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KUBifctJ. (jinDLAHVKTl, A'WT
' C LKAK K 1 E L 1)7 Pa.
W ID N Kfi DAT MORNING, NOV. IS, 1871.
Roadar. if yo wmt to know what li pentng on
la taa baiioH world, (art read oar advartUinf
olans. ton Speial column In partleular.
MAXIMI FOR THE DAY.
Ho mas worthy tb offloa of PrriMfht thtnld
W wil1io(f to sold it If Masted In, r placed thora
by toy fraud. I'. H. Umit.
I 00a Id ooor hav boca rreoncllod 10 tba )
vatlo by tba imalltit aid or mint of a peraoo,
fcowavor' ratpaatabla In privata life, who man
fnrovor aarry upon hla brow tha laup or fraud
Ant triumphal), it Amarioin biatory. No in
aaquoiit aotino, towovtr maritorloui, eao waih
way tba lattara of that raoord.
Cn t.Ba Fiupcm Adami.
I woald ratbar hata tha ntiorMtnent ofaquar
lar of a an ill ion of tha Aoncrtcao people than that
of tba LtHna KaturniDf Board, or or tha Com
iaaioa ahieh aiolg led tha facta and decided
tba queatloa oa a toebolrality.
Tuna. A. Hewnnif kb.
Pnder tba forma of law, Itarherfurd B ly
baa boao daolared ProifdiDt of tha 1; oiled S'atfta
Ilia tltla raata apoa dit ranch irraeat of lawful
voter, fba lalaa earlinaalft or me reiuroing om
aara actirtf eorraptly, and tb deciiit.a ol a (toto
mlaaion wbloh hai rcfui-ed to bear evidence of al
ia) (ad fraud. For tba ftrat tina are tba American
Deoole tin hooted with tha fact of a fraudulent!?-
aiaetad President. Let U not be undrralood that
the frawd will be illeMly arqulowtd In by the
eoeotry. Let do hour pM la wnicb me uaurpa
tioo la forgotten.
Apdrkii or Dinockatio M. C.'i.
One bond red yeara of human depravity
aaUted aid eoneeotratod lnl a climax of oriuae.
Never Mi in Ave hundred yaara bell thoy have
u opportunity to rrprat the wrong.
blNtlL W. VOORHKia.
Do not fail to road Judge Agnew'B
luttur, found on our fourth pugo.
Judgo Agnow's lulUT is fur moio
alarming in what it does not lay, tbaii
in what it drags to tlio light of day.
Those who do not buliovo that ovciy
branch of the Slate government i cor
rupt, nood but read Judgo Agnow'a
Dar UP. The man who has growled
at bad government tor ten or fifteen
yeara, and on tbo 6lb of November
Yotod the Greenback ticket, and there
by elected Cameron and all bin hostn,
Miould now dry up.
Our first page in covered with gen
eral inlormatiun thin week. The sec
ond, third and fourth ditto excepting
tho election returns ; they aro very
crooked. Cameron and Jack Kehoo
are on top.
Koa Lux Mm. Alexander, who
was put on trial IiihI week, for the
murder of bor husband, at Bridgeport
Connecticut, two years ago, was found
guilty of murder in tho second degree,
and sentenced to tlio penitentiary for
and during her natural life.
A Victory. The Cameron Green
back side bIiow, which exhibited
throughout Pcnnnylrama, on the day
ol the election, was a urand success. In
Toting for Mason for Governor the Cam
eron candidate, Iloyt, was hoisted in
to office, although theso very same
men have boon growling at the Cam.
erons for ton years.
Gon Ui'. The Pittsburg Leader
announced on Saturday lat that Sam
uol It. Mason, late National candidate
for Governor, bad made an alignment
of bis property at Mercer, I'a. Tb
mortgages upon it, it was asserted,
mounted to (30,000. This is likely
a result of the election that ono mun
will romomher for a long time.
JliT LlKi Til EM. Ono of tbo frauds
of tba campaign, was the printing and
circulating of tickets in imitation of the
Democratic ticket, and so beaded, with
the name of Judgo Mayer left off and
that of Mr. McCormick substituted.
This ticket was not printed at our of
(ice, and the fellow that circulated
them la no better than the ono tbnt
A sick rooster and a convalescent
coon, found in tho Journal last week,
was a good symptom of tbo inward
ness of tbo editors. They feel partly
glad, but being tho owners of a Utile
bit of conscience, they wore unublo to
swallow tbo bribery and frauds perpe
trated upon the voters of tho Stato by
Cameron, Quay, lloyt & Co. in any
So, Sol The editor of tho Tyrone
DemuCrat, in alluding to recent events
"over thoro," says : "One Cameron
collar less will bo needed at 11 arris
burg next winter, and tho Campbells
are not coming as much as lliey used."
It looks to us as though the voters of
"little Blair" had excluded both A7n7
and Campbell! from their doors, and
that t'other fellows will have some
hand in appointing route agents, cen
sus takers, etc,
u .-. I
Tacxmr.Ns." With a church stoeplo
every three miles, and a school house
evory two milos, ono would suppose
that religion and civilization was march'
ing hand in band on this Continent.
But if these things yield scientific burg
lars and Cashiers of banks, and em
ployes who plunder those who trust
them with millions of their earnings,
would it not bo bolter for all parties to
atop their "progress" and adopt tho
old llcalhcn moral codo which donnun
cos crime, instead of palliating it ?
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Tin Cmir JrsTici Spaks. Wo
have been aware for many years that
our Executive Chambor and Legisla
tive Halls were debauched and cor
rupt, but wo never dreamed that tho
S'tpreme Court had boon invaded by
the corrnplionists, and tho Judges
thereof bribed for the purpose of ren
dering opinions. Hut it is true! Tbo
letter of Chief Justioo Agnow, to be
found oo our fourth pago, establishes
this fact clear as the sun at noonday.
Header, it is alsTmlng to every bun
who abhor bribery and corruption I
Where will it stop? The result of the
recent election seems to indioate that
the people of Pennsylvania osteem it a
virtue to elect corrupt men to fill our
Slate offices, so that every department
bail be made a room for trade, bar
ter and e-eteos, votes and opinions sold
V) the hlgbee( bidder as so much mor
Chans' ise. Do sot tail to mad Judge
Jleluw M ill be found tlio official vole
11I tbo Stato CUM f'r Supre mr Judge in
1ST", iiwl llint east lor Governor In
187C, liir in llie same has been nltl.
ciullv nsccrlainod :
VFrj 77? f .1 .v im as.
Heaver . .
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Korea t - - -;
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Perry - -j
Snyder - - -j
Tioga . . - -j
lTnion - -i
M:ijnrilyl I I 10C75
Oi a Cameron Dvnastv. Tho man
who bribes 11 voter at the polls is lia
ble under the law to bo sent to the
penitentiary. Tlio man who buys a
Legislature, or enough of it to answer
. " ' "
his purposo, can go to the Senate ofj
tho United Stales ; mid not only go
himself, but when he gels tired of
ibe honor can transmit tho office
. 1 it .1 i 1
w "". 2anv a poor uev,
gone to prison for bribing a single vo
ter. Simon Cameron wont to the Uni
ted States Senate through his purchase
of tho votes of Lebo, A agonscller and
Mvnear, then members of tho Penn
sylvania Legislature, and be bequeath
ed the office to his son Don as be
would have bequeathed a horse or a
(arm. The people aro now asked to
sanction Simon's whole career of bri
bery and corruption by electing' a suf
ficient number of Cnmomnites lo tho
Scnato and House at Harrisbutg to re
elect tbo son to tbo Senate of tho I'ni-
tod States. Tho old Proprietary Gov
ernment of Pennsylvania was respec
table, for it was based upon law, Tho
rulo of tho Cameron dynasty is an in
sult lo every honost man in Pennsyl
vania, and a crime nguinst Republican
institutions. To perpetuate that rule
by our own acts as a people is to de
clare ourselves ready for tho condition
Hi de. Tho Philadelphia 7Yiv, in
alluding to what happened eome men
lately, say. : "We have no disposition
to niako merry over the disappoint
ment of Hon. Francis YV. Hughes, of
Schuylkill county, who will not be the
next, nor the noxt after tbo next Uni
ted States Senator from Pennsylvania.
Mr. Hughes is a dupo and not a de
ceiver, lhal part ol Ins brains that
deals with the monoy quoslion baa
been boiled on some but day when ho
has had his head uncovered, and has
never resumed Its useful function. Ho
is not toblamo fortius." Mr. Hughes
and a lew other chaps can console
themsolves that they deteated tho
Democratic and elcctod tho Radical
Hnoator Waltara 1. aallcl on lo aabl.l. wbv
curttB rnna 1,4. B.bit.4 ilia is .nr. wailaoaa
uwa county of t'laarfltl4 Lnntnttor arrfu'yra-
Wcll, that is a whoppor for a man
who always assumes to straddle so
much truth, and then gets so far away
from it. That is what pur.zles us. Wo
llioreforo furnish him with the official
figures so that he may come within a
squirrel's jump of tbo truth if ho wants
to embellish his future sayings with
anything of the kind. Senator Dill's
vote was 3,207. and Gov. Curtin's 3,034,
making a difference of but 173. Now
don't add a "0" to this latter sum when
"Pariioihd," A Philadelphia pa-
por relates tho following: "Matthew
Berg, thirty-eight years old, was tor-
rihly scalded by escaping steam whilo
making snmo repairs around a boiler
in a Munayunk mill, Friday night, the
20th ult. When admitted to the hos
pital he presented a shocking specta
cle, the skin hanging in shreds from
his bands, face and body, and hi hair
also coming off. Yet he lingered until
ten o'clock next morning-, whon bo
ilicd, mcanwhilo having consHmod
enormous quantities of ice water to
quench his inward fever."
Voti roa Juno!. Below will be
found the rote cast for President Judge
in this Judicial District at the current
a'cABBies, e. t a.
. 1 1.17
Majority Itr Mayor .......
The harlotry entered into by the
Greenbacker and Radical did net suc
ceed. Judge Mayer haa handsomely
fhrashed both parties.
Bum, lilt boroafa
Luuibvr Cily ...
Nawhu-f " ...
N. Wa.li'loa " ...
Wallaoalua " ...
.......... Ml! liij I IDS
Throe hundred and seventy
The formality of holding the Slate
election was carried out on the fitb ol
the current month. Hut as the inter
ests of the Cameron fumily and its ful
lowing was paramount to thatof even
body elso thoy gained a substantial
victory .electing their wholostato ticket,
through the assistance of tho National
Greenback party, which acted as a
side show to tho Kadicnl party tli rough
out the campaign.
Tho corruption practiced on ovcry
hand by the Cameron leaders, was tru
ly amazing. Bribery, forging tax re
ceipts, and intimidation were the staple
crimes practiced on tho Ignorant and
those that were in their powor. Tho
defeat of Gov. Curtin', fur Congress,
was accomplished by the lavish uso of
Cameron's money, which brought about
a partnership between tho Itadieals
and Grcenbackors in this section of the
Stato. The nine hundred Dvmoerats in
Ctearj.eld ctunty uho told th'tmtlett to
the enemy, for tho purpose of defeating
cur Congressman, Judgo and Senator,
should feel mighty cheap while scan
ning tho election rotiirns. Tlio combi
nation was brought about for 'n cash
consideration, and thoso dupes who
have failed to get their portion of tho
"blood money," up to this lime, bud
better bo looking after it, because the
leaders will get away with tho whole
of it, if they are not forced to dirgorgo
Notwithstanding, the general wick
edness and corruption practiced by the
. ., i.n
I Camerons during the canvnss, the Uein
ocrats made some splendid gains in
certain sections of the Stato, such as
the electon of Senators, Assemblymen,
RKni.ifrd Trenanrera. Atfl A crr.odlv
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gajne(, ,n lhi, wa. whi,0
but few were lost.
Social luMoaALtTT. Tbo degrada
tion of the race on this Continent, is
clearly set forth by the perpetration of
fAree huge erimei within the past few
years, unknown to preceding genera
tions. Wealludo to the tholtof C'harely
Ross, by Oi mmon thieves, the larceny
of the Presidency by a band of politi
cal conspirators, headed by John Sher
man, the present Socretary of tho Uni
ted States Treasury, and tho "cribbing"
of tho body ol the late A. T. 8towart,
by sharpers. The sum of 120,000 was
offered for Charley. Tho Democrats
failed lo offer "'the Returning Board" a
cash consideration, hence the party lost
the Presidential prir.e. M rs.Stcwart,un.
demanding the immorality and crook
edness of tho times, has adjusted her
self accordingly and now offers a re
ward of $25,000, tor the recovery of
her dead husband, and for the convic
tion of tbo thieves. She has blunder
ed in part, and We fear sho novor will
repossess iho dead body of her husband,
until she amends bur offer to read:
"And no questions asked." "The pro-
cross of the ago," soems to bo to steal
.... . .
all you can and hold on to it. Tho
moral codo. or ten commandments, is be
ing reversed to a degroo that is certain-
ly alarming to conservative, thoughtful
ciliien'.ind fifteen years of uchprojird.1
in the future, as that of tbo past, will
work a complete revolution on this
Continent, and whore we will land can.
not bo conjectured at this period.
A Mani.t Rctractioh. Ono of our
editorial neighbors comes down in Ibis
mannor. Ho says: "Now that tho
election is over and there is no reason
to question our motivo, wo desire to
say thus publicly that an investigation
has proven that wo did Hon.
great injustice in charging him, whilo
Mayor, with acts reflecting on bis in
tegrity as a man. As our readers are
lully aware, wo differed widely with
him during his last candidacy for that
office, for reasons we then thought
good and sufficient. Somo time ago
we discovered that the information we
then had and upon which we charged
a personal appropriation by him of
monoys belonging to the city was un
true and without foundation. A sonse
of duty and justice prompts this re
traction of all charges affocting bia in
tegrity at a public officer or private
ciliien." He no doubt feels much bet
tor since he hat made this delivery. It
would hare been far bettor never to
havo made the charge. Such things
do a fellow good tomotimes.
We Do hot ita it. We notico that
our Radical exchange from Blair coun
ty, flourish tremendous big roosters, be
cause Don Cameron is thoir master, and
bocanso the Domocrati have elected
their Congressman, Gen. Coffroth, over
Campbell, the present member, and
have also elected a member of the As
sembly and County Surveyor. Dad
the Democrats succeeded In elocting a
few more oftlconi, w presumo our Had
leal Iriends would have holstod two
Improved raooats. The theft, of
the body of A. T. Blewart, the mer
chant prince of New York, who died
a few yeara ago, lor the purpose of ob
taining a large reward for the return
ol the body ol the dead man, is one of the
improvement of tb la "progressive age,"
in the line of theft
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IS .1108 1044 i.i:
17 SIS isn' 1117
votes wore Cast in the county fur Michael
The editor ol the I'liiludelpliin Time,
n the Oth, rather cruelly tuitunssoniu
I our Democratic leaders in this wuy :
lost of thu Democratic leaders have
ent rich gills lo laurel tho victorious
Cameron. Speaker liiiinlall'seily con
tributes 17,000 majority and an increas
ed Cameron Legislative delegation us
his proffer to the new coronutiun. Sen
ators Wallace and Dill forward the
head ol Curtin on a charger from their
Congressional district lo grace the Iro
phiesoftheviutiuy. Judge i!i sicontrib
utes two Cameron Senators and double
as many members ol the House Irnm
Montgomery anil Hacks to add to the
Cameron abundance in Senatorial
wreaths. Kerlig greets Ilnyl with 2,114
majority in Craw ford, a Cameron suo
cessor to himself in tlioScnsuvnnd hero
served but one of tho four members of
the House to voice the opposition to tho
newly enthroned dynasty. Hopkins
has no menn tribute to offer to the
stutcmunshipof Cameron, us the 8 300
Uoyt majority in Allegheny and an ul
most solid Cameron Legislative delega
tion testify. Unckulew just nii.-M'd
giving a eomniiiim for Congress to
Cameron's devoted lieutenant. Albright
in the strongest Deinncralic (hatrict ofj
the Statu, anil Speer sent Ktengcr
crownhissand in thongs Irom bis district
lor Cameron's merriment. Clynier
seems lo have sulked alone ill bis tent
when tbo trophies were parted for clc
livery to successful chiclluius, as his j J olllcer, who still grasped bis pistol
0,871 for Dill in Berks declares. Thus "I"1,W'V ,r.V' f rise, 'Now you sin
1 1 ..e.u e render! lo which ho replied, '1 will
jeweled w.ththegif.sof conquered foe,, ; n)t (u M(, ,
the new Senatorial toga wiil brilliantly j own head, shot bis brains out. I halt
illumine the blushing honors ol the sun, I od my reginieni, and the cavalry were
as be proclaims tho succession to the
siro wbo lives to be the willing subject
of bis established dynasty.
Tux Scji Aiir. Truth.- Democrats
should not bo too much cast down
They aro warned and rebuked, not do-
lealed. On March 4. 1879, they will
gain control of the United Suites Sen
ate, and will, in all probability, relain
it for many years, They w ill also have
a majority, by tho lowest estimates, ol
from thirteen to filteen votes in tho
Forty-sixth Congress. This majority
is largo enough to carry proper politi
cal measures, and small enough to de-
teat improper ones. A party with such
responsibilities upon its shoulders, and
with the opportunity before il to regain
tho complete control of Iho Govern
ment two years hence, bus no occasion
to shed vain tears over its present mis
fortunes. The proper administration
of tho affairs of this great country is a
task which no party can venture upon
without trepidation. Tho sobering ef
fect ol the lato elections will serve to
imbno tbo Democracy with a wise bu
mility which will greatly become them.
A Past Ann Hxvivkd. In 1H45, tho
Democrats ol Armstrong county voted
e..r on, 1 i..,.i..,i i.';,ii,. P.,,i,.rJ .
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member of the Assembly. He was in
urn elected Speaker of that body.
Now be turns up as a member from
Washington county, alter nn absence
of thirty-three yean. Tho Whigs of
Cambria county elected John Fenlon
to tho sumo body in IK 10. Now, the
Democrats send him bar k, the Know
Nothing crusado of 1 SS t 55 having
cured him of his Whiggory. In 1840",
the Democrats of Tioga county elected
Daniel L. Sherwood to Iho Senate, and
he afterwards became Speaker ol that
body. Now, lhe Democrats of North
umberland county send him to the
Lower House, with bis hair as whito
DurrAT'.n Too. It will bo observed
that tho Dog Sheep law got an awful ,
black 03-0, tho vote standing 1,-104 for
the law, and .1,114 against lU Tho !
voto in tho ngregato was pretty largo,
showing that considerable interest was
taken In tho matter. In our opinion
the law should havo been adopted.
Wherovcr tho law has been tested,
two Important facts aro noticeable to
all. Fewor and belter dogs, and more
and better sheep aro raised. Besides
a tax is covered into the Treasury
Irom properly heretofore untaxed and
real cstalo relieved from a part of its
Senator. Wo have not boon ahlo
to rcceivo tho official voto cast for Ren
ator in this (XXXIV.) Senatorial Dis
trict, but we present our readers with
Iho reported voto, which wo presumo
will not vary much from tbo official:
Majority tar Alaiaaijar.
..eeuou. newspaper .n i nuauei,
ph.a has made thcliileresllngdiscovory
"""" uu,i. . . .,iicV uooy 01
Cameron's adherents lor the next Leg-
I.I.Ihm l'Mi4I..4fAta sa..Ml....lM
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d mo something very iffectlvo lowaidi
making it a Cameron campaign. I
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Fiat. Tho celebrated Philadelphia
brewing firm of Bergner & Kngle had
a portion of their immense property
destroyed by fire on last Saturday
Their loss will amonnt to 1200,000.
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Stock for liieiitenanl (iurnrnur.
THE fiUJ'VDK OF A FErEXAL
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I'lipeis" for Octolnr, Col. William C.
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'Gettysburg -Tbo llalile on the
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itigiu, tells a slraiige story nl the su
icide on Hie lield of a wounded federal
General, lie commanded an Alubama
regiment on tho extreme right of the
Confederate line, and climes bis ac
count ol the battle as follows:
"On tho third day Law's brigade,
still on the rilit, luy along tho south
oin foul of Hound Top. Our picket
line extended considerably to the rear
and nearly at right angles Willi llie
line ol battle. About mid-day, or ear
ly in the allernoiin, a arpiadron of Fed
eral cavalry broke through our pick
ets, charged and Hied intake Iiilcy'e
Norlh ( urohna s buttery of six guns
of wood. Kiine lour hundred Vards i
in miMltli.ti ol. iini.m .it
tho rear nf Law's line. 1 was ordered
to go with my regiment lo prut eel tho
hatiory. 1 did not take tune lo coun
tei march, hut moved rapidly, rear in
Iront, throwing out. a lew skirmishers
as 1 advanced. When ascending the
hill ul tho edge of the woods, a por
tion of the cavalry came in hi ts cell
1110 and the baitery. Tho officer com
nanding. with pistol in hand, ordered
my skiriiiishera 10 snrreiidcr. lo which
they replied with a vol
aliy commander and his horse and one
ol bis men It'll to tint ground, und the
others dashed away. The Lieutenant
commanding tho bkiimihhers, with a
repeating r.flo in his hands, then
sprang forward and said to the wound-
K""". "in uul nut go lo tlie dead man,
who lay not more limn forty steps to
my front, until one of tho skirmishers
brought me his shoulder straps, Irom
which 1 discovered thai he was a Gen
eral. I then went to tho body, and
on examination found ono or two let
'V. '? l,x kl'1" addressed to 'Gen.
1 1' f; "wworlh: f was soon order
ed to another part of the field, and lelt
llie Doilv where it lell
Buri.tR Ovkriioard. The Balti
more Oa:ette, in alluding to tho defeat
ut Ints arrant demagogue, remarks :
Den Butler is defeated. The aovur
eign Slule of Massuchusets rose up lust
Tuesday and sal down ugion lhe Great
uisiurlier to the luno of 2.1,000. Al
though Massachusetts deserved to have
ISinler lor Governor as a sort of poison
od chalice, we rejoice at his overthrow
He is a loul bint upon the polities of
the country and he is unworthv of any
position of trust or honor. With But.
U-r perish all hopes of tho National
Greenback Labor party. Had ho been
elected the tact would havo given en
couragement to this party of delusions
and would have kept its organisation
alive. Ben's defeat must convince thfl
most sanguine ol them that they aro
in a hopeless minority, and having
been beaten where their chances were
best, they havo nothing to oxpect else
where. Hutler carried Boston, how.
ever, a circnmetaiiro calculated lotone
down tho prido of lleacnn street, Fun'l
Hull. Old South Church and the Bunk
er Hill Monument. Boston hasdcclar
ed Ben to bo her rrpresentatiee man.
Rural Massachusetts came to tho res
cue, and B. F. is temporarily defunct.
Wo say temporarily, liir Ben has been
dend and ileeomHioed several limes,
but bu always comes to life again in
IlniiNr.n Kpucation Tho stealing
ol children (Charley Ross.) and tho
plundering ol grave yards (Stewart's
body) ol the dead, for tho purpose of
receiving large rewards, is the last im
provement applied lor under tho "mor
al idea" education, of this progressive
age. hat other patent will be appli
od lor next, for Iho purpose of improv
ing this age of refinement (?) we aro
unable lo conjecture. This we do
know, becanso everv lesson tsm.ht In
history by those wbo havo preceded
us, goes lo show that those tribes,
slates or people, who departed too far
from tho moral codo soon became ox
tinet. This fact should be heeded by
all wbo are willing to adhere to the
principles taught in the Decalogue.
Irs Composition. Tbo Greenback
vote of this county wss in round num
bcts about 1,200, nine hundred of whom
whero Democrats, and three hundred
Itadieals. Thus reducing Senator Dili's
majority Irom 2 205 lo 1,605, and of
course helped lloyt along to tbo tine
of 450 in this way. Ho was the leader
of tho party against which ail Green
backers hurled their anathemas during
the campaign, yet, on election day
they cast their bullots for blm by the
halt way mode. Such men aro queer
Democrats, in our judgment.
Presumption. We notice lhal some
of our Democratic exchanges publish
Hayes' Thanksgiving Proclamation.
. We like impudence nn a small scale
occasionally, but Itand we detest Itl
j, too gross a wrong not lo he known
by erybo,,,, M ,hj, d,y lnt
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1. drawing the 150.000 (alary dna Mr.
Tildenjbut Tor him to order on, or
,nJ.bory CTO u, do tu,ksgivlng, is
tne ,ulnu.,t f,.,u(i CTcr perpetrated
,y people. We want none of It
Return Juhoes. The district re-
turn Judges for Congress and Senator
met at BelUfonte yesterday (Tuesday
afternoon, as ws go to press) and We
cannot, therefore, give iho official vote
cast for elthor candidate this week.
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KEAUSEY S WOUST YET.
The ordinary reader is aware Hint
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1 js Kearney, ofCaliliirniii, jointly bo-
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j un 1,1 Natlona -(neeiibackism Hen
lutein.. m.l.. am hid 1..1.11I tn ll.n ....vlt.
having made up bis mind in ll.c early
part of the summer to become u can
iiuuio ,r ,.overn or in nis mate sent
or Kearney for the purpose of eleelri -
lying tho inhab. ants of Boston. Don -
ms came and delivered himself accord-
ingtolletis orders and lelt. In the
nom.na lion or Ooveri,.r, and a few ,
day. before the e ei tion ho sent for In.
beloved pur . ,er, (who delends 41 oily-
Magu re,sm(, and who again . onnflod
h. . lW uan. more vulgarly than
hefi.re. The associate dispatch says:!
Boston, November 5 In bis effort I
here Saturday night, Dennis Kearney j
made lhe most violent soeecb ho has ,
yet delivered. After denouncing lhe
! ol the people, he said
All tho thieving vampires lhal now
trample on tho rights of the people,
the low, debased press and the burning
fiirnuces of bell cannot stop ihU grand
uprising of tho people. Tho tyrants
of humanity have abiikcd tbo law,
have shirked religion and charity to
the down trodden people, and now lliey
are attempting to bull, I, ,10 jou out of
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be snoot into bell before the nurerciv
iliiution. Appluuse When we, tho
wuikingiiien, uro prepared to march,
we will find tho hearts of these vain
pires Kisscssed of devils, but so will
drive them into the sea.
Let them not dare lo provoke tbo
workingmen into a conflict, fur, by ibe
ueaveiis a wive us, ny uie stars 1'iat aro
in tnem, by the moon that shines by
night and the sun that shines by day,
by earth and all its inhabitants, by
u 11 itseii, we mutt and shall win in
this fight. "Bully for you, Dennis;
givo it lo ibem," and applauso.1 Take
, C(,".rKe. J'"" while slaves I Capital is
on its last legs. You can see now men
suffering lor the want of tho necessa
ries of life, and robbed of their liberie.
You tyrants, beware I Traitors to tho
Republic, beware I The temper of the
American people is at a boiling beat.
Tho workingmen aro ready to prevent,
by tho use of the dagger, pistol and
torch, any interference with their
rights. AH it wants, friends, is to
touch on the material, and then what
would become of the oppressors ol the
people? Instead of saying God have
mercy on thoir souls, I would say G d
d n their souls. Hearty applause
and laughter I waul thu mercenary
sheets lo publish this in full. Tho
thunder Is coming! Ye vampires, look
out I Applause. Tho people are
alter you. Uearty applause. You
havo succeeded in blighting tho pro,
peels of the noblest class on Ibe earth
the workingmen long. enough.
Let tho vampires arrest me as soon
as they please. Voice" Tbey don'l
dare loo," " Well Utko care of you,"
and applause Lot the minions of
hell persecute me, and all the honest
men will riso in their might and crush
out the persecutors. Voices" We
aro ready." Como on, you vampires !
You have no terror for me. fAiiiilauao.l
I havo no fear of your locks and bars.
1 am not afraid of your cells 1 Lay on, j
iuacuuu : Li.ailgnter.J 1 am going
to call upon each of you to swear you
will risk tour live to hang tho vam
pires who mtei lere witb you on clou
lion day. My audience has now in
creased to 20,000 Shouu of derision,
and cries of " Givo it to us easy, Den
nis," and I want you to understand
that 1 mean a revolution at tho ballot
box, and we are going to elect General
Butler Hisses and applausol and in-
stall him, too, if wo have to wado to
our knees in blood. Now, all of you
wbo are willing to oriranixe and fieht
for your rights, hold up your-right
bauds. About five hundred bands
went up. " Hands down," said Kear
ney. " Now, bold up your right bar...
whilo I swear you in." Many vbo
had raised their bands at Ibe first com
mand, weakened al this ; but about 200
bands wero upraised, and thu deluded
fellow slowly repealed alter Kearney,
the following oath (?) : "I solemnly
swear before Almighty God, that on
the coming election day I will risk my
lile to perpetuate tho freedom of the
ballot box. Applause
Ha Wants to Know. Tho editor of
the iorriiown Herald, having inves
tigated the matter as to "which is the
Savage," concludu as follows: 'Lo!
the poor Indian I When ho goes home
to his cbcerles wigwam in th evening
he has no dime novel with which Ui
while away the weary hour ; no friend
next door lo come in and talk politics :
11 1 , '
u niauinii aimanacs to read ; no -New
York paper, with lull proceedings ol
tne racy anuerbill will case: no
money in a safe for masked robbers to
break in and steal no civ iliaed pleasures
of this kind. He simply hang up the
bloody scalps he has captured during
t.iv umj, ovaiiB in squaw wun a cluh.
wraps a buffalo robo around him and
lie down to pleasant dreams. It a
palo face come within a hair mile of
hi wigwam, the (liimberimr red man
niffs him afar, awake and goes out
and shoots bim lull ol arrows." -
Queer RuasiNO.-Mr. Alexander,
our nomine for Senator, had i 190
vote in Centre county, while Gov.
Curtin oar oominoe lor Congress, had
but 8,538 and Senator Dill bad 3,827.
I10W, ir such crooked voting as this
were to happen in oer county, we ahoeld
deem it very queer. Of course, It tan
be explained, and we premaie it was
caused by the unpopularity of Caldwell,
and the eusaednes ol some hightoned
General Grant, who went reeenlly to
Spain, was to have dined witb the
King of Spain oa th ITih alt Tb
cooper wbo shot at th King probably
saved blm a dinner. -
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MAX TOS'MAUBLE S KEPL Y TO
TUBA'. Y. THIUUAECUAUOEH.
j To the Editor of the flew York Herald :
Sin Your request a niL-ht or two
ago at tho Union Club, has induced me
to look over the' 7Vi6uneof the laillwo
10 11x1k over the Jnbuneu thela-tlwo
,uuMilll ul,a i baml J0U wnut , u
. ... ..
! lo .By ibvru0B. fbe 7Wcn ascribes
to me, while in Florida in .November
d y,wlUDer i876 lhe Mniiug ,
1 c.main lolegnmt mlivb t never nl
.,,,,, tbo living of certain telegram,
wli(.n 1 ,lev,.t eiteived. Ono decisive
UMtaMV wi here .uffice. Cypher
u niMum i ' , k
u Majrolwod l0 . UmanyWm ,
nwer 9l.nl , n l0 or lh
Mr. , ,
The J)ibuM afll.n thal X(j
vember 22, not a line was sent by Mr.
Marble, even in bis moslsecret cyphers,
imidvitnr a helief ih.t il,.. !),.,
had any riirht to tho votool the Slate
My private telegrams show tho com
ry. My several dispatches published
by iho Now York Herald, World and
Sun, the Cincinnati Enquirer and Com
mTC(a,tbeChicagorimrs,aiid the Louis
ville Courier Journal, justify that beliot
with the proofs now silted and incon
testible. This fiction and that forgery are the
two nocccssarv binircs uton which id..
Tribune hangs every subsequent falsi. J found in the vault, but tho body was
flcution of my opinions, purposes and I missing. Inspector Dilks at once sent
acts. 1 shall let these thirty or forty lout the following general order:
broadsides of disparagement pass on 'Tho remains of A. T. Stew art wore
into echoes more or less noisy, because; lasi night stolen from tbo fumily vault
there huppens to be no telegram impu-i in St .Murk's churchyard. The cask
tod to mo, as there can be no telegram j et was found broken, and lhe body re
verily mine, that conflicts witb one
litct, namely : 1 never attempted, fur
thered or executed in any manner, di
rect or indirect, or ever assented to or
concurred in any proposition, purpose,
scheme or effort to buy the Stato Can
vassers' certificate of the vote of Flori
da i or even to hire them to certify the
vote, as It was cast by hor people for
tbo Tilden elector, Real or pretend
ed brokers overran Tallahassee, flush
iiig the gamo which Noyea bagged.
From such people I received many
propositions that one Republican mem
ber, or both, could and must be bought
lo tell the truth, turn Stale's evidence
and brave the Kepubkan revenge, else
ihey would never give their certificate
in accordance with ibe truth confessed
since by one ol them, McLin, and es
tablished long before the count by all
iuo jjovernmeniui powers Ol the Slate,
thai lhe people ol Florida on Novem
ber 7lh, bad chosen the Tilden electors
Though alway informing the proper
officer of the National Democralio
Committee ot the tour of event.
never reiorted lor 1 never had a avlla.
Wool consultation with Mr. Wooloy or
anyoouy, jvemocral or .Republican
which favored or even tolerated the ao
ccptance of any such proposition,
iNone were ever discussed by me. On
the contrary, I repulsed every ap
proach ol that sort on the pot. My
decision, never debated, was nowhere
questioned. Was that decision an
Th facts which no candid man now
disputes, were then plain, a their du
ly was piain, to every member of the
L'l..-:.i 11 n.. - ...
1 ivitu. miaru. i no loremoet llcpub
lican antagonist in our Ion a- contention
I General Francis D. Barlow, a 1 heard
and believed, bad privately told Mo
l.m tnd towgill so. In the behalf of
the Democrat from the North, so had
1, and 1 telegraphed when the Board
went into session, an intimation or
my belief that the right would prevail.
A lew hours later their certificate to
me reverse ot the truth dispelled my
illusion. What Awnorican cilixen oould
then conceive that a President it facto
by means of one forged and two raise
Slato certificates, himself the chief
oeneheiary or their purchase, would
reward nearly every known agont and
accessory in tbat crime with a share
ol il fruits, and this sovereign people
. mciiinuive idu,uuu lor the annual
wages 01 that most successful fraud ?
A Hiqutoned Joke. We notice that
tbey have another nice social scandal
m England, up among the highflyers.
Sir Francis Robert Sherlock Lambert
Gooch, a nobleman with something of
nBiim ana a strong desire Tor an beir,
married a short time ago. The young
lady upon whom he conferred his hon
ors, being of an obliging disposition,
undertook to provide an heir in duo
lorm, but not in fact She conspired
wilb her nurse and physician to plum
off a stray infant on the venerable Sir
Francis. Her liege discovered the de
ception and caused a summon to be
issued lor her arrest, together witb
another woman' wbo had taken a band
in the liltle sell. Lady Annio Louisa
GrxK'h being ill, the Magistrate of the
m ariuorougn rwiee Loon, before whom
the case Was' brought, adjourned the
same for oilu week. Ha hSMUll Ik.
beliel that the physician' certificate or
nines presented by the lady was all
sham and declared that ir she didn't
respond when the case was next called
he would issne a warrant lor her im
mediate apprehension. It is very evi.
dent that Sir Franci Robert Sherlock
Lambei t Gooch is a man devoid or hum
or and that he baa no respect what
ever lor practical jokers.
Btrrtia. The shade and different
turns In life which hsve fallen to the
lot ol the hero ot Fort Fisher, etc., are
numerous. On of them I thn r.d.t
ed by a Wettemjnewspaper : Ilea But
ler was ono engaged to young lady
of Walerville, Mt and to break off the
snatch, which lor eome reason dmpleauv
d him, hit upon tb notable expedient
of going upon a feigned spree and jam
ming aa InofTeOMv ciliaen's bat ever
hi eye. The reckless) inobriat was
promptly arrested and toed ; tb girl
wrote a letter repudiating bim ; bar
father threatened to kick hint out ol
doora If aver be ventured near the
boas and the wilr vnuna man eWkl.
d greatly at tb aaooea of bi inno
cent elraiagera. .
John Bright has caaarhl a !(. ..
pon4 trout Will Mr. U(rM pl.ue
chalk that dowar
SAM V EL LA OP.
The Grenada (Miss.) Setinel, In al-
Zll - Jc&.0 ' t.i iho; iwent ylr -fwr
scourire in that aoctlon, sy.
"That occasions make and unmake
men il too true and commonplace lo
dispute. In time, of revolution and
war, civil itrifo and anarchy, the great
and commanding rise to tho surliiee,
w hile the liltle and ignoble sink lo the
bottom. Times ol great publiu ills
tress, such as a lurgo (mruon of our
couiitiy is now experiencing, ere pro
liftu ol great changes in character,
ter some men hitherto unknown
und uncured for, developing noble
traits of human nature, and stand
ing firm as a rock amidst thu
most appuling trials, while other-, re
garded heretofore, not only as leach
cm, but exemplars of tho purest pre
cepts, and Iho highest moral courage
prove hypocrites 111 principle and cow
ards in practice. There is hardly a
town w hero the fever has been, or is
prevailing, which has not testified 111
examples to tho truth of ojr prnpoei
lion, unless it be that wo have no re
er. ant ministers to deplore, no cow
ardly disjtora to condemn Our pur
pose is now with an individual in
stance. ' Kvcry habitue of (irtiiuda, and
many people of lhe country know Sam
Ladd asa quiet, unassuming man, who
was seldom seen unless w here lie was
engaged, anil even there, he seemed to
have nn more lo say than one could
mechanically pump out ol blm. llie
physical courage wo never heard
questioned, nor did we ever see it test
ed, though we eves fell assured lhal
bo bad it. But wbo would have
thought that ill this noiseless, undem
onstrative man slumbered a moral
courage that would awake in tbo dark
and terrible hour ol trial, lo command
the respect and enlist Iho gratitude of
our people? Soil has proven, bow
ever, during the scourge of the pesti
lence In Grenada, when tho strongest
nerves might quiver, and the stoutest
hearts might quad, bo devoted liimsell
lo the good of tho sick, the dying and
the dead, with a courage that never
faltered, and a devotion that never
tired. The people owe this young
man something which, in due time
they will be glad to repay, and if lie
will seine tho opportunity for himself,
lliey will. finally givo him a chance to
display lhe virtues drawn out in times
of distress and danger, in a period of
prosoriiy anil raloiy.
REMA1XS OF A T. STEWART
STOLEX FROM THE FAM
NsW York, November T. Judgo
Union rushed Into the police bead-
quarters this morning, greatly excited,
and beld a consultation with Inspector
l)i Iks. lie stated that the body of A.
T Stewart was missing from its rust
ing place in tho family vault at tSt.
Hark s ctinrch, at Stuvvosant Place
and Second avenue. The vault, ho
said, had been broken open, the casket
moved, j lecomposuion 01 tne remains
is so offensive that they cannot be con
cenled. This is apparent from stand
ing at tbo oponing of the vault this
morning, conscquuutly it cannot bo
taken across the ferries without dis
covery. Cause diligent search to be
made in your precinct, as the remain
wore evidently stolen in the hope ot 1
New York, November 7. Early on
tho morning ol October 7, just ono
month ago, tho assistant sexton or St.
Mark's church discovered that the
Stewart family vault hud been tsmper-
ou wun. 1 no rune siao nan neeii re
moved from its position and the earth
dug up several feet. Aa the slab was
not over the opening of the vault, the
thieve did not get at tbo body. Tbo
sexton reported the matter 10 Judge
Hilton, wbo ordered the slab lo be
placed a lew feet from its true position
in order to deceive any one attempt
ing to steal the body. A watchman
wa also engagod, and he patrolled the
graveyard every night until recently.
The discovery of the outrago was
ni ado at 8 o'cloc k t h is morn i ng. T be rob
ber bad removed one alone f rom I be
opening to ibe vault, broken the three
coffin in which the body was enclosed
and carried away the contents, it is
supposed in a sack. The ground di
rectly over the entrance to the vault
was sa it had been left by the robbers.
The clay was sealtered about, and ono
of the throe stones which covered the
opening to the vault was out of place,
leaving a small sperature about eight
inches wide and tbirly inches long,
through which the pontons wbo stole
tbo body effected an entrance, and al
ter unscrewing the lid of the outer box,
which was of pino, went to work on
the leaden box, which enclosed the oak
casket, with a knife, and gradually cut
me cover on. 11 was men an easy mat
ter to open the casket and take the re
mains out and hoist them lo lhe sur
face, where they wi re ovidontly placed
in a wagon and born away. Tho rob
bers wrenched the plute of the casket
and left a small galvanized iron shovel,
wun wnicn tuey aug the two teet o
earth covering the entrance to the
vault away, and a nuw pocket lamp be
hind them. The robbery has caused
great excitement In tlio neighborhood,
and a largo crowd surrounds tho grave-
The Torch. Tho famous seaside
summer resort, Capo May, New Jer
sey, was visited by a devastating fire
on Saturday, tbe 9th. Forty acre of
territory was burned ovor in a lew
hours, the wind blowing at a rate ol
forty mile aa hour. All tho chief ho
tels except one were burned, and over
lorty ol lhe costliest villas shared a
similar rale. Tho fire originated in
the attic or tbo Ocean House, in thu
best section ol tbe city, and spread in
evory direction. The loss will reach
nearly a half million of dollars.
Brothor Talmage remarked in his
sermon last Sunday sight; "Givo
young man plenty of cigars and wine
and a laat borne snd Satan quit look
Ing after tbat young man, only giving
order for hi reception whon he arrive
at the end or hi journey." It is dif
ferent with a aensalioual clerical acre
bat who haa 112,000 a year, we pro
some. If Satan la wise he will keep
his eye on these follows all tho time.
Btim. Goisd One aftor another nl
tbe small-lrr Radical Statesmen ol lhe
South find tbeirway 10 tbo i'eiiilentia
ry, or take refuge JSmih, to avoid
those immoral pest houses. The other
day rrank Small, a Florida statesman
wousign.il dis name with an A and
was so conspicuous a Witnoss at Tll.
haseee two years ago, when he was
anxious to expose Democratic frauds,
is now in jail lor stealing hide.
The Kins of Holland, in iuaiifioiinn
of bi mcriiage says ; , "Time will
equalise aa. Today, when I am (0
and my betrothed 20, I am of course
throe time a old as she is j in twenty
years, however, when we shall 1m r
sitecetivefy 80 and 40, I shall only be
avw aa oia; nu. ir We live lima.
enough, we ahall one dav be a vrv
A Radical Miraoli. the Cincin
nati t7aMfe thinks it worthy ol note
thst the Covington. Kenturkv. nn-i.
ofBo building has been comnletnd at
a cost of 150,000, leaving a balance of
w oe eoTrsJ into lb Treara,
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laat II 1 proper tit record them.
CIPHER IXO HALE.
Eugene Hale, tho liltlu man ,0
had un ixliiuuishkr l.ul uism ,;. ,
ti' in ur)e.v I'..- .
moving fur an Investigatiou ol tl.,-,.
leged negotiations between certain
DcmoiTuiB, und tho Hi-turning Boai.j,
of Iho South. He had better n,,i, ur
be muy sink his own party more dorp.
Ij in tho niiro ol coriuplu.n. 'J'hela' i
is notorious lhal Iho three linuril
were in the inurkel for sale; tin,
bcwnid a ilou'il, and il is tquully lvr
lain lhal their votes were cat ,M il0
Republican candidate. What il,.,
this imply ? Why, that the price giy.
en by thu purty ol the latter was iin.ro
than the sums otl'ored by the It it-titU
of Mr. Tilden, If, indeed there i.ro
any such negotiations pending. '1'lmi
the Florida ami Louisiana Boards were
4-iiuipiised of arrant scoundrels, no can
did Republican will deny, and that
lliey decided oguinsl tho rightfully
elected candidate, is equally , ! aa 1 1, .
That Sherman and other confidential
friends ol Hayes wore deeply 1 1 1 1 g ,1 , .
cated ill bringing about the result. Kl
he, for all future lime, a black n,mk
in the history of the country, and tlmi
the climuX of intiimy was reached In
itio political prostitution of thu j,li
eia. ermine, In tho Elec toral Couiuiis
sion, will loiever stand a crimu nl uu
dacioiis magnitude- and Irta-oii. t. r
which a felon's term in the iiutm.
tiary should he punishment too light.
Now, In the face ut all these, little Hale
wishes to inrestignio. Admit lhal
with tho knowledge of thu Returning
Boards, being in llie mui'kel, and that
be who was lo bu President dcpcicliil
upon the highest bidder; sat that
such negotiations wero entered into
wilb the view ol purchasing with
money lhal which lnei been luu ly mm
by thu votes of thu people; nothing is
proven but that the liicndo of Til icn
woro out-auctioned by the Ri pubbenn
knaves who had 111010 exH-iium-e in
such mutlers tliun tboinrolv.s. Wea-e
simply putting this as an h.) potions,
lor we do not a Imil Hint any such bar
gain and sulu was contemplated b any
portion of the D. tnucraiic party, but
take either born ol the ddeinuia, and
it is a damning showing for the lie
public in cause.
Lllllo Hale, who bus Jet u brief
term to si nil and I rot and liirnc upon
tho floor of f .'ongress, imt be careful,
lest in stirring up the ciphi r comm.
drums, he I ring iiis tat In.-i -: 11 law, old
Ziu'b Chandler, into the ivsh pool. We
believu, however, that I hero is so much
negative hpnestv iuZach, as imt to by
claim to any ..I that virtue, still, as the
liltle limn, being played out in M.iinc,
must look lo Miclngnn, as the future
pssturo where, itndrrllicp.i'c 11:1! la'Ji.
er in law's guidance, be is to look for
fut ro political significance, it 11 ay let
bowiso to stir ti. the foul matlerof the
Presidential rape, the stele li of which
is still hcuvy upon the atmosphere,
which no ono contributed inure to
thi'ken than old Zaeh Chandler
i9.t fimorr Gazette.
"Coal Oil Johnny" has un imitator
in PilKsluirg. Eleven motillis ago a
lust young mail bad a large iiirtuiie lelt
to bim, but now tho spend. thnlt is ah
most as many thousand in debt us ho
has fingers ami Iocs. When a boy
blacked his boots bo would invariably
give the urchin a fiee doliur hill, and
there was a chatiipaigne suppi r everv
Nor Ai.uiwkd 10 sat "(iuoii Ev.
Nino." "Prisoner ut lhe bar, "said tlio
Judge, "is thoro anything you wish to
say belore sentence is i..i-s,il 111,011
you?" The prisoner looked wis'fullr
toward tbo door, and remarked Unit
ho would like lo say "good 1 veiling,"
II It would bo agreentde to Hie compa
ny. But they wouldn't let him
Henry Ward Beecher still iiiuinigct
to season his Sunday discourses w ith a
dash of the humorous. On Sunday
last ho Said : "There was one old dm'.
lor of divinity that actually set apart
a day lo repent for tbo sin of Adam. I
guess ho luuglied when ho waked up
in Heaven and found what a fool ho
W'iiose Nauk is ' Haines ?" A
Western exchango says : "Mount Ui
lead, Ohio, has an insane heiress named
Mrs. Diana Haines, wbo baa iuberted
a Pennsylvania estalo valued at 700,.
000. Mrs. Haines has a son near.) of
ago to whom ibis fortune will ultimate
Dr. J. Marion Sims, an eminent
South Carolinan, long resident in Now
York, has been in Paris, and it is re
ported that be has been enga.'ol os
physician to the President, Marshal
MacMahnn, a position ho held during
the Empire under Louis Nap,, lean.
Secretary Stanton's widow has tak
en rooms for the winter in Washington.
5,000 Rail Road Ties
Curo.n.rllla. Pa. Jan. . '71-lf
rlHiHKItTY IMIH It ENT.
Mra.Joha R. R.fTertr, of Poo town.bin,
i.flar. f..r rrtit a itwallir-E tinaaa and ana Mi.in,
ri'ualaln Ibaaill.re of Paaa.illa. Fiir furlhar
iolnrmattua aj.piy txi, or a:!.!rr!s,
Mr.. J B RAr'PKRTY,
jKt M.'Mjr. lrani,iao llilll.
NKW WASHINGTON, PA.
n. D. ROSK, , PaorstBroB.
Mtata. !4o. Man and kotaa avar olrhl. tl 00.
Man and imo toraea uvar niht, 11.40.
Tba I oat of areuumodattoBa fur mas aal trail.
Oot. 31,'7t l(.
CAUTION. All prrrtiBiara Borah?
Minrt pnrt hkiirit r la any my ?ddlinj(
witb ta MlDtr.nf jMritml pnprtT, low (a the
tMiMMini of C. A,panitL,of Momi low b, Lip,
to it : Ob rook Iot, mo prlor !, nn.c4w.
omt kafrlVr, odo (.Mr lu lwlt, 1 1 ooriiog ftolH.-n
orrtl more, ,.D titty horo ono S otirpo tfn,
nro Mt JutfMo bara.M ! It aeri-i of wheat im
(ba rnttjnii. tad ).rM-rt paruhsutoj bj an
al yri ai ail. aa l ! UR wit h aii Sianagti oa
loan, adject w order al anr tiina
HA Mil a L r-PANAULR.
tirtnuutoti, ort. 2V78--1
Great Western Hotel,
N01. till, I.1IS a 1.1 , Marks! SOMt,
( tlirtrtln ata-ttifa Waanatata'a fisnaal Drfol,)
ridlftdolpMa, loaa 'a-.
Tonus), 00.00 por claxy.
TM. II .1.1 a n-ar Its aair Pakllt BaUdinir'.
saw Maaiiala Ttutr-la, ll. S Mist, and Aasdrai;
tf Flna Ana. T. W. TRA11CK, Prnp'r.
oras Al-L BinsT. Jll". TS-ly-
A GOLD MEDAL
Waa awaidad al lbs Parli Fipoaitla far 11:1 K
J. & P. COATES,
rar tkf.r tan Sit Cor Sanel OMtan, MBtlraia(
the aaiimate flasad apoa thalr E'N"1S t" ,b
World, H,f. t'.aa, rtai ,tal at L.sdon, lU,
ts tba Ora'sanlal Kanoalll .a ..I l;t harvtha,
loot s Sipawa f..r Hur.il, Hiranftk and El
Tha Hat a t Prl,a af a Alia ar Mrdal La an
kr lbs Wlulmaatla Llnra 1 ..aipaar. wtiab rauaM
to ha lhi aproial eh.mptaa af Aaaarleaa ladailrr,
aid ttbi-b baa ailvaatrtl; ad.artiaad s Uraul
Priaa al Part,
NO GRAND FRIZES were awarded
for Spool Cotton at PARIS.
Maa.ra J. A p. Casta, k ... aat.kil.had Is Paw-
laobM, R. I , ita lamm Sp4 Count M.lla la
th. Ualtad Slatas K.ar, ar 1 of aaa iaUa
lara. frrai tba raw .u.i talta Sai-bal ap,sl, I'
aoadualad Ibara. Tbrlr Aancioao nada Hfisal
Citlaa took iba Board al tha I'aalaaalat, end
bila thy k..a aa.ar alalnjod a.acial siarit t"
Ibair Aai.rli-BB nada H,mJ Coiiab .ro that aa.a-
afaatarad la tbair Waonh Mill., tb-r ba.e ma
aliaraotlaa af aanaaaolni Ibat tba, bara lo Ural
land ihasaal.aa olih Una aoantri, tb.t
AUgBICdi, a rtprMtatod by
AHEAD IN SPOOL COTTON,
ta niWtlp.1 nr J. P. COATS:
. .... .. '
. TM at VOATEH.