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Zile Patna gemonat.
E. B. ITAWLEY., 'EDITOR.
IMONTBOSE. IPENNTA r
WEDNESDAY. SEPT. 14 187 e.
.T. B. McCOLLII,M, of Susq'a Co
FOR PREMIEN -1 ITYDSE,
GEO. W. WOODWARD, of Luzerne Co
FOR REPRESENTATIVES ,
C. M. GERE, of Susq'n Co.
THERON VAUGHN, of Wyoming CO
FOR MOTHONOTAIIV, SC
WILLIAM J. PARKE, of Dimook.
JOHN FOSTER, of Friendsvilk-
FOR JURY COMMISSIONER,
JAS. 0. BULLARD, of Brooklyn
MILTON GRIFFLS, of Forest Lake
Election. Tuesday Octuturr 11. 1870
Democrat', to the Front !
We are proud to be able to say to our
readers that the Conference which met on
Thursday last rewarded the fidelity of;
Susquehanna Democracy, in a manner ;
and spirit welt worthy of those who may
truly be called Democrats, and demon- •
strated the fact that justice, honor, and
pure principles, are the ruling power in
our party organization.
It now falls upon us to show our appre
ciation of it by laboring for its success,
and by such a voice from the ballot-box,
on the llth day of Oct. next, as will show
that not one of the noble veterans of Sus
quehanna who have fought against Rad
icalism, negro equality and corruption for
the last decade, has been absent from his
It is believed by those who are compe
tent to judge, that the Democracy of this
district never stood upon a firmer basis
than it does to-day, and with the labor
which should characterize devotion to our
principles, is sure of success_ We have now
iu this county everything to stimulate us
to action ; not only a pride in the suc
cess emir cause, but an additional local
pride, feeling that a voice trained in the
• pure atmosphere of old Susquehanna will
shortly be heard on the floor of Congress,
if we do our duty. Yon spoke by your
Convention as you have not spoken be
fore in twenty years, and your representa
tives. in the Congressional Conference
were governed by that voice, and it was
In view cf all these facts, is there one
man in Susquehanna county who claims
the name oT Democrat who Will not be
forma putting shoulder to the wheel and
pushing forward the solid column—yes,
and lliteCollum with the rest—to certain
victory? We cannot believe there is one
who will play the part of spy and traitor.
But should there be even one Judas, we
say. " Woe unto that man
We wish to say to the Democracy of
Susquehanna county, that it was the jus
tice of our claim, the known honesty, fit
ness, and pure Democracy of the candi
date we presented, and the certainty that
he was the strongest man presented in
the district that caused his name to re
eeive the prefbrenee.
We have many thanks due those noble
Democrats of Luzerne who demonstrated
the fact that with all the effect that Rad
nialism can bring to bear with its mint of
money pilfered from the people's treasury,
and which has been poured out like wa
ter fop its eerrupting influence, Democra
cy stands ready to do its duty, and pro
tests against negro equality and corrup
tion " without money and without price.'
Such men are Dr. S. M. Wheeler, of Wav
erly, and others whose names are legion,
hence we cannot number them here.
While Democracy has such pure defen
ders, we have no fear from all the corrupt
Radical leaders, who have no principles
to go to the people with, hence rely upon
their patronage and money. It is high
time the tables of the money changers,
who have so long desecrated the temple,
should be overturned- Let us do our du
ty well this time.
—A popular uprising is expected in
My. The establishment of a Republic
in France is lighting the torch of liberty.
in all parts of Europe.
—The telegraph inform; us that both
the British and the Austrian Ministers
have held official ennimutiimtion with
the new French Republic. Only the
_of the United
States bolds off !'
The Democratic Conferees for 12th
Congressional District Pa.. composed of
the counties of Luzerne und Susquehanna,
met Sept. 8, 1870, at the city of Scranton.
Present from Lnzerne, Dr. A. Bedford,
Hon. E. Taylor and Reuben Downing Esq..
from Susquehanna, T. Sullivan, E. B.
Hawley and J. L Merriman, Esq& On
motion of J. L Merriman, Dr. A. Bedford
seas chosen chairman, and on motion of
T. Sullivan, J. L. Merriman was chosen
The business of the conference was set
forth in brief remarks by the chairmar4 l
where upon Mr. Taylor nominated lion.
S. G. Turner of Lnzerne, and Mr. Merri
man nominated J. B. McCollum Esq., of
Susquehanna. E. B. Hawley;then Made
a feu' remarhs in which
. be, set forth the
reasons why the nomination .of J. B.
\tcColluut deed be concurred in by the
Represenatives of Luzerne, and was fol
lowed by R. Downing who in an earnest
andleonsteona manner,resentedithe claim
of the Hon. S. G. Tamer, and the reasons
upon Whieh it was based, after: which
. ou motion 9f E. B. Hawley a ballot was
taken, which resulted as follows; Bed
ford, Taylor and Downing voted for
• Tnrner and Sullivan, Hawley and Merri
man for McCollum. Further discussion
then took place, in which all of the mem
t hers cf the conference took part, and the
strictest hariziony, good feeling antreourt
; esy prevailed, all being equally impressed
with the magnitude of the responsibility
which rested upon them and their, delib
erations, and were actuated by those me
i tives only, which were best calculated
to advance the pure principles of Dem
' ocracy. The conference was protracted
during the greater part of two days, for
the express purpose of discussion and to
give ample time to investigate the Matter
in all of its different phases, and at half
past 12 o'clock, of the second day 50 bal
lots had been taken with the same' result
as the first, whereupon Judge Taylor ask
permission to retire for a few moments,
and upon his return, announced that Mr.
Turner had a communication to make,
and by ueoeire.the Tote of the euttiercuce,
he was admitted with others and with a
maguaminity that could only be looked
for from a true and life-long Democrat
that he is, he manfully tendered his resig
nation in favor of J. B. McCollum, Esq.
in the following eloquent manner, amid
the greatest applause:
Gent/ein en of the Conferenee :—My
friend Judge Taylor informs me that you
wish to know my feeling and views upon
the subject of adjourning the Convention
without making a nomination for Con
gress. I have been presented by the Dem
ocratic county convention of Luzerne
through its conferees as its choice for
that position. The conference have so
' far faithfully sought to have the choice of
the covention adoptild here. I fear that
bad results may ensue to the Democracy
of this district, if the covention, should
adjourn either temporarily or permantly
without making a nomination.
The rven of ihe whole country are up
on this district, and it is important that
we should send a Democrat to succeed
the lamented Dennison and Judge Wood
ward; and it is very important that we
should have our cadidate before the peo
ple at as early a day as possible, in order
that the work of the canvass may com
mence, and that every: Democrat in the
district may buckle on his armor and
prepare for the struggle with the common
enemy, which is to be sharp and deeper
ate. I have, therefore, concluded that it
was proper that this conference should
make a nomination at this time. My
own feelings should have nothing to do
with this, the good of the party should be
what we all desire. Susquehanna county
through its conferees has presented J. B.
McCollum, a gentleman in every way
qualified, and whose personal acquain
tance I am glad to have made upon this
occasion, and we do not fuget that Susqu
ehanna is here with claims that are
entitled to earnest consideration. In
view therefore of all these things and the
serious results that may follow by persis
tency. I yield my own claims for the
general good. Let the conference then
adopt the nomination of Susquehanna
county. J. B. McCollum. [Cheers.]
i If you. gentlemen, should conclude to
nominate him, I wish to say upon the
cart of my friends, lest they may not
have an opportunity to du so for them
sel% es, and for myself, that we shall most
earnestly sustain him, and I think every
Democrat in the county will do as I shall
do, take off his coat, go to work, and use
every honorable effort to accomplish the
election of our nominee. It will be no
child's play,we have an artful, unscrupul
ous foe to contend with. They have pos
session of the General Government, and
have their eyes upon this district. They
mean to carry it if possible ; but let us
show to them that the Democracy of the
Twelfth Congressional District are united
and invincible. [Cheers.]
At the conclusion of Mr. Turner's re
J. B. McCOLLIIM,
of Susquehanna County, was nominated
by acclamation for Congress, for the
'Twelfth Congressional District.
On motion, the Conferees adjourned.
The White Man's Party.
Under this banner, says the Age, all
the substantial victories of The Demo
cratic party since the war haveißen won.
That shout has aroused the true men of
the organization, united them tits a band
of brothers and caused reflecting men in
the opposition to pause and ask the ques
tion, where is the 11rdical organization
drifting on the dark and dangerous stream
of negro equality ? In answer to this in
iry, white men are pointed to the con
dition of these States, in which the negro
vote is a controlling element. There, an
archy and ruin stare the people in the
face. Ignorant negroes sit in the Legis
lature and fill other offices of. responsibil
ity. There, debt is increasing and the
material interest of the people' withering
under the ban of bad news, improperly
administered. There is not a Southern
State under negro rule, in which the debt
is not increasing and the revenues dimin
ished. Further than this, negro domina
tion, supported by Federal bayonets, has
forced a black man into the Senate of the
United States, while negro votes have el
evated to Congress men steeped to the
lips in infamy, and ready to sell their in
fluence fur a price, like meat is sold in
shambles. In the South and in the
North, this negro policy or the Radical
party has produced the most demoraliz•
ing effects upon public afraire,:and hence
thechange in' the people, AS expressed
through the hallOt-box, in all the States
which' have voted during -the present
The change was made effective by the
position =tned by the Democratic par
ty. The'elevation Of theie , hite man's
banner gave the misses, who anr opposed
to negro equality, a rallying point. The
Democratic party, while, according to the
negro all his legal rights'staud on the sol
id gronit.ttiat this* !hibtiipiay Roy
ernment, to be administered, protected
and perpetuated alone by the white men.
This is the Democratic platform in all
parts of the nation. The voters will rec
ognize no other. They will fight under
no colored flag. That has been declared
on all occasions, where the people's voice
has been heard. Not a State has voted
which did not endorse this idea, this
plan of action for the present and the fu
ture. On a late occasion. the Radicals
boasted they could carry Kentucky by
the negro vote. They expected the white
Radical party would be strengthened by
a large addition of negroes. Contrary to
expectation of the enemy, the State of
Kentucky has given majorities in every
county for the Democracy. and has gone
against the Radicals by 50,000 majority.
In others words, the Radicals lost half of
their white vote in gaining the negro
vote. In order to show how the white
man's issue operated in this contest, we
quote a few extracts from an editorial in
the Frankfort, Kentucky, Yeoman. In
referring to the canvass, this journal says:
"The Democratic party was urged in whelming for a moment. I could not , ,
two directions for its line of policy with control myself on thus meeting him !,
wihch to meet the Radical party, thus I whom three years ago I saw at the sum- '
strengthened by the Fifteenth Amend- I mit of grandeur. The Empetor was
meta . . One was to accept the situation, equally moved. „
vote an the acts and amendments on Ibp !
NANCY, Septembrr 9, via LoNnos, 1
negro question as head issues, and go in
i Sc y pt i e i n a ll i s e . t r ed ltl a — h ß il i t iz4ii l i , e o it i i ii i , t on ri t •e h : e m s, t
Lx ifit . l l - 1
upon the minor issues, with a view to &-
vide the votes. On the other hand, the '”
L;tudwelir at Pont-aiMousson. The
sound men of the party declared they
Prussians around Striubmirg have cap-
would inter Pose no obstacle to the negn
ti f_ re i d ed a r, T r ia t i l l i t e it g yf is n i i , i n i . sitions of war in- 1
voting, but, at the some time, they would
not introduce him as an element into the ''
Democratic party, nor, as an org,aniza-
Sams, Septenda 9.—There are now
tion, invite his co-operation or tote. The marching on l'aris ti •'e corps d'armee. I
Yeoman then continues : The Radiads
The corps of the Crown Prince and one ;
Bavairian corps left Rejour at five o'clock,
party having assumed the guardianship
The other corps have all been ordered to!
of the negro, and taken him to its unsel- take their respective positions ten leagues !
fish arms, organizing him in Loyal
from Paris by September 14.
Leagues, and massing him by appeals, be- •
Rrtmils, i Slpteniber 1 l ,---(SpeCini to
gun long before, in ignorant blindness of
New York Herald.] —The official report
prejudice against the Democratic party, New
was rightly called by us the black man•l's of the battle of Sedan shows that four
party. In contradistmetion, one to make hundred cannon were taken. The losses
i_iflheFr 140,000.ench in killed, wounded, and
the basis upon which we propose to make
the campaign as set forth in the proposi-; V"' mere,
tion above enumerated, more salient. the 1 The Myri -....
ck Murder,. 1
Democratic party came to be called the , The excitement over the murder or,
white man's party. It was no change of 1 voting Myrick and the arrest of Runoff
organization, no new name for either.
lilts subsided, and.na new dovelopements I
The Radical party has always been have been made. The Coroner' s Jury I
known us the -niger"party from the use
sought to be made of the unfortunate col- has held two or three meetings, but as
vet have rendered no verdict. 'lley will !
oral man to advance their selfish ends, meet again on Mondaiy night, and proba
the Democratic party always heel)
lily render a verdict.
called the white man's party. It wits pc, As we before statetLit is generally con
60 in the race just closed, and seeded that the two drowned robbers
there was no harm in calling it so. ** • were Davenport and Jarvis associates of
But the Democratic party went straight I Runoff:
forward in its work, as the white man's
party throughout the State, stood up for }Waif not giving my satisfactory ac
count of himself, he wil undoubtedly be
and acted upon the principles and policy held for the action of the Grand Jury
already cited ' and the result is a victory, which meets the 19th of September.
greater even than the most sang: This iine of
ve anticipated.' The authorities are Engaged in an ef
our party could ha fort to ferret out the c&etir of Rulloff for
shows that the strength of the Democrat- the past few pars, but up to the present
is party in Kentucky arose from the fact time have not been stime,4o.
that it marched under a white man's ban-
Since the above was. written Dist rict
ner, and held in its keeping the best
Attorney Hopkins and Chief-of-Polk
interests of white men. The same e
p ost- ' Flynn liave arrived home from Pomp
tion, assumed in other States, will pro- :
kins coon tv, where they have spent some
duce like results. The people are pre
time looking np the facts in theease. The
pared to endorse a white man's party,
' spectacles. writing. etc., were identified as
and the Democracy are firmly planted on
Jarvis.' The proof against !falloff is corn
that rock front Maine to Texas.
piety, but the interests if just tee demands
that it should be kept teeret for the pres
en t.— Ring/turn fon lAvtder. '
Look al the Record
We suggest that the Democratic Con
gressional Campaign Committee Lave
one hundred thousand copies of Execu
tive Document No. 267 printed and cir
culated, as the means of opening the eves
of those who are blind to the enormities
and corruptions of the present adminis
tration. Phis document is the reply of
Secretary Bontwell to a resolution passed
by the House of Representatives on the
21st of March last, requesting that officer
to furnish the House a statement of bal
ances due from Collectors. of Internal
Revenue, etc. It contains eight solid pa
ges of the names of defaulliny collectors, in
all tree hundred and forty names. Ev
ery one is a radical and belongs either to
the sort which Congress kept in office by
the Tenure of Office Bill, under Johnson s
administration, or to that peculiar ciass
of Gen. Grant's favorites, the worthies
who presented His EsEcellency with cor
ner lots, brown stone Ffiluses, fast horses,
terrier pups and cigars of rare brands.
Ten of these defaulting collectors have
stolen from the government 85,033.113.
Nearly six millions of dollars of the peo
ple's taxes have been deliberately fobbed
by these unannointed rascals, whilst the
remaining three hundred and thirty did
not dip quite so deep into " Uncle Sam's
strong box," but carried off enough to
make them comfortable for life. Not one
of these defaulters has been pmsecuted
but all are permitted to enjoy their ill
gotten gain in undisturbed security. A
few civil suits have been brought, butnot
a single criminal prosecution. And th is
is the honest, economioal and impartial
administration of the government, which
we were to have under U. S. Grant. The
"Forty Thieves" of the Arabian Nights
had their Sesame, but the magic word of
the Three Hundred and Forty who have
despoiled the government, is Loyality. It
would be disloyal to touch a hair of their
sacred heads. Only the " trooly loll" may
approach them and associate with them.
Let the reader obtain a copy of Executive
Document No. 267, and verify for himself
what is here set down.—Morning Patri
Some inattentive readers are still at a
loss to k now what was the occa.sion of the
present French-Prussian war. The Port
Jervis Gaulle gives the following account
of the trouble:
France to Prussia—" Monsieus le Prus
se, so you vill speet ze Hohenzollern iu ze
Spanish soup—eg, mon garcon ?'1
Prussia to France—" 3iein, nein. Herr
Louis; Ich nix sphit noting in nopody's
soup; it is petter to mind oer own bisb
France to Prussia—" Scare ! I am in
sult viz your say talk. Mile tonneres,
you chef! fight viz me immediate,"
Prussia to France—" Ach, Oott! Dat
ish war. Yaw; veil gome right along.
I ephit now in der soup nut needle
" Healing on the Wings," says all who
hare made use of Dr. Molar's Balsam of
Wild Chem', and by such use been cured
of coughs, cold 'bronchitis, sore throat,
influenza or consumption. The prudent
will always keep this standard remedy by
them. • • '
PARIS, September 10-4:15 P. M.—
Prussian scouts have appeared at Mon
tnimil, west of Chalons,, and at other
places. Two corps of 100,000 Men each,
are advancing in that nei r hborhocd. The
telegraph to Soissons has been cut; It is
reported from ton , that fortress was
blown up after entry of the Prussians.
The inhabitants had previously fled.
BERLIN, September 10.—The follow
ing dispatch, dated abthe Prussian head
quarters at Rheims, hit night, has been
received today : More than 25,000
French prisoners were niptutod in front'
of Sedan before the wpitulation on the
2d instant. By the capitulation 83,000
prisoners fell into our hands. Of these
14,000 were wounded. Besides.ilie pris
oner, 400 field pieces, including, 70 mi
trailleuses. 150 siege guns, 10,000 horses,
and an immense amount of war material
The peace conditions, asprinted by the
Gazelle de France, are grossly exagerat
ed. Prussia demands no 3,000,00),000,
as indemnity, or the surrender o! any
position held by the iron-clad fleet
King William writes to the Queen de
' scribing his emotions in meeting the
French Emperor. lie says -it was ever-
J. B. McCOLLUMI
By the action of the Conferees, this dis
tinguished Democrat cif our sister County
has been manic the nominee for Congress.
This mak,s our tickets complete.
11:s nomination is it,tower of strength
to the. ticket.
He belongs to the young and rising
Democracy. He conies from the locality
where men are Democrats because they
love the principles of their party, and bat
tle for its asdeudency b give freedom and
protection to the masses against the en
croachment of a centislizeci power.
Mr. McCollum is a .i6,ylong Democrat.
He comes from a lineof Democrats who
date their antecedents back to the days of
the Revolution, and the sun of Domocrut
ic sires will reflect no discredit upon his
We hare known Mr. McCollum for
many years, ned in our relations have ev
er found him a staunch defendA. ut Dent
acratic principles. During,three seperate
campaigns we have traveled and spoke
with him—the last time during the war,
when it required nerve to defend the
principles of our party ; yet he faltered
He is a young man of pure character—
of lofty patriotism, splendid talents and
an earnest speaker. Those who k lIONV
him best love pnd admire him most.
As an evidence of his popnlority and
personal integrity, and fitness fur the po
sition, be received the nomination from
his neighbors and friends, without a dis
He will sweep Susquehanna county.
He will create an enthusiasm in Lu
zerne that will carry all before it.
He comes fresh from the people—he is
one of the people, and the Democracy
will rally around their standard bearer
and elect him by an overwhelming ma
He has no money to hay voters, but
he has principle, honesty, intellect and a
name that is above and beyorid all price.
Susquehanna Democracy have stood by
Its for eight years. Now, let the Demo
cracy of Luzerene take off their coats,
and repay the debt by electing J. IL MC
COLLUM to Congress.—Scranton Demo
—Nowadays, when the Democrats hold
the party in power responsible for the leg
islation of the country, it 'has become
common for the Radicals to whine that
they don't endorse the actions of Con
gress, either. This is very strange—
strange that they did not raise their
voices in opposition while Congress was
in session, and strange they endorsed the
Congressional course of the representa
tive men whom they elected. Strange
that these Radicals leaders, wire-pullers,
and tricksters did not make up their
minds that they were opposed to the in
come tax and other oppressive measures
until after Congress had adjourned.
Strange the head, devils of Radicalism did
not demand the repeal of; the odious
measures at a time when their demands
could have been effective. Their whole
course is Mange and questionably honest.
If the party in power is not responsible
for the legislation of the country, who is?
new hammer. of the Bessemer
Steel Works, aelidirinbirtg, weigghs 88;:
000 pounds, and cost 200 t • 1 0 0 ma'
At the meeting of the Luzerne Dele-
I gates on Tuesday the 6inst. the Conven
tion proceeded to nominate for Congress :
E.Taylor, Jr. nominated H. B. Wright.
. : Brad ley ~ B. MeK tine.
R. Downing ‘• Harry 'lakes.
IN. G. Belding " S. O. Turner.
Convention proceeded to ballot with
• the following result:
let Ballot. 2d B.illott.
-2 2 I
Mr. Turner having received a majority
of the votes mist, deelared duly nom•
On motion, Convention proceeded to
the nomination of President Judge:
John Stone nominated G. W. Woodward.
H. W. Devenport G. B. Nicholson.
On motion, nominations closed and
Convention proceeded to ballot,
G. W. Woodward W . )
G. 13. Nicholson
On motion, nomination of G. W. Wood
ward was made unanimous.
Bradford County Convention.
The Democratic Delegates of Bradford
met at Towanda on Tuesday September
6th, and the Milowing is the ticket plac
d in nomination :
Congress—V. K Piollet.
Representative—G. H. Little
Commissioner —V. M. Bovier. !
Jury (commis-inner-5. W. Buck. &
Auaitor—T. M. Watts.
John Baldwin of Pike, and S. W. Lit
tie of La/itm . ole, were chosen Judicial
Conferees to meet similar ones from Sus
quehanna county, for the nomination of
an additional Law Judge.
r-ier The New• York State Repilblican
convention that met at Saratoga, on
Wedensday last, nominated Geo. Stewart .
L.Woodford for G)vertior-..„Gree!ey having
accepted his old position to stay at home.
SUPPORT HOME ESTERPRI3K-Ir
you do not support home enterprise. how
do you expect to he sustained yourself in
a home business? Some persons have a
perfect mania for going out of town to'
purchase that which they can buy at
home, and in nine cases out of ten just as
cheap, as though a foreign article were so
much better tlian the same at home
This is decidedly a rank, and detrimental
to the town in which yon live. If yon
have any money to spare. be sore and use
it in your own community, instead of a'
foreign. "Live and let live," should lie
your motto. The only wa y to build up
and keep a town alive is to spend your
money at home. Hire home mechanics,
patronize home manufacturers and home
merchants. Build up your local interests,
and all is safe. Ilv so doing von will not
be compelled to sell out and go elsewhere
to find a live town.
Ten years ago Lewis D. Campbell
and C L. Vallandigham were opposing
candidates for Congress in the Butler
district, and there was an exciting race
then between -Little Vall" and the "But
ler Pony," Mr. Vallandigham. however,
being elected. Times have changed since
then, and men with them. Now Camp
bell is the Democratic no minee for Coil
gress, and will he heartily and zealously
supported by Vallandigham and
friends. We believe that Campbell will
be elected by a very handsome majority
over Schenck. who was nominated by his
party a fortnight ago.—Ohio
—The youngest member of the COB
gressional House is General Barr, of Mil
sissippi. aged 29. and the Yonngt•st Sena
tor is aim, from Mississippi, Geu. Ames,
Wr What does Beason say I—Tbe little mon
goose when hitt.. by a deadly serpent resorts to • err
taha piens, eats of it. and escapes the effect of the poison.
That Is instinct. buman being. on the other band,
mast depend on reason and experience In selecting the
means of protecting health and life against unwhole
some halinenees. Now, what does scram say on this
vital sobJect ? tines It not tell to that to Invizorato and
purify the system is the best way to protect it against
the Invisib'ppolson which generate. disease? Pundy it
does. Thynext no salon is, wheat guide shall we follow
in chncling a medicinal safeguard 1 Beason replies let
your mimitor he experience_ Well. the experience of
eighteen years comprised In one unbroken series of sot
-I.lltetnry testimonials wores ns that ilosertter's Stomach
Bitters possess strengthening. regulating and antiseptic
properties which am not combined in the same happy
proportions In any other preparations extant. This
therefore I. the antidote to which reason bids us resort
when our health is Imperilled either by the malaria
which produces epidemic disorders. or by soy other
cause, whether inherent and constitutional or connected
with nor halite, occupations and pursuits,
The venom of a noxious reptile Is scarcely moremobtle
find dangerous than that wnieb lurks In foul air and im
pure water. So escape the fevers, bilious disorders. dis
turbances of the bowels, and other Pericles maladies
producski by thaw tusalnbrions element, It is absolutely
necessary that the stomach and all the secretive organs
should be. so to speak. In a robust condition- Vpon the
amount of resistance which the vital system can oppose
to the deleterious influences that assail It. the mfety of
the health depends, and it Is beenum [bouncer recurra
fax tectoonsfer Imparts energy and regularity to the
most Importabt (auctions of the nody. that It can be re
commended and guaranteed as an Invaluable preventative
NEW YORK PRODUCE 111.1111KETS
Corrected weekly by William llodsdon, 231
Fulton St., New York.
Week ending Sept. 10, 1870.
Butter, pail 40043
Cheese, dairy, per lb.. 12013
•• factory '' 13014
Eggs, per dos 25((826
Flour, per barrel... ... . .. 4.7500.45
Corn meal, 100 IN, 2.2002.80
Wheat, per bushel 1.2001.50
Corn ... 8 9 @+ 90 ...
Hops, crop of 1870 2:1028
Beef, sides, per lb ....... . ..... ....... 20028
Potatoes, per bbL ' 2.000 3 . 60
Tallow " ................ ...... 90 10
I.STATE OF THOMAS KEOGH
-4 late of iownstdp. Pa. deceased.
Letters of administmtiou upon the estate of the above
named decedent having been granted to the undersigned,
notice Is given to all persons Indebted to the same to
make Immediate payment, and those having claims upon
the same will present them duly authenticated for settle.
MICHAEL COYLE Adm'r.
ram tufveasere maim.
Auburn. Aug. 81, I 8 0. •
`STATE of HENRY BILE Y
1:4 late of Middletown township, Sup's' co. dee'd.
LaMar" of admLnistration upon tha estate of tbeabove
named decedent having been granted to the undersign.
ed,all persons indebted to said estate are hereby n
fied to make immediate payment, and those paving■
elaimsagamst the same to present them duly aothcntl•
TIONORA KILEY Altura.
Middletown. Aug. El, 1870.*
VSTATE OF JOHN CURTIN, into of
ILI Silver Lake township, fiusq'a co, Pa., deed.
Letters of administration upon the estate of the above
named decedent having been granted to the unrsigneel,
notice is hereby given Itoit AD- perms indebted to the
risme are requested to make latosediatepayment., sad
thaw having debts apoirthe aesenekili present tbetsdig
ly attlionstinded fiannittlidnind. . . , ,
BIUDGET atTpE $$ 1, .1141f02.
*at Law mt. 111 M).
.A.t Montrose, ..e - rvt. 21st.
Arrived at New York, Jan. 20th, 1870.
The German Ship " Walbeattr.” with a cargo of New
and Fresh Animals, imported expressly for Forepaugh's
Zoological Institute, which have been added to his al
ready Extensive Menagerie of last Season. A large
number of New Cages have been built to convey this
auxiliary, and now Mr. Forepaugh presents to his
patrons Thirty Massive Dens of Living Wild Animals,
a Menagerie double the size of any Exclusive Animal
Show on this Continent, and larger than any four so
called Combinations, that can be found in America.
jTHE PROGRESS.—Mr. Forepaugh organized his
Show for an American Tour, and started in the Spring
of 1867, with the following result:
1867. 16 Cages of Animals and a Circus, (under one
1868. 20 Cages of Animals and a Circus, (under one
1869. 2J Cages of Animals and a Circus, (under
1870. 30 Cages of Animals and a Circus, (under
- two Tents.) with a corresponding improvement
of Stock and Paraphernal la.
Success has attended his effort, and the Money bestow
ed upon him by a discriminating Public has been ju
diciously invested for their benefit, and while others
are failing all over the country this Establishment has
been gradually growing stronger, and for the Fourth
Annual Tour in America Mr. Forepaugh presents to his
THE FINEST SHOW IN THE WORLD!
Zoological ad EQuestriaii AlinEaton
krrEuxuoN AT 1, ANI) EVENINti 1T ; O'CLOCK
Animal Show and Elegantly Equipped Circus
1\ it travel together, visiting tho Cities and T,WIlg ill Lwu seteirnt , .
tents, Fuit ONE PIUCE 'OF IDNIISSION.
ONE TIcKET FOR 50 ('ENT's .kT)MITs 1'() 'IJ( \
Children unae,r 10 year,: rd ago, 25 ('cots to both
THIRTY MASSIVE DENS OF LIVINII WILD ANIMALS!
THE 40 IPt GI ITS,
Which is exhibited in a tent separate and distinct from the Animal show, and without extra
charNe, comprises the very best talent, selected without re t rard to expen,e, from the principal
amphitentres of Europe and America, consisting of twenty artists, includiaL: thr.c clowns
PROF. FRANK'S METROPOLITAN BAND,
Is a specialty of this.ol,anntie Exhibit ion. and we challenge the world to eninpi•te with them in
Omhedral skilL They have a complete set of solid silver inslrontents, and a novelty In the
music world, invented by Prof. Frank, known as the STEEL MOCTII PIANO, which will be
played in the Orchestra and In the
ii-1=1...49.1V321 I= o .7FL 0 0 .M .S;.-SU ONT.
THE MOST EXPENSIVE AND EXTENSIVE SHOW
Don't Format tits Names,
ADAM FOREPAIT GII
E. D. COLVIN.. .....
, PIINIGESB. •
FOR I GRAND
ENDER TLIE NAND': AND TITLE " of
-?""c HORNED HORSET
ONLY ONE IN THIS COUNTRY FOR 20 YEARS
Ever scen In Europe, Americo, or in the world
4 PAWS !
VOILA LE CORPS REPRESENTATIVE:
.Manager anal Pmp*tor.,
. ........ .............. .. —Assistant ➢tanager.
..... .......... . . . . .......... Agent .