Clearfield Republican. (Clearfield, Pa.) 1851-1937, January 30, 1878, Image 2
Shejttrpubliran. rlx'i -v:r J"' :cmKaw,.-' CLEARFIELD, Pa. WEDNESDAY MOKMKU, JAN. SO, ISTH. Reeder. If yun went to know what is colnf ob la Ihe bu.ine.e world, Just read our adeerti.iuf eotnmne. tbe Uptinl enlutnn la rinrileuler. MAXIM ton THE DAY. MAMU.KiE ItEU.S. WFUDINM or THE KINO "T "PAIN. In llitdrid, Spain, nt high noon en tlio 23d, King Alfonso wa married to tliu Infanta Mercedes, daughter nt thu liikn nf Miintpoimior. At 8 o'clock a. in. ull Ihe bands in tlo capital Leut thu reveille. Tho front nf iho city hall was hung with crimson and por trnilH ot their majestic vera placed had taken up her residence at Amu gllC! THE PL t'XVENEI) XEOKO. Tho philanthropist, who, iliirinj; tlu war, ami ince, bail charge of tho col ored rai'O and it political and personal interest, have robbod tho African about on tailly as the wbito race. The pools tinned by "Chriittian statesmen," in lha erection of the r'roeduicn'a liu reuu, Frcedinrn'a Hank and tho How- . J"' " ivir.i, hum kn. 0 1 VIM'S THE WALLACE PLAX.i TUK HASTEN X IVAN. The lliirril)iujr patriot nay a: "An It is not tho paucity of c,rceiibitcli, nor u want of silver or ifold that Ik ...... , n i.t iiii'i m ( 1 1 m I til I I'll it now Klhiriing tho country o much us! l-oni-nuna IfottirnitiK Hoard, having up in ConKi-em, diir. riu little in il ' i.lo dated mdav ava m I.... I ..r . II J 1. t ' l..,rt I.li...,..l ('.. I I ..-.I - .11 I : I' .... .. . 3 . 1 The four scoundrclr:, Anderson, Wells, Kunner nnd IWcimec, who com posed j other ptwtitl navlnwhemo lia loomed ' Loniion. Janlahv 25. Ilciilet s dixpittcli from Cnualaiiiiiin. biikkoi coiiiitioiico between buMiiessi cn tuuicieii lor lelony under thu law: general fiuifiirc Iroin those iilivudy men. 1 lie lonn bclniv duilyfnlt thro' ; tout Stulo, -ero nmonjj tho tmsaintf introduced. The bill, as introduced by the aueeetfive fullurva ol men who. fellow, when thvir case wein eallid'.Mr. Waddle, of North iJmolinu, make hitherto hd been coimidered wiund und , " lat Friday. After theliraud Jury ih prMtoRleea nutlonul aavinK de(;oa reliable, mid woiwt i) ii 1 vJ found true bills tuniiiiMi. ili.m ii.....!; t.. ti... ..... . i t. . . iH tT..ie.,!i.. r...,u r I ' .. . ' " I . H - ' "" ; " v,..n-vU ipiwnre oi lireaehia of tiut by men entered nail ami were relcnseil from ; depiMiiM b"ll King our "National wants. ' l a cr"ie . .. ... ...... ,,.-v , muoe V loelkeaI ttVUlim.u. has millloied III! eon The I'orle havini; veaterduv acci'ii- ted the Kowiuli conditions, peace is le guided ns virtually coiielmled. 't'he ItiiHsian i-ondil'oris huro not Vet been otliriully made known here, bat it uppmr certain that they naily ex-. AA'I'A'iV TOO LATE. AllAINKT A DEAU MAN uhmcii or PRoMinr.. Hill "I. UK IVBIUVIIVW HI AlHH' i, . ti , ,, ' ,.. r... .. rolO'-y of War-Gen. Uelk nap; and Hdenco In a business wv. imraK r.e.l cbuh of Atoch., where aha met the f""1 . 'inl0 ."flk'i"; ; every brand, o. industry, and caused Vn mao worth; tbt offlo of Prnidrnt ihnntd be wllliiiR to hold it lr eonntsd tn. or plirod thero br rrud. U 8. (lnaT. J eould ticrr lira been rrenneiled to tbo VftlloB b tbo tniftllMt old or nine of icron. howoror mpoolRblo tn privoto lifr, who forovor carry upon bio brow llio limp of fnod tint trtuBipboBl ia Anorloan hlllorj. No iuh iniaent aoitnn. howoror ttierttortoui, oso wash away lot Itiun Ol inai rooora. TRAaLxa FRivrii Alma. Undor tba forDl of law, lluiberford U. Ilaye liai boan declared I'rariilint of lue l.nilou teatra Ilia title rem upoo dirtraDchlrroient of lawful votera, the faue oerilDtfalre of ino raiuraini om. core outlaa oorraptly, and Ibo deoilloa ol a oon. mlaaioti which hae rcl'uird to bear evidenae of el lesed fraud. For Ibo Orel line are tbo Amrrlran iieoDla confronted with tbe fact of a fraudulently elected PreildcDt. Let it not bo UDderetoed that the frond will be illcnlly arqutcarcd In by the country. Let no hour pag in winch me ururpa. lioo If forfoltcn. Aooaaal or DaworNAtlc M. C.'a. One hundred yeare of human defrarity eeca muletvd end concentrated Inbi a climax of crime. Nercr attain In tire hundred yeare shall they bare aa opportunity to repeat tbe wrooa;. DaNiaL W. VoORBKKt. I would retber bare the endoreenient of a quar ter of a nillioB of lha American people than that of the Louuiaua KeturoinB Hoard, or of Ibe torn. mieiloR obicb excluded tbe facta and decided the queitioD OB a technicality. Tnoa. A. Hr.nRicK. Senator Wullacd niado a eet speech on tbo Silver Ilill on Tuesday. Zacb. hasn't found tho VliitoHouo door knob yet. Tbo now Senator from Kentucky one bis success to his wife. Thoro aro rumor of peaco negotia tion between Jluyes and bis part, but it's early for the fulted calf yet. A Georgia paper wants Robert Toombs for tbo next Governor. Don't consign so good a State to lbs Toombs A Washington letter-writer remarks: "Zucb. Chandler still flutters around tbo Senate Chamber, swearing softly to himself." Humbert, thu new King ot Italy, say an exchange, is dnmestio in his tastes. Mrn. Plornish translate bis namo '-liomo bird." A Teias paper says: "Now that hell has been abolished, old Suian will have to hunt a new bonnling-houso. It is a warm winter anyhow." The Boston Post says: '-John Mor l'isscy ia convalescing, and able to read thoeo obituaries, which is more con soling than an imposing funeral." Won't tho Woman Suffragists and tbo Prohibitionists be magnanimous for once, and give our Legislatuio a cbanco to get through beforo next ffummor? An Expensive Uridoe. The Ash tabula disaster on tbo Lako Shoro k Michigan Southorn railroad, cost that company a littlo over ?49S,00U, which has all been paid out of tbo current roventio ot tbe year. Wo aro informed by an exchango that "eighty-three murderer wcro banged in tho United State last year, all of them men of different colois and nationalities," Wo didn't know there woro oigbty-lhreo colors in tbo United States. C'tosED. The Postofllco flght.wbicb bas been raging at Williamsport lor throe months, is over. Iiobcrt Haw ley, who has bold the offlco for nine years, boa hcon commissioned for four years moro, to tbo utter dismay of tho rotationmts. IioBBKD Ttr Friend. (?) Horace Cireeley's kindness of heart is recalled by thodiscorjry of 1100,000 in worth loss promissory note among hi as set. Thirty thousand is due the es tate from young ' Cor." Vandcrbilt, who is an heir to millions. A Slim Snow. Out of tho two hun dred and one member in tbe Lower llonso of our Legislature, only ixty oight favored tho taking up of thelO cal Option Rill next Tuesday. Wo presume tbo majority wanted it taken up soonor. Th Doylestown Vevwiernt brings forward Judgo Henry P. Koss for the Supreme bench and says: '-We need not remind locut and State politicians that Buck ia only beld aflur the hard est atrugKlo and that Montgomery is wholly unreliable. It is necessary tn carry both theso counties next full In aecuro the Legislature, and with Judge Ross on tho ticket there wiil l e no question of it." ' A Good Number. Wo are not much of a judgo in such matters, but we think tbi number of tho Republican Is one of tho best we ever issued. Our first and fourth pages contain a large amount ot select and useful reading matter, wbilo the inside ia filled with local and political inlormalion. Next weok we propose to lay before our readers tbe great speech of Hon. Dan iel W, Voorbee, U. 8. Senator trom tho State of Indiana, on tho financial question ; and a tbi question effect the interest ot all, all should read hie speech. Still Declines. Mr. Hayes, a few week ago, tendered ox-(ov. fiiglrr, tbe appointment of assistant Com mis sion or ol Pennsylvania, to the Pari Ex position, which bo rotused to accept. On Monday last, lie again tendered to tho Governor tho position of assistant Commissioner of tbe Vtltci States, which ho has also declined. Mr. Big Icr persist in going to tho exposition without any government restraint, daring the Bummer, if bo ctn so adjust hi private affair as to let bim off Having served an apprenticeship and afterward graduated with high honor, in our own Exhibition, be i fn no wiae compelled to be bound down to a gov ernmental duty tor fix month, when tine month will anfflne. King, who bad come from iho royul palace. At midday the marriage ceremony took placo at the Haslica Atocba, tbo royal procession returning by tbe Paseo of Atocba, Botanico, Prado, C'allo Alcttla, Puerto del Sol, and ('alio Mayor, to tho palace. Immediately oil their arrival there wa a grand mil itary parade and march past, wbicb their majesties witnessed from the palace windows. During tbo nigbt there were general illumination. Tho theatre wcro thrown open to the peo ple and thero wa a grand serenade, in tho Piuza do Almonia. Extraordinary preparations hud been matlo in Madrid, and no effort spared to make tbo festivities a brilliant as a page from tbo Arabian Night. The council of the city fathers decided thul the feslivitic be continued during five days, and in order to carry out this magnificent programme tho munici pality cf Madrid voted tbo enormous sum of 10,000,000 real (about 11,250, 000.) Tbo second day was dovoted to the official reception, and in tho night thero was a grand display of llroworka. The third day wa set down for the national amusement of a grand bull fight, without which no Spanish fes tivity ceuld bo considered complete Tbo fourth day was devoted to borse-racing, and in the evening there was a royal performance in the Tbea- tro Keal, adn.ission being by invitation, A grand tournament in tho Plata do Toro, or bull ring, wa ae't down tor the fifth day. A banquet was given to 1,000 of tbo poor of Madrid in the Prado, and there wero historical processions in the Pla za do Toros. the noble of Spain be ing invited to tako part in the caval cade. AH tbo children born on the 231 aro to bo dowored, and 00,000 presents are to bo distributed among the poor, " THE BRIDE, Mercedes, tbe fiituro Queen of Spain, is the third and youngest daughter ot tho Duko of Montpcnsier. She was born at Madrid on tho 24th of Juno, 1 SG0, and i therefore in hor eighteenth year. She will be one of tbe most beautiful sovereigns in Europe. She is a very pretty young woman of the puro Spanish type, with very black oye and hair, fine feature and a full figure. She receives from tbe Duko do Montpensior, her father, a dowery of (5,000,000, a great quantity of dia mond and a magnificent trousseau. Ilur sister, tho Countess of Paris, sent a wedding gift of a beautilul suilo of jewels. The young King gave bis bride loads of jewels and bis portrait sot in brilliant ; and tho Tupo sends wedding ring which ho has blessed and a rose of diamond. TUE quests. J The coromony wa performed by tho Cardinal Patriarch of th Indies, Benavidosy Navarotte, who wa rais ed to tbe purple in March, 1877, and it was attonded by ambassador ex traordinary from tho United Slates, Great Britain, Germany, Austria, Bel gium, Denmark, Sweden and Norway. It will be obsorved that neithor Italy, Portugal nor Russia wa o represent- od. Tbe British envoy delivered an au tograph letter from Queen Victoria to tho Dutches of Montpcnsier and politician tins raisca voice against,, ....j.,.,:,,,. t0 ...,. .i. ...-. . tuts greai outrage, ana wuon .no t'em- .j,,,,. j t ,uvu tuumw,V01, umhi npf-nlo In rini,rMi t.wtlr ali.ne t.i i.v. ' ., . ... bracelet for tbo Princnsa Mercedes. lie also brought an Indian scimitar, witb tbo scabbard and hilt inlaid with gold and prociott toi, a a prosent to the King from tho Prtnco of Wale. Pased. Stanley Matthew' silver dollar resolution introduced by him some time since, passed tbe Senate on Thursday by a two-third vote a follows: Tsae Merare. Alliron. ArmatroB, Reek, Booth, II race, ramrroa I Pa.), faiaeroa IWir.l. I halre, Coke, Oonorer, Daria (III ) Ilerie (W. Va.J, Deni.l, t)eroy, Ku'tia. Ferry. Uorloa. Or rrr, llerrfe-d, lluwe, J.ibnitnB, Joni-a (Via 1, Jtnf (Nee.). Kirwod, M'Creery, Mclloaald. M'Millaa, Mettbewa, Moxey, Herr biob, Moraa, Orflraby, Plumb, Kanaum, 8i.nli.bary, haaiidare. r-pneer, leller, Tburmna, voerBeea, Wallace, With-r 41. Pare Merer. Anthony, BarBBBi, Bayard, Blatne. Ituraiide, Corlitiaooy, Conkling, Dawee, futon, E'lmundr, Hamlin, Kernaa. Lamar, Me- Pbrrerm. Unehell. Mnrrlil. Pa.ld.elt. Ran l-.lnb. H.,ilm. nrf-nt, Wadlcif a sad Wlndm 21. Lamar, from Mnniaaippl, wa the only Southern Senator who voted against the resolution, and Mitchell, ol Oregon, Paddock, ol NubrasKa, Sar gent, of California and Windom, of Minnesota, from the Weal, also voted against it. All tbe other votes were from tho Eastern Stale. Tho resolu tion in question read a follows: rreensf, R) tbe Rrwate (tbe TTouae of Repra. eentatlreacone'irrlnK therein), The! all tbe bund of tbe United Ktatee trrued or authorised to be baaed eoder tbe eatd cel. or t ooareee bereiBbe lore reiterated are beyeble, priauipsl and inter- ot, at thr optlna of the government of tbe Dal ted Htatee. ill allrer dulUra ol tbe eotnaoa af tbe Uait-d 8'etec, aontaiBin 4Ui iraloa each of standard silver, and that to restore So its .tnro such silver coins as a leal tender in payme t ol said ooB'ls, principal and Interest, is Bui ib vio lation of the public faith aor derogatory ol Ifec right of the BBblio credit. j . . .. A Pretty Good Test, A motion was made in Congres by Mr. South ard, on tbe 22d inst., to suspend tbe rules and take np the bill which pro vide that on and after the 1st day of January, 1879, legal-tondor notes or greenback, ahall be received at par fur all custom dutie. Tbe voto stood yea, 151 ; nays, 06 ; dodgers, 4)2. Not quite two-thirds having voted lor tbe suspension of tbo rules, tbe bill wont over under tho ruloa. It will be notioed that if all the dodgor vote with tbo ny, the bill will pas Hill. A Good Resolve. Mr. Morgan, of Lawrence county, on Thursday last, introduced the following resolution in the 11 ooso : ffaseter, That the lassrSBM omoalsaleaer be and ta hereby reaalred to a-roeare frota eeeh aad aory iBrereaee compear doiug bail,.aaf la ibis 81440, toreiga or eherteeed by tbe Htate, a Mete Hit skewing the Bomber af lapsed or f rfeliod policies ef aach eomwaay or agoecy withla the Slate durtag the last twt years, aad ibe amoaat ol prceaiame peid oa eeeh teased policy wrter to the lapetag of the same aad report to this Boare. te Beer Baser let ralea. Il tbi resolution ia ever put iulo ol- feet, it will aatooub everybody to learn of tba large amount of money annually lost In the way indicated. ocrals in Congres took step to ex pose the rogues, every Radical mem ber voted against an investigation. A Washington correspondent says: "Further developments ol the system atic plundering of tho government at the expense of tho poor colored people aro promised by the continuation of tho examination into tho mismanage ment of tbo Freedmen'a Hospital. Patient have been put on starvation rations because they dared to preach ugainst the vulture who havo been preying upon them by stealing or mis applying the fund appropriated to sustain the institution. This is a worse ease than those of the Howard Uni versity and Freedmen' Bunk, because in this not only hu tbo management been scandalously bad, but coupled with that misdemeanor is the crime of cruelty to tho patient placed in the institution forenro and treatment. Secretary Schurr. will thoroughly overhaul tbi coneern, and it ia not im probable that tho Howard University will again come In for a share of fund gatlon, the noccsaity for which will bo shown by tbo investigation Into its management which is about to be made. Among tho many other things II is charged that the managers of the Freedmen' Hospital are in collusion with the officers of the Howard Uni versify, situated near by ; that an en gineer is paid out of tho hospital funds to pump water up In the University building, and that University students board at the hospital and draw pay as nurses therein without really perform ing duties. Tho colored doctor Pur vis, ward physician in tho hospital, saysol Socretury Schurx : "The damn ed Dutchman has been making trouble over since he camo to this country ." A New Militia Kill. Adjutant Goneral Latta boa prepared a bill for the reorganisation ot the militia ot the Stato. It fixe tho pay of privates, corporuls, musician, etc., at II 30 per day for actual time served, and ser geant at t2 00 per day, Tbo num ber ol Major Gonorut will bo reduced to three, and Brigadier to five. Uni form and eqnipmon'.a are to be fur nished by tbo Htate out of the 100 ullowcd each company under the ex isting law. All officers will be exam ined by a board consisting of a bri gade commandor and tbe regimental commanders, before receiving their commissions, and a board will also be crealed by tbo bill to examine into tho physical condition of tho appli oanta tor membership into the differ ent companies. Tbe militia ringsters have a groat time in trying to get themselves billetod on the tax payer of tbe Slate for their atistunanco in the future. Why not join the regular army, if State support i needed the wreck ami' rmi that surrounds them. Hence the latter even when Iho opportunity is afforded, will not In vest In enterprise where the possibili ties aro (hut in a few month after il may be irrolrioviihly lost. And, as if to Intensify this statu of toi ling, in crease tbi want of confidence, blatant ambitioua demagogues are abroad in the lund funning the flames of discon tent, seeking tn array tluss ugainst claa, and doing all lliey can to persuade thu capitalist and laborer Hint their In terests are divergent, as if tho man who furnishes the means to stnrt the wheels of Industry and the brawny hands that perform the work are not mutually dependent on each other. Thuy rise or fall together us prosperi ty or pttrulysis affects the nation, l.el the working classes ponder over tins matter and not allow themselves to lie seduced awny by (also leaders who, if. properly investigated, would bo found to bo tbe real drones In tbo mdiistriul hive, whoso vocation is in times like these to stir up strife and trouble, with tbe expectation to profit in some way by it. .i am nun were reicnsen iroin Hcimmiim - ,. I .... . i - - i . n . . . ' i i I ' --neJeMeT" TT -v-rmBwrn'aTi m niaiim y ..IRTi'l jtt.J or! KriilnV uffl u i ,i. no, i. -i r n i. t' . I and payment ot a war indemnity -v ,,., ...v .....a, uuv ui i'o.-i-ii!iur- in cacti I ,, , . , sent in search of l.-ss. when it i. J. ....,. ... . llio peace conditions aro sluled on .liseoe ,.:":r-"" :""-. authority to include the lot "" j uieiii ueeoine part 01 tuu principal. Ilesiiles si-lve up in the V. S. (-'uslom Hoimejthi loitlur.. of commmidiiig iutete-t, and a ilftanbtnent nt t'niloil Hiatus! thero aro provisions lor the protection murines hud boon ordered up to pro- ot the depositor, one of which is thul led them against tno'M.o'nir nnd his the money shall not be liulde to tie deputies. maud, detention, . linre or withdrawal Xni o ol allairs bo wilhi.nl consent :.f .:' v ' "' ".rill'., uuiierut wgilonicorllllcatO .tl ll.-m.l. suTo lvv principal objections to this s stet no ol which is lliut I hu convorion ot post offices into national savings banks in (reuses the power of iho governmental machine, and the other is thul I hero is Thu triul ol the mil brought by Miss Elizabeth West against the Ad ministrator ol Enoch llayus, to recover I25.0UU damages tor a breach ot con iruct on the purl of Hayes, in refusing tu murry bur, waseonclu.le.1 yesterdav, 1 till' tOMnnti K(e,. v iract was made, it wuj made during A Nevada Wedihno Married, at Viririniu. Nov.. on the 4lh mat., bv the r"R Itev. Father Mtliralh, Ah Wan. 'Esq., ! 1 ,: ........ anu At is-b ARni ing. j ue louowing wa the ceremony : "Ah Wan, you likeo this one plocee woman mucb good ?" "You hut!" Nan Ving. yon likmi this olio piucoe man way up gisst?" "Mo bkee tbi piueee." "Ah Wan. you never cult-hoe no more woman hut tbi onn piect e. d't o rnoirtd thst" "Mn cutcheo r.o more man but Ah Wan, "ic .,. . .. , thu minority of iho young man, and u um.,ur"',,n" "' , "')" tbereloro void. Judgo Johns.,,, in j ,u nit. iiameoi ine Aitiiigiity, 1 .tructed the jury lUm if they .houl.l ltov "" m.m l,iect m,M,t- .1 . as a J ..(.. unn .u1,l MtlUti I. .a ik.i kaea.l nnu the contract wan mudo while B ' " " EI..K.U Hates wua a milior, hu bad tbe' lbo1 c"1n,l'';y '"t lmmrted her, " ' .. ! Ull 1 u.laaata l..a uaaaBaul t)l.u It U-. U..J rilfhl Oil uiinilii (i Him Ui il Maaltiini t l"MJ u It) tt'in if ; Sfivitt to be tiidi'iK'tidoKt williout (-itnipuiihuiioiiM; Montiit'ro tofort-ivo A tiltvar, ic.-r. and ,., and a .r-1 u J ,, ,..,! her the law would have g.vva. .Sc.lur,: tJ,a tcfhold Haioum. Kara! ' .TM. b. l"U ' duV' WUh"1l P"- --.h .......v., iv.viii m vuiuie. iur the dcieiidant. If ho did not disalliriti ' '.''-, (id luo LOi.V. Orr roa Hxazil. Two hundrod and fifty laborer, mostly hailing from Pennsylvania, loft Willow (tree! wharf, Philadelphia, on Monday on the sloam hip Metropolis, Captain Ankers, com mander, to assist in tbe construction ot the Maderiaand Mamore railroad, in Brazil. Iu addition to hor human freight, the vessel tako out a large miscellaneous cargo, including 500 ton of iron rails, 230 ton of coal, 1.000 bar rel ol flour, togother with large qu an- titioa of beef, poik and clothing for tho use ot tbo pioneers who left on tho Mercodita. Tbo steamer Richmond, tho third vessel, will arrive in port and uommenco loading on February 5th, and will aail on tbe 10th, taking out another batch of 500 laborer, ''he cabin passenger will include Mr. Thomas Collin and a number of mer chant, wbo propose to visit liio Janeiro and Pera in the interest of trade. Unbafft Soi'ls. The Mew Vork Aut! is responsible for this: ."An ac complished young lady, daughter of a pork packer in Cincinnati, wa engag ed to be married to an educated young man. Just before the happy day she wrote ber intended a note in which she referred to the 'approaching nup- shal,' and a 'dimund' ring. Tho sen sitive young man wept over tho or thography, but he had about madu up bis mind to sacrifice himself, when tho dread intelligence came that the father had failed, and wasn't worth a oont. He might have forgiven the orthogra phy, but tbe failure, never. And no there is in the court a broach of prom, ise case, and two fresh young souls are happy. Why are not girl taught spelling a well a mnaiu, and why will fathers pack pork and fail f These aro social problems." Just Till Tumo The Williams- port Bulletin man settle the case in tbi way: We present the following Republi can ticket and hope it may win when ,UV UVU'VIIIMI UIOUU1 ( fnt O'tceroor Hon. W. H. Armstrong . Yor Lieaienaal woveraor-Col, Wlliiaal Me Miehael. There i but little doubt that the Governor will be taken trom Northern Pennsylvania, and the Lieutenant Gov ernor from the Eastern part of the aie. Aumiuing mat- io oe true a better selection and division tban the above eould not be made." That li wbat they call a straddle ticket half Cameron and half not and just as easily whipped as any one that can be put on the boards. II art ranft ia the last Radical that will ever occupy tba Gubernatorial Cbalr at Oarrisburg. Eleotiok Fbeak.- When both tIouo of our Legislature met in joint convention a few week ago, for the purpose of opening the return and counting tbe vote cast fur Auditor Ueneral and State Treasurer, it waa diaeorered that Mr. Suhell, our nomi nee for Auditor Oenoral, bad recolved ti vote in Armstrong, and 34 vote in Carbon county, tor State Treasurer, and Col. Noyea, our nominee for State Treasurer, bad received the same num ber pf voto lor Auditor Qtneral. Tn B Other Side. Iter. Ormnnd, who wa hero lecturing us on the Lo cal Option question, stated repeatedly that not a license had been granted in Washington county for twelve years. leaving hi hearers to infer that the liquor traffic was legislated out of the reach of that community. The editor of tho Monongnhela R-publican, nt last week, chimes in on Local Option Washington in this way: "Wo wish that our representatives at llurrisbiirg would introduce and urge tho passage of a bill giving Justices of tho Peace jurisdiction in cases of violation of the liquor law. Last week beforo the Grand Jury of Washington county, eighteen liquor bill wero found, and all these must be dignified with a jury trial. Iho trouble is, and none know it so well as the rum-sellers, that lew person are either ablo or willing to undergo the expense of procuring the attendance of witnesses at tbe county seal, und many a jug dealer goes un whipped of justice trom this reason, 1 1 this class ol cases could he tried before a Justice ot the Peace, the interests ot law and order, nnd of temperance would bo greatly hclpod. Let it be so." We presume tho gentleman re ferred to will explain just bow ibis crookedness, in iho liquor business arises, when be returns next week. T II E J u do ts ii i p. T h e people of C ra w ford county will huvu a Church for Judge in the futuro. Thu tribunal to which wa submitted tho judicial con est between Church and Henderson, lor the Common Pleas Judgeship ol Lrawtortl county, decided it in favor of Pearson Church a lawfully elected. tbe contestant withdrawing his poll nun. lliurcb was tho Democratic candidate and was returned elected by a small majority, when Mr. Hender son, the Republican candidate, con tested. The Court, from tho records of the election in the Prothonotary's office, declared that Peurrou ('hutch bad received the largest number ol voles, and the cerliUcalu, signed by ull three Judge, Wetmore, liulhruilh and McDormolt, was at once forward ed to the Governor. The contestant s counsel gave as their rearon tor with drawing from the contest thul they did Hot wish to lake the responsibility of delaying the business ot thu courts until the contest waa decided." sent a dispulch to Atlornov (rotn-riil Deveiis, iu which be stuted that four persons, Thomas y. Anderson, M, J. Wells, 1 Koiinoruud G. CWuavu, in. dieted for ti lony in the criminal eonits ol this Stale, had tuken rof'ugu in the V. S. Custom House, und ho wished to know if they e,,uld b.i kepi there in defiance of thu civil authorities of this Stute. U. S. Murshul Wharton also sent a til-patch t, Aiiuriiuv (iem-rnli Deveiis, asking whether tiny should be dellvert d. The Kisilt.in tuken by the Republi can is thul the Custom Hoin-o is United Slute prnrly, and no on., bas a right lo break iu or lorce a door to tube any one out. This sua tho position tuken by IToinliiison, w ho re fiTied the matter tv District Attorney Lacey, who aiistiiinrd the action of Hie Marshal. Aller iilu a long confer unco upon the partol the leaders, the mailer waa relorrej to Washington, Al IV p. in. a dis hatch was received by U. S. Murshul Wharton, from Atlor noy Dcvons, in Washington, to throw open tbe door of tho Custom Ilouso lo Iho civil authorities, as they have no light lo shield person charged wiib felony from any process from the Courl ' At a quarter after eleven o'clock, Sheriff Houston with one ileputy.woni to tho Custom House, anil Anderson, ICenner and Can-nave, with James Lewis and cx-Chiel of Police Loan, surrendered to kirn. They were ut once placed in carriage and driven to tho parish prion. They appeared a little downhearted, and refused lo talk Sheriff Houston madu every arrange ment for their comfort, providing beds, etc , and they were locked up. A Iluox Feauil During Grunt's time, the tariff advocates established scores of Custom Houses and porta ol entry, for the purpose of collecting the revenue and lo break up smuggling. i 1th u view ol curtailing tho exiiens.-s of the Government, tho Democrats in Congress are looking into this suicidal policy, and on Tuesday last, the Com iniiteoon Ways and Means made iho following report to the House, which waa adopted : Whereas, It sppeara fr.m tbo annual report ef he Krci-.er ,.t tbe Tree.arr. f,,r Hie 4eul veer ertmng rfuae m, inr, nt inrre ere a great Bum ber ol port- uf entry In the Unite,! (lute., whics are a rnrce of cxpenre le tbe Uoeerninent, n.td in as which but a lofliag ii-cime Is deriird. the no necessity on tho part of the United Slates to pay compound interest for money, no nutur how low the rate. Senator Wullaco's plan of a h'lig bond of small deiiomin tin ins ul u Ijw tutool int. rest wilt answer evurv iiructieul purpose. Uniioih.y Intebest. Thu Commil lee of tho Uiiii. d Slales Senate, ol which Hon. Henry G. Davis, ,4 West . irgiina, is (.huiriiiun, und which has been making an exuiniriution of the s.tstein of keeping ibo honk of the Treasury, bus ruA-Mrvd a statement t.l lite premium pui.1, expenses of Na tional loans, and tbe cosl of refunding the debt. It iiinoiiiitBtothocimrinou sum of 95 278.43! 90. Ol thisamounl 150 7.18,107.73 weru premiums paid; a.le.-ljH.ltc.Ji wero fnreXrenscof Na tional loans ; anil 83 (181.8119 KG tor re funding iho public debt. Since 1850 ihcro bus be. n a net Increase ot the debli.f J2.8I5 319,973.87, and a net do Mvaso of 1010 018 581 77 ; while the total interest account from that time lo tho present ha been 11,008.020 149.92 exceeding moro than one-ball the principal of tho debt The tolul debt at the close ol 1877 amounted lo ?2,205 30I 392 10-Hhowiiig a n t in crease during that year of t2a,90fi,. 321.95. and Kizeroiitii until a war lode, unity ol tvtenlv Ull loll iioiiihIh us f..Ml the iiK-n-oi ant-; llulgariuii uiilonnmy to Ikj conceileil rather on the iiriiicinlu the l.i liunoii than on the plan of ibe ioiii,iniiuopic.L',iuicrciiff, umi 1 hi key to noiiiniuto a Cbristiun (.overiior li.r a long term ,,l i-ars, au' j. cl to rulili culioii by the power; Uulguriu not iiuiicrsioisi in int-iiiiiu I hrace, bill only loexicnd to the line ol the Halkuns ; purl of ibe Russian army lot mhuik ut Constantino, l t.,r their return home, uint I he final livuty ol peace lo bo sign ed al Conalunliiiople by the Grund Duke Nicholas. Tin at ruogcineiit will sulisfy Rua eiun military honor without involving the tk-i iiputioii i, C'oiisiuiitinople. I.ATI.B VIRsION or THE TERM. Tbo Duilu Atirt uiiblisbes what il helloes l, .o sillisluiillHlly the terois bun posrs-Hsiou of hor without paying a t em, a gloom waa cast over tbo com mit uitv. Tuu ll, ami j by mutual agri-onioni Urn mart.age! . ." ' 1 T" 7 ' . .Ml'rl wus nosiiM.uuu in, in liniu ti. limo. then '- ncora, Ibu coiilracl beeuiite as binding on him aa tbouglt il hud been madu when til lull ugu. VYhelticr ho rulili. i it or not wua a question lo bo pus-oil upon liy tbo jury trom its declaration and ucts, and bin conduct toward the pluiit titr utter becoiuiiig of ago. Tbo defonduiil'a irounae-l having dunned thul Knoch Huyea being dead, llio aelion did not aiirvive against itie Adiuinistrutor, Ibe Court charged the jury Una in an action lor damages lor a urcucli ul coniract ut marriage, al though theonglnul dufundaut had died, Ihu right ol'uclion survived aguinsl bis reprvsuiiluiives. 1 lie jury, alter a deliberation of N. II., knows Mr. William K. Chand. Icr, und suys thul "with any one who " i ins siuielucnt Is equivalent to sajing lhat be went In Florida de termined u secure the vote ot that Stale to Haye. right or wrong, and lhat hu did secure it because tboolhor side weru not so smart and trit-ky a bo was." And he adds: "Confined to my house by lameness, and having lit tle lo divert my attention, I have spent a few moments in recalling tbe event of 1840 and those ,rf 1876. ThedinVr eueo between the two is that the ebo tion ol 18-10 wa earned by the Whig by a seiisulos and dcmnirngjcal excite ment, wl.ilu that of 1870 wa carried -IOII Ol i ... - , ..... .. about mo hours, returned a verdict P pure irauu ana n.onolwrr,." lor lite plamtill', und uwsessed hor dam I lieuee, us billows: "Alllolilimv liir uiriM ul li llllll Ibilu'inia. similur to that ol l.el.an..ti ; j (On a liirmer triul of this case a Turkey to nnmiunle a Cliristian Gov-1 similar verdict wus returned Cincin- ernor of the prt.rin.-e lor u long term jnifi Vommercml. ol years, whisw uppoinlmelil lnu-l liel m- siin. liomd by tlm European powers;! A nRAStlEll OX TKAUHKBH. Iliilgaria lo anpiiru some uuritnryi iiitli.il thu Haitians; Bosnia and Her j l.l tiikb.ibliio, Jun. 24, 18i8. xi-tfovina to be a-suied of prolcctii.ii , Mr Eihtok In ... i...... .o I.... ary 9th, you had an article on com Iron?. The Philadelphia Timet volunteered thu billowing the other day t "It wasn't si bl idwa lor Galll sba A. Grow lo nmko Waouir.gt.n hi. base of operations for conducting a campaign for the Republican nomina tion fur Governor, but he struck the wrong end ut the Capital. Instead ol bothering seventeen Republican mom ber nf Congres nf variable tastes, al Unities and ambiiion, why didn't bo toy with the golden lock of the young Senator who dispense Republican la voraT W hat' the use ol wasting time on a promiscuous droro of Congres. men when one man is bos or tho lot? Grow must reduco his cumpaign to more practical direction, Tho young sionator ig the objective point for Qub ernalional candidates, and Hoyt has been there." That Armt. The editor of the New York Sun, goe for il in this way : And we say again te the House Committee on Military A flairs The people require you forthwith to put an end to tho na tional scandal of an army composed ol eigiit combatant aoldier to one officer ; of an army establishment that, in fart, is almost wholly a civil pension list ; of an army that is the costliest in propor tion to ils number of any in thu world ; of an army that ia not needed beyond Un tlmu-Mid men ; ol an army that, beyond lhat number, oppressively and wickedly taxe tbe resources of un im povensneu people. Again we urge you lo do your duly. Reduce this army to 10,000 men, and musturout of service every officer not strictly neces sary to that diminished military esta blishment I .ipenditures fur maintaining tbe renin b'iiig lai-griy in eicess ..I the recruits tberfr m. T tttuets-s: i Tee rece-iae f the port anuria as rrrebm40' Hr."in Ibe State of Hour, was l..r thai dm-,1 eer S.s4, chile the exuvnseto the uuvvr.i.Hrue vee ..r I Ci.lleelor ..I,JI to I d. iuty c.,11. ei'.r l,:nu ft.. I t puty eollsetsr 13 ta I d,,ut eol e-u.r end inruee'or I.' 1 Jriuty enllectors suit inepogtors H I HVa ISI rireeeeper Sell 911 1 storrk.epers 4 sn Amounting tn IS. HIT i The sgKregtle of the eipemliti r'S ia St era ol receipis Iroia taeee piirts a eeuatlg la thous elide of dwllere. And 11 bc.ug etldeol that eona naiy d- meii.lr ntreaohinrat and relrm IB Ihi. branch ..f the Oevermnea , ntilb a elect e the re lurti..a ul three nosarrsutalilv rij.stidituras. Then-f.ire, Mr tl rVreulrrd, Tbt the Committee on Way. end Mranebe, endure hereby, rvque-le-l loino .ire o.a tnr lunuagcmetil al all uou puns as it up prars are an e.iienee tu the 1 -rernui ml, ejiib e new to report te this II.misc such bi I ur maeure as may be f.iund to be necoesary la the preiaiees ll will be observed by this lhat al one port alone, n ven Radical States men drew out of ibu U. S. Treasury 85,187.00, and divided il among them selves, while they only collected riyht doltiin and eighty ficc cent. Suppose a farmer or a mechanic were to con duet their business on this Radical plan, how long would the)' bu able lo stand it 7 The State Loan. During tbo past t ear, m-eerljr tfet aullWaea ad' oUllaevesI our Statu debt tell due, and there be ing no funds to moot these obligations, the State authorities bad to resort to a twenty year loan, Tho parties ho took thu loan are as follows : .Vuaee, H. V. Mint Janes H.iphine , Prurld.-al L.feand Tract t'a tle.rge 11. Ileeragarter J. J A. tin heltenee Iaeurenon Co., f. A. A H. Mmall., Joseph Rinyerr Km.iry Creed 1 C. Thomas A. Hiddts A Co Jerne. P. Voaog H J. Ueinha.get Obarlee l. Ilerney A Co Tiade-mea's NbiiuboI Uaak... Th .mas A Hbocmeher t herles Ceuiblss A Co Urexel A Co..,..,,., , Total -wie I lf.nofi , UI1.II..A 60. SHU 4o,Cs1 IIS nl 17 m leti.tati, 4,0011 I0ii,ii ue le.oes I H,oue 0t,iiftii l.lin I6-..-0 -lati.tMt ITS.ai'll l.g.11,1011 ..1,1100. situ Iheib Ncmukr. The amount of unused money, deposited in some ol the .Saving Institution, in this country, is enormous. To illuslialo 0110 vstah. lishmenl in Philadelphia, has 50,731, depositors as follows: Number of depo.ltnrs bavins, mini in de. I orll . eicerdine ! B dollars, n.a.,0 F'om tea to tornty dollar., s,s77 r'rnm tvesty te Ally diillere, S 0ov Kr,.m af y to one hundred d.dUra. 6 rn F in tinehandrc! to tw .hui.drrd duller., a,.t!d Fr-.m tu bundredlo three hundred d il- ,! Vpm three hundred t.. fire hundred dol- '" 4,76 F on fire haud'ej and upveril., 7,3s) Whole number f depositore no tbs 0. at U-.nd..y in Nrem'-r, 177, &0,7al o nave no Uouht thu denosils amount to over tin milliont of dollur, without tne bit ot Tiirity, except (he inlogriiy of thu officers und clerk who square up tho ledgers. How much belter il would be for these 60,734 de positors, ami 1 no country 11 each was Ibe holder of a Government bond in lieu of a simplu certificate signed by a clerk in u Saving Bank. Stltf l) A wat. A tVaahinglnn tele gram suys : Senator Cameron of Wis cousin, has abandoned Iho idea of mak ing any report lo Congress of iho in vestiguliou which hu conducted ot tbe South Curolina election. A report was prepared from the evidence taken by the clerk of tbo committee at Cumor oil's direction. This report was tilting led and garbled in au utrirciotia man nor, sensational headlines wero inter spersed throughout llio document, and pari of evidence disproving ome nf the worst campaign stories ever circu lated for election purpose in South Curolina weru omitted from iho report. When this document was presented lo Senator Chrisiiancy he read it and declined to sign it. Senator Merri mon, tho only Democratic member ol the cnminittoe, was never shown tbe report. Mr Cameron, alter Mr. Chris tiancy'b refusal to sign the report, wise ly concluded not to attempt to present il to Congres. Dunn no Tiieji Ol'T.A Washing ton letter-writer says: "They aro be ginning to unearth somo old fiauds In tho Indian bureau, in which it ap peal's that in 1 81 3, agent of the do partment swindled the government by raising their hotel bills four time the amount acluully charged. The bills wcro Incurred at Paoll, Kan. Tbe way these agents accomplished the swindle was by getting the hotel keep cr to receipt for four lime their bills. Every bill receipted for wa multiplied by four. Boerelury Schur Invosli gating ihu mailer," und rclorms and have a Cbrisiion Gov ernor; seen my lo lie inven tor iho bol- tor government of other Turkish pro vinces; iho independence ot Itounia nia; Servia lo lie independent without compensations ; Montenegro lo acquire Antivuii, Nii-sns and Spux unit a H.r- 11011 01 me snore ol Lake Meiilarl ; the cession of a part of Ressarabia and ol uuionin, iars and hrzertwm with a l latent territory to liussia : indcmnilv to RiiMsia tiir Iho excuse of tho war. lo be paid in money, territory or oth erwise; Iheqiiestiiunof the Dardanelles to be reserved for the consideration of thu European powers. Peace Hetween the Section. Illuine, and Conkling, and Kdmonds, und their relentless liillowcrs, are de termined thul ibe Southern people shall have no rest lorevcr. But it i vain to dream of returning prosperity puioory education, in which you say thai al the recent Touchers' Institute onu of the teachers made an address on ibis subject; and then you say thai the idea of compulsory education was of Kuropeun origin. That ia true. Now, il our teachers want 10 uie after European, they had better educate themselves first, because not one In litiy would bo fit to teach a school in UuroKi, a tbe euse now stands. In Germany, every teacher has to prepare himsell at bis own expense, like the clergymen, lawyers und physicians, not less than three, and olten four years, before he can get a school to teach. In our country, many a young man, if he attends a County Institute tor one niunih, or a Siato Normal Si hool for three months, thinks himself til for Professor. 1 think our tea. hers had belter not go too far with our free schools. They now m't too much A Newspaper Sell. The Sun Fran cisco Po$t lells how a well known journ alist, at present on the staff of the Vir L'inia I'hrnnidr, put tip a job on ir pert Weekly. Tbo gentleman in ques tion, who is known us the "underground poet," is very clever in imitating the diultvt style of Bret Hurte. Ho wrote a long yarn about an engineer snowed up in the Sierras, dying, with bis hand on Ihe throttle-valve, and Rent it on 10 Harper') as an original, unpub lished poem by Bret Harte. Harte was then in the height ot his fame, ami the Harper's were delighted to got the poem for nothing. Tbey went to the trouble of having a large, lull page rut mado for il, and put it in with a flourish ofirumpetM. The most astonished man east of the Rooky monntians wa Bret llarto when bo saw it. to any portion of our country until fra- money from our chitons for the profit ternul feeliniraiid irenerous svniiiatbv 1 ''"J' I1 10 "" Th" """'hine might is restored between every section of our country. There cannot bo ono policy for tho South and atiolhcr for the North. Every Stato must rest up on its own sovereignly, without inter f. reiice or dictation from any other Siutc, or the system or free government established by our futhera has perished forever Then thu liberty our fath er foiighl tor is gone. Then the Kn. n.peun system is, at tbe end of the first century of the American system, planted upon its ruins. All we ask is, that there shall be a perfect restoration of tbe ancient bar inony and paternity that existed be tween the North and South for the first titty years after tho establishment ot our freedom. True, the soli of the South is atrewn with the shuttered wrecks and broken fragments ol a bit ter strife. But wo hope that time will now cover them will! kindly dust, and thai, if alterwards. thi-y shall bo laid hare, ibey may only movu a feeling akin to the pitying wonder nf Virgil's husbandman, us hi ploughshare un sepii'chivdlhe "helmets an I the mighty ly hones" of the buried loetuen. stop Dccauso it is lieing loaded list heavy witb uneducated teachers an. big wage, and if it ever slops, this genera lion will never see it start auain. I hey also want school the whole year roiiu.i. 1 mink nvo months is enough in tbe country, where every farmer needs bis children at home on the farm during the summer. In towns and cilie where Ihey have nothing to do. and want lo keep them off the streets, they Can have private schools for their children. Yours Truly, Bradt. Ttia Fall' Ticket. The voters in tbi county will bo cnllod upon this fall to elect mon to till tho following offices: Governor. Lieulonant Governor. Judge of tbo Supremo Court. Suorotary of Internal Affairs. One Member of Congress. One Slate Senator. Ouo Member ol Assembly. County Treasurer. Three County Commissioners. Throe County Auditor. The November election will be one ol tbo most Important that be been bold in tbi Stale for some lime, and il behoove! every citiien to cast about for the bot men. Tbu best feature about tbi ncgoti lion, is the fact thai it was taken up because it cost the tux-payer uf thu Stato lie per xnt. interest, while the new loan only bears Jive per cent, Bui wo bollewe that if an opHirliinity were given to-day, il would bo tuken al four per cent, A Uuoe Establishment. TheWar den ol thu hustern Peiiitvntiury are befoie llio Legislature, asking lor an appropriulion of fdUOOO for the pur pore of creeling filly more cell. The establishment already eon tu ins six hundred and fitly cells, in which are con fined 1,040 convict. More than a regiment of rogue Thero aru nearly nine hundred in thu Western I'eniteu tiary. This evidence of our moral de cay is truly alarming, and when viewed from a financial aland point, the case is still darker. Our iliarilio cost Us nearly a much ai our Stato and municipal gnvornment. Great on Expectations. Tho Al- toona Sun remark : Tbe Radical aru death on "relic." They abolished slavery 1 havo grappled wilh polygamy, and aro now preparing lor an onslaught on bell. Where will tbe aroh con spirator who stole lb Presidency and defeated the will of the people, gel tlielrjiist reward 1 Settled, The County Coiniiiiun- era ol Mifflin courtly, have been wrang ling over the appointment uf a Morcan- tilo Appraiser ovor since Christina. Tbe dead look haa boon broken by the Court making tho appointment. Another Bhiuadier. The Legisla ture of Kentucky un Thursday lust elected dunerul John J. Williams Uni ted Stales Senator, to succeed MuCree rv, by a vole of 126 lo 1 1 for Bo d, the Republican candidate. General yil iama waa an officer In the JL-xiean war, and in incoll's victory al Ccrm Gordo ho led a brilliant charge, which has aince cuttsed him to be known at "Cerro Gordo" Williams. Hu also served in the Confederate army during the late war. Ho ia said lo bu a fluent and ef foctivo speaker. Justice, Partly. Jacob and John Uuiilllngor, President and Cashier ol the exploded bunk, al Pollsvillu, b) wbicb fraud they utulo nearly a mill ion dollars, worosoiilonuod on Tueaduy last to pay a flue of $500 each, and serve two years at hard labor in th? Hiuiteiitiary, and refund to Thomas Kerns, thu prosecutor, thu auiq ol 12-1,000 und bis costs In theoaae. Bank President and Cashiers, when they rob their croditora, should Just be treated like horse thieves. Still Around. W notice by nn exchange that Colonel Thomas C. UacDowell, formerly ol llarriaburg. ia now tho publisher and editor of tbu Hawaiian Oa:eite, published at Hon olulu, Sandwich Island. The Colonel wa a candidato for Siato Senator in tbi district twenty. fleo year ago. Somebody once wrotu to ibat good knowing old farmer UoraooGrvely inquiring II guano wa good to put on polatoo. Ho said it might do for Ihoso whoso tanto had bocomo vitiated, witb tobaooo and rum, but he preferred gravr aad bttttor. Pllll.AIihl.piilA'l Km Snow. Then, is still wime hope tor Philadelphia's big abiiw. The Exhibition Company ecm to have gained new life, ami its mana gers feel confident thul ihey will, in a very short time, arrange with their creditors iu accordance with ihu plan proposed by tbe committee of stock holders and creditor, as reported at ibu annual meeting ; that ia take the stock of tho company in payment tor tbo cluim, and ul tho largest creditors representing one-filtb efall tbcamounts due, a well as a number of other rep. reseming lanje nmounta, uvo already agreed lo tho settlement I anil not ono who bus beou asked bus a yet refused. One creditor in addition has presented tbe company with $100 of Centennial slock. By a series of cheap excursions to Philadelphia during lha Summer season, our cilitens have come to regard the Permanent Exhibition wilh a sort ol local interest, and we are sure ihey will feci gratified to hear of this encouraging slate of affair. The Stamp B"nes.- Postmasters of thu fourth class who hope to become millionaires by the sale nf stamps may aa Well dismiss the hind delusion. As. slaiuiil Pimtmusier General Haxcn has had prepared a bill providing thai tho husts of compensation of fnurib-rluss postmustetv shall herculter be tho face value of the stump actuully canceled in their offices instead of I huso sold by ihem. Severe pvuulliu aro also im ported by iho hill for making lalao re turns and iruflb king in stamp. Variety. Anexi bangesay: "Mon treat and Chicago aro tho two cities most conspicuous Ibr failure, Uoalon and Philadelphia, for auuak thieve, Ciuciunuil und Iouisvillo for whisky thieves, Washington and Richmond lor . I- gant Aniericuns ol African do- sccul, New Oilcans and Charleston lor c. linn, Sun Francisco nd Si. Louis for Chiiramen, Haiti moro and Norfolk for oysters. Why do you pnl a woman, Minerva, the Gisbless ol Wisdom, up on top of our Capitol here at V aahington f My ottl I why don t you put the woman down stair In tbe legislative balls. where she is needed. Isabella RrekT Hooker. Becauso they don't want hor whereako will raise the roof, but where ho will keep It down. Tho Radical bloods of Philadelphia, who whistle Cameron tuno while tho II aye troupe perform, gavo Senator Don. a huge reception on last Friday night, ll was a porfoel "least of reason and flow of oul" from beginning to und, We notice that Hcecbor'i "mutual friend" F. D, Moullon, addressed the Dairyman' Association. Anexobange any he wa th beat dairy nan and obeoM talker thai aver addressed th Msoelation, trnos TO HLA ME, Wu rather think that Evurt is. Ho is a cold blooded, selfi-h schemer. 11.. is ruining we assume be ha ruined fluye. Ho is the Mepbistopheles of the Administration Haves ia honest, singhi-miiidt-il, and endeavoring to be patriotic. He is acting, according to nis nest judgment, lor the public nood He ha no personal aims. But Evarts has tbu rroaideticy on tbe brain, II. Selioves it his destiny to succeed the omciai who now holds that high offiVo. Ho Is using Haves and Iho natrnuairt and influence of the Administration to bring about what his heart is so fixedly act upon HuVes dial not ovo it. II sulfides in. nnd leans uion, Evarts, Ho thinks him a great and good rami. He could not be more mistaken. Ho is neither great n..r good, lie is a man ol groat preleiilions. Ho studies and practices effects. Hu ia a noble New riiglandiT a fine specimen ot the down bust 1'iirilan. Full of big, high, roeotiant, gilt-edged, rose tinted, ilv RTliimed sentiment, he will do as mean things as almost any other white man living. He's the man that's ruining Hayes. Aixl he care no more for il lhan ho doe for tbe extinct Mayflower or the dust of his New England ances tors, ami these bo cares nothing for ex cept lhe nse he can mako of tbem in i ew tnglatitl dinner speech. He merely use them a ho tl.ie Hayes, ... L .... ,t . . . J ' io uetu uimscii along. 110 ha no hear, he bai no conscience ho h no true manhood. Ane York Say The estate of Mrs. Ilarmar Denny, tbe aged lady who died in Pittsburg a few day ago, i valued at about 85,000,. 000. Tho property i divided equally between hor six surviving children, and tho widow of two deceased sons. A Death rdComsion. John II. Robinnn, who died recently at New Market, New Hampshire, confessed while dying that he murdered a man named Jewell at Candia, in that State, twenty year ago. ItiUHT Tho Ctunntillee on latlian affairs, recommend Congress to pass a hill transfering the Indian Bureau to the War Department. That ia the on- ly way to get th common thieve out of that bureau. Col. Jus. F. Milliken, late District Attorney nf Blair county, ha boon heard from in Egypt, where ho claims to have good prospects for a position under the Khedive, or some other dive. M r, L. Prado, son ol I he President of tho Republic of Pern, accompaniod by Mr. M. Toledo, Commissioner of tho Government of Iloiidnra, paid a visit last week tu the Clearfield coal region. John Morrissc)-' health continue to improve. Obituaries of the'1 Dying Gladiator," preiarud by enterprising nowpa.or editors, may aa well bo re turned to Ihe pigenn hole. John O.N icolay and John Hay, who wore Mr. Lincoln' private Secretaries, are still busily engaged on thoir joint IMeoj Lincoln, wbicb they began short ly after bi assassination, Cerro Gordo Williams, the new Sen ator from Kentucky, ia neither a Clay nor a Crittenden, but is six teet four inebca in height and talk four langua ge. Let u be joy fill I Mis Hannah de KothacbJld, the young lady whom Karl Koaebery is going to marry, bat a lortun uf 116, 000,00a Sho wa born rich instead of handsome Sir If they in a sllrar dnller worth SO cents it is to be be c I they or.1l bare tba fra.e nt ta pa "In Oml ere Trn.t" na ll i f..r r joe will lack, al Druleronstav ate, ISia and latb. via will eec He will net be (Uuerrd bj tbe saperacriotiea. A t'niMTar Pabsov. "Tnnn .halt set have ia thr bu dire re weiebte. a areat en a email : "Bat then sh.l- bare a perfect ana Inst weight, a perfect en-l jo a mare shell th .a here : tbet th; dev. in .y be lenathencl ia Ibe l.nd wbicb 'he Lore lb; tiod girstb thee." -A. . Triimtt. As true ns Bible lore; and bow doe Iho Tribme get over tho "In God we Trust" on tho dirly nickel, twonty of l hent valued by the Government atone dMir, when their intrinsic valuo is not fifty coiiW, the entire twenty f Will the "Country Parson" tell ti bow he Republican as bu is gets over that ? True Veterax Hon. Asa Packer and Wife celebrated their ifolden wed ding at Mailt b Chunk nn Wednesday. Over one thousand invitations worn is sued. Among I hose present were R. Mr. Marks, the clergy m an who mar ried Mr.and Mr. Packer fillyyearHaaio,, tiiur or five person who were piment. at ihe wedding, and David Thoiaas andt wife, of Catasaqua, who recently cele brated the sixty first anniversary o their marriage. To Stop. The Slate Senate bas pat, ed a resolution, prohibiting Ibe intro duction of now bills into that Chamber after the 1st day of March. 'RluoJoanV tiovernor William is said to play a roostng game of eucbre. ffftr dcrrtlsffflfntg. ARNOLD WAN I S 5,000 Rail Road Ties. rerwrnrrllle, e. Ian. t. T.tf ARNOLD WANTS Shingle Bolts & Saw Logs. Curwenrrllie. Jen. . 7a tf ARNOLD PAYS CASH or TRADE. Carwenartlle, IV, Jan I, 71 u. ARNOLD IIAS ADVANCED Prices of Shingles,. SHAVED AND SAWED. Co'w.a.ville, Jas , 71 If. ADMlKIMTRATtlR'K ftt.Vir K.-NcticB le heretic ft-iven thai ietteraef 44nr.te&. tin na Ihe estate cf DsVIR rktllSR. lata nf Oraham lewn.hip, CararSeki ecnalr, Penn'a, are d, haTlnc ne-rn e)ulr weated le the iit. sicned. all perrwa in.lcklcd to sal e.latc. will pleaw meke is.wir.IUle BTeot, and Ih'.ee hac in( clelnu or itrraaaite will preeeat them umperlv nnikeBttaeled tor aetllcoscl withent Hel.r. AatOH Hl'BI.RR, UrahataloB, JB. , l?.t. Adtu'r. PMIIelsTHATOR- BjITirH.-Nulc is herehr aires Ihet Letters nt Ailmlnisirk. tine on tbe eetata af K.i rlllfK. A AIlLK.elN, lale of Pike I.. wo. hip. Clr.r0. Id ouru.1.. Pa., dcceBMd. hartnc BeeB rfale .k.iU , k. Bndereiitoed. all pcreoBc indehte lo sai eeiaio will please aaae immediate p.rnaeet. end Ihoes haeiac alaima or draiaed. will present tneaa pninerlr aatbaBliealed far tolil.B.hi Biik., I'iar. H B. THOMI'SON. Oarwcna Ilk). Pa., lea. , ISTf-C Ad r. UHINISTet ATtlRrt NOTICE. Nelieo Is berol.e lieca that Lellece ml I A. mial.tratler, .a Ihe estate of MHIAll AnH. "''", lata er Brade Iwp , ChwseM Oe , PeBB'a. wee'd. hariaa BeeB dole eraatoa lo lha aad.-reilrno4, all eoreowe iMohted to aai4 eeuta w.il please saaha iaaroedieta Be.oreBt, Bad OWa harms; elainta er cVaieade will preeenl iBeea prufierir oatbeelfeelod f.,r Mttlement with. cotdeUe. K. Aflll KNPIhLTXR- Utaorsharf. P , Job. la, 7 ie ADMINIBTH AT()Hn NOTIClw-N,l0, . le herehr aires lhat Utters cf AcWiole. trotion ea Ihe estate of PKLIX PICARD, hue of ' l'oe.a(toa lowaehlp. Clear, Id deal?, Pe .iaeo c hoeini hroa del; f restrd u lha aBUenlaocl, ail i' periwns iadehied lu aa.d esuio will pieoeo Make . tnejodiete perssrat, an ihoea hartoat alateis or daaeande against lha oaoaa will prevent tnem , prcperlj nathentlcalad le SMtlresenl wltkowl. 'bj. r r. oiiiKiar. AdajiaislrBlor.. Frsachrilln, rV.Jea In, ?s t VnwllITHTRS noricB. Nclicela hereby iee thai Leturr of -iinislratlec an lha eetale of JNO. Plriaarv Ista nf O.rin.leo tewnshlB. QlearieU aaSn. Pa deeearod. baeioa boob dole nuus r ik. endrralfned, all porcoas ladoklcd u soi4 eeaaco will pleeee oiake intmodiato pe.Tmrnt, aad tbeeo haemf claiiae ar demesii. asaia.l Ihe sscio will present these properl) aathralioalod M eettio. ntrnt without dehor. JOHNJ PIOARD, CaRoLlMI P. PICARD, Administrator f rcnekrllrs. Pa , Jan. I, IWI.t Th last worda of a Louisiana ne gro, aa he gracefully awung from tho, gallowa, were these: "I bava llvod a Republican all my life and I am irolnr; to die 000." QIPHAWII' COURT ALG. VALUABLE PROPERTY ! Br Tlrtac of oa Brier of the Orphoas' Oeart af Cllataa eoool;, the aabeeriBcr will uor at pahlN) Bala as the lean lleaee la Lock Marco, ea Friday, February 8th, 1878, at I e'riooh p. , all lhat certain HI or a Iron ef land, libiat.d la Ibo lowaablp af Woodward, la aaid cuaij of Cliolos, hoanded Borlhwor hr Iho Boblm road laodlai frosa tnekport eod Per. raad.eilla, eostward br lot of Ueraoa 0. Haawa,. ecBihward hj the West Brea -hef the a ejoebeo. so rl.er, aad wedwerd hr Wearer's let, eeaaala. laf three acoe, ssaracf leas. Tito IrapreceeaooU. cunelsliBf or a br(o Iramo h..b,l, Ibros aad eoe keif stei.ee high, auataiBiag fetl;-eee hod rooeae oa lha ihroa oppor I . r., aad hos.rooa, porWr,. tiie( rcei, dl .int rooa. aal hitekee oa Ibo ret tear, and boeem.el seller alee, a wa-b-b.ia.e, stable sod ether eollatldia(., keewa aa Iks llanna Hotel, opposite Uck Me.eo, Ule lac aalercat K. II. Uaooa, dee'd. - Taaaa. Oaa-ihird aa oao travel loo of saw, aastl lb heJaaoe is lota eooal oaooel isMbaUoaoaie. witb rBtereet, u he Severed oat aha preset ma. " BLllAllTVIMMNa, laactstsla of R. H. Raaaa, doe'. Job. M, 111 It.