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1 i 4 lontinee front Page highly prejudicial to the public interests ; and I il7 exceeds the capacity of the cases now In the ; beneficent protection only for the corree- rd, with success, in providing the means
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therefore enniestly recommend its immediate I library for their accommodation. Manv thous- lion of the errors of criminal jurisprud- necessary to establish a first-cruse line of
repeal, or-al least so touch of it as relates to Ilse J ands of volumes, of greasteclitiel - rfife - neierearily
enee . ,ll . l . e_rel_iel of those
. who may have American iron steamships to run between
This institution appeart In he treadmill' ac bOIIIIS.
.., i stored away la„sueb arnanner ailito render them
i. implishing the objects for_whieli it bay 'been
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w.macAtitt ants ,tr.i,ls ItiIIIGADEL ::: 1 inazees4ble anirconsequently usciess. I, there- beets.= c rroly ' prlrescessiyely'-punisbett, tlitit qty and EprOpeati ports. The -Leg
I. a-rally endowed byiilteState:' It 141.5 shout e , , , :
'-', - The qm.....sthin of th ';' , l -In rion f the. on. ,
-,,... -.. , five, recommend thflid.lie Legislature authorize I and Ilmsediround whom' . cluster mitigu- islature . will, no doubt" grant . litter*
s• , xi: students who are lastructe.l, noeinnly in 6 . '' B. .! u S' h
. Ki•, l r i•C •thel constitietien of* mfficlen,Mlumber of al- I none atttlitMelt fa
trot the telegraph lane,.an ter: _ rte ;kg Of 'i eni-rig Circumstances. • franchises to effect a result that:twill place
a ‘.. 'ordinary branches of literature and 'science.
Doves, to akofthwittstbe archittnrel arrange- I The n uniber of appliOtions fib r par:. . Int' Commimwealtb '/In ad vanfie of nll
hit in all the field operations ness# l 7 for a ek
nil/r "'t "" P '! ntes, ' )Vitil, th F bt •S te 13 • V til l ,ment ottbe blinding. 't.ghese citil be. completed I
, one, Government. was Tuirtially consider!. , , door during the past year wits twerve I others, in the construction mid, tiae4af
'swoulth accrietileffrul eddsition. _..::
theict , ginlature at its last sty lou t and is note at . derma cost,. Which - USW be more than coin
The txp r e'rimiaiTil Farms, estararAW4l diallller'llS ; pensuted for in the safe keeping o f th e b oo k s , hundred and forty, of which sixty-two, or . such vessels fur ocean navigation. With
the supervision of the officer+, have thus far reeding ronsidentble attention. Regarding
, and in their accessibility and general useful- five per cent., aveiv grunted. 1 the aid acid facilities which the National
the stititt4n as tine of vast importance, involving new smovered their exonitations. The experiments
The commutation of sentences for ;and State Governments may find it their
therein - are - careenre - receriled -,' 'every incident the sovereign power of the State. 11 1 , i nt ,, rest ,
..,,good behavinr ,in ,prisnit in accordance i duty and interest to„ extend, it is hoped
cultivation, the nature of the see d conlm i L . of corporations that are eufranehised by it, anal t_s_.-• 7
‘ ,. d to 1 h ut
,i mit i mittil iac t.pr on 4 4w Ah,f , p rr i gr ,%., of our citizens who have tnvemments In stocks , Permit men) renew Tay ''rettommenilailons wit/I'4lle la* of IStin; hitieffi.:eteal 'fuvom- i this enterprise will he successful. The
and results, togetherwith the Conducing causes. and amounting to many millions of dollom, 1 Fomenting the collection . and
_pr . operly me_ odrd- ble results in the conduct of prisoners, ' construction and maintenance. of steam
h..,ing, areucately noted. The publication of most earnestly invite youir serious
_exantina , tinn ..l, au tom
Th . - 61? - . 1wejterilfriltritif gittliratrxiliary 1 crirsnitablet-for the- pn a - indicated- ,
oases obsiersttlifier,iwfole . in"ililihrfrit'paris - of ' ofdr;and yetwearly-actiont thereort--- - . rolt o-f " " rll l illgT ll4 ol n k la GTAG 7 L a. :4o 9 it g et ig eeitTeettS 'amt.
,of the Comtramwealth, Such recent! are an al- in ntanitallitfig andauleSunin prison disci- I would consume large amounts of our
the State, with varioosslimatra and soil, under GEOLOGICAL SURVEY. •
' ' titidllpeatiltateiindessit'.'flie.ian't et them tlts ben .fiMit" I effect will doubtless 1 great staples— . iron, steel, alai and lumber
the viillaneenf sittlied' egrieutturnists, will ice- : a :e.liable gooloen. e; altandminemlngienl4M-rey ' Is nic's a sourceof constant - leaky and arm y * line.. t --"-- ---
lie manifest in the conduct of those who , —and also
part calnablticits•antis for The benefit of the give employment to thousands'
would be of inealetihrble Taint! to the State. lance-to alithe-Eitatentheem, !male others ; in-
are felea.sed from prison because of its re- I of our 'mechanics and citizens, and vastly
Practical farina . ..and. doubtless, he the means of . Without it we hum indefinite idess , orsior vast 1
, eluding UptuadStates .p nebula and irpriaenta
eatablishletn"Sciptoo-of A,griculture," baying, undevelopcsi traineral wealth. and. this expense
influences, and it is believed I benefit all branches of trade and indus
llA foundaliblx; l 4-t om of "Perlexim" attending it would be utterly insignificant when t firma offoreln flattens, who havetusinesswith rotwatery
that fewer convicts discharged under it i try.
I the different t 'deparnaierits of the State
The report'ef - the - ttristeg fitrnishes a hill 40- COMpSted with the beneficial results. We are, ment. These statistics might he c-atheg v a er t n-
All good citizens will rejoice when the
acription of tfieteddeationet and hnanelal I eoo- lat present, wlthont even a reliable map to In- • „ A • ••• . 4 will return to criminal pursuits than tan- I
en intelligent clerk np- , . , „
din.° of thecifilege, together with the progress ' theme the locality, character and , resources of I. m '" e r a t eer Pens" , 4 .Y
he books at iall der flit (-m-l-ststem- ; )ast disg,teeable vestiges of the recent
and results of:thel, , sperituental Farms during mineral regions. And as good maps ate the ' P ointe d fo r that Ir i rres a nda
. urnes_keptopen tor naptetiwni in the office of i ,
civil war shall have been obliterated. •
the yearJU3t ended." . • basis of all useful riswarch in every deartment (the GENERAL REMARKS.
e Secretary of the Com °alveoli& as Since the cessation of open hostilities, the
, Mil.rcAßS.. _
.. of science and the arts, especially m the practi- I - -tit The cheerful aspect of national niftirs ' -
Your attention iillniffe fel, the aceninpany- cal sciences of geoitaKv and metallurgy, the first LAND DEDADTDENr.
u subject for congratulation. ' A prn- I l
t • nation has set the whole world a noble
ing roporrof-thetAdjat ant General, for ilic de- step toward geological survey is to obtain as The report of the t urveyor General furnishes example by ifs unprecedented magna
' den t and atricu le dmii istrat ionl
p a i . has •
mils of the trausationa.of bbdepattmenrduring corm. t a map as possible, if not nf she entire a detailed account of th e Land Office. b uring - totality in forgiving the offences and re
the past :year. _The • Dectesity of:a military State. at least of such parts thereof as are of the past fiscal yetr 11,580 patents wer e ' slic er given to the country the substantial frui- storing to citizenship the great mass of
-in tite,Shile, subordinate and auxiliary to : the most MMOrtanel. to be studied geologically. coverings37,Macres, being more than one-dif . - toil] of the victories obtained in the late those whwarred •t '
o agams Its peace and
the-civil authorities bizt. so fully discussed. This will be a work of labor and time, and can i ty-sixtts part of the area of the State. The great , strugg le for freedom *.and , the Republic. st fII Inthis
regard, we have been as
and so . nifty emitteda, &::: to render any ar- , only be secomplishyd meressfidly by triangtslat- amount ,of work in this department requires ,
Theisscrered Stares have been restored a ' -..
precut oaths subject elan:* inipertiumm It ing, each county separately, and from thecounty ; several additional clerks. The insecurity of the ! , ~ . . , generous in peace as we have been in vinci-
Ls admitted; ; Mt all pand a, -iliht a thorrughly • maps thus acquired, coustructing_a complete and buildings renders necessary additional iron cases Ito the a. mon ; peare reigns tritimpnunt 1 rile in tear ; and now but comparatively
organized; and -well disciplined *military force accurate map of the whole State. 11 is neither or safes for the protection of the muniments of I through all our dominions; the national few of those who sotorlit to dissever the
contributtlii"eakazillaillY to the, maintenance of wise nor just policy to delay this work because title and otherpnbliedeamments. The expenses I credit as established beyond the possibility 1 . 7 - • the peace and gOod order of society, arid to the it may he mot! perfectly effected at some future ,of the office, including improvements, was tad, j o r tmecessfo i as, mon remain ;18 aliens and strangers to
sanit, and returning pros-
security of. Ms perSoM3 and property of citizens. time- There is far it a- present necessity, and I 400, whilst the receipts, from fees alone, amount- • its government. The supremacy of the
It bas . beep; my desire amt.:dm to constitute , the rime never will conic when such a work can led to 04,703 61: 1 pertly abounds ill every State and depart- I l aws h as b een ma i nto • m d and tie , their pow-
Fetch a force, to aid the eivi auth-rities,shotrid be rendered perfect. There can lie no such I . I molt of the government.
MINUS. ,eris no longer disputed. The passions'
an emergency arian, in the suppression of public thing as a final geological report. New develop- I I The doctrine of free trade so beneficial
, I that excited and irotracted dead! •stri f e
tumult or disorder. - This has.been effected - more merits in mineral resources, ns well as' addition- I herewith is submitted the re ,
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anocesnfully than wag lit :II tin . anttipatel In
IMO, them:Wee bitt eight olunteer companies
in the State.;, at the .ciest of Itto - 9. there were
one hundred and eighty-four; to which number
one hundred - add Eft.t -tight eompanic, acre ad
ded last fear In the meantime, thirty hare
been diAbande.iiieseing three bundre I n n tfelecen
organized and attire military companies. now
recogi4ed by act of the Legi,.latitre, as the
'National Gclayti of Pennmicatiii."
From the co:ninny' oteiniztthias fourteen
regiments andtfice-battalioncchare been formed.
Whilst isn't= ttivosed to encourage regiment-
al orga:nizations of cavalry or artillery, they be
ing utuaccessatily lark and expensive, I rcgtrd
sepratC' isrleni troop vd hattr-' -4"
. . .
aapentt,... .ms ,ant. ant. Intteries of 's• ~..og many millions of dollars in
• last, spreading terror throng!' that neigh
these baSiebes . of -the service, attached to : value. Then, many of the hack counties were ,
brigadat ordtvisions, as highly important. I comparatively unsettled, and Fwarrely any open - oorhood, and ettusing seriurts alarm iu
The.nuota of arms due Pennsylvannia has • zags were made in our mineral districts, except Philadelphia. The disease assumed its
been drakti from the General Government. 'in the anthracite coal halos and around Pitts - worse type. and the percentage of mortal-
This imcianied to .forty-five hundred breach- 1, burg. Now, the State is full of trial shafts qud itv was extremely large. It was brought
lotidint iitlte-musk and accoutrement; with ' private explorations ; extensive forests have
apr portion to supply of the, proper ammuni. 1 been cleared; made penetrate what were In- to the litzaretto, from Jamaica, by the
tion... , Tttesehave ncenxiistribnted, as penal led ;
accessible regions ; milways traveree whole brig ui Homy, whose Captain died during
by the fifty-seventh section of art of 11, 41 ,, d, ' counties with instrumental field work ; mane the voy:rge. The vessel wasdetained by
1864, in.sachmasuncr as ht my judgment "will I thonsanthi of oil sad salt wells have been bored; order of tile Lazaretto ' Physician, Who,
m6st effeettiqffy aub;ervc the military interests . valuable mines put in working order; the popubt- I with the e 5,.,. mine !ifitib - r and other
and neititfes-of the Commonwealth... tine has 11f1V71(1F1n1 in intelhgence and gmwo
As . heretofore stated, all the State milit a ry moo' observant rind en terprising, and the skill of vahlable attachea of the elation, fell v ie.
departments-created durine the war have been , the Ecologist, metallurgist and surveyor has time to the . pestilence. . 'rite second mute
merged icamilist of the Aziprant General.. That ' reached a higher degree of perfection. - and pilot of the brig, in violations of or
departinent is now the depository of all our' i'osterity has its claims upon its; and it
tiers to the contrary, and elio or the
rtilllipat.' -Tecoriift, tho impo-ta - nre and %%tile M ! should be emsidered that whatever is done for
whichltrevenstantly indit-i'ed 1•v the dap ,
. 11 ,. , lir- present ilmienition is so munch accomplished health regulation, went to the city, where
pacaumutorisaletalsot the Gaster. s al anti clitf.asatt am tficzazerations that maw follow. One lee - they both died ; and it has been inferred
States gofernmenu,, or a - ,:rue , au I szent t ' .—.,...-.• , ‘---' l -..• or ... r—i-.e5" 4 —..--‘..r 6 .. that the death's Which subsequently oe
of soklient themselve : ‘, or th-ir re i ae.ent i tiv.. preserve knowledge for tatare use Science Is varied there are partly attr i butable to
for Certifieate3 and exemplitic, t ion', T...• k i cirmilat iv-, and its nth-num; arc slow. It must ,
jiitant'Oeneral tsliso the rearsonai'dc e.....Jsliati j collect saint facts before it arrives at tree con-
of alt the milltiry proportr helmmine to the , :lu,ions. For it ant of a proper bureau of Upon the death of the Lazaretto Phy-
Coraduinentaith- •1, therrforriirivomio - iid that ' .it ilistica, an.l a corps of observation anti publl• aiciati and the Quarrantine Master, I ap
his department receive Ito favumble con•ii lera. cation to collate and relate the facts of
__,our pointed two pit rsichrus, both of whom
Lion of the begislature, and Me c , i , lnti.tion ~: ecology and mineralogy AS they have appeared, were known tolince had mach experience
such tippropriatlons as may he rv i an .I for its the State luta already suffered severely. Much .
lit yellow fever. They volnnteered their
efficienttidmbilstration. valuable inforinat ion has been lust, never to be
- 'irrtrritrr nts - rhay. -
ri •overeil ; cud but little certain knowledge servic•.: . s at a time whenit was difficult, to
l otinT aCienti . le o perations,, obtain
1 ,1 p ism rmaing, an, • 1 0... persons properly qnalifled. The
The'liegislatilre . , in 1861, passed an act wort 'ets been miring,
to govern anti assist the rearill'a proved the propriety of these ap
ortairtgthei Governor "to ' appoint 1 ,, 1111e I.oni- futon , enziaccr The srioner, therefore, in my j ---
'Ctocitan ;to:prepare a military history or opinion, a geolocit al survey is authorized, the ' poi ntm en ts. Soon after they etterod tip
oy:19116 Wahtuteers and militia, " ari.o had 1 berer will it be t c :m the prospective interests of ' on' the performance of their duties, the
been ortniglit thereafter be in the field during the `,. tate, as well a, fur its prent necessities. , disease was eradicated and the station re
theArti'rtif the rebellion. In 'ebnfunnity there- ,
with, rny predeeessor appointed Samuel P 110.1 RD OF rratic ( - natal - int ' stored to its tisnallv healthy condition.
Barzte.,.Earta.to •perfOrm this diffic u lt. and re- , ratter the reguireimmts of an am, approved ! Some changes Cm em necessary for the
~undertaking. M e commenced t h e Ap r il 24, NO, I appOinted fir,,, commissioners proper rminagemeot of the rinarrantii,e.
task with zeal and industry, and has prosecuted to , Thstitate a ilaard of Public Charities, who,
I my opinion the Otiarran tin ,
it wfth ihilltv. and
work has proved to be far at all tiniest, have full power to look into nod ' i n ' - - ' t
. should by law required to bee medical
more extensive, and required a much greater examine the condition of all !heritable, retorm- amount-of labor and research than was at first story or corree: ima I institutions within th e man, trialified to act as an assistant to
opritcaroated. Four large rival ovule" volumes, state. and . at bast one , ' in every year visit all he , lAtztiret to Physician. and to perform
handsoinely printed and sub-gar:Gaily bound. such Jo, are recta, me latati. aid, to examine ' Ilit. duties of that officer, in case of his
have -been, produced, and the fifth, and last everything conncc:ed pith their management, .
yealtrete; will be completed before the tirat of and csperiallr to ascertain whether tha rona. t . absence, eieknezis or trcatl4... Raul . it.t..,'
'neer! talc case n nen the tate physician .
June next.. The book, itself, affords the Im , t, ,an inass...'--- ' ''''' '"'"' "'e economically ant
catmnentaryor.e e tri c t,,,•,,_____ „, , ru kt, iii,li,ii 'Li-1y eapend..d. The requisite number , died, the iteceaaity for calling a ssi stance
quit author has discharged his duties. It puts in of gentlemen, pce,sessin ;; the roe, - . frotn 'without Would have been obviated, !
concise form andperpetuates the mast import- t...M4, have generousl consented to serve on and the sjcls tie‘s, suffering' mortality les- 1
ant portion of our history, n hich otherwise this 14, ar I. widcli is now fullv organized. and
winiktintre been forever lost Hereafter it lint the objects omtuniplatect art being accomplish. ' stencil. n- salary of tt,is officer, as well
be invaluable to the Commonwealth. cd. Earl- ,luring the session their first annual ,as that of the Lataret to Phi - gird:in, should
- RIGHTS OA ranwrr CFII7IER'S. report t, :ii ', , t, paslailed fo r your consideration, , Inc materially inereits. ml. in order to retain
which-wry EIFP a ridi account of the e x te n t and competent and r, sponallile men fi ir these
By the seventh. article of a Consular Pon- hn
b e lt ,- theirphilanthronic transactions '
vend® between France and the United States , in g elt , ti , of uji, , tj ,, ommouvre , tit i i. , important itositiottiS. 'Flo• salaries now
signed Februry 28 1833, it was stipulated -that .
paid wt. - re them! tnany tear! ago, and are
the citizens of the reapeetita countries should RATTLF: OF GETTITSICRO.
mutually have the Same rights to hold real and lam informed the pietarce
tat t, iettai l n tio fitr the risks
or the Battle of J an m'ailer l " nil i _
personal estate„lind In enjoy and transmit the ' Get t t abarg, painted by corder of the Legialatnre, j and serviees n quire.
same. My attention has been invited to this' leas been competed. As this valuable produc-, Grateful ackliticili•ilgments are duet()
subject - by a letter, from Linn. Itaini'ion Fish, non is the properly of the State, I deem it the members of the 11third of Ifealth for
Secretary o f 841 e of th e ynitei St a te s , d ate d , important that von Mnth] :ippoipt a ennimittee,l their excellent sanitary treedutions and
May 8, 1870,1nelosing a copy of a corm-ninth:a- , with 1 , 110111 1 shall be: pleased to co-operate, to i
Lion from the Minister of France to the United ' take it in charge and prepare a place Suitable ; personal services during the prevalence of 1
States, resident at Washington. That letter' for if. accommodation. This should be made' the epitli - inic. anti also to the attaches of '
secompanined by sev en th a r ti c l e , an d a ropy t sulibiently capacious, and so arranged as to the Quarantine Station for their fretless
of my reply thereto, (marked A and 11.1 here- ! afford an epportrinity for the display of the devotion to dart- in the time of danger,
withsubzunted to the Legislature for jnf o rm a . flags and other Mies of interest to the citizens and etch constant und . self-sacrificing ra
tion, and with Ate recommendation th a t th e of the State, and to the numerous visitors at
stittlect becarethilly considered. and anal:action the Capital. ' tention to the wants of the sick and dr
taken thereon an Will make the eitatlitt-b of Noe' DELAWARE 110C1CDART LIRE. tog. Had it not been for these faithful
and efficient services, by which the pro-
State uniform- to our obligations under the The Legislature, at its session of 1860, Passed
prOvlslons of said couvention. an act, untitled "An Act to settle, det erm i ne gress of (1W ft•ner was arrested, Philadel
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.sartinc.tz CraLKTERTF.h. , and ineme the. ,, litheru • boundary line of the I Olin mid tit her populous distrcts might
On the fast of 'July, 1870, an act of Conaresa Coolliwutaveld'h.” In conformity therewithl have suffered 11 rep
Act to establish anti protect National cerneter-
etition of the horrors
was passed emeatiattiry to the aci, entitled "An commissioners were , appointed to act "in eon-
j iteeljoit with Ilk,- eerm.r o ss o nters on the part of j Of ft? rimer years when this dreaded disease
iei" approved Februry 22,1870. Th e object e t". the State of Delaware.' That State, however, I matte such frightful ravages.
time IaNSIB 1111.0 place trader the National one. haa ralltal, thus, tar, in make the necessary np- I . IN IfE3loillA)f.
poinlitiet;ts The wont, consequently, remains , ,-,,
eminent the management and preservation of
lion Vi 1L1.1.1 m F. rAcssa, ex-G0ver
,,,,,,,,mp1i bed. and the boundary. line is not
these cemeteries, and to accure the conseitt of flat
s-lreralf_hatts fu which they arc located. This , defini'ely fixed. , nor, died at Williamsport, on the 271.1) of
consent has already been given as to the eem. toiler ordinary eirennistnnees this might not
etery ;eztysburg, by the art upprased April he regarded as important ; but ..-hen it is con
14thi, ISM; and-the, National authorities now sidcred that thee is a material diflerence in
ask for the same anion by the State as to the in the pensi codes of the two States, and that
ceaeteriis a t Glee w uod. Lebanon, No it m the emir of I /ela ware contain provisions, author
.Sltiialblatid Fellows' and Woodland. in Phut, txr, the of punishments repugnant to
,Whia , and also those at Flerrisharg,Pittsbnqr nit the thliells of rennsYlvania, serious eveils
and Yortr. may Tome 0:11- arise out of the neglect to de-
Copies of-a communiration on this subject, term it tlii, line. It is impossible to tell what
frrirri,thE Secretary of War, and of the act of mig,ht transpire. should the State of Delaware
duty, I;lB7o,,lmarked C and D,) are herewith *Vile upona citizen and subject him to the di.*
trans . m i tteci. „ l ib the . m . rmirium d at i n , that the ' graceful and abhorrent punishment of the
comma of die State be given, in compliance pillocr and tile whipping post, who, upon sub ,
yip the laws of the United States. wont-t! investigation, was ascertained to have
The objectionalicretoforeexisting the ply- his residence in Pennsylvania. The injured
.neat - of the appropriation fur the, thc , party would have a right to demand, and we
Aattentin cemetery having been rumored, the would be compelled to grant him satigaction
sum tppmpriated lass been paid over to- thr for the wrong lie suffered. This, and ocher
trammel% reason; might be urged fur the ituniediate.set,
, gement of this questiein. Pennsylvania 'does
ant desire, awl cannot afford, to come into
t tayjrnaue e with a rerptest to that effect.' collision with the State of Delaware.
I fglibnatt, for your considemtion. n ...opt of lite •
NektiPntil bliPigrati.ollll3.l/1 '11...) which was •
caliedby the Governors of the Western States, The Sepreine Cant has decidesl that the law
reiptiring the owners of dams in the Smignehan
ana 'Wits largely Attended, at Indianapolis, lu
oirritilleecir,oorrittribee 2.lliicoonfvenn.tiw6enn,tibter.,lll7,tn..m7,l,laesnut,hihe rover to make fish-ways the same, at least
in eases where they had purchased their worka
front the State. is trout - institutional and void.
a tb d e op aa tion r.r of at tni sta,t elt ea res of ol ih nt e iori nio as n. i to nbr i li mport t e,
j u ne t
From this decision it tines-not appear -that the
Gcni;tess to enact Mich laws as would} Wined Stutt-catutel have much ways -I ""estruetett at. its
immigrants, while "in tmniitu" 'from other -own exPenat;-
until - concurrent legbilation can be obtained
pro rlds, a ter4 tulnpon thew ivu '
a rival in
wi b t
at is itbe3 otui v t a n n c : 4 ‘ ,., 4 i tty 3f4i t yL i era- jruji suor loidinzLoth hailka .
now.dattorrausly subjected. .the cansitirar. Su 'luel'anna liver at its month Tad` fni
meet in , aii ,„, :atioa,
eliz4 , 4tor, as many miles- above. The subject • has been
alwa y rii-freen tare • approved policy of rate grit- bro ugh t P . 14 " ittlt i l tiee'efahulteed: the: beg
re.„,.nraed islature of which State. AL iia last ~session, pass..
r-dr.,,ix;:wwrz.g.c.iii;mr-r , dime provi,litsg fur the appointment of core-
y of fisheries, to report at its next
vire touvr r. •. Kim. which willnot occur. until next winter.
'About the - <lasi of the 'lted - geiesion . b( e t c . !, The fisheries Mier eertsideratiorr ate ..suds-, it
Legialatnia en aelAras .pst;.qed • . 10 : 1 !b,.d,,_eterientled by the wain of
entitled " A ,aupplernient- do • :11M r. BM fowl ',Mitt, ]sire 4) . 4 °'.° PrUteetiDA 1 0 by the tee- •
Idatarmaras -I °Vglrliclie'lls in the g;trealtis.
The Nie -- Enjittrid States' and 'New Yolk'
`i t 7 t . aj2 ""ci; i r ta '"ZaZL-Z,'Z' e izrj_Qi, i W ./ ZV - si.uretttetirn — in.eneed the experiment Offish propu.
'Kiri:puny the tnalintWand.dolTabi g aiisSrt Or t4 ,! a u T e4 W mt n"Drth 431.1:15 =ri te
jute . the' Iltatit: rtritaury itantirillv , hi- the Their. experience sa . be
YOrkadd YAW. Railroad died saml,a,ki obsitteted arising ;from, the.
fifth section of the act o itfj,Naj l ,,,,"Ah u i,.. ll3o Stste'pwverrhip fir the isverhures shall
Sohn, Rag,. the tutintuntuent, env attention w A ; ' ll:l " :b een .l6 bvinted , ' ti e* '' l6 r 3 e.Y . tIPP 6 . II t 6 : I
elitneMd•Wriiir'striqeet, and to guard against - limb vommisetaners at the last aesalou artier Leg
pat j etittisetknittiAltorneittAileneral to .ive n..1.-bd"ture.eAd eetnolfssioncrof Reartaylvants
• l i ce skab z ai err ydrg uta._Eria jt,itith t 4 v ont ,. 1.: 14 u.unr ialrttity.stith Ilium nienuice co need
vizoAbat4ll6 4511.49.,51,:0nici 'edr•oneurreittlegishltion.: ilubject . is lee s
•iiky . Eur'ni_OT.lLV`• Watts, as 7 1 ; i,7 l eg' vied. attrithin both States by their
aglittgop i itttiMathfidlit/t4r....Pattial. o .tit` of lilt.' '" e luTatal' age= 2; It 111:' hupbdPtbitCDOlawartit';
ment 4 t .s er t e , 4 - 4 -, :littkar•Wthe'Alittir Y r 'l l iq i ll.willt•P•cattsylvaularttul New Jersegiw
easetedastappror i d: , iirodoln.l th e refurfas utededon,lite.Dula.witreaixer,
aprorifammajbejyttall,orativioirietsairreki.3llo:l' , i • - - - ,
as itta4s.4tod f itiCOLICA Wax -at The accumulati on o ii min , ' • '
ante" - siAnt4ll6 -- tiettltir)galq4r ttelittatr;ltibd- littitic)W,Ouri.i e. vi • ••-sr-s'xiCtrigitt;;. :to. this
• - • n te 4 1d llunailau la
al acquirements in scientific knowledge. will
constantly he made as long as the world ex-
The general voice of the business community
and landownership of the State demands this
mer-cy. It is especially railed for' by the oil
regions, neat!: tlkoctrered coal fields, and be the
iron, manufacturing and railroad interest&
Large portionsof the State remain, to a .grent
extent, nnetualed by scientific and poetical
men. The eurcey of 1834-11 did a good
work, but It isof little nitre now, except in
few localities. Since it was made, wonderful
discoveries hare taken pLtee, and problems of
stnicture and deposit still remain uosolved,
doubtless inColring doll
Inspectors of Mines, tilled with highly
important statistical information, to
which your Careful uttention is invited.
The necessity fur such inspectors is de
monstrated by the number of cavnalties
reported, and the propriety of extending
the provisions of the act by which it has
been instituted to all the mining districts
iu the State, forciby exhibited.
This fearful epidemic made its appear
ance at the QuarrimtMe Station in June
, alai! _au a ot
Sepienther last. lie W ILS one of the self
made men of a hour the State has justly
cause to be proud. In early life he *dis
tinguished himself as a journalist, and in
the man public positions he subsequent
ly occupied lie acquired a high reputation
for his eminent abilities as a statesman
and executive officer. During his public
carreer lie filled the offices of Canal Cotn
missioner and Auditor General, and was
member of eaeh branch of the General
Assembly. has ing sery,d two terms as
Speaker of the House. His '134 public
trust was that of Cliief.3fagibtrute of the
Commonwealth. He was Over sixty- .
three.years of - age at the tithe of Ills
derth, and has left behind hint an untar
Wtl.l.rsvt W. WArr, late member
of the Senate, departed this life on the
17th of Nos ember last. He bad served
L yearn as a member of the
House of itepniselitatiree,:and wtii in the
first year of. his &it:Aerial' term at the
time , ofitis death. 11e was - well known
and highly respected, IlliaSBlllMillgin this
:mantters;:k hid - and cotirteone in his de
portment, and in the disehatr, of his oh ,
ligations, whether all public or , piti+gite
nature, ire won -the esteem of those who
The Legielatore will, I trust, not Tail
to take suitable notice of the dintise of
theft, two distinguished . citizens, who,
during - :their-life-timc, were so prominent
in rendering seri ices fur the public wel-
will he fiend the report tirpardons grunt
ell daring the Inuit year. llotriFtred tvith
the increase of crime, and the great num
ber of prianters in : the connty-jails and
State penitentiaries, the number is • less
than that of form:rye-4. In -exercising
clemency towards persons,eanyipted of
crime, I have strict Ej elicayored, under
ssii circumstances, tp Observe that caution
ail discretiob ' 6ontyinpl4etl in the , Can
stitutiOn, Oicf-to Itripartmlb.'gdrniitistei
'thht-trierci fat perironsd ratend ity
ort of the
to foreign interests and so inimical to
American industry, if carried out to its
legitimate rtsuhs,'• would soon cause
Amer:can labor to be absolutely impover
ished, reduce the free and happy millions
of toilers to the degraded condition of the
down-trodden population of Europe, and
capital would no longer seek enterprises
thus rendered unremunerutive. Protect
ion to our products and mannfiactures•
when rightly viewed, is protection to la-
bor against competition from aliroal
Labor in the United States commands
I higher wages than in nny other country.
Consequently our working m-ri are the
more elevated. Labor is the foundation
of individual and national wealth, and
those nations that have most thoroughly
protected it from foreign competition have
been most prosperons. During the late
war the talismanic, influences of protect
ion on our home industries, and upon the
laborand capital invested, went. obvious
in developing and raising them from their
paralyzed condition to the substantial
prosperity which has since pervaded the
country. And, now, when it has been so
transcendently demonstated, that we are
not only ntde to datand onrselves. but
wha: is equally important, " to depend
upon and live upon our own resources;"
and when the advocates of free trade are
endeavoring to persuade ns to adopt the
absurd theory, that " tariffs hinder the
development of indnstry, and the growth
of wealth:" why sheuld not the a isdom
of the government make available the
teachings ot experience, and at once leg
islate for the good of the people? Why
should it not prof et American labor,
maintain its campensation, give the pin
&leer a home market, and develop the
unbounded resources of the country?
The duty on tea, coffee and tropical pro
dnctions, and all inquisitorial an& other
taxation under the revenue laws. except
upon luxuries, whisky and other livors,
and tnbaceo, should be repealed. lortu
nately in Pennsylvania there is but little,
if any, difference of ornion on the sub
ject wf a reasonable protective policy.
but you can, and you should, instruct
your Senators, and request your Repre
sentatives in Congress, to use their best
exertions to preserve us from the baneful
influences of free trade, to which the em
maries of Great Britain, are now with
syren songs so anxiously and ininstrions
ly endeavoring to hire us to destruction.
After a satisfactory adjustment of du
ties on foreign productions, so as to pre
vent the posibility of undue competition
from abroad, and a thorough revision and
modification of our sr stem of internal
taxation, a bunt may safely be placed to
the annual reduction of the National
debt, say to fifty millions dollars, except
a-hen great prosperity should make the
treasury over plethoric, and the occasion-,
al unexpended balances might be used in
the purchase of additional bonds.
The introduction of "Chinese Coolie,"
or "contracted labor," is one of the great
est cu ils that can bef,al the toiling mill-1
ions of our country. Their presence is
not only degrading but impoverishing !
and paralyzing to our patriotic and intel
ligent workingmen. It is a new species!
of slaver:•, equal in all its injurious ten
dencies• to that, the extinguishment of
which cost the nation such immense
treasures, and so many thousand of valna-
ble lives. It should not be tolerated for
a single moment, as its results will
ally be to debase and force oar working
men into unnatural rivalry with the dregs
of the Chinese population. Restrictive
laws against the importation of this, kind
of labor, such as would stay its farther
progress, should be enacted without any
The claims against Great Britian fir
depredation upon the commerce of our
t citizens,by the piratical steamship Ala
bama, and other vessels, and the disputed
rights of our fishermen in the eastern wit
! ters„ are yet unsettled. The importance
'of these issues have caused much bitter
"less of feeling, and, tan considerable de
' gree, involved the peace and honor of the
country. The alleged creel treatment,
blEitglatnt„ of American citizens chaig
e4-Irith evinPlreitY in some of the Fenian
- moreMente, equalled only by the historic
horrorri'bf Dartmou th and pi udersun ilk,
loudly call for the prompt and humane
attention of our Government. 'These
threesulqects, I am informed, are now
under the consideration of the National
:Administration, whose intention it is to
settle them with as little delay as possible
and in such manner as will meet with
general acquiescence and approval.
While two heroic nations in Euriape
have been engaged in deadly strife,
shocking to civilization, our country has
been but little affected by it in a physical
sense. But our sympathies are deeply ex
cited for both people, and in the name of
humanity, we earnestly hope their differ-
dices inAy soon be,satisfactorily,adjusted,
and 'Peace restored.
I. have observed with pleasure that Con
gress is about - to pitiyup, by. legislation,
for the building; up aril protection of the
commercial marine of oar coontry,.and
for postal facilities' to and from foreign
countries by American vessels. These
measures shituld, and Po doubt will, re
ceive the approval of the people. "It is
also ffratiflipg to find the mercantile,
man tifieturing, railway and other interests.
of por great cotanterittll city of . I ' ll 4lelt
phta, Molting With vigor, arid, liintiv_ziur
have subsided, .and we are again,
practically, a homogeneous people.
There arc, doubtless, here and there, some
disaffected spirits, but their number are
to few, and their power to insignificant,
too give serious ca Li se for uneasiness or
alarm. And even towards these, euncila
tion will be more paoduetive of good re
sults than the avenging fume of trium
phant power. It is greatly to be desired
that universal peace, 'amity and national
fellowship and brotherhood should again
prevail throughout on- vtr'• And
,ar country. .
the time is, I trust, close at hand, when
this grand end perfect consummation gill
be etfec:ed by universal atnnesty. It would
efface the lingering distinctions a hich are
fostered by punishment of the year few
erimes in which very many participated.
and remove the last pretext fur hostility
against a government whose magnanimi
ty is the crowning glory of its power. It
will accord with enlightened and pro
gressive civilization, and harmonize with
the tested might and - graudenr of free in
stitutions. It Will present, tun, the noblest
government of the would's history as im
pregnable and indissoluble, because foun
ded, without distinction, claw, birth or
circumstance;. npua the virtue and intel
ligence of all its people.
TIM employment of the States
troops at elections, ii idiom the consent
of the local and State governments, has
recently received considerable attenuon
and reprehens:un. It is regarded us an
interference with the sovereign rights of
the States, which was not contemplated
by the founders of the general govern
ment, and, it persisted in, Must lead to
results disastrous to peace and harmony.
The practice is one so serious in its Lila
:.c:cs, as to merit prompt cJus . dera'ion,
and ckeisive action, tut only by Ile r,
ral Assembly but by Congress. One of
the complaints of colonists to the British
King was the oppression growing cur of
the assumption of this power. Th--y
sail, "Ile has kept among its ut t mos of
peace, slit id tug armies, without t to con
sent of our rAzislaturer - w...ing is
1 ...,%02 pc. illlel/1. la Elie ease in point.
— lie has affected to render the military
independent of, and superior to, the 6%11
The alleged authority for the use of
troops, at our State elections, is derived
from the tenth section of an act of Con
gress, approled 3lav 31, IS7O, entitled
-Au Act to enforce the right oh citizens
of the United States to yule in the s.leral
States of the Union, and for ut her pur
poses," which authorizes United States
marshals to call to their assistance, "such
portion of the land and naval forces of
the United States, or of the militia, as
may be necessary to t h e performanet of
the duty with which they are charged.
and to insure a faithful observance of
toe fifteenth amendment to The Constitu
tion of the United States." But it must
be a forced construction of this law tl.at
will justify the presence of armed nation
al forces at our places of election when
no necessity exists therefor, and wher e
their presence is calzulated to provoke
collision. With a good President, the
exercise of the power referred to might
have no injurious results, but in the
hands of a bad man, governed by person
al ambition, it might prov.) excvflingly
calamitous. Unconsciously a good Presi
dent might be induced to ploy it we-
.'. •,. _ employ it wrong
fully ; a bad one would be almost certain
to iie it for his own advancement. Un
der any circumstances, in my opinion, it
is unsafe, and antagonistic to the princi
ples that should govern our republican
institutions. At the last October election
United States troops were stationed in
Philadelphia for the avowed purpose of
enforcing the election laws. This was
done without the consent or event the
knowledge of the, civil authorities of;
either the city or the ,State, and without
any expressed desire on the part. of the
citizens ; and as far as can be ascertained,
without existing necessity. Prom a don
scientious conviction of its importance; -1
have called your attention to this subject.
A neglect to- have done so might have
been cqustrued as an endorsement of a
measure that meets my unqualified dis
approval. The civil authorities of Penn
sylvania have always been, and am still,.
competent to protect its citizens in the
exercise of their elective franchise, and
the proper and only time for "United
State military forces to intervene, wilt be,
%then the power of the Commonwealth is
exhansted and their aid is lawfullyPre
The celebration of the Centennial:
Birthday of American Independence. is
exciting much public attention. It will
be all important era in the o history of the
nation. Congress has already agitated
the subject, and will, doubtless, soon take
action in relation thereto. The place for
this great occasion should not boa ques ,
lion of controversy,-. No ether. could be
so appropriate as Philadelphia. Around:
the Hull Of Independence chatter all the
brightest memories of the, eventful period
to be ccnnutemetated.. :There C.kingress.
met; there the historic bell first prdelaim.,
ed "liberty throughout all the land-Lam-to
all the inhabitants thereof;" =thane tfie
Declaration of Independence was'..tirst
rromulgaetd, and there should he the
national celebration of the onm,latindieth
anniversary. of the iititioo. - existelim
in conclusion, it is my sincere desirei
*that wertiateollivatelthemirit txif gran
-futteeranke, lt indiums an tinnily,
and unite in constant efforts to promote
the public gu96l...and general prosperity.
t. • JNO. IV. GEARY.
IltEcu - or, CHAMBER. T
Jtinuary 4, 1871.
.41kr . Tie failure of Governer Warmo4th
to send his message to the Legililatrirelir
I.,o'sana, at the usual time, is attributed
to the fact that a portion of the mann- - 1
sript of the messa ge , was stolen from his
pocket, and he had not time Ri:te:writis
it. The Radicals of this state would
would have stolen that „portion of Gov
ernor GearriVriiiiiiifielielitink to the use
of Federal troops _elections—
ot punts uointp lixcctprg.
Tao lines. in this Directolv, ono gear, 41.450 L
each efeitlifion9l fine, 50 el.,
O. M. H Alt [Xi". Aeent fee• empire, Sewing , Machine,
and American Hain Darning . hiocc, Alain invent,
W. L MOSS it CO . Dealer. In Dry tlood..Dat•. Cam
Booth and Shea,: nml (thoetalliertiondloo. on Math
gime. smold duct:below thelipiicopal Church. •
ONION HOTEL, kept by WILLIAM SMTTIE on Main
otrect,near the Depet.—•
MCIIOLAS frITOE'STAREII. Agent for Lefferg drrnble
Tnrblne. - Bert water PI bea..l In nee. Eatteractlon
W. A. lIRAD, fronndry. and dealer In Mary nod other
utenPflo, ono door from Phfuney'e Ikeel, Slain St.
v. F AINIIRR. Carriage Piker and Undertaker, on
halo Street, two door• below Hanley's Store. •
IfcCOLLUM IMOTIIEHA. Minders Grocerfai and
Proof..lona, on Main street.•
IL GARRET k SON. Deniers In Flour. Ferri. Mn.!.
Soh, 1.1n.m. Velment. (Ironerle. and Prue'Manx on
Aln In Strung. Oopuultrl Ont MOM.
W. & T. TIATORV. stann•netnrnn of flgnrs and
Wholesale dealers In Yankee Notion• and pane,
Goods. on Mons Street. below. Episcopal Church. •
MOSS de R 3 I.r. brathrr Manufacturers and dealers
In Morocco ifindlnis, dc., near Ttplscopal Church.
AINET It A TI)EN, Deniers In Oren. a n d Medici:tee.
and Mannfaetnrer. of Cigars, on Main Street, near
W. STEPIffiNS. floror Monitor nnitCnfollißßVairin
on Main Surct, .o.ntb of thr brit gr.
I. DICKERMAN..In Drnler In crneral myrrh:indite
nod Clothin, Brick :gore. on Main Street.
Wlllf 11.1. .t Dcalere In gtneralMerchnndloe,
On Main 4trect. •
L. Manoforinror of Loothor, and denier
In goneral Morchondlot, on Main Stn-et •
IL P. D /II IV, 31,rsbant T. 1110( sod dealer In Bendy
Made Clothing, Dry Clouds, °rotative end Provisions,
Ettiln W mut.*
❑IRAN WIIITE. Nlnnanctnrer of and dealer In Paper'
or 1Mon• and Ca►lfuge.
EDWARD.; B. nitr.txr. 31.nnfeetarers of Wagon,
end oleighe, uo, the 10g416' blur,
TritlIELL. Peeler In Prep*. 31•111elnes. 1.1
%eon, I.4lute, Oils, Dye St.-. , Iruteelee. Jeurlry
: , ,,11"er, rte. [Pry, 91, 'TO
WEBB & (JERE. Nmes °Mee. and dealers In Grocer
lea and Provkion4. Crockery. etc., Public Avenue.
JA]lFs F. CARMALT. Aitnm•y~ at Lau. Office our
Jour below TArboll 'loc.. Public Aveuur.
Kitt. A COOPER A CO finnlter.. Bell Forch;:n
ea:. T:, b le, .1,0 Drat', on E Irt land Ind
.1. R. F LETCIIKICH Kstioc Satan, In the place to go
la• erenm, Oygern and Clams. In every Otyle. On Main
STIt01•1) a rTrovvs. Cr, run! Flrr Arel.ifu t u ..or
not, Alon 14: Itnitru.td and Arcutont Iraq
to Sew Yurlr. and PhiladellAtirt. ui co uuc dour coo
- --..rtr , ..st - tr. ,, rtirr:lllo 6 nrinte hnB Seir frig
chine , Ary,t. Public Arentir •
lir R;CS N ICIIO the place in g ltrnz. Ind
Clzur4. Tohoecn, Pocket•nook+, 2.lprettl
clr.„ Vatilaca lotion.. Sc. Public Avepar.
L COX. Horner., maker and rimier In all stetieleo
usually kept by the trade, opporritc Ore Dank. •
W.M. It. EPITV 4 Ca. Dueler. In Storer.. II tedgrare.
and U rorrfactriren of Tin And Sitectirou rare. corner
of Male end Torispi.ke street.
. 1 . Ti. MaRSII, Merchant Tailor and denier in
Cloth•. Teintrnlnt!, And Fnentehlnta .”0
A ,reh t. for Aittrptr Swains , Machine, on Main Street.
F Plain hut
A. 24. isuLl.mcn. nenler In Orore.lro.
Siutrunery and Yttukt Nvtlisite, at hem! u
T. MrOltS & CO, De.ilern In Store, Ilartlwarn
Arrtwltnrnl .mplrtarist.., Flour and 1l rocrr•rs, oppa.
dte Tn 0,011 llouf
R ‘Y,I+FORD S ?IITrIILEI, !ivory aud Ezell:m.lr
Sable. ill roar of IL.nk
I . rz DgwITT & cn .. Pella r. In Dry not.els. Hard
IT arr and guiterAl corner. u,.nr Brick
dairy Llat—Janitary Term IS7I.
raAvrase. rrnotts-2d week. •
Auburn—Elisha Lyman, Mince C. Tubbs.
Bridgewater-t-Zebina Sprout, George Friuk
Brooklyn—Lyman IL Tiffany.
Choconitt—Samuel T. Lee.
Dintoek—Gra. Stevens, Charles Risley.
Friendsvillt—Bartin C. Ration.
Forest Lake--Cbauneey W. Perkins, Samuel
D. Cannel, Milon Birehard,
Great Bend Bortx—Geo. IL White, Cyrus W.
Great Bend tp.—Bncts Stoddard.
Harmony—Henry C. Bross. •
Ilarford—Geo. W. Lamb, James IL Hotchkiss'
Jessup—Wakeman Boothia, James B. Me-
Kerby. . • -
Lenox—Santnefil. R. Grow.
Mortitairti--,43ainuri IL Bo,r.rs,
Middletown—George L. elLs.
New Milford- 13Oro, Williant T. Ward, Joel
Now Milford V.—Beaty C. Mosley, Orrin
Barrett ; Elliott Aldrich, Dennis shxy. _
Springeille—James Hasson, Edward S. Brand-
Busq's Oepot--iTirtiothy Boyle, Wm. C: Frith.
Thompson- , --MetTlek T. Whitney, George W.
IRA rP.u.sx JURORS --33(1 svet.k..
Althorn—John F. Carlin, Daniel 0. Cooley,
Charles Gay, Lafayette Safford.
Brooklyn-,Wm Pitt Bailey. .
Bridgewater—Wm. I), Faucher. Carter Smith.
Choeonat—Len is Chamberlin, jr., Amos
Haub. • '
Cilifurd—Arnokl Green, lllrtun Slovens, Olney
Rounds, .Wm. 11.. Haabrook, Jacob Stevens.
Dimock—Biram C. Conklin,, Alan. Shay.
Dundaff = Jolin Riverdiurg.
Forest Lake—Wilson J. Terrell, Will. A.
Great Bead Born—Ell Wilcox.
Great Bend ti ) :: -- /''rancill 13 -J 3 = 1 ; 24
Herrick—Citaa, A Giddings.
Ha:font—James C. Edwards. •
JessuP7rWni. • Wheelock. ,
Jackson—Truman W,, Clinton, Franklin Bry
- Lennith-JontithilnHitttiA - • ". '
Nciv-3111forti--Ilarucc Llttln, liouier.Tingld3;
Chu. A. Sunamens,: ,
1311V . cr J r :3lreker, Wm. 11. GaCe.
Springville—Cluirlei M. Breda.
Stlsq . e. Depot --Inleraitn.L. cur, Urnylki• 4-
013, Gavid!A, Lyon& - - •
•r i •
PABBLP“' SPECTAOLES—ibin ., c6ITN ,
.. , !§PQNSpaocke4.oCboir Mr•fle by .
:Tux . 70.
. rh ;W: s 6 t y, ;
'Mumma be WSDNIIIIIIIOMT WOllllllllO. A? Ireinitsie
. atragossiAsa.dCocrarr, Pr., aT
Alp ilitizsxtrai to uiaaas—oa SW rem arlaus
Elates of Advertfoinic.
Three-fourths Inch of space. or less. 'MU a spasm.
ontarirsrek rice or Vm
$ 1C —
mo. - 4 1.26-4 ma. 51.601 fnocs4 l o.rl year: al,
One-eighth col.. 1 coo, WO; 3 mo. 5460; Isom $12.00M
)car,Cao ( l.
1 year. VIO.
lbw c^klmn•-int9 , 41 1 0/9; anso.,pixt ; II me. MX:
I year. 357,00. 5 J.. ni , .'.3 tl 4. kr try ..
One column. I con frZ.OO : 3 mo. $ `l3; lon. vams ;.
Auditor @ Mottcoo. 82 50 ; Executory aid Admlshetrs
to no • Notice.. Al fininianlattcco of Bathed or
Individual lotero._losto_por OtrIOT7 Notion,
etc per line. , ..alarrUgolottd tlafttitlfiiicei tree.
Job 'Printing 4z.Ccut.Ft!,treati7,stotyttitmui tt
Deeds. Mortgiges,. Netee, plusticce, Comlables"
School sea otherblankifoilite.-- - `
tvEVir ToIIKPIZODUCE aunitiom
Corrected weekly by _Williams 'ilbdstion. 21120
Fulton St., New York. • .
Weiek:enduag Jan. -7 1 10i1:
Turkey., per lb. ' . '......":'.18 to 20 1
Chickens " ...„,.....-_,..............-u4gto IEF
I ieesc " , - illa to 1Z
Ducks .... ............ ... .16 to 20 0
Butter, pail iv, • 1,4, 40/40 2
" firk1n......... ............... . 304t.87
Cheese, dairy, per lb . - ' 18014
" factory •' , ''- .. --roals,
Eggs, per doz
Flour, per barrel i. 75610.45.
Corn meal, 100 lbs. .... 2-29. 2 0 ,
Wheat, per bushel , . 1.20441.50
Rye .. '' 03441.00
Oats " ••• .. r-.. , :; 151e56
Corn • " ~ . .804490
Hops, crop of 18 . 70 16(03,0
Beer, sides, per lb ........ ............' 104%14
PotatocC pry bb, 1, 1, , ,,.. 71 .....9•• A A?r ... ! . .4.4 1614
Palo* ' .. * 144121
Or - Spread She Trerb.--Scove •mediadaara
vista that It In undignified to advertisearosnedy,hosorver
valuable it may be. Queer reasoning this. It Is (Ike
main:: that an Reticle a bleb the werrhiL
should be bud In a roreer— that' liatellis * and'hlesiitigs
may be too widely dirffneed—that the meats at preteri
tes and restoring health , deaelbt.-beer. cloffeAtteaelpelYe
and not acme-sible to ell. The err:Lineal la. had. It la
worse than that; It Is internam. Suppose . Uttetetite*
Stomach IlitteraL-an absolute epeelite
fi ler dliPriefa.
bilionencsa and nervous debility—toineete bed' lita 0111 a
beyond the repertoire of the faculty. what would hare
been the consequence t Instead of Curing sad Wagged:
ling millions, the good deem* of the prepotaUsalercodd
have been confined to • comparative few. Mites Ia the
highest authority for saying that light ahoulditoi hethEl
under a bushel; dud whatever Is ereerierit ebonid be
Waned ten sty on a bill, trimmed Men an tali* ceol
- of ft. It lv upon this principle that the bitters
Acre been adrttrtired and tout'tatte to be advertised la
h v e7t to i rere, folf ofttuallTilePspontaanneoe.ne' the- 'lily
Its fat or hove been translated Into all wetted laccelgre
Thousand. enjoy perfect health today arbo.ar.ll.l.l*
ko , g.olsislete o j beds of sickness If the newspapers had
not spread the troth with retord to this unequaled link ,
and corrective lar,and wide, ~ d appaao ygyealt boa
he.. reap e d from this pnialleity TO that any erguserat
notion tit If ibequablio [maids tuvaban protected
lives hare been eased: If the feeble bare been atrength.
enek and the sick restored, great mediate been ...acme+
pth-bed • and plisse 14 , •11241/ GO VIVO/ to exclaimer that
directed their fair reward)—Jan.
er Those who ire mirk.. sr Adline4 wltb any
chronic clttlical.y. itinuld without. &Ls, write fear Dr.-
11.mlliou Ncr, Tr..at 1••• 'ell' free To any kddren,
It. LEONID/0 h 1 AM I LT03.11. D.,
P. O. Ma OA thw
Prcifnesars buctuwan • Dawn of tbs Annie=
Untrarefty, aro making iremderful an*
of (knew; Tanners and Ineent by tbebr
new dlaxmay• A pakten tnarnain t.. l7 **
knifes no plasters, no =Ma
The mast roma', • •
at, el effect, CANCERS. ler MI • y,
rates tb• obembna elements of caneerner • •
_ „frotat s elvlzlzsl, ,Lltta.df&
filetetri "" ain talk= the linnnweew 7lneanan a Delll4-
untrnsity ; ar actdreak No. 614 Me Street. Pbflana.
1 1 19 - Gettlnc NI rrlrd for Torn 141..n.5t
the tient:tor of horn, ontl thr pnwirty ttr borroptiety
g*44 , 444 mrirri.ll. willtrottottstry help f.r i/o e..
fey? Ui.fll , i•ci or htutrlmonial hm Pplorso. test In.*. In
**-0.4 Atlorev..lll.lNr.ll2l/ ALIZOCUTIOS
r4r,13/ownaborte Alt.ole Moroni aleadin.
and Ler!"11 ter k CO3IIX67LCIAL NeTTreel —The FlWeft,
of Lb Inatittof-n sten to br very ihor"aoli to thoir.lo
•trtooroo.ktt no leak • earriblly after noe bealtit.•oofir
norm and morale of the atudente.
.Ipply for Cettelup;c• to lIEYRY C ARNIM; 'A: M..
Sept. 28— ty Pdattpat
Cyfice, - 72 0 ..-
111 C OX & Gib '..
Chestnut ' •
8 , Street, ,
EWING .11ACHINE , .
I give my hearty prefetencirlo 'the '
Wilcox dr. Gibbi Silent Sewing Machina."
" The weight of reliable evidence being `,
overwhelming for that ortheWilleaz &Cif&
Silent Sewing Machine, I decided' upon ft„`
procured it, and am more than satisjfed."
" I have the Wheeler es Wilson. theGscorei •
& Baker, and the Wilcox' & Gibbs Bearing .
Machine in my familyi. /we thelWilsiks -
di Gibbs mast frequently,: thinightg ktur
superior to either of durethers."
M. If !awry Wwittr ' •
" My was meat :not. 10:111.-W
Hachure el =yak: laic% ass OA=
must receive it on Conefilionet errn! i g °Oho •
Willcox °Mhz."' -rs • -
Rev. GLlTtze QtAn tir_
"The Willcoz &Gibbs is theotdyileirliur
Machine whose workingis wawa solaimpiert , an
that I could vesture to Lambs* It;litto
Syria." , Rgv. A. T. rim •
• Mtadonari lizaestain
" We have used various Sewing 36ri
within our family,, but it :la the intasisesa._ _
opinion of the household, that the lillieos ~R
a Gibbs is the beat of them all."
Bt v d-
. . •
. • B rookly n. .4 ••• :
"For simplicity tad umettaniadiusgmay bs r:
of ametracuon, I have seen DO Sewing
Machine equal to the WilleccritGibbe- , -----
, ,• • Ewen. Lativis,, . Li
Of the Penll37lmol4 SUlcr
earl the '
o f A =
• r ,R , ,,# , •:47"?.?friFt
720 chant mouth PlOglitliiiinro.f
Dee. - .
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3 4 . • 7 ): 1 ;. - z.4 ".
EQUICTIO ittISIPLIV '& tlr&CUktilkO I;"
' _ •
..-' 'f' ' 1 . ''.... ~.V i ;) ilfithil:tirli
04hro ht torort.etanal .crate. t o t e e citizen. of aureo
aid itlPloingt;tulaticow Waco Ato Mx- to.sWeooklma.
'*hopped:' ra. - • Willte , ht Mootrote Friday Otesth - vittek.
ROothil :attention- ChM*. 1 firer.tizatuottOf:a
Inseam.. Those haviqg IAIIOI iie.,p)., tette/41pin f
trpatmeit otollottitT tr&yoltbut4Ore otpeetall'elovhat.'
to era two trIAI, OkOcoligrzlectiAli 004 4 1 41 , 147te
have Imptild - anccelutfutfr, p_orno' o
_ktitt won! langO
AuontorptlamrScittobtAiVal&okNa YlP : e . i'voimi., '
..ftt VilooPPoooto-, ,„f_ t.....it,, v 1 ; aii ii r i t ilt .4l. A sa
Mints When to gottrarmtrmannottlct 0.
4 CisllMPlPßOMPlNlFOrtrillendg*t .at 5..?
~ 24 cisme gm. emu atipsi.. .. 4. ~.,. -t., I
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