthy being.
PERSONS ADV.42iCI4I) IN L11.2r,
And feeling the hand of time weighing heavily
upon them, With all its attendant ills, will flu
lu the use of this BITTERO, or the TONIC, en
elixir that will instil new life into the veins, re
store in a measure the energy and ardor of more
youthful days, build up their shrunken forms,
and give health and happiness to their remain
It Is a well-established fact that fully one-half
of the female port lon of our population are sel
dom in the enjoyment of good health; or, to use
their own expression, "never leel well." They
are languid, devoid of all energy, extremely ner
yams, and have no appetite.
To this einen of penuins the OITTEM, or We
TONIC, I. especially recommended.
WEAK AND DELICATE CHILDREN
Are made strong by the nice of either of theme
remedies. They will cure every etimeof MARAS-
M Ott, without fall.
Thousands of certificates have accumulated in
the hands of the proprietors, but space will allow
of the publication of but few. Those', It will be
observed, are men of note and of such standing
that they mast be believed.
Hon. Geo.•W. Woodward,
Chief Justice of the Ha preme Court of Pa., writes
Pfdladelphas, March IS, 1867.
"I find Cierman Bitters' Is a good
tonic, useful in dtaeaaea of the digest, tre organs,
and of great. benefit In cases of debility, and
want of nervous action In the system. Yours
truly, OBI). W. WOODWARD."
Hon, James Thompson,
Judge of the Supreme Court of Pennsyhania.
Philadelphia, April . 28, 1888.
.1 consider 'llooflandle German !biter.' a Mae.
able medicine in ease of attacks of IncUireation or
Dyspepsia. I can certify thin from my expert
max of It. Yours, with respect,
From Rev. Joseph H. Kennard, D. D.,
Pastor of the Tenth Baptist Church.Philactelphla.
Dr. Jocklent—Dear Sir: I have been frequently
requested to connect toy name with recommen
dations of different kinds of medicines, but re
garding the practice aa out of my appropriate
aphere, I have in all eases declined ; but with a
deer proof la various instances and particularly
In my own faudly, of the usefulness a Dr. Hoof-
's German tters, I depart for once from
my naval course, to expresit my Rill conviction
that, for general debialli eV the System, and esneeta
iy for Lame Ctanykani. sl u aWe and ea/Amble pre
paration. In some rases it May fail ; but usual
ly, I doubt not, it will be very beneficial to these
who suffer from the above causes. Yours, very
respectfully, J. H. KENNARD,
Eighth, below Coates tit.
From Rev. E. D. Fendall,
Assistant Editor Christian Chronicle, Philads.
I have derived decided benefit from the use of
Hoonand's German Blttars, and feel It ray privi
lege to recommend them as a most valuable ton
ic, to all oho are suffering from general debility
or from deseasee 'thing from derangement of
the Lis Cr. Yours truly, E. D. FEN DAIL.
Honßand'. German Remed Wit are counterfeit
ed. Ree that the aiinattire of C. M. JACKSON, is
on the wrapper of eamh lonic. -tit others are
Principal Mliee and Mannactory at the Ger
man Medicine Store, No. ail ARCH Street, Phil
cneusLE.s x zrexi, Proprietor,
Formerly C. M. JACKSON et Co
Hoo German Bitten, per bottle, - $1 00
• •• halt dosen, - 5 00
freggland's Berman Tonic, put op In quart bot
tles, $1 00 per bottle, or a half dozen for $7 50.
46irDo not forget to examine well the article
you boy, in order to get the genuine.
y Druggists generally.
Jan. rr, PIK
Great National Telegraphic
Nos. !KNI sad 111., Cheutaut Street,
To the Tiwoot Iljellere Itoomas la the ati•
, gy parta n t= f axd the whole of the. Tani
Ilelnt OF REPUBLIC 111111.14N05,
nolartf o is the Continental Hotel.
ertoisdred rand conducted Boalrmo
Cerisal Tmsbeni boa no superior. -
Edeostion for the Counting-room in the short
est peisible time consistent id* thetntareete Of
Bend list Ctrestar.
TATUM & BEAM
Oct. Z 5. M.
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/VII ALL PLSILIAIin Or
GEMSBITEG, PA., FRIDAY, APRIL 17, 1868.
Mend Muller, on a summer'. day,
Raked the meadows sweet with hay
Beneath her torn bat :lolled the wealth
Of simple howdy and Judi& health
Hinging, she wrought, and her met ry glee
The mock.l/1 nl echoed front his tree.
But when site glanced to the far off town,
White from lie hill-slops looking down,
The sweet song Mel, and a vague unrest,
And a nameless longing ailed her breast—
A Is hilt, that she hardly dared to own,
For something better thou ate had known.
The Judge rode slowly down the lane,
Smoothing his horse's chestnut mane.
lie drew his bridle in the shade
Of the apple-tree, to greet the maid,
And auk a draught from the spring that Sowed
Through the meadows series the road.
She stooped where the cold spring bubbled up
And tilled for him her small tin cup,
And blush,' as she gave it, looking down,
On her feet no hare, and her tattered gown.
"Thanks!" said the Judge, "a sweeter draught,
From a fairer hand woe net er quailed."
Ile spoke of the grass and Cowers and trees,
Of the singing ?Ards and humming bees;
They talked of the haying, and wondered
The cloud in the west would bring, foul w tattier,
And Maud forgot her briar-torn gown,
And her graceful ankles hare and brown ;
And listened, while a pleased surprise
Looked front her Jong-lashed hazel oyes.
At last like one who for delay
S. ohs a t :lin excuse, tie rode away.
!Saud Muller looked and sighed "Ah me!
That I the Judge's bride might be
Be would dress Me up in silk. au line,
And praise and toast me at Me wine,
My father should a ear a broadcloth coat;
My brother should wall a painted boat.
I'd dress my mother so grand and gay,
And the baby should haves new toy each day;
And I d feed the hungry-and clothe the poor,
And all should hiss me who le ft our door."
The Judge Molted bark rot he climbed the hill,
And BOAC Maud Muller standing still;
"A km more Pale, a face more sweet,
Neer both it been my lot to me, t,
And her nosh. - tandwer and gras.ful ale
Show her w Ise and good ...she Is fair.
Would she W, ra mine, and I, to-day,
Like her a hart aster of hay;
Ida doubtful baluncee °frights or wrongs,
Nor a earls lawy in with endies., tougu.,,
But lbw of cattle and song Of birds,
And health and quiet and loving words."
But he thought of his sister, proud and cold,
And his mother, t utu of to r rank and gold.
So closing his heart, the Judge rode on,
And Hand was left In the held alone.
But the lawyers smiled that afternoon,
When Le hummed in Court an old love LIMO;
they sung girl mused la-sole the well,
Till the ruin on the unrak,sl clot or
Ile wedded a wife of Hein st dower,
Who lhed for fashion as he for power,
Yet in his marble hearth's bright glow
Ile wide ed n picture come and go;
And ea re and Muller's hazel ey ea
looked out in their Innocent surprise,
lift, when the Wine In his glues cam red,
Ile lunged tut the way side al ell, instead;
And closed his eyes on his garnished rooms,
n.fdreain of meadows and ,lover-blooms,
And the proud man sighed, with a sestet pain•
"Alt that I were free again!
Free as when I rode that day.
Where the barefoot maiden raked her hay."
She marrieds man lir:learned and poor,
And many children played round the door,
But care and sorrow, and childbirth pain,
Left their truces on heart and brain.
And oft, when the summer sun shone hut
On the new moan hay in the meadow lot,
And she heard the little spring brook fall
Over the roadside through the wall,
In the shade of the apple-tree again
She saw a rider thaw hie rein;
And, gazing down with timid grace,
She felt his pleased eye rend her tato.
Sometimes her narrow kitchen walls,
Stretched away into stately balls;
The weary wheel to a epinnet turned,
The tallow candle an astral burned.
And for him who sat by the chimney lug
Dozing and grumbling over pipe and mug,
A manly form at her side she saw,
And Joy was duty, and love was law.
Then she took up her burden of life again,
Saying only, "It might have been "
Alas for maiden! alas for Judge!
For rich mother and household. drudge!
God pity them both! and pity MI all,
Who vainly the dreams of youth recall.
For all sad words of tongue or pen,
The saddest are thecae : " I might have been."
Ah, well! for us all some sweet hope lies
Deeply burled from human eyes;
And, lu the hereafter, angels may
Ron the stone from Its grave away!
THE man who laughs heartily is a doc
tor without a diploma. His face does
more good in a sick room than a bushel
of powders or a gallon of bitter draughts.
People are al ways glad to see him. Their
hands instinctively go half-way to meet
his grasp, while they turn involuntarily
from the clammy touch of the dyspeptic
who speaks in a groaning key. He
laughs you out of your faults, while you
never dream of being offended with him ;
and you never know what a pleasant
world you are living iu until he points
out the sunny streaks on its pathway.
HE whose religion is ever on his lips
has seldom any of that valuable treasure
in hie heart; it keeps watch like a live
ried porter at his door, but there is no
body at home, and there is nothing to
steal; if it were well lodged In his soul,
he would not be so afraid of Its escape.
He who vouches for his own truthfulness
by an oath will tell a lie the nest moment
without a blush.
IN a western village a charming, well
preserved widow had been courted and
won by a physician. She bad children ;
among them a crippled boy, who had
been petted, and, if not spoiled, was
allowed very great "freedom in debate."
The wedding day was approaching, and
it was time the children should know
that they were to have a new father.
Calling the crippled boy, she said :
"George, I am going to do something
before long that I would like to talk
about with you."
"Well ma, what is it?"
"I am intending to marry Dr. Jones in
a few days, and--'
"Bully for you, ma! Does Dr. Jones
Ma caught her breath, but failed to ar
ticulate a response.
A FOREIGNER who heard of the Yankee
propensity for bragging thought he
would best the natives at their own game.
Seeing some very large water melons
on amarket woman's stand, he exclaimed,
"What don't you 'raise larger apples
than these In America?" The quick,wit
ted woman Immediately replied, "Ap
ples! anybody might know you were
a foreigner—them's gooseberries !"
DOUGLASS JERROLD calls women's
arms •'the serpents that wind about a
man's nook, killing his beat resolutions."
The "oldest inhabitant" Bays he don't
object to that kind o' serpents.
SOME of the natives of South Africa
trado often young women for one mileh
cow. The latter are !eerie, while the
twiner are not.
Straarcre threenundrunra being nearly
exhausted, one desperate joker has gone
back to net' drat parents and Inquires:
"Why was E* not afmld of the
KA •othWitTetton* ownittik, oat of , the
wetoL With it wonnin.h4 l ,i)4iffilotj.
Asked hothoocone Win InWtnintLig.
was note litueignO444o)l4l44l#4-
rah ALANITAY LAW
SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Senate
and House of Representatives of the Com
monwealth of Pennsylvania in General
Assembly owe, and it is hereby enacted
by the authority of the sane: That from
and after the passage of this act it shall
be the duty of the several assessors with
in this Commonwealth, on receiving
their transcripts from the county com
missioners, to proceed to make out a list
in alphabetical order of the white free
men above twenty-one years of age, who
they shall know, or who shall make
claim to said assessors, to be qualified
voters within their respective townships,
boroughs, wards, or other election dis
tricts, and opposite said names state
whether the said freeman is, or is not, a
housekeeper, and if he is, the number of
his residence in towns where the same
arc numbered, with the street, alley, or
court in which situated, and if In a town
where there are no numbers, the name
of the street, alley, or court on which
said house fronts, also the occupation of
of the party, and where he Is not a house
keeper, the occupation, place of board.
.Ing, and with whom, and if working for
another, the name of the employ er, and
write opposite said name, the word voter,
and where said party claims to vote by
reason of naturalization, he shall exhibit
his certificate thereof to the assessor un
less he shall have voted in the township,
borough, ward, or district, at five pre
ceding general elections, and on exhi
bition .of the certificate, the name shall
be marked with the letter N ; where the
party has merely declared his intention
to become a citizen, and designs to be
naturalized before the next election, the
name shall be marked I) 7; where the
claim Is to vote by reason of being
between the ages of twenty-one and two
as provided by law, the word "age" shall
be entered, and it the party has moved in
to the election district to reside since the
last general election, the letter It Ethan
be placed opposite the name, and in all
of the cases enumerated, a tax shall forth
with be assessed against the person, and,
in order to carry this law hit° effect for
the present year, it shall be the duty of
the commissioners of the respective coun
ties of this Commilitiwealth, and of the
city of Philadelphia, within sixty days
after the passage of this act, to cause al
phabetical lists of the persons returned
by the assessors as having been assessed
In the several districts for the present
year, to be made out and placed in the
hands of the respective assessors, whose
duty it shall be, on or before the first
of September, to ascertain the qualifies
tious of the persons so named, and their
claims to vote as before mentioned, and
performed in regard to such persons all
of the duties enjoined by this act, and
furnish said list to the commissioners, and
election officers as hereinafter directed.
Provided, That the names of all persons
who where duly registered, and permit
ted to vote at the next preceding general
election in October, shall, without furth
er proof, or application, be placed on the
list or registry directed to ,be prepared
for the election in November, but they
and all others shall be subject to chal
lenge, and their right to vote be passed
on as prescribed by the fourth section of
filEcrfq 2. On the list being comple
ted, and assessments made as aforesaid,
the same shall forthwith be returned to
the county commissioners, who shall
cause duplicate copies of said lists with
the observations and explanations re
quired to be noted as aforesaid, to be
made out as soon as practicable and
placed in the hands of an assessor, who
shall, prior to the first of August next
ensuing said assessments, put one copy
on the door of the house where the elec
tion of the respective district is required
to be held, and retain the other in his
possession for inspection free of charge
of any person resident within the said
election district, who shall desire to see
the same, as it shall be the duty of the
said assessor to add, from time to time,
on the personal application of any one
claiming the right to vote, the name of
such claimant, and mark opposite the
name C V and immediately assess him
with a tax. On the tenth day preceding
the general election in October next
thereafter, it shall be the duty of the
assessor to produce the list in his posses
sion, to the inspectors and judges of the
election of the proper district, at a meet
ing to be held by them as hereinafter
SECTION 3. It shall be the duty of the
inspectors, and judge of the election,
together with the assessor, to attend at
the place of holding the general elections
for the respective election districts, on
Saturday, the tenth day next preceding
the second Tuesday In October, and on
other days hereinafter mentioned, and
continue in open session at said place,
from nine o'clock A. N. till six o'clock P.
M. of said day, to hear proof of the right
of the respective persons to vote, whose
names are contained In the assessor's list
before mentioned, or who shall apply to
them to have their names registered ;
and all persons who have not previously
voted in the election district, shall make
due proof in the manner now prescribed
by the election laws, of their right to
vote in said district, and like proof shall
be made in all cases by those applying
for registry, whose names are not enroll
ed by the assessor, and marked "voter,"
and it shall then be the duty of the asses•
sor forthwith to assess said person, with
a tax as required by law, on the proof
being made to the satisfaction of the
election board, if not already assessed;
on the list of the voters in the said dis
trict being complete, it shall be the duty
of the election officers aforesaid to cause
duplicate copies thereof to be made out
forthwith in alphabetical order, one of
which shall be placed on the door of the
house where the elections are to be held,
and the other to be retained by the judge
of the election, who shall bold the same
subject to the Inspection of any WO
men of said district until the day of the
general election and produce the same
thereat. Provided, That , the'oßicers
herelnbefore named, when they shall
deem it advisable, may meet for the
purposes named -fa thlirseetion one or
more days (not exeeeding fear) prior to
the tenth day next preceding 'any gen
eral or presidential election, of *blob
meeting, and its purposes', they shall
give due public notice by written or
printed handbills posted In at leseestx of
the most public plates in their respective
wards in cities, boroughs, ~le fn
boroughs, iki - Emnshrpli;TZsd prt?vided
ftirtArr, That y4ere any Aml42 - 6 city,
boiough,pr ward in !k, boroniptt or tow -
AAP / 1 40Pli ,b 4 01 34 lilmeorAs. qitied
11 4 0 ,! 4 P3Arrrt
Meld', the tudgeiavA unman. or Au
such eleetion district.' or precincts, In
each ward in a city, borough, ward in a
borough, or township, respectively, shall
meet at the place of holding the election
in the precinct polling the largest num•
ber of votes at the last preceding election
in their respective wards, boroughs, or
townships, and shall give due public ,
notice as hereinbeforo provided, of the
time, and place of meeting, and in all
cases where any ward in a city, borough,
ward In a borough, or township, is so
divided into two or more election dis
tricts, it shall be the duty of the assessor
to assess each voter in te election dis
trict to which he belougs'and to furnish
separate duplicate lists to the election
officers in each district; it shall be the
further duty of the said inspectors, judges,
and assessors in each ward, borough,
and township to meet again at the place
fixed on by the third section of this act,
on the Thursday next preceding any
general election, between the hours of
nine and ten A. or., arid remain in ses
sion until six p, or. for the purfoic of
hearing and determining any claims that
may be presented to them by any person
or persons claiming to be entitled to
vote, and whose name or names have
been entered on the registry of the elec
tion district in which lie or they claim to
be entitled to vote; each person so claim
ing to be entitled to vote therein shall
produce at /east one qualified voter of
the district as a witness to the residence
of the claimant in the district in which
he claims to be a voter for the period of
at least ten days preceding the general
election next ensuing, which witness
shall take and subscribe an affidavit
to the fact stated by him, which affi
davit shall define clearly where the resi
dence Is of the person so claiming to be
a voter, and the person so claiming the
right to be registered shall also take and
subscribe an affidavit stating where and
when he was born, that he is a citizen of
the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and
of the United States, and if a naturalized
citizen, shall also state when, where, and
by what court he was naturalized, and
lie shall also present his certificate of
naturalization for examination unless lie
has been a voter in said district for five
years then next preceding; that he re
sided in this commonwealth oue year, or
if formerly a citizen therein, and has
removed therefrom, that he has resided
therein six months preceding the gener
al election then following; that he has
not moved Into the district for the pur
pose of voting therein, that he has not
been registered ass, voter elsetetere, that
he has paid a State or county tax within
two years which was assessed at least ten
days before the election for which lie
proposes to be registered, and-that. he
was prevented from registering his
name at the first meeting for that pur
pose as directed by this act. The said
affidavit, shall also state when, and
where, the tax claimed to be paid by the
affidavit, was assessed, and when, where,
and to whom paid, and the tax receipt
therefor shall be produced for examina
tion unless the affiant shall make oath
that it has been lost, or destroyed, or
that he never received any receipt. Pro
circled, That if the person so claiming the
right to vote shall take and subscribe an
afBdavit that he is a citizen of the United
States; that he is at the tim of taking
the affidavit, or will be, on orlefore the
day of the next election ensuing, be
tween the ages of twenty-one and twen
ty-two years ; that he has resided in the
State one year, and in the election dis
trict ten days next preceding such elec
tion, he shall be entitled to be registered
as a voter, although he shall not have
paid taxes; the said affidavits of all per
sons making such claims, and the affi
davit of the witnesses to their residence,
shall be preserved by the said board un
til the day of the election, and shall at
the close thereof be placed in the
ballot box along with the other papers
now required by law to be preserved
therein; if said board shall find that
the applicant or applicants possess all
the legal qualifications of voters, the
name or names shall be added to the list'
alphabetically with like effect to if done ,
ten days before the election, and they
shall forthwith he placed, with the other
names, at the foot of the list, on the
door or house of the place of election,
and as each person whose name is en
rolled votes at said election, one of the
clerks thereof shall mark on, or opposite
to, the name "voted," and it shall not be
lawful for the officers of election to re
ceive the vote of any person whose name
was not contained in said registry, made
out, and put up at least eight days before
the election as aforsald, or in the regis
try made on Thursday next preceding
the election; and the reception of the
vote of any person not so registered shall
constitute a misdemeanor in the elec
tion officers so receiving It, and on con
viction thereof the election officers so
offending shall be subject to fine, or Im
prisonment, or both, at the discretion of
SFXTION" 4. It shall be lawful for any
qualified citizen of the district, notwith
standing the name of the proposed voteris
contained in the registry, and the righ t
to vote has been passed ea by the elec
tion board, to challenge the voteof such
person, whereupon the same proof of the
right of suffrage as is now required by
law, shall be publicly made and again
acted upon by the election board, and the
vote admitted or rejected according to the
evidence. Every person claiming to be
a naturalized citizen shall be required to
produce his naturalization certificate at
the election before voting as required by
existing laws, except where his case
comes within the fifth provision of the
sixty-fourth section of the act of one thou
sand eight hundred and thirty-nine, to
which this is a supplement, although the
same may have been exhibited to the
election board before registry, and on
the vote of such person being received,
it shall be th~ duty of the election offi
cers to cause to be distinctly written
thereon the word "voted," with the
month and year; and If any election
officers at the same, or any other district
shall receive a second vote, on the same
day, by virtue of inter certificate, and
the person who shall offer such second
vote, the persons to ofihadieg shall be
guilty of a high misdemeanor, and on
conviction thereof, fie lined, tad impris
oned, at the discretion of the emit, Pro
vided, Said fine shall not exceed me
hundred dollars, and the imprisonment
shall not eXteetraffeyettn and like pun
ishment shall be initiated on the officers
of the election who shall neglect, or re
fuse, to make, or cause toles made, the
endorsement required ..as aforesaid
said natamilmdion-einikflosto -
Sworffill b, , -toirk.ho, thidiNif-ths OE4
the testetry llst on which the meitOthh
50TH YEMI.--NO, 28,
darn of tiai3 voting had been kept as before
directed, ;shall be sealed up with and
preserved in the same manner as now
regal-red by law as to the tally papers,
and not taken out until after the next
meeting of the Legislature, unless re
quired on the hearing of a contested elec
tion, or fur the purpose of being used at
the election of PriAdential eli.etors, or
preparatory thereto, us hereinafter pro
vided, after which It shell again be seal
ed up and carefully preserved us before
SECTION 6. Ten days preceding every
election for electors of President, and
Vice President of the United States, It
shall be the duly of the election board,
and the proper assessor, to meet at the
plaee of holding the general election in
the district, for the same length of time
and in the manner directed in the third
of this act, and, then and there, hear all
applications of persons whose names
have been omitted from the registry, and
who claim the right to vote, or whose
rights have originated since the same
was made out, and to add thereto the
names of such persons as shall show that
they arc entitled to the right of suffrage
in such district, ou the persot.al applica
tion of the claimant only, and if the per
son shall; not have been previously as
sessed, it shall be the duty of the as
sessor forthwith to assess him with the
proper tax. After completing the list, a
copy thereof shall be placed on the door
of the house where the election Is to be
held, at least eight days prior to holding
the same, when the same course shall be
pursued in every particular in regard to
receiving or rejecting the votes, marking
the same on the registry list, endorsing
the naturalization papers with the proper
month and year, preserving the paper,
and sit other things as are required by this
act at the general elections hi October.
SECTION' 7. At every special election
directed by law, and at every city, ward.
borough, or township election, .the regis
try, required to be kept as aforesaid,
may be used by the proper officers as CVl
&lice of the persons entitled to vote
thereat, and said officers shall require
all persons whose names are not on the
registry, ishether challenged _or not, to
show that they possess the right of suf
frage at said election, but nothing herein
ecntalned shall make the want of said
registry conclusive against the right of
the person to Vote at such election, but
the same shall be judged of and decided
as in other cases.
SECTION g. Before entering on the du
ties of their offlees under this act, the
respeethe assessors and inspectors
and judges of the elections, shall
hike — an oath before some' compe
Vent" atittel - it3', in addition to - the oaths
now ' required by law, "to perform
the several duties enjoined by this act,
with fldelity, and accoiding to the re
quirement? thereof in every particular,
to the best of their ability." They shall
each have the pots cr to administer oaths
to every person claiming the right to be
assessed, or enrolled, or the right of suf
frage, or in regard to any other matter
or thing required to be done, or inquired
Into by said officers under this act; and
any wilful false swearing by any person,
in relation to any matter, or thing, con
cerning which they shall be lawfully in
terrogated by any of said officers under
this act, shalt be punished as purjury
Said assessors, inspectors, and judges,
shall each receive the same compensa
tion for the time necessarily spent in
performing the duties hereby enjoined,
as is provided by law for the perfor
mance of their other duties, to be paid
by the county commissioners as in oth
er cases, with a proper allowance, to be
judged of by the said commissioners, for
the expense of making the list, or regis
tries hereby required to be made out;
and it shall not be lawful for any asses
sor to assess a tax against any person
whatever, within ten days next prece
ding the election to be held on the sec
ond Tuesday in October in any year, or
within ten days next beTfore any electian
for electors of President or Fire Presi
dent of the United States 4 and any vie
latTM-t'hf this provision shall be a misde
meanor, and subject the officer so offen
ding to a tine, on conviction, of not less
than ten, nor exceeding one hundred
cipilars, or to imprisonment not exceed
ing three months, or both, at the discre
tion of the court.
SECTIOS 9. On the petition of five or
more citizens of the county, stating un
der oath that they verily believe that
frauds will be practiced at-the eloetlon
about to be held in any district, it shall
be the duty of the court of common
pleas of said county, if in session, or if
not, a judge thereof in vacation, to ap
point two persons, judicious, sober, and
Intelligent citzens of the county, to act
as overseers at said election. Said per
sons shall be selected from different po
litical parties where the inspectors be
long to different parties, and where both
of said inspectors belong to the same po
litical party, both of the overseers shall,
be taken from the opposite political par
ty. Said overseers shall have the right
to be present with the officers of the
election 'during thg,whole time the same
le held, the voles counted, and returns
made out, and signed by
officers, to ,Keep a list of the voters If
they see proper, toohalienge any person
offering to vote, and interrogate him
and his witnesses ander oath in regad to
the right of suffrage at said election, to
examine' hie papers produced; and the
officers of said election are required to
afford to said overseers, so selected and
appointed, every convenience and facili
ty for the discharge of their duty, and if
said officers shalt refuse to permit said
overseers to be present, and perform
their duty as aforesaid, or they shall be
driven away from the polls by violence
or intimidation, ail the votes polled at
such electimedistzlet shall be rejected by
any tribunal trying a contest under said
SEcriost 10. If any prothonotary,
clerk, or the deputy of either, or any
other person, shalt affix the seal of office
to 'any naturalization paper,' and give
out the same In blank, whereby it may
be fraudulently of tarnish a men
rallzation certlftoilte m fo any person who
shelf hot have been tray elitmtuect and
sworn in'open cohrt presence of some
of the 'Judge's thereof, according to the
act of CongSas, be shall be guilty of a
high misdemeanor; Or If any person
shall fradulently use any such certificate
of naturalitatlon, knowing that ft was
fraudulently leaned, and shall vote, or
attempt to vote thereon, be shall be
guilty, of a' high misdemeanor, and
either, or any h( - the persons, their
alders, or irettors„gtilltitif either of the
ihalib be lined' 410 soar not 'elide - ding
one *mead nollaro, and In2prkoniinSin
6 16 , 1,0M 4 104iiiiifrufg Ihr a paw "aog
tixerfors ii. Any =tensor, election of
ficer et person appointed kr an overseer,
who shall neglect or Janie to perform
any duty enjoined by this act without
reasonable legal =tine, o=l4 be subject
to a penalty of one hundred doltirs, and
if any assessor, or election ollliner a 00 1
enrol any person as a voter who be shall
know is not qualified, or refuse AS enrol
any one who he shall know Is qualified,
he shall be guilty of a misdemeanor In
office, and, on conviction, be punished
by fine and ImprisollMent, end also ba
subject to an action for damages by the
party aggrieved ; and if any person shall
fraudulently alter, add to, deface, or de
stroy any registry of voters made out as
directed by this act, or tear down, or re
move the same from the piece where it
has been fixed by or under the direc
tion of the election officers, with like
fraudulent or mischievous Intent, or
for any improper purpose, the person so
°trending shall be guilty of a high mis
demeanor, and, on conviction, shall be
punished by a fine not exceeding Ave
hundred dollars, anti imprisonment not
exceeding two years.
SECTION 18. lf any tax eolleVior I.
found guilty of issuing a receipt, fur
taxes to any person whatever, said taxes
not having been paid, he shall be deemed
guilty of a misdemeanor In °Mee, and
on conviction, shall be flood In a stun
not less than one hundred dollars, and
sutler an Imprisonment In the oouuty
jail for a term not less than three month.
for every offence.
Stx-rw:c 13. 'Flint for nit electlous
hereafter holden under this act, the
polle shall be opened between the hours
of six aud seven o'clock A. X. ottn.l be
clued at .ix o'clock M.
SEcrioN 11. That the county commie
81011e114 SIMII at the proper capon's° of the
county, procure and furnish all blanks
made necessary by this see.
titc.noN 13. All laws luetouslatent
with any of the provisions of this net lot
and the moue are hereby repealed.
A THOLMAND DOLLAII ULU
Away back Iq the State of New York
lived a Dutch. farmer, well-to•do
world, who always kept about him a
thousand dollar bill. With We In hie
pocket, and a_shabby coat on his back,
he prided himeeltou playing trieks upon
strangers particularly such - pouutdry
merchants as had recently con,imeneed
hu.duess in the neighborhood, and were
not acquainted with his pecuniary Mr•
As au Instance of Ulla kind, he went
lately to a new merchant, with hie
clothes all in rugs, his toes sticking out
through Ills shoes, his hat without a
crown, and his beard a fortnigbtold, and
ordered a few dollars' worth of goods
The merchant stared at him; but ae
there was uo great hazard to laying out
articles for him, none of which were to
he cut, he executed the command. When
the goods were ready, the merchant
stared still more to,hear his scurvy-look
lug customer ask him to charge them.
"Charge them!" exclaimed, the man
of tnerellaudize, "Tie! ha! hal w i e're let
lu the habltofcliarging our goods to pyt
rybody. We keep a sharp look out (or
"Won't you charge !em, den 2"
"cot to you, I thank you. You mull
have a better coat upon your book to ex
pect to get credit. from us."
"Den, if you won't charge coon.
tinned the Dutchman, with great mod•
eration, "I must dry an pay for 'ern down,
Hsu be, supposlo' I can muster money
Then taking a thousand dollar bill
from his pocket, he extended it to the
merchant, with a sly leer on his twee,
and said :
"Will you change dat
"That—what a thousand dollar bill?
Is it possible that—that a mho of your
"What, rnisther, be's you soar%
Did you never two a thousand dollar bill
"A man of your appearance 1 ,, sonde
ued the merchant In astonishment, "with
a thousand dollar bill! I could hove
"None of your swearing here, If you
please, mlsther, but give /ne the change,
dat I may be off to mine farm again."
"Otrto your farm I a thousand dollar
bill! Who are ye u, if !may be sobrddr
"Who be's I? Why don't you know
your own neighbors, man? Hy 'sante Is
Fritz Van Volger, a poor farmer, sit no
more as one tousand acres of land, and
dis small bill in mine pocket, Qat weir
so, so, if you will change It and let me be
gone, thank you."
"Change It! Lord, sir, where shalt I
get money of a morning to eaanci a
"Den I can't buy deg(' tinge, sayßu
can't change. mine teette WII, tuut you
' "Trust yoit',' Ur. Van Volgert that I
will, to the amount of one thousand dol
lars, If you wish.' You don't supposa — t
was afraid to trust you, did your' said
the merchant, growing very etnnplal
"Haw! haw!" roared the Dtttehitin,
as loud as he could laugh ; 'yews Weal*
haul in your horns a Jodie, doer yew?
Strange what wonders a swwitrtwiumwd
dollar bill will work in a auutia•soki
opinion. So, you'll drast me now, will
"Certainty; certainly, sir."
"No, I'ltjbe tipy'crif you shall—lfni
be, suppoaln' I can And Diller enougb la
mine pocket to bay ilia:"
As he said - this he hauled oat 'mold
stocking full of dollars, paid fbr this
goods, and giving another "bawiltawi
haw!" at the astonishment and mat
change of opinion of the merchant,
GOOD Anorms.—The New York Me
iron*Man Record, in the mums of *Ouse
timely remarks on "the Proskilaim"
Paramount to the aspl ratioasotany
In the Demoaraticrparty, be his position
what It may, Ia the surest. of *tepid"
itself! To that every ea mishersdister most
inexorably give way. No ladleldual or
personal interest most be pesisittied, ibr
one moment, to Imperil that. The beat
Democrat and the treeet pearl* in UMW
like these, hs prepared tomato the notdeet
sod largeet eseridees tot the essonswe
The !lase for distribeting rewards•to
those who are deserving of theta is lot
before the battle, but after the virdriey
has been won, and to the achievement of
that victory every end must be directed,
every personal preference be waived, ev
ery interest give way.
Never had the Dementlke party
higher mission to perform thealt
upon which it la now eatable. Tenio
compile& that mission it seeolisili,
consolidation, - unbroken untireieldhein.
divided creanaele. If Olmow ketteelieve •
party and AidoilliimaCtiml Republic
will have none. Thirtiforet, We - nay, if
we have anp . eineet 01. Antonym among
us, let angeltioa