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LETTER FROM WASHINGTON.
from our Regular Co IT E pendent.
WASHINGTON, D. C., Junefi, 1881.
It is undeniable that tho highest offi
cials of the Republic are uneasy at
the spread of rumors connecting them
with irregular transactions while in
Congress. Your readers will acquit me
of any desire to tell unfounded stories
concerning public men or to retail dam
aging gossip of any kind. Hut it is
within my knowledge, and it seems to
me of great importance, that the most
serious charges are in preparation against
both the Fresident and Secretary of
State. How far the proof will support
them is another matter. If the two
gentlemen had been all their lives free
from suspicion, or had been as little
connected as Mr. Conkling has in the
public mind with the questionable use
of their official influence to secure mon
ey from individuals, I should distrust
all the stories. But every one knows
that they have not been thus free. The
intensely bitter quarrels now raging
within the Republican party will he
pretty sure to bring out proof in regard
to these matters if proof is in existence,
and if half of what is now reported to
be true is substantiated, there will he
many an honest liepublican expressing
his regret in a few months that be did
not vote for General Hancock, whose
character was never assailed in any way
Meanwhile the investigations go on
in the Post-office and Treasury Depart
ments here, and with the occasional re
sult of causing a dismissal. The Sixth
Auditor and his Deputy went this week
for conniving at Star route frauds. The
Assistant .Secretary of the Treasury and
minor officers expect to resign "under
pressure" as soon as Secretary Windom
returns. In truth, there is an amount
of trembling and fear among rubordi
nate officers here at this time that I
have never seen equalled.
There is some comment here, but no
alarming excitement, over the proceed
ings of the "readjuster" convention just
adjourned at Hichmond. The exper
ienced and sagacious politicians of both
parties express no doubt whatever of
the overwhelming defeat of the .State
ticket which has been put in nomina
tion. Col. Cameron, the nominee for
Governor, is a man of marked ability,
but it is not # believed that he will get
any more votes than any other gentle
man who might have been put in nom
ination. If the administration throws
its influence and its patronage on the
side of the ticket it will, of courae, give
it many votes which it could not other
wise obtain, but not enough by many
thousands to secure its success. A gen
tleman who talked with the President
on this subject on Friday represents
him as speaking decidedly in favor of
the ticket, and expressing the hope
that it would be elected. But unless
the President has lost his good judg
ment he will hesitate before giving his
official sanction and countenance to an
organisation which ia looked upon with
disfavor almost without exception by
the reputable and influential elements
of his own party throughout the coun
try. Mr. Blair, the candidate for attor.
ney general, is on record as in favor of
"readjusting" the national debt after
they get through with the work of re
pudiation in Virginia, and it would
look rather strange for the President of
the United .States and the head of the
Republican party to be the advocate of
a man with such sentiments. Repre
sentative Jorgensen, of Virginia, ex
pressed the opinion yesterday that the
Republicans would hold a convention
and nominate a ticket, which is the
view be has always entertained. He
thinks the best policy, however, is to
wait until tho Democrats mako their
nomination*. Ho say* Mabono will jit
Homo of tlio colored vote, of course,
but. uot near *o muoli a* bo imagines.
Ho nay* Mabono will bo raattbod finer
than jjowder before Virginia get*
through with him this fall, ami will
never again be hoard of a* a factor of
cone<|uenco in politic*.
Government receipt* for the present*
week have averaged considerably over
one million of dollar* per day, being
largely in excess of Treasury estimates,
and promising an almost uprccedented
reduction of tho debt during June.
The benefits from Secretary Windom'a
interest reduction do not commence
until July, and will not be fully realized
until August. They then will amount
to about one million dollars per month.
Wo are having the queerest kind of
weather here, bust week tho heat was
very oppressive, and the wealthy were
making haste to leave. This week the
sun, ashamed of his unseasonable heat,
has hidden himself from view, and the
rain, wind and cold have carried us
back to early March. J)o\.
IMPORTANT LKIASLAI ION.
Three IIIIIH nlilrli have been Signed
by the Governor*
SO HOKE |*OOL OR OTHER OA ME* OF IIAV E
TO HE FLAYED FOR DRINKS—FOREIGN
INSURANCE COM I'A NI EH EMPOWER*
EL) TO HOLD REAL ESTATE IN
From tin* Ilnrriil'tirt; Patriot.
The following are tho full text of
three iui|>ortant hill* which have passed
both branches of the legislature and
have been signed by Governor lloyt :
Section I—That if tho proprietor,
keeper, lessee or manager of any saloon,
hotel, tavern, inn, billiard room or other
place of resort or entertainment shall
keep, maintain or permit to be played
u|>on bis premises, or in connection
therewith, or having passage or commu
nication to or witli the siune, the game
or amusement of pool with balls or any
other game of chance, the result or
price of forfeiture of payment in any
form of such game or amusement shall
be by drinks of vinous, spirituous, malt
or brewed liquors or any admixture
thereof, he or she shall be gui'ty of a
misdemeanor, and upon conviction
thereof shall be sentenced for the fir-t
offence to pay a fine of one hundred I
| dollars and to undergo an imprison
ment of not less than ninety days, and
for the second offense to pay a fine of
five hundred dollars and to undergo an
imprisonment of not less than one year :
and any license granted for the keeping
of such saloon, bote), tavern, inn. bit
liard room or other place of resort or
amusement shall, uj>on such second con
viction, be declared null and void by
the court in which the said second of
fence shall be tried. Approved June 1,
A. D., 1881. 11l MIL H. HOYT.
COX(ESKIMO rORXUIN IN-I KIM (COM I'AM IKS.
Section 1 —That hereafter it shall be
lawful for all corporations and joint
stock companies or association* created
or existing under the laws of any other
State or of foreign country for the pur
pose of carrying on the business of in
surance to take hold and enjoy in any
part of this commonwealth either in
its corporate or associate Mas or by a
trustee or trustees, and
premises in which such corporations,
joint stock companies or associations
shall carry on their said business, and to
mortgage or convey the same or any
part thereof, and to lease any part of
the buildings erected thereon not re
quisite for the transaction of their said '
.Section 2—That the title to any real ]
estate in this commonwealth now held
by or in trust for any such corporation
or joint slock company or association
for the purposes aforesaid is hereby con
firmed to the same effect as if the said
real estate had been purchased, held or
owned under the provision* of this act.
Approved June 1, A. lss|.
HENRI M. Ifot T.
RELATING TO THE AM ITERATION Or It-
.Section I—That any and all persons
engaged in tho business of brewing or
manufacture of ale, beer or other malt
liquors, or in the fermentation, distilla
tion or manufacture of any vinous or
spirituous liquors, he and they are here
by prohibited making use in or about
such business or in any such process of
brewing, fermentation, distillation or
manufacture of any poisonous or dele
terious drugs or chemicals of any im
pure or injurious materials or such a*
are prejudicial to the public health or
to the health of any person drinking or
making use of any such malt, vinous or
Section 2—That the use of any such
poisonous or deleterious drugs or chem
icals or impure or injurious materials or
of those prejudicial to health as are
prohibited by the first section of this
act is hereby declared to be a misde
meanor and any person convicted of so
using the same shall he punished by a
fine of one thousand dollars and by an
imprisonment of not less than one year.
Approved June 2, 1881.
HEXRT M. HOVT.
John Sherman Very Much Estranged.
From lb. X.w York Sun.
I met a John Sherman man. He was
in a state of mind not easy to describe.
He had iust seen the Senator, and the
Senator had just been reading what the
papers were saying about Treasury Ie
--partment irregularities, including the
things his new house had on at public
expense. If ever there was a man just
ly mad it waa John, I've known him
about twenty-five years, but never saw
bim so furious hefors. "What the Oar
field Administration means I don't un
derstand. So far it's done nothing but
smut Hayes's Administration, and it's
about made out, I suppose, that every
member of his Cabinet ought to be in
the penitentiary. I don't see it's done
much else yet. 1 suppose ther* were
some irregularities, as there slwaye are,
but Garfield, after cheating me at Chi
cago, seams to think he must make me
out ii thief when Secretary of the Tress
nry." That's what Inmost John said,
anil I'm thinking ho'll imiko it liottcr
for (inrliehi yet than any jilaco spoken
of in the new vesion.
from tll I'lillxlntplilii Tiiih-ii.
Tlio Readjusters begin their campaign
tor the control of the State of Virginia
to day. Neither one of the old politi
cal parties linn yet hud its convention,
nor wdl another convention be held for
many weeks to come. Tho nominee of
the Readjusters is Mr. William K. Cam
eron, of Petersburg, a stall' officer with
Mtthone in tho Confederate army and a
political supporter of the Senator since
1877. Mr. Cameron, however, does not
ati'ect the canvass one way or the other.
He represents Malione and, so fur us
the people of Virginia are concerned,
Malione himself might as well lm the
It iit evidently the intention of tho
Kcudjusters to begin the campaign thus
early in order to make such inroads
upon the negro vote thai the leaders of
the Republican party of tho State will
not call a convention. There really
aeonis to be some dunger of the defec
tion of the negroes. It is certain that
the race was never dealt with so justly
and fairly as it has been by Malione
and his party. The negroes who at
tended the Richmond Convention were
treated precisely like the white dele
gates. The real leaders of the lb-pub
lican party of Virginia, however, realize
that to unite with Mahonc, would mean
their political destruction. Republi
cans elsewhere have allowed themselves
to ho unduly gratified by some of the
generalities of Malione'* platform, In
their joy over declarations in behalf of
the State charities, equal and uniform
taxation, and of a free ballot, they seem
to lose sight of the resolution in favor
of the Riddleberger repudiation bill.
The Republicans of Virginia, however,
know too well the real purpose of Ma
hone and his followers to be led oil* by
the too apparent effort to bring the two
parties together on propositions that
are indefinite and may mean nothing,
I in order that tho scheme of repudiating
the State debt may bo carried through.
If Mahone succeeds in capturing so
much of tho ignorant Republican vote
of the State as to leave such men as
William Wickham and Representa
tive Jorgensen without a following, he
will have accomplished what he failed
of by his uncompleted bargain with the
Senate Republicans,—he will have ar
rayed the ignorance and corruption ol
Virginia against its prosperity and in
telligence. This is precisely what an
alliance between the Readjusted and
the Republicans for the election of
Cameron means, and precisely what the j
Republicans, who are possessed ol intel
ligence and conscience, have to guard
The Readjusted are indisputably in
favor ot repudiating a jiortion of the
State debt. It is a waste of time to 1
argue that a pro|>osition such s the
Riddleberger bill, to forcibly reduce tlio I
debt of the State from $IO.(IKO.<l(JO to
$20,(100,(Ml, is repudiation. It bears its
characte.r on its face. It pro|iose to 1
wipe out about halt of the Mate debt, j
Innocent purchaser* of bonds are to!
suffer. Meritorious creditors of the
■state are to go unpaid. The only an ;
swer made by the Readjusted is that !
the lieniocrats or Ilourbons have never
provided for the payment of the debt.
That is true or there would not !>e the
accumulation of unpaid interest that
now swells the grand total of the debt.
Neither, it may also tie stated, did the
carpet-baggers and negroes, when they ;
were in power, provide for the pay
ment of the debt. Rut, however that
may bo, Mahone's charge against the
l>emocrala does not help him. He and ;
In* party avow their dishonesty and
they have now driven the liemorrats to
such strong utterances of their desire
to pay every cent of the debt that there
is no escape for them but in honesty.
It ought to be borne in mind, too, that j
the Readjusted propose to tepudiate
some $.7,000,000 of the debt because it
represents interest that accumulated
during the war on the ground that it is
a debt due an enemy. I>o the Repub
licans of Virginia desire to endorse
that proposition 7 ('an the paltry gift
of the Lieutenant Governorship nomi
nation to ex Senator lewis reconcile
them to it 7
There is one ground and one ground
only for the Republicans of Virginia to
stand upon. They must stand alone
and in favor of tlje honest payment of
every cent of the State debt. It may
be that on thent will sooner or later
rest tho credit of the State. The power
of the State will not long be their* if
they gain it by an alliance with repudi
Thai Xcn llook.
Tho New York (Msenrr thinks tho
New Testament revision the most val
liable contribution of Ribhcal know)
edge which has been made within the
last two centuriea. It will at once stim
ulate the reading and study of the
Holy Scriptures, confirm faith, ailence
cavil, clear up the obscure and alto
gether "shall accomplish which I
please.'" On the other hand, in Eng
land there ia a chorus of disapproval
over the change* which in the Gospels
average nine to each five ver*e*. and in
Epistle* three change* to each verse.
Elaborate criticism* appear in most of
the daily paper*, all condemnatory, and
convicting the revisers of disregarding
their pledge* to introduce the fewest al
teration* po#*ible. These articles quote
score* of example* where the changes
were purely frivolous and capricious,
and denounce the self opinionated schol
arship of the motley combination of
theologian* and professors which has
disfigured, mangled and made unrecog
nizablc some of the noblest passage* in
the Hible. Other papers express in
similar terms regret, grief and astonish
ment at the revisers' wanton disregard
of the reverence and love felt by the
English people for the existing text,
saying that the revisers may know
Greek, but not English, and protest
against defacing the noblest monument
or English prose. It is understood that
an act of Parliament is required to en
force the use of the new version by the
Established Church. The Government
has no intention of proposing such an
r The next annual meeting of the
, Pennsylvania State Millers' Association
will bo hold at Pittsburg during the
State fair in September.
Th Pennsylvania Editorial Associa
tion will go to Long branch this month,
and will meet at tho Continental Hotel,
Philadelphia, on tho evening ol the
1 A charter haa been granted to the
Tioneata Railroad Company to extend
its track front Tioneata to Sheffield,
Warren county, a distance of thirty live
miles. The capital is (800,000.
Malarial fever is developing itself
along the Juniata and Susquehanna.
It is rather early to commence the ma
larial campaign. Ijuinine may run out
before the season terminates.
The Philadelphia and Reading Rail
road Company ha* decided to substi
tute green lights for red as a color for
danger signals, for the reason that
green can be seen at a much greater
distance than red.
The barn of Jacob Moyer, east end of
Sugar Valley, was struck by lightning
on Sunday, 2'Jth of May ami destroyed
by lire. No live stock was burned. A
barn on this same spot was struck by
lightning and burned about a year ago.
Michael Fisher, of Altoona, was work
ing at n sand bank on Friday, when the
top of the batik caved in, burying him
• about three feet underneath the debris.
, A man was fortunately passing by and
I dug Mr. Fisher out, otherwise he would
I probably have been buried alive.
The estate of the late Asa Lacker has
j been inventoried at $6,578,874. The
j hulk is composed ol railroad securities,
which, owing to their enlarged value at
the present time, increase the estate to
$7,846,055, upon which there has ac
! cumulated an income of $471,02-'!.
There i a little boy in Milton, 8 or
'.l years of age, who was born without
knee caps, in walking, he is unable to
bend bis limbs, ami move* as though he
was walking on stilts. The little fellow
I gets over the ground quite lively, how
; ever, considering his unfortunate afflic
Mayor King is not going to permit
| the explosion of firecrackers in I'hila
; delphia on the 4th of July. With the
fires, tlie deatfis, and the general dan
ger from the popular method of cele
i brating our national birthday, it* an
i nual return is looked to by thougbtlul
j people with just apprehension.
Governor Hovt has issued a charter to
tlie Water flap and Schuylkill Railroad
Company, the line to run from Potts
vilie, passing through Schuylkill, Car
bon und Monroe counties to the Hela
ware Water (lap. The road is to be
sixty-five miles long and tho capital
stock of the company three million
| dollars. Henry Whelen, of Philadcl
phia, is president of the company.
Specula! lie l.lfe Insurance.
'<onrAXir.* tii it si rsT 80 era < kvt. or
t< eii-ts is ciaaexT nrisNstv
Some interesting statements concern
i ing the growth of the speculative life
j insurance mama in this State have been
! submitted to the Legislature in the I
j eighth annual rejiort of insurance Com- ,
tamoMr J M. Poster. He shows that
, during the last year 13 1 companies have '
| been incorporated. <i this number ;
twenty-nine are located in I>auphin i
| county, including fourteen in Harris
burg, eighteen in Snyder county, thir 1
I teen in Northutnberland county, eleven ]
in Schuylkill county, eight in j
county, eight in Rerk* oounty. six In i
York county, seven in Terry county,
five in I'nion county, three in each of
the counties of Columbia. Juniata, A<l -
am* and Philadelphia, two in Mercer
county, two in Bradford county, two in
! Clinton county and one in each of the
! counties of Montour,( umherland, Lack !
awanna, Luzerne, Huntingdon, Mont
gomery, Centre and Wyoming. Out of
the large numlwr of these companies
in the State only forty two reported to
the department their business for the
year. 'These reports show that the forty
two companies had a total income from
applications, assessment* and miscella
neoue sources amounting to $1,353,988.-
74. which was *ll expended excepting
the sum of $3,218,74 The sum of $906,-
867.67, or 67 per cent, of the entire in
come, was used in the payment of death
claims or returned to members: the
sum of $96,698 64, or 7 per cent, of the
income, wa* paid to officers: the sum
of $.'42,889.93, or IS per cent, of the
income, was paid to agents, and the
sum of $101,313.76. or 7} per cent., was
paid for general expense*. Thus it ap
pear* that in tho aggregate more than
12 |er cent, of the money collected by
these companies was absorbed by the
expenses of management.
Twenty three companies organised in
1880, and 80 per cent, of the money
collected was expended in giving the
concerns a fair start. The Commission
er arrive* at the conclusion that "the
main purpose of the*e companies ia not
the selection of good lives, but the aelec
lion of bad lives. The nearer the grave
the better the risk. Those having rea
sonable prospects of an early demise
are alone wanted. This is worse thsn
lotteries, faro tables and other forms of
gambling denounced as immoral and
punished by fine and imprisonment.
It is gambling in human life, and fur
nishes the strongest incentive to worse
crimes. It is using the name of life in
surance as the convenient cloak lor lot
teries in which greedy gambler* cheat
one another with stakes upon the lives
of venerable paupers.
"There is no expectation of writing
these companies down. The most ab
solute demonstration of their fallacy ia
powerless to convince those whose in
terest it is not to be convinced, or those
infected by the gambling mania. The
delusion must have its day. Nothing
but sad experience will bring convio
tion. Like theoi! excitement, the fever
must run its course until the victims of
this delusion regain their sense* with
the return of empty pockets, and won
der how they could have beer so easily
cheated. The multitudee who main
tain these companies by their contribu
lions must ultimately discover the de
The point is brought out that, al
though the act of 1876 requires the co
operative life companies to pay to the
State a $5 license fee for each of their
soliciting agents, the requirement is
very generally disregarded.
te- We manufacture the best OVERALLS in the country.
Call a at I examine them.
BAITLAND & NEWMAN.
"She initiate that it ia more import
ance, that her family *houl'l be kept in
health, than that *he abould have all
the faahionahle dreaaea and alyle* of
the time*. .She therefore reca to it, that
each member of her farnilv ia aupphed
with enough Hop Bitter*, at the firnt
appearance of any aymptorn* of ill
health, to prevent a fit of kickneaa with
ita attendant expenae, care and anxiety.
All women ahould exerciae their wiadorn
in thi* way." Nem Bm ■ n PaUa U tm.
I'IIIUM ILI Hlt, June e, I**l.
Wwra va* a Inn btiß( la Banrj vluat i. adieu. M
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Family Singer Sowing Machine.
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Adriance Reapers & Mowers,
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HROAP CART ORAIK IIRILEA. THRKSHIXti MA
CHIRR*, WIARD Cllll.LKl' riXIWp At .A-
Wp ala fl* peardaJ atteottpo to RKFAtRIKO, and
aroald aollrtt Ihp patr.rf.aet nf tb.p *-
atrln* an. thin* la tb* Itap of ImplptatfiU aad Hp
'binpry of rtpr* doarrtntion
OOHIMiN A LANDIB,
l* tf HKI.I.ErONTK, fA.
"MOTICE ia hereby given, that let
i-V ten of adaunlatraltoa oti tb aatat. >4 Wfkana
W Rark docnaar E lata of MaHne v<*mabl|t, (VaU*
ppttt. Pa, hat t Wa *rantd *n tbt andtratcatpl.
All pnnaa IttdrlM to tatd dp. lia.il .1 ant rp<,atHtd|b
teakp ttnaindiatp payment, and peraoaa harta* <laima
aa<aai tbt (add dprpaatd 11l prnaret <h da!*|ati
t ben Orated for aettitn.tr t
WILUAM R RV> K.
|M J R. LORO. a Ip. 11.ndrat.aa
1 riHTou s NOTR E
jIY In tbe mattor af tb. al*nmeat of JOHN W.
fHOLI, la the Onarl nf Onmatna rioat of tVatra oaam
ty. No. 24. Jaaeary term. J**n
The undertgned, an auditor appointed
by the Ooart of (VmRKn. Plena of Oeotra ' * uat*, to
mob* dtatrtlmttoa of tbe Iplat. . m tbt band. '4 the S
aaataeee bs aad o enrn* tbee Ityally entitled thmeta
•HI meet tbe partlea la Intertat al bta ..(Roe la the
h.dP*n*h <4 Belief..,.!*, on TfICAPAV, the 31 >1 day of
J litre. I*l. at Ift n'rlork, A. B. at a bleb time and
(dace all parttm tatoreaded at attend
IMa H A M. KRR, Atadltar.
AtiKKT FOK THK
MORRIS A IRELAND SAFE,
f 8 prepared to furni*h tbe same cheap
I and tnll radar to thnee bn bare then, la am j-
L L Bran, f. 0. Rtcbard, Prank morar aad Ibari.
Aampbt a* CM b# •**■ at tdbr, hi RalMbMa.
tt-4w KD VAUOdUS.