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-._ --- aunt V , • vitas is reported to
too. c9 ll / emPlatilait • Trulkolu
-,-pare' pa • . - :, as well is Nilsson,
_ tlats, arse amount . y the tire hi Chicago.
f-, ---: ictoria's visit to Germany,. will
tio o ft . weeks' duration;
essel boil ' ding is sal d tol .
opene briskly at 810,
Balfiroo • &dns to be the
heal eat city in th United sada. ' ..
- I , —Alabamah six cotton factories,
which Work up 20, bales annually. -
Louisa fluty, Va.. petitions
. ,Congr i ers to retain o terikon foreign sumac.
' -44 Tho Pen sylvattia, Democratic
State arrrenlion eets at Reading, May 30th.
- - .
ne-fourt part of the
1 ion a New . Ramps tire have money - in the say.
I , 1
'''he ‘, Sn . Bowl ; """ is tots sng ,
goad title of a t year old newspaper pubk.
• - --A. I Row ord whale ship ilook
a tish Lady in the 'artli Punic that yielded
111 barrels of ape oil: 1
—Washingto 'comity, Ga., wlth a
populpon ny 16, does not owe a con : and
rusoner Jan. ,
Grant gave a dinner
to the Japanese tubssay and a number of
prominent public en yesterday. • ,
that B ratan; ,of New York;
stetc that ex•Contraller Connolly has fled from
the city, and is conhealed somewhere abroad.
----4110 librar y i of William Penn
.r.as .sod at auction last week in London.
--lAnierican oysters are selling in
`l.uncllki for _thirty-six cents a dozen. . English
, )yatcis coat veventi-two cents a dozen:.
-HAn Ameri in Canton, China,
4.:aiLi a to have ma e the discovery that'Con
ncius was a _weirtini
--Miss Mary Somerville, the as
s ronotter, is spending: the winter in Nice. She
Las ;li st passed her luutety-firet birthday.
—Ex-Post Master General Ran
dell, btu; opened a • law office in Washington
city. 1 -
I mo rttiltray:hnes there by
I.:it'd:we of the h
,e, Sons and Daufit.-
'"fe tho style of a St.-Louie
-L-i" H. C. Co
ter, Oar merchan
er recently paid -for
.) Thf.U.t .twenty years in
---4. f sub seri
Van Lth=on (Ten
aluation of Cincinnati
hick all but - 113,3G8,020 is
.4183,872,3 V, c)
anitieot to taxation
l e Ways and Means
'ed upon the Iron and steel
hard Tariff hill.
Committee is enga
Nectiona of tho Bur.
.lonna, hut mad©
" Be-strict di Ton.
who is now in Was
partyl of Wisconsin,
, an American prima
a very successful debut In
i ' " in Vercelli, Italy.
'airchild;of Nruiconsin. '
iington, says the Republican
are unani moos for Grant
. Cincinn ti inventor has a ma-.
.iiinetrlteeigh gas in place of ordinary mess
urmittent, register, quality as well as cram
--4 The Pioneer Grant Club at New
Orleans, the oldee r Grant club in tbe 'Union.
has reorgsSized, with one hundred and ninety
—LTybee Island, near Savannah. is
ti , ing: rapidly washednway by the res., and the
remains of United ',States soldiers buried there
--Reports Irom several counties
iu lieiduchy my the peach crop is eutirelY de
stroyed 10- the recent cold weather. 'Other
fruits hold out pretty well.
Inerr l iso of their s'
. .1500 a year, lie
13,000, and patrol,
dent of the Pionee
ion, in the interes'
State , government
of Boston ask for an
The captains want
tenants. 41400; Eetzeants,
Parker, ESq. ' presi-
Grant Club, is in Washing
of Grant and reform in the
of Louisiana.. -
ie Commerce Commit-
recommend a bill granting
Australian of ateamers,
as authorized to report it,
tee hire agi•eed't.
a subsidy to the
and the chairman
sanisll-pos. by b
tv editor eongrat
11 f the danger of catch
. cUing greenbacks, a conn
.lates himself that bc's sire
in & Bronson's steam
rim at Painted Post,:N.Y,
7,ngs, 42i1,00[). tio insnr-
—J-Fo- Wes J,
idle planink :I
was Primed Fridsy
tts has already sigh,
nod in the. PAID*. drireP
nglayi Kb- •
reties holding its
Va., the case of Dr. lino
ids!, and a ,conimittee of
y-xis societies car
and the only Now
lesrrite.l is nhOt o l
ton wie called up F
ousand farms *ere
in - ii'asbington Territory
; ; ttlers. Increase of taxa-
taken iand improve.
last year by actual a
Uh property t 2,000, r
—Rio do Jan
some *is tbotutand
—The ex-Em . ror Napoleon clear%
4 8340,000 by sellin tho estate at tho corner
of Day street and B •adway, New York, to tho
Weatern Union Telegraph Company.
coroner's i jury,. in the ease_ of
a Petaanlvatian. settled the whole matter b)
'returning is verdict that he "died of murder in
the first degree from fracture of the skull. " -
• was made lately to
"Jac': Shepard.' in 'Lon..
les have Interdicted the
rocire the drama of
don, but the author'
—The fIEJOCi I
dv, Miss Minnie F.
attainments have di
—The editor .
Telegraph• says he o
eral - Hancock, beret
the sidewalks of No .
can prima donia,h
ful in her continen
quota a-cre thrown
I .ary is fTiantneket
!nstin, whoso educational
of the. Germantown
en saw the present Gen
•ted, playing marbles on
Harris, the Ameri
been remarkably anemia-
I tour. At Madrid bon
' to her containing don-
' —air. John P 1
traitee. has sect* •
by a. r ablisher, to
quisites what Dr
fit Olive in." I
th 3 off,tr rude ta him
repare a work on the TO.
Carpenter calls "a house
se Embassy haveic
. to visit Iffixint Vernon,
'nt—and Philadelphia, for
'rang objects of national
tTpted the inv,tati.
Annapolis, West. P.
the purpose of esa
satirized the oupidi
lan thus: "A little wren
'he Mang& o Westmins.
not been disturbed gam
: tv of a rich English
tiaii built its nest in
tera yoicket It hie
laid its first egg."
bany, Thuradav, ag
:hove Mayor Wall,
man. and Corpoistio
New York - city.
=Mayor Hal '
iutoresti, since The re
ing,plaatcrer, who h
and teptilled Friday
dent and unjust, •
—The French ; residents of )3oston
itea • -zogimitte- oh?"
!e committee of Al
ed to report a bill to re
. . ration Cotmsel CrGor
:. Attorney Tors Fields, of
trial has increased
rn of Ganey,the default
tamed State's evidence
haMis claims were fraud-
Lave appoin.— a committee of _ to soh - cit
subscriptions, and adopted other means for
raising money to aid in the payment of the
French debt to Oen - Amoy. •
The opening. of the Peruvian
F.:position which was to have taken place on
the •2311 of January last, has been postponed tee
the 15th orlday, owing to tht preparations be
--Some one has said : " The lover
and Physician arc both popular from the - same
muse . We talk- to them only at ourselvcs._l
That, I are ray, was the origin of confession—
.gottsin tuadcr-the name of religion." • '
inan in Illinois has patented
an iron.hingle roof. The shingles are about
Id.* by thirteen ir.zhes, lap each other so u to
nostire waterproof, and are fastened by head
less nails. The patent is said to bo less expen.
.;ro t* slats.
c contractors of the Sayan
:ll:h az4 'Memphis lisilrosd rep , ,,rt that them - is
is inexhaustible iron mine on the line of the
road, thirty!nine states from Opelika. The cars
Bill ras4i that plate by Jane. The ore is said
vessus sixty per Cent. of
Tho _ .Chridian Gn ion isays , that
the reprJra see Ale it t Mrs. H. B. Btosie,
Musts, were tisgmegateM, and that she is
~rYiw Ad. s o puma, - to geM tosilth, her maul
seocatiossi," tbo we may kei.k e'er mm, vowels
tbe Istati.4o - otter.
WiesW its& ttint- the
IT4es. of Was bad siressly Ws. so eminent
patron albs tiafkos thestris, the prisetpsi
Lush= .wMatl ben ginowitial
new ae bu m
WW I . ,
EDITOII I IO
B. O.tIOODILICH. S. W. iztroaD
Towanda. Thursday, litszeh It, 1/171,
rot FeDOE OF TIM BIM= COMM
HON. 'ULYSSES .)11:101017B1 •
• - of Bradford CFnukty. ,
(Subject to the decision of krahltean State
T rEADQUARTERS REPUBLI
-1.1. CAN STATE =TEAL COMMEF.
Iniiursuanoe of the resohnion of the ItItPUNLI.
CAN STATEXENTRAL CONISTIIIit. adopted at
Harris . Jan. I& 1972. • lIIIPIOILIC.AN STATS
CO,VllrvflO.compamed of Delegates from each
Senatorial and liercsentativa Mint in the num.
bar to which such - District la Wiled in the Wake
tura, will inlet lathe Ball of the Muss of Itepresen•
Wires. at Ilirriainirg, as 19 o'clock. woe. on NED.
NIBDAY. the 10th de of April. A. D. 1872, to ncsol.
rate candidates for tkoreernor. rage of the Noreen*
Court, Auditor General abiridst Dos Leirkilettme Pro.
ride for the choice of one bi the peopki.i and an
Electoral Ticket: and also to bled Senatorial and
Eteprelentaive Deleon's to represent this State in
the IUIPIIBLICAN NATIONAL CONTICIT/ON, to
be held at Philadelplda. June b. 1172.
War. Esszorr. .) I. • 1
D. P. Iloosrms, ' k , 1
Luz.% Liaxacr.. I . Socretar:cJl.l
P. M. LITT.Z. i
Fora long time nothing, has sur
prised us more than the vindictive
spirit exhibited by the Republicans
in the United States Senate who are
opposing President Grutsr. No one
calls in question their right to -op
pose him, but their manner of doing
it, is. alike a Shame to theraselies,and
the nation; and if it dbes not recoil
on its authors, their meanness will
go nnwhipped of justice. 'When it
it is remembered that the Senators
leading off in this onslaught on the
President, have taken Offense because
they could not use him td promote
their own individytal ends, and are,
therefore, trying to disorganize the
Republican . parfy, Republicans will
know- how to value their hostility.
These Senators seem to move upon
the presumption that the masses are
both fools and knaves; that they axe
ignorant of their motives, and can be
deceived or approve of their derna
gogueism. So too, thought Doour-
TLE and COWAN, and who more politi
cally damned than they - Butubove
land beyond this, we Object to their
low, dirty way of treating the admin
istration, because it isj u disgrace to
the nation. Bar-room politicians, of
the little country towns, who have
-no charac' er to lose, and no position
through which to hurt others, can lie ,
and deceive, but grave Senators of
the nation's council, owe the country
something,and if such cannot oppose
a co-ordinate branch of the govern
inent in a decent way, they are unfit
[ for the places they hold. As a spec
imen of the work of these worth,
Senators, let us look briefly at their
action in the proposition to create a
committee to' investigate . the sale of
• iro has a daily Re-
pica, which has now boon
to bead of the San
Seddon, a London
Tza.varezeme. Feb. 5,1872
TUE OPPOSITION TOr THE PIIICSId.
After the close of the war, Con
gress passed .a law authorizing the
war-office to sell the surplus cannon
and other munitions ,of war, which
had accumulated during the rebellion.
Some of the very guns thus sold were
bought up by an agent of the French ;
government, Which vrastA that ow
h Prussia. It ;-
mcers, says Senator
gaL e gr.iir . vest:, "carefully avoided
selling arms to known agents of ei
ther belligerents, and acted through
out in strict accordance with the
government's neutral obligations."
Bat the agent of the French Charged
his government double the price he
paid for the guns. After the war
thin fact came to the iknowledge of
the French government, and the
agent was called to an account. In
his stattanen., under oath, this agent
declared that the diffenuce between
the first cost of the guns, and that
charged hie government, be had paid
to various - patties to enable him to
get them away after they were
bonght. Declaring further, that peo-
Ple not living in the United States,
could form no idea of the rascally
corruption of our people and govern
ment; detailing in particular the-per
centage paid to the goverwnent offi
cers, and others, for the privilege of
taking away the guns after they had
been bought. But these statements
were so villainous, and' compromised
the reputation of so many reputable
men, that it led to an exposure of the
facts of the whole transaction, scrim
inating in an • enormous theft, and
the grossest - perjury, the French
Concluding that capital could be
made out of this affair against the
President, Srusiin;Tr..miliGLL, Scut=
and others, hare been trying to get
up an investigating committee in the
U.S. Senate. and on this proposition
an aecrimonious debate has followed,
where the opposition Republican
Senators have exhibited the littleness
and meannes before referred to. '
CARL Scut= of Missouri,a foreign
er, who left his country for, his coun
try's good, only a few Years ago, and
who crept. into citizenship, and posi
tion, through our beneficient laws,
during the confusion incident to the
close of the war, has made himself
conspicuous for impudence and want
of fairness in this debate. He spoke
two hours on the 20th ult., Assuming
throughmt his long tirade, that thti
averments made against our govern
ment, and people, by the perjared
French agent,wero true; and this po
sition was assumed by this patriotic
genator that he might make King
WTI Till of Prassia,who is one of the
arbitrators at Geneva, believe our
government had favored France__ by
selling her arms during ,their war, in
violation of our treaty stipulation%
hoping, as we suppose, ,to influence
the German Emperor against us in
his action on our difficulties with
England. The moving motive of all
this, is, of course, to injure Gusyr.
For should a favorable decision to
our cotintri be secured through the.
Ovum cosh :mice, tho' adzigniirtrs-
Ike "tit to ft ikopidern fir- delft
of it. But, what will tonest-minded.
patriotic men, tliki .of a Sender at
the llnited State* WWII to dokoml
irke lathy Aug to :Woe Wait,
too uoitimitkom dotetionto
era primed villain? Aire' marvel at
the bold impudence and gross base
ness of an opposition that can sink
- so low' .
The speech, aglow with the virus
of a base hatted, and having for its
foundation the statements of a scoun
drel who was convicted of perjury for
making them,. has had tie fulsome
laudations of the New York Tribune,
that piper comparing it to the great
efforts - of nartr. and Wrenn; on the
rights of the States under the gener
al constitution. It is humiliating in
the extreme to see the brightest; and
the strongest thus blinded to
truth and fairness by interested
motive& It is said the senior
editor of that - paper has an eye
on the Presidency, -
. and . that This
chances are slender; because Guaa3
is preferred by a majority of the pee
pie, and hence, an3thiog,fair or foul,
that hurts GZANT, pleases GEEKLET.
CARL Scutrsz. arrogates to himself
the leadership of the German voters
of this country, and the belief on the
part of many that this assumption is
correct, has giVen an undue import
ance to his opposition to President
GiANT. Bat those who hare studied
our German citizens know how in
sultingly false this estimate is. II
there is any class of people who are
independent and thoughtful, and
schooled in general pglitics,that class
certainly includes the German Re
publicans. It is simply an insult to
assume that any one man ban carry
them into whatsoever political fields
he would have them occupy. There
is such a thing as leadership among
them, it is true, else they would not
be men, swayed as are other men by
the power of thought and 'of elo
quence, and he tridottb edly exerts
a powerful influence among them;
but, though his power were increased
a hundredfold, he could not own
there, and could not, if he'--would;
carry them into the camp of the ene
my. Their Republicanism is too
leeply ingrained for this. Much of
it was gained in the same rugged
school of experience in the old world
lnd the majority of them will not
forget the lemon so painfully master
ed, even though &arra tear up some
.1f the political primers Which con
tained it. In this connection it will
be well to ° read the expressions of
he German Baltimore Woche :
"The political views which the Germaniheld
in the land of their birth, and which they
brought with them to this conntry..are iamb
dal with those of the Republieannartr t r ar tpu.
sympathy with the 4aurts Ulal Ern
natural to Germans, while opposition to them
rould be a denial of German ideas and princi
ples. • •
Cho lrat principle of the Eepublican party
s - the unity' and indisisibility of tho nation.
This is the 'national ides' which the
• ug word
can party has defendedff 11-7;bib the
and the sworillffiget- The Germans saw p ar .
my Mar k a i ,,r e poogh of State sovereignty
,7`,. m „„` zt nas driven thousands of Germano
..„,:....71 — The ocean. Two generations of Germano
Tare, since the wars of independence, toughy
tgamst 'State rights,' as it is called here, or
partieulatism, as they say across • the ocean.
The 'national idea' still has many secret foes,
and needs to be carefully guarded. The time
ties not yet come in which the party which has
been the• faithful guardian of national unity
may, he dismissed from its post."
With the spread of intelligence
among the i Insilco, the power of
" leaders " diminishes:
world long ago passed the time when
itwas possible for any religious or po
litical9Peter the Hermit to convulse
it by . mere preaching.
M. The production and manufac
ture of cotton duringlB7l appears to
have been remarkably profitable to
the trade as well as to the producer.
During that year the crop of 1870
was marketed, realizing an aggregate
of p 63.000,000, The 'reduction of the
crop eLIB7I--estimated by the Ag
iicultur3sl Department as 1,000,000
bales short of 1870—caused arise in
prices alvve the average of recent
years, yielding profit to every class of
operators connected with it. The
fluctuations of 'lB7l afforded an at
tractive field for speculation. The
falling prices of 1870 wore a source
of profit to manufacturers, as it ex
tended the supply of raw material
beyond the power of the spinners to
work up. The course of prices in the
spring and summer of 1871 became
an advancing one, both in raw mat
erial and in fabrics—a singular an
omaly, which still further aisappoint
ed the auguries based upon it by
COLVIIBLI Courrr.—The -Republi•
can Standing Committee of Colum
bia County met in Bloomsburg on
Saturday the 2d inst. The Republican
says, "the utmost harmony preruled
and the announcement by on of the
delegates that everything was favor
able to Gs.t.rr was received with sat
isfaction. ,We cannot - pass over the
action of the Committee who without
a single dissent endorsed our present
member in Congress for Judgeship
of the Supreme Court. Taking into
the account that it was sot a Com
mittee packed by , the friends of Judge
lfracua, we regard it as an evidence
of the high esteem in - which he is
held by his constituents."
aor The public debt was decreased
during the month of February met
twelve millions of allard. The state
ment fresh from the press was sent
to the White House, and examained
by all the members of the Cabinet
and Secretary Berm= was heartily
congratulated by the President and
the members of the Cabinet on
his favorable exhibit, The total de
crease since GnA.vr's inauguration is
two hundred and - ninety-nine millions
aim hundred and forty-nine thousand
seven hundred and sixty-two dollars
and three cents, and is the best ar
gument that datrbe made in faror of
the adminieltratiou of Gourd Otteist,
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- The foible* -dispatch irons 1s
Liman. who is it present. in Harris
burg, was received this (Wednesday)
/4111assrio; Pa 4 Muth 19,1679.
ilinkau, Do:pm:ilk &oat* Alas llelayl
ldr) in the abeam of Boater rmat, has auk•
ed through the emote to-allis a bui ttgakiag
Iliadtcord amity to expend One Ilvadred
Thousavid Dollars la the erectlea of wordy
haddiage it Troy. The will be re-votaider
14:1 x..-r.,Fri".l I
In consequence of the sickness
which luta prevailed among the mem
bers of the Legislature and the death
of two Somatobs, the boluses of the
sessioa'has been eery much retarded,
The McCursz-Ciakr contested seat
.!case is now occupying the attention
`of the Senate 'Committee, and will
probably for the remainder of the
Among the local bills passed in the
Senate we find the following: .
An set to repeal ail laws that niro consta
blos of the several townships and oeougbs of
the oounties of Bradford and Susquehanna to
make retinas to the several warts of said
counties, and also providing that the several
townships and boroughs shall pay the coasts.
bias for attendance on elections, ad far u re
lates to the county of Bradford.
An act to divide the borough of Towanda in
to three wards.
The bill restricting the Commis
sioners to an expenditure of $70,000
the construction of the Jail has
also passed both Mouses and been
approved by thq, Governor.
Maj. Duerr of this county intro-
duced the following resolution on
the 28th, ult., which was _lopted:
That hereafter this Home will bold
sank= every Thursday afternoon, from three
to ass &elm* P.lL,for the further consideration ,
of public bills.
If this action has the effect to rouse
the members to a little more mental
activity, it will accomplish some good
to the whole country.
On Thursday the Senate passed a
joint, resolution, demanding paymest
from the general :Government of the
money paid GEOBGE. 0. Eva" which
never reached the. State treisury,
on the ground that the drafts were
made payable to the order of Joss
W. GEARY, and were not endorsed by
The Senate on motion of Senator
BUCIALEW, also recinded the resaln
tion to adjourn on the 28th of March,
and fixed the time April 15, instead.
In the Hcrase a bill to incorporate
the Sullivan Anthracite Coal Co.,was
~srnaau.••a anus TILE YEAR
EST IN TEE WORLD.
Senator Henry Wilson in his vig
orous speech in New Hampshire, the
other day, said:
- "The Democratic part Y-4 mean
the modern Democratic party—came
into power in 1829, under General
Jackson. One man, Samuel Swart
out, in General Jackson's day, when
the Government raised only a few
millions of dollars a year, stole $l,OOO,
000 in the New York Custom
House—nearly as much money as has
been stolen under this administration
in three years, in collecting and pay
ing out nearly $2100.000,000. The
per centage of loss under this admin
istration has been 'less than ' under
any administration, since General
Jackson was inaugurated President
nt the 'United States.- There is not
ehadcnw oldonbt of it. I assert here
'nd now that there has been a less
percentage of loss under GBn. Grant's
Administration thin any other Ad
loinistraton sine the days of John
Quincy Adams.. John Tyler, a eon
of President Tyler, in Blotter recently
published, states that there were in
Van Buren's Administration ninety
eight receivers of public money,
ninety-six of whom were defaul
ters. Ninety-six out of ninety-eight?
(Langter.) Is there any man here to
night who knows that any one of
these men was ever sent to the pane
tentiary P I believe that .a Republican
thief is worse than a Democratic
thief. [Laughter). He has not had so
many bad examples. (Laughter and
applause). A Republican thief is the
wickedest and meanest thief in all
he land. He joins a great party
that was brought into being to give
freedom to the 'slave, maintain the
lenity of the country and preservelhe
life of the nation. Inithe ranks of
that party is a large mass of the coun
try of the praying men and_ women
of the country. - A man who joins
that political organization, betrays
his trust, and steals the money of
the'Government, is a base creature,
and the penitentiary is the enly plat*
where he should go.
Jobbing Repiblicans, 4 ake notice !
Siestricktrr.—The committee of the
House of Representatives on Elec
tions, last week reported a bill auth
orizing Governer-Geary to appoint an
Auditor-Geneial to fill the interim
between the expiration of the present
incumbent, Gen. Hartranft, and the
election of a new officer, which was
authorized by the same- bill to take
place next fall. When those slanders
against Gen. Hartranft appears in
the New York Tribune, the House
immediately amended the bill, and
extended the term of Gen. Hartranft
until a successor shall be duly elec
ted. The Bill thus amended was
passed unanimously—not a single
Democrat or Republican *Voting
against certainly signifi
cant. of the present temper of the
House towards these two officials.
The same bill will slab pass the Sen
NW Andrew Johnson's was the last
example we have had of a "mixed"
Administration. It was very much
such a one as we should get from a
President elected by Democrats and
disappointed Republicans. Maier
Johnson's Administration, during fif
teen months, sixty-seven millions of
dollars less taxes were collected than
dun:4 the same time, with the same
liwi, under Grant's Administration.
VIA , ' tit** lib, to rtiettio t-
All IA the Omits iltateT
NEW F illei,lloinalt
Fifteen Hundred Majority !
- ' PUNT
Oncoruk March 12420 rt.. 11.-
The returns of the vote for Governor
. iftrinine towns, give
Straw, Repo 18,470 18,470 ; Weston,
Damask 73,585 ; Blackmer, Tern
prance, 85 ; Cooper, Imbor &form,
116 ; scattering, 4u giving a major
ity in these towns of 889 for Straw.
These towns last year gave Pike,
RePtibliaan, 10,693 ; Weston, Demo
crat, 11,879 ; scattering, 943.
& W. Am-oati.
Coicoan, March 19-11 P. x.—One
hundred and - twenty towns foot nip :
Straw, 24,570 ; Weston. 22.622 ;
Blaelnner, Temperance. 196 ; Coop
wr. Labor &form. ITO ; seatterma,
71. Straw's majority is 1.411, whi&
will be reduced somewhat by the re
turns to some in.
Mucnewres, Mau Much 12--
Midnight—Returns- from the State,
as few as received, indicate the elec
tion of,Straw by about 1,600 majciwi
ty. The Republicans are holding a
congratulatory meeting at the City
Hall, short speeches are being made
and the election returns read to the
The Republicans have made a gain
of seven. Representatives in this city,
and hive probably secured a good
working majority in .the Legislature.
Porrsuoins. March' 12-Midnight.
—The Republicans are jubilant over
the result of the election and paraded
the streets tall a late hour with a band
Marcy, Dem., is defeated by War
ren Brown in this Senatorial district
by 200 majority.
Colton.% 110 ~. x.—One hundred
and seventy towns give Straw 22,839,
Weston 19,812, Blackmer 337, Cooper
The Legislature stands Republi
eans,l67; Democrats, 101; Labor
Reformers, 8 ; Temprance,2.
LETTER FROM WARRINGTON.
Ida. Eerroa Mara' ft= in slurp on time,
with great gnats of wind whistling and blowing
keenly about our ears, accompanied by a storm
of snow which was decidedly the storm of the
season ; eitheetgiu during the pest winter, we
have had several of no mean pretensions. .As
one of Pennsylvania's honest old Governors =-
claimed, in reply to an address of welcome ten
dered hi= when on a visit to a certain northern
town of his State : "I have been everywhere
very well received, bat, gentlemen, this does
beat *IL" So with the present storm of snow,
which is declarird in this vicinity to bo one of
the greatest we have had within the recolico.
tk atici t c l ileir:erl wa sagiceat t i " conseinences,
and however much mud we must hereafter
wade through, we gladly accept the situation.
It affords at least a temporary r4pite from the
drifting and blinding clouds of dust that hare ,
atm= constantly been blown in our faces.
Since the advent of Lent there hu been but
little social activity. A few dinners and suppers
have served to fill up the time, with as wear.
banal "Bute boilable," These sociable', how
ever. must not be oonaidered of minor import
ance. Judging from the great number of
oriels and Generals that are always reported as
having been In attendance, we must conclude
that tin are not only interesting but Tully
eopular.l Their continuance through Lent is
eiidence that no earthly or heavenly consider
ation is of sufficient weight to cuss their sus-
pension ; consequent/3 , each week brings along
its sociable and each - sociable brings its hour of
enjoyment, when all are Colonels or Generals,
and every one is happy.
At the Arlington we have a new arrival of
Japs—pan Ambassador Extraordinary and sidle,
including some seventy or eighty of those dark
skinned, almond-eyed oriental', with huge
trunks, boxes and baskets, covered with hiero
glyphics, strange figures and strange devices,
fresh - 13am the flowery Kingdom of he Mikado,
the mysterious realm of tea and "term."
From the peculiarities of their dress we are
at a lose to determine whether they are nub
or female; but, from the unconcerned manner
in width they mingle with the curious throngs
that crowd around them, we judire them to be
of the masculine g4nder. We undoutand that
among them are seieral diguitariesofticials high
is sathoity in their native land, who have come
among u for the purpose of obtaining a better
knoeleilge of American institutions, commerce,
laws,and our system of gene' raiment. It is said
that already several of them have expressed a
desire to adopt our style of dress and abaci
don the loose nnshepety garments which they
-now choose to wrap themselves in.
With them are several girls and young ladies,
daughters of the noblhty, who have been seat
here for the express purpose of receiving an
education. contrary to the long established
custom of their country, which, we learn, en
tirely forbids the education of women. Who
knows but that the object of this preidbitioo
was, possiby, to prevent having among them a
certain class of strong minded women, such u
we now Iwo here, who are ending fault with
the Almighty Locum they wore not created
On Monday last, precisely at noon, - the Am.
humidor and his attendants, each shining in
costumei of heavy black silk, with swords en
cased-in scabbards of Over, elaborathrely ad;
caned with gold and jewels. made their appear.
ance at the Executive Mansion, and were form
ally received by the President, vim President,
members atlas Cabinet, members of the Ben•
ate audible*, of liepresentattves, Heads of
Bureaus and those of their Chief Clerks who
happened to be the fortunate - poss es sors of a
stool pen coat, whits vest, and kids to corres
The event or this mission is fraught with
much significance and importance as far aid
feetintrour relations and intercourse with this
ancient and pirweitil Empire, that, up to the
present time, has mentantly refused an over
tures for a closer intimacy with other nations.
It marks the beginning of a new era in ChiiiZr
Lion and •ciatimeree, and crlibita a determina
tion ttoom their part to throw down the bent
en; which have, for oenturies ezeludod • them
from the path of Progress. "rue I fruits of all
this will not only be beneficial to the United
Mates, but must be productive of good to other
On last everting a magnificent oration was
tendered them by the filtivernment . authorities
in the grand hall of the Masonic Templeorblcb,
for display, lavish decorations, profuse wits
silk, satin and tinaol, combining all ( that is at
tractim and Amain . to the eye,. and also . few
the number of difnitignished ladies and gentle
men present, has never been surpassed in
ands of invitation wore issned to thenumber
eififteen kindred, Which pecked the hell to Its
utmost capacity; end 'although it might be
considered to have been s perfbet jam, yet em
ery mark of courtesy and respect was -paid
these visitors. The Embrey has been receiv
ed and treated with dstneguished . midden
In ramse to an invitation catamled them
by Speaker Blaine, they will visit the Sous to.
day at eleven o'clock, can., on which occasion
they will be received on the door, and a recess
will be taken, in order that the members of the
House may be introduced to the Ambassadors.
This evening the Embassy will attend the Na
tional Theatre to witness the performance of
the opera of the "Bohemian Mil l " sod frqs
ail that eta Worm% they thus Ihr tt
Wag thwattia artesittier qmlh
ILVOICLICO zs ItAXCRISTXII.
REJOICIMI EC roataxonz.
LAT= AND BETTER.
Waszciarox, D. (7., 1/arch 6, 1872.
aifilet• e. ths *WI • es ash)
of inns question tr oar, istehist lit
tle direst Instarturts Mot Whets
of tee ttinflnitrais 0011111illatillank
witty Aitivoirwa the
i l tatikW Mid tits lifialijintikiltiltis Ills WWI
of Intlitottl gigs*, ur i to . the Senate
WIN* aka has toms sem libel .1* dais at
Ills illimillinpsafiniMintittiL ' '
?otL Ettis whS, the skim'i eoppdhead
i siensent oss la sostaelos, a* did vat fail to es
preisiind mhthill their matidsetion • over what
they vainly hoped was UM utter. annthilation of
the grhn Chtelhin whom''their whale *Wader.
ate army wan unable to vancluni. /Int their
esaltatioos wets of short duration. The uns•
venal verdict al the people is that the Aim?*
onslaught of Uwe Soaators has resulted only
in a cowls% Wino ; that, with ail their ma
ntis and tact, they have been caught in their
own snare, and the blow that they aimed at the
President has rebOunded with four-fold force
Every attempt to involve Isresident Grant in
any charge of corruption ,or dishonesty has
thus far utterly bitted. 'The enemies of General
Gnat, instead of destroying, are adding to his
atntagth and popularity. Be grows stroogei
with the people with every saeoessive Ware
of his ememies to make good. their charges
whist him. It is perhaps well forth. Repab
Sean party that these false chances ar e made,
met, and apnea, before the campisign begins ;
and the effort as prejudko the Administration
by all manner et cslumnies, sines the, opening
of Eloeigtoss, has not, so ire, Ilona any aPPre
Tice people are too intelligsnt to be milled
by eleventh hour charges and investigations on
the era of a Presidential nomination. They can
not be so easily hoodwinked ai the illustrious
Schurz is Co. may Ulla. As Senator Conk.ine
said fa his great speech, "They had toonmel
to do with preserving this natio tally when it
rocked in the throes , of an 'earthquake, not to
know who they were that assailed it andl who
The truth is,that this whole cry of corruption
and malfeasance is one of the most transparent
frauds and humbugs of the day; . and no one
knows blotter than the gentlemen who have led
the attack, that thaw charger have not the
slightest foundation in troth.
The' opponents of President Grant's renom
ination and re-election are really in a sad way.
In whatever &sotto.: we turn tho prospect of
the opposition is bleak and dreary, without
light of sun or moon or stare. The watchmen
on the political ramparts return only ono an
swer "nothing but grass growing and winds
blowing, and nobody coming.* •
From the report of J. D. Cameron.
submitted to the stockholders of the
Northern Central Railroad last week.
we glean some interesting partial
lars concerning the operations of the,
road during 1871. The total earn
ings for the year were $4,266,898,85;
the expenses for the same period
were $2,989,737.85, leaving a -net
profit of $1,277,161.00. The increase
of earnings over 1870 was $178,274..
During the year 1.091,356 passen
gers were carried. The number for
1870 was - 1,087,895. Increase in
There 'haii been a decrease in the
number of pasawngers coming from
and going to other lines, but a&in
crease in the number of local passen
gers. The increase in the local is
attributable to an average- reduction
af .445-EbOx 43. A., rt WC Ur CV
mutation tickets, which was made on
the first of April last. The local
passenger rates are now extremely
low, and must certainly tend to build
up a Very large travel to points near
The'amount of freight moved in
1871 was 4,161,400 tons.
The amount of freight moved in
1870 was 3,580,700 tons.
An increase of 281,485 tons.
The percentage of increase was 12
per cent , a gain of 6 per cent. on
the increase of the preceding * year.
The price received for moving one
ton one mile in 1871 was 1 63-100
cents, being 17-100 of a cent less
than in 1870.
The operating expenses were 4 7o
06-100 per cent. of the receipts, be
ing 1 26-100 per cent more than the
previous year. '
Daring the year 1,800 tons of steel
rails have been purchased,end a por
tion of them placed on the side track
between York and Harrisburg. In
testing them satisfactory results have
been obtained, and it is recommend
ed that they take the place of the
old ones as rapidly as • • 131 e.
All the let •ow an in
crease in trade, the Shaalakin divi
The coal transportation on the
main line shows a total of 788,472
tons. In 1870 it was 391;493 tons—
an increase of 96,974 tons. The coal
transported over the Elmira division
was x 07,417 tons—an increase of 60,-
974 tons, of which 61,344 tons wat .
bituminous and• 5,949 tons was an
thracite coal. The bitiminotts coal
trade of this diiiaion is an entirely
new tradi,and this year will increase
very largely. The mines at Ralston
,are now producing five hundred tons
daily and the company has been no
tified by the coal company that they
have orders for and will be prepared
to ship one thousand tons per day
after the first of May next.
With the completion of the Balti
more and Potomac railroad leading
into Washington, a huge increase of
trade is anticipated. When that day
arrives—whidi we are assured is near
at hand—the public will rejoice that
the detention, and transhipment of
baggage no longer exists in Balti
more. Passengers from the North
can take their seats in the cars of
this company and be set down under
the very ;abadow of the capitol in
Washington, without farther trouble.
Owing to the character of the leas
es and trackage contract for the tiie
of the line beyond Elmira, the com
pany•has been somewhat etabarrasi
rd in the operations of the alienating
and Canandaigua roads. To get a
more perfect control of those roads
they have been endeavoring to se
cure them either by purchase or per
petual lease, and hope soon to con
summate some permanent arrangb
The election for directors resulted
as follows : J. D. Ctinfilil/2, Wm.
Mort* J. P : donee, A. -E. Kapp, -
Wm. Colder Henry Welsh, Geo.
Small, IL F. Newcomer, and S. K
Shoemaker. Subsequently a meeting
of the directors • wail held, and Mr.
Cameron was molested ]President od
ski Midi und Thaw tlaitt
elected o director to AU the i Taney
in - the bout 't
There bark.been added daring the
year $141,997 014 to-litieinhi ni falill.
making the tote' annituttnow that
land 1863,891 ti-
. It having lairetno 'desirable to get
posseedon of the majority of the
stock of the Shamokin Vidley and
Pottsville 'railroad_ compwl►, for the
purpose of arranging for the,bonded
debt of that company, amoiniting to
$700,000, which' matures 'on the Ist
of August next, and for the payment
'of which the Central is revonxible
- tinder the lease authorized by the
directors at their kat annual meet
ing, the officers sold 12,034 shares of
the stoek of this company, and pur
chased alike number of.-shares of
that company. To meet the,, bonds
referred to, \and to 'purchase addi:
tional coal lands, the 'Shamokin Val
ley and Pottsville railroad company
issued a mortgage loan for 1;.,000,-
000, which bonds have been -endors
ed by this company` and the Phil: •
delphia and Erie railrnad company,.
The namokin Valley \ and Potts
ville Railroad Company now • own 9,-
000 acres of coal land, sufficient to
provide a large lumina of tonnage
for this line, independent •
of all Oth
The management of the road has
been such as to reflect great credit
on the officers. And as it already
yields such a handsome net revenue
over all expenses, its receipts must
he very largely increased when that
intolerable embargo atßaltimore is
removed by the opening of the new
line to Washington.
The directors of.tho Erie Railway
Company, met on Mondity last, on
the call of the Vice President, to fill
two vacancies in the board of direct
ors. One after another of the dn.' °t
ors resigned, and their places 'were
rapidly filled amidst' considerable ex
citement and confusion.
Jay Go.ild was removed from the
presidency. and - General J. A. Dix
was elected in his place. The follow-
ing are the newly elected officers and
directors of , the road:
President—General J. A. Di z.
Vice. President—O. 11 P. Archer.
Assistant Treasurer—J.: D. White.
Superintendent—G. B. McClellan
Diridors—General Dix, 0. H. P.
Archer,' G. C. Hall, Mr. Drake of
Corning, W. Sherman, George Steb- .
bins, W. B. Travis, John Q. A. (Jan
son, S. L. M. Barlow, Chas. Day,
,McClellan, General Divan,
Dr. Eldridge, Jay Gould, Homer
Ramsdell. and Mr. Lsi.sing.
A resolution was pafsed that the
treasurer has no orders for money.,
and that all employes of the road
pay no attention to any one but
President Dix and Vice President
Archer. - It 'was then ordered that
.istr-vratrarts or -arc Luca - ebutati
be notified of the resolution, and in
structed to disobey Gould or the old
officials. Board then adjourned.
These proceedings were a surprise
to Gould and his party, and were re
sided by the late President, but the
revolution seems to have been ac
complished, as the Superintendents
and other officers give in their ad
hesion to the new government.
On Tuesday, Jay Gould formerly
resigned his position as President of
the Erie Railway. •
The news was at first' eceived with
credulity, but when its truth was es
tablished, a scene of wild disorder
- Shortly after the announcement of
Gould's resignation, Gould himself
dismissed Lynch and his men, saying
that all was settled. Order was then
restored, and the policeivere dismiss:
When everything was si tlea,Arch
er, Gould and Gen. Dix• walked into
the President's room and were re
quested= to take formal possession.
Gould spoke but a few words, and
showed Gen; Du the different tele
graph wires and other arrangements.
The kited rumor is to the effect
that Judge Ingraham,wbo is at home
sick, has issued an attachment
against John Hilton, - one of the
board of Erie directors, for an' alleg
ed contempt in violating the injunc
tion order issued Monday.
Si. We notice that a bill provid
ing for the abandonment of the North
Branch tana4etweon Wilkes Bari
and State Line, has been introduced
into the / House of Representatives.
Unless the Canal is to be repaired
and kept in navigable order, the
sooner it is filled np with earth, the
better; as in that case tho Railroad
company would put dowU another
id. C. D. Banntan, editor of, the
Pittsburg Come mercid was on Tues
day appointed Auditor General of
Pennsylvania, by Governor Gam-, to
fill the vacancy caused by the death
of Dr. SmoToN, the Auditor General
elect. The appointment is to tate
effect in May.
•S,. The Merchants and importers "
of Philadelphia tendered CoL Foratr
sin elegant banquet at the Academy
of Music on Friday evening last.
President Gs.tyr was present, and
speeches were made by 3forros Mc-
MTerart, CoL Fonssv, Collector Coin
LET and others.
Ng. Mr. Mrrains, of Tioga conn
ty, has introduced a bill in the House
of Representatives repealing, the law
mating an Additional Law Judge
in that Judicial District.
APPLICATIONS FOB LICENSE
ISLudt Term.ls72. at Troy.
Y. D. Vase
V. N. Lan:
Yin Y Whitman'
:Unman & rarscala.
SEE pl t3EEDt
LL an AND sma.r. CLOVES AND Tlitchint
USD the Ede at W. A. ROCKWELL.
500 TONS 11"
Good Ttatothy Hay wanted at Rockwell'a Yourr
Prem. for which each will be paid on deli .
Towanda, Dec. 8. brfl. W. A. BOCK
PORK + Haw% Lard, Dried
eitt 11, irre clag2shatactiorr---- Bad
/rein 8411 V
CODDING 81:1813,fiLL k CO.,
Would say that notwithstading the
rise in priaes of many goodi, that .
they continue to keep their nand
stock of IRON, STEEL, TINWARE
&0., and will sell at close prices ftz
ready pay. The MERRY CHRIEIT-;
MAS with iron copper-lined reser
voir and patent slide, allowing steam
to, piss into: the smoke pipe, finds
favor wherever tried. We haie also
Few Empire, '
We continue to pipe homes for
gas, and to do all kinds of plumbing.
Lead and Copper work •as well as
general s Tin and Sheet-iron jobbing
cal short notice.
Dexter Feed Cittters.
Chaffed Feed Cutters.
Corn fibsßora.. Morn 'Boners.
Clothes Wringers. Baby Wagons.
To Carriage twikers - we would
Psbent Mips,le. Thais,
We arc always headquarterss.for
All kinds of
Knives and Forks, Razors,
Pocket ktdves, - Strops,
Plated ware, Lamps and Chi mays,
' Loathes Belting, Rotary Force Pumps
Babbitt Metal, Ray Rope.
CODDING RUSSELL A - . CO
Feb. 22, 1572.
BOOTS AND SHOES
Have the sok control for the Retail
Lad as ana retailing them we low aa other houses are
Be sure flat you are buying thaw, Boats. for it Wool
stand to reason:that an Latent Boot, made by us&
daze throughout. will begin • to wear with tba cola.;
Marge aaioettneut, whl we are setting at • Large
head= Ist prima. We keep time bid that quality
FL7sIF: SHOEg 1 -
FOE SHOES 1
Fur Liktiell. Sli.eer dui Children. In Feb. Goat. Sid.
Preach Nil. Berge and French Calf. In fact all the
lOW maartilictareo by the beat Factories baths
A FULL -.L.Dig-Or BURT'S GOODS 'ON MIND!
:oat males& a Wrists* -of Walt Itafralo'asd
Lap atm gam Ittaaketa. Whips, ke., wilt&
we aro Patna camp tot cash. •
W. A. THOMAS. Clark.
The last eeinettaao In this section at , eoaemoa3•
bag plow. '
Oho as i 19111 exel 7onieill be milted.
National Feed Cutior svid
Call. and see us wheu you wish to
In; endless variety.
L. L. MOODY &CO.,
BOOTS AND SHOES
Ihiuufacturod in Towanda,
DON'T BE DECEIVED
TrXTES. TRAVELLNO BAGS. AC.
L. L MOODY & CO.
WIROMALE PILL62I. t
cornetima grer y wennesasy. by C. D. PkTea'
sAlses to damps didity.
VASt. lk bulb ... 40 . , gt -
"Oora. bola ......
C 919, WIP4
jotter' I lb
d o J.. 111 Dow
1434 . 22
Pokito••• 10 Wilk
roar. 11 bowel 0 • 0 00)9 to
OuSaiiii‘ II 330 ...
Wassins os 03o13.4— phial 60 lb. 0:
; Cons as
p is all ma,; onto 32 tbs.; Bartiv 1b..; Backwu ct
ii tbs.; Boom 62 tbs.; Boon 20 ; CLover flood go ;
no, ; Timothy Seed 44 lb.. i Lotted Puches 34 1b..;
Deka Applos 23 lbo.. mu Seed 50 lbs.
paICELIST -- CASCADE MILS.
roar, best illarat *fiat*. •-••••• .... 1200
banal ........ . 0 0 ,
Coakaafirladlas r u r ai . ones: „
wit, at ina mill is ^l.l tca , a Inge amount
forL • SS. !INGHAM.
Comptowa..inly 23. 1870.
CENTRAL, COAL YARD,
H. WEr.LES, Proprietor
1711211 lifter not Ace prime st Tied us, per tat tcc
of 2000 pounds
Egg, or-No. 2 _
Pikers. or Nos. S and 4.
ISM, aril*. 5
Large Stare ~ St en
Small Store ..... St 00
Nut 3 23
The toll - awing additional charges will be zeteeEl T
dallverLeg coal within the borough Inuits:
Per ton 50 ete. T atra for carryieg in 54 ca
Half ton " ".• " ~ : 3
Quarter, ton t :.26
Sir Lows Ordain at my Coal Mice. 'No. 3. Zee ,
c ore Om Mick. south aide. or at Dr. EL C.,Perter
ik Co..' Drug Store.
Ordell must in all ism be leiooni •
Towanda. Peb.`l.l2. B. SI. vrrum,
TowAm)A COAL YARD.
ANTE BUTTE AND BSTITILLNIOUB COLLii. •
The undersigned. having lamed Doi ocal Yard
Dock at the old • Barclay Badn." and Dot complete:
a large Goal -honae and Odic* apart the preimou.., m y
now prepared to furnish the citizens of Towanda as
vicinity with the different kinds end sizes of the above'
tanned coals upon the most reasonable terma iu any
vaunt, desired. Prices at the Yard until further
notice per net tot of wog pound.:
Egg, or No. 2. "
or Nos S and 4
Nut or. No. 5
.. i 60
Small Stove COO
'MA 3 25
"Barelay" Lump 4 Oo
•• Bun of Nines . 4 CO
Fine. or Blackamizh - • 3 sr,
. The following-addltional charges irill be nut.k for
delivering Coal 'within the borough limits :
Pei T0n....50 cents. Mitre rct carrying in. 50 men,
Balt T0n..35 •• " " " • " 25
Qr.T0n...25 " llal 11(
. 4, 25 ...
liar Orders' may be left at e Yard. corner of Rail
road and Elizabeth Street. ilr at Porter k Ent; e.
106. Order mist is all cues be, aecompatied
the oath. NAIID & moynatE..-
Towanda, Feb.. 1..1872-A,
SEASON OF 1871 2
L O. OF G. T. LEO=
Theeenaluittro have antic the btlowill i t vi SS , A. •
Dr. J. -G.•=ll OLLAND
Dato—TUESDAX: 1e;1. •
- ' The Social trolesso - A•,. '
JOHN B. GO UGH.
Diti•-,M2rSEISDAY. Way I,\lr'-:
Solje zt --', 2flasion of Skioewagb.
ANNA W. DICKINSON.
S iht 4d- -
Hoary Ward Beecher,.
TUa 11Mi DEL:4'3OIIN QUINTL'TTe. CLUB
Cunctrt DEc.I:III.IER 1.
Battersea Seats '
• • Tickets
Tickets for Sale at POUT= & Ersesr's Drug Store.
Sale of Beserrest Seats will conatuetce two days
before earl lecture. -
no. V. SANDERSOS.
T. W. v.tri
;ri:nriguu s. Oct. S. 1871. -
AYER'S RAIR VIGOR!
10 rra rasruir. vrtazzrr &NT , COLOR
Advancing years. sickness. care. dlappoi.:txt..r.t,
lad hereditary predisposition. all turn the bar
gray; either of them disposes- it to fall of prem.
tuistr...and either effect is unsightly and unpimarkt
to behold. Dr. Alma's coustaamade skill tall pro
duced an antidote for these deformities, which has
won gratitude for him from multitudes of settee
and men. .IDe Ham VIGO% sometimes „reproduce.'
lost hair; and always restores to faded and gray hair
Its natural color, with the gloss and freshness of
youth. The comparatively for bald and heads
that_se now see. ire those who hare not yet disco'.
seed the virtues of Arim's Hixa . Vraon for renewing
the hair. The fresh and youthful hair selectee
older !mails is ftetithe product of his art. If you
aro dist:rated, or made old, arvitere and ugly. by
gray hair. restore its ycnattLful color. sad with It your
tortures to their original softness
As an ologantortaz.z for bcautaffoo; theEau•
Lae no impeller. -
Z.:, a:1 Drug:ll44 Loa Draiers
-PRICE ONE - DOLLAZ.
lIISPLPSD as .
C. AXES & CO., Lou..wn
Practical and Analytiad Chemists,
AIM NOW ALL ItOrND TIM IFORLD.
Dr. .11. C. PouTsm, Sos 4 co., Wholesale Ar :3,
towsztda. 13., and for Bala by deilers ttrou,t3k , , , at
. Dee. 7, 1811.-I,yeow.
THE HOME • :SHUTTLE SEW-
EClfi MACECINE, TIEIE PERFECTION' OF
SIECHANISif, }xis Esurmu. Fzia.rta, Bnirrsu.
Mumma, fisaatzo,' Qtwrrs.7,,
ECFTLINI:. ihrit-S7tTCPZNG GATITFLINt
Simple, Compact, Efficient, Intrablean , lColuptete.
Every Machine 'Warranted- fey live
years. - •
EQUALLY GOOD POI: I , IIIE. OR - DEWY WODK
It in a Trinrurli of Mechanical
- 1 26 xlicte $B7 - 00
The only practical Icrtir priced Lect•st!ech.Sorit
Don't bC , hluibugned by other Ants blent•y.
no matter how• smooth their tonnuO may be, ec cu:c
they mean largs profits to their; own pockCts. •
DJ R. WOODIII:RN:
Agent for ltrad.ford and Sullivan Coutit:c&
Rome. Briktford county, Ps..Feb.
Oueln6,. south of 31111i2; comprising ono litindlyd
and six acres, of
BOTI'O3i, GILIVEL AND Lp.ol.
very fertile and adapted by its grade l of soil to eltr:
kind of fruit and grain. Um a
an ..1 9O young apple river gmwing, air
• 200 GR.tPE vovi , •
The buildings -are, a good Dwelliuu
in eseelllent repair.
A new Tenant Honee. - two Sarno, Carriage Henn
sad Sheds. BCOTERY VNEIORPABSED by ally
.the minor. •
Posassios gtreu Atli: 2, WI Taigas E 7, -
M a tti!! • . ?HASP azurA_
. lea il•
•• ..13 IX
burzrrAN Assaaacrn COAL.
Subj4S4--"noe Torn; Um'
Subject—.. Will it Pay
Date—FEERL'ARY 29. 1872. '',-
."11.inagogneA and Wortingnieu-'
R. W. -A UMW ;
FOR RESTOBLVG GRAY RAIZ
81:1S - NY
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