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U. B. GOODLANDER,
TT W. SMITH,
A T TOBNET-AT-LAW,
il:l:T Clearoeld, Pa. '
T J. LING1.E,
A TTO.KKET-AT -LAW,
I: IS Plillipaburt;, On Ire Co., Pa. yipd
OLAND D. SWOOPK,
ATTORNIV AT LAW,
CurweB.ille, Cl.srdold eouniy, Pa.
oct. 9, Tl-tf.
ASCAU MITCH KM..
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
T-offlw la the Optra llouefc ooH7 tf
r R. k W. BARRETT,
Attorneys and Counselors at Law,
January 10. 1878.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
aST-OBoa la tbo Court Home. Jj",'7
M. M. McCULLOUGII,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
OA. In Mmonie building, Eerond .tree!, op
posite Ih. Court lluuie. JcMTit-lf.
, AW & COLLECTION OFFICE,
,': CU-erteld Counl.T, Penn'e. '4
O T. RROCKBJrNK,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
CLEUtFIKI.D, PA. j
OBoa in Opera Hnaot. P ii.TT-l 1
M1TII V. WILSON,
Illorrirf-e.-a-... , j
f I.EAKFIELD, - PEXS'A.
jr-Oli la the Ma.'nlo llalUior, orer Ih.
Co'uoty N.llon.l Hank. . luierM 80.
ITILLIAM A. UA&EKTY,
JSr-Wlll attend to all lvl bailoe.. with
pr..mptee and fidelity. f.bl l,'U0-tl.
II.LIAH A. WALLAc a.
pATin b. aaaaa.
JOUR W. WRIflLir.
BAnnr r. walla, !.
WALLAClt &. KRKliS,
(So.nor. la Wallace A Fildlo.)
Janl'77 leal Beld, Pa.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
iluioe In Pie. Opera Hoitw.
Jane it, 1M.
J TTO HJTK 1 - J T-hA M,
DuBois, Clearfield County, Penn'a.
XarWilt attend promptly ta all legal hu.lneia
entru.ted to bie eero. ijaazi,av.
THr,t), v. uraRAT. CTMH nRROM.
fURRAY & GORDON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Olltoa la Pie', Opera Iloure, leeond floor.
loaara a. u'brally VAaial. w. a'cuaor.
fcENALLY .1 ilcCURDY
.cay-Leal ba.lno. attended to promptly wltbj
J..'lity. onioa on Second atroat, above tbe Firal
National Rank. jan:l:7S
I O. KltAMER,
A TTO RNEY-AT-LAW,
Real Eitata and Collootloa Agent,
Will promptlj attend to all legal bu.iooM ea.
tra.ted to hia earn.
(r-Olllea in Iie' 0iera.llue. Janl'70
J F. Mc KEN RICK,
All lee,.) buiioe.. entru.te j to hi. oara will ra
reire protapt atteatioa.
.tr-OIBro In tbo Coarl Hoiue.
JOHN h. CUTTLE,
. ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Xnd Real Rotate Arent, ClearBeld, Pa,
Ogee on Tblrd itreet, bet.Ch.rrj A Walnwt.
Aae-Ke.poctfally offer hi. .ervieoe in eolllng
and buylaa; land! la ClearflelJ and adjoining
ejuntlea and with aa eipartoaeoolovortwealv
y -are aa a lurvoyor, flattora bimaelf that be eaa
r.odor latlifaellon. I Feb. l:eS:tf,
JR. B. M. SCUEUREU,
- Oflioe la reaid.nra on Fir.1 tt.
April 14, 1071. CWIield, Pa.
rU. W. A. MEANS,
i'HYSICIAN & SU RQEOIV,
DVBOIR CITY, PA.
Will attend profe.ilonal eall. promptly. avalO'TO
T. J. UOYEIt,
PHYSICIAN AND SUKOKON,
Oflca oa Market Street, Ckarleld. Ta.
pw-djjre hour. : I to 1 J a. m , aad 1 to I p.
R. J. KAY WRI0LEY,
'frOff'. ndjolnlnf the re.leenoe af Jaaiee
" , K.., i,a Second St, Cl.arbelJ, Pa.
R. U. B. TAN VALZA1I,
CLRAHKIKLD, fUBlJI A.
OFFICE IN ItESIDKNtlR, CORNER OP FIRST
AND I'INE KTI1EETH.
OBra b'ar.-Fiom It ta I P. M.
May II, 17.
It J. P. BUIU'HFIKM).
Uit Hargion of tba sd Riglnint. Pin nay It anla
VoUottart, baring rataraid froaj ib Amy,
offiri bit vrofoitlonnl nrrleii tobhaelUaau
af OloarAoU oonnty.
ri twtrrfoiilonal lalli aroaiaOy atioadad to.
f nt oa Baaoad itroit, fomirlyoownpiidi by
4 iVr.Wnodl. -vpr4,il U
JOB PRINTING Of KVKRY DI9CRIF
lion ally eiid at thli oB-w,
GEO. B. G00DLANDEE, Editor
VOL. 51-WH0LE NO.
JIIHTICEM' COBNTABLKa' MM
Wo bare printed a large aanibar of tbo ae
FEE BILL, aad nill on tin raooipt af twenty
or wnu. moil o onp? lo any eddree, m.M
WILLIAM M. HENRY, Justice
or ana PiAni asp Scmtbsib, LUMBER
CITY. Collection" made aad money promptly
paid oror. Artioleaof rooiaoat and dred. ol
oono.ynuee anally oiooutod and w.rrentedeur
root ar ao charge. Iljy'Ta
JOHN D. THOMPSON,
Jaellee of tbo Poaoo and 8oriraaor,
S.Vj.Collertloni made' and money promptly
pnid oror. fhlTllf
(oainsD r. a.)
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE
roa irll tnwsanir.
May , irTS-lya
Square Timber & Timber Lands,
.ll'71 CLEARFIELD. PA.
House and Sign Painter and Paper
VsvWlll oiMuteJob. in hit line promptly and
In a workmanlike mnnaer. arr,t7
OUN A. STAPLER,
DAKER. Market St., Clearl.ld, Pa.
V...1. B,..H Rmk. Rolla, Piel and Cake.
on band or made to order. A jeneral e.eortmeat
of Conlectlnnarlei, Fruit, and Nute In etook.
, Cream and (Ij.ter. in len.on. Palooa nearly
oppo.ito the PoiKiBiro. 1'rloe. moderaie.
WEAVER Sl BETT8,
Renl Esta:e, Square Timber, Saw Legs,
AND LI MI1KR OF ALL KINDS.
UtrrOnVe on hoe,nd itteel, In rear of itoro
r.c,ai of Ueurjo Wearer A C". I J'. 'Ja-U.
Jl'fTICE OF THE PEACE
Ower-la Mill. P. O.
.ll oluelal l.u.lne.1 ontraited to bim will ho
promptly alterdod t.
11 BARDKR ANDHAIRDRKbr..
Bbop OB Uarket Bt., oppo.ue wwi n..
A elei towel for evry ourtotner.
Al.o dealer In
llet Hrauda i.f Tiiliarro and l lgara.
n..rf .id p " 10.
I JAMES H. TURNtn,
JT8TICE OF THE PEACE,
BeT-He bas prepared bimielf nitb all the
Met.ary bluk futiu. under the P.n.ion and
ountf lawe, a. well aa blank Deed., ate. A'l
U..nfil. la... a.
leaal mallei, entra.ted la hi. eare will rereire
ii. eare will reretri
May tib, l7 lf.
Market mreet, Clearfield, Pa.,
MAai racTuaBa asp naALaa i.
Jlarnc's, Hridks, Siuldles, Collar, ami
llunc- Furnishing (loodt.
arAll kind, of repalrini promptly attended
to. Kaddler.' Hardware, llorea B.o.bee, Curry
Comha, Ao., alway. on bond and for alo at the
lowe.l naib prioe. Mareb IV, 17. ,
Q . H. HALL,
RACTICAL PUMP MAKER,
NEAR CLEARFIELD, PENN'A.
ptr-Pump, alway. on band and made to order
on abort notion. Pipee bored on reaaonable terae.
All worh warranted to render aatUfactton, and
dolirared If dealred. aayltilypd
rpHE under.Igned beg. leave to ttiormtbopuo
Y Ho that be 1. bow fully prepare' to aeeoiamu
date all la tbe way of furaiibina; U..aea, Baniiiea,
Saddlea and Uarneaa, oa the aborteat notice and
.a reaaonable term.. Reaidonooea Loeuetetreel,
eetweea Third and Fourth.
UEO. W. BEARUART.
oartold. Feb. 4, 1874
GLEN J10PB, PKNN'A.
TIIK nndt-rnlfnH, h arto a; ItaMd thli oaa
odiuai ll-Ul, in tba TilUga of Olan Ilopa,
U now prtparvd t omo(it an no nay
eall. Mr taltlo and bar ball ba aappliad with
the bait the marhit affofli.
(iKOKUK W. HU11B, Jr.
Olao npa, Pa., March tt, lS79 tf.
THOMA3 H. FORCEE,
ilF.NKHAL MKHC11 AN DISK,
AlH,,eatan.lre manufactarer and dealer In Bqaara
Timber and Sawed Lamherof all klnda.
4T0rdere aallolted and all bill, promptly
E. A. BIGLER & CO.,
DBA li an m
and meBufaoturer, of
A I.I. HINDS OP SAW ED I.I'MHKH,
ni CLEARFIELD, PENN'A.
S. I. SNYDER,
Watuhttft, Clooki and Jewelry,
0wAfiMi iVaif, Mmrkt Arret,
(IRA It PI KM), PA.
AM kliidn of rApa'rlng In my tin pr-'inpt.y at
anded to. April , 1T4.
RNCOUUAGK 1IOMR INDUSTRY.
fpH andorirlgaad, baring aublliheJ a Vor
J. Mr? ow tbo'tVlha, aboal balf way bwtwian
Clwleld and CttrwtBirtlle, ti prepared to fat
al b all hiaOa of FH11T THKKd, (itaadard and
dwarf,) Krrrgroent., Bbralihary, Orapo Vinoi,
UnoMbarry, Lawtoa) Blaeh harry, Strawberry,
and Haitpbarry VitMa. Ata, H Iberian Crab Traei,
Qnlnna. and aarly wrarltt Hbnbarb, Ao. Or dan
promptly aAtindeti to. Addraaa,
J. I). WRIOHT,
Mplv KH.ja Cor wan vr ilia, !'.
F. M. CAED0N 4 BEO.,
On Mark it St, nna 4trorttof Maailoa Hot,,
Oar arraagfOiosti art rf the mort nnplatt
rbaraotor Ir furnlihlng tbi publta with Firth
Mfauef all kind, and of tbtrory beit quality.
Wealao daaJ la alt mmi or Agrteaiuiraj taipio-
Minti, which wo keep oa oiblbittoi for tba bet-
alt of tha nnblio.
all around nba U town.
and take a iorh at thlagt. or addrea
F. M.CAHUON A BRO,
Claarflald, Pa., July M, U7ft-tf.
Iltarfltid tuttrHf Gentry
jAvri tana. cnaoLi b. iiMHi.
Hi Rtl If MUDLK, Jenl
RrprtMM tba fnl lowing an I otbe Irtt .elm Co'i
Liverpool Undon A OKibi-tT. fl. Rr .t,3UI,
Lrouiatng n maiaal Aoaah plant. ... 6,W,0
F.onii, of Hartford, Oca a h.h l.I.0M
Iniaraaoa Co. of North Amarlrn t,4Xl,HT4
Nartb Rfitdh A Meroantllo U. I. tr M,IM
tWt4lb Coniwioroial-U.I.Braneh.... TV,IU
TraraUn I Life AeaioJea!).. 4.&IMM
OCm aa Mar bat St., app. Ceart Uowa, Clear
laid, Pa. JM , '7tMf.
Short day flying, wM yonrt rolling, -
Dow d ward toward eternity
Kra we understand oar longlngi
Oft tho optn grata we aoo.
Caret end wiibei erowd Ingetbtr, '
- PbnnitlDft ivvr is tb brtMtt t -With
lh mom inn (wnii tb knovrUdg,
Joy lalMlrti glva.io ml.
firhfraei or lf nd Un for Itrlog
Fanny bid ui r trjr ( ,'
but thtir iwmI fuiBllHTBot acvar
Bring! at Ibat Tor wbiob w iigl).
- Yoanp;, wa faoo- plar daatbleais,
A lar ilratabiBg wuoder-laad I
Hook it and anrrow follow!.
On lh deaarl full wa tlaod.
Vai, fro out tha brlgbUat porntug ,
Oft wa b.rrait bitter paia ;
Joyi loon iut, or Unbtly gaiherod,
Lilt ao IruitlaM anJ ao taio I
Aht what wiary houn of lunging
LoM oCMin hriogi tha mind !
How the wounded tout may languiib.
Nam bala or healing And.
Than when atoning alooea an tbao,
Wp not aa thioa bnuri depart )
On It poaea and holy nillneM
Ustbtr elM witbiri thin heart.
Thru, tha wool of lif forgetting,
From III tain abd guilt tat frac,
Will tby lut aud lowly pillow
I.ibc tha lenJer ron leaf be.
THE COMING EMPIRE.
Hie Imperial Mojeaty Ulyaaei I. -pungent
Pen Pictures ol the Coulug Bmplr.
The Lorda and Ladlea, ttukea anal
Durheaaea, Karla, Mnralmli,
etc.. of the Mew Berime
1'lie Gortreeua Impe
From Hie Philadelphia Time..
One- of the ulorurest sstiroa ol' the
day in rn unonymouit pnmihlot, Juki
isnutil, t'tililli'd "Tito Cuming Crown,"
(jiviii); ft prophetic pen picture of the
lomiiig Empire uiuior "His Imperial
Mnjcmy, Emperor Ulysses I." It is
illuHinttei! with a out o( o crown, nnd
noma of ito hits st the lesding restora
tioniels sro admirable. The thief ex
trad are luken from the Court Journal,
dated fit Wuxlungton, September 1,
1KS2, and fiom the Imperial Standard,
dated Waliinton, Oelubor 1, 1H82, to
which varioun ttilegrama are creditod
from difl'erent sections of the country,
lolling i'f the troubles with such in-
surgeiits as Klaine, iSsst and others,
of the progren of ImperialUm, ot the
gorgeous and mimberlexi Impurial
troops and of the grand public im
provements prosecuted under tho Em
pire. 1 ho lollowing extracts will oo
relished by the lovors Ol polished wil,
whatever may bo their views of Im
IllHIMt'iniAt. UAJESTV, KMI'IROR fl.VS
Fnim tbe Cunrt Journal, Wa'biog'oo, Septem
ber 1, ,
His Imperial Mitjcsty, the Emperor
Ulviises 1 , sccompunied by the Em-
prexs, tho Crown Prince Frederick and
s numerous suite, Arrived st the palace
yesterday alter a week's Tint to the
Duko ol rennsylvama at bis palatial
residenco, Cameron Hall, Harrisbnrg.
His Imperial Majesty, we are happy
to announce, is in the bset of health.
Tho imperial escort consisted of bat
talion or tbe Uuanls una two com
panies ol the Household Cavalry.
THE PRINCESS NELLIE.
Her Royal Highness the Princess
Ucllio will not return to England. Wo
are in the position to state that the
consort of her Royal Highness, Alger
non Sartoris, Ei-n., is to bo raised to
the pecrago under tho litlo of Karl of
liranton. ti o lurlhor untlerstana that
the Earl of Granton is to bo appointed
(iovcrnor, with tbo title of Lord Lieu
tenant, ot the Province of Illinois, and
that it is the intention of the Imperial
Government to settle S200.000 pur an
num upon his Lordship. A vice regal
palace is to be built at Springfield, tbo
l'rivy Council having issued an order
lor tbe razing ot the capilol of the
former state of Illinois, and tbe rest
dence of tho Lord Lieutenant will bo
erected on the site.
LORD SHARON, EARL OF NEVADA
Lord Sharon, Karl of Nevada, is ex
pected to arrive ou tho 6th inst. His
Lordship, who bas, during tbo past
moniD, beeu entertaining s number ol
Western nobility nt bis magnificentd
residence ttelmont Hull, nan r rancisco,
is understood to have suecesslullt' con
ducted the negotiations which resulted
in California giving her assent vo the
propositions made by the Imperial
Government. In view of His Lord
ship's distinguished diplomatic services
in thus eradicating the last vestiges ol
ttcpQtiiicanism in tbe Western part ol
the r.mpiro, we have reason to know
that llis Imperial -Slujesty intends con
fcrring upon His Lurdnbip the honor
ot tfas order ot the Mailed Hand.
LORD SIMON CAMERON, EARL OP St;sql'E
I1ANNA. It is with great pleasure that we are
enabled to announce tbe arrival of
Lord Simon Cameron, Karl of Husqiie.
hanna, at the l'alace. The venerable
Earl and bis son, the noble Duke of
Pennsylvania, will bave the honor ot
dining with bis Imperial Majesty to
morrow, when the Duko is expected
to arrive in town. As we bave pre
viously announced, Lord Himon was,
sumo time ago, appointed by his Im
perial Jdajesity Karl Marshal, tbe tithe
remaining in the House of Cameron
according to tbe law ol primogeniture.
Lord and Lady Hamilton Fish have
arrrived at the palaeo. Lord Hamilton
will receivo final instructions bcloro
his departure fur England as Imperial
Minister to the Court of St. James.
Lady Fish will not, we understand, ac
company the noble Lord, but will re
main during tbo ooniing season in aU
tendance on Her Majesty as principal
Lady in Waiting.
WASIIBUENS, DUKE OF ILLINOIS.
Cards bave been issued by the Duke
of Illinois lor a garden party at Wash
borne Uoaso, the splendid residence
lately completed by Ilia Grace, and to
which His Grace bas given the family
name, for tbe evening of the 12th inst.
Tho noble Duko, whoso appointment
as Prime Minister by bis Imperisl
Majesty bas given such profound satis
faction in court circles, will, we under
stand, entertain during lb coming
season with duoal hospitality. Her
Grace, the Duchess of Illinois, return
ed I ruin the oountry last week.
SIR O. E. BABOOCK, PRINCIPAL EQDERRY.
BirO. E. Babcock, whoso dovolion
to tbe Imperial cause and whose con
spicuous gallantry at Albany, Mew
York, wheii the Republican army
under Fenton was so completely de
tested by tbe Imperisl troops bave de
servedly gained bim so many marks
of Imperial favor, is now, wears glad
to slate, quite convalescent He re
mains at tbe Imperial villa, Long
Drench, for ft few days more, when be
will return to tba l'alace to enter on
his duties as Principal Equerry in at
tendance on Hit Imperial Majesty.
LORDS AND LADIES VISITING.
Lord snd Lsdy Kd wards Pierrepont,
Raron Jar Gould and Sir Wbilelaw
Iteid, of Now York, who bavs been on
a visit to leord George M. Robeson, of
new jersey, at necor nan, i spe nay,
arrived in town yestorday for tho
BENNETT ANDCROWN PRINCE FREDERICK.
Tbe magnificent yacht which His
Imperial Highness, the Crown Prince
Frederick, bas been plcaaed to accept
as ft present from James Gordon Den
nett, Esq., of New York, bas arrived
in tho Potomac. She is named tho
"Ulysses," and isamastotpioceof navul
TUE DUKE AND DUCUESS OF NEW YORK.
The Duke and Duchess of New
York are expected to arrive in town
lor tbe season on Tuesday next. Tbe
ducal rosidenco, Oonkling House, is
rapidly approaching completion, and
promises in point of architectural
beauty to equal any of tbe many
splendid bouses of tbe nobility erected
in the capital ajneo His Imperial Ma
jesty ascended tbe Jbrone. Invita
tions will shortly bo issued by ms
Graco for the ball which is to be given
when the Conkling bouse is opened,
and the event promises to be one of ex
traordinary magin licence.
BLAINE SENTENCED TO BANISHMENT.
From the tmprrlnt Standard, Wo.hlnfton, Onto
bar I, 182.
An official telegram published else
where in this issuo brings intelligence
of the tiial and conviction by Military
Commission of Jamos G. Blaine, of
Maine, and tbe sentence ot banishment
passed by tbe Commission will in all
probability be approved by his Impe
rial Majesty. We think tho Commission
erred in its ducision-rnot as to the
guilt, but as to the punishment of tbe
offender. Tho time has passed tor
measures of mercy. Justice demands
something more. . it demands stern
retribution for such olTences as this
man Blaine has committed, and the
punishmentawarded should have been
death. Let thoro i be no trifling with
traitors! When twenty so called
Union Leaguers wore shot in C'incin-
cinnati it should bavo been a warning
to rebels that tho policy of tho Imperial
(irrrcrnment was not to regard scdi-
ion as child's play. Of what use is
banishment if such men as John Sher
man, James G. Blaine and Rutherford
H. Unros can concoct their plots and
plans against the safety of the Empire
on the l.anadian side ol tho bonier
und send their emissaries to spread
disloyalty in every part ot the coun
try r .Ye are not apologists lor the
course thus far pursued by the Impe
rial Government, tv e have been and
are now Its advocates. We bave, and
must continue to bave, a strung gov
ernment, aud vacillation or timidity,
be they in what quarter they may,
must neither bo condoned nor tolerated.
The lessons of the psst must not be
EXECUTION OF THOMAS NAST.
By Imperial Telegraph ta tbe Standard.
New York, 8opt. 30. Tho last of
tho eighteen prisoners condemned to
death by tho Imperisl Military Com
mission which closed its sitting at
Governor's Island on the 2nth, was ex
ecuted at daybreak this morning. Tho
condemned man, Thomas Nsst, wbo
was a caricaturist on Hmjur t Wetkly
bcloro that disloyal sheet was sup
pressed in June last, was accused ol
high treason by ploling against tbe
crown and dignity of His Imperial
Majesty and by circulating a so-called
cartoon lepresenting Hit Imperial Ma
jesty as iSero, the execution was
private, Dill it is understood that tue
death was painful, the wretched trait
or's lifo not being extinct lor several
IMPERIAL BUSINESS KEARNEY FIANOED.
Charleston, S. C, Sept. 30. Serious
riots bavo cccurred in this city within
the past few days, culminating last
evening in an attack upon somoof tbe
Imperial troops. Orders were given
that the troops be confined to their
quarters, and General Casey, telegraph
ed for instructions to Washington.
Orders were received from the Miutster
of War alter consultation with His
Imperial Majesty that tbe not be sum
marily suppressed, and accordingly
General Casey opened on the mob witb
artillery. Over seventy of tbo rioters
were killed, i be city is now quiet.
REVIVING BUSINESS-KEARNET IIANOED
San Francisco, Cal , Sept. 30.
Humors aro current hero tbat tbe 1m
portal Government contemplates the
building ot one ot tho largest dockyards
in tbe world at ibis oity,and tbe special
bulletins giving publicity to tbe state
ment wero surrounded yestorday by
crowds ol tbe distressed working popu
lation, who gave repeated cheer lor
the glad tidings. It Is said that ovor
120,000,000, will be expended for the
work, tins will do much towards do.
creasing what little disall'ection now
exists, if, indeed, it docs not eradicate
it entirely. Dennis Kearney was
banged at daybrcuk this morning.
IONATIUS DONNELLY SILSNCED.
St. Paul, Minn., Sept. 30. Ignatius
uonnoiiy, ol ibis state, a former mom
bor of Congress, issued an inflamma
lory appeal, a few days ago, railing on
the people "to rally in tliuir might, to
raise once more tbe flag ol the Union
and to overthrow the accursed tyrant
who bas assumed tho sceptre" Tho
Imperial authorities immediately sent
a stping body or troops to secure lon
nelly's arrest, but the traitor had fled
towards the Red River. A dispatch
received by the Minister of War last
evening states that Donnelly was cap
tured at Mankato, tried by courl mar-
Hut and shot, hd. Imperial Man&ard.
TUB EMPIRE LEAGUE DOUSE.
Philadelphia, Pa., Sept. 30. A
splendid entertainment Is to be given
in tho Empire League House formerly
known as tb Union League in honor
of His Grace the Duke ot Pennsylva
nia, who is expected to arrive in this
oity next week. Sir William B.Bluk
ley, Mayor of the city, is at the head
of the Committee of Arrangements,
and Lotd St, Iietlgcr and Karon Bui
lion have each contributed 110,000 to
FETE TO TBE DUKI OF PENNSYLVANIA-
PittsBURob, Pa., 8ept .30. Sir Rus
sell Errett, Sir C. L, Mage and a
number of olbor distinguished gentle
men will leave here next week for
Philadelphia to be present at the fete
in honor of tb Dukeol 1'ennsylvani
The Imporial foundry at Fort Pitt Is
now running day and night casting
heavy ordnance tor tbo arm ol impi
rial semes. Business in all branches!
ot trade it roviring.
MABONE, MRRQUIS OF BLUE RIDOS.
Wbeelino, West Vs., Sept. 30.
Major General Mabone, now in com
mand of the Army of Ohio, received
Irom Washington yesterday an Im
perial decree announcing hia elevation
to tb peerage as Marquis of Blue
Ridgo. The noble Marquis, it will be
remembered, gained great honor dur
ing the earlier day of Hia Imperial
Majesty' reign by enlisting In tbe
cauaaot tb Empire tbe aorvioe and
influence of many of th families of
LORD SNOW DEN ABB THE IMPERIAL
Work I being vigorously pushed
PRINCIPLES, NOT MEN.
PA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 7, 1880.
forward at tbe new mint In this city,
replacing the old Union coinago witb
that of tho Empire, The new gold
pieties are ot beautiful design, and the
specimen kindly shown us by the Im
perial Mints, is an exqnisiteone. The
coin bears tha bust of His Imperial
Mnjesly, surrounded by the legend,
'Ulysses I. Emperor," with the date
"ISKS'whilo ihoubvorse, surrounding
the Imperial Arm the mailed Hand
is tho Latin inscription, "Aut Ca'sar
aut mullus," a translation of the mom
orable words ottered by his Imperial
Majesty when ho ascended the Throne.
SIR ALEX. BI1EPPARD, COt'RT CflAMHER
LAIN, Sir Alexander Sbeppard has, wo are
glad to announce, been again sig
nally honored by Hit Imperial Majesty ;
an Imperial decree issued yesterday
appointing him to t" responsible and
lucrative position of Court Chamber
lain. We understand that His Impo
rial Majesty has been graciously pleased
to direct that ft salary of 1130,0110 per
annum be fixed at tbe emoluments of
this honorable ollito.
COL. FORNET't EXPECTATIONS.
The Hon. John W. Forney, of Phila
delphia, arrived in town yesterday and
had I he honor ot an andienoo with His
Imperial Majesty. Colonel Forney's
devotion to tho Imperial cause before
tho establishment of the Empire is
well known, and it is the opinion in
court cucles that tho veteran journalist
will receivo some substantial marks of
His Imperial Mujcaty'a faror.
WATTERSON, MARQUIS Or noI RBON.
Lord Henry Wallerson.of Kentucky,
wbo has been on a prolonged official
visit through the Southern portion ot
the Empire, where bis services in ths
establishment of the Imperial Govern
ment have been crowned with such
signal success, is expected to arrive in
town to morrow, and we under
stand, that in consideration of his
brillinnt political achievements, His
Imperial Majesty has been graciously
pleased to create his Lordship Marquis
DANA UNPRa IMPERIAL DISPLEASURE
Rumors were current in the capital
yesterday tbat C'karles A. Dana, of
New York, the disloyal and virulent
Unionist, wlroso opposition to tho Im
perial cauno was so pronounced during
thecandidulu roof His Imporial Mnjcsty
in 1880, has been arrested noar Butralo.
Dana's disloyal sheet, tbe Now York
Sun, it will be remcmborod, was sum
marily suppressed and two of its odi
tort transportod lor lile when the Im
perial troops entered New York oily.
BEECHRR AN IMPERIAL CHAPLAIN.
The Right Rev. Henry Ward Beech-
er, Bithop ol Brooklyn, whose con
version to tho Methodist Episcopal
church was simultaneous with Hia Im
perial Majesty's accessioB to the
Throne, arrived at tbo I alace yester
day. His Lordship will enter on his
duties as Imperial Chaplain without
delay, and will prcacb colore tuo im
perial family at the M. E. Cathedral
on Sunday next.
THE OODPESS OF LIBERTY DEPOSED.
The old figure of Liberty, which
surmounted tbo dome ot the Capitol
here. bas boon taken down and a colossal
statue ol His Imperial Mujcsty, the
Emperor Ulysses I., is to replace It.
Tho statue will bo of bronze, and is
after a design furnished by Mills. The
figure will be surmounted by a crown,
hicb at night will bo illuminated by
tbe electric light, and thus be visible for
nearly tilty miles.
THE IMPERIAL ARUT.
From the Army and Navy New,.
It has boon officially decided by the
Minister of War that the new uniform
of tho cavalry of the lino shall be
somewhat similur to those ot the bar
man Uhlans. The Imperial Guards
will bo uniformed after the stylo of the
Royal Lifo Guards ot the British
service, and the Household Cavalry
will retain their present picturesque
and distinctive stylo. Hit understood
that the strength ol the army In time
of peace bas been decided on aftor a
conterence ot the principal ontcer oi
rank at which His Imperial Majesty
presided. Tho effective strength of tbe
line including infantry, cavalry and
artillery, as well as the engineers, sig
nal corps, etc., will be 4UU,uuu men.
BARON NATHANIEL M'KAY.
Tho now iron clads, "Ulysses I,"
"Empire" and "Imperial," tb work
On which bus been pushed forward by
Baron Nathaniel McKay, superinten
dent of the Imporial Navy Yard, aro
now almost completed, and tho r ml
Lord ol tho Admiralty, Lord George
M Robeson, of New Jersey, accom
panied by a numerous suito, will make
an official visit to the Yard early next
BUTLER LATE IN IMPERIAL ALLEUIANCE.
We aro gratified to bo in a position
to ttate tbat Generul B. F. Duller, of
Massachusetts, bus at lost taken the
onlk ot allegiance to His Imporial
Majesty, and we aro reliably Intormod
that it is the intention ot tbe Imperial
Government to place the gallant Gen
eral in a position where bis conceded
abilities will be of service to tho Em
pire (ienorul Bti'.lorwill nrrivo at tho
capital on the 6th inst.
BEAURROARD AN 1NPERIAI. COMMANDER.
Mulor Gonoral Reaurogard, com
manding tho Division ot tbe South,
nave ft grand banquet to a number of
tbe resident aristocracy at Mohilo last
week. Iho recognition ol Uenoral
Beauregard by His Imperial Majesty,
and bis appointment by Imperial order
to tho important oommantl he Bow
holds, created, it will bo remembered,
great enthusiasm in the South. - (ion
-oral Beauregard, in proposing the
health of His Imperial Majesty, hoped
that Southern society would always
be loyal to lb Emperor scntimeait
which was drunk with repeated cheers.
F" LOTTING TREASON.
As wo go to press wo learn that dis
patcho have been rocoircd by the
Minister of War to tho effect that sev
eral ofllaers of tho Imperial service,
"who bave been for some timo past sus
pected ot plotting treason, ana oi
being in correspondence with the ene
mies of Hi Imperial Majesty, were
placed in arrest st Albany, Now York,
last week. Th arrest was kept secret,
but an investigation loll no doubt of
.lis oiistenoe ot dangerous plot to
overturn the Imperial Government,
and subsequent court-martial, which
finished its sitting yesterday, fiv ot
the oftleors were found guilty on all
the charge preferred against them.
They will be shot at daybreak to
"Give me three yards of mustard
plaster." said physician to ft Phila
delphia apothecary, "and bo quick, if
you please, tor the patient Is stitlering
dreadfully." 1 ne apothecary was das
ed with surprise, uutil the physician
added, "On ot tb giraffe of th Zoo
baa an tout attack of bronchitis. Hi
throat Is tor tilths way down. Thtt'i
what th plattor't for "
RUM ASD TOBACCO.
AN ESSAY BY DR. A. T. St'HRYV IB HEAD
BEFORE THE GRAMPIAN HILL TEM
Lad in and Otntlrmen : Tho subject
ot my discourse it "Rum and Tobacco.
Tbe porsons who daily use either ol
these, let him be priest.king.or peasant,
1 shall call intemperate. This is sub
ject of vital importance to tbo health
and longevity of man, as well as bis
mental and physical condition. Physi
ologists say tbat tbe use of these arti
cles, begun in oarly lifo, from tix to
filtoen yours of ago, shorten lifo ten
years or more. In point of economy,
it it a nscloss expenditure and waste
of time and money, cansing physical
and mental debility to all who use the
weed. Tho sooner child begins to
smoke or chew tobacco er drink rum
before tbe age ol puberty, or full devel
opment of the brain, bones, muscles,
and growth of all th different organs,
the greater is tbe shock to the nervous,
menial and physical powers.
Phrenology is a system of philosophy
based on the physiology of tbe brain.
All persons having a knowledge of this
scicneek now that certain portions ot
of tbe brain is the organ for a particu
lar faculty of tbe mind, and somo other
portion is tbe organ for anoikor faculty,
If any part of the brain is diseased or
destroyed, tbat faculty is in part or
wholly hindered from performing its
duty. Therefore, any poisonous drug,
liko tobacco or alcohol, which is ab
snrlied into tho blood, goes directly to
tbo brain, disturbing more or less tbe
mental and physical powers. The
brain ia a very complicated piece ot
mechanism. No wonder then tbat it
is easily disordered by any poisonous
drug. Some poisons alfect certain or
gans, when absorbed Into the blood,
more than others. Alcohol, being
highly ft stimulant, inflames the stom
ach, throwing more blood to the base
of tho brain, on tbo social and protect
ive gronp, excites tbe animal passions,
combaliveness and destructiveness to
the highest degree, wbilo tobacco is a
sedative narcotic, and acts more on the
moral and intellectual group, causing
irritation, nervout debility, and often
paralysis. Coder its influence the
brain hardens and shrinks, thereby in
juring tbe mind more or less. The
whole machine it thrown into contu
sion by taking anything into the stom
ach or circulation that will not chemi
cally combine to give strength and
support to the system. The brain re
ceives about one-sixth more blood than
any other orf-an of tho sam capacity.
Therefore, whatever is taken into tho
stomach or absorbed iuto the circula
tion goes directly to the brain, and
there commits its unholy depredations
on mind and matter till some effort ol
Naturo comes to tbo rescue and ejects
the foe from tho system.
It is a well known fact tbat all drags
or poisons lose a part of their power
by frequent repetition. The vital re
sistance to tbe poison (tobacco and al
cohol) it gradually overcome or worn
out, and alter awhile require larger
and larger dosos to havo the same effect,
so that the man who takes two drams
a day, or smokes three cigars, will in
time take four drams and tix cigars,
and chew plug of the filthy weed
that nothing will touch except the ugly
green worm and omnivorous man.
Touch not, taste not, handle not the
unclean thing, nor suffer your children
to use it in any way If you desire
health and good old ago.
Lira whila yn. live, tha epicure would .ay,
And actio the pleaaarea of tbo preeonl dey i
Lira wblla yon lira, tho eaere preacher cries,
Aad giro lo Uod eaob moment aa it fliea."
This stanza contains much for the
reflective mind of man as a free agent
tochoose whom be will serve Nature'a
God, or tbe fantastic notion, and
habits of the world. The former pro
duces health and long life, th latter
disease, premature decay and death.
tobacco ia a medical, not an edible
plant. Tho use ot it retards digestion.
Tbo saliva, which is alkaline and nega
tive in quality, it conveyed to the
Btomach, and there meets the gastric
juice, which it an acid and positively
sloctrinod, and iorms t kind ol gal-
vanio battery to chemically prepare
the food tor tho blood, which is loaded
witb material for building np the
wasted energies of the organism. The
blood is brought in contact witb every
part of tho system. It builds up the
bones, replenishes the muscles, renews
the nerves, and furnishes the brain
with now material to take the placo of
tbo old. Then, keep tho blood pure
and health is tore to follow ; bat if the
vital fluid is charged with poison ol
any kind to make it impure, disease is
sure to follow. Tobacco is incapable
in any way of being transformed into
animal tisstio, or serving tor animal
nutrition ; hence, It act as ft poison or
foreign substance in the system, doing
tbe greatest injury to the norvous
fibres, acting more violent than alco
hol and causing all the symptoms of
delirium tremens. It creates an appe
tite lor strong drink and brings on
disease thst take away the support
of th family, starves and freeze the
children, and clothes them in rags and
ignorance, from foU to m it often
used in a year for tobacco alone by
some families. This sum would bread
and clolho most families, and more too.
It it ft sad tight to see children, halt-
starved and clothed in raga, standing
id the streets bogging tobacco Irom
stranger. let such it often tbe case,
and tbey learn to uso ft at six or eight
years of age.
Tobacco was known to th Ameri
can Indian in the daytof Columbus.
It it a plant of tiopical America, and
was first made uso of by tbe Spaniards.
In 1500 it was introduced into the
Court of Lisbon, Spain, by tbe French
Ambassador, Nicol, from which cir
cumstance the aotiv prinoipl is called
"nicotin," or "nicotians," and Sir Wal
ter Raleigh introduced it Into England
lor tbe purpose of smoking In the "up
per crust" nrittocralio circles, and al
though greatly opposed, It gradually
came down to lb tower classes, and
is now used to a great extent by every
civilized Nation on the Earth. Mon
keys aro great mimics or imitator.
The poor will ape the rich at all times,
and children will imitate their parents.
What "dad" and "mam" does, they
tbink is right and will follow their ex
ample, monkey like.
1 will now give ths analysis of to
bacco and it physiological efTocts on
the habitual tmoker. The products ol
combustion are: 1st, Watery vapor;
2d, Free carbon ; 3d, Ammonia ; 4th,
Carbon io acid I 6lb, Aa alkali, called
niootins; Sib, An mpyreomatlc tub
al anee : 7th. A bitter resinout extract.
The carbon give to th eddies of
smoke their blue color. The ammonia
ui in th form of gat, combined with
carbonlo acid. Tbe nicotine I a non
volatile body and remain in tb pip
and in tb moist nd of cigar, and it
is ths most deadly poison of all vege
tdtbl plants. The empyreumalio tub-
stance it volatile and give tbetobaeoo
tmok that peculiar odor which ad
here to the clothe of persons In a
room where tobacco it used. The bit
ter extract it not volatile and loaves
tbe pipe or cigar by passing along tbe
stem in a fluid form.
The physiological effects of those
products are as follows : Watery va
jor is innocent ; the carbon in minute
particle sotlioa on the raucous mem-
bran of the mouth, throat and nose,
cuusing irritation ; the ammonia and
carbon logother cuuso dryness and
tingling of the membrane norves
and increases the flow of saliva, and
causes spitting the filthy atuff over
carpet and floors, to the great annoy
ance of clean housekeepers. W hen ab
sorbed into tbe circulation, it makes
tbe blood tnotbin.causingirregularities
of tbe blood corpuscles and suppression
of the biliary seorotion and oonso
qucnt yellowness ol the skin, as teen
in children wbo use the weed while
yonng. tobacco at first quickens,
then reduces the action of tbe heart.
In imall doses, it produces confusion ot
tbe head, virtigo, fainluess, nausoa,
vomiting, general debility and prostra
tion of the whole system, ending in
It enter directly into tbo circula-j
tion of tho blood, and acts witb more
force and in less time than any other
medical plant, it is seldom used as a
medicine, owing to its distressing ef
fects, such as nausea, groat debility,
relaxation, and prostration of the nerv
out system. 1 1 baa not one good trait
in it character to redeem it from ob
livion, notwithstanding the ipsodixit ol
smokers and chowcrs. 1 Is great charms
lor tbeni, taken In moderation, they
imagine it quiets restlessness, calms
mental and corporeal inquietude and
produces general languor or repose.
Be this as it may, it is done at tbo ex
pense of tbo vital, mental and physical
powers by deadening nervous sensibi
lity. If tobacco is a luxury tosome.it is
anarliclothat everybody is better with
out. The useless expenditure of money
lor the weed would clothe, lee.l and
school all the children in tho United
Slates, and would in a few years, it
rightly appropriated, pay oft tbe
National debt. Now York city in one
week spends 110,000 lor tobacco, and
18,000 tor btead.
I bave given quite a history of to
bacco ancf its clfocts, and will now
take up tbe rum bill. I will not go
back to-the origin of this institution,
but it ia very ancient according to the
Old Testament. Evoryporson of mature
ago knowa it baneful effects on body
and mind and the misery and crime
attending it daily use. So long as the
article is met witb among those in tbe
higher walks of lite, wbo only use a
little rum or brandy genieoly for tbo
throat, lunge, or stomach sake, the
lower classes, monkey-like, will follow
suit and give tho coat oft their ' back
tor a dram of whisky. - Pure spirit
for persons in health produces lessened
consciousness and sensibilities to light
and sound and relaxation of the mus
cular system. .
Rum affects mainly the mental por
tion of the nervous contra through
ganglionic nerves, ltdiminishesvitality,
acting primarily aa an anaesthetic It
produces impatience, irritability, head
ache, dyspepsia, difficult breathing and
general debility. Alcohol is the cause
of more deaths, mere mischief, and
greater destruction of property, than
the fire and sword. But says tbe
liquor seller, "The licenso brings a large
revenne to the State or bounty." It
may be so ; but it it like A giving 1) a
club to boat his own bead. It cost
four times as much to keep up the
paupers and take care of the criminals
on account of tho liquor as the revenue
amounts to. All ths moral suasion of
Temperance Societies and Murphey ites
combined seem to have but little .(feet
to break np this nefarious traffic. So
long as there is to much money in
vested in its manufacture, you may lop
off a branch here and there,but tbo main
body of tbe tree and root is left to
spring up again and commit it depre
dation on all classes of society. It
hydra head baa no respect to person.
Men of talent, genius and literary ac
quirements, who might be stars ot the
first msgnitude in tbe social circle, are
reduced to shame, beggary and want,
and wallow in tbe gutter like the long
nosed quadruped, called "hog."
The increase of whisky and tobacco
is fearful. The former w thousands of
burrels over last year, and tho lat
ter millions of pounds ovor any
former years. Now, wo will Inquire a
little into the rum bill tax, and see
how prohibition works when carried
out. The lazy drunken sots in th
Poor llouso and criminals daily taken
up are rum suckers, and nine tenths of
the county expense and t axes are caused
by rum shops, i say to the farmer, the
carpenter, th shoemaker and the
blacksmith, you are a fine set of fel
lows, working almost night and day to
support your families and pay rent.
How much is your rum bill f I have
a tax against you for rum. With in
dignation one and all reply, "A rum
bill against me I, I never use the arti
clo ! 1 think you mnnt be mistaken this
lime. 1 owe you nothing in the shape
ol rum lax." Very well, sir, larmer,
what were your taxes last year?
Answer, "$26.60.' " To the shoemaker
and blacksmith the same question is
put, One asys $40, and the other say,
"Don't insult me ; i never had a drop
of liquor in my shop." Tbat may be,
but your tax will be none tbe loss when
those drunken men about your lurnace
got into tb Poor House. Again, we
meet lawyer, or preacher. What it
your rum bill, sir? "Rum drinking
harm me not, neither does it Increase
my taxes I" Perhaps tb next day a
drunken driver upset their carriage,
breaking ft leg or an arm, and lays
them up a month or two from busiuoas.
1 would ask wbo pays this rum bill. I
assert that one half or two-thirds of all
taxes are caused by Intemperance,
directly or indirectly, . New York
State reports in one year a pauper tax
of nearly 1900.000, and about 1700,000
oi that tax wat caused by intemper
ance ; and I tell you that larmert,
merchants and professional men all
have to pay their share of tho tax. In
a farming township of 1,400 peopl,
there war eighteen dram shops, and
the pauper tax was 11,100 in year.
Tba noxt year, the dram thopa were
all cloaod, and the expense dwindled
down to I.'IOO a clear gain of 1800 in
on y.ar by prohibition. Th conse
quence was that property increased in
value, and th peopl were more pros
perous The amount of money ex
pended by th Portland (Maine) peo
pl yearly lor rum was 1228,500. This
wit th city ttx, when at tb asm
time tha school tax wa only 120,000.;
all other taxes and corporate expense
180,000, making In all 1100,00a Tbi
it only on ot of ft hundred such case
Ih larg cities. It n high time tbat
th people or Nation take some action
on tlii subject to stop this growing
evil ana relieve tb people ot in
fourth of their burtb.nsom tax. In
one eoaoty th tax bill wa near ll&V
000 in support of crim, drunkenness
TEEMS $2 per anniun in Advanoe.
NEW SERIES-V0L. 21, NO. 14
and pauperism, and ovur C11,000 of
this was the resnlt of rum. If farmers,
mechanics and all professions! men
would look this thing square in the
taco, and say, "Let others do as they
may, we will down with it In our
county, and aave the pauper and erimi-
i-uuuty, ai u aavo uie vauuer anu cr i i A . .
naluitoclotheandd.rio..rchild,en,h' U'MT! ,p!"'", !" .1ST?
and make them good and useful obi.
...... r. .... -i.i . -
sens lor fiitnre lite.
A b'ORUOTTEX ASPECT OF
THE JJlfcll QUEST WX.
One of the great evils of our dealing
with Ireland it that we have persisted in
governing her according to English
prejudices and ideas. Not thus have
we doaltwith India, or French Canada,
or oven tho Isle of Man, and the Chan,
nol Islands. Tbe land tenure of Ire
land was altogether different from that
ot England. The land belonged to tho
sept, not to the chief, or to any of bio
vassals. - This was forgotton or ignored
when the lands of chiefs were declared
forfeited and granted to fresh land
lords. It was not a mere class which
the confiscations disinherited and up
rooted from the soil, but tho entire race
of Irishmen ; und these still cherish
the tradition that tbey are tbe lawful,
owners of the land.
And as if it were not enough to have
divorced wbolo nation from tbo soil
which gave it birth, and which of right
belonged to it, tbe ingenuity ot En
glish statecraft found other means of
completing the ruin ot Ireland. Till
Queen Elizabeth's reign tbe Irish bad
a flourishing trade in supplying En.
gland with cattle. This was supposed
to depreciate rents in England, and
Irish cattle were accordingly declared )
by act of Parliament "a nuisance," and
their importation wat forbidden. There
upon the Irish killed their cattle at
home and sent them to England as
saltod meat. This provoked another
act ot rarliament, forbidding In per.
peluity the importation of ail catllo
irom Ireland, "dead or alivo, great or
small, tutor lean. Nevertheless the
Lord I.ientcnant appealed to Ireland
on behalf ot the sufferers from the
great fire of London. The Irish were
wretchedly poor, and bad no gold or
silver to spare, but they sent a hand
some contribution in cattlo. This gill
tbe landed interest in England resented
in loud and angry tones as "a political
contrivance to defeat the prohibition
of Irish cattle." Driven to their wits'
ends, tlio Irish turnod tbo hides of
their cattle into leather, which they
exported to England. But here too
they were baffied by tha .English Jeal
ousy. I ben tbey look to sheep tunn
ing, and sent excellent wool lo hngland.
Again tho landed interest of England interesting and pleasing lectures ever
took alarm, and Irish wool was do- delivered in Lulhcrsburg. The audi
clared contraband by act of Parliament jence showed their appreciation of the
in tno reign oi mane 11. i he Irish
then manufactured the raw material at
borne and soon drove a thriving trade
in woolen stulls. Tho manufacturers
of England thereupon rose up against
the iniquity ot Irish competition, and
the woolen manufacturers of Ireland
were promptly oxcluded from tbe
market of tuo Continont, Tboywcre,
however, so excellent and so cheap that
the industry still flourished. But En
glish jealousy novor ceased its clamor
against it, and in toe year lo'Ja both
lionses of the English Parliament
petitioned the King to suppress it.
His Majesty replied to the Lords
tbat ho would "tako care to do
what their lordships desired." To the
Commons be said : "I aball do all that
in me lie to disoourago the woolen
manulacture of Ireland. Discouraged
they wero accordingly ; and so ctlectu-
ally that whereas two centuries ago
tbey bold their own against hngland
in foreign markets, I find from an of.
ficial return of 1866 the following tig-
mncant figures: The value ol the
woolen exports ot Great Britain in
that year was 21,795,971 ; that of
Ireland, Tb woolen industry
being destroyed, tb Irish triod their
band with marked success at the man.
ufaclure of silk. From that field also
British joalousy drove them in despair.
But tbey are ft pertinacious race, and
do not readily "say die." So they
tried thoir bands at tho smaller indus
tries, tince all the large ones were ta
booed them. Availing themselves of
Ireland's facilities for the manulacture
of glass they were summarily stopped
by a law which prohibited tbo expor
tation ot glass Irom Ireland, and its
importation into Ireland from any
country save England. Cotton, sugar,
soap, candle making, and othor manu
factures were all triod in turn, and
with a like result. To crush her in
dustries beyond all hope of competition
with Jwlun merchants, all tba Medi
terranean ports were closed against
bor, and she was at length shut out
from commerce with tho whole world,
Old and New, including even our own
colonies. To tuch ft pitch did this
cruel policy, and not more cruel than
stupid, roach, that even tho spontane
ous produco of the ocean which washed
hit shores could not be enjoyed by the
Irishman without the jealous interfer
ence of English interest ; and the
fishermen of Waterford and Wexford
were thought presumptuous tor pursu
ing their calling along their own coasts
bo.aaB., CavaMeoaai t bo Bah tnarkota of
r.ngiana mtgnt ineraoy oo injured.
One solitary industry remained to Ire
land. Sbs was allowed to cultivate
tha linen trade, though "British inter
ests" tried to strangle It also ; and
Manchester in 1785 eent petition to
Parliament sigoed by 1 17,000 persons,
praying for the prohibition of Irish
linens. Tbe voice of reason and justice
lor once prevailed, and Perry, and Bel
fast, and Lisburn Sourish to prove
what the rest of Ireland might now be,
if the purblind champions ot "British
intoroel' hsd not then, as lately,
ignorantly sacrificed to a purely ima
ginary danger the welfare and good
will of an oppressed race. The sins of
nations, of individuals, are sure to find
them out, and we have no Just cense
of complaint if events should prove
that our tins against Ireland are not
yet expiated in full. We robbed the
Irish of their Isnd, and they betook
themselves to other industries for live
IdFood. Of the we robbed them also,
and drov them hack upon th land
exclusively for their Support. Yet we
wonder that there is now a Land Ques
tion in Ireland. The Contemporary
A Cleveland lawyer defending
handsome young lady chargod with
larceny, elosed hit) appeal to tb jury
that : "Gentlemen, yoa may hang the
ocean on a grapevine to dry, lasso an
avalanche, pin ft napkin to the mouth
ot ft volcano, kim th clouds Irom the
sky with teaspoon, throw salt on tbe
tail of our noble Amtnenn eagle, whose
sleepless ey watches over the welfare
ot the Nauon ; paste 'tor rent' on the
moon and stars ; but never lor a mo
m.nt delude Yourself with th ides
that this charming girl i guilty of tbe
obarg preferred against her." The
jury acquitted ber without leaving
ii Y it. L M'cQuqwH.
BRA D Y KD UCA TIOSAL RK
UX10N. The tuoond annual Ro union of the
touchers, scholars.directorsand patrons
of tbe schools of Drsdy towni-bip con
vened in the Lutheran church at
Lutbereburg, at 10 o'clock A. M.,Man b
27 tb, 1840, and wat called to order by
W, S. Lather. An organization was
thou effected by the election of the fol
lowing officers, viz : K. G. Uayt,Prel
dent; Rev. J. T. Gladhill and Matt.
Savage.Vioo Presidents; W.8. Luther,
Secretary ; and A. A. Del. trine, Cor
responding Secretary. Alter some
miscellaneous business, the Re union
adjourned until 1 o'clock. The exor
cises of tbo afternoon were opened
witb prayer by Rev. Gladhill, and were
interspersed withexcellent ninslc furn
ished by Mint Ella Moore, L. E. Weber,
and J Hamilton, Esq. s Tbo exercises
consisted of lectures and papers upon
different topios, which we bave not
" 1 " l'"T" ".''
thoughts that H Ihi rrnieiiibcred tor
.. f ,i . . .
years to t-ome. I be folios urn lupii-s
were considered :
"Salutatory," by Rev. J. T. Gladioli ;
"Duties of Parents," Lewis Schoch ;
"How to bo Brie;" R. E. Jimeson;
"Teachers' Trials," J. T.Liddle ; "Pro.
gross ot Education in Brady," W. S.
Luthor; "Barriers to tho Progress of
Education," . G. Hays ; "ltcluiion of
Education to Government," A. A. D
Larme ; "Course for Graduation In our
Common Schools," J. 1. JlrockUuk ;
"Improvement During Vacation," Miss
Juliet Reed ; "Harmony in 8chool
Work," M. L. McOuown, County
Superintendent; "Mistakeof Teachers,"
1'rof. Ii. K. Weber; "Work ol Hrady
Teachers," Mutt. Savage; "'Memories
of Brady Teachers," V. H. Luther ;
Should School nouses no used lor
other than School Purposes t" Discuss
ed by Wm. Welly, Superintendent Mc-
tjuown, ltev. liladbiu and win. vaie.
EVENING SESSION. '
Notwithstanding tbe continuous
rain during tbe day and evening, the
bouse was hlled at an early hour, the
exercises wore oponed with prayer by
Tbo oponing address was delivered
by Copt. L. B. Caslile. He gave a beau
tiful description of the past and present
of tho schools of Brady, and recalled to
memory many pleasant recollections
of the past. ' Ho was followed by Rev.
J. T. (ladhill, on "Who Should Teach
a Primary Sehool?" Ho earnestly
urged that our best teachers should be
promoted to the Primary School. That
it there is any school that needs a
first class teacher it is in tbe Primary
School. His argument was clear aud
logicul, and deserves tho earnest con
sideration of our school authorities.
The Presidont then introduced Prof.
P. S. Weber, of DuBois, wbo lectured
upon the subject, "Is Knowledge Pow
er?" He spoke for twenty five min
utes in his usual eloquent und original
style, and held '.he attention of tbe
! audience so perfectly that all were sorry
I that bit timo was np. W. S.Luther
introduced Hon, G. K. Barrett, the
j regular lecturer ot the ovening. When
Judge Barrett came to tho front, he
was biirhlv applauded by the audience.
He lectured upon "the improvement
of the Mind."
This was the olimax of
It was one of the most
i lecture by rounds ot applause when the
Judge closed. Resolutions in memory
of J. F. Nolson,Esq., and Mrs. Dr. Kirk,
ex-toacbers of Brady, were passed, and
tbe Ro-uuion adjourned line die, all
feeling happy over the second annual
Re-union ot th friends ol education ot
Brady. W. S. Luther,
BOLL OF HONOR.
The following is ft list of pupils who
have the credit of attending every day
of the school term. Tbe names are
gleaned from reports sen t us by teachers:
Trout Dale school, Bell township
Frank MoGee, '
Pine Grove school, Lawrence town
ship Maggie Dearment.
Montgomery school, Lawrence town,
ship Jennlo Lawhead, Ida McPher
son. (The last named has attended
every dny for the past three terras).
Kails Creek school, Sandy township
Centre tchool, in lioggs township
Helen Albert, Mamie James, Klvs
Kylcr, Harry Woodsidcs, Allen Wood
sides. Rnssol Albert and Maggie Al
bert missed but one day.
New Millport school, Knox town,
ship Mis Elfie Mokel.
Driftwood school, Lawrence town
ship Florence and Helen Porter,
Clara Read, Grace Bloom, Alice Boyd,
White school, Sandy township
W illis Keller.
Decatur school, Decatur township
Annie McKooon, Minnie Gearhart,
Eagle Eye school, Boggs township
Brooks school, Sandy township
George Hirst, Jamos Zsrlman, Sadie
Pcntz, Craylon Punchois, George
Grahamlon school, Graham town
shipWaller Shoemaker, Eddie Shoe
ranker. Mt Joy school, Lawrence township
Zscbariab Ogdcn, Homer Shaw,
Adeiia Conklin, Nancy Ogden, Ruth
Winterburn school, H union town
shipJesse Uilyard, Alice Hilyard,
Hubert school, Union township
Bella Urockbank, Ella Hollopeter,
Marv C. Potior, Mary K. Dunlap,
Emma C. I'enta, Joseph A. Hollopotor,
Frank S. Hollopeter, J. Herbert Penlz,
Kail S. Pent. Mary E. Dunlap has
attended every day lor four successive
Willismscroveschflol, Bradiord town
ship Florenoe Miller, Maggie Rediler.
Lizzie llediler, Mary Jlad, iiowaru
Read, John omitaering. -New
Salem school, Brady town
ship Wm. Drunmond,Cora Kllinger.
Illain Run school, lleearia township
Tress'io Burket, Berti Burket, Min-
. School No. 4, Leonard Graded build
ing, Clearfield A. K. Wright, Courty
Butler, Elsie 8hifer, Lewis Brown,
Harrv Kramer. Robort Wbitohill, John
Taylor, Merritt Caldwell, Ira Pas
more, Clara Gearhart, Jenni Reynold,
Lizzie Cutler, Stella A Id red, W illie r ,
Room No. 3, Leonard Graded School,
Clearfield Minnie , Jjtntch, Bortbft
Moore, Willie Benner, Paul Tate,
James Sutton, Loult tiuinzburg.
Tbe proceedings of th Brady
Teachers' Re union crowd out th
many report received. W bavs, how
ever, given the names of pupils sent
for th "Roll or Honor," and may give
the report next week.
Items From late Report.
t. I. Brook bash .laaoker of New Ralaai aobool. la
Brady township, report, let Banal aaaiag Feb.
Hlh, lfisti Whole n.mbor earelkd, t I a.oraga
attoadaae, 40, per owat. of aiteada.oa, SSj
i.ee no time during aaoolh, 10 i vielia Troon,
dimeter., tf vtetta from pairoat, I0 addmeo.
delmradla sobmLIi paplbj drUleod by ilea
ae, t. Tho eehool M la a toerlahlng eaadltlos.
Sloe nee. Be. baoajlba only drawhaot. Sehool waa
Timed by Ibe Coanly luperlaUadeal, fab. lila
M.mte A. Irela, laaeaw af Frill Rill eabaol, ra
Jor.ee lawn.hla, report, fee mooch aadla Fab.
letb, lt i Whole number enrolled, II a.vag.
ettewo.nen, 1. 1 pot e i of Mleaeoee, IS ,
mieae ee lima darlag moalh,l vteite from
dtrMtare, 1 1 ei.Ha frees no tree a I , sdereeea.
.Ii.ered lo orheol, 1 1 poplle decalBe by H.b
w, t. Tbo aefcwl wea TlXled derlns aeetb by
SO, aad by SepwioUdeet M. L. M.O.wa. Coa
aldmble latareat la mow, It, Mod by papUa t a.
oeboal io progrMelag rapidly.