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TCESDAY MORNING, NOV. 7, ISM.
State Elections To-Day.
Elections will bo held in the States
of Maryland, Massachusetts, Minneso
ta and Wisconsin for GoTcrnor, State
officers and Legislature ; in Jsew York
for State officers and Legislature ; in
New Jersey for Governor and Legisla
tiire; in Mississippi and Virginia for
Legislatures, and in Illinois for Con
gressman at large. With the excep
tion of Maryland and Virginia the!
prospect arc good for Republican vic
tories ia all these States; while even
in Virginia there is a probability that
the Republicans will gain several
members. The Kopul leans are mak
ing a plucky fight.
Proclamation- of Governor Geahy
commenting the obpeiivanoe ok
TnANKsaivixu Day in Pesxsylva-
llAnuiSBVRn, Oct. 28. Governor
Geary has issued the following procla
His Excellency the President of the
United States having by his proclama
tion set apart Thursday, the 30th of
November, 1871, as a day of national
Now, therefore, I, John W. Geary,
Governor of Pennsylvania, do hereby
cordially commend to the people there
of the observance of the same as n
duy of thanksgiving-to Almighty God
for our State, national and individual
biCsVmgs, and of prayer for the con
tinuance of His gracious favor.
As entirely as may bo possible let
business pursuits be suspended. Let
'is spend the day in religious worship,
mid in such sacred communings and
festivities of the homo circle, and so
eecuro its pleasures and perform its
duties, as to make our hearts more
deeply sensible of our obligations to
rd and our fellow men. " A hoso of
Pr,lise E10n-'lh 'e." "He that
u .l"v upon the poor lendelh unto
the Loni,.n( .1,.. Kuni. ha bmh rriv.
en will lie ph?lVqflgain .,
Oiven under my uvd and the great
acal of the State at rw,rrisburg this
tweutyV.xth day of QcUt t)e
year of our Lord one thousand ejgi,t
hundred and seventy-one, and f the
Commonwealth the ninety sixth. X
Jons V. Geary.
By the Governor :
Secretary of the Commou wealth.
A rigorous charge is being made
by the government ulong the South
ern lines to rid the country of the
remaining relics of rebellion the Ku-Klux-Klan.
No rood ritirr-n milt
complain of this, and if the means re-
Oriea 10 Bre linrpn nnrl sncoro if .....of
- i, 1 W IUUCI
not be forgotten that the end in this
case will justify the means used, if this
terrible order of out-laws shall be ut
terly destroyed. Peaon ran noi-nr
come to the South, until this band of
desperadoes shall be broken up, taught
the power of tho nation. It appears
that tin amount of promises, orentreat
ies will accomplish this desirable Te
nult, while the cries for help are con
tinually reaching Washington from
nearly every portion of that distracted
section, cries of loyal men and women
and children for protection from tlw
cowardly attacks of disguised, armed
men. The diabolism must be "topped,
if it shall require the life of every
member of the hideous order. The
Unionists, white and black of the
South, must be protected in their
lights, and to this end we trust Presi
dent Grant will use every means with
in his power. Tho country will en
dorse his every effort to enforce law
and order, when it shall learn the full
tale of woe and suffering which called
for protection. I'itUburgh Gazelle.
A terrfble and probably fatal rail
road accident occurred at Miller Farm,
this mornuig, by which our townsman.
Mr. II. H. Chapman, Superintendent of
the Claremont farm for Mr. D. O. Wick
liam, had both legs cut ulf und will
pnbably die. The particulars of this
sad affair appear to bo as follows: Mr.
C.wasntaiid ngon the platform in front
of Brown's hotel, engaged in conversa
tion with another gentleman, when the
0:30 u. m. freight going north pawed,
moving at a rapid rate of speed, j
Wishing to make the train ho ran !
along the platform until nearly iu front
of the depot, when he made a jump for
the platform of the caboose, catching
tho railing with his hands but failing
to secure a fooling was thrown back
hi body resli.ig ou the platform and
both legs across the rail, the wheels of
the car parsing over them, cutting off
one below the knee and the other one
a short distance above the knee.
The train was stopped, and the unfor
tunate man taken ou board and carried
to Titusville. Physicians were called,
who dressed the wounds, and it is un
derstood have some hopes of saviug his
life. -I'd. Ceix. litcord, 2d.
The celebrated breach of promise
case, between Mies Mcliride and Mr.
Wagner, which was tried ot Franklin
last summer, and created great inter
est, will come op during the next ses
sion of the Suj.ieme Court iu thisciiy.
It will be remembered that tho jury
jrare the lady something over three
thousand dollars damages for broken
heart. Mr. Wagner now brings a
counter suit on a writ of emit in the
Supreme Court. Tho briefs are being
pruned for trial, which will probably ,
reopen the whole case. lKtbburgh j
vr. R. DUNN . .
To be Repeated.
When Harry White was held a prir
oner by tho rcbe's, the Democratic
p;riy in tho State Senate took advan
tage of the fact to prolong its organ
ization for weeks, for no other purpose
than the gratification of a sordid hope
of being able to rest a hrc of the
oflicers of thai body from tho Repub
licans, to whom, as the majority party,
they were justly entitled. Just as soon
as Gen. White could resign bis seat as
a Senator, an election was called, the
vacancy filled by. a Republican, and
the majority were able to proceed to
bulsness. If tho Democracy had been
controlled by magnanimous or honora
ble feelings, the Senate could have or
ganized the day it met. Hut in all
this our opponents are deficient, o
that the State is most likely to be dis
graced oca in by a repetition of a strug
gle similar to that when General
White was held a prisoner by the
rebels. The death of Senator Council
has created a vacancy which must bo
hi led by a special election. It is the
duty of the Speaker of the Senate to
call that election. Why docs he hes
titnte now and quibble as to his right
or duty to issue his warrant for such
special election ? Simply because Mr.
Council's death leaves the Senate a tie,
and the hope is cherished of forcing
the majority into sharing the officers
of that body. There is nothing to sub
serve but this grccl there is no pos
sibility of vindicating a principle
thereby, and in order thus to pander
to the corruption of a defeated faction,
a shameful disgrace is in preparation
for the people, and thousands of dol
lars of public money will hi wasted.
We want fair men and tax-payers to
pouder these fuels. There is no good
reason why the special election to nil
tho vacancy in the Fourth Senatorial
district should not at once be called.
It is demanded by justice and a due
regard for tho success of legislation,
and those who refuse a compliance,
standing on a shifting and weak tech
nicality, will be held responsible for a
reckless disregard of a' sworn duty.
These are facts which the people will
not forget.-owre Journal.
J. II. Luther & Co. hare pur
chased of E. W. Echols, Esq., the va
cant lots on Buffalo street, adjoining
the Untou School House property, on
which they are now erecting a machine
shop, foundry and blacksmith shoo.
The machine shop fronts ou Buffalo
street 80 feet, and is 30 feet ia depth
The blacksmith shop adjoins the ma
chine shop on the west and is CO feet
long by 50 feet in width. The foundry
is located back of the blacksmith shop,
and is 40 by 50 foel. Between the ma
cVino shop and the blacksmith shop,
and ngino house, 22 by 20 feet, is to
The foundations for all the buildings
are about completed, and the frame
work ready to be put up. The loca
tion of these shops is excellent, being
near the line of the J. A F. Railroad,
from which a track will be run into
the shops, rr.akiiic it convenient for
stiirjptng and unthippiug tt Heavy
tunteriala user in aooh usuthlishlneuts.
A large force of men are at work
erecting the buildings, and they will
be completed and the necessary ma
chinery placed in them as soon as pos
sible. Venango Citizen.
The following items are taken
from the Titusville Herald of the 31nt
A teamster residing on Meguiro
farm, Church Run, was yesterday af
ternoon run over by his wngon, the
wheels crushing his right arm, fractur
ing both bones. Dr. Hunter was im
mediately telegraphed, and proceeded
to his assistance. The bones were skill
fully set, and the patient is doing as
well as can he expected.
Mr." William Van Ulrich, while
standing at the door of his residence
on Spring street lust evening, was sud
denly, and without warning, violently
assaulted and felled bleeding and
senseless to the pavement, by a terrible
blow on the head with a champagne
bottle in the l ands of a drunken indi
vidual and total etnuger. He is pain
fully, although not (hingeroutdy injur
ed. Want of snarft nrevciits "fori l-nr
comment to-day. I
Slicide. Cyrus M. Parks, a well
knowu citizen ofSheakleyville, Mercer
county, died on Wednesday evening of
hist week from the effects of injuries
itiflii ted upon himself on the Friday
previous. He stabbed himself several
times in the necK, and also attempeted
to hang himself, his neck being discol
ored by the rope. Financial troubles
c.iuseed the rash act, as he had become
surety for several parties who were un
able to pay. Lonnettutvule Courier.
Acciie.S"I.--A man name unkiu wn.
hostler at the Alpine House iu this
place, on r-nltuiJav morning met with
an accident which rolled i:i iho
breaking of one of bis legs. It ap
pears tiiat he whs going up the stairs
in the baru for the purpose of giving
the horses some hay, and w hen part
way up his foot slipped and he fell to
the bottom of the stairs. He was im
mediately carried to a room iu the
Alpine, ami Dr. W. B. Hurtiuan was
called upon to set the injured parts.
Wo learn that he is getting along as
well as could be expeeted tuider the
circumstauces. St. Mary't Gazette.
We are informed that Mr. Samuel
Tr-y, Sr., of Uuion township, this
county, ou Tuesday, October 17th, shot
two full grown wolves,in that township;
and ou the 2Uth of September he caught
one iu a trap thus capturing three of
the.-e vicious "varmints" in less than
a mouth. The neighborhood is well
riil of them; as ut(y had become quite
hold and annoying. We congratulate
Mr. Troy on his success in capturing
such formidable gapjo. ((fttvuin't
Relief Committee. .
At a meeting of citizens of Forest
county held in M.E.Church at Tionestn,
motion of M.W.Tate a committeo con
sisting of Dr. Winans, H. II. May and
M. Eins tein, was appointed for the pur
pose of soliciting aid for the sufferers
by tho great fires in tho Northwest.
At a meeting of said committee M.
Einstein was appointed treasurer for
We do hereby send you a petition,
asking you to do for those who have
suffered so severely in life and proper
ly. All funds should s bo sent to M.
Einstein. A statement of the amount
of mouey and goods received will be
published. As winter is drawing near,
thecommittee requests that the amount?
bo forwarded by the 10th Nov. 1871.
By Order of the Committee.
The Chicago Tribune cautions
Eastern merchants against trusting
irresponsible Chicago dealers who nre
availing themselves of the sympathy
of the people to obtain credit which is
likely to be abused. It says that
many such men have rushed to the
East proclaiming that they have lost
heavily by:the fire when in fact their
creditors have been the real sufferers.
Our merchants, however, are usually
pretty well informed as to the character
of the men to whom they sell mer
chandise on credit, ana are not very
likely to tie imposed upon by sharpors,
It is said that if a pufT of air
were to be blown into a vein of an
animal, death would instantaneously
follow, because circulation would bo
stopped. The blood makes tho entire
circuit of the human body every seven
minutes, and whenever this circulation
is impeded or any of its channels are
clogged by impurities which ousrht to
be carried off, disease follows fever
or a disorder of liver or kidneys, or
scrofula, or dvspepsm. To get at and
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Mall Train, 1.P.0 a m , Fast Line, 12.12 a
m ; Well's aceomniodatim No. ljtt.20 a m
Brinton aciMinniodatioi No 1, i.M) In;
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Homewoofl accoiniiKHliiion No I,0.5j p m;
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Brinton accommiKlatioc No 2, 1.10 p in J
Way Passenger M.'M jin,
Southern ox pre 5.2(! a tn ; rcitie ex
press 2.40 a m ; Walt's aicominodation No
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N 2, 11.51 am j Johnstown tccomniodation
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Wall aecoinmodation NA.3.05p in; all's
aeiHimniodation No 4, ftrfi p in ; Fast Lino
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