Bradford reporter. (Towanda, Pa.) 1844-1884, December 13, 1877, Image 2

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TREY have a twotailed rabbit is
- Tim Murphy feavgr is spreading ovir
Burks county.- 1
Prrrsauar; has four- profossi mum
efaus Nvtio are blind. •
Bra county taiiied s2o ; oo4prorth of
total:ix) taut yinr. i.
. Tur-indebtodness et Pittsburgehurebea
is isstitaatod at $230.000..
Tait Lamalber Watch Companyis pro.
.lusts• bid 'fair to occupy a front rack
amor.g A.merib-ati time keepers. •
Ilnunmtutstl hankers are considerig the
pr4.tpi let 7 : ig refusing deposits silver
coin in ,•ulnts greater than five dollars. •.
GILT, the_ miming Pittsburg
left.bellind him lifiy-five,creditors, whom
he owes Clir,ooo. -
- I
• JOAN NEAT, of eny county, ,was
sloit for a jiheiiiant by his .brother, The
ir.jurep are not dangerous. • •
TnEnt: are about 1,000 oil wells ifl the
Br.ulf4ed . distri.A, with :the prodUctioup
abour t"),009 barrels a day. .
Nice Easton loeit-works, clofieci for a
nwath pu.sed, resumed operations Mon.
Txl:l9oFl)lira Chain and Car-lint;'... - n
pane st.ipped severattona of their'
to St. lowly lately, '
Ifur. New 13A . 4.0n N ovelty Works have
receiver an Order fiorn . London, England,
'rim colored - men in the borough -of
'tiout:i Cloister are trying to . establish a
libra - ,y; reading room and clibiting.socie
Top Pennsylvania Diamond Drill Com
-nany I'oa/wine - has ordered from the
gm, i.rument for drills to be ship--
pe+l3 r Aube )alia.
'lt p. of Antillikkert, - of
inf.. ; v: cir,.wnecl canal :it the f/ A
~f 4 ntr, an,l Our; the city 111th
he.:n Q.-Ire to pay her IVO).
A -n , tt na-neti Prob-t, vain was at rifle
tine, w. rth 95.1:00, wa.a,merntlY nrreats . 4
rt !;:,tl:: : Tris• - .a for rottbingia man of $lOl4.
WitinkN did Lti:
TB v.
: •iiig - lulun" oil. Wgll, the
tirst prudn , led 3,800
I.a! t: day, now flows Only, about forty
banes: -- ,
Tt 'ddllcge E, , rjette's receu
'lron.. .T. Proclor Xttott, of
I;trit einlitnetitetnerd orator,. and
I'l -f. It J. UIIL. poet. 134.0 gentietlitn
'rot ro4raot.l .rery tot' Delaware vnouty
m(1 the j oveverotwoled; and con
- eri, , ,mnefit - ;: itiO9 Ora•reV10111),
jolt ie• • :,t otecommodatottus bts
i.r •v: i• 1.
. A 'toilluber orbusinevi and jot i
ate te..ittetc.: b. it {ten sautl are being
t•r:, t. its3/1!11i Ville, Crawft ell Cililtit.
tiritiotytt any pre Wl•
.TA .1' il . ..:`11.11:1` 4 1 1. 1 A": 141 b.z.ntrreefl last
mf.:!l+ "• 1 ' 6t.r,try to •, -. ixt , •.!en rnantlne
far unilatoun tni'chicf it.
un the Phila. ST. •Eri e
Tyr: ..Lbet day Mi•as 'Harriet Lyon, of
1;1:1% received through the 1g.,: t nuke a
-.f iwney n'hich ioehaletl theintelest
f,,r t.1:1,•y year:; ou a saw stolen froni•her
41,:rt,;.• -ars ago. •
it,the,six new oil completedto 11J W4ret.ii field ,fitiring . Noven!lier
e littler, The other svo toliethrr
th •,v oarri•lri:, The daily prodiic
. his flisti let iH 44t1 barrel,..
.r,1 0 , ; • for; 0f . ..) tons of rails fur,
th% I?' u aziliati railroad bag been fur-
It is tiPtlerstooil they will be nian
tifnetii • rt. nt the ItenOing
tulling' tending.
'FMK larpi amount of freight
i:)t-fr , I . ovor tl,(?„ several risilro:lA:s
le;ti;i.te oat ~r . I'i, Li Di ail .211(1011e
i4.11j, t . ; gu of * - I.lllrt'storation,',A , f
111 , ' Pl.
A I),'''nn7r.r, of )(ajar Getteral Riclin, a
t , ~tte 'of Wai.itigtAtti'n'ni.oct,trtis,-
~I, l,nuni.tis in the rOVltliitiondry
liv.:4; at Uniontown, Fayette county:
yeara old. and until re
•it': . fiV.l NT for $16,474 against .fohu
Yo”nir, s ,, e of the late 31.:rivon Proph
her, 1,1"; , be. n oi,tained. by the first N.i
ti,-naL :Link of Mauch Chunk. Among
11,4. I,i;i , purty• levid tip in the Solt '1.1.13-ce
C; :r large number of signers to'the
1-,aviog Batik -bankruptcy peti
t kill ft roil lay was.tlie turn. Warren
.l. !want, one of theltisticeto of the
tloiot of Pennsylvania, for Lint
self, And daughter.
1.2.2tcr0m in in the midst of a tempotance
rex ivAL Nightly incetingauie held iu the
dirk' eiit - and an imuNtiaj inter
e-,I it ni ' , lli - rested,' Rev., Babcock,
'.igtn! O f f the 'S'atienial.Teinporance
ty.d! . I vs an add .
each meeting. •
• .1%1 r s.\ 3!fTTETlv.t,t;_resiiiing near pibi al
iipniingo.who recentl..y . • Vomit
-I:ra:A rpm% her stomach in Marklvy'll
g to•ae,' Heading, (witted two.inore
F liv:1 shoe hihee, making nine which
e n cj. Ora Irani lien stoxineliAtir
the pabt few yrats.
Pa frtssetet•er Coaches.. and seventeen
hand:(..: and si : freight cars
tr.riled out 'at the Altoooa
bet wt t I and October 21 of this ,
.- year t jog the saute period nine thou
run hundred and tw tiny-three
vat Ht revaired.. coloren itgen 09 years .
•rt - of West Chester, is de a d. I I
vi -Lewis Washington, near
1 1 a Very at tin th.:e ofJohn Brow it's
inalrree• pin, and one Of :lig O'rvcripts.
sftel• the issuing of the
,thntutroitation l'loeLonation he went to
ester ancl v. rehided there until his
• rI LEtt! - .3t in mtheund by '"lown and
gown ti ;1Lt1;," Ili which ntimieutsi at' Llm
and bop , Ilf the town
pal ti, i• •e. Ti.' 1:,o4 :et to eventuated nu
!"rid: •. alien a Ileay . V "I'enn%ylvpam
Ilut0a• al" 'won enduring laurels by
1,a(113 cullegipu.
TtEditeadam Eagle, ifi ,, an editorial ay
- tite 10...4til "What we llave, 9 gives the
• follovito; iti:eiesting statistics, showing,
' the g,i , v1.111 of that city : "The city of
Itend.on.; contains at the present time, a
pOpufation of arieast forty thousand peo
ple. In MO there was mil) one - house hi
Itc,adiup h
; ilit: there were one liunditil
and ti ilt) du i•llings and three hundred
ante`sevvtity-eight persons. lii 1800 the
..,),4tifit' - ‘ff reached twenty-five hundred.
• in +h-h; the old
,towu of Iteadimr. Was by
an act of Assc:inbly incorporated into a
city. 'The census of IKIO gave,the city a
poor! ltl;of of fifteen thousand keven bun
,trerl Null ninety-three, that of I.S(ifl, t wen
fy-thret thnoikand one hundred and sixty
tu o, .and trio litt. national 1 censtur,' 181 . 0
wafe tip iliirty-three thousand MUG` bun-,
dec , i, ;ow thirty-two. Itythili them was a.
clif.e . .!!vate ciliFus taken! of the city,
-, winch pave to it a popul tion of forty
. thiaiii 41 one hundred .and nine. "Large
1-iii or land adjoining the city on ttit
rid , ,, have tarn cut up into butldiag lots
• V. ittlifi 11.e.,Vist year, and when the tide
of jo, speiity WICo more sets in with earn
-0,., foi m Me, thi; country,- which all the
tognii indicate, iteadltitt will in, ,a very
:-3.ort tOne teach a population of fifty
I bon., aro).
E.rpris* prints the follow
s c *tear geoptiiry. cap* of Frederick
r, Jr., vt I; id t . Ciititigi Up before the
I'e/stet ‘if waillfimnixaed for *ant
fireultar ease,
I.fef i ri ittr will bear repetition.
i'.titkr , -t XA* t/01.111.34 , 1 itioure ut three
kg-, fin fimiii.aition ai &bastardy.
~ o • /It ;;... tliq usual flue, co: is
:IA: - oat nropyrioll 34 jail. Proceed
;etre eolievritieritryphad looking.
f..* : :1:4!. t3lllllfrir the itpiolvent net, but
ti:Jfintutztely the •petitirm for the dia.
Largo of ; Inisoner Orem presented to
;t fused to. order
his, releLar. At the ner t tanother petition
uiui tiled, but the court ruled. that after
The pre , etitati n , on •of petition, under the
insoltent. act a future petition could not
be legally recooized. ;Application was
• Mien ;Wade to the County Como : listeners
for redress but dierdeclined to 'remit the
nue and costs. -"T -
appeal wari then Made tothe • Board
'of Pardons, and the calla was argned on
; Titesn.ty., The Asoaid dismissed the
plieation ci.ti the ground that as Yletterer
had never Leen sentenced to•imprition
..'.-WiAt.thil eculd not help him out of 'the.
diftleulty, The prisoner obtain • no
relief evens frOnt the ;Governor, as his
power is confined, independectly a- the
action of the 'Board of Pardons, to a re
inission ( of tines, net of costs. The only
einedy the primmer bat Is, a cancellation
of his indebtednuis by the Commissioners
or Jib: ss ibis is effected, ho
- ssi Pal*. bin town) for —
*Mod *porta.
alapii,noe _
a o. dooosack I. W. ALVOIIIII
Towaada,Pa., Thursday, Dec. 13, 1877.
Ersrm was sworn in as Senator
from Louisiana on Monday.
Tus Russians have gained another
important victory over . the Turks.
and mediation is again discussed by
some of the European pourerit.
tut motion to :quash - the indict
ment against MORTON. the Philadel
phia forger, juiving-been denied, be
will be brought to trial.
TAX POttsville Miners' Journal
says that there is talk of • a new
coal combination, but it, does not
think it probable that it catf , he , ef
fect:A: 11I,r. GOWEN'S plan, it, says,
is for either a committee or a ringle
agent to take all. the coal, pool it,
and make account to each coniPany
for - its shre of the •proceens, the
companies , :to bind: thernslyes be
arnment secured by .collaterals to
3 - o.tict observance of their tiontract.
13ueIt4 County . fn!,ll•ipenrl;r,
one ihe ablest and most
pa; ra _in th\e „State, endorgeri the
roo‘:•qtient place.l . loa. G. A. (how
on the Republican ticket for cover
nor -next &IL It intot: be highly
;frit - trying-to Mr. GROW, and it eer
.tainly is to usj,olhave the s b a pa
bet: . here is. what the •
" A thong the: gentlemen' - whoa
names have 'been suggest for the next
'Uov-frnor- of Pennsylvania is lion.
Gahalkba A. Grown, of -.Susquehanna
i;)ity.• it is not necessary, to tell
:thy lii .publican of Mature Sears who
:4.r.) - irow is, for he was a member of
, i'. - )nlress and Speaker of the Homo.
, •f I:epiesentatives in the early days
t.:;e Sont.hern ;rebellion, when the
iity of „,*ery mon. in publle ste
zli,n was pOt to the most -searching
test ry(et the emergency of thost
tfyilig tit es,utscst suecessfully ; anci
i titooglyhe htegjnot since bees so
' prominent in pOlitical life he still
por:rtesscs the traits of honesty and
tirtnuess of purpose .which then Alis
tinguished him. We (141 not know
that any concerted movement ie to
.1)6 made in behalf vf -Mr. GroW, in
corthectiOn with tlie klovernorship,
l~iit ye doubt that he is the
sort of man with wh.nn ernhst ener
getic; and successful campaign . ! could
be made nett year."_
Tri E •Frapcigeo il
fil e :Id inst. says: "The-schoo ner
L'eo arrived:yesterdsy from Alaska,
having left) . .Kodiak bn theth of
october. - F.- M.. Smint, Jr.', of the
;7 , „
hott , e rAI '
KNER nEu. Az Co.; who
can,. as passenger, reports that 'on
thi 2.6t1i of October, between-5 and f;
o'clock in the evening; a af.y.creF:liock
of bartlneake was experieneesl, eon
tinning ulx.iutlo seconds. Mr.
:1 the 0'
aial -uptain were at dinner \at Is 6-n._ moments coniersation -in the
the time, and the impression for the \ paflor . with Capt. W..T,. Wash, Mau
moinett was that, the vesseU had , tv,er- of the hotel. The captain
struck, the cifect being as if i lle i. k e d grimted her request whereupon she
confided to him the romantic was . dragging over a reef, and -she
of ti. light from friends in the ex
shook violently. The phentTacnon trone 'tth., in order-to marry the
.was noted in 'atitude 43° I'3' nrth,
longitude I2B° west, the vessel being
between 300 and 400 Miles from lan(l
ITII also gives the "particulars
of d brisk fight %Well ocpured seyer
inontas ago At Cape Prinee of
Wales, Rehring Straits,tbetweeu th'e
crew of a whaling-brig: qorn Hpnolu
and the natives,.of which no pie
*ins • account had reached here:
While the brig was lying near shote
the lelians,headil by'w . chief,,board
ed her and made_a demand for liquor.,
'this not being compli d with,an at-•
tack wus made . oir the crew, the chief
throttling the raptain of the brig and
giving hiin a lively tussle for a time.
Tiie Captain and crew finally succeed
ed inreaching the cabin, where arms
Isere at. hand, and the result of the',
Ight, was the killing of 15.0 f the In-'
' Yone of the crew were ser
iously injured' The Leo spoke the
brig on which the fight occurecl on
lic•r lassage down."
"Clic Akron (Ohio) Beacon Anis re
veiVed the following private letter
- from a resident of Minnesota giving
'an . account of a wonderful deliver
ance froui grasshopre)a: "We in
this region have ; passed from ea
treme—depression iir the Spring to
high rejoicing iu the Fail. One year
.ago the grasshoppers had deposited
their eggs over a region of some 4110
miles north and.,south, anti from the
Rocky Mountains to neat the Nis*.
issippi in this State, and in
puny: sections, they had preyitihal
for lOtir years. General gloom' had
settled over Gie people. There wa's
a turning unto the Lord on the part
of Cod's people. Urgent requests
Were Presented to the Governor of
Minnesota; and inthe Springs . day
hUmiliation and ,player• wan, alp-
pointed by him, and pretty generally
OisierliFed, not only by Christians,:
but by many who. did not claini that
character, for all confessed that the
case was beyond the , control of man.
01 the evening-of that day a cold
rain-set in, and bad weathereontinu
ed some eight or ten days, which no,
doubt killed a good many,.,but the
multitudes- were. 'so: great . , that
those thus killed made no preeepti.
t)le imptession. They hatched, ind
I RN them. so thick that in sPote:
there were certainly ari,,inch deep of_i
yiiiing hopper& • They. continuedT:l
with us until - they mattered-.full
and fun Winged---4nd did , got dest4iy
the ertipai a thing tinheard'of before,
and then llewaway; 'and if they did
not - stop wonder is ,
Where dial they i go ? Fur,three weeks
the sky, in looking nearly the
sun, - was whiz# with' them, like the
sun slaining;on .tenthering...flakEs of
falling: snow."
Oft. clO5O Ttlegds7 192/1
That the feint elitertaitted amt ex
pressed during the last campaign in
regrl to the designs of the rebels on
the public treasitry, were well Pund
ed o, ainnttly being demomitrated.- A
prOpositiOn 1116 been' submitted to
the House to take tram the War be. ,
partment certain claims for damages
which are suspended -there, for want
of prodf of loyalty, and have them,
.uhmitted to h special committee, st
iPcted by a Deinocratic Speaker. The
archives now in possession of
the War Department : have been th 4;
In , ans oflestabli'shing the disloyalty
(Jr many claimants' but with a coral
mittee made 1113 of Solithern mem
4.er4, such evidence would not miii
rate against thh-parties presenting
clairas. The presumption that claim.
Nuts fur da tiages,sustained at the
41 nits of the - Union-Army during the
war I* , )r \ ithc suppression of the-rebel-
lion were disluyal , is 'based on a well
established \ principle of la*, and one
whien has 'been sustained by the_
ijiittest courts. , N ‘rdle the people of
SoUth were eitikens of the United
Statep, and subject Lo \ 4l the oblige,
thins imrooed by .the. epitatitation
;init the lawts i they. were, in , comae
( of the de farm GoveriunentY
till j(-1' they Hied, 'rflident4. of
ti: too-tale country. •The United States 1
caliti not be held liable for' injUry
cHtts. , d to their property-unless they
were personally faithful to thesNa
tiom:l -Government,. and that they
sere so is an' assumption contrary u - i
the whole current of facts at. that
time. To pass a law declaring. that
the, presumption of claimants' disloy
aity, which has so !mg prevailed,
~ m l,, allich is so strictly consistent
s'tii justice and lesson, shall .be re.
yeti= •fl-, is equivalent to enacting that
Ow thvininent shall pay for nearly
ail (btioage which `was done by the
nai.kiml Itr les in the South: It is
n , .1,. itemiragi_‘g to sec a proposition
of Ili.- kind utaA.n - Congress at this
t i . ..; e. ;The Democrats have the House
, t. h• it hands; they e., to say the
1. , a4t. as strong as theNlepublicami
\ Cr%
ii the Senate; and they nfidently
expeA to control all branche \- of tht.
tiOvi rnment in a short time. lien
diet comes about tliecountry hase.y.
TA. -
pry, eason to expect : that a very se
Haw raid will be organized on the
Tr , aitiry, and only-too much reason
to that it will be successful. -
A Romano :WEDDING.
• An exceedingly ,romanticwedding
wag molemn4ed yestently att.ernooa
at St. Barnitbas' Episcopal Church,
Tire. bride was Mrs. Emma A.-MOore.
of Jackson, Miss i; a • pretty - and ac
complished widow of 23 or 24, and
the groom • Mr. John A. Mayo, a
young merchant' of a)f Orfolk, Ca., who
is a witictwer.,.; On spurday morning
last Mrs. ',Moore arrived in this city
:tn ~ registered as a guest it Ford's
Eutaw Hotel: She lappeared to- be
expecting some one, and bore a look
of (Us:appointment_ tiring the morn
ing. After' dinner she requested a
etoi ,
man she -loved. She left Jackson,
slie relatedindee promise to meet.
in this,e t ity Mr. Mayo, - who - was to
ave joined her at the -depot. She
e: iected to reach the . city on. Thutt
flay but had been delayed by the'
recen .freshet, and was terribly exer
ciied it niintl at the thought that her
int4.led usband •had returned to
- N. - ) rf Ali. ,- , 'he. had been. obliged, si.e
4tart.fl to co "e onto Baltimore to
be, married to escape the intportuni:
ties of a too erde t lover in Jackson.
' She Imil been enga ed to the gentle-
Men referred to in ckson, and in.
[ tended inarryiiig, him, but while at
sSario - oga last Summer s e met Mr.
3layo, and; both fell desperately in
`love. • She left the gay watering-place
pledged toiler new Ave and .with'
the unpleasent task before her of
_breaking the news to - the old one.
When informed of her determination
li,ver No leaved, vowed that - She Was
ailse, and declared that she should'
Marry no one Litt him. , She at once
determined upow her flight, and by a
pretameerted . arrangement with.
,over . No. 2 agreed, to meet him in i
Baltimore. Capt. Wash expressed
his sympathy fur her when she had
' finished .fier romantiii story, and
' voinistAil to render her all the assis
tithes.- in his dower to -lied the miss
ing bridegroom elect. -.. Saturday
[ afternoon and Sunday passed J away,
however Without trace of him being
discovered, and Mrs. Moore, in utter
destwir and thoroughly disappointed
irestilved to return to ner home. Ac
-1 conlingly, she - left-the hotel - yester
day morning, and'at Camden Station
as she was about stepping on the.9:2o
train, the missing and long-looked
for lover niade his appearenee Ex
planation followed greetings and the
happy;pair . returned to the -hotel.
Mr. Mayo, it; appe_itra bad arrived - in
1 the -city before his expectant bride,
r and had been constantly on the a look-!,
out for her, going to -see the sontherk
trains on the. Baltimore and Ohio.-
Mrs. Moore had however come from
Washington over the Baliunore and
Potomac Road, and thus missed him.
, At i:3O o'clock -the.. bridal. couple
stood in that of the chancel of • St.
Barnafas' Church, with only • a
.4 friends of . ths bridegroom, init 'pt.
Wish present,: and were m ade.
e. one
by Rev. A. P. Strykei - Rector of the
church.. The happy pair were driven
from the church to the . wharf,' and.
left on the. 9 o'clock steamer for Nor
folk,•their further
. residence.—From,
the Baltimore . Gazetle, Dec, 4:- •
Ex-Gov. Rolls B. Bicuncx
turned to Atlanta, Ga.,--last week, to
stand his trial for the " - eheaiing and
swindling" alleged to have ,been
scommitled by blip while he was Gov
ernor. The case is to be called up
thie: week, but the Constitution says
- that there is some 'doubt expressed
as to whether it will teach a jury, as
it is understood the defense have o'b
jectioits to urge that wilt, if sustain.;
ed by' the court, leave the State with
out grounds,for prosecution and die
chaige the defendant.
Ass meeting of the Union League'
in Philadelphia, on Monday evening,
resolutions'endorsing iiho President
wetw Adopted. •-='
' MIMS soi Triataile ItSZO:
The veteran eslitorad -
THURLOW Was having. written a
letter *time time in favor of
making "liver is legal tender, fele"
_Position bi keit tiderstood, adQ
makes -0, espliumtloil. We' print
the letter l isot because ire 'agree with
lalr. Wasp but
,aimply- as a matter
r news. We belie so often apressed
our- views on the skbject Mit it 18
unnecessary to repeakthenkbere.
To the Editor of th 4 Need , York
Tribune: I find myself uzpectedly
-ifigniatiaed as itie
n " Inflationist" and
• Repudiator." I day nneepeetally;
bectuse, during Considerably More
than a hall,* century of journalisth,
my efforts were Unifofmly in favor of
a sound Currency and against repu
diation. Conscious only ota desire
to be, useful, I can afford to be
underatood, or even misrepresented,
especially so while advocating a sit
ver standard, the authorty for doing
4o being derived from the Vonstitu.
tion of the United States. Under
that authority the Government has
borrowed and paid thousands of mil.
lions of dollars in solo. No one
questioned the mone#ValHe dt saver.
- was equally precious with gold.
until in 1873 it was secretly demone
tiud A bill ostensibly intended to
regulate the Government mints con
;alined a clausadempnetizing
but so , catltiottsly drawn as to con•
eel its. purpose:. Nothing appears
, n t,:w debate showing that any metn
her of Congress was aware thata
bill. apparently harmless, not only
deprived the country of one-half its
monetary power, but was in violation
of the Constittition. The title - of the
law of 18;1, us will be seenultirnish
ed nu intimation that it contained
such a sweeping clause: "An act re
vising and amending the laws rela
tive to the mints. assay offices and
eoivage of the. United States." The
conspirators, however, did not accoM 7
pikh all they desired\ by the act of
18 3; The following rutipn found
its way into the Re%ised\Statutes,
which were enacted in bulk lu 18;4 :
The silver wins of the United States
',iota be-a legal tender at their nom'oal
vAlue, for - any, junotine not exceeding
onolimytent. •
The Chuirpinn of the Committee,
who aubinitted the report, assured.
House that it contained nothing
but what was found'in the' special'
separate enactments of Con
gress.: 4nd yet there was nothing
to any act of Congress. giving 'the
4emblancii . ; of authority for the sec
tion above quoted. • The . double
frauds were perpetrated without the
knowledge ..of those whO voted for
them and without attracting the-at
Akin 'of ',newspapers correspon
, let ts. Noirdid the President, in ap
provk g the bills • refeiTed to, know
or au-. et that either siruck a fatal
blow at t e interests of the country
and the we are of the people. In a
later' writte by Gen. Grant, dated
Oct. 3, 1873, se 'en months alter the
passage of the la relating to mints,
etc.. he said : •
• I wonder that-silver i at
ing into market to,•supply\ the deficiency
to the i ircuh.ting medium. \* • Exp.:-
rieuw has proved that it take bout
000,000 of the fraCtionalcurreney s to nuke
the Moan change necessary for tle%it,i\raiis
action of the business of the couutSil
ver will . gcsdually, take the place of his
currency, and, further will become t - o
standard of values, which will be hoarde.
in a small way. 1 estimate that this:will
consume from $200,000,000 to $300,060,-
000 in time, of this specie:4 of our circula...
ting medium: • * • I confess to a dc-
Are to see a limited hoarding of money.
But I want to sees hoarding of something
that is a standard of value the world over.
Silver is this. • 7 • Our inines- are
now produeink almost unlimited amounts
of silver, and it is becoming a. question,
• 1 What shall we do with it?" 1 suggest
here - a solution which will answer fur
some years, to put it in- circulation, keep
ing it there until it is fixed and tilt!. We
will find other markets.
The President did not know that'
he had approved' and signed a bill
prohibiting the coinage of a rutien
ey he valued so highly ? It vas riot
until,lB.4, when the Code was adopt.
ed, that the coinage of subsidiary (sil
ver was 'authorized, andt• became a
legal-tender fir $5. And finally,
%lien_ these frauds, perpetrated to
keep gold at a premium' for the bene
fit, Of -bondholders, became known, no
word of reprobation has been heard.
The presA, generally alert, vigilant,
and outspi•aking, has no word of
condemnation against a conspiracy.
to cripple and oppress' the industries
and labor of• the. country. On the
contrary, our leading Eastern journals
bitterly assail those who labor to re
store to the country a Money star id
aid or which it was fraudpkntly de-;
prii•ed. We are stigmatized as sil
ver inflationists for asking the Gov-
eminent to re-establish a financial
basis under which the country and
people were prosperous and , happy
for more than eighty years.
This question, stripped of sophis
try and verbiate, presents a naked
issue of capital against labor. Shy
locks, ever rapacious, are strugeliiig.
to " keep up the rate of %mance.
" Ii
maintaining the one standard—thus•
narrowing our specie 'basis one-half,
=they will strengthen and perpetu
at'e their advantages. There has
been, as there must, be, between the
thousands who labor and. the hun
dreds who enjoy the fruits of such
labor, an irrepressible conflict. It is
the duty of governmentsto see that
the faces , of those who labor \ are not
held too closely to the grindstone.
The -Country is threaieued,iii is
usual when capital takes an aliirm,
with the return' of the bonds held
abroad, should the holders be asked
to receive their. interest " in coin."
If foreigners choose to return their
bonds because we offer to pay them
in the precise currency they agreed
to receive, I do not see that either
our character or our pockets would
be injuriously affected.‘ • Foreigners,
during our Cival War, " made baste
slowly" in the purchase of our bonds.
Nothing of friendship or patriotism
was manifested. Capital, ever coi
tion'', doubted and waited a long
time in Germany, and still longer in
England. Most of their investments
were made when their bonds cost
them but 50 cents on the dollar.
Theyhavebeen receiving their inter
est in gold, until it 'is proposed to,
ply it "in coin." If for this reason
they chooie to send home our bonds
we can afford to receive Oqm, having
lirge amounts of money seeking
protitsble investments.- Nor is this
the. Only method ofAntimidation
sortid to. We are told that if the
money standards of the Constitution
are restored, the Syndicate will sus
peend its negotiations. How • far
this threat will be carried remains
to be The Syndicate is pot a
benevolent itution. It . will go
rail : - with hi' funding openitiona v or
discontinue them, according to the
interests of the parties concerned
If. by a return of specie payments,
upon basis broid enough 'to meet
the requirements.of our commercial
and -innufactutiog enterptias and
inditsWes, titostsififl should' &Doi
fesninviionittin 'diktat:Won st bot+
Wile* at home and nbrisid *aid
no longer belienrd, -.:,,;:', . -:,,,
I "PerievCsillit 'iii.i...1411101 S.;
Dodge and
lSfroiti .A. 10,, eminent
alikk as; - neristtsfutisnitlien
we , toNstte l4l o 6l :ge s !
tiez:iryho -klwi i
noon to
i f
opposeihe passage of the b
I *loon
etizing silver. My respect orlbese
highly intelligent gentlemen is so
p't that 1-_ahould be gratilleiL to
Nara ,Whether doing their lung
. and
creditably anssiertial f life, they
were embariasied in the acqtfialtlott
of their large fortunes by the use of
silver in conimoh with gold as a
standard ? The eiperience of Mr.
Low upon this question would derive
a _special importance from thetir
ettrustanee,Pat his 'commercial rela
tions ciristO with nations' hose cur
ret., *as almost esicltisively of sil
ver. y
\ln their raid against 'silver, bur
Eastern , bankers and journals find
,their strongest argument in the cir
cumstance 'that the silver dollar is
not.:worth even , as much as the green.:
back' dollar. ‘Nprie of tbenivhow
ever, seem to remember that the i
greenback has the Protection of tlio•
tiovernment, while silver was depriV:
ed of, that protection by 'deception
anti Nth!, -When, by the \ repeal of
the law of ltiVS,'ldiVet like 'gold, bel
comes a standard, the relative,yalOs_
of each will approxiurate--silver\ go:- .
ing- up 'and gold coming down. • , -
If, for any reason, a law restorin g
the financial policy of the Gov.:
element under which the country en 4,
toyed unpro allefed prosperity to the';
disastrous boor - that slavery s:)ught: -
the destruction .1 the- Government
and dismtmberment of the Unioni
the responeibility and theConseqUer
f;e:4 will rest, upon the aggressive
ravaiions i lincompromising spirit of
the worshipers. of! gold, sapplemont
ed, 1 am constrained to add, by the
bulldozing course of the press.
T. W.
ipNnoN, December, D, 1877.--k
11111449 u official despatch datea ,
DogOesays: "The battles h of Mari
ana and Fletia : on the 4th -Anst. wet.
mere unlOrtunate for the- Russians
than et first reported: Fifty officers
\ and . 1,800 men were killed and ,
wO nded and ele•ven• guns captUred:
Ope tions on the \ 6th., ins!t, were
eolith) to driving the,Turkish right,
\ l,
numberi 10.000 men,„from Siatmr
itza to Di. rows. The Plirkisli left
confronting akowitza numbers 3,-'
000 men." ' ..\ , —.,
A despatch lorn Constantinople
says :-",There is no further-progress
on either side in tii 'operations at
kamarli." • -
'lt is officially -annciftnced at St.
Petersburg -that the liu Sian loss
bAwten November - 10 and Noveni
ber 17 was 315'3 awn. The to al loss
since the beginning of the w. ris
14.853 men.
The Governor pf. KOssova teie
graphs to I tonstatitinople - that on
Deceraber 5 Servian forces arrived at.
Yavor. :Four Servion officials cross
ed the frontier to Sienicri, demanded
an explanation -of the presence of
Turkish troops there and depended
their withdrawal by twelve o'clock .
noon, Deeember 6. There was also
:c (list itrlnince and' fighting on the sth
inst. betsCen the - Servian and
`sulman inhabitants of Sienica. A
tater despatch • resAirms . the State-
Ment, saying that the Servian3 cross-'
ect \ tl frontier at YaVor and erected
% ,.7t
forti talons on Ottoman 'territory:
lienet 'Ali has - cOnflded • co
Baker P ha the command of a, divil
sioit.:i .
. .
A telegra ' froth 'Constantinople
-says :—" New of Servians cross.
ing the' , frontter *nto Turkey . turre
out to be anfounde .. The Porte re
this evening dated
.Fisch yesterday r statir that all was
quiet on the frontier:. -.portion of
the. Servian troops erkicen listed near
the 'frontier have been wr ludrawn
and the other portion (banns ed. to
!heir homes."
The Tinies s in 'its war stream v,,
yesterday said :—Seleiinan Pasha':
simees.s. depended lupon‘ rapidity -and
energy. Ills 'best s hope for breaking
through the Russian line was to dash
rapidly. forward and take the enemy
by surprise. He has hesitated, eith
er on account_ of, finding superior
fottes or - stronger position than he
expected in front of bim, or because
the military adthinistration of his
.army could not stand the strain
thrown upon it by rapid evolutions.
Since. an unsuccessful attack made
'against Prince Mirsky. on Thursday,
:the Ottoman columns heading toward
Tirnova seem to have made nor.move-.
'men: of importance. 'Had they push.
ed forward boldly and grasped that
important straegical point the Otto
man commander would have gained
a central situation between General
Itadetzky, the Eighth army corps
and the left wing of the Czarevitch,
and could have seriously impeded
and erubarassed their movements for
Concentrations. His advancing forc
es scent; however, to have found the
entrenchments of Jablovitza too for
midable. •
Time has been given, to the Rus-
sians, afid:inow=at least the whole of
the Eighth and Eleventh corps, with
some other detachments, mustering,
probably. about thirty thousand men
are 'at Tirnova. It is doubtful
whether Sulemau Pasha can hope, to
push these aside and preservi3 in his
advances. :From the . Western Bal
kans there is nomovement reported,
and for the moment, it would seem,
that General Gourko has suspended
operations till the result of Suleiman
Pasha's offens:ve advance is ascer
tained. An uneasy. fling is beeote
ing apparent here lest a settlement
of the Eastern question unfavorable
to England may be forced upon her
by three Einperors's alliance.
The - Sidurdag' Review says;
As_ for the purpose, of provoking
and defying opposition the organs of
the,`` Russian government state that
in esentment for the tinfriendiy 'feel
ing. nttributed to England, the Em-
peror will 'not ,allow the English
government to-take part\in the ne
gbtiations for peace. As at`the time
when the Berlin , mernorandu* was
tendered to the Powers for signature
at forty-eight 'fours' n?ticethat air"
imperial governments are to under \
take" alone 'the , settleitept '' or the
Eastern „question.- Germany is for
some mysterious reason more Rui
sian than Russia herselff-and •it is
true that Austrabaslitherto sevvile
ly 'followed the leadof G km any:
It is not improbable at terms of
peace will be settled / ndeileadently
of 'England, but, e.ielusion from
the councils of ;'Europe of a Power
which has hither ' protected Turkey
against a rapaci as enemy will - de
pend, not on the choice of the Bus
shin gown= tit, but on the possible
inability or unwillingness. of Eng
land to in ere. The - preposterous
demand b Russia of a monopoly of
the Meek !Sea sad the &rate, qua
- ~.
110 'by . the tio - • •:" 1 . - t
Tntkpy reduced, to ~ , ;I n , ~.. s.
the totiquerot, will sok
. fii' , . *awe le , ‘ • 1
losit t 4
- • • ~,,-, ifA, -, ~..: 4%.4...-
. ,-I„. • . f- .:;#l‘: - • :,..-
4111 .4*thrmn (411 rW' 4-4141*Elk
Nib of ' - ' firdiiii, itirio•
O'l ' ..: et ", , otiskrcsent
s i r
i". . .1 , ' l l i , iiii)nefinii
cation wi , Indiii.. Ali albino with '
Turkey[would be inteil*bk.bitt im
politic. ' •A second course possible to
• ••• iranunent-is t -tainform the. Coh.
tinOtal, Powers that if the Eastern 1
giteitlon, must be= settled now Eng-
laud has a mratnonnt interest there I
10i ttlui 'lv . .:c*nY ,to.'cotoe 'into coun
cil __with the. other Powers and ilo
het': 'Nesft - 6 arrive at - a conclusion
which -shall . meet- A ttie - 1r views and.
vars. This coarie Is both intelligi
ide and
,po , itic. To do nothing .is
neither intelligible nor politic, but is,
,t onrse the govern
ment seems - at present resolved to
take. • - • •
The only argnment,that can-- be al
leged for is, that it when the - war
is over it turns out thatithe -Ctoppi
nental Powers.have .Cleterminedtiat
Egypt.shall: become the propertyiof
France or Italy, or shall ire made a
neutralized ',State-under , the• prittec
tion' of al European guarantee, or re
tained by the Porte under paramount
Hessian influence,'England may still
seize Egypt by force: bat is tine.
She may•do so, - and . should things
ever be allowed twcome to that , pass
she will . belsound to do so; but what
would the government .eleiterve
ii:i•King a vital netionai interest in
their,eha,rge,\they those UT protect . it
by war. withite inevita!le risks - or by
. ,
with thatheri-.
lage of Woe which forcible annexe-.
tion usually brings - with it, when they
might have gained their end etitmlly
wetl bv.timely negotiations ??,
Constantinople clesputeh says
...",The Turkish gover, rnentlacs
pres4ed tile Street car -horses for the
LONnotr, Dee:. 10.-11eu'erfo, Tele
grain Company' hns received the Jul:
lowing despatches : . \
"BUCEWLEST, Monday, Dee. DX,
fter a severe engageMent yester
-11143.1k-fore Osinaci Pasha,whci
w ;e 4 wounded, surrendefed tinedndi
".The Turks of Plevree were (tYing
of hunger and cold. •
There 'is joy heft , .
eovered with Mot c' s,"
" gireeAllf:ST i Dee. 10-940 V. M.
—l l lerna is now in. the hands of Vie
Iltvsso-Roumanian Armies."
!" Osman Pasha attempted to break
through in the direction of Winddin.•
Vr was. attacked in front, and rear.
and was compelled to lay down • his
arms after a glorious struggle, in
which he was serionsly wounded.
All :with one yoke praise his eon,
LONDON, Dec. l.r.—The . Timer
urges thatthe moment has now ar
'riv-ed when thediatitin between , Hasia
Tnrkey is, possible, and It is to
k hoped that the British /Govern
it will U4C all attort; to that effect.,
\ -
i3AL 11 TIltoltE, a , eceml 4? i' , . --. A ter
rible story Ofstiffering ands death at
sea was reportll hei.e this afternoon
by .Captain Craig, of. the brig, . [to
mance. He statA, that on .the .1„50
of November, when\otT San Domin
go, a three-Masted schooner was oli:
served signalling as thh in dis
tre.-:s. - The brig bore don to • her
and upon cot ing alongsiO discov
ered her to 1 the selsooner\Tosiali
Grindle, Of ,-. w York, to Whicit\p;t
she Was boon . .The vessel left t.
Jag° on the 10th, and two \ '
the crew were all stricken with g ite#-:
t lente resembling a low type of fe
• Their sufferings were intense, and
in twenty-four hours the \cob,: and
four Seamen 'died and were : buried at
sea. The captain and.firsti and sec ,
omi oflieers,the only rcmaininff.sur
viOrS. were also their
sufferings had been terrible, and it
was only with the greatest possible
' tbciir eufee
;ate the , vessel.,
in a precarious
7ig net the- suf.
,g Tendered all
Ably-could, and
the Grindle
lard'of her from
nee: He finally
the schooner,
_,.course for
The Grand -Lodge of the .ndepen
dent Order of Odd Fellows, f the:
State .of PennsylVania: held heir
aeini-annual session . Tuesday in %1- ,\
ing, Nov: 20, in. .Philadelphia. The
was a large
_attendance or 'members,
and after the body had i been duly
opened considerable time was con
sumed with the reception and initia
tion 'of representatives;l):' G.. M.
Samuel F. Gwinner, Gr ' d Repre
sentatiVe of the Grand Lo go of the
United States, submitted he report
of the repreietitatives tothat'body,
from which the following 'mpOrtant
extracts have- been ma '; Grand
lodges, 48; subordinate lodges, 6,6 - . - 8'
—and ' increase of 283 over 18:5 ;
.grand encampments, 39'; subordinate
encampments, 1,806; lodge; initia
tion, 40,6464 lodge members, 456,125;
encampment 'member, 87,785; total
relief ' afforded, $4689,485.92; total
revenue, $4,489.872.46; relief by lodg
!es, $1,507,640.12 ; relief by, encamp
ments, $117,151.454 relief by Rebe
kah lodges, 54,685.05 ; revenue of
lodges, •$4, 208,984.68 ; revenue" en
campments, $453,034.72 ; No. of Re
beicah Degree lodges, 770. A sum.
miry of the Statistics of the .order
frOm 1830 -to Deceinber 31, 1876, is
as follows : Iniatiatious, 1,022,800 ;
members relieved, 773,191 ; widow•
ed families • relieveq:lo2,7s4 ; mem
bers deceased, 60,867 ; total relief,
$23; 7 982,887.62; 'total receipts, $64,-
633,783.60 ;. • present membership,
461,888. After the reading of' the
report,. which contained • many mat
ters of interest, reporta..were sub
mitted and rend from the officers and
and committeeS. . These were-large
ly of a private character, and of
interest only to the members
.of the
\ order. • . - ". ' .
nn Charleston (B. C.) News and
Ceictr is attempting to bull-deze
the negroes Agaito the
comingi ‘ t.) , ilection it' says : c' The
defeat of 'Ur Democratic ticket' by
the colored people t will rekindle an
feelings tha are fast dying out.
The old color lin will be re•estab
lisbed. The . white will be pitted
squarely against the \tlacks. Does
t oi
any co i l re d man doubt th \ e result of
such a ntest, the State.;.Govern
ment in es . *
4epartment, •
being con
trol Led by De .', . t.V - \
I . 1
awe via ALL saws.
tos or
A PU/01111
TworVin SA
, entualty .
Inink r last
igoewnt :
' • .
F r .iimiourinv asserts that all of. the
of` the Navy, which have been lust, with
great destruction of life, in the past de
cade *e.t.a named ,after vibes of Indium,
TnoMerribere of the high school
in .13atigor,., Me., have held a prayer-meet
ing Zoll every
_Thursday . afternoon for the
past 'six years.- .
Ors returns.frout all but two coun
ties in .Mississippi give J. M. S:one, Dem
orat,lor Governor, 96,45# votes, and 4189'
scattering votes against him. •
Tun eiciting and holly contested genie
of foothill between representative teams.
M Vale sad Princeton resulttAin adrawn
battle, '
Tug exports of meat lnd live stock to
Greit lirttaht 'e increasing very rapidly
behig this ye a r nearly duuble'what they
pert in
BLAtsame - 14 tte, Pr_csident of the Gulf
of California Oyste. - :awning. Company,
has been picked int& %fine:Penitentlary for
seven years for for ) 1 '!/ •
Tii.c . qoal eompanie,:= intend to hold' a
sneet4ig tci,consider met . ',seres for the ben
.etit 'of "the' parties terestred. 7 Con
surarrit.ate, of course, tic t
for twenty. years he *la a% 4 even fed his
stecleim 1.4
,Sttratays. It al non i that
'be bas .done very little wO l ,r l .;:` on Other
days. r • - - •
two litindreed . and - fifty ot `tile three
hrtnrired men_emplioyed ,
.t. Wc't .
11;i1Ph boil Works, Mi(Lifeboroo ll
k `.,,T4'.-
laild,..are: total abstainers. • •
There is a large amount of tiogas Oyer
',coin in circulation in the lower pa. - t of
L' coming county, where. tails support% TV)
ho manttfactuied. .I.
I § , •\ carloads of pumps hive been shi)•-
puid to‘WiseMistiti, and the same numbet
tol Iowa; Ihy the Southern Pump glad Pipe
Company 4.4 Chattantioga.
O, hundred and seventy-six phis per
nrinote,.esirnplete from .the wiry;:tre-tura
ont by the - Pyratnid Pin Company; -of
I Xi!» Haven.. A paper containing 7,60 is
stuck in Ithersame tithe. •
THE tirtit cargo, of emery. stone from
`.r.aritey has been teeeivO, by the Wimp
den Emery COMpany, Chester, Mass. One .
thousand tons' are to .b delivered duri.v.
Itt!xt, yens. • •
Clit.Es• W. llorcinKss, `of Biii
h•rtnion is in a precarious condit lop from
the attack of paralyiis. which effects the'
isliolq - of one hicie.of his person and \ his
lead. . . -
A , linriFtvEwilAti eerie' or its Rothk,,
el.ilds, in Paris, lately abscond Kl- after
'robbing. his,eniployers of over $13g0;900.
the Money had bsen - nearly all lost in
--steels specnlations. o • '
T.utati. are 119 W Boston Aix 'MIMIC
i.ud many 'Hive kiudexgarteng.
rq. buds has thirty-two that art- pubh-.
(.Id.aaat) hag geren,-and
ludianapalis aad Nashua,. N.
Amu. each: • • , -
1..5 . a breach of promise case. tried •it
Poughkeepsie, N. Y., i.,u nonday, .the
young lady of eighteeu, wr..s
414i...0i1ed because the defendant, a New
Tory youth, 'wile - it minor when'tbeolleg,
ed euntraet or marriage was r macie.._
Tlis # " . Nevada )loon what the "dill:.
'far of the daddies" is 'milled in fowls, says
the linrlin , Mori Ilairkve "but just why,
it tcll, ituhYss it is because it
is so variable, or lyecahse of the luaucy of
Its advOcates." •
, ,
bi., peCITAII ; J,r concluded a lecture
with a dese \ riptiOn of ,how the cautribale
cooked human flesh. Ile, said they pre
" cred to eat a. 4oman of. about 16 to '24'
.. ip.
an; of ago. and \ invarisbly roa',et
de icacy, buLpeople over. Jiffy
. were gen
erally boiled, ..-7 •-i.\ •
• . \
. QUEEN ISAIiELLA Of\Srairl is espected
to visit Rome this winter \ with the inten
tion and' hope, it is thought of sifeeting
a reconciliation between . . the Pope and
King of Italy—Sti easy task If the differ
• nee between those two potentates were
1 Utz ly, personal.
Among the gleanings of the Rt - r.,istvA.
not lon:.! since, was the -following—clip
ped doubtless, from some excln,hge pa
.` Outing a seoies of seven years, the ridestoni
- fantt tat. Baptist denemlnationh haVe ext. - veiled. the
deaths front 4,090 to 14(.00 a year. During nine
%rear, from Ma to 1571}Inclutttre. (omit tang .1. , .01'1.
the dealt: , numbered 9'4,350, ane the exelubtonb
.y 32,120." , _
These figures refer only to the regular
l: ;posts in the United S,tates. They do
not include the whole world, nor do they
embrace the hub-divisions under the gen
eral name of "Baptists." But, confined
by;, these tiv limitations, are they 11u;
iihrolt truth? •
Admit " that 95"0 Baptists ill: this
ITniqu died during nine years, there , were them by baptism 9 in the same
period, ;39,000. If 132,000 were excluded,
there were also 50,000 re-stOred--one out
in' every three disfellowshipped was after-
ward again received.. Why not state one
fset as well as the other? • -
t living only a large and doleful aggre
pqc of "deaths" -and "exclusions," the
wrr rof that little paragraph seems .to
have • ught to convey the idea that the
Baptis Were rapidly dying oh; Or . apes
tasizing. ", All intelligent and candid per
lions kno 'that, however it limy be at
times, in, th or that localitywhile all . 1
churches Ilay.imes of wanting, as well
as of waxing. he only Prue way •of esti
mating the progevi, or decline is to take
the field for a series` f years. The "Amer
man Baptist Year 6k "is the most
' complete and ,reliabl record. It states
that the number of regu it. • Baptists—not
including any of the mint) orders holding
Baptist views generally, in c- lumen—was,
in .Th7o, 1,932, 385: in 1887, I, 09,929, In
crease in.ten years, 822,439. •
- Au average gain of over eighty tque,tiul
a . year for ten years past indicate:-not
withstanding that -frightful arra of.
."deaths " and-" exclusions "—that t .':r o
is no immediate proipect of the extinct •
of this among - the larger tribes off on :1
common Israel. '
The: Year Book gives the following
summary of the changes during 1876 :
Bard'red 109,684 DIEd by Lotter, 41,505
Received by'Let... 41,096 Exetuded ^1 629
Restored 10,291 Dlssl 15.227
Sy ox e/fence.-- • 7,269 Eiased -4,9n0
Zit) gain, 81,611,
A loss of. 15,000 out of 1,932,000—0 r
one in - 123—by death, is less than the av.
erage mortality , of mankind. The Bap.
tints seem to be tolerably healthy. An
exChision of one in eighty indicates an
honest exercise , Of discipline; which per.
haps might be.even extended in that and
other denominations. '" Have I not dim,
sen you twelve, and one of you is a devil ?"
was the Lord's exclamation, showing that
one ont of twelve of Hislirstdisciples was
unwortuy .4 his profession. Backslidings
among. probationers and members, young
and old, is not a peculiarity of any denomn
ination, at any time, or in-any plies.
What would you think of a man who,
iu order-to - injure tile credit of a business
man, or of a bank, would circulate tlr , t
he or it bad lost su many thousands by
bad debts, and that so many persons had :
Witloiravnf theirpatronage • but, at tha:
same time Concealed the fa cts that gainSi
far oxi*eded losses, and that new patron*
more thati_made up for the old? Such zt
man, though lie may tell the truth only),
for priirate or personal endsi), tells -it in ,
shch a way as to-create a falscimpressiod,
and so is regarded as a traducer and a
Since there itie diminutions ameniilii
denominations, why did the writer of that
scrap confine. his cheerful learning and
great researches to one; and why did he
ignore, all additions? 4' Fair play ie . a jew
el " which does not adorn him in the least.
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ment of J. S. ALLYN' & Co.. and will keep a
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found at the old, place,
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Careful atlerdlon will :.• Mien ►a .
and will hare charge of ab
All funerals will be. conducted In
the charges will be reasonable.
_ HICKS, '
cessor to J. s. Allyzi \
stupor -4i., lowsurbt.
• r prlaA, itc. ‘ dral ea er address G. &ACKLEY.
alesale dealer Waled - Hay and Straw. dwelt
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Tilt - laCtga itertt: A segitic:A74 Is a large Elm
Cia‘s Weekly New,paper of sixteen mgrs. printWl -
!n the mo - t brawl! a! Joy*: irrefernely ilblidratt
'lcith pplevrttd enpriichapt,' representing tiwnew.
est iturtindlons and .the most recent Advances' In
the Arts and Seirtterg: Including Mechanics and • .
- Eughteeriitg: tficaitt Fugincering„ Railway. )(in
lug. CiVil...Gas anti- llydraillle Itngineering. MEI •
Work. Iron, Steel; 2i..1 Metal Work; .Chemistry - -,
and Chemical PrOCelne , t Electricity.. Light:lirat,
Smartt Tca11 11 143% , Pil^t o graphY , Printing. New
Machinety, New rtr)Crl4ll4 New Recipes, I mprcue-
Men Pi pertaining to Teatile Industry, lffroving, -
1,1.5-clog; Coloring. Now Industrial Products. Ani
• Mal. Vegetable. and 'Mteerao; .8".,1w and Interesting •
Facts in • Agricultnie. IfOrtl4rilttrre. the Home • •
Iletthit. M-dical PrOgness. Social Science, Natural.
History. Geviugry.•Aerronemy, etc. — ..
Che most-Ira:table 'practical Papers. by. eminent
wilier, InWtritepartmentworfteience wilt be Mund # .
itcrbo Sclbritrie A vignicani; the tab* pre•ent. j '
'err In yropulal lenguage.-tree' front technical terms, - .
I itinvirated w I lit etwasings. and :,o arranged as to
interevt and,infr.riu at?' classes of .rtadere. old and
ypivg. The Sul ir.S , Ttrit: Aitkitici sr b pronintive
of knowledge and pi ..,gress in every. ceramunity•
-where 4 A-In -Mite, It should have a place. to ret
ry Eandiy.. Reading Room. Library, College or - .
nylics, Tcnn A, a3.7.n p-u r • year. 4(.60 half year. which-.
herrn - des prepaync. nt or postage. Discount to Clubs
j and Agents. Sinee . coples ten cents. Sold by all ..
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Newstlealera.' 11,11111. by postal order 41 MCNN'At ..; ,
r:(.l..TooMetterv. 37 Park Row. New York. - -
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;PATENTS..rt.&I rrrn: & Co., J ar , Solicitors td- American eau .
Foreign 111:11eri L.., a.,11 nave the largest establish. '
Illacill In the world. Parente are obtained on Itte -
beat fenny. Mo as world.,
Inventions and Sketches ' '
nzatuinell„. and advleo tree. A; At/eclat notiee Is .
mad., iu the SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN of al In
fer ?lour l'ateuted 11.- ,, ugh ibis AlietlTY. Willi the •
m.tur and rmldenee of the Patentee. ; Pnbkic at
timthu is rbras directs -t to the' merit. if the new . , .
pal.mi, Awl o.aN t s t.r I.!? Codurtion often eff.-eted.. -
'Any perm who ha- made a new,tliscovory or In -•
veurlom can weertatu. frim of charge, whether a •
latent ean'prolmbiy be obtained, by writing :d the
underAgv.ed..- Addics, for the Paper, or concern. . •
lug Patents, - ' - - .
. MC NS & Cu.. 37 Park Raw , New Y.lrt.
Biench ORes. Cor. F &-7th Ste., Washington. D.C. - •
T OWANDA MU51CEMP45.1111.731.!
.1 nett , . the puhlie/o in exouiluatieti of their es4b
lbslooe ht.-
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Continues to be the fat orite with 3lns!clans. 204,
wen•snatalns the htgii r.Tutattun entn“.l.: It la not
neeettary to go into any extended - description of
the Instrunicnt, asitsiwerlte will be apparent to all
un examination. , • -
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Tbeto. Instrument* nro'ielettrated 4
the - world over
for tbetr remarkably 1:1/Fe and brilliant' ' •
Witicit le owing to their ramp= Combination sota
Stops Aeollne..Vox littenana, Piano. all of which'.
ate separate and tottiltiotal sets of Simile tool liars.,
sw arran;Ntt as to ati pal t of an almost eiulless variety
of orchestral effects and beautiful comblostions;
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A ulopg tbn many Patente owned and used t•y the
ahoy': firth s are-
grx*lt4TE SOLO SETS,
Tpwatid . s.liarch.B,, IEI
Doul,buy your
Every body says Lie*lyes the 7
6 , 6E0. 114 RGAINS ~E PEIt
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Cor. Main and Pinelsts.
itl/I;3lEii. PASSAGE.
Wholesale and Retail dealers in all kinds of
§l,l*Et • gusi 0,
Tba ceielgited -
We also . Lure the.l!geney for
immovEn VALV ES, `..
nienti at thee Unrest flunk
ets represented. pen's be
but come dlrectly to
aril sure of getting jl4l -