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-4 0001) COMMITTEE.
When Grunt & Co. ordered the Army
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THE VERMONT ELECTOR.
Tho Itadiculu of theGreon MounUin
into tl.o southern htntcs, previous k. Stale placed a Postmaster Uon thoir
Uioboi B. Gooihandxr, Editor,
the election, for the purpoao ol intim
idating thu nt'KMCH mi that thoy would
refrain Irani voting the Democratic
ticket, ami to further the frauds con
templated by their confederate 11
crime, it was looked upon by ah who
have any reverence for the Constitu
tion, as an outrage; hut when the sec
ond oilier came, alter the election,
ordering moro "Mii'n, n well ai a
Klectoral ticket, contrary to the Con-
titution and the law, and have there
fore voluntarily defrauded themselves
out of an elector. Men who commit
wrong voluntarily should never com
plain of the result - But it seems that
the Vermont Kndicaleare not disposed
to Ukj thoir own medicine in this in
stance, (ton. John Cain, ono of ihe
delegates from ' at State to the St.
selling asiue .im win t kae pe6p.T
Is the buiiniM world. Juit road our adrertuingj felt by all true Anieneang.
enlan-na. the Sfftial oolumB is punicolar. ; VMtiintittli.il nflTi, I 1-1
-mir inn iinaajiii Ml) 1 Mil ' eV a. Vole
lit ibe w il, of liie ru.Tr..A-BiTmallni!lnil il.iiZuft'V
A Goon Place. Cony ngliain town- om,t l'"niu thut Grant, Cameron 4
ship, Columbia county, gave Tiklen j Co- 'oM deliberately violate tho clcc
2C7 votes, and Ilityes H. j liou '. f,,r 'u purpose of declaring
. ' 1 a man I'l-csident who had failed to ob-
Unrtourth pngo centum excellent : tain mp,joritv of .... -....
1. iMia, in alludinff to the muddliS 1:
Vermont says :
Sir : The Hon. V. K. Woodbrldge of
w'riri'nni'a rnminftliiil 31 r laeai lor
reading matter this week, mid it you
want to build .111 ice house ho as to keep
ice tho whole year, lead something to
that effect on our (lint pngo.
For Democratic votes, Clearfield put 1
Centre in tho shade; but for DisUiil
office-holders, the latter eclipses the lor-
mcr three to one, showing conclusively
that what wo luck in .Statesmen we
mako up in voter.
Tho editor of Iho Journal sent "the
fort" adrift lust week, which ho had
been holding on to for somo timo, and
tied his lino to a scaly looking old
coon which the old Whig party buried
at its death in 1851. liuthcr a cute
way to get rid of "tho fort."
The desolation caused by tho de
struction of tho ti ranger's Encnmpmcnt,
at Klin station, cannot bo comprehend
ed by tbo thousands who visited that
locality during the Centennial, unless
they go upon tho ground. An account
of tho loss will be1 found on our dint
"Let BO guilty IHIU1
voto or of tbo Klectoin.
Not until then did Mr. lluwitt,
Chairman of tho National Democratic
Committee, deem it neeossnry to request
a number ol prominent Democrats to
prococd south and take a look ut affairs
down there. Quito a number of volun
teers wont; but altera few days our
friends agreed to lorm a Committoo,
constituted ot Kx-Gov. Palmer and
Judgo Trumbull, of Illinois, Ex-Uov.
Biglerof Pennsylvania, Kx-Congresa-
mun Georgo B. Smith, of Wisconsin,
and Judgo P. II. Watson, of Ohio.who
are to remain at New Orleans until tho
voto of Florida and Louisiana
Thero is no question but that both of
thoso States have votod largely lor Mr,
Tilden ; but tho political harlots who
have ruled them sinco tho war closed.
prefer to live out of doors in office,
rather than to look through the bars of
a ponitcntiary. Hence the efforts of
theso rogues to count Mr. Tilden out
in thoso States, und the necessity of
tho Comnultoe in nilUNtinn mmiinini,
Pact-sr? n PRArrici. "Let no e-uiUr inan . ... .
wop."-viii. upon ttio ground until tho voto is
On Monday President Grant signed I counted, if it takes another week or
tho pardon ol two ol the notorious St. I month
I.ouis whisky thieves, and wo presume
it will be but a short timo until all will
bo out of the ponitcntiary, and will bo
ordered to dine at tho While llotiso
about tho holidays. . .
HA YES' WRESTLE WITH POPULARITY.
0 all remember how boastful tho
itadical organs were during the early
BUing will be elected rreiitiing officer of the ptut of the campaign of Hayes' home
j popularity. Jlow ho would carry
Senate, juet ae toon aa L'ongreae meetc..
.Not muchly. Tho mon who defeat'
cd him at Cincinnati, have so com
Ohio by 25,000 majority, swamp the
Democracy of Indiana, aunihiliate us
pletely clipped his wings that bo will 1 in Pennsylvania, and play the deuce
never soar any higher iu the future
than ho has in tho past. Tho new
Senator Irom Maine will tnlto a back
seat. Mark our words.
generally with political opposition
everywhere. His strength at home
his personal and political popularity
among those who know him best was
.. ' , - ,. --, ., , , to do it all. t ell, wo all know tho re.
Always Ahead. Tho devil p ayed 1- . ,
, , .. .' ; . suit 111 Indiana. Hero in Ponnsy va-
a good joko off on tho compositor last . ,. ,. ,, - ,
. 1 I n A WO St III llVn U'lnln frnm nil,......,.
I tions of tho country tho returns show
week, when ho announced tho fact that
Grant would draw ?137,000 out of the
Treasury for holding over Sunday. His
salary for tho wholo year being only
$50,000, and yet, bo proposed to pay
tho nforosaid ono hundred and thirty
sovon thousand dollars for one day.
Sematob Wallace's Views. It will
bo obsorved by an articlo on our first
page, that a Tints reporter lias been
interviewing tho Senator on tho legal
points involving tho counting of the
votes by Congress. His opinion is
short, but it fits right up to tho letter
and spirit ot tho Constitution, as well
a to the numerous precedents, many
of which ho cites. Uead the interview.
Oca. 0. O. Howard urn that ht bu obtained
recently voochen from thl diibnrlinjr offloen of
tbt rraedmcn'i Uaroa.il, leading to roliove him of
all reeponaibihtr In relation to tbt eliargei
againit bin. Haditat k'tckanp.
That is too thin. Howard liko hie
confederate in crime, Belknap can
never work himself up to f bo staturo of!
a "Christian Genoral." Liko Esau, be
has traded off hi birthright for a moss
of very chenp poltoge. 1 t's too late to
reclaim criminals of the Howard-Bel-knap
"Wouldn't John Morriiio? appear to great ad
vantage ua LonliianaUulldoier,h'inting Tilden
and 'reloria' t" VnrfiW Anj.
Would it not be well enough to send
Avery and McKco down there? They
have just been released from tho peni
tontiary, whore they have been laged
for out-Twceding Tweed two to one.
Boss Shepherd might ns well be thrown
in. This bevy of rogues havo no super
iors outsido of a Stale prison, mid they
would fleece Morrisscy in ono night if
nicy would encountor him.
Wonderful. Tho editor of the Jour
nal feels incensed at the impertinence
"of tho Clearfield Tiltlonitcs," who pa
raded tho street and gave six cheers
for tho flag which floated from' the
thatil "homo popularity" did anything
for cither enndidnto it was for the other
a iteiiublican elector, known. r mm to
be a postmaster when lie nominated
him. Now be is the first to rel'uso
tuking tno next highost elector, who
is a Democrat, and received more than
20,001) votes. In the case of Sollaco,
the liepublicans admit that they voted
for a nononity a dead man, or a wo
man yot they contend that there is a
vacancy which tbo Legislature can (ill
by retroactive legislative. To show
the Inconsistency of out liepiiblican
Legislature permit mo tobring up a par
Justices ol tbo Peaoo in this State
are votod for by the poople and a
plurality elects. This town is entitled
to fifteen Justiocs. Some thirty-four
canuiuaicB wore voted tor. Copt. m.
uumoro, a iiopuuucan ana a pro nn
nont citizen, was votod lor und was
one of the fifteen blithest. Bv a mis
take of the printor, his nomo was
printed Wm. It. Gilmoro, and although
every voter in town knew that we
wore voting for Cant. Wm. L. Gilmoro.
a director in one of our banks, this
present Legislature decided thero was
no such man as Wm. it. Gilmoro, and
that thoro was no vacancy fwhich the
Governor alone could fill), and there
tore took the next highest on the
iickoi, ana ne is aeciarea a justice.
The same rule would make the Hon,
Amos Aldrick ono of the five electors
for Vormont and would elect Samuel
J. Tilden President. How lone. O
Lord I how long, are the people to
suomit to sucn tyranny and wrong,
North and Soutn, East and West?
New York. Below will he luund
tho complete voto cast for President in
tho great city this
Tho voto is giv
tricts, as follows :
SOME HOPE LEFT.
,. . ., 1 he proprietor id tho l liiludelpbi
this Centennial ycur. r . ,, , , ., , . , .
, , ' . Wytr. George W. C!nM, who with
i-cn by Assembly Dis-1 .. ., . ? ,
1 ; lew oilier neb men liavo been ruiimn
..... SI SI
1110111I certainty that Governor Tilden
i-nrri.'il tlm Mtiilii ltl T flf IBB itin Infill m..
The proprietor nl tho Philadelphia j ,.r,j., to the returns.
h ill I met no Demon in Iouisiuna. und I
ua i mixed as lively as possible with iwr-
; (i rant for tho post few years, gel. off,""'" 'i eiaam-s aim 00111 parties,
UAtM, Coor, ., , , . , .. who tleiiiod or doubted thut this was
Hep. I.d. ometl.ing sensible in a recent issue of,. .,, . ..;"" '.
hi Journal. In alluding to thu wrongs ,ml the Republican nuwspaiers
is I perpoliated on every baud by Grant bad published returns Iroin thirty or
llaml hi ti.lli. ....... t,n I ' r.l.trr m.iii lurlV liUrinlieS. foilicidillir u it ll tli(m.i
t j strikes out us follows
JJj "It is becoming more und more man.
4, ifest every day thut the sterling sense
; uonor antl Jui ice, anil the strung
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1.. ...i.t-iii .j, ,
Tweotv. fourth ward.
A niericuii people will;
'iteiii m 'ifioattrwmeni'ot'iilf oonest
I and lawlul result (olhe Piinldeiitislelec
7 1 tion, lor it is becoming, every day,
14 1 more ovident tlmt a tew desperate men
nby others elsewhere, may attempt to
o iiifliicnte that remit 10 suit their own
in tin) Democratic stulement, but hud
then desisted, declaring that thu re
turns were incorrect, and unsatisfac
tory. No counterclaim is made in re
gard to the relf J. The only answer
,!a'!." ' Ul.'i'-lI'O .have hi"J ri.itnj.
and tUut the Beiurning Board will
hrtvo to correct tbo retiinis by throw
ing out the votes of thoso parishes.
through I ho pnnpifllt'e to voters who
had registered. These circulars woro
often misdirected in someway or other,
so that they were returned"liot found."
ICaeh one bad a registration number on
it, and tb person etiiu iivmu thwt UUII1
ber was struck from the list and a war
rant for his arrest issued, but not serv
ed. The cases were recorded in a book,
but the evidence circular was attached
to tho warrant. A volunteer committee
indexed the book, a.id published the
names, und alter long exertion suc
ceeded in getting back the warrants
and circulars so as to bring about a
trial and exci liiatioii. There were
Kcvpri 1 r-Miiiaiiti 01 theae erasure.
I'NDiatitiisrn Wisihim. An exchange
"Kx-Stato Senator James 8. liulun,
of Beaver, Secretary (Quay's right
bower bus been appointed collector of
customs at Pittsburgh in place of Steel,
resignod. liutan, backed by Mackoy,
Krrutt and Don Cameron, bad an easy
liutan tried Europe last summer.
Ho was offered several Consulships, in
Gorman and French ; but "Uuty" was
sharp enough to go and look at the
ostutlishmenlit, and learn what tho
iacomf and uulmme amounted to beore
Pa., eald biea being 10 reel f,t and 11
wide, aa lot bounded aortk be Carlla uJ :m
by Minore' alley, aoaih by HpnM alley .7 .
by lot aloehasaoa Land i Lunb-r ci L ?
taken In ei.eulion, and I be eoU aa the aroi-T'
of llavld Pica. r",nl
Alao, b earuln Iwo-etory fraiaa hoaie, l,
foot, on lot of graand In Pareoaelll., CloJiS
e..nty, -a , boonded by land el 0Mf., p72!
W. rUoa E. H. P..ll a Ou. (toleed, uI
leeutiua. and to boeold ee Ike property 1' "
CblUat., at al. F ' ' I"
Taeue or San. Tbo price or u .,, .
tbo propartv eball be elrnek ofeauetbepai,,,.
lima of eale, ar eaeb .Hbor arraogeeaaule at. , "
ill bo approead, otbemlee the pr,,,r,, u T
IramediBtely pat ap asd (old again at ibe aeu
Bad rtek of tha pnronB to wboaj II t...VI,
r"-. .... hi ' .1 imiiHr . f 'i - n
Tilda maj. over. Ilayoe..
1 purposes, regardless of the popular
J4I ! volu- Thai decision of tho Presidential
..5s,io 1 election binges most unliirliinalely,
It will lie observed that tho homo of 1 upon one eleeloinl vote, and that one
Tweed's Retubn. Theeditorof the
Now York Sun, in alluding to this
great municipal rogue, says: "Wm. M
Tweed arrived in this country on the
23d, and if a man has a right to think
himself successful whon his priniciplos
are applied to greater nsoa than he
ever Imagined, and whon methods of
bis invention are carried beyond all
bis expeaionce, Mr. Tweed may well
oxult over what he finds going forward
in this model Itepnblie. In each of
three State of this Union a set of pub
lic robbers, many ol whose achieve
ments immensely exceed the grcutest
exploit of Mr. Twcod, remain, after
years ol exposure and public notoriety,
in full possession of power. In one of
those Slates thoso public robbers have
been imposed upon the people by the
President and the army of the United
Peter Cooper, tho "Gruonback" eandi
date, did not pay bun u very high com.
plimcnt, in the shape of votes.
Kxvrht Ept'CATorts. Tho editor,
of tho Plymouth persuasion, would like
to have tbo world believe that every
thing of a moral tone oiginutcd in
Now England, llecontly, we notico
ome of thoso teacher ore publishing
comparative statistical mutter bearing
upon tho illiterate character of the
North and the South. We aro aston
ished at thoso enterprising Individuals
that they do not cultivato a larger
field of information that yields far
wickeder fruit. We refer to crime and
pauperism. Why not give compara
tive tables bearing on thoso vital points.
Gentlemen, give us tho ' Dead Sea
fruit" both sides of both sections, and
Btrike tbo dividend botwoen tho two.
Wo are well awaro that Ignorance is
often the causo of pauperism and crime,
but then, we sec more of both flourish
ing within bailing distance of Harvard
and Yale, than in tho vicnity of Au
gusta, Georgia, and Selma, Alabama,
we are confounded, and ask tho teacher
tor an explanation.
Pretty Weix Indicted. Last week
the Schuylkill county grand jury found
eleven indictments against Jacob Hunt
linger, late President of the Miner's
Trust bank, of Pottville. A special
torm of court has been assigned for tho
trial of tho cases. Thrco loyal broth
er controlled this bank, and whon it
went down, tho dopoeits amounted to
one million tin hundred thousand dollars;
and it now turns out that neither of
tho trio is worth a cent, ulthouuh the
wife of tho President is tho fortunate
holder ot 300,000 worth of United
States Bonds, and about (50,000 in
cash, whilo the wives of tho other two
posies aro tho owners of two of the
nisi, went further, and declared that it
would have been cast lor tho Kepubli
can ticket if the intimidation bad not
taken plate. I met no person what
ever who admitted any other hy
pothesis than that the Beliirniiig Board
would bring out a Republican majority.
It was not discussed; it was assumed
. Ul-..1 I-, V, I'llUliO II, IU IUIIII1UI-' , ,,,, , ,
charges of Iraud, intimidation, false I"",.0, CO V' 1 1,9 V"i . ".
coaming and disregard of law in three Uo"rd sUal destroy
Stales, w hich in H,e ainnvto cast 1, 0 VoU?. of '"'.K0 n.unilwr
iiinctiTii iliHtoral votes. It requires
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Gocr,r Til.lJ. i.nt .el,,,!., J l" voteil uiidereoercion andolhera
it...n. ..,..i ' :i 1. .1 reliaiueil under Intimidation. Could
mv.i, Ma t v uu U MIHI, UIU Sill I MUIIUVU ...... , . .. ., . ..
by this thrcatenlne- loud ofcri.ni.ia. P ' '" n",r0 ?fbl"''
tion and recrimination a, to the fraud- T ' T'? ' ",l,M,r ule4-''"rul l?0T
lent transactions and intended fraiidu
several noiii-s on e ecuoii uay to recov- .t,. jlicomo-bu promptly de-
mi rinfiuleiihni. "kn.a ...1... U.....I.I n..f J I i J
name bad been erased hod to sptnu the latter excocded thu fo.mer more 1 1.. .uaa rb 's-y I. lUnaiiy 1,?"'
8her. W. B-KclUr.Ksox
Saaalra'a Orrira. I -
f , , iclined all such offers, and concluded 10 1 cirariaid, Fa., Nov. u. ls:s.
.i.1,1-.1:1. - -i.'i" , in ii n-.ii'.111,
anenn s iaie
is to-day thu most can bo run by a deputy, and r vlds a
ever saw. The city i handsome incotne. which run I j mil.
retcnea in tip-1 1...
BY vlrtaa of write of Kewrfilioai it'roaaa, antt
oat of tha Coart of Common Plaa of'ci...
field BBsaty, Bad tt Mt diraeled, there n,u
lent operations of a nuinberof election
For obvious reasons I could not en-
n,i in linn tuu tiiiestiun 01 iacb us 10 oui
a sorry sight ii,r the American Repub- i 1 ''"l" ttbund'"" complaints
lie .1 he close of a centennial year. U , 1 M'c- "Kai'ist nroes who
is suflicieii.ly a misfortune at this ti.ne !,V, " nd 1
that tho tliscussinn reals upon onoeleo ; 'uw" ' ""n,br, ' PV"" '
,....!.. , i-.i i . i ..i llttd such coniplaints to inuko. 1 a so
torul vole, even I there were but little ., , . ' , . . ,,,
doubt ab,u,t us validity ; but it will Uel K
tho truth. In a conversation which a
chap. And just as wo discover that! Du"08' aIlor tM hM b00n decisively
this "pnptilnr" candidate didn't "bust I rejoc,cu " ,ue Dal,olDOIti nd In an
things up gcncinlly" outside of his na
tive heath, tho official returns ol Ohio
the homo of Hayes, the State that
was to give him such a grand send off
and start a blaze of enthusiasm that
would sweep tho country of Democra-
a calamity with consequence that no
human sugueity can tnrsce if that one
voio shall bo swayed by any one, by
giving force and vitality to fruud com
mitted during tho eloction, or by trick,
or by arbitrary action, or by false
counting, or by lawless proceedings
alter the election, in returning
the result. 'I'll ere can bo no
fair minded, intelligent man in this
country but will admit that I lie at
tempt to decido a Presidential election
in thut way must prove to be an un
mitigated calamity to the country and
tho people. Tho situation, as it is now
being hourly developed, is, therefore,
one that calls for the most open, fuir
and honorable treatment, the utmost
publicity, and tho most scrupulous ad
Lorcnee to law and justice. It is the
very last situation fiir trick and evasion
and subterfuge tor the desperate do-
vices and strut cm ins ol tlesperato po
litical mutiipululors ; it is the very lust
for closed doors and secret sessions ;
it is tho very lust for disregard of or-
deily proceedings according to the due
forms of law. Every proceeding in
secret, under the dcplmublo circuiii.
stances of the present situation, is sure
to beget suspicion, and what is worse,
to justify that suspicion ; every lawless
proceeding is sure to provoke coiidein
nation and invite rejection, and to
merit both. Besulls brought about in
in such ways aro certain to be impeach
ed. They would have to go before tho
tribunal of public opinion tainted with
cy and all opposition comes along and
reads thuswiso :
For Hayee S.10,
For Tilden .. ,.52S,I8J
For Cooper M 3,c57
For Walker. 7
GivingtoAlr. Hayes tho magnificent,
overwhelming majority of 2,747. Cer
tainly such popularity (?) is a thing to
Do boasted ol and our Jicpublican
friends havo reason to feel elated (?)
over the run he made ut home. 'Ituh
for old popularity! Rdlrfonte Watch
other State they aro engaged, not mere
ly in re-electing themselves, but in
making a President of tho United
States to suit their own taste. It
WOlllll Uem thut tliA .nit Maiuinl !..
' ""i1"- now.
which Mr. Tweed tell into mistake
was in not belonging to the Bepubli
handsomest houses in Pottnvillo and
are onabled to clip tbo coupons off of' the suspicion of tiaud, or vitiated by
tiro hundred and fifty thousand dollar thc,r lawless character; and such ro
worth of bonds each cverv ia m,.nil,a ! ultai cannot win tho approval of the
How handy it must bo to have a wiful .mcrk"n,rTl0 "'V1 tbul ,ltt-v' ! i to hi.
... ., . , , line population oi mis conniry sua I :.
rwl ftttnf I lin ItnnL- . . tllltWl
number ol us held with Gov. Kellogg,
he was asked for facts under this bead.
Ho cited the case of Gair only. Gair
was killed by lynching, under circum
stances of revolting injustice, in Sep
Politics had nothing to do with it.
much less this election. It is fair to
say thut our interview was cut short,
and Mr. Kellogg got no further with
his recital. Other charges of outrage
which I heard or saw were intangible
and uncertain. 1 could not bring any
of them to distinct shape. All of
them were denied, and especially the
broud and general description of sys
tems of intimidation were energetical
ly denied by men of unquestionable
character and integrity.
1 see no guarantee against frauds
except in thovigilance und interest of
i no opposing parties, tjuctt guaran
tees exist in Louisiana, with tho vast
preponderance ol the chance in favor
ol the party in power, which appoints
all the ollicers ot election, bus tho fed
eral officers on its side and controls tho
lederal lroo. Every effort mado by
tho Democrats to prevent fraud is
tortured into a prool of intention to
commit fraud, and runs through the
North in the present temper of tho
people finding ready credence. 1 do
not wonder that the people of Louis
iana despair ot justice and lair treat
ment from us when. I see the readiness
with which honorable men accept a
misconstruction ol all their efforts, and
thu tenacity with which the same men
cling to party prejudices. It is a shame
mournful city I
unci, to rsiunnii unit wrotcnea in up-1 t.wi r.- i
pearanco.aim thencon esro dun rited. I . . ' 1 1 ' bo aipoaed to pabiioeala, at tha Coart II
I saw no probability at all that thero 1 11,0 '', wtistaclion ot "the Govern- j I. too korougk .f Cl..rn.ld, .. H.t.,d.,, lk
couu bo any use ot troops,
importance of the situation
mil In lin in il ntilinnul nut.
I t.Ml hi mnrr Im ml. In f., awn iln all II l.u
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live until tho next Uciiicnuml.
Til. Z I mcnt"u..d tho Ex Scnator. Some queer ; of ' -.,
. I no gruye , , , , , , tbe follu Bg deaeribad real aetata, to it
r... ..,..,...i i thing transpired in tho Stale Senate , , T" , ,
Oil Seemed 101 . r , ' ., , , ., ., , A aenaia treat of land elluele ia U rant twa
ispects. The whl'B Jnin! W1? Nel-!rHlliat bo-ly, cimeid ,.,y, f.., b.d.J a.d d,'a.
How They Howl I During tbo war,
wo, in tbo North, wero led to believe
that the negro was as capuble of self
government ns tho Caucasian. All
our army news from the South came
t ns through the "intelligent contra
band." Now, when tbe aforesaid has
bceamriired of being robbed and plun
dered by tho carpet-baggers and north
ern raerauLi,aud turnsarvuud and votes
tbo Democratic ticket lor the purioso
of getting honest men into oflico, this
self same "intelligent contraband" is
held up as being weak, "intimidated"
and "scared into voting the Democratic
ticket." How things do revolve where
knaves assume control.
True as Preaching. Tho venora-
can party, and in not carrying on his bio 'Win. Cullcn Bryant, editor of the
operations In South Carolina or Louis
FIRE l.X A RAILROAD TVSXRL.
Tho limbers of the tunnel on the
Central Ohio division of tl.o Baltimore
4 Ohio road, about six mile west of
Bellaire, known ns the Franklin tun
ncl, caught fire at an early hour on
Thursday morning, November 23d,
Irom the sparks of a passing locomo
tivo and wore still burning on Friday
ovening. New timber had boon put
in the tunnel recently, which, of course,
will bo a tolal loss. Ovor the tunnel
is a four loot seam of coal, which
caught from tho burning timbers, and
was still burning at latest account.
The stoamor "United" was sent from
Wheeling early in tho morning to the
scene of tho fire, and together with
two steamers from Newark, Ohio, was
kept hard at work all day throwing
water upon tho burning timbers. For-
DisraANCiiisED Electors. Under
the Constitution and law of the Uni
ted States, no man holding any office
of honor or profit, can serve as an elec
tor for President and Vico President.
Yot, our Radical friends woro foolish
enough to put a Postmaster on their
tickets in Oregon, Vermont and Wis
consin, and according to al! law and
decency, have lost three electors,
enough to elect Mr. Tildon without
Florida, Louisiana or South Carolina.
A more stupid piece of political jugglery
was never placed on the boards by any
party except in this that tho party
now insists that those doctors are
properly qualified. Tbe Radicals would
have displayed just as much sense to
havo placed tho name of three dead
men, or thrco twelve-year-old boys
upon their tickots. Neither are more
effectively disfranchised that those they
placed thereon, and all the legislation
and sophistry that can bo brought to
boar upon the question at this time,
will cure tho folly, or crime, if yon
man nature and a flaurnnt violn-
of that kind alter tho bank has gonol mvo ,wt itstoodsense and itsinstint-i lio" ol al1 l!IB "niption ol I'reo Gov-
down. Just whore tho poor confiding, ivo honor and justice. These last aro! ornm,,n' H only proves with renew,
depositors coino in we cannot see Inst tho forces that are now required to C(J ,mvo bow "'"'" ' "" t lo
-i i... ,. -i, i . .
come in piny, n w in uo a ittlui error
for the good men of oithcr parly to
give the slightest countenauco to any
trick, any strategeni, any underhanded
or secret proceeding by the manipula
tor of cither party, or to allow any
such things to pas without emphatic
censure. II such disregard of law and
New York jPosf, in his Cooper Insli
lute speech, in January, 1875, in allud
ing to Grant's raid upon tho Louisiana
Legislature, said ;
"What snlborily, Mlcw-eltitene, te there In
theee provirioae for tha Preeideat to aet hitneelf
op nc B jadga af alaatloae Bad drag from tbe leg
ielaliea chamber those 6nom be ehoorae to re
gard at baring BO right to their eeate t lie
abould have left thie to tbo ooarte of law. He
might aa WcW, If be ehoBtd be a eaadidete for a
third lens of tha Preaideoey, Mod hie aitsiooi
t dieperea tba electoral oollegoa in thoee b'tatee
which refute hint their votea. How bappene it
Pa at men edaoalod to tba profeeeton of arma at
BBtioaal military eehoole eeam not to aedcrotand
what are tha rigbta of tba elllten and what thu
daa limit! or military pi rerP If Uaneral p'berl.
dan. that dariaa eoldlar. but deeoiMr of olvll
rigbta, bad either been properly trained or had j contrary, there is every safety in
not forgotten kie training, he would never have , country so long as tho mandates oi
orleaae aa that guilty erraBtl. lie would bare
laid t "I owe my education to tble Republic t I
waa brought op to bo ill eoldierand cervant, sod
not tba raraal of tba Preaident." .
governing a fctato sixteen hundred
miles away. Il tho voto of tho Stnto
is not to be counted as cast, it is plain
that tho investigation ought to bo full,
open, impartial, and eompluto; but 1
cannot see bow any such investigation
is possiblo in tho nature of thing if
ino i rum ua i wero above suspicion
federal power has twice intervened in
New Orleans to sustain tho Returning
Board in setting aside I ho will of tho
poople as expressed by an election, on
the ground that they did not coincido
willi thu will of the pViple as express
ed by tho census. Federal interior
cnec is tho key In the situation. With
out il the Returning Board would havo
to oxorciso it great and dangerous
power under responsibility to public
opinion at least. With that Interlcr
ence the Reluming Board is an engine
of tyranny which is the more IrighUiil
because il ucls under a grotesque
travesty of Republican government.
Tho people of the North have too long
neglected tho case of Louisiana, as if
it were lar off and foreign. They have
left Louisiana to become, inside ol our
own Republic, an iustnneo of flagrant
oppression and wrong as any which,
in history or lurcign lands, has over
enlisted our sympathy. It has, how
ever, been like a cancer in our body
politic, and, at this moment, when it is
eating into a Presidential election, tho
great nerve of our political administra
tion anil mo federal arms aro till en
forcing tho wrong, we are told that the
principles of "Stnto rights" and "local
sell governments" command us to let
it alone. Wo ware told at New Or
leans that the Returning Board must
act under the law. So indeed it must,
for the lorms of law are sacred ; but
there is an'uppeal which cannot be in
vain to tha sober reason and honorublo
will of tho American people. The luw
which commands ohedienco becsuso it
is tho wil! of tho governed, is one
thing. Tho law which the pooplo who
live under it never consented to and
never made is another thing; and
those who rely ujion itssanctiou lor ar
bitrary and unjust action bring law
under tbo most dangerous contempt.
When tho pcoplo ol tho country ap
preciate tTfc fact that it is their power
which has imposed upon Louisiana
this monstrous tyranny, their power
cannot bo turned in that direction.
It was this opinion ot tbe national
importance of the Louisiana election
n ii.vti kii uiu iu ni tujii mu lin luiliuil eaei ,14 peronee 10 poet tnence o weet Jul per-
eneetoa white pine j tneoeo north SS east 114 8- IS
AwfllI Indeed!! Klection returns
Irom all tbe Siutes in the Union dem
onstrate the fuel that the pooplo have
elected another"Conl'ederat Congress"
to look after the doing of the Bclknapa,
Bubcocks, and Grants. Tbe sale oi
trader-potts is therefore still in jeoH
ardy, How meddlesome tbe people
are, anyhow. It seems that personal
speculations and privato gains must be
looked into, so that "no guilty man"
can escape tho"Hcnitiny of the mcddlo
somo voter. W hat a pity I j
follows i Ujrinaiiig at m elm. nut eorner. (hat.
wH JM pvrrliM lo a wbila-oak ewrocr; ibr,,,
M. parobtwttt itflb-piM ftrisr j ibvtMM t
:i prrrbM lo a ot and ttona, tfiuf the mii
nal uf tract Ko. 4.HSJ, el wblob urvejr ibi u t
part t tltciBoe aoutb lot 2 Id parcbat lo a iut;
(beaoa wcit 10 patrbM lo ft taauln aVijutaiuf iKrj(j
ol Jan. 5baiut Iboue a U4 a-10 parebas alon
laud of Jil. tibaisa lu fjlaiaof beg ioaiaf, auaUit,.
ing IVU acraa aoti haviog aboat Sit olearnl.ua liiea
ibrrt ii ft log dw tiling aotl a log bars, aio utl
orchard, totted, takaa fo tcecatiun, and to ba
old aa tbe profrerty of Ueoig tabU i heir
aad legal reprveenlfttire.
Alao, ft eerlaio Iratt sf land fit u ale la Kmi.
bau towoabip, Ulearlald mty, la bum.d-ri
aad darribed aa ladowa i lleg.Baiag ai putt cor.
ner wl land rt Joarpb Hup ley 'a hue ( tbraco wrtt
li parobea te b.u-eak ooraer t Berth J1 perebei
to 11 end etone; ibeuoe east UO pereiirt io a
dead birefa tbesoe Mi dh perches to SD9 ay)r.
ner ; Ibrne suutb 8 to a double heialvck ; tbeare
east U7 perrbes to eheslnat ; thence south .11
fvrcneswpo.il iseace Bona b perrbea to a
post eorner and plee of beginaiog, unuioiax
aoreaftnd alluwaaoe, kaTi&g large batik-(i4ra
I rams bouse aod otber oul-batlJiagi tb.rt.t'.
Urou&d tft g'Kfd stale of wltivatioo, being ail
cleared. (Stited, tahea In fieeulioi, aod tu be
uld as (be prupert of Just. a Ueieliei.
Also, cert .in tracts ut lead .ila.ta ia U two
Clearlield tommty, r. Na. I buutiilexi t.,t br
Caupbell, west d Huudtrlia, nottb hy V. c. Lie
and sou lb by . f evauialng about u
aeres aod baviog 10 aures eiareJ aad in tM
state ol eultivatiba with tUbleftnd orcb.u-J ibria
iNo. 1 boHBded vast by A. buaderlio , wn br A.
bUDderlts. loalb by Vf Mntth and w
. eiiaiuttig about M Aont, and ixiag
oseated. No. 1 b..ubtjrd east bj us.iuehtnn.
river, welt by W. ftiuitb, aorth by a. Id all and
aoutb by HutbaAaa river, ewuUiii.bg i i acrei
and baiag ItU acres cleared, a lare iu ,ijry
frame dWHJing buUfe, frame beuh htrn, teoetU
bouse aftd urariag ore.arlthoretii.. Set a!, tak
en m fxevhtitip, aiM to be sold a the pr-Hnrtr
ol J.U. Sunderiio. '
Also, a vwtaia lret of land tit oat e ia Ckn
townsbtp C'rert)edeonaty, buunJaJ anj -I.--seribed
lelletrtv Oa llt aorth by Unit of
I1V rlrtue of writs of Vend ., in tied ont of Jcnatbao Westater, ua thaeast by laed ol
f ut toert or Lorn mon Fleas of Clear c Id
cuanty, and la me directed, there will be eiposed
(e public eale, at tbe Coart Moose, ia the borough
of Ciearfttld. ea Friday, Ilia IStb day of le
CrBbrr, iMttf, at I o'eloek, p. m., tbe fellowlag
d escribed real estate, to wit I
All I bet certain traet of bitumiaoui eual leads
situate .a Woodward tosrssbip, ClearSeld aounly.
ra, ooaoaea as luitowa: Uegianlng at maple,
(guue) atw stoce ewruer, eotamoa eorner of ortgi
oaJ survey in the name of Wis. Wister, Roland
Kratts, aad Samuel Kaluie aortb IS west 121 Dr-
cbae U ft b tea lock, theaee aeKb ti west, east ITS
perches to a poet; Ifaeooo aoutb S5 degrees east
U I perches to a post j tbeneo south 61 west 1M
perrbea to a small ask i tbettae south ii east ll-i
percbes to a poet ; tbsnoe south 63 weet 111 par
ches to pott ; tbeace n. 36 w. 15 perches to stoor ,
thence south weet 10 perebes to potl Iheaee
south 63 west M perches to post; tbeaee south So
percbss to white pine; tbeuce north aS oast 113
perrh-s to post ; tbaoee north Si weet 61 ) perches
i a lanen nemioca i tnence la an easterly direc-
Notbing moro prophetic, whon wo
Ink into view tlmt which Is tratiflpii'
ing in the nut no section ol tho Union
at this hour, was ovor attortnj by mor
tal ; and yet, Bryant is a Radical.
liberty polo in tho "diamond" whon Innately tbo creek near by furnished
an abundant supply of water. It is
thought thnt tbo burning coal cannot ho
oxtinguiHhed without groat difficulty,
il at ail. J ho damogo will no doubt
grates so harshly upon tho cars of tho considerable, but as yot is a matter
thoy heard of tho overthrow of mscul-
ily and tho eloction of General Wado
Hampton as Governor of South Caro
lina. Doysdryun. "Tlio rolwl veil"
model loyalist in question.
Tug Difference. Heforo tlio elec
tion it was a contest between parties.
Now it is a contest between tlio people
on the ono siclo, nut tbe ofllce lioltlers,
supported by tlie army, on tho otbor.
Tho pcoplo have cant thoir bulbils, and
propose to liavo them counted rm they
woro east ; tho oflieo holders propose,
if necessary, to count in a President
who wi'l not reform them out ol oflico
and into jail. That is tho wholo story.
Patriots, to tho iront I "hold tho fort,"
and help to drive publio roguos from
their hiding places.
Congress Jlr.srs Nrxr Monday.
of mere conjecture Trains were de
layed during tho day, the burning tun
nci making a transfer necessary at
A C'tiANtiED Tine. Before tho eleo
tion, when tho "crooked whisky" rob
beries wero brought to light through
tho efforts of Sooretary Brislow, 11 rant
tolographed to tho I'nited Statos Dis
trict Attorney al St. Lonis and Chicago,
to "lot no guilty man escape." That
was a good tune, and those office rs went
on under this thoory aud snoccedod in
sending' half a dozen of Grant's butties
to tlio penitentiary. But when tho
President discovered that II this order
ol his would bo carried out to tho let-
A Pi blio OiTSAiia. Grant has
pardoned both Avory and McKce.who
had been sent to the Missouri Peniten
tiary for conspiring with Babeock,
(rant's privato Secretary, and others,
for defrauding tho United States Treas
ury out ol tirrnty million! of revenue.
Tho former was the ohicf clork In tho
Treasury Department at Washington,
and tho latter was the editor of the
A Bin Will Cah The Krio Ol
vrivralicds tbe following light upon
the points in controversy in tho ostato
of tlio late lioncral lleo.1, of that city.
Miss Nellie Hoed died before her fitthor,
illieiato .een. U. 31. Kecil. iiis sick-
j ncss prevented him from changing his
of regular judicial proceodinirs as that!ll'u l,,0OI7 tllal"('l " investigation
just perpetrated by tho Jtetiimiiig j '?. Vnv' l one ronult, as yet
Hoard of South Carolina f.ireflhadows!'"""1"1' b"1 ,lr-Congrcss will be tbe
a similar stylo of proceedings by tho I lutn"lln8 "onrd ol the Nation, and
lfelurninir Hoards or other eKiniion ul,"rP lUB election ol Presidont.
officials of Louisiana nnd Florida, our . i bo conclui"l I could reach
country most unhappily will havo been roKa 10 mo general mattors in
brought within range of tlio dangers ' , "l'"10 wt're f"llow: Society in
and the annrcby of tho Mexican sys-! .Loul"llinn ' almost disorganised. It
tern. There can be no safely wlu-ro clal!,u,,li " "tiDng lactsaro alleged
tho law, as declared ai.d iudifrt by tlio iln root' lhnl dao lo t0 nmlnd-
. . n . . I Ininulralinn nf I Urn a...:I rtl l
proper courts, is ireaicd with con-i ir, inw
tempt and set at defiance ; and, onlbej!;"0 '""' to the lowest, with very
uAv.-vjviuiia. i ue ua ia mauo an
cngino of abnse at every tnrn. UHIcers
of every grade neglect or violate duty
for favor or reward. Tho most sacred
institutions ol civil society are pervert
ed to produce wrong and abuse. Tho
election law is intricate, and whilo ap
parently adapted to provide for all son
tinsooncios, really create a hundred
technicalities and machinery which
renders really popular elections impos
sible. The piny of its various parts
allows scope of fraud, chicanery and
abuse. It depends upon tho action of
an army of ollliinls, many ol whom
aro far away from any control and freo
from all responsibility, whilo they are
ablo to deleat the whole purpose of the
election oy a corrupt or malicious as-
try go long as tbo mandates of the
courts aro obeyed nnd upheld until the
court ot last appeal is reached. Thero
is but little room lor fear that tho de
cision of this last will be anything olso
than right. Tbe judgment of the irr
tormodiate court commands the loyal
obedience of tbo American until it is
reviewed by tbp proper tribunal j and
the judgment of the court of last re
sort is as loyally accepted as a fluidity,
if it bo considered wrong. This is tho
American system asdistinguisbed from
the Mexican S3-ssetn, where the decis
ion of tho Inw is met by a "pronuncia
mcnto." Such a view of public affuirs may ho
a little rough on Childs, but we have
no doubt but that (irnnt will look on
sertion. The ingenuity with which
devices are plannod and practised for
ill, and after his dealh it was found 'tn complacency, and will continuo producing fraudulent results Is simply
that he had bequeathed one-sixth of
tbe estate to his deceased daughter.
Tbe question that arose in legal cia-Ics
was whether the widow could have
any share in tbo distribution ol Nellie's
property. Judgo Vincent decided that
she could not. Tho case was appealed
to tho Supreme Court, which has ro-
jw.t.1 It. m.ah....i t. r.i .
H t.i. nl ll.. t.JI.l ,!"""'"'"' .'liiiimuuiluaBllirt
. v.., . ...,v., Ul,jw0
tno southwest. Hch.ee is a Deacon,
and was fined 110,000 and sent to the
penitentiary for three yearn, and in
less than throe months after his incar
ceration, Grant pardons him, remitting
tho 110,000 (although it was proven
that he had stolon 1100,000) and open
ed tho prison doors a fow days aflor
the election was over. Uad the eloc
tion been held the day alter their con-
w. Hy this decision Mrs. Goncral
Kcod becomes entitled to one-third of
the amount bequeathed to her daugh
ter, the other two-thirds to be divided
atnjng the children. Tho cstato is
valuod at 112,000,00'!, mnking tho
amount in controversy 12,100,000.
to commit ono crime after another un
til ho is turned out of oflico on the 4th
TUBS TA TE OF THE VO C'X TR Y.
FROF. SI'MNKK's OIlHtRVATIO.NS IN Lol ls.
diabolical. The party in power, hav.
ing conlr.il of this machinery, can
mako any election a mockery, and the
community nnasitseii locked in a net
work of crafty arrangemonts, from
wiiicn escape seems impossible,
Now, against this prodigious tyran
ny tho people ol Louisiana have made
one more united and determined cfthrt.
They know no othor way to get rid of
ii muium ritiienro man ino mettiod
which republican Institutions supply
of the Committee. 1 thought that tho
interest at stake went lar beyond any
question of person to sit in tlio presi.
tienliul chair. 1 thought that it touch
ed tho vitals ol tho Republican sys
tem. Kvcrythinjs 1 saw in Louisiana
strcngthed this opinion. 1 hoped that
we might avert tlio danger. Jn that
we diil not succeed, but wo succeeded
at last and aftor persistent exertion in ierehee te poet; th
procuring lor tho Northern people a P'" P1" ".Hi'
i. . g. tt i.,rl. aerea More or leea, neiai
turn neiu i-enuri ot an wnicn mar nc men ..r i.,i ........ a .......... ...
done. I Came home belicvill that OUr! I's. ne te runnel Enelioe. one to Roland
institutions aro about to be put to "'" "' ' ' Waieler. now bj aanrejr-
a test compared with which the L.Viueor". t.,. i,Ti.LlTr. ar!
War Was insigniflcnilt ono Which : "averal improteraenU.
will demand thnt wo gather together ' 1 Bbow mo atirea cleared, Urge
"!! ,iu,i;i,!,:n"h:;!,l,rLrio,i'in; .? ! b" ft;::, .
aarae alearro, Boeiea, Barn aaa otber aat btiilii
ine. No. J lha Ptiillpa him, milk aboal 40 aerea
eleBraa'. Uner, hf bars, and orollard tbereoa .
Ka. 4. The TUuluee Uilon lain), with luiaU lug
boee aal elatle tbereoa.
No. a. (be Jobs t ollorj farm, ar.tb aSjjl IS
Mo. t. Toe Jukn Larrrl farm, ar Uh aWat IS
Alao, all af Defaleat'a tauraat in all tbat eer
taia pieoa of laad fitaata ia iiouuaale boroarb.
CkerbrlJ auaol.r. Pa. buanded and deeeribed aa
lunowe : Oa ibe aaet j apraae aller. treat b;
Ooed rtraei, e -aib br Ueaver all-.y, nr 17 lot
No. 14, bernif rrevtid lliere..a atbraa irj fraaia
bouae, with etura bi.uea ia beeraat. tieiied,
lakea la aae..atioa aal t be eo'4 aa Ibe prjpjrtr
af Daeid C. lleaeal. '
Ales, a eerlaia Iraet of rand litoale ia Laareoca
toaaebip, Clear Said eooBtr, Pa, kafiBBiuf al
llof Mark raa aa bud af Ueorre tiaiaal Uenea
noetk 17 degreaa to poet and llcaaa 1 Ibaaoe bj
aaaaa aortk de(rea weet 70 perebaa to plae
aapliaa ; Ibeaoe be Uad af Jea. Uaila; aortb
daareaa weet al parohee U Boat i thaaM b Ih.u
al Jonalhea Hartabora il defraaa treat IS I II
parebea u eloaee 1 Ueaee bj aaaa aortb 8S da.
f raea weet ta ialareeet llof bxk rua t tkeaee be
eald raa tha eeraral aoareea aad dietaaeae af tba
am la place af basiaaiap;, eappoeed la be ahoat
bene, a boot 10 acraa elaarad, aitb akl lot aaaaa
tbereaa. Belied, ubea in eieaatian and lo be
Bold aa tha propertj af A. i. Unioh. UefendaaL
aad K. A. t W. O. Irria. terra ubbbu.
AIM. eeruia tract af land aituata la Deeelor
towaeblp, Clearteld aoant;, Pa, be(laning al a
point oa the Cleirleld railroad tbauee aoutb ii
dafreea wait ti parebee to peel i tbeaoe ah 41
dearaea aaN 11 parobea la poet tbeaoe aortb 4i
defraaa aaet tS parabae lo railroad ; tbeaoe ap
lane Bonk 41 defreee wail II perebee ta pkaaa af
bagiaaiaf , eealaioiaa two aeree. wiib fraBM biaea
erected tbereoa. feVlird, taken la anealioa aad i
on ibe eoath be iaod of Joiiih Lanrn. anj oa
trie weet bjr land of J. a. i. Hectovor, eontamief
117 aeree, aitb about IbS aeree eleared. hariof
erected tliereuB two freeae booaea and two lar(e
frame barni, aad bb orebar.1, Aa. Hcited, lakea
ia eaeeallea and to be Bold aa Ibe property ef
Ale., a aenaia tract of land eitaale ia Madera,
Woodward townibin, Clearfield aoaele, Pe br
ief I lot with Iwo-etory frame bouro. bitchee al.
tacbed. email frame ita'.la aad otber outboildiairi
tbereoa, boaaded ob tha Borth br i. W. Aleiao
andrr, eart br Aiexandrr'e crtate, laath bj Mats
etreet and wctt by an allay. NeiaeJ, takeo inei
ecutjiia asd to be Bold ae tbe proeerty af Eieard
Marlag aad kobart Waring.
Taaaa op gaLi. Tbe price or earn at wbirb
tha property eball be atruck off mail be paid al
tba tiwa of Mia, or anrk albar arrangemente
made ae will be approead, olkerwiMtke proper
ty will be immediately pal np Bad Bold again at
tba exprnee and rtik of tba penoa to wbom it
wae etrook off, aad who, Ib eaaa uf defleieaey at
aaeb re eele, rhall make good tba aama, and ia
no iBllanea will tha Dead be preeeated ta Coon
tion to a email etream 46 parobea lo hemlaeb 1 1 'or ooabrmaliaa u&leae tba money la aetuaiiy
w wm ap weei ia percaee to a white oak ; K"io ro me oaeno. it. el. acrzlHKOON,
etump t thence S3 weet perebee to a puit' tnaairr'a Ornca, I , fibariff.
tbenaa Borthll waatSI) perebee to a poet : tbeace j Clearfield, Pa., Nor. to, 187 A. i
eoulb kJ weet IS3 1 11 perebee to a emell bem- f
lock; tbeBcaMaib iieaat SI) peruUaeto afallea i -ml a. .
bemlocki theacaaoalb M wait II perebee ta a bnerill S S3I6.
pu. , ,nenM norta aa wan aero.. Cl.,rld ereek I , ,irtM of f ... ..
New IIavum, Nov. 21, 187fi.
JDiiir Sir In response to your re
quest, 1 will state as briefly and clearly
as possiblo tho impression 1 received ; Said one of thorn to me: "We havo
.iu.. ig nij yisii iu n uneitns. mod every means we could conceive
mo gcnuBnien wno wero rcqiicsicu ol Insi.lo of Inw and honor, to carry
v) iiiui"iiuiintinm-iTiuutiiiniiuico , mis election." Thoy nranared for
to go to Louisiana expressed at once
to one another tho determination to
certify to tho Northern pcoplo tho truth
with regnrd to tho voto of Louisana
without party tuns. Several ol thorn
Roan R, ua,.o 1.r u. niniuuv nriy i hub, cievemt OI vuom
Rkad biMNr.B. 1 rof. Hnmiier, or, exrnmy' deinrod ,bnl lh ,lnd not
. ale Collogo, one of Now England's come to New Orleans to get the Stnto
brightest liadicnl educational Hirhts.lTotolorTilden,andBllacniiic8ccd. Tho
viction, these rogues would never havo recently took a trip down South and ! fim c,Tort wns, therelnro, to ascertain
The Lopubhean party was organlr.ed j tor, lIl8t all ,, cronio, wou(I ,
la linrwl .! . . .i &y'j , ing the prosecutions against the whisky
Is handed over to tlio mniimmm.t.t .r . . .
Knaves and political vagrants, and tho
consequenco is suicide A repetition
of tho crimes commit toil by the lead-
era ot the pnrty during thnt time,
would bo as much out of p!nco in the
columns of a nowspaper, as the inside
viowsofan assignation house. Sound
morals domand that the crimes of Bob
knap, IVabcock, Ames, Collax, Carrier.
on, ft al., bo covered up forever.
-ino animus or the Tildenites" dis
turbs tho peace of the editor of the
irtimtil. The effort to turn all the
rogues and robbers out of office annoy,
more men than him. If turning out
was an that is likely to befall the ma
jority of the 96,000 oflieo holders, the
alarm would not be so great, but tho
poniteotiary is bat thoy tear, with
no (J.ant or Hayes to pardon them.
Mr. Tilden ia well known to every
rogue in th country. Th uu ot
Tweed bo,) ui p.Dio pUDdort,,, s
known to all, and they wish to avoid
It , (.rant or Hayiyj, to them, mean.
ring. ow, since the eloction is ovor.
he turnsovory scoundrel out and remits
all their fines by a pardon. Waa ever
any people so outrageously imposed
upon and disgraced by its ruler? This
is noi an : i his same man ia now con.
spiring with another set of scoundrels,
nollogg, J alterson 4 Co., in the south
ern States to defeat tiro election of Mr.
'"" storo : Tho Army which was
crcaiou to protect tbe people, is now
boing used to defraud them, and dofeat
moir will, legitimately expressed.
Or Cot ast-Xho editor of the New
Vork 7tTrtd, In Blinding to tbe oat-
Fnnwwia r.nt..t..na f . I t. ,. ,. ..
...... ..i i oi mo nouio Carolina
Hclurning Hoard, meekly innuiraa
"Can tho fiepubliean party afford to
perpetrate this lastou trage T" Ofoonrao
it can. Why not, when half the lead,
era are qualified for the penitentiary,
because ot tbe nnmeroui frauds they
haveeommitted, and will they not eon
tinue to commit crimes for tha purpose
of avoiding that place. Of coarse they
will But, Anally, like all other crim
inals, they will receive their reward. 1
reached the honor of wearing striped interviewed tho "Rebels" and the "in
jackets. And yet, these Tory follows Uilligcnt contraband" on their nnlivo
and their friends donounce Tweed, like heath. Ilia story, as told to Governor
so many fish womon only can.
Awrt'L Fiai ps! "Frauds In Louis
lann, Florida and South Carolina,"
have boon the head linea for half the
leaders in the Iladical organ for the
past two weeks. How remarkably
strange It is that tho Radicals havo
been cheated in those Slates by tbe
rebels, while every officer in each filate,
from Governor and Supreme Judge
down to the lowest borough and town
ship officer, was "a loyal man." . The
Judges of election, Inspectors, and
Clerks of nine out of every ten election
district were all Radicals, and yet
they hollow loudly that the rebels have
stuffed the ballot boxes, while that re-
coptaclo waa guarded by the agents ofi
"tbe loyal millions of tbe north," and
the United States Army. How very
"cheeky" It sounds to outsiders to bear
honest (?)men proclaim that they bare
seen cheated, when none but such
could get thoir Angers Into a ballot box
in either of the States named,
'EepaMieaM pawn aal tklak t '-if 7. Swe
No, they wont. Because exile or Im
prisonment stares the leaden in the
taee, and therefor they will not let ip,
but eontiBM to (omnia aria after
1a 17 ar. tmmul and hd. n, 4 noritJ , T11(t,n ,
" , '' ' Maryland Ihota rip 19,709
Ingcrsoll, will be found at length in
this Isstio, and if read and pondered
over by Radicals, must confound them.
But then, .bis story ia that ol ovcry
Abolitionist who has mado a trip
through tho South sinco the war.
Greeley, Pillsburry, Julian, and scores
of others who went there havo returned
North bereft of all their bigotry, and
in turn have denounced their Radical
associates most unmercifully. Read
Mr. Sumner's loitor, and then hand it
to yonr Radical neighbor.
Moat Bi.unnin. Tho Radicals
ora to bo unfortunate this campaign
with their electors. Having votod for
postmasters in Vermont, Oregon and
Wisconsin, and dropping a portion of
tbeir ticket in South Carolina, while in
Pennsylvania they voted in one sec
tion for Samuel W. Starkweather, in
another for Srth VI., and still another
for .imply 8. W. , ao thnt In tbe end
Charles R. Bnckalew the leading Dem
ocratic elector, has nearly 60,000 ma
jority over both Sam and Beth. But
w presume Gov. Ilartrnrilt will oertify
for Starkweather, whether be baa any
rotes or not, ao as to make Pennsy lva
nia "solid" for Mayes.
ovory device they knew of. Thov a'
ranged committees, courier, aircnta
to prevent frauds, to defeat corrupt
purposes, to tletect repeaters, to collect
returns, iney acid meetings, orgnp
iaed clubs, bad torchlight processions,
gnvo out badges, and employed plosd.
inir and argument with the nn,rma
I see that Mr. Itcdficld, in a letter to
Ihe fait. Judging from tllO lisnire of I tbn Cinrilinati fttmmrrri'nl r.f i.. c..
V . I U...... .1 , I . ......... ,unl UUII
m iiiui 11 iiinu-B, tuis TTuiim noi seem
difficult. On addressinir tlio StateCom
miltce for information, it was at onco
found thnt thnt body had been obliged
to contend with nnhoarti-of difficulties
in their efforts to obtuin returns.
Theso difficulties were partly phys
ical, duo to the lack ol means
day morning quotes tho I'nited States
army olilcer stationed in West Felici
ana llutt this is so, and it is what was
claimed by persons whom 1 saw. I
saw also negro Presidents or norro
1 u ll-l , . .
a'l-iiifjvimiu villus. 11 lien BSKOtl Why
they had lormod or joined these clubs,
thev renlipH thnt timer o.m. .ru.
or communication with remote par- confusion and misery of the country
ishes, but, lor tho most part, they They thought that tho promise made
worn fine In .filtt..:l ...Ii...... I . .
.... -"ii i.iuiu iuub uiem nail noi neon Kept. They com-
obstructions placed in their way. Tlio I plained especially that they had ho
election was held under a complicated jsehools, and that the school funds were
r,, ,,n, o eorps 01 otnciais, ap- cmbeitled. They said thnt the Dem-
pointed by the Stnto government, and ocrnts msdo fnir promises, and thoy
tree Irom any of those popular checks wero disposed to try them. Colored
which wo. in the North, regnrd ascs- men mado speeches to "this effect
scntml to self government. The efforts through tho disputed parishes. Tho
of the press and tho party committors PcmoernU made tho most of this dis-
to obtnin information were treated as affection, and exerted themselves to
iif..v. a.iiuiia. aa ems llirillttriliuru noc-
essary, inamuch as the ruling party
did not publish returns (except as here.
win the election just as both parties did
s a tL. X' .... I. .'
tie iiiu a-i ui ill.
On the other hand all means aoom
after stated), and did not therefore 1 to bavo been used lo deleat them. I
atill.nl. ilnnw n . I ... , l. l . . . .
saw and read an original specimen or
a circular issued by the Republican
Committoe to the 8talo Supervisors or
iMoetmn, in which the ponton address
ed is ordered to bring up the Ropubli
can vote or his parish to a certain fig.
tire, and is told that his recognition by
tho liituro Stale administration will de
pond on the fidelity and trust with
t-tlait h bo does this. This document
was icnt by a p.rty committee to a
Stat officer, who gut his pay from the
parish In which he served. It Is claim
ed that polls were established at tho
last moment, or In out nf tbe war
places, and were not opened for th
full time, or were opened before th
hour arnolt.tetl. In New Orleans a
sewing machine circular was sent
either deny or acccdo to tho Demo
cratic reports, to fortify those latter by
certificates in a manner totally un
known in the North. Tho Doniocrulic
committee, warned by tho experience
ol 1872 and 1874, took, as it appears,
energetic measures to secure trust
worthy returns, duplicates of the re
turns sont to the returning board. Tho
suspicion of tbe latter body implied iir
this course of action is al'undanlly
Jnstified by its history. 1 have boforo
mo a detailed statement by parishes of
the return, which wore received as a
result of the efforta of the Dcmooratio
committee, with memoranda of tbo au
thority on which each parish return is
baaed. Allowing for possiblo errors of I
detail, this otatetnrnt establishes a1
all traditions of civil liberty and svlt
Many learned articlo havo been
written in criticism of the conflict bo
tween North and South, showing tlmt
11 is a conuici 01 aristocracy and dem
ocracy, of Puritan and Cavalier, and I
know not what. Whatovor the causo
which tho present government of
Louisiana represents, that causo is un
fortunate in its missionaries. By the
facts ol tho record, tho govornmcnt
there existing Is baso, corrupt, and
contrary to every sound principle. A
year ago no ono could bo found who
dared apologise lor it. ' It is baser to
day tban thon, and I do not sue how
any honest man can side with it, or
bclievo that it can advance any good
1 found no sentiment of disunion
among the men 1 met. They only
seemed to despair of being trusted hy
tho North. I found no sentiment In
favor of a "solid South," and no ambi
tions to bo satisfied at Washington.
Tho nil absorbing subject was redemp-
viii ui jawuisiana tram misrule. I
found no hostility lo negro suffrage
Peoplo tlid not seem to care about it.
or.ii they did, Ihov approved of it. Thev
thought that, if they could onco get
Bvii-gtivernmoni lor me people ot tbe
Stnto, they could manage to live to
gether without trouble I presume
that there arc many peoplo worse than
inoso 1 mot, out l think those whom I
saw would be as influential as any in
a reconstructed Louisiana.
Yours vory respectfully,
W. U. Sumner.
lion. Chas. It, Ingcrsoll.
SriLt ko Peace. The result of the
election in Florida, Louisiana and
South Carolina, is still undecided. Tho
counting Board in tbo latter State bo.
baved so outrageously that the Supreme
Court had all the members arrested,
fliiod (l,B00and sent to prison for con-
Tbtnpt, This commotion caused Grant,
Cameron Ic Co. to order a few more
regiments of soldiers to the Capital ol
the ralmetto Stale. Tho count in
Louisiana is still progressing, and mny
be completed this week. The Florida
Board commenced counting on Tuos-
day, but how long it will continuo to
count, no ono seems to know. But it is
pretty clear that nothing but huge
frauds will give tho electors in tho two
latter States to Hayes. Tbo peoplo
have declared for Tilden, but tbe
counters are working vigorously for
itnycs, urant 4 Co., army and all.
oortk M oaat l I .. . ,fc, cmrl rv i in "
taBinf, eoatainiaa IDS a.i.i . .- j . ... ....
"- r.r.f thrco aarera 1 1 aimiaed to nabllo aaleTat thoarr llnaa !L ak
borough of Clrarield, oa Saturday, tba Id day
af lleccraher, 1"7, at I o'clock p. m lha fol
lowing deeeribed real aetata, to wit:
All of Defendant eintoreet (being tba anJirll.d
one-he If in part af a oertaia lot of groaad la tba
botoogh of ClrevSeld, Clearlrad eonnty. Ha.,
boonded aod deeeribed aa follow! : llegioniag at
tbe aorth eaet eor.ier of lot No. eO ; theoeo Bonk
by Seco.id etreet 14 loot to Mae of pieca of rat
ewacd by J. J. Pie 1 thence by line of J. J. pie'e
lot weet MO fret to bb alley ; theBce eoath by aaid
alley 24 feet to Haa af lot No. to 1 tbeaea by aama
1KB fact lo Seeoad etreet aad place of bogiBaiag,
being part af lot No. 41 Ib the plaa af aaid bor
oagh, aad brief 14 fed ob Second llrcet and 20
feci dorp, baring thereon a wrll lniebed llore
boaeo, largo dwelling home, otoble and ether
bnllkinga. Ar a baeineee location, tkla ie a raia-
Aleo, tke one nodirlded batf part of a eertaia
lot of groaad eituate la tba rillaga of Wr.t Clear
laid, LawrcB.-a lawwebip. CwarSold eoaete. Pa.,
boaaded aad deeeribed aa fullowe : llejiao.oj oa
tbo etrcat ranking aarth aad eoath at a'poiai 10
fact north from Ihe aortb-aaet aoraee of lot now
occapied hy Darid McUrorge; theaos aortb by
aaid etreet III feat to lot No. I : thence bj .aid lot
wort tin red loos ej'ey thenoa hy eald alley
oath 60 feet to aa alley i tkeaeo by laid alio'
aaat tin feet ta plaoe of kagioaiog. aad kaowa aa
tot Na. 1 In tba plaa of aaid miaow, being tba
aama lot of (reond aonrryed by Hlckaa-d Shaw,
r.,aad wife la K. II. Shew. Hating tbereoa
araeled B will Iniahret two-Itory frame koala,
lunj fort, and a rtabla.
Alea, two otber piecee or t recta of land eitueta
in Lawreaee lownehin, Cleerleld coantr, Pa.,
boanded end deaerlbcd ae follows: Tba Srrt ba
gianlog a t a alone onrnor la Ibe pnblie road wad
ing lo tbe borough of Clearneld : treaoe br land
of Rebert Ilaniclt north Hit wart HI porehee to
aloaoa , tbeooa by mad of Later Flegal Berth
degreee eeal II Ml perebee to etoae., thence by
Ucorge Reed'! lot B ulk 3I aaat 11 perebee ta
port at pablie road ; tbeace bt aaid road wiath 32B
aaat 17 perrbea to a poet la road ; thrnce by tbe
tama aoolh St well it III la eto.ee nod plaoe at
begianing, B.ntaiBiBg 17 acre! and 17 perebee
more or leea. Tbo other place of land beginning
at a poet oa tbe Berth-aaal aide ef tbe townebip
mat leading froaa rioarleld to Lerrr Ureal a
roeiecaco, ai uaeoi ibi negat e land; tkenoeby
ram roan eoaia eaareriy BJ MM
. . . .. . , . ..oio eaaroriy or een land, ao-t or B
to he Bold aa tbo pi open, af Uideoa Siaeal and I It.. .,..n ...a ,i .'..."
rood 13 petebeeto a poet on line of Leear Flecel i
Hold ok,JuveiilesI "TheConfed-
crates" soem to annoy and vex our loyal
neighbor, of the Journal, exceedingly.
In his last issue, in alluding to the Til
den parado of some of tbo Democratic
boys of this villago recently, ho savs:
"Thoro would be great outbursts of
shouts and yells aod.bideoua croans.
and hurrahs for Wade Hampton.
Cheers for Jeff Davis were also fre
quently heard from juvenile throats
during tbo afternoon . Such
is the animus of the Confederate De
mocracy." Juveniles, do dry on. and
don't annoy your nervous neighbor in
that way. llettorsing " We bold the
Tho second session ol "the Confed
erate Congress" will open at Washing
ton on Monday next . Ws have no
doubt that body will look aftor the re
cent army movements and tell "rebels"
and loyalists (?) whst they mean.
These army movements about eleaition
times are very ominons when there
was nothing or th kind while Hitting
Ball A Co. were sonlDin the anUier.
nd settlers on tbe plains,
Aleo, a eeriaia pieaa of grouod Bilaata ta iba
borough af lloatadele, Clearteld mate. Pa.,
conteiaiag one towa lot, being on tba corner of
Mary end blood Hrceta, there being bo iinprere
meatl thereon, and knowa al lot No. 1SI ia tha
general plea of aaid aorong.
Aleo, ooe otber lot eilaaio ia aaid borough, and
bariag I hereon a twellory bowee arreted, kaowa
ar lol No. IU la Ibe general plaa of aaid boreagh,
aad frosting an Slate alrrel. betted, takaa ia
eareution aud ta be cold aa Ibe properly ef Let!
Aleo, by write of Pi. Pa., the following deurib
ed real eeute, ta will
All that certain piece or car eel of land altof
in llaoeola boroagn, L'learleld coaaty, Pa , booed,
ed Bail deeeribed aa follow! 0a Ibe aaet by lol
no. I, aw Ibe weet hy lot Ne I, oa the Bank by
bb alley, oa tha aoolh by Curtis etreet, eoBtata
lag oBe towa lot, bariag ikerooa oroetod a good
frame booee, 41 by 47 led. wllk kltekaa attach.
BBd Bred far hotel purpocca, kaowa ae tke atoaa-
tola lioure, wltk neoearery oalhatldiaea. Saiaad.
taken in eieeaiioa, aad to be Bold aa Ibe Bronertr
of Wm. 11. Heeear.
Alio, all that certain pteca or parcel of greoal
tltaate is the rillage of Woodlebd, Bradford tp.
- ....... . . , puauapi awai oeoerioea ae
follow! t Ua Ihe Boats by maia Street, weet by J.
tlale'e lot, earth by alley, aaet by other lata, cob
taining about half aa acre, hariug tbereoa erect,
ed a larga frame Bocae, aacd far atora aad dwell
lag parpoeee, aad alher aeormtry watbaildingi.
Seticd, lakea la aieeutiMi, aad to be lold aa Ihe
property of 0. M. C'aiwalleder.
Aleo, aaa town lol eituaio is tkej boroagk of
Naw WaablagloB, I'learleld eonnlj, Pa., with a
twa atory frama dwelliag, frame liable aad Mher
oat baildlBga, boBBdad aa fcllowi : Oa Iba eoath
ay naeBiagiea el red, an tha aaat by let of 9. W.
liaiti, aa tho aarth by as alley, aad oa the weal
by aa alky, eoauialng eae foertb af aa acre.
Belerd, takeo ia eieeaiioa. Bad to ko Bald aa lb.
property ol Jobs MebetTey.
Alao, by write ,f ltr. p, lk, miu,
eHbed reel eelala, ,, ,
A rartala 14 etory ftema baara, kaeing
- ana roaaiag oacaadeptB ar II
red, wllk lot md eorlll.re arparteaeal tkerdo,
aad boanded ea Iba enela by tl.rlle itroeL alia
ale la lha boraagk af Oeeoola, Clearleld oeaetr,
Pa. Belied, lake, la eieratlea, sad to ko eald
a me property at narry Uoie.
Alao, a eertila Iwa etory frame bulldlee. M be
n fed and II fad high, altaata in tba boroaah of
Heatedala, ClaarSald eaaale. Pa.. e,ik..e
..va t-io, oa en .-ae. as. Sat aod, tahra la aaa.
cntioa, and to bo Bold eat be propsety af g. T. Boll.
Aleo. a ecrtela twa.itary frama dwdllag koaaa,
kaeiag a fro.! of In, fed br J4 t ,
a lot ta tke beroogh afOaoeole. Clearleld eoeate.
Pa., boaa lad on tbe Berth by Sarah HreoMaet by
Id al Jamea Vearallor.eoalk ky Moeheaaea alley,
and wed by eo.ay a,y. tu
eejile and Is ko Bold aa tkl property of Rolud
Alea, BBcrtalalaTB-tlery frame kaildlag. rlla.
Bta la tke boreagh af Oeoeola, t'kaarleld ecaetr,
Pa, aa Cartla alroat, beaaaUd as tka aaat ky Id
Ma. I, bb tka wad by Id Ma. a, aa the norta ky
aa alley, Booth ky Carlla etrcd, Bering If tkat ftoai
Bed 41 lad drop, wltk B kltekaa ta the rear II by
IS Rat. Betted, lakra la eieediee aad ae be eald
ae tba properly af Wm. H. Daaoar.
Aleo, s oertalB twe etory Iramo balldlog, U ibbI
long aad II Bad wldo, aMaata bl tka horoeurk of
lleeladale, Clearleld ooasiy, Pa., ao Iba eoracr sf
Uood aad liiia drodi, aad boaaaod ka Pta. .il..
being Id Ma. II S.laed, takaa la eieeaioa. Bad
IB ho aoM aa tka propone of 1. 1. Ball, m al.
Alea. b eerlaia twe-abrre kwlldtaw. sa k. aa aa
bIibbio la SBrwBernie, OroBrSaM aowaly. Pa., aa
11 af greatd af Mia aaet II llto. Id 111 a
by III lad laag. koaadae ky MM, Idaf Mickaal
killer, let of Ueam Slallae. uA Ua a.
(eweavrt. Selaad, lake la aiaowttew, and to ka
eceiMtkeproporty W .. M. SaaawJaib
... TT .'.'' ' " tame beam
lead;theiaa by aaid lino ia a caderle direcu
11 iarrb ta a poet and place of beginning, eon
tataing one aore more or fan. Tha wb.de aaa
taining Is acraa and ST perebee mora ar leea,
bariBg tberroB elected a good two-atory frama
Boaae, wen omened, WHO atab'a aad other out
building!, with young orchard, Ac. Mart or tbo
Und being cleared n l un.ler good colliratiofi.
Hriied, takm in elocution a&d to be lold aa tha
propeHy ol Peter Mrlieorge.
Aleo, all af Ika DUcadaal'a intceaet ia all tkal
cerlala piece of grouad or Uact of laad eituate ib
Brady townrhlp, Clearfield ooaoly, Pa., boaaded
BBd deeeribrd aa foilowa: B.giaulng nl a etoao
aoraer aa the north and Booth liae of tract bob
eeyrd to L. L. Ogdeo by Jeaae Liaea, TI I. II per.
ebea north from the walaut corner d eald trad t
thrnce Bortk ajoag lias of laoda of atoUoia a
Fuller ninety pcrrboa ta a poet ; tbeaco
aoatk TS aaat ill perch lo bocek corner
aa aieck tbrsca aaatk 19 weet SI) pcrakca to a
hickory eorner i theeica weet ss pcrchoa ta a oor.
nrr of mbor laad af tbo aaid L. L. Ogdee, and
W.oa which ka bow roaidee; tbeaoe north along
line af eald pioco of lead 17 I II perebee lo atone
ooraer, being alee aorwar af laad oa whtck aaid ,
OgdiB rcelJei I tbeneo weet II perrbea alouglioa
of laid pieca of laad oa which aaid L. L. Og lea
re. idee ta Hone aoraer and slaca of kcalnnlae.
oaataining lit acrei mora or lear, boanded by
land! of UuBoii A Fallrr, UarrieoB A Poller,
Jeeeo Libm. Andrew LadJm, and elk or lend, af
Libra! L. Og.lea, witk aboil eo aeree of ahafew
laad tbereoa, tka roiidoe af tha tract boing Um
bered aad eappoood lo bo aadarlaid with coal.
Aleo, all of another eertaaa treat of teadeiU
ala ia card towoebip of Brady, t'laarSold eoaaly, :
Pa., kawaded wad dararibad aa foil..., Bagie.
aing aa a walawt at Ibe avals. weel eoraee af raid
trad : tbeece aarth lot aaN by land, of Andrew
Liddla II Ml porabaa ta a welaat I tkraca aortk
a'".. . f"1"' fBaa , iheaee aaet by
land! of h. L. Ogden lt perehea to itoao oiraen
tbenea aoath by lande ofeame 17 I II porchel lo
iloaei In line ol Je-w. Lieel; tbenoa writ hy
laed of laid jeeaa Llnal 111 1 e pcrchoi to a
walaal and plaos af t-egmalng, eonuiatn 41
aerea more or h-ee, boaaded by land, ol J...e
Linea, Andrew tlddle, aad ether land of l.lhbiul
L. Ogdia, baring tbrrooa ereclod a two eury
frame bouae, II lie ran. a larga bank barn, nearly
Sew, aad other oulbuildir.ee. Tbo Und hama
nearly all ek-ared. aad kaeing a good bearing
arrbard aa it, Meiaad, takra la eeerwiioa aad lo
bo cold al tbe property ol l. bhio. L Oglea
Alea, all of UefeadaM'l iatereei in all that
oertaia pieoa of grvoad eltuale ia Brady towa.hip,
Clearleld aoanty, Pa,ooalaiBiag aboal 1 14 eeiee,
with aboal 41 aeree eb-ared and Iba balaare ia
wood butt, booadod aod deaeribad ae r.llowe ,
!ah'" b' ' D- """a, eoaib be land!
of O. V. UoodloBder, north ky laadi af' A. M.
Mrl lore, wrd . flrlaad, lakea la eieeaiioa aad
ta ka aaid ea tho property af William Kopp.
Aleo, tbo tViilowiag road aetata altaata la Chart
towaehip, L-learlcid coaaty, Pa.,aaatoaalBg aboot
It aerea mora or bye, Bad bcieg tba marralleB
oat af tba aartk aido af a larger trad eald al
Saerif i ..I, i. i. H. MeMarray aa Ike property
af B. U. MeMaatora, aad kaeiag a email two
Hary frama booeo aad at her aatauildiaga, baand
ad as lha wan by peine mad, aortk ky bade af
Is. i. Hard, aad cad aad wad ky load, ao
ewaed by J. R. MoMarray. Sailed, laaca la et
ocatlaB aad Is ka aaid aa tka sropartj af ieks T,
Wllkerow. r "
Tbbwb ee- Sua -Tbe ariae or am al wbtck
tka property .kail ka attack af mad ko paid al
tka time af Bala, or owoh 0 bee arraagamaaw
.?V '" aeBrred,etkerwlee iba properly
ill bo Immediately pwl ap aad aaid agala al
tka aipoaas aad rice of Iks par en to waem il
waa etrook of, mad who, la aaee of del e i eae r al
eweh ro-eale, akaU moae goad aao aama, aal ia
oa laeuaoe will eke Bead ka Braces led la 0oan
lor owat-aaMtoa aal aaa tba maaer It attsaUf
paid ea Ike Sktrtf.
W. R. MePmRSOTI,
Saaair-T'a Orates, I SkerUT.
Ctaarleld, Pa., Mar. II, I ITS. J