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130YKIN ‘4 E 1. .lta., July 21.-.--aleueral - W.•,L
Daft in,. of "Jew& county, 'l,Torth. , fliroll;
_a Grant. Presidewia,l,- !elector in '187'2
and a - fine stump apeaker,. lifts AvelAred
for Tildeti . -aud gcnd.ricki,r
- k ,
Giatit Ought to.Expldn:'-:<
We are among those. who 'believe that
President, Grant ought AO expta~in to-this,
Christian nation why he :has ardoned
seven gaugers convictedoi ust
ofricialpOWeta to aid in ' ',.defttiti'
.61:the • United. States:-
pressed, twi) we,-ka ago, a fear that - the
whiskey . tiien would soon \be back' in'
power, The - pardoning of seven office:
holders, convicted by juries of 'defraud
ing the reventie,:lonits very badly tone-;
and.titkrp,tri,intiinittions - ::,.tha(the rest ti f,
Mr. Br stove's jail-birds will. soon he given
free wings.. The least
ers will involuntarily think, of
that campaign funds came in 1872 from
this . whiacev„ring, and questions:
How. can :the , Republidan arty; hope
to win with two candid4ea, txtper, soft
money, and Hayes, hard -
The Nei YOrk fioli a
promi;~ent ;ulali , c man in , the western
Dart of New York that fully 90 per cent.
of th6;Republicatis of that region.. who
voted for, Horace',Greelev, 1872,_ will
now vote 'for' Satritiel J. Tilden.. ,
Col. H. 0. Kent of NCw '
member of the. Liberal Republican -Na
tional .Conisuittee of 1872, has published
a letter 'iep4iliating the
,course of Ethan,
Allen and John' . :Cocbrane. Col. Kent.
declares for Tilden and. Hendricks.
.nomination T of Lewis Stewart-,by
the deniocrats of Illinois for Governor
Will Undoubtedly, bring shdcess to the
demociittic ticket in that state in Novem
ber. • Mr. Stewart-is also the candidate
of. the "independent" party.
. from Augustn4
that on, the: night of the 26th inst., a
colored constable of Hamburg, S. 0., at
temyted to arrest two negroes (charged,
with stealing. • He succeeded in catch
ing one, when the other fired at him, the,
bullet striking the negro In ca4tody and
killing him instantly. : Now. let the tail
of the bloody shirt wave in the northern.
We learn frOm thf. Isrew York Sun of
yesterday that. many. Germans Who were
formerly ardent . republicans; 'met- at 59
Ricington- street, on * IThuralay e vening
last, and, resoltieditO support,TiEen . and
Hendricks. ' .To make their influences
felt they organized an independent Club
and. elect e d.GUStav .
Frank Rodf nhurg, vice president; Col.
.Fred. Unbekannt, secretary, and H. Mon
tag, treasurer. . . I .
The , Tammany ratification meeting - in
New York laSt. night was au inipoSing
demonstration. Speeches were made - t)y
John 'idly, Charles A. Dana, Gen. John
Hancock, Ex-Govervor Walker and
. The Herald says . : Evidently the large,
crowd cameto cheer for* Tilden ad Hen
dricks. EVery allusion AO the ticket was .
received with vociferout i applatiSe.. The
Tammany men construed the demonstra
tion' to mean an endorsement of their
organizatiOn, hut it was evident that the,
feelings of the large crowd were .particu
larly aroused 'in the cause for, vihiCh thEy
came together—theindOrsethent 'of the
S. Louis - nominations. .' - . s '
Tammany hail was jammed with peo
plf. and it became necessary to orgahize
meetings in the streets outside.
, Mr. C. A. Dana, who presided at the
meeting, said: I I •
I have come to Tilinmany hall with
great pleasure to aid ih ratifying the nom
ihation of Samuel J. Tilden and rrhomas
A. Hendricks as. 'the candidates of the
deny cratic party. [ApPlanae.] In my
judgment it is of the greatest importance
to the people of this country that theie
candidLtes should be elected; and I will
•iiiti hands with any man who desires and
labors to assure their succt43. 'I knot
butit the candidates; a`tri lam sure that
by their election thel adrainistratAin -of
~ , vernment ::will , be
; . that
the ei`alltlptioli which now threatens to
deb. roy our free intifitutions will:b stOy
p,-(1; that the' enormous taxes ihieh eat
up the fruit of labor' Willi be reduced;.
that the stagnation of lindustry
tit-pressiOn Of business, which deprives so
many men of all ..employment antl - ,,tnrni
skilled laborers ind theit r fathiliout to
EturvatiOn y will-be ended, and an era of
ew activity and pro,sperity be begun for
th, country. The . republican party has
b en in power, for
whrre it has brought us and. where Whas
bri , uglit itself. .- One member of the cabi
titA is now under impeachment for bribe=
taking; another, more guilty,. but more
en n fling than he,
aid I hope thGocl he wtil'get hia,deserts;
another, lately - secretary of. the interior,
having committed grand larceny in his
office, resigned to- avoid impeOhment
and another, lately attorney general haY•
lug committ-d petty larceny, WW3 - firlitily
removed from his place through wcon
trmptibie social intrigue.' Such are the
of the ,repubhcan .party
in the heights of .power ; and going down
tiotn that, elevatiOn
,we 4d everywhere
Corruption,. venality, ntempt of law
and plunder of - , the t xilayers, One
,c4 c l
Witnia suppose that' the' decent "Men of
61101 a party' seeing its condition, would
be overcome by a sense lof 'shame and
woula require it to stepown and out,
to hide its ftiee and to the meni
or.;F'Orti but -nistuad of this it comes
forward:: . *i4t . canditlatt;s: arida platform
to ask for . ale :voles . of the'. people and to
make'a figtir. In .the z - The` stn=
pudence;_the effroutety -.:4-thiB::proceed•
irg excee4eVetything. - :,eyer lleardOf 1:43 7
fore and ' yet. the: - ,sanie
managers cirlio have litought
liaati party rittto this cOnthtion with Zi~clt
ChandlerH(hisSes) at. their head talking
about reforming the :civil service and 'r,•-•
Storing theearlier purity ref nur politics!.
Do they eiP.ect..anyhodv.to believe=thein ?
18,there - any 'Considerable number atiOls
in thA coun:tty can agah),4*deceived
bf-Such ;fraud ?, These . are questions
which. Ole election. will . answer, and ans
wer, as . .1 ; and 4.ust, by, putting
in PTrr7laPPlnuq l )4nd
establishin the §t, Louis platform its the
'character d.a. real, radical mid.' lasting,
reform (PrO.longed applause).,
WAsHIN9Tobt, July 29:—For some .
days ru'mor'shave - existed ' the--'ap
uointtneot 44f' Tyner . as :Postmaster
General' wit# to be followed' by,hUmetOuti
removals ;,' ; that: all.: officers of- the ,Post
office ,di'lparttnent who are • known as
friend's of Mr. Jewell were to be removed
. purtly Personal grounds.
utilica,n's would, not believe these 'stories,
and so they, were generally discredited. ;
Ikseems, however,-ithat there was good.
iotindatio*' , for the* rumors,.. and the
work of making the changes .has finally
begun . .....Goerge H. CoWell, of Water-,
bury, Conn.,. the efficient chief, clerk of
the. liepartment,. who, was a -personal
friend -of tithe late,- Postmaster,- General
- Jewell, WAS - informed 'yesterday thth his
,resignation, was desirsd. tie was inform
ed at the sane time than there was no
complaint against hini.• that he had giv
en perfect satisfaction'
,the manner n
which he had .performed the duties of
his office • that. his resignation was-call
ed for only ' Upon personal, grounds ; that
he was,. understood to • bed friend of the
,Postmaster .General.- The resignaf.
Lion 'Waal tOdered, and Mr. .cower. will
retirelrout the . Department on `Monday
It is expected that this change . will
Soon be followed hyseveral others.
BLUFORD WILSON'S TESTIMONY.
Tile diselostires made , yestet day by ex-
Solicitor Wilson- in : regard tu . the Presi•
dent and the 'prosecution of 'the Whiskey
Ring thieves is the- talk of the day. The.
testimony Was not printed in either cif,
the Washington' - mottling newspapers,
and was;ohtained publicly here through
the Baltiniore 'journals. The feeling in
regard' to the matter is very strong.:
friends of Mr. Wilson, ay.ert that "he was
-justified in telling the ' whole story 'be
cause ..Of the President's treatment of
him, and the personal friends of , Presi
dent Gran't abu :the :ex-Solicitor .sontid-
.l v for-drawing the President into the case.
The latter assert that the President will
not remain 'silent now,. in 'view . of theSe •
illisclosttrei,-*, but will 'tell his - side of ,the
Story,: Which, they saY, will clear hiiii
completely from the charge of having at
tempted to break down the prosecutions
\after he learned that it was known .that
Babcock was mixed up in the frauds.
Many of:the more conservative, Repub
licans deClihe to express any opinion in
regard to Mr.
,Wilson's, testimony other
than to!saY that, unless'it is fully answer
ed, the ;President's: good nil* must„-sul
fer greatli.- l' - _ • '': . . .
. Wastiri,o'44.?i,_. July . 3d —Friends* of
the President say he' will not allow- Bln- ;
ford Wilson's statement
_before the Whis
key FrOitlit Investigation Committee, 'to
go unanswered, and that- he 'will at an
early day make:a statement which will
surprise' his enemies. -: _. ' ': • ' -
*The 'conimitteeappointed to iniestigate
the affairs Of the government Insane Asy
lam. haire coinpleted their'report and will
ptesen tit to Congress - at an_early day.- .So
far as 'the charges of maltreatment of in- •
mates are concerned,. the *committee
; .nnaniMouSli i eione rate - Dr. Nicholas, - .the
Superintendent, The Committee,. how,
ever, severely condemn the Board of
Police j*Carrimissionets, of which Di%
Nicholas iS a mem Der, for turn' ng patients,
loose in the .Wilds of Maryland. :-; - - ,
The'testiniony of Bliafo . rd. -Wilson 'be;
fore the - whiskey, _.frauds. investigating
qornmitteO: ptoinises to lead to Ito endless
*lass .of,teatittiony; ailtls said the, Rresir
4 entAiite:' extfreSseit -.. zi - determinatiOn . ' to
ither. make as written,
ear Yoluntaiily befotethe committee - and
estify. 'his, it is said, will accessitate_
x-Sereti4.l3iiitoriies iaking the... Adria,
and perhapsse.vval other witnt-sses.:
- *:BltifordlWilsott-:will appear iheforethe
cotninittee;• again ,on Tuesday, and his
friends' pOdi'pt - that' if; the croaS , .extimie.
tion is proPerly conducted .niorejtartling
evidence Will` he,_ad4nced than any..here
tofOre. 'tiiiitle :public.-.` It ,is .understood
`Uit" the PrOident .'*,has requested- the
resignation, Of BnpetVising-Arehiteet.-Pot
te,. and : -;it \ j-is probable ~ei-Superysing
Architect bliilliet will be reinstated. .. . .
_ . •
Tilden and illiendricks In reelect
- . Accord.
The Republicau• organs have been as
siduously ; publishing _that there was a
disagreement between Tilden.:-and Hen
dricke, and the wish - has been -father to
A.: Iterald':§ special 'from Saratoga says
Tilden le(t for home at noon Saturday,
afteF 'conferring with Hendricks to pre
pare his.Aetter of acceptance, which will
be long,and include ab answer to all aeon.
sations against giving- what pnrpcirts
to be the Outline of the letters of accept-
- 7 1'tit ~ :'D EMoe'stiA.Tl
:-_A:U6ITS.T-: 2; ' Ifii(i.
anCei'altlough it states' that neithikr have
committed their views: to 'paper. Tbe
special say's that . on the financial ques-.
tioii Tilden will s - peak: very. .tiecidedly . and
fully, taking. the view. •t hat• the'resuinp
tion- -of specie payinents "would - naturally
And ;.speedily :folloiv - -rsuch ". a change of
administration ;.: 'country` requires
:Without-any ,specific action on the'part
Of -Congress.. -
He believes , the.Aurn of one . hundred
and 'fifty Million.. dollars' will bo,atriple
with which to cominetice apractical.sola
tion of the speCie payment question. He
characterfzes the fixing of theist of Jan
uary, 1879, as the. date of reituriptiou,ai
the act of bad faith 'of the. Itepublicans
and for popular ..effect, and'. holds.;that
thereoan be no such force resumption at
a specified . time, buf.that it would : be. nat..
niallY brought about by the revival of in-
•dustries and reduction, of governmental
expenses. In order to provide a Surplus
-fund . in the Treasury upon which to baie
resumption ; he favors. arigid, reductiak
of expenses by abolishing useleEt offioers,
suspending unnecessary public. works re.;
diming annual . expenditures On: harbor
fortifications and army ` and ; navy, stop
ping extravagant' outlays and abolishing
the system of fraud in public cbntracts.
The general subject of reform will be;
enlarged upon in a letter,and Tilden will
point out ways and means to Teffect it.
He walavor the etnployme,ntand re
tin Win of capable and honest Officers - in
every department of Governnient; the
condition of the Smith and: execution of
,the laWs there ai,a in other sections of
the llnion will recieve due consideration.
lie will favor the one term principle arid
probably suggest a constitutional amend- .
ment to set at req all discussion on:that
qusetion. •• n , •
goVernor Hendricks • id still
Grand Union, and wi s ll . remain Until
Tilden returns with. his letter ef accept
ance, which 'will be!ready probably by the
middle of next week. 'there is.unqueE
tionable authority, for stating - that while
Tilden and Hendricks hold different
opinions upon some points ofifinancial
polie,yohere will probably be lid, issue be
tween them upon the vital issue. They
are both in accord upon time necessity. of
the resumption of. specie 'payments as
soon'as the policy can be carried tout
without detriment, to the interests 'of
_the • country. Hendricks. is *Ling to
see . : Tildeu's views upon paper before
he issues :his own manifesto, and both
documents will probably be puhliShed Co
gether. • • .
He says he has always helit: :\ that cur
reucies.of different values are an evil to
be remedied and avoided and that it id of
great importance that the currency of t he
country shall he of u niform. standard and
convertible at,the pleasure of the!liolder,
but that he has not believed this could
.be brought about by artificial contraction
of the currency' Without great injury to
the business' interests of the country.
'He believes With Tilden that the-return
'to specie 'laymen tsean be best acCoMplish
ed by economy in public - expenditures
: and official• retrenchments, through -re
form in every branch -of the public ser
vice and 'the' re-establishment
He will also give .expressicin to his
views on the. question of reforin includ
ing that of civil sei vice, which he believes
should be. thorough. He will • not touch
on the one term principle;-
but will speak
of 'the situation in the South, : and say
that no man or: party is ..trtie to the
interests of -the country • that 'desires to
promote antagonisms or animosities be
tween the sections, and that.the •gOvern- -
ment should not : be partisan : within its•
contributory power; it should protect
the rightS of all., As to .the question of
Chinese into Colorado, he, thinks it well.
for the.par!y to speak frankly :and fully
oi it did in cli;. ;platform. Hendricks is
cOnfident or democracy carrying Indiana
in October. and the country Novem
BUFF COCHENS ,
• AND !HO DANS.
Eggs for Hatching, -
OrYoung Fowls for sale after' Angnst ;let, 1876, &t
-reasonable prices. No interim specimens shipped
from my yatds. . - • • -
'White Cochess.lat premium at Jersey Pair (Berry
& Williams stock.) Buff Cocheus. Berrylk Williams
No circulars. Write for what is Wanted and promp
reptys will be given. - Addro E.
March 29, 1876.-6 m.
IC73aagartastix. 4 4.xi.a.
Tb u e n oLd rtakth ersigh g eiji will mith4
In their it Speciality
service ;')._.busioesp, ,
to. flatisfactioh guaranteet will be
Frieudivillp, Pg., AR ril , 1; 4 1 7 . 5 . 116 B. 1 4 - TriIEWS.
: 14 -it
s3,_ per 13.
C. C. GILBERT,
Great Bend s Pa.
"rgiV,- FIRM, -1
.IS . TENT` QOODS,
~ ~ Y =~
• • . (3,,aciesok,'
~ • ~. •.
Coot Stoveii,i, amigos,. He
ONI TIME '. -
Is the name of a new book Stove. just ont; containing
a new principle in, belting, and is destined to make a
reivointicm in the constractlon of Cook litoves. Come
In and see It. , i • • '
' THA ,ARGAND,
As a heating skive stands without a rival. in beauty
durability and-econonny. Come and satisfy yourself,
and get names of parties now using them.
We take special pleaStire In offering to the Wholesale
and Retail Trade, our desirable supply of Tinware. We
use none but the best of charcoal plates.
OUR . WORKMEN ARE EXPERIENCED
SOUR STYLES ARE FAULTLESS
GOODS ARE WARRANTED! .
And we defy any to proance better goods for less
A fill line of Lamps Of beautiful design. Also Chim
neys of every deseriptiloui,
STONE ' WARE.
Flower Jars, Hafting Pots, Churns, Batter Jars
Preserve Jars, Jugs,
s tove Tubes, &e.
Butts and Screws, Locks and Knobs. Latches, Catches,
Doors, Sash, Blinds.l Giass, Building Paper, White
Lead, Zinc. Oils, Varnishes, Paint Brushes, Spirits of
Turpentine, Paint cf any shade deeired.a 'Also colors
for mixing paint. I .
A fnll aesortment of Ilhiladel:,hta Carriage Bolts, and a
fall line of Iron Atevei Bar Iron; Horse Shoes, Nails,
We purchase in Car-loid lota, therefore can sell to the
trade in less quantitiiis as cheap- as any house in the
* Wm. IL BOYD, I J.! IL CORWIN, J J. R. COOLRY.
Montrose, March 15 1876.
TYRE, LIFE AND ACCIDENT '
Crapital Itlilpre l scined, $100,000,000
- I FIRE -
Fire Association of Phil., Capital & Assets, t :1,500 7 00f
Insurance Co. of N. A.i, Phil, '" " 5;000,000
Pennsylvania Fire,," Phil., " "' i 1,100,000
Ins. Co. of Pa., 'Phlla4 46 " .. 100,000
Lycoming of Mauncy,Pa. " - " 6,000,000
Lancaster of Lancarter, It - " 400,000
Newton of Newton, 1 ~ " 150,000
Home Ins. Co., N. Y., i • " " 6,000,000
National 1 tt - 450,000
Co:' merclal Fire " 1 4 60, 000
Fairfield. Fire Ins. pd. South
Norwalk, Conn. ". "
Atlas 46 64 I 64 '
Royal Canadian, of Montreal, ,
Liverpool, London. &4 Globe, . r
of Liverpool Rug., ' " •
Providence 'Washington, of
Providence, R.. 4.,
Trade Ins. Co. Camdeti,N, J. " - "
Patterson ?ire Ins Co.? Patter
. son, N. J. 1
Conn. liutcal Life ILe i Aseetts 1140,000,000
Aitterican Life, Pti2a; • -1 * • ' ' $5,000,000
Travetersins. Co., Hart., Capital a ' nd Surplus $3,000,000
Railway Passengers " • $500,000
the past 20 years, as 1)4 Insurance 'Agent: Losses sus•
tained by hips Com:o42les have always been promptly
paid. , . • .
Office upstairs,in building east from Banking
Office of Wm_ 11.Cpper 8600., Turnpike street.
- - BILLINGS STROUD O Agent,
CHARLES II: SMITH;, l Office Dianagers.
AMOS NICHOLS, '
S. LANGDON, Solicitor.
Montrose. Jan. 5.1876.
Would call attention to Me New Mock'of
FALL AND WINTER GOODS
Now n ante, in new
LADIES' DRESS GOODS , 'BLACK ,
AND COLORED ALPACAS,
NEW STYLE OF PRINTS,
SHAWLS, WATER-PROOFS, FLAN
NELS, BALMORAL, AND HOOP
. • SHIRTS, VELVETS; HOSIERY,
HEAVY WOOL 'GOODS, CARPETS, 011
CLOTHS, PAPER HANGINGS, BUFFA
LO AND LAP. ROBES, FURS, HATS
• AND CAPS; BOOTS . AND SHOES ;
STEEL, STOVES AND
In greatvanety, mid will be sold on the; Mos
favorable terms, acid lowest prices.
New Milford, Mhylot; 1875. '
NEW LOT 00
" ' 1.200,030
B. i-. R; :. 'ixilros ;. 4t_ CO.,
4 A.VE RECEIVED' LARGE ADDITIONS
IARPETS; OILCLOTHS, DRUGGET
- ' SHADES - -
PAVER HANGINGS AND ENAMEL
- CLOTHS, COTTON YARN,
PLATED WARA' DRY GOODS AND
GROCERIES, PAINTS, OILS,
ALL OF DR. /JAYNE'S FAMILY
TRUNKS, UMBRELLAS, RUBBER
• GOODS &C . itO
CALICO, . SIX CENTS . TER MAD I
Montrose, thanutry_.l, 1816.
. 1 1 1 . 13r17.1:1.3Cr5r,
WAGONS, - ,-. .ORRIAGEk-4
BUGGY, CONCORD, PIUETON;ANI
EVENERS, SINGLE AND 'DOUBLE
BODIES OF THE LATEST STYLE
. • • -
JOBBING, 'a., DONE PROMPTLY
E. T. - PURDY.-
Montrose, June 74876.
MUSIC AND 141.1T510 , BOOKS !
New Church Music Book ;by L. O. Emerson. 8B
or $l2 per dozen.
THE EN C ORE. .
ly ready.) For Singing Schools . By L. O. Sm.
erson. 75 cts., or $7 50 per dozen.
CENTENNIAL-* COLLEC'N OF NATION
AL SONGS. 'Patriotic songs of all nations. Paper 4$
cents. Boards 50 cents.
Song Book for Sabbath Schools. By W. C. Perkins.
Price 35 cents.
Whittier—Paine. 80c. 8 vo. form for Societies, 10c;
Arr. for Orchestra, $1 00.
Gov. Hayes' Grand March. With . Portrait 400.
Tilden & Hendricks' O'd Bich. With Portrait 40c.
"Roll Along, Roll Along." Campaiga Song 40c.
"Hayes and Wheeler are our choice." 80c.
Emerson's Chorus Boo h . for Societtes.
whippoorwill. , Song Book fo Schools. "
Male Voice Glee Book-
Any book or piece Sent, post-paid, for, retell price.
OLIVER DITSON t10.,' Boston.
C. H. Dltoon & Co., • .1. B. Moon & Co.
'lll Broadway. Snceeesor to Lee & Walker,
New York. Phila.
July 5,1876. - •
Rumor has it thathaving been elected County Thaw
rarer for the ensuing three years. I am to discontinue my
Insurance busines.[ -Bald , RUMOR •is UNTRUE, and
without foundation and while thanking you for, kin&
ness, and appreciation of good Insurance in thepast, I
ask a continuance of•your patronage, promising that a
business entrusted to - me shall be promptly attended to.
My Companies are all sound andleliable, as an can teo
tify who have met with losses dming.the past ten years
at my Agency. Read the List t
North British and Mercantile, Capital, 810,000,0011
.Queens of London, .• " 2,000,006
Old Franklin, Philadelphia, Assets, 8,500,0011
Old Continental, N. Y. . ~ n early 8,000,000
Old Pluenix of Hartford, " • " 2.000,00
Old Hanover. N. Y., ' 4 1,600,0011
Old Farmers, York, ". "_ ./.000t00.
I also represent the we'd York Mutual Lire Ins trance
of 'Over 80 years standhig, and assets over $80,000,000.-r
Aibo,the•Maeonic Mutual Benefit, Association of Penn
sylvania. • • '
rirGet an Accidental Policy ; covering all accidenta,
in the Hartford Accident Ins. Co. Policies written
from one ddy to one year. Only 25 cents for a. IlLOall
Policy. Please call or send word, when you take a trip,
IStipntrose, Jan.l9 '1876. triNRY O. TYLER.
The largest stock of Trimmed Hats tie
be roand in the city at the Liwesi prides.
The %Must and; mosty Stylish Hats anti
Bonnets in the city at R,O,ZETAIN?B.
The LAIWEST and caupzier stock Old Lal.
dies Caps eat ,side et New York city, all to
be found.. at ROZEIALEI3. pon't , forgot it,
thaeltOZELliE is, selling the, very .lowest he
Dheounti all . 'the rest of the
Chian Si; 1- ' • N. . •• • . t
Blnghlunton s It Y., AP IIII9 1874
LL KINDS OF BLAN
. AT TH
TO ' , THEIR" STOCK OF
B. R. LYONS J 5 CO