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E. 11.: HAWLEY.. -, .. -' .. W.O.. CitII,SEIL
FOR PRESTD.ENT ) „
smaugb J. TILbEN,
• - OF NEW' YORK.
'FOR - VICE PRESIDENT)
THOMAS A. HENDRICKSi
Demotratic Comity Ticket.
For Congress, \
HON. JOSEPH POWELL,
Of! Bradford County.
• 'For Senatr,
EITGFSE B. EtA:WLF,Y i ,
Of Montrse.i 1
If. W. TYLER:,
WAKEMAN L. HANDRIOK,
ALEXANDER W. IibWLEY;
Of Susquehannl Depot:
For' Jury Commissioner,
:STEPHEN E. CARPENTER,
Ui :11a,rfOrd. • '
Workingmen, now is the tide` for a.c
tion. Let your voices be, raised , for a
chaiige ; let your votes be cast for a change.
Refoym is the watchword; and 'to effect .a
reform a change in adzninistration . is the
first step,, . \,
' FiVi&ntly there.is - not 'F,Oing.,t6 be - any\
Denik : i.eratief.isaffection : this year:... - . john .
Kelly -has!,:takenT the stump and is speak -
ing nightly,.While it .is understood that.
the • two. Tammany partip lAave‘.l:ifirk..d
One of the many actions that induce
the working clasies to' anticipate ‘goiid
from the election of Samuel J. Tilden-to
tL€ residency is the expresSion of Ills
opinions, on the labor question, found- in
his message vetoing the convict laboi
bill. - 1
We . have yet to hear the rst. Radical
stump orator mention W. W. Belknap,
his sales of offlees, his tombstone robbery
and his Iritimphant vindication \ by the
Totes the •Radical ted States Sen :
ators;,'Vvho pronounced him \ not,,guilty
aft,ef,,he' confessed his crimes. .
It appears to be certain, tthat the color
ed vote of . .
..the South - be , solid for.
the pu b licans th is ',pear. Indeed, a
gentippan,. ; fron lotittan# iecently
clair44.amajority for . Ititeipettioe7t,l34--7
Whatever the . party effect ,' nifty he . it
an enrnk,ing t tbPtClaea' c '
race , tuts
This most ignorant field hand in the
fionthfia not deceived' by the deelitnition
of 1:W01001in - orator's; tfiat they wll ; b
remanded hack to:, lavery : the" Demo -
gratis; party , 00mea; into 'power; ;and the
rebel.;debt made -a portion' .op the nation 7 ',
al de'htotili claims ',antonntli* to nun...
flxedOitrailiios;cf. 41103 l'orinjtiry to
properitlet,lt - 47aitalttietaple for stump
speeches to , :the- whites of , the ilstorth.:4
partythatbaa no - higher claims Rm.
ther leaite i?f,poWer,ninet,beltnpoveriehed
indee4';' . , \‘
Me, , Bmine slings hipasell wildly about
"the Confederate invasion;' and, Oocasian
ally slips up. In hid , Boston speech,
while . talking of the Congressional Cott-' 1
mitteo having beeii "rebels," he -said :
"The great tiounnittee Commerce, for
instant:4, they gave to tiie‘ South, and pnt
at its head a little. fellow ,from awq up
in the: . inOtintapie The
fellow", was Major , Ifereford ). a
aflant soMier - army; mho,
411.4 as'itata cloyirnOt,; iyrs.
Mr. Blaine, slid . MenO'cM; how many
e Fe dit i sphilinitfif‘ ; fie --pus the head o:
Of - Dimock.
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In a - recent spee6h Morton said that
Belknap')ad - onop teen aDcmoCrat.,,,
whafianks dictiforton `train a few 'years
aga?, Milton ,tells us that Satan was once
tne''Republto,a:n . lektdit'S:,weie iii le 'to
find a cloak to icover'their iniquities, so
they took the .net best th
thit„if.o3.toO thin flit; people see through
the maze and oiseover the reetpug:mass
of, coritiptiun behind it.: • z •
Governor 'Tilden redaced-ihe tax in the
State, of Nei. York the. first year of ; . his
adrninstration, $1,520,80.1:47 ;
second year the xeduation, was more:tit4n
5,.0‘)0,000 over : the- first,
.and . 'the :whblp
reduction from the laSt: year of General,'Pies'ad ministration - i5 : 51,1Q8,307.7t,..0r
'nearly ; one-half the total f..:
After listening attentively to the_ - eloL
queut speech of Carl Sohurz i in Cleveland,
in favor of "reform within the party," a
plaid German farmer put 1118 comment
on it in thu shape of the folloWing quo
- tion a hen hal set on her ttggs
until thiy be.come rotten would you help
the case by putting a new hen' on the rot
ten eggs?" •
The - Catneron . cotiSpiracy against the . .
:suffrage is not: Confined. te Pennsylvania.
A . large. number_ of the most desperate
roughs of N - Vw York, who
. 110 e badex
perience in erection frauds.and riots have
.I:leen hired by the conspirators, and ship
ped to. various points hi different
'States , which vote on October 1.0. Dem. -
a - crate in those
,States will. Watch for or,
ganiied fraud - and defeat it, from what
ever. quarter it 'May come...
• While the Radical' Bourbons Are .dig
ging•amOng -the graves . of theliast for
skeletOnisiues,.whY. ,don!t. they go back
.tk, the ti„me, that their ancestors called the ,
HuttOrd ''.Convention for
,the purpose of
breaking up_ the Union, and returning to
their allegianee to tne crOwn,, and.
when:they lighted np. the 'coasts of New .
tiigTand at night finie , to enable the
En grl!sh yaderi to 'make: safe - landings
.on Fred6m's If we are to hove a
ghoSt:shol.' in , the Centenniai'year, bring
1 - on the Whole troupe. .
The .Detnoeratie Conference
Senatorial district net at Coynes Hotel, •
Honesdale, on Thursday - evening.. last.
4fter the prilim ary
• an adjournment until BjO'clook .
day „morn g,E. B. .Hawley gait"! .thats'SuS
quelianna County ennO . fded the right Of,
Wayne County :to \the-_oaiididate and he.
desired the pon fe \ rees - to govern , themselves
accordingly. Hun. J. Howard Beach. be-
ing their_ catididate, . had been' un-, ,
mnimonsly presented by -Wayne county
convention; - and - in . a ,short " oral
appropriate :sPeech • atk.nowledged. • the
compliment paid - him and. the. Magnan
imity of SuSpiehah ha . in conceding the.
rights of. Wayne. and requested. that the
conference 'nominate E. B. Haw . of
Susquehanna 'acclamation .whiCh was
accordingly' done and 'con ferenceadjon rn7
. Secrelarie*report - not having
:been received yet;' - it , will. appear in-our
next ieaue. .• '1 - • :
RE-NOMINATION. OF HOB:'
the action 'of the Democratic Con
gressionai Conference, • which. recently
met bere, was marked by a perfeot - an-',
animity ot sentiment.. It was in signil.
I cant'conirast to 'the discordant jangling
of the Republican conferees, who, assem
bled here prevotialy. JOBl2ll- PoW-,
ELL was not only unanimously .re.nonii
nated, but there . wasenthnisastic. cordaal
ity•of feeling, manifested that
His record in Congress is distinguiehed
by, a c.oioirageotis. fidelity tp ' the 'Convia
tions.of linty'. 'When 'deliberating upon
any of . the leadkng questions that Came,
before. the Honse,.hti Seems never to•havn
asked himself, "will - - my vote be . licipu
r but - rather "will it 'be right.?" or
"will it be best for my constituents .?"-=-.
He has. shown himseif:.posseseed of the
highest , order of businesS talenti, united
with:• . ;
an untirin industry. Upon one ot
the two important lionise comlnittees,up,
on which Mr. Powell . •
WAS called to-serve;
the Committee 'on itlecounta,- he winked:
in concert with "Blue Jeans •Williainti"
.the 'Democratic . candidate for Governor,
of Indiana;'. Mr. Williams : said ,that
the arduous duties they were called -upon
to perform while earnestly trying'to stem:
the - tide,of legislative eitravagance,, he.
often'found Mr. powell's judgment" 'Mid )
alsistanCe invaluable. No • business, de
tail ever seemed to, escape the„grasp ,
his clear and comprehensive lntellect. -
entire teess. .
A . r. i • :,:. - oc.*Q.p.,gß.: ...4.,-11'-8116,,
the position is best proven by,the note
worthy fact , thati-tbe most bitterly parti
san : organs *of, the , opposition have -,,not
dared, to question, the inflexible hOnesty
of the, man, whosti , ff ehrticter was :never
yet .tarnished pr dishoniiiable
Mr. Powell has:. neverloudly,prated of
. „to...liis. : .coun try -; but . his -pa 7 - 2
• triotiSin - . 114 : ben mast emphatically : ,
interests of the..,ptivate i soldier..,.Grant's
~admintstrittion. . haS not been. backward in
providi4 . ..-muhificietitly •fOr its iirmy
. To - the maimed -and woiindecl sal-.
diers :and to, the ~WidoWS , and.orphans :Of
these humble heroes, it had ever: meted
out scant jnitices; . • Powell:iverkediii
defatigably for the passage - of, the_ bill
for . the
.•‘ equaliEati4n. of Li11e.... soldiers:
bounties.", It :passed the. House, with
very: little. opposition,: .b ut it was: throt
tied by. a ,Repabliaan ',Senate. •It would
not do to - let the-Democratic party ma l ke
good. - the- repeatedly broken promises of
: administration. :- • • .
Soldiers of Susquehanna . county,_ you
will remetn,ber,tliat •he is the first Repre
sentative from the XV District who has,
ever asked Congress for any pnblic testi
monial to the ,wertb: and valor of, your
Laboring men, you will remeniber
that JOSEPH POW ELL has never won any
,success in life except what he has earned
by, earnest and unremitting. industry.—
lle•is one cif your class; and knows your
,•a long and practical ex - 7
perience.: He is in cloSe - sympathy-with
You; and hisp*,_ fidelity in your service
is the surest pledge-of his f l uture faithful
Tax-payers, remember' that . MR. Pd -
ELL: ib the, slave °rho_ faction or : row ;
but conscientiously - devoted totl:e'cause
Of. Reform - his Colleagues, in
:House have lightened : the pppressiFe bur
den ,Or your taxes by .thirty
dollars. I.f. you• obey the -prompt:lugs:of
your better judgment,_ d 'the Patti-,
•San'• pleadings' of ~political idt-,MtigOgues s
Yoh, - wilriurery':'re 7 efect, the.. Itepresenta
tive who'se - devotionto'2.duty,entitles him
to a'aontin•uance,of your cordial apprOv
al." Your . Sitpportene, Whose 'manly
and', 'Upright - 6On eyes hit* right- to.
your, entire,confidence, has , already:Tefiec 7
ted honor. upon- the- _wisdom , : of your
OUR CQUETY TWEET.
From -press : of. other . _ - duties we have
been precluded from special reference to
our county ticket moil this we
have the assurance that the mere, presen
tation of their nanivs is a sufficient
guarapty . of Their eminent fifties?, with
out tiny • furfli,er,..end,4sement from cis;
Du t, we.detire to particularize, in a limit-
ed. manner, - their peculiar. adaptation to
the demand of the times. •
F.. 4, Re. res.enta,tives, the Democracy of
this county present the' names of IL W.
Tyler of Jackson and . G. HandriCl:
of Jessup. These
; gentlemen are from
among the thritty`and successful farderi
of our county, men who come up to - the
standard which , demands that laW. mak=
ers shall be "for "tbe people 'and of the
people."' It used to be said thatto - make
a lawyer, you Mint ,have 'a :man. who
poseised "the gift Of .gab", : and could
tarn his twinge to blackignard i , 'but tIA:
progression bf the age has
success of that'nobl«P'projessimi id ,the
;if men Av , ho exhibit most eati:
dor'and ~cr MMODS€4ISe in, the a -
-vocacy , of law aid justice.' , The qualifica
tims 1 to make la 'good lawyer are the
qualifications ' will 'bake -a good i
law maker. it is a Mistaken idea 'that.'4' l
"talking - man!'" .;is ; , the only ~ one= mho' is
capablf, ofjudgiug , -rightly' to , how - he'
-shall cast his-ite, for'o the best•iuterestii:
(.4 1 ' a- state or al nation. With muck,
'rnrce 'we:Might 'say that " nfO,men'iseom.,
petent . to vote it the. polity who has riot;
:this "gift of gab," as tol , ay that- bone
buftalking inept or attortirlys'id'doctors
should represent tiS and l'haie,,:kipice* in ,
the of Our laws.` There are'
probably ninf-tenths of 'the, tai.payersi
`of Susquehatini:coubty who' are engitged .
in agricalturtil , purenits :or !abbr . Of some.'
•Itindtirin the basis - Cr, jiei)uhlican
government, taxation without,representao.
is. the feather -. that.hroke the,cameli
back in King George's time . .
our State, ifirid:'esen-'''Ciut co . iitifs' has been
,noteC for the tendeicy,,, : iti :,the
twentY,,_yeip,. l • 44l - =',..ly,hat:iasAtrined :class
legislation, which has tontrbuteil to the
benefit -of •the •few,- and to The 'detriment
of the many and which id directly antag-,
onistic to another principle
of Republican, government..-No Class
has a righty,tO• a preference - but simply
all bare •!equal:rights.” -
- tioilestrehtinif)iidghlflat - 40 d j4d
. , t 3,
;3-1; ;•v f
common sense make an, intelligent voter
at the 'polls and
flows 'make good:,, votersip tile ;
halls of legislation. lie s Ond ques..
tion that legialatibn.;.:,*(lat#:;'years,' hat.]
not 'been made to' ". - COrtgerve - -,AO iheliese,l
interests .of pine -tenths of the peopie,,
but to the interests of partictilar classes
Pid - ..eorPorations;and thebouUtryitiffcis
to-day . from this cause. This courty
also . has its examples which have
:m ado. familiar , to- o ur crtizenslhrough the'
DEMOCRAT. True Democracy will make
the'hurdens of 'gqierninent fall 2, equally
iipol3-1111 OlaSSfaSi: and la*A - shonld be made
to conserve to`-that end. '
The Democracy- present to - tteieople
of this county for law _makers, *meii wha
pave displayed l ability : ,and judgment,in
the, management their own, affairs;
Men of unquestioned character alai,
sterling integrity 'And judgment, and it
is fair that the, interests theY represent
shOuld be judiciously ignarded and de
fended by' the enactment of just laws,
and • that they should have :,their due
share in the shaping of legislation.
For Prothonotary and , Clerk of our
courts we present with' just pride -the
‘ Alexander W. RoWley of
ehanna. Mr. gowi'lis h man who lite
demonstrated in . his official capacity,'
(having shared largely in those honors
in .his native
_borough) that he is one of
the most competent Men in the county
for the office to which he 'is named. It
is an-office that requires peouliar qualifi
cations and there is nor a Republican
citizen or official who will not admit that
there are- bitt. fear in onr county who
possess the abilities - for the office of ,
Prothonotary tolthat de : iree 'that Alex-,
antler W Rowley - does. lie is also a'man,
of s ng honesty and un impeachable'
charaeA..r. The people of this county
will do ill 'to p!ace the Prothonotarf,S'
gtitll (\'e- his ear. .
For Jury ,C...')mmissioner we hive pre
Sented Stepiwn. E. Carpenter of Harford.
Mr. Carpentvr has . ineen honored hy al
most eVery' office in the township 'of
,:..which on f other mat"-,
.tern gives a .good.;Republican 'majority;
He.hks hifig Acted . as , secretary of ithe
Harford'Agricultural .society," - and`.been
assessof of the toivtiship, in which office
he has displayed,.first class ability, sheog - ii
iiigeonclnsively .lits - competence. to fill
'the- office of jury commissioner. Iris
nomination is : an election under the law
.governing that office.
For the office of Auditor we present .
Q. C. Mills, of toiniock. Thia• mar; be
termed an unimportant offiee; but froni.
ou.7expore of- the "Court ,Houpe Ring"
administration in this cOhnit., we con
sider that the people , shotild , look upon' it,
as tlie most important of all. It is not
an office that mercenary office seekers ,
will covet 14r,the money that is in it,but
-when s7oo•clerkst-are to be hired instead.
of . $5OO ones, when exhorbitant bills are
to be winked-at by partisan poliey and
improvident, if not cotrupt exoendi
tures of the hard -earned taxes of ,the
people are to.. be passed upon,-we believe
it requires one of :the firineit, men Of. our
'county and one "who dares - to dO right,
right though the' Heavens tall" and
Mr. Mills.. : we ; i weave . most emphatically ,
the right.matr'for the right- place.
Deinocracy - present' , the people
trenchment and ,Reform" , with wh ich:
~they, fought ,to, :partial Success, the , local
battle:of , lB7s, through which the
t4 -Payers of SusqUehanna - county , - are
to , day reaping a, golden 'hatiest of re
treUchnient in their. sonnty,,expenses,
and if,*ax-payers know :.their best interest
'we believe their viii homplete`Ahe good'
'Work bir' , tlieir 'Eiery'protrifse
of tlie'Pettiobratip :platforT. year
out , and it should. belin ear.neitthattevery
`promise , ofithis'iyear. L 'faithfrilly
:fulfilled. -• '
.PtiltT4Eß RETRFaiit -
IitENT A4.ip AB,4oAit ; ? 7,TE= vori POR
Gold 01080 lndNctw York -on Monday
last at llo.
Ailyertisimests New This Week, 'I,
DMiNIMATOR'S NOTICE. In
4.11‘ the estate 4 .0 f Thoatke H. White t kita of Aahurn,
'Lettere of Moihitistratkm the std
hating ',Up gratited'l9 the podereteed,,all. ptaums ow.?
tng 'Blo4l'4state' arb ft ileateitto make kanaedlate' pay.,
meat, and'ali persona laving chilies *teat told . eetatir
ara "que r i :" d sfq!!", h, t rvA i tt i Virdiotiii —
OcL 44pfk i ii . , - awe' •
ItATOR, 8, TICE. In
the eaCcif Hendrick B. Gay. late of Attborn
deed. Lotter,- Of Admintstritlon - In the rAld - estate
having been granted to the undergo ail persons ow l
trig add estate, are requested to",undte lunnedlate pay
meat. and all. pereOlur laving claims against wild estate
&IP requested to present them Without delay. -
MARY E. Okti
pept. um& ,
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ADIpNISTRATORIS SALE .
- , OF
Real Estate •
~The,lindersigned adminlatrator of estate of Al 4
Bert 41 - ffeynolds deceased; late of the Township of
Brooklyn. in pursuance of an order of the Orphan's
Pond of the 'county of Susquehanna. will expose at
bublic sale on the premises in Brooklyn'Tovrnhip, aa
, Friday; Ottobe'r 20th,-1876,
ate, o'clock p. following described real estate
to.wit: Situate in Brooklyn Township and bounds" .
and descilbed as follows t Bounded on the north by
]Ands ; o C. Rogue, on the east by lands of C. Ro gers,
- bail A. Ely — ,..on - the south by lands of A. Ely and on the
west by , lauds of EH Birch, L..Rqnolds and A. lands.
ley, containing about 711, acres, - with the exception et
about two acres (2 acres) with dwelling boast: and
. barkihereori, set off to the widow of said A. G. hey.
nolds,for her exemptions"and having thereon carding
'machine and feed mill, end mostly improved.
TERMS OF SALE—SIO down. 1500 on anal cenar
ination of Sale, and balatlce oneyear thereafter with
interest.:! ' "
8. , fa; WILLIAMS. Administrator.
Brooklyn, Oct. 4, 18'16 pd ' 41w3
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• But the greater part of this new and important musi
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, OF REAL ESTATE.
• Notice Is hereby givcn'that la puteittancP tinny vir.;
iue :at au. order ot the. Cuurt of l'orOnon - Pleas of Susi
.queltanna men ty 10 us di t ed, we'will expose tor sale
to. public vtntlue on the h6tne farm kit' A. 3.l..•Stearne,
in ilualowl Township, said county,
Tuesday. October Mb
•• , _
at• one o'clock p ra.-, the following described pieces or
.parceis of land, the estate of. A. li. Stearns, assigned to
us for the benefit of his creditors, vsz :
The first piece known lathe home farm situate in
Darford, Susquehanna County, bounded and described
as follows, to wit : On the north by lands of J. T.
Perrigo, on the east by lands of D. P.,Brewster sad
Alvin Stearns, on the south by lands of 0. Grinnell and
on the west by lands of Edward Percy the saw mill
lot and fonds of.E. B Goodrich, containing about 57
acres n.ore or less on which isa 'good new house, barn,
The second being the SOW Mkil lot bounded and des
"eribed as follow!, to wit: Beginning at a stake and
stoner corner the aoptb east. corner - hereof, thence
north 70 degrees west 13 rods to the line of lands of
Edward Perc a corner, thence film; said. Percy's land
and lands of E.. B. : Goodrichto a point oppoite the up
per end. of the pond and,slong the edge thereof to a
rock at the edge othi g h water on the east side of the
pond, thence south 6a degrees , east, 8 rods and 21 links
to a stake and stones corner, thence south 21 degrees
west 37 rods and 2.1 I inksio the Wee of beginning,con
'taining 5 acres of land, more or lest, with the water
privilege attached thereto, ou which ;s a saw mill, log
- ways and conveniences fontbe maanfactnre of Limber.
The third being an equitable interest .under contract
In a timber lot bounded as follows : On the north by
lands of Samuel Vail, on the east hylands of L L, Le
roy, on the - south by lands of Andrea , Osborn, and oa
the west by lands' of Horace Little And David Alexander
contaiuing 60 acres,_ mom or less.
TERMS OF SALE—The first piece or.hotne farm,
$2OO dowp, $3OO on final confirmation of sale, sad the
balance in three.equalsnnual installments from final
eonfirmation of sale.
The second piece..known as ( the saw mill lot., $21:0
down, $2OO on final . confirmation of sale: and. the be
nne° one half in 1 year 'and • the other half in 2 years
from final confirmation of sale.
. The third known as the ,timber lot, $lOO m own. $11:0
on final confirmation 'of sale, and the balance one half
In 1 year and the othcr half in 2 years from 'final con
firmation of sale.
Interest to be paid from final confirmation of sail and
amount on each piece unpaid on giving deed to be se
cured by first jangment 'or, mortgage Rim upon the
ALSO at 10 o'clock a. m., of the same day, on the
•woodlot above described, there will be offered for sale
• in parcels at auction about 200,0LO:feet hemlock lumber
in the log. At' 2 o'clock p. m.. at the saw mill lota
large quantity of logs and, lumber. Term•easy and
made known on day of sale.
• L. )I'. MOORE,'
, D. P. BREWSTER,
- Sept.lB, 1876.% ; s7w4 'Assignees.
ADMINI§I. I . RAIOR'S SALE i .
REAL E S TATE. ..
''.''Notice hereby-gin that: the.undersigned
'Administrator of the , estate,of, -S. B. Campbell,
dec'd, pursuant to"ifii inifer'of the Orphan's
-,Cotirt ot Simuehiuma.mou n ty will- expose to
sale on. the ; preiniqg okt, •
iF i rlday; October 27t14 1876,
at, two o'clock p, in., the following real estate
to wit : All- that certain - piece or parcel of
land situate' in the.. township of Ararat in the
-'county of . Susquehanna and State of Pennsyl
ivania,hounded and ascribed as follows,to
.Beginning at a beech an original corner of tour
tracts thence along the warrantee line of •
and Alexander Moline, north -.forty-three , and.
three. fourths decrees =west. one. hundred and
sixty-one perebea to-stones in -warrantee line
of William Foster; thence.southloriyAhree and
three-quarter degreeti easy eihe.httitilrekl perches
V.i.a post a corner of Freethan Ogden's land,
' theneel3T, said - Ogden's.north' forty nine de
green; east one hundred and sixty-one perches
:to :the place of beginning, containing one hoa
r tired And four semi and sixty-three perches of
land. tie the Ante triore or less, with the appur
tiwinees, lisid , being - the same tract land of
Witlebli. Hi Campbell , Intel:it `said 'county died
..TERMS OF SALE—SSO on day ,of sale,
44500' on ~ f inal ionfirmation and the belance
with interest thereon one Tear from final con
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