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lit &f ttUfyllf AH Altro diligent scorch of ovor two
o ' i i- nk.mn-. Commltteo suu-
ri-iS". wiw") ... .
ceeduil in cpturintf ona ol Urania
special dotootiTCs, narnod Hon, anu
pbuwd him in tho witnos, stand a few
davs ono. for tho purpose of loornlnir
. . . . r I- L ii
what ho know oooui irouus. u nun
what ho toll i true, Grant and two
or throo mora membor of hia cabinet
should bo placed iJe "ido wil Bo1-
knap, and all bo iinpoacnoa ana turn
od oat together. Th i last bell is about
tbo noisiest ono that ho ovor been
rans at tho National Capitol. Radical
journalist and stumper denounce this
Goobob B. Goodlabdbb, Editor.
WKDNMDAY MORNINO. APBH. It. UTI.
t. V. it .nt 1. Itanw what if CLrif I nn ntii nit ml vnt. tliA Mn.
. 1 . . nun null Ba a .w-.., j -
ltlr."'' ft-tai of Grant and other, goo. to
abow Jbot no lias oocn in insir cm-
Tho mud thrown at Governor lien-
dricki won't itiok, and his enemies are
ploy aa detective, spy, uto., ovor ilnoo
1862 for foiirtoon years unu now,
when cauirht by Mr. Cly raor, and com-
pellefl to suto fuel exceedingly dam.
a i HiAVArt. tha "merobant kiiiB,"
.11.l 1,1. hnmn In New York on the Ueiuir to his omployors, thoy turn
" . , ,n:. !.: if Tl.
around anu Tinny " --.
Akron. Ohio, wont Domocratio last
Monday a week for the first time since ,( j., , flu. gs Unlnt
editor of the Philadelphia Jrm has no
conBdenco in the music this bell has
tho organisation of the Republican
Tho Connecticut election bos pro- in
Chandler & Co, aro ooneernotl ; yet, bo
is compelled to say ! "There is enongh
to warrant a
ducod flocks of Democratic roosters as I thorough overhauling of liaboock, but
well as an overwhelming Democratic it mx for nothing more. -tow, u
majority. '' ' '
. AOIHXlorw ClIVlul', Kim-Hi,, XILIU
dclphia lawyer, died in that city on
Wiwliinsdav last, aired ari years, tjver.
work was the cause of his death.
Boll is a good enough witness to con-
!-. i.P.h " I-jr I" v.,-a,l
in the Grant and Chandler cases? If
ho is a notorious liar and scamp, as tho
President intimates, why has ho had
the run of the White IIouso and tho
It is stated that tho prohibitionists v Department until the present
intond to run candidates for the legis- ti Tne testimony ol Boll has no
latiiro in cvory county in tho Wat1 1 joubt "sent up" many a poor devil who
with tho view of reviving the local op- not be profitably handled by the
tion act. ' ' - Administration j but now, when the
t. m wi,ihr Bailor other ox is gored, ho is 'a scoundrel
ran -ivcConklinetho votoofMassacbu- Whut a discovery I
ASSOCIATED PEEMi LETTER
PiiibADiLruiA, April 10, 1876.
Thoro is now Ivlnir at Kohlnoor Col
lier', (Shenandoah, curiosity in the
sluiie of a lump of ooul weighing fivo
tons. Tho lump is Ave tent long, five,
tent high, nnd about four loot six inch
es in thioknvaa. It is said to bo tho
largest piece of undressed ooal ever
taken from tho mammoth vein. It
will bo brought to this city for exhibi
tion at the Centennial.
About throo hundred lndiuns, repre
senting filly-throe different tribes, have
organised to come to the Exposition
undor the leadorsbip of many of tho
best known ohiets. Thoy will bring
their families with them, and oamp in
wigwama while hero, as they do in the
West. Tho party will oomo in separate
groups, the tirst of which, under the
guldunoe of George Anderson, a scout,
will soon roach this city.
There was Iknded from tho Labrador,
ill addition to the rare and valuable
exhibits for the French section, the
Grnnd Pavilion to bo orccted on the
omnnds bv tho French Minister ol
Publio Works. Tho pavilion alono
will cost 250,000 francs, anil in addition
to this a commission will visit many
narts of tho United Stales during the
Centennial, and niako reports of their
exam nations on their return, too
only full olass of exhibits yet received
from Franco Is that of the flno arts.
This denartment is the real exhibition
of the government, nnd tho entire lint
wus fl led in time to Da lorwaruou oy
tho Labrador. There ai now t th.
setts in tho Cincinnati convention in
return for hia vote against Richard II.
USUI 1UIMI..H u
,EWS ITEM.. j
Tho enliro Aliiwismppi Valley i
filled wilh flood uud torronts, n lid
(raring of duuia.
Tho Vnilod Hlnles is now next to
London in the supply of rags to Hug-
lish Riitniiliicturers. ,
UnrrUil Jieeeher filowo siiu'exvd
the neeter of 1,1100 I mm bur omngtv
grove in Florida IiihI Niiiniiior.
Tho Chicago whisky men aro gn.
ing down like giuwi hefure the seytlie,
and there are mower to lonio,
The (list Chinese locomotive re
cently mudu its trial trip nuHi'.SIiangliiii,
and tho CrlestinU are orowitig. , ! I ' (
A llluir county Indy, Miss Mollie
Bailey, has just finished a quilt contain
ing 380 patches, or Ki.HilO piwes.
Mr. Bayard Taylor hus written a
psnlm which will be sung at tho open
ing of tho ('entunuiul Kxliibitiuu.
The largo gun from Krupp's man
ufuatory in Berlin is on its way to this
country. It weighs 1 10,000 pounds.
John J, Jtuiinensydur, sixty-four
years ol ago, was recently admitted to
When a young man cannot live
on his Hillary, the usual way is lor t.im
to live on the salary ol some else.
Postal cards nro ill1.' growing in
popularity, inn vnra sules snow
thus far mi liicras0 f rrty per cent,
over 'noso hi last. ; .
I Tl Ifoluiailu l.UKiol4UlO llUS
Muiiiuiliil Hall Is I paved an act to levy a tax on debts
niuiANiEATiiiN or the SENATE the! There Is abundant eauso ana prooi
o.uu AliMlNlMTiiiEU IV t'lllEr to justily tho I'residoiit simpeaebinent
the WHITE. " - ! and coimclioa, wfwoui gntag uayonv.
Waiiiinomk, Auril 5. At 1 tluuk
this nllemoou Messrs. Mmunds and.
I burinan, a cominiileo" uppolutouT to
wait upon tho hid Justloo ot the-
I' lilted Males nupivmo ( ourt, sppeureil
in I lie neniuo ciiumixir wnn nisi nig-
nilur.y, anil escorusl him to the seal
provided ut tho right ol tho presiding
ollicer. .Mr. l urry, President pro tem
pore, then ummuiieed that tho Henntu
would pruceml according to its rules to
consider tho article of iinpoachmuut
THE IMPEACH MEET TRIAL.
tho caso ol' luboock. As Urantisoi W
doomed to Bixirraeo and dslost miMI
November, ft is ('quostioijpf expudM
oney only, ifliot&tr tho roAodj 1rd
Tided by the uaasiiMUonv loir. iugw
crimes and misdemeanors should bo
applied to him. Judge Unroll sought
to escape impeochmont by resignation
of the ottloa he had abused and discred
ited. The Judiciary Com in it U, head
ed bv Bun Butlor, hold that be was
still amenable to trial, but the play was
not worth the cauille, as no was pow
THE PRESIDENTIAL OVT-
Tbu prospect of a Democratic e
eloclion Is chwrine tlideud. It newls
no (b-ained uftirl Vi pniru from the
AgtiM furuisbad by the Uxt eleotlons
held-in Ike OMerul lUilo that with
prudsnt action-in tu nalioiial conven
tion tho Democratic party will cer
tainly choose tho next President. That
this Is no vaguo vaticination in- empty
bravado the following tahlu of electoral
votes will show :
imp, httu Secretary t erless for fiirlhor aiiscBief.
lico Wuito thon od- '1'ho developments of G
niruiusl W.'W. Hclk
vr. niei justice n alio tiioii ail- ti,o developments ol urauis con-
uniiistureu. mo lollowinu will u AlCiduntiB-
1'eiry. I 'resworn ,,ro tennioru ol ine Hstnuiidinir. and show a disminu-u ni
Kennlo. and uHerwsils to the Sunutors lns nnd decency that shock the pub-
present, who were culled in alphabetic j jo mind. Mr. Pierropont has tostificJ
cul order in groups of six: thut tbo instructions to thd District
Ton dIiijiIi iki is ll iUIum span-1 Attoniovs. virtually loroiuuing iiiunu-
uisini n i inl of mm a..ibnui of Wd-. (... j,, State's ovidunco, wore prepared
Lr4..;-;-VS.Vr-aOTl ! VnMm.V,. without
lo (UP lOti-liltlltaS SQrl Ibt ).
not roady for their reoeption) 500 rarow non-rnsidents of the Territory.
The Xit-meq State. Tho peoplo
of Connecticut hold an election last
Monday a week, and elected the whole
The Washington government has Democratic State ticket and Legisla-
been sick for ten days past, all brought tur8. Thoro wero no loss than four
on by the meddlesome character ot candidates in tho field for Governor,
tho "Confederate Brigadiers" now in ingomol, Democratic, Bohinson, Badi
Congross. cal, Smith, Temperance, and Atwatcr,
The straight "greenback" vote poll- "Greenback." Tho vote stood as fob
,! t rVnnnol lent at the rOCOIlt clCC- loWl!
tion, was loss than 2,000, l,500of which Couotisi.
tn th eitv of New Haven. Hsrifsrs....
' . . ... ... i Nw Hw.....,5l
nnd the balance ot tno ntaic can less H Ub4ob ,.,
In- Smith.. Atwt-
thnn 500 votes.
. ., . LtU0Bia.
Indeed! It appears tnai uenunu Mlddlaau,
Schenck, late Minister to England, has T
informed the Committoe on Foreign Touli 4l,iT 4i,7l l.ltl !,.
fiolationi that ho is neither a "dupe or This is a glorious victory for the
ntitscsl" Well. If tho lata riempo- Democrat. Thli is over 1,000 bettor
tontiarv succoods In establishing that than last year. A Democratic majori
fact, he will disabuse tho minds of a ty of 7,500 in Connecticut is equal to
great many peoplo in this country and 40,000 in Pennsylvania. Our majoiity
in England. last year on joint ballot was only twen-
. . T-, CT..fv 1U ty-sevon, now It is tijMy-teKn, and
..mirror ,h Ir hosth. mar- giv- - United State. Senator for
hl .lah the brain, too. Well, when ' yean, The Senate .Und. 18 Don,
that individual becomes a tax-payer
ocrats, 3 Republicans a Democratic
.i . ... i,.. mothinir gn o tftrcc. ine jower Jtouse, in
to say to him. In the meantlm. we lS two town. electing on. Bepre-
hand him ovor to the Usceola Keliel " , " " ...
fommittee. Ifth. committee bas been etimated, .land. 85 Republicans,
,ii t .h frllnw mn.t shift forblm- 150 Democrats, 2 Independents.
. self, iust as wo have to do.
year 107 Bepublicans, 137 Democrats,
-t wr -" II lliut-pemiuiii iruuiueiaiie K""
o jimisTiiK ni.-uui bs. lue new town ol itamaston in-
England, Toker Schenck, was compcll- creMe the Genoral Assembly by one
ed to resign bis 117,000 position, and member, making the total Ropresen
Grant appointed Bichard H. Dana, Jr., tatives 25fi. Democratic majority on
ol Massachusetts, as bit successor, and i0jnt lall0t, 87. This Stato has not
sent bis namo into tho Senate for con- ni-, Vew Hampshire, endorsed Bel
firmation. But lo I and behold I whon knap CJo.. but has repudiated its own
a voto was taken in that body, only i Po,t Master Goneral Jewell.
oi tbo 76 Senators voted for hi. con.
firmation I It is said Ben. Butler did "Little Bbopt." The Sprague cot,
it because Dana had the impudence to ton factories and the Allen farm, fro-
mn "against him for Congress four quently allndod to as the Slate ol
... I OLJ t.l.-J L.ll ,..! 1 a
3cars ago. Jioouo jsiauu, uem an viwuuii mi
. - - - - ' ween lor mate otneers. mere wero
Tuat'i Fcnnt. " The Philadelphia ... Ulla fnr r.mnr, in h
Pres, in alluding to the probable fata ..-..,, n.,,i(,.. Tom.
of the late Secretary of War, says : MI-noeiti,or of which had a ma-
Hlf on sr two of lh poisti sfstnil Bclkssp : . iL , Tr
wtr. n rip.i.i iki pco-ooooii wooU hr jority over the other two. Uenoo
wry ti. is tii mi k MUtvttorj'' there was no election for Governor by
Yes. if the hero in oueotion bad re- luo P""!"0' DUl "cgismuire ue.ng
.in nnlitlv at home in Keokuk, "aaicoi, will oi course oioci inoircan-
1 J ' I i: i-1 - mi . i. r
and nnntinued to loud tho life ot """ " uul "luutn"'J
an honest man, ho never would bavo on l0" P'n" i nenoe moopposi
been impeached; or, as tho boy. say, tion u. None but avifiw tern
Tf vK rtn-. hftHn't utontwd. etc.. he MUr'" w u-jr
. j ' I n . , ...
would have caught the rabbit." Col. muM w 01 lno persuasion,
Forney doe. not Mem as bright as be-1 t8 mnl,t the ow"er". ol
fore he .ailed tor Kurnpe. What', the
paintings, 50 beautiful statues and 20
vasoi ol Hevros. Among mo many
artists who bavo contributed to the
collection of paintings the names oi
Luminals, Sainton You, Antigua, lion
touu Reynard, Castiglioni, llaynguora,
Protais, and many others faroi'iar to
connoisseurs in all countries. Among
those who bavo contributed statue are
suob sculptors as Bartboldi, Cordier,
Cane Mens and llamas.
The Cremation of Julius Catsar, a
vory large painting, 14 by 8 leot in
sixo, has just boon finished after nearly
two years of unremitting application,
and is now ready to bu placed in the
Art Gallery ol tbo ftxbibilion. ibis
painting was begun hero, tbeu taken
to Homo, whore mo artist avaneu uim-
clf, during the progress of its most
Important stages, oi an tne aavaniagea
tbe great city can inspire, the Cam
nairna. and the best models and speci
mens of human form and character to
be tound there, and which aro indis
pensable in tho successful management
of so hold and arduous an undertaking.
It is not hard to realise in this that
we behold the ancient city. We bavo
at our feet the Forum, and seem to
minirlo with the tbronit which sur
rounds tbe Vesta at the left, and on
our right we can almost grasp tho
colonnade of the templo of Venus
Gonitrix at tbe foot of whose statue a
group of living figure, of old mon and
matrons, maidens ana cniiuren an
"dear friends of Cffsar's," are rending
their garment, and casting them upon
tho flaminir bier in token of tbeir coun
try's woo, and tho calamity that has
befallen thorn, in attitudes the roost
strikinirlv dramatic Far in tbe dis
tance stretcho. the Campagna and the
facade, of Doric, Lonio and Corinthian
architecture rooedo In graceful perspective.
Tho architectural exactness of this
noblo work has been diligently and
carefully sought for from among the
best historical souroca, whilo technical
arrangement of detail, grace and finish
oi urawing in uenuinui juxiiJiiiviuii ui
liuht and shade, strong and vivid ool-
urinir, the solid gronping and massing
Ul Villi HfHtM, Ml.VJ (irtMtb IUVjbl.K WW
ably illustrated, unite to make a scone
at nnoe grand and solemn. There
amid the excited populace, exalted
above tumult on hi. canopied bior,
"imperious Coisar lie like a graven
statue. Tongues of lurid flarae envelop
the funeral pile, prematurly, fired by
the torches of two incendiary Romans
before it leave, the Forum for its des
tination the temple of Jupiter Capi
tolinu. while overhanging like a pall
tbe golden tipped wreaths of smoko
ascend and drape the heaven, in
The exhibition or the animal re
sources of th oountry, to bo made by
tbe Smithsonian Institute, will be ex
tensive and interesting. Among the
mammals mounted in tho best manner
and in their stage, of ago and sex will
be shown those of most importance as
tood, suob as tho different specie, of
doer, including the moose, em, in car
iboo, the musk-ox, tho buffalo, eto.
The fur end hide bearing species
will bo represented by the bears
There's money in it
Tho Kentucky Interest law bus
changed so as to limit tbe amount
which may bo taken by spccml agree
ment to eight per cent.
-Tho Mnssacbnsells Society for
Promoting Agrioultiiro offers prises for
tbo best plantations ol trees ol l.ol less
than ten acres in extent,
The largest ice house in tho world
is in Brussels, Belgium. It cover, an
area of 18,000 square feet, and will
store a million tons of ice.
Justico Rich, of Buckingham, has
been in office twenty-one years, and
has novcr yet sent n case to the courts.
Ho believes in peace-making.
Leandcr Murphy, a twelve year
old lad of Greenshurg, has invented a
railroad switch which has attracted
the attention of railroad officials.
grjuly, brown, black, wbito, etc; foxes
black, orosa, gray, oto. Those fur-
nislnng oil will bo whales, porpoises,
Tho Wyoming historical anil geo
logical society of Wilkesharro has for
warded Its 7,00(1 pound petritied treo-
stump to tho Centenniul grounds.
They bavo a new breed of lings
n Kontucky, whoso hoofs nro solid,
like those of a borne or mule. The
brood should be called Ilrislnwiun.
Two Boston women have expend
ed 1700 in money, a year of lime, nnd
nealy all their cye-sii'lit in embroider
ing a flag for tho Centennial show.
It is now claimed Unit a woman
invented the McCormaek reaper, but
was too poor to obtain a patent, so thut
McCormaek harvested tho fortune.
There are 11,000,000 worth of shoe
pegs made yearly in tbo United Btutcs,
most of them in MsHsschusoets, requir
ing 100,000 cubic feet of white birch.
Miss Tomporanco Anderson, of
Baden, who will visit llio Centennial,
has bair six feet eight inches long,
probably tho longest in tho I'm led
Boston boasts of having the only
establishment in the country where
genuine gongs ami cymlials are maim
factored. What was that which St.
Tbo returning victims of the Black
Hills fraud breathe vengeance on Chey
enne and nthor frontier towns which
have boon instrumental in spreading
A .teel ingot, which will wcii-li
eight tons, will bo one of tho wonders
irom the Troy Bessemer steel works
to bo exhibited at tho Centennial Ex
position. Something In a name. The famous
Emma mine was named for Miss Em
ma Chisolcm, a Chicago heiress, daugh
ter of Robert B. Chisulcm, tbe original
owner of tho mine. .....
Interesting relics belonging to a
Erohistorio raco, which is supposed to
avo flourished not luss than two thou
sand years ags, have just been dis
covered in Michigan.
: An English firm which represents
a capital of 125,000 invested in iron
manufactures in England, signifioe an
intention of establishing a branch ol
tbeir bouse in Tennessee.
presiding officer, where tho Chiet Jus
liee stood tn administer tho oath. Af
ter tho first six Senator had boon
culled, Mr. Morton said if there was no
objection, lie won III suggest that all
Senators ne sworn ni one time sianti-
ing in their places. Mr. I hninisii ob
jected. Ho said there might be some
doubt about vorilylng nunnlnr who
were sworn, tie thought tbe Senate
had better follow tho usual custom:
The Senators who wore absent, und
therefore not swore, wore:
Alcorn, Allison, Huvnsido, Caperton,
Cbristiancv, C'oiikling, Conovor, Den
nis, English, Goldthwaito, Hour, John
ston, Jones (Sov.l, Morrill (lie.), rat
terson, Ransom, liubortson, Wadleigh
Tho Chief Justice then retired in
charge of the commilto, Messrs. Ed-
milium and Thnrman, and Mr. rreling.
huysen, id New Jersey, submitted an
order directing tbo Secretary of tho
Seimto to notily the House ot llupre-
aentntives that the Senate is now or
ganized for tho trial of tbo impeach.
mont of W. W. Belknap, lato Secretary
of War, and is ready to receive tho
MaiiiiL'crs of Impeachment on tho part
of the House ot Representative, at tho
bar of tho Senate. At 1.40 tho mana
gers appeared at the entrnnco of tho
Senate Chamber, and wero announced
by Sorgcunt-nt-urma rrench. the
Chair directed tho Sei-gonnt-nt arms to
escort tbe managers to tho seals pre
vided for them. AfW they wero seat
ed, Mr. Ferry, President pro tempore,
Okiti-kss-, MaxiurrR! Ttta 8vn.t. ta sow
r,(.nlfti4 for the trial of th. lmsMoliRiBt at W.
W. bVlkn.p, Isle Sct f Wat.
Mr. Lord, chairman of tho Board of
Munagurs, said :
orif aalal W
i b.ii juj i uny conference with the prosecuting
i olliccrs of tln Government. Tho of-
i'ho Senators, as their names were f.t ot that onlor was to embarrass the
called, advanced to tho desk or the . prosecutions of the Whisky Rtngat St.
Ijotiis, Chicago, nnd Milwaukee, and
that was undoubtedly it. intention.
' Bell, the detective, who formerly
served as Gmnt't 'scout In - the army,
and who was first reeom mended by
him liir a nbvL-u in the AttoHiov -Gen
eral's office, and then In- the Interior
Department, sworo Without Doing con
tradicted in any way, that Grant de
sired htm to spy out the secret, of tbo
liisiiK i -Attorney's ornce, nnd to re
port us to the probable guilt or inno
cence of llslx'nck iiiion the testimony
there tiled away, lie distrusted Col.
Dyer, nnd sought Ibis clandestine
mPlhod of "looking into bis hand.''.
Col. Dyer swore before th Commit
tee of War KxH-nditures, that Fox,
one of tho Grand Jury that indicted
Bnbcock, kept the President informed
of the proceeding in regard to Bali
cock's indictment, the nature of tbe
testimony against' bim, nnd the incli
nations of the jury. ' 'Those secret eom
mnnications were received by Grant
with a full knowledgo that Fox hod
violated his oath, and tbnt he himself
was a party to an outrage upon the law
which h had sworn to eeo faithfully
Those throo acts would be sufficient
to impeach Grant " Heintertcrod wilh
tho course of justico, through Pierre
pnnt, to excludo testimony against
Bahcork ; ha employed a spy at the
public expense to search tbe District
Attorney 'suffice; and he connived with
a member of the Grand Jury to expose
tho secrets of the inquest. ' if it hod
been possible to arraign Andrew John
son on any part ot theso charges, or
on flagrant corruption such as Grant
has openly countenanced, if he has not
shared in its idnnder. no human power
7. ,E ' , . ; 7 . r vcoii Id have prevented In. conviction.
Nevada. .. ..
Teliae aeea .
Illlauia .. ..
Uh.wla I. laeJ. ........
Noll U breb glvM lk-1 ItUt of A4-vlaitlr-itot
oiibiMUUtf frmo1U KAKWKLL,
IV plant tsO linai psrw-ni,
hiiiir tkiu r diftJ RKmtt th uu will
VUl Willi (Mil 4J-I-J. . T
Ulra CbIui, Onlre Ctf , Pi., Airil 11,
NotiM U hrtil)j ( ihkt ttUr ot A4-
lBt(rtiu h tbi hum if N M. (f'AHvVKLb,
lata mt Pike lnbf, ClwiltU 9-mmtj,
sMiti bsrlag bmmm tlat frMltxl I itt
n4rtnynl, wi Mri- titJM4 U Mil -ti(4
Will IH BMt llllllnillaMi fl-tyi-sint, fttltl I'U.I i
bsvlDjt eUtotf r dentBUsli Bill rni iUm
AiniiBi'riDf . j
illep I'biub, CfBtr 0t., P.( April IJ, '76-t. j
N. E. ARNOLD,
' cuanKN.viLi.it, p., -
Arnold & Hvlshorn.
- no IMK) M-lMt kaavtst MUafle.,
JO.IMM) aweads mt West,
Data, luaj 17
Of .tho States classed above as Re
publican, California, Colorado and
Wisconsin, casting 1ft vntos in tho
doctoral college, gave Democratic ma
jorities at tbeir lust general elections.
Should they vote for the Democratic
candidate tor President, he will receive
217 votes ami tbe Republican t-andi-Vt'l,
showing a probable Democratic
majority in tho electoral college of 6i.
New liampsbiro, Ohio, Pennsylvania
and rjouth Carolina which may bu set
down among tho doubtful Slate are
bore conceded to the Republican. The
Democrats have equal chance lor
Uluo and Pennsylvania, anu with a
sound platform and unexceptionable
candidates will carry both. It is pre
dicted by some people that. a bard
money platform would defeat tbe De
mocracy in Indiana. We do not be
Itcvo It wonld, but it Is the only flute
In tbe Union claimed in tho above
table as Domocratio in which such
effect might be produced by hard
money as a Demoaratlc issue. On tho
other band California on tho same issue
would with reasonable certainty odd
her six votes to tbe Democratic column.
Thus a Democratic President would bo
elected without the vote of Indians
These figure and observations are
made tor the benefit of platform build
era and President makers in general
They are welcome to them and will
we hope to derive some comfort and
profit from them. Harruburg Ptitnot.
' Michael Grover, Sheriff of Columbia
county, died In liloomsburg on Kun-
War, lu aaaaer tbe artiotoe nr lutpuavhnent ire-
Mr. Kdmunds, of Vermont, submitted
lite following, which was agreed to:
Ordered, thai a eumhiuiia bo issued, as
required by the rules Of procedure and
practice in tho Senate when silting in
the trial of impeachment, to n. vr
sea elephant, and other cetaceans.
the birds will Include all tbe lonns
matter f 1 ' "
Crime Upon Crime. One of the
means used by the Administration to
clear General Bnbcock, was to send
foronaof IbeGrand Jurors, named Fox,
after the bill of indictment was found
against "Bali," who gov Grant A Co.
nil necessary information, and they ad
justed themselves, accordingly, and, of
aourse through perjury of this Grand
Juror, who hnd boon sworn lo secrecy,
and a few oilier witnesses purchased
for the occasion. Tie appointment ot
Kox s son to a fat office few duy. af
ter "the fox" left Washington, i. tbe
only visible compensation as the price
of his perjuryj That "fox" deserves
to bo caught and caged for bis infamous
' AsoTHxa KimcAL 8aikt in Taoo
nLE. Senator Hitchcock, of Nebraska,
is placed In an uncomfortable position
by the following telegram :
Fssliosr, Rebraaha, March IS, 76.
iltitttr Ctfmtr. Mtmkr rae Him Jfaaraars
ttfifire, D. (?..
aWaaaer Uluheaek leitliee: hlael'i Be roa
taUd m Ike eatlenala. at Fott .Wei lor air t
Ttoe la plaste af airef of Hon. batag paiS Is
at least 1260 worth of real estate be
fore thoy can exercise tbo elective
franchise. If the luws of our Slate
wore a. odiously constituted as those
Son Francisco has a society with
30,000 members who boliuve that they
are ruined by Obinoso cheap lalmr, and
. . .t t 1 1. ....: ,tx Am
thatare appreciated a. beingoatableor A ,f miM,urv, fuj.
nji supplying leninum, iiiinius, u;., lur
llelknnp, returnublo on Monday, tho
17th day of tho present month, at 1
o clock in tho altrruoon. Air. JorU
declared this satisfactory to tho mana
gers, who then retired, and Mr. Steven
son, of Kentucky, said if there was no
tiiriher business be moved that the
Senate sitting as a court adjourn. Mr.
Kdmunds thought that was hardly the
proper motion. Tbe Senate, sitting
as a cnurt,should adjourn until the 17th,
when the process wus returnable. Mr.
Stevenson inquired If any conference
had been held with tpe counsel ol Uon
...i i.!t...ii MS to' whether mu uim
Axed for tho return of tho process
would sun them. Jir. Kdmunds, in
reply, said bo bad no such conference,
and did not expect to nave any cooler
cnee, with tho counsel of Mr. ilelknap.
Of course, when the process was re
turned on tho 17th, if they desired
moro time, tbey would apply for It.
Mr. Stevenson saw no Impropriety In
tho managers on tbo part of tbe House
having a friendly interview with the
counsel of General Belknap to learn
when Ihoy would bo ready for trial,
but Mr. Kdmunds cut him off by mov.
ing that the Senate sitting as a Court
of Impeachment, adjourn until tho 17th
instant. Mr. Bogy, of Missouri, at this
movonicnt, said tho twenty-fourth rule
of tho Senato required that, in cases ol
impeachment, the summons should be
returnable at 12.30 P. M., and tho order
just adopted mado tho summon, re-
turnlilo at 1 o clock, to which Mr. Ed
munds said that rulo was a mere mat
ter of form, nnd tho Senato had the
right to change that form, and
Ax uny hour convenient, lie re
ferred to tho Johnson trial, and said
: Sheriff's Sale. I
By virtiM f MBdrr writ nf Fimn it
Mod out uf lb Court t Qmrnnm Ht-ni tit Ctmr. ;
ftIJ OOUBlV, Bart U Jini, ili.ir will It I
mm4 to paUli b4 thm Cvmrl U him. in h ;
r April, 1876, Bt 1 o'oltwk rn. M. th (-!
lowing Jatrtb i-mi mum, w win
All lbfifmtlf Ptw MotKuM (WIm
Bdttidtl BBB-hBlO bll tbftt eariBia Urm or
motor Ual umbu, lylug, Boi bia in I.
roBM tewktibip, CtBBrBoltl ouuat. P., oa mwrtk
Ido of tbo Hoj-ohfMiBB rlvof, and ob butb ti
of Uropiko lotwilag fnM CloariUld to Car i-auvil I-,
bof toning at a aniat bj obottant wa tbo 4ittt ol
tbo ftoMtit-baaria rivor, bolog lx tlit a-rnr ol
Uad of Juba D. Wrtglti; ta-noo d-iwH md hf or
ootb oifbljr-friitbt dvgnto- ot fuorto-o ftorboa
lu a pu( t tb?BM Mib at voiiiy.two 4vrt4 oat
oixbt rOKbo lo ajioH) tboaoo It nsmuif
dgri oot twonty- porobo to a yott j (ouneo
vrib fllsiy-twn dogrotM oat aiitr-otxlif inri'twi
tu a tt a4 orar of lad of Ioittur UoitiiinK ,
tboaeo iwoaty-Ml aad auo-bftlf dwifro wort
twoalj-aiiM rrea atoag oaador Uoaklug'i
load to a kM i tban Bur Lb lltjri t dtgrvo omI
M-Mlooai oad oao-bolf pornh ut a i tfaoaaa
aorth twu djro-o t4l aairox tarapitt rwad vnt
bandrod ood lbirtoa parwbo potl m towu
thiv owl : tb-aB along oaid fowaibia vtm4 aorrfi
aigbif-oi.bt dgroM mI oothaadrod od ihiny
w prcfaM tt a pin erw tf t Itui'l ut Jo'ia I.
Wrigblt tbeaoa atb tl aad ihroo-fourth
4xrotcatuaobaadro4 aad alaotv-loo taorntwa
long Juba ti. Wrigbt'i land to poat by coo-tu
and pUoa or bogioBtog, e.i'a.Bior ooa buod rod
aad ibirty-throa aem oad liity-flro preb-ti art.
bMng kaowa as tbo Barrott rars, aad bavin g
thorooa orooUd a food two-atorr dwoHtas boaao.
largo fraaso boob ban, wah bouao, aatvbo huaao ,
apriag mbm, aoa aibor ojtuil4ing, aad alao a
wmry good orchard. (To bo o4d auttjont to a
Btortgoga of t6,4 apoa tho wbolo propanj )
Taaaa of Bilb.- Tha pHoo or aua at whWh
tbo proport ihail bo atraok off a. tut be paid at
tbo tiaio of aalo, of aoafa olbor arrAaganuou ni It
aa will bo approrod. otbtrwiao tbo pruparty will
bo laiawdialaiy pot op nod ttH ia at tho of
poaao oal rtk or Ibt paraxa to -rbutw U woa
atraAk off, and wbo, ta aaao of doAetoBAy at aaib
ra-aalo, ahaJI sab good tbo moo, bb4 la bo
laatan-a win tao uood oo proaotiud ta Vnn 1if
ealraiatioa aolooa tho oaoaar la act felly paid to
tha Hh.rif. W. H. Mcl'HKKriO.V,
8aaairr'a Orrira, l Sboriff.
Ckarftold, Pa April IS, 1170.
Partloi having long Bhlngloa or Wool (or altk
or) will do will u oai oa a. Tha higboat aur
bat price paid at all ttnoa.
' Ala, a full aad oowiplota atoak of
HATS & CAPS,
BOOTH A fallOEH.
GROCERIES, FLOUR, FEED,
SALT, PROVISIONS, 4c.,
biah will bo ali at rvajaaatbVo prWa, or vi-
afaBad for biaglf or wo.).
f:rwfarllle. May , 1871.
S0TICE TO TAI-FAYEKS.
la amnrdanoe wilt aa Art or tbe lleoeral -eeaaj
af lbi CoBiaieBweta, apprena Ute tl4
imj ot M.teb. A. D. IST4 aad lb. .ui,)il4aiaat ep
pioea tbe M aoj af April, A. D. 17!, "relatioi
to Ike eolbKtien "f .! ta Ike aoaMr ai (.10.1
j 'V. T . i t. u a- li aollee 11 Ikeref.i beteliy gien 10 Ike Ul-
dny night, last. 1I has boon flieblo ,,,' 1. Ibediatrlau helo. aaaaa. tbat
A it was. he was barely sarod noon a
partisan indictment by tbe honesty sf
six Kenuniicnn Monnlom.
No tormer I'rosident oTer ventarod
to defy publio nninion, iolste law,
trample on propriety, and protect ras
cality, as Grunt bas done during the
Inst seven years, with tbe consent and
co-operation of the party which he has
ruled with onsolute power, inonnep
henls, Spencers, Hawyors, Caseys,
Wonts, MclKinalds, Joyces, Jiabcocks,
Kilbonrna, Luckevs, and that plunder
ing crew ot adventurer nnd roae,
were and still lire nmotif his intimato
friends and most trusted oonfidsnl.
Their -counstds, heated with whisky
and jobbery, were preferred to tbe ad
vice of the bust and wisest Senators
and liepreaent stives. Tbey have prac
tically ahaped tho policy of the party
I.t ai S.w tMimalio mut. Oiamt will b
shorn of his power, and he most then
drop dishonored among the compan
ions ijohi suited to ni8 urn taste ana
low habits. ' There Is no future lor
him after he Is ejected from the Presl
deney, but a return to bis old associa
tions in 8t. Louis, from which he was
extricated by the war.. A a publio
man hi. career will soon be ended, and
be will ro into exile with bi. laurels
as a soldier irreparably tarnished, and
hi. character as a man hopelessly de
graded to th revel ot Boa. (Shepherd
nna hi. cronies. jvrw 1 or ,ym.
for some timo, having received a severe
fall soruo months ago from which be
ha. suffered ever since. Notwith
standing hi. Injuries be exposed him
self to much in trying to attend to his
official duties that he became rapidly
worse. lie has been Sheriff two years
and three months leaving nine months
of the term vacant by bis death. C.
Q. Harphy, the coroner of the county,
is acting Sheriff, pending tbe appoint
ment oi a successor oy tne uovernnr.
Tbe Dfimit Frr Prm expresses tho
opinion that the Senate would never
bar consented to tbe calling down of
tho President', salary from 150,000 to
125,000 per annum, but for the fart
that tho Republican members had
reached the conclusion that Grant's
suocessor would be a Democrat.
The Honate, as a court of impeach
ment, bas issued a summons to hel
knap to appear for trial on the 17th
inst. His counsel will ask a delay of
" A KnroHmii, rlLnw-crvHour pow
dor magaiino, on of Walker Bros.,
for the California I'owdar Company,
containing ono and a half car-loads of
powder ; one ot ,ion Co-operative In
stitution, lor tbe Uamru Fowuer Co.
oontaining ten ton. of powder, one of
Walker Mros., tor the Oriental Powder
Co., containing halt a oar-load of pow.
dor, and on of Hon Jennings, for th
Dapont Pnwdor Company, oontaining
lonrtoen tons ot powder, all located on
Arsenal Hill, near Halt l.akc City, ex-
tho purpose of omuinent or domestic
utility. The kinds especially beneficial
or injurious to Jh? farmer will lso be
of Rhode Wand, neither of tho editors ' . . . . ,
A W. Tbbr.rt.
llow meddlesome kom people arc,
anyhow, about other people', affairs.
, Hitchcock was esteemed a aaint in
itadiunl politic and among Statesmen
uf hi. make op ; but here come, a mod-1
' dlosnmo Htato Ronstor who blabs all
lie knows, and by bis indiscretion ren
1 dor the whole Radical iamily unhap
py, esieciaUy Hitchcock, whobas pass
ed himself off as on honest mart for
several years. '"So we go.
of the two Junior Know Nothing Or
gans in thl. county could get a vote.
Would not that be humiliating and de
grading to the valor and Christian lor-'
titude of those two paragons of virtue
and undisguised patriotism.
Head. Ore. Hundreds nf tho offi
cial drone who bave been kopton tho
Treasury pay roll, for year without
undergoing any labor, except drawing
tbeir salaries quarterly, are being dis
missed by tbo Democratic Congress,
and th Treasury isived millions of dol
lars which can hereafter be applied to
the extinguishment of onr lingo no
tional debt. Undor the new arrange
ment made by tho Revenue Depart
ment, Cloarnuid i. wualloped in with a
now net of neighbor and put la tha
Ninth District to be composed of tbe
counties of Fayette, Westmoreland,
Indiana, Armstrong, Jefferson, and
Clearfield, with th collector's office at
(irecnHburj, This will nearly "bust"
the Brookvillo "ring," which has grown
fat and saucy, and can exhibit mora
patriotism on short notice than tha
same number of men can in any other
three district.. Crocnsburg being mado
the hood-quarters, will be tlie cause nf
much regret by a few "Christian Htatos-
men" at Brookville.
Tat Dam-Boom Bill. Kor more
than twenty year, have the lumber
men oi our county been annoyed with
tho Williamsport Boom, during which
period it has also been a prolific source
of Iicgislatirecorruption, and Iho longer
it hang on th. worse it gets. Th
revelations made on tha Aoat pf the
11 on so, last week, are certainly oslorv
frogs, terrapins, sea turtles, alligators,
etc.. as ftirnisbing food, leather and oil.
The flshos will he shown in s variety
of specimen., mostly in plaster or
paper macho cts, oomo ii alcohol,
wniis other, win pp roprosenien ny
Facts akd Kmuoirs. Senator Wol
loco delivered one of his characteristic
mntlcr-of fact speoches in tho United
Slate. Hawaii last woek, on the Consul
ar and Diplomatic, appropriation bill,
which ottractod universal attention in
that body. Although tho Senators
wero limited to fivo minuto speeches,
Mr. Wallace was allowed to occupy
tho floor for nearly balf an hour. Wo
will lay tho speech beforo our readers
next week. And "old sledge" dealer
remarked to u. alter finishing the
speech: "Well, that just Uka Wal
lace; ho rover play, unless ho has a
lone hand, an Ace and the two bowers.
Now, ho has given those fellow, a dose
of figures that don't Ho, which tho
great majority of thom were too d d
lur.y lo hunt up, and tho balance did
not know if here to und ibom."
A man imprisoned in tho Missouri
Stato Prison under tho name of Graves
has contosard that bo is Flunk James,
one nf the notorious James brothers,
who hvo been a lorrpr to tbo State.
in a recent failure in Now York
tho assets consisted principally ol shares
in on undertaking to inako spurious
butter out of fat. Hnch chickens do
pot always come home to roost so soon.
Tha bog cholenn Is luglng in Illi
nois, Since last full not less than 15,
000 bogs which diotl of tho disease,
bavo been mado Into giwaso by the
teaming process in Springtfeld alono.
' While in this country Dom Pedro,
Emperor of Uracil, will pass under the
n-ruj of Jr. Alenhlnra, and the Kin
press will ho Mrs. Alcantara. They
will travel as a privuto gentleman and
A company of wealthy Americans
nnd Canadians bas boon formed for the
purposo of bnying out the wholo I ndian
roservo on Grand river, nnd settling
the jndians now living there In m un
it ok a.
Tbo Entlifiterinq ami Mininn .It
nal thinks that Iho largo applications
to tho cool coniimnics to contract coal
for tbo season "would indicate thnt nn
increased business will bo done this
A shower of gooso eggs full In
Western Now lork th other nay
Thoy cnine from a flock of wild gwso
which became bewildered in ft storm
and were unable to roach . their usual
Tho Sbnh of Persia has in his
placo, 0 lerrcstial globe ssid to ho of
solid gold. t l surrounded by circles
of tbe same metal and adorned with all
sorts of gems. All the countries are
indicated by incrustations of diamonds
tho into Chief Justice, who presided atlP'W'Hl (u luosday, April , with larv
Hint trial, thought all rule of tho Hen-1 '" iolono, shaking and badly tn--ato
in regard to Impcachmont should! jurlnghuiMing in tbe oily, prostrating
bo adopted whilo tho Senate was sit- eunnneys anu spruwiing me wmesi.
ting as a court nf impeachment, and consternation among the noophj. Throe
the Senato did adopt the rules again mon wore blown no on knows where,
while BitluiL' as a court. It was. there- nd two boy. wore killed.. Their
foro, perfectly competent for tho Sen- names are unknown.. Many buildings
ute to cbnngo or modify the rule. Af-j "" riddled with boulders which flow
n . . . I - : . nit.... i i i
tur lurtlier argument Jllr. KdinnnUs uvrr m uiij, 4 w w wye nan
modified his motion to that tho !e'n,ato, K H"inm, and it is Hi)osod that
Boston has got up a new scandal
about "job" in providing fog-horns
tor vessels, and all the papers ore blow
ing about ft. - 1
The people of the whole countrv or
interested In tbe number of cattle pre
paring lor tne Kastera market in Tex
as. They number 208,500.
the CuotT Trea'sr. la eroorilaJMO with Ibe eea-
oad alius of eeiat A at. erill altea. el tbe place,
of bulding tbe karoBib aad tewalbipeleetloae oa
Ike followiag aaaaea ueye, twr ibo parpwe ei
pAUMKRS, LOOK IIKItF. !
F. M.CARWftl.R0.. V-
M eall Ike aUeatU-a of t'eieaaie te Ilia fart
Ibat tby are reerli iag
ONB CAR LOAD or
Hebron's Patent Lock Level Tread
t Threth Machines,
, ONI CAK LOAD Of" ' ,
CHAMPION MOWERS and REAPERS
Aud tao kloila of ORAIil llRILLg-f ASM.
RUS1 FAVOBITK A FARMERS' fKIKND.
All Ibt abate Maahlaet will be m!4 CHEAP for
CAail, eV escheated for food HORflBS
od FAT CATTLR.
Tbe kaie alao a lot of sew
TWO MOR8 ROAD WAOON8,
Wbicb Ibt will iiipota of IB Ibt aaiat maastr.
Oar Tbraihert, Raaprra sod llrltle ere ut tba
beat aiabet ta Ibe ooaotrr.aad warraaied
fira.tlaje is evert part ieelar.
Call at our meal Market Is Pte'e Opera llnate
aad tsamiao tbeie ataeblnea.
V. M. CAKDON k. Hlil.
Clrt.liM, Pa, Marek ,'t '.
Down I Down 1 1
THE LAST ARRIVAL
AND OF COURSE Till CHEAPRBT!
A Proclamation against High Prices
17E art bw opeaiBg op a lot of tb. beet and
VV eioat aaaeuoabla Uoudi aad Ware ever
'"""l , y.,...V.r ISIJ. ' artaad al prieettbat
,..,.( lb. Ctr toS attte la . rf lh. ,u 4... rf .. Ul,gt
IB. j.ar llt.e: - wbo lack lailb amoa Ibil poial, ot tjeoea a
P,.i Clearteld Borooab aad Lawsee lowoablp,
Tbaredajr and Friday, Mat 41b aad Jib.
For Umbtb lewaibip, Batotdaj, Mat Slh, fraaa
I 10 4 o'cloeb.
For Olrard luwaablp, Moadejr, Mat lib. '
For Kartbaaa lowaabip, Tocaday, Mat Sib.
Fr Cotiogti luwBhi, Wadaaed.t, timy IStb
lleabaai lewaibiB, Thartdar, Ma II lb.
Fur Morrit In.aabin,' Friday, May liib.
Kor Bradford tawoabip, getatdat, Ma Ink.
For Woudward oawBtbip, Moodaj. Mat lo'h
Far Hooladale boruo(h. Moada. Ma l.th.
For OMOola boroagb, 'faoajav, M.7 ISlb.
Fur Deealer towaabip, Tuiadat, Uat I6ih. ,
Fir RSS" Waabip. Wedneda,' May trib.
Fr W.Uta koroask, Wedaeedat, U.J 17th
fruai IB 14 o elocb, a. '
Fw Kaoi lewatbip, Thar day, Mir 1Mb, rraea
lo 4 o'eloek. I
For Pike lewoahip, Friday, Met Itib, fnaj I It ,
4 o'eloek. ' .
for Carwaaatllla korta.k, "atardat, Mae Hub, ,
trm 10 I t'.iwik.
For Uaina u.oibip, Mosdar, Mar ill, fr m IS
10 4 t'eloeb.
For Ilaabarrtr, Taeida, Ma; Md, fr.ea 7 to li. !
For Troalrille, Taeadajt, Mat ltd, fniai 1 10 (. j
For Loiherebara;. WadoeeiUt, liik, hoai led.
For Uluoia loooabip, TBaradet, IMb.rroai III to 4. j
Fat Past tewaakip, Fndar, 4lk. froat it t. ,
For liatloa tooa p, Salarda, J 7 lb, from It to 4. ,
Upon all Ulet paid to Ike Trtaaarat tbera will i
bo a redoetioa of Sve per Mst., wktle a per
oeat wli; beadda after iktlnl day ol Jul; sett,
to all aapaid taaao, asakbag s diaVraaot it TB.V
per toai. tt prtmpt las pattra. Partita taa,
rreel tbe Srat of Mat, p. tbeir tataa al Ike
Troeearet 'a elM. Tke baLaaot of Ikt 4iatrieta
will be tlaltod alter daae Can. 1
Nome To MBBCSfcirraA rare epportaaitr I
will ka gttaato aaerebaall tecoaae forward al tbe I
nu aad pbmt abort art forts, aad Mfl tkeir
LioeatM tot itrt.- i 1
Trtawaror'a OSlet, I . P. M'OAt OIIKY,
gatloBe rapersaoaa, aaes Bat
sitting as a court, should adjourn until
Iz.M on tho 17th ol April, and Insisted
upon its adoption. Mr. Bogy demanded
tho yeas and nays, and tbe motion was
agreed to yeas 38, nays 10. The lat
Kuton, JeorwOod, Jlttpltjhir), !nusiiry,
Whyte, Withers, .
McBsra, Hlai'li, Uhiir. and Ciii'liontor,
coninol fur Ilelknap, will ask on tho
Kin UiKt, (.tne lime set lor tno iriiu )an
extension of two weeks, making alto-
r.olinr roil, mititlr. In u-liifb. tn mm.
" . . : . : - r - . 1. - i 1. ! ti ...
plelo tbeir preparations and summon ' "IT" '"""" w "'
' i. ..I . H i .aiiiltll.ltin.til luhU.k It.wa .m.tn ntuil
Wbt Make a IIistinctioh. The
highly esteemed editors of tho Lancas
ter iHtrttigcnctr, Mill ewntinu to harp
over the remit of Lb Democratic State
' Convention. Tbcv wbino like acalded
a I jjminw, i.nb nma, eiiv vvauuiiiv autiuor
children. And this is the age concln. i.hn(,. As two commlttees-Henate
, sion thoy have arrived at: L-j Uonse-aro now Investigating tha
. ' We ihl&k thai M au wrosg tar s Dtaioaralui 1 - t . . r
r. siBuaHtaattr tt totao lata s li.-a.tie chorgo. of bribery, we refrain from ex.
ute CwMtattoa tad eaUr lata a totaklBBUtti ' pressing onr riw at thl time. VI 0
i out atlier aanSldetee tt laasr kit eleeUoa aa a I r. ,
dalafUe to ta, l.lia. . ..
". ow, if itwavi wrong for o Senator
' ts participate In 4fc proceedings, why
is it esteemed a vlrlut io a Congreas-
, roan f If Senator Wall od bis
eisjwtitAiofiU bad no rights In thatibodf ,
how was OcgrmBMa Bomlall and
1 his constilaent. HiTrkkiiiiaedf tSage.
and paragon, of Uomocntty, Jg point.
out the distinction to oar dull cotapre
bension, so that we may rat eevy ta
shall be very sorry if an Investigation
establishes the fact that bribery baa
been resorted to by both th Room
Company, and th Hill men. But
we will not wltbold oar view very
Jong aftor tbe committee' report. We
fcs that some 0f our Uorrisburg Leg.
laUtara bave Jmwb imitating Belknap,
Babcock A Co., lo a omall way, and If i
apt obeoked np at onea, and! fh a-
Tii Two Jack. Tbe IMtUburith
Pus! and Lancaster lntelligenctr are still
scolding about tho Demooratio State
Convention, Senator Wallace comes
In for a largo share of their buso.
Wearenotaiojiowerot wauaoe, nucv
alow, liandall, Vlck, or any other
person styled a "leader ol Uie parly.
We believe in tbo peoplo loading tbem-
.ulon. .nil era thmlt Iha vnica nf tha
people was well expressed ot Uncos-j nd ppwlou. stonoa of vnrloui colors.
they fired into one of' the mogaaiues,
causing the explosion,, ,. , , r ,
TwanTT-rivi XHouoAitt Shoot.
Aspirant, to tho PresidetKV mnv as
well make tin their miiidatbttfioroiL'X'i0
wil ha tm 4ly ttiHuiand ayev ondifMriteti
EurQuisitu lur any u tliaai, -. Jloth
oiises bavo passed a bill restoring the
salary of th I'reaiutiul to lft.OOO, so
it I eurtuin tliot the raise made for
Mr. O mot's kenollt will not be enjoyed
by bis successor. Furthermore, the
tor. both in the resolutions, and by
the aotlun of th Convention auleoting
delegates, and instructing tbem to vote
as a unit in th ISational Convention,
bat leaving them free to support lor
President and Vic President wbaver
a majority of th delegation may con
sider tb moat (uiUbU coopers. W
trust that our ooteaiporarie will oess
their scolding, and turn their battori
on th enemy, and that a united Domo
cratio party will borl from power the
preaant corrupt anal Imbecile adminis
traiion. Otctnoa Dmocrat.
The very ravsrswof ajnesUoo, what
bos become of Reartier Colfaa t I. at
length solved by tb Cticitde Tim-,
which seriously erti that "ono lo a
while he oomeaoat into tbe front yard,
and, patting bi hand to hia ears, Uotea
intently to beer if bi country i call-
in him: and then. snobU to detect
thors exposed, llarrieburg will become ny oo4i of that wtara, slowly and
as rnrrnnt siWsriiriirten,
ssdly he rts beck; Into th honse."
'William Schrull is tho nnmo of the
man who started from Denver lust
January In a light spring wagon, drawn
by two bnrsiis, to go lo tho Ciuitoniiiul,
uo passed ihrougli Mt, Jisteph, Mo.,
last week. He drives slowly, "so as to
get a good look at the country," ho
Tho accounts of the Vienna Ex
hibition have jtisi boon published. The
total expenditures amounted to 10,123,.
270 florins, and the receipt, to 4,2Mb,
349 florins, tho enliro Ins, therefore,
bcinit 14.RHC.8U florins, or almut 17.-
I hOO.UM, B'hicb the Siato tins tn niske
"One day recently some tvt'l'go chil
dren wore plsvinu near a creek in
Ooorgia, when on alligator oruwliiel out
and swollowud ona of the obllilmn.
Next day party cauirhi the allimtor,
cut him open, and took tba youngster
out olive. The local paper Is tho alls.
wllnoos Air thu diAnco,
Missis Uovkiihiisnt. It appcara
that Ulivo Ivogan has been lotorviow.
ing "the govern ment's" with recently,
vis: tlhvo Logan: "My dmigbter,"
said tbo I'rosidunl's wilo, casting an
niTm'tlonato gliince at Mrs. Kreil Uraut,
'is very tOnil or music, and, Inderal,
sinKs very pmttlly horsell. lucre
was nothlnir ssirnnsinif In this state
ment. J should jvally lko tp know H.
there Is anything Una gracious, grace.
mi, willowy young lady duet unpret-
my. Mrs. urnut spoko oiroctionnloiy
of her other (liniilitor that ono who
is tur awny in Memo hngland, and
who dwells within a short rail-rido ol
old Southampton, rich with it, relics
of bygone yeas tho liar tiat, th
ancient harbor ol which Hhukspottr
sponks, iho rnmantlo Isotloy Auby aud
its traditions concerning tho preseno
there ol irooil IJucen Ihss. '-Jink
Siirtoris lives In s most lovely port of
Knglnwl," said I " harp vlnuiif I he
country iiinnil about tioulhainptun
ireoiicniiy. imrtl I'slniorstmi a estate
is nenr tbeiv, It would bo difficult to
Gnd any spot In the world more sopleto
with pcncoful hem lies and more rich
in point of culture." "My dsutrhur
..- ... r
lives in a nine ootingo on tlio estutu ol
mr. isurions. sum Mrs, uroiit, "anu
goes over tn llif lurife house fiir her
meals. So she I ss all tbe plewurosi
Uliil none ol the euros of hoo-'li toping,".
"Von have never lioon to Knrone, Mrs.
finint f "No, mt yet, Hut Mr.
(Irunt will soon be at lelsiirb, qnd then
no doulit wo shall go," ' '" -'I
Well, wo Aro n " ao "lire abatrl the
"leisure." lie rnuy 1 pent to console
loyco. McDonald t Co. If hrreives
what ho is entitle! to under the" law,,
liko them; ho will UtrVy wtiuV in the
pvnjlunliury before sailing lor Knland.
The li'mtod Hlsiaa !t,.MOle'on Tburn
duy last reieclwl ilm nunilnalion of
iliuhord li, Dana J' as .Minister tol
ltt.....A It V . -..en.: ii..P
'",'" iii wo (H SUMlcirnicy
liHe In bis morals to suit Ibo Republi
Asuilill.tiinaiit- uihlith haaa amannUut
' .u' '".-. 'jii.,.i . ' ' poattrt prt-psid.
uimoi li pram vilt amuiuiapsvtuil,.iuwnalt-. , ddrtae
about ninoty tnousanq mora, are not
likoly to reach that sura again, i rater
t'residenu, or at least tu nen one,
will liavo to oomo down to something
like the pay received by each common
fellows as Jackson and Linoul.aad Mr.
THS PHUAD'A THJES.
"Till TIM is-1. A naiT-OtiAM
J MOIKHG NEWSPAPEB.
Aad bat tletad III tral pear silk aa aatabllaked
boat jtdt elrealatiaa largtr Ibaa tkat tf tap otter
dailt Is Naairlroe!., wlik a rla(la eiet.liae.
It baa saw tbe Siatl ptrftal aiatkiaar aad ap
pllaaaat far ariatia. iu large editioa. barlaf tat
Hot PerfeetlBg Praaeaa, eark aapablt af priBllaf
SS.SIt taeapltte topite of Tai Tiaas la as koBr,
at tkat It tat aire Ikt rt laUet atwa aad aaabe
Ikt aariital tUliverp It til restart, it eaattiB
4LL TUK L4TB$T JTEtTt,
iasladiai Ikt Aietllatia) Preei Teletrraaaa. Detial
Telagra-a aad Correepatdoaof frua) all palall af
lBUr.it, rail BSd OtcursM Lttal k.porla, aad
raarltel (dlMrtal Uiaeaaal.t of all Oarraal
TopK swbias il tke aiaM ttaplttt aad tbaap
eel tewapaatt la Peaaajlraaia. "Its Tista la
la tttrptkiai, sad will, la all palilital bubmIm,
oa failbfsl It tralk Bad in eta toatlettoaa. It
bat a. kollow prateao tf taatrs lltp oa Ibe
ItadlBl ejatelloai af Ikt dap, tr la polltltal eat
ttaia at it. past, kal wiU tter diaeaid Ike Uiad
partltaaakip tkat Would .kurd'tate. tb. u(bt tt
sa., pu inaiiy ior api argaBtiMtoa, af
let laibitat itab alalat U Mado. aad will
rieeel artllelit aaliiiesl trrtrt aad ike wa.1 mt
paoiie wieiniT wttetrer Ivsaa. tl staiaadi
ItoaoB) and Sdelltt Is Ittrp deptrtaitBl tf
eatborhj, Cup, Huu aad Maliacal, aad koldlj
arralfal tktal tf tterp party wkt a bale pablle
USM. Il diMataaa pablle laaatt, pabllt ttwla
and ptbllt Mta, witb Ikal aaaaaara of froodow
tkalfldletatad bp tralk, bat witb bal dlian;
aad toanatp wbiok kouUt out! akataalaaiae Ike
pearl t H,t saiiisuaM aaiioei tl Ika world
Prlea two aeau per top.i aiaU eaeeortbore
CiLL UT OIR BTORE,
' Oorstr Frost sad Market Btnarta,
Wkert tkep taa ttt, fetl, ktar aad kaow fkr IkaaB
teltei. To fully aaderetaad wbat areebeaak goadi
tkll aiait bt daaa. Wa do aot doaai It 1111111
la taaaitralt aad IttaiM tar atoek. It it taoagk
foe al ta Italt tkat
We bare ErerrtJung that if Needed
aad eonaamed is tkll Bark at, a.4 al prion Uat
aetooiak kotk aid aadtoanp.
dttlS JOekPH SHAW lot.
H. At KRATZER.
KRIiTZEl & LYTLE,
v ' wAtt tkm,
, i ' . . Wt-DOW (HAOIS.
Market atrrwt, Cleor-eM, fa.
Ftk. M, IT-lf -J I
TIOROVGII STATEMKNT j -j pOR 8ALR OB RKST-.
.... . , c. . n w i. TVaeadettifatd SadiaiM toe
A StateaMBt of Strttt sad Pow Vna.li f
Cltarfuld Ooroalk, ttt UJl 1
btscst rr an. a.
To kalaatt dot kud ietl.mtet
Tt ataoaat aateaeod lar lS7a
derai-atd OsdiBf a tot iaotsraaittt
It kMp a fabllt Hoaeo ai Ikt aetalk af Saadr
1 sad uetitral raaat, atttrat tt real, aril, er ai
I tkaata tkt former, kit will tiekaagt il lor Iowa
47 SI ' property is uitarleld tr utrwtaeTllla. 1 all pre-
1.S74 ss perty aoBtaiae IIS aorta, 40 tf wkiek artelearrd..
Taa waolt n a-drrtaid with aaal, Bra alt tad a.
II ,911 ft I rait tf Iroa-trt, betides poeeeeeiBg a good waler-
-- 1 power. iBBaanaiBsi areaiargt awauiaa, tara..
! tat ktaaee, tad a aaw ai'.U. PofataaioB wilt bt
.1,111 4T ' sites al aay I lata. Tba title II iidiepatable..
ST V. I Ike prtapteura ra'et tf tkia praportt i aat.
SIl IP tqaaled la Ikt ottaty, aad it Utreetat ml'
IS at I deotrablt aa aa tBtaeoaeat. Beaidrt, a Urra.
1 tjaaattty tr law tiaabtr la yet oa Iha prpnr
ei.SSf M j wkiek tB be BiaBofattarad ta Ibt prfiaei
AM,U BtiNnt Bcrttfk Bda '',, Ml - to ,rV!l "
"aid aad aatltsadif.. 1.IS0 M J'jj'" 1
BirtaattaB mb ! iiblain. kv - -' 1 t uk.
Fj etrJrrt tv4 trMpwi rxiMwi ...
hy dtiplto-tt ftttvwl ) CvbM. ItMrJt...
B; bale la bind-, o Ditt. TiHNrrHM,
T Ul. li Dial. TraM. handa Iht tn
da. of l.aut I - All 1ft j
f"-r.:l PBAcatK'a &u4tm bo au haiLipcLrau
W, aAMilatl Aaditon f 0art?W j mi CKKTatnitt fitnisiri-4: Pri.r4Bf4 u-Wor-wKl.,
kat uvea mod tha ai-noaaU and fo- TChJ CENTS Htb Mm(. ynbht.ed.
an af laM Jahaiwa, DiOhol Trtaurr, h WttvC a-aUMjLfa-iU-!U ihowiag lh roralraa at
I Ika fiir-xH aod Poor fandi for Uli, and tad M af ! .nmintal plaraa r iattrart oa Ik
tba tana aarrfcl, aad wa Aad lb nn uf tbirty-1 UrM Cvniotiaial Uroandfe A batter bk tbu
aiaa dalkn aad lain; (w Mtt (lalS) aa bal-1 u or Ibt n enit m4m aMirbad. InrkM
a be in aaid Trawartr'a baa.u wall M ibaaaia t prira tn Jobs W. Fruiar. 4:H Walnvt tin,,
t tbra baarad aad lwat-fmr dtHiaH and I t'b
Btuiafaa ftm-2.iw) ta in krnna ai uoatuhM i
cUtrlhui fur iMillaotiOB. lb ataoaat of Cuar
Faada i tba lilrltrt Triarar' baada il om
hnadr-4 knd tfbty bra rl tiara aad atitaaa
ataii (till 11). Tba oaltandisc BortMiib Boada
at Ihnwaad aw baadrvd dollar $V,lle.i i
VlTNlUitS uar hauda at Clrartkl thu Mimy J
April i, 1H71 H
KPHAN3 COURT SAl.R,
41. L. hlKLk
JTHTICB OF IH FtACE
raw i .
' Oattols Mills P. O. '
ti ostrial baaiaoii tntnulai to tin will be
proapily atteeided to. , awbte, II.
(irunt will ro down to posterity with
mu U'umii uisaniuriuH ui i)riiir.' utwn
the most eipcrmiTs I'resiilonp the coun
trjr vr bod),- ii -i: !f. -'
'I'm niikk in Hour Caoui.isa. The
l'liiliuk-lphia Tibm, ist alluding to tbe
frnrta ef Reconstruction down Boutb,
snvsi - "Mis-o troop ore wanU'ittlii
time In Houth (Jaroliira, arid tieiiator
Morton should not stand, upon tit
prdcr nf hi dsmaatl fhr tosm.- Two
wtioonvleted outlaw hare beaneleo,nd
Jnilfre in Hunth't'omlina, and an ob
stinnio (irtior rslMses to oommtssion
thom, and whut k still worao.tb Leg
islature has bon unable to talc from
(Jovernor ('hsiibrUIi the 0point
morit of floollon oftioers. There must
be more troops otoaoe down that wo;
or thlnirs will iro to etumal amaalll .
Vfortim doubt It, et hlr ask, Menalor
I'altersnn, who hnewt haw it is hint.
solC With' Mosos and' W nipper kept
out of thelf )i'lirohlis, outt konest loo.
tion officers illuwitt tt (a In, JdorUm
can't bet a cent on the next Houth
t'snillna thtlon. More truofsi 1 1
' . .n i .
Mr. PKtrmrnnt ha o rsiop opioion oi
be netloV hart inaofa ta do wittr liisn
and kiinwa mithhi.abijul hi dolnn
with Hbnk Bud the' rosei h We do
not understand tkat the Attorney Uofe.
-rut nan taj-wii'i te aa wna !, p. . muer, sad
pirrtinowt, and M he kwi,woliod- wouUv1"""- Tktp
bare wtie-tj iai. u toe taet u,
Mr, Plorirnnnl aebot toVrTretj Urn
aulf ith'Kwrt ih rteliabf
apt! )t i not Ntf to wnrry -i -ftthl
QtKUorA l"1 tn'iM
1- ii i.-. ..um mi
Yb Bkt flolieeBbhl eftVct 'tt9iw
ail dollar, t ytar, tr any taste
.fit Ckattaal aUraet, Pktladeldkla.
r April, 11,'lHl. , . ,
' Tkt tadmlned k.r.b at tat oaue to tba
tilletl af UlMilald aoeaU, iatl kt kaa, at kle
Urett Uaaaf ! Cleatn.ld. a largo aaaably of all
llndi of Verelablt atd ritwtr I'la.U, .kWk ka
will farSlak ro all ko may Ikrar ki wllk tkair
Brlraaasti, al IW'tMb priML Tkt rtlltwitf
ll a ptrlia! Hal af plasu aad towara I
i. . TOeaTASLS PLtari.' it
W iBlartd Cakkart flaate. "' .
Late Cabbate Pltata.
- Baarf Vtlerr fliall.
' i-. r-. WUMeatd CasliS.wtt Blsstli .
... Bwesi Jbiiato flsstt. ,
Hll Plaala. '
' ' ftwut flaate. . ,
4opaer Plaato.' . i. , '
Plawss n,im pas stsstas.
IIHI.lflTROPRS-Ato.rUd. , '
HKfllNlAS Biopltaad deablt. .
HAilK Seariot aad wbitt. . . ,
CAtltV-Alattieoll . ' . .
BIIRENAB Beet Mlattod rarMlM. '
Cl'SMBA, - ' - '
( KNTAUBKA aae OINBBABIA.
rU10t-Urttt-trlat, deakle. '
BAUONIAS Aaaartod. ' '
MtllNOMRTTK-Urgetowariiic.. ,, ,
rinan naruy. ,
. A ' aarft aamrlaiiat if PliaU ha
Batbalt tr Vtata. . Bag US.
ai Scboiict' siplaoatW- la (At It hm
pRl8TR3' MOTICK. ..
At t Ootrt tr OoaiBioe ftete bald si Clear
tld, oa Ike Ink dtp of Marek. UTS. Iht sador
laedwart epp-lawd f rarlreo of Ike eM.lt ef
r. . Ulnar, aaear pt lasi la Uaatani. Al-
ktrtky (Itt sallet tkat tbey
srt retted wllk all Ike te'tu ef aaid P. Millar,
t SM koaka, raarberl aad lap are rtiaataaj it
Ikt sua, aid Mnp raaalM all p ts todablad
la llaa eatd HaOtr tr kt MUtf amsrty Mnajia
aa hiawl par ad duirtt all iaa tr mmv
bkavto par aad aertt all easts ti mmJ
proptrty, SH ffrptsM H Its).
a -ns 0.M milliii t
i tubus k :
-tuT l.-i- lr.
Br lrteje ef aa order af Iht Ornkaal' Ooat ol
Cleerleld rotBty, Ikert will bt told at pahlta a. la,
ky tba aodaraifntd Adaaisiilralor nf Paddy Mo
Stlrk, det'd, a Ikt prroi beta, ia Law ata Iowa
akip,ae alarday. April B4.
tke followio deatriW4 teal eelaU, lata af laid
art d. I witi As Uval oartala trM er pieot or
laid, tilaalt la liswras1" tawaahlp, OlMrSald
ontnty, (a., keaaiied oaO 4aaonkaist fullowat
Beaiaaiat al a aaaplei tkooat aortk 43 derma
aael SS porekta ta akteaal nab I Ikoaee ky lead of
. Laailitrry weal 43 parokei ta toaplt rab, aid
tloitt i tbtflte by land or latM Coiklit aortk 4
detreta weal II atrekal ta ttoael t tkaaoa dowa
Wolf Raa ana Ik 41 dot aa taat IS ptrokal ta
aaaplt and plane af ke(taiia(, tQaUsalal tea t
atrat aad tail parebte, i
Ttaat. Ott-kalf aaak. kaUaae la aa. wmmi. In
t a sred aa Ikt praaaiaoa alik Intonau
t. La a l, Alar.
P. . There will aaal kaaold .1 Ut. aaeae tiaaa
atd plane all Ika pareoaal arouorty if tati det'd.
toaiiaUaf if kaaeekold aad kititaea farntlart,
fam iatpleeMBta, aad tariaaa ttkor trtiolsa taa
aieaertaa ta aatatioa. , . ( , , . . ,
OtarSeld, April i. IIT,-4l,f P II;
CKHEWIU TRADE SALE.
OUv AT AUCTIItN,
AT HKRKNKS3' HAZAAR,
lath sad luata Mrwala, rkUaOelphta,
ON THURSDAY MORNING,
APR I Id 13, 1876,
AT ELEVEN O'CLOCK, '
iladlap- lataleea A aa aoaea af the Urtraad
toaaarartaran la the lloMed O tale a.
. Aprs , m-t - .
SWITCEtESI SWITCHES it
MRS. 8. J. BROWN,
w-abl tall tkt altoatlta aT Iki ladleiar Clearteld
ad tloaaUy. ta tkt iatl Ika ekt kw Itted an l
kak dntaiag rooai aad will aaka
MWITVUCS, CVML.1 ASO MrZZtX
ta or. We. Oall aad mi rat yasnalraa, ta ikr
kopat akt taa lihtaai aU wbt wlU fivt bar a trial.
Markat etrtet, 1 dowt tail ef AUefboaj Utile.
OlearOeW, Merck II, U.I It.
Ba . Btaato ar repaa-oj tf beat aaakee, tt
aitlfS, til prittl frsa tl H li.
B . rtMM- Daaklaaad Biart aiiaait l
SD01 tlllllS, krtaok loadiar. tl to tit.
H !,. t, tr t tki.tert Hr ball A et
Kf TOh Cr8, ar Mlal otrlridcae tl.M to 111.
OaH aad aaa ar wrilt far illaalraud prita III t.
C.RBAT WRtrrRRM OIJTl WOBKB.
At UBertp WrttU Plltakar(k, rt.
We art pnpand to iktp Ikt ralektauj
Oa ia Laid Plaatar. laaly protad rttdy for era.
tt ill ttattoaa aa tkt Ctoarl.ld railroad ia f
loada of twain sad foartoea toot, al rwry law
priiet. CMmiraar.' wolfbt ia sH eaJMt to bt
paid for. Wr aartleala , addratt ' -
BUOBTUUOB A 00.
Mmk il, UTS 41.
tkia ktralolatt etiaUai ketwtaa Otartt I
a- sad Joke B. -. a Ol Baattaia,,..
anlrtd by aitlaal toataal ta Ika lllb
tkt aoMs daa I
I Ikttt daa rrttl t
iraaatl Ike tbatt Ona.
ka tarried ta by Iho aaldT,
oaMt It Btroby ttrta tkat Mt tt-parUier-
. U aae
Marek, A. H. 1ST. A tke deaea daa tkt aaid
na art rt kt paid, aad Ikoat daa fntj tkt mm
wrtBtaos aa aaa aieea lata tf tea shove
wktra tkt ktaiattt will baaart
B. Blllaaad Jtaa M. Traill, aatw tkt Bra
tf XIHt Treltl. . UBO. L ULAHUUW,
. b. Buon. ,
Boaka-tr, April I t, tBjt !
DATTOS UXIOS AOAStrr
' Tbt faaatr tor of ltd Dattta ' Hani
Ail Hal will aaa aaaes a Meedaf, Arll l,
lT. . S tytiutn 1 arUr toS toies,
addrtts . ,, .. PBOP..lT,
Dirrts, Autiraan a. Pa,
Metlot it ktrekt areta tkat tkt naitoareaip
kem tolbrt aiitUti tld duiaj kailiatl aadar Ut
ra aaal of tlrtoa, Ltgbtaar B Co- it Wkll
aeon raa, Iwark towatkia, wae diinliia tf
ailoil -net aa tba ad day tf Jaly, M7. Tbt
ki if tkt aaid In. art ia Ika kaadt tf eart
llmoa, for aettltaaaat.
una llup Mart It, 1I7I H I I
Tbt HimaiiA- Waoudbataahtiae kotaeas
Kill Ba.e.1 aad - klal. aadar tkt
aeat af hilH. Baaed A 4V, dtaa kaHatot M tba
koloo. h tf Wtltoetua, Cltaraall aoaalr Pell b
was dlttolMl hp aataal etatast o tkt let dar
April, ISI4 BLLIS Blt-AUB CO,
Wlllatatoi, Hmk n, nil SI. .
kAL-U-Tke hsfcitlistd a(i rr
Fm hALBU Tkt
tola i ralaeklt toaa
ralaakla loaa tn.MIt to Utota.
ol C1e.ra.ld. 1 BSoISS hL wllk a told
atetp plaak haat iktwno attiid, with tks
rotaa dtw alalrt sad Itar M ratato p
Alee, ttailaa rota sad kalk toea oa ....od letl.
Beast ahUd tpMt Baa mk it tWr
4.i pr,reb .id ped waton Prhtnt-
w.U aad pay area l. tan,
, ,rW ., , . MtTttWju
J" nm rBiimira o? BtBaT WMCtir
Uatsaairp eteetlaal mt I bit tOea.