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In North Ceatral Pennsylvania. ,
Terms of Subaoription, . '
,f paid In advance, or within 1 months.,, ,99 Oil
If paid alter 3 anil before 6 months 9 CO
(f paid aftar to expiration of I won t hi.., 9 OO
, Ratos oi AdrertUinf $
Franiieat adwtlsetoeRta, par squarn of 10 Haeaor
less, tttaea or laaa. Hm. ..4I
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niiiflatt'in not lee i m.-. ......., t 10
ProfoMinnnl Catnip, & llnea or leas, I year...- a 0
Ioflal arttlcea.per UntM . 10
I .attar I ooUmn...... ...$& OS
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I Kiuare H AO I 1 aInmHm IM 00
oeoror n. OOOniANIBR,
THUS. H. sHRRAY,
MURRAY & GORDON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
l:JU7l CI.KARFlKI.il, f A.
ATTORN KY-AT-L AW,
- WW Ulead te ill Weiooel eatruiled to blm
piomptly uml faithfully, anvil Tl
WILLIAM A. WAI.t rR.
PA? 10 L, MRRIk
4tm V. WRlOtRT.
MARRY F. WALL A re.
WALLACE & KREBS,
(Suwiiora to Walluoa A tialding,)
A T 1 0 II N K Y 8 - A T - L A W,
1I IJ7J Olcarflttd, Pa.
r r. vilsux. h. n. a. a. tar VAbian, .
DBS. WILSON & VAN VALZAH,
Offlco- tn mldtnea or Dr. Wilaan.
Orrica iloraa: From IJ to I p. a. lr. Van
VaUab cao ba found at night la bli rooma, neit
door to lUrlnwiek A lrm a urn Biora, mr
D"1L JEKFKUSON LITZ,
Will proiuptljr alltnd all oalit In Itan llnaofbla
lonai n a. 'i.iAti.r. dikl w. color.
McENALLY & MoCUEDY,
A T TO UN E Y8- AT-L A W,
-Lil boalnoai siundad to promptly wltkj
IJplllr. UBloo on Daoond atraal, aboTa iba Firat
National Bank. Jan:liJ
G. R. BARRETT,
Attornbt anii CoiihsbXob at Law,
. Cl.KARMfcLU, PA.
f llarln raflitnad M Jdaabip, baa reaaoiad
h. prooliea ! tba taw In bla old ooa at Cloai
BI, l'a. Will altand Ihoaonrttof J.Uaraoa and
Klk ooonll.1 wban iiiooiallT louiood la oonaaoUoa
ltll roaiilent oouoaol. 1:11:7
WM, M. McCULLOUGH,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
MMia In Court limine, (harln" OHIee)
l.ral bullae i promptly attended to. Ileal aetata
.oiijjbt and eoia. t J"
J, W. BAN T Z,
AT TORN EY-AT-LAVV,
-OBoa la Pla'a Opera llouaa, Boom So. 4.
All le.;al boelneti .nlru.l.l to b: oara pmaiptlj
A . "wT VV A L T E R 8 ,
ATTUKKEY AT LAW,
fcetOBee In flrikaai'a Row. " dael-1,
H, w. smIt h
ATTORN EY AT LAW.
iffira an daoond SL, Claartald, Pa. taotlla
ATTORN EY AT LAW,
eWOmoe la Pia'a Opera llooae. tJ?11''87
JOHN H. FULFORD,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
-0flfle in Pia'a Upere Uouaa, Room No. t.
Jan. I, Hit.
JOHN L. CUTTLE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
ml Heal Batata Agent, Clearfield, Pa.
omea aa Third atreal, bat. Cherry A Walnut.
T-Reapeetfully ofera hia aarvleaa ia lalliag
ad buying laada la Olearlald aad adjaialag
teanliiei and with aa aiparianeaol ore, twenty
ware aa a earreyor, lettere kiaiaelf that be eaa
eaeer aallafaaltoa. Fab. I:M:lf,
FEEDEEICK O'LEAEY BUCK,
JCUlYENEIt A CONVEYANCER,
General Life and Fire Ins. Agent.
Doeli of Conreyanoa, Artielei of Agreement
vnd all legal papera promptly and neatly ano
inted. Ollloe In Pie'i Opera llonae, Room No, 4.
Clearfield, Pa., April 111,11174.
J. BLAKE WALTER8,
REAL ESTATE BROKER,
law leog and Iiumber,
)Uoa In 8raham' Row. MotTI
J. J. LINGLE,
ATTORNEY-AT - LAW,
1:11 Oeeeola. Clearfleld Co., Pa. y:pd
laallareton. Clearfield County, Peau'a
- a.AIl legal buaineaa promptly attended to.
DR. T. J. BOYER,
PUY8ICIAN AND SO R0 BON,
OIHoa oa Market Street, Olearteld, Pa.
arOSoe honra: to 11 a. ., and 1 to 1 p. m.
JJR E. M. 8CHEUBER,
Offlaa la feiideaeo on Market it.
April 14, 1171. ' ' ' ClearileldJ
D R. W. A. MEAN 8,
PHYSICIAN A SURGEON
Will at too J profaeiional ealla promptly. auglt7t
j. 8. BARN HART,
ATTORNEY . AT - LAW,
Till nraellee ia Ulrargeld and all of theCnorll of
.0 lith Jndielnl illltriot. Real aetata anelneae
d oolleeUon of alalma aiado epeoialliaa. alii
BAEBEB 4 HAIE DEESSEB,
... HCOND ITRKET,
y,l) C I. B AW PI El. O. PA. ft
JAMES 0. WHITE,
BAltHKU AND HAIR PRESSER
Reomi la ibe Leonard llonae.
T. A. FLECK & CO.,
Agoata la Cleariokl aoanty for ibe aala af
E. BVTTKttlCa ea CO-t
Faahionable Fattena of Garment,
' ' all ITTLH tan anaa. ,
S:t Market Hlreai ClearAld, Pa.
T. M. ROBINSON,
Maaafaelaret aad dealer la
Harness, Saddles aad Miles,
Callera, Whips Braihae, Fly BeU, Trlaamlaga.
llnrea SUnbeti, ae.
Vaaaam. Prank Mlller'e and Raalaroel Oil-.
A real fee Beitav aad Wieaoa'a Baggloe.
Ontera aad reaalrnaB aroaaptly
bop ea Market atraat, Clearaela, Pa, la room
formerly eeeapied by Jaa. Aleaaeder. I:4T4
JAMES E. WAT80N A CO.,
RKAL ESI AT I BROKKRB. ""
Hoaaae aad Oleee te let, ColUeUeai peeeapUy
made, aad IrMleoa Ooal .u Pifeae Leaidl
aad Iowa pronertr lor aala. OBaa ia Waal
Hotel Rending lid floor), Beeead it. (myll'tdy
G00DLANDER 4 HAQERTT,
VOL 48-WHOLtf NO.
A. Q. KRAMER,
A T T O B N E V - A T - L A W ,
HmI K.I.U.ad OollMlloa Af.il,
CLBAKVIK1.U, PA., '
Will promptly attend to all Irgal builptn tn
tra.td to Mi ear.
Otlte. in Pte'l Opara Iloaaa, arrond door.
luha II. Orrli. 0. T. Alalandcr. C. M Bonara
ORVIS, ALEXANDER 4; BOWERS,
ATTOKNKYH AT L A W.
Hullcfoute, Pt. . u2S,'ihy
PHYSICIAN & SUKGEON,
AVINU l.otJ at PenndcM, Pa., offer! bit
IX profeialonal Mrtlooa to tbo people ol Ibat
pluoe and larroundiug oonntry. All eall. prompt
(tended lo. "t.
GEORGE C. KIRK,
Jullea of tbe Peaoe, 8nTejor an Coaeanoer,'
All builneM Intrnited to blm will be promnlljl
attended la. Parioni wiiblnf to employ a Sur
earor will do wall to lv taitn eall. ai bo Better"
himielf tbal be oan render latl.roetion. Keedi of
oonvejanoa, artielei of agreement, and all legal
papera, promptly and neatly eaeented. tiiavTd
JOHN D. THOMPSON,
Joitloa of the Peace and Sorlrener,
fc.Colletiona made and BioneY promptly
paidoran J'kM 'J'..
aao. Aiaant aaaar aLiiat..... w. At.Bat
W. ALBERT & BROS.,
MaaufMturerl A aaleniivo Daalara in
Sawed Lumber, Square Timber, &o.,
WOODLAND, PENN A.
-Ordera olioitad. Billi Blled oo abort aotloa
and reneonable tarma.
t Addr... Woland F, .J
" FRANCIS COUTRIET,
Frencbvllle. Clearel4 Coautjr, Pa.
Keepa eonatantly hand a fall "rtm.M
Dry Unada, Hardware. Oroeerie., and '"rytb'ng
aanally k.Jt In a r.la.1 atora, whtob will baaold,
foroaeb, al eb-ap aa el.e.b.ra in the oonnty.
Frenabvillo, June 17, 1807-ly.
fl h lo maV h.forcee,
Alio, eal.niire m.nufaclarer and dealer In Daaara
limber and Sawed lumberof all kindi.
tr-0rdara aollcltl and all bill, prom ptly
Lillet.. V -
House and Sign Painter and Paper
fcevWHI eleeate Jobl In bla line promptly and
la a workmanlike meaner.
Q H HALL,
PRACTICAL PUMP MAKER,
NEAR CLSARFIKLD, PENN'A.
-Pnipa alwaya on hand and made to order
onlbort notion. Pipe, bored o. raaaaaakto tanak
All work warranted to render atiafaetlaa, aad
delirared if d.ilrad. ."JTl.'
" E. A. BIGLER 4. CO.,
aad aaanuraoturere ai
ALL UaMUF IAWEB MJHBEB.
t7l CLERFIKl.U, rSHfl a.
JAS. B. GRAHAM,
Real Estate, Square Timber, Boards-,
MllNQLErl, LATH, 1-n.r.aia,
1:1071 Clearfield, Ta,
Stjuare Timber & Timber Lands,
Jeiril CLEARFIKLD, PA..
DR. J. P. BURCH Flr.LU,
late Sergeoa of tba .ld Regiment, Pannayleanla
Volaauerl, aaemg reir.. ,. ... .
affera bli profaaaional lartleei la tbaeitiaeaa
af ClaarlaldaoBBiy. ......
.aMr...tAn&l .alia BToatetty attonaea 10,
ft 7 a..A.A .treat, formarlvoeenpled by
H.. N A U G L E ,
WATCU MAKER & JEWELER,
and dealer ia
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silver
and Plated Ware, Sc.,
j.,0'7, CLBAKFULU, PA.,
AVD BBALKB IB
VAtchos, Clocki nd Jewelry,
01-aiaa'e Men), Jfortrl aareil,
All kinda of repairing la mj liao promptly at-
ended to. Apnl JS, l7J.
REIZENSTEIN 4 BERLINER,
wholesale dealer! In
GEMS' llRMSllHG GOODS,
Hera removed to l"T Oharrb alreet, between
Franklin nnd White ell., New York. JySftl
"llUs E. A. P. Rynder,
ABBBT BOB '
Chlekerlog'i, Blel.w.y'i aad Eatanoa'a Plaaoi)
Dmltk'a, ateioa A Hanlla'l aad raloabal'l
Organi aad Malodeoai, and flporar A
Baher'i tewing Machine!.
ALIO TBACBBB BB
Plaao, QalUr, Orgaa, Harmony and Vocal Mb.
air. No papti tekoa for loia than half a term.
jMerRoome ppoi! (lollrh'i Furnitnra Htore.
wTarl.ld. May I, 1 sni.tr.
j. aoLLtwaua a. nana oakbt
H0LL0WBUSH & CARET,
Blank Book Manutacturers,
tie Mark rkllnMphim.
tea, Paaar Flow 8aaka aad Baga, Fooleeap,
Latter, Haw, Wrapping, Cartaln aad Wall
P. BIG LRU 4 CO
hav for aalo
CARRIAGE A WAGOI WOODS,
HUBS, SPOKES, FELLOK8, Ao.
Carriage aad Wages Mahoea abeald make a
aote ol able aad eall aad exeaaiae nheen. They
will b aeld at fair prleee. - aajllll
TONES SAW OUHMERS AND
SAW TJ P 8 B T 8 . .
We bare raeelred Ibe agoaay far the above aed
will eaH tboaa al meaafaelorae'a prioea. Call and
"irTMi"' F. BIOLBR A CO.
Honntaln Echo Cornet Band,
CORWENSTILLi, FA. "
MUSIO rarsleku4 rot Plenlat, FeeHtaW, Cos
earta, Uerarea, Ae., aa reaeowbble tare.,.
Addreeo, I. R. SrONlH. See-r,
ajayfl-emi ' Carweaivflle, Fa,
W. H. MoENRUE, .
' ATTOSKSY-lT-l- IT,
' Reel trtaU Agent aad Inearaaea Broker,
A goat for Oalgetag aad taeeaalag tlaaaaen.
rung Baaared by any peabtaei Liae.
T)Y f IrUt of R wrll Ol nri Fatiiu, litti
.MM autof tb ('ovritf CotnmoB PUu cf CltM
rUlii eounty. ind lo dir dtrelrtl, thtr ttlll
0Xod to PUB MO HAM, at tlio Camti Haw,
in tb bvrotiRh of GloftrfUl). oh Baturdt.', lb
Slit dy of tHtobr, lN74,Rt 1 It, p m-f
ibr futlwwlnir Kl K Intt, lo wi i
Alio, ill Irn rflii, tl'lo ond Inttrrit of Jmmnf
I. Hwl of in Rnd In Ibn followinjt duMribad tor
trtl tnctp of land illunto in Lowrvnoo to w nib I p,
oouDty el ClorUslti, ond Htito of PeonijIvtniRi
bnimiivd ainl flfnoribfd Ri follow, lo wits
aNu, I lifylnnlnft tt n pott i thn north Sft do
(rcu nl M f robt lo n pool i tbtnoo north AO
U'grwi oriI liU pcrobci to poilt ibtnot outb
11 tlFjrreci lt 8l perch ri to R homlonk t theitot
ouih 00 itairreoB w '0 ptrrtboi to tht pluot of
br-finninit, roiitnlniriK OU norR Mt 01 fwrohM,
bouRilcd li v Undo of Awn Iteotl, Jualb rioni
on, Jrhh-i Lailo (tod othiTi, nnd Mag n of
ib Kolt laosffo nurrry, wiib 60 loroo, nioro or
leiH, olrRred tbcroon, with n two-itory framo
bouio, )Rr(o bnk btru, wagon abod nnd other
outbuilJirgi tlioreun trrcifd. A od tiog tit
water Rtid Iruli treo grow. (iff, aima it.
JN(W l. A ni ilwr tfMtttr bwoo r uoi r4 ,
julning tin rUuvv, U-in( tu R purl of origioRl ,
tirtcy in the name or liooen Ihirki, enUiiiii(
fl( orf, utote or !rl, bounded hy land of Mar 1
K. Kerl in tho north, iy land or tfoilan lnmup
n and Ljpllo on thi eait. by land or Milton H,
Miliar on tlio touth nod hjr laada of Aaron C.
Tatu on ilia wrt, ha ring ahuut 20 acrt-a olfarrtl
t tier eon with r boarina; orchard.
Ao. 1. Alio, on I nor tract or pteoo or land
Rljknii)g tlia nbova, being nlao a unrt of tba
Itolxrt Tloggii trnot, bouo'lfd nn ai-acribod ri
follow , vli: Jtfgluninif at a fiutt on towmhip
niarlt tlianeo along aaid townabip road nortb M
legreea wat Xfl purebea to a poal on aaid publio
ruad t Ihi'Doe nortb ft.i degroaa eal 24 pon-haa to
a poat In lino of original Hobort liogga aorrajr ;
thenoa aiqth SI dogreea eatt 29 parcnaa along
aid original lioa of Kobart Uoggi to a poat;
tliunce aouib SNA dpgreoi wait 20 porebea to plaoa
of boginnlng, oontainlng four aerva more or lew,
and being a reservation out of tract told to Mil
tun 11. Miller, with a two-atory frana homo and
otlirr outbull'ling tberoon cractad, and tbe land
all being elaared and under enlliratlon. Belied,
taken in eiccotloo and to ba aoldai tbo property
of Janica M. Rood.
Trrmi or 8ali Tba prion or an in nt which
tho property aball bo atruek off ainat ba paid at
the time of aala, or aueb o her arrangement
madeaawlll bo apiroTd, atboTwUa tho prnporty
wil ba ImaiadiaUly pat op and aola again at
tbo oxpoaao and riak of tho peraon to whom it
waa atraclt off, and who, la oaaaof deOoienay at
aueb ro aalo. aball make good Ihaaama, nnd in
no laaianea will tba Uaad b praaantad In Oonrt
for cod fir mat too unleaa tba money la actually
paid to tbe 8hehff. W. It. Mv I'll K HSg.V
BnRRtrr'R Orrirn, KberilT.
Clearfleld, l'a., Ool. H, 1074. :
IOURT iM.OCL.MATION'. "
ntTAP. Hon. C. A. WAYKIt, Weaident
Judge of tbo Court of Common I'leae of tbo twenty-filth
Judicial Dlatriut, oonpoHd of tba coua
tlei of t'learflrlJ, Cantra and Clinton, and Hun.
WM. L rULKV and Uon. JUUN l. KHAU. Aa-
aoeiato Judgee of Clearfleld ounnfy, bare iatued
tbeir pratrpt, to tna direaled. for tbe holding of
Aiiiouraeu uoun oi coinmrm rieaa, ai mo
Coart llauao, at Clearfleld, In and for the coun
ty of Clearfield, ooraneneliig on tba 8KCOND
MONDAY, 111 K IH DAY Of NOVKMBKH,
H,4. and eontiauing two week a,
KOT1CK ia therefor hereby given to jarartand
nitoaiKa, In nod fer aaid noanly of CMaarOold to
bo and appear tn their proper poreona, at 1 1 o'olonk
A. M. of aaid day, to do tboaa tbiaga which tn
their behalf pari. in to ba dona,
til V KaN and it any band at Clearfield, tl.li Ulb day
of uetober, in tbt year of our LoroWoe tbovoand
oight hundred and aaventy-tour.
W. K.MclUliKiOAV, HberiC
T riilVATE SALE.
Tba undcraitned, In Watt Clearfleld, offera
at private aala one full brad bay Mara, with aolt
y "uomtraoana, ' a nrat-ciaaa ariveri oaa ngna
two-boraa farm Wagon t on at af farm or lum
bar harneaa, niadiom befi ; on nof tbraa-aoatod
Uola, importable aaata, earoac, Brnaawla onxhlana,
built by Ayara A Co., W illinmaport, With brake,
will earry lo.HR lba.( and ara vary light. Alao,
at Pentield, Hapton townabip, Clearfleld aoanty,
Pa a now Hotel, with taruiture, atae of lot, alia
20 i ana mwnll Htara and lot MsJMf atd m
lot 10x100, all with good (Voce. A lie, aowia
good Colta, airad by ' Contraband, and gaud
to area. Alan, auiaa good ian in riaoaaa, oo
milea aoutb of Lawrenee, in Anderaon aoanty, 0
in ilea from Garnet l, eoanty aaal.
Vor terwia, Aa., Inquire of tbe nndaraignao ra
aidiug la Wcat Claarbald, Claarlrld oonnty, Pa.
Clearfleld, Pa., Oet. 14-01 ' .
All naraoni harln? elalml againat tba Orer.
eaora of tbo P.r of Woodward townehip, are
hereby netined Ibat a meeting or tbe Poor urer
aeera ef aaid towaehln will bo held at Happy
Valley Kohoolroem, oa Haturday. the Slot day
of October. IH14, for tbo porpoeo of aaltling np
all tba baek Blending aeoonnti for Poor parpneea.
All parliee net proeonting their elalmi oa or be
fore Ibat day, will fororer thereafter he debarred
agaiait eolleatlng tbea. . . l" nr,
Madera, Oet. II, lOTI lt) Oeereeerl
Dftvtd Kihard and Joaenh Rrliard, In ibe mercan
Ula buaineaa, at New Millport, waa dtaaolvad by
mutual oonaent oa the loth of Juno laat. Rilbar
of tba membera of iba tm nro aaihoriaad to
mako aettlaajanU. Tboaa knowing tbemaelraa
Inddiktrd to the lata Arm are rennet lew to 001
forfard and avttla their aeoonaia wiihoat delay,
DAVID KKH Aril,
N. M lllpwri, Oct. 14, 1874.-41
Kotlea li harabr alvon ibat Let tare Taita-
mentarr on the Eit.te of KL17.A FI.AN1UAN,
lata of Clearfleld borough, daa'd., bare been grant
ed to tba underaianad. All arraoaa Indebted to
aaid Hal ate are required to make Immediate pay
meat, and tboaa having olalua agalnat It are re
quired to preeeat them, duly ant nan ileal an, wttn
out delay, to tbo underrigned.
JAM KM U, UIlAIIAiW,
Clearfield, Oat. U, 1074-Ot.) iaoatar.
OCK HAVEN SELECT SCHOOL.
Tbo ellLlb year of Mlea Rldaoa't Soleet
ftobool waa epooed Anguet Slat. Puptle from a
dtitanoo ean ba boarded la tbe family with tbe
pritaipaJ, and will reeeiro her poreoaal eara.
For parllealara addreet
. r lh Uaean. Pa.
Referearea Hoa. C. A, Mayer, Ilea. L. A.
Maokey, Ree. Joe. Nribill, 8. R. Peale, Koq. .
Oetobor 14, 1SI4.-4I
Notiee la hereby erlvra thai Lettere af Ad-
mlnl.lretl.m 11. II. N. 0. I. A , on the aetata ef
WM. 8. UltAKY, late af Beoearla tewnihlp,
Clearfleld oonnty, Pa., deeeaaod, baelag been
duly granted to ibe aaderiigned, all pereoai ia
dobled to aaid ailata will pUaae aaaka laamadtate
paymeot. and lb ea baring elatma or damanda
will preeenl them properly euthenlieeted for aat.
lemeni witnoat oei.y. .a a Jv3 vtvarvi,
Ulea Hope, Oel. 14 lit)
a Iraapaaarng an the protnlaee of the aob-
aerlhor, maiding In iTnino town-hip, on or about
tba I at of Aagnet laat, TWO 8TKKK8, abowt
ara old. They ara both red, with aery largo
loraa oa the one, aad tha atbar baa email bera.
Tbo awaer la hereby aat) lied to nemo forward,
prove hia propetty, pay ahsrgaa and take them
away, or they will bo difpoeed of aa the law di
rect, it tt;Nt.i rani.
3TUAY OK STOLKN.
There aetraved from tha paatnrt af tbe an
dersignad, rcatdlng la Kylertowa, on or about
the ?i1 day of Oc lobar lH. a MOlIT BAT
IIOflHIt, abont 9 yeara old, abort, heavy aat, etar
la forehead, and a wart tn one oar Persona
elfin Inlormatlmi whieb will land to the race
ary of tba animal or of Ha wberaabonta, will ha
liberal I r rewarded mr mrir iron rue.
Kylortown, Ort. H-8t '
Came treananlac en the premlene of the aab-
aeribor la Beoearla towoahip, I white baga, ea-
eepliog ene baring two alaok .pete aa II, aap
poeed ta be abont ene year eld. Too awaer ia re
quested ea boom torwerd, Brave property, pay
eharaea aed bake I bona away, ar they will be dia-
poaed of aeeordlng le tew. JOS, W. LULL,
dlea Hepe, Oot. 14 1174 II.-
A DMINISTRATKIX'8 NOTICE.
A a. Rvtlee la hereby given that lettere eradaata
lltratloa ea the eetate of JIMI N A. THOMPSON,
lata el Kred'ord top., Clearfleld Ce., Pa., daa'd,
bavlag beea dnly graatod te tbe aaderalgaed,
all pereenB Indebted te Bald eetate will pleaae
rake Immediate aaymeat. Bad lb eaa bavlag
elalaa ar dovaeada will preeeat them preparl.
aataaanaaaea let Baanomeat witawat sola.
NARCY . THOMPSON,
Soft It, IM4 te . ... AAaatalaaratriB.
TJOU8B AND IX)T FOR SALE!
1 I The tloaae aad UI as Ibe earner f Mar.
hot aad Fifth it ran U, Clearfleld, Fa., b far aala.
The lot eeutatet aaarly ia aete of groaad. ' Tbe
keaee lo a large doohle freaee, saaUleiag atas
raema. Far terma aad otbor ratacBaaUoa apply
ta tbe oabeorlber, at tbe ran Oalea.
covll F. A. eAttLtlf.
BY JtfUM 0. BfllTTIBB.
Heap high the farmer'a wintry board I
Heap high the golden eorn I
No riulier gift baa autumn poured
From out bla larl.b horn 1 '
Let otbor landa, exulting, glean
Tba apple from the nine,
Tho orange from the gloaey greoo,
Theeluatar from tbe rinoi
We better lore the hardy gin
Our rugged value beelow,
. To cbeer ui when the atortn ibaJl drift , 1
Our barrel! flelda with aaow.
Tbmugb vaba of gran and ntaadi ef Sowerl
Our plowa tbrir fttrrowi aiado,
While oa the hill, the aua aad abowera
Of ohaageful April played,
We dropped He lead o'er hill aad plain,
Henoalh tho aan of May,
And frightened from our iproatlng grain
The robber erowi away.
All through the leog, bright daya of June,
lie ieaeea grew green and fair,
Aad wared tn not midaammer'a noon
, Ma aolt and yellow, halt, , .;i,1Jt, wlfc4.
And now with Autumn a moualigbt eyva,
lta harraat'time baa aomo,
We pluoK away tba froatcd laarel
Aad bear tba treaeura home.
Then, rleher than the fabled gin,
Appnto ibowerad of old,
Fail haada the hrokea grata aball lift,
Andknaad lta, meat of gold.
Let rapid Idlrraroll la illk
Around their ooitly boartl )
Give bi the bowl of lamp and milk,
By boiaelpnn beauty poured.
Where'er the wide old kltehee hearth
Sendi ap ill amoky eurli.
Who will not thank the kindly earth,
Aad bleaa cur farmer girla 1
Tbea ahame on all the proud aad vain,
Whole folly laagbi to aoora
The bleiilng of our hardy grain,
Our wealth of golden eora I
Let earth witheld her goodly root, '
Let mildew blight the rye.
Oive to the worm Iba orebard'l ftail,
The whaat-leld to Ibe By
But let tlie good old eora adora
The billi our falberl trod )
Still let ue, for bte goldea eorn,
Bend np our tbanka to Uoa 1
CRVsnrxa out lovisuxa.
A CRIME rtiR WHICH ORANT DE'KRVIA
The Faiit of the touisiaua Cvnxpiraey
The Vtetiient, the Attorney-General,
and Contjremurn Acting Kith the Cor.
tpiratort. o civilir.cil iieonlo on enrth liuvo
boon no groawly otitra(otl by their rulcin
M have llioxuxil' tho M Into of Luuisiutia
by 1'roHititMit Grunt iiikI hi Attornoy-
Gonoral Williuiim and rvlutions, in
Now Orleans. The followiiiK ittuto
niunt of f'nt'U we tukc from tlie Now
York Tribune, 0110 of the Acknowlotlfrod
organ of tho Grunt party, And it munt
bo accepted as true by the member of
that party. It is no "Democratic lie,"
but a true Ktntoment of fact) by the
enemy, ao lamuniiiK that every decent
Itiiiiuhlican should bo oflended at it
and annist in correcting it, hefuro the
country lorcctl into anotner civil
war, courted anil lostcrcu uy motto at
tho head of the General Government,
who, if tho Tribune editor tell the
truth, have earned the) penitentiary if
not a more luiiiininry imniBuuicuv. nut
read what the editor of that journal
Tho donimentii cantnrod In Ma
Kollo(f,K' 000 at New Orlenm have
made it aw clear a noonday that tbe
iitHUllation of Killings: was tho reault
of coiiKpirary in which liK'al politi
cians, officers of tho Y ederal Govern
ment, and members of t'ontfreits wore
equally implicated. That there were
f .1 ,"...:.... ff t..V
imuus in tlio eiecnuii ui eiti,orij
have uuiirtunutelv no room to doubt ;
nevertheless, McEnery was elected,
tho lawful EotnroiiiK Hoard properly
awanlcd him the ontce, and the close
of November, 1872, saw tho Adminis
tration threatened with tbe loss ol Lou
isiana. A scheme was then contrived
bv William Tut Kelloirif, 8. B. Pack
ard and James F, Casey, aided by cer
tain high liinctionanes in asuington,
to reverse tho verdict of tho election.
Tho first step was to cniraire Judirc
JHirell to put in motion tho machinery
of tho United States Court for the pur
pose of ousting the Returning Board
and settinir un in its stead a fraudulitnt
and collusive body which should count
in Kelloirifand an Administration Leg
islature. The noxt was to procure
troon to cxceiito Dundl'a expected
decrees. Accordingly on tho third of
December, at a tuno wbou tliore was
no disturbance, nor threat of any kind,
the Attorney-General lottnchcd this
despatch to Marshall Packard, like a
thunderbolt out of clear sky i "You
are to enforce tho decrees and man
dates of the United Hiatus Courts, no
matter bv whom resisted, and General
Emory will furnish you with all the
necessary troops for that purpose."
Two companies of the First Artillery
were ordered Irom r londa lojsowur
loans. They arrived on the night of
me Din. junge Asurreu unmouittiuiy
applied to himself at his own lodgings,
shortly before midnight, without the
presence of tbo counsel on either side,
lor an ordor in the case of Kellogg
Against VYarmoth, commanding the
Ularahal to take, possession of the Htalo
MARCIUNIl ON THE ST ATI tH08.
'Anned with this void mandate, Mr.
1'ackard, who happened, of connie hy
the merest accident, to he present
when the Judges moved himself to
grant it, marched tho soldiers to the
Htato House at two o'clock tn the morn
ing, prevented tho Legislature from
assembling, and guvc time tor Ins illegal
Returning Board, assisted by further
void ordors from Judge Durell, to sot
tin g, pretended Legislature in its place.
The pretended Legislature, assembling
under protection of tho Federal bayo-
ucts, removed uov. wat-moth uy a
pretended process of impeachment,
rushed through contrary to law In the
course of two or three hours; installed
Pinchhack ; and then waited for a re
sponse Irom Washington.
"Tkodecroo, if enforced, telegraphed
Casey to tho President, "will save the
Kepuiihcan majority, and giro Louisi
ana a JCepuliltcan legislature ancinlato
Government." "Our members arc poor
and adversaries am rich. There Is
danger that tlicv will break our quo
rum. If requisition of Legislature for
troops is complied with, all difficulty
will be dissipated, the party tailed, and
everything go on smoothly." "Demo
cratic membera of Legislature taking
their seats. Important that you im
mediately recognise Gov. Pinchback's
legislature in some manner, oo toe
next day Attorney-General Williams,
who bad meanwhile been in telegraphic
communication with .Marshall 1 a K
ard, sent A despatch to Pinchhack
"Let it be understood that you are re
coirnlsed by the Prrwidonl as the law-
. t v . f . r . . . .1 . 1 .
1UI rjXOCUllvw ill AAruioianm, atiu eiiat.
the body assembled at Mechanics' In
stitute ia the lawful Legislature of tba
ritat. To ft ooromlttoo ol rlt liens,
asking to be beard In behalf of the
legitimate, authority thus outraged.
Mr. WiUUmsrepliod: "Tour visit with
a nnira red citiaena will he unavailing,
so far as the President I onncerned.
Hia decision is made and will not be
PRINCIPLES, KZT MEN.
PA., WEDNESD1Y, OCTOBER 28, 1874.
HiHiNa conns. -HKN
The plotters In New Orleans and tlio
plottera in Washington' having thus
performed their resjiecl to parts, It re
sulted that Kellogg was thrust into
tlio Govornorship, and there wore two
.egisiuiurcs ami two persons claiming
admission to tlio ijiiiumi mates Nenate.
This threw tho controvn'My Into Con
gress, and it became Im'xirlanl fur Mr.
Kellogg to make sure of iViends In tlmt
bwly without a moment delay, One
of the must important wneons at the
capital, owing to his o, reial rolations
witn the AiiLuiiilsU utiijsi party, was
William E. Chandler, Kocretary of the
National Itepiiblictin Executive Com-
nnttco. Kellogg hired Kr. (.'IiiindlcVa
services, and paid for flwin ivilliotit
any ciixunilocutlon. ttivi'-i lilin at the
start a retaining fee of COO with the
understanding tlint ho shnnltl have
moro when be had earn'".', it. Chand
ler exertH lrlair jAkW UMig
the IlppitlilicniiHenatorsnnil Represen
tatives, lbs Attorncy-Gcnornl took
enro of tho executive bntncli of tho
Government. "Chandler has worked
with us nobly," writes Kollogg's law
yer, Mr. Billings, "and more effectually
tl in 11 any one, r.i'Cryif M illmmt.
Kellogg tiid not trust, however, en
tirely to the influence of ('handler.
His opponents hud applied to the
United States Supremo Court for a
writ of prohibition to check the out
rageous orders of Judge Durcll. It
was not tin ulaitiiing movement, for
repeated decisions of the court had
settled the point that an application'
of that sort could not bo granted.
v .i..i i. ..a-....i...l lt7.ii - ....
1 wvrriiivivoo, ii iuuiugo iuufu;u; uu
opportunity to retain several persons
oi infliiunce. Caleb ('uniting received
12,000, one-half of which he "found it
desirable, to deliver to Mr, Chandler,"
leaving certainly a generous lee for
his owu easy service. Mr. Curpenter,
the most important man in tho Situate
after Mr. Morton, (whom Kollngjr had
already) was retained at the suspicious
and wholly disproportionate price ho
says of $11,000, though Congressman
Nvnlier calls nt (4 500 ami at tho other
end of the Copitol Kellogg pitrchased
the services ol ilr. Benjamin p. JJtitlcr.
After these investments Kellogg re
mained undisturbed through tbe whole
of tho session. There were several
resolutions in tha House of Represent
atives for the investigation of Louisi
ana affairs, but they never came to
anything, Mr. Butler staving olT action
on tho pica that he meant to bring in
a bill tor a new ejection, which lie
failed to do. The Judiciary Commit
tee took tho case into consideration,
but Mr. Butler was the most influen
tial mcmlier of that committee (practi
cally its chairman), and it made no re
port. In the Menate, however, mere
was more trouble and this brings us
to the most remarkable chapter in the
KKI.LOUU'S OR BAT BLL'NMCR.
Kellogg had mAile one great blunder.
lie was not good pay. Mr. Chandler,
for instance was highly dissatisfied
with his composatioit, and wrote to
the Governor in a strain of menace.
I have learned what yon have done
for other eoamowt here- Hnrlng my ab
sence, and am very much gratJlledlliut
yon were able to respond to their de
mands. You must not now forgot or
neglect mo, hut must make me a re
mittance, and itotiirht to bo as lame as
you send or havo sent U anybody elso."
I handler wished mo to write to yon
about his fee," says Billing. "I would
arrnngo the matter with him at the
earlient wiowtftif pomiblt." There was
tho samo difficulty with Mr. Carpenter.
Mr. t arpentor received nan uir ae
mands on account At first, when tho
Louisiana ease came into the Senate
ho stoutly defended the usurpation,
taking precisely the same stand as Sen
ator Morton. Then tha matter was
reforrcd to a cotnmitloe of which he
wasamembor. With his claim against
Kellogg still unsettled, ho made bis
celebrated report a mouth afterward,
recommending a now election and the
re-establishment of the defunct War
moth administration ail interim; but
as it unwilling to push his cliont too
far, he consented to an amendment
which virtually recognised tho Kellogg
government. The bill was lost.
Even after this warning Mr. Kel
logg did not pay. Threo months af
terward Mr. Carpenter went to New
Orleans and made a curious speech to
the people a speech which Senator
Morton declared ho could not under
stand, because it must offend both
sitles. But we are tempted to conclude
that Kellogg understood it, for the
samo day he paid Mr. Carpenter $500,
and two days afterward ho paid him
$500 more. Mr. Chandler had good
reason to write to Kellogg in Decem
ber, IHiii, "i have loumcd what you
havo dono for other counsel hero.
The largest demand, whether reanonaUe
or not. it mtt exvedirnt for vov to meet, at
you diil. Mueti would have been taved if
it had been retnonaed to a year aqo ac
cording to my request, horetipnn
Kellogg sent ( arpenter another check
for $500. Mr. Butler was put off with
$1,000; and when tho noxt session of
Congress opened in December, 1873,
Air, Kellogg, a year alter his Intrusion
into office, was still beset with troubles.
the rnr.Biiir.NT btands with turn.
Tho prospect at first, however, was
not discouraging. Air. tiutler lorced
the admission of tho Kellogg claimants
to the House of Representatives by a
vigorous use of the party lash. "It
was a strict nsrt v vote, wrote Billlmrs.
"and meant a determination to recog
nise at all hazards your Government.
"There is no possible chanoo of a de
cision which can be adverse to our in
terests," exclaimed victorious Congress
man Hvnher. "The ease Is dead dead
as hell, and the man who attempts to
raise it is damned." Mr. Morton, for
tified by briefs Irom Chandler and Bill
ings, waa working for tbo admission of
I'lnclihack to the henato. the At
torney-General was acaloua In the
cause; and though there had been
rumors that (ten. Grant was weaken
ing, Senator Wont (to whom Kellogg
sent during this month a e-heck tin
$1,000) wrote: "I had a very pleasant
and liberal conversation with tue rrceii-
dont : he stands square un to us."
F or the use ol Alessra. i tianiiier anu
Morton, in the case liotor the Senate,
Kelloirir had sent to Washington the
ex-Mute Keuister "t Votan, l. r,
Ulauchard, who had eonlessed lo I tie
perpetration of gross frauds in the in
terest of the Fusionists (and to whom,
by a singular coincidence, Kellngg'a
check book showed four payments of
money), and the conspirators had their
choice of submitting this man's testi
mony to the nenate Committee, or
trusting to decisions of the Louisiana
Supreme Court, which had been manu
factured by wholesale ever since Kol
logg's installation. "Williams bad no
doubt," write. Billings ; "the examin
ation of Ulanchard might turn out
badly, io I have prepared a brief boIo
It on the decision of the Supreme
Court, to as to be ready ta flubmlt the
case on that point alone at first If
Morton finds the temper of the com
mittee will allow, 1 think if the mat
ter is pushed to an immcdiutu rote, on
.I'tMf eniniijh of ii vw. wo shall win."
As for Mr. Oiirpontcr, "ho Is not with
u," writes Kollogg's Assistant A Hom
ey -General, "though bo ia willing to bo
convinced." It was a few days after
this that Kellogg sent Carpenter the
third check for $500. Senator Mor
ton curried out the plan agreed upon
in concert with the Xttorney-Generul,
and niatlo hli argument entirely upon
tegai grounds, ignoring jiinnfburd and
his budget of frauds.
A rrmors ciianhk.
But suddenly about tho middle of
January a curious cuungo occured in
the position of aff airs. Tho President,
as tlio Irtbune despatches of that date
revoii!cd,bccamo curliest for a new elec
tion, and the President's frieiidschanged
their course. Mr. Morton stopped so
lion in tba voae of riiiclilHi. . tire,.
Duller becamo clamorous for the im
peachment of Durell. "iiiitlcr savs he
Lud instructions from tho White llouse
to iniike the move," writes Congress
man Dun-all. At the time Gen. Grant
had gone so far as to prepare a special
message recommending a now election.
hy f n as ho at last convinced ot
the knavery of his Louisiana friends?
n as ho satisfied that the people had
been wronged f No; tho disclosures
of tho investigation had not moved
hinij but ht xeantrd his brother-in law
tkiscii in the Vndetl states Senate, and
to get him there ho was ready to over
turn the entire government which ho
himsclt bad sot up in Louisiana, to dis
miss tho Legislature ho had called
into existence and give tho New Or
leans I iiBtom iiouso tno ennnro to
manufacture a new one ! "The Presi
dent is qu tic," writes Dsrrall, "hut not
letting down. If Pinchhack is not
seated I judge wo will havo a message,
or nt least to fight the whole influence
of tho Administration. You have
heard what lms probably changed tho
'resident a mind. I Havo it irom tho
very best authority that in case of a
new election Casey would conio to tliu
Senate and you can seo if there is, as
seems to mo, a move for tho third term.
Tho President would like to have him
there. Then you know the family
influence. Bring any and all
influence to bear on tho President you
can think of at once. Can't you get
up a solemn protest from merchants
and others, and get tho llerwigs to
urge on Casey to a change of tack ?"
RAYON KT RI I.E.
Whether the influence which Kel
logg was able to wield changed the
I "resident s purpose we can only con
jecture, but for some reason the schcnio
was laid aside, and the message, alter
being considered in Cabinet, wassup
prossed. Whatever tho cause there
came a great calm in the, Louisiana
trouble. All projects Ibr a change
were quietely postponed. The session
rolled by ; the oommitteua kept on con
sidering ; and when tho adjournment
came Durell had not been impeached,
I'liichback had been neither admitted
nor rejected, and Kellogg still ruled at
New Orleana hy the aid of bayonets
and chock books.
In all this disgraceful history dis
graceful to ao ono moro than tbo Presi
dent of the United States, who seems
to think it his privilege to set np and
overturn Governments as may best
suit the caprices of his ambition the
ono ray of light is the belief of the con
spirators that the majority ol mem
bers of Congress of both parties were
too honest to take part in tho fraud,
it tiiov only knew what it meant.
Grant, Williams, Kellogg, Morton, But
ler, Chandler, all appear from first to
last in the attitude ot hoodwinking
Congress. Is it too much to hoie that
their successes in that line are at an
end, and that when Congress next
assembles a searching inquiry will be
made into the scandal anil a prompt
redress found for tho cruelly outraged
State of Louisiana ?
A POPULAR HUMBUG.
In all parts of tho United States are
found men, women and children buy
in collecting stumps old stamps, we
mean under the delusion that when
ever they shall have been fortunato
enough to collect a million, they can
sell them to somo unknown party lor
$300 or 1500. In every town or vili-
ngo there are a few who have heard of
this wonderful chance at making mon
ey; and as you travel around on your
summer trips or winter business, you
are mot by some eager stamp-gatherer,
who begs loryourold letters, and treas
ures up tho canceled stamps with groat
caro, Ibr every ono will count toward
that coveted million.
Ono of tho troubles in the cose is the
vast number that ono must raise, for
not less than a million will answor, and
upon a very good and reliable calcula
tion it will require a life-time to get
that many together. Stipposo ono is
especially fortunate, and ran get a
large number, say, one thousand every
month, which would be beyond the
reach of most people, this would give
twelve thousand a year, at which rate
it would take over eighty-three years
to complete the whole number, il you
should happen to live so lung. But
where is the place at which these things
can at last be turned into money, in
case all should combine to raise the
coveted million In something less than
a lifetime? Does anyone know, or
can any one tell, of what possible use
they can be to the purchaser ? Report
says thoy are to be manufactured into
some superior kind of pancr-macho ;
but- our word for it, there will be no
demand for It, there will be no demand
for such material. Somo one has started
the humbug, and none can say how
many will bo found to believe and per
Tin Artftl DontiKR. The editor
of tho New York Herald addressed to
each of the rival Governors of Louisian
the Inquiry whother he would resign
his claims and submit them to a new
election. McEnery promptly and ho
estly answered, that he would agree to
this: "1 navo no personal aspirations
to subserve ; they shall be sunk out
nut nf shrht In inv efforts to brine
aliout a peaceful solution of our unfor
tunate difficulties and an honest and
stable government, acocptablo to all
classes of our citiaens."
Kellotfi?. coward and usurper that ho
is, knew too well the weaknoss of his
cause, and declined on tho plea that
Aicrvnrry was a aeicnion cnniiiuaie nu
had nothing to resign,
A Democratic; exchaniro says that
"the Miller of tho Democracy will pro
oecd at once to separate theltlng chaff
and smnt from tho honest wheat oi tne
A man seeing "a sure way of pre
venting bad dreama" adverMsod,' sent
bis dollar Ibr tbo remedy and In return
received printed alip,aaying,"bo tun-
A.I . . n .un "
IUI mi a," " "iny.
"T1I1XK OF IT, HANNAH!"
AN OLD Ont'FLE ON T1IHH TRAVSIJI HOW
A LVINU YOI'NU MAN POUT til THEM Ok!
On the train the other duy were a
very confiding old man and a very in
nocent old lady. They had passed
away fivo-sixths of thoir lives hidden
away behind the hills of Vormont, nnd
were going to western Michigan on a
visit to their son. After a little skirm
ishing round the old gonlloman pitch
ed into me about tho "crops "silo,
and when I found how innocent he
was I gave him all the information I
could. All at once, as be rode along,
the wife caught his arm and exclaimed.
"Look out, Samuel, or you'll bo for
getting tlmt place where they fit I"
Tho old man explained. Ho said
B young man who cumo down
( anada with Ihcm told him lo
lr.t. .L. Lm.1. A.U nf
thick's defeat as soon as he left Detroit.
I was going to reply that tho young
man was an infernal liar, hut the old
lady seemed to have set her heart on
seeing tho spot, and the old man waa
so anxious that I couldn't bear to dis
appoint them. When wo got down
into tbo woods I K)intcd out the "bat
tle field," and they nut their heads out
of tho windows and took in the scene.
"Think of it, Manner," exclaimed
the old man, as he drew in
his head ; "think of them Injuns creep
ing through them woods and shooting
Mr. Braddock down doud!"
"My soul I" replied tlio old lady,
seemingly overcome at the idea, and
she kept her eyes on the woods until 1
thought she would twist her nock oft.
Vi e got right along lor uIkmiI five
miles moro, and tbo old man wanted
to know if weren't down pretty neur
the spot where Tocnmsch fell.
" hero ?" I yelled, and ho said thnt
the same young man hud informed
him that tho railrod ran close to the
identical spot where the great Indian
warrior fell sud slept.
"it II ho a powerful tuvor to mo an
Samuel if yell point out tho spot,"
urgod the old lady, placing her hand
on my arm.
iiow could 1 go back on what una
brazen young man had said ? Tho old
folks had made up their minds to see
tho spot, and if I didn't show it to them
they might think that the young man
lied, or that I wasn't posted in the his
toric spots of his own Stnto. Lor' for
givo me, but a mile further on I point
ed out a hill and said :
Behold tho hist resting place of the
think ol It, Jlanner just think ol
it '. exclaimed the old man ; "right
there is where they got him!"
"Morcy I but It don l seem possible I
sho ejaculated ; and she had to get out
her sniirt box be tore sue could recover
from tho shock.
The old gentleman said he had a
particular interest in seeing the spot,
because he knew the man who had
killed Tecnmseh used to live right by
"Ho must have been au awful Injun?"
broko in the old lady, "lor tbo young
man aaid ho didu't dio till thoy luaol ana
on bis head and feet and hands, and
blowod the body Ip with a barrel of
I WBnted to get away after that,
fearing that something worse waa
coining, but she insisted on my taking
a pinch ol mint!, and so 1 kept my seat.
e were just beyond Brighton, when
the old man came at me like a steam
boat, with :
"Now, then, how fur is it to tho spot
whore they found the babes in the
I wanted to get out of it, but how
could I ? That young man had lo
lilsfrately lied to these niee old folks,
and I hadn't tho moral courage to tell
'em so, and thus had to make a liar of
myself. It's awful to decive any one,
especially a good old man, and a tat
old motherly lady, on their way to the
"Thai's vos that's the stmt!" I
said as we came to a dark piece of
"Think o' it, Ilannerl" ho said, his
head out of the window ; "think of
them babies being fotiud in there!"
"Yes, it was iearful I" sho replied ;
"seems as if 1 could almost see them
stubbing about in there now!" m I
There was another historic spot of'
which the young man had told them,
but they had forgotten it, and I was I
never more thnuktiil. Itiev kept
quiet until the bmkeman yelled out
Lansiug, and then the old man bob
bed up anil excluicmed :
t.ansitig Lansing why here s
where they hung Tom Collins, ain't it?"
lie explained that lorn I'ollins, a
'hicago dcsiierado, bad murdered
eleven old women and drank their blood
fur his liver complaint, and, after bo
ng hunted lor miles and miles, bad at
length been captured at Lansing, cut
to pieces, by the infuriated populace,
and then left hanging to a tree.
1 had to point out tlie tree, it was
a tree near the depot, and a tail of a
kite bad lodged In its brunches, '
" 1 here s where they hung him,
Ilannerl" said the old man, stretching
out his nock.
"And thero's some o' his shirt left
ot I" exclaimed the old lady, and as
backed off the car the good old man
was remarking that ho was going to
ask the train-hoy if ho didn't have the
pamphlet, "liilo ol Tom Collins, so
that thov could got lunnor particulars.
IMroit Fret Pret.
Undoubtedly external circumstuncos
and Influences have much to do with
moods of mind. The spring is full of
hope; the intense heat of summer
loaves little room for anything else bnt
tho desire to keep romlnrtutilo ; while
Autumn is, especially, the season for
and solemn. Wo are drawing njuice,
and perceptibly, toward the close of an
other year, aiid we involuntarily ask
oursclvos what life consists of, fbr
what purpose wo live, and to what
the journey so rapidly being traversed,
is to lead 7 I es, wo bsk, noi aione
what life is, but what death is, aud
about future life, and where and when
that future life is to bo ? Auttimli
speaks to the soul In a voire to which
ll cannoi out listen, il semis nn u
all the dead whom wo have known Are
silently beckoning to ns now ; but it is
in vain raaL we sigui ur strive wr any
intelhirihle communion with them. e
can only submit to tho uucvitable mot
anchoiy mood, and wait patiently lor
the day of greater knowledge. N. Y.
The Cincinnati Exposition closed
on tho 3d Instant after an exhibition of
twenty-eight days duration. It ia sta
ted that the attendance waa 553,000,
and tho gate receipts $00,000, Tho
aulas af nrivilovea will swell the re
ceipts several thoasauid mom Ties
Commissioners paawjed a resolution to
hold tho Exposition next year. The
receipts this year will leave a balance
of 10,000 or BIZ, vou over expenses.
TEEMS $2 per annum in Advance,;
NEW SERIES-VOL. 15, NO.
XF.WN TEM H
Boys under fifteen yours of aire
arc not allowed upon tho streets ol, ment pel-sonified, with her great mimrn
Vnllcjo, Cal:, alter eight p. m. ' : fill eyes wide oieu. 1 supiose she had
In Tioga county, at the lust term 1 ''"'K"1"'1' her misconduct till then;
of court eight jurors were lined 20 ' "'" 1 1,11 'K'r with her big tears dinji
each for non-appearance. i ping down her cheeks, nnd her hp
. , ., . . , . quivering. Presently I was sent fiir
-An apple said to ho tho largest ..(, ninlI,,un vou wjf kiss me ; I can t
ever ripened in tbe United States has! , , jj. don
heoi, picked m Nebraska. H weighs JVPr. ,im,,,.,lf f,,,,. t.mUig, as
20J ounces. ,. , ., M,o held ou her hand. . 8
. Tbo number of feet of logs run! "W came tho struggle between
through tho Williamsnort boom t hi. I love and what 1 falsely tcrmod duty.
season aggregates Irom 200,0110,000 to
idtyiou.vim. peuce ; my stern nature urged me to
Biirnum's Hippodrome is now ut ! enimt iu my correction, that I might
Cincinnati, from which placo it wit iw-i "nl,rcHS ,ho fuult "l10" mind.
turn to New York nnd house nn dur- 1,,Bt t' way I had boon trained
uig the winter.! until I wasa submissive child, aud I ro-
, I member how often 1 had thanked my
While-covered wagons traveling; ,K.r since lor her straightforward
eastward have appwired ,n Missouri. !urM, i Uw.H hy ucr beel trnrl whis
pefpl'ugt'ie' mVnZls!'l-ih,i Jred "Mother can t kiss vou. Ellen,"
Oliver Edunnls.Eso.. a prominent
tir.cn and ex-Mayor of HurrisbiiiL'. '
died in that city on the llllh Inst., nf !
tcr a lingi'rii.g illness, 1
T . , ,, . . , j
Dr. J. ( . Ayer, of medical fume,
hns received the nomination for Con-1
gross hy tho Republicans in tho Key-1
ontn Massachusetts DimrieL
lu Sedgw ick county, Kansas, one I Apprehensive. I ran to the child's
Frit Suilzhr hauled 1,1X10 barrels of chamber. I had a fearful dream.
water to mako his cabbage grow and , Ellen tlid not know mo. She was sit
the grasshoppers got them utter till. ting np. crimsoned from the forehead
,r, . ., , ,, .,, , to the throat, her eyes so bright that I
V,oT..?n 7 V i.A 7 ""J' lt drew back aghast, from that
11 L Z . r 1 ''T' ' niKlit a raging fever 'drank up her life
S5,! - fl TlmZ '.".."'"l-mdwhiitdo you think wis the in
neighborhood of fifty thousand dollars. I COI111ioilft poult.d iuU) ,y ,.
The resignation nflJichardW. Bus-!
toed, United States Judge for Alabama
bos been received and accepted hy the
rrcsiiicnt. J 1 is; successor has not been
numed, . ,
-Tho Lincoln statue in Oak Hidife
Cemetery, Springfield, III., was
veiled ou i hiirsday, Oct. 15t h. Jiot ' ."" " ".
less than 25.000 people were pivsettt"!1' a,"d, 1 m TV !
to witness the ceremonies. : K lml ?hl ' "'""y the ''(r (ttded
i iivcauieannouiiees inai luo i'uKe
of Leinstcr is dead, at the ago of 83.
Ho was a Liberal in politics, hut con
servative on tho question of a repeal of
mo union wnu r.ngiana.
The birth of a son to the Duko
anil Duchess of Edinburgh increases
the number of Queen Victoria's grand
children to twenty-six, and of this
largo family twenty-three arc still liv
'(? There was manufactured in the
Chester county prison during Septem
ber, 1.6751 yards of check. 21.953
yards of carpet, 388 yards of sheet-
ing ',1.543 brooms and 177 yards of
The Palace Hotel, now being built '
in San Francisco, covers 02,200 square
feet, which is 34,000 Bquaro feet morel
than the Grand Pacific Hotel, in Chi-
cago, covers. This great hotel will
cost $2,000,000. , ,
Mrs. 8. W. Bradford, tho widow
of tho postal clerk recently burned to
death on the cars, near Grafton, West
ni.; i;i i . i l
1 ""'Jr: Lr" hn
i.Loiiie,, iino eueu ino natiiiuoiv ana
The oil district Is composed nf But
ler, Clarion, , Venango and Warren
counties. Two hundred and twelve
now wells are being put down, while
those now in operation produce three
thousand barrels per day.
James Black, Esq., of Lancaster,
has been nominated by tho prohibi
tionists of this State for Supreme
Judge, in place of S. B. Chaso, re
signed. Mr. Black was the prohibi
tion candidate for President in 1872.
There died in Allegheny, Pa., re
cently, an old man named John Wil
liam Lcskar, who once beaded a revo
lutionary movement in Saxony, which
hail it been successful, would have
placed him on the throne,
In the libel suit brought against
tho publishers of tho Heading (Pa.)
Eailr, by tho father of little Charlie j
Koss, the jury returned a verdict of,
guilty, after being out a short time.
A motion was made for n new trial
bv the counsel liar defendants.
.Mrs. Surtoris will return to the
White House this winter as tlie guest
of her mother;- Col. Fred. Grant and
his bride, who were married near Chi.
ago on Tuesday, the 20th int..will also
it is Haul, siend much of thoir time
there during the approaching season.
At a squirrel hunt in Florence,
Muss., on Monday of lost week, ono j
party showed 3.015 heads, and thej furnace to the gnnding-room ; ot these
other 4, 915, chlpmuncks being cxclud-1 there are several, containing about A
ed. Among the game were 200 coons, docen grinding stones, or, more pro
50 gray squirrels, 25 red squirrels, 30 j pcrly, beds, or tables, upon which the
pigeons, 75 woodchuiks, 100 crows, plate ia laid flat The grinding frames
too non-nawKB, oo mninis, zu luxes,
snd 75 partridges.
.Major M. D. Dietrich, of the Gov
ernor's staff, was buried at Grcencas
tle, Pa., on Sunday, Oct. 1 1th, with mili
tary honors. Among tho distinguish
ed persons present were Generals
Neath, Iditta and McCoy. The City
Grays of Harrishnrg. and several lodg
es of the Knights of I'ythias conduct
ed the ceremonies.
Tho National Gran go at Wash
ington, in a rcKirt just issued, an
nounces that on Ot'tolier 1st there
were 20,800 subordinate granges In
the United States. There ro 300
granges in Pennsylvania and 80 in
New Jersey. Theso bodies are dis
tributed all ovor the Union, but are
most numerous in tho States of the
1 he next annual meeting of tho
Pennsylvania Tanners' . Association
will he held at Hnrrisbtirg on the 10th,
of November next. The last meeting
was largely attended by tanners from
all sections of tho country, and its
firooucdings atl meted general attention
sith here and iu Europe. Tho ques
tions then discussed were of great In
terest to nil In the business.
-Thc donhlo-frack freight railroad,
to extend 1,221 miles from New
York to Omaha is being agitated
again, tho Now York Jiyag treating
lbs suliject to a leader, wtibvo, say
'road ts well tiKler.way. It ia claimed
thatanch a rurul, run carry, all thei
grain nf tho West to tide-water, at a
cost of less than 20 cents per bushel,
or $10 per ton. and makes very nnnti-
Home prom. ...
Tho lit. Ilev. Francis Patrick
McKarland, Bishop nf the Roman
Catblic ditwesti of Hartford," embrac
ing tho State nf Connecticut, died at
Hartford, on the 13lh insl,, aged lilty-
six. Ho waa born at rraiikJin, li,
and waa educated at St. Man' s Col
lege at Etnmlttsburg, Md. lie was
ordained Driest In 1845. and larajreoj in
Watertown and Uticsv, N. Y., until he
waa ooiec rated Bisbop of Uartlorc
In ma . Hia residence waa in Provi
dence until 1H72, wbeu tho nejw dio
cese of Providence was created.
THE MO TH SICS REMORSE. '
The, child 1 was so bonsitivo, no liko
(lie little shrinking plant, that curls
at the brent li and shuts iU licart from
tho light. Tho only beauty she pos
sissed was an exceedingly transparent
nlc in, mid tlio inoBl mournful Lino eyes,
i hud been trained by a stern, strict,
conscientious mother. I was a hardy
blunt, rebounded t every shock : mil
lion imo could not clnmit though dis
j -i iliiio tiiiiird mi'. 1 funded, alas, Hint
J must go through tho mine routine
, with thin dolicnto eieiitiiro; so ono day
' whin she hud displeased nm cxcceil
I ingly hy repenting an offence, 1 wua
i determined In punish Lor severely. 1
".ow, my iiaiigiiier, 10 piininu yon,
and show you Imw very, very naughty
you hnvo lieen. I shall not kiss you
tonight." ' '
She stood looking at me, astomsli-
My heart said, give her the kiss of
1Icr liall(l touched ime, it w
, us erv
l"lt 1 altnbiitcd it to her excite-
me"'' 1 Named myself as the fragile
shook with suppressed sons, and
saving. "Mother hopes Ellen will mind
i, K.itm. (,, r tliies " left the room for
j't m;Jlt imvo J,t.u a)0ut midnight
i.i. I n nwnkemil hv Iho nurse.
guishing heart? "Oh! kiss me, nioth-
er, do kiss me. 1 can't go to sleep. I
won't bo naughty if you'll kiss me.
Oh ! kiss me, dear mamma. I can't go
to sleep." '
IInl' liulc cl,il! ' ehe did 8? to ,lecP
un-;one morning and never woko again
out in the beau til ul eyes winter and
whiter grow tho tremulous lips. Sho
never knew me; but with her last
brenth bIio whispered, "1 will be good,
mother; if you will only forgivo me."
Kiss lior! God knows bow passionate
and unavailing were my kisses on her
chek after that fatal night. God
knows how wild were my prayers, that
she might know, if only onco, that I
would have yielded up my life could I
have asked forgiveness of that sweet
Well, grief is unavailing now. She
lies in her little tomb ; there is a mar
ble urn at bcr head and a rose-bush at
her feet there grow sweet summer
flowor. lllcr0 wavcB the gentle grass,
, ' ,. ,,,:. ".i S
mole wi, o. ouig mvi " - -
pers, there tho blue sky shone down
to-day, there lies the freshness of my
Parents, you should have heard tho
pathos in the voice of that sad mother
as she said : "There are plants that
spring into great vigor if the hoavy
pressure of a footstep crash thorn ; but
oh! there are others that even the
rwnrt. '.f Lo light flow bend tl) the
lOann. Moment ana tamers, oe aina
to the little ones. Do not wait till the
daisies grow over their bosoms before
you learn to chide them in love. Kiss
them before you strike them ; but leave
no thorns in their memory. Halts
Journal nf Health.
MANUFACTURE OF PLATE
Tho manufacture of platt) glass, as
now conducted hy the Thumes Plato
Glass Company, at Black wall, Loudon,
is as follows:
Tbe principal successive operations
necessary to convert a mixture in tho
pot into a finished sheet of plate glass
are six in number, and may be des
cribed under the heads of melting, t
rollinir. anncalinir. irrindinir. smoothing
Ho died a I and polishing. J'ho pots are of Stour
I hridire clay, made on the promises, and
are filled with the mixture, tbe chief
ingredients of which are silica, sand
carefully dried, lime, sulphate of soda,
broken with glass, and a nine arsenic,
Tho sand is obtained from Germany.
After remaining in the furnace for
si Hint Bixteen hours, tbo contents of
the pot are fit for removal. The mol
ten mass is then run over the surface of
the rolling table, and tho roller passed
quickly over it. The glass commences
to solidify almost immediately ; and
while in a thick tenacious condition,
and of a rich golden tint, is rapidly
transferred into tho annealing furnace.
Tho rough sheet, as it may now be
termed, is taken from the annealing
consist 01 woouen uoarus joineu to-
gcthcr and armor plated, so to speak,
at intervals over the rolling or grind
ing surfaces with stripe of wrought
iron. These strips, when first screwed
on to the frames, are half an inch in
thickness, and whon removed measure
less than one eighth inch. The frame
are mounted upon a spindle,, and s see
saw, a semi-rotary movement, Jis im
parted to them by shafting running
tinderneslh the beds. They are also
espublo of being shitted by a simple
slot connection so as to work over any
part of the stirfarce of tho sheet sa re
quired. Tbe grinding beds are of stone,
and measure about It) feet by 11 feet
Tho materials used aa tho grinding
agents are coarse sand, fine sand, ana
emery. A jet of water playa on tho
surface nf the sheet during the whole
of tbe operation.
Uetwecn tbe grinding and polishing
j processes thero is an iuterinediato pro-
cess called smoothing, in which two
sheets of glass are employed. Ono ia
laid over tho other and caused to move
over it in a manner similar to that in
grinding. Emory is placed between
Hie two surfaces. On entering the
Kilishiug room, the attention of a visi
tor is nt onco arrested by tho reddish,
tinge of everything, extending to the
drosses of the men and women engaged
therein. This is due to tho use of tho
red oxide of iron which is tho polish-
ing agent. The sheet to bo polished
1. 1- ,1 flll
is laid flat on a table, ao as to be per-
. ,, nn.h wiih the cdires.
. ,lf ,.! ,mfmi
ml the rut),
mounted on a
frame, which carries) them backwarks .
and Ibrwards ovor tbo sheet. Tho
table, at tho aamo time, baa a lateral
reciprocating motion, so that the whole
aurtoce of tho sheet comes successively
under the action ot tho rubbers. Iho
largest plates measure about 15 fret by
10 foot, and tha maximum thickness la
about 1 1 inches, line eigutn oi an mca
ia allowed tor loss in me opirsons
we. havo described. A nest of six
boilers,and tlircovcrticalsleam engine,
two of 70 horse nowor and one ol 60
horse power flupply tho neoessary rno
' Charles Bumner'a est to has been
apprakwd. and ii raluod at 13S,T88.2