Bradford reporter. (Towanda, Pa.) 1844-1884, October 28, 1869, Image 2

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- - -Frost has been gene:rafthrough
out Georgia. .
—A itinable silver• minus beau
Aiscarozidin.4.exascky.
—Land in Alabama: lhaai•advarieed
103 paypont. in tiro yepxs.
• :•—A. newl,y-inadci baronekitEtig
land, is known as Sir .Titus Slit. 1
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—Ohin4se teEils'sold iris Alio - bin*
sa sore ware for chil 0 ls, ' - I • •:••‘ ' •
—Atlanta, Oa.,- luts been allnoi
onttrely rebdilt Shift tholter.
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- -The lowa Quakers have entered
the Tefatin field itgust tobt4oo.' .
~ Eifility..ibeaWiraie been de.:
aimed by are in ,ilme - rici and Europe since
1768.' _ 1
—The. &iliac= .ctop in / Spence!,
Wa-vic and Dubois einitios. ladisaa, 13, Oot-
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—A - colony of 'tvitintY , as s ao2tt
setts fail: alai have seiti out agentetollittemeioti
to purc4ass lan&
—Madison, =be
health.* plazn nut single itileriumg Kok platio
iLizoin4Yweok.
lowa girl, • supposed td hash
be,2 dead, Rsa rostorod i branAPPlkOna of f
galvanjF batted.o.
—Two' young men both took out a
1t0:m.41 to-many' the same Nelquakate,
lowa.
--Sister Celia. Superior of.. hhe
Sihters of Prolidonco atlndianspolit, is, also i
sfiitvr of Gen. BanlL
—lu exporting. liyiz g 034 . tia,4l.
J4pane‘e wrap tfie roots in zarxtura of 0
and cirrotagrounii,t9gethar.'
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.=-The 'Hon.'. 'dohn. 11.--lielpna,. oX
Tern., Peatniester-Ganbral of the late 1
bag Jotted the Methodist Chunk.; ", • . k
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—Two of Gen. ..lintler's children
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r•bikti from New York • lbr Etirope 'on SatordaY p
shil will bo educated in Germany.
—They have fat.men's race - •in
Montana. Coh daimon,: also htradred ant 2
thirty it. milder, took s prin • tko othes day.
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• —Father Hyaninthe; npou ma ar
rival in Ei)stcm, will reselve a ribliti .walciona
from a pal-trot EyangaliOackrigyvtan.
—lt is i intimated that there is s
large treaatrr of gold - and stherinuiottlti#4
5 -abeam of ttio town of .)lindon, A.L.- • . .
—The Empress Eugenie, when
traveling en ilia sob, wears • Roanliar •kital'of
cmif.,tra, resembling b a faisieruno way that of
a naval Oleo.
—The sheriff. his deputy and the
district clerk at Victoria, Texas, aro all =dee
arrest, charged .with the release of a prisoner
trie.lt,g. murder, - ' I .
—Near Paaucah, Ky., there *xi
immense deposit of clay onitable for tho
facture' of do:low : aro. which is shipped to fit.
Lou!" and einritusti.
—The Sultan has dismisse4' hie
Seen:tan. of the Treaaary beeanso that consa
entionalanetioaary &anal tf),inplty himirith
Ilieleat pock& money.
Califontia priblimh•t_p told Mark
Twain, when Lu wroto his , first article, that ho
hadn't brains enough to a node going
straight in it ten acre lot.
,In undertaker :raring ainut -
ini , nt4 to let pobitell his La!, ni) Pe the cAltns is
the window; announcing, "1. lig t rnp for tinlVe
gentlenien.". (Hone cigat:
Gogg i the Lunen tAhle
Immte of a lady who diwn-Ltaad on the 'emanci
pation -a her ex hew victr,ro Hugo' and
ollit.rs, at the reeaut pc..ev macting at (I,•ttava:
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—A. young man in Elkton, Nary-,
land, Murdered a negro. The jurythought it
"aa unfortunate eau.," and &matted tha psis:
°n o r on account of his previous **tractor.
--A Negro_ woman in Cynthiana,
was seized with a pain in her thumb which
greatly and caused death on tho follow
ing evening, It is said to have been infltniama
t,my.rliganuktism..
—A quarry of the highest quality
ui itthoJraphic stone has jut boon dlaco'nned'
apon a farm five miloatrom St. Louis. Litho=
grorhers prononncoit eqnnl to ,the col°,
bratelSamisn atono.
—A Berlin antiquary claims 4)
hvre reteical the coffin in which Juliet WU
buried at Verona, and recently gave a party,
'aim+ NAksPeare'a pL y traaread overtheitlleg
ed r‘atailis of Rococo's inamorata.
citizen. of Belvidere, 111., , pne
io.,rning last week, discovered a skunk in his
rtotry, lying asleep on the floor. He procured
some eliliroform, dragged the animal, and re
tuorod him without didiculty. •
—The British 'Dialectical Society
hits given up • spiritual inctottigakion, and puts
forth a book in which it is urged thst no finuly
shall contain more thin throe children; if more
come, the =cells tabonmrdered.
,—New Eitimpshire N . slll yoto on the
question of eatablishlng a State pOlkie oirthe
9th of November. The tentritz people of
Stato ire holding peelings, • to create a
public sentiment m pf slac a force.
—kocur in Dunkirk, N. Y.,Teoent
ly presented ita owner with two spotted nehmen,
au exaotly alike in site, shape and the diatribn
bon of eelore—whito and red--as abaolutel7 to
be undiatingniahable from each nttiOn;
—M. Barbey 4rAuxisTille }sites liie
"onpv" for the printers In' ink'orvationi colors.
Oro line is blank then its a line hi bine, and
green, red and violet follow in order. The,esp
nal lettere are written in ink of a special color.
—lt is now the.' custowin.France,
among the country gentlemen, in seuduig invi
tations to their friends to ;visit there, Ili their
chateaus, to state not onty the day when the
vi,dterii are to' cclne but the • length of time
they are expected to stay.
—The Ban &or Whig. ► - says. that
within the city of Portland, •Meaudit *lnuit
of ten wiles around it, , there a about twenty
brick yanle, , which produce shoat 20,000,000
'bricks per year. Thoy 'aro all operated in the
old-Snahicuaed way r except .the steam work, at
Strotaivater. •
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—At a short diStauce -from Rilra+
drllt•sa an immense natural grotto,
.entirely
tilled with stalactite columns Of greabbeauty,
has just boos tlisoorerod •by some English
miners. Famines °Mond hi different direoUms
for more than a league. Tourista 'declare Ibis
cavern to be ono of the meet biesutiftd hi thi
--4 he Democratic nominee for
sheriff in Pond du Lao made the fonewhigic
ceptation speech: Gentltmen--I haw served
you as Olean' one term. I regard this nomina
tion as an imdonsoment of my °Metal sandurt.
I cannot make *peach or preach, but,when
this convention is over wo will all go down to
Itnpp's and take a driftL"
—Gen: Toombi, recently reported
at the point of death, was at last accounts try
ing eases before the Superior post of HUI*
eock county, Gs. •
—Mr. David' Thompson, a well
known grape grower of New - York, tuts calkd a
now and delicious varlet of the vine the
lion. Horace Greeleyl3. -
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—TII6 'salutiticut,. "How do7ol]
do really means, " How do yen 'Wrise the,
stniond "do* being really the obsolete Baran
ord "dew," meaning to thrive. •
—An editor in 'New Jersey brinks
trelhiquentinticnliors ;to -his (make by
'raking obituary notices of when they
have paid up arrears, ho contradicts thezePork
of tlosedea by saying they were only "dead
twabi.." -
Lk Wisconsin paper alleges .that
thei Keret nt tbn *moms oUChicago fieinipaPer4
lies in the tact that . every man, and woman in
the town takes 010.1`f paper, tor tear a divorto
imito in 'which they are interestodteayboymb-1.
halted and they not find it out. - - •L• !
—William Beach IlaWienee; was
in in:lanced at tho Bristol enteibn; of the Btitish .
tiiocio Science Congress, -received' public COW,
reinentefrom the presiding officer and from;
die Stsffardliorthcote on his ascent edition of
Wheattoes Internatiored Lww.
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—A majority of the Chinese 'wa
Mutt who now arri ve at San Friinciscei are the
t mu already established in the State.
and 'bring-with them their children and house
holdgoods, and settle dowti 'with their hns
bands to, an liceesl •
The Boston thitintal says that
one Of the , ending. pOttslot-NowEtufbred do.
rives Invite Income from a gravel vannwhieb he
nem& then lie doe% trim id; literary prodno
t ow. It Irrnkf bo interesting to know how
math ho derive. from the "gravel
bark.'• . '
—Catharine Beecher, the okkit of
the race, is 112 ream cAd. she was betrothed
ksty
ykr yttrrik i'ery bawd vro:rog seborar,
who is still reasoiribsted—Prof. %Ow, of Tide
College: And he havitig beret• lott yes, Nits
• lietthor Terrott..ed *high , an her Ufe.
The Graed Jery, now in musical
at ric wfmrgh , have iixlittml Warm Irenoreolor
*to torir4Al rf Atotillttpt RoUot, of Port
/ink,
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it I ; tport
R. 0. GOODRICH.
Towanda, Thttraday, Oot, 28
THE LEGISLATURE AND IT
ANTS. ':l7/
The followin i k article w i lkieh
in the Harrisburg Telegraph of
Ne L
rwmalte...cpSains,sa 4anc4.sound
'!sense that nrq transfer it Mire t c . our
'171 . ;'` . 1".....r..4 • - •
::Colt111112.13:
"The 'victorious - Republicans all
over tlikifiete,/while execrating the
enmity of
those 4 leaf *publican journals which
damned orir„tioiet; with faint praise,
ure lkisd and ;earnestiin cortmendrl
tion of such neiripapers as stood up
-4031101 W-the 'wort - 'of' defending
the . priAcil4el an , a
,our nob*
Oiey'of‘
party, and in fear/pas deonunciation of
the villanies of the oppositiou'r ,Con-•
ipieuerni in. honor , for• - ,having done
11`'StitiidIttoS str-
Pleir Inn antr. 4o • a •
bu, .
Pittsburg Gazette !
*A4iFctED I Rri s commi. the Tiog4
.elgiteko, ithinaiVest 'Chester , Rcpublia.
an; the *Beaver - Ruelicalii and many .
Otttetii throughont'theState.;,,:'
`,`That' the mere perl'opnance of a'
clay 1 'sliguld forth eutinalunUi
world; under ordinary eircAnustanees ?
seem surprising; but when •we '' >
member the large nunil4 of tiiaitorii
in oiir 'canip who control the columns
of journals, nominally Republican;
and contemplate their treasowto oar
pinky in', the 'late desperate
work
- the' praise Which honest comi
mande is high indeed, and should be,
given with an unsparing hand.
_"But while we'• applaud *hat .htli•
been nobly . (unti,,the hiiyeitt
*add fairini tln RiOwliackers of
the ReptNican press who , ,curse oui
ranks with their 'Presence.- Their
mode of fighting' ,if Toss,ible t
more'dishonorable 4hen their Mere
opPosition. to.; otq . party. ,To assail
the candidate for ,Goveinot or' Su
preme Judge would,noibe , tolerated
for an instant, And their cowardly in
stinct WarirS'thein' lgaiiist any Piglit
winch bring face to .
danger.
..They 'therefore seek . out
some point of assault when- an inn.
personal 'opposition may be indulged
and so escape the cowl:hides out'
rage eondidates and the condemna
tion of the party,
-in pursuance of this plan: the Leg-,
islature has beenthe - one - object of,
vituperatiOn and abuse . ; Flil - re are
ono hundred and thirty-three people
assailed, and no one of the number,
feels called on to resent' the outrage.,
That this is , a Buie dodge' thin , ha
shown; raul. ,
saieV'is all theSe
era d e sire The diatribes against the
Legislature carefully avoid names
or acts: They as carefully avoid ex-.
onerating any of the body rho are
above, suspicion of, wrong doing.
And thus the noun of multitude cov
ers a mandeld wrong without secur
ing n single •reform, by abusing en
ma - we.
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"gamy member or number of mem
bers of the Legislature are deserving
of public chatitisenient, let them suf
fer; I:outlet the Punishment fall upon
the . guilty. and 14, the nplight be vin
dicated. No one is capable of defend
ing so vague anti 'irresponsible a
charge as this against a whole delib
erative body; tuid,.seeing the coyness
of these assailants in Cobain't?, to the
point of itemisation, we propose to
say a few words concerning-the good
which the much abused Republican
Legislatures of the past few years
have done to this State.
"A supereerviceable zeal for the
Candidates whom. they. dare not at
tack--by which, theSe Bushwhackers
Manage to retain their place in our
. pe&ty:—has Made it the fashion to at
tribute : to •the exeetitive off:were elect
ed•-by the people and • chosen by the
Legislature, the entire honor . 'of ,our
wise, adminstration of the affairs of
the Stat'. Our debt is beingraPialY
red and : and We Are hart doTie hear:
ing ths L under the administration of
Caroms and GEARY, and by the sa
gacity of Iswrs; and'Akcs4 this good
result is being Obtained- Very well.
We have no wish to dettectirom the
credit due to any good officer, but
'wecatinot endure' that the I, 's.t of
these should be."dressed in borrow
ed robes." Take par present admin. ,
istratum for - example.; clev. GEARy
is an itinight min. Geri: Harritsir
is incorruptible, . 4r. AfACitiv
more fiisancial ability than any form
at State Treasurer, and to this extent
they are admirable exective' officers.
Each is entitled to full, praise, and
wel:terebi bear ultneas to their faith
fulness ' and: ability. But"we also
claim that their very litotes for the
'places they fill
,so will are lint .proof
of the wisdoni of 419 Peoplein select
ing Qum and HAirruturr, and of the
Legislature in. 'choosing Mammy to
administer their trUstii.
' "The 'Legislature - of Pennsylvania,
with ;all; the, dirt flung 'Ton - them,
levy the taxes through ehich we de•
rive our income... l They make the ap
propriations which carry on our GOT
lreep tie outlay
within theinc'onle-largely, and they
order,thatthe.surplua shell be appli
sed-Ao the-'exttnctitin 'Of the debt.
GLUM antsprize tl;st collection
of a dolla%' e=cept,i>l 5 ;44( v tp the
law. which Abe have
Raly3oll.- Hserearirr*ntilaitt!crify
to order the payment . of a dOlEvi
havenet appropriated. 3Lesini dare
not.fiiii out a*t they ' arena. au
thorised.- And the who: , a three are
bound, by the sopremP thoritY of
the Legildature, to apply he hiillance
to'the r paymentOf the b' te debt. in
exact conformity with ti4J. law :-they
have laid doivn.
Not one 'of these Rafthwhackers
has the hardihoixi te, deny these factS,
nor the ho tarty to Publish this arti
cle. licit the people may see at a
glance tLs the abase besPed on 'the
Le~tre of PermaylVania Uenq9-
EDITORS
8. W. A
iy-defittea- , the party-
unionized conspiracy against the
ballot box:" That highe4 prerop
tire of the citizen, which
..Eneentee • freeman's will
As lightning dies the will of God.
in the elttimation of the moderaDem
ocrat, has no sac,rednesti, .andis look
ed upon - only ns the ,means bY 'which
offices are to be Bemired' To heep
the.ballet-bes pure and initiollthlti r
no Concern of , the Democracy. It
seems if the first ,thoughts, and the
l `most strenuous laborie of the leade7
of that party were given to the Means
by which Meet votes can, lie "
and fraudulent returns mannfactrir
ed. In the city of New York this
rascality has reached'a point almost
incredible.. The leaders of the 1 4 4 . 3 43 4 '
who in that city control all lriihrichee
-1•of its governiakent i . who take Mugge.
of the lialletliokea, ormrnipnliteth
rretarns, can give for the Democrati c
candidstes as' huge majoritiesas they,
deem expedient or necessary: , It" i 1
corteeded 14 1 411 fafr initidedSsen that
the majority . given in that - Stete .fer
Democracy, fa .fro th
,
fraudulent votes cast in the city... •
We were faetetlrifting to It sibitai
condition - of things 'in Penneylvarria,
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and but foi the... Registry law of last
winter, ;Philadelphia ; .would have
shown at the. late :election, .majority
enough' for P . p.erate • to have secured
his' election :_ ''And more; could' the
Derneeracy. but isiesre the 4tate GOT,
erementr. and • the .I.egisiatune, the
they would: sweep away all the *habi t
deb to illegal voting, 'and Philadel l
phis Weald rival' New York - in,. the
character and extent of her ketion
frauds. The people •of the ,country
may well congratulate themselves
upon their narroW escape from the,
first step towards , such 5 clis cm ter, se
cured by the election of Repribliean
governor and Supreme Judge. The
late eleetiom has demonstrated the
necessity, and efficiency of such a law,
and we litipti that emningleglelaturtla
will emend it, if it neet.l. - i'Amendmenq
so,. as, to make its • provisions still
-more efficient in preserving the purl
tty Of.the ballot-box. ' -
The Conspiray of the Democracy
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appear's not only in the maunfectur
Aug of, • coffee-eelered Ufttliidintion
papere, but in opposition tot every
proposed Measure which is calculated
to make a fair and free eqpression - of
popular will at the polls. Whenever
a measure is proposed calculated to
prevent illegal voting, the Democra
cy, as represented by their leaders
and legislators, universally and unan
imously array themselves against it.
They have no confidence in the free,
honest, untrammeled voice of the
people. Their forte is in stuffing the
ballet-bosee, end Nalkillactu.ring 911e
gal returns. • They declaim against
the obstacles which are put in the
way of unlawful voting, and ,cry' out
against the checks enacted topreverit
frauds. The party . etittulti,tseli-con 7
deemed from this persistent opprd-;
tion to all measures proposed to
preserve the elective, franehiie from'
knavery and corruption. •
The Harrishime -Patrfel geoa even
further in its conspiracy against the
ballot-box. In the chagrin and
appointment of defeat it . proclaims
the necessity and propriety of anoth
er Beck . hot War! ,That is , defeated
at the polls it conesele ftilislance to
the will of the Majority, force.
This, though it may be the wildirriv
lugs of a lunatic,, is notable as being
an indication how little regard the
Democracy has for the pot:Attar
or how little respect for law and or
der. Theleaders of that party would
set aside the popular verdict, because
it was not rendered in their favOr, by
invoking the aid of desperate. men.
They would pliihge the Commonn
wealth-into all the , horrors of civil
war, to prevent the - inauguration of
a 6overnor, chosen by the people!
Don't get . alarmed, clear reader.
There isn't, the..slightest danger of
such desperate counsels being marri
ed into 'effect. oov. Geuu 'will
.
again take the , oath of office, with the
usual civil and military display, and
make as good a Governor for his 'sec
ond term, as he has for three, years
prst t Shoirld his life be spared te . the
State, But the hara.suggestiee, with
reference to the exciting time known
as the Buckshot-war, shows the ani-,
mes of the writer, and bevy Willing he
would be to let loose the tad Men,
whose - illegal practices so materially
swell the Democratic vote.' .. • _
—The allusion of our Itarribiaerg
botemporary to the Buckshot, war of
1839, calls up the history of, that
memorable incident, which fora time
threatened the most serious conse-.
quenees. The;contest for Governor,
in 1839 wa,s between JOSEPH BrrNEB,,
who was: lected in 1835, and DAVID
R. PORTER. The deepest passions of
the Commonwealth were aroused by
a series of issues of momentous Inv !
portance. The Democracy,, defeated
in 1835 by their diesensions,'were in- .
tens ely •auxiona to regain theirivont-
ascei, 'ency. The Masons Were
eager to r.renge what they
.deenied
unjust oppression: Reformers de.l
desired to secure a' fair teat, for the
r. 7 !led leetirres of the near Constitu 7
'and to tairify,- t i he . ebiatow.
Questions connected with, the men
agement of the public 'Works, the free
'school system; rind thell3nited Stites
Bank, added hide*
• 4citementy to
the conllict;and ris the candis
dates for Goveruor.had been subject,-
ed to scurrilous and vituperative
'personal attach of every description.
no *monk was w4t.tiNc, to awaken
Must Pees the Bnal Milf_depensict
upon the official count of the returns,
and this was surrountlgti*ith &UM'
by the contesting &thus of rival Can
didates for the LegislatereW!
al!3JPhi!': lie .
Democratic applicents part*
'would gain - control Of 'the Howse, p,*
by their rejection -the,
would retain ' Peel
ing ran so high that for it
organizations were ' 7: 7
claiming. to be legal.
of these difficulties the, littiladekkh4
Democracy sent to Harri 4 sbureltnit;
delegations of its fights gloss, 4thite
tiny, alle g ing;tha, th - ei -
sought tt'i overawe the'ltegietatitm by
force, appealed, ; but in rain,, to the.
Nationateorernment for trove to
aid in tilgiriiasing this outbreak, and
Cke , calle d the militia to aid in'
I the 'ii - ait,il4taucto of order. It is der
Scillt eten`4t , tbia day, to predict the
reistdtvif a fen— of the 'Whip and
fititildinions in the - House not
OPP frttgl, kfMt ! an d; ,by uniting with
Alfp ??PoloA R.e ftts, fllred o Democrat l
is organization, of. the, Leititiature,
which wisp &Hewett:byl,ol4 th 4
gu - bernatoriat'voto
,Onti c rely . s4isfac
tort' to:the DePPcit4; o4 a Peace'
futobliegotaoti of peworly the anti
Masonic administratierL rc •
Thitt' attempt to "treat the 40161
it if , had never . lioe3; lief, a ilk
IxttlAy t likir kepditio'n, however tough
the Patriot may adrecate - ita iteeesci
ty. , °Onion walittot teleiate
for 'tt -tuoment, ' any proposition ;eq
inianstrOns and dangerciitsiiitictipr
octet.- The good.,f,c-beenhd, love of
law - and order of thexeople, will 14=
'buke even the insane 'invitation to,
ViOi3llCV
Billfaiineni ruaY .rest 494 1 ) - I
city. , They will not be,' called' upon,
to put down_nany violent' attinnid: to
'set aside their verdict, until - the e ec,
. *.f
and Tuesday of October comes aaui,
o!tak
'
• "NrianEw Joina.o* roker,
total heart was jeicetia"
the Aewa:that flashed over the wires
on Sat - Arany last, -annonnoinßtlta de. , ;
feet of AllnitEWJailtificill. The people
of Tennessee, through their Legisla-'
ture have accomplished what the ,
treachery of a few Senators do-,
tested," and ANDIMW 3011100 N Rill
now rettlftl to piqvuttt lifo, ..•
out the confidence or estectu of any.
party. He has learned 'that while;
the Democrats were. willing to avail
themselves of the benefit of his trea`
son, they spurn the
his aspirations to 14ecoins their
er in 1874 ere Filthiest* "nipped- in
the bud." Alas, poor Atrui-1
The successful candidate, Himik
GX)Plill, is one of the oldest lawyers in,
the State, and was one of the
ry Governor's (Jougsox) appointed
to the ilidirinly,ttlla was dolllnleltdeti
by rittowis-thif; for integrity as an offi
cer, in one of his messages to the
Legislature. He is represented as
being a moderate Republican, and as
'a mu of 'Shinty. What his curse
'in the Senate will be, remains to be
seen.
Jomisos's•disapdointment and elm
grin 'at Lis defeat must be severe.
His anxiety to return to the Senate
was elleessiVe, gtoviing out of his de
sire to meet some °Ulla Senators in
the arena where old Impeachment.
scores might be paid.: The eshibi
tie'ti OfrAsor Joussos in The Senate,
,
niighthave heen winging, and mons
bOt world hart* have been of
,a character to give that boily repute
-tkm or standing. We_ think -it fortn
`nate that he did not 'sneezed., ,
itarSous ofourDeraoaraticeotem
poraries made . theinselves quite emu
sing before election over sjoun Co
'Vona's 'spelling. We don't suppOse
his figures were splits so , funny
to them. Whatever they might say
of his spelling, his .figitres - were
uniform from the night of this' elec
tion 'until the official result was
known. He telegraphed that Guar's
majorityiyas.froni - 4,000 to 5000, and
stuck to it, all theiiine that the Dem
ocratic Chairman was sending word
through the State that PAciza *as
certainly elected. -"Honest Join?' was ,
right,* he always is, as those ' who
bet:their money on PACXER will bear
selp..We know' how every man, wo
man and child of ten years of age can
make themselves happy and comfort
able for exactly one year:' If any
desire to try it they can send us two
dollar; and we will fonVard to Omni
at once a receipt which we will war
rant to do all we proms; , without any
more expense to - theta., We hive
sent the same article to several hun
dreds of persons, daring the last niX.
months, and every one of them 'are'
satisfied with it. -
A New Dazes: Alexander Cyun
mings, well known as an experienced
idannilist, proposesto publish a daily
pti.Pcr " indipendent
upon' all questions," judging " every ,
question solely upon its merits." The
paper will be "of moderate eine, but
Urge criongii to contain all the latest
xua Ws:With_ proper ,commenbi thereon:l
The publication will . " commence in a
. short time.
'from, Philati4hia .states ;t &t -Gov.
Choir has. tanderadth -,CiSasitioa • at
Attorney denerid tb 'ramithisti 0.,
tpawsna, of fluit
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Walk in
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counter
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Opr rei;iet4ber bhat at
Philidelphia :Citt, Eitodtion i , one
year ago, a majority of votes xi.ts
iipthothlitietstudidates;
ihongli it *ail *et knO6 sthaF-thte
litoat gluing *ids had belin
,taitted. , The -*publicians .apps sled
So:the Omits fcir , rt dress and the este
tip rerasine r tlititMeided nn it ifah4 !
f9e 443.;
the Conti Keiulerea iiiA
declaring thatetheDemocratieDistrict .
Attorney;' CitY Sblieiter i Prothonotit-;
't*lteceiyer, of faidii 9ity dimli4itp4.4oui
Al, an a PitirtrOgtroi)vr had !:lecii.electi
ed by ,Oititdulont votes. • • hf i r,,Fos, the
Ddiziadrotie ilocitivod
'eleet6d by a majority of 'eft ,votes,
is wing !iini 'atone s ' of all wiii)olithea
to be.tdectad last fai,L in posession
his - of/Ice. . A dissenting opinion was
&livered bkdosige Ludlow. The in,
vegigaiiou oftheie frniic ha ion
'tiaa.idf(lBolne,tn?ntir?.l'grOa(*44
:9f , f 3 fA.denne Aka* been liiken. and altle
and - elaborate urgunients:,vuuule , by
eonnod - lin" both sides. - the eases
were thorbitglilY sifted' and the trios
iitgtdidg ati, etdl3e tld is tran4 Vie'
, • • ' , •1
1. The result of .this investigation fully
justiftles" the' chargeS' of wholitiale
fistier;ao46 . ,igi)iuit Democracy
by tbv RoPiAblican party. and wink)
it must give treat satisfattion. to all
good citizens, it is still mare satisfac
tory to luip,w that the ...Registry law
makes thetiepetition of such fatuds
practically impossible. With the rig
id enforcement of this law the success
of Democracy in this state under its
present colors, is out of the potion,
and is to be,hoped that the time is
not distant when it will be °quail:Tao
in all the States of this "Union.
011Atl .I,llivt im. 0•1111111111.
The, Democratic party in Pennsyl
vania has suffered a great many re
buffs during -the last few years, rbut
-we doubt whether inch a severe and
telling blow - was ever administered,
aS it received at the lateglactlon." Its
leaders were sanguine of success, and
they infused,the same spirit into their
followers. - The result has been very
disheartening, and evidences of dis
integration are visible on every hand:
One of the prominent members of the
party remarked a day or two ago
that "the party ought to go to--;
that they never had a better opportu
nity of defeating the Republicans.
than was presented at the late'elec
tion; but they failed, and he saw no
dse in attempting it again; the party
ought to be disbanded !" This feel
ing pervaded all classes of their par
tY. They are beginning to reati6
the fact that the disloyal record Made
bythem during the. war, is fatal to
mimesis; and that further attempts,
under present eirennistanees, are
bopeles& The party, • therefore, at
the present ; time, is'as "dead. al Jul
ins Caesar," and if another election
Inas to take place to-dayl they would
not be fiblutAx mainland; by' at least
ong f tbird as man,* votes_ as were re
'corded for their candidates on the .
12th. -Truly hath it been said
way of the transgressor le hard." • .
TEE "NEW ELECTION Law: =The
Pittsburg,'9fitzdae elkYa "the ' Perdu'
judgment very generally demaudathe
repeal of the new law combining 'the
State, `County and towiehilielections.
The return j4dgefi Erie cont,'nY
last week, unanimously adopted a
resolution of that tenor, declaring
that the new law. 'works -conftsion
without any corresponding benefit,
and ought to be repaled at the' next
session of the Legislature.'
adds the Gkizeite, dissubstantiall,,
universal opinion in the
is tho first newspaper expression of
opinion we have seen on the qubjea ;
and as we Wive heard but little, if any,
individiuddiseuilsion of the question,
we are not prepared to say how fir
public opinion in this see!lonc of the
State is in favor of or apinstthelitur:
But no doubt, if the general sentiment
prove# to )4 nnftivarable to it, it wlll
cm;
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tory of the cemeteries in which they
are inteo l 6o, at Memphis, Tenn., and
Chahnette,La.'lhe - TAele — ntlniber
:in_tervidfat . tliii-allkaissippi River Na
tional nietry., near_ *Aphis._
41 ,4 i 1". Ogilsand'? V I44
t(*.:fyinfit#L-t.ivtk niht
$14414 , iilkiAtAiwo atm.: mid
it ni onizsemnisi are,preitent4
diChintilreid and{-
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,quOitly 4 (l44iin,:4be ooenpanixy Othat
Fort, bar ili been unsaved to'
4 44imitta4.***olikAi4.
*titcoo*?4 * ktMie"o:o 6 o
:,411244,11g0.4sioigio[_ Pi ,the
thktp-fortt kao ;natava.in this lint.
onlythroelie tettilit nfivietinisofthb
-indf .. seee*3; cal4dliikelfertita of?tiali the
*IA f lliVotto.
tkok-ftwiliwnweptid.:
Tohung Ittioitt-threkt: 'eon***
thi#lneorchinio:Owitniti 16,f15
V i f f4 o 6T4 Wr ii4/ .+o* 4ll ° ll"s * -13 / 7
: 1 4104a 14 . 4 4'40 , ? voi!:
Th .. #4lohg . TODllai (anctstipplimentari
to No. 1 / 7 01 t. 4 ItOotiltint , o
tittiotyl: ll44 l'"ii'Aiver)
1i! t • r
Nnmbers, 4wpntyand twenty4wO
of - „Rollo Honor. are-nart
rendrfor'fstati.. •
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2999
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1011
Ell
' 440 q:i:, 'twit r.,
ua Arrow= usts zasl—
PleifliosilfrA 4041ie Woe ',the load
in presenting the -tigtottOf one of Lu
cerne's .able. tingnitylieWeitizeti's
fiir the position "iliAttOrney .
nuderstoplthat BAr, ! ICersOain't
name is soon to be formally Ft:merited
to the Gavernorjor,the appointment-
We livid. not it will ix:!•fm-iirpfvpon
sider434by hlil 20elieloY,
thus 40UcUrif thP leiki'-of our P 447
LuZerne ken;•Glearycwill shosi.a
katitahle and 'proper appreciati4i i3l ;
Tic-just' claims upon him for iik4lcd
Trite lirssette,says ;. . •
'AteOonntionwealthk rcquiresalitud
adly 40 010 4 0iinl with or, no
,delay, a f l ew Attorney:Almond, The
Governor hos Alto ,Isnver of -appoint ,
went as Nell mei removal. ,We have
no kuowledge of hia intentions. in the
premiseo, There may he a multitUde
candidates; for- an appoiptutent
which, faithfully .reducts thl
highomt, honor, upon WI! recipient.—
Offie.indy; the,Attornq Ottuattl*tantiti
at the Ikelid•oin learned and most in
gueutialprotession, the , bar of this
Connuouneolth. Personally,- he
should be of spotless charatter, and
this should adorn conspicuous pro
fessional alAlities, Thep to cannot
he satisfied ,with either, atheist 'as the
sole qualitiaiti on of their principal law
,Otricer.
wo to express what we believe
Who , the general sentiment of the bat;
,outside, perhaps,. of Philadelphia, :we
'should Yollinre. to suggest Abe name .
W. W. Ketehaini of Iclsernie, for-ihe
,considemtion of the Executive. His
public life...like hii private cluiracter;
hae,beeri witheutc:a stain, while his
pVolsosional• attainments- amply_ fit
hinii for ,the important post of legal
adviser. to the State Government.
Whomsoever,the Governor, may api•
Point. We beg his renumbrance of and
respect dor the univers a l public dia•
taste for any selection. from the pres. 7
it. Now ie,the tine for everValf
ire member of the Republican party
to be tit irork. -The late election
prov.es con s chuirely that Republican
principles are gaining 'ground, and
that close, watchful, actions action
is all that is required to make them
perminently triumphant.. Let every
live man exert himself in the support
of live , working newspapers, and
through th bin extend the tine light
abroad.
giSlii''coniplete o ffi cial rebirns
ffore every:comity in the State, it
will be seen that Gov. Granr's major,
ity is tow tb/nisand five hundred and
nine. ' Judge WnxiAits is elected by
a 'larger rote thin the Governor's;
thus at,last ilnkcaril.and braga.
docia of our captions_Democistid op
ponentsis silenced.
lavertmmints.
IHOR sitE.--:1 pike of WOrkibg
mute, yogi old; IMO Or eta pair li'sur °IA
colt& will be sold at regulable rates. lbaraire arai
edam..olo.barai t t.
Teorendifittr. Oct 14, leeb-t4ery - ,
BAKERY AND..DMKG ROOM
innt.tock- ninier waka tone,
„ . .
DREAD, PIES, CAK E ? . &C.,
baked dally and sold et ithaiesale end retail. We use
the bed materiels and our wort le alsrsest i ly
done. Dumber ans Invited teesandne our e
prices. PAIITULS. si Tea°
&amble rates on abort n oti ce. 'II our
o
auperliebsdieenieliti to ill who Want either
*lunch as • good . ladies , tana , step to and
quietly enjoy a rap of Tea. undhneabedby noise or
43=inelkat all hours of the dot or enrertog.
031 WWI during their swat and scarred
out try the disk or 'sold kV quantities l 0 . Of
CONFECTPIXSERY we keep an esaortment eqoai to
any in this pert or the Mate, and sell at' wholesale
or reel&
Also • general assortmen ,
or
Asion all nee kitten.'
- I , ' brioche .Off. 124 30.
kint*TED,' ort 'STOLEN
ea_ the itemises a[ the to.Al=ol s:c teatie
twP. on the 20tI t et October. • K =
'about 16 yearecht. with • *hite epo•on one at the
MA W^ Any iddnentation in reputto aaktroare
*II be troltabbrirewurded. • : .
, 1 Oct. 1•M•-** . -11=0112Y.
irtm,t r im. YEsiL4tcenorr
46 B. MON. MenuaLdectineer.
All t w i ta alt prom* attended to and mittatiction
Call or adathur.A.U. Moak lionroelon.
and county. Pa. . 0ct.26, 69.
. -
-
1 110 WANDA COAL YARD. ;
it+- •
,
Azrni . .4crrE siiu irrurazioirs copia.
J rtie undersigned. havinc ' hoM,l, tin Cod Yard and
Poet at the 014 "Barclay Midt, end pot completed
*law Cad-henee and oma on the premium ere
now mowed Join:11114i the (anent of Towanda and
ein• Mt, ertththe differtntlindaandanel oftbe above.
named ecelampon the mod Terminable feriae In any
quantify dashed., l!rif,..ea at the Yard mita briber
Large ' 66 50
&Boil Egg , 660
Stove • 660
•
Chesnut ' - -a so
" Lame COO
• " • Bun - a 50
Paso or,ll.backatolah 606
The following addition) chassea MD he, mesa far.
&Bearing Coal within borough Hafts •• •
awe Tork. - ::50 amt. tars kir eartrag fa. SO iOnts.
qr.T0n...25 " " w " 25 "
I• fl dMiili req hi left this TOM; ifirerk of Sall.
Irma inkAiitaabem adapts, or at IL (X• Itartpeo Drug
• •
. _ . •
. Orbits' milt malt be lecoutplaloas
Übe • - _
Towao4, July 26, WARD i WM&
•
ATM IPALLA WINTEBOA* -
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M. E. liosziot* Tfik*, Pia .
4 4
=omit yeadmi, Audio'
- :a .- 4-17 \ f •
CLOT ' t4%.,.vr;
GENT'S FURNISHING EKX)DS,
B row kr i gx,c ife Ere' r.,
cia ir i nt io 4 - _
sal el UmWest sits4i . saiLln latest style,
Thlels I am also fp-
0 - Pfi ()A t 01
Phil
BlAVlWCWielithWii*lXentitA . ;
If. E. ROSENFIELD'S
=dimwit= Vim . o t h e V eL th# s t e ro eau it
=ol al ella rtl= I =aloc4l aingra: -
mmoslirmmANL;
CA14110111114 f 10FILL:.
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IltTrZee/zetaLatent*, Tin, Eluspeci,iers,,eud Coi
iltn the latest atees. '
- .ff 44 XS, CAPS ittc. (EC.
oft Mil ant>tieiDea it6rdtailrl Q telssirnere t
lin „..1.. , .•! 11-0 i c i s ki n k6.
Mei Watt aoltl lege* ; 116:411tIltattt Arent op
poodle Penile. MIPIMPIK-146 7 , 0 • , octeatll6
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NElVPiittk.iNfltitEti'MYODS;
• -
.A;2 'PETTIS CO.,
FALL AND, IyINTER GOODS.I
71 7gr r rgarsais coujistlog In WI
DOMIPSTIO" ocodps,:pl
MEI
BWAVN - tt - 151),.27*C1MD - MUSLIN,.
DRESS GOODSA TRIMMINGS,
• Hosiery, Gloves, Notiong, &il l ,
Whkb irti ' cita at the lowest mariat prices.
••, •• 4 '
raw a wow line JIM gown, inlet' as
REAL ARD . lll* . il* ,
ACCOO I .O4Da. alloN9N B .
OUR MILLINERY DEPARTMENT
being . raigenia!wi wii% a bow, f icoi.4 of,the late*
dyke of
HATS AND,, AUNN4TS !
FALL AND - WINTER TRADE,
Together with ' s Ilan aniortment of the Idol styles
FLOWERS. ITATnEns, upon, -
and a general IMe of T/1116113038. 1 Having in our
employ ilmt-elaa and ttaty XU.UI TIIB, we natter.
ourae/Mai that aain floral& as trade goods in that
gm ems will pl m ow all who , Astor, us with their pat. .
H. A:. PVMS & CO.
•
Tawittitla, Oat 5. lEl*—Ana
WHERE ro FTND Ll4llBEli
QffiSl~f(l, YLOORING ,~ SIDING
W4DESCHN oasnaar **UP BAgli,
=EI
WINDOW 'AND'. DOOR FRAMES,
?mei RAuth,POSTS, 110KETs,
; DOUR& DOABBI3, BASE BOARDS,
lALINGLEt3
.ackg, .&c„ &c,
I=
L.UDMB,F, WAREHOUSE,
QPROFTZ IiNTIMIST CHURCH., TOWARD..
• , •• •
• Me prompUy done.
Taiunds, July ILI*. . .
hOST SUCCESSFUL LIFE
rannialtoi'airrketry or 'nix woar.p.
NArzanum. • . •
LIFE :tifSp o ßANClit comrAifi,
UNrrEm Swims tat AMER=
Chartered by gpocisi r Act of Congress.. : •
Cash Capital; " - $1.',000,000.
Onpcs, 4 1215114021137114..
It; pLaki.ladelphis,
JAY Coots. Phllsdelptilk Oyeinnan an 4
Ezeitutive Committee . '" . I '
Itiatairk. 00aulAr4admigino.Nbe4raidesk
p r i m , Elawrij3 Pare. ; PbiLddlpeiti *OMIT ..oad
"swim a. oditr. 7[ A» Phgadelpti4 ;Mdic+il
t . •
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Mk Company tuned. la Übe Apat. yss ita
Wok
0 3,14 411,1 E S •
mda.
nmby 19.260.00%900; Tboaarrailkaaaturaa
1 4PCM WU" W A 'S 14 F,Ter S 7II °A O MCM• "
IV* ItIa!IMAX. 17SFRANCIS 03 PAN!
tba Vatkirletako of mod, Wards nuttiaalka
arowly Oita rag beldars.'sarl ccaottloaa att Ike
orlarrod by othca-Ootapaaka, vittl soyaral
Its art - Warta] meow Worm it to
b. _tkappat papaw Ina larraraaor oOrapany ta tb•
vartiloirMlka tabby as Wit agents.
4plioaboiai tar toriarratai Woe .4 , note..=`n be
•ftea ta tokoparry'dtriek a/y*00'4,4j. , ;••••Pit'
I?
• - • iftt MAIM k 130.. 1-41 f.
• • .• - . 311-MatitSd Street. kiwi,
Gamest roatt tor sadNorthota Nair Jong
NONNO.4 — e litmager. .
'N. C.NLBENCIf 11.11110 N; M*404114'
. 9 014, ,• Mania tor BradtOrd amity,
.k Trout BLUE
Trout-aim Nickkd
9lthillos4BlMbalialibt sad Dried Heat. se
' "-DEO iiZECUIDIL
rstoll,Eictri, 4.14 p ,DOMESTICS.
A Trilniqto/0 0 1 ' _7 0 04 0 • .
11.02 20: ' • ' PATCIII3:
• ' ' i;' . ntM AND
VLOLTIt tf . OF
. .1 11061.-
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Wirw .tbsuods.
Beaver,
IMO
an now reoelving a fresh "pply
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WATER TABUS,
FACiID IMIDIiBe BURL TEICEME,
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4tuktFecelvod at,s
TRACY "&. 'MOORE'S
/3plp2kdi now „
OIL CLOTHS, 1,-
CARPETS,
CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE,
HATS & CAPS,
800-T§D SHOES,
-
Just Ivagrat,
TRACY • MOORE'S.
HOOP SKIRTS,
BALMORELS,
HOSIERY,
YANKEIF, NOTIONS,.
And everything In the line. jnat'ppened,
AT VIE sTpar. OF
Towanda. Fiept. sR, 1869
eigNtßA_L` .
•
Wp nave 'extended our lines thniugh to Waverly
and are now prspara to receive and .forward
money rind 'merchandise, and colloA notes, Arent,
cheeks; so., with despatch and at low rates.
Wo run • carilnl' and experienced - Mesierwers
thrstrqh betwerniltillidelphia and New Writ and Wa.
verly daily,nxecpt Stand ays,' Dinning quiskthete and
. • :
prompenellvery. • • .
SPECIAL BATES will be allowed regular aldp
peni • ofDritter and Eggs, and particular attention
given that: Tramp C .i deltrery in Philadelphia and New
ltoElx4 , - '•k 5
Sept.
EDW. E. PARK; east. Sapt,
General Office-3 2 . 0 Chestnut Da. Phitadottldn'
Sept. 73:180, • • ' I
SOUTH SIDE'
Tr •
SIGN oil Tut
IMI
CIANNEY
PAiEtIONABL
• ; • f. AAA toilets la.
~7V1?8,
BUFFALO - AND FANCY Rcems,
E.•
go • •
toviss,,trxesimix to.'
BILE 11,41.8 prenterzx 'prnTre.WlTH
AMERICAN HAT CONFOR.
Tosands, Od. IS. 1809;
WANDA , I: 'MEAT MARBET
.. OYSTERS, EMIT AND CLIMB;
Bich to their *won
The sabeeribeis Rm • keep Aonstantl7 ea hand a
hell stook or
OUTS*" FD3H ADD .CLAMS,
at irbolaiala and retali There all parties - rail be *ap
plied a* rereestalAarates. Abe a fall stock at Mesta
BEEP; potiL *wow, 4H138, HAUILIHN.
INZAHNIMHI3BII4
. 11040HDA. , TALLOW. LARD; to.
11arliet amith4id 'tali HotiaaOtalti•at.
Towanda Pa.
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IME
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FINE SWISS.)WATCHEK
to U•
replusiia ziO.,ATLy:Arn)
1 1 4tikl Li TEST AND BEST !
• -
tlild-.3IIRICANPUTTO.N.IIOLE,
THIS MACHI twtribinea - gii . 2d
of all other drat-clam. machines, doing with ea,.
rapidity and elegatu.n. -
ST fl 4( t
.;.
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beside, doing !Efferent Moto of work that newr cu.
chines Minot do; snob as ma:fog better
than can be made by band. at the. rate at fear er
minute, and over , or sewing ever and ever.
which by many Is ered of. mart...Talmo then
even making button•holes. DOn't fail to ace Cu
Warbune bacon purettaidng.. We desire all to re
and try. It, and are.waling to let the case rest on iv
own merits. Every Machine warranted kr ape en
tire nati.r. , •
, 0
1.
DOOR,
&C.
It ACY &-.llOOltE,
122 314 n-et
OF lIEROTIVS
:4 I Kt ,
DIG HAT I
AMSBRY,
1. 4 HA • TTEItS I
CLII2IIiS
LW. SBI►HND k CO.
AttibMp. '
•
.nrier.rms
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>~;.,; .. ; Qn°.,iq~ agrth ot; ,
=ME
mslcur#,A*4" o : 41i6i* rox4sD4.
Dealer la
Of idt deseilpetons Film"
A MERrcAli iivAixams,
Kt •
GOLD CI3APc'S
•G'TET CL EB,
scom:
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BEM
Towlifids;Vtis uw
- - • - •
O VERSE.' MING .I SD 841VING Zia! AVS
801 l by CALKINB,& BARBER,
'attar's New Block. Towanda, Pa.
lIEMEME
FELLING
TilcitiM43
COZIDING
trEcAmmo,
' 1 ',QUILTLIG
GATBMBL'iti,
'BUTTO'N ROLES
. ' CALSINg4"BARBER,
Agents for Bradford count;
Sub-agentaawautedsha each town. .
Towanda, Lag. 24,.15617.-4m
CARPETS ! CARPETS
POWMI2T ,Sr CO
flaring lamb' incresed their facilities for erhibittn,g
Weir goods in this line. and are now ovestying for
the
FALL AND 'WThiTER TR DE,
nd more extensive' and
BETTER ASSORTED STOCK
CASEETENS,
FLOOR OIL CLOTHS,
MATTDIGS, DRUGGETS
&C. ac.,
Than they hare before offered,
They respectfully Invite- attention of the public to
this department of their trashier, and pledge them
)
mites that their goods shall alwxya be peddle. the
(•),:4
Muth 22, 1869.-M
B1.100ZY& - CO:.
Stillumitinne to manufacture Wk. celebrated
HORSE POWERS & CLE HERS.
and will sell a better machlia. for lea mousy . daa
Lan be bad elsewhere 4n the world. We claim ha
our Machines that they will do as much. : or more.
than any other. and are more durably built We
perwmially superintend our work and see that It is
well down. We will send
DISCHIidTrE eATAXAQUES:
Of our machines, on spplicatlem 8 .
ONE AND TWO HORSE POWERS:
One d• TIM Horse THRESHER ct sePrakpas.
THRESHER and CLEANER',
-FANNING MILLS,
• clitel7LAll AND DICAO SAW =ma.
SAW AND OftD3T 311 LL work done to ord.r.
Give. us a call before *pr=2 . usiU:w elsewhere.
.!•oa. alioaavuti `'SI4IaILLY:
_ •0 0 9 5' aoo'i
Aug. 2.,18a9...
G REAT BARGAINS
pocirrs siloms
t
ES=
NEW Ivor AND SIZOE sroar,
South end of Ward gouge. 1
]e The
The
4toek wadu
of signed are yteieving i large and weu P-
800 - TS A"NP' 'SHOES,
Ettatable for the
STAIXES AND. FALL TRADE,
Whkb we offer low for Ceeh. - Coneietiog of
GENTS:
-LADIES,
CHILDREN'S WEAR
SE*ED AND PEGGED. BdOTS
MADE TO ORDER
REPAIRING NEATLY DONE
AND READ P WHEN PROMISED
• IrPhanttnt f;r past fagot's, in sotleft a continuance
ie the tape.
Kixtzt, woovroiui: r OILELIT WV,
Tow*o4i. April 5. M.
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AND SEATNO.ON
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