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trip .; OCT. 28, 190111
EMOGRATIO NATIONAL TICKET.
LI • 1 Pi!? PRin7nr.v.r,
re . 6 1011 I I ll'ati() Soyinttitl
to ' 7 OF NEW 1 (Mk..
A • t
T 1 '1
FOR 170 E-PR AN/PENT,
'6 l ell. F. P. Blair, jr.,
A 1 mts.soritt.
a I •
et It i Et; EC re:o RN. .
Tts t I
. Williaml''. WOrath,
,', I George W. titan,
,' •,7 ( c. Ernest Katnerly, M. I).,
xt li Charles M. Leisenrlng,
--,/,., t Himon W. Arnold,
• tittorge R. Barren,
') - Harry R. Coggshall,
14 '\ 1 Reuben Stabler,
'l‘' ; , R. Emmett Monaghan, "
. r , 1, David L. Wenrich,
William Bernard J
R. M'Grann ,
," A. O. I3rodhead, Jr.,
• ( , John Blanding,
.:1". , Jests C. Amerman,
.;, W. - Potter Wfthington
r' ' I William R. Gorgas, .
v" William P. Schell, . ,
.t‘ Cyrus L. Pershing,
. 1 .(4. Amos C. Noyes,
,4 William A. Galbraith,
, John R. Packard, ,
•••. 1 James C. Clarke,
;... James li. Hopkins,
i ~/,( 1 Edward S. Golden,
I Sarnufl B. Wilson.
r ` IRESIDENTIAL ELECTION, ' TUES-
T ( i 1).1', Nov. ay.
• iriMOUR ANDBLAMIKETING AT
I ,r I
The friends of Seymour and Blair
•r;" 111 hold a meeting at EAST BER-
S ( IN, Adams county, on SATURDAY
tr i'VENINO, Oct. 31st. All opposed to
.1 ( adical plundering, and In favor of
pT tt ,2onomy and reform ; all opposed to
(cgro bureaus and negro voting, and In
• i ,vor of a white 1111111'A government,
t( too urged to attend. The important
•r r i (sue9 of the campaign will be fully
std fairly presented.
Ile"llSpeakers from York and Adams wilt
I•L ir 12 present and address the meeting.
ii: lOct. 23, ISGS
)) k 'ADORERS Or THE DEMOCRATIC
I e: STATE DOMMITTER.
DEMOCRATIC STATE Coax. Rooms,
901 and 003 ArchSOrcl,
F 'o Donocra,y of Pcnngyleuniu:
. I .rt You have fought a good tight.
f You have polled a larger vote than
Ver before have reduced the "Radical
anjority of 186t3 by nearly oue-half,
b rid have proven the Immortality of
tour prineiple , i and the vitality of your
" 3 rganizatlon.
t Radicalism has carried the State by
al 81 beans of the grossest outrages; by
menly and corruptly buying thousands
3 tf voters ; by dri wing from the polls for
cgu-born citizens regularly natura
oi T tzed many years since ; by rejecting
" 1 t o votes of thousands who were legal
`ray made citizens in the Court of Nisi
31 ; by violating and trampling
tittio - u the seal of that Court—a recog•
wrzed symbol of the law ; by deterring
h •gal voters from approaching the polls
Intl rough threatened penalties forimagl
tary offences ; and by the despotic and
licinserupulous use of power by election
"fus:Rlcers in Radical Districts.
Under the specious charge of fraud
I ipon your part, Radicalism has perpe
iT ated the vilest frauds. Thousands of
r oters have been colonized, paupers
i)ntisessed and voted, repeaters hired and
so:toted five times in Radical precincts,
uhrturns of election altered and tnanipti
ponted to suit their own purposes, and
rrtraudulent naturalization papers issued
(tor the ream.
f alibi the contest just used you have
0 11Larned their capacity for violence and
thivrong, yottlosuAtlgt,ed the strength of
organization Bud discovered the
y , eak points lti your own.
el With the experieuce thuggained lu
if oiltie school Of adversity, we will go tor-
V PlEvard to victory.
• l The enemy are yet to be taught that
t~utrage and fraud, violence and wrong
°F . 4 .annot be perpetrated with ia , puvi~y;
OE . ..limy have yet to learn that you arc
either dianaaye - il nor demoralized, nod
t wat in the pursuit of the right you
ll e .now no such word as fail.
0 .1 Arouse (Ile people once more for the
0 4onflict. Bring to the polli evev
tcmocratie vote. For right and jus
ojee give hack right and justice:. For
I ;butrage and wrong return the full
clueasure of swift retribution.
u o - The, work to be done is no holiday
port. It is the last battle fort the sal
!Y' atiou of the Republic, the preserva
liicon of the Constitution and the supre
-2) 0 oncy of your lace.
Work anti tight as men engaged in
i I r ack a cauqe „should work and fight.
ti By order of the Democratic State
WILT.Lim A. WALLACE,
Prise ISmaner Mar lb. Stale to Owl
y 4. I am directed by the Democratic
';tate Couffittlits - tirrennsylvania, to
• A poffer to the eounty giving, In Nevem
t Mr, the largest per tentage of Increase
I. , er Its Denmeratic vote in Oesober, a
floor, with apprepriale devices,
Wif.bteat A. W.4.1.1.AC8,
- • --
T.4f: Uemocratke t hintiotkal . Commit,
At:, lion, August #elmont,(kairomn,
stirring a.htress to the
vieople of the United ..§tates. /t
pearp in4nreamenk—Otte - Co •
Atom with the tecineetiona T. -
"OareaF unisreicenc Our - moor ,
- is . -Once supra 4o the
reach, an this time Victory 1"
VOTE FOB BEYNOVE AND BLAIR
The duty of Demociliata4s Vain.
Though the rece4 `••en,
againal, us, the Radical majority can
, Shall we not work for so glorious an
end? Why falter In 'our duty now.
kVhs layfilusui oyr uips t wheu the
batik 14 'only halt fought?
_has . afflicted this
country long • edough. FOur more
dears of it will'ttrfit all. Will the
Dennairtmy, the people, -quietly fold
their hands, and witiiout opposition
allow the Radical fanatics and thieves
longer sway" It cannot be. The
country needs economy, reform ; It
needs respect for the Constitution ; It
needs the restoration of the Union, as
our fath , •rs made it. All these needs
can only be satisfied through Die Ellie
cow of Seymour and Blair. Radical
rule has been a cheat and a fraud. It
earl w>t, be anything else, if continued.
To work, then, Democrats and Con•
servati veg. for your own interests and
the counr.ry's welfare. Relax no ef
fort, but keep steadily forward.
When the day of election, TL 11',DAS
NOVH/411}31, 3D, comes, ID lug out every
vote. If any were left behind in.Oc-.
tober, see that they certainly vote in
November. Labor and exertion can
and will overcome al; opposition.
There is material for a handsome
increase i 4 this county. Several of
the heavy districts can do much bet
ter than they did. Let it be done!
Remember, "a full Democratic vole
is a Denuocratle victory !"
The Radicals are diargiug frauds
opon the Democracy, bat are unable
to produce proofs of their assertions.
On theother hand, the fraudulent op
erations of the Radicals are traced to
the individuals who committed them.
The evidence is so positive that, there
le no denying it.
Snores of Radical election (Akers
have been prosecuted iu Phibulelphla
for violatimisof law um various waya—
one eharged with altering a return so
as to give the Radical ticket tidy
votes more than it really had.
The cokosisatlon of Radicals from
New York became so extensive that
the leaders theenseiven-beenme alarm
ed, leering a slelsietisit or the, Out.
The Tribune; in order to divert atten
tion, published a description ofthose
leaving, and charged that they were
Democrats. As no Democrats were
sent on, this account attracted &Lien-
UM( and led to an Investigation,
which revealed the fact that they
Were In the employ of the Radicals,
and managed by an unprincipled In
dividual named Walker, of the Nine
teenth Ward, who returned to New
York on Wednesday, and boasted that
he had voted all his men in Philadel
phia for the Radical ticket.
This is the honesty of the "God and
HOW 01110 WAX CAIIIIIEOI
A correspondent of a N. Y. paper,
writing from Cleveland, tells how the
Radicals carried Ohio He says:
"From Information upon which Im
plicit reliance can be placed, It is abso
lutely true that nut less than fifteen
thousand illegal Radical votes were
cast on Tuesday, besides an Illegal ne
gro vote of 1i,060 In Northern Ohio.
Carpetbaggers from Michigan, proba
bly the agents of blood-letting' Chand
ler, swarmed North-western Ohio,
white Ashtabula, Lake, Trumbull, and
Miitioning counties were filled with
the hirelings of the Radical State Cen
tral Committee from New York. Be
aides this, every negro from Pittsburg,
Iron Indiana, Detroit, and thousands
Irvin Kentucky, were rushed into those
counties where the Radicals base
large majorities, and of course, man
age things to suit themselves regard
less of law—that "Par:tithe" on clod's
footstool „the beautiful town ofOberlin,
east three hundred and becnly negro
votes on Turadv, and we find the Rad
ical presses gloating over such a high
CAN NOV TELL CA WRY?
meonstruetion le a SUCCCSki, Why
Isn't the army withdrawu?.
If the Radicals want peace, witat are
they arming the negroes for?
If the 'indicate limn equal rights,
why one ourreney for capital and
another, lar labor? .
if the neg rocs eau vok of themselves,
why pay the Bureau LO teach theiul
If the Radicals mesa equal rights,
what do they put the negro above the
white man fur?
If the Radicals wean impartial suf
frage, what does their platfortusay one
suffrage North and another South for?
If the Radicals want peace, what
are they running their candidate on
his military merits tor?
Is it impartial suffrage to en franchise
the black and disfranchise the while
There le nothing inorecertalu, says
the Harrisburg ratriol, than that the
Deutocrae,y can carry Pennsylvania at
the Presidential election, If they will.
The small majority obtained by the
Radicals en the lath can be overcome
The Radicals cannot colonize upon
us to the extent they did.
They cannot bring their thousands
from New York and scatter them over
They rennet bring them from any
other State, as the fifteen or twenty
thousand colonized voters' Unit went
for them on the lath, will9ll he need
ed at home o❑ the 3d of November;
for rememliir, Thel'iestantial elec
tion takes place on the'rame day over
the whole t'nlou.
Then there are many who voted the
Radical State ticket, that win vote
against Grant and Negro Suffrage, or
stay at home and not: vote at all.
Then, again; large as Mir vote will
prove to be on the State ticket, we ran
poll at tout ten thOttsdntl more at the
We feel morally certain thM this
'State and Ohio and Indiana tvrt 'and
lett! be eArriA for BHyrriont tutd Shit
Thetis nothing to discourage
There is' dutch to cheer
Let us all go to work, then, in earn
est, work faithfully - ar.d zealously to
the dose, and the sun that rises on the
toorniag of the 4th of Afavernber . will
lie the sun of Austerlitz to the Demo
Work ! AVork ! Let work be the
FILMS ft INDIANA
•Iu ludistook the .Radical 'Worn
Judgee,l,ltrew out the votes of whole
districta where the lt)ekhoefliti had
largo majorities. ISA. f ee doing they
c°atttAli out }.1.44, a peteoefatio eandi;
for Congress, and secured the
ow of a enestitiesjewityfor their can
didate for Oureesee.,
43 B&W dui& vonvicbasi, of, isrsgsking
tris word 'CAL ?talkiest IJahusass.
Can such a num be trusted 7
_TLE - I Ery,T,Y)SBITRG COMPIL . ._ FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 23, 1808.
Dalwocride mourn I* It Aida
hri2„eittlit: " 4 ".
LULA D KAU .1, Oct. LS• t even
ing an immcmc meeting of the De
mocracy Was held at the hall of the
Demi:Ku atie Assot fat ion, at Ninth and
Arch street-, fa the purpoie of re•
viewing the eon zso of the Radical par
ty at the election in this city on Tues•
iday,last.„7lic larg . ehall in the see
end story was crowded by earnest and
enthusiastic thintoersts andCouserva•
tivea, and 10 order that ull should hear
and learn the facts an outside meeting
was held in front of the building, on
Colonel Jinni% Page, President of I
the association, was chairman of the
in-doer meeting. After a few well
pointed remarks. he introduced Hon.
Charles .1 IngersoH, who reviewed
the Oejoher canvass and showed that
the Democratic party had cause to re
joice, inasmuch as they honestly elec
ted their ticket in Philadelphia, not
withstanding the great outrages upon
naturalized citizens and the gigantic
frauds of the Radicals. He said it
was the duty of the great Democratic
party to continuo the canvass from
now until the third of November with
the same vigor and spirit that charac
terized the contest Just closed, to pre
sent a united trout and secure the
election of Seymour and Blair.
Stephen J. Mcany, Esq., of New
York, followed Mr. Ingersoll. He
read 6 stirring letter from Hon. S. S.
Cox, wherein inst gentleman urged
the Democratic party, and particular
ly naturalized citizens, to beware of
outrages which the Radicil leaders
are forcing upon them. Mr. Cox ex.
premed his—sympathies for adopted
citizens who n6e deprived of their
rights by the-Hswileele on last Tues.
day, and .111 a -regret at not being able
to Le present and address the meeting.
The outside meeting was ably ad.,
dressed by Mr. R. S. Tharin and oth
ers, and at a late hour the assemblage
adjourned with loud cheers for Sey
mour, Blair and victory. F.
THE DUTY OP EVERT DEMOCRAT
The election which has just passed'
does not decide the Presidential ques
tion. The battle as to that is to be
fought over again on the third of No.
vember. The majority In tide State
for the Republicans is not a large
oue The vote pilled in this State is
considerably over six hundred thou
sand, while the Republican majority
Is less than ten thousand. Then at
the next election it only requires us to
change one 114iiblican
_vote in ceery
hundred, to make a difference of
twelve thousand in the result, and
give Seymour the State by three thou
sand majority In the State of Indi
ana the majority for the Republicans
is only about one thousand ; a change
there of one vote in two hundred will
give that State to Seymour. It Is a
very remarkable fact that the election
of a President of the United States de
pends upon less than six, thousand
voters, in Pennsylvania; and Indiana.
In this State, we have only to pick up
courage, and we can carry the State,
and save the wintry (tom negro sn•
premacy And military despotism in
the South, and :rom bankruptcy in
the North. Gen. Grant's own paper,
the New Yo4k .11.wiskl, says the pubs
lie debt has been increased in the last,
year $42,000,000, a debt of Itself greater
than the whole State debt of Peunsyl•
vania ever amounted to; and thia itts
time of peace, with eaormoss taxation
on Incomes, and on articles •of •fixxi.
We can easily carry Pennsyixanla at
the Presidential election; for now the
Democratic party in the city of 'Mita
delPhla have bum so elated by their
late victory that they 'can treble their
majority, and then when Perry,
Nolthumberland, l4coming and oth
er counties i‘e can name , double their
majorities, an they can easily do, the
State can be cah•Teir fOr the Deb:meta
cy Leyiluil a doubt. It only requires
every man to stand up bravely for his
country and do his duty.—ratriol.
1116 Ne w Castle (Lawrenee'cotitity).
Di.mocrat of the 13tii, says:
We could wish that the result of
Penneylvania's election had been dtf
fereut front what It now seems to be.
It eau be nude 4itfereut in -Novem
Tun much c n ild euee was inspired in
Too many oclilent believed that the
State would he carried any ti9w.
Too many threshed buckwheat on
Too 'manyof them Ausked corn on
_ Too many of, them made cider on
Too many of them worked for them
selves more than their party on that
Let our dere.it in October stir us up
to giin a victory iu November.
Pennsalvauia has always been Dem
Her Democracy lira been defeated
It seeing to 11.1,? been defeated on
Let Pennsylvania he redeemed In
'You can do this if you will.
Let us work hunt now until the 'stii
Work! Wong.! ! WORK! !
Let nothing oe undone:
Let us reduce tlw already its,ltiFytl
Let us d 9 all in our tower! ,
We have grstrything„ 49e,peourage
and nothing to discourage
Duty; COM mun ds us to work
Let r ivork !
Steuwerata, you who were not as
sessed prior to the lest eleettem, we to
it that, you are aseesed ill time tor AIM
next. election. C/o to t 44 new Assessor.
1413 4* the proper person to assess. you.
Let every Demooteat lt. Ohlo, Penn•
eyivaatteand•dadiana go to wink with
a , -will to retake each at least one con
vert., In each an event Seymour and
Blair will be elected, and the country
restated to conntitutioual rule.
i/ILWaiDJIATELY after We results of
4110W/de elections w Wel tool: place on
thelatil were announced, the oeurttry
was startled l•y a propobition, set forth
and advocated. 123 Worm,
favoring 4 whlttlii9 4f 3.4 Del4 4 4ratiX
0 1 84 4 44 tor. Fresh/ Alai,. The
suggestion, „itostoydr i lr4 43 l4trttl .4 1 44
favor, awi, tho-W 11 1 1 n aillUti ttpy been
driVia 44 . •
BEAR TN UnTß,.thatlhe Presidestisl
elestAss• wtti Silti!lases on Tuesday,
ate SU of NoseistOier--oue=ereeir elPom
4.ivA4ecuilous i.4III44aCUABAVuss go
ing ou 411'iorilt Com;IA% email poxky
expressing coutidence in Rs success.
OFFICIAL VOTE FOE SEE ATOM.'
,Duncan ( Dizon
46, lain_ . .4 . 8175 fig`
Mnjority fur Duncan a. 9
orriciAL ictioarrios *oft CON
The majoritiep: In the several coun
ties composing (he Itith Congressional
District as shown b 7 the official vote
are as follows:
Cessna (R.) Kimmel' (D.)
Majority for Canna 344
LOOK AT Ta .FICIDEMI3.+-.141 18641,
the 16th Congressional Dist:riot, com
posed 'of Adams, Bedford, Franklin,
Fulton and Somerset, gave Wm. 11.
Koontz for Congress a majority of 645.
This year it gives John Cessna 144.
In 1866 It gave John W. Geary for
Governer it majority of 736.
This year It gives the Radical State
ticket a majority of 842.
Keep the Democratic ball rolling.
• Ttis Democrats gain throe Con
gresimien. In this State—Moffet in the
Third District, Philadelphia, in place
of layers; Reading in the Fifth Dis
trict, Philadelphia, in place of
Taylor, and Foster in the ilst Dis
trict, i 0 place of cuvode.
We also gain two Senators—Duncan
in this District, in place of MeCon
aughy, and Turner in Lucerne coun
ty, in place of Shoemaker.
The next Deg,ishaure will stand as
follows; Senate, Radicals 18, Demo
crats 15. Rouse, Radicals GI, DeMo
CPZBNit "thrashed"Kimmell in the
joint discussions they had at lichens
burg,..Bloody ltuu, mud Waynesboro'.
The only joint discussion between
Cessna and Li:Unwell hi, this, county
was held at Waynesboro'. How ter
ribly "Gessua thrashed Kitumell"
there can be seen from the resell , of
the election iu 'Washington township.
The majority for the Radical. State
ticket there is 78. CQ8440:11 majority
over Kintmell is 7. Where would
Cessna be if joint discussions had been
held over the whole district ? Valley
IF the result in November depends
opo'n Pennsylvania, that State has
not decided ft In favor of Radicalism.
If precedents are good for anything,
the State is as liable to change now in
three weeks as It did when, after elect
ing Democratic officers In October,
Pennsylvania In November, 1840,
gave her electoral vote to Harrison by
the small majority of 349. All that .
now makes the small majority of Tues
day In that State, comes from fraud
and colonization. In these directions
the Radicals expended their full force
last Tuesday. The, colonists will be
called home to vote In theirtiwn States,
especially the "Boys lu Blue" from
this city who voted In Philadelphia.
The money has been spent, and noth
ing like the erred will he mode by the
Republicans In November which they
put.fortlkin October. Oonsidering
fact that the743Lato now has been oar•
ried only_hy frauds which nannot ,he
repeated, and relying upon the prece
dent-that ate State has been politically
changed from October toNovember,a‘e
it was in 3840, there is reasonable
poured, 04 hope and, ceaeldering the
small framlulent majority to overcome,
- te expect that ties Denlograte oar.
ry Perl B 4Y/Vallka nest. .mouth. Ral
ly roar another charge Y. pupa.
A COLORED OONEENTIOR
A convention of the negroes of the
nation is to be held at Washington on
the 19th of ;armory next. Their eb•
feet is, halt to mune the right. of essa ,
frage, and then, when that shall have
been effected; the•call asserts that
other rights, of which the tailored pean
pl 4 ire now deprived, will necessarily
The darker! are looking ahead.
Give them the right to vote, as the
Radicals have done In the South, and
propene-to do In the North, acid it wilt
neer-sitar/4y follow that, eventreally,
every other right possessed by the
whits man, civil, potitioal and social,
will be theirs.
Every man who votes on the third of
November for tirant and Colfax, votes
for negro equality, social, eivil and no
SPEE€U DT MANOR DEOFFMAN
WATRtN9, N. Y., Oct. °.A—Mayor
Manama addremed a large assemblage
here to-day. in the tonne. of his
speech he said the newspaper propml
don to change the ticket was made
olthout his larowledge and without
consultation with the Central State
Committee, or any leading Democrat
M New York. The Democracy of the
city of New York would stand &in
for Seymour and Dinir, and give them
thelargiest majority ever given to any
LIST Lbw Democracy. labor to - poll a
larger vote in November than they
.in October. Let no Democrat
whci voted on the 18th inatimit, fail to
vote_on:the &l day of next month.
Let there be a movement.along , the
wboie "the voice of an 'ln
vincible courage" go up from solid
Democratic ranks. Let us present an
unbroken front to the foe and labor
from the irsin - Cto the -- a - etnng of the
anti, and vletney will yet be ours.
aNSunday evening week two girls,
aceornpanfed by two admit, boys, were
assaulted' by negro . es to the suburbs of
West Chester, and torn array from the
boys; forted' Into a 'barn, and one of
them outraged. The girls' 'screams,
and the little boys runnintfor the po
lice; 'probably enved•the other.' Some
of the nearest netglibors startell after
the negroes, but were-too late:- The
negroes are welt known-one fs jaSt
but of jail, and the other Ist, parson's
sari. One Of the parties Was ar
rested, but - snecceded to make his
escape from the constable, after being
fired at.—Fisening Herald.
"TM2/12.2201242421 *AN 2
Cessna ran 19S votes behind the
State ticket in this Dintriet. Wtiat
imniense periulnrit 4 '
Gov. SSYMOUS kas.taiwasthewtruals.
He will maker w - perwerfeti al presides
wherever he ay. speak. WIL Ora t
hew open-hie mouth , -
t i• .1.•• '
D*)l9Clt.Vizi, of Athioati. Op. 4414 W
leaden—tb* Wbe halfil#l witi, 3 4:4 1 .0e
Aotive. IP get el* th•if, ft! l ^
. I .v
/..et this be Atli Auceo t tlye top* to !opt
untiringly until 7 o'clock .14 Novembt;
♦ 611.118.11 VG ADDRIZS.
... - Metoopeneed WO. sitengon of our
Dellsaiimtle friends everywhere the
sarEiseg.l44l!ess, which we subjoin,
from that sterline, untllnching,
ulied Democrat, Daniel Errneutrout,
Fsq., Chairman of the Berko county
Democratic Committee, It genera
every ground—tt points out to al11:4111-
ocrats the couroe they should take.
De:awnArs of con
gratulate' you upon the magnificent
majority you cast on Tuesday last, in
favor of Democratic principles and the
right. Yon have covered yourselves
all over with glory, and forever blastell
the hopes entertained by your oppo
nents, that their principles will ever
gain any firm foothold in your county.
Fourteen thousand Democrats united,
firm, and resolved to battle to the last,
constitute an army wbich must always
be invincible. It is true that the re
turns, as made, of the election in the
State, do not Indicate a Democratic
majority ; but it is also true that, had
not thousands of legal votes hem ex
cluded by the high-handed usurpation
of a desperate and dj log party, under
the promise of protection from the le
gal .consequences of their crime, by
those unhappily, at the present time,
high in authority in our State, the
beggarly majority of a few thousands
claimed by the Radicals, would have
been wiped out, and victory would
have been yours. The Radicals can
not colonize this State to November.
The votes will be needed at home. A.
Democratic vote in November as large
as that which a as polled on Tuesday
last will give you the State. Notwith
standing these direct frauds and this
open and shameless corruption, we
have reclaimed and hold possession of
the cit.tdal of their strength, Phila
delphia; and we have gained several
members of Congress, mid of the State
Senate. Congressional districts which
have heretofore given tremendous
Radical majorities, have but barely
elected their representatives. In the
State of Ohio the most Radical mem
bers of the lastCongresa, with Ashley,
the great impeacher, at their head,
have been defeated ; and the majority
of 00,000 for Mr. Lincoln Las been re- I
(laced to less than 13,000. The State of
Indiana, at date of writing, is still in
doubt. The Democracy claim it by a
majority of 1,300; the Radicals by 000.
We have there, too, gained In We Con
gresalonal delegation. It must be re
membered, that these gains have been
made, and these results accomplished
against tremendous odds, and the
moat bare-faced and reckless injustice,
fraud, and wrong. They are therefore
triumphs of which we may well be
proud. They are substantial results.
They prove that the Grand Democratic
Army of the Union la steadily 'acme-
Mg to numbers and in strength ; that
fraud and wrong cannot keep an abi
ding place in the land ; that the scep
tre of power is fast slipping from the
grasp of the Radicals. A few more
such victories, and they ate annihila
ted. They will try to overawe you
with a great noise and demonatrations
over this hollow victory. Be nut 4e
ceived. It is only a mask, to comical
their own weakness and their own
misgivings. You have seen worse
days than these. Rally ouce more
then, men of Beats, around the Demo
Your brethren everywhere, are girdi
lug an thefr crater. afresh, AM the
light. In your own count* , word had
been broughtto your own committee,
that in many quarters our Democracy
will do better in November. Away
then with all doubt. Do not lout the
ground you haste already, gained.
Arouse for the fight. Sound the Mg.
nal for the advaloce along your lines.
Much to the front in nue solid nilabtux,
111141 yeurettenstes, though now flushed
with many victories, may on the
of November yet find their Waterloo.
DANIEL FittuuteraolTr i
Ileading.oet. 16,180. Chairman,
NOT Boss—The Radical lenders
here are evidently . not certaio of
Grant's wages., We understand that
they are announcing meeting* for dlf.
ferent parts of the•eounty, in order lo
keep their reek and file well In the
party harness until the 3d of Novem
ber. They'fearthetr - dupes do not feel
comfortable In the prospect of four
years' more tit amileal rule, and unless
bolstered up by appeals to party prejm
dice, miry be persuaded by the "second
sober thought," to turn from the er
ror of the ways, end vote for econo
my and a white atar's government.
"Thai's what's the matter."
•Tus Radical puss insists, with great
unction ind zeal, that the , recent
election settled the Presidential flues
tier' ; that nothing .romaine but for
General Grant to walk over the course
'lamest unsupported. There isnothing
like proving faith by one's works. If
they believe that, of course they will
leave the Pnitidentiallueetion to pike
care of itself, confident that the result
will be on their side. If they work
with zeal and energy for Grant—and
we have no doubt they will—they will
&Cord evidence that their confidence
ie mereenipty talk, and that. they real
ly have the greatest fears for , bis sue
A it I'LL poll of the Democratic vote
will unquestionably give us Pennsylva
nia, Indiana, New York and enough
States to ensure success. Let the De
mocracy put forth their full energies
and they' cannot be &eaten. 'the re
cent State elections show that victory
lies within their grasp: • Itaan be won,
if every man in the ranks noes his
FofAmt. , / So.—A workingusiut re ,
Marked, the other day, that "the most
ridiculous dispute he ever Listened to
was as to how the national debt should
be paid? a. debt which iss, iiiereasiog
every day, and at this rate could never
be paid at alll" That is a very nat
ural couolusion —fee unless tlie eittriv
agai:o and oorroptiou of the Radicals
are soon brought to a step, the couutry
will be swamped - beyond time hope of
Tax thousand dollars were syuauder
ed by the Radicals on the impeach
ment trial—a movement intended to
pat despotic power in the hands of
Sueb„raeak as Butler, Ashley, and their
associste4• This is the way boos rire
Nit*Oint and the abolition of the ne
gro bureatt Grant and the Mainten
ance or four inifllq.ai of blacks at the
aipense of the North, Mato your
Etsvmoun audtie reduction of the
stitridini army; Grant
,apil tt large
logiotthe Soli4:4rn nogroos.
5443Pe aidl4 frieh.fty; Groot
slatially of Itittleallsco
114; . tiairiota to • Tre
TOWN, COUNTY Alit) BtIRROUNDINIFCOUNti6S
A 0011.—Miss McCreary will open
Winter 1111 Hillery, Tuesday, Ti - th inst.
Churl.—The November Court will
continue too weeks. List of Jurors in
Declined.—Rea. C. A. Stork, of Balti
more, ham declined the professorship
in the Theological Seruteary rtt-GettYs.
Club Arcefing. —Tilt Seymour and
Blair Club of Gettysburg will hold a
meeting in the Arbitration Room ou
Monday evening next. The Demo
crats of the borough and vicinity are
invited to be present. Several speech
es may be expected.
Baffle of Gelyebetry.—An exchange
tays that Captain Davis, of the engi
neers, who has lately been associated
with General Warren in the survey of
the Upper Mississippi, has been sent
to do topographically the battle of
Gettysburg, of which he partook.,
Dcad.—Ron. Wilson Reilly, a well
known citizen of Chamberaburg, a for
mer member of the Chamberaburg Bar
and an Ex-member of Congress from
this District, la reported to have been
found dead in his office ha Pittsburg,
one day last week.
Suicide. —Mr. William Miller, of
Ileechersville, this county, committed
suicide by hanging, on Saturday
evening last. He went to the barn
about dusk, to feed a horse. Not re
turning as soon as was expected, a
member of the family went th quest of
him, and found him suspended by a
small cord in the feeding entry.—
Though the body was still warm, the
vital spark bad fled. His age was
probably fs`i years. He was a quiet
and estimable citizen, and his sad end
is mourned by a large circle of relatives
"Da 71111fiC8."—The "Damage Com
missioners" were here Tuesday, Wed
nesday and yesterday, receiving claims
for losßes during the war. A large
number of persona were in town, and
of course many claims presented.
Our sufferers have thus been put to
additional trouble and expense. Must
it all go for nothing ?
—There Is street talk that the Com
missioners will be back again in No
vember, but we cannot tionch for its
Accidenl.—The numerous friends of
Mr. James Rider, of Cumberland town
ship, will learn with regret that a se
vere accident befell him on• Tuesday.
He was engaged in cutting down u
tree, and as it was about to fall, stepped
aside, out of its way; but in nearing
the ground, the tree struck a sapling,
which caused it to careen suddenly,
and striking Mr. Rider's right leg,
broke R. Dr. O'Neal was promptly
sent for, and he gave the case proper
attention. Mr. It. is likely to be
about again before long.
First Corps —A number of the of
ficers and men of the Third Division
of the First Army Corps, who partici
pated In the Gettysburg battle, were
here on Tuesday, visiting different
parts of the field. They were given a
"reception" in Agricultural Hall in
the evening. Gen. Dana, Gen. Mc-
Farland, and Milers, were called out,
and responded in fitting remarks.
Railroad.—Work en the Horse Rail
way to the Epring ie progressiiig.fine
iy. Ninety hands are now engaged
upon it. At the present rate the gra
ding will be duished in a month. The
ties are being delivered, to be put down
as soon as the road-bed shall be ready.
It is hoped that nothing will interfere
to prevent the immediate completion
of the work.
The officers of this company are
President, Robert McCurdy.
Directors, E. G. Fahnestock, D.
Wills, R. G. McCreary, G. 1). Smith,
R. L. Ilamilton and J. M. Emerson.
Hotel Companyr.—The company for
the erection of a Hotel at the Kataly
sine Spring has been organized, with
the following officer,:
President, Robert McCurdy.
Directors, R. G. McCreary, D. Wills,
R. L. Hamilton, E. d. raltnestock,'S
Herbst and C. H. Buehler_
The foundations far the building nit ,
to be laid this fall, in order that lt may
he completed in time for occupancy at
the opening of the next season. It le
to accommodate 500 guests.
Familiablow Railroad.—Th e Em
matsburg Railroad project has been
placed in good hands, and will be
pushed with vigor. The following
persons have been selected to manage
the matter: Rev. Francis Burlando,
of St. Joseph's, Rev. John McCloskey,
of St. Mary's, Daniel G. Addelsberger,
Joshua Metter, and John Biggs—all
energetic, tullueLtial men.
111ini»g Company.—A new mining
company has been organized at Lit
tlestown, under the title of "The Cal
cine Company of Pennsylvania," with
the following officers:
Protident—Martin Early, of Palmy
Secretary—J. L'leeeports, °Mattes
Treasurer—George Stonesifer, of Lit
t] eatowe t :,
Di rectorathiiitat IA tarty, el , iffi m
melatovea,• sad Mesas. Rather and
Blocher, of Littlestoa n.
Yount, of Littlebtown.
It is stated that the company has
leased 1,000 acres of land in Frederick
and Carroll counties, Md., on the line
of the Western Maryland Railroad,
and intend to develovie the mineval re
minces of that region, which. is said to
he rich in liemetite iron ore, slate, va
rious kinds of marble, copper ore, min
eral paint, ochre, &c.
l'ropertg Sales. —Jakoki Musselmari
has sold. his Maria Furnace Farm, in
Hamiltonian township, 130 acres, to
George Ashway, of Franklin county,
at 438 per acre.
The Executors of I.Zathaniel Gray
son, deceased, have sold the Home
Farm iii Liberty township, 150 acres,
to Wtn. 13e11, of Maryland, at $24 Kr
uere rand, Farm adjoinlog, 150 acid,
to Patton a iteily, of Liberty town
ship, at $4-1 per acre.
Notes the Thou.—ii. C. Wiwi. is
now selling Its lEtAtta, Caps, Arleta fend
Shoes, a greatly reduced prices, In or
der tq make room for his Fall and
Melee And:. Persons in wig:anions
thing in this litieaseUhl pall, Re also
keeps a No. I article of Trunks, made
expressly for his trade, Valises, Carpet
and Oil Saeits,, tic. The public will
find at hie est'ablielienerit any thing
they weilt_tu. the gantienout'ituruhih•
log line:- •Gitiehlfri a Cadi. Store on
Chankliersbiarie street, next• door to
Jei:obs' Clothing emporium. 0ct.23.3t
lgec R ur 1 7"vel at 11004,1
latyeati wheitg . 3104 get them We
clitterrigt #nd bbst. Tyeotils'old etifid.
~Pfirc.—A gentleman at
East Berlin,. this county, writes us:
On Sunday mooning, (11th,) at 4
o'clock, our village was the scene of a
destructive fire. The build:ionic and
commodious store building owned by
Rev. A. J. Delninger, and occupied by
F. S. Hildebrand, acting as agent for
Wm.. S. Hildebrand, was totally de
stroyed. The building was one of the
bc,skand most elegantly 111141141 n gig
county. The stock, consisting of dry
goods, groceries, &c., valued at :7,500,
was entirely lost.
Mr. F. S. Hildebrand also acted as
Postmaster, and part of tile building
was used as an office. Nothing was
saved except the post office desk and
a few books.
It IS scarcely necessary to say that
the citiseus made the most strenuous
efforts to cheek the progross of the
tire and save part of the stock, but
all was of no avail.
The fire was with great difficulty
prevented from spreading to the ad
joining properties of Geo. Mundorft
and John Skidmore, the former of
whom sustained a loss of seventy-live
or one hundred dollars.
The store room eons Imured in the
Homo Company, New Haven, Ct., to
the amount of $2,000.
'The stock was insured in the
Company, New York, fors2,ooo. This
amount was promptly paid by the
Company. The General Agent, T. P.
Stowell, and the Local Agent at York,
T. K. White, visited the scene of the
disaster on Monday, and before leaving
gave a check covering the Ingurauze.
The stock Was albo !mitred In the
Farmers' and Merchants' E:e Tustin.
twee Company, York, and Maryland
Fire Insurance Company, Balt [wore ;
In each :7:2,600. T. K. White acts as Lo
cal Agent for all these Compan
ies at York.
Michael 13. Spahr, one of the Direc
tors of the Tull: Company, tame td
Berlin early on Monday morning, and
deserves special mention for kindness
and prompitude shown.
All of these Companies promptly
and- satisfactorily arranged matters,
and gave the necessarry papers to In
sure prompt payment.
From the appearance of the store
upon entering, there seems to be little
doubt out that it was the work of an in
cendiary, and that the store was robbed
before being set on fire. The citizens
merit and receive tho thanks of those
most deeply interested.
Miltinery.—Rosa Monfort, Hunters
town, informs her friends and the pub
lic that she Ints just returned from the
city with a choice stock of Millinery
goods, which she will sell at cost—con
tinuing the millinery trade at the
The Morning Glory.—Col. C. H.
Buehler has received a large assort
talent of these famous base-burning
Stoves, which on the snore of econo
my, cleanliness, easy management,
and general utility, atand unrivalled
and defy competition. The grrat de
naaud for them last imam' taxed the
capacity of manufacturers to meet,
thq demand. They are much improv
ed and will doubtless ere long take the
place of all other stoves for parlor, of.
lice, store and shop. Call and look at
them, at the Wareroom on the corner
of Carlisle add Railroad streak oppo
site the depot.
Also, on hand a full assortment of
the best varieties of COOKING STOVES,
including the' Spear, Noble Cook,
Waverly, Oriental, Washing, Earley
Sheaf, Prince Royal, Royal( Cook, Ex
celsior, &.e- be., all w.utitdarrtib' to be
good bakers. if not satisfactory, they
can be returned and the money re
funded. Also, a large assortment of
Hollow Ware and Tin Ware, Doty's
Washing Machine and Universal
Wringer. Call and examine. if
3fost Bitters of the present day that
are loudly putted through the Amapa
pers as having great tonic and cura
tive properties are vile compounds
and base impositions, containing no
medicinal virtues whatever, and are
really very poor *falsity beverages;
and, instead of acting as a stimulant
and tonic, have a tendency to weaken
the stomach by entirely destroyint
the coating. The public should there=
tote he'Stmy eautiona, and purchriae
none but Robaces Steam-eh Bitters,
which have stood the test as a remedi
al 'agent, fel - many years, and are real
ly as their name indicates, a stomach
bitters, and not a beverage. They
combine the properties of the best ton
ic and stimulant—a gentle laxativ e ,
an efficient anti-bilious agent and the
beat stomachic known to the world,
and, when token in coniuction with
RoGack's Blood Pills, are the safest
and surest preventive against all bil
ious derangements, thoroughly regu
lating the v, hole syidem and giving
tone to the digestive organs.
They are highly recommended as an
invigorating tonic to mothers while
noising, increasing, the flow of milk,
and for convalescents, to rectors the
prostration which always follows
long-continued sickness, they are un
surpassed. No household should con
sider tbernstive's safe from the ordina
ry maladies without these invaluable
Medicines. They can be obtained of
any druggist. '
Now Is The Tine.—Housekeepers
can ecoptcimlac by living iu their win
ter coal at mioe, .as freights are now
lower than they Cll 1.4 a month
hence, and Coal will necessarily rime.
Persous desiring to save money, will
do well to call at once on Col. C. 11.
Buehler, who is prepared to tarnish
all kiuds of Stove, BlackAmith and
Lime-banter's Coal at lowest mar
ket prices. tf
The Allentwn - of our readers is di
reetetil t 9 ~the advertisement of
bi"sPiinai it; Iq another pa/ of
this paper. This truly valuable Med
icine is rePiteineeKleti . by all who use
ft- 'U444114 Certificates. tow
fllnte's first foolprisas are wrinkles
and gray halt, and although nothing
has yet been discovered, to edidlonte
the former the latter may be easily
oblltyrated by the use of Itiug's Vege
tab.l4, Ambrosia. We-now tket It
*l4l restore gray hair to its original
ecdor and remove from the scalp all
itching or irritatlou, whether caused
by dandruff !or humors, at the anwe
time Imparting to the hair that tinny
and beautiful Walt ao naucli de
sired. Oct. 2. 4t
Mg Wffe'it Choicevin4 the whole
family prefer it. Aire. B. A. AL
LEN* 14PROVRD ineW 8(yle) HAIR
RIIITORER or DRESSING, (ia inc bottle. )
Every Druggiat with. it.. Price Quo
Got. Y. lal
IT is iioseible4or thd Democracy to
carry Pennsylvania in November.
For President, all the Suites bold Ahe
election on the carne day. Thaw irtil
be no chance to repeat the Itlutecta
tion and ookiitliatlna of voters paw
ticed on such a huge scale at thlilste
election. The Dedicate , wit' need all
iheii ., A4lllll.:M home. DeinOcintiorgyi
aMlat them again !
,Prentiepta tocirded.—.A dain s county
Wits well represented Attie Chambers
berg Agricultural Fair.
T. P. Tate's. horse "Cashier"
took the first premium ($.45) for the
Charles Polley's colt (Young Cash
let 1 took the first premium ($5) for the
be,t, yearling colt., , . i
Dr. T. 'l'. Tate's double team took
the prettlitim (Vlsj for the fastest dou
ble team. One of the horael In this
team was the ithigy %one, of this
lie*. A. Color's pacing hors() took
tic premium of $2,3 for fitatek pacing.
Miss Annie 'Smith took the Silver
Cup for the best Lady Equestrian,
having ridden "Cashier," ou test.
LITTLINtywN, Clut,lo, 1.509
Editor Compiler:—We saw an arti
cle iu the Star last week saying the
Detneernts of this Owe borrowed the
large flag carried in our delegation of
a Repupilcan. We pronounce the ar
bele au infamous lie, as the flag spo
ken of belongs to the citizens of Llt
tlestown, irrespective of party, and
was used by our Band, not only on
that occasion, but on former ones.
We know where the whole thing orig
inated. "Little Eddy" got it up
when be we. down here, Saturday
night week ago; but lie was Just es
lenity fooled in the ownership of the
flag, as he was in the Republican ma
jority in Littlebtown,
UNIT TAKEN AND THE OTHED LEFT.
—A telegraphic. dlspatch . from Nerfolk
to the N. Y. Herald announces that
Governor Wells, of Viit' s glnia, hue com
muted the sentence of Benjamin Jett
lemon. a negro, to Imprisonment for
life. The negro had been seutenced to
be hanged on the Bth of Octohe.r for no
outrage upon Mies :Sarah Ford. Per
kins, a white man, who hod been con
demned to the same penalty for his
participation 111 this outrage, was
hanged. Thus the 'white man was
taken and the Negro was left. A po
litical pretext for the difference in the
fate of the two men hal been assigned
—"the Congressional , distriet In which
the outrage took place gives seven
thotesind negro majority." In view
of this extraordinary ease who shall
say that the negro hati:7lio rights which
white men uro bound to respect?
ARK.% NS 18 le well revonstrueted.
General Tont Ewing, Jr., of
•ays that of the Senator; one was an
original rebel until eonseriptod, when
cowardice tootle him a Unionist, and
the other one n•asu sutler in the army,
and amassed a large fortune by goug
ing soldleis out of their money. The
"Chief 'Justice" went from Kansas,
deserting a legal wife and three chi!.
Brett, taking up with a elay•eatlng
woman clown in Arkansas.
A Rank.At rebel had an old Dettio
erotic Unionist, 90 years of age, debar
red front registration in St. Joseph,
Mo., last week. The old man had
lost seven sone in the Union army, yet
was not "10ye,,1" enough to vote.
THE negroesin the vicinity of Savan
nah, Georgia, have torn up the bridges
on roads leading into that city, and
also stretched ropes across the
v.ays for the purpose of stopping
travelers and robbing thetu.
THE New Have:: Register claims a
majority of 4000 in Connecticut for
Seymour and Blair, and the Hartford
Tames puts it at from 3000 to Gthlo.
A (;HAND Mass.ltleeting of the De
mocracy will I,e held a,t. Westminster
next Wednesday. Eminent speakers
wtll be present.
ALL opposed to nigger Imre:tits and
military rule, shonlil vote for !ley
main and Blair.
THIS . Radical majority in Ohio, ,is
less than 19,000, and in Indiana leas
than I.ooo—un manse Democratic gains
At the residence of the bride's parents, on
the .fittli Inst.., by Rev. Mr. Mitchell, Mr. II
t. sds.T.l,of this pine•, Miss MARY
lIARRIVI, *hurl it,nl Po.
on the 6th Inst., at the renlifente of the
father, Manton, Ind., by Rev. Jaime
(,rear, Mr. J.IIN 11. W}.l.f Y. of l'lttbbuttt,
(tormerl) of lietlyadAarg,)to HALLIE
On the morning ‘,l the Illth Inst., In Chunk
hez hburg. Ftes IL Y. II L'ld MELIIAI7(4I, (far.
Incrly Or MN eons V,l Pastor ol the ehureli ui
the l'olhxl UtelJann fit
. bbra3t of Lfilombor. -
burg, In the flitli'yota ovNilsigke. The deeess
od was au earnest, uud amsesslul laborer
the ,meyard of the Loud, and his death Is Is.
umuted by ell who knew him.
Uu the 17th Irpat..,lo. EJA tic rllu, OTCOUSU /Up
(tun, Mr. WILLIAM NArtiLE, aged 15yenr
and S tuoutlul.
In Italtlmort , wt tho tah hut, Mrs. \ 1,-
111./LT.11.3. In 151 . .1t13 , 015, ah, yt J amt. Itnn
crlsuttir.rmucty VC golautm.bur6. l , l4 l."lmi
year. 3 moat I, and da)k,
On thn I Ih hytt , at linuthtou, JAWII BY—
RUN, mfunt non of Jahn silt nonah March,
aged month% laid
On the itth Intl[ , in Baltimore, Mt o. MA R•
Tif.t. C. urrix. daughtf r of )Jr .I..phraltn
lian,Luay, of this pine, and wife of lire. (leo.
D. Little, deLeased,, og.nt ft ytarA and I day.
On the loth nit„ Mr. \VILI,IAM MOOR
MEAL). o( Puttrrtafurg, IY. ..11"1 77 ) earn li
mbar he an.l
Ne., Beat/ura,llo, tali 11.1.. Mr,
AALIJE Llie both ytar of Our ugc
(In the 4tll Imt, FLoILENCE SW AI.I.TZ,
danglaer of Ns, ry and Jaao tle al la., 444,41 4
month, and Ti dry A.
Comm .1 n Watt tl.
In IA e munty. lowa, on the nt , l 11( , ;1., It
non 01 7 Cal% in 1(1(.11.1 1 / 1 S.
nor, age.l U months, and tr;
''W herrn% 111(4 (01.1118 youx , It
18 08 ea • t.wpor, ttrat. Apptilretki Stain. little
Lime, rued ihtai antsimAli ,"
In llnntorstown, Slept. 11, I•ths, Jt 111 S -
UM., son ol Georg," sad 1:11.81-1.4 /.14ullourt 1
lured :3 years LI MOD tits Isnd Ju'in
-14.) is ant dee.4l, tout slot Iti.ll.
&Met in the 1100 k of life,
Wrote drown our 1111.1nt 4 Int Eh.
Then added ere 110(.1,...,1 ho,
1100 beautiful fot earl 101.
Atu,l %hen the kg.to.r, U. ((h. 1111.08x1 by,
lie rea,3:11,'1,1. 'Tag up3.8„,(10,1;
VrAtP,A;ily. 0111,1_12k ritr.,,
ur lON c.l), 1M 1'
We wttpL, but angel , . 0. ug, -
With soft glad a0.r.,01;
They Ni elLuttled (Ale tr.tusplanttAl ilo•er
r,7l4.thepa,rdtp 01110 for I. ,
We wept ; we will not wevp,
When all our Clays are nt 11,
And st the g.t.e. of
We Meet oar little ism,"
To All Witout It May Oonoenl :
s lank Maki a et. tray of the kia 4 Lieg.in
at thla phlee fur ttwU.S. ( kmernnaeut, I
‘lol.ll.iliwifrt property Onll,ll and others.
not to .1 , sstairssif rod hatieh nah
,rlits. for at
least on 0 . 1 f posqll..lo to tvold It. Due... ,
clam srlirbaexerelseil not. Ir. out avalilate
WM. 11. 61iA8V!,..
css•rs of I.nelnoers, *Army.
lioltysbarg, Oct, V.
DIG P. M. ECKEIYRODC,
irrAvrfa jot returtml firm the rolverst
n 1 3 . of I,l„rthativl Ut 1 Pfesiettstla r e._
more, boa located n litlint,Eittim; wad
offers tits phrtetedeolltt*Otofloes Co Ow 14.
April tt, tstf+, tf -
Tor..r. W. e. O'NEAL'S
FE l et Atm) -ow-humm,
4 few *era from the
kE.. •er Atliattkaure and Blab stream,
uesrtbe Pro , b.rgu alureb, Gettysburg. Pa.
IN issur cuEsTES.
AIRS. RINO has Just returned Brut the city
tYL with a Atm agsortanent. or
FALL AND WINTER BONNETS A-ND
also Bonnet and Rat Trlisuallags. Sell and
exatalue her stock.
Oct. 16,10 a. at
M. 111 . diAmiirs EsTATs,—Letieri IWO
lantaW o. the eanete of Went IL
lato of Hamilton tam, Adana county,
dreamed, haring been graded to the ender
aimed, reedditag to We same towerhin, b.
helea7.. warm notice- to all area — In
t:Maher So mar made io make
meat, and them tkavtai m=67-
name to mama them properly ask tal
ballism. 'it r=talW;
He. ilikekemo's Alutitele
A New lteuxuy eve coseti.wpriox. — A
Pliyalae* who had Conanhiptlon for Mr,-
snit yaw*, with heottelit bleedings of the
funks, cored Illoonqf with a ...divine an*
kaolin to We ptoiesslott, hen 40. MAO alt.
peered bopolote lie le the only phyelelan
7r P 4 has ux•il It In his ynt u person, or who
has any knos I. doe of Its Viz tune, fold ho call
11+0,11,0 (10 thorn of henith he oust ukio) oi t
nothing but the 1.0 tif 1,10 iusdrelne; and
nothing but utter d, srstil and entire extio, -
Von of all hop. of reLovely, lAsr,ellier with .t
want Of confidence in all u11tr,,110.111004.1111,0
to IWwcl Ulu eXpagigkietll.. :10
WWI any doeo,o of the I.olito he prof
fete iUrwlUueuLlee Cottildinitly loulleiVok will
enulleOle tllO Nltsll, Inc Cent 14) ea
pros. :send for a circular or cell eh
DR. 1 ItoI'ISTON 4A(',10:80,
No. 2.50 Nortbllt'l strn‘et,-Pl.ll
For male by S. U. Durbtor, Druggist, (let ty
burg, Pa., and druggists gruurally.
Moy 8, MS. ly
liICILLkIi HAI It RAIN LIVER,
re the beni artlete knee n W preserve the
It will posltlvely restore
GRAY HAIR TO 114 ORIGINAL Q)LQR,
ANT) 1 , 11.0.11(TTE ITS tiIIOWTH.
It Ia an entirely OC\'MC teplltle diacovery,rom
blotng man) of the 'Poet powerful
aukl restorative rigenta In the
It 11111 kt s the Hal smooth end glossy, and
dotal not stain the xklnl ;
It Is ne.nnni.n.te.l and rugcd by the hrst llcd
11 li not ilOl It y.
rlll .1 /I` by nit Sr totAbttm. Prieto !I 00.
It. P. II ILL & CO.. NnSlajn, N . li . Pro.
Blindness and Catarrh,
TrentM with thontmont bonnov., by J.
M. Asor of 1)141,,,e4 of the and far
In the Me , ll. 01 College of Peouxylveata, 11
ear,' ex poi tenor, (11rnIerly of LA* den, •Ii ol
hoot.) No, Arch xtreoll,lllltl... TOll.ll4l.Thtols
can lie ot , i, of lan 0111 Ce. The medleul faculty
nre 1nN14..41 W ntwonipany their pnllflllfl.ng he
lux no neerets In lulu prablAno. Artlllulal ryes
Innertant without pain. No char* , tow exantl
bnpl. 11, 114:-. 1 . 113 . I, 1,4119,1
A t'erd to the ILadles
PILLS FOIL Fr:MALIN. Infallible In f of
roctlui IrregulttrlU., Ilemovlug Obstruc
tl(lll4 or the Monthly I'nru•, fr.au wbeitaver
Uhl 111 W11)8 Palet•ea.llll as • Prewr.-
Fentilli-spixtil Italy nituufotl,orthatenuppga•
lug. thenrwlrrei pt, are irautleued mantilla Uhl -
Ing Mote Pulls wlttli , lu that
they ••Invib• niiitearrlNge;' rifler which nritnn
tiltion, the l'ropricl•rr itvnitzios no tirpoui.l
- ullhe ugh their mllithiwis will pre, cnt
nut uilitelilt I to health.
Prim ft per Ibox. Six
Hold b) JOHN 11.:11111114/L. /MMMIA, Nob'
Agent for Gett3lll,nrg, Pa.
Lat Hex, by heading lii in throamb the Pao.
°Mee, gun hove Ito. PHIn moot, (total& at 1“1-
,) 1,3 Matl, 10 any part of Lite eta ttry,"free
May 1,16 V. ly
New MArrlnige Gnlde.
AN k itAY I , olt YOUNG ALEN, On I . h)
logiud llirerx,%lin•ce Ithuoutif.,
lit to Youth nod 1:arli• Zdstilleexer, N tilt Ii
creole Impediment , . to M.IRRIAUI•y wilh
more uu•nnw of relief. Neu! lu ....led let 4•r
envelope.. Iron of eluoue.
tiKILLINHUU(IIITItN, lion unit Aweoetntlou • ,
Ikte. 13, 1t,67, ly
F. Aden County "rettelten . int.tltute fin
Isni will lot hold In the roort House, (let
t) sittil 1,111111..1il 1111 011 NU/NIP/Ay, Novuu-
r nth, at 2 .1 eloek. - P. Itt., mid elot,lng 1.111-
D Y N Wirt Not totiln,
All II taltert, arllool dtreetors, and friends or
ed,o °Lion toll ited hl attend No itnloll,
or pains will 1 / 4 1 spared In Ilatkn the rat 1,11.1
Interesting, pntet testi and prontuble, and tho
Inatruetton to be pit en Will be
.111111 1111 ch 4.1
1011/illllll 01111 With 1.41 . 11111.tygt. put ado 111 1 1110.11,
in thelr iSelto4ll.
A In 4,11,14 or first-clans lei losers and !f10at...1.n,
oat...1.n, 11 41 , 0,11. The
Chid dire. Will grunt
teachers the trine to littend the [WU
Clllllll it tut te.telt oud It is pupal
thul all St 111 Oil 1,0
Friday u ill he "litr, tors' day." when mat
ters and quildlotin !elating to the ditties of
school direetoi 4v. 111 he considered. The ram -
mittee on Permanent l'ettlileates wilt Is,
elected on Nittiirley aftt,woon. Arrangements.
hare been made for •. reduction of railroad
and holt I fare to nil who may attend. it Is ,
ertniestly desired that every district he fully
rept,. ottd, Let not a single teacher be oh-
A progrlmint , 1)0 had on
I A.I.ICON fiLLELLY, Co. Sup.
HOUSE 'AND LOT
.ax PRIVATE HALE.
RULME AND Wag
IN LITMESTOWN. altuate on Baltimore
street, and adjoining Isaac Snyder on tine
no/TV/and the helm nt Siorgau Snaps, demont
ed, the wan The house to a nal/ TWO
BToItY FRAME. oak/stated for two thantliteta,
and • ell firstalsed in every respeet.
The location la ono of tho best intim town.
Buyers are request.' to call and aee the pro
t. Itl, lA.e9. lt•
A VALUABLE FARM
AT PRIVATE RALE,
QITUATE la Mountpdaaaault tawnahlp, Ad
11411.1cciallti, nrat :ha Ewa Taxer am, an ti
Hurd I~a~llyt 3V I v , vi 4 . 11 l i t
Inendow./g4 tbo balance excellent farm land.
leaf timortory Wrt)l , 7E HUUME,
Stoat , spring House, av, all In good repulr.
tined fenelng, plenty Dl all kinds at fruit, ex
won rat Darn and Donor. COlWUriti'lit.
Wm:Lucas.ellurullep and ratty.
Tr ITS per actg. Early •anpllentlon de
sired. 1L F. AK 13)U:A HAVOC
(lit. IQ RR. It
A TRACT OF LAND,
Four 111.1.114/4 north orMentions, %pin,
ton torn towrcleip, Adams csunty,l:4,„ win
log Wilds ofJ ono Chantbinhalt, liven ar.
shall, David Melo und olbcra, 44, creek,
a tcl roc tattling '6l A.CIUt.4, c4c-a pritot .
Chrststut timber—the 14.11.4.
ed. With Twa-etory U ••
I. ratite Irktria. , Jtop, o 109; I"
trait, etc. The,. *Ae proportion of
11111l11014'. This property—con•
N 41114411, to one utY.mill at the houne,
known as IN wiMv unt4 glint '11111,A...b00t 10nt; . 1..•
rui.l lotrw4. N. It'd v. to antl two, 11411.4.
Percy Whaling to 4.1, SC tile. TIM 4414.4,
XiMOU'd I(lCltaft eltTii gof o Alt nitrite all
btiskotinn cunt. bon. - -
Aug 7, IN V. 1014 •
A tlksT-RATE FARM
AT PRIVATE HALE,
AITILIN too tattoo of IlettpdAinr.oal law
Itarklablitg road, With rten.viwory Im.
rinentot, nod to tfritAe order. I willsen
VFtk t^ 10) Arms, to stall iburettAnerw.—
Moso^ , AWA , FPt %Aber Inibralistioia,
IV - It. WHILE,
ROps• 31, MR. et
VALUABLE MILL PROrEICTIGIrIth (14
AVIVII elmlee ',stud, on the tinny/ht.
lending treat AbbotLetown to Hanover, one
mein from the It °rater plate , knOWtt a UM].
ONW 'SIG, 10
r, ACrtli, Oil MA) IN`
00 /11/VOIS ite.tr, I Mires N. W. from Owtlyc
falrg, And tr , lognmosliandoe's
• AIM ,
A MO,DFIA. 1I
I, Acr. of WO. In a
hlglt umte of culthatlon, Wu bushels of Llear
ur L nerd, No. 1 tmllJlatn, a wilco West from
Gettysburg. GEO. AIENULD.
Getly•barg, Pn., Ant. 21, NM.
VALUABLE mils. PROPERTY
SITUATEDIn He inittonban township
ems vomit> , ountitioliig ACILEsr::
well improved-land, with • TwoadaryqtlTONE
DWELLING, large Dank listen, mei an atalts•
grim otit-bnildinge. no a FIAMIL lifll.l.,HANg
MILL, 3.1 Illerti null Tenentgigablea, with two
Orchards— *bleb Will bo sold abliap by apply
ing to JOHN C. ZOUCK, Land Agent, New
OgfOrd, Pa., P. O. Ekm 40.
Aug. N. MS. 2.1
2,500,000 Customers fn Four Team,
PATRONIZE THE 8E442 4 t:
Having the hnliginxxidtit
buyers, and extensive inn of any. cpngem
to We Dullikr Sale p9shaems 4 we
!: = :7: , -=% alsolba Niii,difiwilii."
MIS DOLLAR EACII.-
2Vo other cancer* Mot iiitc.*kma,V~Ainr
Agents are Our naotto, ••raeroapt tug
Reliable," Male awl fetattimagentarnutted la
'rim LA. ins
tit:. at teu t i tit OT l A g k ed iNk l i v iarj ;6
ANl ma tir ti MAlntaMs
00a ,, WATelk£41. /to, (E.totiolool UMW)
A. tel. tomb% out emboli thiNlibing
ma 14e is ee4d fort doller, 4 ll#llLlbr
flt E, 11116rOO: 10 foe MP • U.
Pro alike seftor tap, tworill
e z e z
}WM leptioe'vekerelt kr ow ware ),
_9( club. Bend =a
rerliqinFlelt (o send for e dreamy.
. - Ek s
Nok "Weld N'er be claimed wide
New York dollar Jew Wes or bosout MN.
Oonspotageo,r am la ot thedmott,
~, 0 Itonover St, mosola, Yaw
W i r S. frA lit