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borders'. fancy inks. etc.. with which , wnare prepared
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B. B. HAWLEY. • • \W. C. 'CAMBER-.
DEMOCRATIC COCINTY COMMIT
Pursaant to: call of the chairman. the
Demoeratio county committee-met, at. the
Tarbell House, on 'Monday last. ‘"Meet
ing was Called to order by the chalaman.
On. motion of C. C. Mills of D s linotlk,
Beebe,"of Bridgewate r; . was elected
secretary of the, committee for the.eniu
ing year.' The next business in order .
was the election of dele4atei to the - state
convention to' be held at Lancaster
March 220;1876. On motion of Win.
Harding of New Milford, H. M. Tyler,
of. JacksOn, 'was elected It , prese,ntative
delegate, and on motion of, P„ L. Fitih, of
- tom, was elected his colloague, On mo
tion of IL W. Tyler of tJacksOn, J. B.
McColltim esq., ot Montrose, was elected
Senatorial delegate.. subject to'conference
with . Wayne county. Other tnattc4s. of
iniportance were discussed ' l by the com
mittee and the tongue of good report
came from all sections. The , committee
were utianithously in llivor of retrench-
Ment and reform in every branch of gov
einmen4 in township, county, state and
dation and reaffirmed their determina
tOn to maintain those4rinciples,enuncia
ted by the last Demociratic counts con
tention of Susquehanna cliitity,believing
that the timed deman a yeturn to old
time economy as well as "honesty and
capability" in every public servant. On
motion of E. M. Tiffany the committee
adintirned to meet the first Monday of
BEERS, Es B. ri*WLEY.
Seeretary.;. ! , . I Chairman.
Although we are about s cuter anoth
er Prisidential struggle. the debaucitery
and frauds of the cutest of 1872 are yet
coming to the light,of day. .The trial, of
general Babcock at St.: L uis was bu
one of the sad sequels of th general poiitical ,
itical demoralization that . lprevailed •in
the last Presidential ca,mpaign,nd are_
batik failure in Lancaster eihibits. a
runnitig sore,of fraud. , Two of the lead
ing participants in
. the distribution of
false naturalization papers have quarreled
and, as it usual, the, falling out of rOgues ,
haSgiven the truth. The partieS are, nr.,
Cam. Mulilenberg, art . ittpt pupil of the
Camt-ron political • school. and Mr. J. W.
Jcihuson, the Republican , District \Attor
ney of the ' Old Giiard. ' Mutilenberg
publicly charges - Jo l hnson- with . actively
-participating in the distribution of false
papers, and Mr. Johnson has, thus far
deemed the discreti n' ofsilence the bet
ter- part of valor. A:s Mr. Johnson is,
charged \vitt) the - - proSecution of cmi
nals for the good peofilel of Lancaiter, it
can hardlybe, neces6ii him
. ( I
that if tile next grand jtill , don't present
oa,rn. lkinWentie-g and J. W. Johnson for
trial before a-jury Of their ceuntrymen
there must be Some hitch in the adminis
„justiceup that way.,.. Possibly
they might pktid the stat Ute of litnita.
tiou, but the p ? .,) , vetty I , of a District Attor
ney employing..-.4u01 a plea for his own
safely would beWorth giving him the op
portunity.--Phira Mites.. .. _ 1
Ge!). Sheridan sayi that if ,the pay of
army officers rednced,_the‘' very flower
ot them will resign. Wry *ell; let thern
reidit." , „ It..wall,be.nO trouble to All their
places witti equally good if not, better
• men nrin.a . redneed salary. -.We-used to
have quite aaefficicnt offlcers: when Lhe
pay and. I.y
allowances ritabout half what
they are. now, 'and . ..we do not rernemb4
that aip yof . :them -belonged t& Whiskey
.Ring. If Gen.' Sheridan fatimit, stand
lb Per cect,cff hit $ll,OOO and allowandesi
e per year, letj,hitu resig h 4, and kOback to
clerking. ` i. l3efOre ~ G en. -Richey got him a
place the army, be,., Wll9 . head clerk in
grOcery, store at Somerset Ohio,
4 the magnificet saltt,ry of,sere s itty-five
ceiAti a Week. If be thinlcs..that tht-re
any grocery. In the, conntry't hat, will pay
him over.; slo,o_oo . year for . vino', ''.up
stigat, ecire6, and `candles, its. Mm resi n
i3l:4i'4' , '"''''''''''' • '' ''''''''....
FOUR YEARS AND 0 MORE.
-• • •
In the course of a speech ,in the House
of Representatives, by. J. Procter Knott,
of Kentucky, in _ia_vor of limiting the
President to one teim ot four years he
:.The one 'all-sufficient reason , ' for Hui-
iting eligibility to the presidential office to
a single term is stated either directly or
inferentially in every. the of the utter
ances to which I' have called attention:
It'iS to be found, siry in the natural and
almost inevitable inclination of one in
posession, of an honorable and lucrative
ofqce to retain posession, and in • the
equally naturaL, aiad probable disposition
on his part under such a temptation to
make use of the tremendous appliances
untler bis control to perpetuate his ower.
It has heel' many and many a time re
marked that an incumbent of a goid fat
office seldom dies, and never - resigns
and, sir, it is true. There is scarcely
any thing else, within the'entire range 'of
human affection which under some cir
cumstances may nab?, surrendered with
cheerfulness. Friends, home, country,
and even bre itself may be given away
without a infirm'. , bat the disinterest
ed patriot once in posseSsion of a good
paying public offic% hangs. on to it with
grim determination and . a deathless con
stancy that would have-added a brighter
halo to the crown of a Christian martyr
[laughter] especially when , . his . salary-is
$50,000 a yar when hp is supplied'
with :and maintained in. astyla of luxury
of which Lucallna himself never dream
ed ; furnished; repaired ; and huated at an
annual . expenise of $25,000 ;. where • the
very air he breathes is redolent with *the
perfiitneof rare exotics . propagated
.tifty 7 thousand.dollar green house, mains
tained out of the public
. - Treasnry.at an.
expense of $5,000 an.num,[linghter];
an office 'in which he has , his writing
done*by a private secretary on a salary of
.$2,500 a year; Withan'assistarit secretary
on a. salary' of $2,500 to do the writing
of the private :secretary, [laughter]and
two clerks at $4,500 to do the writing of
the assistant secretary, [renewed laugh
ter]_; where he has a steward at $2,000
per :annum to purvey is table the
choicest Wines- and- - the daintieet.viands
that can either. teinpt.Or . satiate , . the: ap,
petite . .and when ht is allowed • . $6,000 a
year for'hooks, papers, . periodicals, 'tele
.graius,-. and "genersl contingencielo---.
What general c:intirsgencies may incluie
I do not know, but let ne thank God for
the contingencies, .anyhow [laughter].—
Why, IM,r. Speaker, •if the...children of
!troll sighed for the "fle sh the
leeks, onions and. garlic' and . o'h.er .beg
garly concomitants of. their. bondage in
Egypt,'what must be the emotions of a
sensative . and patriotic soul i on contem
plating a last,, long farewell to a.--salary
and perquisites like these [Laughter.]
Now, sir, I . ask gentleman _ who would
lengthen the !present term of the Presi-.
.dential . office - to go home .to their hoist
hearted, hard-working, '. over-taxed con
stituents and eXplain to them\if th..i can
why it is that four yeamare nor sufficient
lengt,h of time :for any one American
citizen to enjoy the luxuries I have men ,
tioned. . .
The rumor is now flying around:ata
lively rate that Pucker Schenk has resien- -
ed. -the position: of *Minister to. England.
•lt is r'eportedfroni Washington that he .
and Fish have been in telegraphic cur
' respontlance on that stillict. A dispatch
froth Lundon says, that Schenk's resigns;
tion has been tendered and aceepted: He
intends to remain, in London to answer
a•I charge that. - mtry be hroughtagaitist
thin respecting the affairs of - the Emiu3
mine s .. • For the honor of the country it
is kby hoped anit:this . report. is !rte.—
The Ainerican goviTnme \ ntbus been hing.
enoughicandilized by his retention in
office. Efis resignation should have been:
demanded long-no Once' more Presi
dent Grant has been \ Compelled to, recog-:
nize the force of. public Opinion, although
he held out fora long time... .‘.
The "Fast Mail," a hundred yeart.
is illustrated by, the 14 flowing official'
order which was published at that time:
"GENERAL POST 0 YFICE,
PIIII,- ' 4.I3ELPHIA ) 'February 14 1775.
"It having been very inconvenient to
persons concerned in trade that t he, mail
from . "Philadelphia to New:England"
sets out but once a fortnight during the
;winter 'season, _this is to give notice, that
the New England mall will henceforth
go oriel a week the. year around ; where
by the - correspondence may be carried on
and Answers o'3tained to letters between
Philadelphia sal Boston in three weeks,
which •usedkin the winter to rquire
weeks. By command of the Postmaster
\ In Negejtig.deeified at New. York
wits bell tbat=the individual liability at
,stocitholders . in= natiotutP banks is a
bility for all 'debts contronted by the
batik up to, tbe ainount of the par 'ialue
,of tlie4 stock that this liability 14 gen
erol - and oot iut pro two, Share Of debts.
If too 'much is eollecied the ourplus Can
be claimed by - the 'stockholders.
1 . 1:-,.,E,iiii,04ilirj'Etiiii01.:IrOtit-Troy--,c1:1 - 4t0t:
iiill;L':(inito'4,oi:' . u.Otil :4 .- :'.'.. t riiil rgb) - :' : :-0 0
':it' l3 - iib- . t:triiiiirid'ay;' . ':_:-. , _'. , : - : , :-'.',;'' - ='::, , .. - ... - :::',: -
TILE prito,Opavt_:.::ii.=.ll:4ACTE-_i..'3.1,t3PT6 • -'.-
The bard money and the soft Money
wings of the Republican party 'are alz
ready beating the air for movement in
achano3 course S. -, Grant, ConlOing and
Blaine stapd: by the
„financial Pdliey . of
last year. Morton his set up oppo
sition policy: in Thii‘ conven
tion that - declared for him for the •Preii
dency at IndianopOlie at the same,time_
favored the repeal of
_the resumption act,
By the 14th 'day of June; when , the na
tional convention Assembles at . cineinatti,
the breeze that 18' freshening tiow on the
.currancy,question may be such tornado
that it will swamp s the ship.
The rational ir` dernocratiC committee
Met at. Wiliard's hall, Washiiigton, on
February 22d. Ail . the members were
present with the exception of a few prox
ies. Augustus Schell presided. After
considerable diScussion as to the time of
the convention, and after listening to
representatiyes from different cities as , to
the place, it was decided that it, should
be held at St. Louia, on the 27th ofJune,
The supreme court of this state has de' l
cicled fir the case . of Gilbert Harris; appea
from the,common please of Philadelphiai
tbat "obstinate silence, laziness or Willa
neglect of household duties on the par .
of the wife do not constitute such crue
sud' barbarous treatment a under th
act of 1854 entitled .. a busbana to a di ;
. !!, , I
Walt Till the Eleetioakare Over!
The testimoniy oflilr. - J. W. Douglas,.
et-Commissioner of Internal ._Reyenue
in the trial of General . BalicOck contain : o
some eurions.revelations. - . ..The -President, •
the' Seoretary of the Treasmry .and the
Commissioner were all . agreed, We, ar.
told by .air. Douglas, as- to the existenee
of extensive, frauds in the .retrenue, seri
vices and the necessity of investigating
them, anti in order to 'facilitate fair in
quiry it was deterinined to_isaue'an °TM'
transferring super Visors froth one plat
to another :This. was: - based . upon th
the principle upon which DOnglas affeii
ward sentjoyee to California,, so that he
would not be an.. obstaalel tolthoinveiti
gation of his affairs in - St. Louis.: The
order of transfer was a wise Meastire, and
Ought to have been carried out at once.
But Mr... Douglas. coolly. testified that up- -
on nonsu'atation_ with &-cretiiry Bruton?
they,"coneluded to wait until the - . 141
elections. Were over. We ,waited:.' he said,
"and then`there were anuinber
: of Sen. - ,
atonal eleetions, and. we littcl .to.wait un=
til they. were over; then wei found thtt
we were in the midst of thelPresidenti I
election;'ind that was another.obstac4.;:
-after that we• arranged tO mike the
transfer's?" . . Here is startling news for
the peopl. EnOrmous - ,frands, amotuit
ing to millions of dollars.are corrimitted
by the Whiskey Ring. The President
.and . his nearest advisers - know of. the
facts, and are in duty bound to discovebr
and puniih these wholesale robbers oaf the
nation. 'But they refuse to do So. Thil
postpone ; the investigation three dins.
They wait till the :elect!ons : iire over, •
It is true that after the' elections S c-
reiary Bristow: prosecuted i these. frau ,
but the - fact ;is evident that before I
elections" the administration supprestlei
even the investigation. • The honor of th•
goverunient 'wti,..: degraded! to win • ht
electicii.for a party, and the revetta.B n
the people were 'allowed , to . ! be pit nde ei
to swot; the rrven ties of Stati.e'ciiytillit es
!We learn with grief and .shame ' that it
the opinion of the administration - it i
more important t' cArry an eleotion
to punish crime.. IS this the spirit lii
Which . the President's famous ordei
"Let no!gu,ilty , man escape," js to be n
terpreted.? It' would rather seem. , to be
"Let all; guilty-men 'escape till after th
electionti." ' Then ) after millions of (Ft]
lairs have been taken,' after States hiive
been won by . deceit,
been eleeted . who : - .would :'have }Pellicle
feated had the .people kilt!** the- triltli,\
then, Finnish the:-criminals !whom it• ivt,
necet.sary toprotect --before, Tha Prlesi
dent 'now clams- :that he revoked:ith
order to'remove ritsPicuiti froM the mi id
of the guilty' officials,' : iii order that t e
-.Wright be more - easily, detected; but. , l'
Douglai 1 contiadietti 'hirn i: and if th
'testimony of the -latter. : be true, the of
ernment'has committed a greater Mimi(
against the people;thki'n any with wlpie
'even the' Whiskey: Ring itself is charged.
.—Neu, Tork - Heltld: .- ::'• ". • :' ' i ' •
Co Iston At Sea.
Lotiiiox, Febiliarf 17.--717 he . Egress
Association furnishes the following: pie
steamer Franconia' ran' into the ste4tter
"Strath-Olyde, of Glasgow, off Doverlthis
afternoon, The boiler tif. the. Strati);
Clyde burst and she - sank immi , disitely..
Fifty tiro : of her prasengeris were drodened
five have been langed at Dover andifour
others are reported ,to have been E veil
The Strath-Cly.le, which sailed ''roin
London for Boinbay,jiad been, in to *vet.
-bay. to.,land her pilot. A's she was
lo out again,:about a iniile .frOu the
Admiralty pier, .She , was 'caught : ,by the
strong tide which turned . her bail to.
wards 'lhe southeast. Thestearner ?ran-
COnia, ;which was Contirat down - the; .han-
lid, ran into her, with great force , o i her
i Port qiiarter. ,The-Collision ecour,ed at
4.30 - P,11.. • Two •tn in titeS later war s the
Strai 6:Clyde exploded'. li nd the st ahrt
went :to the bottom. The'; Franiconia
"sviil3 bildlY (141444 bur ii,'•piiiifioht.i'lt is
thought that' all her. - -fpre-ccimpartment
Iplatea were carried away. Tiro-pigs im
imediotely took her in tow.. The')ceather
I was Clear and theses calm at:the: time of
the disaster; The life-b Oat - was
ilaunChed, but failed to reach the 'scene: in
time; to rescue any of the Strath-Clyde's
passengers or crew.
.10verthemepts New This Week.
- A ONE T .WANTED.
Persons wishing to invest , in Einsottehantia ,County
Bonds, in the prim of five hundred dollars OY mote,ean
do to by making' Arrangements with the County Com
missioners, on - Monday. the 18th day Of Sara, at the
Commissioners' office. The mdney received and
bonds issued on Monday, the 27th day„Of March.
' _ tsY ORDBit 1,1111
A 3 —al. B. ELDICID. t;lerk.
Montrose, March 1,1838.
F°' aiLE OR RENT.
g , A. lect:1112.11.0 ' a,lts:cil.
f: ,-, On. Liticoln Avenue:,
, . .
• • Montrose, Pa. 1
Stitt of lot. 9xlo rode,' with fruit end "shade tree"
well, i-barn, etc. Inquire of or address
- E. B. W ARNER,
Match 1..18'16tf. ' : - •,tontrose, Pc
101113:BLIQ SALE.` •
The subscriber will offer for sale on his premises in
Palr ale. atllo o'clock, a. ta" on
Wednesday, Marchllsth, = 1.
FV;jO yearlings, one two-year-old heifer, one sorel
horse, six )ears old; one cream horse. seven years old.
one brown horse, eight, years old, one bsy mare, one
two horse power thresher and cleaner. one lumber
waga none: platforni-spring wagon, nearly new. one
buggy', oue sleigh. one tet doable harnesa, one bingle
harn,,t es, one Wood mower, one breeding sow. two
shoats, one:, dog churn . y ewer. some !dairy fixtures. a
quantity of oats, wheat, corn, buck,wheat, hemlock
lumber. hay and straw.
T BRMB—AII sums under five dollars cash, $5 or over
nine:.imonths' credit' with interest and approved securi
ty. • ' T. P. MBBKEtt, an. & BRO.
' March 1, 1876w3pd. " M. C. Burrow, Auctioneer.
The subscriber having disposed of his farm knovitras
the John S Towne premises. In Purist Lake, will sell,
tit public vendue, on said premises. i
Friday. Itlurch leth •
at it o'clock. a tn..' the fol lowing property, to wit :
One:pair very fine matched bonito, 15 cows. yearling
bull; 10 to 15 tour hay. straw, 200 btpkbelA oats. onanti
ty of corn in the ear. quantity buc#wheat. putaroer.
lutner wagon two-rented cam ge; eels oonble bar
near, vet bob-Ai igha.nhifiletreer. neci,y4ike,one•hur-e
slehrh, wheel churn power. butter worker.bat rel churn,
S or 10 dozen milk paus.'nearly new; milk palls, lin'
bard mower. -Inuits wheel rake. irbn-beam ride-hill
plore, L. plow, cult Prator,revolving him° rake. harrow.
hay rigging, sit.ne boat, iron viae aid other Alder
too numeron,L too mention.
TERMS—An i‘lllllo of eve dullard arid under. cash.ov
er 45, six Mtnithe credit .nith Interest and approved
security. • , AMBROSE SPENCER.
March 1, 1875,,d. , . 9w2
TOWNSHIP NTAZKARI" of t - receipts' and ex
penditurce of Sllvvr Lake Town hip.
• 1 - •
SPECIAL ROAD TAX.
Amount diplicateo • . . L.. 1589 ' -
Overpaid th e amount of dttplkates • • • •
by the collectors... .....'. J. 34 4.4
Collector's percentage... 26 66
Ordure paid ' .
• - I 1F573.11
Amount duplicates. . . ... I, VW $ll
Collector's percentage f "
orders paid 1 x 93
Refunding order to collector on TO,n2
i, .. 34 43
Balance In Treasurer', hands • . .• --$2 ll
'noon TAX. I ' ' •
Amount dupliette , . .... ..... PO 2 8
uriXers pelt... R
- 150 96
pittance in Trearnrer's hand t $BB3 32
Ainount duplicate ....... . $lO6OO
Collector's pergratage.......... 5 SO
Orders paid 04 0(
Balance in Treasurtir i c hand 7.1 • 1116 70
BACK ROAD TA..I.
Collected 1 s9o' 9
Collector's perceotage.... "
1 .. $ 458
Orders paid . 1
1 84 17 • •
• 1. --,--• - ; ; 'TO
Balance In Treasirer's hand $ 209
• . CHARLES DELH AN' TY,
LORENZO STONE; Supervisors.
Silver Lake, March 1, 1876.
Having been reorganized under the firm, name, and
style of Susquehanna Contui Agricultural
. Works, limited', ' .
It.JEw ETT, Pres , . W. I. Coo U, I reas.,
D. SAYllx, SeerOtitry. •
re now prepared to thrnish, on t hort notice,
tattotiaig • .11gtats,
18 I CIRCULAR SAW MILP, TURBINE
And do all kinds of tail. and jot work promptly and
satisfactorily. at low rates. We umeant= and have
on hand a large assortment of ,
IP LOWS °I:II4'I:ZZ°
. I _ l CAULDRON KETTLES s!if different styles,
.ADJUSTABLE - BARN DOOR 111ANGINGS,
MEADOW . . ROLLERS, jBLACKSMITHS'
Foitogs POTS and GRATES, DOG PO W
.ERS for churning, One and Two HOrse POW
•ERS any TIIRE3LIERS, alba latest and best
• • patterns, •, !- •-
MobtroSe, Muth 1, 1.87ti,4-13nk. - • •
filAYhOli t il FAMILY -MRDIC I INSS.
Pain and Lameness re.ieved i 1 a Short time by the
use of Taylor's Celebrated Oil. The great Rheumatic
and Neural igic Remedy., This ;medicine isnot A' cure
all, but is warranted to cureimore of theails and ills to
which flesh Is heir than any oilier rued'cine ever Ms.
covered. Give it a trial; If yon do - not ilnd it so. it
costs you nothing. It, may boluSed wilh the utmost
advantage for any kind of Pain.itaineness. Wounds or
Bores upon Mall or beast. Will. not smart the rawest
wound or sore. Full directions for nee_ tirouud each
bottle. Ask your Merchant feria free viol,
No Pay. - . • •
Taylor's Cough Syrup or Expectorant. for all Throat
and Loin; diseases. Is very pleasant. to the taste and
contains nothing injurious. Try_ it, -anti stop that
cough and, take the soreness from your Throat and
I togs. Ask your Merchant fora free vial. No Cure—
NO Pay. . • •
TaYiorakTotiditlf,n PoUrders for all kinds of stock *rid
poultry. Wurrante i the best renpVatOr of the system
of run down ordiseased stock: +that has ever been :die,
covered. Try them for.all diseases incident to' the
brute creation. Directions . forl uso.ftrounit each pack'
age, MO Cure—No t'ay.
. All the shoves medicates for lids by - Abel Terrell - And
Burp* it Nicholt 4 or MOntroeurirind till lirititglinkinitl
Dealers throughout the eCnintt .
_ . ECM OWNING TAILOR
1 October /I
eW 4 uld cal l the attention of the Polle wanting
ANYTHING IN THE MARBLELINF
to 01nt-WORKS at
SUSQUICRA'NNA DEPOT, PA.,
gw - Being the only Marble Worts in the Coonty..af
An Work Warranted as Represented
YOU ,044 N SAVE MONEY
.clljtug on us.
Stugfa Divot, Pi., Aptill4. 1875.-Iy.
H. & W. T. DICKERS AIIPS
New Milford, Ps.,
: Can be found the Largest and beet as- :
: sortinent of gurnictire consisting' of
PARLOR, CHAMBER. DINING
ROOM, AND HALL .
to be found In the County, all new
and of the late patterns,
and will be sold very cheap for CASH. All goods
wsmunted as represented.
H.:& W. T. DjCILEMIAN.
Feb. 16, 1876.-4 m.
NSW STOCK 01 11
est received and for sale by
For mile li7
ALSO, ALL, KINDS OF
At the store of
For sale 17
Montrise, April 11,185.
Mani aetured, on exhibition, and for sale at '.
SPRINGVILLE OR MONTROSE.
koutiost, %far& le, 1875.
A GENTS 10t, elegant mt. Mir litoB.lnOtlilted,sute 9111
IX. for $4, or 20 for $1 Chromos of every description
Bw4 NATIONAI. CllllOl4O CO Phila..
AGENTS WANTED I Medals' and fittdomas Awarded
for lIIONLEISWAIr PICTORIAL pIBLES
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