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otter, is now on.
rman, the Derby pris
—Among; ho newspaper, reporters
at-the lowa &tat Fair were several ladies.
-t-They on y killed six Inert in
str-,rt fight in E. usis
—A. stylia bonne,t in California
costs ToOke than a mule.
—At .11.elilla the Spanish garrison
i s 1,,,i , :::;cd Ly, t 1; Moor?.
' , r Strawbe-ries and cream still exist
in auf,r..iiil. • . ..
--A Chical..-,i) man . has a saw:mill
:f 1 biS ( Oat of pins. • .
• —.An En; fish Conritess has writ
.( i.n trnt;f:e on the 0..!,ir . a..e. greats.
The - parkeso at Washington
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to ike a faillue. ,e
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rip New . York :itt'itrilay- - _ , -
have been some heavy
t ~.T ! ,)wFtormi in ep.nailx latty.
al Spinner and party are
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/mired and thirieo - n smug .
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~ ,t.r t i, with the State motto,
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reported that the Al
:oap. arc.h.ut upon I,nraing tho
. --Hon. George F.Hoar will pro,'
ioti,• over 11:r , Republica'n Athte Cam:nil - on of
-0 - ollector Russell, of Boston, is
from tipe effects" of a recent attack
The examinntioli into the matter
th.• st .hit vouchers pr• Nor Yorl city Sea
.1_ L as • e
.0 -.season has de - 4
tit, !Tr.: car is tlifi mc6t dftn
t (Jf vrain.
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jP:IgQ when addressing a
L,Z , .` bo lipie4ed, and I hope it
t!,tor., LATX run by
tsi,-o years the Union Pacific
I;ai,.,.as 410,010 nen A of farming, lands
fur r!L , - .11111c.f t1,9';,q),(09.
• —ln it is estimated - tam ,
there am abnnt s(l.ooo,•3l,•barnmeclan Freemi
go 0,;, about 20,000,
fin in Wilmington, N. C
114 n'l , l" ,, eltrt!
nt ll ih_79 y.
.1 a lic.nn,e to rnarrc his fifth wire.
rs (.13 and tlie 10-ide 23. ••-
Pittsburg , - Gazette -claims
1.R.-altilki-,t in tlib ry_r..ll(l.
are always r ell sited.
.(Towa) paper take's
.',titioniret that that city ie the 101 th
mitts of the htte fire
rarialy awan an(
.r,l,ailding will eciwnwacc. at .olice
= I J.,
ttl,2 a m•ln 1"..c a ;mill amount if he
Is, the apostle of whist un
dispril,thop, J.: said to have du,d
arid of honors."
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re is an FLI:) , - ar(l.story going
I , that AV,•101 - thr. tthyays
wit:lll.k 1;1 . .
frvq . nently iu Penn
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hay , . farm,
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of.the 11 , ,a1:(.1 in which
;t:•;; • . g'lll
1 3 ,-Alland the, noted clown,
- I. Th. , . S . Yn;:pt. , :nn; of his in
"as pciformint: re-
yen . Germans vtio purchased
county, TC1111:, 11:1.& a Ihr4,u g h
)I , rreti fair st Nashville
n l 4. rnar days it
fifro iileeting of the
yoAr 31,LWa111.00 3 thr.
girl in Racine, Wig., \ranted
I ^ to sn tole on tin .Ado that.sho NVIS alt
d• Inta,• and when ho couldn't, tie
dawn with t.;:o sa'ered volume..
In v. r
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t „ lot. wol-rie.ll Is to put
on it •all -goo(1 al:0 in th,‘
1 ,1 ,
Y. ,9a;idarel's "fashion
ro;e:ift frin‘•ral Fifth rive
the n'ltir err tvitnesE-
...d (n-1 the. Br,rdrAard . tic. Courr.•lTty,
tnr,ti‘.es wen, times drawing as
• .047, e fended Wagm,s. .
he h.t ; alth cf. Afrs.i 'Wharton is
CI ,Flip that her
(at, play. rt av ef:aly day. Laving
t its re•-•.:1•,.
•vanDa county, Va. ; a . . fcw
14? emor.c.a woman awoke and
11711. - ze eoiled up in bed
and A little excitement
iho richness-of the lead. mining
or Hardin eonnty, Illinois, Milt) longer
rof doubt. Two companies , hare al
:en ncrino‘l to work 411e , mines and a
I . ll,erec
re - uit'l
eteditor of the 'Alabama and
. Itond estimates tin, liabilines of
lat 51T.925,7.R This ches not inolinh.
M . :. -which r.t 12,500,009
tire• , Cr..l
vx liiti of • Spain, the eon-
Quet:n Isabella, is stated t 6
y . timirr . and . :wood-carver, and
konr:4 ovory day making small
o:i of wog , 1
. oral t'receujournals put in-
ThierA the follottiru.,: !I am
lia on trli'.olt.it has been raining these
What s'ig,:oy a 5 F.r• hli:i.mal
nn 1111 n
1.1 run ett Christensen,
b. on in the pearl-washing bnsines.
twn ar!s in darn skiers
I St. Croir.. totrroin Sti:lwat.cx PIO
.. - Tne Cling Tribune Wirier
•'.l• in n i , tlcr In Cc4innlly. Mayor 'inn
I'ir ,since yort hßvo, reF.igned, I ac-
Hif.-7 .. .ftt:r.-.: 4-0;;;1, Fir,rke you have not. ,
Albert D. Riehardion, who
atir t , Ll , :en up 11(1. residence iaChicapo,
A, 6 , P it :A rtpert , ..a, to open a store for
• - •'tati(ip.:ery. She will also
in r - rrlzs and will o,easion-
/11;er, the workingman, who is
Ei4lland, 1 , 574 ttlfit.
tak , Cam tlatt the
1r I1A17 , 0: , 11 r typtnd th , ! ttron,
but tivq ••••••nntry , F l / 2 .11 to ,
Lad f .r
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E. I GOODRICII.
Tol6n3a: Th'ursclay, Sept. 28,187 L
FOR AUDITOR GEEU.L .
rolisunvEros om:laL :
Ooi. ROPERT B. BEATH,
L*l F. FITCH, or SusixEilANNA Co
P.H.IBUCK, or LERATamiat Bono'
n o. B. S. DIRTT, or CANTON Bono'
S. D . HARKNESS, or SPBMOVELD.
CrT. J. B. REEVES; or, ATISEXii.
WILLIA3I BUNYAN, OF GIIA\-CILLE
3iORRIS SAEPARD, or' WELL .
A: R. BROWN, of HERRICE. TINT
I . 'oll COM.; TT StIIVETOII.
JOS. E. SPALDING, or FRANKLIN
The Democratic party of this coun
ty; in forming their County Ticket,
radde a New. Departure, which seems
now-a-days to be about all the De
niocracy ca.nnndertake. Under the
dictation of col, PiorErr against the
6.rnest remonstrances of the rest' of
members of the Legislature. All this
Nlyas 'done, with a great flourish o
trumpets about economy an 4 reform.
im fact, the Colonel's usual iiethod of
Scarfs re is a 'good deal un the Chinese
plan--- 7 of frightening your adversaries
by noise and tumult. His heavy
' Cren.ll:llly ii
b : .
radford ri; 'oder.
EDITORS - I
IL W. ALVORD
REPVELICAN STATE TICKET.
THE NEW DEPAILTURE.
he faithful, two men who bad here
Afore been Republicans, were selec
;(1 as the Democratic candidates for
, tins ire all brass, and his light artil
lery brag and bluster. ,
The Republicans of Bradford cer-
taioly ought jo be much obliged to
the-Culonel- for the trouble he hai
taken to select candidates for them,
and they should make haste to adopt
the men he has put for card, as it is
to be taken for granted that a party
ha , 7ing four thortsatd majority in the
Co-duty, is not competent to select its
Own candidates, or has no members
-worthy of the confide ice and support
of the people. In such a dilemma,
what course more natural than that
the people should instinctively turn to
Col. •PioLErr , as their mentor and
leader, the Colonel being the embodi
ment of all that is pUre and patriotic !
The Colenel•eandidates, Messrs.
BUIIROV."3 and liocKwri.r„ are respecta
ble and upright , men; but they gain
nothing by comarison with - the nom--
inecs of thellePublican - Vaily,"Messrs.
~ 13L-s.F. and Diarr, The former, has al
-1.64 served one winter in the Legis l
lature, and against his 4160 career
ut one .. - tor can• be truthfully
said. His attendance was faithful,
and i_is vote always given for proper
ine'asures. A. tried and worthy
Pieuxv 11. Brea deserves,and
will receive the approbation of his
constituents. Mr. Daterr, though
new niau,-is not unknown, -and that
his' legislative career will be.satisfac
tory to - the people and creditable 'to
himself, we have no doubt.
This N,t!NY Departure.was.not taken
by Col. Plota.ter, in good faith, but
for niteriOr and
The Colonel is a nemeinaniac on the
subject cf Congress. He imagines
that his sphere and mission is in the
of - our National Legislature.
All his thoughts and playas are direct
ed to the breaking down of the Re
publican majority iu this Cungres
sional.District, Plat he may . teach the
goal of his. arahition. tef . "this pur
pose, he watches for signs of discon,-
tent in the. Republican rank S—hunts
;41r local dissensions--and does. not
hesitate to avail himself of personal
difliculties—if by interference he can
a,ggravate some Republican into (Es
content-or disaffection. -His business
for years has been the not very cred
itll4.:-'.eudeavor to play upon the die
appointments of those who imagine
themselves aggrieved iu the
tion of the Republicans. He has
spent weeks and travelled many
miles this Summer, to find two Re
publicans who . would allow them
selves to be used for his purposes.
He has placed Messrs. BURROWS and
Roc-Elyria. up2n the Deniocratic tick
et, ncit.that he cared and hoped for
their election—bat because in his low
estimate of Ricir Republicanism and
their good sense he calculated that
defeat will sever . theta from their
foriner political associates' and attach
them to the •Deniocracy. Such an
accession he imagines, 'would be im
portant, in view of the close vote in
this Congressional district. .
- S'achbeitrg - undeniably the'purpose
for which these gentlemen were se
lected 3publican can vote for
them ; being the tool of COL
Ptou without directly aiding
him in the promotion .of schemes
which must be- repugnant to every
true Repalican. Will tho RePubli
cans of Bradford attach themselves
to Col. PIOLLET!S personal fortunes,
or lend themselves to his plans .for
living elected to Congress? Is there
not integrity enough itrthe party in
thig : tv,unty to be able to select its
(Own candidates? Has
oroanization beconie imbecile
or corrupt - that it needs the dictation
of Col PIOLLET? We do not believe
,that any such condition of things ex
ists here or - ekewliere, which makes
if necessity that Republicans should
candidates of their own
PLrty, anat. elect men because the
Colonel hies, by his persuasio l . , ,, suc
ceeded, i n ple'cleg them on tli ,Deta
The Republican raasazneeting held
in this place on . Saturday list was
largely attended. • Not iithstanding '
the busy season the court roam" was
literally crowded, and many were
compelled to go away, being unable
to secure even standing room.
Hon. L P. STALFOED was called;to
the chair, 11. Moon; J. C. RIDGWAY,
R R • Pamirs and A. Sszu.r, were
chosen Vice Presidents; and J. V.
, Gslozrt and .d. Kra, elected, Secre
After music by the Troy - Cornet,
Band, Hon. John HICEMAR was intlio
duced, and delivered one of his clear,
forcible and convinc - r , . speeches.
After giving a concise; ut truthful
history of the democra a party ;for
the past fifteen years,l showing that
it had become the enemy to freedom
and progres, he close& with the fol
lowing eloquent appeal: '
Fellow-citizens and good friends, I will! not
urge you by entreaty to stand_ xuard over the
best Government that Divine Mercy ever bless
ed : It would be as absurd! as to solicit the
miser to save his gold. We see too wise, I trust;
tco patriotic, I trust; to runt riska when there
can bo no good ground for' doing so. Lot me
impress this upon every mind, it should be axi
omatic, certainly reached thrbugh experience is
the heal ocurity.= ;
The Democratic party stands before ns to
day without its robes—naked—a tideotis figure
—the drudge' of tyranny—the poor man's foe,
and the would-be assassin of Liberty. It is not
whit you and I formerly idolized, it is not what
it was in Jackson's time. I tut sorry for it, and
so aro TOII, my best friend Colonel Forndy, for
we both loved it with a perfect love, as-sincere
ly as Petrarch loved. Lanrs—as devotedly as
Justice loves Truth. But the ancient days are
gone and gone forever. They cannot return to
either you or me. It is pardonable to be tear
ful, but riot to be disconsolate. We - will rise
above bitter memories, and standing as the
weary warrior steed at Thermopylie, pledge
ourselves to defend suecesfully or die.
At the conclusion of Mr. HICK:kJ:ea
speech, the band again played a pat
riotic tune, when Col. ForuvEr',was
introduced, and held the large audi
ence for over an hour. His speech
was deliverediin .his usual pleasing
and graceful manner. His arguments
were unanswerable, and the good at
tention paid by the audiouce was ev
idence that his effort was well appre-
In the evening, Hon. G. A. Grrow,
31i HICKMAN and Col. FORNEY spoke
.again to a frill house.
The Republicans of Bradford are
a4ake and will 'make a good report
on the 10th of October.
A correspondent of the independent
Republican (Montrose)," in giving an
account of a recent visit to thiS place,
speaks as folloWs•of;the county Com
missioners and the new jail. We
have not thought it necessary to con
tradict the-'silly luid ridiculous Flan
ders state& by copperheads, against
theCommissionerairom the fact that
they are all known to be upright
honest men, and poss'essing tho en
tire confidence of the people. When
ever we are satisfied that the inter
ests of the county are .not carefully
guarded by the commissioners, we
shall not hesitate to expose their der
BnAnrorcti COUNTV i.tiL —Editor of the Re
belican :—llaving taken a look at the work
gun on the now fail in Towanda,and knowing
that your paper has quite, an extensive circula
tion in Bradford county, I propose to state a
• few facts in relatiiin to that work, obtained, as
I behove, from the most reliable plumes.
• It is admitted by all parties„excepta few pol
iticians, under the wing ofthe - .Myna, that the
work thns far done, is most thorough and eco
nomically done, with the best Materiel that can
be obtained. The people of Susquolia4na coun
ty who know Avery Prink, the Superintendent
of the work, need no assurance that, ',under hs
charge and direction, it would net bedone oth
erwise. The people of Bradford • county go
finding this out, as they visit the work, and Kee
what is being done. True, they find it sonie
what difficult to determine who the Superin
t,ml4nt is, finding him so mixed up with work
men, and dressed so very like them: They go
on to the grounds, expecting Glace some well
dressed gentleman standing above! all, with
~ds and cane, giving orders, like smile military
r cur. When told 'that "that man who has
,mid of that stone or lever is the Superinten
dent," they are taken aback, but semi were
heard to say, " Well, that is the man for the
Owe." They go away 'assured that the work,
in sneh bands, is all right, and the citizens of
the county need have no fears of prodigality,
or frand, under his. management.. Learning
that such was the case I could but fuel proud of
him, as a Susgnehanni county man.
,But jest here a copy of the Bractrord Argus
is handed to me, of September itti, containing
nearly a column of editorial abuse °film Coun
ty Commissioners, their Clerk, Agents, and
,The following paragraphs are specimens of
the article :
"John B. Hinds, Ezra Kellogg, and Ezra
Loomis, constitute the Board of Commissioners.
They hive , a stated'', Clerk, and numerous
Agents,. and Foreman', who are all into the
County Treisury up to their ears. * * • •
, 'lf a County bridge is to be built, a Com
mssioner's son is appointed to oversee the•work
at irprice.far beyond what any idividnal would
think of plying. 11 , 4 ;jail is authorized, as is
the case here, the proper mode of having built
by contract, after ample time for competition,
is discarded Hinds , J buys horses of Hinds.
Commissioner Hinds draws 11:1 order hi favor of
Hinds, and thud reaches the money of the tax
payers-in another waY than the daily pay. Eel-
Irg.agre with Keltigg for material,and thus
t 1! ring a fatten:Ali:int of the 'money of the
kt,lyb•- ocs John Hinds. County Commission
er, bny . horses of John Hinds? Ezra Kellogg
buys stone of Ezra Killogg's sons or family."
. 4 1 little cur.ous to know what might be the
foundation for such char„cs, .1 made inquiry
and found the following to be the factsof the
I. As to a Commissioner's son overseeing the
building of a bridge tit a price "no individual
would pay." It netall 'only be stated that the
price agreed upon and paid was two dollars and
a half per day. Considerably less than a Boss
Ile,•lianie can be hircld for by any body, or any
2. A son of John Hinds, of age, having a fam
ily, and property, cm - testing, in part, of a span '
of excellent horaes, just such as was needed for
the jail work, did sell the said horses to the
ttuper.ntendent of the. work, (A. Prink) for the
county, for the sum of $400.00--fifty dollars loss
than they can be sold , for now, any day.
3. Neither CoimmisSioner Kellogg, nor Com
missioner Kellog,g's son has sold any stone to
the Commissioners, Or their Agents, or Sup:r
4. As to building the jail by contract, it needs
only to be understood that the Commissioners
tried fairly to do this---did, accept of bid, at a
fair estimate, but theibidder-backed down, giv
ing place to a Bing Ishii were determined to
make the Commissioners contract with them at
a-4/3,000 higherbill! Bather than thus to be
imposed upon, after'OfTering to any resionsible
parties to contract, at, the bid from which the
bidder backed dhivu,,Xio one accepting the of-•
fer, and findin,g; from a carefully prepared
timate, made by , thel present Superintendent,
that the amount of that bid would almost cover
the cost of building; they.detertruned upon the
course they have taken.
Imconclusiod I will say what fully believe
that the Cominissioners are honestly working
for the best - interests of the county; and • that
their Snperintendetitcould not lie induced to
make or consult to. a contract:purchase, job,
or any transattion,.where there is fraud or par
ticular personal favoritism. -
All this Itelieve citizens of that county will
in due time see and acknowledge, unless it be
politicians, who care fir nothing but to make
party capital, no matter whether by falsehood
W. 2, Ring candidafig\the watch-
Word and rallying cry of Col. Piorizr
and his folldwer.4. P. 11. Bues receiv
ed the unanimous nomination of the
Republican convention,. while the
iptest for every other office was very
le); she honest democrats are en
tirely ignorelby Piorfrr in this cam
paign. His only aim qs to get sore
.headed RepnbliCans interested in his
schemes lipping thereby to hold
enough of flier° next year tu . place
him in Congress.
LETIfEA FROM WASHINGTON.
• • ittaxixotos. D. P., 1 873 -
Xs. Emus: TM pleasant days sad sights
at "mdd itspactsber," am bringing back those
who fled from Ws at the first approach of ram
mar. The Ages of the thou 1e that the huh-
toriablf mien It about via. wd oar • many
wanderers are thronghig beik - igeln, to their
deserted bows. Every train brings to as its
burden of humanity gathered tram mountain
and glen, Talley and shore. Rehashed and in
rigorated with the pure air of the nountry and
with renewed energies, they return to the busy
pursuits of life. Once more our streets And
warehouses mama a businesellke iippearinoe.
Our beauty that has bloomed through all tie
summer months in strange and distant gst•
dens, is slowly returning to prefare for_ new
triumphs in tho gilded society saloons of the
Familiar faces are again soon at their soma-
toned places of business, and Pannitylvania sv
enne the Brest- - centre of attraction, is once
more *lite with the merchant and mechanic,
the promenader and the idler, the festive youth
and thq gay butterfly of fsahlon. The lowli
ness which usually surrounds us during the
long summer season, is hat disappearing ; and
from henceforth we shall no longer mourn in
our desolation. Merchants are busily arrang-
lug the tempting glories of their goods to view
of the approaching faalriOnable season. Tho
shutters of mansions long ckted„ are being
opened one by one and very 'oink we shall again
be in a whirling vortex of fashion and folly.
The dehicatietn of Paymaster Hodge of the
United States army for half a million of dollars
has been the ,principal topic of conversation.
Feelings of surprise, and regret are generally
expressed that s gentlemin of his standing and
zemitation with the public, should allow himself
to be thus drawn from the
• high position of
trust into the giddy maze of speculation ; soon
to find himself lost' ind Irretrievably rained.
His story to the public it but the old One over.
Tempted with the glittering prospect of a rapid
stride to wealth and turbine, first came losses,
then ruin, then remorse, ending but too often
with a suicidal death. • •
The,lNSmocratio pram! to Washington are no
slow in charging this heavy defalcation to the
"prolonged absence of the President and Gab
(net from the CapitaL" For the benefit of the
Ku nix democrs/y, they.anzionsly throw the
entire respoibllity upon the Republican Ad
minititration. But in making this sweeping and
wholesale charge, they forget in their hasto to
..ention • the fact that the defaulter was a
straight cut democrat, and that thii principal
embezzlements were committed. during John
son'a idministration. With this condition of
facts, wo are at a loss to determine how Presi
dent Grant is to be held in any way therespotis-
Bible party. , • •
Truth is, however, no part of the creed of the
bogus democracy. Ever since the accession Of
Andrew Johnson to the Presidency;.. the whole
history of that party is stamped with deception
and fraud; not only exemplified in -the recent
expositre'of the Tammany thieves, but in every
section of the country, city or State,whero they
have the power and control of the government.
As far back as Jackson's time we have evi
dence that at the instigation of the slave hold
ing power, the mails were rifled and their con
tents destroyed, all which was quietly submit
ted to by the dough-faced subserviency of the
north to the south ; nor were the administra,
tiona which followed marked with any better
results. Pledges, compacts, and compromises
solemnly entered into with the people of the
north, were utterly disregarded, broken, and
swept from existence the moment they became
a barrier to the expansion of the shive mongers
interest: , Soon down was each administration
suceessivelyineaner and more infamous than
thehther, until their political turpitude cul
minated in" ten cent Jimmy." Here the fort'
of mesness could no farther go.
During all this time the. bogus dem•:,crivey
was the tool, idly, and eulogist of the slave oli
garchy. During the rebellion not a single asPi
ration did that party utter fur the triumph of
liberty, not a single act did it perform in aid of
progress and freedom. On the contrary, it tie
came the willing instrument by which secession
and reltellion was to be accomplished. Loathed
and scorned by the American people, and con
den:mei:l,lo deserved censure and defeat it nOw
attemptia new movement to secure ixipclarity
The recent elections are surticient evidence of
its demoralization decline and decay, and Ile
publicana mac wifely count upon success,unless
there should arise in their ranks some deplora
ble dissentious, or they sbonld commit some
startling and unexpected blunders. Tubs is
not likely to happen, The indication's are that
under Grant, as our leader, we shall preserve
the country from the hanger and wickedness of
bogus democratic role.
From California they have already talivn azi-
Other "New Departure," and ere gone no one
tnoweth whither. lii Maine, they have like
the Arabs, folded their tents and ailently stolen
away. In Ohio and Pennsylania after Octota r
next, we shallknowthC'm no more, While i 3 the
State of Sew York they are, fast hastening to
that fire shich endureth forayer. M.
Se—Republicans, examine the Reg
istry 4sts in your 'election districts.
See that your names and the names
of your Republican neighbors are
properly/ registered. ,If any ono is
registered who is not a voter; make
a note of his name that ho may be
challenged on election day. 'lf any
Republican voter of pilir district is
omitted, hnut him up and take him
to the assessor. And see ,tryht your
vote is polled as fully as it is regis
tered. If. you live ,at a distance
from the 'polls, arrange with your
neighbors to make up a wagon load
for election day, and go and vote in
the morning before you go to work.
The polls will open at 7 o'cloclL
There were ono thousand Republi
can Vbters at home in Bradford coun
ty at the last election. They must
all be out on the 10th of October.
VIROUCIA. is as much for the Repub
lican party as is Pennsylvania, t in
October. The Richmond Whig gives
up the State as lost to theDemotrats,
and thus dolorously. assigns the : real
son why, and speaks of the Repub
lican party as follows:
". With an ardor worthy of a vir
tuous cause, they go forward in the
execution of their work. They, tire
not. Their plans are concocted in
secrecy and silence, and executed With
fearful promptness , and fullness.
They are going forth among the peo
ple with love in thir months, but with•
firebrands in their hands and hell in
THE name of Tammany is every
where 'odious. In the proceeings of
the recent Grand Lodge of Oddl'el
lows, held at 'Utica, we notice;that .
a petition was read
Encampmet,. located att Sandy Hill,
to change its name to Riverside En
campment. The prayer of the petition
was granted, without discussion.
The propriety of the request was too
evident to occasion debate.
Cosstertgr.—The copperheads pro
fess to-oppose Maj. DAwrr because
they say he is a division man. 'Why
do they opposo Brea , who has
proven himielf not only an anti-divi
siOn man but an industrious and use
Rig." What have I done that mine
enemies should praise me," might
well be the exclamation 'ld BrilitOWS
and ntocswzmt, if the were really tle
honpsf, ,Republicans Tie PIOLLET
claims them, to be.
ADDRESS OP TEE SEPUBLIOAN 00.
At a - meeting of the
°Amy Committee held as sitarasy
lurk ihs following address to the lie.
publicans of this county wail &Opt-
ed. The earnest andstraightforwaid
manner in- which',it deals .with the
issues which most concern the peo
ple at this thne will commend it to
the judgment of all candid men r:
1b A. Republiemss of Drottford Orange 1 '
The suoceis of the Republican candidates at •
the approaching elution is of izinnueatous im
portance. State officers, as well as our county •
and district ticket, are lto be chosen. Apathy •
sad indiffereate on the part of the-Republicans
of Bradford, may prove disastrous to success in
the State. •
At the elections recently held, States hereto
fore Democratic have taken their plasm on the
Republican cute; and every indbmtisu points to
the redeinptien of the State of. New York at
their election in November. It would prove a
genre° of regret if Pennsylvania by the neglect
of Republicans to cut their vote, should be
°varied at the coming election against' the Na
tionatAdminietratiem. Every Republican should
feel it a duty to cast his vote and lend his tau
erloo to um* a full voted order that our no
ble old Commonwealth may maintain her posi
tion in the Republican column.
We have at this time special reason to pre
sent a united front to the enemy, Our strength
should not bo frittered away by a senseless
strife between the-paitizane of rival leaders.
Recent events, including the fiightful
enres of municipal corruptions in that eminent
ly Democratic city, New York, have niveakid
the dangerous toi derides of Democratic rule. r
Relating to questions of material local inter
est to the citizens of our county, we are aware
that misgivings have existed in the minds - of
same in regard to the positi9n of Mr. Prime
our candidate for the Senate, and Mr Duerr,
one of our candidates for the House, upon the
subjoct, of dividing the county. In order to pre
sent this subject clearly, we give the provision
of the Constitution relative to the division's!
counties, which is as follows :
"No county shalt be.divided by a line milting
off over one-tenth of the population (either to
form a new county or ottieriose);•'seinicnst the
express assent of such eaulity, by veto of the
electors thereof ; nor shall any new county he
established containieg less than four hundred
square miles." •
Is will be seen from the foregoing Constitu
tional Provisiou, that but a small fraction, not
more than two or three.. townships, , 'could be
taken by legislative action ; % from our County—
, more than this would require the ,t! express as
sent of the electors." •
Wo are not apprised of any project for the
division of our cotnity by leg slative action,
save that of an individual, a mere adventurer,
who proposes for the &meet pf himself pecunie
gaily, to sever it, for the purpose of creating a
new county by taking small fractional parts
from Bradford, Lycoming, Tioga and Sullivan,
•and making the county seat at oy in the-vicini
ty of Minnequa Spring, of which he is the re
puted owner, in the township of Canton.
Such a division would be the consummation
of a mere personal scheme, without regard to
the promotion of any material public interest.
To a proposition so monstrous the people of
this county are opposed, in the proportion of a
hundred to one. A man would be unworthy
the name of a representative of the people, who
would so far disregard the wishes of his con
stituents as to give it his support, either direct
or implied, and would deserve and receive the
execration °can outraged people.
Againit this scheme, as well as against any
division of our county by legislative action, both
the candidates referred to have voluntarilj
pledged themselves in the most unequivocal
terms. They are men wile aro new to the peo•
plo as candidates ; never before having been
notninatedfor any :office, they cannot be charg
ed with being connected wifh any ring. Sotfar
as we are aware their character fur integrity is
unquestioned, and they are fully entitled to the
eolithknee, and we trust they may receive the
fall support of the Republicans of Bradford, in
common with the entire Republican ticket.
Republicans should beware of the insidious de
signs of Democratic loaders, who would sow
the seeds of discord and disaffection in our
ranks, that they may reap a harvest therefrom
in coming time. Their object is not so much
what they may gain at the, present, as to divide
and distract the Republican party, in order
that they may gain an easy victory in the Con
gressional and preci,kuti,l coetest a year
A majority party is eve:. siihjectto the covert
attacks of its weaker opponents, as well as to
the croakings of the disaffected in i s own
ranks. A wily adversary persistently assails
the Republican majority of our county. Under
the thin guise of " rilorm," they are constant
in their appeals to passion and prejudice.. Tho
new pill now being c mstructed by the order of
a non-partizan grand-jury. to pursnance of law,
tresented by these self-conatitnted " reform
ers," as a pretended source of. great . corruption
in the Commissioners ofßc , •, in harder to fright
en Itepnblicans into the support of the so-called
"Reform ticket," placed iu nominacion by the
D...nuMelltie County Convent ten.
"Reform" is properly the Work of reformers.
Sten whh adhere to the sci-callo Democratic
party, stinks of its own rottenness from
one end ofthe and to the other, or who permit
theraseb. - es to be its candidates, aro unfit to be
entrusted with "reforms."
It is no' -only right end prepon but it is the
duty of the poo; , le .who pay the taxes, to see
that the money is not squandered. In this view
we challenge a close inspection of the work now
in-progress in the - 6rection of the now jail, and
the most scrutinizing examinlitEnlof the man
ncr in which the public money Ishtitig expend
ed, confident that an Intelligent:Pithlic "will find
no real cause of complaint. %veiy evidence
goes to prove that the work is progressing sat
isfactorily, and. will be completed below the
limit fixed by the representatives:of the people
in County Convention. The five mill addiiicnal
county tax levied anether year for this purpose,
will raise a sum entirely sufficient to cover the
expense. There is thou no real cause of alarm.
Every faithful public officer is entitled to the
'continued confidence and support of his party,
within the rules of party usage, but should. ho
bo found dishonest et unfaithful, in whatever
capacity, hi; constituents should, to the extent
of their power, bring upon him'an indignation
so profound and a condemnation so lasting that
no political resurrection can ever reach hit. .
We call then upon the patriotic messes of the
party Individually, to, lay aside all bickerings,
and without fail to attend the election on the
10th day otpctober, and aid in rolling up an
old fashioned Republican majority in Bradford
A. C. Prumnin,
/I. W. Lvorils,
C. F. SATLES,
• A. Sxxt.i.,
Jos"( VAN D11:14
Towanda, Sept. 23, 1871.
Ex-Governor . Holden,of North
Carolina, has become one of the ed
itors of the Washington - Chronicle!
In his salutatory ho declares his be
lief that "the success of the Democra
tic party in 1872,w0u1d prove one of
the gratest calamities that could be
fall the country." We heartily con
cur with him in this sentiment, and
wish him success in his new position.
SS- No good Republican should
stay at home on election day,because
tfte•-county ticket is safe. A falling
,off in the vote of the county may de
'feat the State ticket. .
mi l , The Republican party in
riradard county never had p ticket
which save better satisfaction than
the ono to be voted for this year.
'1;1& - Remeinber next Saturday, Sep
tulber 30 is the last day for regibtry.
;41,.. In order to vote you must bO
CASE'S INSURAN . .AGENCY,
not . Pitrimgcs
un Asa Aaiun= affected
In &Adams eckapaaiss. Alasl d 811=1
Ocarnrysocing. Tined: • arm
Orders by mail
Ass. maiptar s m ada r
110,11 , 17 • A.. 018111.
COAL AT WYA,laaliNG
The exeleeleireed, here •on hast 4. mil 'intend to
keep. • supply of Italliven Anthracite.' Burley. and
bard Anthracite Coal of tha Tartans ekes.
Sept. 95.1571. O. IL ircuza k 00. '
CAUTION. —Whereas, my wife
LOTTI 2. ban left toy had std board without
jut cause or lortmxation. • ell persona are beret.'"
forbid harboring or trusting her on nit account. SS
I will Ply no debts of , bar contracting after-. this
date. P. 0. DODGE.
Leßoy. Pa.. Sept. 25.
NOTlCE—Having been appointed.
Trustee of - the estate of Bei:wield Gilmore.
late of Outten township, Bradford county. Pa., 41e; -
reseed, by heir last will and testament: I hereby ,
warn and forbid an from purchasing any
property on the from Isaiah Gilmore. or
removing the same einiout my consent: under
penalty of prosecution. • WU. S. JAYNE.
DR. J. S. SMITH'S
Toe ale at
_ POWELL & CO'S, 'l"o\i'ANpA;
Try It and be caiminad.
VOR SARE.The firm of Josiah
..1: Wolcott. late of Warren. Said farm is situated
an the . road trom 'Windham toy Owego: Wu slaty
acres of good land, rell watered, and well improved.
About SO acres of good hemkek timber, goOd house
bans. wagon bonne and granery.ro Terms made 'may.
OMIT:of L. B. WOLCOTT , • ; -of lIIMBY
the premises. -"t Sept. 25-6 w
FOR SALE.—A fanil of ; about 100
scree; situated in 'North Towanda township,
near the Overshot HID. adJoinirig lands of Slayton
30 sores improved, well 'watered, house. large barn
Ind horse stable. Will be meld lit a bargain, If not
sold will be for rent nest spring. Also the acres
of corn, 2 sera of potatoes. 3 acres of buckwheat.
from 20 to 25 tons of hay. 300 bushels of oats. not
threshed. about 50 bushels ofwheat, 1 Mewing ma
chine, horse rake , two wigora, Olow, drag and other
farming utensils. Also a bogs. 3 spring pigs. 11
yearlings, 6 two year olds. .For farther particulars
enquire on the prentlass. I .
CHAILES j WAYffi3.
Worth Tonna n, Sept. 11, 1811.-3 w•
PUBLIC SALE •-1 t .... -
. . .
BUGGIES. WAGONS . E 101384 atU/. ' I
SATUIADAI7, SEPTEMIDEB 31, 1871.
Commencing at 10 a. in.
.. . I
The widereigned will sell at (public •auchcilt at the'.
Wagon Shop in Myersburit„ on Saturday. September,
80, 1871. his entire stack of new and - second htnd
lumber add I ht wagons , buggies. sleighs, Ac.
TEEM months credit.
A. . :COBLE.
Sept 23. 1 I. - /
SFALEi)PROPOSALS WILL BE
mated until the 20thlof October. 1871, •bY
MMUS AVERT. at Camptolin. Bradford county':
foi humlahing material and erecting a Dantlit
Meeting House in Camptown, to be Completed, in
1872. Spicincationa may. be seen at A'rery k. Brad
9rder of C .mmittee. •
P. rt.l BREWSTER.
C. A. SQUIRES.
Rey. E. Bunnotrolis.
• *.. CYRUS AVERY. -
Camptetna. Sept. R 1,1871. 1
T9W 4 ID
FOB THE BENEFIT OF
NAIAD ,FIRE CO., NO.-2
TO DE GIVEN TO TILE HOLDERS OF TICKETS
000 SICEETS; PRI
The distribution of gifts •
by the ticket holders thetas
the tickets base been dis.
which will be given.
$5OO in Gifts tt'
One Gish Gift
Two Cash Gifts..s3o each. .
Four Cash Gifts, 533
Ten Cash Gifts. SIG each..l.
Twenty Cash Gifts, s"i each:
Thirty-moven amor.pting to
'We respectfully refer to ( 1 1. P. Maxon k Co.. Bin
am Mat National Bank. and Ilercurs flank.
Ticketi for 'pale by the Committee and all Ile
ben of tiro Company„ and ilao by our. Agents'el
where. The following lam the Committee:
n. rnosr. E. G. ~hrEnerin
W. 13. ' NEVINS. A. iv. A. isqs.:::.`i)
Al com:nttnicitions pthoala ti4-aaart.f.st.d to
sep2o — 'l4f
On Canal Street, fronting William Street
We arr , . mce:cirtg El..iect from the to Mei; the
best PITTSTON. rLlllOnl. and SULU-FA:S,A
TIIRACITE co.m. whit.b 7 ,:, proposv , to nOr t the
owect market price.
1 - f • I
We respectfully invite these wishing to purchrte to
call ata examive our Coal.
Wealao'keep Lizne.fFelOt from the kiln
We will deliver Cc4l orI , LL-ne whenever de-inq
short on notim. adding o ly the customary prices.
L. S. CASE k. CO.
• . I
This popular house, rucently - leased' by Meoars.
Roootk 31r_txs, and havigg been completely re9ttod,
remodeled. and refurnithed, affonls to tho Public
all the comfort/rand xdodbrn Conveuleneoo of l.tirot
class HoteL Situate opPooito the Park on stain
Street. it is eminently•convenient for person. visit
ing Towanda, either for Pleasure or bush:woo.
sepG'Tt HOOli k MEANS, Proptietoro.
A " F 4 t'" ' „. 1 .
Dr. W. D. KTLLY of this' plata and Dr. D. 'SI STAN-
Ix: of Athena, have, fornied a copartuership . or the
DESTISTEY IN . ALL ITS ratannEr.•
And may be found at the ofßee of Dr. Kelly. over
Wickham & Black's 'dont in Towanda. prepared at
All Sam to treat patients in a first-class manner.
All work warranted as.rOpresented.
Teeth extracted without pain, by the nee of
Nitrous Oxide. Gas.
'Dr.'Stanley will be at his office in Athens On Sat.
urdaya andifondays until further notice. I
Aug. 30.'11.4f , KELLY k STANLEY.
W COLL E YOMI
GE.NG COQ MERC
Stab United in ISO.. is 'ronnection wink Weami g Sena—
. nary. Re-ePerusg Sept. 1. bal. .
The most thorough eiurrse of Commercial Instruc:
Lion in the country. Terms tower tAan at an'y other
first clan Cosassereia/ College.. Situations !unlashed
to superior graduates, I from time to tirnel Our
graduates ire filling 1a tare and honorable 1n0:31.•
Bons in nearly every State in the Union. Tehlgraph:
ing taught by sound and register: Particular atten
tion Is p.dd to Penmanship. Students may Oursue
studlea In both Seminary and Commercial °liege.
Scholarships for full Connarrcial course. 25.00,
with Telegraphing. $35.00. Telegraphing alone
$2 5 .00. Ornamental Penmanship,. (three °nth%)
$lO.OO. Board per week. $4.00. For further in
formation. address fled. 1t.... !fibula. D..D.,lPtinci
pal Wyoming 15eminary (and - Commervial College. or
'L. L. SEmsonn, 31. A.. Prineliqiletiriunercial College,
Kingston, Pa. I , _
STRAY.—Catno into the enclose-
Are of the tinder Mined in Lenny tOwnaiiiP. on
the morning of - September 1. 1871, two Brown
!farm about 10 or 12 years aid. The owner is here
by notified to come forward, proro property, pay
charts, and lake them, away, or they wlll ;be . •
posed of according to taw.
Leßoy, Pa.. Sept. 0, 1871.-w3s •
Moor. beet Winter wheat - , pr. sack from $2 00-$2 25 ,
•• hundred 1b'........... 400"
44 • •- le dd barrel 800
custom geirultog tumidly done at once, 17.1; the ea
paritiof the mill is anfficiont for a large am ount o
work. „. I H. B. EiGH.43I.
Camptown. Julyp, \ 1,870. •
WOOL f r -50,000 - lbg. wanted by
W. 'itoore t ral.„ for which thel highest
price rill be paid. jun14,71-ti
QIIGAR 0 ' SCADS RETAIL-
Lug at wLolosale pticea at
FOX la • res.
e . 5 0-0
OE $l.OO EACH.
chance will locc l / 2 01e
lvt.s. imulediatAy. alter
.r.od of, doe notiO^J - of
L. R. FROST, Chairman Cnnimitt
Bn.trironn; comm. PENYA.
r DDING, RUSSELL
stlinitioti to their facilities' for furnishing al
TAW; SASH, BLINDS,,
DOOM. NAILS. WOES.
P.Amtle, oST a s.
Always ►t tlio4owpst -
ALL ova pF
HEATING A; COOKING . STOVES,
RANGES AND FURNACES,
gAS GLOBES, &C
HOUSES PIPED ETON SHORT NOIDD.E.
*4TH - I'll4 Olt -SLATE.
cONDUaTOII.9 ANDIAVZ TROUG]S
MADE - AND:PUT UP
EVES SOLD ni THE .OOITSTY
WAYS ON 111 .*D'.
IVES R. FORKS
Used - Ad? ith by Uls Odd, Felloi►s
FOR SArE 'AT 75 CTS. PER SET
• BRASS RETTLEe
IRON,. STEEL, -POWDER,
, 4 1.1 Y CASE Olt
August, 1.1y71 i.
T. L. 31 9' 0 D C, 0.,
SeCektfoidll TU 11r111.111iLY.
largety to the inatea,
kythetn, has How b 4 hatia
THE LARGIiAT A.:-.:SORT:k.I.F.-ST.
BOOTS AND SHOES,
,:711131%,i1t.8, IIIINVEI:Ey4 .11.1 Sis, ...o
11" That has ever been offe,ved in thlirus.rket, 1 f
constantly resolving additions direct
FR.O3t. THE, MANUFACTURERS
Wlticii enables hint 'to give t 3 Lis eu..it;Nniers
oriii , ,l:.lloVSE IN'T I 1 E TRADE
110 Wilt 'leo the sole control of thetetailing of
OO AItSE,&,ND ,C A LF
BOOTS I :ANIJ SHOES
For Men arid Boys.
CALF, 61 - IAIIN, AND GOAT"
ni.DTFS, MISSES .L• CIIILDREN
In thud mr.rket, which he,.1.3 will g
A-T - AS LOW P.RICES
- )4cii 'other hatißef.4 are Fetiill::
ALL GOODS WA.RRATED
hive him a call Bad you. will, be satisdeillthat it Is
the place to bug all goods in Ibis hue. -
L. L. MOODY,
August 9, 1871.
T O.W AND A .IitABK.ETS'
comae- wuors-Riaz nicEs. •
& every wean' essay, by' 0: JIATEB
subject to changes daily.
Wheat, It banal
Buckwltest r li bash
Corn, it bush •
Osta. 'ft bosh; '
Batter Voila) VI lb
do Malr7Xl l .V l nu!
norm li barrel . • 00 1 41 ID 00.
Waloirra•Or Ga.ux.—Wheat co lb. •. Coro
nye lba.; Oats 32 lbs.; Barley 40 lbs.; Bactshpai
48 lba.: /Ulnae 52 lbs. ; Bran 20 lbs.: Clever cri;
lbs. ; Timothy Seed 44 lbs. ; tirtod Peaches 33 lb., •
Dried Ayydes 22 lbs.. Flax Seed 60 lbs.
C RAL COAL YARD,
Per ton. • 6Octs. • Extra for carrying in to 4t4
Half " " " ' •".
ignarter " ' .. " "
air .r..save orders at my Coal 01Cco, 3,
curs New Block. south aide. • t
Orddre rnst . ln all case lie . rtectnapaal..,T
the cash . .
, A.L I SO ;THEIR
1,. L. 3.100 DY & CO.
g. E. W.ITKLNS
noap~:: ' .x
0 I th
It. X. WELLES. PA,o;nit t;;:
Until furgzer otlce prices of yud ate.
/ criz corn.
Egg, Or Ito. 2 ,
litove.'or Nod. 3 awl 4
Nut, or ha. 5
_ . .
Binken X 3 35
- Large Stowe /I (.9
'Small Stove " ' ... 1.4 ee
'Nut • Si 73
The following additional ch.trgee will b made fn,
delivering coal-within the borough limits:
TOWANDA COAL YARD,
'ANTHRACITE AND BrarmLnous COALS.
. The nnilersigned, having leased the COal Yard Ise.
Dockst the old "Barclay Basin." and just
a b gge ojaidianse and °Mee upon the prtro!...i.,„
now prepared to furnish the citizen of T0W ., .!44
vicinity with thc dlfferentkin•ls and eilies of the :0o„._
named coati upon - the most rcasonalde term, )).
einantty desired, Prices at the Yard ur.til
Pittston Nut ' s f„
t" Barclay " Lump '*" 4 4i,
Run of Mines 4 f.f..
Fine, or Elacksuattir 3 r.C.
Sullivan Anthracite., a. 3 s.,
The following additional charges will .he Cade f,
delivering Coal within the borough limits
Per T0n...50 cents. Extra for carryidg.in.
Half T0n:.33 " .• " '"' "
Si - Orders may be leh at Vie Yard, corner of PA),
rs.ad and Elizabeth Street, or al.. Porter. &
Orderit must in all noel.. he accouipaidtd with
the csnrh.. ..t . .3;ONTA L.
Towanda, Jfine A, 1811—i.).
The oldestOargest, and
"'safest Wurely Mutual ;
Life Insiirance;COn ,
parry in the United.
Life. Insuiance Co.
OF - NEW YORK
W. W. KINGSBURY, Agint.
Attorney in - fatt for
Mrs.W.M. H. MILLER, in
the settlement of her in
terests arising out of the
,Estate-Of 'the late C. L.
WARD. , •
.SITSQUEI - T_
ilitAlWOrtk bAIc.TY. •IA
T'de Ftnay-arr na - rna'.
Tli•• win 1-, ii•••••;74,1 iR ti„•
cl•Tartin• sits 1•*••:41 lan!. /an•l wry
n•r - r.tly t'n••:!.
spatted to 4 . 3k.r• tho i •
~!.1 !!..rii•ral • r • •=.•,.
Frofc;r: , r It. Fr. Joluo.messen.
• ltd. institution is now in Ihoroinzli
In a.l.lllion to the extensive improv,teol.ts
tho past.S..ar, new appayetty.s. tuaps and
mat ai:iiroved pnfeft il.vsks and is at. 1%,
study and rcettation roonis havii
'rho I'l - on:ital. of Un - " Nuntulpartir...iJ
Augnst a Tjirelvera • elas 4 , as
srirli,L-ATTENTION sid t , e cont;il,it , i - -tiui
imrit , ourse . pos'siblL , , htrinit t's,r tinie. •
Tuition front iit4 t , ) IQ hoard and
Dist:Ante ti. df stint , .nts • ioay
in town and
clti ,, a for ba:A• and rosuus atth,•insttnit: .l..•
0 , • rooms are b•.it: rap ally ors:;-1
Vor• f•:rt6^r` IL•trtv.oilars:
liyan alitt E. E. T .
E NITP.A. NEW :
Lai„,, ~..... A:N. <<i tIL , ac.,:t 1:(.1'....
brcitl:_llt to tli:s 11 a
wbo itntierstan.i.‘ 501t.t.t1,1.7
which cau lc
I C3 , l.lMici
and n , hody, •..
can I,la ti,ll , :iarkz*, C.LOTII2
tlo City of Towan ox in this eLtLn•
sy!vinia. Antlat Szli‘carteo:o',
111:1 f littlt• I , .loaiy. Ana !• -. I -•
for a gd,d'clu•s
C) , Z
-Pa.. St r
l•ten.:l , ,r
‘ 7 4
ettYWei .' rElli•C'Siter
'‘,.:. ' l) -6E1'.111:11101Z
ClranA s•'•d at 010•0g , r . .01...r.:
20 to rot t00.1i014
" 1 . Alf , r ilvrlovor f`,l
f fpol-.. tnor , :•
iot a I,v:or Mr2Slll t• wat of 1.:
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.Itl eluvator convey. , the untef,lt l • I ' 4l
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COWELL 6.% MX AliE SELL
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