Newspaper Page Text
(tEOHOK 11. (iiHiIll-ASM.Il, I'.ditor.
"CLEARFIELD, PA. "
Tuursihy Morning, Jan. 3, 18G7.
Ttt Stale i.rzin!tttnrt.
This body assembled at llarrisburg,
on Tuesday last. Tlio Senate organ
ired by electing Louis YV. Hall, ol
Altoona, Speaker, Geo. W. Hummers
ly, Clerk, and a Binall regiment of sen
ators' sons and nephews ns inferior
In the House, John V. Glass, Esi.,
of Fittsburg, tvaseleeted Speaker, and
Mr. Benedict, the old Clerk, of Hunt
ingdon, was retained, and a full regi
ment of loyal relations fill the House
hull in the capacity of from folders
and pasters down. Thus far tjio old
Vig-tvagger, Cameron, has had every
thing his own way. A fierce contest
was waged for Speaker of the House.
Mr. Glass was the Cameron candidate,
and Mr. Quay, of Beaver, was the
Curtiu choice. All the senatorial
aspirants combined against the Cur
tiu candidate, and laid him ''high and"
we dont know about the "dry."
The Constitution f indicated.
Tlio late decision of the Supreme
Court of tho United States lias caused
a flurry among the national assassins
and Constitution violators. Thus
two of the three attributes of the
Government have declared that the
Constitution is the supremo law of
the land, and as such must be obeyed
by office-holders as well as citizens.
Tho Executive and the Judiciary are
rightoi.ee more; but the other branch,
the Legislative liump, is still engaged
in a grand conspiracy against the
rights and liberties of the people.
Their crusade is as wicked und devil
ish as that of Booth, anj pertakes of
more meanness, because it smacks of
cowardice, and while professing to re
store peace and harmony among the
tliT Suites and people, they are per
petra'.ing national suicide. It luukcs
up difference who carries on the con
spiracy, whether by the confederates
of Booth or those of Thad. Stevens,
they will surely receive their reward,
oi)d that before long; burning embers
will soon arrive at a consuming point.
Tho highest tribunal in this country
has decided that Jo. Holt, Gen. Hun
ter, and their fellow t-onspiralois, are
guilty of murder. This is a fact, and
the individual that ever doubted this,
knows but little, ubcnit the law of this
country. Tho lynching and murder
of a fellow creature on the western
border is no more illegal and criminal
than tho murder of Mrs. Surratl by
Holt, Stanton, k Co. Their transac
tions lor the past five rears will be a
terrible record for thc historian to
place on the page of history, and at
tho same timo state that these men
wcro professed Christians, and had a
plain written codo to guide and con
trol them, under tho solemn obliga
tions of an oath. Jo. Holt and Ed.
Stanton pronounced murderers ly a
co-ordinate branch of the Govern
ment ! This is about as ridiculous a
transaction as that of tho Devil, w hen.!
he offered to sell our Savior all Pales
tine, w bile ho did not own s, foot of it.
Loyalty, while under the sway of
George III, perpetrated many out
rages, but, in its improved firm, under
the lute Illinois saint, it has returned
" -couige loour people.
4 t'l A1. a 1 1.. 1 a
..-.. i i . - ,
...ui. v,u l uinrcte.i a icgmmaie
king and eurrounricj l.y a Ravage rare
IIi:nrt Ward r.r.rniER This ec
..in. i. u.w.ir. .. ,n I'arucuiaris,.,,,,, ,,,, C()walii
whether he administers thc gusj.el , w,,OM turn on the 4lh MaK.h
to the heathen ihrough a Shaqie. m.xl. A lUu,r war lltf5 , j
nflo, John Browti s liikcs or ffuiii 1 1 . r r i .i n
' .. , it lri" ; lH.(Ween (mv. Curtin and ihe inne-
the political rostrum, has been cm- i e -i . .u .1
, 1 , , ' 1 bago Cheif on tins point, with the
ployed by Bonner, of the New York i i i . i .i u
' J ' buck shot war hero, tho ex "gag
Xftfrr, at a s ury of ?1i0(mi, to write i j j , ,
' ii. ,oakcr and the dead duck a flnnkers,
a senel story for that Tiaper. It will1 ,, i .i. i r .k .
. . . J . i i all however, in the end for thc mter-
De DaseU upon intermediate high llle
in New York love, seduction, bond
robberies, suicide, murder and distill
ing whiskey without paying the Cov-
eminent license. With a
thi blood and thunder money be has ! foisted upon the Senate, as transcrib-1 d.''r 11,0 auspices ( I ranee, negotia
l. ;..! ii . i... r .1 . " , i 11 n-i i i- ; tiors are now pending belween the
lured the co un ns of that seiu, r, l, . mg clerks. These boys do nothing j nnd j . lt rl:ir 7, , cotls.anti.
fious journal, thc .1, through but attend to their sire's private busi-1 nr.le fr the union of the lireek and
which ho is to furnish weekly a Kadi- ness, let through this loval d dge. the ';,lho!ie thun lies. 'J"!,is movement
oal stump speech, called a sermon (?j :
Having quarrelled with Tilton. of the '
7. ) . i 4 i i i , i
JuJij; wlrnt, ho has chosen the next ;
best semi-religious channel to insiil
bis slow poison into the minds of those
who have become parliul'y accursed
:il i i -, ,
iiu iiioucni pnnniuiiropl y across
betwetn religion and gwd monils,
.... . i
not enough of either to make ;
Christian or an honest man
. ,., ., , .m. ,
1 he 1 lula lelphia V. recommends
M.II.am jnfTv,or tl.at ntr, for the;..
. , i
pttt-t of State Treasurer, lie is a hut ;
Sia-A.it. Wiilium a.n.1 l.avlnrr ...t-.l In I
the capacity of I'ostmafter to the Sen- j
ate, is now supposed by the loyal j
ists to be qualified for this position. '
It is truly remarkable bow things :
trow u.ese loyai nines, i nere is no ,
doubt, however, but that Mr. Komble.
thc present incumbent, will be re-1
The tt(.atfr Johnn!(. l.ov.M. l'niinK. Tho hist pand
John YV. l'orncv and John W.tiearv !jury for Allegheny county, niter pay
have declared themselves in liivor .' Mme ntlontiou l tlio moral sta
tic l.mUlu.l.unr hero for I'nilo.l (tu. .rtliat lovnl"' eomUy, d.maiuliil
Stales Senator. to succeed Mr. Cowan, i in tin ir linal report to tlio court, ihnt
An "irrepressible condid" is now j tu. capacities of tlit- Jail lo doubled,
going on in tin- ranks ol tlio loyul ; They say that is many as live orsix
Jfaints upon this point, (iov. (nrtiii
will have to lior.lo his interests, or the
renegade Johnnies will compel him to
tako a lack Beat in the loyal syna-1
gogue. This would be treating a
veteran rather shabbily. This is the
shape tilings are in on tho Potomac
and the lower Susquehanna, while the
black district Bradford, Tioga, kv.
has heretofore adhered to the fortunes
oi'G. A. L., (the first g,i,j Speaker the
American Congress ever had,) Ullli
within a few weeks. Grow has now
,villl,.,..r. .1... ,.n.,l.w 1...
II IbllUI III) u IIIMII VUlMVl'lj Hit
thrown his influence: for tho Winue-
bago Chief, Simon Wig-wag. It will
be observed that tho "soldiers' friend"
is being outflanked and subjugated by
the "hospital bummers, shysters and
cowards" found within the loyal camp.
Notwithstanding all these "disloyal
practices" now going on among the
loyalists, wo uro led to exclaim with
the poic :
''lt Mir bTitliatl wn3 an thrr will,
w c'll ht gay ttiiti happ' ilill."
Ql'lbv. A western man, speaking
of the I'ajifie railroad, says it is "one
of tho funniest coincidnces in the
world that almost ever)- alternate sec-
lion of land on each side of the road
belongs to somo "loyal" member of
Congress." Another remarkable fea-
ture in the transactions of those loyal
patriots, is, that while they are gob
bling up all the public lands, they
have at the same timo doubled their
salaries, and are thus robbing the
Treasury in a two-fold manner. If
tho "loyalists" under George III rob
bed and plundered the people any
worse than they do under Thad. Ste
Stevens k Co., we would like to have
the transaction and timo pointed out.
Appointments. It is announced
that Gov. Geary has made tho follow
ing appointments: Francis Jordan,
Esq., of Bedford, late Chairman of'lhe
"loyal" State Committee, is assigned
the portfolio of Secretary of State, an I
Be:ij II. Brewster, Esq, a lawyer of
Philadelphia, AllorncyGeiier.il, w hile
J. Bubcly Dungilson ono of the silent
editors cf Forney's rrcc, is made Pri
vate Secretary, thus making that jour
nal the organ of the incoming State
administration. Forney and Geary
will bo the "Government" after next
Tuesday. Tho whole affair is of the
rcnegado stripe, except Jordan.
Chanoe of Faith. I!ev. Mr. Stetv
art,after having been ordained a clergy
man of tho German Betonned Church
was stationed at Burkettsville, Fred
erick county, Md., where he remained
ten years. Only five weeks since he
relinquished his clerical duties, and in
Lis farewell sermon, announced to his
congregation thc change in his reli
gious views and his intention to bo
come a Catholic. The last London
Jii n'i ir fays that within the short pc-
riod of three mouths, no loss than five
leading clergymen of the established
Church, have gone over to the Catho
PiH'Mii.M.m. The estimated re
ceipts at the United States Treasury
for the present fiscal year w ill amount
to the enormous sum of five hundred
and sixty five million dollars. This
is a contribution of about eight dollars
for every taxable towards tho "best
Government tho world ever saw.
n,;u .,n,i... i,mwU.e..i; .niml i, :
- . . ' I
Government was free; tut fcinco the
advent ol the "loyalists, tlie people
are plundered ol these millions, lm
keep up the Washington Hump, and
, ,,, ()f tllC c0l,ntrT
The Legislature will be called upon
Inn Tnen.lnv lirvt. In deft & Trilled
eft of Simon.
The I.cv. .Mr. iraham, and T. J.
I Cigham the loyal Senators from Alio-
ghenv county, have each had a eon !
tax payers are compelled to pay them
for itttending to their own affair, I
tt , ,, i i - i
Horse stealing is more illegal, but its
. nu meuner.
TViisl ltutler, is again in Washing-
inton, and it is given out by his toad-1
ies, that be savs he cannot see.
. . ir.l T 1
.mpeachment of the Tresnlent can ,
ire postponed niuin longer, in our i
view, it will make no difTereneo how
.1 i ., .
niuen ine ncasi raves anu iniea.ens.
v-ni ntA hn tt , m A .
! until tl.r. Tii,l. Hon rt,ol 5. G.A
11 lul 11
Another Job. The iron clad Irig-! land,") fJrmcrly of Virginia, but now '
ate New Ironsides, which cost thc'0,New Jersey. " I
Government one million of dollars
was liurneJ at J.caguo Island, near
Philadelphia, a short time ago. No !
body to blame Somebody cvi d rtlv !
persons are. huddled toircther in one
j tvll ;" and they also recommend the
! erection of n wtrk house as speedily
as possible, so as to separate tlio youi!"
transgressor from the old and harden
ed criminal. This is a "grand moral
idea." You have sow a the seed and
yon will be compelled to reap the crop.
The Oi (luard for January comes
j to us enlarged and improved. The
! famous Southern author, W. (iilmoru.
j .y"ms, commences a new story in this
IHSUO, lltld JollII K.-tdl CooliO COIltH-
! I .. c I .1... 1.....I.,
itiiivs n oouvuei u ueeouui ui iitu uuitie
of Bull Kui). We find in every num
ber of this Magazine ono or more ar
ticles which alone are worth the price
for a year's subscription. Specimen
copies will bo seut,' prepaid, for "0
cents. Address, Van livrie, Horton
k Co., New York.
Sealed. Loyally during the Kevo
lution was squelched by Gen. Wash
ington and his rebels, but the modern
thing has been wiped out by the nine
Judges Chase and all of the Su
preme Court deciding that no civilian
can be tried by a Joe. Holt Co nniis-
sion, whero the civil courts arc in full
force, und '.hat every act done under
: this plea is unconstitutional. Bather
"Copperish." but it's so.
Five members of Beecher's church,
in Brooklyn, have been arrested and
held to bail for distilling whiskey j
without paying the Government taj
of two dollars per gullou. Beech eis i
members can no doubt engage in tlis
loyal business, but not even a senii
moralist could without disgracing
A loyal paper slates that tho Con
gressional fraud committee has ascer
tained that there are three thousand
small distilleries in New York alone
w here w hisky is illegally made, and
where Government ofliecrs protect the
swindle. The oTlieers are loyal of
If the late decision of tho supreme
com t is enforced to tho letter, some
body else than Jeff Davis will hang
on a'sourapple tree' before six mouths
roll around. The Jo Holt, system of
murder is at an end.
The Bumpers at Washington ad
journed over from tho li'Hh u i tT, to the
3d inst. What they will do when
they re assemble, is hard toconjecturo.
The late Gen. Cass was rocked in a
second handed sugar-trough. Think
cf that, ambitious young man !
Cauicaitrimi the Premuknt.
Ifitrpfr's WerUy, before the war, was
the inemest pro-slavcrv sheet publish
ed in the country. Now it is the
meanest liadieal paper issued from
thc American press. Tho last num
ber is full of vile caricatures of Presi
dent Johnson. In alt countries but
ours the Chief Magistrate is generally
treated with some show, at least, of
respect. With us ho is a mere target
for abuse and insult, and the standing
subject of caricature. That class ol
persons called bv eourtesy clcrgynien,
but who are neither more nor le'ss,
with here and there nil honorable ex
ception, than politicians using the pul
pit for a stump, have been particular
ly foul -mouthed in their allusions to
the President. Outside of the Catho
lic and Episcopal Churches, thc cleri
cal profession may be said to have
ceased to exist in tins country
I'Iitt iiwii havin ? Dirrrofl himself in
the itoliiit ian. No wonder that t tie
w .! , i u 1
iirtili -aian n at & lute I'lih. nn nftrnciQ
,ui ,ow yauf men of ability into the
ranks. Jli-stun limmrreiiu.
MoM.RN IlTV. l!ev. It. B. Kelsny
preached his farewell serinnn to the
Baptist congregation in Meadville last
I Sunday. The Uipuhln-im (Iladical)
p.'i s lie closed ins address with "a lew
words ol parting lor Ins political .
irienus, saying inai "lie nad i:iKen a
stand ns a politician in neeordance
w ith bis ideas of christian duty, ns he
conceived was right ami proper for
him as a minister of Clirit and a
teacher of the people." It would be
interesting, no doubt, lo hear this
"minister'' tell in what part of the
Scriptures ho go' his authority for
taking a stand as a "politician" rs
penally of the liadieal sort. Patriot
Thr Gri kk and Catholic Ciii rch
rs It is confidently stated that, on-
' l'd;ed upon with great inteiest in
'-"'ope from the important influence
't ni.iv have upon tlie
,,, l., ,
seltletneiit of i
JonN II. SrniiATT at Sr A cable
dispatch stales that John II. Surratt
bad been taken on hoard the Vnitcd i
S n nt ul .... m l.n...UPn M 1, ,.K nn l-.-l i
Irom Alcxanilria on the .1st inst.
iiuiii .in vuiiuiiiioil IB .jrl HI. I tie
SwHUr, u . pmM wrpw a,i '
t t.robably resch this country j
the latter i.art of January. i
Sumn IiATii-Tho Kit hmon.
y 1 - .! J. l"1
.,.. ,,.,...1 .i i i . -i ....v.
'I - 11.1 W0S, t.s,l.. an Oi.l merchant.
He was the father of the popular nu-;
tiinrpss, -31 rs. lerlinne, (".Marion IJar-, '
psy loaier ni.siooK a ploi lamp
,,e,.,;rf1 '.'n '"r, ,, " .TT" r!
T' V i 1 , ' T' M"1 1,ev"lf I
somebody bsints t-ick an adrertise-1
ment r.n thr rn'von. .
rnn the New V..ik Hv !..
Sumner asks : "who i.re southern
lovulists, that thev should not be
heard )" Veil, sir, "southern loyal
ists" nro a sorry little squad of Albino
or while, negroes. They are a good
deal meaner and less healthy than
(tne of the toasts drunk nt tho I'u-
ritau Anniversary, in this city on tho j
-jii insi , was as loiiows : "licsiora-
tion of tlio South on a loyal basis, or
no restoration at all." This is Win.
Lloyd Garrison's old slogan slightly
i altered, "A I nion Willi negroes as
equals in evert" respect, or no rnion
at all." Senator -Morgan k Co. have
come out of the sumo hole that Garri
son w ent in at thirty yeurs ago.
"How came your Bemocrnts in Bos
ton to vole for negroes the other day
in preference to white men?" said a
Mongrel lo a Copperhead. "When
we can't elect n Democrat wo always
vote for the next hrt mini," cooly re
plied Cop. Tho disciple of the Illinois
The llirnbl w ishes to abolish (he
Supreme Court, lieeauso it has decided
that trials of civilians by military
courts arc illegal. The Ji rald fears
that the Oturt tt ill yet undo nil that
"the globus- war" has achieved, un
less Congress at once "wonstructs"
it. rive out of nine of the Judges
noware Lincolirsappoiiitees.and docs
it tkink that Johnson would be likely
to nake ayiVt ones? The JJvrdld is
in t dotago.
Several of Beecher's I'uritan congro
gllion havo recently been arrested for
cleuting the government out of ihe
1 tax on tvlnsk -;v. 11 JJeecher s pi-
j ius followers will make w hisky, can
jne not prevail upon them to duit hon-
I After Fred. Douglass had ilosed
one of his rigmaroles in Beecher's
church, a w Lite woman rushed up.m
"u I'."1 ", ""a K,;wuuril. ,u Kal,,u "1;
tic ol all the negioes. 1 his is another
,,,. I1mn thc iuwntod icurl 0f ,,oor
Mrs. Fred. Douglass, who has been
.i . i - . i i - -, i ,
suffering for years with intolerable
jealousy in consequence of tho undue
fondness of thu w ives and daughters
of the Abolilibuists for her fascinating
husband. If ho does not find the
"odors of A ruby" on her lips, he will
those of Africa, which is tho next
country to it.
A Kepublican paper says, "Thad.
Stevens ought to bo toasted by the
w hole American people for his fidelity
to liepublican principles." Yes, that
is true; he ought lo bo tottttal on a
fork over a hot lire. But better leave
the business lo Satun, rather thun im
poso such a ta-k upon tho "whole
Wo notice that several Democratic
pajiers are surprised that tho (W)iivn
wttilth, a negro-IU'puhlicuii paper pub
lished ia Fond du Luc, is printed on
tyjie stolen by the editor from a print
ing oftire in Tennessee. But this
ought not lo astonish anybody. If
the materials were not stolen, it might
be a little surprising. Jfany liepub
lican editor who went down South
during the war u id not steal something
to scrc as remembrances of his loy
alty, he wmld bo looked upon as a
coward by all bis brethren.
Some el our cotemporarics arc ridi
ciiling the idea of Colfax being a can
didate for President. What! after
such a man as Lincoln has been Pres
ident, what person may not apirc to
the post? Alter this example, we
should say the way was open to Col
fax, or Diik Busteed, or Ben. Butler,
or Joe Holt, or his hired w itness, Con
over! We are astonished not to have
heard that bo'h Stanton and Boston
Corbet t were in the field for the Mon
grel nomination. Stanton may not
ho quite ns good looking ns Boston
Corbctt, but he is as handsome a man
as old Alio was, and if he is less coarse
in his manners, be nukes up the defi
ciency ly heing more brulul in his
The Wasliinglrtn CI,roniih edited
I.Vfo! d,d du.-L" alia, J,,l.,. W
Forney, calls upon Cmigrem to tako j
Iho Siijiremc Court of tho United I
Stales in hand, for having decided
that military coniinisMons (Or thc tri-1
al of civilians are uncon.ntuliinal. !
We du not wonder that suc h fellows
as Forney should take alarm for that
ecision makes murderers of ever
rascal who had anything to do
the trial ind execution of Mrs. Sur
ralt, and all others who have been
illegally put lo death by military com
't would be liko Congress!
ii cue supremo touri ulto-i
A thing it can do just as lo-1
cether. A tmng it can do lust
i,ly ns it can abolish States into ter-
n.,,- 1 .1 i ,- r .
nllips and other lead. ng Mongrels
insist mat I l.o loyal negroes
Raven me i-ouniry. lie guess litis
is true, for tho condition of the coun
try looks as though its salvalion was
tho work of negroes. And then it
took so lew negroes to save it. The
whole number of darkies in Iho Abo
lition army was M'.l,(iJ4, of whom
H," deserted, and L'0,'J;!i'i were dis
charged for disability. So it took
onlv l)t4.(KMI necmes to unvc 1 )m mum
1 .1 it ir . ,
try. According to tbt llepuhliean ! 1 r ' nl 111 r "u,"'!,na "nouia gel ner
leaders 2,0(1(1,(10(1 of white men were! """"l,lt,5 money and free himself
not equal to 134.00U negroes. .t j from debt. Very clever,
the name of America be changed to! Prentice says the lute failuro ol the
Xrgrtd,inl. expected exhibition of shooting stars
The New Kngliind Lunatic Society Wi"i,l t owinU t0 1,10 "ant ol stars,
nt its late dinner, gave a toast to ,'rUin! w,' !,' of them, but they
I thr frrr .K.uth." What south is thai
It'l " r- . I l-at. . t
1 '"' ' "lHn w"uh taxed without I
roprcsentalion ! which is governed
by military commanders and by ;
liureau tf sharpers anil thieves, w ho :
are citizens of other Slates? Is it
!" . ' " . " 18 V,rvalom''b tlmt
' 1,0 'bes not degrsdo herself to the
'PV0' ."' tl0SrfM,,S"d the New Kngland j
ltH - - . she- shall be stripped ol all ;
u, '"v'rn,n,'t and bo reduced to,
ne conumor, ot a ternlorial depend-
'.,., ..,. tne passions ami wmms ol ,
Slll'll Vfli'nluitvilt. nl.l 7 I, mI !.' ........ .,
l ... .. . .
. .. " .. . T . : i
anil lien. Hut erf An.l flint ia r o,l .
an. .-- c ... ' . i
...r . Jl.asieu l.ysiun;
'1 lntw nnd imposlers asSon-
,,onry "ti Reedier, and JamrsT. j
Rrady ! In Cod's name, if that is a
, . "corge iiimiit i urns,
tree South, what wnul.l .. ...l..r,i
South bo? If that is freedom will'J011" N'l'adt, or J-inmoerUvillo, Aew
., .. . . ' I T : r . .1 - i
tll0 ,!vv n Wnrd u0Pt.ler
the devil for a definition ol desnbtism '
, ; - !- '
.Wwicb I.-land infants learn to
swim lfoi-e thty can walk.
I .VUH'S ITIUVS.
Hon. C. II. Smith ( Hill Arp) is iiotn-
! inatcd tin- mat or of Homo, tm.
1 1 1 in .1..1.n H..11 i. r.-..li,i,,,r nimri
II, n ,,,. I,.. ,..,,l ......I, i., T ,
M'lrv K llMintilnti aister f.f!
t , i- i tr i . i - . , i . . .
uen. ttauo iianipton, uieu ai t. (Hum -
bia, S. C, last week.
Our city is unusually quiet.
: Ilov-it ia tint linioinr mm II,, in lilisv' lit
Wm ,,lon.V( ,1(r.
Seth Kiunian, a famous old Cali
fornia hearhiinter, has been appointed
Indian agent for Idaho.
Davis Biehards, an American circus
rider, was recently killed in Moscow,
liussia, by a fall duringa performance.
A London paper says that tho
Union built and cherished by AVnsh
ington and his Congress exists no
A rich lead mine has been discov
ered in East Tennessee Gen. Thom
as w ill bo president of a company to
Ten thousand head of beef cattle I
passed Fort Kc.nU, Arkansas, during
mo lasi leu uays, going norm iu:iiaiiKts
Otto Goldschmidt, husband of Jen
ny Lind, has been appointed vico
presidetit of the Boynl Academy of
It is interesting to know that sci
ence has demonstrated thut Donatti's
great comet will bo again visible in
Judge MeCunn, at New York, has
decided substantially that a person
losing money in gaming is not enti
tled to recover by law.
There aro now I'.i.t inmates in the
Ohio Soldiers' Home, which is the
highest number that has been in that
institution ut one timo.
New Yorlt city polled almost as
many votes at the last State election
as the entire Stateof Massachusetts
ou'y four thousand less.
Joseph Barker, who, it will bo re
membered, was a leading infidel in
this country, is now a candidate in
Fngland for Holy Orders.
If ladies appreciated tho beauty cfj
their loot as they uo thai ol their neck
dan shoulders the would probably go
to hulls hareloolcd.
A Mr. Bates, of Kentucky, twenty
years of age, is seven feet eleven inches
high and still growing. Ho is tho
"baby" of eleven children.
Bielmrd Lawrence, who mads nn
attempt to assassinate Gen. Jackson in
1 ..", sliil lives and is an iiimato of tho
Maryland Lunatic Asylum.
A radical exchange says : General
Butler is good enough for our pilot.
All right, says the Harrishurg Lniun,
but it ought lo be spelt Pilate.
The House of Delegates of thc
South Carolina Legislature has reject
ed the constitutional amendment by a
vote of !i to one.
There aro oTO churches in Moscow,
and all tho bells rung ut ono timo on
the occasion of the royal marriage.
The clanging was fearful.
Tho Three I!iverB(Cuiiada)1i-iwrno,
on tho authority of tho clergy, saj s
thai no Catholic priest of lliut place
ever saw or knew Surratt.
At tho lato session of tho Legisla
ture of Alabama six new counties were
crcnt-1, namely Baino, Bullock, Clay,
Cleburne, Crenshaw and Le.
Th members of tho President's
Cabinet unanimously favor a veto of
tho District of Columbia suffrage- bill,
with tho exception of Mr. Stanton.
The fast trotting mare Lady Shaw,
owned by Mr. J. P.. .M ay nard, of Bos
ton, died last week. Mr. Maynurd
paid S'i.di'U for tho mare last season.
A young lady down East advertizes
lor a young man that "embraces an
(opportunity," and says, "If ho will
I co mo over to our town ho can do
Secretary Stanton has presented the
(colored Kpiscopalions ol Washington
'a ten thousand dollar church. "No
1 ,e l'l'T' " " -r oc u.us re wara-
i . i :n i . ii i
tdward . Murphy, for uianyj cnin
"nu cf 1,10 ".-ijrlois in tho Uuiled
l"1' senate, Imi been Bjipointed cu-
I" 1,1 cAporis ui uio pon ol
The Wittchman says that Messrs
ii.. i r, i i - i . t
J'usn iieynoms ami I'unean liavo til
ready completed many of tho arrange
ments for tho erection of a paper mill
A Washington lady, who wnsdragg-
cd some thirty feet bv
a hor-e car in ;
consepienco ol 1
caught bv a proiec
projec ting step liasrecov
cred f itMK) daiino'e.
Ti.n t,oi;i;.,n .,r . : .1... i . ... ,.r n.
,iv i'v.i.o',1 v. Di.i ,i,iiKiiiiiii S 111-
i,.(ma wn8 ,,reHentoj j tno i;um
House .the ot her day. Rskinir tho iin-
pcachinunt ol 1'resident Johnson. Tho
A Western piicr f-ays they have
preachers out there of tiie stem-wheel
species, who aro "exceedingly light in
the head, hut keep up a prodigious
racket in tho rear."
A lady in Saxony, tho wife ol a bnr
rintor, lately committed suicide in
worc 1,0 I'l-aceaUle taslioot.
!! - 1 m 1
v nu ago is saiu to no worse govern-
CJ man ever was isalluuorc or -Sew
Orleans miirder.liomicido, garroling,
drugging and robbing aro every day
items ol her city press.
" - - - - - - eaiii III a. 1 1 V7
very underpinning of society, says:
' - Ti'lting hoops onahlo iho common
1 lauitieo, in a wicked lunge at tho
llu voiiiinoii (
people to see a great deal more of good I
society than ihey ever saw before
(Jeneral Butler's New York "at.iile
Kpeceh" was extensively coi.ied in the
t . .. 1 .
l reneti ir
v,i,,-, r..-,. j , nfii ,- ii Hill ll mi
cu 1 1 onai reierctico 10 lis translation.
i:. f. . . .
e.ll nil! . ,1 v IMUIIIS.il VieillTIII 11 IT I
. ii IV- -..1.1:. 1. i ii -i .
B(ljn.g wilh ,10 cmih,jn of sllf h I
wor(jB as would ofl'end tho French ear " !
contract tor small twine for tho 1
Toslollice Hepartincnt is awarded to
! Jersey ; f,.r tho wrapping, to Jessup
i M"". " lo Mcsrs. Fairbanks A
jfo . for letter balances, and to W. F.
Nesbilt k Co., of New York, for about
. f.-rty millions of rnveloprs.
1 he ('hit'";,'') Tim, wt that its ol-
Ij't in advocaliiif: nc;;ro Miflni;,'' is to
(kill the t (institutional Amendment.
it. - i .1 it . i . . i
'I I" wornier mu lenow uon i iuko a
loose 01 arsenic 10 euro tne neuclaeiie
I ----- -
A t inmiiim county, cl., couple nisi
t u'notr nt,i,!ii,l Corn ftivnrcn nl'lei- (nil v
" "i . .". , . , . , , '
lorin ai.ioi iiiameu n. i n jimp
. 1 11 11,', i -.lu ll iiijutai, n.ii iii inni. iii,j
Iiailll I. JCI. git III I11JIIM111UIIJ' u jail
It is stated that tho Stale- Demo
criilie fiitiiiiiitlen of Illinois Iihvc con-
eluded to establish a new Democratic
, .. . . . i
paper in l hicago, aim thai mo com
pany w ill have a capital of ?L'oO,OnU
to start on.
California, which in ISoT imported'
about i'i(l,i.MiO barrels of flour, can ex
port this year, according to tho esti
mate of tho California Farmer, some -
thiiwr liUu two u:iil.n.hulf millions nf:
Fivo additional distilleries were
seized iu New York on Saturday, and
the revenue, ofiiciuls lind, on invesli-
gation, thai iho reputed proprietors
; am merely iho agents of wealthy cu
The woman who was lately buried
,. ... ,
alive at (uincy, Illinois, and rescued
in lime to save her life, savs sho knew
all that took plaso during her trance
state, but was uuablo to speak or
move a limb.
Soltiikrn Di:tv. Albert Pike, in a
recent letter, says that the completion
ol'tho new Arkansas and Tennessee
railroad is much more important than
"getting into the Union and electing
Senators and all Hint" a broad hint
to the Southern people to give tip pol
itics and devote theuisclves lo tho de
velopment of their material interests,
under present circumstances.
At Fairricw, Dra'Jv tnwnabip, on ftewniWr 25.
lsf.O, l.y Ilia ltrv. Jonn Fi.Eual., Mr. OOKOOS
CLAKK to Mini LAl'KEY LONc) ; both of Jcf
fcrpun couutv. B
On Drix-mber !, lsCd, liv Itcv. P. L. llmaifua.
Mr. WILLIAM TV. WATSON aul Mit. LIZZIE
CHjhE.Vj Initb of Lawn-ncc tuwiiihip.
On lliovmlx r 27, IMS, t,y Jui i u M Kcc,
Mr. DAVID LAXIJDON lo Mra. MAlUiA
On Mmilay evfniiiK, Dm. 2, !6, ROBERT
1. WALLACE, E.r., of OnrfiYH borough; aged
21 ycara, 6 niontbr, and 2 duyi.
In lirady tonhip, on December 51, 1s6n, Mr.
ISAAC LINES: aged about (Id yeara.
V.ll t LTMMI, OI l.K.t.i: DP
Pi;.NN.VLVAMA Ibe next Term of tbi
luRiitutioD, under it reorfaniEation, will com
niece on lh Inib day of Janaary, 1 ft7. I'ut
termi of adjiiciisn, cataloeuAn, ir., aHdre,
JOHN FHASKIt, Frei't
jan3-4t Agricultural College, Centr C I'a.
f OT A fM'krt book, eontainiua; $:t) to it'i,
J J ana two warrf. rUn-w
ww loni in Curwcn-
u e, on January 1, 1 Any p rn fiixling aud
r- turn it) the wno to the tin lerji iiei), iu 1'i-nn
tM-h.., or having it wilh Mer. Hippie aft je.-t that can irfWit l.fhCr. I'rvtehel kultim
rurwrn ill-will he nuitaMr nwane,. j utVuif. emlni.krv, artieiet T-.r the toilet r.r tbU
. )n i 'M . iK',ltiiii .lL1iTri,,1:L. J 'lT,tb l..I,ir; and the k.trb-n. Fven th rf.
CUt Tlt.-AII pei..uf. ar berel-v emrinned ' Jn ffc,, to n,kp rotnpMe Iidy' Bwik. Ti
acain.t puirhaMiitr or in anT V neddliiig ! " fhTyrltc f,,r iH'rty-iereu yar. No Maf.
wuh the Ii.ll,iwii.j(d.-ei(Tilelperinimlpn.pertT.vii; tu,c. Clin w""T,ot "l,u attempt it.
Two 7 wurff. two grey borea, one two-horae I , iltj'"-T 1 R' 'pt" f-r every d' partrjent cf a
WBg.m. -no fnar bum- wpn, four harneM, I ?'b : tb,'p ,onc w"rth ,h Prip f
one ouw, twelve iingle grab, one eMik atove. one ) u' Mo Irl ( "P . (no oth-r Usinr gitH
pnrlir move, one plow, one harrow, three be'lMettd I l,ruO diTnioit. brewing lrtmuif fi.r tbe
and 1-rdding, twenty yardf parlor caqft, thirty-
yard common pan
"pet, three aea cbmri",
bureau, two Hii.l, dmV, three tahlea, euplnMnt,
and other houm hold tiiriiiture, now in the ponvii
non of William LigMnor, of H nria townhipt n
the aid prp-rty belonga to me. and it left with
buu on loan onlv, pu'ject to mv nrder.
jrt :i-;:t Jua i.itiiiTNKIt.
All pi-ranni arr hrrchy cautiomd
airuiriat fun-haiiin or in any way ajrMliii
Willi I li follow i ii ie Ji acrilil 'rMiil ,niM-r1T, vu:
Oita ronn mar an.l oiic hay iinrv, Dow in llu- ji.
anuinn "f Jhu Carwin. fi.rmirlv of Cli arfi. IJ co,
now ol Caiiilina. a llif aanii lK-l,nja lo ine, and i
li'fl with luc aaiU C'araiin on luan onlr.
JanVSI Al'STIX rritRY.
ClAl'TIOX. All prraonr mrt hrrcliT rantionrd
J aain.t ruri'liarine or in any way uii-tMling
with Ilii'tiillowiiinili-ii -iiliiMl jTt-ona! in'iMTly, vii :
Ona (ttvt Lorn,,, one lay mart-. m, lof rl,.,,
u harncM. now in Ihr Hi.M amn of I'bri'lian ll.
Tiibb. in IVnn lnwni,ii,, aa tlio atune ndiing to
uia. anl in utijii-t lo m) orilfr.
C1AI TIOX.AII pemn are hereby e.-inrioned
J agttinflt barUinng or trunting mr ifi-, Ut.
r Hot ksvai bt, who baa h it my Ind nvl
Iward without any jiit rnuw or pnToraiion, a 1
am determined to pay no drM of her eotitraeting
aa long a the rnaainaawar from mt Wn, unh
eou.piiua bjt law. 1AV.D Hot KLMK KY.
l-ergiiin town'hip. Jan. 5 ;;i pd
(1.l"IIOi AH person are hereby caitiiourd
J again trusMtig my wifr Ml. All on m? ar
otiunt, aa I will nv no d lit of ber roiitrar'tinv
i-"iujh inn (U mi to (iT mv.
tho HA n. ronrtt . a, oiiah
FORCEE &, GRAHAM,
uenerai Ulercuandisa and Lnrnhfr.
n I a ... .
uan.o i.rananilnn, prim i.
TIMBER AND COAL LAND
fpilK nil.cribr, nii.liur in l uion townhip,
1 I l-nrfield cunly. 1'enn a. off.n the followma
trwti nf land at private aale, via:
No. 1Contains 110 Acres,
And allowance, aiilr irm of whieh ate eleared
and nnJer e.iod cultivation. aeTinaMhemui aeeeiej
a dwilliB)C houae, lairn and outhouaea, and a large
hearing on hard of ehuee fruit, a rood ipnng of
-i.i, ouiv raeriirni ll-vilr-(.
No. 2-Conlaing 126 Acres,
And allowance, ten aerei rlearrd, and hnvint
thereon ere,'tid a dwrllini houae and CAW .Mil. I..
Timlicr and lo(t ran W run from the mill. There
are two million feet nf time tiniher alone on tint
tract. The whole ii underlaid with
COAL AND IKON OHE.
The Allantir and flreat We-tern railroad and the
W iiiilow railroad hare both aiirreyed their route
thnmi;h ihoft landr..
No letter pro-pert ia now ooYro.1. al nich rea
aonalde ralen. l or furllirr pari leu'.ai a, ad Irrn llie
undert,rne,t, at Ho.'kton po.t ofli,,.
JanS-Sia JOHN HUKSSl.Klt.
is umuku city.
flMIf. PuKisrriWr hunnf ditrrminrii to rrmnrp
L hn rrmitlrnct, Ukc tin mi-lhiMl of mforminr
toe emieiia of I,
iinttKT 1 1 v . fttitl thr nimim..irjr
will of! i r at ptiKltr n hi
rrnti,fn-f. on K AH It It V. Junniiry 12, l,s(7((hf
f'lii.ui(5 vrriinl ) n t, vit:
Oue Team of Bay Mares,
(S'mtjMr 'or timherir,( or farmin; ) one aet of
double llame.ii. one three year old Mare, one Cow.
" " ' ",r one -ri an,tie llaniera.
N..IJ . llr..lH Tl.l . CI 1 ..
j,,-,. UriuJuo'i,. ,d . M ,.f fa iZZZZ
p !""'", n. Alao the follow.
1 Tl . ei i. n....ic
' " w " & "uusc
frame Hanlc aV two Arm of Land,
With a r"od aprint ef water at the door. Thia It
a valuable property, and initalde for a mechanic,
a. thee,, ir plenty of room for hnpi and lurelK-r.
ITS reasonable emlil will Ih? riven. Sale lo
eniotncnce al ono o'clock, p. mM when the tcrwii
w,il he fully ma le known by the nndempned.
,'! 'I JAMF6 M-I'lvlTT.
1u i nni
4 by fim Hi
ii in 'h Mini
Notice ! L.
t I altera Te.tanieni... v.
mi. un. ,.r r-,,,,1 ,n me mt.frtil,,,
it. r. eio 01 nam n&i H......i
Lawrence inwnitop, oarnrid co., 1
ptnout isdrMail lu Ktiala ara r-U-..t,0
, ak liom,liati
; cl,im ,,n ,h, ,,, pre,t ,kf;--
I . Kl JUIIIt kill
; Miiuruucniu i,ir aeiiirmfnT,.
rpni.lt I.IT Foil JA.M'AItY Tni.M n,
1 rtsar rin. '
' ';""n J-T".
Palrnn va Mhv.
iitinftiarrfr ti j-aialrr. .to. jan t Ui,
Jo. !. JimrT., l
Hoiicb ii While,
n. ii, aiir. T., 1.,
Kratrrr ti Ilairan,
tVallnna ra Ankfy,
Oi-nni if ftr-natnl,
KllllIHT VI 1'dli.hlll,
.Ionian VI IHani-hxrrt,
no. o. J.n. T In.
no. rv, Jan. T.. 1
No. 1!, June 1 ., j.,
"P. T.. I..
17. Mr,,. T u,
England va llu fioii,
1 Com. va lin-th.
.to. ol. Jan. T.. l-i
No. 60. M,r. x., .,
fciik'v ri Fiahrr,
.to. I.', Sep. T., ,f .
lt'-iilli-lnan ii SnvoVr,
ltutlf-raliaucU vi Wagoner. No. tin. .luiu. T
.o. an, juu, j ik.
i Tn-uvuluv va limner,
No. 2, Vo. T
Frenrh v svhoow.ver,
I H'-mbr v Thomp.on,
Jo. m. Jan. T., In
No. 4o. Jan. T.. lwrr
-to. 1,4, Jan. T.. ,
tO. .IT1. 1 . .H
No. Mr. T . I f
... . . ...,,,...
t nn'lerpo'il va lt'ihon,
Van'b'ri'itil va t-lioof,
No. ill. June T., I
No. 7", Juiii: T., 1'
j k .. (UT. 1TI,.., "
I ) I l-.ll SI Ml It l Nonce licsU
, 1 un.n that the fi li. sn.jr a,c..uni bnv, i,
""""'"'I "K'1 bv me. and muti.b4
iZXl'Tl'Z'Z "jr i'P"i,,D "''"."f-
rlYMeij. ami will t' j.rf wnt-d tnthr noil Orj-rnw'
Court of rii rft'M rmmlv. U be beli al tbi Uirt
litiiiK', in tin ItitrotiL'ti if Clrarfirlil, wjumiciitmj
on the . nri M'nultiv nf Jnurt, )r-(j7 :
J'artial '-cunt ol Jurnt-n Ili nrtr, one of tho
cxtcuior of ihe lt will ati'l ti-i-tHmi-nt of H.
HfCitrtv, Inte of Mi!i. h tj... Cli-arfirifl dcr'd.
Final arrountol Kmierii-k Kuhler,almii..Mrtor
of alt and finjrular thr hmmU nd chatlcU, riphu
aiwl crtH.iln, hich wre of Carulin TniutM nt, aiv
of llrft'lr towniihip, C'tfurtiehi county, duc'd.
Acrouut of Jiilm V- itherow, r"-Tlii.n of I.vdia
HipartT, onr of the hvrt of K. D. Ilrcartv, lt of
liuhch tnwufhia, (;itartjrld oouutv, deci-atud.
AwudI of John Wltherow, eiionlun of Witt
W. Hcprl.T, oneof Iho hi-ir nf ii. Ii. J. ytriT,lt.
of ( ulirb t'n-lii,. IfnrCt'fd connlv, dttill
Arrount of John Witherow, ffuaiditu of ttnh
A. H' (Eiirty, on of the h-im of It. U. Lrpartv. Ut
of fiuii.-n t.mnshij. Clearfit-Jd county, di-L-cniH.
Final aorciuiit of MuliNel h'tiafer. Vlminiimtor
of all and pinirulnr I be fnh anj ehati-ln. riyLu
and creditu, wbl- b wrc nf Fr-ri k thnUr. Ut
of Hrady towiifihip, (icarfleld rounty, d?raed.
Final arcwnt of Jubn Owen, a-'lmiimtraiornf
all and inular the jrn.wU and chuitt U, ri-bu md
cmlit wiiii h were of I'eUr Ow,n, late orLoiaWr
Citv lminh, Cltarfield cni.ty, di-cfi-nd.
Final ic-oiint of Jwhn Crowtil. admiuiralfif &f
ail and finp-ulur t'je jt-mIb tuid "hait.-U, lijrht tii
rrfxtili, whwbwfir of llnry Crowelljati ot lirui
frrd townnbip. ClearfitJd count y, deceased.
1 be aeomd part ml N-KiKmrutary atx-ouot if (j. J,,
fleed and James B. linihaJn, exeraton of limit
The final aeeouiit of Jamn H. Ira hum ind tt.l.
Reed, trutoci of Mary K. Carlide, uuder the wiU
of Mrnry Loralne, deeruhd.
The fimil afcount of Jaiurt It. Orahttn ar.d (J. L.
Hee l, trunte ol J. O. Irainc, under ihe will of
Henry Lor me, den-itvil.
The aeromit of Th'imaa CidilUII. iyntni- ,J
j Ihe lat will of J. II. Sa.iib, late of Udl tf.nl.ii..
t'liarfi'-ld county, iiwim, fiVd (it Jw.h Vi.
Cainpbeil.the adminiitrator of Said Tbcjoiiis Cusp
The awount of John F. Rot and M. Lirerpnod,
PSrcutorr of the lit will aid tert.roent of Alirahaa
Kjrler, 1ite of iohcn 1p., 1 lrMrbld fi decean-4.
dw IH-t J. ii. RAIttiKR. K-piMer.
" GodeyV LjOwkfof 1867.""
TUi: FASHION j;AUAZl.F.nF THE WoPai.
I IThltAl I ItF. Fine Arid anj Fa ahion. TY
mot uuiffi.ir' . ni S(ed Knrrsvui.". Ikivihrf
lion I'tatCfl. W.Kll V n"n' :m.rm nn urarv mk
yo.inj-; a.iiollirrKS'uluinlv wnh liil, y. Cri;ioil
inuir, worili $.1 a yor. ilibir maa-aiiun rm'.ina
old wurn out music, but the atiliar-rtlura u, U idry
rrt it h- f .10 lita mnrir rtnn. lisrlrnint lw
viirp : i
anMhrr iwuimrltv with Und, r. f'..h,nn.
from Mcaara. A. T. Mrwart Co., of rw Vult,
thr millionaire inrrrhimo, a Kxr in (io lrv, u
only ni:iciinr thai haa them. Ladiif' lnurtr;
Wr aire uiorr nf tbcm in a Trar tlmn an tkM
; ajiuin. In lact, thi- Ka.lv i Hook ruablia ntrr
lailv (o hr h-r own Isiuurt maker.
MimiiM IIahi ivn. aa!linn of "Alow." II ,J
din Tath." Mum .Sola," "Nrnii-aiB"and".Virian"
wrilca fur )od, y rach month, and for no oiiw
wajalinw. A luwiic.r,! hy fan-will lw ,al.!i turd
in IsitJ. We have alao rrUinod ell out old ai i
TtKMS. ( from wliii-h llii rr ran W noilrvialioa :
On, rpy. one yi a'.$-l; lwor.iiH'..oi,e year.t-
Hirer, eojiien. one year, t7 6" ; four eoii. i, ar
year, flu: five eoiiea, one year, (and an ion
roit to the I.eraon (retlina op the eluh, makmc
'. I 5 11
ii;lit eopiea, one yetr, (and sa
exira copv io ti,e p.Teon rt-itm up a,.
inf nine r-.piea.l fjl ; ell 1 1 u eop-. .. out .1 : i
an extra ei.pv lo the jiero eeinn; oi l:.e . .
malum tw.he eopiea. I li;'; jli. Ail im.uk!.'
eluial elub rale. Clul, ful,arrilwra will t Mil
to any poat oltire w herr Ihe aulriUr Ir.ai n'.tti.
(lo-l.-y a l.adv'a Hook and Anunr'r llomr Majun i.
will W sent, each one Ji-ar, on reevipt of s-1 b".
We have no elubwiih env oilier Maaiinc oriirai
par. The nioiiry niu.t hr all aeut at one titai
lor any ol the clulia. Aildrv-ja,
U A. (inMX
drrTS X E eor. Kiih and ( liratnut ro.l'hila
IMT OF Jt HOKSi for Januarr Tern . nt;f.
IWaria llnirv II W right
Hell Henry Dnth.jr
llliaim Kraiiklin Avil
liiit.F liw.rce Turner. Wileoa Hoover
Ilradlorvl Abt.aioni TeBree
llrady Jamea .Vlilea, John II Seller
llurnai.le l'aiml tioriuan, Kichard Alhrrafl,
Client Iroao Nvnpher
t'lrarfnld Tl.oiun. 1 innsherty
CowiiKton Franeia Holler
l urwenanlle Jatnea Audiraoa
(irahani John W Turn.-r
tSuiich . ll Hurley
llutlm John Tyler
Karthaua Hilliaiu Klder
Knov l'riee A Kowlea
I.awrenee Tliomaa Head. Laranii Armatroti(.
I.umlwr CityWill.an, w Kelly
I'lkt Milton Head
TA' rn'i Ji sontrir.at wri i.
Heerana Thomaa .Mullen, jr
llellXelann nunr. Ilavid Merraekin
Ilradf.ird. namnrl tt ,1,0a, 8oott I I, v-al, Henry
tlratnna, John Hn-k
llrady Hand t.-am, Henry Iteams Jamea
Irvin. tiis.rire J H eaver
lrnide Fre-li rirk K.S'he(,l,,.nl. John Kitchen,
John HoRinan. John Kinit. jr, James Weaver
t heat tt ilham Hunter
C'learlield lliehard M.,.op. Ororire C raaaraore
(nrwen.v ille-.l.eol, lilCer, Haniel Chaiul
Iei-alur W illiaia T Tl.on,p.,m
Fert-naon lii-nrfe K TuliLa
Oiraril Mil. bi ll Sh,e
tliilieh .Aiiraham lliera
Hu.ti.D Wilh.i. ll VI o.,dwnrd
Jordrn lohn Hunter. Joaeph I' Jordan, Thotnal
Snieh. Nieholaa Mraw
ii,ii"",-",'rt 'ilo'" A u'ck"k-
l.awrence J,,l,n li,mti,eny. Jr. Mrtin Kline,
John M'lrhell. ,.ry AuKhenl-aiith
M,rT.e-.l.eph ll Hen,,,,,,.. it01lj Pparkman
ew W ii'hinilon Janien l',k
IVnn Thoiuai Itaderty, HK, Hooter. Jamea
t h ary '
l'ike Th irnai l.orf
1 nion-IM,-, 11 lloorr, Levi It Dreaaler, Horace
A lortni T, Henry Tenia
TatVKUKK jt noita aa-i-oan wara.
rtoer Jonaa Prlera
lira. Iford John l.ivir.r.ton
Itmdy John Hel-erlina-. Oeorjre M Thompann,
Henry Anrwol. Ianiil tt Iteania, Oeorga knner,
Frederick Korhe, C It l.uta
llnni.ide Jea.e Ilutton
t'he Adam Hairiry. William Rowland, Joko.
Khorer. John Frailev, liwrenee killiaa
Cm inirton F F t'oulrirt
Clierhi ld .l,M.,'ph s'rBW
lieeatur Wahmatiui Kline
Huston 1. H I.acore
Karthawa John llilliland. Joaeph llilhland
Knot Jamea Haler
Lawrence Mnrria F Wa'lace. John A. Read,
Joha W Tale. Alexander Heed, Jr "
l.nmler City Jamea Arthura
New Waahnifrtna ltaarll McMorraT, rrar-k
pike Jamea R Caldwell, J Lina Uoorer, Iiaa
I'enn Jijin Flinn
Woodward-Williara La'hrr, fhrLtlaii Kim?
!laa - Q. - i P,